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11 THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISEn, HONOLULU, -SATURDAY, DECEMBER 31, V: E. 0. Hall & Son, Ltd. ARMY AND NAVY NP.WS HUDSON 9 i Tf Enterprise Meat Choppers SAME AS CUT. The Most Reliable Meat and Food Chopper Made, 2 sizes; $2.50, $3.50. We also carry a complete line of both the Universal and Busswin Meat Choppers. HOUSEHOLD DEPARTMENT. Second Floor. Take Elevator. ADJUTANT-GENERAL FOR DISTRICT OF HAWAII i on m'i- M-ij'r Atvhik-ii.l 'anijil-cll, Coat Ar-I llrrv ( '-., has l-cii d.-taiiod, ly' of Hie ! 'resident, tor service ad.iut:uit-i;e!h ral 's department ' .'fleet April 13, vu-e Major Sid-; adjutant-general s depart-l aiid will proceed to Sun; report to the command-! uarter-' of lie!d ariilh-rv. out' any ea.-h of signal aioi engineer corps aiol the nece-ai v sa uitarv corps. These would be in addition to the coast artil-li-rv imps now located in the Hawaiian 1 -lands. di red '1 in tie t'.V take ney J or 111".' u : Fran ill. relieved isco and Japan Reorganizes Navy. VICTORIA, P.ritish Columbia, Decem ber 22. The Japanese navy is being re organized and a number of vessels Miicnt'u on rn ertective list, among. them the battleship Chinyen, eapturei i.ng general of the department of Cal-! , m1, an.'1 tne lK1- captured fror ifornia for dutv. Major Caniid.tdl will "'J'"01''1,111- to advices broiig1 stand relieved 'from dutv at headquar-! bf tbf makura Maru. The Ik,' ters ,Iei,artmenr of ciifm-ni-. iJ I":u' ls taken by the Fuji, one of f time as will enable ,;, L ,-.. ' two 'ittleships for which the diet : , , - "".tuse, riarcisco lor nouoiuiu about Alay o. On arrival here he will report to the1 commanding general or the district of Hawaii for duty as a ljutaut-general. New Marine Maj. G. Officer. Second Lieut. G. A. Johnson has been detached from the Mariiie Oflicers School, and ordered to duty at the Ma rine Barracks, Honolulu, "lie will ar rive here early in January. umrar wot worneo. tenant-colonel I to grant monev. with th mat me emperor dec reed that ten cent of all official salaries should I signed 'for ten years to build tw sels. Of 3 Local C. Long, Interest. formerly mand of the marine barrack lu! u. 10- n,0 has been ordered to com . marine barracks, navy vat. iieu niouth. He will shortly becc f . mximm f y re 1 1 I i I n$nm lH ' 1 T I Art is King Hawaii is represented in this establishment to a greater ex tent than elsewhere. There are many articles to suit your fancy. GtlRREY'S LTD. Fort Street below Hotel Our Stock COMBINES THE USEFUL AND THE ORNAMENTAL. YOU CANNOT GO WRONG IN BUYING HERE. s AYEOUSA Japanese Emporium. NUUANU STREET ABOVE HOTEL TD-OE OotentaO WE SHOW Are the Best that can be found in Japan. SAX FKAXC1SCO, December 22. Major V. Y. Forsyth of the Sixth Cav ilry, who has charge of the Yosemite Nation.il Park, yesterday said that the charges A'hich are reported to have been mad, against him by Thomas II. Carter, a contractor, are ridiculous and absurd. Major Forsyth is at the Presidio, where he lias come to spend his two mouths' leave. Carter, who is a member of the fLin of Carter & MeCauiev. has charged Major Forsyth and Supervisor Gabriel Soulewski with having shown unjust discrimination against his firm in the awarding of contracts for road work. Other serious charges were made by the contractor, and as a result Special Agent Dixon was detailed by the sec retary of the interior to make an in vestigation. This was recently con cluded and the report will be sent to Washington for Ilallinger's action. To Fix Blame. TACOMA. December 2. The navy department has ordered a general court martial at Puget Sound navy yard for the trial of Passed Assistant Pay master E. K. Wilson, Paymaster 's Clerk Garity and Yeoman Jaques, in connec tion with the theft of $2200 from the paymaster's safe of the cruiser Phila delphia last July. The court will con vene on January 9th with Captain Gill, commanding officer of the Colo rado, as president. The Second's Orders. NEWPORT, Kentucky, November 29. The official orders from the war de partment ordering the Second Infantry to leave for the Hawaiian Islands have been received at Fort Thomas. The order does not fix the date upon which the departure will' be made. Gen. John Hodges, commander of the department of the Lakes, will come to Fort Thomas Lieutenant Burchfield, w;o 'j,aS tioned here until a short ri' an,i been detached from Marj.in(j Qf ordered to Washington in a ieraciiment ot enjiflj10 uifuicnani-i oionei rri. detached suddenly from was it Wash- has now miuii nun omeieu to '!.-.;.. reen ordered to report 3I10tifv h fin !irri-al r inrp ' marine neauouarters a hi.- arrival, by wire. ; T i- -rsr i.ieut. llaro the fhington of tweut v- marine bar- M. ('., pri n I ortsmouth,,, tllP1(:.et in '""i I'lwriru io laj. eoaimanii or a (let five men. to dutv racks, Honolulu. ' The Cn Bids WAsHIXGTOfl'0mler "--BiJs fit t iie caissons tor construe process ot building now , .. or (Hawaii) naval Sound (Washington) for the drydocks at the Pearl station, the 1 . Vo- Vnrl- .o,-,. ,..,,.1 J1i an . navy y were ooened AI'll- the navv deiiartment J he labor , , ,. .... f urn, involving a)piica- Wlttl h i 1 a. it. . fiiL-uoiii law io ine- con- tion tion of struetion . i.i i 1 1 ., : i i 4ie '-uiiii.-, ijol ii who s, . ' , 'tion was beyond his juris e navv vdepartment m- that the point would up by the government. the unions raised the would be a subject for judi- iers JKht diction. formed not Id I., vent '. . Jnination, it was said. t,, est bidder for the New York j Vas the Snare & Trieste Com , 't New York, whose price was The Moran Company of Se Jtwo caissons, its proposal for the Harbor caissons being $110,000 or the Puget Sound structure (tOO. le l nion iron Works. San Fran- att ot 1 a 9 o offereil to build both the Pearl early next month. This is taken to be Vbor and Puget- Sound caissons for the first move by the department to'-OOO; the Pearl Harbor alone for abandon the Fort Thomas post altogeth'.67o, or the Puget Sound alone for er. The business men of CovingtOD-ll95. Newport and the Highlands have nannj a special committee to go to Waslnn ton to urge the department to retf the regiments at this fort. j A Local Order. : rpi. j.,: : .o iuc luiiurting uusiguanous or oi to conduct 0AHU RAILWAY TIME TABLE. HUDSON ROADSTER THE MOST WIDELY COPIED CAE IN AMERICA. Surely and strongly the Hudson Roadster has won its way into the heart of ths com mercial world by pure merit as a standard small car. Not so light as to be unstable nor so large as to be unwieldly. No small car is smoother, more reliable or more refined our owners tell us so, and they'll tell you so. Associated Garage, Ltd Doan9(t L5vs A WEEK ON COLD TURKEY. GET SOME OF OUR EXCELLENT ISLAND BEEF FROM PARKER'S. QUALITY SUPERB. The Metropolitan Meat Market HEILBR0N AND LOUIS, PROPS. Telephone 1814 the professional exa tious of captains and first and lieutenants for detail in the or16 department are announced: J : e Beni- rict of anding may Japanese Bazar Fort Street Near Convent CP H A P I SHIRT WAIST BOXES tUMlYj BOX LOUNGES Honolulu Wire Bed Co., Ltd., KTXO AND ALAKE STREETS. department ot Cahtorma, e Hawaii The commanding offi eia Arsenal, California. For I Hawaii Such oliieer as co'. general Departineit of Caliria designate. i Another Gun Expl11- WASHINGTON. Decern ne of the six-inch gms on"1' "10rtd cruiser Pennsylvania burat tlie wu' zle vester.lav while the 1 "i.1" get practise off the Pae were no casualties. Kear-Admiral Ba -rv.0lnmand' Q Pacific Meet, repor".e(,lu' n,.. ,1.,.,.,,,.., ."in today. He said thiA! gate the cause of Uex as jiossible. The Lrun was n at the muzzle. Tr' guns, ami Kear- ot ordinance, ha n r nV4 I . r 5 't 1 . i n tiie " I'l ' "1" lwmi.iri.r tll.i iri' 10 Marines . Parl Harbor? y-five enlisted men oi will be sent to the Harbor. Hawaii, as soon can be arranged for on-!,- in tin' coininir vear savs the Army and Navy i.oiit six of tiie sei-iind beu to trradnate from the ma- -a t iMi Piiitil Outward. For Waianae, "Waiaiua, Kahuku and Way Stations 9:15 a. m., 3:20 p. m. For Pearl City, Ewa Mill and Way Stations 17:30 a. m., 9:15 a. in., 11:30 a. in., 2:15 p. m., 3:20 p. m., 5:15 p. in., t9:3Q p. m., til :15 p. m. For Wahiawa and Leilehua 'lO.O a. m., 5:15 p. m., 9:30 p. m., 11: 15 p. m. Inward. i Arrive Honolulu from Kahuku, Waia jlua and Waianae 8:30 a. m., 5:31 i Coast. There the accident to Mare Island would investi dosioii as soon dd one. unhooped , .A . d i. 1. . . are l.i- or inese iiniral Mason. r Arii.v. Honolulu from Ewa Mill and Pearl City 17:45 a. ni.. 8:36 a. m., 11:02 a. m., 1:40 p. m., 4:26 p. m., 5:31 p. m., 7:30 p. m Arrive Honolulu fron Wahiawa and Miehua 9:15 a. m., 1:40 p. m., 5:30 p. m., $10:10 p. m. The Haleiwa Limited, a two-hour train (only first-class tickets honored), leaves Honolulu ever" Sunday at 8:30 a. n-.; returning arrives in Honolulu at 10:1 p. ni. The Limited stops only at Pear1 City and Wa'inae outward and Waii aae, Waipahu nd Pearl City inward chief idv renuested an flay the cost of the muzzle. Dai'f. tExeept Sunday. CJ. P DENISON, ' F. caij'erintenden- ; Sunday only. C. SMITH, G. P. A. K00LAU RAII WAY TIME TABLE ort for :..ya! hitv. About twe t)!P lirin.. 'rS,-, ,.o,-.,i .,..;,-. Pear -.r,,l H,o .,S number to (iuam as transpo-'t'0'1 them and K MS possib) Register. -'K tenants r:n,. "t arc will be ft to th, Troops for Hawaii. lier -Cieiierai Aie!,ire, .pianei- neral v-f tl'.e army, who was c hou.e committee on military ut 1' !"i r 11. discussinjr ).-,tiHa':rs ot his aepartment, sain oi " ''he ,pi,ir;er:ua-ter-getieral explained . ' o.i i it.r.vici',l 'iiinrirtrin- ,1m, f'.ir ciiiitnn-t :nli at desired to conM ru.'tj, temporary ,-rs for an additional s.piadr airv. a balialioi :J regiment ment cf ir the war de Iloliollilll HOUSEWIVES! Commence the NEW YEAR with a brand new Leonard Clc? psblc Refrigerator H. fiacKfeld & Co., Ltd., Agents Prii" befo. a !! Honolulu. It ijuar- nal sipui'iron (n cu nt' field artillery, witn d hca-bjuartei s. and a rei fantry. ' It is believed that artmeiit iut'M-d- to garrison .vith a considerable force. w hi rh wi regiment in fa n try. even it-llv consist of one !rv, two reoimenti of T.tlion and regimental DAILY, EXCPT SATURDAY, SUNDAY AND HOLIDAYS Lave Kahan" for Punalun, Hauula, L?;, Kahuku and Way Stati-is at 12:00 M. Arrive Kah"Vu at 1:00 P. M Keturninp- I eave Kahi'ku for Laie, Hau ula, Punluu. Kahana and Way StsHons at 1 : 15 P. M Arrive Kavana at :t5P. M SATURDAY, SUNDAY AND HOLIDAYS rrive Kahuku at 11:5" A.M. 2:15 P.M. Leave Kahana for Punalun. Hauulfi. Laie, Kahuku and Way Stations at lliOA.M. 1:30 P.M. Leave Kahuku for Laie, Hau- ui:i, 1 una luu. jvan.'ina aioi Wav Stations at 12:33 P.M. ' 3:n0F. M. Connections are made at Kahuku '-with the O. R. & L. Co. 's 0:15 a. m. train from Honolulu, and the 2:20 p. m. tr-iin, which arrives in the city at 5:30 n. m. J. J. FOWLING. E- S. POLLISTER, Superintendent. G. P. & F. A. Ml LLB Ml EIRY NEW SHAPES. NEW FLOWERS. NEW PLUMES. FINEST SELECTION IN HONOLULU. PRICES LOWER THAN USUAL. QUALITY RAISED. LKo UyBdla Nuuanu above King Street. i It TOM SHARP, The Painter Elite Building Phone 1697 Sharp Sips Signs of all kinds. Scenic Work, Decorating, Graining, Paper Hanging, Etc. FAIRMONT HOTEL The Most Superbly Situated Hotel in the World OVERLOOKING THE ENTIRE BAY CITY COnVtHlLn I IU onurrinw. THE EPITOME OF HOTEL EXCELLENCE Combining all center ot the city operated on Botb American and European Plan. th. convenient nd luxurie, . good hotel ihould h,ve. with iquj. oripinri and t-turL.. Ent,rely return.hed nd refitted at a ct of over three JocM headquartert a1, the Army and Havy-cneot mosi oi ACCOMMODATIONS FOR 1.000 6UESTS. R ATES " MANAGEMENT PALACE HOTEL COMPANY " ' (Also Operating Palace Hotel) SAN FRANCISCO s