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BVKNIO BITM.IITtK, HONOLULU, T. H., THtJitaDAY, MAR. 24 191".
, SPECIAL SALE of
PLAIDS, STRIPES "AND DBESDENS
Regular 25c; ipecial '. 20c. a yard
Regular 30c.; " 25c. "
Regular 40c.; " 30c. " '
I Regular 50c; " 40c. "
Regular 60c; " ...45c "
Regular 85c; " ,60c, "
Regular 75c j ,K... ,.' '..60c. "
SAM1 MXHNS THURSDAY MOKNINO
SPECIAL SALE OF
J6.BUTT0N SILK GLOVES
i $1.?5 per pair reduced to 05c. a pair, Colon: Black,
White, Tans, Dreys, Best quality. 7.'
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roof of Ruberoid harmlessly
sputter away and die out.
They do not set fire to the
Ruberoid. They do not set
fire to the timbers underneath.
, Yetva roof of, Ruberoid is
more than mere protection
It is protection against the
cold of winter. . Being a per--feet
non-conductor of heat, it
keeps the warmth of the house
It is protection against the
heat of summer. It keeps the
building cool by keeping the
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t A roof of Ruberoid is prac
tically a one-piece roof.
For with cvery'roll comes
the Rubcrine cement with
which you seal the scams and
edges seal them' against the
weather and against leaks.
You will find many roofings
which look like Ruberoid but
none which wear like
For the first buildincrs ever
roofed with M alb-l tells ail about
Ruberoid- 11 II DEQ mil shingles, tin.
more than sev- HUDEjUU tar' iron' an
enteen years o-wnu-auTLruinornci) ready roofings.
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. 177 SOUTH KINO STREET
SUGAR 18 HEAVY
Nearly Four Billion Pounds Imported
to Thit Countrly Last Year, Cuba
" Making Record 8hlpmenti.
Tho Importations of raw sugar Into
tho United States during 1909 aggrq
Killed 3,810 984,907 pounds, or 98,300,
733 pounds gi cuter than during 1908,
nnd 54,332,996 pounds less Hum In
1907. Notwithstanding total Imports
last yonr wcru less than during 1907,
tho valuo wns $7,024 212 greater, tho
1909 value being $90,037,9(10. as com
pared with $83,013,748 In 1907.
Imports of rnw sugar from Culm tho
past jcar wore tho largest on record,
totaling 3 250 337,04T"potinds nnd rep
resenting 85 per tent, ot tho 1909 total
United States raw Imports. As com
'pared with 1908, Imports of Cutmn
sugar Increased over 1 000,000,000
liounds, or from 2l)70,fl82 752 to 3 250,.
337 047 pounds, tho nimllcr 1908 Im
ports heing duo to sliortugo of the Cu
ban sufcar crop. '
The heavy itiln In.lyipnrtH of Cu
linn sugar moro than niatlo up tho do
These buildings are tKe old
est roofed with any ready
roofing. Ruberoid was by
several years .the first. , ,
And of more than 300 sub
stitute roofings on sale today,
not one can employ the vital
clement which makes Ruber
oid roofing what it is.
This vital element is Ruber
oid gum made by an exclu
sive process." "
It is this wonderful Ruber
oid gum which gives Ruber
oid roofing the life and flexi
bility to withstand seventeen
years of wear where oher
roofings fray out in a few
These substitute roofings
arc matlc to resemble only the
Ruberoid can also He h'a'd in
colors. It comes in attractive
Red, Brown, and Green suit
able for the finest home. -
The color is not painted on.
It is a part of the roofing. It
does not wear off or fade.
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ing for any purpose, get our
.free book, which ( tells what
we , have learned ' in twenty
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ui iuuiiiil;. nm uuui
ot roohnrr. lhis book is
frank, fair, and impartial. It
rrcaso recorded hi Imports from other
couuinus. iuring ius raw sugar im
torls,froni tho Dutch Kast Ingles to
tnlen 32,Vl 2,650 pounds, while last
year the total was only 314,851,240
pounds. Among the other foreign
countries which shipped considerably
less sugar to this' country In 1909 than
in 1008 wero Germany, Ilritlsh Dust
mmes, united Kingdom, Austria Hun
gary nnd Ilelglum, . -
Tho following shows tho amount of
raw Bugnr, Imported frrm tho follow
IngYuisar'producIng countries during
thu (list two ears;
' 1909. - 1908,
Culm 3,250,337,017 2,070,082,752
Dutch IS u lit
Indies ... 311.851 216 932,212,550
lands .... 10S.498 523 1O2.5C8O0O
Germany .. 82 673 290.C34.179
gary , 19,121040
"Mrs. McMaiius, you're" a lady nnd
vyour husband's a gentleman; hut
thot son Molke nv vours. lie hlrlns,
hn cnmoH fiom n famll of robbers,
so he does," Boston Tiauscrlrit,
NEW ZEALAND-S PLAN
MANY HOTELS WITH
Hawaii Favorable to- the Scheme
Travel Club Will Push Along
Oood Work Now Started Vol
canoes for National Parks,
Tho Tourist In New Zealand nnd In
Hnvvalll Is tho subject of n recent ar
ticle Irl tho Independent that Is at
tracting considerable) comment from
tho press In tho States,
Now Zealand Is held up by the
writer as nn example, for America
nnd Hawaii In lauded forhor offortr
to follow New Zealand's lead nnd go
hor one better.
Quoting from the Independent:
"In every largo city of Australasia
there la St magnificent 'Now Zealand
Government Tourist Durcau', building
wncre every possible kind of Informa
(Ion concerning tho ftcw Dominion Is
placed temptingly before all who will
enter. Tours do luxo and tours of
New Zealand afoot aro mapped out and
arranged with equal Impartiality. The
tourist may enter the country with a
month's rail transportation paid for
first or second class, at n ratb of from
fifty cents to n dollar a day, as he may
elect to pay, nnd hotel accommodations
provided for first class at from two
to two and n half dollars a day, and
fceond class at(a rate half as high
whl'c widows orphnns nnd itib really
needy nro especially taken enro of at
rates greatly reduced from these, for
It Is a part of tho duty of tho Tourist
Department to look after the health of
the people, and the Now Zealand Gov
ernment spends millions on Its health
resorts, making them really 'health
resorts Imth from recreative and sci
entific standpoints. The min who on
ters New Zealand has tho entire pos
sibilities of the marvelous counlrv
placed before him by men of science
and nccuracy. The cost to him o'
travel has been reduced to a minimum
and1 the possible benefits exalted to r
maximum, and It has all raid Nev
Zealand nnd l(s Government splendid
"Our Government creates n nntloml
park and turns' it over to n momipol)
to conduct to that thuie of modes!
means aro kept out. In Now Zealand
tho national parks reallyJIolong to the,
people and to tbo Government. Any
one may erect n hotel Or open up a
stage route, but If ho oercharges, the
Government teaches htm a lesson by
erecting Its own hotels and establish
ing Its own 'bus lines, which are con
ducted so as to maku'n fair profit
This rato determined, they nro leased
to prlvaU) parties, conditional upon
n standard serylco at a standard rato
both set by tho Government.
"It rostB a Ilttlo over n cent n mile1
to lslt from Wellington, the capital
of Now Zealand, tho Itotourn District,
or National Thermal Park, that In ev
ery way rivals our own Yellowstone. '
"At, the New Zealand Government
Accommodation House at Wa'lmunga
(a g.osor that shoots 1500 fcot.lir sev
erul times as high as any In Yellow
stono), tho rates. Including room nnd
board, nro $2 a day for tho first three
dnjs, and $150 per day thereafter.
And thin Is u real spacious, comfort-
alilo hotel where excellent mealo arc
served. In Itotorua, Government ox
nmplo has reduced hotel rates mid
raised tho standard, so that those ot
moderate means may securo nil 'the
comforts of hotel life on Government
reservations nt rutes within roach of
all. tven on Mount Cook tho Govern
mJHt hotel charges nrc but $2 50 a
day, "and money Is made at this rate;
so that other hotels fall in line and
they, too mako money. Tho Gov
ernment has inado possible tho ex
istence of prlvuto hotels In many dis
tricts by Kb system of erecting reBt
houses, oery fow miles along moun
tain trails. Theso contain bunks In
sepnrato huts for men and for womon.
with n common dining room. Tho
charges are 50 cents a night for lodg.
Ing and 50 cents a meal, or jou may
pack join own provisions. Those
boarding nt Government hotels by tho
wceK merely show their cards and no
chargo Is nindo them. Tho Govern
mont will oen supply you with equip
ment lor independent mountain climb
ing nnd exploration a tent, 25 centB
a nay; sleeping bag, 10 cents; Ico nxe,
to cents, nnd so on. Of courso, If
you employ a Government guide theso
charges aro .Included. Kor glacier ex
cursions tho' fco for a guldo Is not
loss than $3.60 a day, or If (hero Is a
party of five to be conducted, about
$150 each person. Tho Tourist Do
partment kcepB horses for tho uso of
1V4 acres at Kalihi Valley, with
five-room cottage. Free water. 'Hen
houses: stable. Well fenced. Iaeal
place (or a! chicken ranch,
Also 2.1 acres unimproved,- ad
P. E. R. STRAUCH
74 S. King St.
those who wish to ride, hiring them nt
about $1.25 a dny. In every way the
Now Zealand 0o eminent entices its
own people and visitors to tho country
to mnlte extended tours of Its wonder
ful national reserves, and probably no
people In tho world know and loe
their owrTcountry better than do the
"Great medical swimming pools
abound, n hundred walking tours, lire
mnrpcd,out in every direction tor par
ties ot vUltors or tho lone tourist, and
every few miles thcro Is n hotel or a
rest house for his accommodation, He
may wander for das. with or without
a guide, among (ho Reisers, or ascend
mountain peaks, on the summit of
which he will find that tho Govern
ment has prepared for his comfort. All
this Is mapped out, the Tourist De
partment issuing free to nil a book
gUIng ccry possible trip by rail,
coach, boat, blcjcle, horseback or
afoot throughout the entire Dominion,
with tho positive cost of each stage
of any ourncy, hotefrates eerj thing
that tho tourist may desire to know.
Were Mt. Washington situated In Now
Zealand, Its, Government Tourist Un
real! would have foot and tarrlago
trails constructed, a rest houso li.ilf
way up and nt the summit, while ev
ery effort would ho made to get the
people to1 Indulge ln7n health giving
wniK to inc top.
Following Suit. t
"So successful was tho Government
Tourist Bureau Idea In New Zealand
that Now South Wales, in Australia
iuiiowcii sun, anu uognn expending
millions unou the building or roads
and trails, opening up caves, for tho
delectation Of the sightseer, creating
.seeing grounds on tho summit of her
ino snow clad leak, building Govern
ment hotels In far-off places, and or
ganizing a literary campaign of travel.
Tho result has been that the rallwajs
aro taxed to acrommodato tho peoplo
who wish to know their country, nnd
Livery one of the Australian Hutos has
munii it to us ncnaniage to nuopt tno
New Zealand Idea. Today the finest
structures In Melbourne nnd Sidney
nro the Government Tourist Unrein
buildings, nnd both tho Federal Gov
ernment of Australia and that of tha
Dominion of fiew Zealand aro orectliu
palatial 'Tourist Unreal! buildings' ,on
the Strand, jn I-omlcn.
"New Zealand does not conflno her
attentions to- tho three malnUsluinU,
on tho far-off "Raratonga, In 'the Pa
Iflc. tho Goofnment Tourist Dureau
has erected a hotel, rates $10 per
Acek, if you phpaso, so that thoso New
Zealanders who are advised to taka
in ocean voyage may do so and bo
sure of accommodation In the; South
Sens nt rates within their means. This
Is fnr different from tho French Idea
In ynhlil, where the tourists, accord
ing to Jack London and other recent
lsltors, aro fleeced unmercifully, and
In spite of Its delectable beauty, placo
Tahiti upon tho, 'never again' list. New
Zealand is straining every nervlS to
secure frcquent.and regular scrvlco bo
tween her imrts and thoso of our P.i
clflc Coast, and now, with the assist
ance of Hawaii, this seems likely of
In Hawaii. '"
"Perhaps no land has ever been
fairer to the tourst and visitor thnn
has been and la. the Island of Oahu (ill
which Honolulu Is situated." An cffqil
Is now being made to Introduce the
New Zealand sj stem In tho Istand-i,
with accommodation houses every
where and reasonable rates to anl
among thoso Islands. A dclegato was
sent br tho Governor to study thu
Australasian system nnd Australia
sent Its delegates to meet and consult
In Honolulu with a commlltea niuiolnl-
I by Governor Krear. Thn object of
the meeting was the linking up of Aus
tralia, New Zealand, Jhvs, the South
Scaslands, the Philippines, nnd xj&
slbly Japan, Alaska and our Purine
Stntcs, to work for a common cans),
looking toward the extension ot thn
Now Zealand tourist plan to other
lands. Hawaii Is" taking tho lend lu
this hands across the sea movement
which It. Is spi ending, but Now Zet
land remains as tho model on which
tho practical work Is based.
National Parka. ,
'yiawall Is endeavoring to bau thn
volcano of Kllauea, which Is the larg
est active volcano in tho world, tnl
Haloakela, on thu Island of Maul, the
largosl quiescent crater known to man.
both sot uslde as national paiks, con
ducted on tho New Zealand plan, not
with palatial hotels for tho wealthy
tourist, but with well-equipped accom
modation houses for those ot moderate
means, horse nnd foot trails rery
whoro, nnd transportation rates I emu
lated by the Government, wlthi mo
nopoly to no ono. California Is also
feeling her wa along tho New Fin
land lines', and It soonn piobablo that
tho first real steps on the Ameilcau
continent looking toward tho treat
ment of tho man who would travel as
one who Is a seeker after higher edu
cation, and never as legitimate ford for
leeches, wJIJ bo taken In o-operatlon
with our Australasian noighhmy to
draw the Eastern man westward. In
stead of leaving It entirely to tho
European tourist agents to hivo their
way and tempt him eastward."
Tho writer of tho urtlclo In tho In
dependent Is again vlsltlni Hawil
and has recently made a round of tho
two big Islands with tho objprt lu view
of assisting In the fathertu-i of tho
New Zealand travel plan In Hawaii
Speaking of tha movement to .i It u I
lotln man, ho said: "On my return
to Hawaii was approached by some
of Iho mort prominent men In ll.n li 1
andu with u icqucst that I assist in
The Prices are
the organization of a 'Trail' oi 'Travel'
club. Of courso I wns glad to give
a hand. Tho gentlemen It quotluu
proposed to employ men by tho jeai
to keep tho, mountain trails on Oahu
clear, so that 'cveryouo might, urn
them. For two years tho 'Jaliu Walk
ing Club, with lull members, anil no
dues, has been doing good vnliiutcei
wurk. Private Individuals lluivo per
sonally cut trails, an I It U quite truo
that tho well to-do uuj thn poweifill
get together and act in couceri for (he
common good. Cxcrclso In these lat-
Itildes Is absolutely indispensable to
health. 1 soon found after a little In
quiry thnt nearly every other Man was
Interested la tho proposed plan of tho
club. Allan Hcruert has alieudy cut
n trail from Kalihi road to the top of
Iho rldgo behind his summer home; he
has erected rest houses ever) little way
nnd u furnished hoitto at tho top of
the mountain, commanding ope of the
finest views In all Hawaii. This will
all bo turned over as cub property.
Mr. James Castle has eight miles of
trail on Koolau, ascending 2000 feet
along mountain ridges, with n nerma
nent camp all of which will go to a
properly organized 'Trull' or 'Tun el'
club, as will tho use qf his 20 acre
cocoa nut Island In Kanaohn Lay.
I'crc Pond gives two houses on
Kaal.i Stppcs. lion. Sydney- Ilallou
one on Tuntalas. And so It goes. Tho
Oahu railway wishes to oooiernlc
with such a movement, and the other
Islands with to be u party to it. xOn
Hawaii I found tho Lyman's willing
that a rest houso bo erected near tho
Puna warm springs. Mr. Robert HI ids
of Puwunwuu ranch offered to crict
at his own cxpcnRO on a hill from
which is sccurdd tho finest views or
Hawaii's threo big mountains, u gieat
log rest houso, connected by phono
wiut his own resldenco and nil Ha
waii, Mr. John McCrosson will put
rest houses at tho disposal of a
'Travel' club along tho iiiobI wonder
ful ditch trail In any land that or
Walplo Valley. Hotels and aulo
stables will mako special reduced
rates, to Tfavcl Club members to en
courage the movement and on Kauai
and Maul thn movement Is piomlsed
most ardent support. Tho statements
In tho Independent uro perfectly tiuu
tho Territorial Transportation Com
mittee, of which Governor Prcar is
honorary chairman, has boon for two
,vonrs working In tbo direction of low
crtrnnsportatlon fares, nnd has suc
ceeded In having fares to the Coast
reduced, It now soems thnt the am
bition of this body li make Ilnwall n
accessible to tho seeker nfter health
or sight-seeing us Is New Zealand Is
about to bo realized. Tho great big
men of Hawaii aro becoming lutorostr
ed nnd Iho thing will b done.
Neither Now Poalnnd nor an) olhor
lind in all tho world has moro varied
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sights to offer tho torulst ajid her
own people than has Hawaii.", ,:
III IDE BISHOPS CARRUQE.'
IS JOSIQBT'S PUV
Tonight tint lleniy Mi lt.tuMomp.in)'
will otter for Uio riiproval of their
many patrons that well known dm mi
taken from thnt ixipuliir book of the
sumo name "In the Bishop's Carriage."
With the McRae Company.
This plav Is one of tho best In the ren
eitolro of the coiupimv and will be
given a mosi exreueni mourning, wnn
ull properties nnd scenery Including u
roupo and liorso us well as a largo nil-
tomoldle, Thu advance sile for to
night and thu remainder of Iho week
Is excellent and the theatre goirs of
this city aro giving tho company good
A special matinee wilt he given on
Investigate lemon Rate Wash,
(ngton, Mar. 9. rrunkliii K. Lane
commissioner of iiitoistnte corn
mcrtef will leave hero'for Io Angp
les In n few dajs to Investigate tho
Increased (rolght rutes on lemon.
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THE EMPIRE 8HOW.
A program as varied as It Ir Inter
cstlng Is being presented nt the Km
plro this week. Tho main attrattlon
of course Is tho. dancing of Miss An-
plnwall, who has been appoiring be
fore crowded houses ever since Mm
sfgned on nt the Itmplre. Tho lull.in.
muscle dance Is not us some have lat)-.
eled It, u variety of thu hoocblo koo-,
chio, but Is a dniicu of thu unlives of
India that Is as tvplcal of thai rant na
Is thif hula f tho Hawiiihius. Tim;
plttures uii' all late ones mid contain
tlicmtb of both comedy und trtigedv. .
There Is novelty for tho picture'
show goer ulio spends nn evening ut
Tho Novelty Theater. Tho manage
ment or this house Is pnrtlculurl) foi;
tunato In alwnjs getting pictures th it?
aro full to thu brim with human mm.
tluus. and It matters not whether they
are Intended to make 5 on laugh or
cry, tb'ey nio alwajs good. Ono Is" i or
tain of seeing pictures that have not
been shown lu other houses na thn '
manager never parts with his IIIiim
until ho has exhibited them und ho '
lifver repeals his picture program ex. I
cept for tho nights billed.
ART LEAGUE PLANS ;:
1 Tho Kllohnnn Art f.e.iguo Ii.ih lieeii
very mtlve this winter, in consc- '
iiieme of which hundreds at tour
ists and residents have enjojed view-, i
lug the art treasures which nro on '
exhibition in tho spacious rooins of
Dm lenguo, i
sTho league Is now planning' to
hold a May-Day festival, but as.Muy
1 falls on u Sunday, thn league' will
celebrate this event on April 30,
This festival will bo held ut Ainu- ,
liuu. Governor Cleghom'H mngnltl-
cent estate. A Mnypolowlll bp Bnt 1
up and Lhlldron will glvo a typKnl
Majpolo d.mte. V
Mouths will ho erected and Ire '
cream ami othor delicacies dispensed.
Thu Svmpliouy Surety will In nil
probability supply some very film
music, nnd the festival will 'bo n
portrajal of the Old World May-Dav .
festivities. Including "Jack In thoSJ
Green," appropriate dances' , niulA
songs, and n Jolly good time In every?
Tlita mnMn. ,u 1 1 1 l.n ..It.. iHm.i.n.
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ed at the next dlieotors' mentlng audi
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