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EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU, II. T., WEDNE8DAY, NOV.' 20. 1101.
Celery With Tomato Sauce.
Prepare game as above, and whea
celery Is tender drafn mid cut Into
small pieces. Mix with a good tomato
sauce, flit little ramakln dishes, cover
with buttered bread crumbs and placo
In the oven a few minutes to brown.
Nice served with fish or veal.
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direction a man faces ho must of ne
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THE ROYAL BOX TO BE GIVEN BY NEILLS
PRICE . .
Now Hint Thanksgiving Day Is ap
proaching, licio are a few Items which
ought to Interest you:
Full Bleached Table Damask, four hanJsome patterns to select
from, 70 inches wide, pood value for 75c; our price, 45c per yd.
A better grade, 72 Inches Wide, for 60c per yd.
Others at 80s, $1, $1.25, $1.50 and $2.50 per yd.
Full Bleached, 24x24 Inches $1.75 per" dozen.
A Leader, 25x25 Inches, $2 25 per dozen, worth $300.
Extra Qualities, 25x25 indies, $3, $3. 50, $4, $4.50
and $5 per dozen
prlngcd Napkins, 75c, $1.35, and $1.75 per dozen.
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We have also a good assortment of
tho eclobrntod SHAMROCK BRAND
OF LINENS, In sets for round, oval,
long and short squaro tables, with full
slzo Napkins to match.
300 pieces Assorted DIMITIES,
LAWNS and "BATISTES, regular ni
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X quaint and picturesque play Is
"Tho Royal Iiox," that James Nelll
and the Nelll company will present at
tho Opera House on Saturday evening
and a bill likely to proc moro than
common popular. 'Tho Itojal Box"
la the latest adaptation of the old Du
mas play "Kcan" titled "Sullivan" In
Its Spanish and Italian arrangements,
by the way and Is adapted, remodeled
and rewritten by Charles Coghlan.
Instead of Kean Mr. Coghland has
built lils play about James Clarence,
a popular actor of London, at the bo
'ginning of the nineteenth century.
Clarence admires a lady of the court.
Countess Tclsen, who has the Idle so
ciety woman's admiration tor the pop
ular Idol. The Countess also counts
the I'rlnce of Wnlcs "the first gentle
man of Europe'' among her ndmlrers,
and Clarence, the actor, sees fit to bo
jealous of him. Tho I'rlnce Is also
Clarence's very good friend, and Is
faithful to tho friendship even after
Clarence's Jealousy has permitted him
publicly to denounce the Prince at a
performance of "Romeo and Juliet" nt
Drury Lane Theater, and Is altogether
11 very pleasantly pictured scion of
rovnlty. There are some strikingly
picturesque situations In "Tho Hojal
ltox," the lines are good ami there Is
a grateful old-world flaor about the
play that Is very cleverly caught b)
Mr. Nelll's great dramatic organization.
Mr. Nelll himself appears as Clarence
the spoiled darling of the London pub
lic, and comes out strongly In the part.
It Is always highly Interesting to sco
the distinguished actor Impersonating
a great actor and Mr. Nelll is said tu
loso none of the opportunities of the
'-'Tho Royal Box" Is well costumed
and staged, and tho drapedand bedeck
ed box In the auditorium. In which the
I'rlnce and his party come to sec "Ro
meo and Juliet" at the Old Drury, is
alwajs an Interesting attraction to the
Nelll Company's fashionable audiences.
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Sachs' Dry Goods Co., Ltd,
Wo havo now n large stock of the
abovo on hand.
CEMENT ROOFING affords thor
ough Uro protection to tho building
and is a nonconductor of heat and
No rusting, decaying, warping,
cracking or melting; always flexible.,
quickly and easily applied.
Puro water flowing from the roof
can bo used for domestic purposes.
Can bo applied on old shingles or
metal roof. Wind and fire proof. For
flat or steep surfaces.
We solicit your enquiries and will
promptly furnish any Information desired.
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Ihomns Rrackctt Reed, once Speak
er of the Houso of Representatives,
now a money making lawjer In New
York City, has been In Washington for
several days without creating a sen
sation, writes tho Washington corres
pondent of the Pittsburg Dispatch. A
few j ears ago, when he had Presiden
tial aspirations, his appearance In thu
Capital City, excepting when Congress
was in sctsion, wouiu navcueen in,
subject of all kinds of political gossip
and speculation. I encountered tha
"ex-Czar" strolling leisurely up Penn
sylvania avenue, at Ills accustomed
gait, with his hands crossed behind bis
portly figure and his big, round head
surmounted by n round-top derby hat.
Ho was Just passing n building drap
ed In mourning for" the lamented Me
Kinley as he was greeted. Ho remark
ed that many chnngis had occurred la
national affairs within tho past few
weeks as ho looked at the badge of
That was his only comment upon
tho passing of the man who was his
successful rival for Presidential hon
ors a few years ago. He deftly parried
all questions leading up to that topic
"Ml MIL HUSBAND"! 11 IN II K
MOST ENJOYABLE PLAY
BY NEILL COMPANY
London Society Comedy by Oscar
Wilde Mr. Neill dairies 09
Honors Finely Supported
Nearly a full hoiic grcitcd the Nelll
company with its presentation of "An
Ideal Husband" at the Hawaiian Opera
I lout e last nlglit. An Incident of tho
patronage was tho attendance of
plantcis from tfce country, by treat of,
the Honolulu Iron Works.
The delighted attention of the large
auillince was held from beginning to
end. It is n play treating of London
toclety and written by the late Oscar
Wilde. A more artistic composition is
seldom seen produced in present day
drama. The entertainment Is greatly
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From the Coast that has Cold Storage.
Choice Beef, Veal, Mutton,
(H Lamb and Pork always
Also Poultry, Salmon and Halibut.
The Metropolitan Market, King St., Tel. 45.
FOR SALE AT The Booth, Fishmarkbt, Telephone 379.
Central Market, Nuuanu St., Telephone 104.
by saying that ho finds great relief In , to lho "llni1 through tho ear, not only
being out of public life, nnd scouts the matter but In mode of forenslcs ro
mere suggestion of his accepting pub- qulicd for Its prccntatlon. Thero wai
He trust under President Iloo3oTelt. ' evident, enough from tho house, on
Itefcrrlne to politicians who havo to this occasion, that excellent Justice
GRAND REMOVAL SALE
For one week only commencing Sat
urday, November 16,our entire stock
will be offered at reduced prices on
account of removing to Robinson Blk.,
Hotel street, on Saturday, November
23. Give us a call and convince your
self of our low prices.
IA Hotel Street, nenr Nuuanu.
General Merchandise! Dry Goods, Groceries
.-Japanese Provisions, etc
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GRASS LINEN Embroidered Table Covers In All Colors.
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CHINESE SILK CREPE CAPES AND 3HAWL8.
FINE QRA83 LINENS, All Colors.
All Kinds of Staple and Fancy EUROPEAN GOODS.
NUUANU STREET, above Hotel.
get down nnd scramble for public
office, ho said contemptuously: "I nev
er had to do It when I was In Congress,
and I novcr would under any circum
Alluding to the political situation In
was done tho piece by tho following
Sir Hubert Clilltern.. Frank MacVlcars
Tho Karl of Caversliam ..J. V. Uurton
Lord Goring (his son) Mr. Nelll
Vlcumpt do Nanjac Scott Scaton
New York, ho said he had not been l'hlpps, servant .. Cliorge Illoomqucst
nhlo In fathom the n stories of New Mason Arthur Crosancdl
York politics, municipal or stntc, so he Lnuy Chlltcrn I.uilllo Spinney
Amongst tho exhibits Introduced be
foro the fire Claims Commission cs-
tcrday afternoon wtro tpc charred
fragments of $.'00 In Hawaiian treas.
11 r? certificates and a moltcnlmasa 0
precious metals. -
Tin Chan, a innnufactuitB Jeweler,
who had his place of business on Man
nnkea street, put In a claim for 15960,
the greater part of which was'for tho
destruction of money, precious metal
There wa Just enough left of thu
crriiiicmrs 10 snow mcir denomina
tion. Thero were one hundred dollar
note, fivo fifties. Jour twenties, five
tens nnd four fives. All of this money
was In a safe valued at (105, which was
also damaged by tho fire.
Thero was a claim of JS19 for 210.1
pounds of refined Chinese earth and
gold and one claim of $13.75 for fifty
bricks. Klftcen pair of bracelets, $30;
forty-three hair plus, $8C; and sundry
othor urtlclcs of Jewelry went to make
up the total. Evidence was heard ib
to tho amount of loss occasioned by
the heating of tha gold, Winch was re
covered, but which It Is claimed the tiro
bad deteriorated. The value of the
gold was $1C7.
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tor wounus, uurns, uruises, etc. avoiu
substitutes, there is but one Paln-Kill-cr,
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Blinply contents himself by casting his
vote on election day without getting
tangled up In the was of New York
politics, which are, to nil but Interested
New Yorkers, past finding out. In
passing comment upon persons and
I.ary Markby l.llllun Andrews
Ludy Ilaslldon Louise Ilrownell
Mih, Marchmont Mary I.'. Turtles
MIhs Mabel Chlltcrn Julia Dean
Mih, Chcvclvy Edytho Chapman
Mr. Nelll obviously carried tho lion-
things ho shows that ho has lost none " I-ril Oorlng, n. character requlr-
of his cplgrnmmntlc or sarcastic force "R m"" collected manner in its rcpro
of speech which so ficquentty ehiirnc-
terlicd his utterances when ho ruled
situation. Generally Indifferent and
iyntc.il toward convention, It calls for
with n rod of Iron tho members of tho,easlonal moods of a gravely phlloso
Houso of Representatives.
GIRLS SHOULD LEARN.
To be gentle.
To value time.
To dress neatly, ""
To keep a secret.
Tu bo self-reliant.
To nvold Idleness.
To darn Btocklngs.
To respect old age.
To mnko good bread.
To make homo happy.
To bo abovo gossiping.
To control her temper.
To keep tho houso tidy,
To sweep down cobwebs.
phlcul kind. The contrast thus alford
(d constitutes one of thu richest veins
of humor throughout tho comedy.
Whllo tho woman characters nil car
ried their parts well, IMytho Chapman
as tho unconscionable adventuress
gavo a really star rendition. I.ucllln
Spinney as I.tdy Clilltern grew In fa
vor when tho third act was reached,
having been n little away from natu
ral previously, and won uustlntcd fa
vor In the finale. Julia Dean was de
lightfully chic ns Miss Mabel Chlltcrn,
bearlug the part In every respect to
perfection, l.llllun Andrews played
I-uly Markby, tho buxom dam; with a
copious How of innocuously cynical
philosophy, In a manner to keep tho
houso at a high pitch of amusement
whenever sho appeared,
Frank MacVlcars as Sir Robert Chll
tcrn, who was tho Ideal liusbind, act-
To tako caro of tho sick.
To tako caro of tho baby. Home " ,no roui of " ""fcessrui aim remorse
P. O. Box ns. Tit. it.
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AcmaBookCo Ba3B,Ath.Hla N CarollnAU S A
fill statesman with becoming dignity
of prtsemo and correct speaking, Tho
Karl of Cavti sham, father of Lord
Goring, was rendered by John W. nur
on with excellent effcit throughout.
Tho character Is pompous and pxpln
slo and Mi. Iliirton's personation
caused frequent explosions of mirth,
jwk'lis I Yvlf' firm ,rom vhich the world renovvned cyfUS S
Mngazlnca bound by tho EVIININ
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