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EVENING BULLETIN, H6N0UJLU. T. H.. WEDNESDAY, DBO.'iS, ''(fp-tffi I"
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Helpful Holiday Hint
Dark Room Lamp
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Film Developing .Tank 'JJf
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Kodaks and the things that go with them make
(c fine Christmas presents for young vop!e and grown-ups. A KodaKcr gets the maximum of pleasure cpmUned with
good; healthfol exercito We have Kodaks and supplies of tvery kind. , ' w'n CV
Don't Overlook our Pyrography Outfits
Albums, Film Negative, 75c to
Albums, Post Card. 15c to $10.
Albums. Photographic. 10c to $G.
Brownie Comeras, $1 to S12.
looks. Instructive, Encyclopaedic,
50c to $3.
Calendars. Photographic, 25c to
Carrying Cases for Kodaks and
Cameras, COc up.
Ch-micals for Photography.
Camel a Clamps (tripod substitute),
Dark-room lamns (oili candle or,
electric), 25c to $0.
Dry Plates (Seed, Cramer, Ha.n-
Developing raid Printing Outfits,
Daylight Developing' Tanks (roll or
pack, films or plates) t $2.50 to
Exposure Tables, '25c up.
Enlargements from your negatives,
Flash-light Materials., Sheets, Cart
ridges, .PoWden, 25o up.
Focusing Cloths, 50c up.
Glass Measuring Glasses and Grad
uates. Kodaks. $5 to $111.50.
Kodfk Films (roll), 20c up.
lenses (Rectilinear and Anastig
mat), $3 to $384.
levels, COo up.
Negative Racks, 25c up.
.Portrait Attachment fov.Kodaks. 50c.
Pancramio Cameras, $5 to $100,
Premo Cameras, $2-to $170.20.
Frcmo Film Pocks, 40c to $1.60.
Plate-holders, 50c up.
Pack Adapters; $1 to $2.50.
Paste (in tubes or jars), 5c to $1.
Frcmo Optical Outfits, $6.
Printing Frames, 15c to $0.
Print Rollers (single and double),
20c to $2.50.
Pyrography 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
to" $6.20.'' v
Trays (tin, composition, k glass,
porcelain, rubber), 20o to $7.
Trimmer3, 40c ,to v$7.50.'v '-, "
Velox Papers, in'sevcral grades, $50c
Water.Colori in ssts, 25c to $3. '
Everything Photographic "
Honolulu Photo Supply Co.,
Fort, near Hotel
' Wc have just what you aic lookiijg 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 as represented!. Prices arc right.
M. R. COUNTER
1142 Fort St.
What Army and Navy
Polk Are Doing j
Tenth Well Recelvsd.
Controiy In tie i t ''i Up Ulcus of
tho VermontOn, wii i ,o liloncd llio
Wnr Depart mi ill Hi , evoke tho order
sending lliu nth Cuv.iliy to Hurling
ton, mi onicer of that rcjlinent writing
tu Manila states: "You havo nn Idea
linw well wo l.avo licen recolvcil every
where iind what good feeling exists to
ward our KluiPiit." TIiIh otrirer Writ
lug fiplll 1'Olt IStJlUII 12I1, HtlttC'.l, "Wo
!nw been settled hero slnco the latter
part of July, vllli the ucc linn or oni
month Mx troops jnd the nnchlno mil
platoon were nt tho MassuchusiU
maneuvers. Our mnrcli covered iibinr
430 miles. .About 7.000 trnips p.n
tlclputed lint the lOtli Cavalry wu th
only regulars present. Major Snnd
ununilren, the 1a:)d mid mnihlno ku
plntoon were Font l" the tiiiininuicn
nt Allnny to lio tltero ilurliiK the Hud
Secretin y j;u)-er'liat lisen placed In
The Selection of Good Things for the
Christmas Dinner will cause ho
' Tvorry if you consult this List:
Mince-meat, Plum. Pudding Fruit Cake, Brandied Fruits
Sweet-pickled Fruits, Taney Preserves and Jellies,
Maraschino Cherries, Marroris 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,
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Assorted Nuts, Frozen Eastern and Cocktail Oysters,
Cheese (All Varieties), Bon Bon Crackers Fanoy,
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Fresh Fruits and Vegetables in Season.
Lehnhardt's Choice Candies
IN FANCY AND PMIN B0Xfe-ALL SI?ES -FOR CHRTMAS' '""
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RY MAY & CO., Ltd
n position of great ptnbirransincnt tn
iCK;rd to tho further proscciitlon of
the wuik of tho new dryiecx nt tho
New Yorlc Nnvy Yard. There have
lioeil two fallinos of rontri'ctora owIiir
Id pictill.tr Inrialilllty of tho Kromul to
bo e.xejvnl"d. mid terontl) when lildn
were Imllcd, lliu lilddlu!; wjla llm.tel
to flvo flrniK solcctc.l hy the Secretary.
Thu bids wero opened on Oct. 30, and
the llD'.'jriKil;, Cnbut and Hulling Com
pany, of Ilnston, wn3 tho lowest, with
i bid of S1.3S3 0nu. Tim other bidders
wero S. Pea'ton und Fonn, of fs'cwj
York. l,"18,iii)t), f tha machinery on
'he Krmind could bo need und S1720
no If now nnclilnery wero reniilre-lj
ho "oinidutlon Compin)-, of New
orlt. l,;r,t),S3 with tho old niachln--ry
and 51.77.'. 1SJ without It, nn.l tbo
McArtliur Ilrotheu Conipiny, ?1,S7.",
100 with tho old machinery nnd $l',
I'S.liUU without It. The ipse illon aroMi
in cimslilorltiK tho b!dn n 1'n Just liiiw
niiirh nvullablc money could by npptfol
to a co'ilr.ict at tills tlnio. Tho matter
halns been lefefieil to :ho Attorney
General for opinion. It wen belli that
Ihojimuiit thr.t had been paid the de
faulting contractor mid which the
Government will cuo to nvover, mimt
bo cocrod kick Into tho Tioamiry
and therefore was not available iih a
part of tho appropriation. Tiint leaved
)l,:i0,000 on hand, of which It l call-
imteil that rortow) nnnl bo nprdled
o tho cunatrrtctlnn cr calasmiH. Tlig
"eiiialuder, $1 OfiO.OOO, would not bo
Jiiffletent to pay the lowest bidder If
ho contract wore let to tho firm, and
tho Secretary has no authority under
'ho law to nrjko n contract for n mini
greater than tho exIntl'iK npjuoprl
iitlwi. An elf-irt la to bo mado to nr
rnno n partial contract on tho plan
or u eontliiulKK contract, with. llio ex
pectation that leglxlatlon may' be had
I next winter that will strulBbtcn tho
whole matter out.
House Cost L'mlt.
ft Iiiih been decided li- Quarter.
maRtcr flenvrrl Atesliliu that It hhnll
be tho policy licronftor In tho' planiilm;
of (piaitiTS for Aiiny poatH to limit
the coht nf houses for brigadier Ken
crala, to I1J.00, for ncl(l nmccrR to
$12,000, anil for company o?llcera to
I9.00P. ,t inoKt of, tho larpor post
too many lnrso mid costly houses hao
been constructed, bo that tho unoiu.il.
mis Bltuallon has been presented of
company nfl eera belim cnnuMli..i in
Lllvc lnthoiihos that a few yenra ago u
riiiiiiiei or n inisaiiier Keneral .would
havo been evy Kind to set. Tin) aver-
ago donblo Iioubo jit a roslmoiitnl post
costs on tbo avcriiKo ?2C,000, ami tho
result la a hoUsp (hat few nUlcors find
tlieiuri'lvC3 wlllliig or nblo to furnish,
with tlio uttendftnt expense uIbo of
oniplojliig mom BcrvantB than would
bo necessary In smaller mini tern.
Soldiers' Homo Figure.
Tho report of tho Cohimlstlonors of
tho Soldiers' Homo showp n decreaso
of forty bcnonelnrlea' on tho rollB slnco
tho last annual report, lonvlm; ;i total
of 1,314 on thu rolls Juno 2d, 1000. Vw
permanent Improvements ?C1 1,003, U)
was expended, and tho pornianent fund
has been ilcciuiscd by ? 102 75 1.5.1 dur.
Iiib tho your leaving ?3 257 410.0 B.
Thero aro llfly.flvo honoflclurloH who
served In tho war with Mexico and
370 who served In llio Civil War. On'.,
half of tho lenetlclailes mo Amer
icans, about one-fifth filth mid nm
elBlith Gcnnnii. Tho injps ranch fnmi
22 to 03 yeni'E: C30 inn finm mi i.. n-i
'yems of ngo, j.nd 277 havo korvaiUrom
, twenty to ll.lrtyoiie yeait, 'i7tho'
Ami). Of the OSI liimaloB of tho
homo, SI." aro ncelvlus iciibIoih, mid
of theso nlncty.flvo ate icccUIiik fnmi
.f2l o ?35, o:io ?72 nnd one, $100 per
month. Of tho Inmates 292 aro' cm-
(plo)ed and paid by tho homo ub nou-
coiatuicsioacU officers, clcrlis, cleclrt-
"S. V ,
clnnn, kitchen nnd dlimlng-mom nt-
tcndnntB, wnra matters, bIo keepers
laborers, etc, Ilaroil on tho nctual run
nliiB expenses of tho homo (which do
not Include the amoiintB paid for out-,
door relief, oxr-Mires of Inm.itps al"j
1'oit Ilayaid, etc.)', tl'o aeraKo cost
per man per moutl) uns ?28.1S, of
which mnoiinl $9.GiS wan for mibulat-l
enco. Tho atlendluB surseon teports
Hint 773 patlci.tH wero treated in the
hospltnl; Hint the dally a'.cruKo was
170.81; that tho livpraise .iro of pv
tlenls v,-ns C5.02 )enro; thct 4 121 wcro
treated nt sick call, nnd Hint tho ratio
of dentils to inn inmate er uunum
wn's 3.31. In tho gcnci'dl' lHMplt.il nt
I'ort llayard, N. Mux., for tho troit
niont of rniiFuninllve3, 313 luiie-
ficimlcB of tlu homo have been trutcd j
ilinlus Hie past yo.ir at an onpsiiho to
tho, home amuiiuttug t: $29,890.27.
Good dlM-lplIpp nppears to ho main
lalned'. Tho ptlitclpal orTcuseH conimlt
ted uro drunkeiinrss, disorderly con
Ouct. jyid brl.nrtliiK llcpttr 'liito"- thri
home. Total number of nrrctts, IIS;
tiluls for dririkcnncsB, 31: total num
ber nf members' offetidlns. 137r per
cent, of members offendliiK to averaso
present, 7.17; last year, 7.33.
ft SHAFTER BOYS
When you want photographs that
are real likenesses pot.o for your pic
turo nt tho M. K .Henry Gallery on
Hotel Btreot opposite tho Art Theater.
Enlargement work dono. AfiT3'prlnt
Inc nnd developing.
It Is Mo Gamble
Because wc know you
are rouir to 'Ret satis
faction. Clothes we
make for you have
class and fit perfectly.
Oct yourdotheS made
to your measure by us
., A new line of suit
ingj just received from
the East. ' .
Geo, A. Martin,
Hotel St., 0pp. Union.
Soldiers Free From Duty During
Holidays New Glee-Club Is
Formed Battalion Drill and
lecture on First Aid to Wounded
All of tho Fort Shatter Boldlcrs aro
nulling ns It Is Just ton days until
holidays. Duty will be Kiittpcndcd fur
two weeks. As yet tho order has not
been published. This mentis that
dining tho holldnys-tlicro will bo no
duty whatever oxcept tho necessary
Kiiard und pollcci Of coiirso thero
Is Bomn work that Is compulsory even
ut-MH.Mi time. .. k..-
Back en Lcgan.
1,-iivuio i,ngnu or company a; nun
1'llvnto llorBer Company (1 icturn-
rd on tho V. S. A. transport Logan
fioiji Sim Kranclsco whero they hao
bqeu nltcndliig the school for cooks
I. nil bakers. Ilotl) declare tluit they
bad it iileasant lluio while In 1'rlhio
but both iieknowledgo that they aro
Rlad to got back to their compnnys, ,
I'Yirt Shatter und Ifonoliitii, nil tho
boys welcome their return.
Guard Mount. :
Monday Companys K and K mount
ed the entlio guard. Company (I
und II mounted tho entire guard
Tucsduy. Two compnnys mount the
tho em Iro guard each day on nccount
bf gymnasium drills except on Krl-
dayB, Saturdays und Sundays on
these thrco dnys tho details aro call
ed for from ciilIi company, ub thero
Is no gymnasium drills. ,
ihero was a meeting held In tho
administration liuUdlug at Kort
Shnfter Monday night orgnnlzlug a
gleo clitb Thc.ro, aro a few soldiers'
In this movement but tho majority
nro men fioin Honolulu. There, Is
about 2.V plpces In.aH nnd as thero
aro sonic Hint, tlnss musicians Inter
ested doubtless It wljli.be a success.
A wireless wnBrccotvcd Monday
Hint there would bo sonic recruits on
tho transport I-ognnt put., (here was'
boino mlstnko us none nrrlveq.
The, Battalion hud for tho umiii),
drill Tuesday mornlngtan hour Ifc-'
turo In llrfct aid, for "'the wounded,
for the past two w'fekn, every other
days drill luisbcijn flist, .uld. uf(cr
tho lecturo Tuesday morning Com-,
j:aulSB I? mid .)" wore' Instructed ,ln
gyninastum drill for one lio'n'r.
Callers from 'Logan.
SovernT-of tho, tjoopcrs of the 2nd
Ciiyijry that aro passlpg thryugli pu
tb,e U. 8, A.j.tfiinspdrt, I.ogan we,io
peasnnt visitors at Kort Shafier
Tuesday, inuny nicit in tho 2Qth n
fiitry liayo .old tlmo friends tn tho
Scco;u .Cavalry nuji' woro out Tui)s
day shakl'n.g hunfis and (nllilng oyer
tha old' Umcs.ln '98 und '99.
Back to Duty,
l'rlvato l'etryknwslvl Company G,
20th Infantry was released from t)iu
l'oit Shutter post hospital Tuesday
nnd returned to his company for
duty, l'rlvato I'etrykowskl hus be'en
In tho hospital blncu September 20(li,
he Unci u seveio eueo of typhoid fo
vor.i iiboiit a month ngo, ho was re
Icated for u fow days but wus com
polled to loturn to tho hospital iiBnln
as tho fever loft him so weak that
lio was unublo to do tho duties of u
boldlor Hut ho Is completely rccov- '
ereil now nnd as strong ns befoto his
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nets office. .These are the Ulcprwnt
Humbert of tha Bulletin olffs. ,
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