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EVBNJNO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II., TUESDAY, DEC. H. i9i
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Brownie Outfit '
Helpful Holiday Hint3
Dark Room Lamp
., . ttt i.i - A, r v 't rf. i LP E JUJ 4Mfe'U ,
V-ram Developing -Tank u& ' 22 i & "
Plate Tank ' ',
Kodaks and the things that go with them make fine Christmas' presents for young vople and grown-ups. A kodaker gets the maximum of pleasure combined with
good, healthful exercise. We have Kodaks and supplies of every kind. , ',,.
Don't overlook our Pyrography Outfits" '
Albnin3, Tilm Hcpitivc, 75c to
Albums, Fost CrtiJ. 15c to $10.
Albums, Photographic, 10c to $0.
Brownie Comcms, $1 to $12.
Hooks, Instructive, Lncyclopacdie,
50c to $3.
Calendars, Photographic, 25c to
Carrying Cases for Kodaks and
Cameras, COc up.
Chemicals fcr Photography.
Camera Clamps (tripod substitute),
Lark-loom Lainns (oil, candle or
electric), 25c to $6.
Dry Plates (Seed, Cramer, Ham
mer). Developing and Printing Outfits,
Daylight Developing Tanks (roll or
pack, films or plates), $2.50 to
Exposure Tables, 25c up.
Enlargements from your negatives,
Flashlight Materials, Sheets, Cart
ridges, Powders, 25c up.
Focusing Cloths, 50c up.
Glass Measuring Glasses and Grad
uates. Kodaks, $5 to $111.50.
Kodak Films (roll), 20c up.
Lenses (Rectilinear and Anastie
mat), $3 to $384.
Levels, 50c up.
Negative Racks, 25c up.
Portrait Attachment for Kodaks, 50c.
Panoramic Cameras, $5 to $100.
Premo Cameras, $2 to $176.20.
Premo Film Packs, 40c to $1.00,
Plate-holders. 50c up.
Pack Adapters, $1 to $2.50.
Paste (in tubes or jars), 5c to $1.
Premo Optical Outfits, $8.
Printing Frames, 15c to $6.
Print Rollers (single and double),
20c to $2.50.
Pyrpgraphy Goods (burning outfits,
articles for burning, leather for
Post Card Projectors, $5 up.
Picture Frames (wood, gold, silver),
Ray Screens, $1 to $4.
Shutters, $4 to $28.
Scales (spring and balance);
Tripods (wood), $1 to $6.
Tripods (metal, collapsible), $3.25
Trays (tin. composition, glass,
porcelain, rubber), 20c to $7.
Trimmers, 40c to $7.60.
Velox Papers, in several grades, $50c
Water Colors in sets, 25c to $3.
Honolulu Photo Supply Co.,
" Everything Photographic "
Fort, near Hotel
' We have just what you are looking for in a nice
Christmas present for husband, son, or gentlemen friends
in PIPE and CIGAR BOXES, MATCH SAFES, SHAVING
CUPS, MIRROR, MILITARY BRUSHES, WATCHES, STUDS,
LINK BUTTONS, SCARF PINS, RINGS, and a host of other
All goods guaranteed cs represented. Prices are right.
M. R. COUNTER
1142 Fort St.
Manoa Improvement Club.
A meeting of the Manoa Improve.
niHiit Chili will bo held at tlio resl
ilcmo of Judge It. H. Cooper, l'uu
pueo, Mnno.1 Valley, an Tuesday eve
ning, December 14, 1909, at 7:30
c'clurk. S. Ill: KIWKST,
S. N'. The decision Is,
Boston Side. Fort Street
j What Array and Navy
Folk Are Doing
From the Ranks.
WASHINGTON, NV. 27. As
the result of the competitive cxnilil
liatlon the following enlisted men
have been appointed second lleulon
nntH In the field nrtlllory arm of tlio
Army: Sergt. Krank A. Turner,
Troop L. Second Caulr; Squadron
Bergt. MuJ. Oeclrgo (I. Seiiman,, Sec
ond Cnalry, Sergt. ChnrlciJ C. lte
nolds. Troop I j. Eleventh-r Caulry,
end Private Armlne W.
The Selection of Good Things for the
Christmas Dinner will cause no '
worry if you consult this List:
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Mince-meat, Plum Pudding, Fruit Cake, Brandied Fruits
Sweet-pickled Fruits, Fancy Preserves and Jellies, l "
Maraschino Cherries, Marrons in Brandy and Syrup,
Sweet Cider, Boiled Cider, Cranberry Sauce,
Fancy Table Raisins,-Citron, Orange and Lemon Peel,
Olives (All Varieties, Stuffed and Plain), Pickles, ' ' " "
Assorted Nuts, Frozen Easterh and Cocktail Oysters,
Cheese (All Varieties), Bon Bon Crackers Fancy, "u
, ' Fresh Fruits and Vegetables in Season.
Troop II, fifteenth Cnulry. Those
iipptdntcd lo the I iifnntr arm wvio:
Sergeant Mi.Onitli, Company I,
Ninth Infautry; Sergt. Cornety II.
Hodges, Company 1-.. Seventh In
fantry; Sergt. Hollo C. Ditto, lCCtli
Cnmpaiiy, Coast Artillery Corps,
Hid Sergt. Samuel S. Stlbllng, Twen
"The civil service commission liaa
before It opinions of the nttorne-
ileilis of the army and navy are of
ficers of the United States within
the constitutional meaning of that
term, nnd that they are oHltcrs Iu
the regular sertlce within the mean
ing of acts of congress respecting
Kn.mi iietlrement. which view the attor-
Fof Advance Corns.
It Is announced nt the wnr -ile-narlnient
that an examination will
'be held reb. 28 next of uiptnln nnd
llrst and seiond lieutenants of the
onn at largo with n view -to their
selection for detail for a period nt
four ears as captains and first lieu
tenants in the ordnance department
lo fill fouileen n(uncles in those
grudes. The details will be made on
the recommendation of a board of
oidname officers which will be con
ened ns soon as piacilcable after
the lecelpt of the examination papers.
Lehnhardt's Choice Candies
IN FANCY AND Py IN B0XEi-ALL SIZES---F0R
HENRY MAY & CO., Ltd
New Radons 0. K.
I The new army tutlons appear to
lie giving general satisfaction, uc
jcorulng to reports leceived by Gen
'eral Sharpe, commissary general of
subsistence. The chief commissary
of the department of the east sas
fiom the absence of criticism, com
plaint ur even suggestion, it Is a safe
iibsumptlon that the ration is satis
factory in kind, quantity and varie
ty to the troops, He adds that the
liberal savings made on some, of the
components at nearly alj posts, es
pecially in tlio artlcles'of lard, sir
ups, spices and flavoring exurtcts.
Indicate that the allowance of these
Is geneious perhaps to an unneces
sary degree. In his opinion the
time has not et arrived for n thor
ough and 'dcclsUe test of the merits
of the now intlon regaided from an
economic point of view, but that
another jear's experience may fur
nish an npswer to many queries now
liurd to satisfy. It is the Intention
during tlio present winter nnd com
tjig Billing to send all commissaries
n clicular letter asking report cover
ing such .mutter as Is now debatable,
the i fault of which will be stated In
the next annual icpnrt.
To Military Fcst.
Mnjoi Daniel U Howell, Eigh
teenth Infanto. Ihih been pideied to
proceed' to Memphis, Tenn., und
transfer the public pfoporty unU
funds for which ho Is irccoiiutnble as
iccrultlng officer to Major Krunk R.
Urn, United Stntcs Aunv, letlred,
mid then piocced to his station,
Fort Mnckouzle, Wjomlng, und servo
(Out that jioi Hon of tha't,entelice of
jjcnerul court martial as Imposes
conniiemcnt lo the. limits of his
Rank for Fay Clerks.
A decision Just reached by tlio
war and niivy departments will, Iu
all piobnbllty, hav consldeiublu
weight with the bill iow ponding
befoio congiehi pl.ulng payniastois'
tleiks on a busls of usblstaut pay
niastois with Increased pav piul com
mutation of quarters, and will effect
Kdwln B. (lee, clerk to MnJ. 11 Jj.
i?u), ainiy pnymustor. and James
tiey-genernl liases upon tlio practi
cal construction which hag been giv
en lo the statutes by tho war nnd
navy departments and tho comptrol
ler, the recognition. 1 congress, and
the decisions of the Supreme Court.
Navy pay clerks on sea duty and
urmy pa masters' clerks on duty
with paynlnsterg hold excepted posi
tions under the existing civil service
rulcs nnd the commission has un
der consideration Hie necessity (or
amending those rules so as to 'place
all army nnd navy paymasters
clerks outside the classified civil ser
lce." The nrmy paymasters' clerks may
rank as first lieutenants.
Batteries for Crater.
When the Congressional party
lslted In Honolulu In September
there were several expressions of
opinion from seeral Interested In
military and naval affairs who ven
tured at the suggestion that the
mortar buttery located on the mauka
slope of Diamond Head would have
been better placed If located in the(
cinter proper. Military men here
at that time expressed a similar
lev, particularly after looking nt
the extent of the nvnlluble lund
within the crater walls. ,
Military men and .others who
have hud mora or less experience
with military and naval matters
are still of the belief that, although
the mortar battery now known as
liattery llarlow, may remain where
fl Is, a new batter will be recom
mended for the Interior of tho
Those who hnvo never climbed to
tho crater rlni and gazed down Into
It havo no Idea what a big place It
Is. nor that ,lt has a bed of the rich
(ht soil In this part of the Island.
With wnter sources tapped and
brought to beur upon Uils fertile
tract, tho crater of Diamond Head
would become one of tho most beau
tiful government reservations under
the control of the war department.
An editorial In tho 23rd Jnfuntr
!.antaka has tho following to say or
tho eenicc helmet:
"A man writes to us please blow h
tho man who inontcd tho "hellmoV
In which Hie command Is now belnp
housed. We paurejH're to ausuro on
young Mend I hat tho man y.Jio Inyenl
ed tho helmet has long since been
blown up, although he didn't tuko wiu'
Is usually rrpaided as an upwurd
course. Jfo vory'loglcully and Justly
lollowod the cotiiso of which his nu
fuiloiis Invention Is an over pic'scni
ifiulndcr. Fact Is thcro is no usu In
having one's telf blown in any dlicr
Hon to get tlm full effect of tho tern
porature hinted at. aivcn a tropica'
sun nnd this ancient design of head
gear and u man may carry aroiuu'
with hi in about us-much of tho ufore
laid nietaphoilcal heat as one Individ
nal can well support.
"Scilously, lioweer, a coik helmet
Is not so much a mistake as, a blunder,
Madu of luasb or steel tho helmet wot
meant to sono a specific purpose In
warding orf Hows! To follow after
such a cumbrous design when tb imr.
Ilflftn I in a 1 nti if dnn,, i. n.Ti. V .
Dunn, k to P.,a.tw Ilo.. . btt fU.V ,r
shouldn't mind the error under differ
ent condAloLs, In temiierature or1
told climates ono doesn't mind Ill-fit-ting
gear. Hero liu docs. It gets on
Ills nones. We all must confess that
where tho comfort and health of thu
cotdler Is concerned, we ought easily
to give up any hankorjug after the
headdress pictured on ancient wnrrlom
and give over In erpctully to tho
municipal pot'ea all right and title to
"The cork hit is a sensible con
trivance for the tropics, as civilians
who hate worn them for a generation
or two testify. They havo a crown
and a brim he all hats should have
anil protect fie head nnd face from
IhcVun. Tho present helmet has all
the ndvantago of stylo of a Roman foot
roldler as before noted; It covers tho
head and n gaod part or tho face, but
does not shado the head anil face 88
a hat ts nieui.t to do. The headpleco
used -by niarlno divers 'covers the head
moro completely than does this helmet
end personally wo feel about ns com
fortable in one. What Is wanted In
this country, aa ctery man should
'mow. Is shade, not covering. This
helmet having no brim on tho sides
tnd In front rutin in both essentials of
comfort: the front of tho head It
closely covers gltes rise to superheat
ing, while tho rest of tho head, earn,
nose and face, are left In tho open
sun. The crown of tho contraption
Is nil right, tho top of the head must
he covered and If It had a wldo brim
like tho campaign hat such as civil
'nils have found to bo comfortable It
would come nepr tho serviceability
or the campaign hat, which has four
Mnics as much brim surface us bus
his Dutch oven design.
"Another objection Is the weight
mil awkwardness of the thing. It Is
'niposslble to dctiblo time in It without
1rst completely telescoping the head.
It is Impossible to ride In It Thin
lamming down on the head stops tho
circulation. The open vcntBOdmlt air.
It Is true, but as between hot nlr and
blood a man had better maintain a
iractlcul grp o'n the Harvey theory of
circulation. ' '
"We could say more, but this la
enough specific objection."
Ono of the branches of tho National
Joldlers' Hones for Dlcabled Volun
teer Soldiers, the Battle Mountain,
Sanitarium, U '.n charge of a physl-'
:lan. with tho official tltlo of governor
ind surgeqn, out this la the smallest
3n. and all the rpst nro administered
by lamen. The Journal of tho Amer
'can Medical Association raises tlm
luestlon whether tue time has not
'onie for th,i direction of all fhosu
(real 'Institutions to be entrusted to
nedlcal men. 0d ago und Its Indrm.
ties have broken tho ranis and niled
ho sick, beds of these Institutions, tin
II at the present tli'no t Is'ouly tho
iurvlva of'uiothpr nam'o that pro.
cuts thorn fiom being' tornicdr bos
;ltnls. Twenty-four Northern statoi
tave soldiers' homes. In many of which
not only disabled Volunteer soldiers,
but their wives, wdows or children,
ire cared for. In thu National Homo,
villi Itu tun branches, moio than 30..
100 dleubled boldleis weio cared for
'nst oar, Tlio roiwts'of the Hoard of
Mnnugors havo commented, from your
'" ir. iiKin tha steady advance of
he death rnto and tho Increasing num
Jer of persona receiving hospital trent
nent. In 100E olghtythreo per cent.
Jf the entire number present received
medlcul attention, moio tliuu one-thi,
of them In hobpltul wardB, und thft.
death rate leachod slxtyelght mu
nilllo of tho wliolo number cured for.
Major Diiuulng has kini ,-., .
Captain Ketter of Hllo that ho will
Inspect tho company on the big is-
.m wwe nmu uunug tn9 month oj
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