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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., SATURDAY, JAN. 27, 1912.
Your Grocer Has It
J. A. GILJWAN
Shipping and Commission
ARTHUR SEWALL & CO., BATH, ME.
PARROTT & CO., SAN FRANCISCO
BADGER'S FIRE EXTINGUISHER CO.
GENERAL FIRE EXTINGUISHER CO.
((ji!i.m:i,i, ai untrue snii.vki.ku)
NEUMAN CLOCK CO.
( unnii.vs clock)
ROYAL STANDARD TYPEWRITER
AACHEN & MUNICH FIRE INS. CO.
id itr sTitcrr, m:ah mimiciiant.
Art Loom Rugs
The Wire Type Tungsten Lamp
The fragility of the old type Tungsten lamp hat been entirely
overcome in this new
WIRE TYPE TUNGSTEN
These new lamps have all the advantages of the old Tungsten
lamps, with the addition of Leirg more rugged and consequently
When buying lamps ask for the WIRE TYPE TUNGSTEN.
The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.
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von Tin; i:st vi: havi: ii.i roii an ahm
HCILORON & LOUIS. Proprietors TELEPHONE 3445
ASK ME TOR ESTIMATES ON
rnB P.M. POND,
Union-Pacific Transfer Co.
handles your baggage it
gets on the right steamer
Office, King St, next Youn? Hotel Telephones 1874 and 1873
HARRY CORSON CLARK
MAKES ART OF LAUGHTER
The nrt of the n tor Is esHi'iitlntly
tho art of plnylni; to good i-ftct t on
the emotions of the mullein c, nr.il Is
tlllled In nrlotis ways that Ik to r.iy
In the production of various tjpeii of
JlaH, nrloiin. features of the miiiic
,Mt arc brought out In wllellv ulfierlntt
ways by various artists. Willi one the
principle emotion mhy ho tcir, with
another horror, but with" yet aii'itlirr
It Is when one sees a man lilt" 'Mr
ry Cordon Clarke that one reallcx
Itntnit forcibly how pxent an art this
laiiKhter-niaklnK Is. With Mr (Jlarki-
, there. Is nothing strained about the
fun, he seems perfectly iintur.il nil
,the while, ami yet he Is tho rinlimll
nit tit of mirth ami merriment. All
' who enjoy n hearty liiiigh nt fun Hint
Is natural, and unforced, will ho do
I lighted lo hear that Mr. C'arko nnd
his cleer company will plav a four
weeks' engagement nt the Itojal Ha-
Mnllan Opera House rommcmrlnc; Jan.
29th. The opening bill will bo "Wlml
Happened to Jones."
j Many jmh lme parsed now since
Hairy Cnrnon Clarke llrst begun lo
I make his picsciicc felt tininug the
ranks of the younger iniueillans, nnd
for ninny Reasons he has been slurring
all over the loutlneiit In comedies of
the best type, l'crhapi the funniest
of all his )ila)H Is the otto he hn
clionii for his opening hill In Mono,
lulu. This play gles the ladles of
, the company mi opportunity to wear
magnificent costumes In fact the
wholo entertainment Is one that
should on no account be missed by
any one who loves comedy at Its best,
or who enjoys n real good hearty
HUGHES COMPANY TO
STAY ANOTHER WEEK
There will ho unothor week of the
Hughes Comedy Company nt the llljou
This fact was made known yesterday
when n cable wos rcceUed from Shan
ghai to the effect that the company
lould delay the start for the Orient
for a few days. Next week this popu
lar louipany will put on n laughablo
skit entitled "Frenzied Finance." It
Is one of the most laughable situa
tions that two men could possibly get
Into In a financial deal, and nlthougl.
they Bet Into a peck of trouble their
trouble will make you laugh.
Tonight will be the lat night of the.
"Whltehorso Inn" which has tilled the
house every night during Its run.
There Is a grand matinee on nt the
llljou this afternoon and the hill will
,! n'sort of double affair as the talent
rrom the Empire will bo Included In
VonArx Is giving a matinee at the
Orpheiim this nfternoon for tbo jouug
folks of the city mid his mysteries
will bo most Interesting to tho little
ones. This eenlng will bo the lnt
performance of the Illusionist nnd man
of magic, and he will again expose the
doings of mnny of Ills tricks.
TWO SMALL HOUSES
. BURNT LAST NIGHT
During last night two small honsct
wero burnt to tho ground wjlhln nn
houi nnd practically nothing was miv
ed. Ono llro occurred at ton o'clock
and the other nt eleven. Tlieso are
thn flrtt fifes for over a month,
Tho first house was ono In which
H, Aokl, n Japanese lived, and he lost
everything except a few clothes, lie
claims that the tiro started from a ruin
Mali pile that his neighbors were
burning. They, However, assert tbut
It caught llro through a curtain blow
lng against a Inmp. Aokl was nt
church In Manon when ho first lieuid.
of It. Tho house was situated on
Young and l'llkol streets.
The second house belonged to Snm
Choy nnd was on Vineyard street b".
low Nminnu. A lamp is also hjiiipoi-
eci to lio responsible for the hurnlni:
of this house.
AT 2.30 P.M.
Presenting Most Remarkable Mysteries
Take tho Children to see the
TONIGHT LAST SHOW TONIGHT
OPENING JANUARY 29.
Till: "UltllllMI .NIIAMIN"
Harry Corson Clarke
Supported bj Hie
What Happened to Jones
.Mr. Clarke mis Hie original .IOM:S.
Seats on sale nt Hawaii Promotion
Rooms, Young Building. Phone 2345.
PRJCE8 r.,.1. 75c, 50o and 25p
Tho new oil trnxt stock Issues have
hnlTIeil Willi Street, ns thc have no
official market value, and nro uiisnla-
AT 2.30 P.M.
HUGHES MUSICAL COMEDY CO.
"White Horse Inn"
Rippling with Melody and Comedy
Monday Wednesday Friday
NEW ACT8 TONIGHT
SIZE UP THI8 DILLI
tiik hkst i:vnu
A IlOUfln FILLER
Jones, Grant, Dehearde
Already the Hiiro of the Town!
Applause Is All Theirs
McGEE & REECE
Haole Foot Tappers Clever Dancing
Popular Prices Motion Pictures
Ills horse frightened by tho break
ing of tli" bit and running nwaj Isaac
Ilimtiii of llelfnst. Me., aged about .".3,
Whitney &. Marsh,
Our Regular Annual
will begin on
Thursday Next, Feb. 1 st
When we will place on Sale at Greatly
Reduced Prices our Entire Stook
of Ready-Made Garments.
Our windows show some of the bar
gains and the quality of the merchan
dise which we will offer.
hie. nro nil In fractional parts, nnd In was thrown out of his eafrlnge; driiK-
31 different colors. ceil ten rods nnd killed.
NEWCOMERS' CLUB HAS
GOOD PROGRAM SUNDAY
Tho New coniTf Club baa iirrnnKd
a Komi plot-nun for Hundny afternoon
at tho Y. M. J A. At o'clock Frank
Andcrfon'H orchestra will ulvo n con
ceit In tho lobby of tho bulldlnc A
new feature of the concert w III ho pev
crnl Mica) poloa by decree Dyaon, a
first tenor with n fine Milcc, wide, rnnne
nnd considerable power.
When tho, men Bather In Cooko Hall
at 4:60 they will discuss tho subject of
chooiliiB n life work, n live subject In
which moot jountr men nro Interested
During thu Hiipper hour, which comes
at 0:30, J I. floodlit!? rield, formerly off
the Panama. Canal Commission, will
speak on personal reminiscence's of the
canal, telling nhout the work, tho en
nui V. M, ' A., nnd other HeiiiH of
Intercut. All men nro 1m Ited to these
KntlierlnRK of the' New coiners' Plub, cs.
pc dally strniiijers In the city
Criticism often turiiH
tribute of respect.
The balance of our Store has
been leased, and we must vacate
by MARCH 1st.
Prices cut no figure with us--Goods
must be disposed of.
L. B. Ker r & Co.,
out to he a
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