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EJfENINQ BOUJPTIN, HONOLULU, T. H FTUDAY, SEPT. 10, 190!!
Japanese Employment Association,
Nuuanu and Paualil Sts. Call up
phone C97 It you want a cook,
good boy or Bervnnts.
M. Ueda, Japanese Employment Of
flco. Altipul St., neur Ilerctunla.
Otto Osi Carpenter, Jobber and
Contractor. Phone -503. 1420
Victoria St. 4321-im
Duisenberg & Farrar, Architects, 82
C3 Alexander Youog Uulldlng.
Blank books of all sortB, ledgers,
'etc., manufactured by the Bulletin
For Walanae, Walalua, Kahuku and
Way 8tattons 9:1G a. m., 3:20 p. m.
For Pearl City, Kwa Mill and Way
Stations 17:30 a. m.. 9:15 a. "m.,
11:05 a. to., 2:15 p. ra.. 320 p.,m.,
6:15 p. m., $9:30 p. m., 11:00 p. m
For Wahlawa 9:15 a. m. and
6:16 p. m.
Arrive Honolulu from Kahuku,
Walalua and Walanao 8:36 a. m..
..5:31 p. m.
Arrlre In Honolulu from Ewa Mill
and Penrl City 7:46 a. m., 'SiSe
a. m., 10:38 a. in., 1;40 p. mi, 4:31
p m., i5:31 p. in., 7:30 p. m.
Arrive Honolulu from Wahlawa
8:36 a. m. and 5U1 p. to.
t Ex. Sunday.
t Sunday Only.
The Halclwa Limited, a iwo-houi
train (only first-class tickets hon
ored), leaves Honolulu every Sunday
at 8:22 a. m.; returning,, arrives In
Honolulu at 10:10 p. ni. The Limited
stops only at Pearl City and Walanka
0. P. DBNISON. F. C. SMITH. ,
Chas. R. Frazier
tfhone,371. 122 King St.
manufactured from pur distilled wa
tir. Delivered to any part of city by
0M1U (CE AND ELECTRIC CO.,
Kewalo. Telephone 628.
At All Watchdealers.
Agent for Hawaiian Islands.
Cor. FOB! and KING Sts., Horlala.
Delivered to residences
and office at 26o pet
hundred in 10-lb. lots
W. O. BARNHART,
133 Merchant St.
Tel. 146. '
' OF ALL KINDS.
DEALERS m ItTMBOL
ALLEN A ROBINSON,
tueen Street :: :: :: Honolulu.
Ms Phillips & CoT
Wholesale Importers and Jobber
AMERICAN DRY GOODS
FORT and QUtXN 8T8.
Bu .bod. Furniture Hade to Order.
Picture Framing a Specialty.-
063 8. BERETANIA ST.
HONOLULU IRON WORKS
Improved and Modern SUGAR MA
CHINERY of every capacity and de
acriptiori made to order. Boiler wrk
suid RIYITED PIPES for irripttion
purposes a specialty. Partioula.' at
tention paid to JOB WORK, and re
tain executed at shortest notice,
P. H. BURNETTE
Com'r. of Deeds for California nsd
New York: NOTARY PUBLIC;
Grant Marriage Licenses; Draws
Mortgages. Deeds, Bills of Sale,
Leases, Wills, Etc Attorney for the
District'Courts. 70 MERCHANT ST.
HONOLULU; PHONE 310.
Ttntutln Rnnine.- Office Phone 250.
Bulletin Editorial Boom Phone 189
Nathan M. Lewis, Teacher of Piano
mid Organ, 14fi2 Kmlim. 4408-lm
We make a specialty of repairing
ALL makes of typewriters, casii
registers and adding machine.
Our repair department Is the only
fully equipped one In tlio Terri
tory. AH work guaranteed. Ofllco
Supply Co., Lad., Agents for the
lleiulngton Typewriter Co.
Woven Wire Mattresses repaired .at
the Factory Honolulu Wire Bed
Co., 1260 Alapat Bt. Telephone
fee Sins; KeePlumber and Tinsmith,
Bmlth St., bet. Hotel and Pauahl.
Beautiful pieces at very low prices.
Jewelers and Silversmiths.
137 MERCHANT STREET.
First-class residence property, sit
uated at Pawaa on King and Young
streets. Building in nrst-olau or
der and connected with artesian wa
ter. Eleotrio liut and gas. Alio
Kapiolani Park oti and improved
property at Hauola and other 'prop
King Street. Ewa of Fishmarket
DRY GOODS AND FURNISHLWO
GOODS of EVERT DI
SCRIPTION. Teiritorial Board of
Office 403 Stangewald Bldg.
WALL. NICHOLS COMPANY, LTD.
Fort and Merchant Sts.
'The Finest i Bathing onrtbeBeack."
Ileal'-At! All Hour.
WINES, LIQUORS. AND CIGAJJ.
W. C. BEBGIN. Proprietor.
LUNCHES ,and DBIMKI
The most popular
place in town. '
The Fashion Saloon
Hotel Bt. near Fori
Jack Scully. lack Roberts.'
Pau Ka nana
THE ENEMY TO DIRT.
At Your Grocer's.
Wo have lor sale Hack Set Ranges,
size 4 to 9 ft.; Urldge & Beach
"Suporlor Stoves;" Quick Meal
and Perfection oil stoves; Farm
er's Uroliers, Camp and Laundry
stoves. Phone ill: EMMELUTH
& CO.. LTD., 14 5 King St.
' EUREKA" " -w -PERFECTION
ROOF PAINT '
Give it a trial. Guaranteed to prove
good. Write for booklet to P. 0.
THEO, H, TAVD2S & CO., AGENTS,
The Soldier. IT
Col. Henry Wattorson, who is dis
tinguished as a soldier, nn editor,
an orutor and a publicist, says In
Harper's Weekly that "Jho profes
sional soldiers tell .us that a great
armament Is the surest safeguard, of
peace." Possibly It Is because lia?
has wandered from his usual forum
of expression In the Louisville Cour
ler-Jotirnul tlint llrother Watterson
Is betruyed Into this looseness of
statement. What professional sol
diers, on this side of the Atlantic, at
least, contend for Is not n "grcnt
armament," but n training' that will
teach Americans the methods of ef
fective co-operative action for the
public, defense and fit each Indivi
dual man to tako his place In the
general organization. The profes
sional soldier takes small nccount of
numbers without organization be
lieving, with the lato dcnernl Mc
Dowell, that "the wolf enreth not
how many sheep there be." If thero
be room In that well-stocked head,
which now wenrs Its silver crown of
experience, we would advise .Colonel
atte'rson to read Emory Upton's
Military Policy of the United
St'Kcs,", hlch Ellliu Hoot regarded as
si valunble that, when he was BeC'
rt i .ry of War, ho had it .printed at
Uu public expense. It will enable
1 into better appreciate the profes
sional point of view. There Is no
demand among soldiers In this coun
try for great armaments. What they
ask is that Congress, having decided
what our military establishment
must be, should make it as complete
and-, effective as possible, giving to
every rompany.ln the Army its pro-1
per complement of officers nnd fur
nishing each position of defense suf
ficient men to vhandlc the guns pro
vided. With thorough training nnd
completo organization wo should
need but little more thnn we now
have In the way of an Army.
Men .Who Die.
in reply to a letter written by
the Chief Q.M., Dopt. of the East,
to the. Quartermaster Oeneral, re
questing Information whether the
cost of preparing for shipment tho
remains 'of officers and soldiers wlio
die at posts In the United States Is
chargeable to, the appropriation
"Ilrlnglng Home nemalns of Officers,
Soldiers and Civil Employees, Fiscal
year 1010," the Quartermaster Oen
eral replies as follows: "Tho ex
penses of preparing for shipment, ln
eluding tho cost of casket, and also
the cost of transporting the remains
to the decedent's home, are payable
from the appropriation 'Ilrlnglng
Homo Itcmnlns of Officers. Soldiers
nnd Civil Employees, 1910,' provid
ed ithe soldier died In line of duty.
H the soldier died In lino of duty
the remains should be shipped on a
(lovernment bill of lading, providing
thai a request has been mado by re
latives of the deceased to havo the
remains shipped to his home."
Loans to Soldiers.
An officer of the Army calls our
attention to a circular sent by a
firm In Denver, Col., to officers of
tho Army, In which these liberal-
minded money lenders sny: "Ilrlef
ly, our offer Is to lend nn amount
equal to ono month's pay on the se
curity of your note, accompanied by;
your voucner ror the current month
during which your loan ,1s made'
This voucher shall be accompanied
by a lotter to, the chief payamster,
informing him of tho transfer. We
hold tho voucher nnd tho letter un-i
til the last of tho month, giving you
nn opportunity to pay tho loan or,
renew it for another month iby send
Ing another letter and voucher, ,nat
in me nrst. instnnce, upon receipt
of which we will return to you the
oiu letter and voucher then In our
possession. For this servlco wo make
u charge of three percent, per
month." Only thirty-six per cent a
Mav Be Assigned.
So much of (l.O. 157, c.s., W.D.
as prescribes that "a lieutenant col
oncl may be appropriately assigned
to tho command -of any part of a
regiment larger than a battalion or
to the command of a battalion In
the absence of its major," Is a sen
slble return to the old Drill Regula
tions, but an assignment denied by
u decision mado In October, 1907,
In terms as follows: "It wns decid
ed, 26th ult., that, for, obvious mili
tary reasons, a battalion Is not deem
ed an appropriate command for a
lieutenant colonel," In consequence
of this decision, Lieutenant Colonel
lenn, of the 23d Inf., could not by
Is colonel be given the command
of a battalion, tho major of which
was on detached servlco at a re
mote place. In fact, two of the ma
jors of the regiment wcio nbsont
during tho entire Beason, Major Al
laire, unit Major Dentler,
U. S. Grant.
"I remember Ornnt," snys
ct Point, as re -
ported In "The lloyhood nnd Youth
of Oen. U. S. Qrnnjr In September
St. Nicholas, ''nsf n"plaln, common
sense, stralghtforwaul youth; quiet,
calm, thoughtful and unaggressive;
shunning notoriety; quite contented
while others were grumbling; 'taking
to his military, duties In.n very, bdsl
nesslIKe manner; not a prominent
limn In the corps, but respected by
nil, and very popuar with his friends.
Ills nickname of 'Undo Sam' was
given him there, where every good
fellow, lins a nlcknnme, from these
very qunlltlcs; Indeed he was n very
unclellke sort of youth. Ho was then
and nlwnys an excellent horseman,
and his picture rises before me In
an old torn coat, loose rhllng panta
loons wiyi spurs buckled liver them,
going with his clanking snVcr to the
Writing" from Jefferson Harrncks,
Mo., Aug. 12, 1909, a correspondent
snys: "As I have noticed the Inter
est you take whenovor tho 'uniform
of tho Army Is .disgraced, I would
llko ou to publish something about
the following: Tnern is n pubjic
park' In St. Louis, iMo., named Ma
nlon's Park, where they have n
dancing pavilion and don't allow
aoldtera wearing the uniform, be
cause they do. not sell a ticket to a
soldier whenever he applies to buy
It wearing the uniform; a man has
to hnvo civilian clothes It ho wants
Troops of Line.
in me inuies oi me foreign scr
vjee, troops of. tho line, published In
.this pnper Aug. 14, the Adjiitnnt
General's figures Includo time going
from and returning to the United
States. TJils was no doubt done for
wie purpose oi cumpuyug lurcign
service nay. which, under the Act
of '1901, Includes tlmo going to mid
returning from foreign station, In
estimating foreign servlco toward
retirement at thirty years, only time
of "actual 'service In" foreign lands,
os specified 'In A.K. J33 is to bo
counted1 double. , '
Within the past fow.woeks orders
have been. Issued by, the Becrctnry, of
the Navy reducing the rations of In
mates' of naval prisons, forbidding
talking at meals, limiting the privi
lege of smoking to three times a day.
If a prisoner disobeys any regula
tion he can smoke but twite a day,
and for a repented dlsobedlenco ho
has but one smoke a day, and he' can
even losn thnt If he Is bad enouah.
Tho naval prisoner has no very .hap
py lot at best. He has to work' all
the time he Is awake, nnd whllo he
Is nt work he cannot tnlk. At Ports
mouth the prisoners have recently
done n large amount of work In con
nectlon with clearing up new land
nndblastlng n road through a high
hill. There Is plenty of work found
at all the prisons for tho Inmates,
and with no talking, reduced food,
limited smoking. It may come to,
pass that the enlisted man In the
Servlco wilt think twice before ho
Incurs tho privations and discipline
that he must undergo in u naval
prison for u few months.
Tho general staff of the army now
tins under consideration tho Bubstl1
tutlon of the slicker, In place of the
poncho, to all troops, ltcports have
been received from many ofllceis;
commanding troops In the various
arms of the service, and the prefer
ence Is expressed for the slicker us
permitting greater freedom of move
ment as compared with the poncho.
It has been decided to submit to the
Infantry Equipment Hoard, In ses
sion nt Hock Island Arsenal, the
poncho, the slicker and a combina
tion cape and shelter tent Invented
by Lieutenant Charles 11. Mason,
19th Infantry, for examination and
practical test. There has also been
sent to Hock Island the new cam
paign hat, which Is somewhat lowor,
In the crown and stlffor In tho brim
'than tho present hat. Tho new hut,
on account of Its low crown, may
not be creased or "peaked," but vWlll
probably be worn with .four dents In
tho crown, after tho manner of tho
hats worn by the northwestern
Sergt. First Class Herbert ;K.
wetneroy, h. o camp Kelthloy,
Mindanao, to Manila, Division Hos
pital, for observation nnd treatment.
Sergt. Klrst Class Otto Schlmnnn,
II. C, upon thcrecolpt of this order,
will be plured upon tho retired list.
Sorgt. First Clam fleurge Griffith,
II. C recruit depot, Kort McDowoll,
Cnl will bo sent to Kort areble.'R.'
I., to relieve Sergt, Klrst ClaBj Oil
bcrt II. Ooosey, II. C. Scrgt. Goosey
will bo sent to the recruit depot
Kurt McDowell, thenco to Manila, on
transport scheduled to leave San
Kianclsco Oct. 5, 1909, for duty.
Major Gen. J. Kranklln Hell, Chief
of Staff, U. 8. A., sailed fiom Sitka,
Alaska, Aug. 20, and Is expected to
'arrlvo In Port Townsend Aug. 24,
Kor the next month (lencrul Hell
will le 'occupied v.lth a tour of In
tpecilon throughout tho Pacific
Mates nuil the Northwest, arriving
In WaMilngton In the mldfall, bare
ly In 'time to prepare Ills annual re
IKjrt. (leiiernl Hell Is accompanied
on his cxtenslvo nnd very Interest
ing tour by Cafit. Krcil. W Sladen,
secretary to the dcnernl Staff,
I.eac for two months, with per
mission to Islt China nnd Japan, Is
granted I. lent. Col. William A.
Slittnk, 1st Cnv., about Sept. 15,
Leave for one month, nccount of
exceptional circumstances, with per
mits on to visit tlm IT. S.. Is arnnted
Cap, (lodrrey II. Mncdouatd, 1st
Cav., and he Is authorized to lcne
the division about July 15.
First Scrgt. tieorgc E, Hughes,
Troop M, 1st Cnv., upon the receipt
of this order will bo placed upon the
Letters fiom Army ofllrcrs com
mend the new and useful feature
which appeals In tho last number of
Cnptnln Moss's "Army Alterations"
n good llrst rhiss Index of tho cur
rent War Depaitment orders nnd
circulars. This supplies a want that
has long been felt, nnd tho Index will
tend to save time for those who have
much pccnslon to refer to documents
of the department.
THE PURE FOOD
- AND DRUG UW
has not only brought tho foods and
drugs of this country up to n higher
standard of purity, but It has eliminat
ed the harmful mcdlrlnes with which
this country was flooded.
Such medlclncK, however, as Lydla
E. Plnkbam's Vogetablo Compound,
lurely a roots and herbs product, will
continue Its boncflclal, work among
WNG ON CHONG
Mattress and Furniture Makers.
Picture' Frames made to order and
a large variety of, stock on hand.
uetnei St., opp,, Empire Theater.
.LADIES' WOOL SWEATERS
' STLK AND KID GLOVES
BABY RIBBON . ,
SILK LISLE HOSIERY -'
Miss Kate Woodard
1 !l 1141 Fort Street.
Herald Pure Rye nnd
Thos. F. McTighe & Co.,
101105 XING ST.
PHONE 140. P. 0. BOX 7BS.
222 Emma Square.
House Consulting, 2-3 p. m. Sat
urdays excepted. Operating-, 8-12
a. m., 3-6 p. m.
Phone 33. .
CHARLD3 AT THE
Still on deck. See his curios.
M. A. G-unst & Go.
FORT AND KING STREETS.
CONTRACTOR and BUILDER.
Office; Honolulu Fainting Co., 221
Kins; St.; P. 0. Box 911'
Expert work at moderate prices.
Bergstrom Music Co., ttd.
Odd Fellows' Bids.
Received ex Alameda a New Ship
tnent of Latest Stjles in
K. UY EDA,
1028 NUUANU ST.
F. THOMAS DYEING WORKS
The French Laundry, Phone 1491,
NEW BUMMER MILLINERY
MISS POWERS' MILLINERY
Boston Buildintr, Fort St.
-For Biit'fiejrdu at Bulletin.
A mnikcr nnd distributor for laun
dry; good position for right partj.
Apply to Hlchnrd 11. Trent, 91
Kurt St. 4 409-It
Wanted Hoy to run
useful about store,
Co) no l'urnl
A loan of $2,000 on gilt-edged renl
estate security. Address 184G;
An experienced lady hat trimmer.
Address K. Kukuroda, Hotel St.
Clean wiping rags nt the bulletin of
fice. SITUATION WANTED.
Japanese Private Cooking School
Families or hotels supplied with
cooks. C. M. Mntzle, 14C7 Auld
Lane. Phone 1SC4.
Ilctwecn Ilethcl St. nnd Walklkl on
King St. or Knliiknua Ave., black
bag with initial IC, containing
Jewelry. Return to this office
Sultablo reward. 4410-2t
In the Aquarium, Saturday, a white
linen belt, with white Ivory carved
buckle. Reward at Bulletin
NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS.
Notice Is hereby given thnt a new
Directory of Subscribers of the Mil-'
tunl Telephone Co., Ltd., will short
ly be published.
All subscribers desiring any
ohango of name or address are earn
estly requested to leave instructions,
in writing, at the office of the Com
pany, corner of Alakca nnd Mer
chant Sts., on or before Wednesday,
Sept. 10th, 1909, niter which date
no changes Will be made for tho new
MUTUAL TELEPHONE CO.. LTD.
.Honolulu, -.Sept. 1, 1909.
The annual meeting of tho Wat
nlha Hut Land will be held at 10
o'clock a. m. Sept, 30, 1909, at Wal
niha, Hanalel, Kauai.
JAMICS K. LOTAtPrc8ldcnt.
Anyone having unpaid bills
against the Hoard of Commissioners
for Hawaii of the Alaska-Yukon-Pa-rlflc
Kxposltlon, Incurred by their
order, will please present tho name
to tho secretary, Mr. H. P. Wood, nt
tho rooms of thea Hawaii Promotion,
Committee on or before September
10th, 1909. 4406-St
We are in line with the'
best i assortment of
In the market. All makes.
Perfumed and Plain.
Just ask for the kind yon
Lehnhardt's Candies always
Kins; and Fort Sti. '
Union Eleotrio Co.,
Beretania St., near Fort St.
Come and learn particulars at.
TOWNSEND UNDERTAKING CO.
Beretania Si, Opp. Sachs'. t
Desirable mosqulto-proof rooms nnd
board for gentlemen. "Tho Mac
donald" New Iluugnlow, Piinn-
liou Street. 4JS0-tr
I'urnlsbed House If, rooms; nt
Wnlklkl; S30 a month. Apply C.
H. Hoc, Hcictnnln nnd Ulchard.
Large furnished rooms for Indies,
with or without board. Mrs. K. D.
Wlcke, 1243 lleretonla Ave.
furnished rooms. Apply Mra.
McCouuell, 1223 Emma St.
furnished rottnge nnd housekeeping
rooms. Inquire Cottage (Sriive.
A THL'ATIti: l'OH SAM.'. In tho ren
ter of tho city, with comfortably
chairs and completo mo;lng picture
outfit. Will scut over 600 people.
A biugilii. The Kleot will arrlvo.ln
tvso weeks ami this Is nn excellent
opportunity to make a harvest. In
qulro Heal Hstulu exchange, 82 S.
A few first mortgages on real estate;
12 per cent net; money Invested
on Income bearing property; ab
solute security; In sums from
J100 upward. P. K. Strauch. At-torneyut-law,
Watty llldg., 74 S.
King St. 43SC-tt
Kerns Australian nnd other vnrln
tles; also logs, baskets, begonias
nnd stephnotls plants. Kor par
ticulars call on Miss Johnson, Kurt
street, near Vienna llakery
Six H. P. Locomobllo engine, with
fittings for launch; chenp. Kor
particular apply 1CG9 Reach,
Phaeton and harness, $7.'.; In good
condition. Addrcs. C, llullPtln
em i i' i
FOR SALE KALMUKI DISTRICT.
Almost new house. 4 rooms, bath.
lot 60x116-8 feet, improved, a pret
ty home, fine view ocean and city)
near Sixth avenue. Price $1,200.
Another,- and this one is iust what
you are looking ftr. A real bar-
Rain; up-to-date style bungalow, 5
large rooms; both wide verandas;
two lots, 60x232 "feet; large front
lawn planted with hedges, plants,
many kinds' of fruits. Honolulu
can't produce a better for the money
for home or investment. Price
$2,200. Picture at office.
PACIFIC COAST REAL ESTATE CO.
t. a. Munroe. Mrt.
848 Kaohumanu St.
Mr and Mrs. Hashimoto,
Tired Feeling, ;
Ailments f .
178 BERETANIA AVE., neav EMMA
Bath and Electrical Treatment,
' i Boston Bakwi Beans. '
- I Boston Brown Bread.
Leave orders a day ahead.
28 loaves of bread for $1.00.
1129 Fort St. Phone 187. .J j
Levy's for Groceries
YOUNG LADIES WANTED
learn the hairuretiing trade.
Fort and Beretania Sts.
Bicycle "-hop and general repairing
work. Specialty in nickle, silver
and gold plated work.
Kllia, OPP. A1APAI ST. ,
h -f-tiV u: fc-
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