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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, November 13, 1909, 3:30 EDITION, Page 6, Image 6',
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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. 11 . SATURDAY, NOV. 13, 190D.
Large Shipment Of
Hilo Wines 'Received
TEUTILE VINEYAHD OF J. 0. SERRAO ON HIS PROPERTY THREE
MILES FROM. HILO.
mini ii of loi.il lliiuur dealers
tciiltnl Hit Ilixt liliinent of Illlo
miilo wnu li tin Miiuiiii Kea tlilx
uiiiiiilni: The wine Is the product
nf tlu I C Serrno Wntr w ileli
wiu reii'titl fximllii.il li the 1 li
epoLliint tit tilt Inli'riinl Id veime
Depjriinunt mill cr.Mileil a lleenxe
for the iiianiifactuie of wIni'K.
'I he iiiilll (if tliU wlliu In mid
to he cxtit niols high, mail) wine
(ilinnleui toiiHlilvrlni; it Htipcrlur
to 1 hut of (lie i link en t Cntlfornll
uIiiih 'Mio Kraiei from wlilih the
uliie li ni.itlo am riowii near llllo,
Resolution Adopted by Editon of
Conservative Press Will Re.
ceivc Attention at Meeting of
Omi of tho problems to which the
approac him; meeting of the Hawaiian
Supir 1'l.mters Atusoclatlon will d'
ItH attention Is the consideration of the
plantation warn schedules with tlu
IHisslhlllty of n readjustment In sonm
districts. In this connection the res h
lotion passed a short time ai?n by u
meetliiK of editors of the responsible
Japanese press will come before tho
Pl.inUrw' Atoclatlon for considera
tion ami the arguments there udwinced
tilll rocelvn attention as coming fiom
tho conscratlo element of tho Jiiih
The tenor of the resolution Is to the
general effect that the signers express
it met tint tho good repute of their
toiiutiynicii In Hawaii shout I 1i.iy
been Ji'opmdlzed b the Ill-advised nc
tlWtlcB of tho leaders of tho Higher
Vage An relation mid ilcsliro them
relwi n h ill lerinlned to do all In thilr
powtr to icxloio the prolltable ficdlii'
or good will bctwien implo)o mid em
Tim nwiliitinu iiitwirited the oxton
lion and rosicrlng of the ronliaet hjh.
ti'in wheneer i-oksIIiIi. an I piovldel
for .i ili'legati' to wall on Ihu Planter
AHfoi-latlon mid foitnall) puw nt the
liiwi exjuewod In the iixoliilliiu
) Mr. niul Mrs. I'red Angus who have
been sojourning at' WallilLI In the
I.ewcrs' beaeh home, moved Tilda)'
Into their new homo in Nuuunu Vol-
' ' n k a
i Mis. llrujaniln llnldwin, who lias
jj-V been the guest of Mis. Joseph Cooke,
., I ailed Tuisila), on thu Kluau for her
V' homo on Kauai.
'; Tho many fi lends of Mr. l'reil
C. Smith were rejoiced to have him
letiiru to his home, greatly luipioV
d lu health.
' Xf ...! -.. T..l. 11.-.--,
kfv i ub. juiiii vv uie-riiousu
departed on tho steamer Mauna Kea,
' Tuisday, the ninth of November, for
tloilor l'aul Allen Adams of th"
r.th Cavalry, spent Sund.i) In town,
Is understood perfectly by the
!h , , THE FRENCH LAUNDRY, Agent.
X Abadie, Prop. 288 Beretania St.
.Transfer Co., Ltd.
- f uruitan ud Piano Xovhg.
l the tuilk of them comlns from Mr.
'Rcirau'H place about three miles
I rnm llllo.
The result of the x.tle of this first
ulttllt.t.mf .1 III l.r II iilf t.n.l .illli nun.
DIII'IIIVII .1ll I. Illlll 11(11 .. I I II I III!
Miifr.iu i' imurt'ni ny mail) piopio III
the irl.iluix, as the) hoie that tho
wire lllduxtr) will heuinie line of
the Industrie of llnwall As a homo
inmliut the lllto wine should merit
the trial of wine ilrlnKers.
Tho dealer who Hcehed the first
tdilptiiout of llllo wliie are II. llack
feld & Co, Ooaxahes &. Co, l'an
Iheon Saloon nntl the Umpire Saloon.
land liiuehe'd at the Moan a Hotel.
Colonel Schujler, who Is In com
mand of the Ath t'nwih), spent boV
eral ilus In town, this week.
Mr. Alexander 0. Ilnwes Jr. may
come ocr for Christmas and spend
the holiday In Honolulu.
Mrs. A. 0 llawes, returned on the
Mauna I.oa, Saturday the Blxth of
November, for a lslt.
The English cruiser, Ilcdford, ar
rived Thursday, November the elev
enth from San Francisco.
Mrs. DaMd Lindsay of Maul, will
urrlve next week from Maul, to Uslt
relatives In Honolulu.
Mr. Carl Walter arrived from Ha
waii on tho Mauna Loa.
Mr. A F. Sehncfer Is spending tho
week-end at Hatclwa.
MAYOR AND PARTY
ON INSPECTION TRIP
Ma) or lV'ii and the Itoad Commit
tee of the Iloird of Supervisors left
this murning on an Inspection tour of
the Kalinniil beach ion! worl.. Ho-
ihli' the .Ma) or tho parly Is made
II of Stctt.ui Itlvenha -!i nii.l Sun.
ervltoi-M (JiiIiiii Cox Avlilt, mil Ahla
'lh) will letiiiu tonight Tho t lu M
hi'lni; in uli in (JiiIiiii'k big inuring car.
EVER YOUNG AND EVER FAIR.
The preset tatlon of female beauty
and its enchantment b) tho use of
harmless ecsmetles, mo duties the
ladles owe to themselves, and to those
who value their personal charms as
they appriclato their moral qualities.
Unfortunately unprincipled parties too
frequently t iko advantage, of tho nat
ural desire to bo ever )onng and ever
fair, mid pilm upon tho market dolett
erlous acid and mineral poisons which
Impart a momentary lustre nt tho rUk
of future sallovvncss and ruined health.
In the Oilinta! Cream, prepared by Dr.
T. Tollx Gonraud, of New York City,
tho ladles havo a harmless prepara
tion for preserving the delicacy of tho
complexion, and obliterating litem.
Ishes, which has become thu favorlto
toilet artlclo of tho leading profession
al nrtlsts. who owe so much of their
popularity to their personal charms.
Scarcely a star dressing room In opera
or theatre throughout our land Is with
out tho Oriental Cream. It stands to
day tho most harmless and perfect
beautlfler known. Prom tho Daven
Ohioans Arjalnst A. F. OF L. To
ledo, O. Tho Ohio brnnch of tho A.
V. of I., openly arra)ed Itself against
tho national organization In tho seat,
lug of Insurgent delegates.
F. Thomas Dveinir Works.
CLUB OF COMPANY
AT FT. DE RUSSEY
Co-"G" Engineers Set Mark
And Good Looks
PROWLER ABOUT FORT IS
DETECTED BT GUARD
New Recruits Come in by Trans
port Sheridan New Orders
Equipment for First-Class Con
One of th emaiiy things that excites
the Intel est of lsltors nt Hip lie-l.
ueers camp. Is the men's club house.
known as "Itecreatlou Hall." Thu
building, a one-story structure of the
cottage type, 40x70 feet with an eight
toot porch on two sides, wits erected
by the members of Company "Q", who
irldu themselves as lielnir thu onlv
company In the United States Army
owning their own orlvntn club limine.
Situated on the beach, so close to the
kea that the waves at high tide break
ugalnst its foundation, and shellerml
from tho sun's rays by largo shado
trees. It certain y makes a nlriiirennnn
and Ideal' place to while away the few
Dhort hours, remaining after tho ila)'s
strenuous duties aro over. An Inspec
tion of the interior reveals tho com
pati)'s largo library, comprising1 CUO
volumes of tho ery best works ob
tainable1, n combination pool and bil
liard table', piano, phonograph, card
tables, lounging chairs, and last lint
not least a ticket office. The latter is
an accommodation provided for tho
men to cnablo them to t,urchas nrlnr
to their departure for town, tickets
tor the street cars, skating rink, box
ing bouts and all leading theaters In
Honolulu. This obviates, In many
cases, the Inconvenience of holding, n
pace in a long lino, before a ticket
window in tho city. Tho onixirtim.
lt)'s afforded tho men for comfort and
amusement at "llcCioutlon Hall" aro
unexcelled and provo conclusively that
tho members of Company O nro belnrf
abl) cared for by thoso who have
their interest at heart.
At 10:30 Thursday evcnnlg. the
watchful e)o of the sentry on No. 2
post, which extends around the forti
fications, detected a man In rliliinn
dress prowling ubont tho Randolph
battery. Upon the sentry command
of Halt! tho man started to run and
under cover of the darkness made
good his escape. Tho hour wn not
one usually selected for slght-seelng
and his actions were decidedly sus
picious tor a person with honest Inten
In compliance with S, O. No. 190
lldlrn 1ft Tl.. lined. If m .a-.- .
"- v ". i. j., umeti
Nov. 11, 1909. Sergeant Paul Itorwr
and four other enlisted men of Co. a.,
'2nd .Jattallon of Knglncers, will pro
ceed from Wulmeu, II. T. to Kahiiku.
ll T., on duty lu connection with Iho
iniiiuiry suivey of thu Island of Oaliu
Nino recruits for Co. O, U. S. En.
glmers, sent from II. McDowell, An'
gel Island, Calif., arrived on tho Army
transport Sheridan this morning. Af.
tor reporting to tho commanding offi
cer they were assigned to n competent
Instructor, who will drill them In the
duties of an engineer ooldier, Tho
following Is the list of names: Daniel
W. Smith, Paul J. Hurtman, John Den
lal. Otto P. nil) an. Clay Smith, Charles
If. Chapman, Rudolph Hero, Charles
Chollln, I.uther C. Miller.
Another cavulty horBO will be ship
ped from I'ort De Hussy to Kahuku,
H. T., today, to Join tho string already
there which are being used 111 tho sur
vey work now being carried on at that
placo by Co. O.
A stone chuto 20x80 feet with n ca
raclty of mo cubic foot, Is being
crocted by tho Diglneer construction
force, which, upon being completed,
will greatly facllltnto tho Important
work now being carried on. Carloads
of stono carried to the reservation
over tho H. R. T. & Co. I,. Co's. tracks,
will be conducted on trestlowork to
Iho top of tho chute to dlschaige thtlr
u.wB. rixieen trap doors, In the hot
torn of tho shuto will ranldly load thu
fcinall car used to convoy tho materia
to thu mixers. This, added to tho up
Uniate method foi handling thu other
Ingredients used lu the concrete, will
tax the mixers to their utmost capac-
FORT SHIFTER NEWS
The Port 8hafter bo)s met today,
many of their o)d time fi lends of
tho Hth Cavalry which Is on board
tho tiansport Sherldau usslgnod to
tervlcu ln.tho Philippines. Thora
uro many of the nth lioja that vveie
formerly lu the 20th Infantry unit
some of tho Tort Shutter bo)S were
rough riders tn thu Hth Cavalry.
L'ueh month when the tianspoits
Far Mtlng, drinking and cooking
Pure,' tMldottJ, Nutritious
HnWtnl V. . r.u.l uv.
nreakfast'Cocoa, 1-2 Hi. tin?
Hakcr's Chocolate (Unsweet
ened), 1-2 II). cake
German Sweet Chocolate,
1-4 lb, cakes
Fir SaU y Lxilai Otocitt la Hoululu
Walter Baker & Co. Ud.
DORCHESTER, MASS, U.S.A.
50 HIGHEST AWARDS IN
EUROPE AND AMERICA
When You Have Facts To
If yon aspire to have a neat an
pearance and look respectable, you
will find ,it requires good fitting
clothe. This is only possible when
you have ,y our clothes made to your
measure by experts at the business.
"Now, that's us."
Why wear ready made clothes
and look like an Indian with a
blanket, when for the same Drice
you can be well dressed? Why?
Geo. A. Martin,
Hotel St., 0pp. Union.
pass through Honolulu the bo)s ul
wu)s incit some old time friand.
Tho athletes at Kort Shatter aro
still earnest!) and constantly train
ing for the Held day exercise. Hacli
mun feels confident that he will
win, and no doubt but what Nov.
10th. will bring a series of dlfilcult
feats, as all the moil are lu lino
I'arude was held at Tort Shatter
Thursda) nt ! o'elotlc p .in. tor tho
first time in luoiu tluin u month.
Itetreat Is also held nt tho same
bom. Thcro will bo parade at G p.
m. every Thursday hereafter. Tho
command is maiclicd on line of par
ade, the line biought to parado rest
and rctieat sounded, attention call
ed and tho eolois are sounded whllu
the Hag Is slowly lowered, Tho
troops are then reviewed and dis
missed, and tho bo)s are all glad
for mess Is waiting. Mess (all Is
sounded Immediately qfter retieat.
Theie were nut very many specta
tors present Tlmisdny as very few
peoplu knew that parade was to bo
held, it Is almost assured that par
ade will f i oin now on bo held ev
ery Thursda) at G p. m. Everybody
Is ver) welcome ami It Is expected
that In the future more people will
come (a the parude.
When Ilaby was sic, we gave her
When she was a Child, she cried for
When she became Miss, she clung to
When she had Children, she gave them
Ten per cent penalty is to be add
ed to all taxes not paid before the
WE are disposing of many styles of LADIES' and
CHILDREN'S SHOES at prices that are bound
to make them go.
To make rodm for new shoes, and to clean up
broken lots, before December '31st, we have decided
to offer about 600 PAIRS of LADIES' and CHIL
DREN'S SHOES at BARGAIN PRICES, on Nov. 15
Ladies' Beaded French Heel Dancing Slippers
Got from $5 and $6 (o $2 50
Ladies' Laced Boots, welt and turn sole
c ut from $4 to $2
Ladies' Kid Cxford Ties- Cut from $3 to $1.50
Ladies' Chrome Kid Dress Ties- Cut from $6 (o $3.50
Children's Shoes, all the way from 50c to $1 50
And many other lines
This is really a (rood opportunity. Some fine SHOES at ridiculous prices. Oar sale is
intended to dispose of broken lots, so that we are bound to make a sacrifice, and this is conse
quently your opportunity.
Mclnerny's Shoe Store
Fort Street near King '
rp'TV A "T not tomorrow IS the
JL JUJ!TL X y time to think about
getting that turkey for Thanksgiving Day.
The supply this year is limited. You will
be certain of getting your choice if you
Sweet Violet Table Butter
Made from ihe purest Pasteurized Cream
is as delicious as it is pure. Guaranteed to
give you unqualified satisfaction.
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