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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T.'h.. TUESDAY. JULY 21, J008.
U.S. ARMY DRILL, 10c yd.
B. R. EHLERS & CO.,
Fort Street, bet. King and Hotel
ALAKEA ST. and RICHARDS ST.
Half Block From Naval Dock.
A challenge is offered to the mem-1
ben of the Fleet in any of the above
TAHITIAN DANCES, and
SOUTH SEA ISLAND DANCES.
THE MIDWAY IS OPEN
DAY AND NIGHT.
! NOW I'LAYINQ
MR. RICHARD BUHLER
and the Incomparable
L U M L E Y CO M P A N Y
The Hit of the Season
Moving: Pictures and other Specialties
i between the Acts.
I last Appearance of
fC.nntinnA trnm ParrA 1
The Instructions from tlio (tavern-!
incut to the Exposition Commission
of llnwnli nrc, In part, ns follows:
Extracts from letter of suggestions
fiom the Assistant Secretary of the
Interior In regard to the Hawaiian
exhibit nt the AlnsKa-YuKnn-I'nclflc
WITH ALL MAUI
exniDit nt the AliisMi-i uMm-rnclllc if , , .. , ,
Exposition to bo held at Seattle next Mail! l60pl6 H 3 Q 1111)6
Of Their Lives
A comprehensive iiiul sslcmatlc
plan should le adopted for the exhib
it In the beginning, and every effott
should be nuido to fully lepresent ev
ery (lass Intituled In the plan by
(Special to the II u I letln)
WAILUKU. Miml. July 18. Lu
ll Is not suHlcloiit lisiinii citizens nnd AIuiil In general
to Rather material at random. The nre 0tcc wm, tnc resnitg of Admlr-
tcrvlccs of experts along the several Kmory's visit. The ofneers nnd
lines should bo Treoly utilized nnd tho mcn 0f tho Third Division have been
exhibit should be a complete oxposo fctctl nnd banqueted nnd nothing hns
of the resources, hlslorj. nnd piogrcas been loft undone by tho Maul FIcut
of Hawaii. Without nltcmptlng to Committee to make the Nation'., lion-
.iciiuu .. iimipieic neiienie oi un ex- orpll .,.. ... imTp.
hlblt, I would say that nt least the
following subjects should bo Included
In the plan:
Topography; Oology; Zoology:
I'oicstry; Ethnology; Agriculture;
Education; History; Social Econ
omy; Transportation; Manufactures;
Trndo and Commerce.
HAWAIIAN OPERA HOUSE
COHEN & LUMLEY
Present the World-Famous
THE FIRST TIME IN HONOLULU.
DO NOT FAIL TO SEE IT!
Open July 16tli
The Greatest Scottish Band in the
IVOCAL CHOIR, PIPERS, SOLOISTS,
Including tke World-Renowned
Clan Johnstone Troupe
SCOTTISH THISTLE CLUB
Two Concerts,Aftrnooii and Evening
Friday, July 24
Upon Arrival S. S. Mararna
MONSTER STREET PARADE
Tickets on sale at Wall, Nichols Co.
PRICES S..00, $1.50, $1
BERETANIA OPP. SMITH ST.
HOTEL AND BETHEL STREETS.
New Moving Pictures
Introducing Famous Subjects Never
Before Shown Here.
ENTIRE CHANGE EVERY MONDAY
TUESDAY and FRIDAY.
Admission 10 cents
Children 5 cents
UNDER THE AUSPICES OF
THE ART LEAGUE
July 23rd and 25th
Tickets, $1.00, 50c, 25c
A LEAGUE GROUNDS
SATURDAY, JULY 18.
,r" 1:30 P.M.
KAMS vs. KEIO
PUNAHOUS vs. SANTA CLARA
Reserved Seats Grandstand 25c extra
Fine Job Printing at the Bulletin,
Monday and Wednesday,
July 20 and 22
HOW TO BE HOT
WASHINGTON, D. C, Juno 23.
Dr. Iliiney V. Wiley, chief, chemist
of the Department of Agriculture, to
day gave out I'lght commandments
for the preservation of health during
the summer weather. Tho command
Eat one-Corn til less In summor than
Eat meal In moderation.
llanlsli all ulcnhollc beverages.
Eut more largely of,ioo:a-(l fruits
Drink nothing holow CO degrees In
temperature and drink sparingly.
Ho rnroful nnd seek the f-oclety of
I'rncttco moderation In eating,
drinking, and opcn-nlr exercise.
oDn't fiet; don't worry.
'Thousands of persons are mado
sick In Mimiuor hecauto they don't
know how to eat," observed Dr. Wiley
today, "but tho same criticism upplles
to the winter Boakon as well. Few
people follow definite lilies. Hero Is
(i KciiPinl nile: Mod era to eating,
moderate ill Inking, moderate exerelso
In Hie open ulr nnd cheerful fi lends
will keep nuy good man nllve
thioufc'h tho summer."
Every untlonallty nnd race joined
ns a unit.
A grnnd ball was given last even
ing In tho I.nhalua eouit house, yaul
to tho Admiral and his officers. Tho
Iminenso dancing Moor wns lit up
with myriads of electrics fiom power
f iimtal.fwt ! (tin lll.ttiAnt t.ll Thin
.... .. ... . .IMIOIIt Al ,11V A .Will... ....... ..ID
n niiniinuon it worn,, be prefer- ftcrnoo tlc public visited the bat
..be to observe the top cal dhlslon tleshlps and all I.ahalna, drafted In
lather than the geographical. That tIlelr bcBt wcnt abanl. Ti10 people
Is, the e.hlblt o geology of the entire wore convcycd to the ships on barges
Territory should bo Installed togeth- toweU by tUo ,,. ,auBchei. Hu.
or, agricu ture should be shown forldrctls ot me from le i,lcet nt0
. T '. U 'Ca . y rrom .ashore on liberty,
which each specimen camo being .lis- It took lre0 (Iays to carry on
cked by he labels It would do- boar,, Ul0 Bifls. or hookupus, of
ract greatly from the unity and ef-Mmi,.s clll2ens. ,,,,, from
ee Ivcness of the exhibit to show a ,,,, wntormolons. bananas, pears,
little of geology, a little of forestry. Ind frut8 by tbe tlu)U8anU8 havo
a Ittle o agriculture etc.. from Oa- bccn Bent (() , ,,
n, . ,.!VJ Z "'aCe " "l,, f . L"B tables n.o placed all around
fccology.n little of fo.estry, and a lit- tll0 Labalnn collrt ll0US0 yar(1 aml
ir.v ,3 , ,,.0-r,m,M'"";,",B!m '" th "f " F't luwo been
larly varied collection from Molokal. i..i.,,.,.. ,....., , .,. ,
---.Mil --other collection from Ha- i jsTa d Hawaiian style-
no;;, i ..,,.., ' ,oca,mcs by Uihalnas experts. Everything
nnd "f ltUo l l" "vcraKo y8 tor. ,)0S8lbIc haa liecB ' for th men.
wnl, ? ," EC0,Brn"hlCa.' "nCS The Admiral sent a detachment of
n rJ ! ' ,Iy,nncIemnn, t.or1wak; his men to aid I.ahalna police, but
e L nr , , ?,0l, CXb.U TUh0ut unpleasantness ot any kind has
being of material benefit to the sev- ,. '.
oral localities. I "" , , . ,,. .
i..i,... .i , .... I Tho ball tonight at tho court
I'crhaiia the major portion of tho', ., .u. . .... t.,
nvtill.lt.. ...ill I. , ii . , . . "uuau tuiu iui- iuu inuii oi inn riuei
cxniolts will ho contributed by url- m , nu
vn.. .................... i ii ii i .... wl" closo 'tho fours days' supremo
Mite concerns or Individuals at their ,,. T,, , -rn r ,,,,, ,,
flWII nYlinliliii V.. Al.n... ...Ill ... " " '
v.nj.kt.ov ,.lf UlltlllU Will UU
made to them for space, and tho ma
terial they contribute must bo con
sidered In nil respects on tho samo
basis ns other exhibits, and subject
to tho same regulations. It should
be distinctly understood that attend
ants, etc., tent by private concerns
even nt their own oxpense, must U
under tho control of tho officers of tho
Selling concessions should ho
avoided, nnd cnrcfitl supervision must
bo exercised over the distribution of
printed matter. It Is to bo remem
bered that this Is a Government ex
hibit, and must bo conducted as such.
though gi cater latltudo will bo per
inlhHlhlc.'to commercial concerns than
would bo allowed In tho Government
CHAUACTKIt OI'' MATKUIA
Tho one thing needful In all ox-
hlhlts Is attractiveness. Unless peo
ple can bo Induced to visit an exhibit
and oxainlno It, It would be better to
save tho freight chargo for shipping
10 bealtlo. It must bo remembered
that tho Exposition grounds will bo
full of Interesting exhibits, nnd un
less the building of Hnwall Is at
least as attractive as any of them it
will bo a falluie. Substantial quali
ties must not bo lacking in tho ex
hibits, but they must bo showy nnd
extraordinary at the same time. For
Instance, n caso of ordlnnry geologi
cal specimens, bo It over so complete
nnd valuable bclentiflcally, might bo
passed unnoticed, but present a pano
rama of tho crater of Knauca, arter
tho plan of tho panoramas wo exhib
ited nt St. I-ouls, -or similar to tho
panorama on tho "I'lko" nt tho lluf-
falo Exposition, nnd'tho building will
bo packed continually. The cost of
such a panorama need not bo oxecs-
slvo (pei haps three or four thousand
dollnra), and It should ho mado tho
control fenturo of tho wholo exhibit.
Tho ttructuro might bo built fiom
tho gonoral building fund, and the
principal cost would bo for the scen
LECTURES, PICTURES, AND
I hao found that stcrcoptlcon ex
hibitions and motion picture shows
accompanied by descriptive talks of
nbout a half-hour each, given nt stat
ed times overy day, niako an exceed
ingly attractive feature. I would by
nil means piovlde for such lectures.
An attractive addition to them would
bo concerts, vocal and instrumental,
by natlvo musicians. The attendants
might bo solected with reforenco
partly to tholr musical ability and
tho concerts might bo given by them
without materially greator cost. It
would bo well lo ur range, It practi
cable, for n series of conceits by even
nioi o uuihltluua organizations duilug
the couno ot tho Exposition.
The m'tm aro well behaved and
their demeanor everywhere Is such ns
to entitle them to tho highest re
spsct of Mnui in general, whoso only
regret Is that the genial Admiral and
his vcsbel8 will depart tomorrow.
QUANTITY OF MATERIAL
The first thing which It Is ncces
fary to know is tho spare which will
bo occupied by the exhibit, llefoie
this can be known tho board of man
agers of the Government exhibit
must bo organized nnd tho number
nnd sizo ot the buildings to bo erect
ed from tho appropriation ot 250,
000 must bo determined. I should
think, however, that 8,000 or 10,000
tuuaro feel of floor spaco should bo
piovlded, with rooms for offices for
tho Commissioners, etc.
In my preliminary plans I havo
been neciistomcd to estimate Hint a
carload of material (cases and ck
hlbllB) will bo necessary for each
1,000 Miiuro feet, nnd that halt tho
total floor spaco must bo given to
aisles. This, of course, means very
little after tho work of preparation
is under way, for everything depends
on the character ot material shown,
but In general terms for tho kind o!
exhibits wo have mado fiom the De
rail tnient It Is nbout right. All tho
details of Installation should be
thoroughly worked out before ship
ment Is mado In order that enough
material, and not too much, may bo
In exposition work tho measure ot
success Is tho number ot visltois who
see what one has to show. It Is es
sential, therefore, to do everything;
that is legitimate and proper to bring
ono's exhibit to tho nttcntlon of the
public, nnd to keep It thcro. It Is
not permissible of course to employ
a press agent, but It Is highly dcslr
ablo that somebody bo constantly
mindful of tho newspapermen, Have
exhibits that mnke good "stories"
and see that they aro often publish
ed. The persons visiting an exposi
tion uro, of courbo, always changing,
and a "story" In last week's paper
will not do any good this week. So
the constant publication of article:
about the exhibit Is desirable. Fur
thcrmoic, attractions must bo nrrnng
ed of a character to ho noticed regu
larly In the "Dally 1'iogram." I con
sider that essential,
During the next few monthb ejpo
clal energy should he shown In ad
vertising tho exhibit nnd tho plans
for its preparation In Hawaii. Cir
cular letters, nowspnpeiB, and every
other menus available should bo uti
lize. I In mousing Inleiest lo the end
that chlhltH may bo obtained and
general cooperation becuicd.
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