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nOXOLUW STAR-BULLETIN, SATURDAY, JULY ,6, 1912.
AT THE HOTELS
L ' AMUSEMENTS.
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Reorganized Church of Jesus
Christ of letter Day Saints. Church
on King atreet near Thomas Square.
.9:45 a. m. Sunday school: classes for
all ages and adult classes in both
English and Hawaiian; lesson topic,
Jethro. 11 a. m. Monthly prayer and
sacrament meeting, at which every
member should try to be present. 6
p. m. Zlon's Religio-Literary Society.
Musical and literary program andnor
mal lesson on the Book of Mormon;
also review of past quarter's lessons;
7:30 p. m. Evening worship; preach
ing in English. All our .services are
open to the public and a cordial invi
tation is extended to strangers in thp
city, to come and meet with us.
Rev. Doremus Scudder, D. D., min
ister; Rev. Amos A. EberioLe. asso
9:f,0 a. m. Bible school. William A;
10:10 a. m- Adult Bible class for
men and women.. Conducted by Rev.
( l S. Scuder. '
11 a. m. Morning worship.' Sermon
by the minister, "A Definition of
G:C0 y. m Christian Endeavor
meeting:. The Efficient Use of the
Bible"; leader. Miss Helga Wlkander.
7:30 p. m. Evening service. Sermon
ly Revi August Drahms of H Ho, "The
Three Great Questions of the Bible.
. ji.i , u.i. i ..t.n
i nil vuitnr- nA frtmncpr in the citv I
to attend these services on Sunday at
Central Union church.
GETS 70 PUPILS
Seventy " uncertificated teachers, in
the employ of the department of Pub
lic Instruction have enr611d them
Eelvffl for the summer term which
starts Monday at the Notxnal school
and will continue for a period 'of four
J. C. Davis, supervising principal of
the Royal School, has been given th
directorship of the Summer school and
will be assisted by a faculty of seven.
A board of examiners, separate from
the school faculty, will give the ex:
. amlnatlons which are to take place
August 5-7. This board consists bt
the Inspector of schools and four sup
ervising principals. No tuition tee Is
ctarged but all entrants mtvjt be em
ployee of the Department of Public
Every steamer has been, bringing In
teachers from the other Islands. Some
of these teachers are in Honolulu on
visits, others are leaving for the main
land while still others are enrolling
themselves for the summer term.: ; i
The combined, newspaper plants have been united in the
Alakea street buildings. This is where ypu may place -qur
orders for subscriptions, printing and advertising. At this
office also monev,is received for accounts due the Hawaiian
Star and Evening Bulletin. 1
Commercial and fine art printing is still done at the job
printing department on Merchant Street. Entranre- the
alley that leads to good printing. Telephone 2365.
FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST,
Sunday ervices Sunday school at
9:45 a. m. for young people under 20
years. LesFOn sermon at 11a. m.': sub
ject. -God." I
Wednesday evening Testimonial
meetings at 8 o'clock. i :
All services are held In the Odd
Fellows' building. Fort street, where
also a free reading room Is open to
the public daily from 11 a. m. to 1 p. m.
A1I are cordially Invited.
Corner Victoria and Beretanla. Pas
tor, Rev, R. Elmer Smith
adjoining church. I
Sunday school, 9:45 a m.; : men's
class, 10:15 a. m.; morning service, 11
o'clock; Epworth , League. 6:30 p. m.;
evening service, 7:30 o'clock. ; ;
The men's class, under the leader
ship of Judge Quarles, invites all men
to be present Sunday morning: A sub
ject of great interest to men will be
At the morning service the pulpit Will
- occupied by Wilson Frich, an old
friend of the pastor. He will take for
his subject, "The Kingdom Within."
The evening service will be conduct
ed by the pastor. His subject will be
"Making Life Musical."
At the Epworth League Mrs. Zur-
thiifhor wilt irnpnk : rn "finod tTltlzen-
sIiId.", Nothing need be said regard-
ing Mrs. Zurbuchen's ability as a
speaker, as she has already proved
AUTO AXLE BREAKS
BUT ACCIDENT AVERTED
A serious automobile accident was
averted this morning by the fact; that
C. C. Cunha was driving slowly and
uphill, when the rear axle of his car
broke on Nuuanu avenue just below
thtk Afrnic hnmft. When the ' p.eurs
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would not, "go-in" ne sroppea lue rar
r,A rrr, n whflt wn thft tmu. 1
ble. Discovering: no reason for their
f.,-io. -nrtr ha mt in thp rur I
and started to back. The carriage
of the car immediately sank to the
ground. Examination showed that one
of the rear axles had been fractured
and had been held only by. a small
portion of steel for sometime.
Speaking of the accident Mr. Cunha
said; . '-;
"It would have been a dreadful iipill
if I had been driving fast. It is prob
able that the axle had been broken
six weks or more ago, and not dis
covered,, as the rear wheel are. never
taken off to oil. My father and sister
were in the car with me."
The extracts recently Imported from
the Grose district of France by
onlfK JR. Tn T.tfl aro martu from
flowers and are not the product of coal
tar Grasse is the center of the world
for' perfumes and these are said to be
' th hPRt n ' -
Prompt and efficient service . is the
standard of the Honolulu Star-Bulletin
in every department. If you feel that
you are not getting it, call up 2256 and
the error will be corrected. v
herself a very interesting speaker,
A cordial invitation Is extended
everybody to attend vour services.
HOME OF TRUTH.
1220 KaDiolani 8trwt..nMr RMotmb
avenue. ' ' . jtura; Warren D. Wood, Ixs Angeles.
Sunday service. 11 a. m.. by Mrs. M. Cal; 11 ls M- Iyne, Mrs; E. F. Brown.
M. Hunter-Jones. Subject. "Salvation; Waimanalo; H. F. Lewis and wife, D.
What Does It Mean to Be Saved?" jMcLeod Lewis, city; Mrs. R. M. Over
Thursday, 8 p. m.. a series of lessons end, Waipahu; Mrs. A L. Mytton, Aus-
on the activities of the spirit, from tral,a: Mrs. G. D. Lundry, F. D. Pallatt,
alpha to omega. Subject this week. ' J c- Randolph, W. G. Moore, U. S. A-;
"The Law of Vibrations." '.Q C Bldde and wife. Shanghai; John
All meetings at the Home. A. Scott, R.t A. Lucas and wife. Hilo;
An earnest call eoes' out from this H. E. Decker, San 'Francisco; Miss M.
center to every New Thought student
In this city, to meet together for one
Durnose onlv the establishment nf th1
kingdom of heaven on earth, as taught
by Jesus Christ.
ADDRESS BY REV. AKANA.
Re Akaiko Akana will deliver an
afldress to both the senior and Junior
u. -E. societies or K.aimakaDlli churcn
I tomorrow' evening at 6:30 o'clock. The
address will be in English, and all Eng-
Ush-speaking people of all nationalities
a re cordially invited.
Tenth avenue and Palqlo, Kaimuki.
Rev. Leopold KrolL v : ;
Sunday school, 10 a. m.; matins, 11
The holy eucharlst
is celebrated on
the first Sunday of every month at 11.
All are cordially welcomed.
Tornif CViifHT Pnou will linld on
inquest over the body of ManueU
Sousa at halt past seven this evening
at the Government morgue. Francis
to Ice " station accused of the murder
of' Sousa, will be held pending the
coroner's verdict. .
Sousa died early yesterday morning
at the Queen's' hospital as the result
of wounds received -late Tuesday
night in: a stabbing affray with Mes-!
quita. Sousa's wife, who was slightly,
wounded during the struggle, was dis-f
charged from the hospital yesterday.1
The police ; declare that they have '
sufficient evidence UDon which to
convict Mesquita and tre awaiting the
ON ilRDEIt CASE
coroner's verdict to charge him with ' f r the evening were red, white and
the BtMTder..- . . iblue flowera-4n. honor ot the- near ap-
If the enareft is cntprfid tonleht.l bags of .peanuts .tonsised ofETAOI
Mesquita will probably be arraigned
Ben-jMonday. According to the police,
. Mosnnlta has n nnllrA rpnnrd tn Pnr-t
tugal and twelve years aso was sen-
fenced to serve twenty-five years in
brison on the charge of murdering! crackers each guest carried away as
tn old "fisherman, ! ' '". ia souvenir. c)f ' th pleasant occasion.
' ALEXANDER YOUNG.
Registered this week:
J, Worniser. J. t Morris, A, J. Bolting.
San Francisco; U Weinzheimer, Laha
ina; J. Jorgensen Hawaii; J. A. Ma
CUlre and wife, Dr. W. J. Galbraith; II.
M. Tucker. Walalee; A. K. Jones, W
Jiiawa; Mrs, J. K. Gandall, Ed Palmer
, and wife, A. S. Wilcox and wff Miss
L. tay. F. L. Putman and wife, H. J.
Carls. Uhue; Smith Hlorth. Walmea;
a. w . r-imra, aniawa; v. Brown.
acni s-uriine. . . bnaw, s. s. en-
Christopherson, Hauula; C D. Robert- J
on ana vincmnau: v. u. ttoweu
and wife. Mrs. H. S. Xaylor, R. S.
Pratt, M:t. J. Foley, Schofield Bar
racks; Sam Keliinoi, D. H. Case and
wife.:Wailukur C. T. Greig, Makawell;
W. L. German and .wife, city; Lieut.
P. N. Sheridan, cf W. Neal, Wm. G.
Ball, D. W. Chamberlain, F. P. Jack-
. SOIV a v. Packer, L. I. Samuelson, J
F. Houlihan. Cf.pt Haight, G. L. Law
i crence, r . ii. .uenneii, j. u. ,vv inter,
. Capt, B. H. Watk
Capt B. H. Watklns, J. A. Ulio, S N.
Schofield, W. E. Wilder, Schofield Bar-
' racks; A. K. Jones, Wahlawa; W. E.
Keller and' wife, San Francisco; J. U.
McCymond and wife, San. Francisco;
Miss Louise A. Nelson, Miss Katheryn
Nelson, Seattle; R. B. 'Church, Wai-
luku; Capt, E. C. Carey, Schofield Bar-;
racks; H. G. Simpson, Walalua; Henry
F. tVeeden j and wife, ' S. S. Lurline;
Geo. Chalmers, Waimanalo; Miss Mar
tha Peemoeller,". Los . Angeles; ' H. S.
Hewson, J. S. Morrow, San Francisco ;
Mrs. O. K. Bowden.'Las Angeles; W.
H.. Bee be, San Francisco; G. O. Chrls-
j tanson and wife, San Francisco; Buth
Amiswortb, Jessica Bcncdect, Atchi
son, Kan.; A. B. Allen" and wife,: San
Francisco; G. J. Waller, Jr., XL S. A.;
J. R. Long and wife. Dr. James R.
Haynes, Schofield Barracks; Airs.. J.
E. Gannon, Otto Bercht, Clara B. Town-
send, J, H. Raymond.
vnu' V "1U"U.-
Special Correspondence, Star-Bulletin.
WAILTJKU, July 5. One of the
pleasatest card parties of the year
was given by Mr. and Mrs. C. E.
Copeland at their residence in Wailu-
ku lasV Friday evening. A large
number of ;the ; members were pres -
ent, and ; they thoroughly enjoyed
themselves,- The house decorations
bgs of peanuts constituted part of
M?e refreshments i or the evening,
While the delldoUS Cake that
was served was of the ribbon yarietyi
the national colors.. Bags of fire-
I air. ana Mrs. jh. a. jfennauow in
I vited a number of their friends last
Saturday evening to 'a novel kind of
entertalnment.-whlch' proved most en -
fjoyable, Automobiles took the guests
10 me wmu ougw umpaujr
raib-oad track, where a locomotive
With two cars . awaitea mem. un
. mese cars were ,seais arrangea, ana j Kimberley (the little town that con
a. mooftlight tide to Waihee and then trois tne diamond market of the en-
to Waikapu was enjoyed. The beaut-: tire world) we had the good fortune
liful moonlight, the cane on both sides.! to meet the general manager of De
ot the .tracK, tne - mountains in xne
night setting, were an most attract -
ive. The party was decidedly con -
genial, so that all who went had "the
time of their lives." Supper was
served at the Malaaea end of the rail
road. ' -':
Rev. William "S. Short leaves this
evening for a month's service at the!
St. Andrew s Cathedral. His parish-
loners and many rnenas on Maui win
greatly miss him, but all are glad he
can have the pleasant change of scene
and occupation for a time.) His pul-
pit here at vvanumi ana at ruunene
will be supplied " by ' the Rev. ' Messrs.
Wallace or Kona; Hawaii, iioaei ana Durban last week and saw Billy
Weymouth of Lahaina. ' ' " Potter (of Potter & Hartwell) who
Rev. D. D. Wallace of Kealakekua, is still suffering from a broken knee
Hawaii, is visiting 'Mr. and Mrs. J.I caPt . sustained from falling off the
N. S. Williams of Kahului this week.JstaKe . which was only a temporary
Rev. Mr. Wallace will preach next;
Sunday morning at fhe Church of the
Good Shepherd in Wailuku.
Mrs. C. E. Copeland leaves tomor -
row for a vacation in Honolulu. Mr.
Copeland .will join her: later.
Miss, Carrie Short will spend the.
month of July in Honolulu. "
At the meeting of the Hawaii Pro
motion Committee yesterday, gratify
ing responses were read from rail
road men and others to the appeal for
cooperation in Walter G. Smith's' lec
ture campaign on the mainland. Chair
man Hoogs, who lately returned from
the Coast, said Portland city appro
priated $75,000 for its rose carnival
and the Elks lodge guaranteed $50,000,
more. The committee voted to aid) dress pattern, something cut of the
Loyd Childes of Los Angeles in a an-' ordinary. Ivory fans and handmuoe
deville lecture tour on which he vill laces. Hawaii & South Seas ; Curl'
take eight Hawaiian singing boys. Co., Young building. ,
-:-i':::---.'.'.,;A;.::' AMUSEMENTS. .
COMING BACK r
The Juvenile Bostonians
; After Their Triumphal Record Breaking Tour of the Islands
' WILL OPEN TUESDAY, JULY 9
-ONE WEEK ONLY -:-
Tuesday. ... ... . . .The Dream Girl v Wednesday. .... . . .M . . . Berta's Billions
J ;ii. w wwi. w . i
.day Morning at 10 o'clock.
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Georse Barnes and Irene West, who
' will be remembered as showing at the
Park theatre here a couple of years
ago, are now in South Africa on. their
third tour around the world.. They
were considered the best danclnq
team Honolulu has seen and Miss
West was referred to in the local
press as the girl with the educated
feet. Under date of may 10 they
write from Johannesburg as follows:
From Rio de Janeiro we opened at
the Grand Theatre. Johannesburg,
South Africa, or Joburg, As the na
tives" call it. We were surprised to
find this city of 150,000 whites, sup
porting one first-class music hall,
and four smaller houses playing from
three to four acts and ; pictures, be
sides several straight picture palaces.
"At the present time there are
ihr.ee distinct circuits in South Africa,
each Importing talent for their re
f pectifce tours. Sydney Hyman still
continued to bring out the -best avail
able talent for eight weeks at the
Empire, Joburg, but the numerous
cheaper priced vaudeville theatres
have told in the receipts of this once
fanous music hall. The Grand The
atre Company, Ltd., can give acts on
an "average of 12 'weeks, playing them
in all the principal cities in South
Africa. They are doing big business
throughouV the country. . The Grand
Theatre, Joburg, gives two shows
nightly, and is coining money. They
are obliged to turn people away at
every performance. ; v
-The work is easy, as this is the
only house where two shows a night
are given. The rest of the tour is
one show a night, one matinee and no
Sunday work. We are now in our
tenth, week on the circuit and have
found everything very satisfactory.
Firsjt-class treatment and appreciative
The opposition circuit Is called the
Amalgamated Theafres of South Af
rica. They can offer about the: same
number of weeks and : have two the
ptres In Joburg called the Orpheum
and Bijou. The work however is not
so satisfactory, as they have ' a good
many split-weeks , on, their circuit,
playing, acts ; only three " days in the
"Raiiway jumps in South Africa are
very big, and take from eighteen to
48 hours to cover. Of course they
( pav alj transportation and baggage
liaiiline and ptp.prs. I was snrnrlspd
to find sleepers and dining car service
remarkably cheap here. S. A. prom:
Ises' to open "up a big "field for vaude
ville and affords artists a fine oppor
j tunity of breaking the jump' from
England to Australia. : The Sydney
llvmn nrt TllcVarH'g tnnr und
Grand Theatre's Ltd., and Brennen
tour, often book in conjunctibn with
"There are many well known Eng
lish and American actors playing the
different tntira In Smith t Afrlra at thft
present time. We have thoroughly
Unloved our three months stav in
.hig country, and have scored heavily
ln our COmedy and dancing act. The
.climate is great, also the rickshas and
ine Kaffir war danros While nlavine-
Beers Consolidated Diamond Mines,
; Mr: Alfred Williams, an American and
i a native of San Francisco. - Imagine
fc good old Yankee sitting at the
wheel of such a gigantic concern, the
market valuation of which ; is $32o,
000,000 (three hundred and tweaty
five million dollars) A mere trifle
"At his personal direction we were
j Sh0wn over the diamond fields,
through the compound and pulsator,
where we saw the process of finding
diamonds, from the time they are dug
out of the earth until ready to send
to Amsterdam to be cut. We played
otle and t,one too safe. He has
brought in a damage suit for $10,000.
Another fortnight will see us once
. mpre on tne Driny deep, as we sail
for Sydney June 1st, to commence a
six months' tour of Australasia. Re
gards to all friends. Will write more
from the land of the kangaroo.
"BARNES & WELCH,
"The American Globe Trotters.
FETEIRA In Honolulu, July 5. 1M2,
Luso street, to Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
A few beautiful Pina embroidered
rwiiiwiivi, i wing) ucy inning ii on .
In Addition to
"The Diving Venus'
In a Photo-Pla of Interest
A Good Show
Fort Street, Near Beretanla
Has an entire new line of .Hats and
Trimmings Just from the Eastern "mar
kets. Drop in and see them.
(Registered in U. S. Talent
Be sure to look ror this regis
tered trademark which 1 stamp
ed every four feet on the under
side of all genuine Ruheroid. This
is your protection against sub
stitute roofing which many deal
ers try to sell as Ruberold. Rub
eroid is sold exclusively by us.
We will tell you more about
Ruberold when you call.
Limttod v . :
177 SOUTH KING STREET
AUTO TRACTOR WILL
PULL FIRE, ENGINE
Resides two . additional auto com-
1 ination chemical engine and hose
wagons, the fire department is goins;
to. have an auto tractor to attach to
one of the steam fire engines. These
machines are expected to arrive- in
October, when Chief Thurston will
place ' them in commission. One of
the combinations will be stationed at
BELIEVED IN J
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FRIDAY. JULY S. 8:15 O'CLOCK
Mr. John r.iarqiior":
Now on His Third Tour of the Wcrli
MR. WILSON FRITCH,
' 1 Dramatic Rea:,
MR F. M BECHTEL, En5lH Ham
miss GLENN Mccracken.
s " Accompanist
MR. CARLOS CACERES, Piano
1. riA NO FORTE SOLO Rein!) :
'Impromptu op. 2 No. 1"
2. VIOUN FANTASIK. . . ... .Sarai.it
- - - "Faust"
3. DRAMATIC RECITATION.... :r
"A Race for Life"
(a) -Romance in G" Rrclhm
(b "Walthors Prize Sone" fr- i
the Masterslngers) W.
(c) -Hobgoblin Dunce Vzz.
5. ENGLISH HORN SO IX) . . . N c :
"Werner's Farewell" -
(a) .MeiitatIon -Thais". .. .Mlsr
...... Elman-Go.spc, 1731-1
c) Caprice "The Splnnlngwhoor. .
r-t r '
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2 J M A -. -
Mana3ement of . RICHARD KIPL!
" The Minitrtl Man
In Impersonation of Sasr !!!:'
Hear the Roob Kid in "April r
'Ain't Got That Yet," etc.
Novelty" Sketch and Gin;in .
In the Pretty Rural Cerr V
"A COUNTRY HCM-
Farmer Green. ...... .Mr. I C ?r
An Adventuress '.Mrs. L. Ni
Scene Home of Farmer Green.
;CIive Gyy 7: '
Italian Street Scenes
Introducing Their Famous Rlin.l
Character'and pther Quaint
Baseball for Sunt!:
1:30 ASAH JRS. vs. WHITE3
3:30 J. A. C JRS. vs. ATHLETJ!
Reserved Seats for center of grar
utand and wings can be booked at :
O. Hall & Son's Sporting Depart;
(entrance King street) up to 1 p. i
after 1 p. nx. at II. A. Gunst & C
King and Fort."
Clearance Sni 2 .
Lace Nets and
, ' . i BEGIXS - .
Monday, July 8 th
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