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THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISES, HONOLULU, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1910.
KILAUEA NATIONAL PARK BILL BEING DRAFTED II' FROM $5.00 TO $111.40 Brownies FROM $1.00 TO $12.00 Can You Think of a Better Christmas Gift? Honolulu Pio 8 uopiy Go 'Everything Photographic" Fort, below Hotel. For Sale FINE Suburban Residence in Manoa Valley. Seven Acres of land with new Bungalow, Garage and other necessary buildings. Furniture will be included if desired. Can quote very favorable terms J J J BISHOP TRUST GO,, Limited Bethel Street Proposed Reservation to Include the Active Crater of Mokua-vveoweo. Governor Frear has in preparation the drafting of the bill for the Kilauea National I'ark which will presently be sent on to Washington for presentation to congress for consideration, at this session. The proposed park takes in not only the volcano of Kilauea and about eight other steam pits, but it is aUo proposed to include the crater of Mokuawcowco on the summit of Ma- I una Loa, with a roadway strip connect ing Kilauea park with the Alokuaweo weo section, the shoestring strip to be a lart of the 7ark. ! r. i The Governor stated yesterday that j the national park idea for Kilauea vol- ! cauo and vicinity was taken up active- ly some time ago. He had a talk with j L. A. Thurston as to what features i should be included in the proposed area' meats from Professor Jaggar. the emi ana jir, muftiou was astveu to go to m vdcaiiolog;st who was her. iiawau and nave surveys made and de cide just what should be included. He X ' Pr of K.lue Vol cio. PROPOSED KILAUEA NATIONAL PARK TAKING IN THE VOLCANIC FIRE PIT CF HALEMAUMAU. ACTIVE ! j did so and took with him .Surveyor ! Cook, whom United States District j j Judge .Robertson allowed oil' from fed-: era! .jury duty because no other man was available for this important work. ' Mr. Thurston was accompanied on his ' I investigating tour by Surveyor Cook and William Shspman of Kilo. At the j Volcano House they found V. Al. Git I fard of Honolulu and he offered soma j I valuable suggestions. When the Governor was on Hawaii recently he discussed the matter with Mr. Thurston, as the latter has taken a deep, personal interest in the proposi tion. He has undertaken to prepare a lot of material to present to congress : in support of the bill. So far he has j twenty-seven different subjects to work up. " j Mokuaweoweo Observatory. j Mr. Thurston will also procure state- i nt'Dt voicaiioiogisT who was nere a vear or more ago in the interest of estab lishing a volcanologv observation sta- Save Money Try us once for cleaning your eiloins. Portieres. Runs And we are experts in renovating all kinds tf clothing. ALL WORK GUARANTEED. U. TOGAWA Fort Street opposite Convent. Phone 3028 tion near the crater of Kilauea. under ; the auspices of the Massachusetts In ; stifnte of Technology. Professor Jag ju'ar alo is of the opinion there should t be an observatory or branch station at Mokuaweoweo on the summit of Ma una Loa. t!;e idea being to include j this portion with the rest of the park. , The Kilauea section, is to include not j only Kilaufi but several pit craters i running out- toward Puna, a portion of I the koa forest and the famous treemold ! section. Then there is a pocket of land i with some very rare trees know as ae ! trees, containing about ninety-seven I acres. j The Governor estimates the area for I the proposed park to be about eight i miles long bv three or four miles wide. Professor Jaggar's Plans. As to the projected observatory Gov ern. -r Frear says he has heard nothing iic. concern) ug its establishment there, except i J-at there are several cases of instruments h. re which were forwarded by l'r.-j. s-or Jaguar some time ago. It is run ore.1 that the professor is coining out h. re again. The observatory mat ter was going ahead actively and then s- emt i to drop, and now is again re- . vived. There was some difiicultv in Ma-saclmset's about diverting funds' for the technology institute to the Ki- . buiea observatory, but the objections have b. en ov: reo.iie. it has also been: proposed to carry on the observatory j proposition with College of Hawaii 1 t'und under the federal appropriations, j Governor Frear took up this phase of i the situation while he was in Washing- J ton, but there wa.-5 apparently no provi- ! sion ii. tiiC law under which this could be done. j The bill will shortlv be sent on to j Washington. The maps were received i from Hi:o Weunesday morning by the Governor. I HOT II "JOT," BIT II "JOYOUS" IE it Supervisors Make a Farewell Inspection of Oahu's Fine Roads. I joke to remark that thev inspected j with appreciative eyes and then j From Wahiawa the route led through i Wnimea and Kahuhu. thence to Laie, i past Kahnna and along the highway to ! Jleeia and Kaneohe, a:;d so to the Pali j and home. j And did they inspect? Well, ask 'Jim" Cjuinn. Anyway, it was a fine i ride. WILL CLEAN UP 1 cogo Commerce, that live weekly pub lished by the Chicago Association of Commerce, gives a full page to our cail for a Paii-1'aeifie Travel Congress to be hel l at Honolulu February 2. 1!11. commenting most favorably upon the plan. j A letter from the department of com-j ir.erce and labor acknowledges the re-j ceipt of a copy of the call and states j that due publicity will be given to the; matter in the Iailv Consular and Trade! ment which THE PUNCHBOWL' KiTm hv the -I'Mt ' has a worldwide circulation. 1911 Convention. If You are looking for something suitable for a gentleman, you can do no better than to look over our large and varied stock of Scarf Pins They are perfect beauties just out from the Eastern factories. They are at a comparatively small cost. The outgoing board of supervisors took a consolation prize ride yesterday and were as happy as so many boys on t iaiiv una as proua or tne line roans i the two swift automobiles traveled over; as though they had a collective mort- j gage on every mile. The truth is that; to a malihini the main roads on this1 Island of Oahu are properly pride com peiiers to those who are responsible !' ; the condition in wi ich thev are at this, time, with still brighter outlooks wie-a ' the work in progress is completed. The party which started yesterday from the city hall to make the tiuai inspection of the road work in the vill ous districts consisted of Supervisor .,)uinn. Ahia, Logan. Cox. Kane an-! lAviett. assisted bv !. 11. (lore, ciiv : igiiieer, and City Clerk Kalauokala: I And thev are experts when it eom.es examining roads while speeding aUo at a ha-iie rate of sped. ne big an piloted bv liief F.ngineer pa 1 1. fContinued from Page One.) i-ts finding tiiat a bungalow to rent, tarnished or unfurnished, is now a rarity. If was stated to the committee that with the present inilux of visitors Honolulu now presents the unusual con- , union or Having no houses which can be rented. It was stared that the pro- will have their support uiouoii commritee is aeiuge.i witii re quests lor information as to where houses can be obtained. What is wanted is a bungalow- true. Letters . ';nnue to come in from leading ra'lway men throughout the United States and Canada, assuring the committee that the plan for holding the H'H convention of the American Pas senger Agents Association at Honolulu ( (CI- in it an mat small, built with rd with the cii- oo jarge, nor too lea to be in ncci - conditions. Take Down the Fences. pio!noi;o.u committee pu d on against l.;e !i.ols ot tie cos are i but the dis;; oa rr;c: t : oi.ist i ice put ITseil as lavoiing a campaign : m-es lH ;iie residence sec city. it was stated that eiug taken away gradually, pp'-aranco of the uusigh'iv '-os is ;, I,,,) slow. The j.romo cau see no good reason whv li. en ia I along i.eiiinii ju.-t .h:-t. which might ed the examiners. The route led o Moanalua road, fh which was foil. .we hiawa district, w mad.' to the -a-In Mrs. Crown aiol h '.Inn ! out c f r ..; herw is,- have- b;',:i.l- U King ro t to the clice TO he liwa ro.id. 1 through to the Wa ke re a side trip was m.'.I presided over by :t sixty-tuie Ja;.ace-.'. Vocated 1 Imnahoii strc example of wi doe- not. be ha1- e no fence of one expo-es J, A, Pi. Vieira & Go. Jewelers 7 113 HOTEL STREET REPAIRS replaced quick and twelve K-Mvan and one Hawaiian bunched as scholars turn out prize for their ages, while their parents in the pineapple livid nearby. Holds- 'Em Up. Mrs. Brown, in the most tearless wno. copy, work d up til. WI the citv nci v.sors an First she inij,rised ilerful abilities of ht ed a lot of th.-m bv buttressed the inspectors them what she wanted for ma n-uper- noard ot 1 county officials, m with the won scholars and call- iianu vv I'D dulv fheii she told tne setiOol, s though she ifter that the an'os, opene.l and it looks very much was g.'ig to get it, but supervisors boarded their up the full-speed clutch and in a whir! of red dust disappeared from Wahiawa. So far. over the roads t raver-ed. there was migh'y little criticism to be made. The greater part of the main road is macadamized, and at the lock -crushing plant and through the big guVh work is progressing in a systematic manner, without anv danger of the workman becoming exhausted. The cop-t rre-t ion is goo-i a tot provisions are maoe , p tect tne eni-es s!jo'u..i remain siaimiii;', particu :ir;y wi., n tiiey can Le replaced by low ledges, but even hedge- are no; ad- he commit ; ee. ree! w.a s inentione as one it ioo:;s weii and wdiat 1 rie.r i-'rea r "s premises in front and the lack a beautiful expanse of iawn. On the same -tree' are fences whi.-h hole from view many beautiful premises, and some, in addition, are veritable eye-, ires. The hope was expressed that the un sightly board fence on the Punahou side of the I'ieasrmton Hotel would bo taken down, as the fences of all prem- i-e- aiove nave neon taken awav. n Datum exprfsel the opinion promotion committee should of its energies toward the campaign, and the committee wiii endeavor to find a way to induce proper? v holder to remove them. Atlantic City Exhibit. The committee authorized the clos ing mi, of the Atlantic Cifv exhibit by the promotion expires in Feb- probablv be o-to Distribution of Posters. Our distributing agent for the Pacific t. .1. Walter Scott, writes, under !..to of 1 lecetaber ii: "1 will make the best possible dis tribution of the posters and half cards; . iv .-! I i-i ng the b'll 1'ioial Parade audi wiii see tip- box wagon doe- San j Francisco thoroughly during holiday! Februarv. , veral yeai. your folder 1 ,' hard work I t oward Ha- j 1 w it ii con- j ue-tion the! the promo- :t, a.-o tiie hrsf wee 1 In looking back n I first took charge :i;.u;ion. i remember v;.s to get travel sta!" i. e.-pecia!iv co;i': ons now. X'i one ca !oi:d results secured i committee work.' ' in Beeswax and Honey. j he lol:ow-i 1 interest;! part ment t j D. C; lib.-rtvl ap'.arie ot dec! c i. a mg will 1 e to thank and labor. Washington adds ess. and take the d, to write V''ii in eonnection . i.. (-su ax and iioi ey. ' I make a specialty of honey and desire to form able connection with a re u ith Hawaii- j beeswax and! a good reli-j sponsible Mr. that the devote -onn i n 1 11 etice being niaintained committee. The lease niary. The exhibit will si'in on to tne ioston missionaiv exj sit ion to be held imxt spring, 'and -i. c!i Hawaii will be inter. Carnival a leading con- Poster -:)..:!; 1" Stickers. has on hand t , a rude and ca ' ngd and -mail le i .1 or tn finished road from damage by j. nea vv The The politi. are . thev rants as much .". iHitry will permit sut'crvisors may la ns 1 n f ac t , t he; it thev know a ide over one. Sugar-Coated t-.s in the Waia1 I' at be QUICK Broken leases accurate worn. Special lenses ground to order. Broken frames repaired promptly. A. N. Sanford Optician. Boston Euilding - - - Fort Street Over May & Co. 1 e fiis-t a r- Thl 't to wh ,1 ! r , . i Road. ;n distri w :i s ue of -xpert T t!','V - a t ud eacn e t is ex; iel's. Tl an Frnt ! adv. : Tile ll-i'S tter ecfe, g' ' illg ommitt i'l'iVl' s io a i ': vvil Ha-1 waiian concern, and will thank you for. ar.v information vou can give me in the; matter. j "At the present time. I aiu ore par ticularly interested in beeswax and be lieve I can handie a considerable quan-j tity of it. 'if v.'ii wiii favtT me with the ad-1 . . e 1 : 1 d,e.sses ot parties in tins une oi ousi-ne-s. 1 certaiulv will apjireciute it. (Signed) ''!. STEKXC.KAFE. tiO New street. New Tork. N. Y." We rejdied to this letter by the Sierra giving the desired information. Would Raise Poulrty. We are in receipt of the following j i .. ... . ..t-l, V t.'ie.-. "ii? l.,'-; 'tiilding. Seattle. Washington, which we b-.e answ.-red to the best of our I would be pleased to nave on regarding the opportunity scioutllic poultrv culture near your it being my intention to e-tablih h with about lo.iion iowis. now getting into tile t,t : . i I - y ;forni a ran If It's Correct Mclnerny Has It SILK HALF-HOSE Beautiful colorings in the Accordcon Weave New in Honolulu, New York and London. We. have mamy pretty shade combinations. The goods are of excellent quality. M. Mclnerny, Ltd. Fort and Merchant Streets. Christmas Suggestions We beg to call attention to the assortment of ELEGANT GOODS suitable and appropriate for Christmas Gifts to friends here and abroad. You will find the PRICES RIGHT. SILK KIMONOS, all grades; DRESS WAIST PATTERNS, SATCHELS, BRASS, LACQUER AND CHINA WARE, HAND-. PAINTED KAKEMONO, STATIONERY. Articles for Mistress and Maid Inexpensive Hatpins, Christmas Cards, Card Cases, Doylies, Scarfs. ART GOODS FROM JAPAN ALL GOODS ABSOLUTELY NEW Japanese Bazar Fort Street Near Convent PERFUMES FREE FROM ALCOHOL Just the Pure Essence of California Flowers. Ask for REIGER'S CHRISTMAS CANDIES FOSTER AND OREAR Makers of the World's Best Sweets CHOCOLATES UNEQUALED in fancy boxes for Christmas Honolulu Drug Go., Ltd. Odd Fellows' Building. i. I V 1 II . Wi tie. v are !al nia! have e : 1- g It lo arils j the e! rd will agert j.o-t-; e- daily ot the, ill ot which we id of the mouth. j be sent to every j throughout the: as far east as! SERIOUS TETANUS i Billboard Nuisnnce. CASE IS REPORTED . 1 s ;i when Ah l.e i fin- eadai :'. a ainose j i k i i to the i police ambu-j an w-.as sutler- 1 Pe ll i, -. ordered Ma-kall. j i'Ed::ion. ! re-'.over ! Secretary's Weekly Letter. ! .1 T in Honolulu.; i ;en. tne germ i '.o-.vt. about 'irhe 1 on the ORDER YOUR n U We will have the best there is in the Islands for those who want their birds alive. Those from California will be up to the standard. The Metropolitan Meat Market HEILBRON AND LOUIS, PROPS. Telephone 1814