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Vol. VII. No. 1394.
HONOLULU, H. 1., TUESDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1809..
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HONOLULU IS A SECOND EWA
Some Notes on a New Plantation
Quite Near the City.
It Was Broken Wild Land a Little Over a
Year Ago BrloglDff 6000 Acres Undtr
" Cultivation Coming Crops.
One ear and flvo months ago, what
Is now tho splendid cstato of tho Hono
lulu 8ugnr Company, but eight miles
irom town, was a stretch of nbout as
wild and broken and forbidding land as
n Hereon In search of plantation prcml
sebo could find on this or any other
island of tho group. Tho tract has tho
slopo from tho water shed that Is so
dear to tho man who lias Irrigation of
broad acres as one of his problems. But
the chief recommendation was tho deep
led soil the-soil of tho Sacramento
nllev. the-soll of tho famous Ewa and
tho coming Oahu sugar plantations.
Twenty or more feet of this uncom
monly fertllo dirt is almost ovcrywhero
In the fields of tho Honolulu cane es
tate. It was and Is and will bo for nil
tlmo more than an offset to tho tons
of stones, tho lantana and kulu that
wora and tho numerous breaks in tho
Jn seventeen months Jas. A. Low, tho
manager of Honolulu, has accomplish
ed wonders. Only a perfect steam en
gine of energy and a great magnet of
tenacity, could direct tho transforma
tion that ono mnn has caused to bo
inado In these acres.
There is at tho Honolulu cstato at
present 0,000 acres of cano land that
promises to yield uountuuiiy. irnc
tlcully all of it has been cleared and
the flrst thieo crops are to come off of
4.B0O acres. Tho total area mentioned
Is no to tho GSO foot level. Most of it
is below 430 feet, and there are 4.G0O
acres of It below 280 feet. This Is a
showing for great economy In Irriga
tion. I'or seed cano thcro wcro planted
110 acres nnd so araplo and rapid has
been tho growtn that tho sticks from
but 70 of these acres havo Seen used
ho far. Tho thrco crops now in view
are tinder an irrigating system that
jWllKjiot lequlro extension, for Its pu--pos.s
as at vreseiit calculated, in this
thcro 13 a harmony of advancement
that ftpcaks volumes for tho general
who did tho planning. There nro two
pumping stations drawing from arto
slnn wells driven by the plantation
comnanr Itself. Ono station has thrco
miles of main ditch and the other
One of the Honolulu pumping sta
tions Is near tho old Queen
i:mma Alea summer homo grovo
nnd Is a surfaco affair with
no serious problems. Tho other
station Is In Walmalu gulch anil
Its placing meant a great mountain of
labor. Tho engines are eight feet be
neath the rise of tho artesian wntcr
nnd the settinc of them was accom
plished by day and night work against
Hood and was an undertaking In ov cry
way of a character that often uiscour
ages companies of men. In two cases
on the place water Is syphoned across
iriilchos several hundred feet. Thcie
are special or extra reservoirs capablo
of containing 100,000,000 gallons of
water, well built and safely located.
Most of tho flumes are of iron, while
some of tho syphon pipe is of Califor
So far advanced Is tho whole of tho
plantation that cano seems to be grow
ing everywhere and this week will see
the last of the planting of the 1,500
ncres of tho flrst crop, to como oft in
l'ebruary and March, 1801. Two Btcam
plows aro In use. on wonciay. Dec. ,
ground was broken on the mill site. A
part of the mill is already on the way
from tho Coast. The plant will bo a
modern nine-roller one. All tho
buildings, excepting tho house for the
mill nro finished. The groups Include
fifteen family residences for head men,
fifteen small cottages for field Junas,
barracks for single men, stores and of
fices, Japanese, Portuguese nnd Chin
ese quarters, a hospital with trained
nurse In chargo, manager's home, sta
bles, work shops with considerable ma
ibtnery, storehouses, etc.
There are about 1,100-men altogether
nn thn nlnco. There aro 120 head of
llvo stock. On tho whole it is a big
place and gives overy promise of bo
ini a second Ewa. The estlmato for
tho first crop is 10,000 tons. Tho sec
ond crop will bo from 2,200 acres and
tho third from 3,1)00. Tho head of tho
company is John A. Duck, of San
Francisco, who Is interested in a cou
ple if other Island plantations and with
whom Mr Low waa connected in
tho sugar business some years ago.
Tho stock of tho Honolulu Sugar Com
pany Is not listed here, though some
of it is owned by Island people. On
tho Coast it is held to bo ono of tho
gild-edged Uland securities,
-rim rnllwav on tho Honolulu planta
tion alone Is an achievement worthy
seventeen months of effort of a mnna-
-. rr nnd n. creat forco of men. There
aro eleven miles of main line in use and
four moro ready ior mo iruc. iuo
lails nro on hand, as well as hrldgo
material. In fact tho storago yards of
tho estate aro a revelation. It would
appear that overythlng had been pro
vided against a considerable time. Tho
plantation main lino railroad Is a sub
stantial affair, Just llko tho main lino
of tho Oahu Railway, which is saying
a good deal. On tho plantation lino aro
a couplo of long and high bridges ana
it has so many curves and gets over
so much upper country that it is really
quite a scenic line. Thcro aro to bo
coal chutes from tho railway to tho
pumping station In Walmalu gulch, and
leaving the gulch, beyond whicn tno
Honolulu reaches to tho Oahu planta
tion fields, this railway is to pass
through a tunnel, tho only ono of the
group railways. This tunnel is nlso
tho avenue for a pipe lino from tho
Tho man who has dono all tho work
hero so briefly outlined, who has fought
tho lantana nnd tho stones and tno
flood and tho grades and who inter
ested capital and secured lands, had his
eyo on tho placo for sovcral years, but
did not essay tho flotation until lsue.
Ho Is now In sight of tho success de
served by such a glutton for labor of
the highest order. Manager Low has
located his homo on a knoll that over
looks nearly tho cntlro estate, but he
cannot sit up thcro In easo and direct.
Plantation management means to bo
out In the daylight when tho daylight
comes nnd to use up all of It and work
by artificial light Into tho night after
wards. It means that tho owners havo
Uttlo Interest In tho practical problems,
but only want to know how much cauo
Is growing and about what tho crops
and dividends will be. They do not
know, as a rule, what It means to mako
a paying plantation of Hawaiian Is
lands volcanic wild lands.
wool rrom unpan.
MRS, HENRY CLEARS OUT
Make Electricity From
" . Rainbow Falls
Tho company which Is to placo upon
tho market and ns well utlllzo for Its
own purposes power from tho famous
Rainbow Falls, near Hllo, will fllo In a
fow days Its certificates of incorpora
tion. The capital stock will bo $200,000.
It Is nrobablo that Wm. G. Irwin will
bo president of tho company. Tho
Sprcckels interest will bo Identified
with the concern and tho Hllo sugar
Company w 111 be a large holder.
It Is business for tho now company
that brings to town at this tlmo from
Hllo John A. Scott. C. S. Desky will
havo an interest from his ownership of
water rights. Samuel Parker and sov
cral other big cattlemen will bo promi
nent in tho company.
Tho new concern will havo fiist of all
electric light, lco making and cold stor
ago plants. Thc.80 will bo pretentious
establishments. Cattlo nro to bo slau
ghtered nt or near Hllo and somo of tho
carcasses will bo brought to this mar
Nearly nil of tho $200,000 of the stock
of tho now company has boon subscribed.
ANOTHER ANIMAL TRANSPORT
Tho U. S. stock transport Wyflcld ar
rived In port ftom San Francisco this
morning with 129 horses and 7,000 tons
miscellaneous cargo on board.
Tho Wyfleld left San Francisco No
vember 24 and lost only ono horso on
tho way. this is her second trip to Ma
nila having stopped nt Honolulu a year
There aio COO tons or steel rails on
board to bo used In repairing tho rail
road running between Manila and
Poloocnn, which has been partially de
stroyed uy tno insurgents, incro is
also a probability of their being used
in building a proposed military lino to
the south of Manila, connecting Santa
Cruz with that point
Lieut. D. S. West, of tho 11th Caval
ry, formerly of tho First South Dakota
Volunteers, Is tho quartermaster in
charge. Dr. James, Assistant Army
Surgeon', formerly of tho Rough Rid
ers, that served In Cuba, is also on
board. ,Dr. W. W. Funston Is tho ve
terinary In charge of tho stock.
The ships officers aro: captain u.
Cartmor, First Officer Crono, Second
Officer Duncan, Third Officer wooro,
Engineer Rubardt, Purser E. Cartracr.
Tho Wyfleld will remain in port
about a weok to rest up tho stock and
will then proceed to Manila.
Consumption and Fevers,
There were 111 deaths reported to
tho Board of Health hero In November,
according to the-official statement of
Agent Reynolds. Tho samo month in
189S thero wcro 93 deaths: in 1897. 61:
in 1896, 58; in 1895, co. 'Tno annual
death rate per month Is given ns 38.05
per 1000, with Hawailana C5.30; ABia
tlcs 42.54, and alt others 18.22.
The deaths under l year wero za; zu
to 30, 21; 30 to 40, 15; 40 to 60, 10; 00
to 70, 0; over 70, 0. Six persons who
died wero classed as non-residents.
Consumption is given as the causo of
11 deaths. "Fever" is next in tho list
of fatal diseases with 10, while thcro
were 12 moro deaths from various spe
cified fevers. Convulsions, heart dis
ease, hemorrhage, pneumonia and en
teritis claimed 4 each. There was ono
death from accident. Meningitis clalm
ol alx victims, "operation," 2; burns,
2; catarrh, 2; diarrhoea, 5; "unknown,"
1; Bright's disease, cholera infantum,
dysentery, influenza, 2 each.
Wireless Telegraphy Lecture.
Fred J, Cross, expert electrician, gavo
an Interesting and instructive Iecturo
on "Wireless Telegraphy" beforo tho
Y. M. C. A. Triangle Club last evening.
Mr. Y. Tanuma, of Toklo, one of
the prominent officials In the house
hold of the Toyo Klsen Kalsha, op
crating the new steamers Nippon,
America and Hongkong, is In Mono- U
lulu for a month on business. Mr. Q
Tanuma, up to a few months ago, S
was at Hongkong for his company. N
He looks after supplies fpr the liners,
and Is as well official Inspector. His k
mission in Honolulu just now Is an K
Important one. He Intends to es- u
tabllsli here for the company, ulti
mately, a coal depot of extensive
capacity. Coal will be brought
from mines In Japan.
"For the present," said Mr. Ta
numa, "we are proposing to guard
against a shortage of fuel. It w III
be Impossible to establish our own
depot until we can secure bottoms
In Japan. There is as big a de
mand for ships In the Orient as at
San Francisco. We have gooJ
steaming coal In Japan now, and
might ns well use It for our own
Mr. Tanuma has never been in &
the United States, but wl I soon W
journey to San Francisco. He was 13
g educated principally at Hongkong, g
ne is cuarmeu wan nonuimu, aim
immi up in mKP in iiiiiiir iirirr. ,w
Capt, Thos. Millar, with his old rank
from F company of tho Wjomlng bat
talion, Is with ono of tho transport
commands now resting In Honolulu,
lho captain Is an nrdent American of
Scotch nncestry, with tho "berl" still
slightly on his tongue. With tho Wy
omlngs ho won distinction In tho King
and other brigades of tho early active
service against tho Filipino rebels and
for a commission with tno now Dig
army of Invasion had simply to send
his name In. When at homo In Uuffnlo,
Wyo., Cnpt. Millar was a newspaper
mnn, being editor of tho Voice. He
found upon his second visit to Hono
lulu many old friends;
J. D. Furay, B. A., Is an enlisted man
In tho 49th Infantry, U. & A., and Is n
model soldier. Ho was through tho
Snntlngo campaign, being stricken with
fever after tho Spanish surrender. Tho
young man Is nn electrical engineer.
Ho Is In tho nrmy simply for adven
ture. J. B. Furay, Sr., father oi tho sol
dier. Is ono of tho best known citizens
of Nebraska and at present holds nn
Important Federal position in tuo
State, after having served for many
yeais, up to tho retirement age, ns a
major In tho rcsular array.
Probably Off to Join Her Husband,
Who Has a Record.
The Lady Made a Quiet Departure -There
Are Indications of a Swindling Scheme
Plans to Get Bold of a Fortune.
HE HAS A BAD $500 NOTE
Cblneso Retailer Accepts a Big Worth
less Certificate Prom a Soldier.
Sold a Bill el Goods And Gave $300 In
Good Hone; In Change No Recourse
Other Bad Paper lUtttred Hero.
Among tho passengers on tho Amcr
Ira bound for San Francisco, this
morning wcro Mrs; Lewis Marshall
Henry and child. Apparently not wish
ing her departuro to bo known, Mrs.
Henry purchased her ticket yesterday
afternoon under tho assumed name of
Mrs. Hcndrles. Those who aro ac
quainted with Mrs. Henry havo anti
cipated this move, claiming It to bo tho
climax to a deep laid conspiracy on tho
part of her husband, L". M. Henry, nnd
herself to obtain 19000 from Miss Olllc
Musgrovo of San Francisco.
Lewis Marshall Henry was well
known In Honolulu and somo thrco
months ago he disappeared, leaIng
many creditors and his wlfo nnd child.
His subsequent movements nro best
i told by tho following dispatch pub
lished In tho Cxamlncr of November
Peoria, III., Nov. 14. Mrs. Lewis
' Marshall Henry, daughter of a leading
business man of San Francisco and n
fl, bride of but a few wccKb, Is nlono in
ft tho city w Ithout money nnd without
The Plum "Bob" Wonts.
A Theosophlst In India.
Dr. A. Maiques, of this city, la now
making n pllgrlmago to Adyar, India,
tho shrlno of all dovotcd una stuuious
Thcosophists. Tho Honolulu citizen is
now Instnllcd as secretary of tho Aus
tralian Section nnd It Is to gain Infor
mation to cnablo hlra to bettor perform
his duties In the antipodes that ho Is
visiting tho Mecca In India. Returning
during tho latter part of December. Dr.
Marques will mako a grand tour of
Australia cities beforo settling down at
his headquarters in one of tho capitau.
Tho eminent Theosophlst writes to a
Honolulu corresDondent that ho may
possibly mako a flying trip to tho Is
lands next spring.
friends. Her husband, sho says, sccur
cd from her $9,000 nnd left the city, and
nil cirorts to 1 oca to him have been
fruitless. A Uttlo noto saying that It
would bo useless to look for him is tho
only message, tho brldo received.
Mrs. Henry's father died n fow
months ngo, and her slmro of tho cs
tato was $10,000. Soon after their mar
riage, tho woman claims, Henry told
her that ho had a position paying
$1,400 a year with KIngmnn & Co , im
plement dealers, and that they must go
from San Francisco to I'corln. Sho con
sented nnd tho money was drawn ftom
tho San Frnnclsco bank. On their arri
val hero Henry deposited It In his own
namo In tho Dank of Illinois.
This would seem to Indlcato that
Henry committed bigamy and Hint his
Honolulu wlfo wns a party to tho plot.
Tt;t Olllo Musgrovo mentioned, had
been In the habit of visiting Honolulu
and while, hero becamo acquainted with
both Henry nnd his wife. Sho apparent
ly fell deeply In Ioo with Henry and
on her return to San Francisco n con
stant correspondence wns carried on
Those, who know Henry nnd the Ho
nolulu Mrs. Henry, hcllovo thnt when
they discovered that Olllo Musgrovo
had inherited n fortuno they deter
mined to secure It. To do this It Is
thought that Henry went to San Frnn
clsco with tho consent of his wife, rep
resented himself ns having been di
vorced from his first wlfo nnd then
married Miss Musgrovo, with what re-
suit Is already known.
Mrs. Henry Is supposed to bo on her
way tq Join her husband at some meet
ing placo agreed upon between them.
In tho good old days beforo cameras
were so plentiful nnd when there wcro
neither lockB or bicycles nor buttons
on pockets about Honolulu, there wero
small fears of sustaining loss by accep
tance of any sort or semblance of mon
ey offered. Thero wero no counterfeit
or spurious certificates or coins. It
wns In thoso times, particularly up to
1883, that 25 cent pieces wcro cut In
halves to mako tho smallest bit of
chango that anyone wanted. In recent
years retailers havo been swindled by
various devices in tho lino of palming
off representations of money.
AClilneso merchant on Nuuanu street
wns hit hard n fow days ago by a sol
dier. Tho Chinaman has on hand a
$500 bill that was manufactured for
uso In tho mock dealings of n business
college In tho States. Ho paid $300 In
good money for tho very pretty but en-1
tlrcly worthless piece of pnper. The '
certificate was engraved, was qulto new
nnd had been stored for somo years, as
It la now a iolntlon of thn Federal law I
to havo or uso such paper in any way
whntovcr. Tho Chlnnmnn told his1
story nt tho wholcsalo house, of Davlcs
& Co., nnd In turn repeated it in Utah- I
op & Co's bank, to which ho was taken. I
Tho account was that tho soldier, who
was either n corporal or sergeant oft a
transport, enmo In for goods, showing
orders on official paper and Raying that
For bo'li private and political
reasons Robert Wilcox, on leaving
lately for the coast, booked an as
sumeJ name and made the change
to secure his passport but a few
minutes before the steamer left the
dock. The Hawaiian patriot and
statesman, hothoused In Italy and
rather buffelteJ In his home Isles,
made n confidant of at least one
luole before embarking on his mis
sion to Washington. Mr! Wilson,
Is after the United States marslial
ship of the territory of Hawaii
and is very certain that he will cap
ture the prize. Robert says he doei
not at all rely upon the friendship
of his old chum Moreno, but has a
number of alliances at Washington
which will materially assist him in
the journey towarJs the goal of his
ambition. One friend Is Baron
Fava, of the Italian legation.
Others are relatives of the first Mrs.
WIIcon, who was an Italian lady of
princely blood. One champion Is
said to be a lady who Is no less a
personage than a close relative of
President McKlnley. Mr. Wllco
satd before his departure that In
his aspirations for the marahalshlp
he would have the active support of
LllluokalanI, the endorsement ol a
number of citizens and societies of
the Islands and the aid of several
W nnkll ...a, nt Vlf id. Infttnn l?flt'rf
declared that If chosen lie would ad- h
Ik minister the duties of Ihe office Im- K
IN TUB CIRCUIT COURT
The rest of tho appliances to com
ploto her equipment nnd thrco officers
of tho IroquolB aro expected to arrlvo
almost any day, cither on tho Govern
ment steamer Scandla or on ono of the
transports. As soon as they aro in tho
Iroquois will Immediately start for
Midway Island to commence work on
tho proposed Trans-i'acino v;nuie sta
Police Court Notes.
The following cases were disposed of In
the Police Court this forenoon: Wing
Wo Chan, violating Section 1507 of ,he
tvnni 1 nwt na ana casis. 1 cicr vocucr.
assault and battery on Manuel de Sllva,
U and costs. J. Kaipoepoe. larceny in me
second degree, one year In the Reform
School. Climbs and Sol. Fredenberg,
gambling, 5 and costs, reter j. uunnm,
assault and battery on J. Hugglns, Jio
Harmony Lodge Officers.
Harmony Lodge, I. O. O. F., elected
tho following officers last evening to
servo for tho ensuing year. J. V. Mc
Veigh, Noblo Grand; J. Llghtfoot, Vice
nrnnii! h. it. Hendry. Secretary: J. A.
Magoon, Treasurer. Captain Paul
Smith, who leaves for tho Philippines
with tho 40tu Regiment, was granieu u
visiting card for a year.
Thn llpsenrch Club will meet at 7:30
nnit Frldav evening at tho homo of
Tinv. w. M. Klncald. Nuuanu street
Tho principal object of tho meeting Is
tho consideration of tho report of tho
commltteo appointed nt tho last meet
ing. A full attendance Is desired.
Charlotto D. King as administrator of
the Estate of J. A. King has filed a
bond of $10,000 In tho Circuit Court.
Tho Hawaiian Trust and Investment
Co. is surety.
Bollo F. Jones, guardian of tho minor
children of E. A. Jones decascd, has
petitioned to bo allowed to sell certain
property belonging to tho estate of de
ceased and partly owned by P. C. Jones.
The latter has given his consent to tho
salo of hlB part so that tho whole may
bo sold to better advantage.
Judge Stanley has refused grant tho
dlvorco in tho caso of Dudolt vs Dudolt.
Tho Jury In tho case of Sllva vs Des
ky yesterday brought in a verdict for
nlatntlff in tho sum of $48G as damages.
The November terra of tho Circuit
Court is pau. Tho court stands ad
journed sine dlo. All cases not already
otherwlso disposed of aro continued
until tho February, term which begins
tho flrst Monday of, that month.
Transfers to Stand.
Tho intimation of an afternoon pa
per that orders aro expected from
Washington directing tho government
to regain control of nubile land sold
since Juno 7, last, Is without basts of
fact. Said a member of tho Cabinet to
day: "We havo received only tho nd
vlco that the Attorney General refuses
to recede from any particular of his
opinion. It Is most likely that Con
gress will do tho rest. It will be either
Congress or courts. Tho government
could not, for instance go to a sugar
company, demand back land for which
$10,000 had been paid and upon which
$1,000,000 for improvements had been
ho wns In tho commtsnry department. I
Tho purchaser selected $200 worth of
goods and tendering tho play money
received the difference of $300 in good
Quito a number of Chlncso and other
retailers, sncli'iis Japaneso nnd Portu
guese havo costly souvenirs of ono of
tho Southern regiments lately here.
This Is "truck money" or tho Tnlla
hasseo Railway Company. Tills cur
rency was at ono tlmo good In trado in
tho section of tho South In which It was
uttered. At that day the road was be
ing built nnd tho coftpany gavo the em
ployes "orders " In part payment for
services. Thcso orders icsotnblcd mon
ey certificates. Somo of them were re
surrected by tho soldiers bound for Ma
nila and wcro tried successfully at
many of tho small stores In Honolulu.
Local merchants havo likewise been
"tnken in" qulto often with old Con
federate bills, but many of the Chlncso
havo como to know these.
Tho Chlncso havo been warned tlmo
nnd again by tho pollco and others
against accepting strnngo money from
strango men, but nie so keen for trado
thnt they are cheated frequently.
Officers ol No. 21.
At Its stated meeting last evening,
Hawaiian Lodge, No. 21 fl, F. & A. M
elected officers ns follows to servo for
tho ensuing term In tho organization:
W. M. Jos. Mort Oat.
S. W. Wm. H. Wright.
J. W. Fred Whitney.
Treasurer H. llurnlston.
Secretary K. R. G. Wallace.
Thcso officers will bo Installed, with
tho officers to be nppolntcd, on St.
John's Day, the 27th Inst., nt 7:30 p. m.
The Coroner's jury In the cases of the
death of Pukela and Lima, two sailors of
the Claudlne. met In the Deputy Marshal's
office yesterday afternoon. In the first
case the jury rendered a verdict of death
from "affections of the brain and lack of
proper nourishment, due unavoidably to
the life he was leading that of a sailor."
In the second case the verdict was death
from "pneumonia of the right Jung, and
Inflammation of the right kidney."
WnDDING STATIONERY, Engrav
ed Cards, Embossing.
11. F.; WICHMAN.
1 T- ! , ,,
The Kanlolanl Estate. Ltd.. has brought
suit for ejectment against the Kona Sugar
Co., a corporation, tne case to come up
hffnrf Judee Gardner K. Wilder In the
Third Circuit. The claim is that the
Sugar Co. has taken possession, contrary
to law, of certain real estate in North Kona,
Hawaii. Plaintiff claims 5.co.
HAMILTON, BROWN SHOE CO.'S
A 17th of March Trip.
C. J. Hutchlns, tho Insuranco man
who "wroto" Marquis Ito nt Toklo nnd
Li Hung Chang nt Peking nnd who
th"n, after revisiting Honolulu, Jour
nejed on. business to Great Britain, is
now permanently loented here. Ho has
loft tho Equltablo Life nnd has chargo
In tho Islands for tho Pacific Mutual
Llfo nnd Accident of Callfornln. Mr.
Hutchlns bujb his trip to tho lmmcdl
nto domain of Hur Majesty Queoto Vic
toria wns n business success, but ho
found It rather uphill work with con
servatism or suspicion tho handicap.
Ho visited all tho larger cities of Eng
land, Scotland and Ireland. In Ire
land tho Insuranco man was tho guest
of a titled man of tho realm nnd had
tho best sort of n time. On St. Pat
rick's Day this year Mr. Hutchlns wns
ono of n notnblo Jaunting car party to
havo an excursion which included kiss
ing tho Ulnrney Stono. Mrs. HutchlnB
and little daughter will soon nrrlvo in
Honolulu, they being nt present with
relatives ou tho Const. Mrs. Hutihlns
mndo the trip across tho Atlantic with
Cnvalllcrn Rustlcuna Tonight.
Tho great melodrama grand opera
Cavalllera Rustlcanu, will bo produced
tonight by the Lyrics. This has been
an opera which has been looked for
ward to for presentation for somo time,
and a largo houso will bo la attendance.
Tho story is thrilling with passion and
Jealousy, while tho music has a world
wldo reputation for Its grandeur.
It will bo a grand production nnu
witnessed by a large houso.
Tho repertolro for next week will bo
as follows: Tuesday, -Boccaccio (by
request); Thursday, La Sonambula;
Saturday matinee, Ermlnlo; Saturday
Tho entries for tho Invitation tour
nament of tho P. T. C. will close to
morrow at 12 noon.. "Up to that time
names may bo loft with the Pearson
Potter Co. Tho tournament will begin
Thursday at 4 p. m. and continue on
Friday, tho finals being played Satur
Dr. Posey, specialist for Eye, Ear,
Throat and Nose diseases and Catarrk.
Masonic Tomplo. :
For Salo by Manufacturers' Shoo Co., Fort St.. Sign of the Big ftnot..
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