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VININO 1ULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, WEDNESDAY, DEC. 6, 1011.
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WASHINGTON, D. C, Nov. 21.
TheAmci lean, nary Ir now Amerl
can In tact or well na In name. A
ijuartcr if a century or bo ago, when
llio Amci leans, began the work of
creating n modern nnvy, Iho crews
were mado up of a large" portion of
aliens, imt now oaly native Amerl
inns ttrd enlisted, nml it has beeli
oinvtnlly nnnounccd by the Navy tie
pnliment Hint 9R her cent, of the
men nt present serving on American
vessels of war are native born Ameri
cans. Neutralized citizens of foreign
birth are accepted, but men bJrn In
tho United 8taten are preferred. In
tho early dajB of Iho modern Amoif
Mli navv Chlhcso were ntmost nt.
tluslvely employed oa stewards, mess
nitendaiils, Snd cooks, but wheli
John Chinaman wan no longer made
welcome hla place wan taken by the,
Jupaucsc. Since it hag 'become the
fashion In iho United States to look
upon every Japanese as a spy, and It
It iKiptilnrly supliosed that Japanese
Admirals are willing to become mess
"bojs" on American battleships ,on
tho chance of picking up scraps of
Information, Japanese have been (Ill
placed by Filipinos. '
It Is Interesting lo note that the;
Majority of the enlisted men of Ihe
liavy now come not from" the Atlan
tic br Pacific seaboards, but from the
Interior, a thousand miles or mdre
from salt water, and thjit many of
them hever seen the sen until ther
f.re sent io Ihe receiving ships to
learn ihelr first lessons as sallortneti.
These men are sailors on the dreal
Lakes, which Is the breeding ground
of the American seaman, or they
come from the farm and the factory,
and a great deal better sailors they
mako (hah In the old days, when the
sailor aa gathered up- from the
scum of 'humanity on the water front
and "man-handled" Into shape. Ah
the modern shin Is a Aniline ma.
shine hon the recruiting- officers try
to secure lis sailors young men who
have a liking for mechanics And
electricity, and the education they
receive s so thorough that at the
'ml of their threo years' period of
enlistment they can always find good
places In manufacturing establish
pienls. t, Is one of the grievances
of American naval officers that no
sooner does a man really become
valuable On board ship than he
abandon the service to get a job
paying two or three times as well-in
WORLD-CRUISE IS lUMMKMIIKATM)
BY C. S. ALBERT.
(KihHiiI II ii llrt Mi Cortennunce.)
WASHINGTON, D. C, Nov. 24.
Tleur Admiral Hugo Osterharia, com
mniidcr-lu-chtef of the United States
Atlantic fleet, has beeri granted a
mouth's leave of absence from Nov
ember in, with pernilssloh ttt go
ulnoad. It Ih understood that Admll-dl
Ostethnus Is going on a visit, io Ills
aged father, Brig, den. Peter J, js
tertians, U. 8. A..' retired,, who resides
at nulahurg-Rhlne, Germany. Rear
Admiral Aaron Ward will cntntndml
the , fleet during Admiral OsierbauV
absence. , '
EventH In tho cruise of Ihe Amerl-
rmi lintllpil.lii flpnt nl-niitiil lha nH
weie conimelnoraled a ,Ratucher'si In
a illiineY attended Jiy, 'offfceYa " .who
irnfu mi mo iiaiiieHiiip verniom
during that voyage and their wives,'
The urcarlnri was Inade doubly i'n-
terer.tlnc when a letter from Lieut.
Comdr, L. C. Palmer, director of na-1
. i, .v .),ii i
val target practice, was read, stat
Ihg that the dinner date was the
third anniversary of the Vermont's
winning or ) he ,uatiti practice gun
nery trophy In Manila Day In 1908.
Commander Painter was then onl
nance officer of the Vermont, and
Went. Comdr. Overstreet, who sue
ceeded him, held the trophy ihe fol
ine senior omcer present was
Ilear Admiral Potter, who commanded
the Vermont fmtn llntnnton iin.ni. in
Manila, 'Bay1, where he hoisted his.
uB PR cunimuuiwr 01 me rnuriu HI
vision, and who succeeded In com
inariil of the VCrmont bv Captain,
now Rear Admiral, F. P, Fletcher.
The meVu card chowed a bluelac
set or rather a greenjacket, since
green and white are the Vermont col-
crs-aMUdelUie globe," with fa battle
ship; tucked jiinlci; pno. arm and a Ver
moitt flac.lnilhc oilier hnnri. .
Among those"prescnt were Rear
Admiral and, Mrs. Potter and Miss
Loss of '.iiittftlte br Wire? After
Kallng a Symptom That Slionld
Sot He Disregarded.
Annolltc Is just n naturnl desire for
jftwl t tM tt nlitial'ttA sis. kliimnnkl
innii lirnri ui uriur ii fiiriiitiv
distress after eating liullcnte Indiums
tlnh or dysptpsln. Our-catliiK l n.
habit very dangerous to n pvrun
g'ood general health.
it m nnl uliftl Vnii tint Imt tilint villi
dlgtat rind assimilate that does you
good. Home of the strongest, Heaviest,
and healthiest persons arc moderate
Ther Is nothing- that wilt cause more
trouble than n disordered stomach, and
many people dnlly commit serious
maladies simply through disregard or
abuse of the stomncli.
We urge all In Honolulu who suffer
from any stomach derangement, hull
gestlon, or dyspepsia, whether acute or
rhtonlc, to try Kexall DvspepMa Tab
lets, with the distinct understanding
that we will refund their money with
out question or formality, If nfier rea
sonable use 'of this medicine, they tiro
not perfectly satisfied with the results.
We recommend them to our customers
every day, and hnc yet to hear of
any one who litis not been benefited by
them. We honestly believe them to bo
)ltliont equal. They give (ry prompt
relief, nldlng to neutralise the gnstrlc
juices, strengthen the dlgesthe or
gans, to regulate the bowels, nnd thus
to promote perfect nutrition, nnd erad
icate nil unhealthy symptoms.
We, urge ou to try n 21c. box of
Rcxnli Dyspepsia Tablets, which gives
IS days' treatment. At Ihe end of
that time, our money will be returned
to you If you are not satisfied. Of
course. In chronic cases length of treat
ment varies. For such cdt-es, we have
two larger size, which sM for Kuc. and
$1.00. Remember, you ran obtain Ilex
nil Remedies In this cninmunllv only
nt our store the ItcxiiH Hlure, lleil-
Fan. timnn r i;n, i.iii., I on ami iioiei
t.uis Jackson, the Industrial commis
sioner of Hie Erle"ltfillrbhil Company,
write, to the Hawaii Promotion Com
mltleej under date of' Nmemher IS,
saying: 'i enjoyed my brief stay In
Hawaii sb much Hint I fel-l It my duty
in tell all my friends nil about your
wonderful Islands nnd do not 'doubt
that good will come of It."
Wm. Hall, who pleaded guilty to
breaking the auto speed laws, was
fined' five dollars nnd costs In pollen
Potter, Rear Adpilral and Mrs. Flet
cher, Commander nnd Mrs, Adelbert
Mthousej. Surgeon V. M. Furlong,
Lieut. Comdr. Oierslreel, Limit
Comdr. and Mra. Charles P. Snyder,
Paymaster and Mrs. Cecil Raker,
Lieut. Comdr. II. I.. Hihiser, Lieut.
11. A. Btuart, Lieut, and' Mrs. 11. U.
Qanaga,' Passed Assistant Surgeon
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WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Gunther's Celebrated Chicago Candies
In plain or holiday boxes a? customer prefers
Fresh Chocolate's and Candies
Of our own make, in plain or holiday boxes
Home-Made and imported Candiefc of every description sold wholesale to
' "' ! Stores, Churches and Charitable Organizations
116 South Hotel Street
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BY C. s: ALBERT.
ISiwclnl nnl let In Ctriiiiond'nce.)
.WAtSiliNUTO.N'. I). K. Nov. 24.
Mr. Heckman Wlnlhrop tiding secre
tary of tho navy, bus awarded to the
))lehl Manufacturing Company, ot
K CONTRACT IS
tiieiit has, ruled that the whole award
shall go to the lowest bidder, the
Kllzabethpoxt. N. J , a contract to coii-iBlcc'r'c Company, but as the Depart
struct for the new bnttlehlpH Now
York nnd Texas vlectilrul turret op
erating equipment for the suit! of $'"7.
S00. There Vere but two bids for the
workthe other being lliat of tho flen
eral felectrlc Company, at 182.321,
For a number of jenrx the Hureaii
of Ordnance of Ihu Navy Department
found It Impossible Id obtain nuy
rompelltlon"4n Ihe mnniifaclnre and
supply of onl nance electrlcsl iippui te
Dlchl Mnntlfacturlng Company fculered
the field nnd is now u coniictltur for
this class of work. It wila the desire
of the Utlreaii of Ordnance. It possi
ble, that part of Iho piesent contract
should be awarded to the Renerai
praprlatlons should' wrtflralyiiirpcar
to he necessary, Ihe Iltireau would
huvo the opisirtuhlt' lif Unrwlng that
the General Klectrlc Company was not
led up with commercial contracts
which would prevent It from handling
Navy Department ordnance work,,
Tho work now awarded to the Dlehl
concern .for the New York ami the
Texas Is some of the most Important
work on tho battleships, with the pos
sible exception of the big guns and
motive power. It consists of, for each
in upper hoist turret equipments al
10 lower hoist motors nnd brakes nt
10 elevating equipments at $!),404.00.
1(1 rammer equipments at ty.293.oo.
Company will for n jierlod of a't leaV., Tl,,e '"'"J," nn '" J?'-00 for
n ten, i,A ,ihl,At J,..w ,., ii, ii...i'1'i' " ships, but the Dlehl concern
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rcnu of Ordnance, ami
force and facilities bo dl
,l h, i "lie iwo snips, mil me uivni concern
U Ula.T. i lB-t to do It all for $77,500. Tho
,i . ; emilpment for Ihe New York Is to go
jnerted in , le New York Navy Vari, Bm, f(ir
i in i nvnu io i nt in wnn niaBnnM
News .SlifpbuildliiK aiid Dry Ikick
Company, wheie the ships nro being
iai an Allen blue French velqur, 'ii
concern, the (Icueral Klccilc(
which, trimmed simply nnd turned up
at one side, made ml nttinrtltc trav
eilng hat. ' I
For dress affairs she simply puta '
n mass of white ulgrettes on It and
Tho Iluieaii desired. Ir linsslhtn. iniNows liliihulldlni: ainl l)rv Kick nlaces a doner here nnd there.
keep Ihe General Klectrlc Company's! Company, wheie the ships am being Mrs. Lougworth has long been noted
ptani anil men "on the string,'' so tniniiiu. ( ror her beautiful and effective bills,
siieak, so that If ordnance work at1 The Dlchl concern's first contract 8ho alma to make her hats suit her
mnl wns for the ships of Iho typo of
Iho Dreadnought "Delaware." They
also obtained n similar contract for
the battleship Arkansas. Tho Oui
eral Klectrlc Company obtained thla
class of work for the batlleshipa;
Florida and Utah.
MRS. ALICE L0NGW0RTH
OWN BONNET TRIMMER
WASHINGTON, November 19. Mrs.
Hoosevclt I-ongworth trims her own
In passing through Washington re- 1
cently Mrs. Longworth proudly din-
played to her friends what shu called,!
lier '"reversible hut." , ' -j
This marvel of the milliner's 'art A
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and Mra. Charlea Ryder. nances. Threp or fure.rs ago tho preset unnvlde.. r in i Z ,J' '," "', ' ' fr?,",ZJ"l JR S. ",'". l".'u" ..."".'a,1.7'1
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