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EVENING BULLETIN, JANUARY ,27, 189G;
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JHr Montgomery Wood Mr8iuycr
President f the C!sraAkerB Nation
Mrs Montgomery Wood. , Mrs Graham
l'rcUlcnt f tlit Wood family. . u
Vls r.tliel Wood . .Ml May Atkinson
:V Gwendolen Wood.. Mltti Molly Atkinson
JtrThMlatus Ilrown.. .... .MrMy
Scnlorof Brown A Mercdlth.ator- ,
neyfiMaw. w$"' '
Jtr George Mcreifltli .TMr Totter
Junior of the tame, and sole owner of
Ucnt. Kt-gtiialdriartwcll, U.S.N
7 Mr Allderdlco
Meredith's frlcud, Jmt back from China.
Jllsa Bridget Mullljan MUsMcGrew
A creature of brooms and dustpans.
Hr Michael Hoollhan Dr. Nichols
Or the Metropolitan I'ollcc.
Ckrk to Brown and Meredith.
JVlUlaiii Mr Mackintosh
Tiger and Buttons In tho Wood home
hold. Mr Hlce Mrs Gunn
It is not usual to nniilyzo tlio
performances o nmatours strictly,
ospccinlly upon tho first perform
unco of a now piny, but it in quito
proper to indicato innrltcd oxcol
Jenco unci not unkind to note faults
that should bo corrected. Mr.
jlldordico was certainly tho star
of tho company. His imperturb
able calmness and complete Bub-
mergonco of self-consciousness in
ho "character assumed woro fea
tures of tho performance that wont
lar toward romovinc its amateur
complexion. There is a good deal
of humor in tho eharnctor and
.Mr. Allderdico allowed iiouo of it
lo bo lost in tho interpretation. Ilis
romrades of tho Bennington
.Messrs. SpoyorSj Mayo and Addi
son played their respoctivo roles
". oil, espociolly whoro thoy had to
sustain comical or porploxing
situations. Mr. Potter, of tho
town contingent, carried tho title
role. Ho was animated enough
and his elocution was not bad,
luit ho showed ho needed more
practice before the footlights
In get rid of a show of
ffbrt, ancLhis pronunciation was
faulty in a fow instances. Tho
Misses Atkinspn gavo charming
renditions of thoir respective
parts, evincing a possession of the
artistic talent that is cnpablo of
concealing art. Thoy spoke their
linos well and executed their
imsiness with graceful uncon
sciousness of thoir own personal
ity. Miss McGrow had tho comic
toIo among tho ladies and, at her
svory entry, kopt tho audience in
jnerry spirits. Her charactor ac
tion was superb and only hor
Milesian brogue M-as rather
jharply defined. Mrs. Gra
ham's character was not a difii
tult one to sustain, but ouo liable
to be overdone to save it from
lameness. Tho general opinion
will probably bo that it was on
litis occasion acted up to the au
thor's intended standard. Tho
iher performers had subordinate
parts and it suflices to say that
thoy rendered excellent support.
It was evident from tho signs
igivon that the audience was pleas
ed with tho performance through
at. Thoro will be no doubt of
wo pleasure that comes to tho
Jrustees of Kawaiahao churclin's1
she receipts net WOO for their
lailding fund. The comedy "Svill
Ik) repeated tomorrDw evening;
W. H. RICKARD,
General Business Agent.
"Will attend to Conveyancing in
all its Branches, Collecting
and all Business Matters
All Business entrusted to him
will receive Prompt and Careful
Hcnokaa, Hamakua, Hawaii.
T. B. MURRAY,
'.M. KING STREET.
98,000 in Use.
,Thoro;nro 98?000 3?ischor
Pianos intuBOdf In ordorito
fully npprooiato this marvel
ous fact it is only nccossary
to know that an ordinary
piano manufacturer may
point proudly to a record of
10,000 pianos sold. It is a
wondorf ul an unparalloled
popular indorsement this
record of 98,000 ! ....
A Source of Satisfaction.
"When a piano is notboing
played upon it is in uso
nevertheless. If you doubt
this statement attompt to
completely furnish your
parlor without a piano, ond
note tho result Then every
acquaintance naturally as
sociates you with your
piano. Lot it bo ono that
you may well bo proud of.
If it is a Fischer Piano, you
can fool that it is boyond
criticism its reputation is
more than local--tho Fisch
er is known North, South,
East, "West, and in every
Cnsh,or easy payments if desired.
Purchasers of the Fischer
Pianos are enabled to ob
tain a first-class instrument
on easy payments if thoy so
desire. Every piano is ful
ly warranted. Our spacious
warerooms afford visitors
an unique opportunity to
make a proper selection.
Illustrated catalogues f freo)
WALL, - NICHOLS
vWhen !t Comes
To Disinfectants wo still have
- -plenty, our stock has not
v been exhausted, and new
arrivals are on hand.
EVERY t MAN i HIS i OWN i HDRSE i TJDCTtJ
DR-. PGTTIE'S .
CELEBRATED -:- LIVE -:- STOCK -: REMEDJ
ran this guru of mbhases or .
HORSES, CJVETB, KEBP.DOBS. SWXNB A?D P0ULT1
31 iw a IS S irt SUS 3 9 fi V 9 1 i 1
Geo. PL Huddy
Fort Stoekt, oi'p. Catholic Mission.
Houm from 0 a.m. to 4 p.m.
:- Dr. Russel, -:
Oflico, Masonic Building.
Hours: : 0-11 am, 3-5 inn. : Telephone 481.
Hcslilcnce, Telephone 070.
PsT Hnvo just
tho above Pianos.
Sole Agents for Ilnwnil.
rtceivea nn inToico of
a bottle, of
an3 Cl?f any
Fitted up with all tho Modern
Appliances for '
lanufacturing and Repairing , Vehicles
, of -Every Description.
ALL WORK GUARANTEED.
(from U. S. Journal 03MMnt.)
tnt. W.II.Veeke.nho makes a pinlty of Kpllcpsr,
Vu without doubt treated and cored more cas tUan
- kayeheardof canetof iOjeari'etandlr.i.'Curc'U by him.
u Jlepubllthcsavaluablework on thin d!cae nblchhe
acodswkh aUrgo bottlaof hm abMlutecare, fret to
Prof. W. U. TEKKi:, i". !., 4 Cedar St., New York.
WW jc Up CJajjt Ceez. i"V
Hpllister -:- Drug
138-tf Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
Building -:- Lots
Dclluiitlu situation. Deautlful vltiw of the
ocean. Excellent neighborhood. Lovely
A. V. GEAR.
W. H. WINCHESTER,
HAKNESS MAKEK AND 8ADDT..Elt.
Sells Hawaiian trees and re-covers
"Take Pains and Keop Customors."
115 Hothol St., between King and Hotel,
Telopliono 030. 152-tf
JDon't Forget Tliut
?Ii:i:iItOS Vr DECKKR,
Ilnvo DHplomlld lino of
NEW -:- SUITINGS,
Arlington Block, : : : : Hotel street.
S, Decker, Mgr,
Clocks, Watohes and
Owing to failing health, 1 wish to close
out my business early next jcur. To this
end I will soil my eu'iro stock of
Clocks, Watches and
VOVJtSt ?WCtS ?0R CNSH.
GREAT BARGAINS WILL BE GIVEN.
Campbell Block, .... 'Merobant St
A FAMIIiY HOTEL.
Per Day 8 2.00
Per Week 12.00
tion and the Finest Meal in this City!
In oil porta of Ctty.
t3T" Specialties will ho noted In this space
from tlmci to time.
191-tf Merchant street.
Uan Doom & Co., Fort Street
Next Lucas Planing Mill, will have
frtsh every day
MACHINE MADE POI
KALIHI POI FACTORY.
Which will bo sold to families in large or
Buuiil ijiuiilllllin. SSO IONTAis.
Proprietor Kalihi l'oi Factory.
Store open i'tnlii!,".
N". 3T. BUKGESS
Repairs Garden Hos-, spnnklerai Vtor Taps.
Saw Filing mid nil kinds of Tools Shnrp.
ened, inoludinff Carving Knives and Scis
sors. Lnwn Moworsiopaircd nnd for rent.
Also, Setting Glnss in fnot nil kinds of
uouuin. wont caneu for anarctnrnod.
Shop nnd rcsidenco en Miller street.
Ring up Telephono 852. 1-tt
Wholesale Dealer in Japanese
Liquors and Pnlslons, Sakt a sncclaltv.
Allen Stueet. Telephone 703.
LIN SING KEE,
PLUMBER AND TIN SMITH.
403 Hotel street, Honolulu.
QUQNCr SAM KEE & CO.
Importers and Dealers in
145-tf Corner King and Mounakea Sts.
C T. AKANA,
No. 324, Nuuanu street.
'.MERCHANT TAILOR, v
Fine Suitings made to order at lowest prices.
145 ClotllCg Cll!amll nmt rr..,nlr..,l
TOM CHUNG KEE.
NO, 47, . . Ntnintm stront
Dealer in Ladies' and Gentle
Rnntft nnd filings tn anIh t ..-. t... .. a
material. Goods warranted to wear well. 11-
No 468, Nuuanu shoot.
Has just received a new lino of
DRY GOODS, EADIEH AND GENTS'
SHOES AND GENERAL MEROHAN
DISE. Agent for tho following rioo plantations
Waiplo, Waiawa, Wolmolu, Waialua,
Kaneoho and Knpalama
' i& My rice from Kaneoho is marked
L a and is guaranteed Al,
P. O. Box 114, .... Telephone 199.
Kino aid NmiANa Stukets.
fJT" ComiucntJIs unnccessay.
The marvelous j:emedy which prevents
Hair Falling Ou
FOR SALE BY
r- Tr7- ivPA rnn a -ro-r . a -TvT-tr
'- VV H wVil I I iwm - - ,1 I l mlmeimi
Solo Agent, Honolulu. m
r.7 ncai pninpnici iret on appiicanon. r. j. doi lji, icicpnone M
HOTEL STREET, OPPOSITE ARLINGTON BLOCK.
CHOICE FRESH .GROCERIllS
Just opoueel a full and completo (wortmont of tbo
luxuries nnd dolicnoics from ovory civilized nation,
whioh will bo sold lower thuu the lowest. . . .
l1 1 OOI
Fresh California Creamery and Island Butter.
VA911I.Y TltADK A SPECIALTY.
AH Goods dellercd promptly. Civility and every attention given to customors at
COWAN'S CASH STOBB."'
J. T, Waierhouse.
Ci,xxeen Stvect. Stove.
in Tins nnd Jars. Assorted Ohut
noys, Hams nnd Bacon, Potted
Meats, Boston Baked Bonus and
I X L LIME.
FORT STEET, NO 10.
"""" 'V & c
FOR . . .,
TINWARE, CROCKERY, HARD
" WARE, CIGARS, ETC,
At lowest pricos, go to
WINQ TAI LUNG.
Ml Nuuanu street.
CHEONQ KEE CO.,
All kinds of tinware, crockery,
ito, at lowest prices, . , . .
HI Nuuanu and Hotel streets
MlFrcrawFraB oM 1 fflffiffl
BRAUNSCHWEIGER - & -
IMDQRTERS ANDLIQUOR MERCHANTS. '
No. C, Drumui Street, - San FrnncL
FOR SALE IN BULK.
American Bonnnov Wihskies in lion
barrel containing about 40 callons
at various prices aocording to acsBI nn
quaiuy. i, -p
Oalifornia QRArE Bhandy in Bvnd
barrel of about 40 ttf 50 gallons.
Alto the celebrated Caie WTiiahts:
"Extra 1'ony" Bourbon Wbiskv. 12 bot
3 gallons per case. ay
"Bearurass" Iionrbon Wbiaky, 12 bottlel
2-5 Kallons doe aaso. ' ' I
"Old I'ioneer" Bouibon Whisky, 12-bot
"Tennessee White Bye" Whisky, 13 botf
. u gaiions per case,
CALIFORNIA roBT WINE8, SHERItl
Send orders by .mail. Satisfaetion iHin n
Braunsoh-vveierer & Cie
i4i.iru Ho. o. Drumm streot'
Here's the SMlt
Criterion .. Saloo ,KJ
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