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F.VErllNn nUU.HTIN. HONOLULU. T. It.. SATURDAY. SEPT. IS. 1006. - " ' -
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iptrr Royal Arch.
v ill members if the
u l illy Invited to at'
i ml im
(it of local longes.
HARfOONV I.QIK.E, No. 3 I. 0. O.
Mt-il oi.rj rin iday ev nine at 7: II
ti l 0. O . It )l Fort -trtet.
11. U. l'KNMtY Secretary.
'. ( H TEU N (1
vl Tlsttn-j b-o'licrs very cordlatij
fctSlIC LOtitE, Nc. 2, K. of T.
!fct ivfrj fiiMiItjr evening t
J-.Tl ilic ii K. of P. Hall, IVn
street. VliJ I i( hrotbe-a cordially 1 1
tlteeS tn Htt r il
J J. WHIT EIIEAD, C.C.
F. WALDR JN. K.ILS.
OAHU l.CDGE, No. 1, K. of P. ,
Muif twery Friday evenlrg at'
:C. P.'Iirtll Klur; strict, at 7: 3D. Mem-1
ln of ! stlc Uid;c, No. 2, Win, Mo
Klal Lodge, No. S, and vleltlun
fcroi ra eordla'ly Invited.
l. .cril Business.
A. D. ItOND. C. O.
A. 8. KENWAY, K.R.8.
HONC'.ULU 3E 610, B. P. O, E. '
R jih c Vo. C16, D. P. 0. H-, I
! I hall, .m Miller'
i t. toeti, every Friday!
fV , i .
v i , f ' i c. n.
;l H. SIMPSON,
k e. Men? a r, n.n.
Y'm. M'KINLSY LODGE Ko. C, K.of T.
Mi'fla v.iiy fitunlay evenlne '
t w o'oofl. U X. of P Hall. Kin
oUnt. VWitlrK 'natherr rcnilally li
YHl tj, intend
rJ. ."t J'lUNSDN, C.C.
B. A, JACOHiON, KR.rt.
MUHOLULU ASRIE 140, f. O. E.
Vretf on t'l- ,'ud anil !th WEDNKS
t'AY tvonlfr - 'if earn i lonth at 7:2'
nlxl. Ill K, if P. Hall, King ftret
Vljltlntr ' .. ;les aro 1 JTlled tr oi
I.AJI McKEAO TE. W.P.
"I. T, MOOM , W. Socy,
Hawaii chapter no. 1, order op
Merlr veo il nr 1 third TIIURR,
I'AY ! Mich month In Fraternity Ha,
flJJ fMowH riulli'.Ir, Fort Btrctl, l
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lA'VI.Ar. THiBt No. 1, I. O. R. M.
niMiAY f .
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second and fourth
month In I. O. C. F
cm cordially lavlted to
F. DRAKE. Sachem.
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A Supsrlsr L jl t to all others.
Aertlrnr Oas Ij superlur In quality, i
and cheappsi tti'latns Ices heat, vitl I
ntes the air Issi, nd har no Injurlcaw
effrcis on the ov:r, I
ror ..irttie. iiiftl-.rlirs Inaulrs it I
Alro Cslc'um Cirb.'de of all circs, in
drums and snail ears, for aeneraUKt
ml Automohil i Lamp and all sties
nrJ n"dfs of das Mantles and G n
Washington Light Co,
C. W .1 AJFARLANi, Manager.
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With each purchase of $2 00 or
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from 5c. to $2.50 a bottle.
With purchase to the amount
of $1 00 a gift of toilet water that
tclla from 00c. to $1.23 a bottle.
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Additional Cable News on Page 1.
I 'I ole ilo. Sepi, H A hanil-e'.ir went
jtliniish an ul en diaw Into the .Mail-
inn- ilwr jeMiiiilaj mill lwclo wcio
, il ll.Mli ll
f ,3i ,
TO MEET SULTAN.
Cimstiintluoi In. Sepi 1 1 The Sul
li ii will jtirlvn the Ameilian iimbas
nailiir, Mr. I.e. Iiilian, on the JUt.
"C. Kit. ', i
TORNADO AT LINCOLN.
I.lm olii. Neb Sepi 11--Four peo
ple have heeii killed hero by a, tor
Palfiiuii S.p II Rcwral earth-
qiiaki'ri haw iaiiiimU here.
Ojoter R.i flt II. Sccietary T.ifl
piw fm Ci i. Sumlij to lueatg,ita
KA'W" r - .
Hie upilicliii I'lf-.lilcnt ltooseiwll, mint 8 n m.. Hand of Low meeting, lui
a letter to ictn Qiiesada. the Cuban
minister, lmi,-n.-,luii.ili'lv pliaih, for
1 1" in e in inoia iuteituuiloii.
Havana Scit. II Tho ct r clit scs
I hlon of Canme-wfc bus adjoin ned. lim
ing gianted 1-itMldont I'alm.i the lull
je.l poneis tu luOKccuto the uai The
ltii.il Guuriie will be doubled 'i'wen-
l)-,evcn uiiel iiillltlamc-ii have lie en
eaituied in tho onUklita of Havana. ' ,,cclal llarct Festival iiieellugs lit
die hall, corner of King and Niiuaim
Co1umlitn, O, 'iept 1 1 The McKIn- streets, on tho ewnlligs of the SJud,
h moiiumenl was iinelled jeileiday I ;2rd, lilth and 15th. 'Iheso aro the)
In tho procme of fiO.OuQ sjiectiitont ,ates fcI for the annual eelebtatlou ot
'lint ciowd. In dying to get a view of in Harvest Festival by tho Salvation
Mrs I.ongworit hcromo iineontiolhi Army. There will bo n special pin
bis and a panl . lumied The exercises .lain ariaiised for these mectlngj.
were thcieupoi iiostponed until oven- Adjutant and Mis. Uambeiry In
Stop piling thlnna up In your eel-
liar Bulletin Want advertltlng turm
mem into cash.
HvNsura, paws, ahariicncd. Webb's.
White Hcnui autus Stoikyds stiililo.
New uoods LcliiK tiucticd ocry dnj
(luwrnmcnt unices mid the ioiiim
nrr tloscil today.
. II la Bald th.it Onomc.i l.iutatlun
1 w i ' I (Hin iuHt a dlxldi'iid
I It-.'inrinhcr, music and x,inial dlmur
ccr Suiidiiy at (he Seahldo
V. V Aliann H Co hnx1 n ilio'rp
'lino of English ami Atnoilraii 0i
slod. Neatly furnished rootni at thu Pop
jul.ir. tl, Sl.SU and $2 per week. 11113
I I'ort stnet.
W. C. AlIiI was In touferdiio wild
Den on H. II. Trent of the Democratic
im iv IIiIh iniiriiliiR.
' Hi mllfiil lien millinery at Mixa
Ponera .Mllllnnry Pailora, IIorIoii
IiiiIIiIIiii: Km I I icrt '
riw lilnlic I'lolhliiR I'o are shouii't,
'a line line of men's ami bs' wills,
ih it me lieliiK tulil lit n er) lot, ilre
, Tim OaI ilu.ir nvt linUenal Hill
(,11-llim. Il Is I he heat ,'h nluoUe In the
euiili) (Sunnt-l'nUIli L'Ik.i' L'u iia
iilhulors. The iioslllnn of asulstant manager of
I In' Iiu.miI Hanallan Hotel has been
aliiillxheil. and H. M. Iloyd will tlK'H
fine ritlie Oetoher 1.
The Wiiialac. KalnmUl and Pilolo
liiiliiocment Club will hold It' aiimril
meeting lor ueetlou of ulllieis, eli.
n"Xt I'rlilaj eMiitni:
WullilUl Inn Is now owned by V. C.
t'vrtsln. Aciommodittlutis, Biiiiillo3
and otlendauio absolutely first class.
I Inoat bathing on the beach.
When the weather Is hot "Arable"
till eool lour Iron roof. When the
.venlher Is wet "Arabic" will prewul
'",l- California Fted Co., acenw.
uiiul Commissioner Pratt Is lonml-
i lug the ojioiilnR of 777 acres of uml
in Uialii.iiei. wnlnuiic. nui nas urn
it ile, lili'd the method to be puraiii.il,
,iiimifai itirci's' Shoe Co has I Ik
I irncMt uml most complete stock ol
I. II. I. ..'.. ..I.,,nu I,, tll.l.ll, 1 l,OV II,.,,, ,
lllhlll'll D fllluvn hi ,viij, '
Hiieilall) of taterliig to the lllt.e
tlciiige I.jcurgus and wife niu short
l in leae for (Ircei'c J.iy way of Jiip.ni,
Clilu.i. luilhi anil the Suez Ciiu.il. 'I In
will he absent from Honolulu for about I
,i )i ir.
Uhltnc) & Marsh are iihowlni; u
liiuilsoiiic line of lain until 'l.i'vl
. I in hate a wit.ihm lull of ptett) toll,
III. mulls, sultiiblo for cu'iilng .mil
I he Mctrostjlt Piauiil.i pl.iH the
lii.ht souk hltii anil dance tune.-. u
.ell u selections fiiim lis cxliaiiKlleH
. ' ..leal rc,e.toi riohl by Heig-
mill Music Co , Ltd. i
'I he Catholic Chinch of our I.ndy nt
nc Moiiui, Kiilul.iul (Kallhl-uka) In1
' iryo of Itcv. Father Clement To-1
1 1 iov. Keiitcmlicr li,tn, 11 a. in., mass,
i i mini, collation, Sunday ncliiniln.
Thu Klnaii bioiiKlil the fiHuv. Iiir '
I'Mi fiom Hawaii ami M.iut lml.i . I
,"lc chickens, 7 bags coffie, I- li.lgi,
.no. 1 liagH inlibage. i5 incu IiiiI.Iiik
pewiler, SU lords wood, :i!i empl kegH, j
Id) cases h.ilmuii, 'SJI p:i'k..gi.i buii- (
ilrU'K. . I
AlwaM mmetlilng doing at Iho Sra-1
hidi'. (!o out theie ami hae u gmiil
In honor of the onu hundred iimi
third annUers.irj of tho dc.ttli or Com.,
nioilnro John Harry, '"I lie Fatlii'i' ol
the iucilcaii Nay," the two dlvlslonu
of Hie lllheiul.tii Miclety last ceuliti,
leleiuatcil the eeiil with oratoi) ami
i I he Catholic Church of St. John the .
I ll.iialst, Kallhl-waeuu, In chnigu of '
Hut Father Clement. Tomorrow. Sop
'limliiT Hi, XVlh Suiiiliij alter l'ciili-
tosi Fi-iht of tho Secn Sioiroua of
I llie M. 11, Virgin, S:SU a. lit., high mans,
sermon, eollection, Sunday School. 4
p. in. Ilosary.
A Hpeclul mectliiK of the Jleilkal As
ho. latloii In to ho held tonight III the
tttll. . u ,,f fit f' 11 f'im,.i' Ol TnnM 111.
,.r,,..L, .,, ... . ... vi, ." ...-
Imiiiiiii. of Chlengo, who will be the
(,inst of the eenlng. All the members
eit the medlciil piofesslun uio cordlill)
IiiNlleel to be picscnt,
I I he Klnaii repoits the followlt.g
i ,'ir awaiting shliimeiit on Il.u.iiil:
lilii.i, 1SI2, Walalica, 1C.0UH; Wnltukii.
I. mi (JiieiliiiMi "iliOO; Pcpeekeo, U,-
100 lioiiomu, C'lUO; Hiikulau, .'J.jnw;
l.iiip.ihoi'hiic, IS.i'UO: Honokaa, '.',00;
Kiikiilliucle, 1UIO; Honuapu, (,iU.
McthoilUt LplMOpal Church, Beie-
liiui.i btrect. Sabbath Si hool al I"
o'lloek toiuoriow moinlug. Dlvlno
uoihIiIp ul 11 o'cluel:. Theme of thu
nnnoii "'Ihc Ore iter Woiku o the
("lit Int i,m." EpHorth l.eigue ul tr.'M
p. in The acting pastor will piciuli
In the owning on "Hem Much Lielter
In a Mini 'i huu a Sheep "
'Hie ltev. Father (lenient of the
Catholic Mission scuiIh b) lliK his
iiinbt Bluecie ihaulvH to all the pivetms
who generously contrlhulcd for the
i lieu h of thu iuikcu of last Saturda),
"cplnmber h, al St Louis College hull,
for the beiicllt of the two chinches ol
Mo.in.ilti.i and .M'iliiiiMlllc. TIio pio
cceds of the eoiiieit weie fiiU.bO, net of
Thn Salvation Army mcclH eneiv
night, except Monday uud Wcdnetday
In Ihn li.ilxl fiiiiur 1 t hit mill tlinmil
jaitels, leiintucmliig tit 8 o'cloik. Suu-
, ,y M.riinl. Junior mcellng jnd
lllblc el.iss at 11 a. in , Hiilim-ai- meil-
im, ,u ;: j, m . Youii.' People's Legion
mcetiuc at i. p m. filiation meeting
I'lillilH'ii. S.ituiiliiy attcrniiou at 2.
o'clock. At thu Oiiental nulpont, VV
N. Iletetanla aenue, "thcie will bo
iiieellugs ccry Monday, Tuetilaj,
Thursdiiv and fa.itiuiluy, ami telinol tor
adults on Wediicbilay uud Friday ewu-i
Ings cominenelng at O.CO. tiundi)
tilinol ut a-iltl oery Sunday mninlii
On School street, near l.lllha, .Siimlij
tchool at 2sai) n. m There will be?
Do 1 ISeed
; o o y-t,
k v 0oW
No, I don't need 'em,
'cause I can't read, If I
could read I'd get fllassct
sure, I'd fjo to
A. N. Sanford,
MONUMENTS, SAFES, IRON FENCE.
HAWAIIAN IRON FENCE & MONUMENT WCRK3.
NEXT TO YOUNG BLDG., 17G-1B0 KING STREET. PHONE 237.
NHS IF HOT .
Allowed TO Stay
Al about 1 , yi'stcrday nllcruoon
tin- iiiecllug 1 1 tho CnimiiHIro im
Huli'H whiiii ii.nl been adjoin ned nil
til 1..1U p, in, bemiu business. luKliu
up tho iiile Mi(mV the-y left them ut
noon, i.llll lulu,, last jcui'h ruleu as
Cl.nk sihl the eoniniltti'e had aril-,
u ut th most vital point to hi)
tii.itoil and that nil perhons not Con
ine eil Willi Iho committee be exclud
ed. Drak" offe-i'd the nmemlnient that
the in t-i- be oe'i'ptci from till". John
ion i'ivii. led tho nini'llilincnt, which
wiih e nil led. Clark thereupon with
liew tin original motion,
Tl. ballot rule was then taki'ti up.
Hint I. iniiM il Unit the tule bo ns
ioIIiium' In making nominations for
i llli" the voting shall In all easel
niuie theie la iiiiile than one liouiiuec
be Ii) Kiiret bnllnt ami It shall bo
coinpulsoiy on inih delegate! bi'feuo
eiiMiiiK a ballot to enter the booths
provided for that purpose ami mark
Clark moved to pass the rule In tho
.Illinium offered an umoniluieiit to
the effect that It should not be "com
pulmry" hut "the pilWIoge' to go Into
the booths. He until ho did not want
le, be ill hin Into il booth like a horse.
Ilo wanted to innik his ballot In tho
open This was Hcecmdiil by Swift.
Mal.ali'iin spoke In favor of Block's
minion Tho booths wine theio nnd
ilioulil be used. Villa said It was up
In tin ! mil tli to keep faith with the
Fifth. Tho in utter had been decided
a e aliens
JiiliiiKin taht that If It was tho
sense of the ramu.i that It was com
pulmuy lie would wltluliaw his amend
mint, lliock said that Iho compulsion
clause was a hlttei pill to him, hut
the caucus had eleeldrd In favor of It,
(ml he relt bound by Its action. John
lion wanted to know If tho wonl "com
ulnr" hud been used In the cuuiiis.
ilojil nilil the matter had been sub
milled to tho eomiiilttoes. nnd these
hud dee bled that it was eouipiilKory.
Not a single ptecliirt of tho Fomth
had objected to tho eompulitot) clause.
.Inlin .nil theieiipon withdrew his
Moig.ni said he- did not boo why ho
Hiniili! be compelled to vote In .1
I notli. Ho did not euro who saw his
ballot, and pieferred lo nun I; his bal
lot In iho open. However he saw the
mattei In thu s.imo light na JoliiiMin.
The tule was then call led as piuiosed
Claik moved Unit a nile be adopted
In the elfett that no ballot thoiild be
Uhcd except tlio.ii' authorised uml 1 til -till
bed by the chairman nl the ron
vi'Mliou This was adopted an well as
a nil.-' lotmally riovidlug foi the four
l.lnilh of ballotr. to be um,1 It was
iiImi elicldcd that the ballots ahoiihl lie
cast (ill tho call by the pioeluiti. In
numerical order, the I'oiii.Ii District
Ilrock uiovi'd that Ihc Jiul-;(-s of
election, tellers and ull other luces
rary ollleers cuuncdi'il with tho bal
loting bo appointed by tho Chulr. Car
lied. Fernandez moved that tho delegates
should ilolgnnto their cholee by mark
ing he ballots with u ciois op,oslta
tho namo of tho candidate. Carried
It wub also decided that In cases of
irlsinarkliiK of n ballot It should only
Invalidate tho vote for tl(6 paitlcular
olllco In icgaid to which tho mistake
.1 ...r.-j:. .1,. j,..!. Ltu,'!. .:j.,
wouldn't you like to come down to
, earth and see how things have
It's Jutt a Interesting to look back
several thousand years and see the
ancient civilization of the Egyptians
to learn of lost arts and note how
many recent scientific Discoveries
were In common use In those times.
You can see l all In the new first
complete history of
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FORT AND HOTEL STREETS.
Tho next couple of tho old rulcn
were passed In the form unci! last
The next nile was the one rotating
to the prc.icnio of cntulldntes, which
has been elubheil the "Dillingham
link1. ' lloyd moved In pans tho rule
in mo ioi in tnai every caniiiiiato must
In present to toko the ple'dgo or fur
nish sa Isfnclory evidence to the same
I'flee 1. Pc-iimnilcz wanted to mako It
le'.ul "wilttcn ple-dte." Diake nmcnd-
eil It to read that the candidates
should, before the balloting began,
' openlj plcdgo themselves." Clark
hold "a eable" or either evidence of
that kind bhoiihl not he taken to bo
tatlsfuctory. Joliiiiou said ho was
opposed to tho umendment, as It wns
ellierlly aimed ngalust Dillingham and
ItlillllniT ltn K.llif- llintr lirnlupn Tni n
Uhort while nnd stated that Dllllng-
ham had openly announced himself,
'and that ho would Kitppoit the plat-
lotm if lie vvioto a letter onylng ho
would do so. A cablegiani or n letter
wuh tho best evidence. Johnson want
ed fair play. In lair play tho amend
ment should not he ndopted.
Diake nnsweicil that ltawllns wai
not alitcnt. In fnlinehs to all of the
eaiiillilates, the nmeiulment should be
adopted, lliock nalil Dllllnghntii was
aimed at la the nmendtnent. It
should he up to the convention nnd
nut to tho eommltteo to exclude him
from i mining, nlihuugh ho had large
suppoiL It was only fair that written
evidence should ho leeelved,
lliij d said It was uudersteiod that all
tho nominees wcio good Republicans
nnd their presence or absence wns Im
mateilal. Dillingham was nway on
huslnesH, which was to his credit, and
lie should not ho debarred for that
lcason. The inlo had originally been
inlltoaded Into tho convention for u
purpose, mid icpctltlon of this should
not be allowed.
Cci-i moved to tabic.' tho nmeiulment,
but the vote was taken on It, resulting
:n the killing of tho amendment by a
vote of 3 iiyes and 17 noes, eiuly Drake,
Claik uud Makalena voting for It. On
motion by Drnko the vnto was niacin
unanimous, nnd tho original motion al.
lowing tho pledge by nbscnlces by
the fiiiulshliiK of satisfactory evidence
I.tllkalnul then nuked to reionsldcr
the vote taken on tho rule relating to
eoiinnlttc'C'iucii, making u linn. Mowing
ipcccli. Cox loarle'd Mllknlaul for
l.ls change of Innrt. Ho said It look
ed as ir ho had been thteatened by his
precinct nnd wns afraid of It. Ho
should be made to give tho icnson for
Ms change or iiilml. l.lllkulunl an
i.v.ored with another long spech.
Tho iuolIoii to leconslder was then
1 ut and lot by a vote of 12 njes and 8
noes, n twothlrd8 vote being neces
taty. Th" last rules, concerning a quor
um and the suspension of rules, wero
piisRod In tho foim used last jear.
With the latter was Included n pin
vision to iho effect that no member of
tho convention should bo allowed thel
Poor for iiioie thnn five minutes on
WONDf R OF THE WORLD
(Continued from Pago 1)
win lh tho time and trouble) necersary
to take It, and I am glad I went.
' Coming back, the Klnaii had a full
I assrnger list. much greater than
there were any accommodations, for,
and lots of the passengers had to
leep on deck. Jlut tho weather was
line and nobody minded gieatly I
think noarly evei)body has only ono
:egict, nnd that Is that wo could not
iuivo had moro tlinn to spend In sight
tei'lug before wo returned"
Pleasant But Seatlck.
"Wo had u verj nice trip," said J. F.
Davis, and wo nil enjoyed It In splto
of some of the pnty being pretty sea
hick on tho way over. Everybody
treated us well, and tho volcano Is
v.oitli going n long vay to sec. I am
l.lnd that I mnde tho trip."
E r Van Lcuvcn, of tho San Ber
natdlno Evening Index, expressed
himself ns welt pleased with tho ex
cursion. "Kvonthlng was nil right,"
ho said, "and we had n good time, t
wouldn't havo missed It for a good
Long Beach Tribune.
I. S. Watson of the Long Reach Eve
ning Tribune: "Tho -volcano Is a
sight which no one who eoraes to the
Islands should miss seeing. Borne of
in thought that the trip might bo too
lough, hut everyone who did go, even
those of us who Buffered most from
seasickness, were glad that they went;
l would not have missed tho trip at
"It was a cool day when wo wero at
the volcano. It rained part of the
time, but tho clouds lilted frequently
enough to allow us to sec almost ev
er) thing there wns to be seen. The
ride up to the volcano through tho
cniicflclds and banana patches was al
mi n source of great pleasure.
"Regarding tho Volcano Itself, tho
rnly word of disappointment 1 can say
Is that tho vapor hid tho molten lava
Horn view, most of tin having had tho
Impression that wc would sec a lake
of (Ire. 'Wo toasted postal enrds nnd
the lavarand heated coffee and did all
the usual stunls.
"As I said, the Volcano trip Is one
which everyone who comes hero
should take, and ns n patty wc want
to express our party appreciation of
thu excellent and courteous treatment
wo received and particularly of the
lino way In which wo wcio taken caro
of at the Volcano 1 Inline. I would not
have missed the trip for $100. The
lunii at I Mlo was another enjoyablo
feature of the trip. It was n royal,
rraiul affair, which was carried off In
Los Angeles Herald.
1.. V. Doollttlc or the Los Angeles
Herald: "The trip to the Volcano Is
the best entertainment wo have had
since we came here. It wns entirely
novel In every way. None of us had
ever seen n volcano, extinct or active,
Lefore, and wo were glad td have the
opportunity to sco one. Or course, It
mined all the day wo were there, but
that did not deter tho party froruninlc
tng tho dip around It, although steam
eonce-nled tho main crater.
"The ttlp on the Klnaii was n rough
mo and many of the party were sea
sick. The way Illlo entertained us
wns astonishing. It was something
wo would not havo iceclved of any
town of u slmllnr size In the Stntcs.
Of course, tho fi'ast which was given
lis, was new- to us, though the lino of
procedure at It was somewhat differ
ent to whnt wo wero usedt to, but I
nni miio wo all ato nB much as wo
could, and tho occasion 'was further
enlivened by speeches' nnd-a dance,
which followed tho lunii."
Los Angeles Journal.
Warren Wilson of tho Los Angeles
Journnl:i "Wo wcio wonderfully Im
piesscd jivlth tho unhpio entertain,
incut which was given us at Illlo.
It was spontaneous and generous In
every respe-et, nnd nil seemed to turn
rut to meet us. Whnt impressed mc
especially was the great variety of na
tlvo dishes at tho hum, though of
coin so u newcomer couhl not get the
lull enjoyment out of ;tlicm; hut tho
unique character of tho feast could
ceitalnly not bo exceeded.
"Tho Volcano wns tho first one, act
tlvo or extinct, that anyone! of tho
party had seen. Wo wero profoundly
Impressed with Its magnitude, tho ex
tent of tho lava Hows, and tho nwful
force of naluru which produced such
a gigantic cataclysm. The crater of
llalemniimau was shrouded In mist.
Wo could not see tho bottom of It,
and tho sight p induced n vaguo feel
ing of nwa and dread, as If It wero
shrouded In mjstcry. I am sure that
all of us aro glad that they undertook
tho trip. Tho scene Is not asicxtcn
eivu as tno (Irand Can) on of Colorado,
hut the evidence of n more recent dis
play of Titanic forces was mightier
mid moro impressive than an) thing I
havo over seen heroic. Thcro wero
rnly six horsca available at tho Vol
cano, to most of tho ladles and all thu
men took tho entire round trip on
foot. Of course, wc toasted our post
al cards and heated our coffee on tho
lava and did all those things which I
expect nil the vlslfore do.
"There was not a slnglo Incident to
mar tho trip, except possibly that on
our trip homo tho Klnaii was "over
eiowded, so many of us , hud to sleep
on deck, but wo found that that was
leally preferable. At tho Volcano
House we spent a flno evening with a
flno dinner, nt which entertaining
speeches weio made by nlinut Of teen
to twenty membeiH of the party.'.'
North Beach Telegraph.
J I. Penny or the North Hcnrh Dal
ly Telegraph: "The Illlo people gave
us an excellent entertainment, and
lirectcil us with great hospitality, Tho
lunii they dented us to was a flno at
lair, tho novelty of which wo all en
Jrjed Immensely. It was followed by
0 dance, and during our stay wo en
joyed somo lino carriage rides about
the place. Tho Volcano Is about tho
rrnndcM sight I havo ever seen, and
: will admit that It comes up to our
own Yellowstone Park. Tho trip to
tho Volcano on the railroad through
the caneflelds and the tropical forests
was not the least Interesting feature
n( tho Jrlp, nnd tho Volcano Itself
came fully up to our expectations.
Mrs. J, J, penny,
Mrs. J. J. Penny: "Wo spout a
most cnjojnhle tlmo In Illlo, vvhero
the people entertained us with a luau,
which was certainly a distinctly nov
el entertainment to all of us, and a
"At tho Volcano House wo spent an
excellent evening, vwjoylng a ban
quot Mint charopagno, toasts and
speeches if rom members of tho party.
frtijfttiri,riftffrJ .ay H
- "Tho Volcano Is wonderful, I have
seen Yellowstone Park with Its' gey
sers and that kind of thing, but In
splto of that the Volcano certainly Im
pressed mo as being also a wondcnui
SENIOR AND FRESHMAN.
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ilscn to the occasion and decorated
Lis vessel with varicolored flags from
stem to stern.
And away In tho distance lay the
purple Bca, calm In tho flooding sun
light, changing Into almost impossible
colors .nearer In to tho shore, and dot
ted here nnd there with tho gleaming
Balls of Incoming or outgoing vessel.!.
Altogether It was a perfect e.sy anil
a perfect scene, such nB could bo had
only In Hawaii.
Cupid Wins First Race.
Tho first race of the clay, between
the Kanoclanl, entered by Prince Cu
pid, and the Kaplolanl, entered by (1.
S. Harris, hoili slx-oarcd, whalcboats.
was won by tho former after one of
(he prettiest races ever seen on tho
harbor. Tho boats were noso anil
nose nil the war and Prlnco Cupid
finally won out with less than n length
of clear water between bis boat and
inputs noai cnugnt ine water ursi,
lowing forty strokes to the minute,
while Harris was down to thirty six.
He pulled ahead slightly, and onnosllo
the Myrtle bonthouse Harris' hat canto
off and ha waved It to encourage his
crew, who responded, being on even
terms when tho old knuckle buoy was
leached. Cupid once moro drew a
few loot to the fore, but Harris re
sponded nnd when he rounded tho
spar buoy' wns two lengths to tho
Cupid came up en the Inside as Iho
turn was being made, committing n
clear but unintentional foul, which
Harris refused to tako advantage of.
Coming back around tho spar buoy,
Cupid was one and a flair lengths to
the good nnd this advantage was re
tained to the finish In spite of spurts
by Harris' men.
The time was: Cupid, 28m. 25 3-5
sec; Harris, 28m. 30scc.
Myrtle Seniors Win.
Tho second race was between tho
I renin n I and Myrtle clubs for stx-onr
senior barges The course being homo
between tho Railroad and Sorenson'a
wharf to and around tho lings oppo
site tho spar buoy, keeping the samo
on tho port sldo In turning, nnd thu
finish back to a lino between tho Ko
An Hon, tho Judges' boat, and the old
The Healanls caught tho wnter with
tho pistol, dropping into n fast, clean
ctroko of 39 to tho minute, which car
ried them nhead, showing clear wn
ter between the boats opiioslto tho
Ko All Hon. Thoy kept their advan
tage to the lighthouse, rowing easily
in splto of the Mrtlo's spurt when
cheered by their club fellows.
Healani's Pretty Turn,
In making tho turn around tho spar
Ciioy tho Healanls made a pretty turn
with thu advantago or a full length as
they straightened out for tho stretch
home. Tho launch Watcrwltch cross
eel tho bows of tho two barges, throw
ing her swell ngnlhst them. This ac
tion caused much comment on tho
Different on the Turn.
On tho return the story was differ
ent, Tho Myrtles started a spurt
which meant business. In a few
strokes thoy lapped tho Ulucs and In
splto of tho spurt of tho llealnnl crow
took tho lead. At tho lighthouse, with
thu advantago of Iho Inner course they
were Ihreo lengths In tho lead and hnd
extended this to four when tho Judges'
boat was passed. Tho time: Myrtlcu,
15m. 45 7-Osec.j Ilenlanl, 10m. 57 3-Gb.
Tho crews were:
Alf Rogers, entered by Myrtlo Uoat
Club. Crow: Stroke, !.. C. King; No.
C. V. II. Sopor; No. 4, L. Underwood;
No. 3, Sam Johnson; No. 2, A. Ewart;
No. 1, K. Drown, coxswain, L. Hough.
Hcalanl, entered by Hcalanl noat
Club. Crew: Stroke. Paul J. Jarrctt;
No. C, Oeo. Frccth; No. 4. It. McCor
rlston; No. 3. IL L. Sullivan, No. 2,
M. P. Itobliibon; No. 1, V. Fernandez;
coxswain, II. Stclncr.
Yachts Get Away.
Tho next rnco to bo started was that
'or tho llrst'caB8 yachts, two of which
were entered tho Hawaii, by C. Low
Is, and tho Kamebamcha, by Robert
Scott. Tho course was from a lino
between tho lighthouse and tho Hca
lanl Roat Club out tho chauncl to tho
bell buoy, around the samo to tho
Pearl Harbor fairway buoy, back to
tho bell buoy and finishing opposite
tho Judges' stand.
The second-class yachts Myrtle,
owned by A. Crozler, and Princess,
owned by Prlnco Cupid, started on
the samo ciiurse ten minutes later.
Myrtles' Second Victory,
Tho Freshman inco between the six- ,
oared crews of the Healanls and Myr
tles turned out to bo a walkover for
the latter. Tho Healanls caught tho
water first, with a stroke of 38 against
the Myrtles' 3C, hut at. the llghthoubu
Iho Reds had begun to draw away. At
tho spar buoy they gained their great
est advantago In tho, turn, gaining at.
least five lengths-In addition to tho
two they already Had. Tho Dlue treat
was too long and by no means so fast
as tho Alt Rogers and as the boats
ncared (he finish tho st)le of the Myr
tles was pretty as could be.
Tho finish stowed the Myrtles a
good fifteen lengths In tho lead. Time:
Myrtles. 1;33; Healanls, 14:23. '
The crows wero:
Alt Rogers entered by Myrtle Boat
Club. Crow: Stroke. C. Padekln; No.
6. C. Cowan: No 4, E. Hlngloy; No. 3,
T. Cooper; No. 2, H. Smith; No. 1, A.
Myhre; coxswain, L. Hough.
Hcalanl, cntored by Hcalanl Uoat
Club. Crew: Stroke, N B. Lansing!
No. f, R. Clark; No, 4, R F. Cormju;
No. 3, Jos. Archer; No. 2, E. Hamau
ltu, No. 1, Carl Osi; coxswain, H.