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(iim..!M'".l, M.JUL. ,
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Woven Win Mattresses repaired at
the Factory Honolulu wlra Bed
Co., 12S0 Alapal St. Telephone
131 ' M46-tI
Yee Sinr Ree-Plumber and Tinsmith.
Smith St., bet. Hotel and Pauahl.
' How o V;rgp
Paitboftrd boxes decorated with designs of Christmas
berries and holly make gifts look some attractive ""we
have them all sizes. ,Santa Clausj heads on gum stkersare
just the thin? for sealing packages. Ribbons for tying are
also here. These, and a.
Hawaiian News Co., Ltd.,
'Alexander Young Building.
The Usual Bate
case of delicious!
Nothing Nicer for Christmas
j THIS,,SEASON.sIS,PF THE VERY BEST QUALITY. WE
HAVE NONE THAT, IS OLD AND TOUGH, BUT THE TEN-
"" DEREST. JUCIEST BIRDS EVER PUT ON A COUNTER.
i OUR MEATS ARE AS TENDER AS CHICKEN. . I
I WILLIAM F. HEILBRON, Proprietor. Telephone 45.
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HIQH-CLASS .PAPM-HANOINO. DECORATINO,
j AND QENEBAL. PAINTINO.
I ' IPEAK FOR
63 QUEEN STREET . I
Estimates given on all kinds of Draying, Teaming, Road Building,
' Reble Supervision
Firewood, Coal, Waianae Sand For Sale. "
One Trial Will Convince You
That pur, ,oll hand, work system 'gives the best finish and the least pos
sible wear, on tthe garment.
FRENCH-LAUNDRY, .. J.. Abadie, Prop. 258 Beretania St.
J EMPLOYMENT AG1ICY.
Japanese Employment Association,
Nuuanu and Pauahl Stt. Gall up
phone. 697 .If you want a cook,
good boy ,or servants. "
MARIE KENNY, Dramatic Studio.
176 Beretania. Phone 83. m
fall line of Christmas novelties at -
can now send a ,
for HALF 1
" mJiin,isui J,asgsgwsaaaaaaaM
A new clrcujar has been Issued by
thfl Nnw nnilftl-lnifint rnlalincr In tl.J
qualification for permanent appoint
ment ns chief petty omcera. Candf
dates for permanent 'appointment as
chief petty officers ,JAt4, $7,5, Par. 2,
Navy Regulations) must have had sea
service In n cruising vessel ns a chief
petty offlcer In the rate. In which per
manent appointment Is sought for at
cast one' .year." except hospital stew
ards. Their records must show an
excellent average, In proficiency, sob
riety and ouedlenco, for at least two
years; and they. mint, have shown In
themselves good 4exam pics of'subordl
nation, courage.' zeal! fioatnea. nttnn.
tlon to duty, and on earnest endeavor
to maintain good order and .discipline
In tlio command to which attachpd.
A candidate for permanent appoint
ment as cmer petty oflicer must bo a
citizen of the United States. .A ran.
dldale to receive a permanent appoint-
iiieiu in any rating must nave a good
record In' proficiency In ratine sobrletv
and obdlence for two years previous
to. recommendation therefor If his ser
vice In current enlistment him rnniln.
tied so lone, and an average of 4.5 In
proficiency In rating lobrletjrjind obe
dience during the twelve montlis 'im
mediately proceeding recommenda
tion. The board of olBcermTi" m.
!llno ntho candidates, to ,.deternitnoJ
ineir manual ana mental capabilities.
Previous service, together with such
official records asi may be available,
will bo carefully scrutinized and noted
III mnlflnfr tin L iv,m,a n. .
General bearing, personal quallflca
lions and conduct records must be ex
amined with special care In tho ef
fort 'to procure only nersona of nr.
tlcular merit In these positions. Tho
uiiv-uiur, himcii is uaietuct. 1, 1909,
uimi Bjves ino scope oi examination
In ,010 several grades and other In
formation. Tho annual report of Lieut. Comdr.
Lay H. Bverhart. U. 8. N.. rctlrml n
anperlntcndent of he. New york Natl-
ncai scnooi, praises tno new courses
In steam and electricity, and says that
uicir ybiuo cannot ue overestimated.
"Tho master of a ship whV'haa no
knowledge of engineering h complete
ly nt the mercy of his subordinate In
that department, and a chief eni'ln&r
.who has no knowledge of tho reanlro.
menu on .deck cannot give tho most
n Bl jt I a A kAaail Si t-. as. a m
vmjvivui avrvivv. rur me last calen
dar year there were admitted nlnatv.
two pupils, making the total, attend
once i iv. six cadets were dismissed
for" serious offenses'. Thogeribrai
health of' all on board was .very good
for the wholo yfcar. During the recent
crulso the underclothing was found to
bo too heavy for very hot weather and
caused much discomfort. Light under
wear IS nOW Included in llln otnthlno
list. In April th 'Newport was put
In active service, replacing the 8t.
Mary's as a schoolshlp. In her first
crulso as a training shin of the nnnrd
of Education of New York, which was
to England In Juno, the Newport show,
ed, she had very superior salllmr mint.
Itles and Is very economical under
steam. To Richard B. Aldcroftt, Jr..
chairman. of. the executive commltton
on the Nautical Scliobl, anil to Comdr.
ii. u, tfanus,vu.,B. X.. .fprmer, .superr
Intendent, aro extended thanks for
fostering 'interest V the 'school, the
new kyear, .hns',( begun, with a larger
number of students th'an aver"' Tho
surgeon's .examinations slwwod that
(ho .boys gained ten, iiounds In .weight,
nearly three and a 'half Inches' fn
height, and more than tlirtw n.i n hair
inches In chest measure, between en-
iranco and graduation.
It, lnr Intended vto. equln all submar
ine j( the (nrltlsh ,navy' with a life
saving hel'mcl. which constat, nf n
short tunic of waterproof material, to
which Is united a helmet containing
cartridges of a certain chemical sub
stance, which. In the' Dresencn nf wn.
ter vapor of the breath, gives off pure
oxygen, and takes up tho carbon diox
ide of the expired. nlr. For use In con
Junction wlththo helmet a submarine
s. fitted with air traps, open at tho
bottom, and In which ,are suspended
helmets for oach"orie of the crew: each
ejiuetls arranged with the ,iire8s
tucked mi.jrislde It, and U file hold Is
r caterers to His Majesty
t For. amice home.c'ooked dinner on
Thanksgiving Day the best place to
go is the '
flooded, or the air becomes charged
with chlorine gas, those In'danger can
get under the steel screens and stand
tip with their heads and shoulders in
the air trap and out of reach of the
water. The putting on of the hel
met and jacket is a matter of n few
moments, tho appliance being drop
ped" over the head and tho arms In
serted. The,tap, admitting, air to thq
oxygen-producing cartridge Is. then op
ened, ami a. supply of oxygen suffi
cient for half ah hour or more Is en-,
sured. ,The . apparatus . enables tho
wearer's to escape to the cohhtng tow
ers 'with safety, or, In 'ease of tho
sinking ofjhe.bpat "with' the conning
tower open, to find their way to tho
open hatchway, and quickly float to
tho surface. The dresa will ennbln
tho wearer to ''float .without difficulty'
hu iung as ine supply oi oxygen noius
put. In tho'essof the bat. becoming
disabled when subtrfcrged anil refus
ing to rlso to the surface, the crew
are able to dori their helmets and then
to flood the ; ooni'partment, when the
hatchway can be opened, and the' way
of escape' to tho surface provided.' .
The New York J3un .prints a letter
trom a Washington' correspondent' res
pecting th'e"rep'resontatlori o'the It)!
iUllll HL (IIV llKilUlll VUJJ11UI, WlllCn IS
so excellent In spirit, so sound. In logic
andio,clearJnoxpreBsloiv,that wo aro
constrained, .to give. It much space
elsewhere. In thlsjssuo. , fardly,any.
candid student, of , mlltary .affairs wi)l
deny that It .Infantry Is, the, chief arm
of our system ,of jpttloual., defense,
jnore ia no more jntijng, place for, It to
be represented la a;manher adequate.
io us, importance innn at the. seat of
goyf rnment, where the fofelgn ambas
sadors and ministers form most of
their Iroprosslons of, tho country. Very
appropriate' to, the arguments.. "of, tho
writer In the Sun, In this observation.
ui ueuvrm uryvuiKin. in, ine second
voiurae of jiis wrK on "The, Jlussjan
Armv and the Jauanean War!" A
In fofmer wars, so in Manchuria was
ine neat, and burdon of. the day borne
by, our Infantry,' and there Is no doubt
that In 'the. future infantry, will .re
tain Its name as the 'principal arm.
,The, Importance, of other arms depends
cnureiy on, me. eent to wtuchthey
assist Infantry to defeat tho enemy.
for the latter Is, the final arbiter of vie-.
iiij ui ,uuieut. nowercr otner arms
may dlsputo ,wlth tho Infantry for pre
cedence, there can be aq doubt of, the
eound reasoning of the Sun'a corres
pondent as to recognition the Infantry,
should receive. ,
The remains. of five enlisted men of
the?Navy who were burled, at, Mada-
leiin uny uunngtine time tor target
practice at that point are to bo
brought uu to San Pranclum in lm
. - . w- . .- . , ... ....
sent to their (Vurloua homes for .nter-.
ment.- Tlie llufTalo, now at the navy
yard.,Maro Island, has boen qrilered
to PichJIInquo Xlay.j Mexico, to (and
supplies required for, the naval
uiiui m iiiui piuce, nnu iromLinero
will go to Magdalena IJay to get, tho
bodies of theenllsted men.
Recent successful experiments. with
wireless telcsrauhv from a miiiturv
dlr'lglblo balloon' In dermany point to
n vastly Increased value of tho "air
Bhlp as a, military Instrument, and yet
the navigator's, risk on a, vessel .of the
air charged with highly explosive gas,
fitted, with hlgh-voltuge electric appar
atus, loaded with explosives and cur
rying supplies of petrol, will bo nu
Secretary .Meyer left Washington
Oct. 15 for"hl's . homo n ""llamiitoii,
Mass. Before leaving he 'alfniVunced
that tho Atlantic Fleet would assem
ble at Hampton Roads, when repairs
aro completed, nnd Co to New Ynrk
for the phrlnias holidays, after which
mey win go to uautanamo for mancti.
vers, ' ' '
To Hold Church Fair. . nnrUoinv
jNov. 3,a bazaar will take pjace No
viuuvi , ,iur mu uynent.ot tne DUIIU
Ing fund of St. A'ii'i?uit'lnn'' Poi,,iiio
church In the 91ar,?mont. district, and
ouuui uci ruiej. ne iiun win no, spe
cially decorated for the nccnidnn nn.i
a numbor of Beclal features aro.lio-
InK nlnlinnl. "" v
Wiil'Pmail At ""
For Th a nKsgiving Dinner
BIG TURKEY DINNER
with all accessories
25 CENTS i
I 882 Fort Street., ,
For Benefit of Women who
Suffer from Female Ills
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Minneapolis, .!Mnn."I,was a frreat
sufferer from female troubles' Which
caused a weakness
condition of the
much of what I.ydla
', etnble Compound
suffering women I
felt sure it would
sity It, did help me
calns nil Iprt m. T
tWfttrntlffoi.' ,.1 Mlliit .t.A mail.',
-.. uvav..n. .,....H n.v.t,., HIICU U1WUIUI
11 l-'nranf-thta bM ran.. ..l.1l .
show the benefit women may, derive
from Lydfa" E: 'PlnMiam'rVegetable
uuiiiiuuiiu. jura. .MIIINU. MOLDAX.
Jlia Second St, North, Mlhueapolls
Minn. " ..'
Thousands of unsolicited .and nu
Ine, testimonials like the above prove
the efflclency.'.ofLydla E. Flnltllam'a
Vegetable Compound, which is made
tcidslveiy frdta roots and herbs:-"
Women who suffer from those dls-.
resslng Ills peculiar to their sex should
not lose sight of these facts or, iloUbt
the-abllty of Ldla'E. rlnkllam'i
Vegetable Compound to restore-tbelr
Jf van nrntie atu,nla,1 ttwlMAMtaitA'
to Mr Plnktinin, at Lynn. Mass.
t.M..Jt.li.2 r-r. - '
ci: i. zz" ri". ""-"
.'wn TyiM wnosfc
FORT DE BUSSY
BASKET .BAIT. .U7ITW VTfilTIVri
TEAM ,nNE YAUDEVILlEi
juiTunca -,o .-tap tog.
.Corporals Emerson and O'Nell were
detailed Saturday .by order of the Com-
mamllnc Officer, to mak n .tcolrh nt
tho .country between, .Fort ue, Russy
and Walpahu. 'These ,two 'corporals
havojef.the iwst.and 'intend , to' re
turn, from this survey to ,Fjort' De
iiusajr i uiwiuy or .neunesuay. rriy-,
ate Movers' has taken transit readinm
qver' most of this ground and .will. Join
v.yijuiiuB r.uiersuu iuiu u neu in nn
ishlhg tlilskcch, In about the neigh-
oornooiioi koko, Head. Bcrgeant.Do-
mlnlcHO'boqnelhabe'en In chai
of tho transit work from Walnnliii
kiuiiiuiiu,iicuu auo pas cioseu,nis sur
cy .wl(hln one .slxty-fourthof one.'
yhjle.'evcrybody In camp understanda'
that this in a most romarkahlo nlivo'
of survey workj.Oieylso realize, haf.
Sergeant O'Oonnel) Is capable of clos
ing a survey' wfthln, these 'angles.,Ser-
ceant O'Donnoll. for Ihn llmi).1l nt
Cuba.Jald out,the ,b(ghway from San'
Juan ytMfrt!nes to the"6oast. ' ,
. The team tinder direction of Cor.
Iio'ral Emerson, .played a.'.very credit
able Camo with the Hoanltal r'nn.u
Theqriiq .waJs called by,thq umpire
when tho score stood 5 to o; It is
hqptA .Omt.tho basketrball teams of,
Forts Shatter and Rugc'r will co (lielr
way clear to accept a frlendiy game,
elthir from the Hospital Corpsor'tho
r,iiKinwrsof,inis post. Tno. Engineers
h.?:?,i?r,)cri,!,,from nrnta'lij Mohqlu'fu,
mat'crlul for tlie court, and' It Is ex-.
Pycteii, th,nt many interesting games
will be played hereon.
It Is with deep regret. Ihrpughout-
the cntlro Dost that the tdcknaaa nf
Horgvailt Anson B. Wills has caused' a
uampcr on the Thanksgiving festivi
ties. Sergeant Wills has been with
this company since November 13th,
19,03, and has presided ovft every' fee-
iiY,iiy since timt tate. he having al
ways been In charge of the company
mess., Private Trone who a. few dsvs
ago, fell and fractured his arm at tho
Princess Skating Rink. aand wjio Is
now In the Post' Hospital',' la progress
ing rapidly. ' ,
Amongst the vaudeville' sketches an
nounced for Thanksgiving Eve. the
monologuo,of Mlko Pattou Is held as
tho star attraction. A bout liiwnnn
Privates McKlroy and Corrlgan
five rounds for a decision, will pti
till, elltertlilnnif.nl Vlnn hnlri ftA.'.lJ
together wth many vaude'villo sTetctv
"" iMaiiiiun mr tno evening ami a
most cordial nytaton I. cstended to
all our friends in Honolulu an.t . h
adjoining posts. ' .1
,I( you wish to hays a pleasaut even
ing go' to the Wa'verley dance at the
comer of Bethel aud Hotel streets, op
posite the Empire thoater.1 Tliero Is
always a dance ou and you can drop
lu between the pictures at the the-'
aters. Thern am nnrlnru rr .vJ
tody and good dancers, too, Tonlghtl
mero is to ue extra music and a good
WAN T 5 ,
0 OQ0O O O0O
Subscriptions for any magazines or
newspapers; club rates given; San
Francisco dally papers 1 year by
mall for S8.00: six months 14.00.
Oahu Subscription Agency, P. 0.
Box 200. , M08vt
Young Man Reliable and with
knowledge of stenography, to as
sist bookkeeper; give qualifica
tions and salary expected. C. C.
IWell-furnlshed houce: two bed
rooms; 'close In to town, rilshop
Trust Co., Ltd., Bethel St. 4470-1
Clean wiping rags at the Bulletin of
fice. SITUATION WANTED,
Japanese Private 'fooklag School
Families or hotels supplied with
cooks. C. M. .Matsle, 14S7 Auld
Lane, Phone 1564.
Passbook No. 0219. Kinder, please
return to Bishop & do. Saying
clilld'a re',1 rniTl. TlAwnri! If ra.
turned to 303 Stangenwdld 'Building.
Ii 'being made ready
for inspection, by our
, fTAllV.T r l '
rfliryns.-' - .
vWill beet.Mojda.fflqrning, ,
- MBS. JT. BOSENBEKQ
WOKfir.rrr.TT nswrmrn ananvarv
MeeU Monday .and yriday nights at
o;au octocic, jutonana ait hem.
n.4..,l.. Jl.tl.- It ' ' 'f
wii .uu uuwiiua t
' ' ' rvmn ' wtaiiramia
Tfirnmartan 'nvtit.l 'V A4n
Burinester at WALL."inCHOLS CO.,
Xing' St. "Telephone' Store 261.
Hes. 1179. "
dr. F. SCHURMANN
Corner Union and Beretania Sts.
House Consultinrr. 2 D. sa.i Sat
urdays excepted. 'Operating, S-12
a. bl, 3-6 p. m.
The. best in
XOSES, CABNATIONS and .other .
. rnr rramis
MBS. E. M. TAYtQB. ' '
Young Bldg.' " VT JTtl-,&.
Made up the latest or any style.
EMBICH LUX '
Fort an.Beretania Sts.
On .easy monthly payments.
"i flj 'f H tSFsjjHi
B. fE. XUCAS,
Masoaio Building, 'cor, Motel Ml
taclei properly fltUd call on hla.
- Anyone.in needso(, int-class ipee
' ivntj WISE
tlse ONLY table drink. Manufae
turxd by the
Arctic Soda Water Works
,, LATEST MILLINERY
, '"New styles
11 r,".t)eWg shown.
I'Bpitoa.Bldg. . iFort Stress,
Combinations at your choice In mag
azines; the prices are low; Mc
Clure's and Cosmopolitan for
$2.00; World's Work, Delineator,
Everybody's and Smart Set, all
four for $r,.05i Oahu Subscription
Agency, P. O. Box 200. -44G8- t
Ferns Australian And .other .varie
ties; also logs, baskets, begonlaa
and stephnotla plants. For par
ticulars call on Miss Johnson, Fort
.street, near Vienna Bakery
For Sale Chcar One .UnlversaVadd-'
lng machine' and one Underwood
typewriter; both practically new.
Address K. C, this office.' 44G6-lns
40 II.-P. Wlnton Automobile, Model
K. Good condition. App'fy A. B., P.
O. Box 749. Price low, on easy pay
Jlandsonicry, tanned .and mounted
aimkuu grizziy rug. AdOresa
drizzly, Bulletin. ' ' ''
Furntshed tronr room: "10" yr
month. small houiekesplog
room, suitable for one person, "M
per month, at 1C63 Nuuanu St.
Room and board In private family,,.
aiokik uistrict. Address S., Bui
letln.fflcer ' 4428-tt
Two"hirn(sBed "rooms." -"Apply, lira.
v. Mcconnen, 1113 Emma St.
Housekeeping rooms. 706 Quarry,
ror. Alapal," 4468-tt
fcoolfurjaTshed rooms Voif .cottage,
with or Without board. 1C34
Nuuahu Ave., near School "St.
Prices moderate. "44C0-tt
ssipsJSjisMq' , ,j , i j ii'ii
For Health and-Beauty
Come to we them. t
Cor.rFort and. Xing fits.
," .Flumejai; " !.
ntvf tr fMSf.
saw jutivecmeai. Traartsmt
Besidenoe on Beretania St.. Xanio.
lani Park Addfllon 'Iotil TanaWtili.
lots and other property.
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