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GOOD TRIP TO
"Well, I'cnrl Hnrbor la no mix
nomcr; tills sheet of water In uurely
a gem." Tims Bpoko Congressman .
Thomas yosterdny morning lis the
Iroquois nnally clcareil tlio rliunnet
nnd entered tlie lmrbor proper.
Anil Mr. Thomas knows what lie
Is talking nbout, too. In loply to
an Invention to umke one moiu
trip to tlio future liotnc of the Pa
cific Meet, the Nnval Committee
man declared: "Tlint Is whnt I am
lieia for, gentlemen. Certainly I'll
make another day of It nnd look Into
things deeper thnn Is possible dur
ing the hurried pleasure trip."
The Iroquois hnd left town n
trlllo late owing to the visit to the
Nnvnl Station, where the party paid
Its respects to Commnndor Hecs.
However, shortly nfter 11 o'clock
tlio salute of seventeen Runs was
given at the station, and the party
boarded the Iroquois.
Tho ladles of the party nt once
settled down In the shady part of
the vessel, hut tho men were quickly
gathered nrqung Knglneer I'nrks
nnd Captain llees,
The c trainer had hardly left the
dock when maps were pioduced
and the pios and '(ms of the Pearl
Harbor' proposition were gone Into.
It was hero that the civil engi
neer held sway, and for over nn hour
dipt. Parks w.is kept busy answer
And very seaichlng questions they
were, tco. Thcso visitors of outs
!iao n wonderful faculty of probing
any suggestion or statement of fact
right down to the core.
Mr. Thomas, ns becomes, his posi
tion ns n nnval expert, put clean-cut,
rlght-on-the-Bpot Questions to .Cap
tain Parks, who was never nt fault
for an answer.
"Tho Fcrt Ituger guns fire range
'teen miles about here," remarked
Mr. Thomas, us he marked the mnp
.vlth his forefinger. "Now, whnt
.one does our battery have," point
ing to tho new fort which Is being
erected on tho Wnlklkt side'nf tho
entrance to Pearl Harbor. "Cover?
What nbout Barber's Point nnd the
It having been clenily shown that
'he wholo coast line from Koko
'lead to Harbor's Point waB safe, ns
nr ns landing parties woro con
erned, Mr. Thomas then ran his
lngcr along the mnp nnd hesitated
"What sort of placo Is this?" ho
lucrlcd. "Could troops ho landed
hero or there, further on?"
Governor Frear then took n hand
ind, explained that although thcro
voro scvernl points nt which troops
night land, that the "problem of
"rosslng tho mountains, outsldo of
tho regular passes, .would bo In
surmountable. "A few field guns would command
ho passes, nnd n handful of men
ould hold tho position against
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thouihnuV Bald the, Governor,
"Well, It Is ilnno now, nnil wo
have inmle a stiirt on tlio work, nnil
Hint Is what we want,"
Suggestions had been made, nnd
with good grounds, too. Hint the
dock Blto was not an Ideal one. Ilx-i cmtiilrloa provide for the exchnngo of
nctly opposite, on the Wnlpnhu side, tegular money oidcrs only. Holders
was tho site that was most fnoied of postal orders, other than Canadian,
by tho men most Interested In tho must be Informed Hint mich Instru
matter. inentB nro not paynblo in the United
Mr. Thomas was plainly in fnvor Stntcs.tniid that they should bo ro
of .he other site for various reasons. I'1"10,'1 ,0 " c'Icr8; "' an l
, , . , , , ! tlonal case, n iiostmastcr may, nt the
1'Thero you have fresh water, '.,,,' .,Ullp, ,.,,
qunrry close by, and last, but most
Important, plenty of room to swing
the men - or - wnr Into the docks.
However, tho thing Is settled, nnd
no doubt tho present site Is n good
ono nbo. Nature lias done n Int
for us hero nt Pearl Harbor, nnd It
Is up to us to do the kittle that Is
needed with money."
All the members of the Congres
sional party weie eager to get nil
the details of ever) thing In connec
tion nnd Pcnil Harbor, and they
certainly were well tnken cure of
by Governor Krenr, Prince Cupid,
Messrs. Trent, Mntheson, McClclInn
nnd a half dozen other local men.
The trip through the channel,
which Is now quite slmplo slnco the
dredging has been almost completed
In most places, was very Interesting
and Walter Dilllughnm was n host
In himself as far ns details are con
cerned, Walter ccrtnluly Impressed
nvnriniin tullh lilu Ltirm'tiwlin tit tilf.
j, mmnn n wWch Je
As soon ns Kurt Islnnd was sight
ed, questions gnlore were fired nt
the KnmUulnus, Was1 that , Bluff
growing 'there sugar carle?1' How
did It get to a mill? Was thcro any
wnt?r''fln tho Islnnd? Suth were
the questions' fired at '(ho local peo
ple. Tho party did not land nt tho na
val dock site, but every possible bit
of Information wns given to them by
Tho Iroquois swung around tho
Island and the charming bungalows
of Gov. 1'renr and other prominent
people weie passed.
"Now, that looks llko what I ox-
pected to see down this way," ox-
claimed ono of tho party, ns he
pointed to the coioanut nnd palm
trees that fringe tho seashore Ho
at onto was assured that there were
plenty of such beauty spots In these
A landing wns mndo nt tho Pen
insula nnd the speclul (lain boarded
for I.ellehun, Scveiul Honolulu bilk
had come down oveilnnd, and the
party began to assume very large
Tho run to Schofleld llarrncks was
mado in good time, and, on nrrlvnl
there, n salute of soventeen guns
Lieutenant Colonel Hunter receiv
ed tho paity, and the ladles of tho
command boon mndo tho visitors
feel at home.
At 1 o'clock two squadrons of
cavalry paraded, nnd, although n
number of men were nwny on spo
clal duty, noino .100 horsemen assem
bled. Their exhibitions of drill were
splendid, and the perfect alignment
of tho different t loops wns much ad
mired. At 1:30 a call to luncheon was
made, nnd ever) body responded with
The ofllcciH' qnnrtois hnd been
converted Into one big refreshment
liotiho, mid tho Fighting Fifth nnd
their Indies upheld their reputation
Af tor lunch tho party adjourned
to the lanal, and thoio whilst tho
men folk discussed rlgnrs, tho Indies
got together nnd talked well,
nbout tho weather.
Congiessmnn ll.irchfold got off n
good ono on Congressman llartholill
when ho remarked that tho gient
pento advocate had alic.idy suggest
ed that the puimlo giuund nt I.cllo
Ima bo converted Into hn open-air
At 3 o'clock the rnll to polo was
,n'"le' ""' l,lC "' crowd wended
ltn WI1 V 1,1 llli, tienilttflll AM,!
Tho first lilt-Off was at lint that's
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Order As To Handling
According to the postal regulations
of 11)09 HrltlBh postal orders ate not
inyablo in tho United Stntes. In fact
any orders originating in any Uritlsh
losscsslon cannot be cashed In Uncle
Sam s country. Canada Is excepted.
I The order loads: "The Conventions
between the united States nnd other
order to this department (Postmaster
General) with n request for payment
by means of nn International order for
tho sniuo amount, less fee nnd pound
cgc due, but the practice of receiving
remittances In this form must not be
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umhert of the Bulletin office
After tho polo match tho visitors
hnd sonic light refreshments and
then strolled down to the special t
trnln that was awaiting them.
Tho trnln went to Wuhlnwn, nnd
Mnnnger Dowllng of the Pineapple
Company Invited tho party to help
themselves to tho ripe fruit. A
visit was paid to the cannery, nnd
nil tho work from shaving the fruit
to canning It was closely wntched by
The special trnln mado tho run
down to town In good time, although
there was a very narrow escnpo
from n terrible accident nt the cross
ing nt Honolulu Plantation.
A plantation engine enmo rushing
along, and, dashing in f i out of the
special, Only missed n collision by
a few feet.
Honolulu was reached nt 7 p. m.,
and the tired but happy party were
koon conveyed to tho Young Hotel
The wholo outing was n huge suc
cess, nnd tho Congressmen showed
tho 'greatest Interest In tho day't
doing. NEW - TO-DAV
Monday, September Ctli, 1909, Ui
bor Day, being n legal holiday, nl
Turiltorl.il offices will be closed,
lly older of tho Governor.
K. A. MOTT-SM1TII,
Secrctnry of Hawaii
Kxccutlvo llulldlng, Honolulu,
September 2, A. I)., 1909. 410 1-1 1
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IN TUB CIRCUIT COUIIT, I'lllSi
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Probate. At Chambers. No. 403S.
In the Matter of tho Kstato of Mar)
K. Drown, Deceased. On rending
and IIIIiik the petition nnd accounts
of Cecil Drown, of Honolulu, T. II..
Administrator of the Kstato of Mar)'
K. llrovvn, deceased, wherein peti
tioner usks to bo allowed SGSli.Cl)
and charged with $751. GO, asks that
tho same bo examined nnd approved
and that n final order bo made of
distribution of tho remaining prop
erty to tho persons thereto entitled
and discharging petitioner and sure
ties from nil further icsponslblllty
herein:. It Is ordered that Monday,
tho Uth day of October, A. II. 1909,
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