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THE WEEKLY IIII.O TRIBUNE, HILO, HAWAII, FRIDAY, JANUARY 29, 1904.
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, One piece of
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MEriORY OP BURNS .
KEPT GREEN IN HILO
The Menders of the Hilo Burns Club Give the People
of Hilo a Musical Concert of High Class Musical
and Poetic Selections From the Pen of Scotland's
Favorite Bard Hilo's. Best Talent on the Stage.
The memory of Rrobert Bums lsi "Burns'
kept grcsn in Hilo. The miniver- J Friend.
Address to a Young
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C. M. COOKK, President. R. D. TKNNEY, Vice-President.
K. F. BISHOP, Treasurer. J. WATRRHOUSU, Secretary.
G. H. ROBF.RTSON, Auditor W. M. ALEXANDER, C. II. ATHRRTON
sary of his birth is always the sig
nal for his countrymen in this vicf-
nity to meet and sing the songs of
Auld Lang Syne: This year all
previous efforts of the Hilo Burns
Club in the way of anniversary en
tertainment were surprasscd. The
birthday of Burns always means a
banquet, a ball or a concert in Hilo
and the hospitality of the Scotsmen
is extended to many who never saw
the laud of Bums.
This year it was a concert at
Sprocket's Hall nnd it was one of
the best of Hilo's many high class
home talent entertainments. The
hall was crowded with nn appreci
ative audience. There were seven
teen numbers on the program as
Overture Selected Hilo Orchestra
Vocal Solo "Comiti' Thro' the Ryo"
Mrs. Paul Kartell)
Male Quartette "Of n' the Airls"..
Messrs. Prouty, Cook, Jackson and
Vocal Solo "Afton Water"
Mr. C. N. Prouty
Recitation "A Man's a Man for a'
That" Mrs. T. Black
Scotch Dance: The Highland Fling
Mr. Kenneth Cameron
KuloL-y "The Genius of Rohcrt
Bums 1 Mr. V. C. Cook
Vocal Solo" "Twas Within a Mile"
Mrs. Homer Ross
Mixed Quartette Selected
Mcsdauids Ross and McKeuncy and
Messrs. Prouty and Howlaud.
Violin Solo -"The Blue Bells ol Scot-
laud" Mr. Paul Battels
Vocal Solo "My Nannie, O"
Mrs. A. C, McKenncy
Vocal Duet "When Ye Gang Awa
Jamie"...Mrs. Bartels and W. C. Cook
Recitation "Burn's Address to a
Young Friend"....Mr. Robert Ramsay
Vocal Solo Scots Wha Hae Wi'
Wallace Bled" Mr. J. II. Howland
Trio "O, Willie Brcw'd a Peck o'
Messrs. Jackson, Cook and Howland
Musical Selection Hilo Orchestra
"Auld Lang Syne" By the Audience
Musical Director, airs. Jarrett T. Lewis.
Every number on the program
was generously applauded and the
encores were responded to in
eacli case greatly to the pleasure of
the audience. The Hilo public
was especially interested in the
first appearance of the Amateur
orchestra and looks forward to
many future pleasant hours under
the spell of music that reminds
everyone ol Home. 1 tie new or
chestra is directed by Mrs. J. T.
Lewis, and is composed of the fol
lowing persons: Paul Bartels. C.
N. Prouty, Carl S. Smith, Mrs.
Moses, Miss Emily Peck, Mrs.
Tracy, Jules Carvalho, Mr. James,
Keith Mackie. G. F. Affonso, Miss
Sarah Lyman, W. Raesdale and
Geo. Hapai. The final piece by
the orchestra was a Scottish air and
took the house by storm. Hilo's
popular vocalists, Mrs. Paul Bat
tels, Mrs. A. C. McKeuncy, Mrs.
Homer L. Ross and the Elk quar
teete, all won new laurels on' this
occasion. The piece by the mixed
quartette, composed of Mesdames
Ross and McKeuney and Mcssers
Prouty and Howlaud was consid
ered especially fine, as was also the
inimitable duet by V. C. Cook and
"The Genius of Robert Burns"
was the subject of the Eulogy of
the evening, pronounced by W. C.
Cook of Papaikou.
The arrangements for the anni
versary concert were faultless in
every detail. The Burns Club de
monstrated again that it knows
how to handle a proposition.
The officers of the club and the
members in charge of the anniver
Officers, 1904: Hon. President,
C. C. Kennedy; Hon. Vice-Pres.,
J. T. Moir; President, D. Butchart;
Vice-President, Geo. Wilson; Trea
surer, Jas. Henderson; Secretary,
J. Fraser; Master-at-Arms, A. Era
ser. Executive Committee: A. Vul
entine, V. Forbes, Geo.. Wilson,
A. Fraser, James Henderson.
Hall Committee: W. Brien, R.
Program Committee: W. C.
Cook, Geo. Wilson, K. Cameron,
P. Gibb, A. Valentine.
Printing and Advertising: Jas.
Henderson, A. Fraser, Jos. Chal
mers. Decoration: J. D. Kennedy, A.
Valentine. R. White, R. Ramsay.
Mrs. J. T. Lewis, Musical Di
rector. HAWAIIAN COINS.
Xot Legal Tender Hut Itcileemnlilo
at .National Hunk.
Honolulu, Jan. 22. Fears of
financial loss among those who did
not redeem their Hawaiian coins
before January 1, 1904, are without
cause. Though the old Hawaiian
silver is no longer legal tender it
will still be redeemed at the Federal
depositary. Cashier Cooper received
in the Coptic mail the following
letter from the Treasury Depart
ment which explains itself:
Treasury Department, Washington,
D. C, Jan 4, '04.
Cashier First National Bank of Ha-1
waii at Honolulu.
Sir: This office lias received I
your letter of the iGth ultimo in!
which you inquire concerning the
redemption of Hawaiian silver)
coins. In reply, you are informed 1
that the Hawaiian silver coins
ceased to be a legal tender on Jan-1
nary 1, 1904; you will, however,
continue to redeem them in accord-1
ance with instructions contained in
Department letter of January 20, t
1903, until otherwise directed.
C. H. KEEP,
Of Gothenburg, Sweden
Assets (Home Office) f7.3.o6j.36
Asset-) in U. S. (for Additional Security of American Policy Holders) 656,678.43
Pacific Coast Department: F.DWARD BROWN & SONS, General Agents
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Farmers to Meet.
The Farmers Institute has
out the following letter:
The second annual meeting of
the Farmers Institute of Hawaii
will be held at the Kamehameha
School, Honolulu, on Saturday,
January 30, 1904. There will be
afternoon and evening sessions.
The afternoon session will begin at
3 o'clock, and is a business meeting.
All active members are urged to be
present, as business bearing direct
ly on the future organization and
policy of the Institute will be
brought before the Society.
The evening session will begin at
7:30 o'clock and an interesting pro
gram has been arranged. It will
consist of an address by the Presi
dent, Mr. Jared G. Smith; a report
from the Hilo Agricultural Society,
reports from committees on "The
This address 1 Planting Seasons ' and "The Beau-
was one of the.4est ever given at altifyiug of Country Roads," and a
Burns anniversary. It breathed the paper by Prof. F. G. Krauss on
SPECIAL ATTENTION IS CALLED TO THE FACT THAT
Is that which 1ms been manufactured for
years exclusively by the
the past fifteen
poesy and the spirit of Burns, and
was the utterance of one of the po
et's sheerest partizaus. Mr. Cook
"An Agricultural Training Neces-,
sary for the Farmer of To-day." '
Out-of-town members are kindly !
spoke from notes and from his well ' requested to send their names to the
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stored mind he drew as from a fomi
tain the richest love of Burns.
Burns' "A Man's a Man for a'
That," wan never rendered better
Secretary should they desire enter
tainment during their stay in Ho
nolulu. Very truly yours,
D. I,. VAN DINK,
than it was by Mrs. T. Black. She Sec. Farmers Institute of Hawaii
resnonded to the heartv oiirnro '
with another Scotch selection which 1 London, Jan. 20. Lady Marjorie '
was Greek to those untutored in Grcvillc has married Viscount ,
the dialect. j Helmsley.
Kenneth Cameron danced the' London, Jan. 21. The freetrad
Highland Fling and the Sword icrs have carried the bye-election at
Dance and Robert Ramsay recited! Gateshead.
Q. W. Lockington
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