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KVENINQ BULLETIN. HONOLULU, T. H., THURSDAY, JUNE 13, 1912.
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Beginning June 1st, 1912,
Discontinued the dining-room service for
the Off Tourist Season Only. Good
meals may be obtained close to premises
are being offered for a limited number of
rooms, with or without bath.
This is a Quiet, Refined
Of unusual excellence, located in the best
residential district, ten minutes from the
shopping district, in 4 Acres of Beauti
ful Tropical Garden.
Large Cool Outside Rooms.
Private Sleeping Verandas.
Phones in all the rooms.
Artesian Plunge. Might fc
Day Tennis. Free Garage.
Special Rates by the Month
Last Three Nights
landing ono nf tlio must successful,
uiiRnRamcntH over ciiJoimI by a tlieat- (
rlcal company In Honolulu, tlio Juve
nile llostonlatiB, nre making tliolr last
change of program tonight nt tlio Lib
crty Theater. Opera nftor opera, as
presented by the youngsters, has been
ileelnreil by both critics and admirers
us "tlio best" nml tin- successive
(linages nlwnys did seem to brliiR out
some speclnl fulcnl of onn or more of
the company. Tlio Until clintige, It Ih
claimed, will not differ In thiH respect
from the i'Iioiikcm of the past. Dolly's
Dilemma has been selected as the mu
sical elilcle with which to cIomo tlio
engagement, livery favorite In the
(oinpimy will have nn opportunity to
appear to udvantiiRe, as thete nro
many principal or near-principal char
acter parts. ,
Dollj's Dilemma will be presented
for three nights and at the Sntjmlay
iiiatlnee. Monday lilglit will be the
farewell performance, when a "re-
ipiest" program will bo presented, the
audience being asked to select any
muslunl number rendered during the
COMEDY CO. SHOW
SEATS ON SALE
Itcscrved scats aro beltiR sold for
the coinlui; Hughe ciiRaRemelit, a por
tion of the llljoit theater having been
set apart. The sOats ate on sale dally
nl I'eiiHou, Smith's drug store. The
reserved seats aro limited. There will
be a slight advance In prices for the
ToulRht Is the night for changes In
the progiam at the llljoit. The Harts
Do you belch or bloat?
TRY THE DITTER8
Oigetton weak bow.lt
TRY THE BITTERS
-lav you malaria, or fever
TRY THE DITTER3
It S3 yeare old and haa help
ed thouiandi back to health.
It tones rebuild! nourishes
RESERVE YOUR TICKETS EARLY
LAST FOUR NIGHTS
Hawaiian Opera House
MONDAY EVENING, JUNE 17
At 8.30 I
Two Detroit pepir of May 11 and
liny 12 euro bU sloiles repei ting
(tie withdrawal "t Welter i: n.indcrs
from the Htmleliukir uupor.itton. and
the Item has lhlt.il wide curiosity
Wulter riaiiilers has been recomilzed
for so long us unr of tin- iloiiilmirluK
llgurcs In the nutoiuolille woild that
nny change he loiitcmpliites miiklim
Ih nuturally of the Keenest Intel est to
the whole Industry.
Thirc are Insistent rumors that his
Interests have been consolidated with
the Mi'trir .Motor Car Company, and
althoiiKh this Is denied hy -Mr J'lan
lers, the Dctlolt pjp.rs seem to mu
shier his ihnliil us a ruse de guerre
mid do not hisltute to prophesy a blir
legal buttle between the two lum
Tliu statement Is made that I'laii
ders is under contract with the Stiuh
Imlier corporation, wlilll- Mr I'laiulirs
III one Interview expresses a ilouiil or
Ill the Intiivlew Mr n.inders ad
mits Ills retirement from the Htudc
halter corporation, hut snjs hlH future
is III the liiiniU of I.eo XI IluUel. at
present In New York.
An Insistent rumor has It that a new
$3,000,000 corporation Is to he formid
Willi nil of 1'laiidiis' leading iisml
ates, liuludliig II I-' Hvcrltt Paul
Smith, Wallace Hood llnrrj llell and
others, lihntlltcd wltli him ,
F1AN0 CO. INCORPORATES
I., i: Thaver, who has for seven
venrs past done liusluess In Honolulu
as Tha)er I'luno t'oinpany. has incor
porated Ids business us thn Thayer
I'inno Co , Ltd. The Incorporators,
who are nllkcm of tlio new company,
arc Leonard i:. Thayer, president;
Drnest Uleseckc, vice president; Ar
thur rictcher Thayer, treasurer; Wade
Warren Thaver, secretuiy. Tlio com
pany Is Incorporated for $10,000.
The piano wnrcrooms are to bo con
ducted as formerly at K.G Hotel street
where will be found the largest stock
of pianos In the city, consisting of the
celebrated Steinway, tfle Starr, Pack
ard anil other first-class pianos. They
lent new pianos, do expert tuning and
guarantee satisfaction In every depart-.
i mom oi i ne piano ousiness.
, TiTo !
For sale by Uenson, Smith & Co.,
Ltd., Chambers Drug Co., Ltd., Illlo
Drug Co. and nt nil wholesale liquor
Seats go on sale Wednesday morn
ing, June 12, at 9 o'clock, at the Hawaii
Promotion Rooms, Young Building.
lUlh the Hughes Coined) Company,
Which Will Open at (lie llijou The
liter, Sal unlay.
Trio of sensational acrobats liavo
soino now featuies to present; tlio
ltlccl Saxophone Quartet will be heard
In new selections; Lordy's Dogs nro
finishing tliolr engagement, and Mae
Taylor will conclude her engagement
Friday night. Some exceptionally Hue
motion pictures will bo shown. Cur
tail, the otic-leRgcd acrobat, is the fea
ture at the Kmplro Theater.
PRICES Orchestra, $1.50 Dress
Circle, $1 Balcony, $1 (first row), 75c
llrig Geo Paul A. Oliver died at his,
Imiiie at iJiurel 1 C t in. near W likes -hurre,
In . as the result of an nccl
d nt He wus seized with a dl7..y spell
mi tin- pot ill ami fell ovir the railing
to the ground lie sustained concus
sion of (he lirnln
In vi tiling the hill Increasing the
Milan of member-, of the Massachu-sitt-
cxctiitivi cumuli (lovernor l'os
tohl tin. I.egMature that Ills l.ody of
ml Im-i - were of llttli pulillc ue. and
that the in.uuil nhoulil ho abolished
139 Merchant Street
"Dcaiitlful! Never did I sco such u
plnce as Honolulu," declared Miss l'.va
Mylott, tint Australlail singer, who
renchedj Honolulu on hoaul tho Pacific
I11II Itiw.r Miitwliiirtn veuteritav morn
ing, ufter spending tho day making tlio
rounds of tlio sights oi tne town.
"it Is n perfectly Ideal place In
which to sneiid a few dnVs resting, as
I shall have to do. You see, I have
"Where Everybody Goes"
See the "Leap for Life"
Mae Edkhe Taylor
Singing and Patter
SATURDAY HUGHES MUSICAL
COMEDY COMPANY OPENS
Box Plan open daily at Benson, Smith's
been on tho go over since llnster Day.
Since then I havo traveled 12.01)0
miles, going all the time, singing ten
concerts n week, and I' am delighted
to be nblo to get here, where the sea
and tlio vvnim airs mako one feel as.
though heaven was very near
Miss Mylott, wins Is known nil over
the world as "Australia's contralto,"
has lust finished a tour with the Rub-
nlnn Simnlionv Orehestrn. nml will
slug nt the Hawaiian Opera House1
Monday night. Ilefore starting tin
'tour nlth the orchestra she sang In
1 New York during tho winter, appear-
Ing at soma of the most exclusive
1 houses In concert. She has promised
to give some of liar best selections for
the music-lovers of Honolulu.
On her arrival hero she was notified
of a signal honor which tho people of
her native city, Sidney,-have In store
for her when sho reaches there. Tho
Lord Mayor Intends to head a commit
teo of welcome, which will meet heri
on the sea before her steamer leaches
port, and will escort her to the town
hall, where a special reception Is be
ing arranged 1 11 her honor.
Tliu sale of seats opened at the Pro
motion Committee rooms yesterday
morning and will bo continued until
Despoiuh nt because of ill health.
Mrs Aid, 1 Itohcrtsou of New llrltnlu
committed suicide ut her hoiiie. No
,' Main street, by drinking embolic
nclil She was lit) jeuis old, anil be
sides her liushaiiil Is survived by four
I Whitney & Marsh, I
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I Colors 9
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I fllilablc Exclusive Mm I
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llrv with the same assurance you feel when J?lli 1
KftrJlfeV you use the other safety. g.Vmenfj !
UFO.! Wo' aro selling them, to introduce, for HrA"TI I
)Bi 35 cents Wp
I m Benson. Smith & Co.. Ltd.. n
JfiW HOTEL AND FORT STREET8 w
SI -sTrlEREXALLsa B
fill1 hi liPBlTrf I III I P tlUfi li
BIG ASSORTMENT OF
Ladies' Leather and Washable II and Bags
Hill Ic tin litis drt liusluess (letter.
Canton Dry Goods Co.,
HOTEL STREET, OPPOSITE EMPIRE THEATER
Evening Bulletin 75c Pe1-Month
In Pollco Court this inornluK Mrs.
Ilo, a Japanese woman, and Worn;
'llow, Chinese, were charted with II
Ucltly sellltiK ll'iuor It is said that
License Inspector I'ennell has sulllclent
ovldenco In Ills kcephiK to prove the
guilt of the ".iienilaulst who wore ar
rested at Walalua by l-Vniiell. Their
trial Is set for .lunu 21. J
Kamnka Pole, assault and bnitery,.
charged with havltii! lilt ono Kcahla ,
loa on tho head with a bottle, was
discharged, tho defendant claiming
that It was a purely accidental and
Nlshlmtira, Japanese charged with
n..anlj in liiii-ti tlin limine of nnollier1
Japanese, was released on ball of
Hobort Henderson and Hubert Ku
hunamoku were tafed l ami $:! re
spectively for Inebriation.
ALL FLAVORS .
Perfectly Pure. Unusual Richness.
Delivered in Time for Dinner
Men's Suits, - $5, $6, $7, $8
Men's Pants, 600 pairs at $2
Boys' Suits, - $2, $3, $4, $5
Panama Hats, -$3, $4, $5 $6
Men's Collars, - 75c. a dozen
Undershirts and Drawers
at unheard of prices.
See our Window Display
Hotel Street, opposite Empire Theater
L. B. KERR. & CO., Ltd.
NOllllIOA At Wnlanae, Oaliu, Juno
13, 1912. to Mr. nnil .Mrs. v. .1. Mo
brlga, a baby girl.
Kapiolani Building,5Alakea Street
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