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dVCNINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., TUESDAY, APR. 30, 1012.
PUNAHOU PAGEANT TOMORROW
A lower Belmont. Has 'Striking Representation of Civ-
thc notch which makes
it sit right. 2 for 25c
Cluclt, Pexbody & Co. rmkcriof
SHOWN IN MANCHURIA
Tin? JiipaiioM- tloveiiimriit if Kwnn
liiug leased tci rltii l striving to
develop various Industries, for which
tlin.nuu I" devoted With tho object
cit making l.iln tint only the llisl-i-,.i,.
iivniiiii' nun In Mniichuila. but
:i1kii a norl of transhipment for Ko
rean ports, an well as Tientsin anil
other North Cliln.i ports, an animal
mil)Hld of ?.l '.i" has been grunted
to cortnln local snipping linns en
gaged In coasting trade The four
steamers receiving such subsidy will
WMin be Inoionscd to live or slv
An annual grant 18 made In the
Fishery Association and tlie Marino
I'rodiict Co. I Ltd) A special sub
sidy may also bo granted Tor the ox
pmt nf marine product to South
To open n market for Kw nutting
call In Korea a $ t li.OOrt subsidy was
Blunted The Onvornmcnt Is working
bard to promote the sale nf salt.
Willow iiliintlnc Is beliiK encourag
ed Wicker trunks, are now popular.
being iiiod both by Chinese and for
eigners, ro (hero Is good proiect for
(be nialiiifiulure of willow articles.
The (io eminent Is also distributing
free seeds and fruit Irees to both na
tive and Japanese farmers (Jrapo
culture Is promising, and a subsidy of
$5.hmi for wine makliiR has been ul-
- (Has factories hae started al I Ml
n and I'orl Arthur A subsidy Is
given the Industry, which appears
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
ilization From Dawn to
j the Present.
I Htiit.lx and ph tnrcMpie, siuhollc and i
nit. rpnt ilie will be the anniversary
i piiKeanl to be given at I'una'.ioii to-
jlllMllilW IIHillllllK I
I lii addition to the main outline n(
iiIh pioKi mi in. imblMieil esterdayaf-
niiiiinn In tlie tin I let In. the vurloui
division mill features nf each tableau .
He an fiillnws I
1. Llfo and Cuitomi of Primitive
Hlm.v of tree-dwellers '
11. Llfo Among the North American
The production or "lll.iwntha "
3. Grecian Civilization.
Theseus and the Minotaur
Scene 1 -AeKi'iio places .sword and
sandals mill, r stone
Scene -' Tn-scu lifts stone
Si'i lie J Therein lifts stone
It tlin st irt for 'li tc
Sieni I nadiie glv.H Theseus
Scene ii Theseus kills Mluotuiir
Scene fi Hetiirn to Athens
4. Roman Civilization.
The Return of I'orloluniis
S. Medieval Civilization.
IJiieen, lima Wnods: rrusader to be
knlKhteil, ltaymond Arthur Ilbersole.
J. Transition from Medieval to
, Modern Civilization.
Merrle MiiRland's May-D.iJ Festivities
The CrownhiK of the Queen and the
May Pole Dance
7. Modern Civilization.
Scenes from life of Coliimlins. Co
lumbus l.iudiiiR on San Sahador. Oc
tober 12, 14D2. I'oluinbns returns and
Is received by Ferdinand and Isabella.
8. Rip Van Winkle.
I'lay In three nets
'9. A Washington Tea.
Colonial scenes and dances.
10. Mist Columbia's Party,
(lathering rcpiecnlntlc of all Stales
and Territories of the t'nlon. showing
deelopmeut of modern civilization
11. Pageant Procession
ARE SOME ACT
Tho Wnlslcln Trio nro Iho hit nf Ibo
llljou bill. Theso three clcor roller
skaters opened nt this theater Inst
nlRht and Instantly won appreciation
from n largo audience. Hut cleverness
Ik not the predominating nolo In tho
trlo'a not. One of them Is a clown
that causes merriment supreme, ono
Ktrinll boy In Iho audience at tho first
show last nlRht becoming so amused
Hint bis laugh rang mil loud above (hat
of the ndullH irescntnnd consciiuonl
ly Iho clown hail lo dlvldo allenllon
with the little chap. Hut It Is prob
p.hle there wero many Rrowti-iipa thoio
to whom tho clown seemed Just us
funny. The clown does tho expected
on the sknlos ho falls down nnti
then spins around like a mechanical
manikin. The other two skaters nro
Just ns entertaining In their ilimcult
r.ct, doing skating, dancing nnd spin
ning. Although In the skilled skating
the clown shows he Is no slouch, na
Instance ho Jumps thrco chairs wltll
a altiglo leap nnd comes back with n
woo-boRono smile to recclvo tho op
Jplnuso of Iho niidlemo. It's a good net
fmpire theater! Whitney & Marsh,
, n presentation of the march of alt (,, ))l0 nmUsement company will un
doubtedly find It n good crowd-getter.
civilization (IiiourIi the ages
MATINEE EVERY DAY
Startling Reader of Your Mind
Her power Is uncanny! Think, and
she speaks jour Innermost thoughts.
An Instant Hltl
Presenting RARE OLD IRI8H DAL'
LAD8 Favorite of the Bohemian Club
of San Francisco
Hear tho "Low Rack Car" and "Lit
tle Irish Girl."
WOOD CAN'T GET IMRS. PERRI
BACK ON LIMINE
Sccrotnrv II P Wood of the l'romo
Hon Committee has been held In San
Frnwlsio a week longer than lin r
peeled because he could not get trans
portation on Hie I.urllne, according to Antonio I'crrl. the strong man and
n cable received by tho committee. vaudeville performer, who thought
Mr. Wood went to San Francisco liirmdy grabbed his wife's trunkH and
Ills enpacltv ns chairman of the Hn-: drought them to Honolulu with him.
wall Commission in the Panama 1'nclllOi leaving her behind, and who booIT got
Imposition, nnd Intended to return on
the I.urllne The I.urllne was booked
full, however, so he hns cabled that ho
will come back on the Wlllielmlnn, nr
riving here Mnv 1 ).
Mr Wood has been looking over tho
silo for the Hawaii building.
HAS EXCELLENT NEW WELL
Entered for Record April 27, 1912.
From 10i30 a. m. to 4:30 p. m.
James Hhi,uiiI.i and wf lo Mrs H
K Miibo,. . ... l
Marv Z I'roH In Notice Notltt
Entered for Record April 29, 1912.
Konnlil.i tnO K Kal. ml I
Maria K'abele tn William ltuibly... H
l-'lmt Hank of llilo Ltd to 1 V. Hay Itel Irompatiy Is prepared to Have the for-
CIiiim K Kiin.ine ami wf to Tutu liner as the well Is under perfect con-
Katsiiinil I) trol and Ib flowing through a lead, lino
Thomas Cnuvla noil wf to Alfieil 'to a tank
liOIIVela ... Ii '
David Kalaiil and wf lo lido Itall- Wlllll ii(l In the II II 1 1 e 1 1 II bring
io.i.i en t) (mi rich returns.
homesick and started back, won't
have a loving wlfo tn meet him.
Mrs. Pearl Pcrrl, the wife, ban ap
pealed to the superior court In San
I-'ranelsco to nnniil her mnrrlage
Mrs. Perrl, who was married In I-or
Angples last March, sulTeied disillu
sionment two weeks later when her
husband was served with papers in a
suit for divorce brought lly a former
wife, llcrtha, In Chicago. Perrl dis-
I appeared on tho day ho was served
April 23. The vvlth tho summons, nnd. taking with
Honolulu Consolidated on section IV him his wlfo's trunk and wardrobe.
:!2-21 has a new 40nn-barrcl flowing n( (he foundation for a chargo of
well of 27 gravity oil brought In nt grand larceny Ho departed on Iho
3.1MJ feet depth A largo nmoiint orip.ir Wlllielmlnn for Honolulu April
gas Is produced with the oil, nnd tho u, nnd tho wireless was Invoked to
intercept him, but In vnln.
You need not fear poverty and wnnt
If mi have a savings account. Open
a, suv lugs account todyn with tho
Hank of Hawaii, Kort and Merchant
Illoni baa n sale or manufnclurcrH'
dress samples which Is attracting the
careful buyers of Honolulu Tlicso
nro only n limited niimner or me
ilreshea nnd If you want one joii hnd
better nttend the sale at once.
ALL THIS WEEK !
The Oriental Crepe Goods Co.
(Dowson &. Russell)
61 KING STnCET, NCXT ADVERTISER OFFICE
Wholesale Impirler:. of Crepo Goods. Sitk Crepes, Cotton Crepes, Crept Shirts,
nnd Crepo Goods of Every Description
CALL AND SEE OUR SAMPLES
Honolulu Symphony Society
AT THE EMPIRE THEATER
TUESDAY EVENING, MAY 7, AT 8 1 15 O'CLOCK
Reserved Ssoti $1, 75e and 50c. Now on isle at the Dox Office of the
Orphcum Theater, Hotel Street.
SOLOISTS. MISS EDITH ROSSLYN COLLAIS, MR. CARL MILTNER
ACCOMPANIST: MRS. L. TENNEY PECK
BEGIN WAR ON ROACHES,
RATS AND MICE
With the spring houso cleaning sea
noil at linnd housewives nro planning
a eamiinlcn on rats, mice and roaches.
Of tourbo there are ninny worthy bends
of households who do not wait until
they clean houso to wlpo out tho nui
sances thut nro npt to beset the best
regulated, but there aro thousands
who select this time of tho year for
wluit thev term their "exterminating."
Hats, mlco nnd roaches abound In
every town and large city. They aro
an Inevitable evil. Kven the myth
ical Spotless Town hml Its vermin.
Housewives icltllze thin and are al
ways on the defensive against tho
"nasly things." Time was' when a
separate nnd distinct uttack had to bo
made upon the individual rat, iiiouko
or roach, or Incur n risk, by klllliiR
tho Intruders with a poison which was
Injurious lo human llfo and household
Not so In tlicso lnys. Science haa
como ti) tho rescue. The wlso house
wife now buys a well known, rellablo
exterminator anil her worry and an
noyances aro reduced lo tho minimum.
The city (ifllcialB will noon begin
their annual nctlvltles In denning the
streets nnd every thoroughfnro will bo
mado Inviting. And of courso tho
housewives will see to It Hint the In
teriors nre In keeping with tho streets.
A gigantic Home Halo demonstra
tion was held In Dublin, at which all
tho Irish leaders mado speeches
Eldred & Carr
Another Clan A Act No Peers of
A Literary Gem by
Al Hallet & Co.
LAST TWO NIGHTS
John P. Rogers
The Popular Batto
ALL NEW MOTION PICTURES
MONDAY, TUSEDAY, WEDNE8DAY
Comedy and Novelty Roller Skating
Act A Poiltive Innovation
Baylc & Patsy
Refined and Comody Singing, Intro
ducing Mysterious Ragtime
Frances Dainty Co.
Novelty Slack-wire and
Up-to-Date Bicycle Artists
Watch the Girll "She's" Greall
.m:v oPicrtA riiAiits instai.i.hd
JUST TO HAND
A Small But Choice Selection of
Prices from $12.50
The ladles of tho
will hold n grand fair at the residence
of A. F. Cooke, Kaimuki,
, SATURDAY, MAY 4.
Many beautiful fancy articles. In ad
dition to delicioue refreshments, will
WORLD TOURISTS OFFER
PRAISE FOR HAWAII
Oeorgo I). Oooper, mnnngcr nnd ill
rector for W. & J. Slonno, lnrgo enr
oot nnd furnlturo denlers of San Fran
cIsco, accompanied by his wlfo, wnsl
among tho passengers on Iho Shlnyo,
Mam that stoppou at mis port yester
day en route to s5an Francisco. Mr.
and Mrs. Cooper nro homownrd-bound
from a world-tour Hint tins covered al
most overy point of Interest In Kuropo,
India nnd the Orient, ntnl which hns.
continued since. .Innuary, 1D11.
During tl.elr brief visit in Honolulu
they wero entertained by Attomoy
General Alex. I.lndsny, who is Mr.
Cooper'B cousin, nnd shown a few
points of Interest here.
"They declared Hawaii mnro beauti
ful than nny other plnro thoy hnd
seen," snld tho Attorney Oencrnl, "nnd
promised to como bnck hero next fnll
to spend Ibo winter."
For news mid (tie truth nlinut It nil
people Inry the Bulletin
v $2,000,000 For Candy IKJ
9 That's, what H.in Tr-inclsm fcpent IKE I
U for J car iKf
JII GEORGE HAAS AND SON SOLD IHCa
I ;Wl HALF THE ENTIRE QUANTITY Yku
KJ5' Honolulu appreciates gooil things to "l!fi
Mi eat. anil the local sale of HAAH Candy 1MB
Bl Is Inc reusing each month lj
VkVV HAVE YOU TRIED THC NEW SzM
gmV CARAMELS? ImWNal
HAl Sold Only at Our Store Always Fresh SHBTaVWl
HI Benson, Smith & Co., Ltd., A
MJI HOTEL AND FORT STREETS VwjA
111 tmmWmW ' ' '"I I ! iljfc.
tWMmWl r2?eaM 1
$5, $6, $7, $8
600 Pairs at $2
$2, $3, $4, $5
Panama Hats, - - - $3, $4, $5, $6
Men's Collars, - - - 75c a Dozen
Undershirts, Drawers at Unheard of Prices
L. B. KERR & CO., Ltd.
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