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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., SATURDAY, MAY 2, 190S.
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What a Bulletin Vacation Trip Means?
IT MEANS JUST THIS
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, You want to take a week's outing at Haleiwa, we'll say. You write the Hotel manager for rates by the week. He tells you what it will cost you.
By looking at the BULLETIN VACATION BOOKLET, you find that for
lO Yearly Subscribers
or ay combination 'of 'subscriptions totaling JO years, or J 20 months, you may spend 7 days at Haleiwa. You get the JO years' subscriptions. We
' give you a round-trip ticket to Haleiwa and the
that you need to pay your board at that hotel. You tell us how much you need to pay your board- but you don't need to tell us where you are going
to stop or when you go. We do not publish your name or anyone else's name in connection with this offer
Iu telephoning, call up 250
and ask lcr Vacation Trip De-
It la positive! wlth.n your power
to take it vacation this year at tho
expenBo of tho IIUhLETI N. Von
do not go with a party, or to n resort
selected by tho 11 UI.I.GTI N, nor
Is It neceaiiary that any ono should
Know that jou uio going at the ex
pense of the 11 U I- L K T 1 N, hut, on
the conliary, you can visit any sum
mer le-sort and stop ut any hotel In
Hawaii that you desire. You niaku
jour own arrangements for board at
thu hotel jou will visit and bo when
you please. This mny seem Improb
able to jou, In view of tho offers herc
tofoio made-by newspapers, Jn popu
larity and other contests. Hut nllow
us to say right hero that this offer Is
different from anythliiB ever olforoJ
at any time by any publication.
NOT A CONTEST.
In tho flra't place, this offer Is posi
tively not a contest. You are work
ing for joursolf alone nnd not con
testing with anybody. Every ono who
destics can win a vacation trip Willi
Loard nnd round-trip fare, paid, to
any point In Hawaii or aitrlp to any
other place in tho United StateB, Ku
tope or Asia, and the Winning of n
vacation trip ent.a.118 absolutely no
publicity as far ns you aro concerned.
No ono need know either before, dur
ing, or after that you have been si
guost of the IIUMEITIN on your
vacation, unless you tell them your
self. WE GIVE YOU THE MONEY
' TO PAY YOHE OWN EXPENSES
Tho offer is simply a legitimate
proposition of reward for services
tendered. In tho pagci following you
will And a list of vacation resorts.
You select tho hotel nt which you
desire tostop, write to them and en
gage board, and make all other nr
tangements yourself. Merely telling
us how mucin money you want for
seven days' board and to what point
jou want your return trip ticket,
whether by railroad, steamer, stage,
or nil three combined, and we fur
nish you before you start with cash'
money for your board and with round
trip tickets. You may then go nt any
time that suits your pleasure or cbn
venlcnce. We do not know wheh you
go, where you Btop, or when you re
turn. NO ONE NEED KNOW THAT
YOU 00 AS A QUEST
OF THE BULLETIN.
All wo ask you to do is to bring to
us tho requtslto number of paid-ln-udvnnco-
subscriptions for tho trip
that you desire at the regular sub
scription price. Opposlto the namo
of each placo in this notico you will
find, the number of yearly subscribers
required to furnish you with a
week's vacation nt any hotel Ip that
particular tlty or town with Tioard,
room nnd round-trip ticket. The of
fer la simple and easily understood.
For Instance, you desire to spend n
week at Halelwu. It jou llvo In Ho
nolulu, you llml that It'icqulros ton
yearly subscribers to give you toven
days' board and room ut that popular
looit; J'ou wrlto tho hotel and ar-j
range for intes, loom, etc., and wneu
jour vacation Is ocr pay jour own
bill nt the hotel" with money furnish
ed you by tho II U I I H T I N . Tlu
proprietor of tho hotel only knows
jou us u usual summer visitor.
YOU MAY TAKE YOUR
FRIENDS WITH YOU.
Hut p'orhaps tho best way Is to cull
nt tho II U 1, 1. K T I N office, or write
for n book' of subscription blanks and
sample cop lei of tho II U L L E T I N
and then stait out and see how ninny
subscriptions you can got. Supposo,
for Instance, jou secure forty. You
then have enough to spend two weeks
at n twenty place, or you can take a
member of j-our family or a friend
and both hnvo a week's outing at a
twenty place; or jou can both stop
two weeks ut a ten placo; or you can
take thrco members of your family or
friends and stop n week nt a ten
place. In other words you can dlvldo
your subscriptions In any way yoi
please; you need not go yourself 'f
you do not care to, but can send rein
tlvc3 or friends.
RENEWALS COUNT THfTSAME .
i AS NEW' SUBSCRIPTIONS.
I You' will find nfter you have start
ed that It Is easy to got subscriptions
to the IMJLLETIN.
I The 11 U L L E T I N Is today the
cleanest, brightest newspaper In Ha
waii. It contains nil tho newB, local
and telegraphic, edited In a neat,
readable style, with absolutely none
of tho objectionable features. Thou
sands of people In the Territory of
Hawaii aro now rending the I1UL
I, E T I N and there it Is made easy
for you again, becauso you may go
to any one who Is now taking tho
IlULhETIN nnd paying for It by
tho month, nnd by securing their
pnfd-ln-ndvanco subscription, upply It
on J'our list, Just tho same as a new
subscription. We have oubscrlbers
on our books who havoNbeen tnklng
the UULLETIN for more than
thirty jears. What Is more probnbla
than that, somo of theso or soma of
your friends might give you a sub
scription for two, five or even for ten
years. And should you secure ono
five-year subscription It would count
on your list Just the same as Ave
yearly subscriptions. And your own
subscription counts Just the sumo ns
NOT NECESSARY TO GET
ALL 1-YEAR SUBSCRIPTIONS.
Another advantage which wo offer
Is In the manner In which you can
turn in your subscriptions. It Is nit
necessary that all your subscriptions
be for ono year; j'ou mny secure sub
scrlptlons for one month and they
will npply on your total number
counting ns one-twelfth of n yearly
subscription. For instance, supposo
jou securo ten yearly Daily subscrip
tions. Your list might read some
thing llko this: Tlnce yearly sub- Tho Volcano House Is a first-claw
bciibcrs, eight U-munth subscriptions, modern hotel, with comfortable up
slx 3-months' subset Iptlons. eight 2- polntments, nnd a table service that
lnonthB' subscriptions nnd two 1- Is not excelled, and hnrdly equaled
month subscriptions. The totnl of anywhere In the Islands. Locnted at
these subscriptions Is 120 months, or nn elevation or -I, 000 feet above Bcn-
the silno as ten yearly subscriptions, love:. Its climate Is cool und Invlgor-
Ycaily subscriptions to the Weekly utlng.
Edition of tho HUbbETIN count Tho return Is made Friday morn-
ns ono-clghth of n one-year Uallj ling, starting from the Volcano House
after an early breakfast, sailing from
YOU MAY GO ANYWHERE i " at 10 " "' t,ml arriving ut llo-
IN THE WORLD, noiuiu saiuruay forenoon.
. , . . . , , , ... I This trip can be had for 25 yearly
Bhou J jou deslro to take a trip -, ., ... !,..:,,. u ' '
. . ., .. .. .. .,;. Daily subscriptions, old or new,
ist, to Chicago, New York, or to any ' r '
other city or town In the United
Stntos, or Bbuutd you deslro to take u
trip to Km ope, cither by yourself or
by Joining n Cook's party, or to Jn
pau or China, call on or write tho
KAHULUI HIL0 ROUTE.
Tlmo required, 7 days (4 days at
Steamer sails every Friday nt 5
Vacation Trip Department nnd jou ,lVIo-k ., m. I,1.t,,rnin ..- titfi
will bo given full Information about nouh, SatuuIay r the week fonow.
routes and co3t, nnd will bo told Just 1;i,,
how many subscriptions will bo nee
ccsnry to earn tho trip,
On this route the S. S. Claudino
sails every Friday evening at
o'clock, touchtnir at the nort of La-
A FEW EXAMPLES OF SPLENDID halnn, Maul, at midnight, thence to
Kahulul on the same Island, arriving
nt daylight. From the deck of the
HIL0 ROUND TRIP ROUTE.
steamer, lying nt Knhulul can be seen
Mt. Haleaknla (House of 'the Sun)
, ..... ,a . .. Mt. Hnleakala (House of'tho Sun)
Time Inquired, 11 days days at g ,en Qut o, the
sea; this is the largest extinct crater
Volcano House). I
oieumer aa.ia ,, .uu,. , the wor,(, m,, th!rty m,e8 In
12 o'clock noon. Returning. Hono- crcutufer!nco t "the rop. ta 8loea
mm... u. u,. DU.u,u.., . - from those loan elevation of 1,000
waii f fil Iritis Inc I
feet and as far ns the eye'-can reach,
On this route the S. S. Mauna Ken
are covered pith growing sugar cane;
.(... t a x. r. II . II u.ovu.c.cur
m u ..-.. o. ... v.u. ,., , ..- hero ,g ,,,, tno Hawaiian Com
nolulu every Tuesday at 12 oclock ,,. ,, , r , hlullln.
noon. Passing the Islands of Molo- , the t of Ul,g
kal and Lanal In daylight, tho first a , awnl and , ,,
landing Is made at I.ahalna, on tho ,g ft' m0(Jcl n Ug no ,
Island of Maul, nbout dusk. On tho , . . .. . ,,.,, ,.,.
same Island landings aro made at about elx hour8 nffordlnB nn),)Ie tlme
tttx Ibid tt A nf lpn 1irm1rtam nh rt 1
tho Islands of Knhoolnwo nnd llolo
klnl are passed, in the night. First
landing on Hawaii Is mado at Kawnl-
Leaving Kahulul the steamer
touches at liana, Maul, and then Balls
fnr tl.'iwtill tmiphlni? nt I .ntinnlinnhnft
hne early Wednesday morning; all . .. .,
hour later Mahukonn Is touched; t(J o nrrvlng n the eBr'y forc.
.iivti, iuiuiu), .,,a in,, iiici it ctiu u. iiio
Island, tho steamer sails southeaster
ly along one of tho prettiest coast
lines In the world, touches nt Laupa
hochoo and at nbout 10 o'clack a. m.
noon Sunday The day and night nrc
Bpent at III l nnd on Monday morning
the Journey Is resumed by train, leav
ing at 7 o'clock.
rThn p.ttitpn la tiimln Vrldm mnpn
discharges her passengers at the rlllo , , h Vocano
ivlinrf .tin nnd it .lin Mnttna If ad'.
aftor an early breakfast, sailing from
JIllo at 10 a. in. nnd arriving ut Ho
nolulu Saturday forenoon.
This trip can be had for 25 yearly
Daily subscriptions, old or new.
wharf tho end of the Mauna Kea's
A stay of about four hours In Hllo
allows tho passenger to visit tho
many points of Interest in and about
this attractive little city.
Leaving Hllo at 2:15 p. a. of the
oamo day, by train, nnd passing HIL0 'CROSS-ISLAND ROUTE.
through the grea't Olaa Sugar l'lnn-t
tutlon, reach Olenwood (22 miles) Tlmo required, 7 days (3 dajs at
from Mid), tho ond of tho railroad Volcano House),
line, a little over nn hour later. Here Steamer falls every Tuesday at 12
change is made to Btagca, which go o'clock noon, Hcturnlng, Honolulu
for nine miles along a road lined with Is renched on the following Tuesday
beautiful tropical trees, ferns and in the early morning,
shrubbery, to the Volcano House (31 1 On this route tho S. S. Mauna Ken
miles from HHo) about dusk. Sit- of the I,-l. S. N. Co. line leaves-Hono-
unted ona the edge of the great crater lulu every Tuesday at 12 o'clock
this hostelry commands a splenuin'noon. Tnsslng the Islands of Molo-
view of Kllauca and Hnlemaumau kal and Lanal In daylight, the first
and surrounding country. Mauna Inn'dlug Is made nt Luhatna, on the
Loa and Mauna Ken i3,C7G feet and Island of Maul, nbout jlusk. On thu
13.82S feet, high, respectively) loom Barae Island landings are made at Mc-
up on the west und north, wuiie Oregor's Landing nnd Makenn, and
away to tho Bouth tho blue waters of tho Islands of Knhoalawo and Ma'lo-
tho ocean are plainly visible on clear klnl nro passed, In tho night. First
days, landing on Hawaii Is made nt Kawal-
lino early Wednesday morning; nn
hour Inter Mahukuna Is touched;
tlinn tnrnttif Ilin finrttiArti fml nf fhit
Island, the steamer sails southeaster
ly along ono of the prettiest coast
lines In tho world, touches at aupa
hoehoe und 'at about 10 o'clock a. m.
discharges her passengers at the Hllo
wharf the end of tho Mauna Kcus
A stay of nbout four hours in Hllo
allows the passenger to visit th?
many points of Intercut In and nbout
this attractive llttlo city.
'Leaving Hllo at 12:lli p. in. of tho
same day, by train, nud passing
through the great Olaa Sugar Plan
tation, reuch Olenwood (22 miles
from Hllo), the end or tho railroad
line, a little over an hour later. Hero
chango Is made to stages, which go
for nine miles along n rond lined
with beautiful tropical trees, feme
and shrubbery, to tho Volcano House
(31 miles from Hllo) nbout dusk.
Situated on the edge of the great
crater, this hostelry commands a
splendid view of Kilauea and Hale-
mnumau und surrounding country.
Mauna Loa und Mauna Kca U-,
feet and 13,825 feet high, respect
ively) loom up on tho west and
north, while nway to the south the
bluo waters of the ocean are plainly
visible on clear days. (,,,
The Volcano iiouse Is n flrst-clas"
modern hotel, with comfortable ap
pointments, anil a table service that
Is not excelled, nnd hardly equaled
anywhere In the Islands. Located at
an elevation of 4,000 feet above sea
level, Its climate Is cool and Invlgor
It Is a good place In which to spent!
a fortnight, and there are enough
places of interest to visit In the
neighborhood to make such a Btay
one continued pleasure.
Itcturiilnt', the S. B. Mauna Loa of
the lnter-lslund line Balls from Ho
nunpo on alternato Sundays and Wed
nesdays. Leaving tho Volcano House
at C o'clock In the morning, by stage,
Pahala, the relay station, Is reached
at half-past 10 o'clock. Here, while
the teams aro being changed and tho
through malls made up, a sugar mill
mny be seen In operation. Resuming
the stage Journey, Honuapo U reach
ed In time to board the good ship
Mauna Loa sailing n't 1 o'clock p. in.
on tho homeward Journey.
Turning the southern end of the
Island, nnd sailing northwesterly,
along the coast, the native villages
of Hoopuloa nnd Hookena aro passed,
and In the early night nnchor Is cast
m Henlakckun Hay, where daylight
Is awaited for tho lightering of enrgo.
In tho morning, Volcano passengers
are furnished a launch and crew,
without extra charge, for a trip
across the bay to Capt. Cook's monu
ment, und lire then taken to Napoo
poo, where may be seen the ruins of
an ancient native heiau, or temple.
Those wishing to enjoy a beautiful
carriage drlvo may leave the Btcamer
here and go overland to Kallua, a dls
tnnco of nbout 16 miles, at an extra
expense of 12.50 each when there are
two or more In one vehicle, or $t.0:
for a slnglo fare. Tho steamer can
bo taken again at Kallua.
Steamer leaves Kallua at noon,
tnnkes n landing at McUregor's Land
ing, bn Mnul, at 8 p. m and nt La-
hnlna nt 10 p. in., nnd reaches Hono
lulu tho next morning at daylight.
This trip can be had for 25 yearly
Daily subscriptions, old or new.
HALEAKALA AND IA0
Leave Honolulu by S. S. Claudino
Friday, f p. m. nnd arrive Kahulul
C a. in. Saturday. Leave Kahulul Im
mediately and nrrlvo Wr'luku by
train, 7 a. in. Saturday and Sunday
spent nt Wnlluku. Trip up lao Val
ley cither Saturday or Sunday. Leave
Wnlluku fbr I'ala Monday tnoruliig
nnd arrive at I'ala 8 a. m. Leave
I'ala Immediately by carriage nnd
nrrlvo Makawao. Leave Makawao
on horseback nt 10 a. m. and arrive
at summit 4:30 p. hi. Monday night
epent nt summit of Halenkala. Leave
summit at uny time desired Tuesday
morning and nrrlvo nt Makawao In
tho afternoon nnd tako carriage for
I'aln. Tuesday night and Wednes
day spent cither at Pula or Wnlluku.
Leave Kahulul Wednesday C p. n.
and arrive Honolulu at dayllgnt
This.trip can.be had for 25 yearly
Daily' subscriptions, old or new.
From Honolulu to
ports below and Yearly
Kind, Maul ..
Klecle, Kauai , . .
Walmea, Kauai i
Ahuktui, Kuiial .
Klpaliulu, Maui . ,
Kukulhnclc, Hawaii . . . . .
Luupahochoe, Hawaii . . .
Haleiwa, Oah'u .........
Ten contestants who combine vlll
be given special inducements on ap
plying at tr.e BULLETIN offlcs
or 'phoning Vacation Dept. 256.
Moloknl, all points
Lahalna, Mnul . . . .
Nnwlllwlll, Kauai .
McOregor's, Maui .
Kahulul, Maul . . . .
Elcelo," Kauulr 13
Nuu, Maul .........
Mahukona, Hawaii . . .
Kawalhae, Hawaii . . .
Kukulhaele, Hawaii .
Honokaa, Hawaii . . , .
Paauhau, Hawaii ....
Keauhou, Hawaii . . , .
Napoopoo, Hawaii , , .
Hookena, Hawaii . . . .
Hoopuloa, Hawaii . . .
Honunpo, Hawaii , . .
Round trip to:
San Francisco ,
Los Angeles . .
Vancouver . . .
. ... so
. . . . 9C
$25. Cash with Hound-Trip Ticket
Included In nil Coast and foreign cities.
CALL ON OR WRITE TO THE VA-.
CATION TRIP DEPARTMENT OF
THE BULLETIN. JUST SAY
THAT YOU DESIRE TO EARN A
VACATION TRIP AND YOU WILL
BE SUPPLIED WITH SUBSCRIP
TION BLANKS, SAMPLE COPIES OF
THE BULLETIN, AND WITH
FULL INFORMATION. AND.RI0HT
HERE LET US TELL YOU THAT
NEITHER YOUR NAME NOR ANY
ONE'S NAME WILL EVER BE PUB
LISHED IN THE BULLETIN IN
CONNECTION WITH THIS OFFER.
A POSTAL CARD WILL BRING
YOU EVERYTHING NECESSARY
TO START TO WORK.
From ports below to
Nawlllwlll. Kauai ....
I McQregqr's, Maul 16
SHOULD THERE BE A HOTEL OR
SUMMER RESORT ANYWHERE
NOT GIVEN IN THE LIST THAT;
I YOU DESIRE TO VISIT, NOTIFY
THE VACATION TRIP DEPART-
MENT, GIVING PARTICULARS.AND
YOU WILL BE INFORMED OF THE
NUMBER OF SUBSCRIPTIONS NEC-
,ESSARY TO EARN A WEEK'S VA
(CATION AT THAT PLACE.
You can send anyone in your place.
Old and new subscriptions have the same value.
v At Sco On Her
Trial Spin Today
Tho yacht Hawaii, built with sub
scribed funds here for tho local cutty
in tho trnns-I'aclflc Uaco which was
to havo been engineered by tho Los
Angelea yachtsmen, but which Is still
hanging In the wind, Is on her trial
spin this afternoon, with committee
men, crow, nnd representatives of tho
press aboard. This Is not the first
tlmo tho boat has been to son, as she
was sailed out two days ago by the
builder, Alex. Lyle, without the pre
vious knowlcdgo of tho committee.
However, this is her official speed
test, ami may bo considered her first
spin, as It is said that the formor run
was merely for the purpose of getting
her rigging stretched.
Members of the committee, how
ever, continue to bo vory much put
out ovor tho fact thnt tho builder
took tho yacht to bc.i without con
sulting tho committee, and some of
them oven consider It a direct slur
on the men who hnvo charge of tho
yacht, us custodians of tho public
funds subscribed to bullit her,
Thoy pooh-pooh tho Idea that Lylo
took her out as the builder, on a
builder's trial trip, ns ho was build
ing the boat by day-labor, and did not
have a contract, and there was no
time ut which lie was formally to
turn the cruft over to the committee,
which had complete contiol of It
from the first, according to their un
derstanding. The boat Is being sailed this nfter
noon by Lyle. In enso tho trans-Pa-clflc
Race Is over mado n go, ho will
probably bo tho Bkip'pcr ut tho time,
though this Is not assured.
On her former trial, tho boat walk
ed along 'nicely in a light breeze,
which did not put her rail under wa
ter. A good breeze, It gotten outside
the harbor today, will show for the
first tlmo conclusively what tho boat
can do in tho way of speed.
Ml fi.VMl snn
Good crowds attended tho games of
baseball played ut Mooheau Park, Hl
lo, last Sunday, as tho second of a
series being played there. Tho crowd
was .oven larger than on tho preced
ing Sundaj', when a good number had
been present. Flno ball was played
throughout, except In tho first Inn
ings of tho opening game, when tho
II. A, C.'s hit tho toboggan In their
contest with the Moohenus so hard
that the thump was clearly audible
all over tho grand stand.
It wis Moohenus vs. H. A. C.'s And
tho gamo had no sooner started than
tho Mooheuus started to lino them
out. They Just scored nine that Inn
ing, that's nil. The handicap was
too awful and tho II. A. C.'s could
do nothing with it. They tallied two
und the Mooheaus udded two to their
score. Totnl, 11 to 2.
In the second game between tho
Nanhvns and tho Hllos there was a
terrlblo awakening for tho Hllos,
bllghtly chesty ns they were. It seem
ed u pity to beat the little Japanese
who hud Just graduated from the Ju
nior ranKs, so the Hllos didn't do it.
It took them eleven Innings not tu
do It, Tho Nnnlwas scored once and
bo did tho Hllos, but not until the
eleventh did tho Jupancso rap out the
Tomorrow's games will ho; 1:30,
IIIIob vs. II. A. C; 3:00, Nnnlwas vb.
STANDING. OF THE TEAMS
P. W. L. Pet.
Moohenus 2 2 0 1000
II. A. C.' ........ 2 1 1 500
Nanlwas 2 l'l 600
Hllos 2 0 2 000
The regular Sunday games of tho
Riverside DaBoball League will bo
livid at Aula Park tomorrow after
noon beginning with 2 o'clock. The
teams which will play are the Japan
eso vs. the C. A. C. In tho first game,
nnd the KaalaB vs. tho Chinese Alo
has In tho second match. All of the
teams nro playing good ball, "the, Jap
anese bojs In particular putting up '
nn exhibition of tho American game
which Is surprising the fans nfter tho"
rather poor showing they made last
Great crowds saw tho games last
Sundaj', nnd It Is confidently believed
thnt the crowds will not hnvo greatly
diminished this time, at tho Aala
Park games nro nomilar. nnd eood
ball Is usually Been there. . ,i
This Is the second Sunday ot the
league, which had n grand opening,
R It a
Miss Ethel Amwcg, formerly of"Ho-
nolulu, wns a member of Governor
Olllct'a party which went to Sau
Diego lo meet tho floet.