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KVKN1NU BULLETIN. HONOLULU, T. II., WEDNESDAY, JUNE 29, 1510. '," .
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HISS MAUDE ROCKWELL,
The Operatic Prima Donna of the Casino Musical Comedy Company, Who
Has Sung Her Way Into the Hearts of Honolulu Theatergoers.
There was certainly no lack ot
singing, dancing, audience or encored
at tli second performance ot "Thb
Telephone Girl" at the Opera House
last night. The house was packed
to the doors. This fact i)lspels the
reason given for the falling oft of
the audiences during the last two
weeks of the Mcltaes that the town
was running, short of theater money.
They simply wanted a change, and
the town Is getting It.
The voice culture shown by Miss
Ilockwell can safely he said to ho
far ahead of anything of that nature
ever heard here before, lit Is simply
marvelous In jf range, and conceals
In Its high notes a suspicion of Ven
triloquism that seems, to echo nil
about the ilomo ot the theater. Jlli
Ilockwell has but to sing und Ha
waii Is hers.
The rest V the company fulfilled
the expectations of "a critical audi
ence. A Bpeclal feature of the present
program Is a violin solo by Miss
Ktbcl Cunfleld, a member of the' or
chestra. In this land of .nulsc a
solo performer must be ot tile best
to gain applause from' the audience,
and Miss Cunfleld certainly made
good, and It those present had their
way utter her flTst number last
night, she would ,be playing yet.
The chorus girls in their changes
nf costumes', singing and drilling are
OAHU ALUMNI TEAM
Sailors Not Stronir Enough for ex-
Students Oame Ends in Vic
tory for Landsmen by 7 to 2
Yesterday afternoon on the Alex
ander Field, the Oulm College alumni
baseball team defeated the nine from
! " cruiser Cleveland by a score of
7 to 3. The nlumnt were shy of
men and hud to borrow from the fans
who lined the ground. Henry Chll.
lingworth and Sam of the same Ilk
took n hand In the game, and both
The rooting was a thing of Joy,
and the sailors certainly did some
great stunts while the game wus in
progress. The Bhlp's cook, who was
alluded to. as "Fergy," led the hunch,
and the way thetJackles yelled wus
a treat to listen to.
The lineups of both teams follow;
I'unnhnu Alumni Castle, p.; Uita,
lb.; Wlnne, c; Aklna, 2b.; Nowcll,
3b.; 11, Chllllugworth, us.; S. Chll
lingworth, rf.; Lin and Ordenstclu,
cr.; Pat ynnd Wlthlngton, If.
Clevelund-'-Lentherby, 2b.; D. Dy
son, 3b,; Hale, rf.; Monohan, lb.;
Iteyes and Devota, p.; Dolnn, cf.;
I'obl, If.; Lurk, .; Kiilrbalru, c,
Judge Cooper this morning issued
, un order excusing all the Jurors on
' duly In the criminal court.
There Is nothing more to come bo
fore the Jury lit this sesslou of the
court wild the members of that body
liure been relieved until Hepiimiher I,
when they will report ugnlii lo lliu
GIRL" IS GOOD
extremely well received.
Thursday will usher In "The
Astronomer," said to be n Bide,
splitting comedy, nnd It will no
doubt entertulu as well as the pres
While the promised semi-weekly
change of progrnm Is announced
for tomorrow night in "The Astron
omer," the present offering Is a
guarantee ot what Is to be expect
ed for the week end. Like "The
Telephone Girl," "The Astronomer"
Is ot such arrangement as to give
all of the ten principals as well aB
the pretty girls ot the chorus an
enunl opportunity m distinguish
themselves. With bucIi material as
Maude Hockwell, I.nurel Atkins, Olga
Stepk, Ethel Cunfleld and Kllse liar
rls McOnlre, Harry Clarrlty and
jliirry Stewart, Stage Dlrectdr F,rank
lllalr has an excellent array of tal
ent to work on, as each ot the above
named Is nu artist on his or her
Olga Stcck, in "I'm Looking for a
Sweetheart"; Harris McGuIre, doing
bis screamingly funny song, "I Know
Them All"; Laurel Atkins' "Smile,"
Hurry Garrlty's rube song, Cnrleton
Chase in two numbers, and Kllse
S. buyler, scored each In turn to bet
ter advantnge than the first night.
"The Telephone Girl" could have
easily been continued for the balance
of the week.
POLO PRAaiCE CAME
TODAY AT MOANALUA
Three Teams to Take Fart in Flay
Last Preliminary Game Before
Match Against Fifth Cavalry,
I This afternoon at Moanalua there
will be a practise polo game, nnd
three teams uro expected to turn out.
The Keds, Whiles and Ulues as the
teunis are known are fairly well
matched, and some fine play Is
brought off at times in the practise
The older players of the game
take a great interest In showing the
I new men how to get onto the finer
points ot the sport, and the result
Is that u new crop ot polo men Is
The Oahu men wilt play the Fifth
Cavalry team a. couple of matches
before the regular season openi In
August, and both teams should be In
the best of form when the redoubt
able Maul players make their an
nual pllgrlmuge to. Honolulu. As
soon as Walter Dillingham returns
from his wedding trip, it Is thought
that he will take up the game again
und get Into the best possible form
for the Inter-Island tournament.
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
Iluhhorsot tooth brushes and Dorsal
dental cieiuii ut llonsoii, Hiullh & Co,,
Ltd., Ilolul ami I oil streets,
, . ,i.'
work great injury to the cause of temper
ance. It is a. species of Intemperance
within itself, for it goes beyond the
bounds of reason in that it attempts to
control a man's appetite by legislation and
in making crimes but of things that are
rtot crimes. A prohibition law strikes a
blow at the very principles on which our
government was founded. I have always
been found laboring to protect the weaker
classes from the stronger, and I can never
give my consent to such a law as you pro;
pose to enact. Until my tongue ,shallifrje.
silenced in death I will continue to fight
for the rights of men." - '
NOVELTY'S SEW SHOW.
"A Class ot One." is the skit now
on nt the Novelty Theater, and It Is
one of the inost'slde-spllttlnE sketches
ever put on. It Is a school net and
Sam Orton Is the only pupil und his
part of the funny school boyjs done
to perfection. His Jokes und tricks
are of the very best and the eonga
are the latest und very catCby. Miss
Leota appears in some of her ex
qulslte gowns. The Noveityi'has been
Very fortunate In securing Orton &
teotu as they ruuk high us clever
yaudevllle entertainers. New reels of
motions will be shown, ulso, which
concludes the bill. There will be a
matinee every Wednesday und Sat
urday at 2 i'. m. i
THE I'.IHK THEATE1L
Tho attractions at the Park are fill
ing that place of amusement every
night. The Desmond Sisters are as
clever dancers as have been seen In
Honolulu and Mr. Thompson can sing
some and then some moro. J, V. alb
son Is an enertalner of the Tom Arm
strong stump und he keeps the audi
ence going. The motion pictures are
always good at the Park and Sonny
Cunha and his musicians do much to
make an hour .at this open ulr amuse
ment place pass much too quickly,
The program is always one ot clena
events, a proven fact by the same
people going there weok uftor week.
reported that the oceanic dis
turbance caused when the Klorldu hit
(.he water was felt distinctly in Clreut
Rrltaln. Washington Times.
1 "Half a pound of tea, 'pleu,io,"
"(jreen or black!" "Doesn't matter
which. It's for u blind person.' Hon
A 'rooster would be entitled to moro
crpdlt for rising eurly if ha didn't
crow ubout It. Puck.
Bunduy bus come lo bo a day of
rest, recreation und uutoiuoblle acci
dents. Toledo lllude.
The only peit,ou luleieated I u your
troubles Is the iiiuu who hopes to
profit by th em,
Ihe limn with the lung head N uulu
ft ui It oil short uotlci Ohi'uito
Flattery will turn u girl's head, Ho
will peroslde, Turners Kulls lluport
THERE is only one
soap that can be
Ivory Soap, and that is
white Castile Soap.
Very, little of it ia sold
in this country.
The so-called "Castile"
soap sold by the majority
of drug stores is riot
"Castile" Soap at all; it
is, a cheap and inferior
imitation of a meritori
ous article. '
99o Per Cent. Pure
AUDIT COMPANY OF
rn' 924 BETHEL STREET
P. 0. Box .640; -..'Telephone 708
Conducts outclasses of Audits and
un ui Kinas oi nnanciai worr
Supstions Riven for simplifying
or systematizing office work. All
RE0AL SHOE CO.
King and Bethel.
The youne couple who i.iiunt'U'd
lhru wituks. ithnr Ihn Witildhu hull
-,.-..-. ... .
uucli dsteriiiliiinl to Ih'kIii iIkIu In lli
iiiuiiukui imit of Him uthor, no duulit.
IMPORTED AND ISLAND
Manufactured from pure distilled wit.
er. Dellverecj to any part of pity b
Oahu Ice & Electric Co.,
Kewalo. Telephone 528.
Delivered to residences
and officer at 25c. per
hundred in 10-Ib. lots
or more. '
W. O. BARNHART,
133 Berchant St.,
THE 0BPHEUM BURNED
IS STILL ALIVE
FOR SALE AT ALL BARI
Cream Pure Rye '
L0VEJ0Y AND CO.
GEO. A. MARTIN,
ImlntH lulti for III,
mmk lot It.
The True Hawaiian Musical
Eaty to learn nnd especially
adapted to Hawaiian music.
Friends on the mainland
will appreciate a gift of an
' UKULELE .
Flain and Inlaid Xoa
Alex. Young Building
Hawaiian News Co.,
W uiyW.nd K Ktrac 4 moitn Uio(
t)ianl mBjomu Id apUai t m nlh
out iacwriag Un nil ei am lyttemitiiii.
IM ui ihow jmi how mwtiaM on
imUE S5PPIY C0MPANX;'
931 Fort Street
Fireworks and Flags
A. B. ARLEIQH & CO., LTD;
Fourth of July
Sky Rockets, Roman Candles,
Fireworks in Cases
Fireworks of All Kinds
WALL,. NICHOLS CO., LTD.
Books! Books! Books!
BROWN A.LY0N CO.. LTD.
Alexander' Tonne Bids.
Eyes Tested Glasses Fitted
ALFRED D. FAIRWEATHER
Oculists' PrescvWions Filled
HAIIKISON UI.OCK, TOUT STUEET
Honolulu, T. H.
In Our. Cream
Special care to keen
it cold and protect it
from contamination as
sure ample keeping
THE POND DAISY.
Do You Dance?
If not, wh not? The Royal Acad
emy of Dancintr holds forth every
Friday evening: at the Odd Fellows'
Hall, corner Fort and King streets.
PLUMBING AND TIN WORK
The Pioneer Plnmber
182 Merchant St., near Alakea St.
MAY'S OLD K0NA COFFEE
Best in the Market
HENRY MAY & 0 0.
All the Do
"BULL" GINQEB ALE
RYCROFT'B' FOUNTAIN SODA
-HAWAIIAN SODA WORKS
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At a 'meeting of the shareholders
of J.IIopp & Co., Ltd., held at their
place of business, 185''" King' street,
June 27, 19T5, the following' offl
cere were elected to serve for the''
K. M. Marshall...; ;..,
x.I'resldeut -and Director
.las. K, Jaeger. ,......,-,.., .'. . ,
. , . . .IVtce-Preitldent nnd Director
I,. C. Abies .'
i.,, .Treasurer and Director
1 .1, Ixiwrey .....I,..,...,....
...Secretary and Director
XI. P. rtolilnsbn '
Auditor and Director
V. J. l-OWHEY,
Notice Is hereby Riven of the In-
icorporatlon, under the laws of, the
Territory of Hawaii, nf HANK OF
HONOLULU, LTD. (Capital 1600,
000 fully naid un). which will take
over and succeed to the business of
CLAUS Sl'ItKCKKLS & CO. on July
1. 1910. .
The HANK OK HONOLULU, LTD.,
will conduct a general banking bus
iness hs heretofore carried on by
CLXUS SFHKCKKLS & CO.. and
asks the continuance of the valued
patronage accorded to that firm.
HANK OF HONOLULU, LTD.
Wi O. IKWIN,
At a meeting of the stockholders
of the W. W. Wright Co., Ltd., held
this day, the following officers were
W. W. Wright President
J. Alfred Magoon ,.
K. J. I-owrey..s ,2nd Vice-President
i:. II. Paris Secretary
C. O. Hottel
Treasurer and Manager
P. U Weaver Auditor
June 27, 1910, 46G5-3t
J. H0PP& CO.
We have paid our accounts. Please
get busy and attend to youra. If '
you do not and the account Is placed
in me lianas qr. an, attorney, the
fault will he yours, not ours.
J. HOPP & v.0.
Per I.. C. ABLES,
4055 June 27, 28, 29, 30; July 1,
2. 4 ,5, 7, 7, 8, 9. 10.
ORDINANCE NO. 19.
AN ORDINANCE: RELA.TINO TO '
PMJMUINQ WOItK IN THE CITY
AND. COUNTY OF HONOLULU.
De It Ordained by the People of the
City and County of Honolulu:
Section I. It shall be unlawful
tor any person or persons', nrm or
corporation, to do any plumbing
worl; for another In the City' and
County of Honolulu until he pr they
shall have first obtained a license
to do plumbing work In accqrdauce
with the provisions ot Sections 3 and
4 of Ordinance No, C of the City
nnd County of Honolulu, aB amend
ed by Ordinance No. 16 of the City.
and County ot Honolulu.
Section 2. Any person or persons.
firm' or corporation, violating the -
provisions ot this Ordinance shall be
deemed guilty ot a misdemeanor,
and upon conviction thereof shall be
punished by a fine 'of not more than
Klve Hundred Dollars (1500,00), or
by Imprisonment tor a term not ex
ceeding six months, or by both line
Sectlou 3.- This Ordlnauce sha..
take effect fifteen days from and aft
er the date of It approval.
Introduced by Supervisor
II. W. AYLETT. y
Date ot Introduction;
May 20, A. D. 1910.
Approved this 2Ht day of Juue;
A. D. 1910.
JOSEPH J. FEIIN.
4650 June 21, 22, 2,3, 24, 25, 'it.
28, 29, 30; July 1. ' .
During my n'bsenco from the Ter
ritory, Mr. W U Emory wilt act for
mo under full power of attorney. ,
4u55.3t E. W. QUINN.,
ASSESSMENT NO. 18
Honolulu Branch of the Harrison
Has been called and la DUE JUNE
1C and DELINQUENT on JULY 16.
M. E. Silva,
UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER
Prompt and Polite Attention
CHAPLAIN LANE. OPPOSITE
CATHOLIC SISTERS '
Phone 170 Night Call 1014
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