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--'-' EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU. T. H.,.THimSDAY. SEPT. 20. 1906. t " " 15 r Ujk
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WHA1 THE PROMOTION
CHAIRMAN J. A. M'CANDLE88
TELL8 OF HIS DE8IRE FOR A
8EC0N0 VI8IT FROM EVERY
MEMBER OF THE PARTY
WOOD GIVES ALOHA TO
TO HIS OLD FRIENDS
PLEASURE OF ENTERTAINING
BRIGHT MEN AND WOMEN IS
AN OPPORTUNITY GLADLY
EMBRACED BY HONOLULAN8
The Hawaii Promotion Committee
lias pul tho Southern California crtt
torn tinder cvcrlaktlnK obligation for
tountlcis fawirs ilonc on tho moil In
teresting excursion (tic much traveled
editorial association of tho Southwest
ewr enjoyotl. Wo arc glad to hear of-Iklnlly-
from tho commlttco'a chair
man and sccrotury:
' BY J. A. M'CANDLESS,
Hawaii Promotion Committee.
It In nrcillcBs trf Day wo wolcomo jou
for we hao been trying to make jou
feel n pari of us ccr slnco )oii ar
rived. Wo hao done all In our power
to show jou n "noocl time," ami It our
rffortH arc successful wo uro more
The people of Hawaii net lll.e jou,
hnu enjoyed ccry minute of our
nlny here, and want you to come
again Boon If you can't come, Bcml
our frleniln and wo will do our best
to make them feel at home.
Your coming has nindo tin feel near
er to jour part of tho country, and
wo hope that Southern California will
Kcnd many more Just llko jou down to
our Kraal! Islands of tho Pacific.
Wo are small but wo try to keep
tip with the Mainland. Wc wnnt to
feci nearer to oit. Your State has
nlwnjH been cry necessary to our ex
igence, whllo wo realize wo nccr
hao meant cry much to jou. It Is
our desire that, figuratively speaking,
tho distance between Southern Call;
lornla and'llawall bd" shortened. This
much tnlkcd of "Steamship" line, wo
feel, will accomplish the desired end.
It Is up to jou to do jour shnro In
promoting this sclfeme, If jou are at
all Interested In us,
BY H. P. WOOD,
Hawaii Promotion Committee.
Tor more than twenty years tho
praises of Southern California, its
wlntcrless illmato, and golden oppor
tunities lmo been presented to tho
residents of less favored climes bo
persistently, bo attractive)!', that tho
whole world has stopped to look and
wonder at w hat man jias done and Is
doing In a region naturally barren
and unattractive. Now the vallcjs of
this favored region arc burdened with
lrult and flowers.
Tho InhahltantH of this Mecca of
homeseckers and tourists are now
growing Komcwhat rcstlcbs, and, is
journeyed the Israelites of old, search
ing out the riches of tho Land of Ca
naan, so have como a largo and. Intel
ligent body of trained observers
nc-oss tho ocean to Hawaii, tho com
niciclal and strategic center of the
l'.alfle, to spy nut tho land.
These lies of tho Pacific arc now at
th) threshold ofa fttturo abounding
in possibilities of great Import. This
Is Indeed the land of promise to who
wills to win. Tens of thousands of
peoplo throughout tho world aro
sucking what We havo to offer ccen
ciy htautiful beyond description, cli
matic mid homo conditions unparal
Many ways havo heen devised to
bring these facts to tho attention of
those living bejond tho seas, yet all
of the woik of publicity of tho past
does not equal lu Importance tho pres
ence on our shores at this time of tho
members of the Southern California
Editorial Association. Theso bright
men and women wo gladly afford ev
ery oppoi tunlty to bco us as wc arc.
Suutliern California has fcent us u
fcplcndld delegation. It has Indeed
been a great privilege to meet thcMu
irprcbuutatlvo men and women from
the Southland, and wo shall say Aloha
with eadnesK, earnestly hoping to
soon meet our friends again,
Secretary Wood of the Hawaiian
Promotion Committed bos recently Is
sued a statement about "Promotion
Work-," from which wo take the fol
Thu successful business man of to
day Is tho one who advertises widely
jet Judiciously; ho has made a care
ful study of tho wants of tho peoplo
ho wishes to reach, and has thorough
ly familiarized himself with the dif
ferent channels through which tho
business Is to bo developed; ho knows
hovv to strike, and when; methods
may differ yet all havo the same end
In view publicity.
Within the last fow years commu
nities wishing to attract the attention
of tho outsldo world to the advan
tages of their different locatltlcs havo
through' some public body such as
their Chamber of Commerce, Hoard of
Trade, Commercial Club or Promo
tion Committee, adopted similar
methods with great bucccss.
Organized promotion work In Ha
waii dates from tho formation of the
Joint. Tourist Committee, whoso first
recorded meeting was held July lCth,
On July 24th of tho same year the
name of'tho Association was changed
to Hawaii Promotion Committee, tho
following named gentlemen forming
Ihe tlrst Board of Directors: Mr. V.
C. Smith (chairman), Mr. J. A. Oil
man (treasurer), Mr. W. W. Hall, Mr.
C. 8. Wight, Mr. J. A. Kennedy, with
Mr. Edward M. Itoyd as Secretary.
Hon. George It. Carter, Oovcrnor of
the Territory, being In hearty accord
with the work contemplated, secured
for tho Commtttco generous financial
assistance from tho Territory,
The necessary money being thus
made available, an Intelligent adver
tising campaign was Immediately
mapped nut and actively prosecuted.
The funds for tho support of tho
Ciiniiiiltteo's work have been derived
mainly from tho Shippers' Wharf
Tax, hut n small nmount being paid In
ly direct contributors, llarly this
jear it became evident that If tho
work were to be carried on effective
ly the number of contributing mem
bers would have to bo largely Increas
ed. At the renuent of tho Promotion
Committee tho Chamber of Commereo
took tho matter In hand and sccuicd
through n special cominltteo n large
increase In the number of contribut
ing members. Tim Income derived
from this source should, however, bo
materially assisted by the Legislature
when It meets. An appropriation of
JtS.noO.OO for tho next biennial period
could be used to advantage, 11,000.00
per month for pamphlets, folders,
write tips and general advertising, $1,
POO.OO per month for exhibit pur
poses, support of Mainland offices,
Southern California Is now spend
ing annually for advertising purposes
Two Hundred and Tlfty Thousand
Dollars, lu addition to what the
through lines of railway aro doing.
It Is estimated that the resulting In
flux of tourists and homeseckers dis
tributes among tho hotels, merchants,
real estate agents nnd others fully
$25,000,000 00 each jear, being prac
tically one dollar returned for each
cent Invested In publicity.
Tho work of the Hawaii Promotion
Committee, though it has not cover
cd so. much tlmo and represents but a
tithe or tho amount spent by Bouui
rn California, Is 'alsJbesnnrrto
sllOW satisfactory results.
During th'o season just past our ho
tels wero better filled than over b
fore, 4our merchants, did moro busi
ness; In "fact. It Is perfectly safo to
assume that fully half a million of
dollars was circulated in Honolulu
and throughout Hawaii, by tho stran
gers who visited us during tho months
of last winter and spring.
Since tho date of organization tho
Hawaii Promotion Cominltteo has
published and circulated about 760,000
pamphlets', folders and circulars or at
tho rato of say 700 per day. Theso
have been sent by mall, handed out
irorrt the, office nnd distributer!
through tho Commltteo's agencies at
San Francisco, J-ou Angeles,' Chicago,
New York and! Boston. Every steam
er crossing tho Atlantic carries the
folder "Hawaii." as does each steam
or onho Pacific making Honolulu a
port of call. ,
Promotion work Is" a good thing for
a community,; It affords tho leaven
undcrrlght conditions and when pio
porly directed stirs up a general In
terest 'In Improvement and develop
ment antUwhllo In Hawaii wo may
not expect to get Ono Hundred Cents
hack Immediately for each cent In
vested In publicity, as ta tho caso In
Southern California. Tho results for
tho past season alono show that tho
dolls left, by tho tourists did not
eost over fifteen .cents each, basing
tho cost upon the entire amount ex
pended by tho Promotion Cominltteo
Tho rule of work adopted by thu
Commltteo, hjJ to keori everlastingly
at It. which Is bound to win.
Tho, Hawaii Promotion Committed
nu nr nrusf ni ninniiLiiiuu i& cumiiiubvu
of J.' A. McCandlcss (chairman), E. I.
Spalding (treasurer), A. (lartley, r.
C. Smith, Fred. U Waldron, H. P.
REAL ESTATE .FOH SAIE.
5 Building loU-tn Manoa Valley, 1-2
acre each, 11000 a, lot
Beautiful site, bracing air, magnlrt
Albert F. Along,
Telephone Main 407. P.O. Box 705.
832 FORT 8T.
STOCK ANE BOND BROKER.
MEMBER HONOLULU STOCK AND
117 MERCHANT STREET.
LOTS FOR SALE
IN KAPIOLANI PARK ADDITION
and Other DeilrabU Localltlsa.
HOMES FOR SALE
ON'WILDER and G.ULICK AVE6.
No Reaaontbtt (Offer Refused.
YE EDITORS ON j - -- W
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HAWAIIANS TURN OUT EN MA3SE
TO GREET VI8ITOR8. AND
ADORN THEM WITH SCENTED
GARLANDS AND WREATHS
Once upon n time, nnd thereby sus
pends a narrative, n band of great men
journeyed to the Far West, They
wero wondrotii wise nnd travelled over
land and sea, till they reached the
Land of Promitc, known ns tho Para
dise of tho 1'f.clflc, whero the Ore it
Ood Sol reigns supreme. There the
loyal citizens turned out en masso to
tccelvo tho distinguished visitors.
Drnye men, stately dames nnd beauti
ful tnaldcns rushed to tho shore, met
the guests, crowned them with flowrs
nnd escorted Ihcm to the palaces of
their great men. When wearied with
sightseeing they wero led to a banquet
hall, whro a feast awaited them "I'll
for the Hods." And each fair one w.t.i
presented with a beautiful souvenir by
tho "Hawaiian Star," with which t
woo tho zephys of heaven. Th:n they
wero taken to visit the sjlvnn retreat
of the beloved Prlnrcxs Knlulanl, who
has joined the heavenly choir. ,
Thus cntcrUlned. nourished nnd re
freshed, in bojy, soul and spirit, the)
lute retired to snowy bedt,, and skpt
tho sleep of tho Just. Ah, me, what
comfort. Hut nlaH they were not yet
content. They had heard of another
country, and again launched forth on
further conqiust. They travelled ovMr
stormy seas, and left a devious nail
of mixed experiences behind them
They had hcud of the placo where
Mother Natuie had also hud upheav
als. There they were met with opt'u
arms by the good people of that island,
wbcro they wero fed ou pol, and m..u
other delicacies of which they pir
took freely, with their own hands, 'ii-
"ted hy iiny modern nrt or Imptc
mentr Thcro also tho nectar of the
lioiis (lowed, i.parkllng wine, Hit they
wero filled with pride and satisfaction,
till they stormed tho very gates ot
Oljmpus with eloquence, Juplt.-r and
Juno, Osiris anil Isls. yes and their
gifted son Horns, listened with delight
at tho beautiful sentences of poetry
and scutlmcni that flowed from tnr
lips ot the Penny who and pound
foolish, till thi sweet Incenso Towcjcii
on high, und Venus wept tears of Joy
and called for Moore. Uut still theso
conquerors thirsted. I
Holland was not jet conquered, nor
Hurton appeased. Ho they again Cook
'tho trail nnd Jouruejcd on over vust
tracts ot burned nnd devastated coun
tryuntlllhcymrcachod tho vory brink
of solid "footfiofd. To havo ndvnnc-U
another step would havo hurled them
Into Eternity. Tbcro they met Hick
Waterloo, and wero compelled to re
trace the'lr weary steps, with dripping
ihouldcrs, back to tho foot ot tho
mountain, whose slippery sides wore
climbed with difficulty. Thcro again
they halted i.nd , rested their weary
limbs for a time, but alas, for appear
ances, when they had been fed aud re
ircshed, pandemonium again broKe
loose. Now Watson rose In his dig
nity and addressed tho senators, uoq
little umazed bis hearers by doing
much. Wight reud In a ponderous
tono words of profound wisdom tbut
cheered and encouraged others. 'Ihe
great Den Johnson inspired his present
embodiment with wisdom and tact, till
even his satar.lc majesty explained
why ho had never Indulged In skutlug.
Matthews gavo them tho benefit of
mudi valuable, experience, und the
good Dr. Stamm told of tho generous
German; Wllvm. tho Sage, Father ot
Hcclprocity and thrco charming daugh
ters, treated Commereo with consum
mate skill, Amerigo towered far
nbovo tho average. Whltln adoimd
tho fair bosom ot every nymph present
with a ropo of pearls, and garlands fct-
looncd tho walls of the banquet hall,
while wine, wit nnd music Mowed in
perfect harmony. I
Wood was a staff upon which every
ono leaned wllh a feeling ot security.
Jenifer with ritep tllenco hut Irre prrs
bible power bore down evry opposi
tion. Trnt whs cvcrywhcic. anticipat
ing every wish. 'I ho ubiquitous com
modoro attempted to, sit upon borne,
but wo aro told It was not a success.
Davis controlled tho trafflc, Ituddock.
marshalled the host as beat ho could.
Uut Time, fleeting Time,
Forbids us to mention,
Many to whom wo vvoulii
Call jour attention, und a lllo on
tho Ocean wave, a homo on the rolling
deep, whero tho mermaids dwell in
eoial caves und tho winds their ruvels
keep, seemed tu be thu universal sentl
ment. So lhco restless spirits again
loarded the good ship Klnau, and like
Sir Jobcnh. tought tho seclusion of
their cabins, whero they could Indiilgo
In delightful dreams of being fni
pirates on tho high sens. . ,
PHONE MAIN 286.
By Young" Japanese achool
girl. VvagM no objtoi,
By Young Japants school
JajiHsi Hitils Union
KINQ and MAUNAKEA.
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Outlook, Santa Monica.
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Mooro, Evening Facts, Ilcdlands.
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Union, San Diego,
C, F. Holland, Evening Ex- 4
press, Los Angeles. 4
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11. Springer (cnrtoonlst, Ex- 4
nmlncr, Los Angeles. 4
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Hallway Co, 4
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Miss Helen Leech, Evening
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Times, I.os Angeles.
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J U ', L t si k
A BIG NEW STOCK
Just Arrived by Alameda
Finest Line Ever Shown
Coyne Furniture Co.
, Hotel and Union Streets.
Orders For Stock;
W. E. BELLI N A leaves for
the Coast within 10 days, and
those wishing stock of any
kind will do well to call at tho
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TEL. MAIN 10a.
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THE METRQ8TYLE PIANoUa
plays tha latest song-hits and dance
tunes, as well as selections from Its
exhaustless classical repertory. Sold
BERGSTROM MUSIC CO.
ODD FELLOWS BLDS.
1 fa kept on flit it E.
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Is made for him alone; and we charge no more than you pay for the ready
to wcra clothing. But we give satisfaction and that Is more than you get
from hand me downs.
Satisfaction being contentment and contentment being happiness
therefore you find Satisfaction, Contentment and Happiness In clothes We
make for you. And I guess that Is going some. At any rate, it means your
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have no comparison whatsoever In this town.
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Fences of Quality Durability
A noted travelor says "You can always tell the degree of Intelli
gence and advancement of civilization In any country by the care tahen of
their Churches and Cemeteries.'
Due respect to our departed relatives or friends demands the erection
ef enduring monumente to their memory, but the hallowed spote where
lies the dead, should be properly enclosed by an Iron fence. It protocte
the cemetery lot against Invasion and Is significant of respect to the dead.
One of the Fencee we sell la made of steel tubing and heavily galvan.
bed wire with malleable cresting. This is one of the handsomest end
strongest There are many other klnde and designs; ask to see them.
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