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JS 10 K KNINO I1UU.CTIN. HONOI.in.U. T. H. WKDNU9DAV, .U1LV 28, !09 ' ' ,
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We have secured the exclusive Honolulu Agency for the famous F. THOMAS PARISIAN
DYEING WORKS of San Francisco.
We will now undertake to clean the most delicate textile fabrics, ostrich feathers, etc.,
at Coast prices, and will GUARANTEE ALL WORK.
Goods will be called for, sent to San Francisco by the "Alameda" and be back by return
steamer. ' . r
J. Abadie, Proprietor
THE FRENCH LAUNDRY
RECORD FLIGHT OF what Army and Navy
YANKtE MACHINE! fiSiftli
XdlllN'OIOK liiK l In the iiu-m p iif a
RitlicihiR In hiding President Tuft C ilim t mctilbcis.
riid (lii iotinln Oivlllo rlslit mid l.lcul unit 1. tlim, l
S. A , broke
- a n r r u.uji i i i i i II I i TT" ""H
Aeroplane at Fort Meyer, Where Otvillc Wright Has Made a Record
t lie woijd's rcronl today for nuopltino flights with two men
nlioiril, ni.iln tainiriK themselves In (lie air fur an lmur nml twelve mill
litis ami tinvillug nL the into or 11 rt in I U an liunr. This completed
the government's endurance trial
Wj a jF)& IfflDB MA
llstlngulsbcd Narrow Ecape.
It oceanic Known )ericiui), nj
a rot cut New York Wurlil, that tlio
nmcerH imil crow of the United States
battleship Nebraska, now at the
llrooM.ui na )ard. had a narrow
csonpe from being blown iii n week
ago li an cleetilcnl helper who
miioked a cigarette That the war
kIiIii wax not ill striked was due to
tlic iirtlmi of a marine who was do
ing scntl) dnt near a powder mng
nzlno Ten ilnjs ngo thin magazine
wns lilted with 700 tons of ammuni
tion, and a double force of murines
was detailed to guard It, One of
them discovered an electrician's
helper smoking a cigarette within
touching dlstnnco of tons of ammu
nition. The sentry sounded an
alum and rushed at the workman,
clnspliiR his hand ovci the burning
clRnrettc ns he did so, Secral masters-at-arms
answered the cull and
found the sentry struggling with
the electrician. Tho smoker coutd
not realize the enormity of his of
fmse. The sailors who came to the mag
azine In answer to the alarm had
alt thej , could do to get tho work
man aw a from the danger zone. Ho
fought nil the way up the gangway,
i and on the nftordeck ho was ordered
In lions. It was not long before
every man on tumid the Nebiaska
learned of the foolhardy net and of
the narrow cm ape tho) had o fho-
Ing blown to pieces. Many threats
wcic heard, and but for the disci
pline of tho battleship a riot might
hac takm place.
Chat ros wero pieferrod against
the offender, and ho was summarily"
I rilsmlssul, The matter was kept so
tret until )cstcrd), when tho dec-
.Milan's helper tamo to tho nrd
and demanded his pa). It Is said
that soiree) has been conimnuded
until an Investigation Is tnmplctcd.
As tho Ugnroltc Bmoker wns it
Chilian cmplo)e, his dismissal end
ed the matter so far as ho was coli
conccrncd, hut It is said that tho of
ficers of tho Nebraska -are conduct
ing an Investigation to find out who
was lesponslble for letting tho cleC'
trlitnn's helpei got so near tho mug
nzlno with a lighted cigarette.
port service and of the hurbor boat
servlco of tho Quartermaster's Depart
ment when traveling under ordcrB on
public business; and also Invalid sol
diers whin traveling under orders
without troops, on the certificate of a
medical officer showing tho necessity
therefor. Tho enlisted attendants ac
companying soldiers are entitled to ac
commodations equal to those heicin
allowed to Invalid soldiers.
All noncommissioned nfflccrs when
traveling under orders without troops
arc entitled to the accommodations
hcrelnbcforo mentioned, with tho ex
ception of n scat In a parlor car. Tour
ist sleeping cars will be provided for
troops on the basis of thico men to n
section when the Journe) Involves
siendlng a night on the train: but
when the number of troops Is too
small to Justlf) the hiring of tout 1st
sleepers, recond clips transportation
with tourist sleeping-car accommoda
tions on tin) same Inula may be fur
nished. When the number Is less than
three, each man will be furnished with
Whin tin number of officers travel
ing nun troops is too small ro jiisuiy Treasury
target. Two ot these companies, tho
13th and "3d, hud their ""ncllce with
10-Inch rifles, tnd the 69th Comp
had Its practice wim u inch rifles.
The firing took place at ranges 'be
tween 4,000 and 6,000 jards, and tho
target was Moving at the rato of about
sovon miles an 'hour.
The 6th and -4181 Companies at Bat
tery Anderson, 12 Inch mortars, fired
fourteen rounds In slightly over soicn
minutes at a moving target at a raugo
of about 3 000 jnrda, making, seven
hits. This Is at tho rato of one hit
per gun mr minute, and represents
the highest figure of efficiency yet ob
tained by n mortnr battery. A shot
was fired from tho battery every thirty
seconds, so that two projectllos wero
In tho air all the time. Tho time of
flight of the projectiles for the range
of this practice was slightly moro than
thirty seconds. Thcro wero no Inter
ruptlons In the firing and thepractlpt.
very spectacular, ino practice
of all companies was uniformly excel
I The companies were commanded ,by
officers as given below: 73d Company,
Capt. C. M, Seaman, C. A. C: 13th
Company, Capt. P. J. Miller, C. A. C;
C9th Company, Capt. J. Nichols. C. A.
C: 6th and 41st Companies, Capt. II.
J. Hatch, C. A. C.
. To Care for Lapara.
I To provide for such cases as that
of tho leper, John Rarly, who desires
tn an fmm Wttahlnfrtnn tn a Uaw Viflr
I city hosDltal for observation and treat. Inal story that they left Walklkl at the
.. . ... ... nlmAnl nf lriPBnrllAi'a alaraii anrl
mem, secretary Macveagn. of tno i"'"--i muu.. ........ ...
Statement of Waikiki
' Implicates Cummlngs,
And McCandless '
As tho result of a confosslou said to
have been inado by Walklkl, tho joung
man who has boon charged with the
murder of Henry Wethcrlll, a colored
member of the crew of the S. 8. I'le'l
adcs.Tohi Cummlngs and Jim McCand
less were rearrested jcstcrdiy af,tci
noon. Tho statoment of Walklkl Is
full of Inaccuracies, discrepancies 'and
denials so that the police do not bo
llove tho most of It. hut as Cummlngs
and McCandless were preparing to
leave tho city It was deemed advisablo
to gather them In for safe keeping.
In particular, Walklkl Implicates
Cummlngs, who, he states, quarrelled
with Wethcrlll In the lumber janljit
the Oahu Railroad. Ho sas Wether
III reached for a big stone and threw It
at Cummlngs, and the latter seized a
piece of scantling and struck Wethcr
lll over the head. Cummlngs and' Mc
Candless, however, stick to their orlg'
On Display at our Garage
FRANKLIN 'ID" TOURING CAR,
AGENTS FOR THE KISSEL KAR
has nmpnitofl (h Intprstatn
the hire 1 the Quartermasters De- narantlno regulations, to provide that
pirtment of a standard sleeping car ,,, may b acceutetl for trangporta-
for their tccnmniodntlon the) will bo on ,lm,er ,)roper ..upvi,,,,,,, whl.n
furnished with such part of n tourist cn routo l0 a 8eaport for deportation;
sleeping ear. or other suitable sleep- nso for transportation to a designated
Ing car. properly curtalil orf for place for care and treatment with tho
their accommodation, as tho Quarter. ncccsi!arj conBOt 0f the proper health
masters Kepirtmcnt may piovldo for authorities, provided irccatitlona aro
mm iiw iiuiiuk iiiv juniiiv), i enforced on the wav. Homo mnart
doubt having been expressed as to this
former soldier's ailment being true
Icprns), the further developments of
thu case will bo watched with Interest.
II. l'urugrnph 1238, Aimy Itcgulu-
tlons. Is amended to re id ns follows:
123S. All articles of the garrison,
travel, or Klllplno ration duo to a com
pany, baker), or other military organ
ization, a-id not needed for consump
tion, will be retained for rolssuu by
thc commltfbary and will bu paid for
by him us sivlngs, at tho current
llrlces of tho component articles of tho
ration, an 1 not In any instancu -at
It appears that the state of New
Jcncy has been taxing the automo
biles of the Quartermaster's and Ord
nance Departments, notwithstanding
flin fart thmt ttin nnitrla Iidiia fmM
prices nf Mibstltutlve articles tho uso mo nimom0rIal held that thero could the Philippine Bcouts. of which
of tho atter being limited to Issue In be no ,,y tho taleiI whogo ,rcct ,ggreB,to strength Is 6731. and
.,.! . u.m u ..ue reBar.i effect would be to hinder tho exercise
o tho health and comfort of thel,,, thc of p, Tne
troops ,..) so require. No savings War Departmenf.uthorltles have ro
will be allowed to troops on Unl ed fllBtl, t0 p,rUr, Ui , tho ,,,
Sates Army trsports. The mak ng,hal0 ,lcmanded the return of those
"... ."""""' "-.... ... ,.. ,nal a,e b,on,8H thus far under
did not again see him that evening.
crultliig parties at tho general re
cruiting depots and In tho rectuitimt
branch generally, making 8000 Instead
of 7500 with that service. Tht i.lhcr
order establishes tho new branch to
bo known as thn Service schooln de
tachment. It is made up moMly nf
staff noncommissioned officers at
tached to the Army War Collect in
Washington, the Artillery School at
Kort Mcmoe, tho Cavalry and I.ifantiy
and Stiif rrhools at Forts Rile, and
Leavenworth, thc Hospital Corps
schools and tho schools ror bakers and
cooks. In the new detachment thcro
will be 6S0 members. This brings tho
total authorized strength of the Reg'
ular Army up to 79 358, not Including
Army Hospital Corps, of which the
total strength Is 3500.
ASSOCIATED GARAGE, Ltd
Your machine will be mdy for
yon when w ny it will be. We
don't experiment on autoi; we repair
ALEXANDER YOUNG BUILDING.
C. H. BEHN
Gar No. 184 can now
The Mllltla Division of the War De
partment has had published a large
edition ot the little manual of "In
Tho following in dc is Issued b) the
Kcciotury of War will bo lutein sting
to military offlceis stationed here:
Thu following pcisims aio intltled at
public cxpenso to a double hoi lb In
a sleeping car, seat In a parlor car,
ni to thu customary stateroom accom
modations on steameis whero extra
charge Is made for the same: Officers
nf thu Arm) when traveling on dut)
with troops; Army nurBcs, civilian
clorss, slid aKvnts In thu military sor
vlco and lice msed oftlccis of thc tians
XL !Z ';""""rB '"" '!I,.C Z": !f r""-" '-- gov- structlon. and Problem. In Guard Dut)
- - .......uij . crnmcni ih iiowtn.s. wiiiumi ..in.
Is strict!) prohibited.
Throe nf the pun lotteries at I'm t
Monioe1, Vu , completed target prac
tiro at that post last woik, with tho
net result or 17 lilts out of 18 shots.
Tho firing of two of theso gun com
panies was at thp now material target,
30 feet b) 60 feet; ono of,thesu com
panics, tho 73d, inado 100 per cunt,
of hits; tho other the 69th, mado flvo
hits out of six shots. The 13th Com
pany made 100 per cent, of hits, firing
qnato legislation -by Congress, to en
force the decisions of tho court against
The Wright aeroplane successfully
navigated the' air' at Koit M)cr, Va ,
j!) i. in inrcp separate flights of
Ave, eight and nine and ono half min
utes. The aeroplane soared readily
Into tho air, flow at an Average alti
tude offlf) fett und made good speed.
Ai. M. Herrliigi tho New York aero
plane Inventor, failed to comply with
for tho Private Soldier," compiled and
edited b) Capt. Monroe C. Kerth, Std
Inf., and thero will bo a liberal quota
sent to each stato on application by
the National Ouard authorities. It Is
the purpose to provldo enough so that
thcro may bo a distribution to tho en
listed men of the organized militia of
all the States and Territories at tho
uniform price of threo cents a copy.
Troop I, Captain Halght In com
mand, has been on a hike around the
Island, following a general order for
THE WRIGHT BROTHERS.
LATHAM TO TRY AGAIN.
DOVint, Knglnnd, Jut) -7 1 bu motor of Hubert Latham's mil
liiiplano stopped when tho ciift was two miles off shore todi),
mid the airship plungnd Inlo tho ilmum-l waters In thn sight )if thou
Minis of spdliilois. laitluiius lust was hriiken The1 I'lnmh aoio
liauf was i est tied f i nm drowning bj the puniipl iinuoiivoiliig of n tor
pedo boat destrojor and was brought .ishnia sifel) Despite' his expoi
loice lie ilecKues he will icpeut thtCuit to eloss fio niDovir to Calais
1 v & . , f J, . '
nans- at a 30-foot by 60-foot hypothetical i his contract w llh the War Department each ,r0011 t0 mako a prac"b0 mttrch
- , to (le,Ucr an noroplann, nt Kort M both for oxorclso for troopers arid
iBHBHMH " Jul' I- General Allen said that norgc R,11 lo familiarize officers and
nci word has JJoen received from Mr. mc" ?' ' tbo t0PKral)hy ' tho Is
Herring cxceit a letter which reached' latld'
tho Department a week or two ago I
. i very few berths are available for
Changes. Honolulu passengers on the transport
Major Geo. Montgomor), Ordnance Thomas due next week from Manila,
( Department, U. 8. A, has been select. Among those who hope to get away
en o ramtniyid the Krankford Arsenal, MJr roster, Ilfth Cavalry; whu
i uiiHueipmaj to succeed Col. Frank nM rou'' months' loavo of absence.
Major foster may get a recruiting de
tail before his leave Is up.)
RAT and ROACH Paste
t.M thtl Ik. " .). Iwul U m iw M4M)
A n riltunw' ClMtde Put. will kill el til tht rata as. sue. I. a keate Is aetmle sliM
Oookromohes, Water Bugs antf Othmr Vmrmkt
ere also qulokly killed Kaxlr mlif 4 lor uu. Tb onlr fuarantwd eiwnnlnewr.
xour urussnt win reiuau jour nwnvr ii i uwr uu. . .-.
Iii,hii, ie i si ee. t rui r mtim.
aiuaN.' KLceiiie pasta co.. cHicaeo, tu.
F4iaWriTi1fr1ffii; llletlflrkfitfrik. WiiHiMi .n1, iiiii.iiiji.m r
iteatn. reeentlyrotlred. Mninr Mmt.
gomer) basl been on duty In charge
of the division of property account
ablllt) in the office of tho Chief of
Ordnance, from whlrh duty ho has
been iulue-i by Major William 8.
I'iuiio or thu Ordnance Department.
H) 0 O. 1 18 and G. O. 123, recently
Issi.M rinui the War Department, tlu
unlisted stiongth of thn Ami) wIliV
Increased by 1.000 men One of thus..
ndds 500 men for duty with Ann) ie
... -J.. , A&.-AMiflilllln)fi
iave for one month Is granted
capt. ucorgo D. Pond. 20th Infantry
to take effect upon his relief 'from
duty at the Army School of the Uuo.
tJuly 7, W. I).)
Leave for four months, about Aug,
i. isuii. Is granted Major Trod W.
j-vwior, sill ca, Schoflold Hinncky,
H..T. (June 23, D. Col )
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