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EVENINO nilU.ETIN, HONOLULU, T. II., TUESDAY. SErT. 14, 1009.
"We beg to call the attention of
the ladies of Honolulu to our
NOW IN PROGRESS
A showing of imported Hats in
all of the new shades, among
which are Porcelain. Olive, Mustard.-Salmon
and Delf Blue.
Also, we -shall have on display
many beautiful Hats of our own
creation in all of the new' shapes
Cor. Fort and Scretania Sts.
Tney Have Feet
When school boys wear C, 31. Alden's shoes for boys. If ade
on proper fitting lasts suitable for growing feet. Style,
strength and fit are given every consideration in these
bIjocs, and they are of the same grade as our Regal Shoes
for grown-ups. We handle them exclusively. Full line of
sizes at $3 and $3.59.
Boys, don't forget to bring your worn out shoes here
to be repaired. '
Regal Shoe Store
McCandless Bldg. Cor. King and Bethel.
GEO. A. MARTIN,
Business Suits for $25.
WAtt CHONG CO.'
DRY GOODS AND TAILORING.
Everything absolutely new and
fresh from the Coast.
WAVERLEY BLK. HOTEL ST.
HIGH-CLASS PAPER-HANGING. DECORATING,
AND GENERAL PAINTING.
SPEAK FOR THEMSELVES.
ELITE BUILDING. PHONE 397.
0pp. Fire Station.
CLEARANCE SALE CONTINUES
GREAT REDUCTIONS IN PRICE.
Oavid A. Dowsett,
INSURANCE. REAL ESTATE,
203 Judd Building-. Phone 655.
NEW MOULDINGS and PICTURES
Just received per "Alameda" at
'TIS LIKE' HOME
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herod forty-five when the steamer
left llllo on Saturday night. Hut I
the enrly hour and the loimh sea
ninl tho hnslc to get the gtcntmir
nloiiB on Its way combined to re
duce this number to ten.
Those landing nnd partaking or
(lie hospitality ot (be good pooplo
of Ilnnu wt'io Congressmen Mcl.nch-
Inn llnnit mill llmiston. Mr. McClol-
lan, tho three sons of Mr. Prince ol
Illinois, Mr. Ilceder'e son, A. P. Tay
lor nnd V. It. Knrrlngton. They
were met at (he whurf bv (he liana
rccviitlon committee, loaded with
lels nnd adorned- with hat bands
bearing the legend of Maul's wel
come. 'I ho first duty ot the Ushers was
(o plant tocoantlts on-(ho beach un
der tho direction of Oeorgo Cooper.
The (line will boon bo when the Con
grciDtonal locoanut grove will bo
the first In sight to wave a welcome
to the traeler arriving In (he liana
Canlagp ronced tho ptrty to
(ho homo or 'Manager Chalmers,
wheio a bounteous breakfast awnlt
cd. Mr. McUichlan was uble (o talk
Scoiil'i to his heart's content, but
found no oue (o conxcrbo with him
In (ho old-fashioned Gaelic. Ills as
sociates became somewhat sus
picious, however of his linguistic
abilities when he got (o tnlkliiK
with Mr. Chalmers abou( Scotch
baurocks, nnd (bey thought It was
hoiiniU 4 wanted to know nbout
llouccr, If Mcl.nclilun was bin Mtn;
on his (luellc ho Is an nrtlst of'no
ATtcr breakfast a pleasant fifteen
minutes wna enjojed on tho lawn
(alklng with tho boats and hostesses
of liana. All (oo soon Mr. Pogiie,
who bad como to pilot tho pally
overland, announced that It wns
lime to move on. loo mucn prnisoamI Wuliuku. Here Is more benutl
cannot be said for tho liana people. ru country where eery prospect
for what they did. pleases and casual observation Indl-
Off to Nahiku. catos a good openlm; lor tho home-
Carriages were boarded at .8
o'clock for the ten-mile ride through
Nahiku. This Is a beautiful1 coun
try, aud It was here that the first
suggestion of rain greeted the trav
elers. It was not a downpour, h'lt
Just enough to give (hem a taste ot
what tlyo district can do. The won
derful fertility of the soil was showi
by the cane fields of Hnna alongside
the road, where tho cane appears in
grow luxuriantly out of the very
lava nick. In tho Nahiku district
tho homesteads were passed. They
aro not ntttactlvo In some respects,
but they bear u tremendous growtu
In (he rubber section a good view
was gained of the various rubber
projects. The trees looked healthy.
nnd In some places It was observed
that tapping had begun.
The ten miles to (ho end ot trc
road wns reached In comfortable
lima so that tho start along the trail
on horseback was made promptly at
10. Hero again wore tho evidences
ot the splendid arrangements of the
Mutilans. Enough horses were on
hand to take forty peoplo over the
trail. Mr. Poguo was acclsted from
hero on by Mr. Peck of tho Maul Ag
ricultural Company and fin able
corps of assistants.
Great Scenic Route,
Tho description of this portion or
tho ttlp Is entitled to a book by
Itself. Tho man who said that the
trip from Nahiku along the trail
through Keanao and Ilonomanu
gulches Is the greatest scenic trip or
all Hawaii put It mildly. It was
grand. Tho scenery Is massive and
softened by the most dollcnte and
varied tlutes imaginable. The man
who had been! In the Yosemlo and
thomnn who had enjoyed tho scen
ery of Switzerland and ho wlio had
hitherto had held that Wnlplo was
the best of all, admitted that ho had
to change his mind. One can well
affoid to travel thousands of miles
to go over that trail, and when It
necomes moro widely known thous
ands will flock to it.
An hour nnd a halt at noon wns
tiikon for rest nnd refreshment at
Mr. Pogue's place down In Keanao
gulch, Ileio horses woro change!
nnd tho ascent ot tho "other side"
$15.00 3 bed-room house on
lick ave near car line,
$12,00 2 bed-room house, nartlv
furnished, at Manoa Valley,
short distance from car.
P. E. R. Strauch
74 S. King St.
' "' l'ili.l'. AWWI.MHJJ? tti
begun, Tho party was no sooner
through with (heir cnthuslnstlc
prnlso of tho Kcanac scenery than
(hey swung around Into llonoinnnu,
which, with Its precipitous sides
nnd magnificent waterfalls, wns
gi under and more delicately tinted
til nn Keanno. Tho only disappoint
ment was that tho scbedulo would
no( allow stopping to "take In" tho
scenery. One could stny on the
trail for dns anil not be surfeKed.
Work of Man.
The great work of man with
brain, brawn and money was nlways
In evidence, as well us the beauty
and grandeur lC nnture. Tho (rail
ran alongside nnd In (he gcnefnl di
rection of the great Koolnu ditch
built to reca water to me planta
tions controlled by (be Hnldwln In
terests. Splendid lrtorlcs for cn
glneorliiA were all along the wny,
nnd millions of gallons nf water
wcio seen speeding on to the llclds
thlrty-iHo miles away, us Iho result
of nn Irrigation enterprise linohlnK
an expenditure ot half n million or
Men of Power.
'Who furnished (he money for all
these great enterprises?" asked one
CoiiEressman. When he was told.
Ills speech thnt night dwelt purlieu1
larly on the coinage and cnterprlso
of Hawaii's men of means and (heir
able assoclalcs. Theie must bo real Tickets $1.00; to he had at Fitz
power, genius and Intelligence to oatrick Bros., M. A. Gunst Co., E.
catry such great works thiough to TJ. Hall & Son, Ltd., Wall, Nichols
success. i Co., Ltd.
It was half past three Sunday art I
ernoon when Mr. Pogiie led bis cav
alcade Into his home giounds at
Knllun, Maul at he end of the
trail. Yes, Indeed, some of them
were tired, but not a man or horse
was "done up" or much tho worse
for wenr, nnd (hey had made (ho
twenty-three-mllo trip, with many
possibilities for incidents and tho
untoward results of Inuil riding over
a rugged ti-.itl. In record time. '
Maul's Good Roads.
Automobiles were In waiting, and
soon the party wcro speeding over
tho splendid roads, eating up tho
twonty-seven miles between Kallua
stenuer. The roads demonstrated
the Intelligence nnd progressho
spirit of Maul as compared with the
hubblety btimcty wnys thnt had
been bo recently brought to Iho at
tention ot the visitors In their tour
Profitable New Industry.
a piop was mane ai ine Kaupaka-
lua, winery, wheio n now and pros
perous euterpilse Is being built up
that furnishes a market for the
grape glowers pf tho surrounding
country. Mr. Houston was the of
ficial taster of the party, and he did
It with a most tempornto discretion,
but not all the wlno they could
bring out could stir Mr. Houston's
kindly heart and loveablo nature to
Buch poetic fancies as tho natural
wonders of tho dlt.h trail. Mr.
Houston was rcdtlng poetry all tho
way along the trull, and It was
mighty good, Mr, Good confessed
thnt. ho had exhausted every phrnso
nnd expression, exotic or Indigenous,
that he knew In the effort to find
woids to describe thc6Cenory.
If tho writer In describing the
trip makes constant reference to tho
scenery of tho ditch (rail, ho Is mere
ly de'plidng with more perfect ac
curacy what the party1 did through
out the day and will contlnuo to do
for jenis to come, namely, revert tJ
the thoughts of that trull nnd the
glories of nature's wonderland that
hnvo been burled from the ordinary
mortal for ears on Maul,
A good wlno and a good) brandy
are being made at Knupakalua, and
(his lndus(ry should grow by leaps
and bounds. It will do so It (ho
product put on the market Is kept
pure by the middle mon. It was
hero that the overland party first
encountered the Congressmen who
had gone on to Knlnilul, Mr. Reed
or ol Kansas Inspected the property
under the guldunco ot Udltor Coko
ot tho Maul News.
Some or the overland autos went
straight through to Walluku, and
others deflected to tho plucapplo
tannery of Ilulku. Hut all of tho
cross-coun(ry riders reached Wallu
ku before 7 o'clock in the evening.
The main section or the Congres
sional party had continued on In
Iho Mauua Ken to Kahulul, where
they .were met by the official Central
Maul committee) und taken to private,
Under the direction of Worth
Allien, n paitj including Mr. and
Mrs. Scott, Mr. nnd Mrs. Pudgett,
Mr. and Mrs. Dawson made the trip
up HulcMkula. The lime wns so
lort that only u row attempted It.
This party saw the sun set Sunday
ulKht, and after a night's "sleep"
on tho floor ot the liouso near tho
summit saw the sun rUe. They saw
lull tho Krnuduur ot Hiikakala,
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Hawaiian Opera House
COMMENCING MONDAY EVENING, SEPT. 13
LIVING, SPEAKING. SINGING, MUSICAL
SEATS ON SALE
AT BERGSTRO.M MUSIC CO.
PRICES 23c. 15c and 10c.
Wednesday. Sent. 15. at M0ANALUA
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1909.
ST. LOUIS vs. DIAMOND HEAD.
Tickets on Sale at M. A. Gunst &-Co.
Sunday, September 19
GAMES TO BE ANNOUNCED
Seats on Sals at Wall, Nichols Co.,
Ltd., King street.
C. H. Bchn
Proprietor and Manager.
Corner Alakea and Hotel Streets.
Tour machine will be ready (or
you when we say it Will be. We
don't experiment on autos j we repair
Von Hamm- Young
ALEXANt-m YOUNG BUILDING.
The W.W.WRIGHT C0.,Ltd.
King, near South.'
SCRUMAN CARRIAGE CO
J. W, KERSHNER
1177 Alakea St.
PEEK, FREAN & CO.
Crackers and Wafers.
HENRY MAY 4 CO.,
The Home of Vaudeville.
J. C. Cohen Proprictoi
Of the Kings of Musical Comedy
Wise S Milton
comnanv of Sing:rs, Dancers
and Musical Artists.
Prices 10, 20. 30 cents
Matinees WeJnesday and Saturday
Open Every Afternoon
AFTERNOON SESSION, 3 TO 5
EVENING SESSION. 7:30 TO 10.30
Miss Emma Wiener
Champion Lady Skater of the World
ADMISSION 15c; Skates, 15c
nilllvllv I CJI ll
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Open Air Theater
Fort Street- Below Bcrctaaia.
(From the Empire Circuit)
MUSICAL MONOLOGUE ARTIST.
Admission 10 and 15 cents
Children '. 3 cents
THE FAREWELL PERFORMANCE
OF THE LESSOS,
Change of program three times a
week Monday, Wednesday and Fri
day. ..rit.i i.hiaft
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He It retclved b Uif Hoard of .
?iitIsois of the t'llj nnd Counts'
of Honolulu Teriitory or Hawaii, .
lint (he sum uf one thoii'nnd four ,
hundred nnd sixty ($l,4C(f.iO) dtjl
lars lit anil Is hereby appropriated
fiom the Itnul Tax Special Deposit f
.Igiiliist tho district of Kw.i and Wof- 'l
.inne for the purchnse of i.iules, wn- r
KUis nnd hurnesi 4
PriMuiilcd by Supervisor J. C ,j
Qultili. ' -1
Ditel; August 27. 1900. -.J
Joseph J. n;iiN,
1113 Sept 13. II, 16, 16, 17, IV .
.'0, 21, 22, 2 J.
TENDERS FOR WATER PIPE.
lllds are rcriursled by the Iloaul
of Superiors of tho County nf
.vaunt until 1 o'clock p. in., Oct. C,
or ono thotiEjnd feet or elght-lnt-ll I
veil casing, delleicd I o b. wharf i.
Time or earliest delivery must bo
stated lllds must be scaled In plain
envelope and marked Tenders for
Water Pipe nnd nddreFod to Hoard
of Supt'i vision), County of Kauai.
J II MOItAOXU.
County Road Supervisor
H09 -Sept. 8, 9, 10, 11, II, 1'.
The Johnson Tlcor Tinishc)
are necessary in bcautifrin;!
the modern home. We carry
n complete line of these
coojs, includini- Johnson's.
Frcparcd Wax. Johnson's
Wood Dyes. Johnson's Tlocr
Finishes, Johnson's Reslor-r.
Fins booklet "The Proner
Treatment of Floors. Wood
work and Furniture," free
for the asking.
Lewers & Cooke,
177 S. Kinc; St.
Has No Equal .
We know that Kce Los
will Rive more satisfaction
than any other typewriter
carbon made. Wc do not
hesitnte to guarantee it. It
it strictly non-smudj-c nnd it
Hawaiian News Co., Ltd.
Alwnnder Yonnir Tiblo.
Alexander Young Bldg.
IT TASTES CLEAN
BECAUSE IT IS CLEAN
Is pleasant and whole
some. "There's a dif
ference." The Baby
notices it instantly.
THE POND DAIRY.
IS AT THE TERMINUS OF THE
MOST INTERESTING AUTO RIDE
ON THIS ISLAND.
MRS. ROSENBERG. YOUNG HOTEL
Agents for the Kissel Knr aud
INDEPENDENT AUTO STAND
King nnd Bishop Sts.
ALL THE FITTINGS FOR
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