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CVENINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., TUESDAY. JUNE 27, 1911.
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KINO STREET. NEAR ALAKEA
Phone 3035 P. O. Box 491
Coast Artillery Man Detailed
As Instructor In Drill ,
' at School.
Klrst Llfciitcnntit Ccorco B. Turner,
of the coast nrtlllcry corps, lias been!
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Bclenca nml tnctlca at tlio Kiinielm
meha school, ncourdltiK to news re
ceived today, l.leut. Tumor mid, nil
other ufllcer from Sc)iofloli IlarruekH
applied for tlio liosltlon, It Is under
stood, and tlio liens that Lieut. Turn
er Is to direct tlio Knincliniiieha Inns
B The personnel of tlio Btnff of Mnjo,"
penerol Arthur Murray, who will iik
Biimo chwr(?o of the western division
flf Ihn aroit, lull 1 lltlil ('KtllllltHll
. -. ...v. ....., -..,, . . - -
' headquarters In Sn'i KmiicIhco. wns
kIvoh out In nrmy circles recently. It
will consist of Colonel V. A. Nlcholt,
chief of stnffi Lieut. Colonel T. C
lliodlo, ndjutant general; Colonel
George llell Jr., Inspector general; as
sistants, Majors T (1. Maiildiu; J. 11.
Krlor, (loorgo Ulakely; Judgo ndvo-j
cate. Major uinmon winsnipj cninr
quartermaster, colonel Frederick von
Schroder; assistant, Mujnr II. J.
Ilntupton; chief commissary, Major
Clinrlcs It. Kranthoir; cjilcr mirm-un,
Colonel It'. O. Egbert; assistant. Lieu
tennnt Colonel II. H. T. ynrrls; chief
engineer officer. Lieutenant Colonel
Thomas II. Itees; ordnance otllccr,
Lieutenant Colonel Coldcn KuxkIcr;
chief signal olTVccr, Mujor Frank
Qreon; coast defense olllror, Colonel
Kreilerlck Marsh; assistant. Major
William 0. Ilnun.
The majority of theso olllcers are
not nt present attached to this de
partment and most of them are now
in tlio east. -.The staff or Ceucral
Tusker II. Dllss, department com
mander will lie reduced to nn adju
tant general and tno aids.
General Tnsker II Wis will ho ro
Moved as head of the department In
the course of a few weeks. And either
piomoted or assigned a more Import
ant department General Daniel
Tlriish, nt present In tlio east, will
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Invn Itln ulnun nn.f t.llt An, at. Hal. ttlal
....... ... i...v u.mi ...ii in"'nii ii'"
headquarters at Fort Mllcy,
llHttorles I) und H of tlio First field
artillery from Fort Sill, Oklahoma,
arrived nt the I'realtllo list weok and
pitched camp on tlio Infantry parndo
ground, where they will remain until
the sailing of the transport ror Ha
waii. They will he stationed At Kclio-
flold barracks In Hawaii and will form
pert of the Jirlgado of troops tho war
department Is sending to guard these
Ilntterles A und 11, Fifth field artil
lery, which has been stationed at the
1'ioBldlfi for seveinl yonis, will turl
over to tho twu tiallorles of tho Firm
artillery all their animals, gnus unci
equipment so Unit they may tnkethem
to the Islnndn with them. Tho two
battel les of tho Fifth nitllleiy will
proceed to Fort Sill and there assume
tho guns, nnlninls und equipment the
other two batteries left theie.
This movement will lcao the 1're
sldlo without any field artllleiv until
tho arrival hero of a mountain bat
tery from Manila Rome, time within
tlio next two months.
WASHINGTON, Juno II. Army
orders: First Lieutenant John I'ratt
imasslgucjl, upon relief from duty nt
Coast Artillery bcIiooI, Fort Monroo
Vn., will proceed to headquarters -if
tlin !irtlllnt-i itlutilt .f I limnliili. f.tt
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duty, as district qualtermnster.
i."j "iuin no?- inninviuiL ij-
mnister it. II. Westlake Is detached
in duty nt tho nnv.il station, Tu-
a, Samoa, to Annapolis.
Assistant I'ayiunster tT It. Zlvunls-
kn Is detached from duty as pay olu
cer nt tho naval station, Tutullii, Sa
moa, to duty ns general stvro keep
er mid Island treasurer, naval sta
tion, Tiitulla. '
Capt. Moore to De Rear Admlr.il.
WASHINGTON. June 11-ltear Ad
miral Kossuth Nlles of Illluoin was
placed upon the retired list today on
nccounl or age. IIIh Inst duly was
as n member of the examining nml
He wns a volunteer In the army
during tho civil war, but was trans
ferred to the navy In ISO.". During
tlio Spanish wnr lie wns on duty at
tho naval station at Newport.
Admiral Nile's retirement will re
sult In the promotion to the grade of
rear admiral of Captain C. 11. T
Moore', nt piescnt commandant of thotloned nt Fort Shifter, Hawaii
OUR. GRAND OPENING
New Merchandise in All Departments
Thursday and Friday, June 29 -30
Outfit Will Be Gotten To
gether -N On the
Tho next poto'locullng expedition
will sail from H;in Francisco Feme
time next jeur, and In thin connec
tion the coast paper lias tho follow
ing: Kvelyu Hrigg4 llaldwln, Arctic ex
plorer, will arrive from Sacramento
today, und Is coming' hcic to lutlld a
ship and orgntilro nil expedition Unit
will set out for the Xoitli I'ole In ' and a part of this amount already
1!M3. I Ims been rnUed.
llaldwln, who, n'l a follow explorer j.ln llidree Ma) (l.
of I'enty mid Audrec. won distinction llaldwln was In Sacrninento yes
long before he organized, the Ilald-! terduy conferring with II. .1. Aiidrcc,
w'n-Zlegler expedition to Frnnj Jo-1 assistant weather observer at tho
Reph Land, lias evolved n plan for capital and grutid-iiephew of tho
reaching tho .Vortli Pole that bus re- I courageous and Ill-fated Andree who
rolwil tho approval of Admiral 'hQvcr returned after Hunting Into tho
George W. Melville, Admiral Hobley ! frozen mists with the balloon In
1'vnns ami other persons Interested
In Arctic exploration. .
The plnn of llaldwln Is to equip
.. ... . ..
ul s'" lie 111111111 hero with prol
,,, fop f . r ' J r ,
"aval training station nt San rr.,n-
tinea . .
Maim: rai ivn i.. i, . -
nt s nie being in.ulo to c h,rt nIla,,lwln J"-f''ly- "'H"' government
scries t experiments at the nnvnl i '""I'.1 'V' ""l"1'11" " , w,,n,,,,M
hlallon hero next month lo ilelermlno,,";ltl,"" "l lllls """"' "t"1 xMt ls ""
the iirnctlcablllly of nn Invention (t-f'f lllt' reus""8 wll- " sl1111' ,ls" 't
tlgned for use In sending wlrelcsm"8 tl" 8,ar""K I'''"1". It alto lias
liiesMigei' fiom ueroplanes. 'Ihn ap-,""lur n(lvi""n8eM to lecommend It.
paratus l tho work of II. j. Morlnl'" il""1 W,ni ,''
and fl. H. Whlttnn, cleclrlciaiH fn.iul ""r ',,,in u '" f'""' the course
the cjulscr West Virginia, mid Is said, ""' ,cr'"' ,nol'l'1l" ''"HI wo get
to overcome the disadvantages of l"t" "l0 lc0 l):"'k ","' then lloat tilong
weight and bulk which have baffled wlUl " "I"" wc "'"" ,,v'r "'" Nnrtli
other Inventor!!. The experiments are ,'",n "'"' nrimml Into the North At
to bo condij"ted under the niirrvl- 'nn,,e'- Wo s,,a" ,,(! fmlr 'f!'r 1"
Rlon of Lieutenant It. M. Fnrweli, it tlp li" pack, ll Is estimated, and i.linll
S N. , l progress nt tho rate of uuotit one de-
' Pree a month, or two miles a day.
Lieutenant Martin C. Wise, upon, cay.
his relief from dutv nt the unlit i ' "The experience of the JennetfH
nendemy. wdll proceed to join that and the Fram have guided us In plnn
porllon of the Twentieth infantry stn- nlng for tills expedition Thele.m-
to drift with the IrtfVack lo the pole,
sending wireless bulletins from time
to time on the progress of lili undei-
n Sjirrlm iiW U.ili.
There I? lo he no spectacular dusli
made for the pole, such as wag un
dertaken by I'eary with ilofM, or suill
ns the more spectacular Dr. Fied
erlck Cook look by absent treatment
while feeding jjumdrops and dried
penincan to tho Uskiinu aids who
toofced after IiIh writing pads and Ink
llaldwln Is an accredited man of
science, who hart the Indorsement of
nearly all the lending men of the
American nny und the directors of
(lit1 Caitiegle Institution, who aro
helping lilm to finance tlio expedi
tion Hint will hct out from this city
Tho exptdltlon will cost $.iOu,000,
which he ventured on his daring voy
age of northern exploration. Young
Andira has 'tho family blood of ad
venture In his veins, and he will
probably form one of the members of
Itlio crew of twenty-five or thirty that
"". .' . V ., . l'"B. Wl . '"
" "ntpntlon Is to have the ox-
ti.llll.i.l ant ..it, F.nni S3 ... I'....... tn..
I 1" ..... OVfc ..14L IIVIM .,.111 , ltlll(,l3l-l,
to 1'olnt Harrow, Alaska," explained
ette. It will be remmuheied, was the
boat used bv the fit- Long expedition,
and was crushed In the tee ner two
jears or eventful cruising.
The ship will he equlpp'tl wlt.i
wltelcsB apparatus, and wo slm.l l.e p
In cohtmuiiluitloli with tlio station .t
I'olnt Hill row ns long as wo are with
in sending distance. Thero Is n wire
less Hiatton on Siltzbergoii Islnnd.
and I hollow that wo could kte,i In
coininunlratlon with thU stutloti fiom
tho North I'ole. Another stu'lon Is to
bo Installed nt tho I'rtuilofT islands,
to wo inn have a chain of wlivlesn
stntloiifl that would menu Uiai San
Franclteo and the rest of the .voild
would know we had crossed over the
pole within a very short time after
the feat hud been accomplished. -il'InMi
"In addition to trying to reach the
polo, we slinll oImi endeavor to com
plete the magnetic survey fo. the
Carnegie Institute, which lias dune
considerable work already in this
"The ship I propose to Imro built
In fe'mi Frnnelsco will, of conire, hi
built with tho especial object of ac
commodating Itself to the ten pack
I huvo courcried with Admiral George
Melville or l'hlladolphln, who was
chief engineer on tho Jeam Ito. and
he npnrovc9 of the plans I have for
"I have been working on thin proj
ect for eighteen years, und IHI.-vo I
have evolved u sure menus of reach
ing the North I'ole."
ARMY AND NAVY MOTES.
HAN ritANOIKCO Th" Thirtieth
ond Klghtb icglinentH or liifnntrv.
vvblcli have liwn ordered lionn- on the
transport l.nElin. embnil.inl on the
troopship yesterday mid will arrive nt
theli stations here and In Monterej on
Lieutenant-Colonel nuellrl II iVtek,
iiicillenl cnrpr, chief stir -ron. and MuJ.
Jiuvldi O'Nell. Tlilrlh'lh Infnhtiv. hi, r
or stuQ of the provisional brivini. . tiuvv
at !-Viri Iilegoi will return to tile Pre
sidio upon the romplutlun of their duty.
Invo nf absence for one month ls
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