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EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU, f. H . WEDNESDAY, SEPT. WWy
Japanese Employment Association,
Nuuanu and 1'uualil Sts. Call up
phone 697 It you want a cook,
good boy or servants,
M. Ueda, Japanese Employment Of-,
flee. Alapal St., mar lleretnnla. '.
Nathan M. Lewis, Teacher of Piano
and Organ. 1402 Kmma. 4403-lm
mar bulletin aus pay -sj
For Walanae, Walalua, Kahuku and
.Way Stations 9: 15 a. m , 3:20 p. m.
For Pearl City, Ewa Mill and Way
Etatlons 17:30 a. m, 9:16 a. m,
11:05 a. m, '2:15 p. m. 320 p. m.,
5:15 p. m, (9:30 p. m, fll:00 p. m.
For Wahlawa :1B a. m. and
lilS p. m.
Arrlv Honolulu from Kanaka,
IWalslua and Walanae 8:36 a. m..
t,6:31 p. m.
Arrlre In Honolulu from Ewa Mill
-mt Pearl City (7:46 a. m, 8:S6
a. m, 10:38 a. m, l:4Q p. m, 4:31
p m, 6:31 p. m, 7:30 p. m.
Arrlre Honolulu from Wahlawa
t:36 a. m. and 5:11 p. m.
t Ex. Sunday.
t Sunday Only.
The Halelwa Limited, a two-hour
train (only first-class ticket! hon
ored), leaves Honolulu every Sunday
at 8:22 a. m.; returning, arrives In
Honolulu at 10:10 p m. The Limited
stops only at Pearl City and Walanae
0. P. DKN180N. F. O. OMITH.
Pau Ka Hana
THE ENEMY TO DIET.
At Your Grocer's.
Chas. R. Frasrier
tfhone 371. 122 Xing ft
manufactured from pur distilled wa
ter. Delivered to any part of olty by
OAHU ICE AM ELECTIIC CO.,
Kewato. ' flphon 624.
At All Watchdealers.
Agent for Hawaiian Islands.
Cor. FOET and KINO Sts HosolaU.
Delivered to residences
and offices at 25o per
hundred in 10-lb. lots
W. O. BARNHART,
133 Merchant St
OF ALL KINDS.
DKALEBS IN LUMBU,
ALLEN ft ROBDWOM.
M. Phillips & Co.
Wholesale Importer and Jobber
AMERICAN DRY OOOD.
FORT and QUEEN ST.
Bamboo Furniture Made to Oris,
tutor Framing a Specialty.
063 S. BEBETANIA II.
HONOLULU IRON WORKS
Improved and Modem SUGAR MA
,CHINEBY of every capacity and de
scription made to order. Boiler wrk
aajfl BITTTED PIPES for irrigation
purposes-a specialty. Particnlw at
edition paid to JOB W0BK, and re
pairs executed at shortest notioe.
P. H. BUBNETTE
Com'r. of Deeds for California tod
York; NOTARY PUBLIC;
Marriage Licenses; Draws
tirsges, Deeds, Bills of Sale,
Lea ies, Wills. Etc. Attorney for the
Dist rict Courts. 79 MERCHANT BT.
HONOLULU; PHONE 310. v "
BULLETIN AD8 PAY '
Woven Win Mattresses repaired at
the Factory Honolulu Wit Btd
Co., 12C0 Alapal St. Ttlephon
Duisenberg & Farm, Architects. 62-
uj Aiexanaer loung; uuuaios.
, Yee Sing lee-Plumber and Tinsmith,
I 8mlth St., bet. Hotel and Pauahl.
Is the kind that will resist wear.
The patterns arc beautiful in every
respect, and the prices an within
reach of everyone.
fc Co., "
Jewelers and Silversmiths.
115 Hotel St.
137 MERCHANT STBEET.
First-class residence nronertv. sit.
nated at Pawaa on Kins; and Young
streets. Building in first-class or
der and connected with artesian wa
ter. Electrio li'ht and ns. Also
Kapiolani Park lots and improved
property at itaujia ana other prop
Co. Young Bid
King Street, Ewa of Fitnnutkat,
DBY GOODS AHB FUBNttBINa
Q00D3 of EVEBY DI-
Teiritorial Board of
Office 403 Stangewald Bldg.
New Picture Hats
They're simply swell at
Second Floor Boston Bldg.
'The Finest Bathing on the Beath."
Heals At AU Hour.
WINES, LMU0BS. AND CIGAli.
LUNOHEB and D1IIII
The most popular
place in town.
The Fashion Saloon
Hotel Bt, near Fori
lack Scully. Java Robert
We hare for sale Oack Set Ranges,
size 4 to 9 ft.; Bridge & Beach
"Superior Stoves;" Quick Meal
arid Perfection oil stoves; Farm
ei's Broilers, Camp and Laundry
Stoves. Phone 211. EMMBLTJTH
ft CO.. LTD., 145 King St;
Roses, Carnations and other Cat
MRS. E. M. TAYLOR
The Honolulu Florist.
Young Building. Tel. 330,
185 editor!!! room 250 bus!
hess office. Thee sfe th telephone
pumbtr of th' pllitln office.
I What Army and Navy
. . . v. . . .?2l.
Fate of the Deserter. I
Young men or the Army mat may
have n desire to desert when tld1
pressed by homesickness or other
cause should study the fate of Llod
Durr, son ot Edward Durr, ot Win-
Chester, Ind. The youth, nt the age
of seventeen, n tear ago left his
home and enlisted In the Coast Ar
tillery ot the Kegular Army. He was
large for his age and would pass for
twent-bne. After enlistment he
wns sent to San Francisco. He had
never been much away from his fam
ily and was particularly attached to
a brother, aged fourteen, and It was
not long before he fell a prey to
homesickness. He then did the fool
ish thing of deserting last March!
Afraid to go home, afraid to com
municate wth his family, he be'
tame what ho thought ah outcast.
He wandered from plnce to place. At
last he found himself at Qlrnrd, O.
There his dead bod)' was found lying
by the railway tracks n few days
ago. It Is supposed ho was Kiuen
while trying to hoard a train, un
der an assumed name he had manag
ed to get word to his father, who
hod ureed him to go to a recruiting
office nnd give himself Up. but the
bov felt too keenly the shame his
dWrtlon had put upon him to take
th' way out of his trouble and face
IN e who had known him. It vVds
only by the merest accident, that his
bddy was identified nnd saved from
llio potter's field. There Is a les
son In this outh's experience for
eVery soldier vtho Is tempted to es
cape the duties he has sworn to per
form. However hard the may be,
and however lonesome n joutig man
may deem his lot In field or post,
his condition Is nothing compared
with his lot If once he steps outsldo
of his oath and becomes a deserter.
There Is overy opportunity In the
Army for the ambltloUs man to bet
ter himself, nnd promotion to a com
missioned rank Is nlwavs open to
him. by means of hard study and
close application. Social entertain
ments and athletic contests furnish
means ilf relaxation and diversion
which the enlisted man, who hds not
a tondJncy to moroseness, can avail
himself ot to make life pleasant and
Varied. There Is alwag the possi
bility before a coirimdtid of being as
signed to foreign duty, which means
travel and change of scehe. Every
oung man ought to remember this,
that the man who cries quits So ear
ly In life In tho Army will amount
to little in civil life later.
Practice Camps for Boys.
Sidney Held devotes tho thirty
third article In his Berles on "Old
Brooklyn nnd New," In the New
York World, to the subject of Fort
Hamilton. In It he Includes a letter
from Oen. George W. Wlngate, com
mending Mr. Reld's Idea ot esiab;
llshlng a camp on Governors Island
for the training of the high school
boys ot New York In rifle shooting
and military drill. "If they had a
range on Governors Island," says
Qenerul Wlngate, "I would endeavor
to ubo for practice by the boys, and
could undoubtedly get permission. 1
understood from General Wood that
such a range would bo erected when
the Improvements are completed. But
at present there Is nothing bf teh
kind near New York city, now that
Creedmoor has been closed." "In
New York state," adds Mr. Reld, "wo
should have fifty of these summer
camps for turning boys Into men,
and In the United States a thousand
of them, it would tftko the llstles
ness out of the boys, teach them hdw
to stand, to march to take care of
themselves In camp, to endure fatl -
Kodak Films and Supplies
l 4 "Everything
v t n . Ppiis. i
Kile, hardship, pain, without com
plaint, ilt would teach them to ion
front danger lth equanimity to be
ready to defend their country and to
expel a foe. It would give us about
3,000,000 young men thoroughly
grounded In military rudiments, all
ready to do their part In the great
est war that the world has ever seen.
For that Is the war that may soon
be here. We need those ' summer
camps to train our hojs, so that If
they are required as soldiers they
will become good soldiers In the
briefest possible lime. Training won't
make them quarrelsome. Strength
does not mean ferocity. Uncle Sam's
a gchtltimau, When he Is strong It
Is good for the whole world. We'll
get those camps, tod. General Win
gate has thb confidence dud backing
of military men and the a. A. 11. He
has a g'ood cause and Is one of the
most persistent riion In the"country."
Mr. Held Indulges In sofne excellent
sacarsm at the expense of the "Per
petual Peace Persons." who, he sa)s,
"cost us about 100,000 lives during
the CIVI1 War by preventing prcpar
atlons for what lear-slght4d men
perceived wns Inevitable."
Value of Gas.
wmie experiment and investiga
tion are being continued by the Ndvy
Bureau of Bteam Engineering to de
termine the value of gas for propul
sive power In battleships, there Is
little uresent nrosnect that this form
o( power will be practically employ
ed for a long time to come. An ex
amination has recently been made
for the Bureau by Commander White
nnd Lieutenant Commander Itobln-
sdn ot gas producers In Indiana and
Wlscosln, to ascertain how systems
there In use might be applied to pro
pulsion In ships. No report has yet
been made, but from unofficial state
jncnts that have been made to officers
Id the Bureau It appears that little
has vet been docldp'ed In the lino
ot gas power that can be utilised by
the Navy. There Is some ground for
hone, however, that soma dav eas
may be employed to drive turbines
that will propel a ship of war. It
hns be'eh so extensively and profit
ably applied to every sdrt of commer
cial condition arid use that It would
seem likely that some new device
might Boon lie forthcoming that
would clear the way tor what Is de
sired. - - -- -
Escanine from Submarine.
lb speaking bf the recent feat of
Lieut. Kenneth Whiting. U. S. N.. In
alloWing himself to be shot through
the torpedo tube of n submarine boat.
Mr. Lawrence Y. 8pear, preeldentiind
general manuger of the Electric Boat
Company: T. 8. Bailey, the chief en
glneer, nnd hCpt. It. T. Cable, who
has charge of the trial trips ot the
submarines, all agree, according to
the New York Sun, that Llctitenat
Whiting's adventure Is ot no value
for future emrgenclcs. Mr. Spear is
quoted as follows:
"We have methods by which men
can escape from our submarines, and
they can always be used without dan
ger. Down from the top of every
submarine that wo build descend at
least 'three portholes. These extend
Into the large rooms on the deck ot
the submarine, nnd the rooms ore
separated ty bulkheads.
"Wo may su'ppoho that the water
Is rising rapidly In the hull of the
hubmarlne and that It begins to creep
up to the ben, who are as near tho
top as'they'can get. They promptly
stand up and group thenisclvcs
around the different portholes In thb
roor. When they aro In a stunillnit
1 position their heads will come nbovO
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We sell Kodaks and Cameras
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from $i upward
Photo Supply Go
the bottom of the ports. Now the
rtater rising In a submarine rises
exact!) ns water rites In an upturn
ed tumbler when )ou force It below
the surface of the water. We have
determined by experiments that the
water Iwll rise Id the leel of the
portholes arid no' farther.
Leave of Absence.
An effort has been made recently
to secure a modification of paragraph
(4, A. It., so as to grant student off1,
cers nt the Coast Artillery School
leave of absence from tho statlohi
from Friday to Monday without hav
ing the time thus taken charged to
their annual lene. The Judgu Ad
vocate General, to whom the ques
tion wns referred, after a thorough
review of similar efforts In behalf of
the student officers at Fort Leav
enworth and bt tho cadets at West
Point, takes the ground that nuch
absence without leave must be hell
to be Illegal.
A Run on the nrltlsh battleship
having missed lire, the bluejackets,
In order to catch up on the salute,
neglected to Hjonge tho giin before
firing another chnrge, and as a re
sult one man was killed. Col. W.
Hope, It. N., offers a suggestion that
all such "accidents" inny be avoided
by ordering that salutes shall never
bo fired with loose bags of powder.
bdt only with metal cartridge cases.
That will cost a few shillings, but It
will save gallant sailors' lives.
Frmily Quarters. .
After all the discussion, the be
never In flats have won out. Plan
have been made In the 3. M. D. tor
qdart'ers nt arm) posts lo accommo
date four families, the 'apartments
being Arranged' like city flits, with
two suites ot rooms on oath floor.
The aim has bccU to' adapt these
buildings to the use of small families
or to the use bf bachelor ofncerJ
These dpartmertts will hare1 every
known convenience arid will be pr.t
tll worked out In design 2nd finish
Shooting by Electricity.
In order to demonstrate what Is
possible In shooting In the open by
electric light, the Wiir Department
will send h, three-million candle pow
er tight to the rifle range at Sea dirt,
N. J. Oen. Bird W. Spencer, Inspec
tor general of rifle practice, has re-
ctlred word from the War Depart
ment nt Washington that the light
and aparatus necessary for Its ope
ration would be forwarded so that
'',o first experiment might bo undo
Monday night, Sept. 16.
Capt. Benjamin T. Simmons, 4lh
Infantry, has been detailed as a
member of 'the General Staff, to fill
tho vacancy made by the promotion
of, Major Julius A. Penn, Captain
SlmriiSn's will sail by the September
transport for Madlli and report for
details for assignment to sl-ft duty.
lie comes from North Caroilnn ncd
vds graduated from Wdst t'olii: in
June, 1895. He' has hctd till present
raft kslhre February, 1901.
Sii Hundred Tons Barnacles.
The U." 8. S. South Dakota was
docked recently rit Mare Island, Cal ,
and A telegraphic report td the Navy
Department states that six, hundred
tons ot barnacles were' remdred
froin her bottont. Some ot them
We're three Inches across. The ship
was four nnd one-half Inches deeper
In the water wheK site entered tho
dock than when she came out.
Cast. Nissen Retired.
Leave for one month Is granted
Capt. August C. Nissen, 6th Cavalry,
when relieved frorit his duties with
the army cavalry team at Sea dirt,
Sheridan at Manila.
The transport Sheridan arrived at
Manila Aug. 31 with 30 officers and
107 enlisted men and the 146th
Company, Coast Artillery, aboard.
I fc)r 1
of all kinds
Fort near Hotel '
Wanted Competent bookkeeper,
four months onlv : out of town
Ltd, Mdse. Dept.
White boy before and after school,
to learn grocery business. Ad
dress II. D, this office. 4418-Gt
A loan of 12,000 on gilt-edged real
estate security. Address 184E,
Clean wiping rags at the Bulletin of
fice. SITUATION WANTED.
English woman, joung, wants situ
ation as hilp in dining rooms or
private house AilUriss Private,
. llulletln office. 4419-St
Engineer, having five J ears' sea and
freezing experience, seeks em
ployment; nny ripalr. Munn,
Qiieeri Hotel. 4 419-21
Japanese Private Cooking School-
Families or hotels supplied wltn
cooks. C. M. Matzte, 14S7 Auld
Lane. Phone 1G84.
On Hnckfcld r.harf, elk's tooth fob
RetUm to Elks' Club. 4420-31
Enter the Kingdom
Of yonr own , home. Some ' rare
chances that 'you don't find every
Near Dominis: 8 rooms
and bath $5,000.00
Lunalilo St., corner
Six room and bath, a
beautiful home 4,000.00
Diamond Head, 110x200;
a rare bargain 4,750.00
Sit rooms and bath; an
ideal bungalow 3,200.00
Near Country Club; 10
rooms and bath: acre
of ground 3,200.00
Emma St., Near vineyard
Six rooms a bath; right
down town 2,750.00
Near Makiki St.; five
rooms Tjit fiOr12n QSOAflO
I-""- -- ---- ,www,w-
Near Waialae Boad; five
rooms and bath. Lot
50x236. Don't miss
Six rooms and bath. Lot
112x150. Cost $3,000.
Owner needs money.. 1,000.00
Fort St., Near School
Six rooms. Bent $10.00
per month. An invest
Four rooms. Worth
Call in and tee ns. Always lad
to show our list.
REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE, LTD.
Phone 152. 82 King St.
We are in line with the
best assortment of
In the market. All make.
Ferfaaed US Plain.
Jnst ask for the kind yon
Lannhardt'i Candies always
fresh M -
Xing and Fort St.
Phone 131. "
I -CENT CIGA1 "
M. A. Gunst 5b Co.
F0BT AND KINO STREETS.
The Industrial Edition of the
Evening Bulletin, wraooed
ready for mailing, 00 cents at B u 1
letin office ,.
A few first mortgages on real csiaiu;
12 per cent net: money Invested
on Income bearing property; ab
solute securlt); In sums from
$100 upward. I. K, Strauch, At-tornc)-at-lavv,
Walty Bldg., 74 S.
King 8t. 438C-tt
Ferns Australian nnd other varie
ties; also logs, baskets, begonlm
and etephnotls plants. For par
ticulars call on Miss Johnson, Fort
street, near Vienna Bakery
Six II. I. Locomobile engine, with
fittings for launch; cheap. Var
particular apply 1CC9 Beach
Ftirnlslud rooms In private family,
cortifr Young nnd Kapiolani Ht ,
opposite Thomas Sqii.trc Tele
phone 1409. 441!U-:t
Desirable mosqulto-proof rooms and
board for gentlemen. "The Mac
donnld" New Bungalow, Puna
turn Street. 4380-tt
Large turntshed rooms for ladles,
with or without board. Mrs. F. D.
Wlcke, 1245 Beretanla Ave.
Two furnished rooms. Apply Mrs.
D. McConntll, 1223 Emma St.
FOR SALE KAIMUKI 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 jnst what
you are looking for. A real bar-
pain; up-to-date style bungalow, O
large rooms; both wide verandas;
two lots, 50x232 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
$2,200. Picture at office.
PACIFIC COAST REAL ESTATE CO.
F. B. Munroe- Mgr.
848 Kaohumanu St.
Mr and Mrs. Hashimoto,
Tired Feeling. .
178 BEBETANIA AVE., neav EMMA
Bath and Electrical Treatment.
Curios, Sisal Leis, Calabashes, etc.
Hotel, near Fort.
Made up the latest or any style.
Fort and Beretanla St.
RINO UP ''lltfliOfl
Levy's for Groceries
Bicycle shop and general repairing
work. Specialty in'nlckle, silver
and gold plated work.
KING, 0PP. ALAPAI ST.
Received ex Alameda i New Ship-Bfe-t
bt Latest Styles in
1028 NUUANU IT.
" 'A. B. ARLEIOH & CO., LTD.
, Hotel St., 0pp. Union.
.. 4tl.l h'.mW 4$ V.J