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eVENINQ BULLETIN. HONOLULU, T, H., SATURDAY, JUNE 29, 1912.
Frederick Biggerstaff - - Pianist
William Edwin Chamberlain - Baritone
At Chas. R. Bishop Hall, Punahou
WM EDWIN CHAMBERLAIN,
MONDAY EVENING, July 1st, at 8.15
SEATS ON SALE AT HAWAII PROMOTION ROOMS
Are the choke of the exclusive man for summer wear. Dig ttock of varied
pa I term from
The Oriental Crepe Goods Co.
61 KING STREET NEXT TO ADVERTISER OFFICE
I AlllWrhDV MESSENGER BOY
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I'nion-Pacific Transfer Co-
om iq pDpucq
s ojnuujri) JnoA uoiM inq uuGtlu) sj pu s:ii
. Raymond Ranch Veal, killed
' storage, Is Under. The sale is
We call attention to the best
!, ever sold.
HCILBRON & LOUIS, Proprietors
NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS
On Monday, July 1, 1912, llie Hawaiian Star and Evening Bulletin will
be joined under one management, and one evening newspaper, the Honolulu
Star-Bulletin, issued from tlie Ala tea street offices. Tins paper will liavc
n minimum guaranteed circulation of over 4000 copies.
. Tlie advertising rate until Jan. I, 1913, will be on the basis of fifteen
cents an inch with the usual increase foi short term, special position, etc. This
!: twenty-five per cent, lower than the combined rales of the two papers, and
a circulation i: offered which, under the advertising rates prevailing on llie
mainland, would call for twenty-five cents an inch as a minimum.
All subscribers of the I lawaiian Star and Evening Bulletin will receive
tlii 1 lonolulu Star-Bulletin for the full time they have paid on either or both
The subscription rates will be the usual $8. per year, $4. six month,
$2, for three months, and $.75 one mor.th.
The Honolulu Star-Bulletin semi-weekly will take the place of the I la
waiian Star semi-weekly and livening Bulletin weekly.
' The subscription rale of the Semi-Weekly Honolulu Star-Bulletin will
bo. $2, per year.
We know everybody and understand
on Maui and brought here ill cold
large for that reason.
SMOKED SNAPPER we have
Same Big Bill
1. Erne r son & Baldwin
2. Budd & dare
3. Chinese Quartet
4. Dancing Donnellys
5. "Dottie" Harris
6. New Pictures
10c, 20c, 30c
WILL SHOW HERE
The Pollard l.lllputlaux, to the nuin '
her of twenty-two performers uro to
urrlvo nt Honolulu in Hie Canadian
AuHtrnllau liner Maruniu, on or about
July ltitli, according to n cable, that
I an been received today hy Joel Uo
lieu, tho well known local theatrical
i ne roiiaru lompany, uiiucr now
management, lias been recruited In1
Australia 'with a view of eclipsing any!
organization of little people Kent from
I lie great southern continent In years
Tho new company Is pronounccu
Hie best operatic company hearing tho
magic name of Pollard.
Tho Pollard kiddies -are booked for
an extended season nt Honolulu. It
Is understood that they will hold forth
at tho New Liberty.
.Ml. nml Mrs. Holier) limes Mile
motored to llalciuu on Sunday with a
I arty of friends.
Soclul alTalrs of the summer aro
given over to the younger set and a
jolly good time tlicy all have, too.
Mr, ami Mrs, Alexander G. M. Hob
crtsou are going to summer at their
Tantalus home. They plan to remain
fur two months.
Mr. Illchnril Wood, sou of Mr. and
Mrs. Charles I-'. Wood, was an arrival
on the Ventura yesterday. He will le
main for the Hummer and return to
I.elgli University when school opens
In the Kail.
THE GREAT RAYMOND A
DIG HIT IN NEW YORK
"Tho Great Haymoiid, America's
cleverest magician, clearly demon
ht rated the fact to a largo niidlenco
last night that tho climax of perfec
tion In the magic art has been at
tained, Nevor befuro In the hostory of
magic In New York have such seem
ingly Impossible tilings been done.
Nor Ipis such a piofuMnn of beaut
lfully-stnged Illusions ever beforo
been brought together in any one pio
gramme. Since lila previous appearance In
Now York Mr, Raymond has added u
number of stilklngly cfroctlvu spec
tacular lllusllous, each of which was
Mr. Raymond lias every reason to
bo satisfied with tils reception lust
night, which, as his work proceeded,
amniiuted to an ovullnn,- .Now York
Klrst Honolulu performance, Yo Lib
crty Theatre, July 17th.
I. O'Neill I.nrkln, up Irish national
ist lender In litis country for many
years, died ut his homo In Hoxbury,
Do ou viiint to reach country pro
pie Use the Weekly llulletln.
CENTRAL UNION CHURCH.
Ilev Domini Scuddcr, IJ 1). mln
liter; Rev Anion A Ilbirmle, asso
!: Rc n. in lllble school Wllllnm A
How en, supcilntctulciit
10-10 ii in. Adult lllble class for
mfn nml women. Conilm ted by Rev
P S Scuddcr
11 ii. in Morning worship "Tlio
Hern Maker"; 2 Corinthians, 1:12.
C: :io p m Christian Ihidcnv or Meet
ing. "Impressions if tin- Sermons of
This Month "
"30 p. in livening service. Patri
otic service. "Tin Political Crisis Fac
ing Our Nation."
A most ronllnl Imitation Ii extend
ed to nil visitors nml strangers In the
city tn ntti'iiil the services on .Sunday
ut Central I'nlon church.
METHODIST EPISCOPAL. .
Conor of lleretnrila nml Victoria
Sunday school nt 9:415 n in. CluHse
for nil uk". A special feature of the
m'hool l the men's lllhle rills'. Tills
rlnin Ij led ly .Mr. Coopir nml very
Interesting discussions take phioe.
Preaching nt II n. m hy the, pastor
on the subject, "A (Irejit ("onfi-renee"
The I'pwnrth l.uiguu Kervloe lit 0:30
P in Is led hy Mm, Charles Nettle
The topic for the evening Is "The Per
ImuieiK'e of Truth," and In fonnil In
Daniel 12:1-1 mid Revelations 2:17
For the evening service lit 7:30, Itcv.
Mr .Smith hn chosen for his Biihject,
"Our (llorlous Fourth." Mr. Smith
linn made special preparation and prom.
Ises an Interesting discourse pertaining
to Indepemlenco Day
A Very cordial Invitation la extended
tn nil to alteml. Tourists ami strang
ers are eHpeclnlly Invited
REORGANIZED CHURCH OF JESUS
CHRIST OF LATTER.DAY 8AINT8.
H:ir, a. m .Sunday nchool with
thihxcfl for nil agi-H. Adult claxi In
hoth HaV-allan and KiikIIhIi Lennon
topic, quarterly' review Aim election
for the cunning Hlx monttiM of all Kiin-
day nchool olllcerR.
11 a in Morning worKhlp, 111 charge
of ni.li'r ltarrett ami Jamcx Knnul
I'rciichlug In hottt Hawaiian nml l?ng
llxh. 0 p in Klein' Rellglo-Utcrnry So
cletv There will he ehctlon of olll-
jcirx In addition tn the regular lemon
It ami a tmiHlcnt and literary program.
7::i0 p in. Kvenlng worship. Ser
. iiiou hy i:idi'r ll.irrctt.
AIpo iiiWftlouury meeting In tho gos
pel tent on Hchnot Ktreet, near l.llllia
Ihtreet, nt 7.30 p. in.. In charge of Khler
The giuiernl public 1 cordially In
vited to attend our meetings.
FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST,
Sunday services Sunday school nt
9.4ft a in. for young peoplo under 20
years l.esf.011 serpion at 11 a. in. Sub
ject, Christian Science."
Wednesday evening,, Testimonial
meetings at h o'clock. ,
All services are held In the Odd l-'el-
lows' building, Kort street, where ulso
u free reading room Is, open to tlie pub
lic dally from II a in to 1 p in.
All lire cordially Invited.
HOME OF TRUTH. .
1220 Kuplolanl street, near Ileretanla
Sunday service, 11 u. in., hy Mrs. M
M Hunter-Jones. Subject, "What Wnlt
Ye Tor' If I Walt, the Ornve Is My
Wednesday, 7:30 p. in., lesson In
esoteric neive culture, by Dr. Weaver.
Thursday being the Fourth of July,
there will be no lecture until the fol
All meetings at tho Home
All seeking to understand tho prac
tical application of Jesus Christ's
teaching are cordially Invited to attend
In the roof garden, Odd I-VllowsJ
building, corner Kurt ami King streets,
on Sunday, at i p. in., Wilson Krltch
will lecture on "The .Illue lllrd; Its
riillosophy In Helatlon to. Orthodoxy,
Liberalism, Agnosticism, Christian Bel.
ence, .Spiritualism, Theosophy nml tho
New Religion Propounded hy President
Hllot of Harvard." Meeting only one
hour In n delightfully cool place. All
FERMENT IN POLITICS
CHICAGO, lit., June 13. That an
army of song-vvrlters nre busy In un
effort to put forth productions which
will make campaign hits la evidenced
by the fact that dully about half a
ton of such material Is distributed ut
tho headquarters of various cundl
An extra man Is kept busy ut tho
rooms of each candidate In disposing
of the discarded music.
A few titles of tho Inspiring bits
that the song-writers huva put for
"Itully Around the Hut, Hoys."
"Tuf-fy, Tuf-fy, President Tuf-fy."
"Then Tuft I-eft."
"Teddy Is the .Winner."
"Let the Steuiii Holler Roll We'll
Heut It Anyway."
"The Hat In tho King" Ideu uppears
to have Jnsplrcd about 500 writers.
i t. e s
CARD OF THANKS.
Miss Helm Wotmn of Ot.ia, Hawaii,
whoso earnest campaigning during the
11 u I let In contest won her first pluie
In her district, desires to thank inch
and every one of, those who assisted
her Miss Watson Is duly thankful
to her utile campaign manager, Mr
Harry Ilupal of 1 1 Ho. who so success
fully piloted her campaign Into the port
of Success, uml uUu to the II u 1 1 e 1 1 u
for the courtesies shown ami the fulr
and Impartial niunner In which tlie con
test was handled Miss Watson ex
pects tn take a trip to Sun Francisco
later on, uml declares she will never
forget tlie opportunity placed within
her leach hy the 11 u 1 1 e t In.
Veil in it lit get Hie llulletlu to
Kft llie Ncrm.
"Where Everybody Goes"
Comedy Company j
NEW SHOW NEVER BEFORE !
"Under the Matzo
A SCREAM FUNNIEST THING ON
YOU'LL LAUGH TILL YOU CRY
The Jew Is Great. So Is the Cerman
First Show 7:15 p. m.
Second Show .8:40 p. m.
PRICES! 10c, 20c and 30c Only
Piano and Song
Charles R. Bishop Hall,
Monday Evening, July I,
at 8:15 i
Hesirved Heal Sale opens June 57 lit
Hawaii Promotion Committee Rooms.
Admission $1 I
SATURDAY, JUNE 29, AT 3 P. M.
BAUERSOCKS vs. LEARY '
MORIARITY vs. BAKER
YAMOGATA vs. CABRAL
Ringside Seats .. . . $2
Reserved Seats .... $1, 75c
Covered Bleachers 50o
General Admission . ... 35o
Tickets on sale at M. A. Gunst &. Co.,
3 p. m.
i DON'T FORGET
Baseball for Sunday
TWO oam i:s
TWO OAM US
8TAR8 vs. HAWAIIS
P. A. C. vs. A8AHIS
Reserved seats for renter of grand
stand anil vvij can be booked ut II
O. Hall & Sons Sporting; Department
(cntrunco King street) up to 1 p. in.;
after 1 p. in., at M. A Clutist & Co.,
Slug and Fort.
Prices 50c, 35c and 25o Children lOo
Mrs. fleoreo Knln. wifn of thn well.
known musician, ami foreman of the
Maul News, died suddenly Tuesday
night of heart failure Tho funeral
look place yesterday afternoon at 4
o'clock. The Kulus have inadu many
friends In tho short time they linvo
been here, and tho funeral was large
ly attended Weekly Times.
Closing -Out Sale
Goods Below Cost. Now Is Your Time To Buy.
L. B. KERR. & CO., Ltd.
Kapiolani Building, Alakea Street
New Season's Goods
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Automobile, etc., Touring Coats,
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v Toilet Sets Iml
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science schools ? ::d in hotel kitchens.
BIG ASSORTMENT OF
Ladies' Leather and
EH CENTS UP
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HOTEL STREET, OPPOSITE EMPIRE THEATER
garments that always appeal
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