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Vol. IX No. 3641
HONOLULU. rKKRITORI OF HAWAII. FRIDAY. MAROH 15. 1907
JfniOB 5 Ohnth
Wp STEAMER TABLE
Gay Los Angelens Shower Hawaiians
Her passengcis decorated wllli mat
in lels ami pelting tlio people on tho
wlinrf with oranges anil npples finm
tho Southland, her rings Hying from
ovory peak, tli sloanier Ohio, bear
lug tho l.os Angeles cccurslonlils,
l.ioorcd at tho naval dock shortly nft
it 8 o'clock thlH morning.
It wan a jolly ciowd on elilplioai il
mill on tho docks. The sight was ono
that will lone lie rcmcmbcrd liy tho
visitors, who hefoino Increasingly en
thusiastic ocr Hawaii tho more they
ico of It. Tho Ringing; bojs were ren
dering mimic on tho hurrlc.ino deck.
anil on tho wharf tho htstuilcaf I In-
Pioneer Excursionists Found
Summer Seas As Neared Hawaii
The history of tho first two dn)s
out of San Pedro Is a closed hook
for tho members of tho l.os Angclc.4
exclusion. Thoy try to forgot It. Tho
only point fur nrgiiiftont Is whether
tho good ship Ohio skirted tho edgu
of a storm or wcn.t plumb thiougli
There wcro less than ten men, wo
men am children at meals on those
ilu)H at sea and heavy weather, at
that. Tho Ohio made good account
of herself hut went somewhat nut of
her lourso to escape worso seas.
On tho third day It was different.
Tho passengers began to put In mi
nppcurunco mid us tho day progress
ed "getting over It" became contn
glous. Tho entertainment committee,
with Jolly Preil. Alien tit tho head,
got In Its work. Then there weio
It was Intended that things should
he different, hut had cigars wera
brought aboard and It hecamo neccs
snry to resort to a mock trial, mi
i,ld scu custom, anil In this instance
Swanfohlt was arrested for tho
crime of smoking clgms filled with
alfalfa In tlio piosemo of women.
Ilosbyshell, clad In bath-roho crmlno,
dispensed Justice with u horrihlH
hand. Sheriff Rulow mndo tho ar
rest anil gave a demonstration ot
what a ono-legged sheriff ran do
when tho law calls to duty. Ho
Ovrvcl OotAr.1 forMcn'
MADE IN NEW YORK
vvnllan n.inil wah dispensing n lively
Tho I.oi AnRolons thought Illlo
hud Ktino tho limit. Hut when they
i ainu In contact with flio enthusiasm
of Honolulu. Kotna begun to link what
Hawaii Intended to ilo with lliein
rordlnllty seemed to glow with cadi
Tho Ohio made n ery pleasant
trip down f i inn Illlo, starting ra
after 10 o'clock 'Ihursduy forenoon.
Tho weather wiih perfect, ko that tlio
beauties of Jho Hall alone tlio llaina
l.uu count weio enjojed to tho fullest
iiicasuro anil hy tho entire ship a
Secretary Wood of tho Promotion
brought tho prisoner In bound In
shuckles. Tom Hampton defended
tho unhappy criminal nnd Jack
llurko prosecuted. Tho Jury wus sen
tenced todo time.
Mustcles wero hold on four even
ings. These wero highly enjoyable.
On ono occasion Miss Marcher, who I
Hudlng for tho stage, gao rcclta
(Ions. Tho progiam for Saturday
nnil Sunday was typical. It follows;
1.03 A.VOni.ES CHAMimit 01'
S. S. "Ohio," Wednesday, Mar. C,
SATURDAY. MARCH 3, '07.
Morning Umbrellas, cruvenotte),
goloshes nnd frequent showeis.
Curds nnd Impiomptu music.
No weddings In sight yet but thcra
cro visible signs.
Afternoon If clearing weather
pie valla, games on hurricane deck,
:i P. M. Mr. II. Iloettcher of tho
l.os Angeles Drawing Company, pro
pen ts a bnrrcl of beer to tho excur
sionists with Ills compliments. It
will be served on tho extreme for
wmd deck. I.adlcs and gentlemen
urc Invited to go forward and par.
Kvenlng Usual games in Amuse
ment Hnil nnd Music Hull.
It tho weather Is clear thero will
be a potato raco and other stunts on
tho hurricane deck In tho evening.
you pay for your Spring
Suit that is of so much im
portance to you. The main
trouble is getting one that
pleases you, one that you
know is absolutely right as
to style and fit. These trou
bles disappear the moment
you put on one of our suits.
You don't have to have
someone tell you it is be
coming and that it fits you
perfectly you Know it. No
matter what price a man
pays for a suit he is per
x fectly satisfied if he gets his
THE KASH CO.,
TEL. MAIN 25.
COR. FORT AND HOTEL 8T.
LEIS' AND ,SONG
Committee hnil fent wind to Secre
tary Wiggins that It would ho well to
arrive after 7 o'clock In tho morn
ing. The (nptaln of tho Bhlp timed
himself accordingly, lie followed
the regular Inland steamer courso
mid at about :i o'clock thin moiuliig
Hopped his ciiglnai while tho ship
wiih still in tho cliapnel. Aty5;30 tho
ship piiiceeded at half-Hpeed, giving
tho passengers mi excellent view of
tho Island from Diamond Head to tho
Tho Custom House launch rnina
out with Secretary Wood anil the Ki
lls Quintet Club; also the Ids. Mr.
Wood sin prised Mr. Wlgglnn while
making tho limit announcement!!, at
the liieikfust table. When WlggliiH
announced tho ai rival of tho Hono
SUNDAY, MARCH 10, 07.
At 11 A. M. an appropriate Sun
day scrvlro will bo held on tho hurri
cane deck. Judgo A. I la ties ot San
Diego 'will read a sermon written by
Kdward Kverctt Halo entitled', "Tho
Nearer World." This will bo, follow
ed hy appropriate singing. To this
scrvico all aro (oidtnlly Invited. It
will he toncludcd by 12 o'clock.
Afternoon, 2 o'clock Santa Cluui
will ho on tho hurricane deck, mid
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MMOciVtlrd Vrut Special Cablt)
SAN FRANCISCO, CdL, March IS.
Secretary Boot today 'thanked the
Hoard ot Education lor its action in
opening the public schools of the city
to the Japanese.
Cit(ocl4 rrtu 4k4aI CaU)
NEW ORLEANS, 'La., March 15.
Witcher, Zemurray & Co., a promi
nent firm of brokers, has suspended.
mmm at the
All tho new building nrrpngoments
of tho vvldo verandas and lanals at the
Seasldn Hotel, together with other
preparations for Regatta Day liave
been completed for the Sutuiday cel
ebration. Tho nttiuctlvo Hawaiian Hand con
cert will continue till afternoon from
2 o'clock for the delight ot tho visit
lug Los Angeluns and tho-Jiubllc while
they ma viewing the iiiiioo and boat
laces (torn (lie shaded lawns mid
grounds of thu hotel.
Tho visitors will also enjoy the
btnulng nnd nlnvlug of the Hawaiian
Quintet Club at tho shirt waist diinco
In tho evening which will ho a thor
oughly Infoinial affulr, so that those
who uio In holiday out-door nttlro ami
wish to i emaln at tho Walklkl hotels
to dinner need not go to town to
thaugo their dress to attend tho hall
DON'T FORGET YOUH FRIENDS
Leave an order for a box of choice
Pineapples or a bunoh of selected
lulu man, unco n good Southern Oil
Ifoml.ui, there was a iheer and ap
plause. Mr. Wood woh hrlof In hit
welcome and Immediately net to bus
iness, of directing the visitors.
Meanwhile tho Icls were being ills
Il Minted until e cry member of tho
party wiih adorned. They had loam
(il to wear them In Illlo. The (lulu
tit Club established itself on tho hur
i leutio deck, and noon had the crowd.
One song merely whet the appetite
for more. Then as the ship approach
ed the dock tho'home crowd and tho
band became the center of Interest I
"It's great!" said tho men. "Per
fectly lovely!" responded tho women.
Ah soon as tho ship was within '
(blowing ilistnnro of the wharf tho
orange and npple boxes wpic opened
The Into delivery of the llnl-
letlu Is duo to ilelajs follow lug a
f break in Important gears yester-
day. This is an extension of tho
liri.nl n faiv unnlm ni.fi tinil II la A
f hoped that present lopalnt will he
, unai. t
FRIDAY. .MARCH IB.
12 in. to 2 ji. in. Liiiiii at Kn- -f
plolaul Maternity Home. Tuko -f
f Hotel street op King street cnrii
f south Former run every twenty -f
minutes mid pass tho door. Tho
4- latter run every ten minutes, and 4
f will let joii off at Keeaiunoku
street, two blocks from the Homo, t
4 Admission tl.
3 to 0 p. m. ltcieptlon at Mo-
nunlim, tho beautiful estate ot
Hon. S. M Damon. Tuko King 4
street curs north to Railroad De- -f
4 xit, from whldi special train will -t-
f leavo at 3:00 oclock sharp. -t
4 Dvenlng Concert hy tho fain- 4
4 oils Hawaiian Hand, followed by 4
4 dance, ut thu Ilojul Hawullau 4
4 Hotel. 4
4 SATURDAY, MARCH 10. 4
4- Morning Car rides and drives 4
4 to special points of interest. A 4
4 good time to do ) our Chopping. 4
2 p. m. Regatta at Wulklkl 4
4 Reach. Tuko any south bound 4
4 car to Pavwiu Junction. Trunsfor 4
4 f i om Pimahnu mid Kalmukl cars. 4
4 King street cms go through. 4
4 Kvenlng Dunce at the Senshle 4
4 Hotel, Hawaiian Concert ut tho 4
4 Hawaiian Ojieiu House, St. Pat- 4
4 rick's Day Celebration at St. .4
4- Louis College. 4
4 SUNDAY, MARCH 17. 4
4- Morning Open. Set vices at all 4
4 chinches. 4
4- 3 p. m. Concert by Hawaiian 4
4 Rand In tho Capitol Grounds. 4
4 MONDAY, MARCH 18. 4
Morning Visit to tho Aquarium 4
4 and car rldo through tho city. 4
For time of special curs, seo dully 4
4 papers. This Aquarium is sec- 4
4 ond to that of Nko only. 4
1:30 p. in. Lunch at tho Alex- 4
4 under Veiling Hotel for tho men 4
4 or tho parly 4
4- 3:30 to (! p. ill. Reception for 4
4 thu ladles of tho party ut Ainu- 4
4 hull, WaIMM
4 Dvcning Acqiiatlo sports at 4
4 Hotel Il.iths, danto at Young 4
4 Hotel. 4
4 TUESDAY, MARCH 19. 4
4- 10. n. in.- Visit to tho lllBhop t
4- Museum. Hist car leaving Ha- 4
4- vvallnn Hotel at 0:30. Tho gieat- 4
4 est (olliTtliiti of Hawaiian anil 4
4 South Sous union lu tho world. 4
Afternoon Public reception at 4
4- Kunloluiu Pulls.. 4
WKDNKSDAY, MARCH 20. 4
4- Morning and Afternoon Open 4
4 livening Dunce at tho Moana 4-
4 Hotel. Special Music. 4
and a shower of fruit was pelted over
tho side. It livened things, mill call
oil forth a general ,shout.
Once tho gang plank was down,
members of the local committee, head
ed by Jf A. MiCmnllcss of tho Proino
tiou Cotnmlltoc mid I.. Tenney Peek
of thojChumher of Commerce and
Merchants' Association committee,
wont cm board and were Introduced
to Mr. 'llerron, Secretary Wlgglnn and
members of tho los Angeles steering
lommlttee. Theio were no formali
ties. There was no doubt of Hono
lulu being glad to xeo the biggest ex
rurslpn that ever crossed the Pacific.
The excursionists In their Joy oven
forgot those two memorable first ilas
.o long ago, when tho sea refused to
quiet. Secretary Wood had tele
Pele Fired Up And Hilo People
Entertained Gussts Sumptuous!
It fell to the lot of the good peo
ple of Illlo to greet tho Los Angeles
party on Its arrival In Hawaii,
Hilo did Its part In grand stylo.
Tho vlsltois wcro pleased beyond ex
pression. Tho illlo good people
worked like Trojan n nnd when they
got through with it the heaps of
nralso rolling In from all sides caus
ed tho men of Illlo to know the nil
rwer to their query, "Well, how did
.von like It?"
That liuiu v .. P i- long In Hilo
NEW YORK. N. Y.. March 15.
The situation en the Stock Exchange
has not improved. There have been
no failures asyet.
DAMAGE OF MILLIONS
PITTSBURG, Pa., March 15. The
foods are receding. The damage done
by them amounts to millions of dol
lars. Twenty deaths were caused by
fire, which was started by the wet
ting of lime, causing damage to the
amount of UU.UUU, Ohio and Ken
tucky towns are also nooded.
THAW IS SANE
NEW YORK. N. Y March 15.
The insanity experts of the prosecu
tion in the Thaw case declare that
Thaw is s,ane.
there are people practically
penniless who once possessed
large estates. If these people
had placed the care of their
estates in reliable hands, such
as ours, today they would
have good yearly incomes.
Fort St. Uonoluli
graphed the program for the first
liny to Mr. I'urrliigton in Illlo, whit
had been requested by 1.. Tonne)
Peck of tho local committee to rep
lesent It on tho trip down. Thin
they knew what was on hand and
were Interested prlmlpnlly In obtain
ing looms and hotel accommodation.
Cars and hacks were In waiting to
lake tho new arrivals to tho hotels.
"Why. I h.ic a room as good ns I
rouhl get In Now York," remarked
cue lady after her house-hunting
tour. They hud beard of tho good
hotels of the city hut didn't know
Just what to believe until they had
peon. Tho dissatisfied ones, It such
there he, weio not In evidence
The Promotion Committee rooms
were a busy headquarters, mid nil
history; It wus great. It contained
ever) thing from royal poi from Maul
to a proper hula and n Sunday school
(antata. Sheriff Keulanul charmed
them with his hongs. Tho small boy
wlio danced the hula, Immediately
following tho cantata, tetlrcd with
honors mid rheeis.
Rut the reception did not begin
with tho lunu. That was the crown
ing glory. Tho climax. Tho record
Tho Olil- vns sighted off tho coast
early Mo:i morning nnd ai rived lu
the harbor about tho middle of tho
forenoon. Tho Hilo committee, head-
id by J A. Kennedy, John Scott, W.
A. MiKny went out In u launch mid
guvo tlio now-Lomors u cordial If not
noisy wclcomo to Hawaii.
Landing was started at onco. Tho
olcnnn wui tho objective, point. All
wanted to igo, except a few of tho
very elderly. It wus wonderful to
see how tho old became, tiling again
when tho inspiration of tho volcano
was upon them.
Tho Tolcuuo House could not nc
(ommod.ito all ut pnic. So It wus
arranged to go up tho mountain lu
rclnjs. Thrco Iota of eighty eudi
was tho plan. Llghty started tho
first day ami twenty mora climbed
on unexpectedly. Plans sometimes
go astray. That Is why some thought
LARGEST AND FINEST STOCK IN
J. Hopp & Co.,
1Q5J Fort Street
were- nicominodntcd with detailed in
formation At noon n good number
went to tho Maternity Homo III. Ml,
Kiino to see how It (ompareil with
the big Illlo pcnt and others because
the) hnil been lit the Volcano mid
missed the Illlo feast Tho full
membership attended tho reception
at Hon. S. M. Damon's Moaunluii es
tate this afternoon mid It Is certain
that the Hawaiian Hotel will bo
crowded to its capacity this evening
luring tho band concert.
"II slues up better than nny excur
sion crowd of 250 I hne ever seen."
was tho comment of ono Honolulu
man us ho watched them comug off
the ship this morning That wus tho
consensus of opinion A weolrof en
joyment Is guaranteed foi all hands.
Demosthenes wnntid to keep them
over ut tho cruter all 'night, h that
they might not know tho limit of tho
Tho afternoon train sent oft for
the Volcano, those remaining wcro
taken In hand for the band toniert
mid dunce at tho open-air pavilion.
Tuesday tho first section of Vol
cano visitors returned nnd the sec
ond lot was sent off. Tho stoilcs
told us tho parties met make another
story. Those, remaining In illlo,
spent tho day seeing thu sights about
tho place. Tho homes of lending citi
zens were thrown open to luuiiy uii'i
every attention shown.
Wednesday, tho Inst day, was If
day of days. Work begun ut tho a
liiury curl In tho morning. Th
pluco w.ih decorated us never before.
Ferns and trees from the forest and
palms mid putted plants fiom homes
wero used with good ertect mid
lloucrs in profusion made u beauti
ful setting for tho tables stiewit with
ferns nnd (lowers nndifterwarda la
den witli tho tjplcal Hawaiian vl
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