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I3VKMIN0 IUJLLKTIN', HONOLULU, T. II., TUESDAY, SECT. H, 1909.
The Effects of Opiates.
THAT IXTANT3 aro peculiarly susccptiblo to opium ontl Its various prep-
orations, all of which are narcotlo, Is welt known. Even In the smallest
doses, It continued, these opiates cause ch.-ingcs In tlio function and growth of
tho colls, which oro likely to Income permanent, causing Imbecility, mental
perversion, a craving for alcohol or nnrrotks In later life. Nervous diseases, such
nil intractable, nervous dyspcpsi.i and lack of stavlne powers, are a result of doslns
vrlth opiates or narcotics lo keep children nulct In tliclr Infancy. The rule among
physicians is that chlldrcn,should never rcccivo opiates in tho smallest doses for
more than a day nt a time, and only then It unavoidable. '
The administration of Anodynes, Drops, Cordials, Soothing Syrups and other
narcotics to children by any but a physician cannot be too strongly decried, and
tho druggist should not bo a party to It. Children who are III need tho attention
of a physician, and It Is nothing less than a crime to dose them willfully with nar.
colics. Costoria contains no narcot its If It bears tho signature of Clias. II. Fletcher.
. The Iff jfprt.-r conxnnlcri genuine
tlgnntnre of WayV3f S-GcUte Castoria
Physicians Recommend Castoria.
M Tonr preparation known a. CartnrM I have n.rd
for yrara In chlldran'a comptalnta anil I hare found
nothing twUer." Jon J, Lii ri, M. J).,
Orel in J, Ohio.
H For icmal yaara I rrccrnmmded yonr C'aBtorla'
and shall alwajs continue to do m, aa It baa lnn
rlably prndietd brncflclal rwotta."
Euwih V. rasuci, M. I)., Ktw York City.
MToor Cartorla la s mr-rltnrlnna honaehoM
mnrdy, Itlapurtly TrprtaWa an J acta aa a mill
calhartlc Abort all. It ds no h.mi, which It
more than can b aald of tlio great majority cf chil
Vlctos U. Corrxas, 11. D., Omaha. Nob.
Children Cry for Flct
In Use For Ove". 1 Years.
TMa)llrfr)i4.a, Tf ff
THIS WEEK at JORDAN'S
Women's Extra Fine HIBEED VESTS, worth 25c at
two (or 25o
RUBBERIZED SATIN RAIN COATS $10.00
SALE OF DRUMMERS' SAMJ?LES CHILDREN'S
WASH DRESSES, from ...'. $1.00
Two-Button Black or White .LISLE GLOVES 25c
WASH SUITS, neat stripes $4.50
NEW DUTCH NECK WAISTS. Special Vqlue.
Odd Sizes in C0RSET3 25c pair
1 to 3 inch TORCHON LACES ....... .50c dozen yards
Fine .quality PEARL BUTTONS 5c dozen
STAR TRIMMING BRAID. 30 yarJ pieces for 25c
Iarjc nnd small PANTS BUTTONS 25c gross
DARNING COTTON, all colors two for 5c
E. W. JORDAN & CO., LTD.,
MANY ON BOARD
111 K!SOS,. ,
Tho Logan will not leave for Ma-
The tl. S. A, trniiBpott Login, en nlln beforo Thursday 'afternoon or
mute to Manila, was slulited off Koko tarly Frlduy moriilug'.
Head ut 1.23 this afternoon, and will
t'cick nt the Chiiniiol Wharf. She has. The Hank of Hawaii has Just re-bi"-liles
Iho Twenty-Ant Infantry und celveil on the Manchuria tho now trnv
('thor roulnr military, 125 llrsl class cler's checks, In denominations of
p licensers, Included among whom Ih t?n, twenty, fifty and $100. They nro
Ci.l.'W. S. Schuyler nf the Klfth Cay- Issued by tho American Bankers' As
nliy, IioiiiiI for Honolulu. Two other eoclatlon, and aro good any place In
colonels, Col . S. Kogera of tho tho world. They can bo exchanged for
m my pay corps, nnd Col, Mark I,. Her- cash, and simply the signature of tho
Miy, nsslitimt chief of tlio riillipplno holder of n rliequo Identifies tho per
constabulary, aro also on hoard. Col. Eon desiring It cashed. They aro now
(J. A. Williams, of the Twenty first Is used by 10 000 banks who aro mem
tho ranking Wuror. hers of tho American Hankers' Asso
'Cnptuln Campbell ? Ilabcock, prob- elation, but tho Dank of Hawaii Is tho
,'phly tho best known quartermaster In first to recoUo them here. They nio
tho transport service. Is takl'ig tho os- much better to carry around than cash,
tel over, having been assigned to her ntid aro always- good whenovcr the
at .the Inst moment In the plnco of money Is nncded.
Captain Hansen v,i has been ordered ' Next Sunday evening nt 7:30 o'clock
to Fort l.eavenwiiitli-(o take proipo- Ihrro will bo, an Army and Navy Mat
Hon examinatniiB. form meeting hold at' tho First Moth
Captain Dabcock was ullnlitly t hi oillst Eplscopdl chifielt, copier ' lloro
Jurcd a few weolfs beforo ho sillied, In Inula uvontio ami Miller street. Chief
n Joy rldo accident, tho mnchlnq ffjlng Yeoman" H. O, fimmons of the WoBt
trj demolish a freight car. He has' a Virginia will have chrtrgo of tho meet
steam roller on board, foi'.nso IrnMa- liig. A niimbof.Jof'jChrlstlan soUlers
nlla, which he says will ba his Joy-ride mid seamen wllltnildress tho meeting,
uhlcle henceforth. , The music wlll be .furnished' by tho
, There are S38 men of the'Twenty- members of" the'Aririy ami Nsvy, con
first on board, eleven companies com- fisting of solos, duos And quartots. All
Ing from Foit Logan, Colorado, with navy men, marines and boldlers, and
tho hand, and onu company from Fort the public, generally,, nro most cord
Vlilpplo. Arizona. Tho regiment will Inlly Invited to attend this service,
,' ho stationed at Camp Kelth'ly. Mlnda- Thrj Mntson Nagntlon Company
liao. t has prepared a HlK-clnl schedule In an
; Captain Charles Wllllums Is tho inv- effort to usslBt In relieving tho pre
(gating offlcpr In tho plnco of Ciptuln vnlllng congested cnndlton of travel
Etlnson. whoSwas grante(eao for Lctween San Francisco and Honolulu,
ono voyage on his own request. It has been found posslblo to havo tho
One hiindid and fivo nvirlnos and Lurllno leave S.in Franelscn on Sop
fifty casuals nro on "iminl for Manila, teniber 19th, IliPxIIIloiilan on tho 22nd
CoiigiPKSinnn A.;'o Itiieker, u iiiein- end the I'litorprlsp on September 2Slh.
hor of an Itisylar' coiiimlsslnii. Is on It has not been usual for, the Ciitor
bonid 'us n passtiiger'golng to tho Is- pribo lo voiuo direct to Honolulu.
I hire pretcrlbed jour Caatorla In roanr caaes
anl hate always found It an efficient and ipeedy
lirnnly." A. T. TltLER, M. D , St. Looll. Mo.
I tiavi! ntct yonr Cantoris In my own hooaehold J
Ltlflt rfkrf1 9 attilt n.l ti Ira Art ljwt aaaaval t At
to um It f.-r In rail I, latatlneff.ct and freedom
from harm," pnu I'mnmi, M. 1) ,
"TorrC-.TrliholJ. the eneem of th. medical
prpara Irl.a .are and reliable medlcln. for
nfatiiK ml chlrlrcn. In fact it la the universal
l-jimhold rci'ieilr for Infantllo allmcnta."
J. . I'liui, M.O., Kantie City, Mo.
Snvc Money on
the little Things.'
Big Value in
Innds on tin extended tour for luforma-
l!on- l I. I-M.il
l In tho hold of tho Ugan aro storeil
f moral thousund tons of qtinrtcrninp
ter mid commlHsiiry storcH and itinnui
nltlon and in tho speclo tuliks $30O,GUO
) ,fafc ,tmLikilLL.
interesting features of
congressmen's tour of Islands
SAYS HILO WILL BE
(Hpeclal tu the II u lie tin.)
1III.O, Sept. 11. Representative
Andrew J. llarchtlcld of Pennsylvania
a member of tho commlttco on Mer
chant Marino and one of this best In
formed members of tho Coiigrcssloii-
al party, spokn of tho future of Hllo
In a way which should mnko tho Iwart
f every citizen of the town Hwcll with
pride and should do much to assist
the movement toward tho growth of
the city. -
I "' predict that the town of Hllo is
going to develop and prosper beyond
tho wildest dreams and most lofty am
Lltliins of any of the people hero. It
Is going I no greatly excel any period
of ptospcrlty which It has enjoyed In
the past, even In boom time, and tho
reason for this lies In tho Panama Ca
nal. I have visited. Panama on three
distinct nnd separate, occasions, nnd I
know that onco that Bleat highway of
commerce Is opened, uu will rcccivo
I 111 Jour port u vol u 1110 of shipping
villi li will surpass unj thing that J ml
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Krt' KctJI"K "'"'I's from San trnnclsco
roriimiu nun buamc, 11.11 once wo
Panama Cnniil Ih oin'iicd you will get
vessels from Boston. New York, .Mo-
bile, Kavnnniili, New Orleans and 'all
the Atlantic Coast ports, Tho ships
which puss through the canal will have
to go to n place n hero they enn fill up
their bunkers with coal, and whom
Ihey can take on fresh provlrlon, and
llllu and Honolulu will ho the places
whero thoy will go for these purposes.
Wo aro now building a great harbor at
Poarl Harbor, but that will ho about.
socn miles from the town of Honolulu
and It will be used In. tho main for
naval purposes. Hero wo nreulldlng
a breakwater which will give this city
a magnificent harbor, and, I boiluvo,
Hllo will bo tho plnco at which tho ma-
Jorlty or thoao vessels will go. Now
you havo steamers from the Const less
frequently than oncp a week. I pre-
diet that when tlio time comes you
will have vessels not onco a week, but
two a day. This is not a dream or a
fancy, It Is what I believe nnd .con-
fidently predict from whnt I know
Ebuut tho Panama canal and tho re-
' cults which It will havo upon shipping,
If It wcro not for tho fact that real
cstnto hero Is toMxpenslvo. I should
I... milrl, lnellnr.,1 in Invr.t In n Pn.u.ln
ot corner lots In Hllo myself.
"Ono thing which I havo noticed,
and which wish to eompllme. lie
people of Hllo on, Is their foresight In
widening tho street on tho waterfront.
Front street I hellove you call It. whllo
It can bo done without nn undiio cost.
Somo tlmo ngo I was In nuenos Ayrcs.
n city of 800,000 Inhabitants nnd ono
of tho most progressive cities In tho
world, and thcro they wjro spending
many millions ot dollars tu widening u
single street. This Hllo will avoid
by'thiiB looking forward to tho future
nnd maVlng timely provision therefor."
t m '
(Special to Tho 11 u 1 lo 1 1 n.)
. HILO. HAWAII, Sent. 14. "Your
main problem Is' transportation,"
said Representative Trlnco of Illl-
nols, chairman of the Committee on
Claims. "Wo have traveled around
your Islands and have seen tho very Affairs, wns 'particularly lntn,ric,sted
poor state of most of your landings In our , labor question, speaking aa
outside of Hllo and Honolulu, and follows:
for Hllo you need, of course, to have "Tho trip of our'party to""the Ha
your breakwater extended. There waliitn Islands has been ono ot the
should, howover, be no difficulty most delightful experiences Imngln
about getting the necessary appro- able. Everywhere we have been re
prlatlons to complete thnt work, ns reived with the greatest of hospital
Uncle Sam always finishes whnt he ity nnd courtesy. Kindness has been
has begun. As'soon ns ou have good piled upon kindness, and there has
harbors, and tho shipping ns follow- been nothing loft for us to desire,
od these, you will bo far hotter nblo "During my short stay heio I
to develop the Torrllory. You will have been particularly Impressed
then bo uhlo to get'n elites of farm- with Iho great development which,
ers who cnn get their goods to tho
markets, nnd who will foim a good
class of cltfzens.'
AHEAD FOR HILO
HILO, Sept. l'l, .Representative
McLncblan, of California, a member development of the Territory,
ot the Illvera and Harbors Commit- I have devoted sonle thought to
tee dwelt particularly on tho excel- the questonns to how this problem
lent chances whljh the town of Hllo of bringing In honfe builders Bhould
lnd for growth nnd development, be solved, and, I hove not found any
speaking ns follows: ibolutloh yet.'und this problem Is
"It looks to me as it tho futuro largely one which you peoplo must
of Hllo were greater thnn thnt ot solve jouisclf. However, I feel that
any other point In the Islands which the general ticnd nt the legislation
1 have seen. I took tho trip with1 by Congtess touching the Islnnds
Mr. Tlimutnn In nn nulo thioiigh will in the fii'uro hnve a tendency
Wnl men and nil that ( i o-i t sticteh Inwards the helping nnd encnurago
of (ouutlT to the north ot Hllo, nnd liieut of the home builder.
I seo thnt the possibilities of de-' "Thnie Is ono great pioblem which
velopment, especially en those great
plains, nro Immense. Hllo Ins the face, I feir, within a few yeirs, nnd Wh?t Inter srrl Reeder,
ndvnntngo over the other cities In t hit Is Hint of getting labor fori After' reakfast Mr.' Ahrens nnd
Iho Inlands ln that It has Hih huge hour plniilnllniiH. I understand that I Mr. MiCiossou furnished horses for
Hlit'teli of rc.imtrj Irnek of It In feed1 mil or a popiilntlnn nf 170,000 theiojn short trip on the trail of Hie mag
It, ami tliciu cnn be no doubt but nro ninety thousand Japanese uud ullKelit Wnlplo ,ialley. This was
i ' Li '
. . ii'&JttLis4Hiki&M. aui -Jk,.JL.-!,,'.
hut n lallroad should ho built ns
soon ns possible ns fur ns Walmea
lo tap that great country. The peo
plo of Hllo should all get back of
this Idea, and bring nil thnt coun
try Into Hllo by means of n rail
road, and, when this done, I feel
thnt Hilo will rival Honolulu, or pos
sibly wilt become tho capital of tho
"I do In n way take considerable
of n nnrsnnnl Interest In lllln. I mil
a member of tho Itlvcrs and Harbors j
Committee, and took a very Inter
ested part In bringing through tho
appropriation for tha breakwater
which. Is now being built. Since I
have 'seen It and the town of (IIIIo,
I feel especially satisfied over the
part I took In getting through that
project, and I feel assured that there
will be no trouble In getting from
Congress the appropriations which
aronccd to complete tho work."
(Special Corre3pondence.) ,
tin n ir it a it C.I. i.i n.Ki..
' . .. ' "'...' . i ... . ,"-'"
scniuuve unaniiicr, til Mississippi
' i htne ,CPtl particularly Imprcss-
c,i wlln tlle Kroat development which
has been accomplished here of your
(natur.il resources, and I think that
what you need particularly! now In
Hawaii is an opportunity for tho
poor people to ncqulro homes, so
that they can dltttnte Term's rather
"n he dlclnted to, and so ench man
can ,,ave h'" own vlno nni1 flB tree
nnd u, Independent of the great cor-
',or, Interests Let every man have
? homo P, J,lch ,llc cnn mak, h'8
'v,ns'."1nd .,b.n '.,0 .?" work . ,or
BU7.,,U8 ' " '" '
... ,, im le b( ,,, ,
iho Torrllory ,,, nol ,, j,
C(, of by .nllcton ag , (Iono umIcr
lne gy8tem U8C;, nero nt llrcsent, but
that n certain price should ho fixed
on thejn (and I-have not as yet flg-
ured odt what should eovcrn that
price or -Just whnt particular con-J
rtltlnns should be used ns n basis for
arriving at such a price, but it Bhould
be such that It would bo within
reach of the man with Btnall means),
Then when.. 1 lie Innds wcro opened,
It thoro were less nppllcnnts than
there were lots, they could jo dls-
l'oac "5 cire in rotation, or,
' ta80 ,nol werc mare "1'1'llcnnts
tLa" """ v""0 I"'". then they
should be. disposed of by tho draw
ing of lots, ns Is now done In tho
TTtiltnft QIkIao nn,l nlh tniul. n'lnnl
bo f h beB tnogJ
W,)(J wcrc not HUC,CBsfuli M auc.
ton tho mor mnn hns no chnnco to
com)eto with' tho rich, nnd the main
,jelt is not to RCt u i,Kll vrlc0 for
tho government Innd, but to create
homes for citizens. I bellovo that thn
native Hnwnllnn should havo tho
preference ,as tho lands In way real-
ly belong to him, but with this I do
not menu that everything should not
bo dono to oncourugo tho establish
Ins o a class of settlers from out-
"hie of the Territory, who would be
citizens or eligible to become Btich.
HILO, HAWAII, Sept. 14. Itcpre-1
seutntlve Padgott, of Tennessee,
member ot the committee on Naval
there has been ot the natural re
sources of these Inlands. I have ad
mired your great stignr Industry, the
splendid water projects nnd systems
of Irrigation of high lands, and your
pineapple industry also seems to bo
making great strides.
"Tho one thing which tho Terri
tory needs nt present, ns it seems to
pie, Is hi' building ot homes, nnd
this should bo encouraged, as It is
absolutely necessnry for the pioper
Iho Hawaiian Islands will hnve to
li. t SjiJt.
Chinese, nnd thctso are In thcMnaln
depended on for tho titling of your
enno nnd rlco fields. Now the Imml
gtntlon of Chinese has been shut off,
and the Immigration of Japanese has
been practically stopped, so .the ques
tion arises where are you going to
get, the men to take their places. I
understand that ou have begun to
Import Kuropenns, but the white
man Will not do the work which has
been done by the' Asiatic, at least,
not at tho rate of a wages which you
are paying tho Asiatic. This ques
tion Is, now ever, one which cannot
he solved for ou by Congress. It
Is one which the peoplo of Hawaii
must work oul for themselves."
(Special to Tho H u 1 1 e 1 1 n.)
HILO, Sept. 11. Tho history of
the overland trip from Kohnta to
Hllo should have a special place In
the archives of Congressional tours.
It started so smoothly and wound up
vfn such a blaze of glory and bub
bling good, nnturc.
Ono thing should not bo forgot
ten nt the outsi-t. The people who
had ridden over the perfect roads nf
Kauai and the almost perfect roads
of Oahu were quite convinced thnt
tho people of the County of Hawaii
should get wise, ns K. J. Lord would
put It, or gain wisdom to put It
The members of Hils paffy wcro
ns follows: Congressmen lteedcr,
Itarchfleld, Thomas, flodenberg and
Ilnrthnld, Clerl; Threll, of the Com
mittee on Naval Affairs, Delegate Ka
lanlanaole, Scrietnry McClctlnn,. Ma
yor Fern of Honolulu, Chief Clerk
Mnthcwson of the Secretary's olllce,
Editor W, It. Farrlngton of'lhojlven
Ing.lliltlctln, Kdttnr Hcnshall of the
Hawaiian Star, Frank K. Thompson
nnd R. J. Lord. Tho two latter
brought nutomolillci In which the
trip was taken, and Frank Woods
nnd Henry -Heckley of Kohala, car
ried part of the party In Jhclr ma
chines. Barchfeld on Roads.
"I have done ntitomnblllng In alt
parts of our rouritry nnd some parts
of tho world In general but I never
struck anything like this," was the
way Mr, Ilarchfeld, fiom Pennsylva
nia, expressed It In a burst ot con
fidence. "This beats anything I ovor
struck. Sometimes your roads are
like fields nnd nt other times when
the path doesn't look attractive, you
go across lots. This Is automoblltng
for your life."
The run from tho Kohnla Club
Wednesday afternoon to tho head
quarters ot the Irrigation ditch at
Kukulhnele wns most Interesting
nnd remnrknble. The country Is pro
spectively tho great farming land of
the Territory, nnd tho roads for th
latter part of tho way oro'of a char
acto to make It the most perfect
course for nn enduranco run thnt
could he Imagined, There oro somo
places between tho Woods ranch and
Wnimca thnt have tho Coney Island
Hunip-the-Iliimps done to a standstill
and going at a fair rate ot speed
thoro nro turns nnd drops thnt mako
tho uninitiated feci convinced that
the wholo outfit' Is bound on a run
ning Jump forctcrnlty.
When Lord's Car Led.
congressman Jlartholdt with
Pilnco Cupid, CongieRsinnn Iloden-
berg, Congressman Thomas, but It
too long a story to line up the men
in the car-sufflro It to say that Lord's
cur led. Tho weather was perfect
nnd tho running was rapid. The
first stop wus Akonn's In Wnlmea,
and that Is Haying n good deal. For
five, autos loaded to their capacity to
go over that country without n punc-
turo or n stop of any kind was what
brought forth the congratulations of
praise from Congressman Unrchfold
n'Out through the Perker ranch and
down through the Hnmakua home'
steads the trip furnished a variety of
scene and after leaving the ranch a
goodly 'number of people. As ono
rides through to tho vnst acres of
thaf rnnch he Is Impressed with whnt
a wonderful country thnt would he
It It wcro populated. The eleva
tion Is such as to mako It Itko homo
for tho mnn from the temperate zone,'
hut mighty little cnn ever bo done
with that land or any other so far
as the small holder is concerned un
til better londs make transportation
less of a problem,
Sreckons and the Mule.
Down through tho Hamakua
homesteads tho United 8tntes 'Dis
trict Attornoy run ucross An educat
ed mule. Ono member of the party
spent n dollar and twenty five cent
of another man's money nnd exhaust
ed the, stock of the only Thirst Par
lor nnd Life, Saving Stntjon along
the way. ' t.
The nttrncflve grounds of Mnnag
er, AlueiiB were readied during tho
late pnrt of the afternoon nnd nfter
a short rest a jiortlon of the party
went on to tho headquarters of the
ditch workers. Tho hospitality of
tho people nt Kukulhaclu was Ideal.
Until It wits tlmo to get up, those
who wanted to rest wore allowed to
do so, and tho wayfarers who wish
cd to talk It over ere accommodat
ed. In tho evening nn Impromptu
party was held and the Honolulu
men discovered old friends In Hey
Wodehoiise. Itnth, Lnlrd and n num
ber of othoi-s who nro engaged In
the work of helping the ditch grow.
nrvtnvvy iwvi iirrririyinrinnrYirYirvinriiVs
In time for
New Rain Coats
i Just received from' New York, a large assortment of
styles and prices. Mistly single garments.
In all light shades for evening capes.
52 inches wide 1 $2.65 yard
Handsome line of
tho trip ot special Interest to Con
gressman Ilccder. He Is the chair
man nf tho Hoiice committee on Irri
gation. Ilo knows farming, having
graduated from n Kansas farm to
Congress. Ho knows Irrigation pro
Jocts having studied thoroughly nil
tho work thnt hns been undertaken
by the Federal government. The
party headed by Mr. McCroasen went
along thy ditch trail, for a mile or
mote, gaining n glimpse of somo of
the scenic grandeur of tho valley.
Members of the party went Into tho
tunnel that tho Japanese aio con-
structlng, nnd beyond could bo seen the rcrord of geod running begun
the trails nnd the camps thousands to snap 1md the piinctuiesliiciciihe
of feet high on tho cliffs. cd.
Thinei Beean to Happen. ' Portuguese Homesteaders..
After looking over the tunnelling, Ono of .the thlpg Hint Interested
Mr. McCrossen led tho way to thflj"' visitors was the generally pros
Una of the open ditch nbove tho Porous nppenranco of tho Portuguesu
plantation lands. All this proved so homesteaders nt Ahttaloa nnij similar
Interesting thnt It wns after ton sections nbovo tho plantations. Many
o'clock when leave was taken of Mr. '' the Ahualoa people nro rultivnt
Ahrens who had assisted In enter-. '"R cn 'hat tlcy sell to the plan
talnlng the party so sumptuously. tntlonB and they aro doing, very woll,
Mr. McCrossen went along with his ns rnm farmere. Mr. Uecder Is veiy
guests In Lord's machine. It wns deeply Interested In the development
after leaving Kukulhnele that things I of ""' Projects thnt put lnil.cpen.lcnt
benn to hai.nen. Whether It was
the Influence of tho rarlfled atmos
phcro f tho Hamakun cliffs. Is not
yet determined, but tires that had
gone through the worst of Mud Lane
In dry season nnd steering gears that
had taken the worst corners began,
to show signs ot distress. The dust
was Inches deep, and that may havo
had something to do with It.
Potion from Sexton.
Nothing serious happened until
McCIellau's homo nt I.aupahoehoo
was reached After the travellers
removed their disguises In the form
of dust and Mr. Rodenbcrg omerged
from his hlghwaynmn's grab, Dr.
Sexton brought In a small potion
warranted to wenr for tho rcmnlndcr
of tho trip. Mi. McClcllnn served
n bounteous lunch and It was well
toward 4 o'clock before his guests
got away. "Shortly after leaving Mc-
Clcllan's tha first serious mishap ot
the trip was sprung. Lord's steering
gear went wrong. Thcro .wns noth
ing for -it hut his party must dis
embark. They were given places In
tho other machines and seven local
men, Including tho Prince, swore un
dying fealty to Lord nnd stayed with
him. Mr. McCrossen discovered that
the steering apparatus was not en
tirely gono ko, under his tutelage,
the outfit proceeded.
John Pocs to the Rescue,
Lord hud enough confidence in his
machine to slay nt tho wheel while
tho convcynnce meandered down the
gulch In tho general direction ot tho
road. Tho occupants however rode
on tho running board prepared to
Jump. One gulch was negotiated In
this style, and nt the top ono of the
tires, -that had caused trouble all tho
wny, gave a linn! gasp
nothing for It but to camp by tho
Bide of the road and repair. Tho
complcto story of the job would fill
n book, .
It was only partially finished when
Mr, Rots, ot Hakaluu. came nlong
witn his rescue, mnclilno nnd took
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four meiiibois, leaving Lord, McCros-
sen nnd Frnnk Woods to finish tho
repairing nnd tako tho next rescue
car. Rosa took his party through
In splendid style making great speec).
Later, Frnnk Woods' muchlno wns
, son nut fiom Hllo nnd landed , tho
rear guard In town sometime nfter
I midnight. Lord had fixed his tiro
and ' proceeded under partial steam
J for quite a distance but the big ma
'chine wus finally left by the road
side. Tho original crowd that stayed
with thn machine were Delegate Ku -
Iilo, Wallace F. Fnrrlpgtnn, Oeorgo'
F. Ilenshitll, John 'McCrossen, Frank
ooils, It. D, Mntheson nnd K, J.
Thompson's machine) Unit had goiio
the rainy sca'son. -
without Its .cxpnylcnt-u hiivlng" two
punctures within five minutes. Tho
last one fn Innately' was near thu
Huknlaii store. Mr. Thomas, of Ohio,
Impiulcd the opportunity to rlrcuhito
Milling the people of the-hnmlet, nnd
within ten minutes of Ms arrival
he had u w.oitllng tun tch. between it
Japanese und a Hawaiian going full
blnst. The Hawaiian won three timed
out of live.
ft wns n spl-ndld trip, replete with
Instiuctlvo nhscivntlim nnd boiling
ocr with rood unturcd fun when
nomo uuiiiiers on mo trull.
There Is no Until In tho icpurl that'
tlio .Manna Koa Is le iking or has
leaked ns u result of the hump she got
Mi tho rocks at liana, Maul, hist Hun
day morning. Tho steamer lunched '
whllo swinging nt anchor. She Is so
far fiom leaking that tho nfflreni havo
not oven sent n 'mail down to boo If
the paint Is scratched.
PLANS TOR FLEET. COMPLETED.
'Continued from Paoa
en In deh-ntel evening gnwps, nnd
the officers In their gold lace uud
white uniforms madu it pretty plc
turn. Tho dnnrltig sturtcd shortly be
foro !) o'clock, and it wns Just after
11 when the strains of Homo Sweet
Home .brought thu pleasant ou-nlug
to it .close.,
Among those prcicnl wcie Cap
tains Oltmoro nnd Flske, Llciitcii
nnts Holmes, Lnndenberger, McMil
lan, (lencral McClellan and the Miss
es MrClellan, Captain and Mrs, Ram
sey, Lleutenai)t uud Mrs, Ancriiiii.
Captain uud Mrs. Parks, Miss Frenr,
Itoprrscnfntlvc nnd Mrs. Miller, Mr.
and Mrs. McCiosscn and, Miss Mc
Ciosscn, Miss Cooper, Misses Spald
ing, and many othcis.
. The llghthmifco tender Kukul left
her dock last night nt 9 o'clock for
n trip to Ka Tao light on Hawaii,
nnd will return tho cud of tho week.
On her arrival shu will bo placed at
! the disposal of Admiral Sebrt-o and
! tho officers bf the fleet for th trips
that are being planned for Pcail
Several autnmobllo parties mado
up of tho officers of the licet will
lenvo tomorrovy morning for n lilp
.. vaj tiiinui wii i
around the island. Tim irln will ho
, )iy tno wuy ()t , p,, Htp.
,,,IR ()St nt Halclwn for luncheon
,, v,8t to tho lllnelllM10 fuctm-y
Tno cruiser Pennsylvania will finish
coaling this uftoriinou shortly befoio
2 o'clock und will proceed outside to
her nnchnrngu on thn makal Milo of
tho harbor, astern of tho California
and South Dakota.
Ab rood as sho Is clear of thn chan
nel tho Maryland will como liihldo ami
tnko her place, stui ting tho coaling
i early tomonow morning.
Tho fleet will coal again either mi
. Iho 2nd or 3rd of October for tho sec-
ond leg nf their Oriental Journey.
Bulletin Business Office Phone 250.
Rnlletin Editorial Room Phone 183.