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Tho Lilliputians have certiiinl) hud
n Bala time from beginning to cud
Their performances havo given lileas
- tiro to hundreds who ulslilly wIihoff. I
with wonder these rimer tots. They
niado friends everywhere and when
ever jioselblc .Mrs. Chester allowed
them to bo taken possession of by
their .new-made friends. Water pat
ties, surfing, liathltiK, everything that
could ho thought of for their pleas
uru, was done. In many cases life
long friendships were runner and
when they letuni iu two j ears' time
or less tho Iioiiich of Honolulu will
i-eom like their own. Tla-lr last nlKht
at the Orphcum was an unusual one.
After tho performance tho friends of
the company In tho vast utidlcm-o
went on the stage nud a spontaneous
reception was held, tears mid innirli.
ter closely mingling wllh the u-giot
unci pleasure or the evening, for the
Lilliputians sailed Tor San Kranclt-co
at 1L' o'clock on Thursday night, go
ing, In many cases, directly from the
Orphcum to supper at tho Alexander
Young Cafe, their many admhors
motoring or driving them to tho ship.
There was a pretty little teem- Just he
foro the curtain went down at the the
ntre, for the whole company sang
"Atllil tang Syne." everybody Joining
III and singing with a will. At the
ship they were covered with lcls and
given many presents. Among tlioso
who have been tlio entertnln'ers or thu
Lilliputians are Princess Kawnnaii'i
koa. Mrs. 8. Parker. Mrs. Walter Mac
furlane. Mrs. Purdy, Mis. Harrison,
Miss Madge McPniidlcss, Miss Alice
Ilodc maun, Mis Carmen Clowe, Iho
Misses Lady, Helen and Alice Macfar
lane, Mrs. Itctiton, Mrs Drown mid
Mr. and Mrs. Kric Knudben will
hOOtl DUBS tlllOIICll Honolulu mi lhnl,.
way to New- York for a few months.
Mrs. Knudsen'B Bitter Is coming out
from Norwav nnd will spend some
time with her slBter on Kaii-il.
Mrs. Wultor 1'ix-ai-, as has ulioady
been said in tills column, will not io
colve until Eastor Monday. She wiy
l)e assisted by lier sister-in-law, Mrs.
Harold Dillingham and a number of
ether pretty brides.
$Mr. B. Orlggs Holt Is expected from
Shanghai In two weeks. ,
Judge mid Mrs. Raiifuid II. Dole
entertained the "Research Club" (it
their ioeIiIoiico mi nuiniu street Tues
day evening. It was n most interest
ing affair, light rrfreilinieiits eonrliid
! lug n niORi enjoyable evening.
Miss Carmen Clowe, a beautiful
oung girl fiom Woodl.nvn, guest of
the Hocloninnn's Is receiving much so
cial alien! Ion
Mr and Mrs II. M m Holt and
f.inillv me at their WnlklM place for
n few weeks.
Mrs. William II. Avcr wad a
through passenger on tho Hn.igkuig
Mr. Howard Hedcmann Is quite ill
at his parents' lesldcico at Walklkl.
THE NOT HAWAII
The interest In and about the
beautiful specimen of marine ari-lil-tecluie
presented In tho yacht Ha
waii dues not seem to diminish, al
though thele is tho usual slow
movement of capital to add to thu
needed funds. Of late, turnover, C.
M. I'ooke, the banker, donated ?'-".
mid Senator John M.'Dowsetl pl.ic.cd
$1(10; P. C. June.) ludleUod he would
give Jiuo, mill probably will, but
tlioie I) about JL'fiOU more iociil.-cil
to make n clean Mate.
The pictt-looLlng yacht luiH.becn
again h.iuled up on tho murine rail
way for needed attention, which tail
be more handily given there than If
sho wero In tho water. Her masts
and spars, consisting of foro and
main masts, foro nnd main topmasts,
main nnd foro booms, and bowsprit,
ai lived this morning by tho steamer
Nebraska!!, froni San Kranelsco, hav
ing been shipped by Mr. Clowning-
shield from lloston, per steamer Mn
Icau to San KrauclMo mid thence
transhipped hither. Captain Lylo
has already taken chargo of this nee-oj-sary
paraphernalia and will bring
them alongside tho yacht today. Tills
newly nrrlved addition to tho titling
out of II a wall's prido cost In tho
neighborhood of $1100. There Is nl
way) a goodly crowd of interested
people visiting tho yacht, mid tomor
row will bring an added number to
seo her na she lests on tho niarlno
i all way.
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Tho following cargo arrived today
by tho steamer Mauna Ken: 2 bcixos
pigs, 3 boxes chlckons. 5 empty acid
carboys, 0 empty wine barrels, 8 bales
uwa, 12 horses, .1C packages vego
tables. 21 lords wood, 2 empty kegs,
jj uarrois . empty licit tes. 31 bat
bones, 237 pieces koa lumber. 25,"i
pieces oliinl Hob, 171 packages sun-
KVKNINQ IIULLCT1N, HONOLULU, T. II., SATtfllDAY,
Grocer for it
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Sketches Possibilities Of
His Island In-'
OUTSIDE SUGAR, FHUIT
IS JlOSr PROMISING
Ordinnry Vegetables Do Not Furnish
the Basis of Much Prosperity.
. Maui Magnate on Cottce
(Special to tho Ilullelln).
I'mmi'iu, Maul, April C Hon. 11.
P. Ilaldwlu whose experience in the
agricultural ludiistiies of tho Islands
is Hcccmd to none was asked today by
the It ii I lot in representative for a
brier iolew of Iho agricultural enter
prison of Iho Tenltory with a special
view to tno dou-lopmeut of Maul.
Mr. Daldwln has been lullmi-lely
nhhoelaled with thu progrefs of tho
biigar Industry and is reputed to bo u
man or great wealth but ho has al
ways been a tremendous woiker. lie
hnB worked In tho Holds, hu lies drum
everything tVro hi to do In tho' way
oi manual Ub i-. Ho wan bom and
inlted in Haw-ill and Is a splendid
repudiation of lb- Idea tli.it tlm "trop
ical climate or Ii iwall takeB thel
energy out or while men.
Mr. Ilaldnlu iu tiiPdng of agrleul
turo look up tho various possibilities
iu dotnll. Although talking at i.uidoni
ho had each Industry thoroughly
sketched out hefoio ho passed on to
tho next ono. Of course sugar was
first In mind and In tills connection
Mr. Daldwln bald:
"Somo varlcllosi or Mignr rano me
Indigenous on Maul and on tho other
islands. Iu very eaily days, before,
oiiinmls weio allowed In roam at
large, thcEo indigenous varieties glow
on tho slopes or Huleakala, especially
on tho liana and windward sldo of
"Tho sugar Industiy did not amount
to much on tho Islands, until about
liifiO. Tho prico or sugar went up
very much at that tlmo In cohku.
queuco or the Civil War, and now
plantations were started throughout
tho Islands. PiovIohh to lSi;o, tho
total crop of tho Islands amonutod
I to about 3,C00 tons. I
j "During tho seventies, tho largest
I crop mi the Islands up to that tlme.i
j was taken-off on Maul at tho Pioneer)
I .inn wo., i.auniua, ami amounted to
2.000 tons. This, nt that time, was
I considered an enormous crop. The
crops or most ot tho plantations tit
j that time nAornged fiom 500 to 000
. tons per annum.
I "Tho tnt.il cum on Mnnl In mm:
was 102-niio tons, of "which amount
7fi,52 tons wero shipped from Kahu
1 ill. .
"Tlieie is still further opportunity
for expansion iu thu sugar business
on Maul, though to what extent it is
mmcuit to K.iy.
unising coffee on Maul haa not
been M-r siicccbKful, owing largely
lo Hie high pi ice of labor. Tho coffee
fai-lni) at llonoliiil, Maul. Is the onlv
one on the Inland, so far as I know.
Wo hae at llouolu.i about S3 acres
iu colTee, iali.eil from (iuatemal.i seed.
Tlio coffee business there has not
boon fciiceohsrul so far, but we nro
always hoping (hat It will pay hoiAo
thing 'next year.' Small coffee farms
on other parts of tho Island. I uudei.
iitand, nio unsuccessful, and some cor
tulnly hae been glon up.
"The plneapplo Industry In mv
opinion w undoubtedly bo a pros
perous one. Tho Island canned plno
apples lulng hKh niicos in tho imir.
kels, more espcrlally in Iho United
Slates and Cnglniid.
"So far ll. Haiku Krult & I'.icklng
wo., i.tii , is the only pineapple com
pany that has a canneiy on this it.
land. It Is located at Haiku, on tho
inuils or the Maul Agilcultiir.il Co.
"Pineapples nro raised successfully
in other parts of Maul, and I expect
to sco other canneries erected. There
nro thousands, of acres In. thin vlnin
lly, between about 3U0 nnd llion foot
t-lovntloii, whoro pineapples can bo
lalsed very successfully, nnd where
wo could noL raise cano succossfully
"This Industry does not In anyw.i
Inlcirere with tho cano business. Tlio
iiniount of water, or rain icqulrcd Tor
pineapples, is not more thun 3.". to
10 per cent of Hint required for earn
"On the liana lj of tho Islnnd,
there Is also a orv laigo amount of
land wheie pliMnpj-lei could bo nilsecl
unccisBfull, iiu.i ul6o In the Ulup.ila
"Hubber glows finely In tho Nnhlku
region, and tho coninantes ioimoii tn
rnlBo rubber Iu that region nro very
ciilliuslnstlc about tho nroanoeilvn m.
suits. To it certain oxtcnt howover,
tho Industry Is In Its Infancy, and wo
I win unow more about It on Maul,
when tho trees are old enough to bo
tapped. Tho Indications, however,
am Hint lubber will t;lwt uu a fair
APIt. 11, lflOS,
lave lou I ried
S RBr VvPHKv yV97 4flfflTTlr
iolil on this Island.
"There are other pints or Maul
whoro rubber can bo raised Just as
well as nt Nnhlku.
"Sisal has been tried In small quan
titles on this Island, but iiinliahN in
no place to tho extent that wo h.i.el
lit Haiku, mi tho Mmtl A1.H..11I11.. ,1 1
Co.'s lands. It wns 11 poor plsce, hmv"!
ecr, in pinni sisal in my opinion, ns
me laiii.iiui grows mere ver Wgc.i I
flllsK' Illtd lli J.nu ,,f I, .. ,...!.... .1... I
land clean was bo great, that wvlKl
iinuio iiuauiicineii ino iniiustry pfur
spending scveial ibous.iiid ilniinu I
The sisal, however, Is still growing'
among tho l.mtana. and may In tlm
even clioko It out. Thcie 1.1 e these
who think It will.
"Corn, beans, pntntner. and like
irgi-liihlcs lire grown micci-Hfullv In
tho K11I.1 region at fioui 3 to 1,11110
feet eloviillon, but theio Is not lunch
1'iofit Iu tho buslnohs, nud on Mime
lauds the raising or thcbo vegetables
has been abandoned.
"Tho soil In the Killa dlstilct Is
ery ilch, but not deep, ami the r.iln
Inll, as n inle, not very heavy.
"I am now halug tho sum ln
tested In tint region, and It mas
prove 11 inclinable bean to- uilho for
tho mijii factory In Honolulu. .
"(Impos, peaches and homo kind
of berries glow- well nud succesiirullj
on the Mopes or Htilenknln, and these
IrultB ripen at ioist tluco inontl-s be
roio they ripen Iu Cilifornla. with
good refrigerator sIciiiiiui-h iu Kiihii
lul. It has nlways been my heller th-11
then) Is no reason why Iho above
fruits could not bo raised hero sue
cessfully and ti unshipped to San
"This, of coin-so, would bo an in
dustry to bo consldc-ioil In fiilun
when we got 11 regular service 0'
good refrigerator stcomerB."
il IIISI S1IIE?
Something imibt have turned up
to please you. Whnt? In perfect
health again? That Is indeed good
nows. Tans,iin and exeielse. n lmtiin
of this delicious mlneial water each
morning before break'nut nnd when
ever thirsty during tho dny. Itlnc
up 171 and oider a small family case.
Tho recleinl (Jrand Jury for the
April term meets on nnt Miuwinv Tim
t-uso of John Wynno, tho man who
criiBneu 1110 sxtill of Officer JlelClnnon
ni inu uosecruns, will bo 0110 of Iho
moit liiiporinnl cases. The schooner
Lady plrnten will alio bo tnod.
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Hats Flower and Ribbons
Just received1 the latest and most
up-tordate styles and shapes.
We are also showing a new line
of Black Voil Skirts, these are
right from .the factory and are
chip and natty.
HOT CROSS BUNS
TOR FKIDAY, SATUrniAY, and SUNDAY.
Pretty Caiady Rabbits
A SWELL LINE OF THESE TRETTY EASTER TOYS.
MAHY EASTER NOVELTIES
Hoane-Kado and Guivchcr's
IN E A S T E R BOXES.
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