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nVRNMNO tUJLLKTIN', HONOLULU, T. 11. SATURDAY, SRPT. 4, 1909
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New shipment just received by Alameda.
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kinds of iron beds at
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during the next few days
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DR. FREDERIC BELL, PH. D.
Is Without a Peer As a Phrenologist and Physiogomist.
The Doctor will tell you why one person is a failure, while another
succeeds. He will also point out whether you arc best adapted for law
yer, doctor, preacher, teacher, actor, nurse, musician, commerce, the
array, navy, etc. .He will also tell you the studies which 'will most
enhance your boys' and girls' success in the truest and best sense,
without the possibility of a nfistake through the exact science of Phre
nology and Physiognomy.
Complete Chart Terms Moderate.
FREE LECTURE: Sunday afternoon, at 3 o'clock, Hawaiian Ho
tel lanai. Subject: "Where Are H'avcn and Hell Located!"
Classes now forming in the occult and new thought. For full par
ticulars call on Dr. and Mrs. Bell at the Royal Hawaiian Hotel, Suite
40, 42 and 41. Hours 10 to 5 and 7to 0, Sundays only by appoint
mrntj a!so by phone 715 any day.
No two men are just
alike. no two suit
should be just alike.
You want perfect
fitting clothing, don't
Only way is to have
them made for yon.
Oet us to make them
for you, because we
We find it easy to do
No, not when you
Our business suits
made to your" measure
for .Twenty-five Dol
lars are incomparable.
Our evening clothes
Good Roads Convention. Mll on the night of tho Gth with thirty
The guvciniiiK ot tile vnrlous rifles nnd 5,000 rounds of ammunition.
states nnil the ninorH of the prln- Ono officer wounded during firing first
clpnl cltlcR have been Invited to send night. They returned yesterday nt 5
delegates to the second annual Na- p, m, and attacked Davao. Having no
tlonnl Good Roads Convention, to be soldiers tho Americans assembled In
held In Cleveland, O., Sent. 21, 22 convent and wcro fired upon for about
and 23. Incidental to this announce- three hours. One killed and five
ment Is the tntcmcnt that the city others slightly wounded, of whom I am
of New York, which covers 327 one. An officer and 35 soldiers arrived
squnre miles, lias fi,040 miles of from Matl and wo feel more secure,
streets, which, If placed In a straight Am sending to Zamboanga for asRlst-
, line, would reach to San Francisco nnco. Mutineers cry desperate. It
'und halfway back again, nnd that It s not known how many of tho attack-
Is poaiflblo to go over rorly miles In nK pnrty WCro killed,
n straight lino without leaving :ew 6th Cavalry.
York city. It Is proposed to test tho Icavo for ono month nnd fifteen
valuo pf automobiles for military ,ays, to take effect Sept. 1, 1909, Is
despatch service, and Urlg. Gen. granted Capt. Wlllard A. Holbrook, Gth
Leonard Wood has selected M. E. Cavalry,
I'nrrott, of Poughkecpsle, N. V., a 20th Infantry.
member of the N. Y. N. K., nnd nn Tho leavo granted 2d Lieut. Alcxan
enthusiastic nutomoblllst. to carry ,icr y. Chilton, 20th Inf., Is extended
n despatch ncross tho continent to one month.
Major (Ion, John K. Weston, U. S. A., Transfers.
eommnndlng the Department orCa-l Tho following trancfcru nt tho re
lifornla. . quest of the officers concerned nro
Guard Duty. 'ordered: Klrst Lieut. Allen J. Orcer
Who Is responsible for tho stories (captain, acting Judgo ndvocnto), from
appearing In print to tho effect that tho 28th Inf. to tho 71h Inf.; 1st I.lout.
tho marines are anxious to Join tho John It. ICcllcy, from tho 7th Inf. to
Army because they do not think that tho 26th Inf.; 1st I.Ictit. flenjamln V.
they are treated fairly on board ship McClcllan, from tho 2(Sth Inf. to tho
In tho matter of guard duty? The 28th Inf. The officers nnmed will bo
Now York Tribune has something to nsslgncd to companlOh by their respec
say on the' subject which is merely tivo commanders, nnd Lieutenant Mc
n wnrniing ocr of tl'io controversy Clcllnn will Join tho company to which
concerning the use of marines aboard .assigned.
Bhlp, which was so nctivo up to tho Tho following trnncfers at tho re
time Congress leglslnted them bnck uuest of tho officers concerned nta
after they had been removed by oxo-.ordered: Cnpt. Guy O. Pnlmer from
To Invest ieate.
William II. Iflxby, C,
the 30th to tho 18th Infantry. Capt.
Orn E. Hunt from tho 18th to the 30th
Infantry. Tho officers named will bo
V,WI. .111,1111 II, IMAMJ, V.. -., w.l ... , , .. ,
8. A., Is one of tho twelve members assigned to companies by their rospec
II I film rnirlmnnlnl nnmmntiilnra fnnlnlti
of tho National Waterways Comtnls
slun authorised by Congress to In
vestigate the waterways of Europo
In French and Irish Linen
Whitney & Marsh, Ltd.
tlvo regimental commanders. Captain
Palmer will romaln on duty at his
present station pending arrival of his
Geo. A. Martin,
WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 8.
MONDAY, SEPT. G.
KR. W. D. ADAMS PRESENTS
Withers Concert Co.
HERBERT WITHERS. Cello.
IIHE. ELZY, Piimst. CHARLES BENNETT, Baritone.
An uti'isual program.
Orchcstia, $1.00: Dresi C.rMc. $1.00; 1st row upstairs,
$1,C0; lack cf 1st 10 v. 73c; balcony, COc.
feats on sale at Bcrcstrom Music Store.
jB l JF B
a nn :?rivrcBJHi
I Ttf JaP r ?g-iBB
and Canada, ns well as those of the regiment and will then Join company
United Sfntes, for tho purpose of to which ho may bo nsslgncd.
making recommendations for tho Im- "ord Practice.
movement' of tho rivers, harbors nnd "ccor, I'racuco wim ncavy guns aim
! canals of 'this country. They sailed stationary targets for tho vessels of
on Aug. 10 on tho North German "'o auuiiuc noei uiu ou.iu.mi
Llod liner Kronprlnicssin Cecllo on1"'" Grounds began on Aug. 18, In n
n ten wicks' Investigation and. ex- moderate sea. Tho battleships Now
nmlnntlnn of the waterways of Eu- Hampshire and Idaho spent tho day
in iiampion itoaus musing signi an
Justmcnts, and wcro to Join tho fleet
on Aug. 19.
Tho findings In tho court of Inquiry
In tho caso of Civil Engr, A. J. Mcno
cnl, U.S.N., wcro cent tills week from
the ofllco ot tho Judgo Advocato Gen
ernl of tho Navy to tho n.ircau of Navl
gatlon, whero they aro under consld
Tho United States Civil Sorvlco Com
mission announces nn examination
Sept. 29 to fill two or mn'o vacancies
In tho position of electrical assistant
In tho Blgnnl Service at Largo, War
Department, at $1 080 per annum nnd
vacancies rcmilrlrg aimllur qualifica
tions as they occur In any branch of
The commanding officer nt Fort
Ciockctt, Uulveston, Is to be directed
to allow peruana claiming wreckage
washed by 'the recent tidal wuvo on
to the government reservation to rc
lnoe tlie same on lilcntlfjing their
property. A quantity of logs now
lie theie, nnd tho question arose
whether the government should as
sert ownership In them. The gov
ernment will make no charge for
kalvnge sorvlccs, and owners nro ask
ed to lomovo their property within
a reasonable time.
The Quartermaster's Department
li:iu HiIh week Issued ndvertlxcmcnts
(fur bids for'tho following construc
tion work: Tort Yellowstone, guard
house: Purl Snolllng. quartermas
ters' studio, quarters for four offi
cers, addition to Artillery stables:
I'm t Meade, ono double-set officers'
quarters, four Cuvulry stables.
Log of Cruise.
I.lout. Comilr. Lloyd II. Chandler,
who was tho Hag sccrotary of Hear
Admiral Uobloy D. Kvuns on tho
crulso around to the Pacific of tho
llnttlcshlp I-'lect, has written a log
of tho entire cruise, which will bo
printed by tho Nnvy Department In
ttro n mini reports, which will cin
' Inure, much data evolved from tho
! experiences of the cruise.
CORNER FORT AND BERETANIA.
LOST AT SEA
The Pond Dairy,
Rich and Nourishing. Only light
ly compressed. Safe no rubbish to
choke your cow or kill it of pericar
ditis. Good as Bran, but $10,00
Price $25.00 a ton at your deal
Tho Hiram Tllngham has been lost
at ecu and with tho llttlo inlsslnnnty
pchooner perished tho skipper, Hov. A.
C. Walkun. Pew details of the loss of
tho Hiram Dlngham havo boon re
ceived. The llttlo vessel wub built by
the American Hoard of Foreign Mis
etons ut a cost of $7000 and wiu In
tended for work among tho Ollbort Is
lands. In referring to tho report of
tho loss of tho Hiram Illugham tho San
Kinnclsco Call says:
"Tho missionary schooner Hiram
"Medals mean merit
Highest iwnrds Chicago
189.1; Paris 1900; St. Louis
1904; New Orleans 18S5."
MR. LAWRENCE H. KENT, Embalmer and Funeral Director, ar
rived from Oakland, Cal., and he is now employed by M. E.
SUVA. Mr. Kent is an experienced man in this line of
business, and as a prac'ical embalmer has hid 16 years' ex
perience, Mr. I,. H, Kent and Mr. M. E. Silva ore now prepared to
leccive all business entrusted to our care, Mrs. Kent is also a lady un
dertaker and will care for the female cases, which is most needed in
our community. She will arrive here within six weeks' time.
Mjyilya's Undertaking Establishment -
W. C. PEACOCK & CO., ltd..
NOTICE TO MARINERS.
Following nro tho detullu of tho Con
stabulary mutiny in the Philippines re
cently, told In the Manila n.illetln:
Tho (Icivernor Oonerul received a
telegram from Colonel Iloyt ut Zam-1 ninghnm. word of whoso loss was re
boanga udvlslng of tho mutiny of tho reived nt Boston In a cablegram from
Second Company of Constabulary at Sydnoy, was built at Anderson's shln-
Dnvno, Following Is the tcleginm: yrd near Huotors Point and sullod
The Second Company, Davao Constn- ' hero November 10, 1908, on Its
biliary, mutinied nt ten-thirty p. in. maiden voyage. Tho messago convey-
June blxth, wounding Lieutenant Goi- '"B "owb of tho loss of tho vossol uIbo
com In, dovernor Walker collected 'o1'' of "' death of Captain Alfred C.
group Americans took tefiigo church. Wolkup, tho marlnepmlsslonary who
Attacked by Constabulary Juno soven. commanded the gosel ship. Captain
right lasted tlvo p. m. to eight-thirty Walkup suerlntonded, the construe-
n. m. Ono Aniorlcuii. I.lbby. killed: "n ' the vessel nnd when ho Bnllod
SAN DIEOO KNTItANCKCAMI'
Notlco Is heiebv glwii that a blao!
gan bony, marked "38!)" In while tin 1
tliowltiK a fixed wlil'o llg'it du lug
periods of 10 seconds H-pjrited by
eclipses of 10 seconds ilnrit'm was
established August 22 In ii'mcb of Hun
D'lugo llnr Outslda llouy, 3, n Irt oI.iks
ran linuy, I'on'tnfnro in tiklnv tha lic.i
tlnn, ul.kli wmi then dlrciintluiied.
four slightly wounded. Constabulary
Company MntI brought to rescue.
Thirty Constabulary soldiers escaped
mountains with guns. Company Twenty-third
If. S. Infantry sent fiom Zam
boiiiKn this morning,
Tim following telegram giving addi
tional details wiih lecehed by Collect
or of Customs, McCoy, yesterday after
ii'iiiu (ton) Mr, Itoddy who Is the col
U'ptnr nt Znniboii.'ci an.) Is nmi of the
Anicf'eniii wiiii.ided III the fight with
Constabulary compuuy at
f lorn hero took with him his son and
daughter. Tho boy and girl, who, wore
born in tho Gilbert islands, camo home
by way of Australia and nro now In
this country attending college.
i "No details havo been learned of ll.e
loss of tho vessel, which was last re
ported March 25 nt Ocean Island."
Otis deary und wife of Clear Lake
ia'i. were instantly Killed wncn a
Lake Shoie train struck their buggy
rear Montgomery, Mich. Their 3-yenr-
Davao "Id daughter had a wonderful csenno
qruor otjino i-.'Biioaspmt, ,iiiiitlnledLnndvtweiity-lliree went to tho from serious Injury,
NEW LINE of Ladies'
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v Prices, 91.25 up to $5.00
See display in window.
Ii. Alloy, Nuuann, below Hotel
They Have Feet
When school boys wear C, H. Alden's shoes for boys. Made
on proper fitting lasts suitable for growing feet. Style,
strength and fit are given every consideration in these
shoes, and they are of the same grade as our Regal Shoes
for grown-ups.. We handle them exclusively. Full line of
sizes at $3 and $3,50. '
Boys, don't forget to bring your worn out shoes here
to be repaired,
Rfegal Shoe Store
McCandlesi Bldg, Cor. King and Bethel.
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PRICES LOWEST IN THE CITY.
Dining chairs in sets, parlor rockers, rope portieres,
lace curtains, bureaus, dining tables, sideboards, etc,
Honolulu Wire Bed Co.,
Showrooms Corner King and Alakea.