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11VENINM IIUM.KTIN, HONOLULU, T. II., KitlDAY, NOV, 19. 1009.
We frame pictures to your drder,
using our taste when requested.
Notice to Stockholders.
Notice Is lioicliy given Unit the
unilcrxlKiicil will make u imrtl.il dis
tribution of Hit) d'sfts of the Metro
polltim Meat Company, Limited, nn
Hawaiian (oiporatlon, to the etent
of 13) per Khnro nt tliu office of tin
,tullt Company of Hawaii, on llctlicl
Slreot. Honolulu. Torrllorj of Ha
waii, at any time on or after the
ItHli day of November, 190ft.
Slock terlllHatcs muni bu pio-
11., November 17,
A V T
San Francisco Hotels
Geary Street, above Union Square
Juil oppo.it. Hol.l St. Frincll
European Plan $1.60 a day up
American Plan $3.00 a day up
Steel and brick structure, furnish,
lugs cost $200,000. High class hotel
atmodcrate rates. Centerof theatre
(erring allover city. Omnibus meets
all trains and steamers. Send for
booklet with map of San Francisco.
Hotel Stewart now recognized as
address, "Trawets." ABC Code.
IT TASTES CLEAN
BECAUSE IT IS CLEAN
Is pleasant and whole
some. "There's a dif
ference." The Baby
notices it instantly.
THE POND DAIRY.
FOR SALE AT ALL BARS
"The Finest Bathing on the Beach."
Meals At All Hours.
WINES. LIQUORS. AND CIGARS.
W. C. BERQIN. Proprietor.
LUNCHES and DRINKS
The most popular
place in town
The Fashion Saloon
Hotel St. near Fort.
Jack Scully. Jack Roberts
Beer on Tap
W. G. CHALMERS
General Contractor and Builder,
Free of Charge.
Room 11, Kapiolani Building.
Honolulu. T. H.
GOOD MEALS FOR 25 CENTS.
NEW AND EXPERIENCED COOK.
Everything in Season.
Hotel Street, near Fort.
We want to see all our old oi-
tomers come back.
OF HAND BALL
FORT DE RUSSY PLAYERS QET
TING INTO SHAPE RE
CRUITS RECEIVING INSTRUC
T10N IN ENGINEERING.
I..it (Renins tlu new handdiatl court
wan I ho renter of attraction at this
post as tliu sitIch for tho champion
i hip of thu post neru uepiiu, Tho
court has been IHted with two, largo
nrc lampi which not only allow the
players all the posnlbllltlcK of day
light play hut a I k enable thu spectat
ors a cli-ii" vluw of all Ihu plays. The
seats hrouiid tho court, three deep,
cie oeriiplud not only by tho noldlurs
of Port t'e Hussy nnd Tort linger hut
n Ik iituavx a pleasure, by friends
from Honolulu, Two games were
pla)ed during the oveiilng, IkiIIi of
which shoned that tho participants
of the sport had faithfully trained fur
tliu context. The first ganio. between
CoriHiral Djkex and 1'ilvnto Kurrel on
ono team and Corixiral Wcylor and
Private. Vogelback on tho other, was
lutciestlng from start to finish. Tho
first named team showed tho best
work and won by a RCore of twenty-one
to seventeen. Tho other match, be
tween 1'rlvnten flraf and l.udlam of
one team and Private Ilmlzlc and King
of tho other team, wan one that will
I long bo remembered by all who were
present This game was a whirlwind
liom start to finish and time nnd tlnio
again all those nt tho side of tho court
would stand and cheer either tentn
The corner plays of Private Oraf were
the feature of thu game. This game
was won by Oral anil l.udlnm by a
scorn of twciity-ono to twenty. The
rerles will continue until the end of
this month and many well matched
games will bo played.
Work was begun today on the bas
ket hall Held under tho direction of
CoriKirnl Emerson Mntcrlal for tho
ends nnd baskets was purchased In
Honolulu. While In Cuba. Company
0 of Dm Kngliirers. held thu cham
pionship of Camp Columbia mid ns
most or Hie men who played on tho
team are hero It Is bellmeil Unit, wltl.
llho proper practice they will bo nble
to giu ihu plajers fiom other army
iists many good games. CoriKirnl Km
orson would he glad to hear from l-'ort
Shatter or Kort linger relative to
games In the near future. A practice,
game has been arranged between tho
Engineers and the Hospital Corps,
Scigeant Spencer, tho Plrst Serge
ant of tho ICnglneers nt this port, has
arranged to hold the Thanksgiving en
tertainment on the night of the twenty-fifth.
In plnco of the night of the
twenty-fourth ns first announced. The
reason for so doing Is not only to en
able tho men to see tho Cullen-flellly
I'out In Honolulu, hut nlso tn insure
the presence at tho festivities of many
of our friends who couhl not bo hero
on Thanksgiving eve. A program of
ten numbers has been arranged, all of
which will mako tho evening, a pleas
ure to those who attend. Material
was ordered today fiom Honolulu for
tho stago and two orders have-already
been given for enctumes for that oven
lug. Somo of tho men on detached ser
vice. In connection with tho survey of
this iBland, have been ordered hero to
camp In order to help out In this en
tertainment. Tho writer had tho
pleasure of hearing Sergeants Flshor.
of the Hospital Corps; and Sergeant
Spencer, of thu Engineer Corps, ro
henrso a pint of a sketch for tho ior
forniancc. Camp Life.
Corporal William Hlgglns has been
detailed as Instructor ovor tho re
crultB who arrived hero on tho lat
Iranspoit. This work, of drilling now
men In thu duties of an engineer sol
dier, requires not only much experi
ence, hut also n natural gift of hand
ling men CoriKirnl Hlgglns has, ns
each new assignment of recruits come
to I ho imst, beon dctnlled as principal
Instructor and the class of survey
work dono by mjiiiu of his men show
that tho Instruction ho has given to
tlioin has been of tho very best. Pri
vate William IJ. Davis, on authority of
H. O. mi. Headquarters. Port Do Rub-
has been detailed as teamster In
the Quartermaster's corral. Prlvato
McKlroy, who was a short tmo ago
butt by a fall from nno of tho now
horses, u lenvo the hospital for duly
with thu company today.
TAKESHITA MADE SMART CATCH
Captain Takeshlta of tho Jiipan
ee warship Idziiino, accompanied by
Chief Engineer Piijlc, Uout. Vaniau.
chl and one other officer, went down
to Kahiiku last Wednesday as the
guests of S. S.ino, tho leading Jup-
nneso there, and enjojed n day's
The caiitaln. who Is n uiinriihnn.
cr auu goon sportsman, shot ubout
,nrty birds, Including ploveu and
wild ducks and In ought them hack
to the ship.
The guests, with Consul General
I'ji'iio, who went along, were roy
ally entei tallied Id their host.
BULLETIN AD8 PAY
ARTS AND CRAFTS SHOP,
FORT BELOW klNQ STREET.
Quinn Fare Ordinance
Is Aired In
StiHL'rvlsor Jim Quinn did not have
much dlflleulty In convincing a dozen
or more nutomobllo liverymen and sev
eral hacknien that his proposed ordi
nance establishing a new and revised
tariff for all licensed vehicles wus u
pretty good thing.
This presentation of the regulation
was tuudo at tho assembly room at
city hall Inst evening, and throughout
tho public meeting, Supervisor Cjuliin
held undivided attention ns ho went
Into tho hack and automobile tat Iff
bill, section h section,
ijulnn h next task or much Import
ance and magnitude will lie In pro
sentlni: the measure before his fellow
members of thu Hoard of Supervisors
In such light that they can sea their
way clear to pass It and at tho samo
time keep the Interests of tho "Dear
Pecpul ' to the front nnd center.
Supervisor Avlett, that sturdy cham
pion of the masses, will hardly ho sat
isfied until Quinn has given hltu abund
ant time to study over each section of
tho ordinance. What Aylett may bo
tempted to do to some of the sections
of tho Quinn tariff sheet Is a thing
sad tn contemplate.
Tho ordinance possesses many good
featurer. both for the general public
nnd the ouncis of licensed vehicles.
The people who use street automobiles
or hacks arc protected by tho provi
sions or tho ordinance against shyster
liverymen or hacknien who might bo
tempted to perpetrate a hold-up nnd
overcharge his customer.
Tho Auto liveryman and owner of n
public hnck is helped lu the new reg
ulation in that there Is a slight boost
In hack faics to certain ixirtlnns of
The public consideration of the lm
Krtaut ordinance was productive of
Assistant Secretary Cooper of the
Promotion Committee participated in
the free-for-all discussion. He warned
tho assembled liverymen and hack
drivers that It would bo a sad day for
Honolulu and for Hawaii net should
the report gain currency abroad that
It was n plnco where every attempt
was made to skin the tourist. He ar
gued for n fair and reasonable rato for
automobiles or hacks. Ho believed
that tho laborer was worthy of hla hire
anil that the driver or n public vehicle
was entitled to n legitimate rate of
fare. Cooper cited an Instance of Ni
agara Falls which for many years has
horno n hnd reputation because of the
tendency to certain hotel and other
Interests to overcharge tho tourists.
Even though tho ovll was wled out
years ago the place today Is jet shun
ned by rrlny travellers because of Us
Supervisor Qulnn's contention Is tho
present rntes for hacks and motor cars
Is no higher than In the best of regu
lated cities on the mainland. Ho cited
Mich cities ns San Francisco. Clove
land and some of the Atlantic coast
resorts In comparison,
Quinn also contends that tho price
of motor car supplies hns gone sailing
skyward within the tiast two vears Ho
claims that It takes almost ns much to
settle tho bill for n iiiilr of hind tires
over hero aB It would to maintain K
thirst In a tropical country. The ma
chines used on Honolulu streets aro
neciarcd Uy Quinn to ho finer thnn
any to he found In any similar Ilv
erics on tho mainland. "People do
their Joy riding In initio traps ovor
In the states," insisted Quinn, "while
here any ono with tho prlco can rldn
around in u car equal to that found In
the garage of a niiiltl-mllllonulre."
A small round town hark Irln nn,lr
tho new schedule will cost 25 rents
lor ono or two persons. When the
distance does not exeemi mm ,,iii
hack faro Is 25 cents and automobiles
i instance not exceeding two miles
calls for 50-cent hack faro nnd (1 tor
autos, tho scalo Increasing nccoidlng
to dlstanre traveled until tho poison
negotiating vfnr a Joy wagon for n trip
to Kahiiku or return would require
110, while the tour of the Island by
fast wagon will cost $50.
Between the hours of 11 p. m. and
6 n. m ii time ns Ugan seutenlloiisty
remarked all Christian icople should
be In bed. thu hiickman or llvcrymuu
can charge double rates.
Supervisor Quinn will now ,iow,te
his spare time and attention to getting
the measure before tho Hoard of Sun
ervlsors, CASTOR I A
for Infants and Children,
fhe Kind You Kavi Always Boutft
Signature ef CCtyf7-a.'t
'"For Bala" eardt at Bulletin.
These frames we are showing are
unusual, the hand carving is artist
ically done, nnd the designs arc rare
. AT FORT SHAFTER
ATHLETIC SPORTS TAKING FIRM
HOLD OF UNCLE SAM'S DE
FENDERS TARGET REC
No army post enn boast of moro
beautiful non-commlssloneil ofllccrs'
quarters than Port Shatter. Thes-i
quarters are Just n Itttlo more than
100 paces from the company barracks
nnd nrc very convenient, for tho
men nro near their work at nil times.
These quarters are for married non
commissioned officers only, except
non-commissioned start officers, un
married, nro allowed quarters In tht
cottages. The non-conimtssloncd of
ficers' quarters nt Fort Shatter nro
moro liko n i.cnt little villngo than
most U. S. army non-commissioned
ofllccrs' quartets. Kucli set of quar
ters have their own lawns and flow
ers, nls(v palm and fruit trees. All
the cottages nre well equipped with
running water, which makes keeping
the gardens In first-class condition
n pleasure. All tho cottages aro oc
cupied and In good condition.
Ycsterdny nftcrnoon a practice
game of basket ball was played at
tho Fort Shatter gymnnsluin, A
team Is to be organized and tho best
men nro being picked out for the
tenm. Last year Fort sharter had
n first-class team nnd this year n
team fully as good, or better, can be
organized. Many of tho last year's
Players are still nt the post, nnd this
year's team will take In some of tho
old players. Many games were
Played last cnr with teams of the
city. The Port Sluifter boys are ex
pressing muih enthusiasm in basket
Quito-a number of people visited
Fort Shatter and Monnaluu park yes
ttrday. It was u beautiful day anil
they all seemed to be fully repaid
for tho visit. These two points of
beauty and interest nre receiving
much notice lately.
Wednesday afternoon was spent
on the tnrget range by those who
nro required to Are the mid-winter
target practice. Many good scores
were made Individually. If the
weather continues us good as Tues
day and Wednesday there Is no Teu
ton why the men should not qualify,
as these days wero clear and very
little wind blowing. The new men
nil seem to take a great Interest in
shooting and are Improving right
along; In fact every soldier Is Inter
ested In shooting.
Many tickets to the town shows
bio being sold at tho post exchange.
It being managed so that the men
tan puichnse tickets to all tho lead
ing thcitcrs nnd skating ling at tho
post exchange. This 1b very con
venlent.us It saves much trouble
after reaching tho city. It is expected
that soon tho Kv o n I n g I) u 1 1 o 1 1 n
will bo sold at tho post exchange
This will enable tho boys that aro
not subscribers to the Uullctln to
get a paper every day.
Relieved From Duty.
Corporal llaumgurd, Company K,
has been relieved ns company clerk,
and Sergt. Trencr, Company E, has
been detailed In his stead. No bet
ter man louhl ho found for this
place, us SerRt. Trcner was a short
time ago relieved from special duty
as clerk In the quartermaster de
partment. Corporal Uaumgnrd has
been returneij to duty.
Sergt. MaJ. Krauss, Second llattal
lon, 20th Infantry, who sustained an
accident nt the Princess Skating
HI ilk Monday night, Is mondlng fust
and will bo fully leiovercd befoie
long. Ho Is an oxcellcnt skater
when alone, but at tho time of tho
accident was teaching n friend ,to
skate, who caui-ed him to fall and
letelve a badly bruised hip.
IDE VALUE OF PROPRItMftV
Is proven by the very largo pcrccutngu
of phvslclans' prescriptions for tho
same remedies found In every drug
store In America, but as they are writ
ten In Latin, few patients realize this
The old standard proprietary modi
clues like l.ydla E. Plnkham'a Vege
table Compound, that liavo stood the,
test of time, deserve a place In ovmv
family medicine chest, and It Is most
certain they would not he prescribed
b phvslclHiiH If they ein uhln lo de
vise a formula equally ns unlcnrlous,
mr BULLETIN AP3 PAY -
THANKSGIVING DAY .
Pics and Pastry
We have an established reputation for selling fine
PIES AND PASTRY. This vear we will add to it by offer
ing unusually Rood things in this line. Note prices:
REGULAR HOME-MADE MINCE, 25c and 35c
-EXTRA SOCents and $1.00
PUMPKIN, 25c EXTRA 50 Cents
Cranberry, 25c EXTRA 50 Cents
SQUASH, 25c EXTRA 50 Cents
PLUM PUDDING, 25c EXTRA 50 Cents
Other pies at the usual prices. The pastry will be
fresh, as an additional force will be engaged in the baking.
Sfend in Your Order Today
Hotel St., near Union.
JjMsjiisMPsIWi ' MpJMJMilgHUgpjjl sSpj
The HALL SAFE is BEST
H. HACKFELD & CO., Ltd., Agents
Bargains on Easy Terms
NUUANU AVE., near Country Club; about 1
acre; 10 room house and bath $3,200.00
KUAKINI ST., lot 60xxl40; 5 rooms and bath. . 1,600.00
A LOT corner of Kinau and Kapiolani, 75x116 1,500.00
MAN0A VALLEY, Bishop St.; lot 70x100;
5 rooms 3,400.00
METCALF AVE., 7-room bungalow; lot 200x300 3,500.00
EMMA ST., near Vineyard; 6 rooms ..,....',.. 2,700.00
LOT, PEARL CITY, 50x180 250.00
KING ST., near Piikoi; 6-room bungalow 2,800.00
Puunui, lot, near Liliha; 82x170 .'... 550.00
KINAU ST., 0-room bungalow; 3 bedrooms.... 2,750.00
83 Merchant St.
Mont Rouge Wines
Is the connoisseur's choice of California wines. The wine is a
product of Livcrmoro Valley and is always aged in wood before bot
tling. This wine has been served by the Palace Hotel for many years.
Sole Agents Hawaii
W. C. PEACOCK & CO..
Phone 4. mm "House of Quality." 88 Merchant St.
A TRIAL ORDER FOR WOOD OR COAL
We solicit your first order, knowine full well that we will rive vou
such good measure oLsatisf action that we will make yqu a steady cus
tomer, i i" "
Fine ohia and algaroba stove wcod and hand-.picked coal.
Honolulu Construction fc Draying Co.,
Phone 281 Office Fort St.. opp. W. O. Irwin & Co.
Transfer Co., Ltd.
Furniture and Piano Moving,
Who has taste and wish
es to buy a' perfect
home in the beautiful j
residence district of ,f
Makiki. We have a ,f
magnificent home '
which cost to build
116,000,, and the land
alone1'' having a value l
of $5,000. The owner
will sell and is1 willing
to sacrifice i.the place
for ... , v-r V m $15,000
A lovely bungalow; 6
rooms. Lot 100x150. 4,700.00
A home on Kapiolani St,
Brooms. Lot 75x125. 3,700.00
Lot near car line 900.00
A 6-room bungalow. Lot
176x430, near Waia
lae Road 1,550.00
Six-room cottage; newly
and repaired; lot 50x
Seven room cottage, on
lot 75x140 1,000.00'
Seven-room house, on lot
planted with fruit
trees; everything in
apple-pie order. Lot
50x150. A bargain.. 2,750.00
On Fort i St. A six-room
Don't put off until to
morrow what you
should do today. To
morrow never comes,
Good times are com
ing to Hawaii, and
what are bargains to
day will not be avail
able tomorrow. We
have over 300 proper?
ties listed. Call and
see us about them.
Phone 152. 82 King St.
A. V. GEAR, MANAGER.
Public Utility Bonds
REAL ESTATE INVESTMENTS
Charles A. Stanton,
Room 38 Alexander Young Building.
Honolulu, T. H. ,
Dr. J. H. Raymond
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Alakea St., Mauka Pacific Club.
Office Hours From 10 to 12: from
2 to 4; from 7 to 8.
SUNDAYS 10 TO 12.
Tel. Office, 590. Residence, 1460.
Office and Pocket.
CONTRACTOR 'and BUILDER.
PLUMBING and PAINTING.
Office: Honolulu Fainting Co., ttl
King St.; P. 0. Box 914.
Pau Ka Hana
THE ENEMY TO DIRT.
At Your Grocer's.
LEADING HAT CLEANERS.
All Kinds of Hats Cleaned and
No Acids Used. Work Guaranteed.
FELIX TURR0, Specialist,
1154 Fort Street. Opp. Convent.
Honolulu, T. H.
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