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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, January 20, 1912, 3:30 EDITION, Page 11, Image 11',
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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, SATURDAY, JAN. 20, 1912.
HOSPITAL CORPS GETS BUSY AT SHAM BATTLE
Q. When li n Blinm' liatllo not n
A. When tho hospital corps nns lo
That Is what, happened December
.11, when tlio marine battalion if tli-
Pacific licet iiimlo a forocil march
from Camp Cfiwles, I'earl Ilnrlior, to
Moannlua, licnt on tlic Folutlem of a
war pioblcni whle.li necessitated Its
Immediate presence In Honolulu. The,
marine? met n iomli.it patrol compos
ed or olllcers ami lion coins of tlio Na
tional fliianl. on Hie lillls on tlio ma
kal slda of the Moannluu estate, ami
n hattlo whfcli ylll tio long In thb
hlitory of Oahu'n peaceful warfurorn
sued, lliiilmi n daring charge throiifh
the lanlnna, by the Maryland's com
pany of inarlncB under Captain Cani-
hell, Lieutenant CorKey of the Na
tional (Inanl was overe.01110 hy the
heat, nml ilroppeil disabled on the field
of battle. Tlio hopltnl iletachmelit
of the marine ror.us vvus right on the
lob nml the disabled olllier 'Wis ear-
lied to the rear In short onle). The
quick action of the hospital corp3 was
caught by the camera of the 11 u 1 1 1
tin Btaff correspondent In tho flcld.
The other picture shows a group of
five NntJon.il Ouard odleers following
tlio point of Captain V. II. Johnson,
1 1. S, A., Inspector-Instructor of the
Utiard, who has located the eiiemj'B
(oluiiin In the distance.
Rending from left to right the odV
cers In tho plrtuie nre: I.leiitcnunt
Colonel Coyne, Captain Johnson, Mn
jor Hose, Major Moora and Colonel
TAFT KEEPS BUSY
In tho connecting of iiicmojs from
Far Kasteri; count lies in tho passes
(Ion of i'iivbit "Hill' Held, of the
Tenjb Marti, which passed thiottgli
Honolulu, mis ouo or mora notes mid
p.ipur cuirency Issued by tho now
Chinese Itepubllc. Tho liutes of tho
"CTIiiiuk Wlm llepubljc" very much re
semble tho paper currency of tho
Unltci States except In colors. They
nro lithographed In brown Ink with
the Republican ling in-tho center
showing 11 whlto star on u blue. Held.
A note displayed hero, promise's to pay
tho hoarer $10 gold on tho formation
of tho Itepublir, "at tlio Stato Treas
urer or Its ngotitB abroad." It Is
signed "Sun Wen, President," and
(Inone Hap, Treasmer." Tho noto
benrs no date, of Issue and Is number
It's n bail sign to write jour namo
cm 11 friend's note.
BY C. S. ALBERT. i
(Special llultelln CNiiroaimnuVncc ) ;
WASHINGTON, I), C, Jan. 4. The'
conclusion of tho Jiijiiiih holiday se.i-1
bou did not prevent "big polil.c"
from casting Its shadow ner nil kinds'
of gay festivities, l'lcsldont Tart set
the example In this icspcct by p.utl
clpallng in tho mint liiipmtuut cou
ferelico Hint lias thus far duvoloped
during the Incipient campaign. 11
had Otto n.miiard. of Now York, n-
former Senator John Kean. Of NoWj
Jersey, as guests ut tlio Whlto lloiisj
over New Year's. Tlio host and his
Kuests discussed wajs and means for
bagging the delegations lo the Ucpiih
1 lea 11 National convention fiom Now
York and New Jersey.
Hy all odd, Jt .was the biggest pow-y
wow of all the nidify yet held. It suli
(ciueutly developed that both Ilan
nard and Kean had for wee,",H been
on gumshoe expeditions for Iho I'uh
sldeiit. Kach submitted n prelimin
ary report niiil went hick hnmu lo
rontinuo llio work of sleuthing.
Mr. Uniinard declared ho had tip
toed through every AFsembly district
You'll Never Know
what really good canned milk
is until you have tiiad
It has no equal.
Rich Milk evaporated and sterilized, without
preservatives or sweetening
SOLD BY ALL GROCERS
In Greater New York and Ir impel sun
liiueut at Hist liniioB. He s.ild U10
people favored T.ift for un itliei term
by all overwhelming majority The
sentiment was far greater Hum iinv
inanlfesleil for either Col. Hoosi'voU
or Jusllro Hughes. It demons! rated
tleaily that mi Instructed delegation
could bo (ilitalued fiiim Cienter Now
York. He was not sn i,.inKi)ne about
the remainder of llio Slate,, Ho be
lieved Jiard work and the ;lalng of
proper politics m's'it hppiiii) nicceks,
kn-Sena't'nr'Kejil assuiodi'tlio l'lo-
sldent ho was away ami ahead of all
ether prospective pamlhlatcBJln Now
Jersey and It would not btsdluVuT?
undertaking to acciiuiillsh (he result
of having an Instructed delo44thm at
ClilciiRO to shout themselves ho.uro
iciiori was leauy 111010 -sntiBiacloi.v
than that rendered by Mr. Ilaun.iiil.
Tho efforts holiiij nude to eonliol
tlio delegations (nun Now York nml
New Jersey Indlc.itos tho liij. iiikIi-
ness with AvhlchI'iVsTileilt T.ift nml
his managers arc tsettlilK aTdiut their
Whllo tho I'resldcnt Is ftcllnc fair
ly comfortable repinUm? his candi
dacy for another term .the Domiicr.its
aru preparing In build-n hut llio un
der soino of hla put creations. It ban
been determined by tho House lead
ers to nbollsh the Tariff Hoard liv
MarvlHR It to death and, also wipe nut
tho President's Keonoiny Coniuilsslim
by wlthlioldlfiK its annual nlhiwaiirn
T11 IipkIii vvllh tlio Democrats or
the Hoiiso have framed It up to take
away tho remil.ir iippiopiiallon of
J25.000 for Iho I'rvsldonl'H Ir.ivellni.'
exiicuses. This vvill bo done cm the
(.round Hint the money Is used In cam
palKUlnt! niiil other p-irtlsnn worS. If
the I'lesldent Insists on swlnuliu;
around tho clirlo aftej; June 30, 1 1 1 1 1! .
it must be at his own expense.
The $2E0,ni)n heretofciro allowed fur
the Tail IT Ilo.ud will bo lefused on
Hie theory that II Is Iho duty of Con
crcss to collect mid analjze all dat'i
neqessaiy Jn fr.iniliiK u larlff bill and
It cannot dclcK.ito tho duty IiiiihihciI
by tho CoiiHtltiitliiu 011 any subonlin
ate body. Neither may It bo taken
away fnmi the llmisu by tho Incen
tive liiaueh or the Covernmcnt.
Tho I'conoiiiv t'limnilsslon will bo
nhollKhcd 011 the idea that It accom
plishes nothlni; of advantage to tho
(iovoiniuont and It Is the duty of iv
oi y Department to urraiiKO Us busi
ness affairs according In Its ownldeiH.
Tho continuance of tho Coimuluilou
Is declaieil to he a waslo of both time
A pure Olive Oil bottled
at Nice, France, and
guaranteed under tlio
Food and Drugs Act of
Your grocer has this
delicious oil in 1-4, 1-2
and 1 gallon containers,
with patent spout.
DREIER, LTD,. ELECTS.
Tim annual iihUIiik of the xlnchhold
crs of AiiKin't IMlir, I. Id , vviih hold In
the unices of I' A. .Scbaefir ,1 Co., Ltd ,
yesterday murnliu; and t lit folloulm;
ofllec rs were elected to servo fur tlio
i'iu: V A Sihaefir, president! Cecil
Ilrcmii. vke-prrslilint; II.' M. von Holt,
tri'in-iiicr; J W Wiildnui, socretnry;
Audit ('oiiiii.iny of Hawaii, nudlturn;
I A. Heli.iefir, II. M. von Unit, Cecil
llrown. II 1'eicl.e and J W. Wnblrou,
( ircluii.itl eii. eis have drVe,' to
e 'ilbll ple.iKuie cms fra u I-Vuiim j
la ti -I mid e i.iiucirclal in. I," it-mi
ilVliiu..) -i le -h lly li h .iii.iii;i'
J II', III ll U belle ec. the) eVitt h will i
lieili'f able to ur display I, and lliie
n.ll In' mule ii e ui tn Act aim it llii'
v.iiile I ill, In which tho hIiowh vlil
bo held. '
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