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HVENIN'O nUl.LETIK, HOXOI.ULU. T. H.. THURSDAY. SEPT. 20, 1906.
VlfilTINO EDITORS APPRECIATE
THE GRACIOUS EFFORTS OF
THEIR HOSTS TO PROVIDE A
TYPICAL HAWAIIAN TEAQT
LADIES TAKE GREAT INTEREST
IN. THE HULA AS EXPURGAT
ED DY DR. EMERSON TO CON
FORM TO PROPRIETY'S RULES
(Continued from Page G.)
this Coast ami then what we want In
tin) way of n tourist crop onl.l not
noo to ho n dream.
"I hoop yon will ho hero Ioue
cuohkIi to lool: beneath tho ourfaro of
things. I have nail fome ot jour ar
ticle nliont the Island, mid they tiro
nil or n tlatti'rltiR tone. When Cali
fornia vas ntniKgllni; with lnllancc
cnimnlttoea, wo .wcro n stcady-KoliiR
(ommutilty wl.h a Leslnlaliiro. courts,
churchm. crhoiiln. iirlntiiiR presses
mid nOWBiMiiuni. Wo even Bent to
Orccon iho first printing press they
ever had. We nre an old dWIIzrd
ttnintry. When jon tall; of our trop
ical Mnluro ninl luniis, etc.. rciueiu
her that wo are civilized and Ii.-hp
prisons and lawyers, runstnhles ami
doctors. Wo hao Ihpior here. Rood
mid had. accessible lo must people.
"I llko to hear these llatterliiR
thliiRS nhniit us. hut the penplo of Iho
United States might think we worn
merely a happy peoplo In Arrndla, ami
then when we go to W'nshliiKtnn try
Iiir to get some help 111 one way or
a nollar they will nny wo don't need
flraro llortense Tower matlo a very
happy reiipoiite to the toast "The
1'rc-n." She spoke of the Inspiration
of the profession and closed with a
parody on KIplliiR, which was finish
id, hilght mid to tho point.
Xllsi Tower expressed pride In her
piofosslni. Her profession touched
life closer than almost nny other. "Wo
see Iho world with tho mask torn olf,"
rdio wild. "Wo aro liehlnd the scenes
mid know whether n calcium Is play
Iiir around n man's head or whether
tho halo Is real. In closing sho rend
n poem on tho press told as In n
tlrcnm. "Tho metro Is KIplliiR, tho
MatiR Is Tower," sho paid. The poem
was excellent mid depleted the hopes
of tho iiowspnper scribes.
The Olg, Brother.
"California: Our IIIr llrotlier" wns
tho subject In which C. I. Holland de
moted himself, lie said: "You may
call ns IiIr biolher. Yes; wo nro blR
In extent of territory, Mr In volume
r.f products, IiIr In popiilntlon ami
iitrciiRth. Hut when wo reach tho ours
lion or refined mid exquisite bcauly, of
aVc-lusplrltij: Rniudeur, thoso charms
wjileh pleaso tho eyo mid appeal to
tho higher Menses, Hawaii, with her
beautiful Isles, stnnilH nRillust the
southern sunset sen llko Jewels of
"Ahmn nil this, and fnr lieyond ma
terial nature, 1 find n chnrin Ft 111 more
1'lcasliiR fu Iho heaily weliomo wo
havo rect-lved from your Rood peoplo.
Such hospitality I havo never known
before. A iimio roal wclcomo unilil
not havo bet ii extended. Your efforts
to pleaso lmo plnced us under mi oh
llnnltou of overlnstlnR Rralltiulo and
jour kindness to tho rtriniKcr within
your Rates Is In liaiuiouy with nil this
matcilal beauty which 1 hno ntlempt
ed to describe."
OeorRo W. Smith with "Hawaii: A
Itovlow," ns" his text, rcuiliidcd his
audience that underneath all tho sIkiis
of prosperity wern many problems ot
a serious tmtiiro which tho lslurn
rhoiitd i each If posslhlo. Thero aro
piohlems hero that do not exist In nny
other part of tho Rlobo. "Wo need to
have n peoplo hero of a coRiialo race
who will become wedded lo tho i-oll.
Wo need your help in this bulwark or
tho l'ntlfle, that wo may baud down
to our children tho foim of RoverrI
liiont mid tho diameter given us by
our foicfnthers or tho Mainland'
Mrs. Penny, who spoko on tho
charm of Honolulu, said sho had been
unnblu to define or analyse tho charm
fir Honolulu mid her peoplo; that It
wns an Indescilbahlo, luiauRlblo homo-
IhlliR that riuw on ono naiiy. it
,nilfut bo tho lleeco-llccked, azuro or
'tho Hawaiian sky. or tho nlluiliiR
lights mid flhiulnus on tho emerald
(mountains, or Iho purplo mlstB or tho
albtyn, or tho lildcscent bins or the
jRlorlous ocean, or tho tnyslle legend
icry lorn of tho Inlands, tho brilliant
plorliiR or Iho flowers, tho witchery
.und (harm of tho tropical climate, tho
beauty ami Rinco of tho women, tho
chivalry and courtesy or tho men, It
might bo any ono or these, or a com
'poMla of tho whole,
"THE FUTURE OF THE PACIFIC."
Mr, lloilon spoko In part as fol
,'own: i wish at onco to pornso n toast to
,lho glorious futiiro of tho Pacific a fn-
tuio wlil'to-nliiBcil with lounllcss
tdilpa of commerco nnd rrnuglit with
Kolilcn promise for tho material ad
vancement pf all mankind.
Here's to tha futiiro of tlio Pacific1'
Willi mi enr (rained to listen to tho
words of other men, rnthcr than talk
myselt. nnd becntme my exceeding
youth lenvc8 me as yet cmlto whisker
lCBB, t hesllnlo a prolong this felici
tous ocenslou wllh any leinnrks to my
ciders. Hut your welcome has been
so cordial our hospitality so wmni
your Interest In our comfort and
plensurrs so painstaking, through nil
theso happy da)s In tho tropics, that
I wish to mid an expression of my
gratitude to what has already been so
delightfully said this night.
In nsklug you lo listen to the last
Dpeaker, I reel very much like the not
ed Trench wnntit who lslted a cor
tnln California city teeeii'ly. Ho win
(onsldcred n Ritcst of honor nnd there
were many sights Tor him to see. Af
ter each excursion, tho frenchman
wns profuso In hl.i llianks. each lime
becoming more generous In his ex
pressions of gratitude. Tho mayor ot
the municipality was especially attPli
the to .ho clt)'A guest, who In turn
Legnn to feel that the chlcr executive
must be neglecting olllelnl business In
the (ontliiunl round or pleasure, fi
nally tho frenchman thought ho must,
protest. ".My dear mayor' said ho,
In bioken fngllsh, "zc city ees beau
Iful mid your people havo been good
to me too good, my dear major. In
fact, I can permit myself no longer lo
cock-roach upon your time."
Cork-roach?" lepllcd tho mayor. In
nmnPinrnt, "you mean 'encroach,' do
j on not?"
"Oh. mayor! 1 am Indeed so stupid.
I hnvo zc gender wrong. Mon Dleil!
I must no longer 'hen croach upon
Some or our party so continuously
hao wo been entertained reel we
must have, to a concldornblb iIcrico,
encroached upon tho tlni of many or
Honolulu s vry best peoplo.
The future of tho 1'acirtc nt best It
is iinrertnln. What with shifting cur
tails and mounting coral reefs In un
known places, mnrlnors on ccitain
good ships recently stranded, line
about will surely tesllry to this un
certainty. Indeed, when wo Southern
California editors turn our eyes home
ward nnd behold far out on tho hori
zon the Mongolia, tho Sheridan nml
until recently the Mancliurln, wo, too,
wonder about the futiiro of the Pa
cific! tho Immediate future, If you
I am not n prophet nor tho son of a
prophet but It seems to mo It Is not
exaggeration to proclaim that tho
hone, of the world lies In tho fntuio
of tho Pacific. Tho courso of 'empire
is now upon us upon us with nil tin
privileges and all Its portcntlous re
sponsibilities. Hut. be that ns It may, tho future or
tho Pacific holds forth an Inllnlty or
hopo to jour Islands nnd our Main
land to our (lohlcn Slnto nnd to your
dear Hawaii nel. What Ih yours Is
ours and what Is ours Is yours.
WorkliiR together, wo can solvo all
inj stories and elucidate every d.ul;
Who can foretell what mighty part
Hawaii Is to play In making the. fu
tiiro or the 1'nclflc Rlorloiis? Ablo an
sho will doubtless ho to surmount her
own obstacles whether they bo ra
cial or liidustiial, moral or i-ommer-lnl
wo reel confident thnt her In
fluence for Rood Is soon to emas tho
grand old Pacific In every direction,
ameliorating tho present und Rloilfy
Iiir tho Inline. In this conlldoiuo wo
mo secure because of her ready re-
Hiurccs, her stiatcglc position in mid-
l'aclflc, her suhManllal civilization
ami tho nllcghuico sho so willingly
owes to our country tho Innd or tho
frco and tho homo ot Iho. bravo.
Glimpse at the Hula.
At Iho close of the feast camo Iho
piece do resistance of tho evening, the
hula, danced by three maidens wear
ing short yellow skirts mid green bod
ices cut low witli laco edging tho
Willi welnlKomo chant nml iniinnin
nous Incantation n nalUo man beat
upon u cnlnbasli whllo tho Rlrls In
slow and rhythmic motion went
tluoiiRli tho motcmciil of tho dance.
It was n very conscrviitho nnd clrcuin
upcct hula which they danced and pos
sessed all tho charm of novelty for
thoso who had never beroro seen It.
As a lilting close ror tho cvciiIiir'h
resilvllicri tho (lleo Club sung "Aloha
Oe," tho "hair-whllo bong," ns It Is
called, nnd to thoso who listened them
camo a minor In the music, mi under
tone ot sadness mid regret that this
ilslt soon must end and pass into the
lealm or happy mommies; that In1
roro another wool; shall etui thoso for
whom this fennt had been piepnied
will havo said tl.clr Alohas of fare
well mid turned their fnces toward
tho homeland, hoping that niter all
It's Just "An rovolr, anil not good bj"
Tho menu ror tho evening follows:
Nn Mea Al.
Aniaamn Lawalu Mullet linked In Tl
I'ua'a Kalun Suckling Pig baked In
I in ii
I.uaii Tarotop fJieens, steamed
Moa mo ha Nlu Ungout of Chicken
Uwala Kalua Imu-haked Sweet Po
tatoes Hn'o mo ka Nlu Squid with Cocoanut
Ll'i Kalua Ilrcadfriilt baked In luiu
Papi'I Crabs a la Hawaii
fa Malo'o Dried Fli.li
NA MKA IIOONOONO AI Itellbhcs
Inamoua Kukiil-mit Sauco
Umu-lcoliii Sea Moss
I'a'akul Uhi Salt Ciystals
RAPID TRANSIT LINE OF CITY
AND RAILWAY LINE OF COUN
TRYALSO COURTESIES BY
IMTER-IGLAND S. N. CO.
PRETTY SOUVENIR PASS,
EVERYTHING ON WHEELS FUR
NISHED VISITORS TO fa'PEED
THEM TO NEW JOYS AND A
CONTINUATION OF THE SAME
Tho vlsltlnr, editors havo been iiiost
comtcously and gencioitsly tie.ited by
the Itallioad d'ompautcs or tho Island
H. R. T. A L. Co.
What more pleasing token of gen
erosity could hnc been Imagined than
tho presentation to each lsltlug mem
ber of n pass mer nil of tho electric
lines or the city, good tor "the stay.
And even If tho pus's did not carry out
mid till or or nny ot tho cms. It would
bo a sweet little tieasiirc as n somc
nlr. The eml ojmci! coat-of-rtrnis In
gold mid led In tho tipper left linnd
corner presents a iinluuo effort of tlio
to IM COMMroit!
PASS D. G. HOLT, : ,,
"tvening Oullopk." SANTA MONICA, i.itruu.n.g.sotici;
C. G. BALLENTYNE,
THE LIKE OF. THIS WAS JUST
NA MKA ONO Desseit:
Koelo P.ilnu Sweet Polulo Pudding
Ilnhi Knhlkl Pineapples
Kci Akl Sugnreano split lino
Kl Akl Imiiliaked Tl Itoot
Una Wnlnn (Hapea
Ipu Hanle Watermelon
Cakes, Pies and Bread
are Always Fresh and De llghtrut to the taste.
We have been In budneta only a few months, but have
already established a reputation ror our Bread, Cakes and
Pies, as they are pronounced by all to have no equal.
Eflf- A TRIAL WILL CONVINCE YOU.
115C FORT STREET,
5 TEL. MAIN 197
TEL. MAIN 197
printer's art. Hut these passes havo
had tar more valuo than ineie souve
nirs, n.l each member has improved
this golden opportunity or visiting
every point of Interest nml, nil place!
of nolo within the illy. A ride In till
largo open cats oor tho modernly
equipped lined Is most delightful at
any time, nml particularly so on n
warm daj-, nnd the courtesy nxtemlrd
by tho Honolulu Itapld 'rrnnllt and
Land Co. has been greatly tipprecht
ed, and will be one1 or tho happiest re
membrances of the trip.
O. R. & L. Co.
Two of tho most Inrtruclhe nips
for the editors bae been glxeti by the
Oahu Hallway & Land Company, and
It Is through these trips that the Ms-
Itors have learned of tlio vast re
Foutres of tho Island or Oahu. Tho
tlrpt lilp coiisiimed n full day nnd took
the mcinhcrrf through tho rice field l
nnd sugar cane plantations nml gave
them mi oppoittinlty lo Inspect n sag
nr mill In full operation, a feature
much enjoyed. Tlio second trip was
over n new branch of the road Into
the plncapplo country and was tho
trip of their lies.
The track mid equipment nr this
ro.ul Is equal to that of tha California
companies, nnd tlio Industry ot the
company Is certainly to he commend
ed. Tho visitors" reel under grout ob
ligations to tho company anil to Super
intendent (leo. P. cnlsoii nnd tleneral
Passenger Agent Prcd 0. Smith for
j these InstriiLllvo and delightful vlslta
to i no interior ot me isiaiiu.
The liiter-Islnnd Hleam Nnvlgallou
Company did everything In Us power
lo make tho trip to the Volcnno pleas
mitt Asslstnnt Mimwr C. I.. Wight
nnd floncrnl Agen, Trent wero spe
cially commissioned lo accompany tho
RAPID TRANSIT & LAND CO.
California Editorial Association
LIKE GETTINQ MONEY FROM HOME
NA MICA lNir-lloerngOH:
Nlu llnnhao Milk from tho Tender
Ilia Hawaii Prlmo Lager (Hawaiian)
Klka llawcll Hawaiian Cigars
Is good for what
(G. A. R. SMITH, Prop.)
Another Triumph for the Uigelus Piano Plbyer
IS IT POSSIBLE TO DISCOVER THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN HAND-PLAYED AND ANQELUS
A musical critic stated recently In a Pittsburg paper that no so-called mechanical piano-player possessed
any true artistic possibilities or words to that effect.
The Plttshurcj agents for the Angelus challenged the statement at once, so far as the Angelus is concern
ed, and made a public test the most severe test possible.
It vas simply this:
.Several gentlemen or recognized musical ability, Including Mr, Rdwln II. I.emore, tho Breat Eng
lish orgnnlHt, and Mr. Adolph 11. roomier, tho eminent American composer and teacher, assembled
In the AligcIiiH Rooms or Hamilton, together with tho critic liiuiHelt.
In nn adjoining room, hut or night, wero two grand pianos or tlio samo pitch and tone. To ono
was nttnehed nn Augelnhj at the cither xat a skilled pianist. Tho critic anil tha jury In the other
room wero to tell which wns lieing played.
The very first piece settled the question. The Angelus-playcd piano began. At a certain point It (top.
ped playing and the pianist took up the theme on the other piano. When the piece was flnlohed one of the
Jury said: "THAT'S VERY FIN.E; NOW WE WILL LISTEN TO THE ANOELUB" and not one of hit col
leagues disputed the opinion that the entire composition had been played by hand.
The opinions of two of the, committee' were recorded as follows:
EOWIN H. LEMARE says "Any plnnlst or musician must admit tho wonderful virtuosity of
tho Angelim Its artistic capabilities In the hands of tho capable musician, cither amateur or pro
fcaidoiinl, aro limited onlj by 1.1m own temperament and knowledge. As a means for artistic Inter
polation It In, In my "opinion, nhxolutcly unique. Tho Angelus, with Us wonderful devices for
phrasing and cmphas'lzllir' notes, Khotild lie welcomed by all ttno iniislclatia."
ADOLPH M. FOERSTER says "In the compoaltlotis that I havo been ablo to hear It Is Impos
sible to detect tho dlffercnco between the hand-played nnd the Angeliis-played music properly and
artistically dime in doth cases, of course, Tho phrasing lever and emphasis devices of tho Angelas
make this possible and afford great possibilities that will bo leodlly understood by those competent
to Judgo properly,"
The person responsible for the original criticism expressed his surprise at the results of ths test of the
Angelus, and he was overwhelmed by the convincing proof presented;
Thus it Is shown again, as U his been thown so often before, that the ANQELU8 Is In a class by Itself.
Criticisms against all other piano-players have no bearing whatever on the possibilities of this marvelous and
almost human plano-playlng device. As Mr. Lcmare 'said: "The possibilities of the Angelus are limited only
by the temperament and knowledge of the performer."
THE MARVELOUS PHRASINQ LEVER 18 THE KEY TO THE WHOLE SITUATION, AND IT
IS A FEATURE THAT IS POSSESSED BY NO OTHER PIANO-PLAYER.
$2.W tnny bo paid by tho month, If dcsliable.
Hawaiian News Go., Ltd., Alexander Young Bldg. Store.
's ? ss 4'ttrrrms
3 SmMmum w
1 jU 174 S
Manufacturers of every description of Harness and
Saddlery and importers of Harness and Saddlery Hard
ware, Carriage Trimming and Belt Findings, Whips, Robes,
Blankets, Boots, BruUies and Everything pertaining to
We are the only Manufacturers on tho Islands of
Men's Belts In Gross or Dozen lots, for the trade.
All kinds Repairing and Carriage Trimming Promptly
executed at REASONABLE RATES. Call and Inspect our
stock, and stand orders solicited.
1 D. O. Kamman & Son. .
St., next to Young Hotel
When you buy an uncovered ham
you pay only for the meat. It's the
same with bacon. We feel that our
home-smoked goods In these lines re
quire no endorsement as to quality;
the fact that we smoke them I suffi
cient. 1 4
Meat Cn A.
MAIN 48. 1
r it -,ty
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No candy that ever came to
Honolulu can compare with
It Is simply delicious and
Assorted Chocolates, As
sorted Bon-Bons and Choco
lates and Marshmillows
We also have a new lot of
Callleri' Swiss Milk Choco
late and Qhlrardelll's Choco
Henry May & Go.
92 Telephone 22
THE COBWEB CAFE,.
QUEEN and ALAKEA ITS.
TEL. MAIN 492.
' Gamara & Co., Pnps.-
manufactured from pur distilled wa
ter. Delivered to any part of city by
OAHU ICE AND ELECTRIC CO.,
KewalO. Telephone Blue 3111.
ALWAYS ON HAND.
Weekly Bulletin SI par year. s
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