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EVENINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T, H., SATURDAY, AUG. 28, 1909.
CARBON-It is the Best
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One Morning In Hawaii, ,
On a bright, sunshiny morning, with
n clear bluo sky ovcihcnd and tlie air
fragrant with n wealth of', perfume, J
' Doctor mid t started off early for a '
day's outing In tho country. We had
a basket of lunch under the seal of
our carriage, mid were both ready to
enjoy tho day's pleasure to the utmost.
Our way led us down nno of Ihe.prln
clpal thoioughfnrcs of Honolulu, ust
tho old colonial house and beautiful
, grounds of ex-Queen Lllluoknlanl,
then through tho business portion of
the town, and finally we were soon
speeding through Palamn, that queer
Biiburb with Its unique secondhand
bhops and stores, where one can buy
anything from a pair of chop-sticks to
a Japanoso klmonn; there the happy
Japanese mid Chinese children were
making mud-plcs In tho dltrhes, nib
unconscious of the dust nnd dirt
mound them. Dcforo long, however,
wo reached "a moro Interesting local-
lty, nnd as I glanced upward to tho
. beautiful green hills skirting our path
on tho right, where the lights mid
thadnws played lilde-nnd seek with one
another, and the sunshlno kissed the
leaves and grasses, making them blush
tOBy red In the early morning light,
those beautiful words of the Psalmist
nlmost unconsciously sprang to my
lips: "I will lift up mine eyes unto
tho hills, from whenco cometh my
Our way led us up hill and down I
dale, along a picturesque ro-id bord
ered by Lanntin and ulguoba treca
date, cocoa, and royal palms, mid blos
soms In profusion where tho lowliest
flower lifted Its head bravely In the
hot morning sunshine, ns If to say:
"Good morning! Isn't tho day beau
We passed tho well-kept grounds It was nil Intensely Interesting to
end buildings of Knmchnmeha Schools, i me I stipiosc. because In the' East, nl
fnunded nnd endowed thiough tho gen- though wo have cotton nnd grain mills
troslty of tho late Mrs. Ilernlco Pauahll and factories galore, c never see the
nishop, whose deop Interest In the (sugar cane growing, nor do we know
Hawaiian peoplo led her to leavo aught of tho process of making Biigar.
money for their education. In tho H seemeihvery remarkable that the
snino yard Is the pretty rural church vvholo process wat carried on ontely
of rough hewn Etono and nenr by by machinery, and I could not help
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Going To White Pla'ns Court
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From tho hour that William Travers Jerome stopped Into tho Thaw
sanity Inquiry nt White Plains ho took vlitual chnrgo of tho st.ito's end
of tho caso. Joromo b contuutlon was that Thaw Is the victim or prenatal
conditions that liuvo rendered him a dangerous orison all his llfo. Ills
further contention Is that Thnvv 's apparent condition now Is a btudlcd ono,
calculated to carefully conceal the real condition of hlu mind. At various
times during tho Inquiry Jerome and Thaw talked pleasantly to each other
and moro than onco shook hands cordially. Thaw, however, has llttlo
liking for Jerome nnd makes nn scciet of the fact that he thinks the district
attorney of Now Vork went out of his official duty when ho went to West
chester county to follow up tho case. TIiIb phologiaph bIiows Hairy Thnw
und his mother on thu way tu com t. , , '. ,
elands Dlshop Mueoum, one of the
moil Important mid Instructive places
of Interest In tlio IstnndB, which has a
more complete collection of natural
curiosities than any museum on the
Pacific coast and where are displayed
such curios ns are found In no other
part of the world.
At length wo approached .Moannlua,
thp.t lovely Pnradlso garden of Hono
lulu, with its beautiful lawns, whoso
turf Is Win velvet; Its fish-ponds nllvo
with mullet mid other fish; Its flower
gardens r. mans of bloom nnd beauty,
und Its pretty little Blrcani, then qulto
high and turbulent from lccetit heavy
rains up In the mountains,
Gradually our path ascended higher
nnd higher, and In a few momenta
after crossing tho stream, wo found
ourselves on mi elevation overlooking
the olo field which Is situated In a
lertllo valley nlmost cntiicly surround-
ed by muuiitnlii ranges. Fiom this ele
vated point wo could see below us tho
buildings of Honolulu plantation,
plantation, which was on- destination;
below them thu numerous rice nnd taro
jpatches which nt that distance looked
like huge squuieu of dark green vel
vet; and fnr bcond them, in tho clear
morning nunllglit, beneath a lovely
tky tinted with tuniuolso nnd Decked
with fleecy white clouds, lay Pearl
Hnrboi, Itr clear, sparkling water glU'
toning llu mjrlads of diamonds dls-
plajed In gome lavish Jeweller's bIiow
ease for the cjes "f n connoisseur to
feast upon, i
Wo diovo along a descending path
r.galn. through lovely fields of tall
green cane which seemed to bend with
gladness, nnd wave n welcome ns wo
passed by. As wo ne j red tho mill
buildings, tho mar and nolso of moving
I machinery greeted our ears.
SOLD ONLY BY
thinking of the' world's breakfast table
where so many millions of peoplo
sweeten their food and drink, all un
mindful of the wonderful process of
converting sugar cane Into raw,ugar,
and of the weary laborers In tropical
countries who In the sweat of their
brow, toll faithfully to supply trie
needs of countless people, nnd to stock
the market with one of the most Im
portant articles of food.
Au Interesting nccount of a trip
to tho Volcano appeared In the Need
ham (Mass.) Chronicle, nB follows:
A Hyde Park girl, Mlsi Margaret II.
Scott, has written a letter to her
father, Walter Biott, from Hllo, Ha
wall, giving an account of her ie-1
cent visit to the famous volcano at
that place. After reading this
sketch, vou may conclude that the
crater of a volcano Is a somewhat
bigger affair than you have suppos
ed It to be: "Here we are living on
tho brink of one of the biggest vol
canoes In the world. The trip takes
(on an Island steamer) from Tues
day noon until Wednesday at 10 a.
m when we reached Hllo. We
stayed two days In Hllo, got a team
and drove to several sugar planta-l
tlons. Robert knows them all
through doing work for them In tho j
Iron works. On Friday morning we
started for the volcano. The train
took us up twenty-two miles and
we came the other nine miles by
stage. It Is up hill, and the horses
take over two hours to do It. Tho
Volacno House, or hotel, Is built on
the brink of the outer crater and the
.trail goes down In front of the hotel
800 feet ,to the lava bed or floor as
they cull It. Then wo have to walk I
Invn bed to the Inner crater where'
the activity Is.
then tied up in
The horses were
n sheltered placo
and we went the rest of the way on
foot. Indeed lots wnlk all tho way
from the hotel. We did one day, but
It Is so hard coming up a part of
"Well, as I said, we walked the
rest of the way, and of tourse I was
Just wearying to get my first look
Into the crater. Robert had seen It
Inst June. Well, I did nnd It Is Just
awful. That seething, boiling mass
of rcdhot lava and It Just roars like
the sea or waves beating up on the
Bhorc that seems the greatest won
der to mo; then It will lash Itself
Iup nnd flow over on to the Inner
rim, that Is of course 200 feet do'wn
from us. A great mass of liquid lava
will seem to flow In a mass then
suddenly break nnd burst up In theiat the pottcr , tlme to enjoy thel
liir, u luuu.uiii ui inc. ,
that they rise to thirty feet, but one,
would never think so from where
wo stand. I
It Is grand by day nnd bright
sunlight, but Imagine It. If you can. '
nB darkness conies on and that glow
begins to come In the sky from It,
nnd the walls are all lighted. It Is
Indescribable )ou hnto to leavo It
nnd go home. There Is a little
shelter house where we have coffee,
which has been warmed over the big
heat crocks. We have to jump over
meso crocus ueioro we come 10 me
main pit. All around the hotel are
steaming' cracks. Tho whole ground
nenms, uut inese cracxs i speuK or
nre not steam, It Is just pure heat.
We stick postal cards down Into
them and they get scorched.
"Wo nre thinking of saying an
other week here. The change Is so
great from Honolulu. It Is 4000
feet above sea level, so you can see
It Is good and cool. There has been
a good deal of rain since we came
up, but we put on our rain coats
and go right ahead."
The personnel of the Congrcsslon
nl party that will arrive Monday
from San Francisco Is different from
the party as originally made up by j Mrs. McDonnell's on Punahou street.
Secretary McClellan. For one rea-
son or another more than hulf of Mr. and Mrs. J, Dawson Hawkins
those who were flrot Invited nnd ' of Colorado Springs, Col., were out
accepted dropped out' and new mem- ward bourd pissengcrB on tho Man
berB were added by Mr. McClellan. I chuila. The lllheulth of Mrs. Haw-
The list as given In Mr. McClel -
i's letter Is ns follows:
Hon. Chns. F. Scott and wlfo, of
Kansas, Chairman Committee Agri
culture Hon. J. M. Miller nnd wife, of In
teistate nnd Foreign Commerce.
Hon. H. Olln Young nnd wlfo.Nof
Michigan, Itlvers and Harbors Com
mittee. Hon. W. It. Illlss nnd wife, of Ore
gon, Ways and Means Committee.
Hon. Jas. Mcl.achlan und daugh
ter, of California, Itlvers and Habors
Hon. A. P. Dawson nnd wife, of
Iowa, Naval Affairs Committee.
Hon. George W. Prince nnd wife,
of Illinois, Committee on Claims.
s Hon. Jas. W. Good and wife, of
Iowa, Committee on Territories.
lion. Wm. A. Kecder and wife, of
Kansas. Chairman on Irrigation.
Hon. L. P. Padgett and wife, of
Tennessee, Navnl Affairs Committee.
Hon. A. J. Ilarchfeld and wife, of
THE OFFICE SUPPLY CO., LTD:
Vest Virginia, Rivers and Harbors
Hon. Ii. a, Humphreys and wife,
of Mississippi, Rivers and Harbors
Mr. Edward E. Miller nnd wife,
of Illinois, clerk, Public Ilulldlngs.
Hon. W. Aubrey Thomas of Ohio,
Naval Affairs Committee.
Hon. W. A. Hodenberg, of llll-
Inols, Rivers nnd Harbors Commit
tee. Hon. Richard llartholdt of Mis
souri, Chairman, Public Ilulldlngs.
I Hon. A. J. Wntklns of Loulslunu,
Naval Affairs Committee.
K. S. Thrall, Esq., of New York,
clerk, Naval Affairs.
Mr. Geo. McClellan of Honolulu,
.In charge of party.
Mrs. A. II. Jllco entertained nt
luncheon Friday In honor of Mrs.
M. F. Prosser, of Honolulu, nnd
among the guests presen were Mrs.
Charles E. Anderson of San Fran
cisco, Miss Mumford, Mrs. J. M,
Lydgate, nnd Miss Thatcher, a sis
ter of Mrs. Prosser, who lives In Los
Angeles. What made It especially
Interesting to Mrs, Prosser was the
fact the same building which Is now
the home of Mr. nnd Mrs. Rice was
formorly her own residence, In years
past, when she nnd her hushhand
were residents of l.lhue. Garden
.Much enthusiasm Is being maillfcst
ed In the coming polo tournament to
be held here In September between
(he Oahu, Kauai and Maul loams, and
wrenuy me players on Kauai are bua-
Ing their first practice game on the
19th. The gimos will contlnuo weekly
until tho closo of tho season, when the
ponies as well ns the horsemen will
undoubtedly bo In splendid condition
to compete with the other toitns.
Mr. Wm. M. Giffard of Honolulu,
who has been staying nt tho Fair
mont Hotel, with his family, Is now
at Del Monte. His son Harold Is
nn enthusiastic golfer,
scrntch plaver nn tho
links. The course and putting
greens on the Hawaiian Islands re
main green throughout the year.
Harold Giffard may return to Del
Monte for tho big 'golf tournament
that begins the 28th. Examiner.
Mrs. Chnrlflfl ft AlnYjiniliti- nrrlvi.il
danrn ns n irnoX n( Ml !...
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re'urn to this city on Monday.
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were; i no jvnsses Ainrtna Calhoun,
Marian Nowhnll, HarrlU Alexnnder,
Elizabeth Ncwhall; Messrs. Andrew
Welch, Jr., Alexander. Kxanlncr.
Miss Harriet Alexander was the
complimented guest at a dinner-
i dance last evening nt the Hotel lot
ter, In Santa Ilarbara, where sho
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There were any number of San
FranclBco's stunning beauties pres
ent, for they, too, nre finding the
clty-by-thc-Bcn, during these Into
summer davs. a dimming place to
Miss Mabel Haines and Miss
Haldee Glusscock of l.os Angeles
who have spent several weeks at
Mrs. Gray's on King street, nre
planning to leave for their homo In
the Stats by tho next Alameda.
Another Lob Angeles girl returning,
by tho same boat will be Miss Louise'
Johnston who has been a guest at
, kins necessitated a complete change
of climate, and she has been much
benefitted by the changu white at the
Monna hotel, and Is returning home
much Improved In henlth. Their two
llttlo children accompanied them.
MrB. M, F. Prosser nnd her staler,
Miss Thatcher returned to town last
Saturday on tho Klnaii after a delight
ful visit of wo weeks with friends on
the Garden luland. Mr. and Mra. Pros
ser and Miss Thatcher nro at Walklkl
for two months, whero they nre (c
cup) Ing the cuttago on the bench next
to the Alexander Young residence, f
Dr. J. S. McOrow, tho near nonagen
arian and "father of aniiuxutlon " who
ls visiting tho milnland for the Drstj
, nine in many )earB, is lecelvlng due
from tho Ban Finuclscu
Alice Rogers who' taught In
The Pilgrim Fathers
Not only made bread from
but Beer as well. Kvcry
Beer as a matter of eourse.
They were hardy, Uod-learing men; they made
laws against individual privileges, and exploited
"Coctail Suppers" in their Yellow Journals: and
they were better oft for it.
IT IS YOUR. PRIVILEGE to drink a better
Beer than ever they had; its a Beverage, a Food, and
a Tonic; and its
h mu"lc department of oanu 1,01
lo"e ln,t 'car nnd wl" '' B'm,mr
work In tho public schools of Ing
llcnch, California this jcar. Is nt
present tho guest of Mr. nnd Mrs.
F. 8. Conger of Pasndenn who nre
Letters havo been received from
Dr. and Mrs. McQrcw announcing their
snfo arrival In San Francisco. They
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being nrrul " er' P'ctl,u "juu "i
Honolulu Siberia and nre domiciled at the Jef
ferson hotel, where they win aw an
tho return of MrB. Cooper from the
Mrs." Waterman, daughter of
George It. Ewurl, the former man
ager of Kllauca plantation, was up
at the rnyos' mountain house at
and arrived In Llhue on Tuesday,
the 17h, for a week's visit with
friends. Garden Island.
Mrs. Helen "N'oonui and her nephew,
Vernon Tenncy, were arrivals Wed
nesday o-v the Lurllne after a delight
ful sojourn spent ut l.nke Taboo with
the Tcnnoy family.
Hear Admiral llollyday, U. 8. N..
Is coming on the Bame boat as' the
Congressional party, In renew hU
Inspection of the Pearl Harbor
Mr. nnd Mrs. Frederick Knight, ac
companied by Miss Thelma Parker,
returned Saturday on tho Siberia from
the Islands, where they hao been on -
their first crop of wheat,
one of them drank Malt
The. Beer That's
To Suit The CUm&te
Joying a visit of several months on thu
Parker rniidi, which Is one of tlm
show places of the Island of Hawaii.
Mrs. A. M. Crosby nnd Miss M. A.
del Hlo of Havana, Cuba, who have
been In (ho Islands sut er.il weeks, re
turned Inst Saturday on the .Manna
Kca from n trip to the Volcino, and
departed Sunday on tho Manchuria for
Mrs. Ilalrd of Hllo Is spending n
few davs with her sister, Mrs. Wil
bur, wife of Captain Wilbur who
have recently tome here from Fort
HosccrniiB, 8.in Diego, nnd Is occu
,p)lng the Jack Lucas house on Lu-
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Mnurcr, accom
I pauled by Mrs. V. D. Moody and Mrs.
i;. a. ura), rciurneii rrum Honolulu on
the Siberia after a visit of several ,
months In tho Islands.
They are now
bt their :iome In. Uerkeley. Chronicle
After spending the month of June
In the cast. Dr. and Mrs. Harry E.
Aldeisoti made n visit to Honolulu
und icturiied on tho Korea lust
Tuesday. They uro at home again
In their attractive Ashbury Heights
lesldence. S. I'. Examiner.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Jack Warren hnva
taken possession of tho emporuiy
bungalow on the rear of their lot
nt tho comer of Kovvnlo und I.iinn-
lllo streets and Mrs. Warren
1 receive Monduvs as usual.
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Member Uoyal Geographical and Chemical Societies,
A e.mpact, comprehensive, and im
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Mr nnd Mrs. Itobcrt W. Shingle
departed on tho Manchuria for San
w innclscii. Mr. Shingle has consbl-
ornble business to transact In vari
ous mainland cities for thn llenrv '
Wnterhouse Trust Company,
Mr nnd Mrs. A. 8. Wilcox gave n
pol luncheon lust Saturday evening,
which was a farewell to their rela
tives on this Island, of whom there
were eighteen present, before their
departure for the Coast on tho fol
lowing Tuesday. Garden Island.
Mr. Wlrhmnn, who ulvvavs rc
inembcis the aged Hawaiian or
Lunnlllo Homo on holidays, sent
them tkkets Tuesday for n moving
picture show. About thirty of them
went to see the wonderful pictures.
At a recent plneapplo luncheon
given by the Hawaiian Commission,
at the Seattle Exposition, Governor
l !. II ... .
, .... u. nit, nuu was ino gucsi Ol
honor, wns decorated with paper
j lllmn-lels by the Hawaiian girls.
1 tor. Wm. O. Irwin wns tho host last
' evening ut n beautifully appointed din
ner at his charming Walklkl home.
, Mr. nnd Mrs. Itlchard Ivers hnvo
leturued Iniin Tantalus to their home
In Manoa valley.
Tho heartfelt sympathy of tho com
munity goes out to the family of Mr.
C. M. Cooke In (heir sad bereavement.
( Hon. H. P. Ila'dwln of Maul Is n
tfutbt In Honolulu for n few days.
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