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EVENINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, 8ATURDAY, 8EPT. 16, 1911.
FORT SHAFTER BOYS MADE UNIQUE "HIKE" TO SEE VOLCANO
Welcomed by Citi
How The Twentieth Infantry
Journeyed From Honolulu To
Crater of Kil&uea and feacl-
, Incidents of trip :, , '
, By R. 0., Roginson.
A trio to the Crater of KlluUcn. Ha, was wished that the volciinn was lo-
jr"' ty r jhjV SA'JiaB'flLw'LVaLLHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiH
t W,it it " -frBfii ! ii'Prfll jflofe
vvali'H wonderful volcano on tlio Island I rated on tha sunshine IhIjihI of O.ilm
of llawull, In equally" Interesting, cdu-l Instead of where It In. Ab'out 3:15
rntlonal anil exciting as u MiJourn.to.Mountnln Vkw was readied. Kitchen
any of the great nuven wonders of tlio
world. Kor here, nwny out In tnld
Pocllle, lies an archipelago possessing;,
nil for Its own, nn nctlvo olcann.
Tourists visit and wonder, astounded
t the greatness of tlio thine, and try
to solvo the secrets nnd mysteries that
lie burled beneath tho lied of boiling,
molten lava, which sizzles nnd sends
fprth scorching fumes year lifter year,
People have sat all night long watch -
Ing Mndamo Pcjo, goddess of lio lake
of fire, curry on her celebration of lire-'
works, only to depart with burned
faces and a fond remembranco of what
they had seen. Yet this great wonder, men rolled up for u rest after an event-
gocrf on, studied but unlearned, cxper-jful day.
Imented with and unfnthomed, whllo Arrival at Volcano,
many who vlt.lt Honolulu fall to visit j At tho usual time camp wns broken
this. Haw-nil'." greatest curio. land tha soldiers left Mountain Vlow on
Soldiprt Embark ori Maui. , tho llnnl stretch of their Journey to
Kor several years past It linn been the volcano. Now tlio beauty of the
the desire of the enlisted men out at scenery Incroosed, nnd exclamations of
- .nL.M.. ... . .. h ..1..I. n tItlnVi.ai.HU. h.V 4.... .. fenm nil nnrtu
run oiiniii'i i,j l'Jt ,, iu .
mid make thn trill uu 'to tho volcano,
Plans havo bee-h, arranged, anil several,
times it, ,wits''thHiKlt that the' soldiers
would 'havetthtprlvllcgqof leaving tho
1U1,... .1 t ftnlm lnt in r nunll Tlitl
Jnlnllll I'l, trUKU) iruv tu hip iuieiHllii iv; Kiij lino vhvj innnu imij "
this jenr tho arrangements wero made that exist only In beautiful 'IlnvvalJ.
with success, and August 31 found two making even more entrancing tho
companies of doughboys, 12 nnd V, scenery ns tho men marched on their
making blanket tolls 'and doing tho Wny toward tho Volcano House. 8oon
minor things that go together with n nil vegetation seemed to dlo nnd a great
voyitgo.on tho" sen, even If It Is only hod of black lava appeared uhend.
for twenty hours. Just nftcr muster Things wero becoming more nnd more
tho compnnles were formed, with Cup- Interesting, and excitement lif tho col
lain Wm. H. If. Chapman In command umn was becoming prominent. To
of the troops nnd .Company V, whllo many of the men luch sights ns these
1st Lieutenant J. S. McClcery com- were too much tor words and they
mnnded Company K, accompanied by -
2nd Lieutenant Fteil It. Palmer. I.lcu-
tennnt K. K. Johnston, M. It. C, and
three enlisted men represented tho
medical end of the participators In tho
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hike. About one hundred and flftecnVoknnn House, together with many
In all boarded street ears for the trip tourists, received the men with open
down to the dock. The Maul was wait-j arms, and once again hospitality in the
Ine and iirnmntlv at noon nulled un-
chor and sailed for Hawaii.
8cm Voyage Plpaisnt.
Everybody was 'nappy when the boat
pulled out of tho buy, and beautiful
weather accompanied the men uh they
bade farewell to tho little Inland of
Onhu for' jew days. Tl.e Maul, not
liny iTorlare-for two companleH of
i-oldlerH, did her Ih st to rock the men
to hfceii, und consequently HOcrnl mada
the remark thut they didn't caro
whether dinner 'h aefveil or not a
etrang remark for u soldier to make.
At supper time, biwcver, nil wero on
Iheli feet,' for It hud been noised about
the ship that tuitlo stew was on tlio
menu. Justice w.m surfly done to tlio
(bow. As night tamo on tho men
looked about for i placft to sleep, nnd
those who were bent on the errand
brut were the most fortunate. Life
'bouts proed to rervo as a very con
Hilo Turns Out to Wtlocme.
At 10:30 tho next morning thn nlil;
was docked at lllln. and the soldiers
went uslioro to ho greeted by a goodly
portion of tlio town. Cheers of wel
come, came from the throats of those
' on the shore, and 't was said by some
uf tho boys tlmt It reminded them of
thn times of '98. when tho soldiers were
received horn after thoSpinlHh-Aiiier-lean
wur. Hospitality seemed to lie
the cry, und before tho men hud begun
to reiillo It, they1 wero ramped lnslda
tho iirmory pf tlio Natlonnl .Guard of
Hlln. i:enthliig tlmt mm could wish
for was supplied, and sunn sightseeing
parties were on their wuy to Rainbow
Kalis. Thus lieauii tho few eventful
dais nn tho Island of Huwull. A tiano
ball giiiiin was pluicd between tho sol
tlli th mid tho. AM-llllo tenia In tho
afternoon, but rain Intercepted nnd the
name was culled In tho llftli inning.
Tli.it night promptly, at 0 n'eloek the
ilictrlc light In thfiiriniiry wero ex
lliigiiUlied iiivl ewrybnily luriied In for
a Komi n.'Ht, ilreiiii'ing of Ihu iiwiriii
Two Dayi to VoUno,
,l Ni'VUII n'll'n'll tin rnlluwlllg llinrii.
Inn tho imiali'lun i)f lli KUinl hhiihIimI
(imi'inliU. iiml In ii few tniiiiiuiU Mi"
lull inlll"lllk, ll1llliMM I'lHUIMII in
Mliimt', win1 nn llmlr wny fur llm llml
iImi'h lill.e TNI lhtllMlili mill llml
Hlln m (it inui'li titHMit vvii ilmii
liauil. inmliiy iIiihii III it mill, IIiiii mll.
and sielllt'd III lliillllil'll Mm rl'Ull nf
iu iiiIh " Mi'll lit lliolr lliilllllitfi
Mi Hip) nilii'4l mi Mil")' Hni" II
tents were up nnd nil hands got hnsy
townrd fixing up ! supper. A school
house and some empty buildings wero
at tlio disposal of tlio soldiers for
camping purposes, nnd "soon bunk
wero mndo up In preparation for the
night's rest. Hcr hospitality reigned
supreme. Womin dished out fresh
nillk nnd crenm, whlto tho children
brought rnspberrliH they had picked Ip
,lho surrounding woods. Kveryone tried
his best to make things ns pleasant as
possible. "Welcome" nccmed to bo the
.motto. Here blankets uero really np
predated, nnd soon nftcr supper the
p,ii, i,c ,,,,, j.j kumu . , ...
of the column. Tho ronil lined on
either side by gigantic ferns, swaying
to nnd fro In tho wind, bright and
glistening with tho rain, greeted their
ulenrltt iTIm ilmi lima nnn rt Hinan rtetl'M
marched on In silence, nwed by thefi
splendor, nnd bcipty of It nil. The
Volcano House was reached at last,
with a welcome long to bo. remembcrcfl
)iv tho soldiers. The' people at the
AMP AT HILO
highest sense of tho word was mani
Three Days at Crater.
Cnpip was pitched and a unique
scheme wiih wnrl.eil out. Tho men
either pitched thc:r -Jciita on ferns or
j; "- "-- Vy. and"
h .' . ,,,, i
cut ferns to iimk a bed. V fern bunk
the men had great fun In making prep-!
ariltlons for tbell stav at tlio vntenfio.
Provision), were rjought Into camp by
two trucks drawn by llvo horbqg each.
k - - - .
and soon everything wus In reudlnesv
for a fine visit ut tho Crater of Kl
lauea. Now tho real excitement came Into
play. Many of the soldiers, as rooii
lis their meal was finished, tookMilan-
keta nnd started on tho. trip ncrost the
lava beds In wilnesa tho great sight
ut the crater. Home said it was great
roiiKi mi lil marvelous, others said won
derful. Word could not express their
thoughts ns they tut for hours looking
at this thing, fur beyond nil expecta
tluns. Molten lavu boiled nnd squirm
id, writhing with heat, restless ns If
something underneath was trying to
bring Itself to tho surface This kept
tho mind nnd ejo of enih man as they
sat btuplllcdtwltli tho greulness und
htrangcncHs of It nil. Night enmo on
and still they sat. Fireworks that
would mhko a l'mfrtli of July eclebra
thin In n large tlty look Ilka thirty
cents played for tho men. Only thoso
who havo seen can havo any concep
tion of what u sight this really Is,
I MORE GREAT
THOMAS A. EDISON TOO COSTLY
AIX-I.I.H-IIAINH, Kliiltcu, 4w. 2!,
Thiminu A, IMIwiii riiiillili'iilly inn
ilinslci liiiluy I IiiiI Ilium will lio tin
liimu wain, Ainlruw CuniPKl" would
hno Iiuuii llikeil luilf in ilcalli ii
ln'iir liliib Inrlilmiiull)- iMImm ux
Hi'i'i I tin iiiIiiiiii llml llm ulrhlilp
it ileinll) rmliir In wur
Tliu lieu' In iiilnimii Iihip, Iml i;ui
H'l'liieil Ha l'i"il Up 11 lufllKomlijr
"I fVI'l I'l'lfl'lll) llll!lMlln Vcllll
llm llii'liiiuiiii'iir Hi mi," lm culil, Ills
ilylUliiK Hi nlliiiilli'iii nf ,M.-liw
SITTING ON THE
Morning nrrl-cil, end with the das light
fnded tho lira that had plnvcd o faith
fully tho entire night through.
Lift In Camp.
Camp lire In gineriil Is a llfu thut
tendt. to bu appreciated more than any
other mode of living. In camp tlio
trend of things ;ii a whole seems to
tmbruco liberty and freedom nlone.
Wlienj u part' goo out for n few days
or Vtccks.of, camp life. It curries with
Itaecrtaln degreo of looseness, n "get-tliig-itway-from-li-aH"
bplrlt,, out In
thcojien, clnso to nature, surroiinded
by those tlmigs .n whoso 'Ind'iilgenco
,,w'.,,ivBn Mli'lIU Kill l'IVtlll. k .
Just so wiih u company' or battalion
of soldiers, which leaving a garrison'
Xac row dais. ju-ircUos uwiiy In "full
paYlf"jf1tvnri'ttl-WhtT9 olTfJliT lfie
lilgncs'of,',Uio ,W(-liC carrying with It
lleds, sheltij.-.nnil oftciiHioe food. ,It
ls,hnrd'fo,'hiluglne, unices line niid bgfcii ,
througtr tlib.oxp..ilenee fll'nisVlr,' "jiw
ueUoino "a hal('for the iii?)it 'Isuher
marchlngrvoifin llfleen or aUtCciiu)1leit
between B o'clock In the morhlng'hnd
1:30 In tho ufteiiioon, (iirrLng oiiie
flxty puundsl mi 'his 'buck.-'iMdcs a
rifle which seemi to be coubtuutly In
It.UiHPd fo,.t 1.1,1 ,.rn Kl.rn.l.lnra rn
lit iiihpu , fori iitid iforo HiiniihirrH ro
pitched, a good hearty nu-al eaten mid
evervbody Is wrapped up In Ids
thoughts or schemes of amusement as
well ns his blanket.
A "dog tent" mid .. blanket an, not
such u bad Homo after all. Out In the
open air, Mecplng with nitiire, eating
with' nature, salubrious mid pleasant,
inviting and new, the hours fly by mid
sooi, It Is time In break camp and start
on tho backward Journey irf tho
meantlnm tho HuiC IS spent na nny-
lL- l,l .,.! 1, "f., ,.,.., I
away fiom tho ties of liiiimin life. Citd
playing, rending, games of nil kinds,
und manv a tlmu a hunting expedition'
llulns llaolf, ho tiiiiliiiinl mil In l.u
(Iriinilo t.'liiillli'iuii In llm iiiivlniiin,
llllrl-IM0 liilles illsliilil Tlio I mil
took lilin IIiiiiiikIi liiiiiliillUiilill)' wi
hills, utile li, lio siilil, leinlinlnii ilm
of llooliy Momiliilii s'l'imry llu w
dimply lniiimiii wlilln iuiIhk IIiiiiiikIi
Ihu aluiiiiiiiii i nn win of Ihu liui'i
imikliiK Mioiiku wlin wi'in pili'i niun
I'litiiiM mi llm niiHiulluii or iliuiili
llu llm wiiv lii li Oiitiitj.i iiimi.
. HILO'S BASEBALL TEAM, WHICH MET SOLDIERS -
Ik tlio topic for a long, clrufglntf aft
litre ut tint Vitlrimii. rmnii llfn uum
CHoclUlr lntcrptliiK. Wry few men
stopped in camp, only o who wero, . iTnkV" mid Kliauemm and" at
worn out by tho ln a inarch. Thosol- rncn ,,,, ,,,,. , nri,,lnry ,',.
dlers scattered out qmong the varloits(1)t WHH manifested. Then came the
houses, where-goo.l times were cnjoy-renl event of the Mke. Prlvitos Hinlth
fiance ,.- v.-!
THE REAL "HIKE" UP
otl. Aluny iyttnt nwnn wore ilevnurcd
UR ttllMti fdV l!j H tlmt-tllQ Cm-
1. . . . . , "
- emnped Jit .t outside of the nl-
ciino House, Thewi iiuaN cunio not
only from under the kitchen fly uf tha
companies, but also from the people
with whom the -oldlers becmno ac-
qitiilntrd. One if the most welcome
thing" that ,u..- dnrl..8 hike Is tho
tiHindllig of me.ii call, und to tho
luno of; ,
Porky, porky, potl y, wlthnttt n streak
Soupy, toupy. soupy, without u slnglo7r1raM i,0"'"1' '""' "",rt on .,ne Homeward
(Jofieo, cortee, 'lol-'ee, without n bit of
Kit.sei IMImm hloppoil id Chniubcrg,
Ihu ancient sent of tho Dukes of Ho-
way, mi Imiioituiit gurrlsoti town
iiiiw, Thn grout Inventor, whoso up-
Inlon of Krone Ii bnlillers w-uh liisenl
chlolly mi gllilipGVH nf tliiiKo In l'nrla
cxpicdM'il pleiiHiiralilo Hitrprlso nt
I llm genoiiil kliinlliiesH nf llm pink
I mill illci of llm uriiiy, Hut tin Is nut
lliiptesseil by i:illiisi' fully iiriuoil lit
lllinliii lio U cniliilli llioin will never
do iiiiiitlior wur liitwocii kh'ui i"w
"Kllnm will II" HI' HKillll lllilllKlll
llllnilililloiiul leilllllrl, fur slut linn
lutiliisl ur umiu ri Mill III" MOIIUIIllil
llllltllr Of Will,' alllll IMlMHI, e(r
IIIUII) vtlll linll'l' IIHIllll flllll WllUl ll
imi hue lo nmieli nn In Iml iml
lllltlllkll lilt An i Tll"IHllii III IM
Hi. Tim wirvvd nuiii nn mm riii
IJllWUlll' UlUllUIIIMJI iljli' Mi" M l"
the vohllcrs secure mem kits and cup
und form In linn In front of the kitchen
tent, all pushing to get nt tho head of
the line. H Is surprising how quickly
tho spirits of all revivo at tho finish
of such a few minutes spent In satis
fying tho Inner num. The soldiers nro
then ready for further adymture. And
Invariably they llml It.
At Night In' Camp. -
Night In camp Is one continued round
of Joy making. After thn musician has
rounded "Lights out" to tho air of
"Now the Day Is1 Over," tho fun begins.
Talking Is prohibited, but talking goes
on Just tha same. Jokes are passed
from one tent to another as the men
lie rolled tip In their blankets gating
nl their shcltcr-lvilf. Hut soon the
sund-inan gets b-jsy and ull U quiet
In camp, except for the sentry march
ing to and fro or his post, watching
vigilantly while th others sleep. Is It
to be wondered at that camping out
nro days of sport and not the days of
routine that can I c found around the
Vltit Many Cavet.
Fowl after breakfast the euliip be
came nearly deserted, fur tile roldlers
hud taken another trjp barfe to the
crater. Professor Perret was vlilted
and took great Interest hi showing the
men the liiHtriinv-nts niii) their use,
This the sol ill ci. i highly appreciated,
and wero very inticli surprised at tho
use some of the instruments were put
to. Krnm hero Pele's receiitlon room
land the Devil's Kitchen were Inkpot-li
I r ,1 Untnriil ti,.u ....... ...... 'l.. I.......
Ing souvenir postcards and gathering
-t...l ..... tnt..'u t.lM ,, .- .,.. ...t
THE VOLCANO ROAD
uml HuhmHI nf Onnpany K fhoOldorcd
Inclr tWc nn" Wnl htllltlnK Tor Willi
,., Afi ......h ..........! ...i i
ii'r linn iiiii iiiMiiciiii'tillH UI1IIU
workn cnlt of rcfuiiy.M l)lllnjl. a
large hog was sighted mid the solftlurs
follow oil In lot pursuit. Rut a young
"ntlve who was In company with the
mvn "" l," ,",nt 'VMI' ,ln,t to ,ho fame
.""' m1,'", l,H ",,p1"",, lo, cupturo the
,,, tl(c SuAi ,i, no KltTon "to open
ire. ,ui nnallv. after much ncrshaslon
jibe hog was turned looso and killed,
iTho men In camp hud ic flno feast of
fresh pork. Tho same nlfht orders
twero Issued that tho trodfm would
l""l' ""' limuwiHK IllorillllK.
'Recaption at Mountain V.aw.
11... ...n...!., .. .1.... ..n.l ...t ..ml . ..1 .1
. . ,..- ,,,u, ,,,,,p, nun iitu vi mi,, iifiii.
'The men fell Into column and started
on tho march to MountnlnTlew, while
nearlng Olenwnol a strong rain' lieat
down nn tho soldiers nnd at Cllcnwood
Station n halt was called and the men
were served with 11 light lunch. After
an hour's rest the sun came out and
the cplrltH of the. soldiers began to
arise. With ic farewell shout to ("Urn
wood, the column resumed Its mnrch.
Hhortly after noon Mountain View wus
reached, where an enthusiastic greet
ing awaited thn tiddlers. The school
house where tho regulars had camped
Just u few du)H bforo was now trans
formed Into I. reception hall, decorated
with Hags und ferns and flying tho
War Bpungled Ilanncr from tho flag
pole. Tho doughiioys could hardly
Imagine what It all meant. Promptly
nt 7 p. in. ever one assemble In the
building, where fun-making and a so
cial time occupied several hours of
the evening. It would bo hard to Imag
ine thn triumphant expression thatlln
geresl nn tho faces of the men as they
sat thero mid devoured platter ufter
Ing ua barbarous ami niecllaoyal uh tho
figure representing tho tortures nf
allegvil siiintH wljlch iirnamDnt tho
fuciulo of tlio callioilral at Churlros
and nf othtir fapmiiH Kroncti catlio
Invention! Too Deadly,
"Tlio dny lias iiiihkoi when mil
linns of lives can lie K.irrlllcod to fool-
lull military Idiots," inntlnueil llm
pniphet of iM'iieo, "Tlio i)iilcntnil of
llm lust Inn iiiih Iihs caused Indivi
dual roliuiion minmi In rnvnlt Hifalnut
wnr, When ',iiroeuii Culilnuis iulk
or wnr Ihu)' I'uli'iimlii wllhoill llieli
iml A HilliKs Mlu lisluy Ihu lorrl'
lily ileinll)' iiffiTU of liMi'llllniiN In ho
iui'i In wm mik siii'li llml nn ioiiili)
niil ulfuiil In wsi mil Urn luiiimiilly
or aiiollit'i'. ir mil)' lor iPtliirfH'ul, In
iIuiIiIhI ii'iiniim 'lii (mi I ulniiu will
niiipo Him iiuilnim in mli!rrtlo'iiillH'i'
The Welcome at Mountain
platter of coke nnd fruit, to say notli-tlio
Ing of the Incxuuiistlhlc supply of
crenm nnd coffco and lemonade. Whllo
the room seemed to bo Hooded with
music, souvenirs ruch ns little Amerl-
inn flags, paper nipklns mid postcards
were Doing pusseii out by the jniing
ladles. The uillMcd men nlno took'
part In the making of n pleasint and
long-to-be-renieniliered veiling Songs,
solos, magical tricks und u rousing
quartet from foiiipnny 12 kept tho
evenlnir mini inerrllv , speech of
SOME OF THE HIKERS
k JtiA jasLflViLLLLLiLLLLV
appreciation and thanks was tendered stead nf riding on tho street cum as
by l.leutenint MiC'leery In behalf nf they hud done when starting out on
the enlisted men und olllcers for tho the trip. The band, which had arrived
hn'pltallty mid pitrlotlc spirit that wusit Kurt Hhuflir during their absence,
' own. I .met them a short dMmicn out of tlio
Final Stretch Toward Home. post mid escorted them In.
At breakfast llm follow Ing inuruliig. e , .. ; .
thn people who had ut heniitirully en- S""""1"!! "P of Trip.
tertalni it. the flight U-roru wire nroiind T" "' soldlerH that had the oppyr
the e.iinii al bur out iloii-Uiiols and tunlty 'of taking this trip, n hVflt(ory
j fruit, unci Jtbt u few nioiiieiits ibeforo
'the cmiip was binken, .Mrs". Hidings fa-
iveved llero:llerj. Vitth n ibnrt hpeei;h, I'ii'yed by the pisiplo of tho other Is
"hibfildlngIh1ia''forid"jTiVreVC'll mid iis'land could not bnyvri-llfsb-Thc shouts
siirlng tho lioys'tVit 'Vcuiipmiles 12 mid
Pi the first Lnmiuinli'u nt ri-iriilnr sol-,
dlers that havo been on the Islnlid of
llawull. would leairo behind thtin mnny ,
ac u.hi on cue nicernonn oi nepiem-i
ncr i cue reguinrs arrived unca in nun,
whero another big time wns awaiting
them. -The Into people had decoratedrahl ,
L- a ' : r 4
ilaaaKaaBT ' 1 l
RESTING AT GLENWOOD
ARMY HAS TERRIBLE WEAPON
BY C. S. ALBERT.
(KlM-clul 11 ii I let I n (Nirrcsimnileaee.)
WA3IIINOTON, I). C. Sept, 1.
The) Army brunch of tho senile be
lieves It has nl-qtiltcd a weapon which
will absolutely lender aornplannH
harmless, it wur given n Unit tost
nt tho Ruudy Iltsik proving giounda
hint week. It !s u Hlx-pouiulcr, whllo
that used by tlio navy Is but a uno.
The. c'arrlaero of an noronliino .les-
trovor Iiur iinivcn tlm innst. dllllciilt
fenturo coiirifcti'd with tlio 'irnli!ni,
Kor sonrnl iiiotillm liriny expcita,
btieii liof.n wfirlttiif- fin f.urr-bifro nt
,..... , ...,.....n .... ,. , .. ... -
lilt: Hock IhIiiiiiI nrseunl Tim mutlnr'
has beon kept a profoiiii(l scerrt Thn Imicu bdwceit lliv (mil and tho nttro
miu otiilvud n coiittiilrled nn a' I'hilie,
Iliiin In lako tho nxlioiini iiioasiiro of
reltlliig ilsiiilin b) heiiiK blunt.
"A iillioKyrciliiu hoiiiti iliiippul fimn
Oliu of our liOioni itlrshlpa will iii
inom iluinaxu I linn whnlo ilaJH uf
IlKlltllllf dill III Nainlleiin'H lllllti.
"Iii oilier wmyU liivoiillun Innt pm
lu'iuiul llm Ililinl of hliio-li llio imwiii
nf h'Idiiiw, llml Imp heiii hi ishp,
innl iitoi win lin HMKUHmhii illpiii
IMIpuii in ii w In llmiuvii Ijiinniinw
llu will i"H
t'u llu)- muhlii riiipfWiMtw nuul.
View In the School House
iirmory, nnd nil preparation., wero
iimilo for u grand reception that night.
The captain of tho Maul could not bo
persuaded, however, to remain until tho
next morning, so the troons wero or-
n't red aboard and tho little ship pulled
out for Honolulu
The liomeward-boiiiul trip on thesen
was uneventful, and the gisnl ship Maul
docked In Honolulu about noon of tho
tlKhth. Much to the surprise ot tho
regulars, the column was formed nnd
the mmi liinrelwd nut to the post. In-
LOOKING INTO THE CRATER
HnscriJ that mai years ctn notfef.
fui Tho lioi-il.iUt- that wm ills-
or Weleomn tliat,lio Holillrrs reeelyrd,
the llltlo things that were done for
the benefit of 'the pion, sreipejj'totti't'
snvcr lining on cue entire tnp.rtvorOM
jean lint express the gr.illtudc;ututlJtHJi
regulars one in J on rsnaiier scnn;DCK.
in mnse wti'i helped to uutKe. tlie'wtcr
Just v1mt It was. I'or Hawaii, liuf
AFTER SOME TOUGH WORK
swlvvl. It will iovoIvo In all direc
tions, both em a purpcndjciilar and
Klvo now projectiles wero uaed -In
tlio oxporiiuviita nt Bandy Hook:
Thrco of theso wero designed abroad
for I he Amorlcan army. Tho either
Iwii woro niuilo In this country.
il-icli ol tlio projectile will nxploda
n "l0 Ic"t remtact with tho lightest
uoc'. tyyin uiiiupai'i. nicy win inruw
'lirnpuol for ll ruilliu of 100 feet,'
TriictTii mo nlliichud to each mlanllo.
flTiewo lenve a tt nil of flro at night'
uml of vmul.o by da), The guiinor
lliav thfMl lneali, tho elloiov liv tiwia-
. v " . -. ', ' r
wiring with raniTo lliidera tlm 1U- F.'Z
j'r'i1- '" "
tor lilps In tho nolKlilinrliisi, and In
rluihlng llm uen tiunovit nuikea o(
I'twlcrlrk V I'nrlir nf IlllnoU w.i
ilnleil ptialilmil of Ihu Nalloniil A"
la-iHiiiin or ipitriiiin i'iiiniuiloii'i,
TInv InitraUip I'iimhiiiji'ii i.'i!ininli
lull lM ilJllnl the klfltlhn Ul '"
ill II ufilM III Hm llyiuyii piipm n
MUfl IU uUu,) Ull 'KMl lU IhU nll ii
nr rn Mi