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HONOLULU, H. I., WEDNESDAY, NOVI.MBEll 25, 1896.
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The audiouoo which gathered at
tho opera houGO last evo'niug to
witness tho production of "Tho
Oharity I3all" woo, if anything, tho
largest of. tho season, extra chairs
having to bo squeezed iu to ac
ooramodato thoso who had neg
lected to resorvo seats in advance.
The play iu tho opinion of many
was the best yet given by tho
Fiaw ley peoplo, and in its pro
sontation tho company certainly
scored another success.
In the part of John Van Bureu,
tho rector of a fashionable New
York church, Mr. Frank Woi th
ing again showed tho liuishod
actor. With a voice and person
ad mil ably suited to tho part, ho
added the dignity of gesture aud
mien which Bhould go with it. In
tho scene with his brother at tho
ond of tho second act his actiug
wnB most powerful and impres
sive. As tho rector's biothor, in busi
ness ou Wall streot oh a stock
broker, Mr. T. Daniel Frawley
ogam appeared to better advant
age than in tho ihst two plays
rondored. Ilis offoils last night
wero quickly appreciated by tho
audieuco and in conjunction with
thoso of Mr. Worthing received
frequent applause, which means a
good deal from a Honolulu
In tho character of Judgo Peter
GnrneyKnox, a relic of a post era,
Harry Corson Clarko found a
part to his liking. Ho not only
made tho audionco thoroughly on
joy his drollery but ho seemed to
enjoy it himself. One could see
tho fun bubbling out of Ihb oyes
and overspreading his counte
nance and could not help catching
tho contagion tho moment ho
mndo his appearance. It is sulli
cieut to say that Mr. Clatko aclded
now laurols to thoso already gain
ed in his present engagement, ami
that ho kept tho audionco in a
roar of laughter whenever ho was
before them. Ho was ably assist
ed in tho comedy portion of tho
play by Miss Madgo Can- Cook,
Miss Hope Ross and Mr. Georo
W. Lesli j.
Miss Blanche Balis and Miss
Lansing Rowan in their imper
sonations wero all thut could bo
dosired by tho most critical audi
ences, while little Marion Both
showed wonderful precocity for
one so young.
Tho miuor characters wore all
well filled, and tho samo con
scientious attention to little de
tails of costumo, accessories and
make-up shown in former plays
was again in evidence last night.
There aro thoso who predicted
that the Frawley season would not
last ovor tho first weok, but then
thoy wore sadly mistaken. If any
of them wore nroBPiir. Int nimbi-
thoy must bo ready to ackuowl
edge tho fact. Tho Bulletin
can see nothing ahead for tho
company which is giving tho Ho
nolulu theater-going public such
enjoyable performances but con
tinued Buccess and crowded
houses to tho ond of their engage
ment. 1 11111:1; I'oiirit.viis.
Do 110 lj nir. Yule In Hi itliiNl Ilniipy
Fred Yatos, the great Loudon
artist, has just complotod three
more charming portraits of well
known Honolulu people and iu
each case has happily caught tho
expression commonly seon on tho
faces of tho flitters. Mr. Tom May's
picturo stands out boldly with a
certain serenity of countenance
which is most captivating. Bruco
Oartwright, resting in an easy and
comfortable attitude, after u day's
hard wrestling with tho commer
cial world, is onjoyiug an aftor
dinner cigar and listoniug to a
good story, well told. Dr. McKib
bin, pipe iu hand aud uowspapor
on knee, tho picture of comfort
aud satisfaction, reclining in his
"Club" chair and thinkiug what a
great blessing good digestion is.
Each picturo reproduces tho
subject in so lifoliko a manner as
to make it unnecessary to stretch
the imagination a great deal iu
order to l)olicvo that the real fleh
and blood originals uro smiling at
ono from tho canvas.
Mr. Yates has adapted to each
portrait a perfectly harmonious
background which suggests
strongly thp light aud suusliiuo
of tho tropics and enhances tho
expression of the figures.
"I do not liko to put a dark
background to anything Hawaii
an," suid Mr. Yates. "ThiB is a
land of sunlight, vivid greens and
bright blue skies. Loudon sug
gests sombre surrouudings, with
its fog and smoko and cloudy ot
inoBpheie." So tho aitist lpls
himself fall into harmony with
nature as ho iiuds her iu every
clime, with tho vory btBt results.
Thoro is nothiug glaring or raw
in the draperies aud high lights
of his portraits of island people.
Every tone is subdued, but tolls
plainly of the climato.
It is genius iu tho superlative
dogreo only that enables this
master of portrait-painting to so
faithfully depict the living foco.
Glorious, indeed, is his gift and
from tho amount of orders given
Mr. Yates since his arrival it is
j readily underbtnod that our peo
ple appreciate tho opportunity
offered. Mr. Yates' twin is get
1 ting short, however, and no largo
1 numbor of oidois can be received
after this week.
Well fteetUe'l ullli inn I'.niillj in
111. Uv Hume.
In its issue of October 21, To
Torea, published at Itaiolonga,
Cook Islands, tho following para
"A very ploasunt meeting took
placo at Au Maru Palace, Aro
langi, on Thursday ovoniug last.
Tho gathering took tho form of a
'welcome' to Dr. and Mrs. and
Miss McLenu'iu,u'id a large num
bor of imitations had bom sent
out by Tinomaua Ariki and Mr.
J. M. Salmon. Wo havo only
space in this issuo to say that tho
affair was a complete success, tho
host aud hostosB doing everything
possible for tho onjoymont of tho
"The clearing of sections and
forming of Btroots and roads at
tho now township of Mosstown iB
steadily proceeding, and a good
deal of planting is in progress. Wo
believe Dr. McLennan will pro
bably bo tho first resident thoro,
as plans, wo hear, aro being pro
pared for an extensive and com
modious rosidonco on tho section
facing tho Roman Cutholic Re
serve. In tho moantime, however,
tho doctor and family aio located
at tho residenco of Judgo Topou
at Avarua, who has generously
given up his establishment for
their temporary uso."
To Torea is a small folio paper
with two wido columns to tho
page, in both English and Raro
tougau. The Cook Islands havo local
and fodoral homo rule undor
British protection, Sir J. B.
Thuihton, Commissioner for tho
Wohtorn Pifcifio, being tho im
This issue of To Torea com
ments with satisfaction on tho
settlement of a disputo as to tho
rightful successor ot lb.o lato Pa
Ariki of Takitumn. Tho Bulle
tin does not know what tho Pa
Ariki is,- but presumes ho gets
good pay, and would congratu
late tho now Pa on his profer
ment. Tho Paoifio Hardware Co. aro
exhibiting tho finest collection of
piauo, banquet, boudoir and stand
lamps ovor seen iu tho city. Thoy
aro direct from tho factory aud
corapriso tho latest artistic de
signs. Tho low pricos will sur
FOR TOMORROWS CAME
KXUIIK1IKXI 11U.NS IIHJII AITIOMJ
Itir iiiirtlinti College mm Town Hoi
Will l'liiy r..r tin-Nuimiu'n
Tho Jiual game of tho football
serios comes off tomorrow after
noon at tho Makiki baseball
grounds at a quarter to -1. Thoro
ih no doubt thai tho two opposing
teams will put up a fiuo gamo, as
the championship of tho season
dopends on tho result.
Tho Punahou team has boon
weakoned by tho loss of their
captain, Professor Babbitt, who
cannot play owing to an injury to
tho kneo cap received iu last Sat
urday's gamo, but tho boys uro by
no means disheartened and are
going iu lo win. Professor in
galls will captain tho teum to
morrow. Tho Town team aro not saying
much about the result, except that
thoy will bo heard from when tho
time comes. Thoy havo tho ad
vantage of having nearly two
weeks' rest since tho last gamo,
and Captain Long is suro thoy
will render a good account of
themselves on tho iiold.
Tho opposing teams aro com
posed of tho following members:
W. Green well, R. E.
Prof. Howard, It. T.
A. Ouiilin, R. G.
Allan Judd, C.
Sam Parker, Jr., L. G.
W. Rawlins, L. T.
W. Armstrong, L. E.
II. Kluegol, Q. B.
E. Long, It. II.
Prof. Iugalls (Captain), L. H.
A. Long, F. B.
Substitutes W. Dimond, Hen
ry Judd, W. Walkor, V. Richard
sou, Eugouo lloruer.
Fred Damon, It. E.
Chris Holt, It. T.
John Lane, R. G.
C. A. Long, (Captain), C.
Iboac Cookett, L. G.
C. F. Chilliugworth, L. T.
Prince Cupid, I , E.
Geo. WaterhouBo, Q. B.
W. II. Cornwall, Jr., It. H.
P. Lishman, L II.
August Conrad, F. B.
Substitutes J. Waterhouse,
Goo. Angus, M. Tuft, II. Hapai,
Item rrom the I.ocnl 1'nppr by (do
W. i. Hull.
Thoro havo been 87 uow build
ings erectod iu Hila during tho
past fivo yoars which cost $131,
000. Tho Hilo water works havo ICG
customers this year, yielding an
incomo of 2100, and tho Tribuuo
complains that tho Government
will not extend tho system.
Au earthquako shock was folt
all ovor Hawaii on Tuosday. Ki
luuoa hhowB no sign of activity
savo augry growls heard ovory
day issuing from tho Halemou
Tho Kaumana road is making
satisfactory progress. Wild
orange? grow along its route
Edward Wilhelm is going to
start a now bakery at Hilo.
Judgo Hitchcock will bo dis
qualified from hearing many
cases at tho January term, owing
to his identification with tho pro
secution whilo ho was shoriff.
Tho Tribuuo colobrates its en
trauco ou tho second year with au
eight pago issue, hoping soon to
raako such a sizo porraaneut.
W. A. Hardy advocates a per
manent exhibit of Hawaiian pro
ducts at tho Mechanics' Fair, San
A subscription list iB boing cir
culated for an artificial limb for
tho Chinaman who was Bhot by
Hilo will havo a yacht race in
its Thanksgiving piogram.
The Horald is responsible for a
description of a muscovy duck
owned by Joso Machado, which
has a pair of hen's legs for walk
ing on dry land in addition lo
webfooted pedals for tho water.
Thoro is building going ou all
Mrs. L. T. Grant has tho hotel
now in good running ordor.
1 The Horald Biionorta tho Bul
letin iu viewing auy municipal
government proposal as premature
for tho presout.
M1K WAS I NSUH !'.!.
I.Iiij.N- Agent Iiitmtlsiitliit; llio
Mriiiitllui: r tlio JiIiinburoni:li.
It is learnod that tho piosent
visit of Captaiu Motcalfo of Sau
Francisco to Honolulu is for tho
purposo of investigating tho
stranding of tho British iron bark
Gainsborough at Diamond Head.
Captain Motcalfo is agont for tho
Pacific Coast of Lloyds, aud, as it
appears that both the Gains
borough and hor cargo of WcBt
poit, N. Z., coal wore insured! it is
necessary, iu tho interest of tho
underwriters, to havo an official re
port on tho ciicumstances of tho
disaster. It is bolioved that some
of thoso will be found favorable
and others unfavorable to Cap
tain McPherson. In tho latter
category will probably bo his
refusal of a hawser from the
steamer Keouhou tho morning
after his vessel wont ashore. An
other significant fact is that tho
vessel was lloated with from nine
to twolvo huudred tons of coal
aboard, aftor having been exposed
on tho beach to wind and wave
somo weeks. Captain Motcalfo will
bo lemembered as tho man who
pulled tho steamship Miowera off
tho reef at tho outrauco to Hono
N111110 TitlttlU 1'rmii 11 Nliiiiii Colter.
Our Bordeaux old friend, Mau
rice Ducot, is getting moro impor
tunate for Irado with each suc
ceeding mail. "I havo tho pleasure
to advise you that if yon cau ac
cept to send freo of carriage," ho
says in his latest dispatch, "used
postago stamps but absolutely
from your inland, not dirty,
damaged aud nibbed, I bIiuII bend
you carriago paid, tho following
articles." One of the things
Bpooiiied is a now mould for
cigarottos, which "shall bo ac
cepted for uso iu all parts of tlio
world." A map of Franco is ro
commendod "as vory useful for
tho transactions with tho Franco."
It is not remombered whether
this is tho samo dealer from whom
the writer recoivod a circular
about oightoou years ago, asking
for stamps or an anBwor by "ro
turn stick of timber," which waB
interpreted to meau by "return
Tho samo peculiarity which has
affected all our rains iu tho lust
year was apparent in that of last
night. Thoro was littlo or no
rainfall in tho mountains, tlio nreu
affected being bolow the foothills.
Tho first showor, which caught a
number of peoplo on tho way to
tho theater, extended only a little
way beyond Thomas square.
Thoro was vory littlo rain abovo
tho Electric Light station and no
fresliotB in any of thobtreams. Tho
only froshot reported this year
was uoar Waianao. Tho rainfall
at Frank Brown's placo measured
ill lOOths of an inch up to 0:!0
a.m. Tho prospects aro favorable
for light bIiowoib for a day or
Nows by tho Kinau is to tho
effect that tho Yolcano broke out
with ronowed activity Monday
morniug, and is now prepared to
play to a full house
King Bros, load in colored
photos which aro ominoutly suit
able for Bonding abroad.
IN THE HIGHER COURTS
ni:w tkiai. 3itNri:u ah woni;
, lloriiNnl or New Trlitl In lliiine
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Ilt 01 ec.
Judge Carter has siguod an
mdor of divmco in Joso J. Car
valho vs. Maria C. Oarvolho, to
tho glutting of which defoudunt
oxcopted. Mngoou ,fc Ediugs for
libellant; Huraphroya for libolleo.
Argumont on dofondaul's mo
tion for now trial of Wm. H.
Thono vs. Carl Klommo was heard
by Judgo Perry this ofteruoon.
Davis for plaintiff; Thurston ,fc
Stanley for defendant. Tho jury
had roudored a verdict of 6220
damages for prosecution for mali
cious mischief. Judgo Pei ry de
nied the motion, and Mr. Stanley
Justico Whiting has rendered a
decision in tho Supreme Court,
granting a now trial to Ah Wong,
convicted of an outrage, on the
ground that tho principal witness,
a girl of five yoars, had not been
questioned by tho trial court io
gardiug her competency as a wit
ness according to tho blatuto.
Justico Freor concurs, but Chief
Justice Judd renders a dissenting
now trial has been
ordered. Attorney General W.
U. bimth for prosecution; Robert
son for defendant.
M)ii: :ioi.iiAV ;oni.
;rti,i nis)in at num. .'iui-uur.
A roprosontativo of tho Bulle
tin passing along Fort street to
day was hailed by Chas Ramsey,
tho popular clerk in Thrum's
bookstore, and asked to inspect
the stock of holiday goods import
ed by Mr. Thrum. ThoBtockwas
" personally Bolcctod " by Vida
Thrum, who lately returned from
tlio States. Nover before has tho
Houolulu public had buch a large
and 11ried stuck to select from.
In tho iirst placo thoy have an
inmonso stock of dolls, imported
direct from Paris, and if your
favorite child breaks an arm, leg or
head of hor Christmas doll, tako it
bock to Thrum. Ho has extra
parts foroll dolls. Tho Block of
doll carriages and wagous is largo.
As these toys recoivou groat many
hard kuockB thoy wore solocted
with au oyo to strongth and dura
bility. A speciully largo stock of
children's Christmas books aro to
bo Been, from thoso embracing
words of ono syllable to thoso for
older children, all uow designs
aud illustrated. Games of ovory
description aro displayed. Iu
truth a visit to Thrum's will lend
you to boliovo that nine-tenths of
the pooplo of tho world aro con
stantly employed in inventing
now games. Their lino of boys'
tool chests are vory pretty as well
in tho selection of this, tho
largest stock ovor brought to Ho
nolulu, tho oldor pooplo havo not
been forgotton. Now designs of
work boxes and toilot sots aro dis
played that aro artistic iu
tho extreme Christmas cards,
calendars in booklets, tissue
papers for making artificial
llo were, anil tho vory latest de
signs iu photograph and auto
graph albums. Their stock oE
leather goods is most complete,
and om braces ladies and gents'
pookotbooks, chatolaiuo bags and
continuous calendars. Thoy are
making a specialty of satin lined
work baskets. The abovo aro
only a fow of tho many uovoltios
that Mr. Thrum is offering to
his customers. A visit to his store
will convince you that thoro is
only ono placo in Honolulu to
buy holiday novelties, and that
placo is Thrum's.
Nicoly furuishod rooms at tho
Popular House, lfil Fort street,
from $1.00 per weok up.
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