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VEN1N0 BULLBWN, HONOLULU, T. II., FTUDAY, MAY 22, 1008.,
Tywsr,T- '': -.'wthw" "-7 JSfwwwyj'iiiapi;
NEW TYPES of
Predominant Styles seen at
The New Waltz Dream Sailor
Tbe Charlotte Corday
or Normandy Hats
The New Mob Cap
The Merry Widow Sailor
The Fleet Sailor
Many of the above will be
shown for first time this week
SEEN BY LECKENBY
Points Out Many Chance Which the
Hawaiian Farmer Might
A. II. I.eckenby, an expert horticul
turist who arrived hero n Bhort tlmo
ogo, yesterday afternoon gavo nil In
structive talk be for o tho meeting of
tho Promotion Committee. After n
few Kcncrnl remarks on tho advance
of the American farmer from a plod
ding und poor tiller of tho soli to tha
xclciitlflc nnd well-to-do former of to
day, he spoke of tho mnny advantages
which Hawaii had to offer tho home
seeker. What was needed was tho
sending of an Invitation to tho people
on tho mainland, many of whom wero
still very Ignorant as to tho rent state
of affairs horo.
Among tho small Industries which
had Btrtick the spcakor ns having good
possibilities was tho Hawaiian weav
ing, while tho cultivation of citrus
fruit might also bo mado very advan
tageous, ns tho Territory would be
ablo to send fruit to tha mainland
when it was out of season there. Ha
waii was one great hothouse, nnd ad
vantago should bo taken of this fact.
Lcckcnby went on to recommend
that somcono Invest In n big spraying
outfit with which to combat tho insect
pests which do so much damago to.
certain plants. Ho believed that n
man with such an outfit could do per
ceptible benefit here, and hinted that
ho might Invest In such a machine
himself. Hd also recommended tho
scientific production of choice flowers,
showing tho possibilities of this trade
by stating that ho had In Now Jer
sey an orchid .which had yielded him
nn nntiiml Income of $200 for the pafct
twenty years. Ho also pointed out
tho fact that Hawaii could raise seed
with which to supply tho icst of tho
world, her climate being particularly
suit for such an Industry.
LECXUEE ON CHOLERA
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THE STORE WITH THE MONEY-BACK POLICY.
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that Picture knock around without a Frame any longer.
In our big stock of over 1,000 new frames, with 300
different kinds, there is just the one thnt will set oil your
picture to the best advantage.
They are handsome frames, in French Gold, Green
Gold, Satin Finish, and Oxidized Silver, all personally se
lected in New York by the proprietor.
" PRICES ARE FROM 30c TO $4.50.
ALL SIZES AND SHAPES.
Honolulu Photo Supply Co.,
Dr. A. N. Sinclair delivered tho lost
of tho present series of popular Hod
Cross lectures for tho public at Cen
tral Union church last night. His sub
ject was "Cholera."
Cholera, Dr. Sinclair said, Is tho
most fatal dlscaso that occurs In epi
demic form, next to plague tho mor
tality being SO per cunt. Ho said that
an ounco of prevention was better
than a pound of cure, ttio prophylactic,
or preventive, measuro being most Im
portant. All merchandise and pas
sengers' effects must bo dtslnfactcd,
necessitating tho passengers them
selves to undergo careful observation
In satisfactory quarters, for a period
of flvo days before departure. Food
stuffB offered for salo should bo under
sunctllancc, especially fruits. Most
Important of nil Is tho question of
drinking water. It is tho duty of all
governments, at all times, not only
during a cholera epidemic, to supply
a community with puro drinking wat
, TOOK HIS MONEY
SUPPLIES GF ALL KINDS.
The Best Cigars and Tobacco.
and JiYBTLE CIGAR STORE.
Join the Harrison Mutual Association
now. Special Dispensation
May and June.
J. H. TOWNSEND Secretary
(Continued from Page 1)
The lady smiled to her examiner
and denied pleasantly having" over re
ceived tho money. Sho had n hus
band somewhere, sho snld, but sho
did nut appear to be very certain on
tho subject, Howcvor, sho did not
caro to marry the Portuguese.
"Whcro she got tho monoy for her
clo'cs?" enquired tho man. "Look at
dem kicks, mid do hat with do feath
ers und de pompom on do back of da
neck. I don't want my money buck,
but I want to marry with her. Sho
been promise, mo sure."
Tho lady looked at her stylish.
high-heeled footgear nnd smiled.
And tho Deputy scratched his head.
Then ho advised tho complainant
that ho was probably better oft single
than he would be If ho married n lady
with such expensive tastes. Ho told
htm to go home 'and think It over,
and tho lady smiled pleasantly and
KAKO In Honolulu, Hawaii, May IB,
1008. to tho wlfo of Henry Kaco, a
HOC-OS In Honolulu, Hawaii, May
21, to Mr, and, Mrs. W. H. Hoogs, n
NAL.UAI May 22, 1908, to Mr. and
Mrs. P. M. Nalual, a daughter.
Official Schedule Issued by President.
Includes .Date of Return to
Washington, Mny 8. The Presi
dent has determined that tho famous
cruhroof tho Atlantic battleship licet
shall be ns logical nnd historically
correct as It Is successful
Kor that reason the fleet has been
ordered, or so much of It ns will re
turn by tho eastern route, to touch
the shores of the United States again
first nt Hampton Roads, the point of
It Is expected thnt they will steam
Into Hampton Itoads February 22,
190D. ThtiB thcro Will be a double
holiday. Tho President will have a
short timo moic In ofllre after Feb
ruary 22, 1909, and as ho b.ulo tho
ships adieu, ho will wclconio them
He will not only receive theso but
albo tho battleships now complete on
the Atlantic coast, those which will
bo In commission by Washington's
birthday, 1909, and nil the moderniz
ed old" battleships nnd cruisers In
these waters. It will be a monster
aggregation nnd a monster demon
stration. Itinerary Announced.
Following is the official Itinerary
of tho crutso of the fleet In the Paci
fic ns given out by tho Navy Depart
ment: Sail from San Francisco July 7; dis
tance to next port, 2100 miles; days at
Honolulu Arrive July 10, sail, July
23; distance to next port, 3.850 miles;
days nt'scn, 16; days In port T.
Auckland Arrived Aug, 9; sail,
Aug. IS; distance to next port, 1284
miles; dnys nt sea, C; days In port, 6.
Sydnoy Arrive, Aug, 20; sail, Aug.
27; dlstnnco to next port 575 miles;
days at sea, 3; days In port, 7.
Melbourno Arrived Aug. 29; sail,
Sept C; distance to next port, I3hu
miles; dnys at sen, G; days In port, 7.
Albany Arrlvo Sept. 11, sail Sept.
17; dlslanco to next port, .1300 miles;
days nt sen, 14; dayB in port, C.
Philippines Arrive Oct 1; sail, Oct.
10; distance to next port, 1750 miles;
dnys at sea, 7; days In port, 9.
Yokohama Arrlvo Oct. 17; sail.
Oct 24; distance to next port, 1843
miles; days at sea, E; days In port, 7.
Amoy (2d sq.) Arrlvo Oct. 29; sail
Nov. 4; distance li next port, BGG
miles; dnys at sea, 3, days In port, 7.
Manila (1st sq.) Arrlio Oct. 31;
(2d hq.) arrlvo Nov. 7
April 0 Approved, (Signed)
Start for Suez December 1st.
As will be noted, tho departure of1
the fleet from San Francisco will be
on July 7. It wilt make stops at
Honolulu, Auckland, Sydney, Mel
bourne, Albany, then (passing the
Philippines) to Yokohama, Amoy
and then to Manila.
At Manila thcro will bo target
practice nnd then It Is supposed the
ships will begin (ho return voyage by
the Suez route about December 1.
Tho stops' on the homeward Journey
will be Singapore, Colombo, Suez,
Malta, several Mediterranean ports
which arc to bo visited by parts of
tho squadron, and then straightaway
to Hampton Itoads.
ON ENTERTAINING LIST
Old Man-of-War's-Man Has Suggestion
That Will Help Out he
"I don't want to butt In on this
Fleet business," raid nil old manof
w at's-man this morning, "but haling
been in the navy I think I h:io n sue
gestlou thnt Is worth while.
"1 believe the entertainment com
mittee would And It will help mnttciB
a gieat deal If they would divide their
committee. Into three subcommittees
ono for the officers, ono for tho war
rant officers mill ono for tlic enlisted
men. Thoso committees while work
ing together would be Independent In
dealing with the guests of the Fleet.
"As a member or head of tho en
listed men's sub-commlttca I would
suggest a man llko Paddy llyan, who
Is an old man nf-war s-man and theie
foro knows what tho men llko nnd Is
thoroughly at homo with them. Carry
out tho same Idea with tho warrant
oftlrer committee If possible. There
arc qulto n number of citizens here
who have sorted In tho navy and
they should bo brought Into action.
"Onrtley, for Instnnce, Is ulwajs
thought of first when it conies to deal
ing with tho officers. Ho has been In
tho navy. Now follow- out tho snmo
plan wjth the non-commlssloncd o di
cers nnd enlisted men. I 'think you
will find that it works out to perfection."
LAUNCHES AND AUTOS
FOR FLEET VISITORS
Steps toward tho worklnc out of the
transportation problems which will
arise in connection with tho entertain
ment of tho fleet were taken yesterday
afternoon at n meeting of tho Trans
portation Committee held In thu'rooms
of J. F. Morgan. Ma'Jor Purdy, who
was added to tho committee nt the
meeting, and 3y It. Jordan wero np
polntcd ns n launch-committee, and It
will bo their duty 'to meet trains for
Pearl Harbor at n given point with
launches to connect tho passengers
with tho excursion steamers. They
will also bo In chargo of tho launchci
In which tho officers will bo taken oil
through tho lochs.
Fred C. Smith, on behalf of the
Oahti ltnltroad & Land Co., stated
that tho company would run a special
train to Wnhlawn during Fleet Week
starting from Honolulu at 9 n. m., and
returning In time fur lunch, nt a ratu
of 75c. for tho round trip
Tho Transportation Commltteo Is
endeavoring to get figures on tho hire
of six nutomobllcs to be placed nt tho
exclusivo service during Fleet Week
of Hecrctury of Navy Mctcalf, Admiral
Spcrry nnd the admirals commanding
tho four divisions of tho fleet.
Present nt tho meeting were F. K.
Richardson, Major Purdy. 11. F. Dil
lingham, Gus. Schuinan, C. II. Ilcllluii,
F. C. Smith. J. C. Qulnn, Q. F. Hon-
shall, S. It. Jordan and W. Thompson.
SAILORS' RESTING PLACES.
J. A. GILMAN
Shipping and Commission Merchant
FIRE AND MARINE
AGENT FOR '
Arthur Sewall & Co., Bath, Maine
Parrott & Co., San Francisco
Aachen and Munich Fire Insurance Co.
Tho popularity of tho bait for tho
enusieu men is suown rjy mo roilow
tng from the Cull:
Tho California club Is metaphorical
ly, tearing its hair. Two thousand
five hundred tickets woro tho limit
for Invitations to thu bluejackets' ball,
but 6,000 disappointed maidens arc
talking, and declining, und announcing
omphntlcally that "they never saw
anything so mean " It seems that
somo of tho California club members
did not evince much Interest in the
schemo for the pleasure of tho enlist
ed men at tho start, but since tho Idea
has met with so much appreciation not
only from tho men themselves but
from tho admiral and his officers,
mnny are coming forward and claim
ing their right to Invito guests on tho
strength of their memborshln.
But Mrs. Cornwall Is standing Arm.
"It Is not for the benefit of tho club
that this affair was got up," she says.
"Hod I thought that tho women of the
club would demand so many tickets 1
would not havo asked 12G organiza
tions to Invito their prettiest girls for
tho occnslon. As It Is, most of these
girls hnvo had new gowns mado and
been happy In planning tho good tlmo
they -wero to have. And now well, I
havo Just 10ft tickets left and 6000
more girls aro clamoring for theirs.
What shall I do? I don't know., it's
a shaino to disappoint thomr, but I
suppose something will ho dono," ami
Mrs. Cornwall looked decidedly wor
ried. 0 0O
Back up this movement, to Imprev.
th. rtr.ttt and sld.walki.
Chief of Police lllggy hnd n confer
ence yesterday at tho St. Franclso Ho
tel with Lieutenant-Commander Coles
who will be In chargo of tho naval
patrol, and who will work In conjunc
lion with tho Police Department, sayi
tho San Francisco Chronicle. I.leu
tennnt-Commnndcr Coles will keep n
watchful cya over tho jacklcs ashore
and will be constantly lu touch with
the Chief of Police. Ten tents, each
largo enough to accommodate forty
men, wero put up yesterday nt Jeffer
son Squnro, and n llko number wero
placed In Portsmouth squnic. Tlivfco
In conjunction with ii building nt the
rear of tho Harbor Emergency Hon
pltal, on Kabf street, will easily ac
commodate 600 sailors. Thoso three
places uro Intended as havens of rest
for wearied or penniless bluejackets.
Th tyftkly Edition af th Evenlno
Rull.tln glv.i a csmpl.t lummtry ol
h n.w. of t. rfav.
House and Lot onLiliha
Street, near Vineyard, 2
Bedrooms. Toilet and Bath,
Sewer, Car Line.
Cash or Easy Payment.
GAS put in
1908 Model M
Write us for Testimonial Book, wherein is told how and why
the POPE-HARTFORD at $2700.00 is better value than any other
AUTOMOBILE in the world, irrespective of price, hone-power, or
number of cylinders.
PERFECT SCORE FIRST TO FINISH, L. I. A. C. CONTEST.
New York. Perfect Score In the 300-inllo endurance contest
of the Long Island Automobllo Club. Twenty cars started, but tho
Pope-Hartford won tho chief glory for fast time, being tho first
car nt nil controls and the first to finish. The nverago time for
the whole trip with slow-downs In villages and on account of traf
fic, over 31 miles an hour. k
WINS GIANT'S DESPAIR HILL CLIMB.
Wllkcs-Hnrro, Pn. A Pope-Hartford won the Giant's Despair
Hill Climb for cars listing nt (4000 und under In 2 m. S l-os., de
feating 60 II. P. Thomas Flyer, 40 II. P. Oldsmoblle. 3G II. P.
Rambler, the 35 H. P. Pennsylvania nnd other high-powered
cars. The dlstnnco in this Climb was 6000 feet and the average
grade 18 per cent.
PERFECT SCORE NEW YORK TO ALBANY.
Pope-Hartford mado n porfect store In tho New York to Al
bany 200-mllc endurance run. Considering the frightful condi
tions of tho roads, the numcroun and fatal mishaps to other cars,
nnd tho Inclemency of tho weather, this record of the Pope-Hartford
Is ono of the most notable.
ALL HONORS TO POPE-HARTFORD AT PORTLAND, OREGON.
Portlnnd, Oicgon. In the first nnnunl Hill Climb of the Port
land, Oregon, Dealers' Association, nil honors went to tho Popu
Hartford Car. There wore 39 entries, ranging In price from Jl,
000 to $8000, nnd In horse-power from 10 to 90. Tho second car
a 60 II. P. machine was 20 seconds behind.
P0PE-HARTFORD WINS LOS ANGELES ECONOMY CUP.
Won tho I.os Angeles Hconotny Cup, making 1GB Miles on
8V4 Gallons of gasoline. Opposed to the Pope-Hartford wero near
ly all the nlr-cooled cars. This car alto made a perfect score In tho
I.akcsldu Endurance. Contest.
A MOST NOTABLE ACHIEVEMENT.
At Cleveland, Ohio. A Pope-Hnrtford won tho Stuck- Hill
Cylinder Piston Displacement Hill-climb, beating a Stearns, Dar
racq Vundcrbllt Cup Haccr, Ford "Six," and n Jackson.
WINS TRACK RACE AT DEL MONTE. N
At Del Monte, Oil. A Pope-Hartford runabout defeated tho '
Thomas 70 nnd Plerco 1C In u 10-mllo race. Tho Pope-Hartford
was novcr passed.
HERE'S WHAT HAPPENS TO FOREIGN CARS.
A Pope-Hartford won In "Cylinder Dlsplatoinciit CIuss" In the
N. Y. C. Fort Ci cor go Hill Climb, making bettor time than a 60
II. P. do Dietrich, 70-lllanchl, 50-Slmplex, DO-Crnwford, 3B-Isottn-Franchlnl,
fiO-Mutheson, 33-Peiiiisylvuula,"Tranl(Iln, Clement-Hay-ard,
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