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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, December 14, 1910, 3:30 EDITION, Page 6, Image 6',
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F.VENINO I1ULLETIN, HONOLULU, T 11 WEDNESDAY DEC H. 1910
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You'll Always Enjoy
Your Giass Qf
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Well, What Do
Worth of Real Estate
.$old in Kajmuki
During the. Last
After writing Ails on Kai
mukl, we liave put over the
biggest success in years, out
selling every other district!
on the-market. But hush!
' , it
We couldn't have done it if
the properly jiail not been nil
right and sold itself. The
real secret the property; not
the stuff we have been writing.
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m Kaimuki land
In the very latest designs, and
the largest assortment ever
Of the best makes for ladies
and Gents. In v prices to suit
any purse. ' ' ( "
That will be the pride of any
housewife, 7 '' .
flhat will make the best of holi
We will be pleased to show you
anything' in the lines carted. ...
J. A. R. VipA
Phone 2231. 113 Hotel St.
Reduction In Prices!
Tlie miinugcuieiil li.ix decided In re
GENERAL ADMISSION TO
' 25, 50 and 75 CENTS.
' Hunt ll.irlnc (.'jniinuls Kut Seen
THE FLYINll JOUDAN8 OUTDONE
GREAT DOUBLE SOMER
I SAULT BLIND'FOLQED
In Art I'ntrtid In erolMs Oilier
SIEGRIST AND SILBQN
(If tliln (lrc.it tmcrlciili Slum
TENT OVKHFLOWINH WITH SAT
ISFIED PATRONS EVERY N10I1T
I Program to In1, Presented tonlchti
Orounil mill Lofty Tumbling by
Members of tliu Company
Tltll'LK TIIAl'ti.K II Y
TIIK TIIIIKE MIIILIS SLSTt'ltS
10TO AMI TATK
In their Nuw nnJ Original Comedy Act
IllAZE, POLO AMI IHAZJJ
Experts on the Horizontal DarH
MIL (IK01M1K NLTTLKH
And III Troupe of
Eighteen Performing Dogs
THE (1HEAT Ijll.MI
Light n'ml'lleavy weight Dnlanclng
S1EHIIIST AMI SII.IIOX TIM11IPK
Tho World's (Ireatest Acrollsts.
Introducing Now Songs, and Ragllmo
Jnpnncso Wonderful Equilibrist
Coicudlng with the Humorous Pan
tomime "A HAl'PV FAMILY"
Heserrrd Sent nt M. A.' (limit A Co.
Last Four Nights of
GEOROE B. HOWARD & COMPANY
Last Performance of
"FACING THE MUSIC"
Thursday, Friday and Saturday and
Farewell Matinee Saturday
(Apy Seat In the House 25 Cents)
Evening Prices 25c, 35c and 80c
Hotel, Opposite Bethel
Largest 'Motion-Picture 'Theater in
Best Array of Talent Makes Complete
German Hi eutrlc Musical Comedian,
Introducing Ills Famous Teddy
Another New Feature
Ilallad Singer "The Dent Ever!"
Walun Magtath Comedy Company
' New Farce Sketch '
Fun From the Start ,
The Winsome Singer 'with the llaiiy
Drawl, hag New Songa
Up-to-the-Minute Molion Pictures!
POPULAR PRICES '
(Management of Sam Kubey)
Hotel Street, Opposite llothel
Pauahl, Near Fort
Honolulu')! Largest aud Safest
NO. SUCH CROWDS
SAVOY BILL PROVES
ONE OF MOST POPULAR
This week's bill nt tho Savoy has.
proven Immensely popular, owing
roinewhnt tn the nihlltlou of new fea
tures to the program, as well as to the
unusual uuallty of the moving-plrttire
uims. The Pathc Frares film, show
ing French cm airy olllcers In umaz
Ina.jeats Ai horHemanshliv Ik resjHin
tlhfn for the Increased popularity of
the performances. The film Is In
color tunes, which heighten the ef
fect oil tho oaikaa. i
The name program will he given
tonight, and tomorrow there will bo
anntner change of bill. i
On Saturday the Wilson Sisters,
tho AlusKul Oldfleldi and Countess do
Ponime return from Hllo. where thev
have played a two weeks' engage-,
inent, and some of them may reap
pear on the Savoy stage Saturday
Malinger Scully, who has leased the
Empire Theater, and In remodeling it
throughout, "will reopen thnt popular
Playhouse, on Monday evening next,
find wll then Introduce a vaudovlllo
compnny tii prrlye that day from San
Francisco on thc Manchuria. These
players are coming in response to n
cablegram. The icmodelcd playhouse
will boast qf a very large stage, with
a wide procenlum, nnd an orchestra,'
pit. Tho gallery will he much larger
owing to the removal of tho moving-1
picture cabinet, which will be placed
In the room over the tlcKet offlcc,'
thus affording mu-ili desired snare In
the reserved-seat section.
REALTY TO SELL
ON SAME BASIS
No advanco In tho rates of commis
sion will. ho juada by tho new l -organized
Honolulu Itcalty Association
which Is made up of most of tho real
estato men of this city A report thnt.j
commission rates on real estato sales
would bo raised Is denied, and la sup
port of tho denial It Is slated that tho
five per cent rato fixed by tha asso
ciation last night Is the regular com
mission cuslomaiy heie. 1
Tho ltealtyjissoctallon holj Its first
organized mcot!uglal night, adopted
a constitution and by-laws and nanm!'
a board of Ruvernurs, who will In
turn select the poinianuii , v.i
'The board of gocrnors I up
of Irwin II. Ucadle, of thc 1 .' Trust
Company It. U. Itc-Idford, of L.shop
Trust Company, V. E. Sleero. of W.v
crliouso Trust Company, J. E. O'Con
nor, of tho Hawaiian Trust Company.
nnd E L. Schwartzberg, of Jai. F i
Morgan &. Qo. Hpprescntlng as It
docs tho old established and highly In
fluential firms, tho first hoard of giv
crnors will start tho lteally Associa
tion under most favorable nusplcci
Tho roal Cblnlo men Indulged In
considerable argument over tho rates
of commission It was proposed to
charge five per cent on nil amounts
of S1Q.00O und under and two nnd
n half per cent on ull umiuntH over
SIO.000. but finally It A as decided to
make, the commission fivo or cent
The new rulea provide for a board
of arbitration and a hoard of appraise
ment, whlih, It Is bellovpJ, will bo
of great value In settling disputes
oyer renl estate out of court and In
establishing a standard of real estate
values In the city and suburbs. Oth
er matters of Interest to real estato
men wero talked over.
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We Jay;e just:receicd a Butifd gmetine J
Ladies' and Gentlemen's Crvenette Coats,
Autp Dufsters, Gloxes,
.Caps and Hats, Lap Robes, Goggjes
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Ever-4Req.dy Thermos Bottle, i
Auto Horns, Radiator Ornaments,
Amperemeters, Clocks, and Speedometers
Any of these articles make very appropriate and Useful
Christmas Presents to your autoisfriends
pe voniHcapYopgCo., Ltd.,
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SHAW & SEVILLE
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NEW MONUMENT WORKS
Kne Street, Near Alakea
Phone 3085 P. 0. Box 491
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rRENCH LAUNDRY J. ABAD3I, Prop. 777 KING STREET
Telephone 1401 No Branches
New Vaudeville Entertainment
Who Makes Wonderful Pictures in
CUNHA'S PARK ORCHESTRA
NO SUCH SHOW
'Delightful Musical Comedy
Late j Motion Pictures
Hughes' Fine Orchestra
FIFTY CENTS' WORTH FOR
" lOj and 15c". ' '
TOSITIVKLY NO IIIOHHR
Royal Academy of
1 Odd Fellows' Hall
Corner Nuuanu and Pauahl Streets
THE VAN-BARKLEY CO.
MASTER JAMES VAN
WISE & MILTON
LATEST MOTION PICTURES
Childien's dancing c'nss evory Fil
duy afternoon In Odd Fellows' Hall
at 2:.10 o'clo:!;, Private lessons by
appointment. Phone 1747,
MISS )IA'1"L I1UCKLAND.
The Game of Health
Domestic simplicity is
typical of the sturdy
Germans' home life. The
American people are re
cognizing the value of ,
Teutonic diqt, $nd "$&h
fat adopting it?
PRIMO add? zest.arfd.;
relish to thepiaiept'djet,
an(J is a fopd !in itself.
It ,is manufaqtired aj3
pnly br.ewmgsters Icnpw
how, of t purest and
choicest matured and
thoroughly ripened grajji
a mrmm m Jm m W -rmmJ
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The Repr Thrxt's Rrt.vd" '
ffiM. toSuif the Cbmeie"
Um DlauW b'ookii 'of' anjortB, ledgeis Inter-Island and O, IU &"h". Shipping
Sjfm. Ic, mauufucliire.l by the Uullutln toUa fur suit) at 'the IlulletlO
BHbPvIHWdi Couiaur. office, EOo each.
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