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HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, MQXpAY, JAXU AUY. 11, 1015.
HAWAII WORLD'S. PLAYGB ::; IK FEW YEAKS tit - , SAYS TAYLOR ; Tflhl ARIl II S SEA COMMERCE IK THE ORIENT Enthusiastic over the outlook for itors. ntiry tourist travel to Hawaii; during "The public is lookins forward to 1915; advocating that the mainland Hawaii's flan exhibit. They want to ofice of the Promotion Committee be Bee the 'painted fishes.' This feature . . m i -4 i . t -j. , l.n - troll arlvrtliuwl Th Ha Bd boosting the Panama -Pacific expo- wail building really Js very beautiful. Protest ,AgainSl Search 01 the Attorney ThQmpSOn and J. F. C. ! PLAN IS .1111! ; RAPID PROGRESS The color work on the outside and, Mnnnnli H lininoco tabn th. implement of the interior has "iwnywo wj ..F..w-w been well carried out Mr. Taylor spoke but briefly of the work of the San Francisco office of which he recently has been in charge. "One of the most intangible endeav Direct to Washington Because Japanese officers demand ed and conducted a search for alleged 1 contraband in the cargoof the Panic He has returned' to Ho- ors is the tourist-getting business," he Mail liner Mongolia, an emphatic pro- kitlon and the part which will be tak t in it by the territory. Albert P. Taylor, formerly San Francisco repre sentative of the Promotion Commlt p, returned to Honolulu this morn ing. ' . "... ' Sir. Taylor was accompanied by j Tuolulti to take the position of "outside continued. "You can't put a finger test was filed at Washington, charging that is delaying construction of the man" with the Promotion Commit- here and a thumb there and say that interference with American shipag proposed Kapaa railroad on the island lt mill iarv larrelv in th ca- these axe the results. YOU nave got to in me uneni. imiaeaiijr iou ins ci iaiuu. wnicn win sere man) uoiut- Hagens Look Over Project on Behalf of Plantation (Jovernor Pinkham's signature to temporary franchise and the right-of-way papers from Superintendent of Public Works Forbes are virtually all tee Vacityfot secretary, diiring . the ab- employ both, literature and word of sence of It P. Wood, who leaves for mouth to get the travel , . the exposition Wednesday. - J "l believe that the work, of the San T.Tn spite of the Illness from which Francisco office of the Promotion Com be has been suffering during the last mittee has been, worth while. The of- few months. Mr. Tavlor looked the iKe was useiui in a acreo ainereni the first news of the act, sent broad- steaders. cast with the arrival of the .Mongolia at Honolulu, the matter was taken up F. E. Thompson of the law firm o! Thompson, Wilder. Milverton & Ly by R. P. Schwerki, manager of the mer returned yesterday from Kauai, Pacific Mail, with the United States government. The protest lodged three where he secured the approval of homesteaders on the Kapaa lands to the proposed extension of the Lihut Die turs of xood health as he steuoed ways; acting as an lnrorraation du---u. v '-"" -u frUndT Were it Ueharf to greet m various matters pertaining to the the. Japanese government regarding terminus to a government spur on the r"..-."!;!!.. mi ftRitJnV th. steaniBhiD unwarranted interference with Ameri- Kapaa lands. 11 lUl. tO II1?IH IiC UUUIO lUB ' ' - a . Ihmt altbottgh be liked California he o railroad companies wm tlid tu be back In Honolulu oacel oeneve tliat tne oilice nas none ,D0re7 la vast amount of good, and I further j A torj.orougnt ; , oeiieve that, if the frououon commit- The homesteaders want this rail road made a common carrier so that I t'tn spite of our idea Wat everything tee maintains a can vessels and .cargoes on the higu seaair. ". ."' ', ' ' A story .brought In the Oceanic liner they can transport their sugar can. effect that British if cane is to be grown, to a sugar mainisnd tourist nu.' and -lapaoese secrei service men, were mill and also their pineapples and S IiJlS;in a after the exposition. It should be'.to suspect thai the .Mongolia ;'on other products to a" Port." Mr. Thomp ln.&Jt Interview with the Star-Bulletin, . r,. . t. aiT- iU Jast .voyage from IanUa to the son said this morning. A temporary United States had been snpplled I with franchise can be granted and work cargo taken from German vessels war- started immediately. A right-of-way, bound at Manila. The Mongolia7 inci- however, must be given by the super dent .which caused great friction be- j intendent of public works. Immedi tween the oflcrs of the steamer and ate action is imperative that this Uie Japanese officials was caused by ; year's crops might be transported, an Item ci 21 Jbags of saltpeter on 'Later n act of Congress can make me rauroaa a permanent common carrier."' Jr F. C. Hagens of Hackfeld & Co.. agents for Lihue plantation, went with Attorney Thompson' to Kauai and re turned yesterday also. I A vi a a r..i IU JUCaKO VT LAJ AUKf JCB. 1 liO XIBW1 U thh: Te.taamshiP companies In morning and looked tto.Ww, Vn Se ,8Und. to ie peJ- iln Kh7iM patronizing them.. The Matson fyk f r7a these have brought me j NavitIon company', office Is a to.underrtand.now why HoaoH4a ha.nJIDd the.isSds and SSiJ JMI' ror atlracUTcne8a-j the Mm 1- true of PaclHc .Mail wTl!v5S. dve them Asked for his opinion regarding the leari8t traffic, and the .outlook for 'tfvl4 tQHawalla 1115,. Mr. Taylor v sua: . . , - ,As to the tourists, the Promotion Committee Is no more, at a dlsadvant : a ln its estimates than are the stcatixhlD railroad companies on th.ms inlands , Kqv,4hat the .war has begun the estimates of the various tjeajashtp and railroad companies and c xtourtst bureaua regarding tourist trav el have been sadly Jarred. And the , tourist travel has not been up to the estimate for. various, reasons, i "In the first . place, the f East ,has greatly felt the - effects ,-of the war. piTideads have beep cyt, cf f and cof iporations have been affected in other' ways, Captain MaUon.' recently .told; roe,, that li,Q9Q bank clerk were out of employment In the East. So you tan see Just tow the war is preventing -traveL : . . I But Hawaii,, nevertheless will gt Its tourists. jWhen. I left, (heateamer .bookings in Sua Francisco were on "the increase, bat of course the steam ship companies are makiag efforts to feeU. thrrcih tickets where possible. . . That is business.' . y . . - :, "As to, the exposition, there is little ecd,. cl gsig Jato that. More coun tries, hbwever, ai going into it, than It was believed would participate after the war had started. There nn doubt tdly will be a large travel to Callfor cla and, a large attendance' at the ex position, bat, just as the trans porta- r.cn people fell down In their estl mates, U may be that there, will not : be as many- persons visit the expbsl lion as the heads of the fair had cal Thert U no neea to .tall, what the , exposition la. , It is one of ..tbe most f -rgeous achiteaural and color de . Ices .that, could be vrovrht out of the ' clnds of men. The night before we rilled lr aiw tba tower.-of , Jewels, the l-ott conspicuous monument of the ex- I ;s;Uon,i illuminated. It seemed like t a ethereal arage rising out of the : ti?ean. If there are nine wonders of the world, the Panama-Exposition cer tslnry is the teatA. Hawaii practically is situated at the crossroads of the exposition grounds, I , named the Hawaii site the crpssroads fjom the fact that from the standpoint of the ; flow, of visitors it . Is in the same position in : the rouaaa as jit Is in the Pacific ocean. The CaUfomia building, will be the center cl the people'a attention and tie-Hawaii buUdin Jtist opposite will nt.Xhe-benent, .The.mustc .in the' Hawaii building alone will attract risVi T credit for securing many visitors to the. islands. , Whilo in, San Francisco I distributed a large amount of litera ture by mail. . There was a growing demand for It Therefore, a distribut ing center further East would be pre ferable, I believe, . "I believe that in the last it or 13 years, the Ha waU Promction Commit tee haf done, more toward, the. adver tising of the entire Pacific" Tegion than any other organization. : Today it is the bait by which the transportation companies draw their travel to the Pacific coast,'. . ,- . . ,"WItk. the .cessation of the. war I be lieve Hawaii, with the new route through the Panama canal, is destined the manifest of the vessel but of Ma- alls--f. . . ; VESSELS TO AND ! FROM THE ISLANDS (Special TTIrelei to aerchants' Exchange, tp become, one of the freatest shipping points f aid Vl78rwinds bf tW world.f EUREKA Arrived January 9. stmr. Strathardle, from Honolulu Jan. 1. 'AEROGRAM. S. A. T. Sherman will arrive from San Francisco Wednesday, at 3 p. m. and ,wjll probably depart forManila Thursday at 5 p. m ' v-' AlMiOBlLE ROAD ifliftisLib . iiltLUrtAolKLh Smooth Highway Within Year and Half Planned After City v' OffibisV'TburiTr; v; A , smooth automobilo highway all around the island, or, the practical completion of the belt road within 12 months .18, months. et the jdost,' Is the prospect that was . mapped out In thej minds , of some members of : the municipal party that made the circuit oa, SAtoxday.,, Tb chairmen of the road and the ways and means commit tees were. In f Engineer Wair auto, and the way the trio sized up the work necessary .to attain the consummation Just, mentioned madeit appeaf feaa- f-There is not much grading to be done anywhere In the presently, bad stretches and it Is believed by Mr! Wall and Chairman Qulnn that the HEAR TALKS TONIGHT ,. : ON HAWAIIAN,HISTORY , The members of the Hawaiian His torical Society! will gather in the Li brary of ilawall at 8 o'clock this, eve nisg to attend the twenty-third annual meeting , of that organization The meeting will be public and all persons interested, in, ,the wort Df the society are Invited... , ' . " ' , ;" : r ' Papers will be read by Judge F. M. Hatch pn "The Constitutional Conven tion or 1894" and by. Judge Sanford. B. Dole on .The Accession of Luna lflo to jthe : Throne t Other speakers will be ,W.' R. Castl;and Rev J.- M. Lydgate of Lfhue, KaaaL 7 ., -..: C. B. HALL INCREASE ;I ' ? STAfT AND QUARTERS To make room for the installation of ..Beveral new, lines, Charles B. Hall has taken the store under his present quarters at 67-71, Queen street and has remodelled It as an office.' He. also has a new stone warehouse in the rear of, the store. The upper floor will in the future be psed only, as a sample room.. ;., ... ... Mr. .Hall, who has a general com mlsalon business, is expanding his line tq take in cigars, groceries and candy. In addition to Increasing his quarters Mr. Hall lias engaged Lester M. Fishel, formerly of M., A Gunst &, Cp as trav: eling salesman. v ' , .. . Fjujitano and Murpko, tenants of a rv i v n n. i l i best material for the superstructumls.; loS8 of money other Taiubles last coraL It is proposed to obtain the Breakfast! VA bowl of and cream or milk the A ; ' thing '8 done! I Appetizing1 ) i Nourishing H 1: Convenient tS Ecady to serve ..frnr-tli-pJlc!cet: '' direct material from the deposit at Kahukii and transport It by rail to the term! nus of the Koolau, railroad, , whence it would be distributed by motor-drawn wagons along the route.. .:i- ,j . , f .At present, the belt road Is in good condition from Walmea to Honolulu, requiring only slight repairs in one .or tW9 spots.' With thework. contemplat ed' irom vvaimea in the other direc tion wKlirfi wnnlJ nVk' wm! mmA to the foot of the pall, e only diffi cult 'stretch leftould he that cross ing th divide. What will be done with the latter section may be decided while the rest . of the road is being made. : . .,,s ? S' i . ' ,. Ab Inspection, p( ; he t homestead road at Hauula showed . it to be In about as bad condition . as possible short 'jot absolute ,impassabilityn The whole party came together at Aubrey's for lujick and. at.Waialua.for a laau, with . Mr. and- Mrs. Oscar P." Cox as host and jhostesar Before the Juau the district road stables were, inspected. There was flae weather -nearly, all the way and the party arrived ia town at 6:30 In .the evening. . : . i: 'I ' ' ' ! YJOUEU INV1TE0T0 V AD CLUB'S LUNCHEON - ....... ' ; . ;. i-f-fllV - V- ' '' T ? - -3 .-:-ljV Special : Invitations to women are being Caent wit by oha A.' .Palmer, chairman of. the women s day commit tee of the Ad Club. ; Wednesday has been set aside as women's day and efforts are being made to get a large representation , of women ' from every 'circle. Every woman in Honolulu is .invited. ,. - ';:'.;-:;:?'.:; The aim of the club is to set aside a day when the .women of the city can have a hearing on Important civic matters. ; ' The luncheon win be held , in the Young Hotel at 12 o'clock. ; A special musical program is being arranged. . - -"""T- ' . .. . " ' More than 1200 men have been in dicted in Pike County. Ky for buying and selling votes at the judicial elec tion of 1312. night They allege Jthat a colored man entered the .room . through a window and took $400., v : ..v '- y: TOTATS.jnn7 TOTIAT . EAT CABBAGE. FISH. SAUSAGE., flEW BREAD Jfo Indigestion, Gas, Sourness or Up set Stomach If yon'H take Tape's ? . . . Diapepsla"- Try This! Do Borne foods you eat hit back taste good, but work badly; ferment Into stubborn, lumps and cause a sick, Bour, gassy stomach? Now, Mr. or Mrs, Dyspeptic Jot ttii down: Pape'a Dlapepsin digests everything, leaving nothing to sour and upset you. There never was anything so safely quick, so certainly effective. No difference how badly your stomach Is disordered you will get happy relief 'in-five minutes, but what pleases you most is that it strengthens and regulates your stom ach so you can eat your favorite foods without fear. . . ' Most remedies give you relief some times they are slow, but hot sure. 'Tape's Dapepsto, is jquick, positive and puts your stomach in a healthy condition so , the misery wont come back. ;. r. ' " ' Yeu , f eel dlff erent ya a . soon as "Pape's Dlapepsin'' comes In contact with the stomach distress Just van ishes your stomach "gets sweet, no gases, .'no belching, no eructations of undigested food, your head clears and you feel fine. k Go now, make the best Investment you ever made by getting a large fifty: cent, case of, Pape's" Dlapepsin from and drug store, You realize in five minuses bow needless) it Is to suffer from indigestion, dyspepsia,, or any stomach disorder. advertisement ; e sa s ' ' Sherman to Arrive Wednesday. The United States army transport Sherman from San Francisco for Guam and Manil with the 95th company ot Coast Artillery for Oahu win arrive at Honolulu jon Wednesday afternoon according to a late wireless message received by the quartermaster depart inent this morning. The Sherman is reported to carry 1500 recruits for the : various branches of the mffitary serv ice ; m the; Philipptnesr The vessel! steamed Irom San .Franclsca in .com-1 mand of Cat F." Hall, with Charles Roman as "quartermaster agent ' .- LEGAL NOTICE IN THE DISTRICT COURT FOR the District of Hawaii, Territory of Hawaii. In Lankiuptcy. No, 310. In the matter of Ttwdore A. Simp son. voluntary bankrupt. To the creditors of Theodore A Simpson, cf Lellehua, Honolulu. City and County of Honolulu. Territory of Hawaii and District aforesaid, a bank rupt: Notice is hereby given that on the 9th day of January. A. D. ISIS, the said Theodore A. Simpson wa9 duiy adjudicated bankrupt, and that the first meeting ot the creditors will be held at my offices, room ."07. Stangen w'ald building. Hcnoluhi. T. H, on the 30th day of January. A I). 1S1. at 9 c 'clock in the forenoon, at which time the said creditors ma attend, prove their claims, appoint a 'nistee, exam ine the bankrupt and transact such other business as may properly come before said meeting. ALEXANDER LINDSAY. JR. Referee in Bankruptcy. Honolulu, January 11, 191 h. 60."8-lt AO CLUB NOTICE. Wednesday, January i3. will be Wo men's Day at the Honolulu Ad Club and a general invitation is extended to the ladies of Honolulu who are in terested in civic betterment to be pre sent at the meeting, which will be held in the sixth floor dining-room of the Alexander Young hotel during the lunch hour from 12 to I o'clock. Five-minute addresses will be given by ladies prominent m Honolulu so cial life and the meeting promises to be most interesting. An opportunity will be given to any lady present to address the club. The hotel makes a charge of 30 cents for the luncheon. H. L. STRANGE, : Secretary. 6058-2t F1RS-PROO WE STORE EVERYTHING. CITY TRANSFER COMPANY JAMES M. LOVE PImhm 12St The Santi Maria, a tanker operatet by the Union OH Company, put la an appearance at the port today and add ed much to the air of activity found along the waterfront. It was berthed at Pier 19 where a lirge shipment of fuel .oil wiU be discharged. The Santa Maria is credited with a long passage, due mainly to the vessel meeting with a succession of strong gales and heavj seas. The vessel also brought distil lUe and gasoline for local importers. The vessel may return to the coast by the way of an island port I tffT T TTivn m l'l' r lfi i'f i' r 1 1 i "" i 1 n r tt tps im i m f " - f til'? m'U lliT 131 I Ml IVV Ct mm. NOTICE. All '. members of the Phoenix lodge are requested to attend the meeting on Thursday evening, Jan. 14. 1915. Matters of great Importance to-be dis cussed. 6058 Jan, 11, 12, 13, 14. U. S. Engineer Office. Honolulu, Ha waii, Jan. 11, 1915. Sealed proposals for dredging in Honolulu harbor, Ha waii, will be received at. this office until 11 a. m, Feb. 15, 1915. and then publicly opened. Information on ap plication. Chas. S. Bromwell, Lieut Col. Engineers. 6058Jan. 11, 12. 13. 14, Feb. 12, 13. SEALED PROPOSALS, endorsed Proposals Tor Steel Towers,' will be received at the Bureau of Yards and Docks, - Navy Department, Washing ton, D. C, and at the D. S. Naval Sta tion, Cavite . L, until 11 o'clock a. m., February 27, 1915, and then and there publicly opened, for the con struction and erection of three G00 foot steel' towers at each of the fol lowing naval stations: ' San' Diego, CaU Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, and Ca vite, P. I. Plans and specifications may be obtained on application to the Bureau or at the naval stations nam ed, upon deposit of $25 as security for their return. H. R. STANFORD, Chief of Bureau, December 26, 1914. 6058Tan. n, 18. Precious i Stone Jewelry ItHlemized m IH'sifrns and estimates sulnnit tt'd for remodelling jewelry. Mtasisfeaft fcsswsMPssfcfstsf'asrr,,,,t,r 'MMMWMiM'a'BaBsasM lssfMWkStaMs1 M m ii. acsiiBsasasMshtafSfMsssM lssfMsSMsMJ . NOTICE. Notice is hereby given that the fol lowing rule governing traffic on Ter ritorial Government ; wharves was adopted at a special meeting of the Board of Harbor Commissioners held Tuesday, January 5, 1915. "No person shall be allowed on any wharf, the property of the Territory of Hawaii, for the purpose of soliciting business for baggage-transfer compa nies, hotels, rooming-houses, automo biles, hacks or other vehicles plying for hire, or for the sale of merchan dise."' v;V: : . . , BOARD OF HARBOR COMMIS- , SIONERS. ! By its Chairman, . . iS I . CHARLES R. FORBES. . : Attest: (S) T. M. CHURCH, Secretary. . i v ; 6057-St : t . . m The JAS. A. BANISTER Shoes have come in all sizes (Of course you know the Banister quality.) There are Bals and Oxfordsin Black, Tan and White Buck ; $6.50 and $7.00 Manufacturers Shoe Store 1051 Fort Street 3. .V. NURSING WANTED. Male r nrsev ullsengaged ; - Z -years" hospital experienca Address box 131, this office. ... , .... 6058-St BUS1N ESS OPPORTUNITY. ,, Waated-a ; partner, with $3000; a good mercantile proposition ; can make $5000 yearly; salary $100 monthly; must give full time; furnish ref er i ences; wULatand closest investlga- tion. Addres A ,T-. this office. 6058-lt -: FOR RENT. Three-bed room house 'on Kewalo bet ; .Wilder and LuaaUIo. sts.; $40,; Ap ply OUve Q. Lansing, 60 Merchant - at v ' .: . 058-tf DRESSMAKING. . Dressmaking of all kinds; evening gowns a specialty. Anna Fedotoff, The McDonald Punahou .t Phone 1873. - 6058-tf FURNSHED HOUSE.. Nicely furnished bungalow; two bed : rooms. . Apply 1534 Magazine St. or phone 1463; no chUdren; .rent $40. 605S-tf : FURNISHED COTTAGE. Furnished cottage and light house keeping rooms; all conveniences; electric lights; bath, running water; short eiataare from postofflcp. Mod erate. Ganzel place. Fort and Vine-. yard. Tel 1541. 5994-tf)f 1 irge, v l!f apse - 'Uaopngs " of undisputed superiority are being shown by r i X i Mr. Morganthaler of M. II. Birge & Sons Co., HulTalo, X. Y. at our show-rooms. Special appointments can be arranged with Mr. Morganthaler for :the showing an d selection of Wall Decorations, etc. f 3 t Phone 1261 i ' ; -?u . ' '. Lewers & Cooke, Ltd. Lumber and Bulletin? Materials 177 So. Kin St.