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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., NOVEMB'-'.K 10, l-99.
IT WAS WELL DONE
1 There was a verv large and well rleas t
ed nuJience at the production of Flotow's ,
romantic opera "Martha" last evenlng.Thc
Boston Lyrfcs appearing to better advant
age than at any other performance given
here so f.ir. There was a pleasing sur
prise In store tor the audience In young
Pnrmlev who easily carried off the honors
of the evening bv his splendid rendition o
the wnt of Lionel.
Hl$ voice which Is young, sweet and
'clear with a great range and plenty of cul
tivation held the audience In rapt atten
tion immediately he began his first song.
He In I the attention of the entire audience
at all times after his first entrance and
galne I manv friends by Ills cleverness. ,
Miss Andrews the new prima donna
sopr.uiii nlc'ised also. She has n sweet
voice which Is frail, and not a dramatic
voice. The singing of the "Last Ros of
Summer" was very fine but lacked the
sympathy and pathos necessary to the
nerfect rendition of the well known melo
dy, A general Impression prevailed among
tne audience th t It would be tine to hear
Miss Josephlre Stanton In the part.
Miss Leckley as Nancy and Lovette
Rockwell as I'lunkett were well received
and did their parts excellently. The
chorus whlth is always good pleased,
most In the closing song of the fourth act
whlih by an error was the last on the
program. Tomorrow t the matinee the
Plrat-s of Penzance and In the evening
Olivette, two of Gilbert and Sullivan's
prettiest comic operas will De given.
Apart from n very excellent program,
the facts that Hamilton Hill would make
his last apptarar.ee and WInton and Mc
Glnty their first r:-a:pearance were suffi
cient to account for the bumper house that
greeted the company. The minstrel first
patt, an 1. the Hands in t-nm wnk fMrlv
bristle; with witticisms charming ballads
aim ludicriiuiis situations, vviutuii ug-in
dellehted his old friends with his clever
ventrllonulal absurdities. One special
feat"-- 'tielng the rendering of a song In
six dlffatoit voices; Danger, McGlnty and
company of course participating. Mr. i
Hill was In excellent voice, if possible,
surpassing his previous efforts his render
ing of 'Why bo I LnveTlue." "What
Might Have Been" and "The Holy City"
being vociferously applauded. Mr. Hill in
a neat speech thanked the audience, the
m'n"geTient and the nubile ernerally for
tho kind manner in which they had treated
him dur.g his stay, also passing a tn ute
to Prof. Marcus for the excellency of his
orcl'-tra. Drevfussand .-Jearde gave an
excellent cake walk which takes tie
oi.e tor ait) t ilng yefseen here. Alto
gether the n er'.'lnment was a pleasant
success and well worth o visit.
The police contest for the" silver medal
hasbe-n almost complete.). J Wulbcrs
with 18) and ten s.ores shot, Is ahead. II.
M. Webb with 186, R. Parker, Jr., with
178 iinitOlluer Thomas with 173 are the
closest t J Wulbers. The bronze medal Is
also eing shot for with a great deal of In
LOCAL AND GENERAL,
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WHITMAN & CO.,
Ttltphont 746. .
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60 60 60
. SIXTY PIANOS.!
Think of it, five times more
pianos than, all the business
houses on the Hawaiian Islands
-put together could show.
These we have coming in a few
days. Prices from $250 up, on
$10 per month payments.
Everyone wants a piano for
60 Christmas 60
THE BERGSTROM MUSIC CO,
Progress Blools., JtTort St.
Sole Agents for Checkering, Kimball, Crown, Royal, Kroeger.Krell, Pianos.
,Aloha Collection of Hawaiian Songs.
A Billiard Table for sa!e
American Messenger Service,
phono 444. .
BOARD your horses at tho Now King
Horncs clipped In a Immune manner
nt tho Club Stables.
The Soltuio 1b duo today, hut slto tins
not yet put in nn nppeniunce.
Tho PE13KI,ES3 I'KESHUVINO
PAINT la (itrlctly n WIESKHVINO
Pirates of Penzance Is tho opera for
Saturday matlneo. Olivette In tho
The case of Kane, charged with larcei y
in the second degree, is on trial In Judi.e
Go to tho Cricket Club smoker in tho
Waverley Club looms this evening.
Yon will havo a good time.
Tho Central Union Choral Society
will meet this evening nt thu Ccutrnl
Union Church at 7:30 o'clock.
Deputy Marshal Chllllngp-orth was
titiuhlo to get nwuy yesterday so ho left
for Ewa and Wnlnnno this morning.
Tho Mission Children's Society meets
nt Kawaluhao Seminary Saturday eve
nnlng. Every member In requested to
At the annual meeting of the stockhold
ers of Hackfeld & Co , Ltd,, the officers
were elected for the ensuing year. See
New 1 oday.
Tho Central Union Choral Society
will meet this evening nt Central Union
Church nt 7:30 o'clock. All singers
will bo welcomed.
Novnbcr.28, Independence Day, Icing
11 public holiday in Haw;ill, nil Govern
ment offices will be closed. The same
thing will happen on the 30th, Thanks
The committee In charge of tho ar
rangements for tho Cricket Club smok
er tonight consists of tho following:
T. O. Uallentync, W. llornco Wright
and ji. iicrDcrt.
Dr. Santon left for tho leper settle
ment on Mololtal in tho I-clina yester
day. Ho was accompanied by Health
Agent Reynolds and Dr. Hoffman. Dr.
Santon will remain on Moloknl 11 week.
Tho band went down to tho wharf
to play oft tho Nippon Mara n llttlo be
fore 10 o'clock this forenoon ,!ut find
ing that tho tlmo of sailing had been
postponed until 12 o'clock, tho hoys
were told to return homo.
Now England Bakery & Candy Co.,
Hotel street, manufacture a (lno lino of
bread, pastry, wedding cakes, Ico
creams, sherbets and candles finest In
tlio city, nnd prices very low. Tele
phone" 74. J. Oswald Luttcd. Manager.
Tho junior members of tho Y. M .C.
A. did not go up to Tantalus today ns
stated In tho morning paper. Tho ar
rangements nro for tomorrow ,tho boys
leaving tho Y. M. C. A. building nt 8
a. ra., and returning at G p ,ni.
Marshal ltrown has received no com
munication from Major Mills as yet
In regard to tho recent conduct of sol
diers at Walkikl, but believes that the
commander of tho troops hero will Eto
to it that nothing of tho kind hnppcus
At a meeting of tho Commissioners
of Education yesterday tho matter of
changing tho school hours from 8 a,,
m. to 1 p. tu. instead of from 9 n. m.
to 2 p. m. was discussed. Tho matter
will bo liroachcd to tho teachers of tho
city .and they In turn will intcrvlow
tho parents of tho school children to
learn tho concensus of opinion. Tho
decision of tho CommialHoncrs will de
pend on that.
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'Another kcih of
ThE Johnstone & Murphy's croa-
rt' ffitehfJrM """ ""-'Australia lias just
nrought us this inw slto,
. frcsli from the factory, and
y,Ars,nw.-" Hie very latest for this season.
This shoe is anatomically
correct, will lit with perlect
comfort, and always retains
Mclnerny Shoe Store,
KNOW ALU MEN 11Y THESE
PltESENTS, that I, JAMES A. KING,
Minister of tho Interior of tho Ha
waiian Islands, do hereby certify and
make known. Hint I havo examined
Into the condition of "THE FIRST
AMEKICAN HANK OK HAWAII,
LIMITED," and It satisfactorily ap
pearing to mo that tho sum of Flvo
Handled Thousand Dollnra has been
paid In on account of Its capital stock,
that tho Directors of said Dairk nro II
V. Dillingham, owning 200 shares ot
stock, Murk I. ItoblnKon, owning 200
Hlinrcs, 0. W. Mncfarlnue, owning 23
shares, Dniro Cartwrlght, owning BO
shares, and Cecil llrotvn, owning 30
shares, and that nil nro residents ot
Honolu ii, in tlio Island ot Oahu; and
It also appearing to mo that said cor
poration lias compiled with nil tho
provisions of tho llanklng Act of 1881,
required beforo commencing business,
nnd Is lawfully entitled to commence
tho business of hanking, permission U
thcreforo HEHEIJY GIVEN to "THE
FIRST AMERICAN HANK OF HA
WAII. LIMITED," to commence such
GIVEN under my hand ami the
seal of tho Department of
SEAL.J the Interior, this 5th day
of September, 1899.
(Signed), .TAMES A. KING.
Minister of tho Interior.
Tho above Is a true and faithful copy
of tho Certlfiento granted to Tho First
American Hank of Hawaii, Limited,
under the provisions of tho Hanking
Act of 1S8I.
E. M. I10YD,
WHITNEY 1 MARSH, LTD.
Among the articles remaining in the Egan stock
are a few FINE STAPLES, such as : ,
NOUVEA UTt: 'BRAID, in various shades llll ,,. .
nnd styles: Iran's price up to rSc a vard; CORDUROY SKIRT FACING, j yds for. ...gQ
nmvo,im'u:u ' 15 cts
TrtnmirtU , ,,. ,,,,,..,. LADIES' BELT SILK HO.Si: SUPPORT-
luavnun i.nvr.o, MuciMicmca
. LACBS, liCRU LACES.
15c a yd
15c a pair
ic vri oc a aozen
And many other small articles to whicji we have not had opportu
nity to direct special attention.
20 pieces of LACE, 2 and 3 incites wide,
' while it lasts . . . .. ,
WHITNEY & MARSH, Ltd.
Tho hardy adventurer who had pene
trated 3000 miles Into tho'savngo Al
askan wilds to pick up a llttlamattcrof
a million In thrc months onco moro
struggled to his feet and drngged hlm
ho f forward.
Tho"30 ccntit worth of dried nprleots
which ho had brought Into tho country
was almost exhausted.
"Oreat (lodl" ho muttered. "Will a
government relief expedition nover
Oh, tho pity of it! Tho infamy ot It.
Now York'l'rcBs. J
We have on hand a nice line of dust covers, tn spread over the bugRy '
when not In ue. Also Clothes and I.nundry Hags, Carpenter Aprons,
Canvas Hammocks, etc., etc.
vVe make Tents, Awnings, Canop'es, Machinery Covers, and In fact
anythlni; In the line ef canvas work.
PEARSON & POTTER CO., Ltd.,
312 FVrt street. Telephone 565.
On September 13 Young Qui Quon sold
the dry Roods business of Qui Yip & Co.
to Lum Mny Sook. AH bills agalnt Chu
Yip & Co. will he pild by Lum Moy
H inoluhi, Nov. 3. iS)0.
M67 YOUN'J CHU QUON.
Tho uver popular Rainier bctr Is bo
coming 11 household word nnd "will
yoii' havo a glass ot Seattle." is moro
often heard than anything else. Tlio
Criterion Saloon has (ho beer on tap or
It would not sound orooe-"
to say, "Like Kelley does,"
neither would it be DroDer to
look for pictures in a olack-
smitn snop, when you have a
store line Mug tiros, to go to.
They make a specialty of pic
tures, and the Iraming of pic
tures. KING BROS.,
110 Hotel street.
Camarlnos lias just lauded ex Aus
tralia, n full lino of Qranes.- Plums.
reaches, Apples, Dartlctt Tears. Or
anges, Lemons, Celery, Cnbbage, Caull
llower, Durbank Potatoes, Onions,
Dates, Dried I'Tgs, Assorted Nuts, Sal
mon, I-Toumlcrs, Halibut, Crabs, East
ern nnd California Oysters (In tin and
shell), Turkeys, Chickens, Ducks, etc,
OPERA :: SEASON :: GOODS.
.Has now on view the choicest selection of.,
High Class Opera Wear
-Ever seen In Honolulu, being the SRECIAL IMPORTATION selected
during her recent Eastern kJ! m& &?ZRh?&Fl
dlRnJof theonSni : Ne 'York and Paris fashions. HAT? '.n the very latest Eastern
,tD&teSs&fchasi a special department for
Coiffeurs of the latest Parisian styles.
Special Engagements may be made by ringing up
Telephone 09& ,J
My Art Department, Up Stairs,
t'm IS REPLETE WITH THE LATEST DESIGNS IN
Stamping, Drawn Work and Embroideries.
FULL LINES OF M.
Washable Embroidery Silks, Stamped Linens, Cushion Tops, &c, Alwaysiin Stock
Different shades and colors in hihgrade Japanese Silks. ,
B. W. JORDAN,
No. 10 FORT ST.