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EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU, T. II, WEDNESDAY, JAN. 12,1910
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Tlu Biinej detniliment which I
lu wurk In Hi lclnlt) of Wnlin'l
Halo left till post toih for their
new station. The detachment Is In
timjre of Second Lieutenant I,, il.
Wall, Ins, Culpa of Engineers, and
consisted of nhout tlilrt men, I'utir
istiiit nngoiis were loaded down with
supplies, nnd a large qnantlt) Is jet
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to he shipped out from this i.nn
This Is h fnr the largest dctncli
ment. Including the equipment,
which li.ii been sent out, ind t.l'l
rcqulro a wagon tuiln to keep It
supplied while working at Its new
station. IIiIh detachment wasorlg
Inall) to be sent li boat, but It was
found Hint better time lould be
made oil.ind nnd that the supplies
could be handled to better ndtnn
tage. I'uture supplies, insfriimcnts
and rations will lie. forwarded both
b wagon and by boat The ilctni.ii
Hunt Is not expected to return to
this post until the weather will per
mit it to return to its original sta
tion near Kahnnn and Knliuku.
Special Order 288.
extract from Special Order 2S8.
Headquarters, Department of Cali
fornia, instructs that a board of of
biers will be convened to exiiinliia
Sergeant Oeorge V. Manns of IhU
post, together with certain other ser
geants of the Hospital Corps sU
tlouid on this Island, for promollui
to the grade of sergeant, first class,
of ihu Hosllal Corps. This board
of officers is to meet on the 14 III.
tr,th, ICtli, 17th. 18th nnd tilth
di)s of this month. Upon comple
tion of the examination the ser
geants will return to their posts.
The quarterinastei department will
furnish the necessnry transportation.
The Joumejs nro directed ,ns nee
sary for tho military service. Ser
ge nit Manns Is at present the enio:
non-commissioned officer at the It-v-pllal
at this post.
Tho nun of the outgoing detach
ment made the most of estenln on
the hnndbnll court, and some of the
best games seen at llort Do llussv
were plajed. There Is n great rl
alry between the men of the lioni-i
tamp and those of this detachment,
unu from start to finish all of the
g lines were contested nnd the teams
winning had to piny the best ball
that they were able to put tip. In
number, the detachment tennis had
tho best of the games, but as far m
plaing was toncerned, there Is very
little In fevor of either side. An
there Is still one more detachment
left lu camp, which will go out lite
last of this week, some good gnmoi
are yet to be plaed, and the men
will keep at tho game until the Mil
In order to make room for nil tho
supplies which nro being recelvol
from the States, mail) of the oldoi
urtlcles are being brought to the
storehouse of the post quartermas
ter, there to be" put before the Inspector-general
The inspector-general will arrlvo oil
tho comhig transport, nnd while a:
this i. will act on these storo-
Some jj the older animals will nl-u
be placed before him, and if can
deimied will he replaced b) now
ones fitted for the engineer branch
of the service.
The survey detachments were paid
yesterday at their own camps or At
the main camps of the detach
ments. There nro a number of sub
' camps from tlieso detachments up In
the mountains, to which the pay of
the men and all supplies have to be
sent separately. These men will re
celvo 'their pay from the main camps.
The detachments which left this post
todn were paid at the same time
Hint the men of the main camp re
Tho different detachments at thli
post have each planted a sepirrte
garden, nnd u grent deal of rival,
Is shown between them. The post
bakery has a flue vegetable gardes
surrounding their building, and Prl-
vuto drat Is obtaining some of th
nest products rrom tne same, rrl-
vate Rlnhnrt, the post gardener, his8
n large vegetable garden. Id addl- ' a
best products from tho same.
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Ml SERIAL No. 6768-A. H ill
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lion to I he rcguhr cotnpnny gn'"
len, under nj. and IiIm orlglnul
pent gtnlen la furnishing the table
of the engineer with ninny fiet.ii
CKetnl)le. Thu iioit liOBiiltnl now
has one of the finest gardens at Kort
De Ituss), nnd tho mess for thfatoki
of tils post U great!) nldcd iff tVut
I -.fcll IH'I
TlAtatl lt?. V I
ns storekeeper for ihf'f'PYl',rnins-
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., .in 'ici unim- i ruin, nrailliiril'l n
of tlil-t post. 1'rlvaltifj.Jubcs, who
litis liien on dut In thc"s'tnbles. Is
relieved from the same nnd will go
with the detachment leaving tills T
In), as In charge of the trnnsportn-
Hon. Private James Smith has been
detailed on extra Out) In the quar-
termnster's cunal ns n teatnstei, re-
lleving I'rivnte Jones! Private Ar-
thur Slocum, who hns been on dut)
In the office of the post qitnrtcrmns-
ter, will leave with the detachment
tod.n as rounder. Pilvnte How en
has been returned to duty wild his
company fiom extra dut) ns elec-
tilclan Installing tho wiring In head-
Postmaster Pratt has received the
following additional Information
fiom tho postal authorities at Wasi-
ItlB'ff.n rniillni- tlir.ua nn.lfni.aa
which were mailed with Christina
Ofllce of Second Assistant Postmaster
Washington, D. C, Dec. 27, 1 9li!
With reference to Uiu notice head
ed "Christmas Stamps," Issued ll-im
this ofTIco under date of November
24, 1909, postmasters are notified
that the postal .administration of
(iernnnj will penult tho deliver) of
articles mailed In the United 3'.lles
during the present Christmas uuu
New Year season bearing stamps of
this nature. Consequently, artlue.
healing lied Cross and Blmlln
Chrlstmas stamps addressed for de
liver) in German), which have been
mailed or which ma) be inviW up
to and Including tho 31st Instant,
will be dispatched to Oermaii) In
Postmasters nro requested to call
the attention of the public to the
desirability of affixing the ubot-c-mcntloned
stamps only to tho back
and not to the address sldo of artl
lies dispatched to Germany.
Second Assistant Postmaster-General.
NEW 8TAQE AT EMPIRE.
The Empire Theater Is now n real
theater '" fnct as well ns in name. The
excellent auditorium that has been
used only to accommodate, peoplo who
wish to see moving plcturo shows, now
has what It should have had at the
verj firt, n real stage. Up until ro
centl) the border round the whlto
screen looked like a proscenium, but
was not. It was set up against Bolld
wall. But Manager Overend h.as had
thu wall taken out and n real stage
put In nnd now the Empire has all tho
possibilities of u regular vaudeville
theater which, with Its excellent light.
Ing nnd airing facilities, should make n
great hit with the theatergoing public
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FORT SHAFTER NEWS S
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Tor the Information of nil con-
cerned, a circular letter waB print-
oil January 7, 1010, to Inform the
comniand that tho drpnrtrnent conv
innnder before his departure tVom
Tort Shatter expressed himself that !
Kurt Shatter Is the neatest mid clean-'
est post he has eer seentf-KnowIng
thftti this could not tie without the
aid nm! roonerattnn of everv mnri In
tliiost, It is felt thntjlLbe Justly
piVid of tho rcsultB of tlielr efforts
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iiii.iiiiiiiii(i uuuiii oviwi luiiuiieiiuu-
tlou from nn offtter sd critical and
scVromlnent In the military service,
The trnnsport Thomas that Is due
to arrive Wednesday Is supposed to
bring about forty recruits for Kort
8hnfter. Tho men are greatly need-
ed, ns tho battalion is short of men,
one compnn) having only forty-six
men present nnd absent, nnd that Is
nineteen less than the usual number,
Tho usual Snturria) Inspection was J
held Inst Saturda) at 9 o'clock a. in
for tho first time for three weeks, ns
'during the holldn)s there were no
Inspections, only December 31. the
usual muster Inspection.
Prlvnte Lnughmillei, Company V.
20tn Infantry, per compnn) orders,
has been appointed field musician,
tie bud been assigned to special duty
as acting musician for ten days'
trial, but it did not require sd long
to seo Hint ho was a competent man,
and he was appointed after five da8
trial. Musician Loughmlller did his
first guard ns musician last Sunday.
Prlvato (liiteman, Company a, 20th
'.fnn.tr. Wh!' Wk "B ."l a". a"
clilent In thu city sustained a
broken Juw, Is reported progressing
very nlcel). Nothing serious Is an
ticipated and with good care he wilt
soon recover. '
Back to Camp.
Tho party that made tho pictur
esque pleasure trip around tho Is
land last week returned Friday noon
last, and report a pleasant , trip..
'Prom Koko Head tho means of trans
portation wds pack mules only, and
that Is Indeed a novel way of travel
ing. Filipinos Qo Back.
An order has been published tnni
the eleven Filipinos that were, ar
rested us stovvawa)S on the U. S.
army transport Sheridan nnd con
fined nt Kort Shatter will be turned
over to the quartermaster of the U.
S. army transport Thomas, upon ar
rival at this port, for their return
to Manila, P. O.
Private Gordon, Company 11, 20th
Infantry, who hns been In the hos
pital for several days, was released
as able for duty last Saturday. He
will take up his former duty ns
painter In the quartermaster de
partment. Private Bcrger. Company G, was
discharged from the hospital Satur
da) as fit for duty, but will return
at ten o'clock a. m. dally for treat
ment of his ejes.
Private Georgo, GamblU, Company
V, 20th Infantry, who has been a pa
tient In tho Army General Hospital,
Presidio of San Francisco, for some
tlmo, has been reported lit for duty
In tho United States but unfit for duty
in n tropical cllmato nnd In compli
ance with Special Order No, 275, Head
quarters, Department of California,
December 11, ho has been transferred
to Compan) I, SOth Infantry, now sta
tioned at Fort Mason, Caf.
Gomblll his many friends nt Fort
Shatter who are sorry lo near that ho
will not return to his former'cnmpany
but are glad to know that ho has re
covered. New Arrivals.
Tho transport Thomas, arriving
from Sau Francisco Wednesday, will
brine 41 new men for Fort Shatter. A
non commissioned officer will be (Id
tailed to meet tho men and tnko
chaige of, them and bring them to the
post. There nre also other men to ar
rive on this transport, men from tho
School of Musketry nnd tho School for
Cooks and linkers, who huvo finished
Special Orders No, 290, Headquart
ers, Department of California. .San
Francisco, December 30, Extract:
Under authority of, paragraph 1430,
urmy regulations, Prlvato Walter M.
Fully matured vand GUARANTEED.
ueucious in r lavor. ureweu ui ine nnesi nops ana man, aim Doiiiea oruy at
the brewery in St. Louis. Ammrlomn Brmwry, Sim Lmulm, U.S. A,
W. C PEACOCK &
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Woodward. Conwnm n. 2ntli Infantry.
Fori Shaffer. I transferred to the Uns
pltnl Corns nmi will report to the com-
mandlng nfflcor of Ilia. stnllon for as-
italenmonl to" .lni'
notification was received n (ow
days ago that Prlvato Pierce, Com
pany 0, wlfti Is attending a four
months term .of scliool, nt the school
for rooks and basejes, Presidio of Snn
Francisco I. progressing nicely nnd
Is now an assistant cook nnd his many
friends at tho post nr6"glnd to hear of
his fast advancement.
Basket Ball. I
A practice game of basketball was
played at tho gymnasium Monday af
ternoon and there was more talk ofi
organizing a team. Sergeant I-emn,'
Company 11, 20th Infantry, who has
been nitcnd'ng a four months coitrso
of instructions nt the School of Mus
ketry, Presidio of Monterev, Cnl , wlll
return on tho trnnsport arriving Wed'
nesday nnd will sure take an Interest
In the team If one Is organlrcd. Ser
geant I.enin was n pla)cr on tho last
year's team ami Is one of the best
basketball plaers Fort Shaffer has.
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LABI TIME AT THE PARK.
Nature's wonderland will bo seen nt
the Park for the last time tonight nnd
the Leopard Queen will havo an Inn
ings as well. The vnudovllle nets I
drew a large crowd to this theater InBtl
night and tho program was carried out
to tho satisfaction of ever) one present. I
Stanton's Imitations were nn improve
ment on those ho gave the first night I
and Miss Orvlllo sang herself Into tho
good graces of tho crowd. Tomorrow
night sho will get down from the clns.'
sic pedestal and do more popular airs
In costume fitted for Iho part. Sho
has a flno rich voice and has certainly
mnde good nt tho Park. I
Tho Molnolte sisters will havo an.
other act tomonow- night and thoroi
will bo a change of pictures. "Foxy
l-armer," and "Out of Work" ore to
be the features. Tho Park is tho most
popular place of amusement In tho
city nnd this accounts for tho crowds
wnicn go there. ,
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QE0R0E EL10T INTERPRETED
BY MABELLE BIQQART
"The promises of a lllerny treat
In Hie interpretative dramatization of
'Adam Bede,' given by Mnbclle Big-
gart, were amply fulfilled.". Presi
dent Htiiblm nf the University of
Nevada, In his Introduction of Miss
tliggartdtllvwedi an. appreciation of
the wojf.lWetiFittKKIIot ln wlllcl1
he counted ffer ipiiiro ?t)h that of
Shakespeare, Browning and Carlyle
as one lit.the celebrities of literature
who have established their title by
learning n message which survived
themselves and continued d,ovn
"Miss Blggart prefaced her rendi
tion with a short talk on the author.
The first scene depicted by Miss Blg
gart was the quarrel In the carpen
ter shop between Adam Bede, his
brother Seth and Ben, over the
Methodist preacher Dinah. She also
gave Seth's proposal to Dinah. .
"Miss Biggttrt cleverly took all
the speaking parts, giving tho broad
Yorkshire dialect and the deep, slow
speech of Adam with effect. The
scene between Adam and his brother
was also given, melodramatic effect
being heightened by soft music, the
accompaniment being kept up at In
tervals In the following scenes. The
final scene was that of the commuta
tion of Hetty's sentence from hang
ing to Imprisonment." Extract
from Nevada State Journal.
Miss Blggart Is certainly new to
Honolulu, but the comments made by
the press. where she has appeared In
dicate the success she hns met. She
will give this Interpretative drama
tization at the Hawaiian Opera Housa
next Tuesday evening at 8: IS. Al
ready there has been a demand for
the scats, which are on sale at the
storo of the Bergstrom Music Com
pany, In tho Odd Follows' building.
A portion of the proceeds will be do
nated to the Central Committee of
the National Tuberculosis League.
THE NOVELTY THEATER.
The management of the Novelty
Theater has secured the' services of
two popular comedians, who arc giv
ing a series of new comedy acts and
pleasing specialties. The two com
edians are Harold Klter and Billy,
Wheelan, who until recently were
members of a comedy troupe that
Is playing In Honolulu. Miss Coop
er is retained by the Novelty to sing
and dance. In all, with the pictures
shown, the Novelty has decidedly the
best show It has offered the public
for some weeks.
Tho regular Wednesday night
dance will bo given as usual at tho
New Dance Hall on Kukul street.
The dances there are growing In tho
favor of the dancers of Honolulu
and big crowds attend every affair
of this nature. There Is n general
air of democracy that appeals to
strangers, ns they are always mado
welcome and nre made to enjoy the
dnnce as much as the kamlalnas.
The following program will be rcn
dered by the Hawaiian band at Aola
Park this evening at 7:30 o'clock;
March The Invincible. Eagle....
Overture Italian In Algiers
Intermezzo Rapid Transit. . ..Arndt
Selection Little Nemo. . , . Herbert
Vocal Hawaiian Songs ,
Ar. by Berger
Selection Three Twins. . . .Hoschna
Intermezzo Rainbow .... Wenrlch
March The Spirit of Liberty....
The Star Spangled Banner.
Japan has a $3 000,000 sugar scan'
dal. It Is an emergency in which n
number of gentlemen In Now York
would like to loan Collector I-oob to
the Mikado Washington Post.
If there Is anything In a name, Sen
ator Money, the now Democratic floor
leader, ought to got along famously
with Scnatof Aldrlch nnd his assocl
ates Kansls City Star.
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shirts and collars laundered by
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Mid -January Bargains
It is our desire to clear our stock of corsets and petti
coats to make room fcr new (roods. In order to do so we
are offering these low prices:
25c, 35c, 40c, 50c, 75c a piece
50c, 75c, $1, $1.25, $1.50 a piece
I Nuuanu Street.
If You Don't Know
That our sodas are the best to bo had in the city, it
ii because you have never tried them, A trial case will
convince you that in the manufacture of soda water we
are in a class by ourselves.
Consolidated Soda Water Works Co., Ltd.
where your druggls a ill refund your
money If It does not do tho work.
Apply Stearns' Electric Pasto nt
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Li Jf J lli-Ll"HJIM S.
JOHN SCHLIEFF, Manager.