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HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, MONDAY, AUGUST 25," 1913.
SEVEN" i i-iriTPr 1 C.r.tJ PCCCGISGO Caary Street, abora Union Square European Plan SISO a day up I American PUa $3.50 m day trp Kew ft eel and brick structure. Third addition of hundred rooms now building. Every comfort and convenience. A hieh class hotel at very moderate rates. Ia center J of theatre and retail district, un car lines transferrins to all parts of city. Electric omnibus meets all trains and steamers. Hotel Stewart tisli M HawaEaa I-'.oa ILaaaatrtOT. CakU Adir TrawU ABC C4. J. H. Uvv llooojitia npr MUtita. I Del tevue Hotel Corner Ceary and Tsylor Cta Sn Francisco A refined house cf unusual ex cellence. Within the shopping ' and theatre district, Positive ly flre-procf. Every roca with ' bath. '" ' ' American plan, I4.C3 a day p European plan, (2X3 a Cty itP Cpecl&l f.Tcnthfy Hatea For further Information addresi ' Arnold We : be I, Honolulu repre sentative. 20C5 Kali Road, Tel ephone SS79. : HOTEL ADEHB1" HAUULA, OAHU, HAWAII Dlstlr.r-ished for its cllentara. er?c!r.tn:its tzd locitlcn. Hi-z.:7 tttractlve to weeiiy, r.c-tLly cr transient guests. A t:l:zl family, tomelike country Ictel, tr.i rood neals. . CTRICTLY H C M C COCKIC C-d-ha horses and autos In the rc-t lervice. Perfect sea bath Irs. NO coral to tiep cn. Fhcr.e r WAIIIEA,' KAUI JTeirly EcsorateJ Eest IIcUI TcsrirtTrcJefioITIetci,- - iLaics Reasonable C 17. FriTZ t t t Prorrlfior GO TO CEFOnC VACATION ENDS. UZ rC.1 A CWIU AT THE vTr'T-f7-i Znu, UZXT CUNDAY Cays the Wise Cather A HZAL CHANGE. OF CLIMATE cci te hid at the new bcarding.Louse ' in.. 1 7LH1LX7A4 Nctrly 1CC3 feet elevation, rear depot, stand scenery, fine bass fishing. For particulars, addresa E. U Krurs, Y.'ahiawa, Phone 4C9. tlZ' SHIPMENT OF ' 1 1 Just Arrived. NEW YORK SHOE CO. Nuuanu L; nr. Hotel - "Zo Prepared" ; Ca to Ye He;al toot Chop and Get the New ' SPECIAL SHOES FOR COY SCOUTS " - CHEMICAL ENGINES AND WATCHMAN'S CLOCKS For Sate by V j; A. GILMAfJ i . Fort Street -THE- Crcssrc:ds DopIlsJidp. Limited ; '. ' ALEXANDER YOUNQ BUILDING , --""everything-In Bootar " I i; - Bethel SL. near HoteL ; New Styles In H A T S- P A N A MA AND CLOTH At Mainland Prjces. & FuiiunapA co : Ifotel SL, cor!. Bijou Laneu : TO BOOKKEEPERS AND AC COUNTANTS. ' "MF' stands for all that Is best In LOOSE LEAF LEDGERS LOOSE LEAF LEDGER TRANSFERS. and In general supplies such as Ruled and Printed Sheets. .'. Indexes " Binders Sheet Holders, etc etc The Hcmiian News Co,, Ltd. Toons; BoUdlng Just Arrived FULL LINE OF Hongkong Chairs Coyne Furniture Co.. Alexander Young Bldg. The VoJ2 Co. LEAL AM KC2ET, Tift.: V Ifow cpen for bnslDess with a new line ef Ladles' and ChllirenV ready- made Dresses. We appreciate call. FAUAI1I cor, XUUAAU ST. 1 r ; o o 111 !d 5 o 5? c ( ; o i a to - SA 5C Ill M o I tt. 0) o U. CHILDREN'S SCHOOL PENCILS r , A good assortment In a pretty box. (Also penholders, rubber eraser, etc.) 25c and 50c and up. ARLEIGH'S,;, on Hotel street WHITE CANVAS AND WHITE BUCK PUMPS : ' v at ScIXERXY SHOE STORE Fort ah. Kin? SL If there was trouble or serious sickness on the other Islands, or on ships at sea, you'd know It FIRST by WIRELESS. " - (Phone 1574) For GENERAL OFFICE STA TIONERY and FILING SYS TEMS call or write to us and: we will fill your wants. CrriCE SUFfLY CO., LTD. 831 FORT STREET ' V " MONUMENTS and all kinds of marble work; nleaned and repaired by expert workmen at reasonable priceaA Call for Zimmerman at , ... ( V. J. C AXTELL'3 ; -Alakea Street FOR ICE COLD DRINK3 AND: 142 ICE CREAM, TRY THE Iteiicn, Druf Cq?; Motel end Bethel Street Picture- Framing Neatly and Promptly Ikme by - Men , who Know how ' "w C IT Y M E RC A NT I L E CO v 24 Jlotel SL nr. Nuuanu DIG SHOE SALE . NOW ON r Other Articles Reduced. CANTON DRY GOODS CO. ' Hotel L, .Opp. Empire Theatre. ORANGE BLOSSOM CANDIES , The Most Popular Candies Made j on the Coast - HONOLULU DRUG CO LTD. 1C24 Fort St Telephone 23J i 1 !!' CRUSOES FAILED TO I'OIIK (Continued from page one) 1 be explorers did not take the trou ble to ask me how to land with the greatest ease, nhich would have sav ed them the hairbreadth escapes de scribed. I have seen a - native come off the Island with a bag of fish in rough weather, with swells running twelve teet from highest to lowesL I have bad the pleasure of going upon the Island when there was quite a swell running, and by proper tinging of start with: the breaker one can shoot in on a breaker and be landed high, but not dry, on the top of the great ' rock stage which forms the west side of the larger island. One can go off quietly by waiting till a swell sweeps around one knees over tills stage, and diving at the exact instant that the swell recedes. In an instant, and without realizing there has been much headway, one can look back thirty feet up to the spot Whence he has been carried, as gent ly as a chip; and then make for, the waiting boaL 1 ; Made Trouble for Themselves. " "These adventurers are to blame for not seeking information from those who could help ' them ' willingly, and thus getting into scrapes for. their lack of foresight, - such as going upon mat island for any time, without an adequate, supply 'of water. There is no trouble about landing any reason able amount of dunnage from a boat anchored oft the landing stage, and running a line to the bitt on shore, but calm days should be selected for the job, with some seamen or natives to1 handle the job. ? ' i v v "As I said, when a man has an ad venture discovering things In my back, yard, that we all knew very well, i have to sit up and take notice that he is 'some explorer." ' Seeking adventure similar to that experienced at Palmyra by the crew of the Luka, but making their destin ation a I place nearer to home than are the islands owned by , Judge Cooper, a sarty of five Honolulans, led by Prof. W. A. Bryan of the Col lege of Hawaii, and Vaughan ? Mac Caughey, College of Hawaii returned to Honolulu yesterday afternoon after an expedition to the islands of Moku Mano, which lie north of Makapuff Point, Oahu, bringing' a tale of -hair-raising adventure. : . . ' j - Besides the leaders, the party Con sisted1, of Francis J. Green, - J. M. Whitenack and A. L. Mackaye. Ac cording';to the story of members of the party, they started on the expe dition Friday afternoon at 5 o'clock, reaching its destination at half-past seven and landing under difficulties. There was little sleep that night and the explorers were bothered - by the hundreds of birds 'which abound on the islands. A number of these were caught and served aslait for fish the next day, A part of the night was , spent in mapping out a ,trallup the ' 3 00-root cliff, to be used in case a change of weather necessitated the party, seeking higher altitudes. Sat urday was spent In exploring the island, many collections of the bird, shell and marine life of the Island be ing made. The two islands, say the explorers, appear to be the only re maining parts of an ancient crater, possibly older than the island of Oahu. o The islands are infested by hundreds upon hundreds of terns, boobies and frigate birds, and a num ber of excellent . pictures of Hawaii bird life were secured On Saturday evening, the waves be gan to wash over into the sand spot where the -party was camped, and the fire was put out When Sunday morn ing came arcund, the party saw that : . 1 1 . i 1 A . 1 11 wumu ue almost impossiDie 10 maae a landing, and In addition to this provisions were running low, and but two -quarts of water remained in the bfeaker. -,' It was decided that each member of the party -should be allow ed one cup of water per day,, this to be drunk at noon. 'Late in the after- neon ; ' Prot essor Bryan ' commenced signalling from ' the crest of a cliff, and afte' a short time the auxUiary schooner, Ida May, was seen coming around Rabb Island. The Ida May sent off a' boat, but v the sailors refus ed to make a landing. The hours went' by, and the water disappeared. After a- time, the explorers saw the steamer Jv A. Cummins standing in for themlA shore boat was sent ini and the 'members of the party, with their specimens; were returned to the shore. ,r':' :':. ';.v ',' V ii ., SUCCESS 1WMED1CINE Good doctors . succeed, and among them are the world's greatest benefac tors; 'poor doctors drop out, as they should.. Good proprietary, medicines ' sacceed, and the homes of .the-masses ' are blessed by them. ' Poor medicines drop out, as they should. The Amerit can women are neither gullible or fool ish ; they recognize the value of such standard remedies as Lydia E. Pink- ham's. Vegetable Compound," which for more than thirty years has been y the standard, remedy for female ills and complies with all conditions of the Pure i Food and Drugs law, adver tisement. - .. "' ;-"' - ILLIMLE TOLD BY PARTY OF AO VHTURERS FILL L01 FELT VAFiT The coming engagement of - The Virginia. Brissac Company" to the Opera House will fill a long felt want la the amusement line, as the present dearth of the better class of dramatic plays is more than noticeable. Very few people realize the full purport of importance of a stock company . on the order of Miss Brisaac'B company is to a city like Honolulu. In. the first place one must consider the vast out lay of money required to operate suc cessfully a company of players and the added necessary accessories. A company such as this requires an out lay of nearly a thousand ; dollars . a week for talent alonenext comes the fact that this money - is paid , out In Honolulu and remains right here in the city circulating along the various and diverse channels of trade. It is a well known fact that players are extremely , liberal in the expendi ture of money and. there Is hardly a trade or business that is not beueflted by the money which thus changes hands. The stage crew are. attaches of the theater, but their salary runs up into the hundreds weekly and they, too remain here and expend their earnings In their home town. Print ers, newspapers and bill posters come In' for a share of the' takings of 'the theater, no minor consideration to say the least ; Hotel 'men, boarding houses and restaurants to say nothing of jewelers, clothing merchants, hair dressers, milliners are benefited to; a vast degree by the presence of a stock company in t this city; Then - there comes the transfer man, the lumber dealers, hardware men and dry goods dealers, in fact one cannot recall any line of legitimate business that is not materially enhanced - by those . who have to make purchase in line with their profession and trade in the thea trical field i . .'r. - i. -',,'; -: Carpenters and electricians started work at the- Opera House this morn ing to get the stage In readiness for the first production Which will be that charming comedy drama, "he Traveling Salesman." one of the best plays In the ; repertoire of ; the company.-'-.: - "Z' '-7 The company will sail tomorrow from San Francisco reaching here on Monday September 1st, opening the engagement here Wednesdayi Septem ber 3rd.' : V r' ' fiTACBULLITEf GIYES TOU TnnaVfil NEWS TODAY - V iiiDoon cupatio:is cf every kind prevent the freedosi of sunlight exer cise whi eh , nature intended, and vital body-forced are slowly reduced. v : ? SCOTTS EMULSION is the concentrated pure food : medicine to check this decline. : It , refreshes the Body by maklnj healthy blood, anil is nature's greatest aid to fortify the lung and prevent tuberculosis. ' SCOTTS EMULSION ' ' ;V f V ' maku energy, : . . health end $trmgtS. SlA , tCOTT A MWML r mT3 1 ' : . - J . FJIAYfAR TFJIF? A T"7R Thursday Evening, Aug. 28 Atthe-MAWiyi Muifll.i!ii. 1 f One Week Onlv , , -" - : . J f - ' : v.. . .. ,'. .r.X- , : ' . - - - - . . . W 6000feet of the most marvelous picture ever produced. A film tha keeps the audience spellbound for ah hour and a half. A stoiy ancient Rome in five reels, each reel more, interesting than ;the;prececBn quaint Oriental weaves in this play. ; A refined drama from beginning to. end. v , . ; , 3 Shows Nightly, beginning at 6:45 Bbx-Oce;'opei'ajt;p.m. Prices 15c and 25c ..... - . -Wo All Fort TALITV IS rmnimr. nc m u 1 w u u 1 i K1DHCGLI0 ! . r--- - . ' - Hanae, a Hawaiian, aged forty-two rears, a laborer on the county roads in Kwa district. Is dead as a result of a knife wound, alleged to have been inflicted by SawaguchI, a Japanese, known also as "Charlie." . i : The fatality Is the result of what ; the police declare tohave been . a drunken row, which took place yes terday afternoon, and evening1 at a Waipahu plantation camp. j The row is .alleged -to have occur ed bver a woman, which the Japa- nese was to have married late yes terday afternoon. . ' . Henry Miller, aged thirteen years, was . Involved in tne fight, which de veloped into a cutting affray. 'The Miller lad was stabbed In the back, though his. injuries proved not serious. The police wagon was dispatched to the scene, and' Hanae was taken to the hospital. Shortly before mid All 1 A . NOTE: Owing to the enormous expense of this feature, the management " announces and advance in prices during the week that It will be produced. L 1 1 of ESmsdlsei Sis30 for ri r 1 A. The Siyls Csnior, and Mechnnt ::: night he died from a serious gash in the right lung. Coroner Charle9 Rose will endeavor to summon the neces sary witnesses for the purpose of con ducting an' inquest on Wednesday af ternoon. 8-HOUR. SERVICE PROMISED ; : ' PUBLIC PLEASED ' Honolulans will greatly appreciate tne 8 hour service offered by the Ko dagraph Shop, Hotel and Union streets,, in their developing, and print ing department ' Extensive improve inents have been made, 'expert oper ators have been secured, and the most modern of developing and printing de vices installed. Kodagraph prints are recognized everywhere by their clear ness and brilliance, freedom from curl or crinkles and generous white' mar gins.' Moreover, the fact that work left for finishing can be called" for In eight hours, allowing ample time for the proper washing of film and prints Is a great improvement over a three or four day service. Try the Kodagraph service, Kodagraph prints will please you. Kodagraph agencies at the -'iollowlng places: : MoanaLHotel. Hawaii South Seas Curio Co. Ye Arts and Crafts Shoppe. Get the Kodagraph habit. It will stick. advertisement- ( 1 Q c zhezz. J i J j it:: J a ee ' ( 1 a - - 1 J - , The public tath houses at Kapic::.r.i park will be closed tc tho puLiic tci a month beginning coon. TtU stat? ment was made by Mayor Fern th!3 morning. While U ia closed nar.y re pairs will be null, and a now struc ture will b"e erected for Ite ra-n'n quarters. At the last meeting of the hear;! c! supervisors, d rejinrt f.f th? rc.i.Jj committee; wjj adjplpd. which re commended' thi appropriation nf Jt.'.c for the renovacim -f the l.aih bruise?. It also' gives the s.iperlr.tondcnt (f th. park control ua" the phico ii'iJ em powers him to employ an attendant to care for the bath houae3. Mayor Fern said. this norr.!n.T thri as soon a3 the resolution sotting a.-hL the can be passed the rcr.ovx- tion work will be cornmenccl. T)v3 new men's quarters art- tc bo Jarg. r than the present ones, and will be built on a higher, level.