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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, June 17, 1912, 3:30 EDITION, Page 6, Image 6',
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The members of the Honolulu Yacht
Chili mid thrlr frlcniN of (lie fnlr sex
luiil n rotnl Rimil thin nn n rrulso
lit 1'i'iul Harbor, mid the rhimdcr
party Hint followed It tolcrdiiy
Three ncht. the Kiiinrhnmrh.i. llelcno
mill 1'lmrlntto i', miiili- thr run, mul till
wcro loaded with holld.it fuii-scckcrs
Only one nice was held nt the liar
l'nr, the Florence, miIIpiI Ii) ('umphcll
Citixlcr, winning, tilth the Ity, sailed
liy .Mux Unite, mul the Hllxahcth, sail
ed liy The Man IVIilut. coming In
e(rnnd mul thlnl rcpoctltely.
II. Il.iIlP) prepared m chowder that
ttna ii masterpiece of seashore eonu
cry, which una much appreciated
Thcro were other good thing-, tn oat,
hilt the. chowder unn iireeintnent
Tlio Charlotte C was the mil) one
of tho three yachts tu return last
night, the llelrne mul Kiiiiieluiniehii I
ninnlnliie nt the harbor where they
will he until the time for the Mmil ,
rare MnM of the eluliuu n returned tn
the city hy mil
WILL BE SHOWN IN
Aflir working nil dat on undevel
oped lllnii tnken of recent otcnts. It.
K Hotline -sti nlat ilechleil to enlarge
hi program of Hawaiian mating pic
lures nt I'lmrlcM It Hlshnp Hull tumor
row iilRht hy adding ii reproduction of
the Shrliurn' farewell on leaving for
the I.n Anglic eotiM'iitlon mul high
Jinks. The Milium olllchila hud erect.
il n stand for the picture expert on
the wharf, ttlure he hnil n Hue tlow
of the Wllhehiiliui mul her hicoiifettleil
-Ml the tllnix that llonlne ulll show
will he niaile from the ncKutltcs bc
ttteeii thl morning mid the time the
program opi n uud thus Mill he going
through the in.icliine fur the firm time
outside of uliaU.r t t the expert
makes of them
Prompt Relief-Permanent Out
LIVER PILLS d
fail. Purely vrget.
able act lurelr
fiwtioo impiore the complexioa bnahua
lae -tjt. SauD. PiU, Small Dei., SmD frit
Genuine ambtu Signaturo
Tho Expert Watchmaker
1128 FORT STREET
139 Merchant Street
Dr. T. MITAMURA
Olficoi 1412 Nuuanu St., cor. Vineyard
Ollliu Hours a to u a in, 7 to 8
p in. Holiday hy Hppmntincnt
I'esldcncc .10 N Iney.ml Hlrcet,
lienr oltlco Telephone S613; p. o. Ilnx
Tht. fllCVLTK iilMf.lllt mid UK
lM!lti:il, lias hum cil In
18 0 K I MJ S T II K K T
IWiT local la 11 -Kcil front, near
T'Mini; II ulttll titr. Trli'iilmiin S.11H.
Japanese Provisions and
NUUANU ST. NEAR KING STREET
eraaaaaaaw' a -w
ArcordliiK to report which linvo
hecn handed In hy InKppetom nn n
rcmilt of H.itiirilnv'K lniectlon, It Ii
very evident Hint It In not only the
Oriental mill other forelRnem who In
Imhlt the tenement illttrlctK. who need
tit clenn up. A nuniher of written re
portn from the l'unnhoii district, rmp
pocd to he fntiltlci" from n Mnnil
point of (iliynlrnl clemillneKK, huveheen
quite 11 Hiirprlne to nil who have peen
them. Notices nrr lielntr nent out In
nciordnnce with thene reportn to tho
ownern of property Indlcnteil. mul It I'
Intended that nfter the lni"pectlon tn
he innde next Hntiirday. 11 Hut will he
piihllshed of thoM,who full to liccil
the conimlttce'ri rciiuent j
Cartege I Short.
The cortiiRp committee of tho Clonn
l'i ll.i ciimpnlRii Ii luivhm unnie dlf
llculty In Kcttlnc rniniRli horcei mul
tehlclei to handle the dirt of one khul
or another which It Ii etlmnteil will'
he collected on Thurndnv ('hiilrninn
Pcrndt HtuteM tliat huMnoi Iiiih heell
mi hrlnk In all Unci latelv that I1111
IneKN hnuHPH nre lonth to let their temni
Bo out of the Htuhlc on nny holldny.
nnd for their hnrnen pake nre plad
to et nn extra liuflilny In order that
the oterttorkeil mihuali may hate the
time for rent ami recuperation
Chairman Hermit Ik very iiitxloui that
ottnern of teaini mul vehlclei who re
ccite reply pnttcnrtlt. from hli com
mittee In rcRitnl to helpliiB out on
i'Ioihi-I'ii Day. attend to thli nt once.
If they do not enre to donate their
property Brntli. the committee Ii pre
pared to hire the name, hut It Ik curtH
mul teaniH Hint nre needed
Work Already Begun.
The city nnd county road Biiper
vliMir's and the EiirhnRe dcpnrlinent'M
fonei of men are working today In
KcltliiE the dumping plncei uhotit the
city ready to take care of the refue
which will he hauled to them iniTliiili)
da Dlntrlit cnptulni nre r-tlll carrj -Intr
out their lnniectlouti. nnd mot of
them hate turned In renulnltlonM for
men nnd eiiilpment which the will
need, mid thec demmidi are In turn
kieplnc the lieuihitinrterH HtalT exceed
lloiiolulanii who arc not Kiitlilled with
partlclpathiK In the real Hhnnii-pure.
hlown-ln-thc-hottle Indcpenilence Day
celehratlon. an planned hy the locnl
committee, will not luck for an op
portunity to vlult the other Island port
where the Brent American cnglc In
HClicdulcil to Hop hli wlnBi mid let
Ionic u few ipaimi of patrlotlim
The Intcr-lilnnil Kteam NnvlBatlon
Company inade anuouncement thli
inornhiB' that nt Icuit two itcmm-m of
the cn.iHtlllB Meet would he employed
In rtinnluir excurnloni to Maul and to
I la ual I.
The ll.iBihip Mauna Ken Inn hecu
placed at the dlipoat of InteuilliiB
truvclcrn to make h kiiccRiI low-prlceil
round trip to Illlo for the Fourth of
The Htemuer ii to leate Honolulu at
10 o'clock Wcilncidny mornlnB, July
't. nnd Ii ichcdiiled to return to Ho
nolulu t dayhreak. on Krlday. July f
The Mauna Kca will itcnin direct to
the Hawaii port, and her Hcliedule will
pirmlt nf a whole day nt the Hawaii
metropulli, where all inrti of ppurti
and paithnei are on the tapis
lliindredi are expected to avail them
iclvei of the chance to participate In
IIIIo'b I'ourtli of July proBrmn or
iporlH, a rate of $S0 hehiB made for
the round trip.
The Claudlne Ii tn he dlip.itched on
a ipeclal trip to Kitliiittil, leavlnB hero
on the etcnliiK of July 3 and alio re
turning early I'rlday morning. The
t'laudlno can accommoilatn a large
crowd who annually make pilgrimages
to the Valley Iile. where hone racing
of high order Ii tho rule
The Maul excurilon In the Claudluc
hai hcen llxcd at $K for the round trip
GETS SIX MONTHS
A Sontliwlck. n Marino, who Blnlo n
wntch while ho waa in rr Rtnto nf in
tiixlcntliiu, waa Kcnteniril tn tho peni
tentiary for hIx inontlia Ity Jiulgo Mim
fciirrnt Hill morning.
Southwlck vIhIIoiI Iwllcl Inst Sntur
lay night and after loading up nn Ha
waiian Iicmthccb, enlered tho liousn of
Aoml and Htnle a Bold watch. Mrs.
Aninl, who was cooking at tho tlino,
aw I ho Mm I no enter tho room and
Inter on discovered that tlio watch wan
missing. Hho then cnlled for a police
man nnd onicer I'nalia arrived and nr-
rested the Marino.
When naked hy tlio Mnglstrato this
morning why he did It, Sontliwlck said
lie wiih drunk at the lime and did not
know what ho waa doing, Ho wns son
icnccil to six nioiithfl, aa told heforo.
HEAR ANNUAL SERMON
'oinniencement lit l'linnhoii wuiusli
ered In this year with tho annual Her
man to the Krndiiuto, delivered hut
night at Central I'nlon church hy tho
Itet Ruhcrt i: Kinlth, pastor of tho
Mrlhodlit llplicopnl church. "Let no
man despise thy youth," was tho text
the eliiciunt divine took, with Its co
rollary. "Neglect not the gift that Is
In thee." from Timothy I, 4:12:H.
Tho glee chili rrom I'unahou render
ed several appropriate selections, and
many Moral decorations were used i
Tlio Imttnn Is enjoying great popu
larity, and It nssumes all sorts of
forms. On the tailor-mades, it Is col
ored lirlght mnlaclilto halls on navy
blue, cornelian on green, crystal on
everything, paBte, enamel and enned
hory In u hundred graceful elinpea.
Hit -a4Jiijka'i..jttJl3 uiiaii.jJa4ut-4Li -. il ,.
ch.Uckol Appcme, Hurt Muitftlne,
Gil in! Win 4 on Stomach, Bloated Feel
Inr. Pins In Stomach attr Eatlnp, Sick
Meaiaeht, Dliilncs. Coattd Tongu.
Biliousness. La Gr1rre, Penpu Trvtr.
vnuis ma revcr, piiiiiuii inrtfuiivi
Fver.Tlr4 FftUne.Jaunilc, Backache ,
UiaDflrS oravfl.incipifni triRru n i-
as. BlaJatrTrouM, Enuresis. Rhru
matlsm. I mporBloo4. Catarrh, Scrolula.
UssnssRfnovfa Worms, Cures Coo-
Stipaiion, Anaemic v-onjmon.
a Great Tonic for Women.
11.00 per botti,3lor I2.60.fi lor$5 00
HONOLULU DRUG CO.
Hawaiian Opera House
MONDAY EVENING, JUNE 17
Seats go on nolo Wednesday morn
ing, June 12, at 9 o'clock, at the Hawaii
Promotion Rooms, Young Duildina.
PRICES Orchestra, $1.50 Dress
Circle, $1 Balcony, ?1 (first row), 75o;
Hut you can ho tool while being
Bhatcd If you go to tho
Cunha's Alley, Next Union Grill,
on King Street
.. A ...V .' aa A. . .U .. t. ' T
mmmmMma imtfu jtimi
twit. b mattsmiaw mumMKmwm;,jmrimmszs?J .y . 'jmlw
Mike llloom Paul Stnnhopo
Dennla Hlossom llcrt ja Hlnnc
Will Clicnthnm C. C. Lydslon
A Long Ilcacli Alhert Leonard
KnUoft Walter Perkins
Caisla Itoland .. Madntne Pearl Lloyd
Leona Long Miss Krltrcc tic Ouy
Jlmmle Miss Ilrldena Hughes
1'cllnda Miss Pearl Huckmnn
lllfT! llnngl Wowl
.lust like that.
Mr. Paul Rtanhnpo nnd Mr. llcrt Lti
Hlnnc hurtled thrmmh 'the scenery on
to the stage at tlio llljoit Inst Saturday
night, and tho return engagement nf
I he Hughes Musical Comedy Co. wns
nn with much eclat, as society writers
Ono of the biggest crowds that ever
Jnmtncd the big playhouse yelled with
delight when tho familiar Teutonic
fenturcs, hrond smllo nnd capacious
embonpoint of Mr. Paul Stanhnpo pro
truded tbemsches Into vision, and
when Mr. I.clllniic's Hebraic ncccnt
trickled over tho footlights thcro wns
Joy nnd laughter.
Tho show brings back to Honolulu
most of tho favorites who inado such
m following some months ago before
they essayed tlio Orient. Tho two
chief comedians nre back with their
dlll-and-plcklo effect undiminished;
Mlas Krltrco de Ouy Is back, having
ndded the "do" somewhere en roule,
Tor If memory serves correctly sho
didn't linvo It hero. Ilowovcr, sho
dances Just as well, slugs 'as sweetly
nnd looks as pretty as ecr, .Madamu
Pearl Lloyd has the hulk of the renl
singing to do, nnd did It Saturday with
tho Haltering trlbulo of hearty and
"Tho Speculators" was the title of
Snlurtlay night's offering, but tho plot
wasn't heavy enough to hurt and the
title doesn't count, nnyway. Those
who mailo friends with tho "Hughes
show" when It wits here heforo will nil
bo out ngnln, for tho show Is much tho
tnme and there will he new friends
garnered In Its local time.
Tho chorus, It should he said, Is ns
lively nnd piilchrltudlnously shapely ns
of yore, and the musical numbers go
Willi plenty of ginger.
"Fiddle Deo Deo" la tho bill for to
night, with tho Texas Tommy featured.
Tho program which lis to bo given
by Miss Kva Mylott, tlio fnmnus Aus
tralian contralto, at Ilia Hawaiian Op
tra Ilnuso this etching, has been nr
tanged aa Tnltnws:
Caro Mlo Hen, (1. (llnrdana; Hcclt
and Arln chc faro, Oluck: Obstlnatlon,
rontallles; Dllcs Mol, Ncvln; I'rln
tenip 0.11I Commence, Salnt-Saena; In
Hie Tlmo of Itoscs, Itclchartlt; Oh,
That We Two Wcro Maying, Nevln;
Still wio dio Nncht, llohm; Wenn Ich
Krueli In den Garten geh (folksong),
Schumann: Dor Schniled (tho forgo),
Ilrnhms; Im Hcrhst, Kugon llnlle;
Kashmiri Song, Woodforde Klndem;
Hallnd of Kisses, Somervell: Meeting
of tho Waters, Mooro; Will o' tho
Wisp, Sprnss; Tlio Cry of Itachcl,
Tho program Includes many of tho
selections which wcro beard during
tho Kuhcllk tour. In which sho was tlio
soloist for tho great violinist. Her
olco Is of rich quality and Is well
adapted to tho selections chosen. Miss
Mylott, who Is registered at tho Young
Hotel, la resting this week.
The salo of seals which opened nt
tho Promotion Committee moms la
gratifying and there Is assurance of a
large audlenca nt tho only concert
Miss Mylott will give In Honolulu.
IN LAST BILL
With tonight's perforiunnco tliff!n
cnl engagement of tho clever Juvo
nlle Hostouians will come to u closo at
the Liberty Theater, and that their ,
liift performance Is to ho a memor
able one Is the opinion of tho com-
pifuy'N nianngenient. Although mi
opera will ho presented, It la really,
In the excuse of mi opportunity to
orfer the various song anil dance sue- '
cesses of tho Hostouians' engagement j
here, uud tho biggest lilts from their (
entire renerloire wilt lt lilnmleil Into
one opera for this, their last, perform-
The KiddlcH have proton n success,
both on and off the stage, mid nego
tiations are under way between Messrs.
Ijing ami Miflrerr for it return en
gagement of the llostonhins next enr.
Tomorrow the youngsters leave for
Maul, where they are hooked tn play
four nights, then going to Illlo for
July Fourth week
Ileglnnlng tomorrow tho Llbeity The
ater will revert to vaudeville and
Hinting pictures for a season of three
ttciks, mul us the wiudi-vlllo talent Is
said to he of an excellent quality, this,
will no ilouht ho ii pleasnig chungu fori
munj of the big theater's patrons.
Chas. K. Frazier
Phone 1371 122 Kin it.
r i .m- ,-l '.
"Where Everybody Goes"
ANOTHER DIG HITI
See the Famous
"TEXAS TOMMY" DANCE
"A NIGHT OFF"
Seserved Seals on sale dally at Den
Reserved Seats 50c
Others 30c, 20c, lOo
AN EVENING IN HAWAII
Bishop Hall, Oahu College
TUESDAY KVK.MXd, JU.VL' 18.
THE HISTORICAL PAGEANT
111 .Mating liiiurct.
THE KINDERGARTEN FETE
In Thiimas Siiuirr.
FLORAL PARADE OF 1912
THE VOLCANO "OF KILAUEA
AM) MANY OTIIKItS.
l'raniillj al II) o'clock.
AiluiNvlon .... SO fi'titi.
Children ';, renin.
o H"rriril .Seals.
Baseball for Sunday
TWO OAM i:s
J. A. C. vs. ASAHIS
STARS vs. P. A. C.
Ilescrved scats for renter of grand
stand and wij can hi hooked at R.
O Hall & Sou A Sporting Department
(ontrnnce King street) tip to 1 p. in.;
after 1 p. in., at M. A. flunst & Co.,
Sing and I-'ort.
Prices 50c, 35c and 25c Children 10c
HAWAII & 80UTH SEAS
Dry Goods Store
IN 8ACH8 BLOCK
72 Deretania Street
BAKER & HOKE, Props.
II u 1 1 e 1 1 n nils best Ilujtturas (let-'
lers. . I
Men's Suits, - $5, $6, $7, $8
Men's Pants, 600 pairs at $2
Boys' Suits, - $2, $3, $4, $5
L. B. KERR. & CO., Ltd.
Kapiolani Building, Alakea Street
in white and colors
$1.00 to $5.00
IWl IF YOU ARE A SHAVER, U8E A aW
VHl DURHAM DUPLEX DEMON-
VB1 STRATING faWf
fllH I We are selling them for 35 cents IMlr
IHI each. No occasion to send away for ILLII
ml Benson, Smith & Co., Ltd,. m
Imjf HOTEL AND FORT STREETS Yk
hBa VraaamHnMaKHaaa 35hv
BIG ASSORTMENT OF
Ladies' Leather and Washable Hand Bags
50 CE NTS UP
Canton Dry Goods Co.,
HOTEL STREET, 0PP08 ITE EMPIRE THEATER
Panama Hats, - $3, $4, $5 $6
Men's Collars, - 75c. a dozen
Undershirts and Drawers
at unheard of prices.
See our Window Display
75c. Per Month