Hawaiian Fish Laipala.
Hawaiian Fish Kawa
Hawaiian Fishes are bright as the Rainbow.
Hawaiian Fish Nohu.
Odd Shapes and bright Colors are peculiar to Island Fishes.
There are over dtlO varieties of fishes In Hawaiian waters. Of these *
many are remarkable ia form anti bewildering In color. The most brilliant I
colorings, unique patterns and violent contrasts or all imaginable combinations 1 of shades are found in the Island waters. The differences in shsnt and J individuality are as-great as - ^ varict' in the color scheme.
There are constant!) on viev,_~t ,nc Aquarium, from 600 fo 1000 f'sbes is q:- approximately 200 varieties, ¡hose shown in the pictures publV.aed !| herewith are only a few -of the most striking specimens shown in the Motio- ii lulu Aquarium. I|
h ^ „ Tht ekh!~!t 15 unique and beautiful and is visited by about 50,000 persons annually, it is 1
■ tne finest col action ot fishes in the world. i
'ILanttuaye cannot do this subject justice, i.'o v-sirr^ '.an accnraiely portray what one has seen i
r here. 1 he fish are oad in sliapc and have all the hues oi the rainbow. The tints arc laid on as If with i i
I' a brush, and yet no pa.nier could imitate them. No visitor to Honolulu should fall to see the Aduarium’’
The Aquarium was built in 1504 by Mr. and Mrs. Ciuries M. Cooke on land denoted for the put i ii P0S(' by Mr. James B. Castle, and was stocked and is maintained by the Honolulu Rapid Transit Com- 1 s. pany. The plant has cost over g 20,000 and Is being addi t o and Improved, from time to time. It Is open :
■ throughout the week. An admission fee of 25 cents Is charged. All receipts are devoted lo operating
J. emarglng and improving the exhibit. K K ;C
si . _ Tje United States aovernment has published an elaborate report upon the Pishes of Hawaii, written ,1
by Dr. David Starr Jordan, profusely illustrated, true to life. i
PUBLISHED BY JAMES STEINER, THP ISLAND CURIO COMPANY, 0g»t-A...
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