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'.' ..OUWliii1b(ii..l'0'N(ladMhl(hUN4l H(M M- ,' Efoffo BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, THURSDAY, MPT1. 1911.
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y KjifrjP SEPTEMBER 12
SEATS ON SALE AT BERQSTROM MUSIC CO, SATUROAY,
.SEPTEMBER 9TH, AT 9 A. M. PRICESl $2.50, $1.50 GENERAL
ADMISSION, $1.00. CASH MUST ACCOMPANY ALL ORDERS) NO
J TICKETS HELD UNLESS PAID FOR.
HKI'OKT OF TIIK COMHTIOX OF
TIIK F1IIST .VITIONA1, 1IAXK OF
HAWAII, AT IIONOMII.l', IX TIIK
TF.H1IITOHY OF HAWAII, AT
TIIK CLOSK (IF HUSlJiESS,
.SF.l'TF.JIIIF.H Int, Kill.
SALES LARGE .
ON THE MARKET
(Continued from Page 1)
short rhmcd proclamations imlillilt-
Hie the MirciulliiK of riuuurH anil rens-
t v .. .. .i.i ....''stirlng the people, as tlic city Iium been
wfth Mcllryde bonds, Ewn riivk un.l "' "f "' ''. n'l K,"',,
in.WHll.in Commercial lending In l " " U' '" " tul ot ,,crr"r' l"C.
.. . ...... i.lliinlf hi nln llltrttl All.
III,... .....I Vl.ilii,l III.' llllirm-imm uiiuin ,...... ...
. ii,.. i ,,r mlrul 1.1 Chun. Ho held two confer-
, -.-..i, r i neon Willi 111" colleagues linn i.ic inn-
... .,. ..!.....,... II. n
lnal nary ornrrnt un ino miu.iuun wm iu
lltli The Nnnliul district magistrate
ft . -. A--l...l-.b ... n..t (IuUa,1 l Clfc
share-, b.lng sold ut that price onthe " "10 con.u.miiar, .u ... ,.-.
.!. ., .twice, tho former reporting the con-
....... ':..... . .., fcsslons of the prison r iiumc.1 Chen
The denun.l for Mi- ''"' ""'' t,ln '',m' ""'""'"'"B l,c
thut Hecutliytu. to """" "f "'i"1111""" ot !'e clt;
, .,. ' .HUH HI llir li"'"mii v " bviiw...
.-,.'( U... .... gb.cn that the second ns-L!"'','-' throughout the day.
Msn,ent. SU ,.or tent. .... the 1435 oh. A cabinet nr.Ur run, I-cMim exhorts
t7i.ni.lr shares of T.lnjong Olbk Hub- '" lcy " imnlsh severely the rev-
that "Ui',,nnry party wnii-i. nun hhiui ..
attempt the ussiiMsinnlluu ot n n.Rii ot
tlcliil, lint to refrain carefully from In
discriminate HhttiBlitcr of the Innocent.
off Iim l.nitril mill
hh.irlng tin) honors
ll'o stock cMhuiiKc.
llio bright WulalUJ
Mock went tip to
4cne Mb lionil
111..! SlXCS at UK
l,n.lo IiiiihIm sent
Loans Mild Discounts
(t, ,S. Honda to securo
U. S. Honda to securo
U. S. Deposits 235,400.00
Other liotiils to securo
V. S. Deposits . . .'. 2S8,r,C1.00
HmiklnR Site 39,879.73
Other llrnl Kslntc owned . 4,200.00
Customers' Liability on
Utters of Credit 61,085.73
Duo from State and
Private Hanks and Hank
ers, Trust Companies,
nnd Strings Hanks .... 35,845.06
Duo from Approved He
servo Agents 161,145.64
Checks nnd other Cash
Notes of other National
Fractional Potior Currency,
Nickels, and Cents ....
Lawful .Money Itcsrnc In
Hunk, llzt .
notes ., 320.00
Redemption fund with U.
S. Treasurer (5 of
SOUSA'S MARCH MUSIC
HAS STIRRED NATIONS
Tho inarches composed by .tohn
Philip Sousii nro tho fighting music
of the nation. On tho firing line at
Kl Cnnoy, nt tho surrender of S.inll
ngo nnd nt the capture nt Ponco thso
Inspiriting marches furnished tho mel
odic expression of patriotic enthus
iasm and triumph for the American
forces. Dewey's flagBlilp sailed to vic
tory at Manila to tho stirring notes
of a Sousa march and Sampson's men
wcro cheered by the samo refrain.
Sousa's mnrches arc the standard mil
itary mimic" of the world and are
played by tho bands of every great
army on the earth.
Sousa and his band are duo lioro
Tuesday, September 12th and will glvo
n, concert nt the IIIJou Theater. Seats
go on sale at Hcrgstrnm's Music Co.
Saturday morning, September 9th at 9
WILL BEGIN TONIGHT
Whitney & Marsh,
Monday Wadnoiday Friday
IIHTTKn THAN KVEllt
Fox and Claire
Rifle and Rtvolvar Shots that 8trtUI
Tht Charming Slngor
Up.to-Date Nonsenx Comical
"MAk HAS THE BOXING FEVER"
Ik) Hock P. due end payaltle and
tlih will make in pr cent paid In.
PTho niconllKlit .lance ut llalclun on
The chief perpetrator
Capital stock paid ln.....$
Undivided Prollts,' less
Kxii8cs and" 'Taxes
National Hank Notes
Individual deposits subject
Demand certificates of
Certified checks 1,282 88
Cashier's checks outstand
United States deposits 12,186 86
Deposits of U. S disburs
ing nrnccrs 444,488.73
Travelers' and Commercial
Ix-tters of:Crcdlt...jf. 61,085.73
of tho crlmo
Salunlii) nlitht pr.uiilf.es to be one of nn, ordered l.y the viceroy to besiim
thu bent .of the sranoii ut that clrllRht- nmrlly executed at the spot where the
tul luiitvliy. There will bu good music 'attack occurred on AtiRiist 14, but on
by n llawallau iiiiintct club that loc jtho way there crowds of p'eoplo col-
not play niKtluie, a feature that will tectcd and followed tho doomed man
be enjojed by the largo number of , ,! ..jcocutloner and guards, nnd
Niclety people who have expressed an', n,o oiiieer In cliarso .lecmed It tinsafo
Intention to go i1i.hu.
Territory of Hawaii,
t'lly unit County nt Honolulu, dxi
I, I T. Peck, Cashier of tho above
named bank do solemnly swear that
the above statement Is truo to tho best
A new raft ro-lt mctc t jtico mon arrival at tho of my knowledge nnd belief.
I ago.) u. .. i-bi;i, v;asuier.
m. p. noniNsoN,
H. M. VON HOLT,
O. P. CASTLE,
Subscribed and sworn to before mo
this 6th day of September, 1911.
(Seal) F. F. FEIINANDES,
cenlly anchored o!T shoro will provl.Io place, nnd hud lili.i convejed back to
"meani for additional enjoyment for. the prima.
tlioo who dip In old ocean III tho The peopU l.cllce In tho warning
inoonllBlit. Malinger Kimball requests hrt fnrtli In the plncardx. that tho re
Ihiw who will bo there overnight or to hellion will be resumed on n much
meals to book 111 advance for rooms larger scale, so that the cxidus of a
to in: tuvi
jHu Oiwi Society
K. of P. HALL
1511 8 P. M. HIIAHP
ERNEST KAAI GLEE CLUB
TICKETS SOc.at the Door
great number of persons lias
ceased since the last rebellion.
Dulldlng and Plumbing Inspector Jo
seph .1. Mlchlstcln has no pressing need
for mi automobile, costing JS00 anil
paid for by tho county, according to
a member of tho Knluuikl Improve
ment club this morning, and the snld
member Is thinking of bringing tho
matter before the club at Its mectliiB
tonight to see If the club docs not
iiBrec with him.
Mlehlsteln should bo nblc to get
along with his present horse and IniBBy,
suld this man, and tho county should
not use money so bn.lly needed for
roads In bulng automobiles for all tho
Concrete walk Is being laid on tho
Alakca street side of tho Y. M. C. A
II. V. Atkinson took a flying nuto
trip that was very far from being n
Joy-rldo jestorday afternoon, arriving
at his homo at tho Peninsula with
tho expectation of seeing his house
hold goods an 1 tho building Itself in
Atklnvon got word that tho house,
was on fire and grabbing an auto and
his brother A, U C, he brnko all
sped limits getting to tho Peninsula.
Hut when ho got there he found that
somo Japanese workmen had succeed
ed In subduing the flames with flro
extinguishers which were luckily
hnndy, and aside from some damage
to the kitchpn -whero the flames orlg
Imitrd, tho loss was slight.
Tho range of poems to be read by
Charles Kcclcr In tho ballroom nl tho
Alexander Young Hotel this evening
is t, wldo one, extending from tho
songs of sunny childhood to those
whlth savor of Ancient flrccco; In
addition to being a writer of rood
oiMir Mr. Kecler Is a good reader, a
splendid entertainer whose voice In
both mngnctlc and musical.
On the mainland his readings hnu
beoli ticulcd as society functions and
patronized by persons of culture. From
Inquiries made it Is evident tho samo
will apply hero in Honolulu whoro
such readings are rare. Tickets nro
to bo had at tho book stores and at
l.'uo door. The? leading will bo;;lti
promptly at half past eight.
Tho list of patrons and patronesses
for thu Kecler readings Is n distin
guished ono, Including flocrnor nnd
Mrs. Wnlter Jf. Frenr, Queen Lllluoka
lanl. Prince; nnd Princess Kalanlnnn
olo, Admiral and Mrs Wnlter C.
Cowlcs, (leu. and Mrs. M. M. Macomb,
Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Snnzy, Mr, and
Mrs. Qerrlt Wilder, Doctor and Mrs.
Charles 1). Cooper, Mm and Mrs. Wal
ter DUIInghnm, Mr, and Mrs. J. H.
f rlnlf Mr atlA Mru l.rn., Unnforlnnn
Mr. and Mrs( James A. Wilder, Mr.
and Mrs. F. A. Schacfer, Mr. and
Mrs. J. W. dllmore,, Mr. and Mrs,
M. M. Scott, Mr. and Mrs. flcorgo
Sherman, Mr. and Mr. W. D. Alox
nnclcr, Ju.lgo nnd Mrs. W. L. Whit
ney, Miss Anna Paring Mr. and Mm,
Arthur Wall.Mr. and .Mrs. W.Il. Cas
tle, Mr. and Mrs. D.tF. Dillingham,
Mr. nnd Mrs. II. M. ,von Holt, Miss
Francis Lawrenco, Mru and Mrs, F. T.
P. WntcrhotiMS, Mr. nnd Mrs. Alfred
IL Ourrey, Jr., Mr. and Mrs- Fred
Mncfarlano, Jr., Mrs. Agnes II. H.
Judd, Mr. nnd Mrs. W. It. Farrlngton,
Mr. and Mrs., Hcnjamln Marx, Mrs.
E. A. Weaver, Mr.i.and Mrs. II. O.
Mathcson, Mr. nnd Airs. D. Howard
Hitchcock, Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Grif
fiths and Mrs. and Mrs. T, Sedgwick,
GREATEST PROGRAM OF THE
' SEASON I
- Allen Doone
Romentlo- Irish JHaylotl
"SWEET COUNTY KERRY"
Kunz and Kunz
Instrumental and Vocal ArlliU
Black-Face Comedy See the Foot
Feature Film I
"SIMPLE RUSTIC TALE"
DOOHS OPEN AT 7
EVERY NIGHT AT 8l15
HUI OIWI SOCIETY
THE WORLD'S GREATEST
Packed to the Doori Laat Night
NEW SENSATIONS NIGHTLY
If You Want to Laugh, Don't Mil It
On Saturday evening there Is n good Rightly Termed the Funnleel Show on
time In storo for nil w)io enjoy the
whirl of tho dance, for, on that evening
thcro will bi given a most eiijjyablo
ilanro by theHul Olvvt Society, unit
nil know that where this society Is In
terested there Is always fun and frollo
to ona'M heart's content. Another In
ducement that will draw those who do
not earn to dauco will. bo the delightful
music that will bo furnished for tho
dancers by tho Ernest Kan I Ulec Club.
The danco will sturt at 8 o'clock sharp.
Tickets nro fifty cents, and can be
obtained at tho door.
' We are pleased to be able to
inform our patrons, that we have
secured a LADIES PURE SILK
HOSE in the celebrated
which we will sell at
$1.00 a pair
These, have lisle soles, toes, heels
and garter tops
. EVERY PAIR GUARANTEED
OUR. SALE OF
WILL BE CONTINUED
UNTIL TUESDAY EVE
. READINGS FROM HIS OWN POEMS
8:30 P. M.
"1. ; i ' "i
THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 7 ' .'.
MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 11
ALEXANDER YOUNG BALL ROOM
TICKETS ONK DOLLAR. - - - BOI.b AT HOOK STALLS
FOlt PIIILADKLI'IIU I
I Cure Com
Ninety brick manufacturer on tho
Hudson river have formed tho Orentcr
New York Hrlck Company.
' KNJANIN COMTMJN
Nik Nw, Kick
Stomach and Liver
Curat tho Kidneys.
Weatlv Hillstlu l nsf mr,
.PHILADELPHIA. - Philadelphia Is
seeking tho Republican national con
vention next yenr. Impetus was given
Thursday to a movement to obtain
the convention when a cominltteo
representing tho Allied Republican
Clubs of Philadelphia, which is push
ing tho project, called upon Mayor
Jleyburnand urged him to exert his
Influence' with tho Ifcpubllcan national
committee to bring about tho selec
tion of Philadelphia.
T The Mayor pledged Ills support.
The city Is planning a municipal con
vention hall, which Is expected to bo
one of the largest, and finest in the
country. " ,
jThcre wero 63 cases of cholera and
29 deaths from tho aisenso In Constan
tinople, j 4
i SUNDAY, 8EPTEMBER 10
TWO GAMES -. - TWO OAMJJ3
I ' -.'''
1l30 HAWAIIS vt. 8TAR8
I 3(30 J, A. C. vi. P. A. C.
Prices SSc, 25c, 15c, 10c
Reserved Seuts for center and wings
of grandstand can. bo booked. at II O.
I'llall' & Son's 'sporting department. En
trance, King street.
Tickets on solo at M..'A. Ounsl-"
Cigar Store from' 1 n. in. Saturday tu
111 a. m. Runday.
GRAND SALE of CLOTHING
FOR BOYS and GIRLS
v. " ; i The opening of the schools being near at hand we have prepared to s T v
fS t.i fit-out the boys and girls at prices reduced from one-quarer tofoneSr IjfUMOJfL'Sii
' '; : half. The sale will last for one week only. See our window display. ' !
L. B. KERR & CO.,