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RVHNINCl HULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H TUKSDAY, Alia. 24, 1909.
BIG REDUCTION SALE
ON MONDAY MORNING. August
23rd, we shall begin a
SPECIAL MILLINERY SALE. All
TRIMMED HATS will be sold at
SWEEPING REDUCTIONS - none
reserved. This is to make room
for our FALL MILLINERY line
now on. the way.
Sale Lasts Only a Few Days
Cor. Fort and Beretania
Special Attention given to
PRINTING and DEVELOPING at
Uses the Big Stick freely Over the
Heads of Members Who Failed
to Stand Fat on his Fct Issues.
MAKE and PACK HAWAIIAN
PRESERVES. Take a case
home or send one to your
friends. Poha, Chutney,
Guava Jelly and Marma
lade, Pineapple Pickle and
Jam, Tamarinds and Papaia
1 S4 Hotel St. Phone 1110
Washington, August 5. Speaker
Cannon nnnminccil (1o appointment of
committees or thq Sixty-first Con
gress today. Thu "Insurgents" ngalnst
tlio Housu rules nro disciplined, and In
a number of Instances ranking mem
bers liavo not been Riven thu cliulr
inniishlp of their committed).
Representatives Fowler of New Jer
sey, Gardiner of Massachusetts and
Cooper of Wisconsin, three of tho
"rules Insurgents." who held chair
manships In thu last session of Con
grcsn, liavo lost their committees.
Representative Vrccland of New York
succeeds Fowler ns head of the Com
mittee on Hanking and Currency, and
Representative Rodcnborg of Illinois
succeeds fiardlner ns chairman of tho
Cotnmtttco on Industrial. Arts mid Kx
liosltlnns. Cooper was replaced by
Hoprcccntatlvo Olmstead of Pennsyl
vania. Representative Davidson of
Wisconsin Is retained as head of tho
Commltteo on Hallways mid Canals.
Theso members participated In tho
fight on the rules at thu beginning of
this session unci thus Incurred tho
Although Representative Wagner of
Pennsylvania was thu ranking mem
ber of thu last committee on Inter
stato nud Foreign Commerce, Reprc
sen I at ho Maun of Illinois, who Ins
been most active on that committee
suocecils to the chairmanship. Repre
sentative Oimlner of New Jersey also
was tho ranking inemWp of his coin-
inttteo (Postofflces ami Potroads),
hut Rcprcacutullvo Weeks of Mnssi-
cliiirctts has received the chairman
ship of that Important committee.
Representative Alexander of New
York succeeds to former I'.cproseiita
tlvo (now Senator) llurtonV position
as head of the commltteo on Rivers
and llnrbnrs. nnd Rrprcuontntlvo Par
ker of Now Jersey Is mudo chairman
of tho Judiciary Commltteo to fill tho
vncancy caused by tho retirement of
Representative Jenkins of WUcongln.
Representative Dwlght of Now York,
tho Republican whip, gets Crumpack-
er's placo on tho Ways and Menns
Representative Kills of Oregon was
appointed to fill tho vncancy on tho
aamo commltteo, caused by tho death
of Representative Cushman of Wash
ington. Important chairmanships retained
by members follow:
Appropriation, Tawnoy of Minnesota.
Military Affairs, Hull of Iowa.
Immigration and Naturalization,
Howell of New Jersey.
trilgatlon, Reedor of Kansas.
Labor, Gardner of New Jersey,
Merchant Marine nnd Fisheries,
Green of Massachusetts.
Public Lands, Mondell of Wyoming.
The Democratic appointments re
mained practically unchanged.
New appointments to membership
of the Important committees Include:
Postofflces and Post Roads Fassett
of New York, Smith of California,
I.owdcn of Illinois, Drury of New
York, Hancr of Idaho nnd Dodds of
Michigan, Republicans, and Cox of
Territories (lurnsey of Maine,
Langham of Pennsylvania and (loodo
of Jjoulslana, Republicans, and Hum
phreys of Mississippi. Conry of Now
York and Drlscoll of .New York, Demo
crats, nnd Delegate Wlckersham of
Tho Speaker also announced the
untiles of Tnwney of Minnesota. Smith
of lown and Rowers of .Mississippi as
members of tho Joint commission to
Investigate tho matter of surety bonds
to Indemnify tho aavcrnment agnliMt
UNTIL PRICE DROPS
Grain King Wilcox Blames Men (or
Not Seeing When They Can
, Oet a Good Price Big Crops
Ignated to take the examination hut
sixty-two reported, nnd of theso fifty
nine took the examination. The suc
cessful candidates who will receive
their commissions In a few days. In
the order of their standing, arc: 1.
Charles D. Barrett, Alexandria, Vn. 2.
Kdmond 11. Morse, Baltimore, Mil. 3.
Robert P. Pierce, Washington, D. C.
i. Robert S. Simons, Charleston, S. C.
6. Oliver Floyd (sergeant, U. S. M.
C). 6. Herald A. Johnson, Washing
ton, D. C. 7. Harry Schmidt, Onnltn,
Neb. 8. George O. DcNeale. Wash
ington. D. C. 9. Albert n. Sutherland ' Portland (Ore.). August . "Far-
(corporal. U, S. M. C). 10. Holland morB ' "' begin to sell wheat un
B. Brumbaugh, Riiarlng Springs. Pa. " ll K''1 6 l r 10 cents lower n
11. Paul J. I.ovorlng. Baltimore. Md. bushel," nald T. B. Wilcox, president
12. Ecarl C. I-on(C San Francisco. Cal. "r ,lu-' '"rtlun.l Flouring Mill Com
ARMY AND NAVY
Army Depots Here.
On account of Increases In tho num
ber of troopH serving In thu Hawaiian
Islands made within the lust year It
has been decided to establish quarter
master and purchasing commissary de
pots In Honolulu. This Is a matter tho
conclusion of ,whlch Is not likely to
bo elded by tho neighboring commer
cial Interests. Tlie War Department
'.uthtirllloa will shortly cstubllsh a
qiiartcrmustcr depot and u commis
sary dcK)t.. Thjs, Indeed, has been
recommended uy the nillliury amnori
ties In San Francisco as a means of
facilitating the acquisition and deliv
ery of supplies to tho Increasing gar
rison in tho Hawaiian Island. Tho es
tablishment of the depots will come
about In the regular wuy by reason of
military necessity and not merely for
tho advantage it would bo to Honolulu
business houses. Army and Navy
The result of tho recent examination
of candidates for appointment ns sec
ond lieutenant In tho United Stnto!
Mntino Corps Is announced this week.
Of the 102 candidates that aero des-
in. Harry L.,Smtth, Concord, N. II.
H. William M. Mcllvaln, Philadel
phia, Pa. 15. Roy D. Lowell, Syra-
ruse. N. Y. in. Belden II. Kennedy,
Nashville. Tenn. 17. Miles II. Timeli
er, Uermantonn, Pa.
Six Months' Pay.
The discrepancy between the Army
Appropriation Act of 1008 and that of
190D, In regard to tho provision fm
the payment of thu six months' addN
tlonal pay to designated Ji.mcllclnrle
of officers nnd men Is ndjustcd In thu
Senato nmendment to tho Urgent De
ficiency bill, reading: "Tho appropri
ation 'for six months' additional pay to
persons designated to receive the same
by officers and enlisted men on active
service who havo died from wounds or
illsensn contracted In Hue of duty,'
contained In tho Act of Mnrch 3. 1009,
Is madu available for payment to bene
llclarles of offlcers nnd enlisted men on
tho actlvo list who dlo from wounds
or dlseaso not tho result of their own
"Do you think you could learn to
love mo?" nsked old Gotrox.
"Oh, I don't know," replied Miss
Younghudd. "How much nro you
willing to spend on my education?"
pany, today. "It Is usitilly tho case
they wait for u drop In prices before
selling their crops. If I had wheat I
would sell It ns soon an posslhlo, be
cause It Is certainly worth more now
tbnn it will bo after a while.
Wlluix, who In known as tho grain
king of the Northwest, and who buys
and sells more wheat than nny other
denier, said tho farmers are busy har
vesting, nnd hiivc evidently paid hut
little attention to the market. Whllo
ii few of (hem nro selling at present
quotations, tho big majority of the
growers aro holding out for higher
prices. Today club wheat Is quoted
nt 93 cents a bushel at Portland. Hut
Wilcox ptedlcts that It will soon bo
selling at considerably under this fig
ure, nnd It Is already dropping a rent
n day nt Liverpool,
1 B. R. House and lot, Alewa.J COO
2 B. R. Honse and Lot, Nan-
ana Valley 800
a. K. Honse and Lot, Auwai-
2 B. R. Honse and Lot, Kara-
3 B. R. House and Lot, St.
Louis School 1,125
etc., etc., etc.
3 B. B, House and Lot, Kapalama 12
P. E. R. Strauch
Waity Bldg. 74 S. King St.
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from the start.
And all people like them after a brief trial;
and, what is more, like the r health results pro
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GRAPE-NUTS arc made of whet, barley,
salt, and yeast, constituting a food containing the
natural nutritive elements of Wheat and Harlcy
thoroughly cooked by scientific baking.
Why-not order a package today? '
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Phone 22 and 92
EXAMINATION ORDER NO. 38.
1. An examination of applicants
will hu held nt thu Naval Station, Haw-all,
Honolulu, T. II., August .11. l'JOD,
or as soon thereafter ns practicable
for the purpose of estubllshtng nn el
igible register of suhlnspcctors (dredg
ing) nt $3.fi0 per diem.
2. Thu examination will bo open to
nil comers who can give evidence of
cxiierloiicci In thu kind of work for
which they seek employment, nud
who nro citizens of thu United States.
Persons now holding positions nt the
ynrd will bo admitted to competition
on the same footing ns other appli
3. Applications will bo addressed
to the "Commandant, Navnt Station,
Hawaii, Honolulu, T. II.," and must be
delivered to him on ,or before Satur
day, August 28, 1909. No application
received lifter that date will be consid
ered. 4. Each applicant will state In his
application his name, age, residence,
citizenship, present occupation, and
previous employment or work done.
B. The applications will bu accom
panied by evidence of citizenship nnd
by certificates, preferable from pre
vious employers, as to churncter,
habits of Industry nnd sobriety, and
skill and experience In work of the
i. A board of examiners will con
vene at the Naval Station, Hawaii, on
tho 31st day of August, 1909, or ns
soon ufter ns practicable.
7. Applicants will bo informed of
the date UKn which they will bo re
quired to report for examination.
8. Thu Commandant will ucknowl
edgu tho receipt of each application,
enclosing a copy of this order, and In
viting attention to paragraph 7.
9. Tho examination will bu practi
cal In character, having rrferenco ex
clusively to tho requirements of the
positions to bo Riled.
10. Tho applicant's antecedents
nnd experience, ns well us tho char
acter of his previous work, will be
duly considered by thu board In mak
ing Its recommendations.
11. Tho iKiard will make sufficient
Inquiry to uncertain that thu nppll-
mils recommended nro lit for tho
'work; lh.it they havo enough eilura
jllon to make tho requited reports, estl-
lumen, nun eaieiiiaiious; inai inoy aiu
of rcpiitablu character nnd or sob-r
nnd Industrious habits, and Unit they
hnvo not Iipoii convicted of crlmo or
1!. At tho closo of tho examination
the board will malm u report, tlimuiih
the Commandant, to tho Serretnry or
tho Navy, knowing the comparnlUo
merit of tho applicants for the vacan
cies nud designating tho names or the
Individuals who. In Its opinion, nro
host qualified for appointment, if tlu
board reports nono or tho candidates
ror tho positions as qualified, a new
examination will bo hold, and vtho posl
tlons will remain open until qualified
candidates aro secured. Tho record
of proceedings of the board, with ap
plications, certificates, uml other
papers of thimo who qualify, will bo
forwarded to tho Department.
Acting Secretary of tho Navy.
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