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TUESDAY, JAN. 1, 1884.
THIS DAY'S DOINGS.
Base Ball Match, 2.
Concert, Knuinnkniiti Church, 7.
Bnwlmnnn, Music Hall, 7 ;80.
. Trade Union, at Dins', 7:30.
Excelsior Lodge, I.O.O.F., 7:30.
Bible Class at Lyceum at 7 :30.
Meeting Temperance Society at
Miss Brceso's, 7 :30
THE MUSIC HALL.
The performance on Saturday
evening commenced with the balcony
scene from Romeo and Juliet. Miss
Bcaudet was a pretty Juliet, but in
this character she docs not attain
such a degree of excellence as in
Ophelia. Neither was llcrr Bamlmann
as good in Romeo as in Hamlet ; wc
believe, however, that he is more at
home as Mercutio. It should be
remembered, however, that they re
turned from Waimanalo late in the
afternoon, and then had a long re
hearsal before their appearance in
the evening. Mr. Lobbctt's Mercu
tio showed that gentleman to be pos
sessed of high histrionic talent.
David Garrick was the success of
the evening, Herr Bandmann being
intensely amusing, and showing that
that gentleman is quite as good a
comedian as a tragedian. In the
scene between David Garrick and
Mr. Jackson (Mr. Lobbett), de
scribing the little girl on the roof,
plucking a flower, seeing her mother
in the street below, and leaning over
"till she dropped the flower," the
interest was well sustained till the
end. Bandmanu's representation of
the drunken actor, disgusting the
girl that loved him, was also good.
Eva ( the old nurse ) was a clever
piece of acting on the part of our
local talent, and received well merited
The selection from Patience,
"Long Years Ago," by Miss Bcau
det, though by no means the best in
pt: that opera, was encored and re
sponded to with "Pretty as a Pict
ure." We.hope to hear Miss Bcau
det sing "I cannot tell what this
love may be" or " Love is a plain
tive song," from Patience, before
t'j." Bhe leaves Honolulu, and when she
is not suffering from cold, as she
was on Saturday.
The entertainment concluded with
a Radical Cure, which was good
throughout, Miss Bcaudet, as the
doctor's wife, "Charles is not
jealous," delighting everybody.
"Don't you forget to be natural,
uncle," and "Must I die and I'm
still so young," producing rounds
of applause from the large audience.
Mr. Lobbett deserves especial
praise for the manner in which he
sustained his several parts. This
gentleman has proved himself to be
a good all round actor, good in
tragedy and good in comedy, careful
- and painstaking, and he is a valuable
acquisition to the company.
OAHU COLLEGE CONCERT.
The Concert on Saturday night at
the Y. M. C. A. Hall in aid of the
Oahu College funds was exceedingly
well attcuded by a select audience.
The programme was nicely arranged,
containing a well chosen variety of
instrumental and vocal music of a
high character, nearly all of which
was brought before a Honolulu au
dience for the first time. The ama
teur performers Had evidently bes
towed great pains in making the con
cert a success. If there is any one
of them deserving particular praise
and thanks I should mention Miss
Castle who took part in no less than
seven of the ten numbers. Her clear
and distinguished style of playing is
well known here and was illustrated
in a piano solo, a difficultly set Ga
votte by Capen, and still more so in
tho following number, a Rondo for
two pianos by Chopin, where Miss
Hopper shared the honours of tho
well deserved applause. This de
lightfully pleasing and truly classi
cal composition has long been and
will remain a favorite concert-pieco
for accomplished pianists. The vocal
part was throughout ably suatnined
by Mrs. Judd, Mrs. Cruzan, Mrs.
Hanford, Mis. Brown, and Mr. Mc
Cartney. : a. Brown's and Mr.
McCartney' solos were warmly ap
plauded. , Tho Quartet "Now May Again"
taken from Mendelssohn's "Wal
pnrgisnacht" carried tho palm, show
ing a remarkably line blending of the
four voices, coupled with exactness
Professor Ynrndley was at hit
best with that fullness and sincere
ness of tone, I have-so often admired
as one of the signs of his mastership
on the violin.
Mozart's seventh Trio for piano,
clarinet and viola, of which 1 was
sorry to hear only the minuetto and
alcgrctto, can hardly bo appreciated
at first hearing, and would show
more of its manifold beauties, if the
performers could be induced to re
peat it at a future oocasion. I sug
gest to Mr. Marques to then give a
rather more powerful tone, which
becomes a necessity in playing
against the decided and penetrating
sound of a Clarinet.
Last but not least the Symphony
Club, who opened and concluded
the entertainment. The neat and
lively rendering of the sparkling
overture to the "Caliph of Bagdad"
by Boildieu, not Bosildien, evinced
long and careful study. I only wish
tho members could increase the num
ber of string instruments.
An unexpected solo, which was
not encored, was given by a noisy
baby. Not Baiutonk.
A box of ginger ale from the Crystal
Soda Work, 69 Hotel Street, will help
to digest your New Year's dinner.
Mu. T. K. MjDonnell 1ms rcturnul to
Honolulu armed with Hand, McNally &
Co's indexed atlas of the world, pub
lished in Chicago. In addition to
the fund of information contained
in an ordinary alias, this one con
tains geographical, historical, economi
cal and sociological statistics; also dia
grams showing tho debts of the world,
miles of railroad, production of cereals,
religious denominations, exports and
imports and the classification of land
holders. "Every part of the atlas is in
dexed, so that, in a moment, one can as
certain any information required of any
portion of the slohc. 5'JO IH.
Thk canvass of Honolulu for the now
IlawaiiairDirectory has just been com
pleted, and the work on the other
islands of the Kingdom will at. once be
proceeded with. Notification of changes,
in Honolulu, of firms, residences and
places of business, and corrections will
be received by the agent, Mr. Bagot, at
the north west corner of Alakca and
Hotel streets, up to the time of going
to press. Mr. Frank Du Tree will
make a tour of this island and Kuuai, in
the interests of the directory, and the
courtesy of residents is solic'itcd in giv
ing him tho fullest information.
A well-known actress in "Vienna, Ma
tinkle Singer, has hit upon a brilliant
idea, which even the versatile Sarah
Bernhardt has not yet tried. She has
opened an oyster bar, over which she
presides herself, with the result that the
Austrian "mashers" flock in crowds to
do homage at her shrine, consume her
delicacies, and bring their golden du
cats to her coders. Life.
Portuguese Advertisements. -
INTENDING ADVERTISERS in the
LUSO HAWAII NU will please
Fend in Orders hclorj SUurday tjc 5th.
It is not intended to solicit as only a
limited number of Advertisements will
be taken; most of tho space being re
served 698 4t 07 HOTEL STREET, Upstairs.
NO ICE ! NO ICE !
will be delivered from the Honolulu Ice
C98 ITor a. XTcw Days. 3t
Notice of JLettcr of Attorney.
I HAVE THIS DAY given to my son
William Lirhman by full Power of
Attorney, empowering him to Mgn my
name, and to represent ino in all mutteis
of busim-FB during my coming absence
from the Kingdom.
Honolulu. D 'o. gl. 1K8H. fiOrt lw
I. o. o.
THE Dedication of Hirmony Lodge,
will take place on Thursday even
ing, January llrd, 1884, at 7:110 sharp.
Members of Sister Lodges and all broth,
rcn in good standing rand ladies) are
cordially invited. Per Order
Tt W.LAINi:, P.O.
607 4t Ol.uirnmn of C ni'tilttec.
A NEW INVOICE OK
PACE'S PRIVATE STOCK
1MB JUST IIKKN JlECl.lVKU
607 lm b Fort Street.
GEO. E, SHERMAN.
No. 42 Kino Street.
Trees and Saddles of all kinds made to
order, and rcpairlnc Ilirne, etc., done
at short notice, All orders promntlv at
tended to. 51)3 'ly
THE Annual Mco'lng of tho Itcclpro.
city Sugar Co, will bo held on
Monday the 7ih (lav of Januury 18--1. at
tho ofllc of G, W. M icfailano & Co , at
ten o'clock a.m. Stockholders are ro.
quested to attend.
O. L. HOPKINS,
694 td b ' Secretary. .
Grand Clearance Sale
OUR SHOW ROOMS
Duvinpf tlio present "weoli
ii At Re duced Prices
NEW YEAR'S GIFTS !
G- -"W. Macfarlane Se Co.
AUCTION SAIE BY E. P. ADAMS.
Thursday, Jan. Srd.
At 10 a.m. at Silosroorr. ;Rsgnlur
Cash S.ile D.y Goods and Clothing
A Pino Asr-or.mcnt of Groceries:
Also A Covered Wagonette carries 8
Saturday, .Tan. 5th.
At W o'clock noon at Slcrnom
Valuable Leasehold in Wahiawa,
Oahu, 5 yea-, y,'2()C acres, adjoins
ranch of (J. II. Judd "Eq.
E. I. Adams, Auciio-eer.
THIS NEW YEAR'S NIGHT
LAST I'EllFOKMANCE OF THE
MR. CIIAS. LOBBETT. '
COMEDY IN THREE ACTS.
CAST OF CIIAKACTEIIS:
BIP (with songs). .HERR BANDMANN
Derrich Uedoler Mr. Una .Libuett
Nick Ut.delcr....A Gentleman Amateur
II -nrioh Uedeler.A bcuilcman Amateur
Young Ileal iuh .Master
( lausen A Gcntlcmtiii Amateur
Rory A. Oe 'tlcninn Amateur
Spirit King, Hjiinich Hudson
Mr. Clias, L )ile.t
Imp A Lidy Ama cur
Uiutchci A Lidy Amateur
Dame Grelehen )
and miss'louise ueaudet
Spirits, Imps and Peasants.
The following songs will be sung dur
ing the play:
" InLuiterbachhabichmcln Strumrf
Verloreu," By Rip and Choiua
" Have I not bien kind to thee "..t...
Hy L jiciia
Gallery, 50 cents.
No extra charge for Riserve1 S -ats,
which ran be obtained from J. W. lOB
EklYON & C.).,
noons or-Ktf at 7:0.
Performance begins at 8 o'clock. Car
riages may bo ordeted at 10:15 o'clock,
698 It b
CONSISTING OK "
Nectarines, A iples,
Q duces, Fix;
Eag)ish Walnuts, etc.
75 ccnls por Tree. Per dozen Assorted
Rrapc Vines per dozen 2.00.
Rhubarb Roots each 00 cent.
JOHN KID WELL,
Beretanla street near Puimhou.
FINE TURN OVER
FOR SALE CIIITAi" manufactured
No. 70, - - Queen Street
THE Partnership heretofore existed
under tho Firm niimu of Kohm &
Rupprccht, has been dissolved by mutual
consent. . 61)8 8t
Oceanic Steamship Oomp'y.
$&!& THE MAGNIFICENT
TKtj-fenew and 12)eg.intSieainhip
MAKIPOSA & ALAMEDA,
Will have Honolulu and San
Francisco on ihc
1st and 15th of Each. Month.
I'assenokiis may have their name;
booked in advance by applying at the
pllioe of the agents.
Passengers by this line arc ltercbv no
tilled thai they w ill be allowed 2:.0 lis
of haggiigc free by iho Oveilund Hail
way, when traveling Kust.
Excursion rickets for Round Trip, $125,
good to return by tiny of the Company V
steamers within nine y d lys.
Merchandise intended for Bhipuvnt
by this line will be received l'i"e ol
charge in the Company's New Ware
house and icccipls Kue t for same.
iNsuitANcis on merehandisc, whilst in
the warehouse, will bo at owner's risk.
V.u. C. lit win & Co.,
Agents, O. S. S. Co.
Steam Navigation Company's
. L,ltf.E OF STEAMKBS.
iiatks, - . . Commander,
Will run regularly for Komi and Kau :
Leaves Honolulu at 4 p.m. on
Tuesday, Oct. i)
Friday,' Oct. 19
Tuesday, Oct.. .0
Friday, Nov. 9
Tuesday, Nov. 2fl
Friday, Nov. 30
Tuesday, Dec. II
Friday, Dee. 1
Akiuves at Honolulu at 5 r.si:
Tuesday, Oct. 10
Friday, Oct. 20
Tuesday, Nov. 0
Friday, Nov. 10
Tuesday, Nov. 27
Fi iday, Dec. 7
Tuesday, Dec. 18
Friday, Dec. 28
camkjion, - - - Commander,
Leaves Honolulu cvcry'Tucsday
at 5 p.m., for Nawiliwili, Koloa, Elecle,
and Waimea, Kauai. Returning, leaves
Nawiliwili every Saturday evening.
The James Makee,
freeman, - - - Commander.
Lcavos Honolulu cvory Thursday
at 3 p.m. for Kapau and Kilauea. Re.
turning, leaves Kauai every Tuesday at
4 p-m , and touching at Wainac, both
The C. R. Bishop,
davis, - - - C.unmander.
Loaves Honolulu ovory Tuosday
at 4 p.m. for Kukuihailo, ilonokaa and
Paauhan. Returning arrives tit Honolulu
every Sunday morning.
KiiiK, - Master.
L'UVt'.s Honolulu nimli 'Pnuuiliiv t
4 p.m., touching 11 1 Lulmiim, Mnu
lnea Bay, Mukeua, Mtiliukoiin, Ka
wallme, Luupulinelioe.und Hllo.
Ititttt ruing, will touch ut till the
ill ovp portH, arriving at Honolulu
each Sunday a.m. j
FOB SAN FltANOISUO
Tho clipper bark
OlifToid, . . . Master.
Will have quick dispatch for tho above
port. For freight or passage apply to
C. UnnwKii & Co., Agents.
FOR SAN FRAN (Jl SCO
S2? Tlio favorito birtno
Il'indletl, . Master
Will have quick dispatch for the above
port. For freight or passage apply to
' J"'VIN tV i " Age ills.
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
Tho A 1 bark
Jenks, ..... Master,
Will have quick dispatch for the above
port. For freight or passage apply to
F. A. Sohaisfhk Co, Agents.
THE FAST 8AILIN0
will run tccularlv
TO WAIALUA EVERY MONDAY,
Returning on Thursday, wcuthor
For freight or passage apply to the
Captain on board, or to
181 A. F. Cooke, Agent.
BROGUE and SPEAR
Watchmakers, Enp:avo:3, Matiufastariij Jowolan and Importers,
11AVI3 ON HAND, JUST ARRIVED
Diamonds and Oilier Precious Stones,
Wnllluim Watches---Gold smd Silver,
For the Trade.
The Larger and Finest Assortment nf GOW nn 1NSILVER JEWELRY, Solid
and SILVER PLAT ED GOODS, over Imported into this Kingi' -n.
CVocA's, Sjiectacles, and Mye Glavtcs.
r82 lm b
MACNEALS & URBAN CAFES
With Patent Inside Boltwork and Hinge Cap.
A Large Assortment of these justly Cele'ited Safes
Over 500 in daily use on the Hawaiian Islands.
Safes Sold for Cash, or on the Installment Plan.
For Prices, Circulars, etc., apply to
C. O. BERGEE, General Agent,
510 lf b ' HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
This Well-ki own Machine is now ufed at ihe Royal Tahirr, Tlnwaiian Hotel.
.Music Hall, and a numb rof pri.ale residences, giving cutirj satisfaction every.
It is tie most economical Machine in u'e, easily managed luid automatic in its
onIbandfUr',iSh frm 'l 2 Ll5ht l 10" Lis!lt iLlchl,ie' smilIor les constantly
GAS FIXTURES OF MITCHELL, VANCE & CO.
For Circulars, Catalogues Prices, olc, apply lo
O. O. BERG-ER, Sole Agent,
lfb HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
NO LONGER HELD RESPONSIBLE !
X-lykX-Xj TO LET !
Great I X L Store
Corner Nuuanu and Queen Sts.
:i ci nt
And the Store for the People is the Groat I. X. L., where
Clothing, White and Percale Shirts,
Hats, Caps, Boots, Shoes, Neckwear,
Aro being sold lower than any other house
in the kingdom.
Comparison of prices will loll, Cal' orlv ai the Orcat I X L Slore, corncrof
Nuuanuand Quien S.ictt.
Silver Plated Ware.
Wo have reecho 1
which wear;' instructed
tn sell :tl a
f i.tu macuf tct iter-' prices.
DILLINGHAM & CO'
tlin Hnnnt T V T Pin
U1D UlOttlLA. ii. OlUlti
GARTENBEEG, Proprietor. f
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