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(Prom Wednesday's Advertiser.)
It wns a great day for the Clovoland
excursionists yesterday. From too tlmo
tho mammoth steam
er Cleveland, with hunting flying and
band playing, tied up to tho dock until
late last night every moment was enjoyed
by the -world-trippers. Car rides
as soon as tho ship docked, lunch at tho
Moana and u luau at tho beach in tho
afternoon, nnd various entertainments
for tho evening gavo them a glimpse of
Out to meet the liner at quarantine
was a party of promotionists with n
bevy of Priory girls burdened with lels
for tho travelers. Tho visitors woro
their typical Hawaiian decorations all
day and until they returned on board
tho steamer to neck rest after a most
Tho big liner -was an inspiring sight
with flags flying from stem to stern ns
sho came slowly into tho harbor in tho
oarly morning, Captain Macnulay of tho
local pilot service being on tho bridge
and bringing tho vessel alongsido
wharf in quick timo and in a lino
manner. It was a pretty picco of seamanship
to maneuver around tho dredgo
which blocked a large part of the channel,
but it was dono with safctyand
the liner made fast to tho dock without
As soon ns posslblo tho crowd of moro
than five hundred tourists crossed tho
gangplank and many wcro met by
friends nnd taken around tho town,
.while tho great majority saw tho city
by means of the special cars of tho
Rapid Transit Company. From ono end
of tho city to tho other they wcro taken
and got a good general idea of this
crossroads by tho timo thoy bad arrived
At tho Orphcum and tho Bijou thoro
wero special Hawaiian programs last evening,
with music by Kaai's troubadours
so that there was not a dull moment
for the visitors during tho whole
The luau at Waikiki took tho eye and
taste of the Clcvelanders, and thcro
wore many snapshots taken of tho
porker being brought from tho ground
where tho cooking had been dono. This
luau and beach entertainment was en
gineered by tho promotion committee.
public service association and Outrigger
Ulub in a joint movement. Tlio boys
of the club gavo somo fancy stunts in
surf-canoeing and board riding which
were watched with interest.
Then the public servico lived up to its
name in another way yesterday, eight
members, kuamninns, acting ns spielers
on tho trolley cars which went nround
the city in tho morning. Today this
association will help out in another way,
running an automobile bus every hour
from the end of tho Nuuanu cnrllno to
tho Pali, so that tho visitors who care
to do so may sco this wonder of Oahu,
ono dollar being charged for tho round
Lots of Fnn Going.
Tho crowd on tho present trip is n
much younger ono than on tho eastward
cruise of the Cleveland and thoro is
lots of jollity among tho passongcrs
who have heconio well acquainted in tho
short timo thoy have been on board tho
ship. On tho way from San Francisco
tho Shriners formed tlioir organization,
and a camera and music club was organized.
Tho Elks hnvo not completed
their organization ns yet, hut will do so
after tho Bhip leaves Honolulu.
In San Franciseo there was a mob of
people down to seo tho big boat
nnd on tlio dny bIio was thrown
open to tho public for inspection thcro
were thousands of persons on board during
reception hours. So great was tho
crush that several women nnd one man
were overcome by the crowding and suffocation.
It was a great roccption that tho city
by the Golden Gate gave tho world
tourists upon their nrrivnl, nnd tho
send-off the party now on board received
was no less sincere At tho St.
.Francis Ilotel the postofflco department
bad a special oflico for the sorting and
delivery of mail to tho more tlmn ono
thousand tourists inward and outward
bound, a courtesy which was much appreciated.
The arrival of tho party
was siczed upon by tho Califorulnns to
boost tho exposition of 1015 and if
there was ono of tho Clcvelanders who
was not tagged nnd is not now wearing
an exposition button it is not the fault
of the promoters. A largo number of
automobiles were on hand to tako tho
crowd nround San Francisco upon the
dny thoy nrrived, and nothing was loft
undone to make them feel at homo and
to mako them want to come back in
three years for tho big fair.
Expects Great Cruise,
Edgar Allen Forbes, the magazine
nnd publicity man along with tho party,
Is enthusiastic in his praise of the way
the whole party was treated by tho
San Franciscans. Ho is confident nlso
that the party on tho present trip has
moro live wires than the previous one
and prophesies that this cruise will be
a dandy. There aro sovcrnl millionaires
with their families on board traveling
to New York from San Francisco and
taking in nearly tho whole world on
When this, crowd reaches Europe it
will disband and the members will find
their way back to Now York ns best
suits them. Tlio end of the crulso of
the Cleveland is Hamburg and most
of the party will spend some time in
Europe beforo starting for the United
States in the early summer.
Ttalmnr nf Phflmlplnhtn. Aa.
cided to remain in Honolulu when the I
People and Incidents at the Landing of Cleveland Visitors Yesterday
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for fivo years with Itching and bleeding
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cured by tho Cutlcura
Hcmcdlcs, and 1 am
so grateful I want tho
world to know, for
what helped mo will
help others. My body
and face wcro covered
with sores. Ono day
It would seem to bo
'mm better, and then break
most tcrriblo pain and
tlrhlnff. I havo been
sick soveral tiroes, but never in my llfo
did I experlenco such awful suffering
as with this eczema. I bad mado up
my mind that death was near at hand,
nnd I longed for that tlmo when I
would bo at rest. I had tried many
different doctors and medicines without
success, and my mother brought mo
tho Cutlcura Itemodlcs, insisting that
I try them. I began to feel better after
tho first bath with Cutlcura Soon, and
ono application cf Cutlcura Ointment.
"I continued with tho Cutlcura Bcnp
and Cutlcura Ointment, and havo
taken four bottles cf Cutlcura
and consider myself well. This
was nlno years ago and I havo bad
no return cf tho troublo since. Any
person having any doubt about this
wonderful euro by tho Cutlcura Heme-dies
can wrlto to my address. Mrs.
Altle Etson, 03 Inn Itoad, Dattlo Creek,
Ulcn., ucc. 10, iuuu.
The suffering which Cutlcura Boap
and Cutlcura Ointment havo alleviated
among disfigured infants
and children, and the comfort they have
afforded worn-out and worried parents
have led to their adopUon In countless
homes as a priceless treatment for tho
skin. Eczema, rashes, and overy form
of Itching, burning, scaly humor aro
speedily cured by Cutlcura, In the
of cases, when all else falls.
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vessel arrived here. Ho is elderly, a
rotired business man, and the trip has
becomo too strenuous for him. no will
remain in Honolulu for a time and then
return to his homo in tho East.
R. O. F. van Dusen of New York,
enjoyed tho trip eastward so well that
tho return is now being mado on tho
second and westward cruiso of tho
Among tho Honolulnns who wore up
oarly yesterday morning to greet tho
excursion steamer was Norman
private secretary to Governor
Frcar, who took tho photos appearing
in Tho Advcrtisor this morning.
Notes of tho Crulso.
R. 0. F. van Duson has kept an ac
count of the happenings on tho tripl
and has loaned thorn to Tho Advortiscr.
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ride to tho incoming and outgoing
passengers of the S. S. Clove-land.
Even Unclo Sam not to bo
had a special Dostoflico booth
erected in tho St. Francis Hotel lobby;
ior mo over ono thousand tourists who
were in that city for several days.
A procession of Shriners headed by
ship's bnnd marched eastward to the
after cabin on Monday afternoon.
There was n largo attendance at the
officer's reception held tho first liltrlit
out from San Francisco when all who
wero not then suffering from mal do
mor had a chnnco to becomo acquainted
with tho management.
Chaplain Gcorgo A. Hough made
somo impressive nnd timely remarks at
cue morning services of tho 11th Inst,
from the toxt, ".Tudgo not that yo bo
not judged," urging the passengers to
maintain nn attitude of broad charity
and kindliness in their dnlly relations
and of respect nnd consideration for
tho people whose countries thoy visited,
for their customs, temples, religious and
sacred objects nnd places. Doctor
Hough's shipboard scrmonettes will
bo published in book form.
What's the matter with tho Cleveland!
She's all right or would be if
sho carried more good American pie.
More than ono pie was passed over
the bakery counter nt the Young's to
satisfy tho great American hunger for
Tho first danco was held on Satur
Christian Science services will be
held Sundays in after social hall.
The flornl gifts to' passengers at San
Francisco mado the skip a bower of
beauty for several davs.
Mr. Gcorgo I. Miller, a prominent
citizen of Pnwtucket, U. I., is among
ho world tourists.
Mr. Harry Wood's genial face was
gain among the first to greet the
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and knowledge of human nature eminently
fit him for the position he holds.
t Air. Morris Ii. Fjschuein of Aberdeen,
South Dakota, is amone the passengers.
Mr." Fischbein is a survivor of tho disaster
to steamship Republic, but is not
deterred from sea travel by that experience.
H, 0. F. van Dusen of N. T, C. is
making the return trip on board Clove-land.
There was n great demand for old
copies at the newspaper offices In San
franciseo by eastward Douna passengers
who desired to rend of tho lato
confessions nnd scandal in labor
Tho official photographer, Oswald
prepared a fine collection of
made on the eastern cruiso.
I These are mounted and may be inspect
ed by persons visiting xne iioveianu,
Ohio-is again well represented on the
Herman Hanson, U. 8. N., of Chicago,
is making the cruise.
There are eight young Scots aboard
and moro old Scotch.
Tho gymnasium is crowded whenever
The German sncaklnir passengers and
some would-be tucb, enjoyed the lecture
'nreer purtv to minister to nnd nlcase bv Dr. Ii. Meekinc nt Goettinzen Tlni
m this the westward cruise. His amiable versity on Hawaii, given in tho dining
smile, quick intuitions and sympathies saloon Monday afternoon.
FIRST STEPS ASHORE. i '
Social Directress Mrs. M. Landon
Reed of Washington, delighted her audience
of Monday evening with a well-
prepared review of Ilawntian nistory,
customs etc. Mrs, Itced is n witty nnd
sympathetic speaker with rare tact and
social gifts eminently fitted, for the
somewhat difficult position sho holds in
tlio social life of the ship.
That Irish Btew.
Shades of old Ireland I Whoever
heard of "Irish stow" with caTaway
Beedf Please' don't do it again.
Has nnybody seen Kelly t He's
Mrs. A. Ii. Nevers of Coeur d'Alene,
Idaho, will assist Mrs. Reed with the
social work and Mrs. Geo. A. Hough
with the pieturo machine used to "illustrate
travel talks and lectures.
The Cleveland has about every good
thinir aboard Includinc Port. Bios-
Isoms, Bone, Bays, Brooks, Meadows,
Bells. Castles. Hunters and Fishers,
Hearts iswcet una umerwiaej, iuiiuuih,
Johns, Peters and Phillips, Judges,
Lords and dungs, .Miners, Miners, -Masons.
Smiths, Carpenters, Wood and
Steele, to say nothing of Brown and
White Longneckers, but no rubbernecks
oven Grass is included, bnt in
tho steward's department.
Cuba Argentina, Scotland, Canada,
Switzerland, Austria and Germany are
represented on board.
Rev. Father T. J. Ryan and A. P.
Tomes of tho Catholic dioccso of Detroit,
Mich, are on board. Mass is said
daily in after social hall.
Several of tho passengers on the
eastern cruise ending at San Francisco
on too first inat. took advantage of tho
opportunity afforded to visit the great
prison at Ban yuenim wnere tne jute
union labor leaders aro confined.
See "Old Hawaii."
Hundreds of Cleveland passongers
and tourists already in the city saw
something of tho old Hawaii at the
last night. The tableaux wero
applauded. The tableaux represented
Queen Koahumanu surrounded by her
court and retainers and dancers. Ono
tableaux represented Kiwalao and
In their youth and another
represented Queen Keopuoiani, tno
queen-mother. All were given with the
object of being exact as to costume details
and Tcvcrenee for the rank and
persons of tho chiefs. Tho musical portion
of the program was rendered by
Captain Bergcr and the orchestra of
the Hawaiian baml, solos being given
by Madame Alapai and Mrs. Chilton,
Miss Kahanamoku, Miss Lilia Pahau
nnd various glee elnbs. The performance
was given under the auspices of tho