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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H- FRIDAY, JULY 28, 1911.
Remarkable Record of Cures made by BRO. BENJAMIN with this Wonderful Medicine
Mr. J. F. Oliveira, 37 South Kt Htom
mil Irnuliln; ruri'd.
Mrs. Jas. Rose (il.uinlilor nf nluivclaily)
Stomiuh dloidt-r, eurrd.
Willie Meyers, llnunllnn l-'rrllllzer Co.
tthfunintlxui; meil crutches; now
Cnpt, Louii Beridt, 1'uncht nl nnd
lltri-tiinln Hhi'iiin.illKin; cured.
Chas. R. Fern, Olu-ci nmt l'utiehhowl
Mr. D. Notley, 32.1 llnrUlo I-nno-
Mrs. Laie Kealawalole, Walklkl I.unK
troiililr nUen up to die by tho doc
Mn. Sam Wallace, 2419 I.llllin .St.
Droptlonl condition; cured.
Abraham Paanlanl, Knlwlolun ltd
Doctor nald. enncer of Htmmich;
John Franco, Central I'lrp Ktntlon Mrt.
Unit nnil Ktomiuli, cured.
Ah Sam Wnlklkl (llxhcrinnn) Asth-
S. K. Millar, I)elin I.nne General de-
lillity; nick for yenrn; cured.
Philamena Kaaloa, Klnu St., Knllht
Hick liendiiche, Imcknchflt cured.
Wainla Walkalal, Iter o tit n la nnd
l'liiiehbiml I'ntnrrli mnl stomncli;
ttli 1: ten vcnlrtt rurfd.
John Tratk, I.. II. Kirr it Co; llw Afon Aklona. I'ulolo Vnlley Stomncli
l'nln hack, etc:
J, M. Paenenohala,
I.nno I,eft leu
Silva, Kniieolio John Ja,hilahila, I.llllin nnd Orn-
Klveii up to nil Sts. Htomncli nnd wenk-
nciiaj could not wnlkj cured.
-Stomncli, ciIiikIi, hack-
mnl kidney, catarrh! cured.
Mrs. Cecilia Mitchell, Quarry I.nne,
l'liiM'hliiml Hick elKlit )rn; (cumin
David Miranda, l.nle Itoud Sick una
year; now well.
4 Lau Kukahlko, Knntnen, Knolaupokn,
O.ihu Ab" 13! hopelcn.i ciikc; cured.
Jos. Smith, lienr St. Louis College
Illicuumtlxtii, piilux In Joints; great
Mrs. W. H. Hookuanul, Knwnlhnp, Ha
waii Drnpilcnl condition; now well.
St - I'arnljzeil left ride; cured.
D. W. Pahu. ICin I.llllin St. IjiniP Itlm I-iinc
hack, curd ache; cured
John Thompson, Nutinnii Axe. near Mrs. Becky Kawalaea, 411 School St
Ktiakliil St llnrknchii and klilnevH! Doctors wnntul to npiriito; now
Mrs. John Sllva. l'uitclihoul Svnteni B. Cressaty, C'reK'iity Stntlon, Walklkl
all out of ordtr; cured Stomach; rick for years,
George Kaai, Iluckle Lnne Slclt three Mr. and Mrs. Tom Al, School St.
veiirr. rlieiinintlKiu; cured Whole fiitnlly rhk; now well.
L. K. Poka, Moknneo St I.tliiR troll-. Malie Manuloto, Komelinimliii Itoad
lile rli(iiinattin; cured I l'urnlyxeil four year", cured .
J. M. Peenenahele, Knululnela Ijine S. K. Matoi, luitk di hir Sprained
Left le pimilwi'd; cured, 'nrni; cured
Ask your Plantation Stores or nearest Dealer to get Bro. Benjamin Remedies for you.
Notice. Bro. Benjamin Compound Her alo contains no alcohol. Therefore thetaste of some bottles may vary slightly.
Bro. Benjamin Compound-Herbalo
STOMACH, LIVER, KIDNEY AND BLADDER REMEDY, BLOOD PURIFIER
Cures Indigestion, Dyspepsia, Sour Stimach, Lack of Appetite, Heart Futtering, Gas and Wind on Stomach, Bloated
Feeling. Pains In Stomach after Eatinj. Sick Headache, Dizziness, Coated Tongue, Biliousness, La Grippe, Dengue
Fever, Chills and Fever, Malaria, Breakbone Fever, Tired Feeling, Jaundice, Backache, Diabetes, Gravel, Insiplenl
Bright's Disease, Bladder Trouble, Enuresis, Rheumatism. Impure -Blood, Catarrh, Scrofula, Melancholia, Nervous
Disorders, Sleeplessness, Removes Worm, Cures Constipation, Anaemic Condition. A Great Tonio for Women.
$1 per bottle) 3 for $2.50 6 for $5
BRO." BENJAMIN anoTliis assistants are sTd Ihere, and can be seen from 9 a. m. to 6 p. m. daily, except Sunday, for
free explanation as to the use of these marvelous remedies, and how to effect the cures which have amazed and
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Saturday, July 29 ,
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Well Stocked with New Drugs and
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42 Hotel Street, at end of Bethel
Irs. Mrttn H. il.iek, Duppiliitpmleiit
of tlio BuHunua Wcrtlcy Homo, luin
roKlgticd from hci' position and will
lnu Bhorly for the mainland, wlmra
Hlie will ho married. Her Iohr mnl
eliiclint work at Die head of tliu luunn
has been endcil, nnd slia will Ball on
tho Sierra noxt Wfdnesday for San
.Mrs .Mack will go direct from Han
Kr.iiiclaco to .Manhattan, Kiiuj.'iH,
. where shu will ho mut liy Mr. Howard
Cliamleler, wliu wan formorly con
nodfd with Ilia Manhattan Iron
Workn, mid well known In church and
Burial clrcloa hero. Tlitlr weddln In
,tlii) uulinlitatloii of a loinaiica that Iiiih
continued eo though they have boen
Tho cpii'Rllon b to whether the
hulhllut; of tho pioposcd new road
way on tho llackfelil wharf out of
ohla blocks nmiPB under 'the head
ing of new work or repairs held up
the decision of the hoard of harbor
commissioners which was to have
been arrived at their meeting yester
day afternoon. The question Is to
he referred to tho attorney general
nnd Ills opinion Is expected to he
le.tdy during next week.
. If It comes under tho heading of
repairs then the money will 'have to
romo out of the, 130,000 which was
appropriated for covering nil repair
work during the next two years. If
It Is labelled new work then tho mo
ney can come out of the loan fund
nnd everv thing will he clear sailing.
Tho mutter of tho llackfeld wharf
and tho duties of tho harbor master
and his nsslFtant were gone Into by
tho h )ard. The nutter of, regulations
hinl rules for wharves ami cargjes
was also gone Into. Tho failure to
provide for any wharfingers by the
legislature has been responsible In a
largo way for the congestion. The
harbor master has the Miwer hut It
has never been used. Under the pro
posed now rules the latter will bo giv
en full authority to tee that goods
nro removed within n pertain tlmo.
Several suggestions were handed
nut In connection with tho enlarging
uml impairing of the llackfeld wharf
hut nothing definite was settled an
tho whole matter being left over until
Wednesday next, whe:i the attornoy
Rcnernl's report will ho nvallahle.
Thpre was a pretty little wedding
celebrated at St. Augustine Chapel,
Walklkl, Inst night, when Miss Toss
Clonal! became tho bride of V. U
Stevenson. Tho Interior of the chapel
was very prettily decorated for tho
occasion. Witnessed by a lurge num
ber of friends the service of the Cath
olic Church wus read by Father Vul
cntln and then congratulations were
Several years ago Mr. Stevenson
met Miss Chilian while n resident of
Australia, anil wus Impressed at the
time, which budded Into a full blown
attachment when ho recently met her
again In this city while, she was on
her wny around tho world, nnd he
persuaded her to change, from u
tourist to a resident.
Mr. Stevenson Is tho son of James
II. Stevenson, of the Sydney harbor
trust, and has been in the Hawaiian
Islands for about seven years, mid of
Into yeurH doing creditable newspaper
work on tho dally papers of this city.
The Hawaiian 1'lneapplo Company
has conujed Hi .Mrs. Mary II. I'etor
foiii wlfo of i:. W. Peterson, 13.M
ncies of laud at Wahlnwa for $182.1,8,1,
Tho document was filed nt the bureau
of conveyance yestcrilny afternoon,
.; ,f, .;. ,s, $. .j rt, ,s, ;. ,i .. ;..?
widely Reparoled. Mr. Chnndeler s
now a professor In tho unlvorslty at
Manhattan. From Manhattan they
will go to Kansas City, where tho
wedding will tuko place. Manhattan
will be their future home.
Friends of Mrs. Mack gave her a
farewell reception last Tuesday ' ve
iling. Tho affair was glvon at the
church parlors by the Ladles' Aid of
tho Methodist Hptscnpal Church, and
tho occasion was a most pleasant
ono, A short mimical program wus
given, after which Mrs. Mack was pre
sented wllli several gifts In Bllver.
Tho Homo has grown anil prosper
ed wonderfully under Mrs. Mack's
care and her going Is the occasion of
much regret among her friends, who,
however, Intro extended to bur llielr
best wishes (or futttie happiness.
La l'etlto Laurie gave it sensational
performance Inst night nt the IIIJou
theater. It was tho regular "chnnge"
night at this popular house, and the
clever little girl who has astonished
Honolulu audiences with her contor
tion work, was at her best.
1-1 Petite I-aurln Is nltjo n good
musician, and shu makes a very ac
ceptable third to the Heecc trio.
Duke Johnson and Mao Wells scor
ed their usual hits, the colored come
dians milking 'good both with songs
and dances, while the llourdman Bis
ters got away with soma Indian mel
odies In good style,
A very funny comedy film Is shown
here this wock, tho subject being an
Incorrigible llttln girl who Is ap
prenticed to a series of employers
with sad results In every case.
THOMAS STILL REMAINS
. UNTHROWN AT EMPIRE
Joe Thomas, the Michigan wrestler,
floiiunn mid Phillips, singers and
dancers, and Ilarnes and Iloblnson,
piano uml talking entertainers, nil
changed their arts at the Kmplro Inst
Thomas changed his by meqtlng a
newcomer. Soldier Jackson, u chap
who looked us If ho weighed well
over two hundred pounds. Thomas
weighs around 178, but he tossed tho
burly soldier after some three min
utes of wrestling nnd his offer of $100
to any man who will stay with him
fifteen minutes still holds good. To
night ho Is to meet John Froelillcher,
nnd It ought to bo n thrilling match.
The other features got past In good
style, though Gorman and Phillips are
nothing out of tho ordinary after the
main half of the team gets his ec
centric makeup off.
There is a moving picture on .this
week, it Western scene, ttiat"la worth'
the prlco of admission. It Is laid on
the Mexlcun border and cattle rustler
und guns play a big part.
ASAHI THEATER HAS
There was n good audience nt this
house last night to w!tnct.H a novel en
tertainment which was hrhn full of
The program opened with the best
picture plays over seen In this city. The
popular .Melnotte Duo appeared In new
and catchy songs and saylngi.
A decidedly funny and laughable of
fering that provoked mirth from tho
moment tho team appeared on the
stiiBH was tho novel comedy sketch pro.
HPiited by Castleman mid Montgomery.
This net Is full of Inimitable hltlintlnni
ami In partly played in the Japanese
Hypnotism, Is nlways a good attrac
tion In a variety entertainment, mid Mr.
Castleman Is certainly a clever expo
nent of tho mysterious. There were
many amusing Incidents right from the
tart, and Intense Interest was mani
fested In the demonstration nnd expla
Tonight Mr. Castleman will Introduce
Mimo new features In ';Thoiight Tinus-
inlfslon," There will nlso bo mi entire
change of -moving pictures, nnd n good
time Is assured.
With n death rate of 1.1 In 1000,
Home has been Oeclared tho health
iest clly In Europe,
Ilerrsforct-Crnger, of the firm of liar-
bury, lirown . Cruger
Peter ti.irhury, the si nlor p.irlnir.,.
i:gcrtou III own, "ileraullhig p.irtin r"
. Harvey .N'oitou
Willie lliinti, Kir Humphrey's sun....
Otto Htliible, a lleiniiin-Alueilcan....
Hliuins, all Hngllhli valet
Mercury, Cruger's ollleu hoy
.'..' Master Harry
Beatrice (,'arew, nn Hugllsh girl
Lndy llunii, second wife of Sir Hum
phrey ,. Ilerth.l Woods
Cnrola Chnpln, the aunt of Cleorgln..
lliorgla I'linplu, nil Amerlculi girl...
, Doicns Matthews
.Miss Fh tiller, llarbury's stenogra
pher Itnso De Vel lie
Anmltc, n French maid
A rather vague performance of "An
Aineilean Citizen" vwis put over last
night by the Norton' company nt the
Orphfiun lis Its second ottering In this
city. The play Itself has Inany chances
for good uoik which were mil fully
grasped by the performers. It looks im
If the fault lay In n lack of preparation,
for the members of the Norton com
pany lire iirtalnly capable of much bet,
The leading part, thnt of Ileresford
Cruger, fell to Hubert McKIm, and he
carried the part well on the whole,
though a lltllu stiff as usual Unfor
tunately, the audience was unable to
realize Ids position In the fourth net,
due posHhly to the omission of some
necessary lines In the previous action.
Tint transition from; affluence mid life
nt n lending hotel nt Nice to poverty In
n Londjin garret was made In a presto
chnngo manner, mid the how uml tho
why nro nut yet clear to the wrlti r. An
effective hit of comedyjn this act was
cnrrled on between SIcKiin nnd Hurry
Cuniinlngs, as Mercury, the nllleo hoy.
Marlon Dunn, lis Ilpiulrlrn Carew, read
her lines In her thoroughly capable way,
her presence on the stage giving as
surance of smooth action. Dnrcns Mat
thews had little to say, mid said that
little poorly. Jull.i Walcott, as (,'nroU
Chopin, made it most lovable little old
Irving Livingston, ns Qttn stroble,
the German promoter, carried the part
of the energetic Teuton about us well
ns it could ho done
The nudlence was small; In fact, too
small altogether. The people of Ho
nolulii do not seem to he supporting
the .N'mloii company as well as the ef
fort" of the hitter dccr'P. The wenlli
er may have had voniethlng to do .with
the small attendance, but even so, the
Norton company should ho better 10
celved by the local public.
A power for good In tho land la tho
Humane Society, mid Miss Itoso Davi
son Is the ollicer that has hor eye out
for any horso that appears, to bo In
no fit condition to do work between
shafts, It Is to her credit that a
dectnplt horse Is seldom seen on the
Miss Davison rerontly paid a visit
to Watertown, whero thorn mo qnlln
n number of horsos In uso for buck
purposes, hut she found thorn In fair
ly good condition, there being but
three that wero ordered relieved of
their woik for ri time.
It Is due to her wutelifulnesB that
one seldom sees mi overloaded wagon
or u team attempting to pull a load
thut Is too much for them.
The Norton Comedy Co.
In Nat Goodwin's Famous Success
"An American Citizen"
BILL CHANGED MONDAYS AND
Popular Prices 25, 35, 50 and 75 Cents
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Gorman & Phijlips
Sinning and Dancing Act
Barnes & Robinson
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La Pctte Laura
Most Flexiblo of All Contortionists,
, Standing on Hands, Dances
Many Musical Novelties
Colored Artists, In "Oldtlme Quadrille"
Comediennes, in Indian Melodies
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