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KVCMINQ BULLEIlN. HONOLULU. T. H, TUESDAY, JUNf 18, 1912.
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BOSTONIANS-WILL BE i
GUEST OF BIJOU AT
If" ncntlou time fur the H'jsi'jn
Inns and they are going to see i thc
itricul performance uit (in I, itll
after hnvliiK presented nearly thlrl
ihih in Hawaii. In IIoii.i'iiIii, us
eleliere III the world, "the ,rofe
"lon" Is reiogulzcd lj nil inodiru the
iitrluil in.iunKirx mill c.inipllinettliiry
iiiIihIahIoii Is given, the NlsUor netnr
usuall) tnKliiB the rll of "ceuring '
Hut fur the lloitoulnnt Is 1 1 ti, he
more rompllincntnn They are to he
the Kiiests nf Imnnr of the IIIJiiu limn-
iiKeineiit. niinie thirty -mid cnt In tin ,
tenter uf the hull,- being re, rcd fur.
them tiinlKht YoiiiikMi-i iiml netnri
1 nj, theatrical perform.iincrt more i
than ulmmc else. It Is ( lalmed, anil the
!!". .hliin- ale Imth n thele Is Joy
anuilM!-! Ihe Jmenlle lotlay
NEW VAUDEVILLE OF CLASS A ACTS
WILL OPEN TONIGHT AT LIBERTY
FAREWELL CONCERT BY
After having ppont several success
till weeks III Hawaii, Ulcers Saxo-
tlli.itli. Mllor,.,, l III nlnOn , li.il- taltltltl
fitiL'fii'ii, iimif tfitilirlit ultli ti fur.ii nil 1
coneert at the Ktnplro theater. -Tlui
Italian niiislrlaiiH have been cry pop
ular wlih iniiiic lovois, mi account of
the nrlcty and sweetness of the nlrs
plaeil In I hem. anil It Is expected
that a large crowd of admrters will bo
at the Kmplre In bid them farewell
and to In ur them for the last time.
Tha Expert Watchmaker
1128 FORT STREET
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Office! 1412 Nuuanu SU cor. Vineyard
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near oltlce. Telephone 2013; P. O. llox
The lUCYl'M! lK W.Kit ami UK-
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Sew location Itcd front, near
loiinic Iliilldlng. Telephone 2.118.
Japanese Provisions and
NUUANU ST. NEAR KING STREET
Night and Day Phone, 1325
71 BERETANIA .
as well ai good service predom
Cunha's Alley, Next Union Grill,
on King Street
, Tho trustees of Oaliu College yes
(erday awarded tho contract for tho
new girls' dormitory to tho Pacltld
Kuglnceiiuir Company. Tho blds.wero
opened some days ago and the award
ing of tlio contract was a formality, as
Hki I'aclllc KnBllieerliiK Comiiany wan
Hid lowont bidder and coin piled with
Ihe terms of tho bids. The contiact
Involves approximately Ijlio.iioo, anil
tin, contiuciorH ,nro to finish the work
in 220 days.
- ii reult nf swallowing n peanut,
June- Pureed, two ears olil, illeil 111
.St l.uK, - Hospital, New York city
AM A a I
with the Ara-Notch in'
place of the bothersome
buttonhole 15c. each 2 for 25c
Cluttt. re.hody & Co., Makers
'Million Dollar Vaudeville"
I'our educated ami rellneil rhlneso
In a Kinging. Dancing unit Talking
Ant Vou'II hear Jukes rendered In
a new wuj. and juii'll like their well
A FINE FEATURE FILM
4 Dancing Donnellys
Soft shoe dancers of remarkable tal
ent They'll dance their way Into your
heart with their bewitching tripping.
ANOTHER SPLENDID PICTURE
Helloed singing of serio-comic Melo
dies (loud voice (I.yrie soprano) and
K'Mhl stiiKi, presence
A THIRD GOOD REEL
Emerson & Baldwin
"The Juggling Cusses"
Words are trite to describe their ac
robatic Juggling, hut' they're there,
fill ml, they're there"
AND THEN A CLOSING PICTURE
Four Fine Films
.10, 20 and 30 Cents
Baseball for Sunday
TWO OAM ES - - TWO OAMK3
P. A. C. vs. J. A. C.
ASAHI vs. HAWAII
Reserved scuts for renter of grand
stand ami wi,.i can he booked at E.
O II'ill & Son a .Sporting Department
(entrance King street) up to 1 p. m.;
after 1 p, in., at M. A (iunst & Co.,
King and Kurt.
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l.lherl) I healer.
Class vamleville class A will be nt
the Liberty totilKht when this theater
again presents a variety show, for
nets booked fur a real "IiIk time" will
predominate on the new urogram.
Chief uiiionir the features Is the Kin
erson and llaldwln comedy Juggling
team, an act of such high fame that
they are trnxelliig from Australia to
America, where three weeks from now
they will be gin a tour of the Orpheiiui
circuit, first opening In Portland,
Another ffiiture, nn entirely uiiliiie
one, nt that. Is the Cluing-llw.t Chin
ese comedy four that recently created
somewhat of u furore In the mainland
theatrical elides. Surprising Is their
cloerncss. In comedy roles of dis
tinctly European types, while their
singing of ragtime melodies, Scotch
Impersonations ami Iiish dancing, Is
said to be on a par with seernl spec
ialties In these forms of entertaining.
The other features of the bill will
be Miss Harris, comedienne, and tho
Dancing Donnellys, together with tho
usual four reels of moving pictures,
FIDDLE DEE DEE
Htniihnpc and I.o Illanc, tho merry
comedians, as Uermnu and .lew, in
Hughes .Musical Comedy skits, shared
the honors with a bevy of vivacious
maids,- who figured conspicuously in
the series of choruses In Kiddle Dee
Deo, presented Inst night at tho llljou
theater to a capacity house.
The so-called silly season In theat
ricals may bo upon us, hut wo like it,
Judging fiom tho early Haunting of the
Standing Room Only banner nt the lll
jou already during tho Hughes engage
ment. It would take an ambitious detective
armed witli n search warrant to dis
cover n semblance of a plot In the
production passed over the boards by
a talented company of performers last
night, hut the audlenio didn't cam In
tho least. Tliey laughed themselves
to tho vergo of histories over tho fun
and antics always rampant with the
appearance of tho Teuton and Hebrew
In the center of tho spotlight.
The much-discussed Texas Tommy
as Interpreted by Al Leonard nnd Car
tillno Phillips showed marked Improve
ment oxer tlio dance presented before
tho company started ou Its long' tour
of Oriental conquests.
All the old-tlmo favorites with the
Hughes aggregation were In lino for
nn ovation, Tho performance seems
to pleaso tho public and Hint Is what
makes Malinger Praukcl wear that
cherubic smile whcneer ho passes
within hailing dlstanco of the box of
fice. Kiddle Deo Deo will bo repented
VOLCANO FILMS AT
Tho Volcano, the Floral Parade, pa
geants of sundry sorts and vnrlous oth
er things relative to Hawaii, a good
two months ot travel In fact, nro all
done up lu rolls of moving picture lllm
to bo unwrapped for Ihe delectation
of tourist and kamnulua this evening
at the Charles II, lllshoji Hull by It. K.
The Volcano pictures, which were
taken under the auspices of tho pro
motion Interests when Hllaueu was al
Us height of activity lu January last,
oro the oldest pictures Muled on tho
program, tho others portraying Ha
waii's history rrom that tlmo on. Kor
the tourist who missed tho first year's
events and contnuiplales tho next few
months traveling lu tho Islands, tho
pictures will furnish education us well
In n program of unusual merit
whose only fault was Its lack of break
In the long succession of vocal mini
hers, Miss Kva Mylott, the noted Aus
trullou contralto, appeared at tho Ha
waiian Opera House last night. Miss
Mylott wns given n flattering recep
tion and the audience, which retire
rented to a remnrknblo extent the music-lovers
and critics of the city, was
well repaid for attendance.
Miss Mylott's voice has all of the
richness and depth attributed to it by
the writers of advance notices, and Is
of a surprising range. At times it
reached soprano hclghtH and very oft
en essnjed successfully tones of a
mezzo iuallty. lu fact, tho lower notes
wero those to which tho critics took
some exception, being slightly throaty
and showing the effects of Miss My
lott's long concert tour.
The program ranged from Italian
ballads to recitative, but generally
rpeaklng was of n distinctly light na
ture. Several Herman folksongs nnd
numbers of llko character wero In
cluded. Tho singer wns received
heartily and responded tp several In
MrB. L. Tenney l'eclt maintained an
established reputation for ability as an
accompanlste, and contributed not a
little to the success of tho evening. It
wus a very warm evening but tho
somewhut oppressive heat wns forgot
ten. Miss Mylott's stago presenco is
attractive and sho Is entirely at ease,
both with her tasks as a singer and
with her audience
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Seo the Famous
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Seierved Seats on tale dally at Ben
Reserved Seats . , , ,50c
Others 30c. 20c. 10c
AN EVENING IN HAWAII
Bishop Hall, Oah.i College
Ill.niUl J.II..M.M,, .11. I. IK,
THE HISTORICAL PAGEANT
In .Mining Pictures.
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lu Thomas Sijunro.
FLORAL PARADE OF 1912
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BIG ASSORTMENT OF
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Evening Bulletin 75c. Pen Month
WITH GIFTS AT CLOSE
Klowers, candy nnd other marks of
esteem, admiration and friendship
went acrosH tho footlights lu shoals
last ulKlit uhen tho Juvonllo Doston-
i Inns closed their local oiiKaKemont. It
'wns tho kind of n farewell nudinnco
that makes n manager want to como
back for anothur farowell, and llert
I. am;, tho nlile young man why handles
the Juveniles, sighed regretfully to
think of sailing away from sunny Da
wall. However, ho Is going on nn Isl
and tour for n few days, leaving tomor
row, and will not ho parting from ua
.for a tlmo.
I Queen I.lllnokalaiil, whoso reception
for tho youiiKsters was a social fea
ture hikt week, sent ovcry member o(
tlio clover tioupo u bunch of llowors
last night with hor card attached, Act
ing (iovernor nnd Mrs. Mott-Snilth ill
so sent flowers, and there wero How
'crB from many olhur sources.
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