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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II . FRIDAY, JULY 10, 1008.
For the Pleet
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We have the Most Beautiful Hats in town
We have the largest assortment of Beautiful Trimmings for Hats
We have the most Moderately-Priced Hats and Trimmings
DUNN'S HAT SHOP,
PIANO AND ORGAN.
Jas. Sheridan, Hotel and Alakca SU.,
or Hawaiian News Co. Pianos and
OrganB tuned and repaired. Also a
Duo assortment of second-hand pi
anos, organs, and Aeolian organa
for sale. Como and see thorn.
Woven Wire Mattresses repaired at
the Factory Honolulu wire Bed
Co , 1250 Alapat St. Telephone
Vea 8lnj Kee Plumber and Tinsmith,
8mith St. bet Hotel and Pauahl.
Bulletin Business Office Phone 258.
Bulletin Editorial Boom Phone 185.
Wc have several applicants who
want to buy houses in Makiki with
two or three bedrooms. Above Wil
der Avenue preferred. ,
If your is for sale we may be able
to do something for you.
924 BETHEL STREET.
Bishop Trust Co. Ltd.
924 Bethel Street,
137 MERCHANT STREET.
LOTS FOR SALE
IN KAPI0LANI PARE ADDITION
and other desirable localities,
For Sale at a Bargain Premises
at Hauula on the beach, a two-story
house and furniture, at a bargain.
J Fresh, wholesome, and of every
rk variety at
Beretania, Alakea, and Union,
Bulletin Business Office Phone 256,
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185,
We have the most facilities for Trimming your Hat as
L. de L. Ward, Accountant, has re
opened his office on Tort street,
nboe the Hawaii Photo and Art
Shinshinya Hotel. A. Onra, Mer.. Iwi-
lei ltd. nr. King; Phone 473.
For house help, phone White 2891, Ma
ktkl. General Employment Office,
cor. Ponsncola nnn Beretania.
Umbrellas made and re-covered, 0,
Mlzutu, Tort near Kttluil.
BULLETIN AD8. PAY
P. L. PETERS
M. Phillips & Co.
Wholesale importers and Jobbers
AMERICAN DRY QOOOl
PORT and QUCEN Tt
manufactured from flure distilled wa
ter; Delivered to any part of city by
OAHU ICE AND ELECTRIC CO.,
Kewalo. Telephone 628
BOOT and SHOE MANUFACTURER
By the Latest Improved Machines.
mens soles, to cents (sewed) ;
Men's Heels, 25 cents.
Repairing Neatly Done.
Corner King and River Sts
Sanitary Steam Laundry
Branoh; TERRITORIAL MES3EN-
QER SERVICE. PHONE 361
OF ALL KINDS.
DEALERS IN LUMBER.
ALLEN & ROBINSON.
Queen Street :: :: :: Honolulu.
Agent for Hawaiian Islands,
Cor. FORT and KINO Sts., Honolulu
AND OTHER PIANOS.
THAYER PIANO CO.
1G6 HOTEL STREET.
wi'J ,tvc you satisfaction.
113 HOTEL ST.
And kept in repair by men who
know their business. No amateurs
do the work in our Oarage.
134 Beretania near Fort St.
Hats, Caps and Straw
All kinds in rolls and sheets.
AMERICAN-HAWAIIAN PAPER ft
SUPPLY CO., ltd;
Fort and Queen Si.., Honolulu.
Te'. 410. George G, Guild, Gen. Mjrr,
King Street, Ewa of Fishmarket.
DRY GOODS AND FURNISHING
GOODS of EVERY DE
941 NUUANU ST,
Japanese Curios, Silk Kimonos,
Shirts, Pajamas, Shirt Waists, Tanoy
HOTEL STREET NEAR BETHEL.
St. "Louis bojs alw.ijs do things In
fine shape when they pot started.
Tho grand minstrel mid laudoilltc
performance given by the St. Louis
College Alumni Association List night
at tho Opera House was a great suc
cess. Tho audience was largo anil the
tcntal garments were gorgeous
and entertaining. Under a largo
Jnpancso umbrella, from which
wero strung Japanese lanterns
to tho four corners of the stnge,
wcro seated tho performers. Julius
W. Asch, the Interlocutor, was seated
In the middle, while tho pages, A. V.
Oush and Leslie Lemon were immed
iately in front of lilin, but a step low
er. Under tho leadership of ' Sonny"
C mill a, who was largely rcsiionslhlo
for the success of tlit show, tho full
chorus sang with spk'iulld voice and
power, winning the admiration of tho
nuillonco. V. L. Welsh sang a song en
titled "Spoony Sam." II ho was loudly
applauded. Dr. J. F. Cowes, with his
beautiful tenor olco, sang "A Hobo
in Heaven." Ho also captured tho
house. Kugcno K. Allen, who Is .li
ft a a entertaining and comical, s.ang
"My Boy Bill," and greatly amused
tho audience. Ho was loudly encored.
Hdnln K. Fernandez, dressed 'In Jap
anese silk "hukama" and walking llko
u Japuneso actress, sang "Dreaming."
Tho Kelo team, wlilcli occupied tho
box on tho walklkl side, applauded
loudly. Ho was followed by V. E.
Kerr, an old timer In nudovlllo per
formance, and a great favorlto among
tho kamnulnaa. Ho rendered ono of
tho best selections of tho night, sing
ing "No Wedding Hell for Mo."
During tho moving picture .exhibi
tion .lames D. Dougherty favored tho
oudleuco with an Illustrated song. "M
Virginia." Ho was glvch prolonged
applause, causing him to respond once
more, much to ilio delight of music
A double quartet, by Dr. V. F.
Cowch, Harry K. Chirk, flirt tenors;
Edwin K. Fernandez, II P. Zablau,
second tenor; W. L. Welsh, C. K. Hop
kins, baritona; W. E. Kerr and J. A.
LugroH, bass, was next in order, Tho
hinging was good.
Noxt on tho program was an net on
"Tho Trouble of ii Japanese," by
I'lank May and Adrian Keoho. May
noted as Japuneso Interpreter whllo
Keoho spoko Japanese. The wcro
dressed In Japuneso costume. "Anone,
nntn wit do-desuk7 which means
"Woll! how ore )ou?" amused tho
Kelo boys ery much as they heard
tlulr mother tongue spoken by a Ha
waiian In Hawaii. May, as a planta
tion Japanese Interpreter, performed
his duties well. He novcr forgot to
bow ut thd conclusion of every son
lonco,, ThO show ended with fancy dancing
by Mrs. annus pupils. Tho dancers
woro the recipients of prolonged ap
plause. Tho Failles, was given by Miss
Killth Klbllng and Miss Alma Fergu
son. Miss Laura Low, Miss Pearl Mc
Carthy, Miss flladya Kruegcr, Miss
Virginia McCarthy, Miss Dean Winter,
miss niargurcr McCarthy.
Prominent. In tho audlonco woreithe
baseball fans from tho land of the MI
kado and tho Santa Claras. With
their colors adorning, tho railing tho
tatter occupied the I'wu box, whllo
tho Kcios wcro in tho Wnlklkl box,
Their decorations wero tho Jnpancso
flags At tho conclusion of tho piny
tho Kolns goto threo rousing cheers
with their pollego yell,
Tho play will ho repeated on Satur
da) night and It Is oxicctcd that u
Iniger crowd will ho present at tho
Tho program was as follows;
PART I -
Opening Choitmc.by Entire Company
n "Entrance of l'rlnco Eagle"..
"Pride of the Pi.ilrlo"
"Aloha"... "Tho Orand Mogul"
"Nestle b) My lde" ......
....... "The Orand Mogul"
"Dixie Dan" furtli
you want it and Quickly "Dunn"
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Entrance of End Men
End Song "Spoony Bam". .Fischer
Mr. W. L. Welsh
Tenor Solo "A 'Rose In Heaven"
Ur. J. F. Cowes
End Song "My Roy Rill". .Bratton
Mr, Eugene K. Allen
Baritone Solo "Dreaming". .Dallcy
Mr. Edwin K. Fernandez
End Song "No Wedding Bells for
Mr. W. E. Kerr
Closing Chorus By Entire Company
a "I'm Afraid to Come Home In
the Dark" Van Alstyne
b "You Splash Me and I'll Splash
c "Rye and Bye" Adams
d "Clear the Way".. "Woodland"
Moving Pictures "Unknown Tnlent"
Illustrated Song "My Virginia" .
, u. ft. narris
Mr. James D. Dougherty
Double Quartet "I's Gwlne Down
Souf lo T)le"- ....... Parka
First Tenor Dr. J. F. Cowes, Mr.
Harry K. Clark.
Second Tenor Mr. Edwin K. Fer
nandez, Mr. B. P. Zablan.
Baritorte Mr. W. L. Welsh, Mr. C.
Bass Mr. W. E. Kerr, Mr. J. A.
"The TroublcB of a Japanese"
Mr. Frank May, Mr. Adrian Keoho
Fancy Dancing By Mrs. Quhn's Pu
n Tho Fairies Miss Edith Klbllng
Miss Almu Ferguson.
b Ballet Miss Laura Low, Miss
Pearl McCarthy, atlas Gladjs
Krucgar, Miss Virginia Mc
Carthy, Miss Dean Winter,
Miss Margaret McCarthy.
Interlocutor Julius W Asch.
Pages Muster A. W. Bush, Master
Bonis W. L. Welsh, Andy I.
Bright, W. E. McTigho.
Tambov William E." Kerr, Frank
May, Eugcno K. Allen.
Gentlemen of the Chorus :
First, Tenors Dr. J. r. Cowc, Har
ry K. Clark, Carl Nclpor, Benjamin
Hoitghtalling, W. B. Hopkins, Adrian
Keoho, "Sonny" Gay, J. Alameda, II.
M. P. Rose, W. Chun Hoon, Jr.
Second Tenors Edward Hopkins,
It. I. Zahlun, W. K. Slmcrson, C. K.
Stlllman, Jr., Edwin K. Fernandez,
W. 11. Charlock, Luther K. Evans,
Joso Dlas, Henry II. Williams, Harry
Baritones H, P. 0'8ulllvnn, C. M.
Hardee, M. O. K. Hopkins, C. A. K.
Hopkins, Alex P. Rcls, II. K. Knlll-
Basses James L Holt, Charles II.
Rose, John A, Legros, D. P. Hnnaln,
L. Crook, Manuel K, Cook, E. A.
Committee-' In Charge C. A. K.
Hopkins, chairman; II. P. O'Sulllvan,
J, A. Legros, M. G. K. Hopkins, Dr.
J. F. Cowes, C. II. Rose, 3. L. Holt.
AccompanlstMIss Emma Clark.
AJJERICAN DIVORCE LAW
IS ROUNDLY SCORED
LONDON, Kng., Juno 17. As an
outcome of tho alleged marriage ot
Reginald Grey Coke, son of Hon.
Henry and Lady Coke and nophew
ot tho Earl ot Leicester, to Galla, sts
tor of Mark Hambourg, tho" pianist,
In America last January, Mrs. Regi
nald Grey Coke today secured a ,do
crco of djvorce on tho ground ot big
amy and adultory. Tho documents
pioduccd In evidence showed that
Reginald Cake obtained n divorce In
NohrnBka on the ground ot desertion
on tho part of his wife.
Sir John Damon. In granting the
decree, said Reginald Cohn'H mar
rlagu to Miss Hambourg waa cleary
blgutnous, and hn sincerely wished
something could lie done In America
to pieicut this tort ot thing,
Advertisement! Under this Htadlno
One Cant Per Word Eaoh Day. Ne Ad
vertisements Inaertail for Let Than
Pupils for pianoforte, concert and
dance music a specialty; one hour
weekly, 75 cents, Apply Pupils,
Bulletin office. 4042-tt
Pianist and two ushers. Must be
over 17 )eara of age. Apply Art
Second-hand flat-top desk; must ba
reasonable. Address "L.P.," this
office. , 395E-U
A second-hand showcase, about Salt 1
feet. Address with price "P.," this
A second hand tent.
size and terms,
Clean wiping rags at tho Bulletin of
Furnished cottage, 260 ft. delation,
fine niarlno view; piano; modern
plumbing; gas stove; near car Jlne
and only twelve minutes', walk
from town. Apply "Q. A. M.,"
Bulletin office 4031-tf
House, eight rooms, with modern con
veniences; ploasant grounds. In
Punahou District, convenient to ear
lines. Enqulro W. C. Weedon. Stan
genwald Bldg , or P. O. Box 6S8.
Neat six room cottage, 1907 Young
street, near Artesian. Electric
lights, gas, mnsqulto-proof. Vacant
June 30th. Apply to J, II. Cum
mlngs, 1837, College street. tt
Furnlslled cottage at the beach, op
posite the switch near the bridge.
Apply on promises or L. B, Kerr Ik
Six-room modern house, electric
lights, gas, mosquito proof. In
quire at 1337-Pensacola St.
Furnished cottage and house-keep-Ing
rooms. Apply Cottage Orove,
Brass hub-cap. Returuo to Associat
ed vQarage. Reward. 4015-tf
WING CHONG CO
KING ST. NEAR BETHEL
, Dealers in Furniture Mattresses,
Etc., Etc. All kinds of KOA and
MISSION FURNITURE Made To
Improved and Modern SUGAR MA
CHINERY of every capacity and de
tcriDtion made to order. Roller work
and RIVETED PIPES for irrigation
purposes a specialty, rartioular at
tention paid to JOB WORK, and re
pain executed at shortest notice.
Bulletin Business Office Phone 256.
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185,
Advertisements Under. this Heading
One Cent Per Word Each Day. No Ad
vertisements Inserted for Lets Than
Ten Cents. v
A valuable collection of stamps. Thle
coleetloo Is the property of the
widow ot the late H. W. Bowec.
and Is the result of his effort )t
many years of labor; they can be
seen at the Hawaiian News Cev
Young building. 3911-tf
Fide eon lot In Uaklkt. Curbing,
water, fnilt and ornamental tree
and all Improvements. Two min
utes' walk from ears and Punahou
College. Addraw R. F.. this offle.
Entiro'furnlturc of a ten-room house.
Nuuanu Ave.; good condition, with
lease of house, stable, and servants'
quarters If desired. Address "J.
P.," this office. 4048-tf
Twenty-four hens and twenty-four
chicks. Apply "A.," Bulletin of
Horse and buggy.
FOR SALE OR LEASE.
2 1-2 acres of land and modern house.
Fine poultry farm; reasonable Ad
dress "Furm," this ofllcc.
4000 Green Rooting 81 aU 10"sl".
S00 One and Twp Prong Iron Fence
1 26-gallon Drum Commerptal Eth
1 Castlron Fitting wltb Flanges,
for 12" Wrought "Pipe. '
EHMELUTH & CO., LTD.,
145 Kinc Street Phone 211,
You Want Electric Wiring Doae or
Private Telephone Installed or Dry
Batteries, call tho
UNION ELTCTRI0 00.. .
e9 Beretania St Zhou 315.
R. MIYATA & (JO..
CONTRACTORS, BUILDERS. PAIN
TERS, PAPER .HANGERS and
Second Hand Lumber, Door and
Sashes Bought and flttli.
UlrTG ST., -PALAMA JUNCTrUM.
Honolulu has wll gained the repu
tation of belKtj a clean olty. The only
way we can maintain same Is by ktep
Ing at work,
1 Soothing Styrap w
a has teo tuft for ortr B1XTY m.
fa tmtrraudrforSlAlUUftEA. Sold p
SU by pnuBTWU (a aver? Jrt at the t
wodd. f)m nra and uk for Urt-'g
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