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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T.H.; WEDNESDAY, FEI1. 2, 1010.
On Fort Street below King.
Stvect Waw Jr
For Good Furniture
FOR HIRE SADDLE and DRIVING
1128 FORT STREET
.itents (or theiHndion, Chalmers
uetrott, Kissel Kar, Oakland, Frank
lin and Pierce-'Arrow. r"
Your machine will be ready (ot
yon when we My-it will be.1! We
don't experiment on auto; we repair
BERN; has .hi, new 7-eated -auto!
ready (or business at tne
Proprietor and Manager.,
Corner Alakea jand Hotel Streets.,
'TTho Best-Built Oar in America"
(7 -& M
SCHUMAN CARRIAGE CO., LTD.'
HAVE YOUR AUTOMOBILE TQP
W. W. WRIGHT CO., Ltd.
7, W. KERSHNER
Auto Tire Repairing
1177 Alakea St.
MEW SEVEN-SEATED .IEXDJGTON
By Hour ,or Trip.
' ' ;PH0NE J9l "
.WE WILL WIRE vyOUE HOUSE .FOR
LIGHTS OR BELLS ' '
Union Eleotrio Co.,,
I. C. CARTER Proprietor
v Harrison Building, Beretania Street
M. A. GunsrVftsj
1 1 i
manufaetura'd from pur distilled wa
ter; Osllverad to any part of olty by
OAHU ICE ANB ELECTRIC CO.,
Kswilo. MTalsphons TT.'
Are the ART GOOPS shown in the
ARTS AND GRAFTS SHOP,
t The itinerary ot the fleet Is an ln-i
IU1VEH1I1 UUU. iUTIVIIlg Ub UUHU-
lulu, the vessels remained, In Hawai
ian waters until October 5, when the
long leg ot' tho voyage to the Ad
miralty Islands, covering a dlstanco
of 3587 miles, was commenced, the
Washington taking the guide, tho
vessels steaming In lino ot divisions
On the flagship Tennessee, Roy
Elmer VermllyoaV a, plumber and fit
ter, died at sen on October 12 of
pneumonia nnd nfter a brief burial
eervlca his befdy 'was consigned 'to
trio sea. A salute was fired, and
taps sounded. The days ''consumed
on the voyage to the' Admiralty Is
lriiitls were given over to1 drills, v on
tho 1,4 th there being, fctd a vflro
nnd collision drill.
(01r Father Neptune came aboard
tho Tennessee on Friday, October
IS, hailing ship and ordering It to
heave to. Ho and his staff called
upo'nV the commandor-In-chlef and
captain nnd left summons for offl
cdrs 'and men to 'appear before, a
high tribunal on the following day,
av which tl'mo Neptune raised his
flag and left' tho ship, only after
pjttlng'tho fresh Ash' through a
number of Interesting stunts."
On October 1? the fleet anchored
Jn Narcs Harbor, In the Admiralty
Jslnnds. , $ '
Manila was reached by Admiral
Sebreo's fleet on November 4, and
the cruisers spent over a month In
Philippine waters, sailing from Ma
nila" for Uongkong.pn 'December 10.
From November 12 until the first
ptirti of' December the various -vessels
indulged' In, 'bottle practise and ma
neuvers off the' Philippines, 'in tiie
vlclnltj' of Olougapo, the great naval
The vessels were at Woosung,
China, on Christmas; the weather
being' lino and a large number ot
men being .glv.cn forty-.cigbt hours
shore liberty. y '
The men speak' In 'the .highest
praise of tho efforts bf a delegation
ot. Shanghai Americans and others
who tendered the men of the fleet a
big dinner, at which over a thou
sand from tho fleet' participated.
licBlnnlng' with . the first of the
year, the ileet entered Chlnonselkl
St. at 1 p. m. At 11:15 passed Cal
lfornla and South Dakota 'en route
Shanghai;' they riringlri salute of. 13
guns, which was answered by this
ship with 7fguns. Came to anchor
at 5:50 off KakTzu Islands. '' '
Sunday; Jan. 2. 'Got under way
At .4:3d u! m.'- Stood ln tb-Wrds
Kobe at 2:48 p. m., resuming speed
nt. 4127 i). m.
'..". L .. . .....
3. At dawn went-
eu aiouiii mjiynma. ai j:iu p. in. i
came to anchor off Yokohama break-1
water,, and commander ot the third
squadron called on commander-in-chief.
Moil iccolyed, from U. S.
Tuesday, Jan. 4,' 'At "anchor Yo
kohama, Japan. Acting U. 'S. Con-.
suI-Gencral called officially and' was
given a '9-giin sdlhte) oh Uavlng the
ship. S. S. China left port at 2
Wednesday, Jan, .5. 'JIn a. m. all
Jiands were, paid and liberty, granted.
n-l.iitanr Inn. R At (1 tk m (hfl
commahdor-ln'-chlef ,nnd; command
ing officers ot Tennessee.' and Wash
ington called 'oil American 'Ambas
sador and the Jupaneso Minister of
Marine. Ilasebnll and'- liberty and
furlough' parties ashore,
.Fridny, Jn'n. 7. Held various
"drills in a. m. At 11:15 n. In', the
l). 8. Consul called on tho com-ninnder-ln-chlef;
was 'given 9-gun
sphtte ,qu dqparture. t
1 Saturday, Jan. 8.' Mall recelv'e'd
via S. S. Minesota. At 3:45 p. m.
'Rear-Admiral Harber was 'saluted by
Charleston with 13 guns, and; his
flag -hauled down. Tte flag Of Rear;
Admiral uuuuaru wusi nuwicu uu
the .Charleston and 13-gun salute
Sunday, Jan. 9. Light showers in
forenoon. Held divine service on
board nt 10:30 a. m., a chaplain
from ashore officiating. Liberty
party ashore. ' '
Monday, Jan. 10. Commander-in-chief
called' jpfficlally oh board
Charleston, an.'d waBlsaluted with 13'
guns on leaving, in p. m. Japanese
Minister of Mttrlrip', American Am
bassador, commander of' third squad
ron and captain of, the Washington
made official visits. Officers' held re
ception In'p. m.
Tuesday, Jan. 11. At 7:'45, a. m.
8. S. Manchuria came In and anchor-'
cd, nnd a'tv9:4i5 a, m. Olacler wont'
nlongsido of English collier to take
on coal. ' , , . ' .. '
T If MU
".'HjrThey are exclusive in most
If tt It'll
Wednesday, Jan. 12. Raining
steadily. Transferred BcVernl ma'-
rlnes to Yokohamn Hospital. Naval
collier Natishan stood In and an
chored at 5:40. v"
Thursday, Jan. 13. Naval collier
Alexandra stood In ami anchored at
9:40. Receiving commissary stores
from Olacler rigging coating gear
In p. m.
'Friday, Jan. 14. At C:40 a. m.
started'coallng; at 9t45 a. !.' Amer
ican Ambassador called on Charles
ton. Knocked off coaling at 6:30
Saturday, Jan. IS. Snowing and
ralrithgJ Did not start' coaling, , as
wenther would not permit'; washed
dbwn decks and sent liberty party
ashore at 4 p. in.
SuAday, Jan, 10. Commenced
coaling at C a. m. and finished nt 10
a. m. Liberty party returning.
Monday, Jan. 17. Receiving stores
from Olacler. Cleaning Bblp after
coaling ' '
Tuesday, Jan. 18. .Ships assem
bling from various ports, and coal
ing. Liberty party ashore.
t Wednesday,' "Jan. '19. Rigging
Bblp for coaling. Bag Inspection In
' Thursday, Jan. 19. Commenced
coaling at 'C:30 a. 'm. and finished
before' dinner) 'took on board about
ISO, tons. Oot under. way for Ho
'noliil'u at l'p. nf. Speed 15 knots.
Friday, Jan. 21. At sea, en route
Honolulu, Hawaii. Ships rolling and
pitching in moderato southeasterly
swell. At 10:45 a. m. set clocks
abend 30 minutes. Inafternoon held
Various drills, ltiiln oniinlln'
Saturday, Jan. 22. "'M sea. Sea
moderate and much warmer. Gen
eral field day In a. m. In' afternoon'
jthe comman'der-ln-chlcf, " his staff
and commanding' officer Inspected
crew. ' At 4 p. m. changed speed to
Sunday, Jan. 23. Sea moderate;
passing squalls. At 11 a. m. set
clocks ahead 23 minutes. At 5:55
"p'.'m. lialiey's comet was' seen off
pur starboard quarter; comet's head
luminous toward sun and tall very
Bllghtly spreading, ,ot about 2 1,-2
degrees in length. At 8 p. m;
stdndard speed was changed, to 8
Monday, Jan. 24. At G:30 a. m.
changed speed to 13 knots. Ships
sieaming in lormauon in line 01 di
vision in column open order. Dur
ing forenoon the commauder-ln-chief
'and' staff 'inspected tho ship.
Set clocks' ahead 19 minutes. At
,1:30 stopped1 ship 'and transferred
fleet engineer to ,U, S. S. Maryland.
During 'remainder of the day held
"damlral's Inspection;" Sighted
cornel again at aoput,&:&o p,
Tuesday, Jan.' 2D. At 12:3
m. turned on searchlights, as there
was a heavy fog. Held various
drills in forenoon and commander-
in-chief lnsnected same. At 2:35
"Maryland was picked up by the Cal
ifornia and taken in tow. Set clocks
nh'ehd 21 minutes.
.Wednesday, .Jan. 26. Sea smooth.
At 9 a. ni, second division formed
line' left oblique Held general
quarters and abandon ship drills for
Thursday, Jan. 27. At 7:30 a. ni'.
signal was made to second division
tb open 'order; first division half
speed. Made preparations for tak
ing second division in taw; at 10
a. m. each ship of first division had
a shin In tow. Set clocks ahead
IB l'w2 mlnsfces. Towllne parted and
did not make any effort to take ship'
In tow 'again. Steamed ahead at
speed of ton knots. , '
I Thursday, Jan. 27i All shlrto
with exception of Calltfornia and
Maryland, steamed ahead at 12
knots. AV8':24' p".'m. received wire
less message from Honolulu tba't
Pprhv had-betm-idtstVoyecl 'by flood.
Crossed the I80tl,)jierldlnn, where
upon wo galnett a day, therefore
having' 'two Thursday; January
Jan'."'"28. General hefd
irriuuy, jan. sa. uuuerui nem
dayj"'cleanlng up 'tor Saturday's In
spection. Ships steaming in forma
tlon in line.
Saturday, Jan., 29. In forenoon
commanding officer Inspected crew
and ship. 'Set clocks ahead 30 min
utes. All hands "homeward bound!"
Camera Fiends In Evidence,
The Japanese custom officers be
lieve in enforcing tho tariff duty to
tho limit as the following will show,
A sailor 'from tho West Virginia 'took
soven small 'sacks of Dull Durham to
bacco ashore with him, tobacco being
so high In Japan that ho did not'earo
to run out of a' Dupply while on Bhoro;
a aAitcu-itom, otpcer saw the sacks nnd
Ti.lJM.J ..rf.ll hn S.W1,1 tM or,. .in nt
iisiH-iu'"'!"'! ,".y.v"V"",j; js,""" "
Tfirttwii sicTrlrahlsJoblng -the amount
pf tobccothat'tho.0Hst0m law1 of .la
pirn allows cacb' man' who lands In Din
Nippon without haying to nay duty.
Thrt nollco rjrf"Nair'n'pakl wore 'also vig
ilant nnd n 'few fy ttJQmor'a.'ilarlng
amateur photographers ho took "their
cameras ashore, were caught and the
films, destroyed, v Ttra camera fields
have no kick coming though, for they
wero Well aware of; the taw rclallngMo
the cam Ins of cameras In Jaram
tjulfo a few fljio photogrnphs wero oh'
mined nevertheless and win uo all tne
more enjoyed "on nccoun tot the risk
thoy took in procuring them.
Tl nn.l tl.a Wflltoi" t Tt fft.l n M M AH.
ter,tatno(l"a Fargo numbci',o( thejr
irionasinsi evening in nuiuir i inu
tenth' anniversary Ot their marriage.
Tho 'affair was held, lu tho, Kllnhaua
Art League bulldlris. tho Interior of
whjch,1 was. bcnutlrplly arranged .fo'fJ
evening and tho reception later' When
inn viiiiiit'viiiu iiruLiuiu in liiu uunt.
ur. and Airs, tionniann mci uieir
guests. Tho Idea vih comcthlng qiilto
new' for Honolulu and U madb an even
ing of perfect enjoyment. Mrs. I loft
nian Ih en actress of exceptional nl)l;
Uy arid sho as assisted in her pro
gram oy local laicnr. , , Bj.
IN TPANCE 107 DAYS.
' 'FlTTSIlURO, Jan.-, 16. Mre. Kato.
Mendelsohn, the woman who has been
in a speechless tranca In tho'Passavant
.Hospital ,hclfo for 107 days, 'awoke
early today, smlledjand. asked foi bcr.
husband, nnd then' lapsed back Into an
other, deep tranco after leaving" an
affectionate message "for 'tho missing
man.' A few'"hours'J5ter aiurso, fall;
ed "to perceivd her pulse: ''Close ex
amination showed that Mrs. Mendel
sohn bad breathed her last,- and the'
physicians acknowledge defeat in
trying' 'to dlagnoso "tho ens'd. An
autopsy 'wlll-'bd'hc'l."' .
Every method known tp mcdlclno
and surgory was' rcsdrtcti to In order
tmS rouso tho woman 'froni h3r Bleep,
but without avall. 'During' Hie cntlro
?crlod sho did ho't seen 'tp 1O0 suff or
ng 'aud'o'ccaVIolially a'sblllO' could be
seen. Only once did she awake, and
then for a few minutes only. Sho
said her tranco 'had been a .long, sweet
dream. . t
Mr. Mendelsohn' thinks that his wife
must have boon shocked into uncon
sciousness when tho baby tumbled out
of bed September 30. Ho believes
she must' havo supiased the) child was
Ono hour after 'Captain Parker iad
left, for Hawaii uh tho MaunsfKca yes
terday, his .wlfo died i at tho family
residence on Llllha Direct. Captain
Parker was not notified until ho
reached Lahalha, where a wireless an-
iiuuhciuk uio san news was awaiting
him' and he' Immediately started back.
Mrs. Parkor'w'ns about 'flftv voa'rs of
ago. and had 1)ben subject for some
time to- miming nts, nitnougn sno was
Bii'nnosedlfc Veil' whin Tier hbsban:!
lfertr - , .. . - .., . ,
AT 1$ iffjli PJRICES
Honolulu Wire Bed Co.,
' KAKOLANI BLOCK
, Cbrner Alakeerand King Streets
HAWAH i ' '
CURIO ,C0.. I
PEARL'S NORTH POLE SKATES
ON EXHIBITION AT THE '
No Hold-overs in Our -
' DISTILLED WATER' -
It's Always Fresh
Arctic Soda Water Works
LEITHEAD & WOODWARD
The Fashion Saloon
Meet your friends there rand enjoy
the lunohes and drinks.
Hotel Street near'FoH'
' jtr .'' . it-., S an
Jack Scully, Jack Roberts.
San Francisco Hotels
- HOTEL -
1 OHi Street, abotro Unlon Square
1 Juil oppiilW tTotfl'St'MncIf
' European Plan, $1.60 day up
' American Plan $3.00 a, (lay up )
Steel and brick structure, fdrnli,
Ingscost S2O0.0O0. BleUchii hotel'
.moderate rites. Center of theatre
lerringauover city, omnibus meets
all trains arid; steamsrs. ' Send (or
booklet with map of San Francisco.
. Hotel Stewart bow recognized as
Army and Navy Headquarters.
Three hundred rooms, nearly all
with bath. Circulating ice water
to each room. Built, equipped and
conducted to please the really criti
cal. 1 Half a block from Union
Square, two blocks (rom Market St.
Convenient to principal shops, thea
ters and railroad offices. Omnibus
at (all steamers.
Special attention to Honolulu trade.
Without bath f 1.50 per day up
With balK 2.00 per day up
-Meals table d' hote or a la carte
Management of Ons 0. Larm.
to get a Gold Watch (or 1 per week
is here. The beauty o( it is, you can,
with that little saving, at 'the end
Of a short time have a first-class
tjmepiecc or some, other article worth
COME AND SEE US ABOUT IT
Phone 512. 113 Hotel St.
Pau Ka liana
' The soap that docs, the worV
' "At all Groceri." . " '
Slop That Cold
4 i i
' Chambers' '
will do it.
Cor. Fort 'and Xing St.
M. PHILLIPS fs CO.
W I ' I
Wholesale Importer and Jobber.
AMERICAN DRY GOODS
iuni una wujutflf DA9,pu
, .1 '
BLANK BOOKS "" ,
v AND OFFICE .DIAUSi
Wall, Nichols l& Co!
A (nil tusortment, size 24"x98"
to 48"xl2p", and gauge No. 10 to
no. zo just to nana.
1 We do .sheet metal work of all
kinds, and ' guarantee satisfaction.
Your patronage is solicited.
PR0MPT1ATTENTI0N TO JOBBING
EMMELUTH & CO., LTD.
Phone 21). 143 King St.
Bulletin Business Office Phone 25B
,T-.-n' - ' ' ' , , . v i
Local people nnd strangers to know
fhntJNOIte's Is 'p'ace to get the
ilggcst nud best raaaliln Honolulu
or twenty-five, cents. 822 Fort
Man to assist on automobile lamps
and radiators; one who has scrvea
as coppersmith. J. ,V". Kershner,
1177 Alakea St. 4530-lw
Everyone to ask for the Dig Nlckol
Tablet. For sale nt the Uulletln
office and lu siutloncry stores, tt
''A. I). C." wishes to Invest money In
a good going business. Aiunesi
"A. II. C", Uulletln oftlco. 4531
The rest of, your family to know
about It say It Is The llonlno and
'way above the ordinary.
At once, a competent driver. Apply
nt the French Laundry. 4531-31
Thrco or four first-class carpenters.
Address "R.", Uulletln. 4531-3t
A good draftsman. Apply No. Cll
Stnngcnwntd Dldg., City. 4531-tf
Clean wiping rags at tfca Bullttla of
fice; SITUATION WANTED.
Dy bright American boy ot 15
office, store or outside work out
of school hours. (Inlc, P. p. Ilox
596. ' 4533-2t
Dy young Japanese, situation In
store. ' Good worker. Small wage
to start. "A. II.", this office.
On or near Hackfeld wharf, a gold
locket with monogram "R. J. T."
Return this office. 4530-3t
Tho place to get the blggost and beet
mear in nonoiuiu lor iweiuy-rrvo
cents. It. Is Nolto's, at 822 Fort
St. " 452-t
Dr. F. SCHURMANN
Comer Union and Beretania fta.
House Consulting, ,S-3 p. m. lat-
urdayi excepted. Operating, 8-H
a. m., 3-6 p. m. '
S. E. LUCAS,
Masonic Building, cor. Hotel and
Anyone in need of first-class spec
tacles properly fitted call on him.
AR. HOWAT, D. V. S.
HOURS Club Stables: 10 a. m.
to 12'm.J 3"td 5 p. m. Residence:
8 ,to IQ a."m.j 1 to 3 p. m.
, PHONES-Club Stable, 109; Res
Come and learn jaxUcfllan at
TOWNSENU UNDERTAKING CO.
Beretania ftt'Opp. taeka.
FOR SODA WATER
RYCROFT'S FOUNTAIN SODA
HONOLULU DANCING ACADEMY
Meets Monday and Friday night at
8:30 o'clock, Kilohana Art Jjeagne,
nnder the direction of
, OTTO BURMESTER.
New Dances a Sneeialtv.
'information (nrnished bv Otto
Bunnester. Phone 'Res. 1170.
P. H. BURNETT1
. Cpvr. of Deeds'for California and
New York; NOTARY PUBLIC;
Grant,. Marriage Licensee Draw
Mortgages,, Deeds, Bill of Sal,'
tease, 'Willi, Etc. Attorney (or tht
District Courts. 79 MERCHANT 81"
HqNQLULU; PHONE 310.
'tSend (or Our Select List of ,
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THE DAKE ADVERTISING
- AGENCY. INC. '
427 S. Main St., Los Angeles, Cal.'
12, Geary St., San Franciscp.
185 editorial rooms 250 buslt
nes office, Tlesa are the telaphontj
numbeVs of, the BMllstr offlcs, ' "J
V " ' " -lib"
Reach cottage at Diamond Head.
Address "N.", uulletln office.
Two cottages, furnished or unfur
nished. Apply Cecil llrown,
Clean furnished rooms; $1, 11. GO, 12
per week. i2Sl Fort St. tl
Two furnished rooms. Apply Mrs.
D. McCounell, 1223 Emma St.
Furnished cottuge& rooms. Phono
ROOMS AND BOARD.
Cool furnished- rooms and cottage,
with or without board. 134
Nuuanu Ave., near School St.
Prices moderate. 4450-tt
Tho TraiiBO envelope a time-saving
Invention, ro addressing neces
sary Iq sending dut bills or re
ceipts. Uulletln Publishing Co.,
solo agents 'for patentee. I' tt
A very neat littlo home near Pubn
hou college, Mdsqultq-proof; ' 3
bedrooms; pprcelaln bath; station
ary wash tub; Inrge lanal. ' "II.
J.", Ihlllcttn qfllce. 4529-tt
Diamonds and Jewelry bought, sold
nnd exchanged. Ilargalns in
1 watches, musical goods, etc. 'I.
Carlo, Fort St. "Mu
Men's clothing on credit tl down,
11a week; suit g'lvon nt once. ' F.
Ivy Outfitting Co., Sachs Dldg.,
Fort 8t. 4529-tt
Inter-Island and Oahu Railroad ship
ping books, at Uulletln office. tl
Sclniors, knives, razors, saws, lawn
mowers ground and sharpened:
good work:- Phone 1161. Cor.
Klnau and PIkof Sts. 4494-lm
Piano taught in 6 mot, 3 montk'. (8
lessons). Bpeclal attention1 to
adult beginners. Jluslc, Dulletln
EMPLOYMENT AGENCT. '
Xapanwe Employment Aasociatlon,
Maunakea near Aast Theater. Call
up phone fdl If you want a cook,
good' boy or servants. -
MARIE KENNY, (rom San Frands-
to.' unramic OIUQ10. ' 170 Dor
tanla. Phone 33.
fee Wag Kee-Prumber ui Tinssith.
mlth St., bat. Hbttlfend PanahlT'
M. E. Silvar
UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER
tTompt ana route Attention
1180 FORT STREET PHONE 178
V Night Call. 1014 ,'
v rjl UM Fort St
.i FINS ROLLS AND BUNS. - i
BOSTON BAKED BEANS. V
BOSTON BROWN BREAD.
BEST HOME-MADE BREAD DT
' " TOWN.. ' '
-f 'Ring up' 197.
1 W nm
IVV w. i
DeUTered to tuUium
offloe at tie mi
hundred in 10-lb. Mi
4 Marehant at. ' I
LEADING HAT CLEANEB8.
All Kinds of Hat Cleaned and
No Acid Used. "Work Guaranteed.
FELIX' TURR0, Specialist,
1154 Fort Street. 0pp. Cemreat,
Honolulu, T. H.
Consulting, Designing and Con
Bridges, Buildings, Concrete Struc
tures, Steel, Structures, Sanitary. 8yt-
tenia, iusrons ana Animate on rro
jects, Phone 145.
GOOD MEALS FOR 85 CENTti
NEW AND EXPERIENCED COOK,
Everything in Season.
' Hotel. Street, near Fori . .
. We want to see all our old eao,
tosaer come back. , ,f
wit ! '" 5le''.mii?l
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