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EVENING nUM,ET!N, H0N0M1M1. T. II., THURSDAY, Al'O. 25, 1910.
(Continued from Fare 1)
every line or railway of any lonse-
iiueiico opernti.ig In the United States
and CauailaMias or Is about to In
elude Hawaii In Its field of opera-, ably the most nuthent i railway
tlons. There Is no excursion or guide In the West, with a paid sub
steamship agency or hotel luforma- sertptlon circulation of 10,000 copies
Hon bureau 'the world oer that Is monthly; one page In the monthly
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iiu. itiipinitru umi u.n. -.uui.t-1 uiiin
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ielilg Miught for on every hand
iiii. "in miiciiiDHiji ti.,,i-i 10
Mo lecturer on travel falls to In
clude Hawaii In his talks.
-' . is '
.no gione irouer consiiieni ii.a
work well done unless ho can tell
of the wonderful surf riding at Wal.
klkl, describe tlio entrancing l'all
view, nnd thrill his listeners with
nu account of how he saw the world
Ui making In Kllnuea's
These seven ears of effort have
forged an endless chain around the
.globe, ea ill link being Indelibly
Mote Hotels Needed Soon.
Where the Territory could nccom
uiodato one guest timfurtnbly seven
years ago, we. now have better ae-,
cmumodatlons for one hundred, but
tho demand upon us Is going to be Australia, I feel lunfldent that we
much greater In the Imineil.'tite fu- shall receive direct benefit. In Hie
Hlro, and It Is not too early to plan1 way of n constantly Increasing iiuiii
for nddltlonnl hotel accommodation' ber of stopover tourjJtfl from theso
on a large scale. We are fortunate, countries.
In having so many desirable homo J'rlor to my visit to. Colombo, the
hotels or family boarding-houses In North Herman t.loyd steamers call
udiHlDti to our larger hostclrles, Ing at ' that liusy port refused to
which aid materially in making the allow the dlstilbtitlon of any adver
ttranger comfortable.; and what Is Using matter on board their steam
said At Honolulu applies to all of the, ers. An exception, however, was
Islands. The trip tn the Volcano of
Kllnuea has been made one of the tee's speeul Far Kast folder, print
most i':i8y of outings. Illlo has eu- ed In Kngllsh, French and German,
l.trged and 'uiprovell her hotel ser-lls now placed In the hands of every
vice. The Volcano Hotel Company' pamenger stopping nt Colombo on his
has spent a great mtttiy thousands way to Australia, China and Japan,
of dollars during this period In add-l At Yokohama the distribution ot
Ing to Its hotelarcommodntlons at J bur folders has hitherto been con-,
the edgo of the crater ot Kllatie.i, lined to the l'nciflo Mall agency and
making the hotel a thoroughly com-'
forcible and first-Mans resort.
The extinct crater of HalcakalU,'
un inn isinnil oi .Maui, can now ue
vlslicd w.vhout discomfort, the rest'l
houho at the tp of Hie mountain
affording Bhelter during cold or
ctorniy weather. The hotel uccom-
modatlons on the Island of Maul are!
grently Improved. This alto may he
tald of the Island of Knilal.
, The different Islands have vied
wKh each other In the building of
good roads. In fart, all parts of thA
Territory are making rapid progress
In arranging for the carp and enter-
tulnnient of the traveler. I
There has been n decided Improve-'
meut In ocean transportation niat-j
tern dnrlng the past year. Tho
building of the S. S. Wllhelmllia nnd
the replacing of the Alameda with
the Sierra have been of great help,
nnd It Is pleasing to know that the
outlook Is favorable to an early and
extenslvo betterment of travel farll-
lues on me I'nciuc.
Scone of Work Extended. '
During the past 'yeaf'tlio Hawaii
I'romutlon Committee hqs oxteidei
the scoie of Its activities In a mark, while the distribution ot our fold
ed degree. On the Vadllc Coast a ers from tho Information booth Is
number of Innovations have, in- creating a dc Ided flitrest, In ta-
greased the elflclenry of the work,
Instead of ronllnlng our efforts to
Koutnern caitrornui, ve aro now ex-
pnudlng our energies more equally
nmong tho entire Coast, and espo-
dally In tho rich region of the
Amor Iran and CunncU.iti Northwest,
. Through the closing of our ex-
lit til tj In Uw Angeles, we were en-
This car will add new luster to
an honorable name
THE most valuable asset the Cadillac Company possesses is its
good name a good name which is not merely the result of
popular caprice, but has been earned by what the car has
done and what it has been,
For 1011. therefore, our first thoucrht out nne and onlv thonnht
in fact has been to satisfy that widespread and implicit confidence
which always, expects the exceptional from a Cadillac.
You are receiving- now, we verily believe, the most advanced type
of exact and icientifl0 motor car manufacture which the industry has
riease co-operate with your Cadillac representative by the earliest
Price $1700 f.o.b. Detroit
Touring Cur, Deiul-Tonnruil and llowlMer (Cm U'l'O. Mmnualnn
(30001 Pi-Ire Ini'lmlti Ilin following equipment HohcIi mugiielo mid l)cii
hystmu, one pair gun lump und gmieriitur Oiiu pair side nil lump mid
lull lump, umi Inn 11 mid set of lools, pump ami ivpulr kit fur Hum. tin mllu
ai'iibiui mid p Hliiililupl upeiMliimeli
iiiniii umi nuir 001 run hi mini Tim
'allied to enter Into n rontrrict vlt1il.1ntlc City to plan for n trip across
line won huowu uuvcrusiug linn, mu
Pe.-k-J.idali ConiiMiiy. through which
wo aie xcriiriiiK a wide elieiitullon
of our nr-ntcd mutter from soveinl
liuiidied points went of the Itoeky
Mountains, personal representation
In I.o3 Angeles, San Finnelseo, port-
land au senme
e, nfid otflce ileik
loom for Mrs,
lleadlec In Seattle.
llesldes this we are getting tarried
"lie page of ndveitlslug In the etim
pnny's "Hnllrnad Dine llook," prob
nulAl,..!!,,!! 'Tiiirlnt " nrnil nfttirnrl-
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ini,i . ikr,. uno,., in1 rim mmnnni.
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aunual. "Suninier Trips."
We hat. also arranged with the
Ain II.oh. Company for fo der-rack
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service, ui-khiiiiuk jiiij 1, mm j,
In Victoria, Vancouver and Spokane,
points not covered by our other con -
tracts: and we have been able to re-
tain the services of the Hallway
Folder Schedule Distributing Com-!
eer-!pany of San Francisco, by" which we
gel our printed matter well display-;
ed In many hotels on the mainland
not otherwise provided Tor, and In iravei.in me nisiory 01 me isianus,
the rnks on tic vessels of the I'n.T"e coming fall .and jrlnter promise
. lllr Mall..Iaclllc Coast nnd Oceanic) l0 w lllt years record to the ex(-
Closer Touch With Orient.
Through the ncqualntaliceshlp es
tablished during my four and a half
months' trip through the Orlont and
made In our rase, and the -.oimult-
Cook's, but now that the JapanisQ
Yvelcomo Bocjjty has established, a,
permanent ngency (here, J, feeUpB-
siireu iiiui wu iiiaii uu auia .JOff;
cute a much more satlsfaf.toryi.ser-
1 vice. We shall also be able, to'cqver
ivube In the Siunei.way,
J Atlantic City a Success.
For several years tho committee
has had under coiiBUleratlou the ad
vlsalilllty of stabllshlng a bureau
of Informal 1111 nt Atlantic City,
Amerlcn'H greatest tourist resort.
This ye.ir, thanks. to the cooperation
of the pineapple interests,, ve, , wpje
able to undertake the work, . Wljat
Is considered the most deslrablo.place
on the Hoard Walk was secured, and
nti 'Interesting exhibit Installed. The
ImmedlntiHSiiccess attending the, sale,
of Dole's pure pineapple Juice was so
pronounced that the pineapple plant'
cis of Hawaii have been. encouraged
to put up large quantities of thi's
product. In fart, tho bottling ot
pineapple Juice bids fair to become
one m iiuwaus greatest nuu mosi
prolltable Industries. The exhibit Is
atco dotng effective work In adver
Using Hawaiian conned plifcnpple,
wall throughout the Kastern partJJf
the' United States. During theshort
iimo me exniuit nas neen open, thou
sands of people, from Chicago, fast.
ward, have heard of Hawaii; bun
dreds have , expressed a desire, to
know more, and many have already
been sulllclently iiterested hy yhat
they huve Ichrm'd of Hawaii at At-
- i', Holm lull, full foul lull III loll
PJy EST!. i. 11
- Young Co., Ltd., -
i no racinc hip coming winter.
jIai Collfl(1cncc of Pllulic,
-ri,0 nw promotion Commlttou
i,. u-mi r..r .ir ,.,, a,iii,i ),.,.
m the confidence of our own people.!1""! ont out to practically cery
ti.i, ilns vpr ,.n en pvldent ni coiinly" assessor In six ot the most
Jurlngtlie past vear. Our filed and
tll0 coimn8 ,lf the dally pan6rs show
,,,, to be, , true, for oil parts iif .the'
Territory, as well a for Honolulu,
Kvery mall from the other Wands
bring, lists of names of friends or
acquaintance of the writers qn the
nia.'.ilanil, with the request that we
.ma, ilin, IB a
siijip.y mem win. our iri...u i,iuVie.,
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' 'aer 01 course, also, uie liu-
"wan rromotion uommiuee is exveciiou nll . 1 nni,ntion. in ,iri.e.
' .. . . .... ... . ........... us commercial orgaiuiauoiis 111 ,iruc
tfu-10 lamer me annual wiisiunKion s
... . . .... . . . .
lllrthdav Carnival, and to advertise It
nlrottd. to encou age the blennla
jrans-Paclllc yacht race; to play a
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leaunig roie in enieriaining noiaoio
sltors, etc. All of this Is of course
ry gratifying to the Committee, In-
asmuch as It proves that tho organ.-
zatlon Is genorally rerognlzed as fill-
Ing a place of largo usefulness In the
rlle yr Just past has been by far
the best from tho standpoint of tour-
tent thnt th-presunt lntrcaiCilJxa.nK-
portatlon .facJIItlcswJIU'ormlt this
being between two and. three hundred
passengers monthly, Tho uupiber of
visitors In the city during the past
summer has been equal to the heav
iest winter travel up to two jenrs
ago, and business has .been goodwill
all lines.- (. n . ,, ,.
ClnliiK rndtt' For lll llrsultv
The 'fact Jh.1t' the tourist .tralllc has
Increased s'd greatly during the past
two or three years, and that the fu
ture promises so much more In this
line, should be n matter of the great
est satisfaction to all who huve been,
directly or indirectly, connected with
the work of the Hawaii Promotion
Committee. For up to tho present
time we huve been engaged practical
ly alone In publicity work for the
Islands, without the tremendous ad
vertising, forco of great transporta
tion companies, hotels, etc., which tn
the case of almost every successful
tourist resort In the United Slates and,
Europe bear the burden of tills moju,
important work. The .hustneAs meu
of Hawaii, vho have y.tllliiEly, subJ
scribed the fundtt whlchhuvo madC
wiu uoninutiee H"warK elective, hitvp
rtoU' In 'the majority, of JnMuncea, been
thosoTi)ceti-tug direct, beueflt frpm in
dreasudiTuiutneree uid passeitgextraf
tic with Uie rest ot the world; but
ratlmr by those who profit Indirectly
byithat which bepeflts ,the community
as a )vuoie,
How Floral J'nnide Is .Idterliscd.
'Iir HXlvertlstng last.yeur'j Floral I
tlldei'thc Committee- Hecured'-an ,ip'
Usually large amount oft publicity qr
thd Territory. Over, 60,00, copies, or
Mr, Harry Mists excellent poster, In
tnu form of window cards,, post curds,.
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-hiivkcib, nuu uiuuouru Hllll(fU9, WlTfi
wiueiy uistributeu in iilmoBt every
part of the civilized world. In the
United States mainland, and through
out Kurope, this distribution was ea
peclally thorough; while practically
all Bcaport cities of the Orient and
Australasia were well covered.
The Committee has ul ready taken
uctlve steps In advertising the 1911
Parade', und the offer of n prize of
1100 for 11 poster design, has attract
ed considerable attention among
mainland artists, and It Is hoped that
designs may be submitted by local
Cri'iitlnir IWitlrfiTo Tniu-I.
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'During 'tnoiyenrrjunt' oloslng, wo
Imv'o tjiade use In greater degree than
ever befote of special fpriu letters and
post cards, addressed personally to
many thousands otiiuimes .011 selected
lists which we have been uble to se
cure. The excellent results nccom-'
lillshed through this method In the
On what was considered a perfect Car in
9 10 1 Model
Cylinder bore Increased from -Hi In
chesto Vi Inches, This, with more
eltlclent carburetor, (Schebler)
which Is wuter-Jucketed, effects a
material Increase In power. Piston
stroke, 4',i Inches.
The four cylinders aro case singly,
with copper jnckets applied, retain
ing the exclusive Cadillac feutures
Wheel base Increased from 110 to 110
.Inches, making the cur easier thai,
Double drop frame, 2V4 in. drop, which
makes cur set lower, und this with
the larger hood und more 'roomy
tuiiiieau greatly Improves tho up
pearunco. i.Aitdi: it.un.noii.
The radiator Is slightly larger, hence
hus greater cooling cupuclty. This
Is notwithstuudlliB the fact that the
Cadillac wax never deficient III (hut
Full lloullng type Tliukmi roller
bearing leur lulu. This Is lliu smiiu
CADILLAC MOTOR OAH CO,, PETW0IT, MIOMQAN
Llccnied under Belilcn Patent
lgi tnny tt0 i,0 looked for ngnln
In fact Ilia returns' by every mall In
lilchtu tliat the (IohIicJ Impression bus
been iiiiule. lleluro leaving on my
trtn to llu Orient last Bui,.embcr. 1
'Prosperous Stales of the Middle West
a request for n llt of n few of the
Hre .Vromlnont, and we 1-to-do ct
7l " ' CGinininiiy. who .ing,. ue
ntarcaied In making a pleasure- (rip
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Oil Trull (If Auto (Inner.
Ear,y m Febnmry We gent out
form cUer , ie s.eretnrleB bf Varl-
finally every city and town of lm-
iiuii eveiy vii ii" lumi ui 111,-
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r"""'" "! ."" ""'u T.l V" T.
f automobile, golf and country clubs
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tn ilpi,. vlrlnltv As n result w nnu
lnvo most ,,mue collection of nd
dresses numbering upwards of 20000,
,llnj up of men ()f lnuuna nI1(i leisure
jn eV(,ry ,)art of tie country. To the
addresses thus obtained, we hnve sent
a specially prepared letter calling nt
tentlon to Hawaii's excellent roads,
the facilities for bringing motor cars
from Hie Const, and the pleasure and
satlslucllpn derived from4 spending
the winter months In the Torrltory.
WorJatttr. followed up this. letter with
a. postcard giving tho freight rates on
uuioiuouiies ueiween .suit ruucisco
and Honolubl, and Inler-lsland rates.
liy every mall we are receiving re
plies from these communications, nnd,
I, feel certain that vye "shall note a
Very large Increase In thq, number ot
tourists with autos durlng.,the coming
After the rrilagngue Aln.
Ilesldes the above we mulled, parly
this year, a letter to the principal of
practically every high school in the
Unltqd.Statcs und Canada, west of the
Mississippi Hirer, together with 10,
000 postcards calling the attention of
teachers to the splendid summer cli
mate we have, and the desirability of
Hawaii ns a place to spend their long
Through n letter addressed to lib
rarians of practically ull of the public
libraries of the United States, we have
Received a thousand or more lists of
books on Hawaii, which arc on their
'shelves.' Tliroucb this means wn urn
rennbled to.suggest otber.,books, which
tney laoK, nnd which are, valuable In
'spreading general Information con
cerning the Territory.,
11 Another valuable .list,, ol between
MOO nnd 10,000 addresses of persons
likely to be interested In Hawaii, was
obtained through the caurtejiy of
munyi'jj wholesale grocery Hums,
throughout the Western States, who
nt our request sent us lists of their
customers to whom they have been
selling: Hawaiian pineapple. ,
Ilnnks (In T rainy and ..Sblpy.
I would plo stute here, Hint,
through our suggestion, .various books
n Hawaii, selected, by, us, were pur
chased and added to,,tho libraries on
the esse.ofi.tlo Puclllc Mnll, Toyo
Klsen Kalshni, Unison Navigation
Company und Oceanic Steamship
lines, and of the limited trans-continental
trains, of the Santa Fo and
Southern Paclllc Hallway system's.
(let lti-ad) For Kxpoxltlou.
It will never bo. possible to meas
ure the exact value to us of our ex
hibit ut the Alasku-Yukon-Puclllc Im
position, In Seattle, last summer nnd
full. The total cost, Including tho
Federal appropriation, wus less than
1100,000, which amount Is certainly
but 11 pittance of the actual value In
publicity, which, the Islands received.
Mom it. I , mention ils because I be
lieve that no time should be lost In
making preparations 1 for tnkjng. ,u
prominent part in tho exposition
which will mark the opening pf the
Panama Canal In 191, whlc,h means
so much to Hawaii,
One qf the, most.slgnlllcunt signs of
last winter were, the number of ex-
uxle ns used on a number of Amor
lea's highest priced curs.
I.AItdKII IlltAKi: IHIUMS.
More powerful brakes, more easily ap
piled and greatly Increased elllcl
ency. Contructlng und expundlng
double uctltig brakes, both eipial
TWO K1.MTI0.V SYSTEMS.
Tvvu complete und Independent Igni
tion systems, each with Its own set
of spnrk plugs. The two Ignition
systems consist of Ilosch high tens
Ion magneto und the new mid Im
proved Helen system with sluglt
unit coll, high tension distribute
und controlling reluy, Hither sys
tem alone Is olllclent for opurutlni
All electrical wiring enclosed In cop
Copper munlfnlds utu used for walei
Inlets mid outlets In the clmilutlnr
Culcli play ho lemovrd In 11 very few
mlmilo without dlsliiihlng nllmr
cmslons which attempted to organ 1 7.0
for tho trip to Hawaii, but which
lulled uu account of steamship facil
ities Three Dvciirilntu 1,1'kel).
In this cohnectton wo liavo good
reason to believe thai thero will bo at
least tin eo Ihtge excursions urinnged
tor tho 'coming winter, which will be
actually' carried out: ono from Beat
tie' and two I mm I.os Angaies.
Wlthlrrtl.u .nst few weeks wo liavo
had several purtles of from eight to
twenty, recruited lu f.os Angeles, by
the' Herman American Snvlngs Hank,
which Is running a tourist department
and largely through our efforts hat
lately turned. Its attention seriously
In, this direction. The assistant man
ager of this burenu recently spent
scvernl weeks here studying tho field
thoroughly, nnd wo may safely ex
pect to receive the active support o:
this organization In the future: Thos.
Cook & Son nre also planning a scrlei.
of excursions to Hawaii Tor the com
ing winter, Raymond & Whltcomb,
Cotlver and other tourist agencies nil
include Hawaii In their Itineraries,
ltesultx Kroin AiiBlraliikln.
One result which can bo traced nt
most exclusively to our work Is the
vci gtcut Ineicuso In the number of
i.sitcrs 'o ere toeelvlng from Aus
tralia und New Zealand. Two years
,ugo It wn rure to have 'more than
tw6 or three passengers stop over
from tho monthly steamers from the
antipodes. Now wo seldom huvt less
tllu'n thirty or forty.
Hawaii Sets the Pace.
Hawnll now seta tho 'pace for sys
tematic publicity work, not only In
the' Puclflc. but more' recently has
Lbl'cn openly1 recognized -us. lending in
tIils"llno of worki by Porto Itlco, in
the' Atlantic.1 Our methods nro being
Inquired Into nnd copied, and "Ha
waii's enctrprlse" is the lash that is
being effectively used Just now to stir
half u dozen different communities to
a realization of their neglected op
portunities. Through Governor Krenr
we were recently asked by tho Gov
ernor of Porto" Itlco for information
regarding our methods, and our ex
hibit ut Atlantic City this summer
was Studied with much Interest by
I'orto Hlco's progressive executive.
Tho Philippines, under tho ener
getic1 management ot Governor
Hofbcs', Is taking a renewed interest
In gettlriii'lri touch with the rest ot the
world, and WlthliY'thc past month we
liavo be'eh ligalil'-'trsked' to--nRslst u
neWiy eWabllshW-'-Uubllclty bureau
tlli,oUgirV)ur,,exprii)lice. Japan has
fof'boiAe (liite been noting mid mak
ing'M8cf dr shriio ot ourimethods, while
JaVa hull Vjw 'aro nlso beginning to
appropriate funds for advertising
their- attractions to tourists.
Kniniiiilnii IlooHtem Abroad.
'o''ar6 utitler obligations, to n grent
lniaiiy,6T Uur own' citizens for much
'uln'fv'o 'und Intelligent assistance In
'6uf work." Hundreds huvo called ut
our olllcb to leave Middresses of
friends, 'WI16 Would be Interested in
our prliftofl imitteror to securo It for
setidlng htemselv'es, Many have'
asked t6 'bo" Supplied with llteruture
tor distribution' while an vacations on
the mainland. Space permits specific
mention of only a few of these. Mr.
Z. K. Myers, of Illlo, before making
a sevt nil months' business and pleus
uro trip this summer, requested us to
mall to his address In half a dozen
Important points he expected to visit,
a liberal supply of matter. This he
afterwards placed In the hands of
persons who will probably sooner or
later visit Hawaii. Ills co-operation
In our work In Spokane nnd Kastern
Washington cume ut n most oppor
tune tlirie, nnd'hls wide personal "uc
lululntifhco In that section ininde It
possible' for him to do 11 great deul of
close range promotion work.
Mr. A.' 11. ingula curried a large
package of oilr literature- with him
throughout his recent trip, which em
braced both America Und Kurope.
Ilev. J. W. Wudmun, In un extended
lecturing trip through the middle west
und us fur east as Pittsburg, In the
Interests of church work lu the Terri
tory, lost no opportunity to boost Ha
waii, both from the platform und In
Ilev. W. I). Wcstervolt also did
work ulong similar lines during un
extended tour of the inulnland, adding
besides, a splendid selection of Ian
torn slides niude from his own neg
atives. Mr. George V. Smith hus Just re
turned from un extended trip
tluoughout the northwest, where he
did some splendid work boosting IIu
wull, Our citizens huve also shown n
most commendable desiie to assist In
our work by muklng use of small leaf
lets of condensed Information on Iiu
wull, as Inclosuie in their corres
pondence; und In assisting lu the dis
tribution of muny thousands ot llorul
parade stlckors, postcards, etc,
Ve huve also lecelved some most
vuluublu assistance from 11 number of
protesslonul lecturers during tho past
year This has cost us vlrtuully noth
ing expect 11 lltle time Hpuut In help
ing tlms.i men gather their dutn, for
which they have always been very
Krunklln Matthews, tho Now Voile
Hun coriiispoude,ni, who visited Ha
waii during tho rrulsu of thu Atluullo
fleet III Ihusii wulers, hits beuii uu the
lecture plmioim for tho p,u y,mr,
und Is painting uur Inland In (he ins
lest of culms. I i I 11 iluifn n(.
it. mid his luiilliiu fur I lu wull vmy
1 e.i 1
Julm I' M1111111, iiiivuIIhh milium!
m'cimIhiv nt lliu V. M (i A, mnl 11
IMinihiT tit oilier iomiiih who linvn
HllM'll IMTP, HIP ItU'llllllIK luflUM
pi'lMI MllillMMIIMI HbilUl HuWHll III
connection' with their woik, und ben-
cllttlug us much.
Credit Uliirc Cndlt Is llnr.
Perhaps lu no other locality are thu
dally pallets so united In helping pro
motion work along. Their assistance
means everything to the Committee,
without It we could nccumpilsh bet
Thrcneh the rtiteri Ifie ot Mr V
l: Castle and u'her pul.'lc-splrlted cit
izens our benutlful valleys and 11101m
tulu ridges nre being opened tip by
easy trails, bringing the world' most
charming beauty spots within tho
reach of ull.
The work of Mr. Alexander Hume
Foi'd In organizing tho Outrigger Club
ennnot .be too highly commended, Tho
continued nnd Increased Interest In
tho greatest of nil aquatic sporhs surf
riding, Is largely duo to the members
of this Club.
Through tho courtesy nnd active as
sistance of the Territorial Superinten
dent of Public WorkB, we liavo been
enabled far several months past, to
maintain n brnnch Information ofllce
on the gallery floor of the new Ala
ken wharf building. The' two rooms
placed nt our disposal have been fit
ted up tastefully nt n minimum ot ex
pense; one as a writing and rest
room, nnd the other ns an office. On
Btcumer dayo n member of our offlce
stun Is detailed for duty ,in, Uicso
rooms, und already there Is evidence
thnt tho enterprise is much appreciat
ed both by local people and tho trav
eling public. ' ' .1 I
At a cost ot $l2C the Committee do
nated tho two handsome calabashes
offered ns tropins for tho, bl-ennlal
trajn-faclflo yacht! .rifcfc,; ffotn j ! 8 jn
Pedro lojthls poil, during tljo' oiontlr
of July Just j'uist. tJTho' Hawaii 'Pro
motion Committee was largely Instru
mental In Inaugurating tho first race
oflth chnructor four years ago.
.Mini) Meetings Held.
During the past year, the organiza
tion has held fifty meetings, of which
three wore special. These meetings
have all been well attended, nnd tho
members have besides given a great
deal of their private time to other
work of the Commltteo.
A number of changes in tho per
sonnel of the Commltteo have taken
pluco during thu year. Mr. V. A,
Howen resigned us chairman and ns a
member on Murch 1st, on account ot
ihls leaving tho Territory on nn ex
tended tour. Mr. J. I Mcl-ean was
elected to succeed him us chairman,
while Mr. Norman Watklns wus ap
pointed, by tho Chamber ot'Conimerco
to, nil tjie vacancy In the Committee.
Chairman McLean In turn resigned
from tho Commltteo 011 Juno 23rd, as
ho was about to.loavo on a Ions vaca
tion trip, nnd wns succeeded to the
chair by Mr. G, Krcd Hush; the Com
niltteo filling Mr. McLean's place by
tho election of Mr. W. II. Mclnerny,
as nicmbor nt large.
My jeport would not bo romplot,t
without referonco to the painstaking
and excellent work of Mr. Will J.
Cooperj who has acted as Secretary
during my absenco from tho Terrl.
tory, and 1 would ulso mention tin)
effective uervlco rendered tho Com
mltteo by I.loyd Child nt Asbury
Park and V. J. Vlerra at Atlantic City.
Our regular oinco forco consisting of
Miss Mary Crowes nnd Miss Hoatrlco
Taylor liavo been faithful to their du
ties nnd havo also contributed their
shnro towards tho continued success
of tho Committee's work.
II. V. WOOD,
Secretary Hawaii Promotion Com
mltteo. FOR CAVALRY
(Continued from Page l.i
und hit halfway down the Held. The
ball shortly ufterwaids went In front
of Mnul's goal, and after a mlxup
Stewart scored for 'I.ellehua with u
lino backhand Btroko. The bell went
with the score standing ut: Muul,
7; Cavalry, 3.
Seventh Peilod ThU spasm was
only under wuy 1 minute St seconds
when Frank ucoicd with a beautiful
ba'.-khunder. Then Forsyth made a
long drive and mlssod the goal by
a few feet. Hanson nnd Sheridan
dJJ good work, but could not quite
get up, und nfter 0 minutes 39 soc
onds, Harold ltlce hit a goal with
Ills backhand. Then the Cuvalry
made a rush down tho field and Sher
idan, getting hold of tho ball, hit
for goal. Tho bell wont Just beforu
the bull wont through, nnd tho goal
did uot count. The score then vvust
Muul, 9; Cavalry, 3.
Eighth. Period Sheridan wub the
llrst to h)t the hull, and ho took It
down and then pussed to Hanson,
who very nearly scored, hut only lilt
behind. Then, ufter tho lilt veiut,
Harry Baldwin got hold und, 4S sec
onds ufter tho stiirt, hit u goal. Duva
Flaming, wus playing a greiit'Katno
Just now, ami his tiding was a trout
Hi see. iviiiik llaldwln then took
lliu hall Ihi'en.fomth of thu length
of lliu llh umi shortly ufturwimU
Hindi 11 punch of 11 goal, The Hum
wu ;i miimii' 9 Mi onds, Then
D'lvu Humour himiiilii out diem by
hilling 11 goal fimu 11 lung iuniu
In fiuni t Hiu uti (linn, a mlii.
til m'P Til 11 1 wu mi Hm simlMK
limn, m Dm Ml won! hmy n,
eiwiiiil Hint lliu iiiu 1'inM,
MAUI TOO STRONG
,t it ti u tt : n it ti 11 it ti n 11
! . SPORTS j
ft n n ti 11 it t: rt tx it 11 11 ti u u o -t
DO VERY WELL
N. Q. H. RIFLEMEN QET INrO
THE TWENTY-SEC0ND PLACE
Team Improved on Lait Year's Show
inp; Men Wi'l Return on the
Sierra Colonel Jonei Pleated.
Notwithstanding all tho kicks about
tho way tho N. II. H. rlflo tonn for
Camp Perry was selected, and tho In
slnuatlons to tho effect (hat tho men
were more of a musical bunch, than a
body of sharpshooters, tho rcprcsenta
tivos bf Hawaii havo done rcmnrkably
wull oil the rlflo range.
Colonel Jones received a cable yes
terday from Colonel Short and Major
Illtcy of tho loca team. The messages
road ns follows: "United States In
fantry, first. 3180; Hawaii, twenty-two
(total score) 2915."
This cablo means that the regular
United States Infantry won first plnco
in tho big shoot, and 'that Hawaii has
crept up a couple of places In tho
list. Ijist year Hawaii finished twenty-fourth,
and ovory year tho team Is
Improving n lot. To got so close to
tho first team Is a feather In tho caps
of tho Hawaiian shots, and thero Is
no doubt that irext year still bettor
work will bo done.
It will bo Interesting to seo tho full
Individual scores mndo by tho local
team, and to compare them with those
of the winners. Tho N. O. H. team
will return homo on tho Sierra, and
they will got n great welcome from
their comrades In Honolulu.
W rfflVill '
ON SATUftDAV m
Maui and Oahu to Meet Once Moie
on Moanalua Field. '
It is to be hoped .that tho rain
will clear off ,be,rtre)iaturdny us
the polo gnme between Maul nnd
Oalid Is scheduled, for that day. It
would' be too bad iV" wet weather pre
vented tho match belig played, as
everybody is Interested In the com
ing struggle, and a big crowd has
made arrangements to attend.
The polo this season has been ex
citing nnd good, and It Is One to seo
the number of spectators who have
attended all tho games. Kauai won
out in tho championship scries, but
It Is .not yet decided which tenm
conies second. If Oahu wins next
Saturday, they will take second hon
ors, nnd It Muul manages to heat
Honolulu, tho Valley Islanders will
The Cavalry lost every game, hut
they stuck to their guns In good
style. Tho I.ejlehua bunch liavo
nothing to be ashamed of, and tho
way they performed their hopeles
task wns a trout to seo.
From nil Indications, there will bo
n tremendous crowd at Moanalua
nOxt Saturday,, and the gnmo should
be a peach from start to finish. The
lineup of Maul and Oahu will bo the
same ns they have put In the Held
on previous occasions, and that In
good enough for anybody.
II II It
DOTS AND DASHES.
Joa McGurn "Tho Game Irishman,"
will mako Coll work his passago on
Saturday night al tho Orphoum. Coll
Is In better shapo thati ho was whon
ho boxed at tho old Orphoum soma
Most people would like to sen nn
All-Hawaii polo team tackle tho next
best four that can bo selected. A
llaldwln vs. Illcetmatcli would draw
a big ctowd, and should bo Interest
The tennis experts of tho island nro
looking forward In a possible visit
from tho Australian crack players,
who mnyjpasa through within 11 fuw
weeks en 1 onto '(11 (ho mainland,
Tho now Icugito will liavo n rouplo
nf giuiios ut tho old grounds on Sat
urday afternoon, and a good crowd of
funs Is (xeced lo atloud.
Cordoll Is nutting today, ami will
only lako 11 llllln iixvicisu Imiwion
now mid thn tlnui lie steps lulu Hut
rlim 1111 Saturday night,
Thu nw uyiuiiiisiuiu m ,, y M
(. A, w b a lummy, ,, (1, ((
Mt"l appiium'P will In. IhhiiiIM j,,
TliMhi 1 1 iiu umi, i, , ,
I "to WN U MUM I Jack mp
n"H HI wiMi u,m,