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EVENINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., SATURDAY, AUG. 26, 1911.
Whitney & Marsh,
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MONDAY. WEDNE8DAY FRIDAY
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For THREE DAYS ONLY we wffl offer
the following Bargains
Terms; Cash Only
Formerly tOc. now 30c
Formerly 60c, ntiu ..." ..35o
Formerly Jl0unu ?
I'ormcrly" 7Cc, noV. .-. A 50c
I'ormcrly 85c, now 55e
I'ormcrly tl, now 75o
formerly 1.75, now. .. .....J .50
I'onncrly t .90, now 65
formerly 1100, now .75
formerly $1.75, now 1.25
Formcrl $2 00, now 1.50
I'ormcrly $2 50, now 1.75
formeily $ .50, now I .35
formerly $ 75, now 50
formerly $100, now .75-
formerly $1,25, now., .90
formerly $115, n'owj '. 1.00
formerly $1,10, no 1.05
formerly $150, now t 1.10
formerly t .$0, now S .55
formerly $ .90, now 60
Formerly. $1.00,. now. .,...,, ..75
formerly $1.15, now .85
formerly , $ 1.2 (. Wv, . , . . . . , .90
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Formerly $1.35, now 1.00,
formerly $150, now 1.10
Formerly $1.50 dozM now -Formerly
$2.25 kz., now "
15c, 16 l-4c, 25c, and
27 l-2c, 30c; 32 l-2c,
t and 40c
I556 122o each
ilxZli ..,,,..f....... .17)io each
12x36 , 20o each
I536 25o tach
Three Days Only
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68x90 1 t .50 aaeh
90x0 .62'2 Moh
81x90 .70 each
63x90 ,75 aaoh
72x90 .80 tach
90x90 40 tach
90x99 1.10 tach
L. & KERR CO., LTD.,
ltd I Pn RY WPnniNR RINR Hnger oil tlio ilay lin lecumo n brldo.
AILLCU di jrvcuuiwu nii.u u mninc(1 ,hcro unt hB(1 to b0
JciIICAOO. 111. Ans. 7 -Mr JoksIo ' b"' " "'"B wus done too
frMcwurt aiirdm r Ih dead ut lur liomo lntc'
'because die ipfuned to liilio hcrj wed- Mrs flanlnrr'M linger Imd Increased,
I ding ring from tier linger Tlio gold gradually In slie Tlio pressure of the
' )fni(l U8 pluicd on Mrs. Ounlner's ring liccumo correspondingly , greater.
Thn ring Anally becuino Imbedded In1
tlio Deal) and caUKed an Interruption of
tlio Mood circulation. Ulooil poisoning
de eloped and resulted In her death.
Mrs. Gardner was sixty eiirs old.
v jtytyjtLtTlw pw WYTaa
Tho engagement of Aycaha, the no.
limn hypnotist, and Harnett, "tho man
With 'the green eyes," wliloh com
mences at the Orpheum Monday night,
promises to be a most unusual one in
many respects. These people, came to
us with a big Oriental reputation and
the wonderful demonstrations here
promise to be ot'an exceptional character.
Oie of the new hpnotlc feature
will bo the Hindoo sleep, which has
bcon adopted from the performances
of tho Hindoos, who arc admittedly
tho world's masters of this science. Of
this the Btraits Times says:
"Aycsha and Harnett contlnuo to
draw crowded houses at tho Town
Hall, whero their wonderful demon
stratfons of occult power seem to In
crease In Interest, laat night saw
still .mother new feature added to their
long list. Ayesha, while Rcated on
tlio stage gracefully swaying her
body to the accompaniment of slow,
wicrd. music, succeeded in putting to
sleep -several of the audlonco in dif
ferent parts of tho-hall. This Is very
much nttcr the stylo of the Hindoos
who hypnotise whole audiences by ilia
powerful concentration of their own
Tho comic clement of the program
Is still as amusing as on their first
night. Borne different pftcullarlty,;ns-Le-tliic
Itself at' every show.'.
Tho box office oneried''' yesterday.
The sale of tickets wlli contlnuo to
day and all day Monday,
ARE WEEKS OLD
Chance for Health Authorities
To Look Into This,
AVhllo the 'Territorial and city
health nuthorJtle,s , are cleaning things
biwthey ought to cct after' tiio Japan-
on fluliermcn who sell tHh that nro
weckj) old as fresh," declared a prom
inent resident of Honolulu louny. -no
complains to tho pullotln tjintwhllo
there may bo spine people who llko
their fish "hlgh. like gam, tho ma
jority do not, and thnt tho Japanese
uro cnrrylnjr on their nulling business
In a vny that IsVdUtlnct menace to
health "''" ' '"
"The Japancseflshermen bring to the
China wharf from 'sea flh which they
..inim in lie iresh oml 'arc sold by the
retailers as fresh flsh.'but as a' matter
nf fact.tho llsh hao beendead'so long
they arc In a state of decay;1 and are
frozen to retain 'their llrmness Borne
of the facts of jUila practUe are ory
startling. Klh hat(havc iioen lying
around In tho markets for probably a
couple of "weeks,, unsold,' And with flM
buzilng around them, nro brougnt aown
to the China wharf In baskets on drays,
and aro loaded Into tho sampans bo-
foro the craft start for sea. There they
are packed with Ice and froxen In the
hold of tho essel and taken to the
ushlng wntcrs by tho Japanese, who
will crulso about for days, and some
times a week, and then tho fisherman
mixes all tho fresh llsh caught In with
tho old and returns to tho wharf, where
the entire bunch Is" sold as llsh Just
caught, nnd absolutely fresh. Tho ro
taiieniialtojBen'trjcnj as1 Bucji for the
p'rjcojof Jfc ir poupdi'i j i ,
"Tho" average cltlsen cam not tell
w hat he "is getting, and 'probably most
of tho llsh he bus e Is three weeks old."
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. ,8t This Ortat Filmt
H ''TONfCiHtlfff t
'CHAMOiS HUNT" "
Cemtdy Skttch, "Echo In tht Weed"
Screaming Burletqut on "Tommy
BETTER THAN EVER
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recently purchased in
by our Mr. Brasch.
'SEE'ALLTHIS TONIGHT t
The Bell Trio.
Complttt Change af Songs
' "'BICYCLE EQUILIBRISTS v--Don't
STAIRWAY RIDE ON ONE WHEEL
We would call your attention to
tne display 01
Singing "8mllt, 8lumbtr"
in White and Colors, with -
Embroidered Linen Bands
s to match!
DO. YOU WANT TO LAUGH?
WHY, OF CQUR8E YOU DOI
Thtn'Ytu Must Stt
Woman Hypnotist jln;
' 1 Worlds
"Tht Man with tht Grttn Eyta"
Tht Funnlett 8how en Earth
ARE YOU COMINQ7
WHY, OP COURSE YOU ARE!
Salt of 8taU atarta at Orphtum
Thtater Friday morning.
Keep Your Eye on Panama!
Fof soon It will ba the scene of the greatest boom tht world has over witntsttd.
Never was there a gra:ter certainty of making money than by buying Panama Government lande at
the preeent time.
Price $600 per aertj 81.00 down and 25p per month, with NO TAXES TO PAY FOR FIVE YEARS!
The Weitern Coast of Panama hat a delightful climate, and tht meet fertile lands on tarth (8et
U, 8. Gov. Reports), wMch have recently, been thrown open to all natlenalltlet on tqual terms.
The opening of the Panama Canal will, almost in the twinkling of an eye, glvt thit heretofore
cloied region aceeie t5 every, market. Think, what effect ths.lncrand population and development
will have on land values! X. J .j. ' v
To encourage develop riant, first ownera can havt thtir lands cultivattd on ahartt, so that beyond
purchasing tl raw laid from.tht Govecnment; tht propertHi can b put on an income basis with.
out further payment. As the 'country 'is filled dp, qwntrV.wlll bt tsptsttd to attend to their own V
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Thus there is every incentive to buy now.
Panama Development Company, .
216 Mercantile Place
Between Fifth and Sixth Streets LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA
MUST CLEAR AWAY DUMPS
Tho pineapple companies oporating
nt Iwllol worn served with a flnnl no
tice yoBterday nfternoon by- tho Hoard
BOY KEPT IN CAGE WITH
Bitten and ScratcncoV Ho
Finally, Rescued By Hir,
Thn notltlnn of 'tho state attorney
A PAIR OF HYENAS 'tells n story of treatment almost In-
iredllily Inhuman, during whlc.1) tlio
child wan exhibited by a carnival com
pany In Minnesota and Iowa.
When elshteen months old his fnthcr
plnccd him In an orphanage In Omaha.
The records do not show that the boy
I1APID CITY. 8. D. Aur.7. Kept i wns Icgnlly ndoptcil Dy tlio jonnstons.
In 'u case wh pal,r ot South Amor-j The real mother has started proceed-
which were being snown mirs io inno mm irum u wi
I tun lijennk,
at n carnival, "and bitten andscratched
until lieipoaneA.Vfhen anyone touched
tlilmaa the experience of a llve-year-
old boy named Jenrce, according to tho
Attorney - General
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charges of State Attorney Denu. who' etared ,"al ,ho ,,c,",1, ot tho Un,ted
caused the nrrest of tho child's foster Btutes woum not uni io repeal rcci
pnrents, Mr. and Mrs. James J. John- proclty after a car's time.
PRICE8 25e, 35c, Mo
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nflletllh In connection With tho dls-lTWO (JAMES f TWO.OAME8
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1130 P. M. J. a: C. VS. HAWAII!
3i30 P. M. STARS vs. P. A. C.
nosal of their dumps
They were offered a couplo of sug
Kuestlons about a week and In some
Instances nothing has boon done. Tho
present suggestions are they should
have tho refuse carted out to sea and
dumped in ono of the currents that
will take It away from tho land. An
other Is that thoy obtain tho use of
the city Incinerator and have It
burned up. The third Is that It should
lm numncd full of crude oil, more
(placed on top, and thon burned. It
' It L iLI- !. niKtliAll Urlll tint
may do mai uii 'BDV """ "; "
burn It right out but it win ao away
lth any chance of files being able to
live there. The Hawaiian Pineapple
Company has an elaborate and ex
pensive Inclnorator It has been using
with good success,
Tho Persia of tho Pacific Mall lino
from tho Orient was 667 miles off tho
port at eight o'clock laBt ovenlng and
Is due hero at an early nour on Mon
day morning. A wireless from the
Mongolia Is to the effect thnt tho big
stoamer from 8an Francisco will be
off the quarantine on or about eight
o'clock on Monday , morning, noth
vessels go to Alakea wharf and both
will bo dispatched, Bast and West on
or "about flo o''ciock In the evening.
Following Hie arrival of the Mongolia
there wilt not be another regular mail
steamer from the coist until tlio
America Mnru duo hero on Scpteni
Prlceti 35, 25, 15 and 10 Ctnti ; .
Reserved Seats for center and wings
of grandstand tan bo booked at EfO,
Hall Is. Son's spirting department. En
Tickets on sule at M. A. Qunst's
Cigar Store from 1 p. m. Saturday to
II a. in. Hunduy.
The Real Goods
We have chosen Kodak goods for
r jp.hotograpluc aepartnunt- because
they are the realrgoods-lnot the imita
tions. We know thatPthey are nghtf n
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inac iney comc( irom ucpciiuauic 5
.people, and we offer them to you, our
customers, with the knowledge that
they are going to prove satisfactory.
the smallest of the pocket
Bread Baked Daily
'You can havt your order changed ,
dally and bt supplied with any of
these varieties from
1134 NUUANU ST.
Wtefclj BalletlB II per ratty
NO. 1 FOLDING POCKET KODAK
So small that it is easily carried in any coat
V-,--pocket. Tl)e pictures .
!F &(.-3 -4?i
"'' inches. Price $ 1 o.oo.-v
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L,ct us show vou tne
and Brownies, and
help you to a selection
Honolulu Photo Supply Co.,
"Everything Photographic" Fort below Hotel
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