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EVENINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, FRIDAY, AUQ, 85, 1911.
For THREE DAYS ONLY we will offer
the following Bargains
Terms: Cash Only
I'ormcrly 40c, now -. .30e
formerly 50c, nmV .35c
Formerly f.Oc, now 40c
Formerly 75c. now, 60c
Formerly S5c, now '....55c
Formerly St. now 75c
formerly J .75, now $ .50
I'nrmerly t .'JO, now 65
Formerly 11.00, now 75
Formerly $!.?, now 1.25
Formerly 2 00, now 1.50
Formerly 2.50, now 1.75
formerly .50, now $ .35
formerly J 75. now 50
form, rlv $1.00, now 75
fonmrly 1 25, now 90
formerly 113.',, now 1.00
formirly $140, now 1.05
fonmrly $1 SO, now 1.10
formerly I .SO, now .55
formerly J .80, now 60
formerly ' U.OO, 'now. . ...... .75
formerly II. IB, now 85,
.formerly tl.SG, now 90
formerly 11.35, now 1.00
formerly $150, now 1,10
Formerly $1.50 dor., now "
Formerly $2.25 dor., now -
15c, 16 1-4'c, 25c, and
27 l-2c, 30c, 32 l-2c,
I'xSfi 12'2c each
i:3R 17'2e each
12x36 , 20c each
15x30 25o each
Three Days Only
53x90 $.45 each
08x00 $ .50 each
90x90 .62'2 each
81x90 .70 each
I!3x90 .75 each
72x90 .80 each
00x90 SO each
90x99 1.10 each
: RECREATIONS j
BIJOU'S BILL HAS
PLENTY OF VARIETY
Mine. Lonoro Harrison, tho Const
soprano, appeared at tho HIJou Inst
night In a pretty llttlo novelty sing
InR net. She was seated In a deco
rated BWlng jmd sang wlillu n wIIIIiir
performer behind the scenes pulled
tliu s'trlne tlmt made the swing go.
Her songs are well-chosen and Blie Is
wearing some striking gowns.
Thti Hell Trio confined themselves
to "straight" singing Inst night, In
which, ns usual, they did good work
and wore shell plenty of applnuse.
Tho Kldeds, In their trick cycling
and novelty work, again scored em
phatic successes, Injecting enough
comedy to pleaso everyone, and still
playing the "rldo for llfu" for nil It
Koine of the moving pictures for tho
week-end programme are remarkably
good. Ono last night showed n trained
horsi) and dog, hut the story was
woiked out in an entirely original and
striking manner, it must ho neon to
0'HAGAN SKETCH COULD
BE IMPROVED UPON
Tho O'Hagans have a fairly good
comedy skitch at the Empire this
week, and they got u lot of laughs
nut of tho house. The trouble with
their work last nlghtf was that It
went off nt breukneck speed, nnd half
tho lines wero entirely lost to tho
The plot of tho sketch hinges on
tho Idea that hns been worked over
time on the mainland circuits the
echo Iden, where two actors convcrso
with an imaginary echo and one
shows how to "cross" It. They also
sang. The singing could have been
left out without materially damaging
tattle O'Alalley appeared in a gor-
geouB green gown, short above and
below, nnd Bang. The pictures are
average, one of the best showing tho
reformation of n crook, with the usual
MONDAY WEDNESDAY FRIDA
See This Great Film!
Whitney & Marsh,
"The Ideal Three"
Comedy Sketch, '.'Echo in the Wood"
Screaming Burlesque on "Tommy
13ETTKU THAN HVKtl
p o r v l a n Pino n,s
8EE ACL THIS TONIQHT1
The Bell Trio
Complete, Change of Songs
Allover Lace, 50c quality
35c a pair; 3-$ 1.00
B. KERR & CO., LTD.,
Don't Mise the
STAIRWAY RIDE ON ONE WHEEL
Singing "Smile, Slumber"
j5 Judge Denliru In tlie l'nltcd States Seventeen canes of pellagra have lieen
Circuit Court udhulgd tho American found In the Kusleni Kentucky Insane
-jEuse company of .Muskegon. Mich., unxylum.
bankrupt. TIiIj la tae concern of
IVhlch Frank ! .Iw.r-s 111 Jail on ! Tho damage by lire In the Parlla
Hargo of forgery, was president. Lla-nient buildings nt Toronto. Out., was
WlitloH uro placed at $700,000, nn.ill.
A burrowing housefly Is held re
sponsible for the deuth at Union Hill,
N. J., of (i-yeur-old Thomas llalloran.
Thft Insert hntl lmrrnweil Into thn pur
lfjsgties, causing an abscess which' nf-
lecieu me uraiii auu causeu me cnuu a
Filings of documents In tho Bupicpio
and Circuit courts up to nuon today
are given below.
Tim letters shown nfter the time of
tiling are used fore Uil4xlng purposes
mid mean US' folluns; 1), divorce; K,
eipiltyi 1, law,' and P, 'probate. The
Nguic are also for reference.
' " CIRCUIT CQUllT.
August 24, 1911.
2:25 p. 'in. 1 7400.' AchI vs.
Oeiiiupn, Appeal from 'District Court.
2:25 p. in. C. 5084. Ten Itnry vs.
1C. Yumadii. Appeal from District
2:25 p. m. C. 60S5. Territory vs.
K. Yiiinndn. Second appeal from Dis
2:25 p. in. C. 50SG. Territory vs.
Intuit. Appeal from District Court.
3:25 p. in. I,. '310. Jom) lleyes vs.
W. I.. Whitney. Joinder In demurrer.
3:25 p. m. I,. 731G. Jose lleyes vs.
MONDAY, Aug. 28th
Lace Ankle, 50c quality
35c a pair
In Black, White, Grey, Lavender, Pink and Blue
Plain and Lace, in Tan, Black &
White- - - for 25c pair
Hall Borchert Dress Form
Keep Your Eye on Panama!
For toon it will be the scene of the greatest boom the world has ever wltnetted.
the present time
a gre:ter certainty of making money than by buying Panama Government land at
Price C00 per acrej l,00 down and 25c ptr month, with NO TAXES TO PAY FOR FIVE YEARSI
The Western Coait of Panama hai a delightful climate, and the most fertile land on earth (See
U. S. Gov. Reports), wMch have recently been thrown open to all nationalities on equal terms.
For soon is will be tlianama Canal will, almost In the twinkling of an eye, give this heretofore
closed region access to every market. Think what effect the Increased population and development
will have on land values!
To encuurage development, first owners can have their lands cultivated on shares, so that beyond
purchasing the raw land from the Government, the properttjs can be put on an Income basis with.
, out further payment. As the country1 Is filled up, owners will be expected to attend to their own
development. Thus thsro is avary Incentive to buy now,
Panaina Development Company,
216 Mercantile Place
Between Fifth and Sixtli Streets LOS ANGELIJS, CALIFORNIA
DO YOU WANT TO LAUGH?
WHY, OF COURSE YOU DOI
Then You Must 8es
Only Woman Hypnotist in
"The Man with tho Green Eyes"
The Funniest Show on Earth
AltH YOU COMINOT
why, ov eounsK you auei
Sale of Seats starts at Orpheum
Theater Friday morning.
NAMES OFf 1CERS
SHOW UP WELL
73?9. Jnrdlmi vtt.
and numinous re-
V. I,. Whitney. Motion to net demur'
riT fur heurhiK.
2:30 p. in. U
C:4 p. m. ,R. 1710. Kaneoho Ilnnch
Co., Ltd., vh. Kanco)iQ nice Mill Co.
CMS p. in. n. ,1710. Ifnncohn Kqncll
Co, Ltd.. vh. KnitcohQ Illcu Mill Co.
lldiiil on nppcnl.
Aukiih; -. inn.
!:20 n. in. p. . iU2. Aimrn vs,
Afiim. Libel for divorce. Order Is
Hiieil served nhd iiummons.
!l::i0 n. m. I,. 7328. CuMlo VB. Mer
S:C0 n. m. K CG34. Keaweopaln vs.
Scott. Wlthdruwnl of attorney.
9:60 n. in. L. CC35. IMIlpo vb. Scott.
Wlthdruwnl of attorney.
9:20 ii. in. P. 4379. Ilo estnto
Henry O. Murchiint, deceased. Ap
praliemcnt. 9:25 a m. P. t02. v Ilo estnto M,
11. dn Bllvelrn, deceased. Appraise
10:15 a. m. R. 1748. Lone vs. Col
burn. Issued suli) oonn.
PRICES 25c, 35e, 50a
s I 1 1 I
SUNDAY, AUGUST 27
TWO OAMHS - - TWO C1AMKS
1:30 P, M. J. A. C. vs. HAWAIIS
3i30 P. M. STARS vs. P. A. C.
Prlcesi 35, 25, 15 and 10 Cents
Reserved Seats for center nnd wlntfn
of Krnndstiind can bo booked nt K. O.
Hull & Sun's sporthut depurtmunt. Kn-
trunce, KlnK street.
Tickets on salo nt M. A. Clunst'B
t'litiir Store fiiun 1 p. ill. Saturday to
11 a. m. Sunday,
Tho Information that tho United
Status naval transport nuffaln would
niako a call at Honolulu enrouto from
San Kranclseo to Manila Is confirm
ed through roport from Cavlto naval
Mntlon which learns that tho IlulTaln,
will shortly leavo Mnro Island, Cal.,
with a larno number of enlisted men
of tho navy nnd marine corps, who
will bo assigned to duty on tho Asia
tic station a" rollof to those men
whose respective terms of foreign sor
vlco have been completed. It is un
ileislooil that tho lliiffalo will nrrlvo
at Calto on or about September 15th
comliiR. by way of Honolulu and,
Oirim. After arriving at Cavlto It Is
oxpectcil that tho Buffalo will pro.
ceed to tho Chlni coast .making trans
fers to thn various vessels stationed
thereon, after' which sho will roturn
In Cnvllo In tlmo to start on thn rc
turn trip to States on or about Oc
- . i
Tho slate of thn Numnii Imp.cjvc- Figures rIvIiir iliu total collection ir
in en t clnli'wns picsented at thu ,iul- taxes during the, lust fiscal yeai show
Jouirppd Jiicetliig-fif' thej'cllib held In-that j(ho1 iiffu)iH of .the h'errllory un
th"lorcliniiln' Assoc'lalloii' rooms last looked at from 'this viewpoint lire pro
nlght. Tho by-laws and form of or- grusslng' faurably. Tliero has been a
guulzatloii were also, adopted. Tho total Incieasu or 2.7!) per cent in Iliu
annual meeting Is t be !:ehl on I1iIishobhciI valuo of real mid personal
last Thursday In September and thu
tegular ipiaiterly meetings of tho
club will "bo held on the last Thursday
of each mouth.
The matter of betterment assess
ment opened by Senator A. V. J mid
was discussed at longth W. O. Smith
holding that If n stilugcnt rulo wub
mailu It would bo unfair. Many shies
of tho (iiHMtlon wcie touched on and
at tho next meeting of tho club It Is
ery piohublo that Senator Judil will
piescnt tho d'-aft of two bills for the
members to look over.
Tho olllcers who woro elected last
night aro as follows: '
A. V. .In Id. president; Clcorgo
Sherman, vlco-presldeiit; II. C. Car-
tor, sccietary, and V. T. P. Walcr
jiouse, treasurer. Tho cxccutlvo com
inltteo consists of tlio?e olllcuni and
A. Lewis Jr., II. II. Walker and I I
Bub-eouinilttecB named to rarry on
tho work of tho club wero: Roads,
(leorge Ilodlek, J. L. Klemlng, C. S,
Weight. Harry M. von Holt, 1- M.
Water supply, Albert Afong, W. I,
Emory, It. A. Cooke. '
l'lro protection, A. V. Kwnrt, F. P.
Mclnlyre, J. O. Young, W. .O, Smith.
Sanitation. C. J. Campbell, Ws II.
Soncr. C. II. Men lam, 8. P. Correa,
Judiciary, Jack Waldron, A. I,. Cas.
tie, William Pfoteiihauer.
MISS 0RALEE LIST
WILL GO TO ORIENT
Tho total collected amounted to ?,-
C(m,17.Vi), which is less than that of
the prmlous lut.il by $r,9.t"4.n. Thin
Is accounted for through thu falling
uff Of tho tnlicrltiilicii tax. Tho total
public revenuo for tho year, which In
cludes other iimomitii outsldo those al
ready given, was $:l,"l'.l,s:!C.4ll. Of this
unioiiiit (3,2,l7,U'.ifi.7:i went to the Ter
ritory and $l,tr,p,s:iu.(;7 went to tho
Tho part that went to tho Tenltory
Includes many special llnds, such as
Immigration, consenatlon, water and
sewerage and ninny other funds. Out
of it also had to bo paid tho Interest
on thu public debt. Tho actual run
ning expenses of tho Territory oui
Bldo these funds was less limn was
expended by tho counties.
Of the gcimrnl income ,tax .i.i-,-7.r,l,
or S3.IIS per cent, was paid by
278 corporations. Ilims, etc. An
amount of $70,1X1.28, or 10.C2 per tent
was paid by 1713 persons. I" ino
special Income la- 92.C8 per cent was
paid by corporations iinu i..i- per ran
by other persons.
HAIKU AND PA1A
Bread Baked Daily
Miss Ornleo List, tho "newspaper
girl" of Tulsa, Ok., is to bo bad; in
lluwiill next mouth. Slio will go to
tho Orient us a passenger on the
iite.imshlp Korea In September, r.nd
will lenew her many acquaintances In
tho Islands. ,
Miss List has recently beon on tho
coast, and the San Jose Herald In n
locnnt Issiio devoted several columns
to her. Miss List herself wroto a
Hlorv nf her oxnerleiices. and she
You can hava your order changed ( I)riloCS Hawaii highly for Its beauty
daily and b supplied with any of, and hospitality,
these varieties from
1134 NUUANU ST.
Wiekll JlHllella 91 per janr.
Owing to great slides nf earth and
lock, the famous ("iilebra cut bus prov
ed to bo tho most annoying und expen
sle work on tho Panama eanul. Tho
commission has rouseiiiintly been
obliged to revise Its estimates and to
add 5,257,2M cubic )urd to thu exea
Haiku and Pala plantations will have
ixtra dividends in cm ii me-ii m
regular dividend Is paid on tho llrst or
next month. This was unnoiiiieed this
morning at the session of the MocK
exchange. Although there huh ne, u
soniu, talk that one or tho other or
theso plantations might Imvo an
extra, nothing ilellullo has lievn known
beforeliand and the announceiiicut Is u
welcomo sin pi he.
Knch extia will ho 2 per cent. Sev
eral other anniiuneeinents aro expected
tn tho near future. Tho amouiit of l.ilo
sugar going to niniket with the pro
viilllng high pilco Is tlgured ns almost
sure to produeo soinetlihig.
Tho inuiKet was noticeably Mrongrr
and nioro lively t!,ls morning, after ii
rather stagnant week. Heavy trans
fers of Mellryde, Kw.Ciind O.ihn weio
recorded, the price advancing la each
ease. Mellryde rose to 7 1-8 on tho
Imaiil today and O.ihu to 31,75. V.w.i
Is strong, nt 3250, mid lloiiokaa, with
oino activity In uiles, unit up to 13.
Wululua Is now at 118.