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EVENNQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., TUESDAY, AUG. 1, 1911.
KAAI SINGERS WILL PRESENT A POPULAR PROGRAM
Whitney & Marsh,
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Is Now On
Now is the Time to Buy-
Prices Almost Cut In Two
Tho program to lio presented by
Krncst Kual mill tho Hoy.it lliiwallnu
slngcis !it tho Opuru lloiiso on Sat
uriliiy night will iippcil to kntmiiilmih
mill mallhluls utlkc. IVipular song
nun tho old oi 1I will liac n pluco
with tlio Tolk songs or Hawaii niul
AiiKttnlln. Miss Kual dan a melodi
ous soprano voice mill licr mulcting
of nlrs fanilllar to all nialtilanders
Is very itatlBrnrtory. The chemises
nro well sung unit during tlio Aim
tin 1 1 an tour brought out tiiiniiltoun
applause. The "llosury," sung liy tlio
quartet. Is one or tlio gems or tlic
program and it Ih sure to lio well re
Ill Australia Knal twiilo a gient lilt
with tho sour "Tho Om ilen or Hobch"
hut his was not un exception to tho
rule or receptions given tho Hawaii
nn singers. As much Interest was tnk
en In the Hawaiian melodies ns in
those with which tlio pcoplo wcto.
fanilllar; It was the sweet mimic and J
tho Hitpcrlor voices or the Hawaiian
that Impressed tho nuillcnccs. Kant '
Is a good singer nud ho hns surround
ed lilmscir with tlio hest talent In
L. B. KERR & Co.,
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w l you ave a coug Iml
t. If PmivVi T3nlciOTV II
k ' m viiLiiL uaioaiLi im
li . MkHI It reaches the affected parts and acti fliBlS
W- t- 'IBI promptly. No after-effect. IHI1
Ji Mr Benson, Smith & Co.. Ltd., WY
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HAWAIIAN OPERA HOUSE
SATURDAY, AU0.U8T 5
TH'KHTH 2".. Ml Hint 75 (MINTS
Box Plan at office of Territorial Met
icngor Service, Hotel Street.
RAGTIME SINGER IS
WELCOMED AT EMPIRE
"OLD FAVORITES' WEEK"
MONDAY, TUE8DAY, WEDNESDAY,
Spectacular Act by the Colored Artists
.Manager Congdon of tlio Honolulu
Amusement Company has seventeen
performers on his hands which ho
fondly liopes, several at leat.t will mhl
to the repertoire of tho two moving
picture houses now conducted hy tho
Tho Noitou Comedy Company, so
(lecli'd hy Malinger Congdon, to jiio-
scut a series of Into mainland pro
ductions, was closed at tho Orphciim
at tho conclusion of tho Saturday
night pcrfoimaiiro. Tho players now
heio lopiesent a financial outlay of
ncai ly sixteen hundred dollars to the
hackers of the venture. Congdon
- has heen appealed to us the Moses
to lend the porfni piers out or tlio tern
pornry financial slough of despond.
It has hoop practically decided that
tho rwam or tho Norton Company
will remain hero for n row weeks and
illl tin t.lvnii nmmrtiiiillv tfi lirnuntlt
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I n lepertnlro of hrlght. snappy short
m nKL'ieiies which sru uxiivcifil in iiliuiu
paunits in mo moMiig piciuro nouses
nlintil r, Imlf ImiiH lit ntilnt Inltimniir
itiiMiiti. t ii tin mini in VIJ1UIUIUIUI1.IIH
White It is admitted that tho lio-
I v . tiallii I noluhi Amusement Company wns iiii-
m VnlllIYIOnn USlCOPainiC H fortunato In tho selections of sovornl
III ll lllll llmllEI nL...!.!,. Included In tho personnel of tho com-
ll JUIUI 11IUIIEI, FhySICian mnr, tho nimninco In given that
I7D BI-.RtTANIA AVE., comer Union S. PHONE 1733 thnf.o,elcctCil to .cmaln will yot mako
hottlo O'Mnlley, who appeared lart
nlglit mi tho clinnge-of-hlll offering
of tho Kniplru Thcati-e, Is a clever III
Ho comedienne, ami with tlio com
bination or an attraethe race, some
cleer clothes anil ii dancing special
ty halfwny between a skirt danco
ntul n clog, she made her ilohut be
fore n pleased niidlcncc. Miss O'.Mnl'
ley's snugs have a stiong suggestion
of San Franclscos lsipuljr, "rnggy
nud nnno tif) inel'Kllous musical
tastes, hut shu In ns lively as n cric
ket and was warmly received by the
Kmplro nuillcnccs Inst night.
.!oo Thomas," tlio wrestler, did not
meet nn opponent plant night who
could make him extend hlmselr. Ap-
ii'ir.mtfv wiiiia nf tlinRn IfirMil trrillv
piers wlpi iln n good ileal of tiilkln.! P"""" Amazino Feats of Flexibll
mo not iiuxloiis to meet tho Michi
gan lad. l-nst night nn extinction
was Improvised fnini Iho niiillcnco
mid Thomas enslly showed his abil
ity. It Is hoped that Sailor Roberts
wilt decide to tnkn n chango at tho
$100 Thomas has posted to anjone
who will stay fifteen minutes.
Rorhain & I'lillllps found frleniH
with their act Inst night and Iho mo
tion pictures wero ns good as usual.
Novel Featuro Imported for the
In New Musical Act
La Petite Laura
In Silks, Woolens,
Ginghams, White Goods,
Tuesday, Aug. 1
ity All New
IS A SIDE-SPLITTER
Duke Johnson and Mno Wells divi
ded tho honors last night. Mae Wells
first caught the applause of tho Illjou
audiences when sho sang "My Old
Kentucky- Home." As n matter of
fact, sho has done, several things hero
a good deal better Jlinn tills muip.
niu she marred' It by trying to take u
high note a't (ho ond. a distinct Jar
to musical taste, but slio sang it
with n good ilonl of reeling nt times
nnd got a lound of npplausc.
Duko, .Inhnsim pulls a skit, a bur
fchquo niinililllc, Unit Is n side-split
ter, with ns much earnes'ness as If
ho wero at n D.irlttown ball with n
Tho Recce trio, with I.u I'ctito
1-aurln. tho child contortionist, fea
tured, cm lied their usual nppiccla
Hon from the uudlenco, and the
Iloarilmnn SlBtcrR had n rather clov
er song mid dance.
Tlio moving pictures are unusually
good, with mm soi lea, "Hank nnd
l.nuk" that is n scream. Tlio Idea
has evidently been lion owed from tho
fnnious "Mutt and Joff" cartoon se
ries featured hy Hearst, but tho to
Catchy Singing Feature
ALL NEW FILMS
(Continued from Pag I)
WIN LONG FIGHT
(Continued from Paqo 1)
It Is cMiecli-iflbat this trlbiirill will Krt Snunil. ubcii sho sailed for llirrn
met t In Washington tills full. Tbespe- frnm MM,.n iH,mi,
ufril'iigreeinpnt hadjieco tntnsiillttfd o'.-. i,H torppiln ilestroycrH nn tho I'n
Tlio Hague, and there is llttln doubt as vnc h,i(, nrn'mu'rli smiiller than their
to Its rntlllcatlnn there, together ultlijslstcr ships criilxlug tlin Atlnnllc. Their
Hie gcni'nil list of clalmx, which Is 11 ton ti.Kr uvcrngcH Iroui SHO to 100, with
long one, tho Hawaiian claims being cooo (o SO(I') horse pmver "and speeil of
only part of It. 23 knots. Tho,) on the Atlantic sld"
The Hawaiian clalniants Imvo ilwln-l,ir,, i,Bi powirful demons of modern
died to n very few. A legal uucstlnii tynos, with u tium.iKe of 1000, linisn-
'iirlses hero us to wbctberf tho cstato of power of m.O'iu In rj.oOo, nud u speed.
deceased claimants sliiiI rccclvu any f a-j knots.
coniiiensiitloii awarded, uiul It Is hardly i There In suine talk lielng circulated
believed likely that such will bo tlio nmmn; 1 1 1 - vuilmis Coast naval stations
caso. nbout a cruiser Heel lielng organized.
Resides thoso mentioned In tho list fV word from Washington, however,
above, claims wero tiled by I'd Norrle,1H ,rrn received winching for this
through tho Danish government; Man-.story. The crulseis of such n Heel
uel Uclss, through the rortiigucso gov-mi,t,i , f t. Michigan class, live
eminent, mill Ci'OIL'e I.vclirKlls. throllKll In ininilier.
binning L.omeaian Just From tho Coast ii,,, cireek government. In one caso'iit
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Michigan Wrestler, Every Night
Wll.l. SOON TAKIJ OX
dati; to hi; ANNOUNCKU
MONDAY, TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY
Gorman & Phillips
Unique Slnginn and Dancing Act
ENTIRE CHANGE OF MOTION
COMING ON EIGHTH
W 1 1 I II n 1 1 o 1 1 n f I nr vwir hiiH Is very ntmislng.
PILES CURED IN 6 TO 14 DAYS.
I'AZO OINTMENT is guaranteed
to euro any caso o Itching, 'Blind,
Bleeding or Protruding Piles in 6 to
H clays or money refunded. Mudo by
PARIS MUDICINE CO., Saint Louis,
U. S. of A.
lcaKt, Hint or l.curgus. the claim was, fjinc-nfi i CAUIMR PnPP
joiuniltted to the Ilrltlsii government.! UlDbUIV LtAVINU, rUr"b
lit Is believed that the special ngreo-
inent i overs "only claims made by Hrlt
Ish citizens, and that the others may
be taken up through their own govern
The three names that end tho list,
Hardmaii, Wrntbnll and Ciiilciilicnil, nro
unknown to ". W. Ahlifnril, ono of tho1 ((li()
prominent claimants. It Is bclluveil
they wero Included at n later data than
tho original filing of tho claims.
Tho nuiniint ot the claims Is well up
to u quarter of u million dollars. Hcv
eral claimants did not demand li spe
cific sum for alleged daniags. C. W.
jAshford, for Instance, left tho amount
of tho claim open, merely stilting tho
Siipct Intend) lit ot Kdiicatlon Willi'
T. I'ope, leaves Sail Kinnclsco today
on Ills return irlp. He should teach
hero on August 8.
Tho tictlng tupciliitciiilcnt T. II.
leaves on bis vacation to-
moriovv on the sleauier Sierra nud
will Iinvo vvlinl Is i rally his llrHt vac.i
tloit In tllteen jctirj.
It was expected lint I'opo would
bo hark before flllisoii left but now
that Is known tlirt he will not be.
arrangements Imvo been iiiiulo for
Mrs. Mnry W'llr.nx, one of tlio coni-
mlsslotiois ' to tako up tho rolim of
s ror tlio ciamage claim. ir. An-, B,lvornmonl shn llla M(lt ,.c,.rvnI
rord whs In solitary cnntlnemcnt ror, tno tltlo of ncllnir siiiieilntondent hni
six weeks and was sent out of tho ,,,, wM, ,, t)lc ,, , (,k ,,, H) (ho
cmintiy. Ho was notltled nt tho (,'"l,snino.
or threii years that hu could coino back, , Ml ,
but did not return for four years moro. aassBULLETIN ADS PAY
Sacrifice Sale of Furniture
August 1 to 15
Must Make Room for New Arrivals
COYNE FURNITURE CO., LTD.
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