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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T.UI.. MONDAY, JAN. 31. 1910.
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lliu tmuira or this post will lio nnis-. post and tlio survey detachmenta will
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Such as PONGEE SILKS, GRASS LINEN,
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Price and Quality the Best
A Cyko Print
has a quality and richness that puts it in a class by itself.
Developing - Printing
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lerul today toi Uio inontli of Jaimaiy '
I'lrst call lit nl 8 n'cliick mid aiKCinbly
at 8;3S. The firflciwlnn la the order,
In which muster will be holil. Noil'
commissioned Huff nl headquarters,
tlio iiicmljorH of tlio ho'pltiil corps lit
tlio post hospital with Ino wick of the
lost nnil Company (1, 2nd lialiaiion oi
Engineers, on their own parado
ground. Tlio uniform Is summer ser
vice under arms. Inspection of tho
IroopR will bo tiuidc at thin foi matlou.
Pay Day. ,
Tho extra duty men of this camp
wcio paid today by tho post quarter
master for iho month ot January. Tlio
payment wat. niado at headquarters
building mid at tho offlco or iho quar
termaster. Civilian employees of the
post woro paid at tho sumo offlco after
tho payment of thocxtra duty men.
All of these men arw la tho employ of
'ho post qiinrtcrninstcr or detailed
under his authority.
The following chr.nRjs In dctnllH of
men at thl purl have boon niado to
take effect the first day of February:
1'ilvato Wllllnm I'assoitr In relieved
from extra duty and placed on special
duty ax driver if the huckboard of
tho commiitidln? officer. Private
lllchard Smith Is relieved from extra
duty mid detailed as teamster In tho
qiiiirteriuavter department. I'rlvato
Solomftn Is relieved from siicclnl duty
as touniHtcr and detailed on extra
diitv as teamster In tho post corrol.
I'llvnte Jnmca Smith Is detailed on
tho Hunm workon extra duty and re
llcvtil from special duty as teamster.
I'rlvato Andrew nrotko Is detailed ori
extra duty as pout plumber and l.nnce
Cnrpnrnl Albert Dudzlk Is relieved
fiom extrn duty with tho Kst quar
tri master ami detailed on special duty
as drafts man. All of tho above men
an; .from Compiny Q.
Pay Rolls. v
Tho tletnrhiuent from 'near "Wal
miuiilo cnifie Into this camp yester
day In order that tlio men of Mhat
all be paid 111 the Held by officers from
The animals ordered lo be killed
by tho inspcctor-gciicrnl wlillo ho
was at this pott weie shot today, and
tho balance which he condemned
wilt be sold at public auction within
a vory, short time. All ot the prop'
crty which was ordered to bo do-'
Btroycd has been burned and new ar.
tides already ordered from the Statji
to, replace It. A largo amount ot
new property has been received on
the Alameda and Is- being' hrouRtil
to this post by Ihc 'wagons of i!ip
quartermaster department. A large
part oi this will be forwarded to tho
Burvey detachments by wagon, train
and pack animals.
Corporal John Kelly of Company 0
has been placed In chnrgo ot the
pack trains of this camp and has
arranged for Hicho trains to mnko
deliveries of all supplies to tho stir-.
vcy, detachments which are' located
so far back 'in the mountains that
the wagon trains can not reach them.
Theso pack trains are to leave this
post at least twice a week and are
equipped with the latest pack out
fits just received from tho States.
Private Cecil Whltten of Company
G arrived at this post from the Pearl
City detachment yesterday and will
spend a few day's here before return
ing to his camp. Private Krank
Marcus of the Walmanalo detach
ment also came to this post yester
day, bringing with him many now
records for the drafting-room here.
After1 going over these records with
the draftsmen here, he will return
to his duty with the survey. Pri
vate Hammond of Sergeant O'Don
nel's detachment camo Into this camp
yesterday ,and will take back with
him today supplies and records for
Canteen Stores. '
The members of this post nro cn-
parly might sign tho pnyroltH Tor the,JoylUft niany new supplies received
month or .laniury. Corporal Edward by tho post caateen both from the
O'Nell, of Company 0. vlsl'ed all tho! States and' 'from the IslandB. Tho
other survey detachments with theso
rolls ami tho members wcro ublo to
sign at their own camps'. The mem
berg or Company t) will bo paid at this
post exchange has been greatly Im
proved and now furnishes tho men
here with nearly all tho articles
which they may require.
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Corporal Strauss, Company K, 20th sisters, who are well known In tho
infantry, was honorably discharged principal cities of the United Btatcs.
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from the United States service Janu
ary 27th. Corporal Strauss has been
In K Company since last Juno; tho
They have appeared successfully In
vaudeville' and light opera for ..10
past six or1 seven seasons. During
former part of IiIb enlistment was their engagement here they will In
spent In Company L, 20th Infantry, 'trod,uce many new and popular
at the Presidio of Monterey, Califor-
uto. Ills Intentions are to rc-cnllst.
Special Orders No. 7, Fort Shatter.
Hawaii, January 28th, 1910.
Private Ucorgo V. Altstadt, Com
pany K, 20th Infantry, Is relieved
from extra duty, as laborer, in the
Quartermaster's Department, and Prl.
vate (Jcorgc M. Simpson, Company V,
20th Infantry, Is detailed, in his
stead. Tho former will report to his
Company Commander for duty ami
tho latter to tho Quartermaster for
I'rlvato Simpson will be excused
from gymnasium drill only.
Change in Calls.
Per General Ordors No. 2, Kort
Shatter, Hawaii, January 26, tho fol
lowing chunges have been made In
the list of service calls; Retreat as
sembly, 5:45 p. m.; mess call, 5:1U
p. m., except Fridays; parade, Fri
days, 5:10 p. m., Immediately after
which mess call is sounded.
There was parade at Kort Shalter
Friday Tor the first time In Beveral
Mtcoks. owing to so much rain for
tho past month It has been next to
impossible to have any parades.
Almost nil of tho electric light
poles are sei and many or tho wires
nro up. A fow more days' inside
work will complete the system.
HXUXS'l! Wa JC M X K S,S M M
Bongs, and' tho promise, ot entertain
ment by them Is assurance enough
to tempt n visit to tho Novelty,
THE PARK THEATER.
The plcluies shown at this theater
Saturday night wero excellent and
interesting. It will bo remembered
that tho one of Dr. Cook, fake North
Pole .explorer, that was shown at tho
Opera House a few weeks ago was
not well presented, owing to a fall
uro of the lights. Jly special re
quest, Mr. Cuagdon will put It o nut
tho Park tonight, and It will no
doubt be enjoyed., As an added at-
' traction, Wallace nnd Way yt go
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uii ill uii uutiiuiy liuw mi. ilil'MJ
are tho people who niado such a hit
at the Opera House two weeks since.
There will be some comic pictures
shown tonight and one really good
dramatic production. The Vlerrn or
chestra, 'which does so much to en
liven the Park, will continue
ATHLETIC BILL AT ART.
The Jupaneso wrestlers have prov
en Mich an attraction at the Art
that tho management has decided to
continue tills feature during the
week tho fleet Is hero. The wrestlers
uro two sturdy sppclmons of their
lace, and tho way they strlvo for
victory over each other tak.es this
HCt out of the ordinary amusement
class, iib It seems to, bo an arranged
contest for sport's sake. The fcatuie
film for tonight and tomorrow night
Is "A Child of the Forest." It Is a
dramatic plctme that appeals so di
rectly, that it move? the audience us
would living actors In the production
of this story.
S0UBRETTES AT NOVELTY.
The Novelty has joined the ranks
Of thai amusement hoiues that are
bringing first-class vaudeville actors
hero .to add tu tho iiimiHcniciit nets
In Honolulu. This tlmo .they hnvo
becuied the set vices of the two Wall
Manager Ovcrend of tho Empire
has just closed an engagement with
Miss Kvn Alva, one ot the great fa
vorites with the patrons of the music
halls of China, Russia and India,
where sho has been playing during
the past six years. She appears as
an "Acrobatic song anil dauco ar
tist," and as Honolulu has not been
fuvored with a lady doing these
Blunts, tho act will undoubtedly
draw well. Harry Well, a pianist of
moro than ordinary artistic talent,
will also appear nt tho Umpire.
Their ,'engagenicnt commences 'to
night, and there will be motion pic
tures ns 'well.
TUESDAY NIGHT DANCE.
Tho flrBt dance of tho week will bo
given at the Now Dance Hall on Ku
kul street tomoniiw evening.. Tho
regular Tuesday night dances thero
always bring out a largo crowd, as
the floor is kept In excellent condi
tion and tho music is tho best that
can be procured. Spend an evening
theio nnd you will agree that thero
are few places in town that offer so
much in np;usemt)nt for so small an
outlay. . t
CON'T NEGLECT THAT COUGH
It certainly racks your system and
Imiy run Into bomothlng serious. AW
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ly H-id p'uiiiaii'mtly. Fur sale at nl
" Aluminum iln.st, or powder, burns
at an exceedingly high temperature,
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All these pianos are marked (in plain figures) down to a imal profit. Wc must
sell a lot of them to make Rood. Wo have them on hand to sell. Terms : Cash or In
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Dr. Isaac William Brewer, the
great American authority on tropical. medicine,
has the following to say in his new-Jbopk,.
" Personal Hygiene In Tropical and Seipir
Tropical Countries," regarding the use of;
"The use and abuse of aloohol in the-tropics has been discussed with"
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a great deal of feeling. The total abstainers and many other. maintain
that it .is a, deadly poison in the tropics, while others argue that it is
on absolute necessity, i ' . '
"The troth lies between thee extremes. '
"There is no doubt that a little alcohol in the shape of a light
wine taken with meals it beneficial to (hose who suffer from lots of ap
petite or inability to digest food. Park put the daily amount of alcohol
that may be consumed by a healthy man at from one to one and one
half ounces, or an equivalent of two ounce of brandy, five ounces of
sherry, ten ounces of lighter wines, and twenty ounces of beer. Women
should take smaller quantities." '
Just what we have been preaching all along, and
we are not surprised to see our views confirmed
by such an eminent authority as Dr. Brewer.
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