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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, MONDAY, JM.Y 3, 10t1.
Prices cut from 10 to 50 per cent.
Must make room for the large jstock due
L. B. KERR & CO., Ltd.,
Weekly Bulletin, $1 Year
The cMMirdlnn to Knhulul, Maul, for
the Fourth of July races nnil otli'or
sports will lenve Klnuu wharf lit 7
o'clock till" evening. The lntcr-lslnnd
Steam Navigation Company has placed.
the steamer Maul at the disposal of
the party of llonolulann who will
spend the National Day on tho Valley
At the shipping office, nhout seventy
prospective passengers had booked up
to noon today.
Thcro arc several good staterooms
yet nvallahle for applicants. Tho Maul
Is n vessel of such slr.o as to warrant
n pleasant trip. Tho , steamer will
reach Kahulut at an early hour to
morrow. Tho time for departure for
Honolulu will bo set to Insuro lb,o
Maul's return hero on or about G
o'clock on Wednesday morning.
Severn! excursionists hnvo arranged
to take their automobiles on tho trip
and thereby avoid falling a victim to
tho wiles of certain liverymen of
Captain Gaunt of It. B. M. S. Chal
lenger, who was overcome with Ill
ness and taken to the sanatorium, 1451
Kewnlo street, last week, Is rapidly
recovering and will be In fit condi
tion;, to tako command of his ship In
a few days.
Tho British cruisers were to leave
this port July n. The Kent will sail
per schedule, the Challenger remain
ing behind until Captain Gaunt Is free
from doctor's care and can take tho
reins of command In hand.
Governor Frcar will visit tho Chal
lenger this afternoon to pay his re
spects to the officers 'nhonril and be
shown throughout tho cruiser.
tiundny'H arrivals Included tho in-tcr-lsland
steamer Nllhau with CC.Ifi
sacks Rtigar, 175 drums honey and
ten packages sundries from Kauai
ports of call. According -to reports
brought by tho officers tho vessel met
with rough weather on tho homoward
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Given by the "
Honolulu Amusement Company
will close as pe? the rules of the Contest '
Tonight, July 3, at 8:30 p.m. sharp
All Votes must be in the Company's Offtoe
in the Orpheuxn Theater before that hour
The following prizes are offered :
Boudoir Piano, ...,..., Bergstrom Muilo Company
Velueble Set of Dinner Dishes ,.., ts.E. ,0. Hall 4 8on
Dlnlngroom Suite of Furniture , J, Hopp & Co.
. Two Tripe to the 'Volcano.
V ' ' -,
' Two Weeks at the. Kuku! Tree ,.., '...... I .....Mr. Irwin
50 Merchandise, Order at the Clarion. V ' ' ki-' V' '
25 Pounds of Chocolates from tho Sweet Shop.
Gold Watch for' Most Popular Schoolgirl.
(Signed) HONOLULU AMUSEMENT COMPANY, LTD.
t r By J. H. MAGOON,
MOTION PICTURES TO
Feature films will rival tho vnude
vlllo programs at tho theaters of thu
Honolulu Amusement Company lo-
"Tho Women of Samaria" Is a Mm
to bo shown on tho Savoy screen giv
ing scenes In tho time of Christ, do
plctlnn his walk through Judea.
"Tho Canadian Rockies" Is tho title
of an exceptionally fine film of grand
mountain scenery In tho Rockies and
tho Selkirk rnngo. Instructive and
well worth seeing.
"Tho pollco forco of Now York City"
will bo shown at tho Park. This
shows tho training a policeman under-,
goes to get his locust stick. Shows
tho mounted pollco catching runaway
In Central Park and tho harbor pollco
Tho vaudeville program at tho Park
Includes tho Tyrcclls, tho team of
Juveniles In whirlwind dances and
songs, a good team: Harney and
Haynes, popular ragtlmo Blngers.
Ilaynes being of tho typo of rent old
dnrkcy plantation singers; Adline and
Cassldy, acrobatic, comedians, In feats
of Btrength nnd athletic skill.
At tho Savoy the ItngTImo Trio en
ter Into their last wceft, successful
and entertaining t otho hi gaudlences.
Tonight thoy will present musical en
tertainment of a high order, popular
and just the kind to mako applause.
This Trio bas' inado good In every
senso of tho world. Christian, Uio
Danish fiddler, a .comedian In music,
will render new. selections on his sil
ver violin. Thli Is an extremely en
At tho Bijou the Wlrth Family will
hold tho boards as the hcadllncr, with
a new sorlcs of circus, acrobatics, In
termingled with comedy pantomlmo.
Tho four members of this troupo have
a fund of new stunts, and those who
liavo seen the Human Plnwhccl, aro
certain to And new features, equally
as interesting. Tho Molnotto Twin
and Clay Smith, popular, classy, a
feattiro In any theater pf tho Or
phcum circuit, havo nimle a selec
tion of songs and musical potter in
general, as clever as anything they
havo .already presented. Ryan nnd
Ryan wiy give new;-buck and wing
dances. u '
Tho Empire will glvo matinees on
ly, Monday, Wednesday and Friday,
showing Just moving : pictures. On
Saturday night tho houscj will' also bo
open with moving pictures only.
IS A SUICIDE
Mrs. Innuyo Townscnd, wlfo of tho
Japanese and korcan, Interpreter of tho
pollco court, committed sulclda early
yesttrday morning by drinking creso
lln. Bho died a few hours utter
taking' tho mlxturo In her home on
Nuuunti street, leaving two little chll-.
ilrcn, the younger of which Is only six
Mrs. Townsend was a Hawallan-liorn
Japanese, On Saturday evening Town-
send, telling his wife he was going to
u Japanese club, left the Iiouho early.
He stayed away for uwlilto, returning
to the Iiouho at about 3 o'clock In the
morning. On his arrival he found a
Japanese woman knocking at the door
of the room. X brother of Mrs. Inouyo
had also arrived. '
On entering the room. Mrs. Town
fcend was found' lying full length on
tho Moor, Dr. Hasegawa was sent for,
but as ho did not arrive Immediately,
Dr. Mltamura, who had been tele
phoned to, arrived, followed by Dr.
Mutrity.' On examination, they found
deceased's mouth badly burned outside.
Mrs. Townsend, had recently been
visiting In Chemulpo, Korea, where she
spent a two-month vacation with the
relatives of her-husband.
Denuty filler Iff Rose will hold an In
quest at 7:30 o'clock this evening )a
Tho congregations at all tho
churches yesterday contained many
sailors from tho nritish cruisers Kont
Tho sailors took charge of trio Me.
thodlst Church at both services, the
Rov. Mr. Welsh of the Kent and Mr
Williams from the Challenger, deliv
ering the' services.
Fathor Stephen of the Catholic
Cathedral dcllrofed a sermon to the
men during the morning services, on
tho subject of "Catholicity of tho
Catholic Church,'' and the, welcome
that all catholics received In all puns
of trie world by their own pooplo.
Special services were rendered to
tho sailors nt the Seamen's Institute
The MatBon Navigation tug Intre
pld returned from Pearl Harbor late
last ovenlng mid this rnornlng took a
lino from the American oil tanker
Falls of Clyde and towed that vessel
to sea. The ship will proceed to Da
vlota where another shipment of fuel
oil will be taken on board,
Jack Tar Show '
Talent From the
CHALLENGER and KENT
Will Give a
Ryan and Ryan
ALL IN NEW ACTSI
WEEK'S NEW PROGRAM
Wonderful Juvenile Act Whirlwind
Dancing and Singing
Harney and Ilaynes
Inimitable Team of Ragtime Singer
Aldine and Cassidy
Pantomime Acrobate Funniest on
POLICE FORCE OF NEW YORK
'THE HOUSE OF GOOD FILMS"
For an Enjoyable Evening Listen to
Oddities of the Musical World as Good
Also Listen to the Comedy Mueioal
Danish Violin 8ololst
HEAR HIS SILVER VIOLIN
WOMEN OF SAMARIA
(A Tulo of tho Christ)
. NO NIGHT SHOW8
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MONDAY WEDNESDAY FRIDAY
PICTURES AND VAUDEVILLE
PRICES :.,10o and 15o
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Our Annual Sale
Monday, July 3
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Oahu vs. Fifth Cavalry
Moanalua Polo Field
July 4th, 3 p.m. Tickets $1.00
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