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The world doth move; o do we.
True, we were flred from the corner to which we oro now
muring, bul wo havo cot bad: Into favor and lll Boon occupy our
handsome new building. Ncv stexjk? Well everybody well knows
our former stock was pretty well disposed of. Everything en
tirely now, larger, better" and greater variety of goods than ever
before. Watch us build our displays In Interior and In the win
dows and como and sco us a soon as we open.
E. O. HALL & SON, Ltd;
EHLERS BLOCK, PORT STREET.
Head "Wants" on page 6.
II. W. Foster, jeweler, IBS Hotel SU
Q. II. Bcrroy's offlce. 8 Campbell bid.
A lost watch charm is advertised,
Nicely furnished rooms, Topular
House, 1249 Tort St, J1.50 per week up.
The PEERLESS PIIESERVINO
PAINT Is the best water proof paint
Blank books of all sorts, ledgers, etc.
manufactured by the Bulletin Publish
Kllauea Is reported to be getting up
steam and lire Is visible at the bottom
of the crater.
Mrs. C II Cooper returned In the
Klnau yesterda after a short visit at
Table claret and other wines are
sold b) domes & MeTlgic, liquor
dealers.N. King street. Tel. Main 140.'
Eastman pocket folding kodaks all
sizes, for sale at Honolulu Photo Sup
ply Co. at 20 per cent below regular
In the Police Court yesterday Kobert
P. Kollla-a wns commltcd to the Cir
cuit Court on the charge of larceny In
the second degree
Tfco nnmi.il Tlll'I'tlllE Of tllO Honolulu
Cricket Asbociation was held at 8
o'clock Kridav night In the Hawaiian
Hotel, Judge W I. Stanley presiding
Don't forget Camarlnos of the Call
fornlt Prult Market when you want
fruit and vegetables. He always has
on hand a fresh supply of both Califor
nia und island trull Telephone Main
The Grand Jury of the Plrst Circuit
Court Is to appear In court before
Robinson tomorrow morning There
aro :& committal cases from the Dis
trict Court to be Investigated by the
Malt Nntrlne Is recommended by the
medical profession and the Holllster
Drug Co as the Ideal malt tonic.
Everybody meds It these days. Inval
uable as a null Hive and builder up of
On Thursday next at 5 o'clock Mrs.
A. M Hyde will speak In the Y W. C.
A. on table etiquette She will also be
prepared to answer any questions on
this subject which may be brought up
by the audience .
Itoso Endermark has filed suit for
divorce from Elmel Endermark, charg
ing extreme cruelty nnd habitual
drunkenness. The couple hae only
been raanied about a year, their wed
ding having taken place In April, 1901.
To the tourist photography affords
a never ending source of enjoyment. To
record with accuracy the events and
scenes of his tour Is a pleasure never to
be forgotten. Honolulu Photo Supply
Co. loans Kodaks and prints and devel
ops pictures on very short notice.
The Social Science Club will meet ut
Chief Justice Krcar's residence to
morrow evening. Frederick Warde will
be tho principal speaker, his topic be
ing the modem drama. Mr. Wardo has
an enviable imputation as a lecturer,
and his talk is certain to be highly en
tertaining and Instructive.
The customs examination which was
held In the High school yesterday
morning turned out to bo eminently
satisfactory In point of numbers, fif
teen applicants In all taking their pa
pers under the supervision of A. B.
Ingalls, seceretary of the board of civil
service examiners for this Territory.
SUNDAY, MAY II, 1002
Tomato Broth CciiHumme of C.irlvy
Bal.nl Halibut, Italian Slle Tolled I otalocs
Olives Celerj Kadiine Atuliov onTo-iH
Polled Chicken PrimnS-imc
Halted Caltrs Ilrain I'tirt irie b.iuce
CumMeof llattlctt I'eara jnd Kite
Roast Rllnnf llrrf WUhlre pudding
Roast Fuile) uith Slutting anil Cr4ntrr) bailee
Canlillutter Asparaguf Maslied Potatoes
Chicken Salad, Ma)nnmlse
American and Swiss Cheese Apple Oranges
Hanauas Nun and R ciclns
Strawberry Jelly Lemon Ice Cream
Assorted German Cake
Tea Coffee Milk
tlentlemen, refresh yourselves at tho
First National Saloon.
Lady desires position as companion
or governess. Sec ad under New To
day. Captain Wyman, formerly of the No-
eau. Is out again after a two weeks
The weekly edition of tho Evening
Bulletin gives a complete summary of
the news of tho day.
Young Bros, picked up and put
nboard the Arthur Sew all's lost anchor
and chain yesterday
List night's arrests Included two as
fault und battery cases, six drunks and
two Investigation cases.
The oarsmen of both the Myrtle nnd
Henlanl clubs will be out In force on
the wntet this morning.
domes & McTlghc, the liquor deal
ers, deliver orders to nny part of the
city free. Tel. Main 140.
The sale of the schooner Twilight
to have been held by Jas F. Morgan
yesterday was postponed.
Bourbon Whiskey, 6 years old, 3 50;
Claret, 50 cents; Sherry and Tokay, 73
cents a gallou nt HoUscblicgcr Co.s
The Catholic Mission Band will give
a public concert this evening on the
premises of the Holy Ghost Society on
S Kubey bought the Arlington an
nex lease and furniture at auction for
(810 The lease has Ave years to run
from September 1. 1901
Pels naphtha soap for tale at Sal
ter's gioccry Is something that saves
the housewife's work. For grease and
paint stains It has no equal.
It Is understood that the Myrtle Club
will follow the lead of the Healanls In
making admission to their club house
on riegatta Day by card only.
Very handsome display of beautiful
muslin bats and bonnets for children
In one of N. S. Sachs Dry Goods Co a
windows, selling nt very low prices.
Minerva Naklla, one of the Kamcha
meha girls, swore out a warrant yester
day for the arrest of Tom Nahlwa on
the charge of assault with a deadly
In preparing for Decoration Day the
tombstones should not be forgoten. J
( C. Axtcll has an advertisement re
garding them under Special Notices In
another colurnu. '
S. S. Dickenson of the Mackay Ca
ble Company was out In the dliectlon
of Koko Head with Surveyor General
Wall yesterday, tho purpose being to
examine more possible cablo landing
General Sectetary Brown of tho Y.
M. C. A., will speak briefly on "A
Young Man's Spare Time" at the regu
lar men's meeting In tho Association
hall this afternoon. A number of
'young men will follow him.
If you want a monument erected be-
fere Decoration Day call on H. E.
llendrlck, King street, near Alakea.
He has 110 choke monuments In stock.
Just received by S S. California a
largo consignment of Qulncy Granite.
I Puces from $35 tip.
Articles of association of tho Mc
Cully Ijjnd Company, Limited, have
been (lied with the Territorial Treas
urer and approved by tho Attorney
Qencral. The term is for fifty years
and the capital stock shall bo $80,000,
divided Into $100 shares, with tho priv
ilege of increasing the stock to not
more than $300,000.
New York, April 29. When Clay SI.
Greene, tho playwright, awoke In his
summer home at Baysldc, L. I., this
morning, be missed his stepdaughter,
miss Catherine Harenwell, who usual
ly breakfasted with him. After wait
ing an hour he sent for his butler, John
Anderson, but, much to his surprise,
learned that tho handsomo butler
could not be found .
A servant was sent to sco If SIlss
Bareuwcll was In her room, nnd re
tinned with tho still moro startling
message that sho was not thoro, and
that there was no evidence that the
young woman had been In her room
during the night
SIIbs Harenwell Is 23 years old, awl
her beauty and accomplishments had
greatly endeared her to tho playwright.
Further Inquiry developed tho fact
that a bay horso nnd runabout were
mlBSlng from the stables, as were the
trunks of both Sttss Harenwell and But
ler Anderson, They had eloped.
I Read the Bulletin. $1 per year.
HONOLULU AS SEEN
SOME 50 YEARS BACK
Collection of Historical Portraits on
Yiew in Mclnerny Shoe Store
Relics Saved by Mrs.
W. 0. Parke.
Tomorrow morning there will be In
the windows of Mclnerny Shoe store
an Interesting exhibit of old pictures
showing various views of Honolulu
covering the period from 1840 till
1S70. Tho pictures consist of three
lr-rge plates with one large view in
the center, surrounded on the sides
with pictures of single buildings nnd
places. TIiobo pictures nro very rare
ODd valuable, tho only set like them
known to be In existence being now
In the Bishop Museum. Those on view
nt Mclncrny's belong to Mrs. W C.
Purkc, whose husband for n period of
atout twenty years was the marshal
of thu kingdom.
Besides tho three large pictures
there Is also a small photograph which
In rarity and Interest possibly sur
passes tho larger ones. '1Mb picture
gives a view of Camp Saginaw on
Ocean Island nnd recalls n bit of his
tory as thrilling as any of Stevenson's
stories In nbout 1870 the United
Slates frigate Saginaw was wrecked
on Ocean Island and her crew thrown
upon Its desolate shore Two of the
cicw volunteered to try to reach this
city for nsslstanco. They embarked
In r- small boat and nfter a trip full of
hardships finally succeeded In reach
Ing Honolulu. Hero preparations were
Immediately made to rescuo those still
on the Island nnfl the old Island steam
er Kllauea was sent for them and
hi ought them back to civilization. Tho
picture shows tho huts which tho
slip-wrecked sailors erected, while In
the background (bo wreck of the Sa
ginaw can uc seen.
Among the other pictures Is ono of
tin old steamer Akamai, tho first
tttumslilp In these Islands. She was
p' the sldowhccler. wnlklngbcam type,
which can still be seen in use In some
feiry-boats In the states. She origin
clly was n river steamer In tho states
mil w'ns taken apart, packed In the
hold of a sailing ship and put togcth
ti again here. She ran In the Inter
Among tho old buTldlngs which still
remain standing are depleted the Ho
nrlulu Halo on Merchant street next
t" the postofflcc, nnd tho Court llnuso
which until quite recently was used
l) HnrkfcTd & Co There Is also a
p'eturo of tho Unttcu States consulate-,
the ruins of which can yet bo sten
v. th other remains from the plague
lire on the lot between Nuuanu street
nnr Mill's college.
Most of tho old buildings depicted
hive, however, long since ceased to
exist, but tho ltamaalna whose mem
ciy runs back to the time when gruBB
hi ts wcro tho moBt prevalent stylo of
architecture In this city will be nblo
to explain to tlio youngor generation
tho history and associations of tho
building and views from "old Hono
Two onesided games of basket ball
wero played at the Y. SI. C. A. last
evening. Tho games brought out tho
tiMial large attendance and the gal
lory was comfortably filled with lady
spectators and their attendants.
The first game between tho Spartans
and Intermediates was won by tho for
ner by a scoro of 23 to 11. Tho teams
were made up of tho Tollowlng play
ers: Hpnrtans J. Gorman, A C. Brown,
M. G. Johnston, It. S. Pearson and W.
Intermediates A. N. Kcoho, Tom
Evans, P. Perrelra. C. Ollllland and I
Tho games between tho Sialic III
mis and FIvo O'clocks was a bad bait
tor tho latter team as tho Sialics did
about as they pleased with their oppo
nents, beating them to tho tlmo of 44
to S. Tho players in tho Slallo Iltma
ti am wore1 Bonnie Clarke, Gcorgn
uisha, Ilob SIcCorrlston, John Clarke
and John Mnrcnlilno.
FIvo O'clocks Eddie Irish, P
flflimldt, W. E. Kerr. J. B Frltas and
K J. Itusscl.
Tho will of Cecil Ilhodes provides
$1500 for the yearly expenses of tboso
who shall fill his scholarships nt Ox
ford. The bursar of ono of tho collect's
says that $1500 Is enough to llvo upon
comfortably only while In college, but
Insufficient for vacation; while nho
dean of another college thinks $1500
ample for the whole year. The Oxon
ian term of resldenco Is leBS than six
months, nnd In the most expensive col
leges $75 n week Is not loo much for a
student Fvldently "tho higher educa
tion" nt Oxford 4s a term nf moro than
ono significance. Louisville Courier
Journal. Fxpert Opinion.
Moiled Hho ssys bIio would rather
fr a rmine'tn than ft blonde.
"opin-io 8fi0 ought to know. She's
Price Cupid and Others
Pull Rope at Aaia
MANY BACKS WILL
FEEL SORE TODAY
Regular Teams Failed to Show Up
and Manager Crook Called On
All to Enjoy Them
selves. Open house was the order of tho
evening nt the Aala warehouse last
evening nnd everybody who had tho
least bit of curiosity to see what was
going on Inside of tho big frnmo struc
ture was Invited to walk up and rnss
within, no tickets being nsked for and
njt a cent called for. Tho consequence
-.as that Japanese. Chinese nnd cv
tiybody else helped himself to an en
tiunre to enjoy the tugof-war.
The tug-of-wnr teams which were to
have pulled last evening did not show
up for some reason Pprhaps they
v ere enjoying Wardo's Shakespeare
tt tho Opera, or the Elleford attrac'
Pen at tho Orpherau. or wero starting
In early on their Sunday rest; at nny
rate, tbey failed to appear.
Open to All Pulls.
Manager Crook jumped up on tho
piriform nnd nnnounced riiat anybody
who wanted to pull could Jump In nnd
pull. Ho made it plain that tho ctowd
cLtild Tiavo all tho fun It wanted and
th crowd understood.
Prince Cupid hnlanlanaolo caught
tl e spirit of the affair as rlr others
end soon a good pull was In progress,
"ho crowd had more fun than ever bo
fere. It was Immense. Prince Cupid
and Inspector Gay of the Customs
service picked tennis nnd nrrangod to
pull ngalnst each other for tho first
event. Prlnco Cupid chose Slanagcr
Crook, Auctioneer Schcrmcrhorn,
Judgo Mnhaulii. Morris Kcohokalolc,
Dan Kaullka and Duke Knhnnamoku
Oay chose Chris Holt. Frank Knnae,
Klc hards, Richardson, Aylott nnd ono
otliei who slipped nvvny without glv
lii? his name.
Prince Cupid and Gay.
Prlnco Cupid pulled stroke for his
t.nm and Gay pulled foremost for his.
Charles Crane acter as captain of Cu
l'd's team. Crook was tho anchor
rinl a good anchor he made, too.
Pat (lloason captained Inspector
Gay's team. Tho pull started off at
tnc discharge of a pistol and the rear
of the crowd. The pullers wore dress
ed In their everyday street costumes,
r 'moving their coats for tho strenuous
work In hand. Some took tho precau
tion of removing llielr collars nnd cuffs
and Jewelry. Prince Cupid rolled up
lis shirtsleeves, loosened his gold
c asped belt, rubbed dust on his hands
und bent to the tnsk like a good fellow.
For several momenta the marker In
the middle of the rope stayed In tho
center, neither side having the ad
vnrtage Cupid removed both hands from the
lopo to shake his fists nt his oppo
nents and dare them to out-pull his
Smoked and Pull.
A large diamond In the bosom of
Anchor Crook'B Immaculate shirt bos
om flashed forth tho colors of the rain
how In tho electric light. Altogether
It was an amusing team as far as ap
jearances went and tho crowd Joked
as well as cheered.
One of tho purlers held n cigarette
between his clenched teeth and mo
th ned for a light from ono of tho by
standers. The spectator struck a
rrrteh nnd lit the cigarette. Each
man pulled for all he was worth. In
t.ector Gay did wonders on the lopo
ii.d tho captains yeTled all kinds of
triouragement. Charlie Crano mndo
himself hoarse. So did Pat Gleason
ILtndsome trousers wero dirtied and
rl pod on tho platform; suspenders
vero parted and belts wero broken;
brcks wero stiffened by the unusual
oxcrclse nnd muscles thnt had not
worked so bard In a long time wcro
attained to their utmost. Prlnco Cu
I id's team at last managed to pull tho
enemy tho required flvo feet after sov-
en minutes hard work.
Cupid as an Anchor.
A second pull was Thdiilgcd In, the
teams being made up of men picked
I'nra tho house. This time Prince Or
pl) was anchor for one of tho teamr.
His sldo was TJcatcn this time In n lit
" over fifteen minutes. Slost of tne
men In tho two teams wero Hawaiian
I'l.d strong men.
A third event was also pulled off
Poputy Sheriff Charles Chllllngworth
hud happened afong nnd ho Immedi
ately proceeded to get up n pollco
team Chllllnpworth took anchor him'
bdf and Cnptnln Flint of the water
f nnt pollco and flvo other officers
pu ed for over seventeen minutes
ngalnBt a strong team of Ilawalians,
mcstly members of .tho Pacific Hard
ware Company's second tugof-wnr
team. At tho end of that time, after
splendid work on both sides, the pollco
w ero beaten.
Opera House Packed to the Doors Is
Enthralled By the Great
Never has the attention of a Hono
lulu oudlnce ben as closely and se
curely held as was the ono which had
tho extreme pleasure last night of lis
trr.lng to Frederick Warde and his ad
n Irable company In thelf production
of Shakespnare'a tragedy "Julius Cae
tar" Sir Wtrtlo deserves every bit
of praise that Is gfven him by thoso
who enjoy the best thnre Is to bo had
rn tho American stage, not alone for
'.lis own pergonal work, but for his se
lection of a support that fa simply lie
yond tho finding of Mult.
Every seat In tho Opera House was
tilled last night wTth a representative
audience. Thujr were peoplu who lovo
to have Interpreted to them by ft mas
ler, the word that the great poet
wroto nnd the emotions that stirred
his breast S great waa the demand
for seat tint ettra chairs were plac
ed In every .tpare and corner and thus
nany wero mired from being turned
from tho ilaor
In tbp trwln dot via a party made
up of Mr tnJ Mrs tlichard Ivors, SIlss
Adams. MbM olamic- Widdlflcld. Sir.
Cbas. Dole and olt. Irvine The other
boxes nnd logei were also occupied.
There were sU acts to the play pre
sented and each seemed better than
the preceding. The crowning Btroke
of Frederick Warde s acting came In
the fourth act when he. as Marcus
Antonlus, made the famous oration
ever tho hodjr of Julius Caesar. Ills
work wait wonderful. He holds hU
audience" nnd carries It with him
v hither ho will
Just nt the do-.-- of th fourth act.
Sir. Wiird re.-eireJ a curtain call and
as ho f.t-Mip'(l forward, two rolls of
Ids rrnlli-rt nu.l (lima atlil red carna
ttons and m lile were handed up to
him. Mr. Warde gracelully replied to
th implied compliment lu excellently
Harry O'Connor undo a flno Caesar,
I'Ih Imperious and impatient manner,
his quick iad4ii)t temper, coupled with
his lovi tor Man' Anthony and tho ex
prcsslon thii,rs)f, marked him a splen
'il ai tor
Next ti Mr Wirde, the best actor
en the iiUge w.n Barry Johimtone.
v l.o took th" part of Caius Casslus.
lirnolulti wuito more of him for his
Is the kind of voting that leally makes
people fool He Is natural and wltlul
Is pahiHUkinn to the last degree.
ChurluK D Hefinsn as Brutus was an
other splendid irforiner.
In this brief review df the play. SINs
Aileen BertM. v, t page to Anthony
r.nd al) to Ilrutiu, must not be fur-
gotten ITer beautiful voice as it rang
cut in i hong li"fore Brutus on the fve
uf battle will long remain In the mem
ories of Honolulu people who wero
Piesent it the Opiia House last night.
"Tho Mountebank" given at the ma
tinee In the Opera House yesterday
afternoon by Mr Frederick Wardo was
P'ayed br a vpry fair house.
Throughout th" play the audience was
kept Interfaced and In good humor.
F-odetick Warde In the title rolo as
William Melharii, the wandering
mountHliuik. c-vlvlng frequent burst
li'g of applause which at tlmea was ro
I eated out ind over again.
Prom prei.nt Indications the Slor
chnnts" AHaocmtion will encounter no
great dlltlcuure. In obtaining the de
sired reduotiou ol rites for merchants'
week from the sfamshlp lines mid the
hotels Ni di'ftnite figures havo yet
been mvle by tin- transportation com
panies, but at the Informal confer
ences with members of tho committee.
I lie steamship managers have shown
a disposition t deal with the matter
In a way that wfil advance the mer
Tho steamship companies realize,
that thoy will benefit largely by the
largo number ot pleasure Bookers
Dud tradesman which (lie merchants'
week program will attract The spirit
thus far dlspltyed is one of hearty co
operation Tho management of one of the lead
ing hotels has signified its readiness
to mako low rats for the week. The
final report of the committee will not
bo ready till aboil the middle of this
week. It Is ronfld-nliy Hoped It will
lu of such a ti.itu.ti' thnt Immediate
plans may be begun to go ahead with
framing the t-atertaininent program
and advertising the event throughout
A rousing goou time was enjoyed by
ull who took part and ah who witness
ed tho lun Manager Ciook and the
others In charge was responsible tor
troro merriment than has been seen
for a long tim In Honolulu lu one
Weekly edition of the Bulletin $1
HOOD niam in
cCsfc cf i f7f ifi
Pretty nearly everything that you
can think of In tho harness line Is In
cluded In our big display.
Every harness we sell Is a bargain,
and we sell all kinds from light track
tndroad to heavy coach and team
lamest. From no ono cIbo can you
get tho harness valuo wo glvo you.
Sole Agents J. A. McKerron't fins
Harness and Horse Boots.
C. P. iierrick Carriage Co.,
ISS Merchant St.. next to Stnnjjenwnld Building.
FELS NAPTHA SOAP
WASHES CLOTHES WITHOUT RUBBING
REMOVES ALL GREASE AND PAINT STAINS
SALTERS' GROCERY STORE
For Want Column See Page Six
WANTED Lady of refinement, thirty
years of age, desires to bo compa
nion to lady, or governess to small
children Can glvo good references.
Willing to leave city. Address this
offlce , tl.
LOST Enameled watch charm of
half and quarter dollars and ten
cent piece, lteturn to Sirs. N. H.
Zeane nt Khlers & Co. and receive
Will soon be observed. Sec to It that
the monumenta to our friends aro
r t'do clean or now ones aro erected.
J C. Axtell. No. 393 Iioretanla Avo.
cor. Sillier, Is prepared to do such
wt rk at reasonable prices, P. O. Dox
C.I2: 'Phone Ulue G7I. 2U4-2w
The Palace Grill
DICK DALY, Proprietor.
IIOMOLULU, MAY II, I0O3
TABLE D'HOTE DINNER
Cream ul varjju CunMMiimt MlUnal:
Ilrollcil tllu. a U Mmtte J Hotel
Pummcs haratocB Chi
(Jucen OIh CvUr on Tut futilities
l,utMrru U Vettlwric
h 4teni Ham Chniujne Sauct
Mashed l talue
Kiln i,l Peel, au Jim
Flvtfed Vuung Turke), Craiilieii) Same
Vanilla Ice Cream
1 tijjlislt Plum I'uitdms Hari ami nruul) Sauce
AtoiteJ Cakes bwln Clieeie RaUiiii
'Creu'ji Clieese Nun
Cofee Cafe Nir Te.i kci! Tta
Dinner from O to 875 cents.
Saturday, Slay 10.
Ptnir. Klnau, Freeman, from Hllo
und way porth, at 11.15 a, in., with
mall, cabin and deck passengers, and
20 cords wood, 1 horse, 34 sacks cab
I'.ige, 94 hogs, 35 sacks potatoes, 11
Lucks corn and 143 packages sundrlos.
Stmr l.elum. Napala, from Slolokat
Saturday, Slay 10.
O. & O, S. S. Coptic, Kinder, for fian
1'iaiirlnco, at 9 a. m
I'rom Hllo and way ports, por stmr
Klnau, SIn 10. A. SI. Drown and
vwte, Sirs I)r C. II Cooper and child,
C II.' Jennings and wlfo, Geo. Wilson,
I SI Dow Sam Jones C. Slavln, R,
W'ada J P Sledelros, A. J Talte,
Itev S Kaud, Rov S. Keklpl, T. n.
De Hose, St C Bayers. St Sata. wife
iid child, and 113 dock passongers.
Now Nature calls her children
Whole speckled beauties gleam;
So the teacher wallops Johnny,
IiecauBo Johnny whips the stream,
THE GREAT DRAMATIC
Honolulu Season of tho Emin
ent Actor Mr.
and his distinguished organlza
Hon, who will present the fol
Tuesday MAY 13 Night
Thursday MAY 15 Night
Saturday MAY 17 Slatlnce
Saturday MAY 17 Night
I'rpuraiin (or exlier performance will J-
Iw dul announced Cunln. night! at (i
8 p m iharp Carriage mar b ordered V
at 1050 'A
Complete Scenic Production, armour, l
ci.lumc. elc tni-clally broujht lor each K
play AUoMr Warde'a oilzhul aupimn- V
init company. Includinc Mcaua charlea IS
l Unman. Harry Jonnitone Marry C, 'A
Barton, I raticin I) McRlnn. lohn It If.
-..-.-, ..n.n. mniiiiiriic t.lliun tirCIIIIB ,
Brew TrcKOIt. May W arde, Aileen Per- i
leue, ana 15 others V)
SCALK OP PRICKS Knlhe lower A
Boor, Ji jo, Kumlly Circle encept front li
row,Slooi LoRea.lioooi Boxea.,fl5oo A
Reeulirialeol tickets now open at Wall, (.
NUholaCo No Seat held aller lao'cti-.k -
ofthedaynf the pcrformaatc unless paid IK
lor by that lime .(.
Every evening during the week except
A Nutmeg Match
Tuesday and Wednesday
MY WIFFS BABY
Thursday and Friday and Matinee
LITTLE LORD FAUNTLEROY
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Ophcum Popular Prices 25c, 50c, 7Bo
MATINEE PRICES 15c and 25c.
Halstead & Co., Ltd
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921 Fort Street
TEL. MAIN 133.
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