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: RECREATIONS I
"IltintliiR UIk Gnnio lti Allien" will
1u iirt'BCiili'd t tliu Art tliiMtcr for tliu
InilmiCD lit thin week and Is iiiii!o;iIU1
ly far mtil nwny tliu best film ever
thmvn In Honolulu from every stnuil
imlnt. There U nn umi9ii.il Intercut nt
tiirlicil to this film ns It represents tliu
fniuoiiH Tuddy" ai.il his p.irty on tliolr
ImutlnS trip In tliu Afrlcin JuhkIc,
Their nrrlial nt ami departure from
Monib.tsa la the (list of llic Mirlcl
rcviiPB shumi on the nciepn. They
tiiu first teen nt the "Mombasa Hotel,"
wheie the p.irty In outfitted; the for-
tors nud tuck boaters, lion hunters
"hoys," etc. nie eiiRaKed for the expe
dition. Krom heiu they net out for
their camp In the Interior. Teddy nt
tin- head of the carman, superbly
mounted, int me the lest of the whltu
men of the outfit, i:cntunlly camp
Is reached and after getting thlim's
tdilp shape off they go keen for iiport.
"Teilily" leave camp nioimted on an
elephant, which unlmnU, by the way,
n ro oltcii lined 111 liimtlus the larger
mid more feiocloua beasts. Soon the
"trackers" dlcocr n lion's mxior and
excitement runs IiIrIi from then on hik
til the kins of beauts Is laid low by a
bullet from the Illustrious leader's
ilflc. The return to camp and the
skinning of the carcass are lvldly
hlionu. Too much cannot be said rel
titho to the fccencry and settings
show n In this film. Supeib Is the only
word uiiywhere near attenuate. Partic
ularly In thi) scene showing the leturn
to camp. The coloring the lights and
shadows, expressions on the faces of
the Kiotin are simply gicat.
School children In particular should
bo glien an opportunity to sec one of
todaj's or tomorrow's performances
us this particular film Is highly In
structive One of Its many scenes
shows the baiting nnd trapping of a
Hon and Its subsequent confinement In
u box cage. The novelty of this film Is
In the fait that the lions, leopards, etc.,
nro npp.ucntly roaming about nt their
own sweet will. As n more, suggestion:
It might bo well to "come early" as
the chances nro there will bo "stand
lug room only."
CARTER THE GREAT.
Carter, tha wonderful magician
coini-s to Honolulu with a reputation
for 'doing more mystetlous things than
nny person In the profession today. He
tells you what ho will do, how ho will
do It mul then asks you to detect hlnid
He Is one of the greatest men In the
business of convincing tils nudleiiccs
that tho hand Is quicker than the 051.
In tho Orient lie played to tho largest
nudlcnces tlmt had ever gathered to
see a similar attraction nnd eerono
who attended went away satlsllcd and
mystified. His patter, quips and
cracks add much to his ierformnnce.
He jokes and tickles tho fancy of the
audience with n ceaseless btream of
wit nnd humor. Carter gives you old
tricks which he Immediately follows
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RETURNING HOME AFTER TRIUMPHAL TOUR OF THE MAINLAND, WHERE THEY WERE EN
THUSIASTICALLY GREETED IN EVERY CITY AND TOWN VISITED. PRAISED BY THE LARGEST
AUDIENCES EVER GATHERED TO HEAR A MUSICAL ORGANIZATION.
Unstinted praise from the Pacific to the Atlantic and back
Seats for the Concert will be on sale at the Orpheum Theater Saturday Morning, Oct. 9, at 10 o'clock
Reserved Seats, - $1.00 Box Seats, - $1.25 General Admission, - 50c x
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with those that havo never before been
seen. Ho docs tho most mnrvelniH
things In lov of tho audiences, thlriH
which tempt one to bollevu In spiritual
aid of nunc than tho lla Do liar in
rlety. Carter nppcarn In one part of
his entertainment as n Chinese ami
the Hongkong papers nk-n'k "c" ,,f ll
His program Is a long die nnd he has
much to offer that will Iro Interesting.
Thoso of tho public who have seen tho
grent Harry Keller and the lessor light
and old frlet'd of llonuluK Znmloch,
should see Carter and learn the differ
enco between n novlco and n finished
nrtlst In magic. Carter will uppenr at
the Opera House on Monday night.
The Constabulary band appears, us
ually, nt Its concerts In" tho unlfoim of
the fnlted States soldier. All of the
membeis, or nearly nil, nro enlisted
men In tho Philippine Constabulary
and n number of them hnvo been In
tho thickest part of a row on several
occasions. Music comes to the Filipino
ns naturall yas It docs to tho Hawaiian
and nfler a scleral yearn course of
"beating In" tho men beconftj artists
who ma go before any audience and
bear Insj cetlon from the most critical.
In Captain W. Howard Uivlng, the
ntlplnos hnvo n leader who Is 11 most
thorough mtnlclan and 11 careful In
structor. He fills tho enme position
In the Kast' that Sauzo did when lead
er of tho Mnrluo band at Washington
and ho gliox the same abundant pleas
ure to the thousands who go out to
hear his band on tlio plain on concert
nights. The program to bo presented
nt the Orfihciim ou'Tuesdny night will
be the same that the people of Iloslon
heard when the band vUtted (hero nnd
Hindu such a phenomenal lilt. Sats
will bo on tale at the Orplicum on
Tho Unwritten lustier" Is tho name
of a new film to bo presented nt the
Park Theater tonight lor tho first time.
It is the story of tho young boy
drowned nt sen and the efforts of his
mates to keep tho news from Ills moth
er. They write the letters ho could
not because death had stilled his hand.
Later It Is brought to tho mother that
her boy Is gone and tho awakening Is
toi row fnl.
Tho attendance at the Park during
tho week has been satisfactory and
tho urogram unusually good. There
will be now comedy films tonight and
the little girls will atiiuso the audience
by rendering a few new songs. Thero
Is no longer danger from showers foi
the shed protects the audience.
A good program Is on nt tho Empire
tnd the numbers this week aro Inter
esting and educational, a combination
that draws better thnn anything that
can be offered. Ono of tho scries
shows tho manufacture of steel rails,
shows tho men working to Increaso
tho Incomes of tho men interested In
United States steel. It's worth looking
at and those who see will make up
their minds they would rather bo
stockholders than workers. "Resurrec
tion," nn adaptation of tho masterpiece
of tho celebrated Loo Tolstoi, Is
ON PHONE MATTER
Road Committee Reports Favorably
on Compromise Offered by Tel
ephone Company and Supervis
crs Adopt It.
Almost an hour's fighting over tho
favorable icport niado by tho road
committee on tho compromise offered
by the telephone company on tho pro
posed post hole ordinance resulted In
the Hoard of Supervisors adopting tho
agreement lost night,
Aylctt, who stood out for enforcing
tho ordinance. ciinio over to
the telehpono side of tho question nnd
signed the report of Supervisor Qulnn
In fmor of adoption. Kane, who wns
cxicctcd to sign tho report, asked to
bo excused from voting on tho matter
ns ho wns not present nt the Inst con
lorenco and did not think ho was suf
On tho Hoard, Ahla voted affirmative
ly; Cox was absent. McCtellnn stood
firm against nny compromise. Mayor
Fern has objected to tho compromlso
right along, ns ho considered tho city
had rights that would enable them to
A number of fireworks were Indulged
In over the matter mid It was almost
avoid any compromlso whatevc.'.
nn hour before It went to tho question
As tho result of tho agreement reached
between tho telephone company
nud tho county, the latter will pay 15c
n foot for tho duct to be laid In tho
telephone company's excavation free
of chnrgo nnd tho Mutual will bo ex
empt from luturo Inspection 'fees
which amounted to fifty cents n hole.
The city also gets tho uso of tho com
pnny'H manholes. Tho agreement will
last 27 years, tho tlmo which the com
pany's charter has still to run, Tho
Telephone company will, howovcr,
hnvo to take out pcrmltB for excava
tion. Miss Alma Sturtevant was recent
ly appointed clerk of the county
court In Houlder, Col. She Is a na
tive of Maine nnd moved to Houlder
county from that Blato three years
great film. There ore a coiiilo of com
edies that nio ridiculously funny, com
edies which must be seen. Wallace
and Way hold over for another week
and continue to amuse.
Wnvcrlcy Hall is sustaining a record
seldom rivaled In Honolulu, Every
night the crowds continue to pour In
and Manager Nalnoa has often been
compelled to turn people away.
Everybody goes to Wnvcrlcy Hall
nnd rank makes no difference. They
all have a splendid time and como
away only to go again tho following
ovcnlng. Tho Idea Is a good ono and
very now, Tho Royal Kawalhau Olco
Club renders tho music and It Is tho
a best orchestra In tho Hawaiian Islands.
The World - Famous
12, at 8 o'clock
And Wednesday Matinee
OF RIOT JURY
.Waimanalo Japanese Are Given Sen-
tence of Eight Months Upon
Beinir Convicted on Charge of
A verdict of guilty was returned by
a jury In Judgo t)o Holt's court yester
day In tho enso of tho Walmnnalo riot.
crs. who wcro charged with assault
and battery nnd obstructing an officer
of t)ie Inw In the performance of his
duty. Thero wns no delay In Impos
ing sentence, Judge Do Dolt promptly
fixing tho punishment at eight months
Imprisonment, tho eight defendants
having nlrcady spent about three
months in jail for which no credit Is
In tho course- of Imposing sentence
Judgo Do Dolt warned tho convicted
men Hint they must nbldo by tho laws
of the coutnry and not think for n niln-
ufo.thnt they could defy tho ameers of
tho law with Impunity.
Tho prosecution was In the hands of
City and County Attorney Cnthcart and
Mr. Prossor of Kinney, Ilallou, Pros
per & Andcrron nnd was carried to a
swift conclusion, a conviction being
confidently expected on tho over
whelming evldcnco that was presented.
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
nit Kind You HaYt Atarayt BwcU
. Bears tha
BULLETIN ADS PAY
Hawaiian Opera House
J. 0. Cohen Presents
Master of Magic
And the World'i Greatest
, r . PRESTIDIGITATOR.
CORRINE CARTER .
AND ANVABE COMPANY.
MONDAY EVENING, OCT. 11.
FIVE NIGHT3 ONLY.
Prices ". 25o to S1.00
Reserved Seats at Bergitrom Mu
WILL APPEAR AT
For the Benefit of the
Will Be Ginn at the
SATURDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 8.
. at 0 p. m. ,
. u, $1.00,' 75c, 50o
Tickets may be had at Berntrom
TO BE SEEN AT
IN HONOLULU ATHLETIC PARK.
and many other of local and general
ADMISSION. .. .10, 10 and 25 cents
Beautiful New Hats
Just Arrived. ki
Now on vievn at ' "
Dunn's Hat Shop,
Cor. Fort and Beretania.
3. Abadie, Prop.
F. THOMAS DYEING WORKS.
Wednesday Evenini?. Oct, 13. at 8 o'clock
at 3 o'clock
SHOULD THE TRANSPORT ARRIVE EARLY ENOUGH ON TUESDAY THERE WILL BE A MAT
INEE AT 3 P. M. ONE CONCERT WILL BE A SYMPHONY) AND. IT WILL BE THE FIRST TO BE
GIVEN HERE BY AN ORCHESTRA OF THIS SIZE.
LAST WEEK OF
Wise & Milton
MUSICAL COMEDY AND
THE BIGGEST AND BEST SHOW
IN TOWN FOR THE 'MONEY
' TWO HOURS OF SOLID FUN.
and 30 cents.
Reserved Seat 20
Matinees Wednesdays and Saturdays,
Fort Street, Below BereUnia.
BEST VAUDEVILLE IN THE CITY.
PRIDE OF THE FLEET.
ORIGINAL "HONEY BOY."
AMERICAN CRAYAN ARTIST.
ECCENTRIC COMEDY ARTISTS.
HUNTING BIG GAME IN
, RETURN OF THE LESS0S.
Saturday, Monday and Friday,
ADMISSION AS USUAL.
Princess Rink t
Open Every Afternoon
AFTERNOON SESSION, 3 TO 0 t
EVENING SESSION, 7:30 TO 10.J0
Miss Emma Wiener
Champion Lady Skater of the World.
ADMISSION 15o: Skates, ISo
HOTEL STREET, NEAR BETHEL.
' ' Honolulu
SUNDAY, OCT. 10.
1:30 P. M.
J. A. O. vs. 0. A. 0'
U. S. M. C. vs. KALIHI
First Game of Second Series.
Seats.' v. lOo, . 15c, 25c
NEW' IDEA. .
WAVERLY DANCE HALL.
Cor. Hotel .and Bethel Sts.
Open every evening except Sunday
at 7 o'clock.
Admission lOo. Ladles Free.
Mnsio by Kawalhau Glee Club.
Blank books ot all sorts, ledgers,
etc., manufactured by the Bulletin
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