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KVENINO BULLETIN', HONOLULU. T. H., WnDN'i:3DAY, July H, '09.
PRIZES AWARDED FOR BEST
KEPT HOMESTEADS AT KALAHEO
Corner Haunakea and Pauahi streets
WHITES IMBYDE DOES GOOD WORK
Committee Makes Inter
esting Rftpart On
Condition of Five and
Ten Acre Homssteads
Held By European
Prizes for the bCBt developed home
steads la nn Idea worked out by W. U.
McUrydo in connection with the now
fnmous Kulnhco, Kauai, homesteads,
that has'mct with Bplendlrt buccpss.
Mr. McUrydo Iiob not only estab
lished nn experimental plot to insist
the homesteaders with the crops they
wish to grow on their land; but he has
Inspired a spirit of competition among
the various householders to present
the best appearance and secure the
best return from tho land.
The, decision rests with a committco
of outsiders Interested butnot pie
Judlccd. Tho report of that commit
teo Is given herowlth and it thows
that tho good work at Kalaheo Is still
Wahlawa, June 22, 1909.
W. D. McUrydo, Esq.. Brydesvvood,
Wahlawa, Kauai, II. T.
Dear Sir: Tho committee of in
spection appointed by you to examine
and report iion the different hom
stead lots in Kalaheo, with reference
particularly to thJ cmtrvatlon, care,
and general appearance of each lot,
made a circuit of the homesteads on
Sunday, Juno 20th, 'and Inspected over
thlity platen out of wlilcn jour aim
mltteo thought Ihu twi-nty bIx, as per
tabulation hcicvllh, were most worthy
Your committee lewed with picas-
mo W. .very apparent results of the.
caio tuKcn uy me noniesioaacrs tor,
whllo some lots gavo evidence of u
I nek 'of caie, tho fact remains that
wonderful i ogress has been made In
bringing the lots under cultivation. On
somo of tho lots tfio ground Immedi
ately ndjuceilt to the house presented n
neat and pleasing effect In arrange
ment color, and genoral appearance.
We sut our standard of excellence
at )00 and with this explanation ou
will no doubt understand tho table. In
awarding marks tho following plan was
Cultivation: Points were awards t
according to tho evidence of skill, care
uiul.dllltcnco over tho whole.
IlllIIH! l,l,li:uiMlll(Ji I U1IIIH nnw
nwarded upon tho general appearance
of tho house with Its Immediately ad
jacent ginuuds .with particular regard
to any manifestation of idnns to beau
tify and lender the house, with its sur
roundings. Inviting ns u 'home.' ,
Ticos: With lew to encouraging
the cultivation of fruit, shade, and
windbreak trees, because of their be
ing useful ns well ns ornamental,
points wcie awarded upon the number
mid condition of tho trees on each lot,
Plncapp'csr This being the most
prevalent pioduct spcilal nolo of theso
were made and marks wcro nwarded
according to the healthy, vigorous con
dition nud general apcarancu of tho
fines without regard to age.
Other Products: Marks were award
ed according to tho nature, variety,
and genernl appearance of all products
outside of pineapples, trees and flow
ers. lit conclusion wo wish to stato that
our visit to tho "Homesteads" has
brought tho conviction of an Intense,
desire amongst the people tlicro to
make their homes places of beauty as
well as profit, and wo nro further con
vinced that as each individual lot Is
brought nearer and nearer to perfec
tion tho wholo district of Kalaheo will
become tho more and nmro beautiful as
n resldenco district,
Whllo thero Is a wide margin be
tween tho higher and lower per cent
ages ns you will seo by n refsrenco to
our tablo we do not think this should
discourage the less fortunate ones, ns
it Is largely a matter of time as well
as care which makes for success.
With proper core and judicious man
agement It need not he many jears
beforo, tho poorest of tho lota today
may become far more attractive than
the. best of today.
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ONE OF THE FRIZ E HOMESTEADS.
J, Vldlnlin 17.92
J. Vlelra 21.5
J. do I'onto 21.S
Joo Itlta 21.5
U Itodrlgues .,.... 1 16.13
II. Ilerrara 17.92
M. Tavarrcs , 17,92
M, Itels '-17.12
M. Cnbrnl , 21.5
J. Colto .' 21.5
J. Marques in. 13
Ant, Fernandez 1G.13
Mrs. Santos l-i.31
J. do Costa Itlta 21.S
P. I'crelrn 1541
John de Costa in.lli-
A. Cabral 10.12
J. de Sllvn 14 31
J. Andrade, Jr. 1G.1.1
M. Robello .138
1'. Hunrnny ....1....1 16.12
Joo do Cohto 1(1.12
M. Souza 14 30
717 63 45
12 58 64.53
8 96 61.66
14 34 61.66
10 7 60 94
3 59 C5 51
12 58 548I
, 8.96 51.98
8.96 12 55 46.6
12 55 46.6
12.65 35.9 44 81
12.55 6 37 44.81
13 59 10.74 39.43
j, n. iiuiA., M. Gouvcla , 7.16
K. W. KINNCY, vAndrada, Sr. ..1 21.5
M. Lulz 7.17
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Sensational Trick Cyclists.
Extraordinary Head Balancers and
Wirewalker and Tumbler.
' ADDED ATTRACTION.
Riding in a Cage Upon Perfectly
LATEST MOVING PICTURES.
Prices 15c, 25c, 50c and 75c
OPPOSITE THE EMPIRE.
In addition to regular moving
1 ENTIRE NEW PROGRAM.
TWO SHOWS DAILY.
Admission 10c. 15c. 25c
ROLLING LANDS ON WHICH KALAHIO HOMESTEADS ARE LOCATED.
"LIE BOB" LQVEU
BY MRS. W00D1LL
LETTER FOUND AMONG
EFFECTS OF DEAD MAN.
Letters Found in Bungalow, Signed
, - "Edith," Reveal Sentiments
St. Michaels, Mil., June 29. The
feelings entoi tallied by Mrs. Kdlth
May Woodlll toward her blayer, "tame
Hob Uastniun, vvero Indicated in u
letter signed "IMIth," parts of which
tvcio found in tho bungalow of tho
murdeier nud suicide Saturday,
The mltislve, which Is In Mrs. Wood
Ill's, handwriting and couched In most
sentimental laiigungo, was presumably
Sent to Castmau, nud was made nubile
today. It not only Indicates a warm
attachment for the man, hut seems to
provo that sho had known htm at least
u year. On tho same paper, lu East
man's handwiltlug, Is tho following;
"Llttlo Dear' I can not llvo uftor
nur short of bliss with tho com
lug of our paitlug ever beforo us. if
we meet In the unknown, let's con
tinue tho blissful times Mint we spent
here. I nm with you In oery thought."
Tliu letter, signed "IMIth," contains
the following passages:
"Is the Iron Immodcbt whon It
creeps to.vard tho lodestono nnd clings
to Its side? Is the seed immodest
when It rinks Into tho ground with
budding life? Is the cloud hold when
It Boftens Into rain and fulls to earth
becauso it has no fiiithor choice, or Is
It because when It nestles on tho bos
om of henven's nrrhed dome and sinks
Into tho blue-black Infinity and ceases
to ho ItBelt?
"Is the human roul Immodest whon.
drawn by n foico It can not resist, It 1 bandit 111111) thlng-my heart would
ryci thing seems only to exist be
cause of j 011, and for ou.
"I hate exlstenco uvviiy from 5 on.
When do men diiro to lift up their
voices against tho blessed art? Art lu
r.thcrs, which Is hut a gi enter, warmer
i-pari; of God's Mini that they possess,
or can lessen the understanding we
Imvo one for tho otheo nnd no differ--enco
can mako us forget.
"Remember mo always, ns you loved
mo best, and, though were )"U a a
seeks a stronger soul which absorbs
its ego as tho blue sky absorbs n float
ing cloud and ns tho warm earth
swells the seeds as tho magnet draws
"I do not feel myself to ho bold or
wrong for drifting toward jou. I
would not feel mself wrong to go
Bti night to jou tomorrow, Thcio Is
beat lu responsiveness to yours
Several lottcrs written by Eastman
also weiu made public by the state's
attorney, Ono was addressed to
Oeorgu Taylor, state ngent lit Mc
Daniel. It said. In part:
"Appearances nio ngnliiRt ine, hut I
had no band in the tragedy. Tho
llttlo girl wai practicing tho art of
Now the head of tho staff of the
Japanese Daily Chronicle Is in Umbo.
All of which happened through'that
gentleman saying things about tho
head of the start of the Nlppu Jijl
that offended tho tiiBtes of the gov
ernment. Y Klmiirn, the arrestnd
one, Is charged with toying obscene
things about the editor of the JUL
Y. Soga, but Soga took It peacefully
and raised no rumpus, U. S. District
Attorney llrcckons worked up the
case and Mr. Klnnira will have to
make the usual explanations in
New Feature Film,
COME AND SEE FOR YOURSELF.
Chnnpre1 of program three timet 1
Monday, Wednesday and itl
Open Air Theater
Fort Street Below Beretania.
"THE WOLF HUNT."
Other films will be shown and t
flood musical program rendered.
Admission 10 and 15 cent!
Children 5 cents
' 4.. bin,- .. fnllnut C.n. na.nil.n. -1-1 .. I...
ever and nlwajs some human soul to """"h ' "'"" ""'" -"" '" "
lovo nnd trust us, nnd whoso cond- ,,"",' "-'.
deneo wo would not alter. Wo are not "L"3 .''" ,,er tl,rco ,lmos tt"" a lm,tIn
of our own making nnd our lives bo,, , "'" i' '"-
long to another Urobilin who rules '
"Hut If not successful and I can not
and Is wise, '
"As one who was concerned, and 111
that all letters found on 1110 nro mail
persuade, all parties to como up and
'take their mediate, why, I will blow
flff ihu lllll nt mv rrMtf linnil nnd In
every .line of It, I lend only tho name (mit CH0 , w6h ,,,, klM,y
adoration that a years absence would , . , . . nrn
not shadow, And tho wonder comes to I
mo that you did not, could not, under
stand, ninety a nro such as jours A ma wno jescilhed hlmsolf as
unngs 111 unio unuorsiaiiiiinK; jou. iiaron Wurz entered the St. Ilegls
must know lewd from tho modest, tho hot?) In Now Yolc, saiylng he wanted
tintliio fiom tho true. , milio for his wife nnd hlniBelf. two
"Do I mean jou? Did I any, long ma,g nn,i two valets. Whllo tho
for 1011 would ho hotter, for every ,,11111 was tnlMng to tho rlcik an nt-
I heart bent seems to cry out ngalnst tendant fiom tho Insane nsyliim en-
tho enormity (if tho crime that makes ture,i i took tho mnn nvvay. Ho
( ii(o no longer ynuis.
There will be a public baud concert
this evening nt 7:30 o'clock at Aala
park, Following is the piogram:
, I'AHT I.
March Kn Hollo France ....Emanuel
Ovorture rra Dluvolo Ahber
Iteverle The Passing Hour.Hcauniont
Selection r'aust (lounod
Selection Carmen llliet
rinale Madamo Angot Lococi
Wnltz Count HoITmnn .... Offenbach
I'lnale I.a Iloucbu Sablon
The Stur Spangled Hanner,
All tho bobt In was nn escaped lunatic.
A. Term, a Mexican hanker, nnd
his wife and hcven children arrived
In Now York fiom l'ttriipo uftcr
spomlliig $100,000 on n ear's vaca
tion. Tho'y will visit Chicago' on
ithelr way hojiie.
The kind your graud
Admittedly best for gen
Uetter now than ever."
W. 0. PEACOCK & CO., Ltd.
Mr and Mrs. Hashimoto,
178 BERETANIA AVE., near EMMA
Bath and Electrical Treatment.
GOOD MEALS FOR 25 CENTS.
NEW AND EXPERIENED COOK.
Everythjng in Season.
Hotel Street, near Fort.
We want to see all our old cus
tomers come back, ,
Uas a vital interest
In the number of
catalogues received from
Mail Order Houses on the
Mainland. Every dollar
sent out of Hawaii in
response to the alluring
pictures and prices is a
dollar lost for keeps to
the merchants of this
Territory. If there were
no remedy this would be
discouraging; but there
is. The Weekly Edition of
the Evening Bulletin goes
to Thre,e Thousand Island
Families and is read care
fully by at least Ten
Thousand Island People;
and this splendid service
is placed at the disposal
of every merchant in the
Territory for Fifty Cents
per Inch per Month. What
good reason has any
Island merchant to offer
for not using this service?
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