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CLEVELAND 18 SPLENDID STEAMER
THE CLEVELAND PARTY IN HONOLULU
The Mr Hamburg America tllii
ftcamshlp Cleveland has been nn ol
Jcit ot favorable) mlinlratlon from hun
dreds ot Honolulu pooplo who lliH
morning were pcrmlttcil to board the
vesol as she lay alongside Alakca
wharf nnil was open to general in
VBpctton. A comparison with the Mat
ron NnlRatlon steamer Wllliclmlna
wlilth rolo o!t (uaran(lne nt an early
liour, proved Interesting
In tlie ease of the Cleveland, II ma
Jodie o .drn Is Indicated ly Ita rrslster
of no less than 17,000 tons. Thu length
Is lius feet: beam, fiS feit, and height
nlmvo tlie water line, ."..'i feet The
vessel Is liullt of. steel, is provmeii
mean sleniner At tlie head of the
grand staircase tho Foclnl hall or
lounge, with Its pillared dome,, orn
ate decorations, luxurious d I rails and
well selected library, Invites lo pleas
ant leisure. The writing room Is nenr
by. Opportunity for entertainment
nnil rcercatlon Is afforded by the tint
sle ami ladles' room, l'rom till; room
n bountiful bestlbule and covered pas-
sago lead to the splendid smoking
room, whose paneled wnlnseoatlng In
dark woods, easy chnlra upholstered In
red leather, convenient tables, stained
gfas dome' and Impressive fire place
rendqr It the finest of dens on n mag
nlfled realc. It Is entered also iy
staircase from the lower docks, nnil
llli live decks, and a eloniuc pottom convenient, iic.ccsm is mw 111 i inu
extending the entire length Is eliviiiou open nir iiruiuciiiiue.-. wiiii u imnitira
Into numerous water tight e.ompart- eorners.
meiits. There nrc twin screws pro- Jliiii) Arroiiiinoilutloiis.
iiclled by two tcts of (iiiadruple ex I The publle or scntl public saloons
panslon engines. Tho size of tho outlined above by no means exhnust
.irnnipi Imii.nrtn unusual steadiness! the provisions made for thq neeom
im.irr nil conditions, modntloii of patrons In general. The
The slc, stability ami mechanical1 ,;n1f player and the athlete can work
ilTlrlriiey of the "Cleveland" being nt-loft superllnous energy In the gymnn
..,,,! nn,. I luirtli-nlarlv Interested lo slum equipped with Zander electrical
know-' the Interior provisions of what apparatus Klcitrlc light baths also
Is to Mimtltute the abode of tho tour-! lire piovldcd A dark room for nnm
lit during travels extending over three teur photoRraphers facilitates the do
ami a half months
Electric elevator service operates be.
Iweeu the five upper dei ks. whlih aro
nliio connected b a grand and small
er eomp.inlonwny The Rrand eulinnie
hall and lompaiilouway have been so
tnated In form and ilcc oration as lo
present a hlRhly arllstli arihlteitural
clTcct The snlendldly furnhdied din
Iiir room extends I he width of the
ship and has liny tables seating two,
four or six persons An eleitrb lamp
with deioratlvc shade adorns each ta
bic, makliiR the room nlloRcthcr on"
of the most pleasant ever seen on an
vclnpmcnt of their snapshots. A Imok
rlntl. Information bureau anil swim-
inlliR pool also will be found nmoiiR
the other unusual features.
I Passenger nrtnmmodatlons nrc sit
u.ited nmldsfilos. A larRC number of
idiiRlc and two berth rooms, many with
hath and toilet altndicd, have been
piovldcd. They nro furnished nnd
eiiilipeil with the Idea of makliiR tip"
traveler feel at home There aro alsi
delightfully furnished and decorated
suites livery cabin lias nn olectrl
fan under the Independent control ot
the occupant There aro Inter-ecini
MRS. SPEAR HAD NARROW ESCAPE
While the Cleveland tourists vvcrcntlconttriutlon of the car would bo audi
Cevlon. Mrs. Joseph Socar. mother of that no part of It would strike her
Jnmes I). Dougherty of Honolulu, al
mot met with a horrible accident, so
btateJ the Manila papers of lecent
date She was standing with a mini
her of others on a railway platform
when a train backed In. Some of the
crowd pressed forwnrd and she was
forced oil the platform upon tho track
Sho fell, but had presence of mind to
roll to ono side and remain upon her
back while the w elowly backed over
the rails. She felt that the only thing
to do was to llo perfectly quiet, nl
She wis taken up from her prccarloin
position, and although not hurt, her
ncrvci were badly shaken.
The Cleveland pasrengcra bnvo rain
! more than f.V'O with which to pur.
chare a Rold watch to bo presented to
Man us Jordan, tho passenger who
risked his life to save that of Mrs
Sherwood Hall, ot Grand Hnjilds, Mi
chigan, who committed suicide by
'Jumping overboard whllo tho versed
was In Javan waters. Mrs. Hall was
dead when Jordan reached her, but
though she did not know whether the he brought tho body to tho ship.
PUBLICITY EXPERT WITH TOURISTS
During the long vo)ago mid Wore
arrival at one of the host of Interest
ing ports, Illustrated lectures were
given In the social hall under tho di
rection of Ilcv. George A. Hough of
San I'randsto, assisted by Mrs. Hough
at the moving picture machine. Tho
same lecture was also delivered In
German by I)r L, Meriting, a resident
The press department of tho Now
York office of tho Hamburg-American
line, of wlilrii Mr. M, 11. Clausen Is
the chief, Is represented nbonrd ths
"Cleveland" by Mr, IMgar Allen For
lies, who hns for soveral yenrs been
the managing editor of "Tho World's
Work" magazine, published by Double
clay, l'ago and Co. Ho will mako both
voyages on tho "Cleveland" and pub
lish a book entitled "Twice Around
the World." Mr. Forbes has previ
ously traveled extensively In Africa
nnd Is the author of "The Land of thu
SHRINERS EXTEND THE GLAD HAND
Honolulu Khrlners extended the glad of a clrelo of Shrlners who nro now
build ot fellowship to tho visiting mem- completing tbci last of tho famous
lurs of that order who might bo In- lound-tho-world tour,
eluded in the large list of p.isscngors A number of nutos wero this mnrn
In the I'lc-veliinil Tho local Hlirlmrs lug placed lit tho disposal of the
wcie In evidence earl this morning In Hlirliiers and their families. Tho party
tho delegation of visitors to tho C'lcvo- visited one of tho largo sugar mills on
mini uec-KK, iinu ur. iioiigins, cnurics tins Islaml, and tho anulr wound up
(J. turtlett, Fred C Smith nnil Harry with a line lunch being served, to
C. Ilruns were numbered among tho which thirty visiting Khrlners nnd
members of tho local hhrlno who hrnv- their families, making a party of scv-
cit tlm seas and wero soon tho center euty-two persons, did Justice
tBti I 4 i .." v -si.&v? 4PWiilHHIH
Hawaii and Its History
Tho Hnwallan Islands were dlscov- Mlctpnclfle lnetltuto, promulEatcd wllh
crcd by Captain James Cook, January the Intention to weld tho races.
18, 1778, nnd by hint named tho Sand- Two U. S. forts completed and two
wl'ch Islands In honor of the 'Earl of under construction.
Sandwich, who wa then tho Lord of U. S. dryclock under construction.
tho llrltlsh Admlrnlly. The name Ila. IT. S. Agricultural College, with an as.
wall is that In general use. tronomlcal observatory;
Missionaries. Foreign Consuls in Honolulu.
The first missionaries arrived In Ha. Japan S. Ujcno, Consul General,
wnll from Hoston, March 31, 1820, In Portugal A. do 'S. Canavarro, Cc:i
the brig Thneldeus. tui General.
Hawaiian Flag. Great llrltaln E. II. Harrington.
Thoiflrst Hawnllnn Hag was unfurled Consul,
nt the meeting of tho l-cglslntlvc Conn- France Dr, A. Mnnpics, Consular
"ell on May 20, 1815. Agent.
The Queen Dethroned. Denmark C. Hcdciuann, Consul.
Tho Queen was deposed In 189a . Mexico W. I.anz, Acting Consul,
nnd n Provisional Government set tip. Chill W, Unit, Acting Consul,
which was succeeded In 1804 by the llclglum W. K. Lango, Vice-Consul.
Uepubllc of Hawaii, with Hon. San- Spain D. Ignaelo do Arana, Consul,
ford 11. Dolo as Its President. China Tseng Hal, Consul,
Annexation of Hawaii. Italy K. A. Schacfcr, Consul (Dean).
lly n Joint resolution of 'tho Con- Pent Ilrtico Cartwrlght, Consul,
gross of the United States, passed July Aiistrla-Hnngary V. A. Schacfcr,
7, 1SS3, the Hawaiian Islands came A(.tinR Consul.
under the sovereignty of tho United Germany Wl Pfotcnhnur, lmperlnl
Stales of America, and on Juno 14, (jonKU,
1000, Congress passed nn Organic Act Norway W. Pfotcnhaiir, Consul.
by which Hawaii become a Territory Sweden Geo, Rocllek. Consul.
of the United Stntcs, with the .genera! , Netherlands II. M. von Holt. Con
form of government of those already Mtt
existing, but with somewhat' Wider leg. Distances From Pottoffice.
Islatlve and executive powers, mndo Walklkl ncach, 3',o miles; Kaplolanl
necessary by reason of the greater ells- park, 4 miles; Aquarium, I miles;
tnneo between the scat of central gov- Fort Shatter, 3 miles; Diamond Head,
ernment nnd the Territory. n miles; Oahu College, 2t3 miles;
Location of Hawaii. Ilaseball Park, 2(i miles; Territorial
Tho Hnwallan Islands are the most Nursery, 1 miles; Honolulu Iron
Isolatcergrmip of Inhabited Islnnds In works, 1 'mllo; Thomas Square, t
tho world. They le Just within thu mii0. Kamchamchn Schools, 2", miles;
northern tropic, between 18 cleg. IS I nishop Museum, Vj miles; Moannlua,
mln. and 22 elctf. 15 niln. north latitude 3itj mleg. smnmt of Punchbowl. 2'i
nnd between 151 dog. 50 mln. and 160 mC9. Snmmit of Tantalus, fi 2-3
dcg. 30 mln. wen longitude. mcs. ij. 8 Experiment Station, 2
Honolulu and Oahu. miles; Nmianii Bridge. 1 mile; Hoynl
Tho Island of Oahu bocamo ono MallE0,c,ln) vj mlIcR. Nuiianu Pall,
municipality, under tho title of City G mlle8 Tho j-osiom,.- Capitol. United
nnd County of Honolulu, on January gtntC(t Nnva, gtatlon railroad depot,
4, 11)09 The statistics and other In- tho 0lcrall0UM,f moton ,,ctllro nnd
formation given below refer to what vamIovlo houres and two of thq prln
has always been called tho City of ,.,, ,0clg nro jn or nenr ,ho icnl(jr
Honolulu, the thickly settled jiortlon of thc cty
of the Island cxlndlng nlno miles Di,Uneet From Honolulu to Lesdlng
along tho southern shore and a mllo Pacific Ports,
northward to the Koolait Mountains.' Mller
Cnpllnl of the Territory of Hawaii. lAiapuIco 3,310
Average maximum temperatiiro (or dv pla . 2,240
teen years. (romSI to 90. Auckland .-. 3,850
'Average minimum temperature (or six- Caltao 5,147
tee yenrs, from 63' to 02', Capo Horn fi,488
Average temperaturo (or sixteen years, Gunm 3,337
(rom 73.08s to 74.19. Quaymas 2.(196
MARCOS JORDAN CLEVELAND HERO ,"JI" HOWE IS
HERE: NOW AS
THe Gurio Den
1119 FORT STREET, JUST ABOVE HOTEL 8TREET
l the only popur-prico Seuvenlr Store In the city.
We carry the largeet line of Hawaiian Souvenirs to be seen.
Give ui a call and prove for yourself.
The Curio Den
1119. FORT 8TREET, JUST ABOVE HOTEL STREET
Leaps Into Sea from Steamer! f.
In Mafjnnicent Auempi
to Save Woman j
The tragedy which clouded tho
Cleveland passago ncross tho cquat-'
. .. Iw...nn,i,
or, when a woman pHwnnvi iu ,
suddenly demcnteil and Jump over-,
board to her death, ali-o produced Itn
hern. He In Marcus Jordan, of Wash-,
lngton, I). C. and ho Is u very innei.i
est ltcroVrlio has to bo cornet ed !
twecn a' boat nnd n point blank qucs-j
Hon before he will say nuythlng nbout
Mr. Jordan It was who threw off hls
coat nmi-EtincM nnd dived from Ihc rail,
when thc cry of "Man Overboard! '(
had brought tho stailled paSM'nger3
to (ho ship's sldo lo mako out, then
Fomo dlstnnco astctn, tho body of tho
drowning woman, making futile effurta
to Eavo herself when It was too late
Jordan didn't hesitate. Ho didn't'
stop to think of the sharks which ln-
tested tho Javan waters, and whose
black fins had been lazily cutting tlm.
water round tho klilji that very morn. I
lug. He' topk tho plungo and consld-i
ored consequences when he got nuouiei
Unfoi Innately tho act ot heroism did
not succeed In saving life, although
tho body was recovered. Young Jor
dan was pretty well used up himself
when, taken from thu water. He refus
ed to-let" tho passengers make a hero
-, y an
Q Si ii
fet if ton TwKk iifi&fi
t - iw
-It)r,rfBwTflWW lllllli.TTll "- " A
of him, but so great was their apple
e latlon of tho splendid attempt al res
cue that they rnlHcd a largp fund which
Is lo go toward an appropriate rai
ineiito for Marcus Jordan,
Avcrngo rainfall, twenty-four years.
Port of call for all U. S. Army trans
ports. Pacific Mall Line, Toyo Klsen
Kalsha, Iloyal Canadian Mali Line.
Property valuation of nbout 50.()00,000.
Hate of tuxatlon, real and personal, 1
The City Has!
C3.000 Inhabitants, Including many dif
170 miles of well-paved streets.
20 miles ot flno electric car service.
Most upto-dnto automatic telephone
Klvo public parks.
Most Interesting aquarium In the
l-'rco museum of tho rarest and largett
collection of Hawaiian and Polyne
sian curiosities and antiquities'.
Compulsory school attendance,
21) church edifices.
Hotels unsurpassed anyvvllerc.
Two electric lighting plants.
Three dally iCngllsh newspapers.
Several monthly nnd weekly publlcu
Chamber of Commerce.
A piistcngtT on tho Cleveland who
found old friends nnmng tlioso who
L-aniu irtioiiiil to extend u wclcoino to
tho i.lobo trotters Is J. P. llovvo ot At
ehlson, Kim. Mr. llovvo knows llono
lulu well, duel bus iiiimy warm friends
here, ulthough It Is nearly seven jcurs
nliico ho mild ulohu to the Islands.
In 1U05 Mr. llowo wns u member ot . . .
tho i; o n I it e U ii 1 1 o 1 1 n's stuff. Ho commercial Club,
Is u m-wsnper man or wl.lo experience, .iia,Na promotlon Committee,
nnd lias followeiV his profc-kslon In j,Ilujt. gvlces Assoc allon.
inimy pjits of the globe. Ho comes byjgij ,, nori(i Exchange.
bis talents naturally, ling tlm son ot Trll(i0 a,i i.nlor Council
1M Howe, of imtloii'Wldo lamo us tuo
editor ot tho Atchison Globe, whoso
gospel Is brevity nnd who brcuks Ills
whole! paper up Into short paragraphs.
Mr llowo Is not doing nny nctlvo
newspaper work now. Ho l& "loullng,"
ns ho culls It, on tho present cruise, but
nt that ho bus kept his eyes vvldo open
nnd his enrly newspaper training has
helped lilin to catch many Interesting
points of tho crulso that bis fellow
piisscngei's inlssed ultogethcr.
Seven persons In u hydiuullc clovu
tor which dropped trom tho clglitlrlloor
to tho ground lloor In tho New York
.jr.lfo Insuranco CoiupunyX building, In
Nesw Yoik city, wen Injured.
SAY SAUNDERS WAS
N0T PHYSICALLY FIT
A little knot of waterfronters worn
gathered on one of the navy docks
watching tho Cloyeland omo In, and
when sho failed to mnko lier listth In
Uto first attempt, there wero many cii
tlclsms of tho' handling, nnd Pilot
Saimdern came In for inuili blnme. It
wns of course not then Known of tho
tiagecly on tho steamer's bridge
"Snundcrs Is all In," said ono of lb"
moiu "Ho hasn't been a well man for
ii lung time. Ho Mioiild nover bo en
ti listed with bringing; In this big boat. '
Airlhe Cleveland barked nut Into
tho stream for her second attempt, tho
giuup laughed nnd said: "Look nt
Hint' I'll bet Suundcrs
At" that moment tho
was djlng on tho bridge.
has lost his
A lot of us couldn't stand prosperity
If we bad It,
It's tough when n man Is naked to
tender his resignation.
Tourists, Note the Location
Hawaii & South Sea Curio Company
(Under Electric Si0n Next Cable Office)
Mandarin Coats, Souvenirs, Silks, Drawn-work, Grass
Linen, Souvenir Postals, Mats, Tapat, Embroideries, San
dalwood Fans and Bjxci.
Goods carefully picked for mailing.
The Largest Pacific-Souvenir Store In the World
Kfflclcnt police and lire departments.
109 pollco call boxes.
81 electric flro alarm boxes.
Two military bands.
Public band concorts,
Very efficient publle water works.
Territorial law library, with nearly
Y. M. C. A., with $200,000 edifice built
by public subscriptions ot citizens.
Young Men's Institute,
Young Women's Christian Association.
Mnny social clnbs.
Flourishing branches of Masdnle, Odd
Fellows, Foresfets, Knights of Pyth
las, Grand Army ot tho deptibllc,
United States War Veterans, Ameri
can Legion of Honor, 86ns of the
American Revolution, Daughters ot
tho American Revolution, Sons of
St. George, Ancient Order of Hiber
nians, lied Men, Eagle, HIk and
Six charitable, societies.
Operahouse; many motion plctuio
Three boat and yacht clubs.
Polo, golf, tennis, football, baseball
and cricket clubs.
Cable communication with the world,
via San Francisco and Manila,
Steamship communication with all
portB and landings In the Territory.
Aerial lelecrnnh inmmitulenilnii uliii
Inlands of Hawaii, Maul mid Ivnunl.
United Stales Naval Station.
Hongkong ', .' 1.9-il
Los Angeles ..., 2,232
Pago Pago 2.2R3
Puntn Arenas (1,379
San Diego 2,280
San Francisco 2,100
Tho postoftlco Is located near tho
waterfront, on Merchant street, ono
block from Fort street (tho main busl.
Cab fare) from any wharf to post
office, 2Kc per passenger.
First National Hank o( Hawaii
Fort street, corner King street.
Hlshop & Co. Merchant street, cor
ner Kaahiimanu street.
Ilank of 'Hawaii, Ltd. Merchant
street,, corner Fort street.
Tho Rank of Honolulu Fort street,
between Queen and Merchant streets.
Tho bathing beach nt' Walklkl, flvo
miles lo the south of Honolulu, Is
world-famed for Its beauty, thd even
temperaturo of Its water and the
unique sports there Indulged, surf
boating and surfboard riding. Tho
temperature of the water Is closo to
78 tho year round. Tho beach Is al.
most entirely free from Inequalities,
running out slowly to deep water.
There Is no undertow, ho bathers aro
Tho entire beach at Walklkl Is on
closed In a grrat barrier reef of coral,
which effectually guards tho bathers
from possible Intrusion of sharks,
which aro never seen In tho lagoon.
There has never been a casualty from
theso sea monsters on any of the
bathing beaches aliout Honolulu.
Main Entrance! Near Hotel Street
1110 FORT 8TREET
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