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THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, HONOLULU, AUGUST 10, 1903.
BABIES AND CHILDREN should be fairlj plamp. They ought to put on fat as fa3t aa they use it rip; for fat i3 fuel, and the burning of it make3 pow er and force. Thin children even along to the age of eighteen or twenty are in danger from consumption, and from other wasting complaints. The chil dren who starve, and the young men and women who are con sumed why, the very idea of it 13 frightful. For such as they there i3 always what the Bible calls a "mighty famine" in the land. Food, though it may be ta ken plentifully, does not nourish them. It makes no fat; it gives no strength. To prevent this, to cure this, to save the young ones at the mother's knees, and the bright boys and girls who are just looking at the world with ambitious eyes, is the purpose of W AM POLE'S PREPARATION. Its success is decided and set tled. Thousands owe to it life nnd health. It is palatable as honey and contains the nutritive and curative properties of Pure Cod Liver Oil, extracted by us from fresh cod livers, combined with the Compound Syrup ol IIypopho3phites and the Extracts of Malt and Wild Cherry. In buildm ted ch troubled Rickets, and bone and blood dis eases, nothing equals it; its ton ic qualities are of the highest or der. A Medical Institution says: "We have used your preparation in treating children for coughs, colds and inflammation ; its ap plication has never failed us in any case, even the most aggra Tated bordering on pneumonia. The children like it, they love the taste of it, it looks good to them, and it builds up their bodies; many little children owe their lives to it." Effective from the first dose. "You cannot be disappointed in it." Sold by chemists here and everywhere. THE LAUNCHING OF THE ERSATZ KAISER AT KIEL. g up pale, puny, emacia Hdren, particularly those with Anemia, Scrofula, ' " ' Ms - : fckvm&k - : r r 1 t a rm w. AikJr" ' i. 1 if- i;,..l J.,,Jlmae. 1 n n-i'-MIi, 1 --mi- -1 BISHOP & CO.. BANKERS; ESTABLISHED JLN" 1858. Banking department. Transact business In all departmaata of banking-. Collections carefully attended to. Exchange bought and sold. Tlie recent launching of the German cruiser "Ersatz Kaiser," at Kiel, was one of the most spectacular events of the gathering of the' vjLiiiinii ill 1 1 in iiri ri 1 1 i triiiMii r.n nifnir vv A v inrNr i ill nc-rsiiii iin wirn in c ciiirA n ininrA miAt n-n . n r -- i - - v 1 1 x " " . ounw aiiu mtiiiu t: Li io iav t duueu suuai; importance td the event. The picture was sent by a special correspondent at Kiel. It was taken at the moment when the officers ( of the German fleet were saluting the Emperor, just before the ship was sent into the water. . S. Grinbaum & Co. 1AMTTXJX in and Commissloa Merchant COJM JLGZNTS TOM Little, Jack Smoking Tobacco Cc and 10c packages Agents for BRITISH AMERICAN ASSURANCB COMPANY, of Toronto. Ontario. DELAWARE INSURANCE CO. t Philadelphia. . Keystone-Elgin WATCHES Durnbls and Accurate THE KEYSTONB WATCH CASE CO PblUdelpbla.U.S.A. AMERICA'S OLDEST I AhO LAnbtST WATCH FACTORY For aml br tho Principal Vatb Iealera la tn Hawaiian Ilan DENTISTS LmJABZZXOTOir BLOCK t r0 a Gfi-4 Cur, for Roptara. LA World m.omncd. 7 itnpruvam'ta. ' K If rit!uM inrt;ff' t cnc. e' 1 -.:i ,.r writ fur b--oLT V-. t " y Oa. . V. ;' Sao rj.ct ml J. V. L. r.lcGuIre OKIST Orders Left at Hawaiian Bazaar, MASONIC BUILDINO iAJakea and Hotel Sts. Phone Main SS7. AN ISLANDER WRITES OF THE SCENIC HILO RAILWAY Qillman House Boquet Clears b CAVER LUNCH ROOMS H. J. KOX.TX. NOTICEv ANT WOMAN OR GIRL NEEDING kel? or advice, la Invited to communi cate, either in person or by letter, wlta XnalgTi Nora M. UnderhKl. matron ol the Salvation Army Woman' Indna trlal Home, Young street, between Ar tesian and McCully tret, maukj Honolulu- Hawaii Shinpo Sha THE PIONEER JAPANESE PRINT !nsr office. The publisher of Hawaii Bhlnw. the only dally Japanese raper published :n the Territory of Hawaii. C SHIOZAWA. Proprietor. T. SOGA. Editor. Editorial and Printing Office 1016 Brnlth St., above KU P. O. Box 07. Telephoo 39lta f Tlie T3 Auprrlos Sunday Time? lia tlio following: The opening of tho Ililo Kailway to Mountain Vioiv, twenty one nnd a half mile nrilcs from Ililo, on the road to the volcano of Kilauea, mark? a new epoch in the development of tho largest of tho Hawaiian Ldands. Few stop to consider that tho Island of TTawaii has an area of 4215 square miles, a.s against 2434 in all the other wren inlands, and in 1001 pnxluc-od 1:4,G1S tons of supir, against 225,420 tons by the rest of the group. The opening of the Olaa sugar mill, with its thousands of tributary acres of cane, and the Puna plantation, will swell the next year's output immensely. The average tourist who comes to "do" the Hawaiian Islands seldom moves off the Island of Oahu. Indeed, manv before coming here think "Honolulu'' is the main island of the Hawaiian group. By this he misses one of the grandest sights of the world. "Within two days' travel of a live volcano, he pases bv on tho other side, to say nothing of the beautiful ride through miles of virgin tropical Jorest, with its wonderful foliage and twenty-foot tree ferns; or of fnow-capied !Mauna Loa and Maunakea in tho distance. Heretofore tho long stage ride from Hilo has deterred many from making this most delightful trip, but this need no longer frighten the most timid, as tho luxurious cars of the Ililo Kailroad take ns to "within, nine miles of the Volcano House, leaving but nine miles of staging. Then from the hotel one goes to the sulphur banks, only a short distance, where the beautiful yellow crystals glisten in tho sun, and the pun gent fumos givo some a foretaste of what they (perliaps) deserve. In tho distance, perhaps throe miles from the hotel, looms the steam from Ivilauea, and we mount for a closer view. Down, down with the sure-footed ponies, and at last wo reach the lava, which looks like a groat sea of molasses candv, which had been pushed and turn ed and twisted and cracked while cooling; rivulets which had boiled up and run again in strange fantastic shapes. Once in a while there is a patch of cinder rock, called by the Hawaiins a-a, while the hard, smooth lava rock is called pnhoehoe. There are many little caves caused by air bubbles in the hot lava, from a few inches" high in the middle to two or three feet, and from two to ten feet wide. "Within a few hundred vards of tho crater wo leave our horses and pick our way gingerly over and around, the cracks, which send forth their hot blasts, to the very edge of tho crumbling rocks, where lundrcds of feet below still seethe the fires tho Almighty kindled so 1 a many years nay, cycles ago. And a grand sight is bet ore us, such as is equaled by nothing else on earth except another volcano ami thousands have been too indolent to go and see it. Hold your stall little way down that crack and sx? how soon it begins to smoke. )rop a string down, and it blazes at once. Over a little wav and von can step down that ladder ten or fifteen feet into the bowels of the earth, where a gentle heat will make von think vou have found the ut ehamlKT of a Turkish bath. Back a way, great quantities of team rl-e frm numWrless cracks, and we find a sort of cave, large enough to walk into eonifortablv, but so hot as to prevent walking very far. Tho top rH-ks are a dull red heat at night, and give rth a char ringing sound when struck with a hammer or stone. "We loil some coffee, and cook some eggs, and eat a meal cooked by fire not made by man. Our guide has brought some lVle lerrios, which grow in profusion in the half-de-omposed. lava on the sides of tho old crater. They are eol and refreshing, tasting somewhat on the style of a cranberry Muffed with watermelon rind. A moonlicht ride back to the hotel and we find solid as well as liquid comfort for the inner man, and that dearly-beloved boon to travelers, a good bed. You may put in as much time as you like at this delightful spot. There are many points of beauty in the neigh l)orhod Kilauea Iki, only a short walk; another crater some eight miles, ami a koa forest, probablv unexcelled in the world. Quite a Timnlxr of summer residenois of Ililo magnates are near bv, and) amusement is not wanting. As wo return we notice the waving of cane, and watch men pnl- linir up great trees by the roots with tho-e werful little donkey engines, preparing the land to plant cane. "We cross the little streams of water in a Y-shaK'd llume, and wateh them dumping loads of cane into it to Ike carried twenty-six miles down to the great Olaa mil, and there made into molasses candy for all the world. Go and .watch the cane fallinir from the tin me on the endless apron to tho crushers. It i the same Cane you saw thrown into the flume twenty-six miles awav, up on the moutain. It comes down just as quick as you en com fort aid v i-t to tho mill. See how that great iron roller chews it up, and squeezes it almost, dry. As soon as it comes from the roller little jets of water are directed on it, which dampen it for the second set of rollers, with their hundred tons of pressure. Again it is dampened, and goes un der a third sot, and' comes out almost dry dry enough to be used, as fuel, and sufficient to make steam for tho whole plant. Xinetv-two x?r cent, of tho sugar is extracted from tho cane, and more could be, but 8 per cent, of sugar is worth more in the waste for fuel. The ashes aro worth $20 per ton for fertilizer and thus, the grea t waste is utilized. Pines, pumps, boilers and tanks in bewildering confusion, fill tho body of the mill, and a thick dark mud drops into the centrifugal and conies out lxdow, clean, sweet sugar, good enough to eat. Again wo board the train, and in a few minutes arc whirled through the beau t if ul forest of Hilo, and wo find comfortable quar ters at tho Hilo Hotel. A ride to Puna should not be overlooked. The warm spring at Kopoko is a bit. of nature, which it has never been my fortune to meet elsewhere. Fifty feet of perpendicular rock rising from the water, topped bv waving ferns and graceful cocoanuts, seamed and creviced, with different fern in every crack, overhung with the grace ful lauhala. The water is twenty feet deep, clear as crystal, and tho eye can hardlv distinguish tho bottom from the reflection. It cannot Ik? done in a photograph. Tho water slightly rises and falls with tho tide. It is about blood heat, and is delightful to bathe in, and. has the property of making the skin of a black man look white as paper while under water. The effect is peculiar, to see one-half of a man'3 hodv black and the other half white. L Green lake is a beautiful bit of tropical scenery, surrounded by oanlits, kukuis, breadfruits and guavas. 1 A! few miles from Puna, on the Pahoa trail, aro those wonderful lava casts, where the lava formed a casing around the tree trunks, and sill remains. C. H. Kluegel, surveyor of tho Hilo Railroad Com pany, lias the cap of a stump, the hole of which is about five inches n diameter. It still contains the cliarcoal of tho original tree, having i)cen hermetically sealed by the hot lava. How old that is, no ouc knows, but it is as perfect as newly-burned charcoal. Parts of the lava bods arc centred wi: 1 imuie- i.e feras. i,d fifty-foct trees, covered with a most luxuriant growth of vari-colored vines. H. It. IIAXXA. o President Loubet, in calling on the Duke of Cambridge, held con verse with a prince who remembers the days of Louis XVIII. and Charles X., knew Louis Philippe and Napoleon III., and has twice seen a republic as the ruling factor in France. Moreover, the Duke of Cambridge fought alongside the French troops in the Crimea and is the only survivor of that campaign who held a brigade command. Napoleon Bonaparte died when the Duke of Cambridge was 2 years old, and the transference of the body of the emperor from St. Helena to the Invalides was undertaken when the duke had completed his majority. Four revolutions in France have occurred during the duke's lifetime. Commercial and Travelers Letters ol Credit Issued on the Bank of California and N. M. Roth-chlld & Sons, London, Correspondent: The Bank of Califor nia. Commercial Banking Co. of Syd ney, Ltd., London. 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