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i. THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU. H. I., MONDAY, JUNE 4, 1900.
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rWhat San Francisco Thinks of the Members of the
NOW PLAYING A LIMITED ENGAGEMENT AT
-"fThe following extracts are word for word transferences from the leading San Francisco
EK8 exj?,'esed,.by ch noted critics as Peter Robertson of the Call. Ashton StevenTof the
STn if r DuPont ,St"es of the Examiner staffs. The original clippings are in the hands of
the Orpheum Company's press agent. The opinions cover a range of nine months.
READ WHAT CAUTIOUS AND COMPETENT CRITICS SAY:
As to Mr. Wolff.
"Achieved a icrraikable triurrph the one scene
imprints itself en il e rrcrrciy with the greet scenes from
the preat diana- a portrait deservirg to be hung in the
gallery of notable stage creations." San Francisco Chron
icle. "Funny in a legitimate fashion, and sings as few
comedians have ever daied to do." San Francisco Call,
April 30th, 1899.
"As gocd as I can recall, and he srng the part as 1
never remember to have heard it sung ly any cne else."
San Francisco Call, JUay 16, 1899.
"A fine illustration of the robust style of old-school
acting that was w orth going far to See." Call, June 20th,
"Wolff's El Capitan was the work of a clever actor."
Call, April 30th.
"The longer Mr. Wolff entertains us the more we like
him. Tlure is a chaim about his humor that familiarity
does not stale." Examiner, June nth.
"Mr. Wolff's popultrrty has reached a very high
point." Call, Nov. 9th.
"His conception and performance of the role are ideal.
It is a picture worth seeing often." Examiner, Dec. 12th.
Concerning Hattie Belle Ladd.
"Is a most reliable contralto." Chronicle, April 2, '99.
"It is not easy work to sing Caimen even acceptably.
Hattie Belle Ladd d d more." Chronicle, July nth.
"Was equally good." Examiner, August 1st.
"Miss Ladd was very good."-Examiner, Aug. 8th.
Hattie Belle Ladd was recalled several times." Call,
"To be very warmly congratulated on a very great
success. She sings, looks and acts to perfection Bulle
tin, September 24th.
"Hattie Belle 1 add made a hit. "-Chronicle, Oct. 3rd.
Wins great applause." Chronicle, November 12th.
'The best singer in the company." Bulletin, Dec.th.
r. d.e.the most of the god opportunity afforded."
"Did verv cood wnrk.
iner, December 12th.
Charming as usual." Exam-
OfMiss Bessie Fairburn.
"Makes a hit" Examiner. December 26th.
"Makes a veryfereat hit" Bulletin, December 31st.
"Sang the part well". Chronicle.
"Air. Wolff was ably seconded by Miss Fairburn"
Examiner, December 5th.
"Made a strong and distinct hit."Chronicle, Oct. 29th.
One of the cleveriest soubrettes we have had on the
Opera Stage." Chronicle, August 29th.
"Has quite captured the audiences." Chronicle,
"Original and spontaneous a long scene so enthused
the audianced that she was forced to improvise entertain
ment and could hardly satisfy the prolonged and clamorous
demand. She seems likely to rival Wolff in popular favor."
Examiner, Aug 15
Mr. Winfred Goff.
"A surprisingly clever bit of comedy." Chronicle.
"Commend us to Winfred Goff s 'Gobbo.' " Chronicle.
" Took advantage of the opportunity and made a good
impression." -Call, April 25th.
"Surprised even his admirers and took five curtain
calls."-Call, June. 6.
"Winfred Goff renewed his Tagliacci' hit and won a
deserved encore for his Toreador." Chronicle, July 11th.
"Mr Goff was very good, receiving a double encore.-("Examiner,
August 8th. ' L
"Sang in a faultless manner.." Call.
"Did good work." Examiner, Oct. 3rd.
"Surprises everybody by his really splendid performance. "Call,
November 12th. L
The above excerpts are but a tithe of a collection of equally meritor
ious comments, besides the highest commendation on the work of Miss
In connection with her Chicago appearances with tie celebrated
"Henderson" attra-tlons and the Tivoli. MR. BRANSON as comedian
has an artav of laudatory notices.
Of which the pick only is at the Orpheum, is without exception pro
claimed the best that San Francisco has seen. '
Are hailed as surpassing en, those of original productions.
THE MUSICAL DIRECTOR,
Mr. Robinson, began h's musical education with Sir Arthur Sullivan.
Was for eight years d rector of "Dryley Carte's" Theatre, London
where so many of he Gilbert & Sullivan production were printed
ScontiSs CCtr0f lhB M,knd0' a"d haS n high "Potion S
Come . and Judge for Yourselves
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