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SUNDAY nULLETIN. HONOLULU. II. T., SUNDAY, MARCH 2, 1902.
And with her nrrhal tlip Alameda has drought us n wonderfully licau
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I Musical and Dramatic News jj
K U K Hit X M M M II li H M II tl H 11 H K II H X Ml M V l X II K II It a M X X M M X II X I ,
.Music ran he made the language of
all the tailed emotions of the heart.
I'rince Hcnrj of Prussia, now visit
Ing the States, Is an excellent lollnlst.
A song recital by Madame Illshop In
tho Opern House wouM be the event
of the season.
The post of Master of Music to tho
King of Hngland, carries with It a sal
ary of $1500 n j car.
One of the benefits of annexation
Piano lessons (!) nre glm for two
. Ueethoven could remember any se
lection of music he had ccr heard,
and reproduce most of It.
A Choral Art, Society hait been or
ganized In Hoaton. The programs will
conslBt, for the moit part, of compo
sltlons of the 10th, 17th nnd ISth cen-f
The New England Contcnatory of
fers a prize of $600 for the Lest origin
al work for chorus nnd orchestrn, open
to all composers born In the States or
resident for nAc years.
Salomon Jadassohn, the renowned
l.clpslc theory and composition teach-1
cr. Is dead nt the age of seenty.
Carl llelnerke nftci fort) -two ) ears'
work In the Lelpslc Conseratory lus
sent In his teslgnatlon to take effect
It presents In systematic sequence the
An nmnteui organist who broke etolutlon of music by showing pulill
elown In plnylng the Messiah, said "1 j cations relating to tho music of the
find the music too hard for me to Han- nnclents, medlncal writers nnd btib&c
del." No wonder he wus found Haydn qurnt centuries; It Includes standard
behind the organ and had to glte up I reference books, blbllogrnphy. Iilatorj.
his position and go to Chopin' wood.
There Is some talk of a paid quartet
uf singers for the Central Union
church choir. This Is as It should be,
for they could nlways bo depended
upon. Such n wealthy church ouglit to I
hne n good choir, necr mind tho
The Hawnllan Dramatic Society's
ancient llnwiiliun plajs to be glcn at
the Opern House on the lf.th Inst,
ought to be Interesting, nnd will nn ' cap.iclt as clean or me rojni uupoi. 3
doubt, attiar-t a largo uudlence. It U ha3 the right to nprolnt a "composer
a long time since nnjthlng of the kind i to his majesty's chapel," and this coin
was presented heir. poser Is cntltlej to the place nt the or-
gan on Coronation l).ij. regardless 'of
A llerlln conespondent of the Musi-
cal Courier snjs that an autolilogra- inn) be At tiie coronation n: wmi.im
ph of lliclurd Wagner In the ninster's III . I'urrell retained his place at tlin
hanilwrltlng is In the possession of his' organ, nt the coronation of Victoria,
son Slcgfreld. who made n promise not Sir Oeorgo Smalt obtained the func
to publish It until thirty cla)s after , tjon. Iloth organists, for a goodly sum
his death. i of money, allowed a number of wealthy
peoplo to sit in the space behind the
Next Tuesday evening .Mrs. J W. Instrument. The later organist passed
Vanillic) 's pupils will gUc n musical
exhibition in the Y M. C. A. hall.
which will only be open to the pa
rents of the pupils. It should be n
eiy Instructive evening
Rider Of Cronje Three
Pounds Under We'ght
But No Protest.
MANY HORSES PASS TIIE
STAND NECK AND NECK
Japanese Owned Horses Show Very
Good SportInteresting Game
of Polo Also Occurs On
llllo I'eb. 2S. There were attrac
tions enough ut Hoolulii Park on Sat
urday to (111 the grand stand and ns the
day was n half holiday It Is surprising
that the crowil did not go out. Tho
time made In somo Instances suggest
ed nn error on tho pnrt of tho tlmo
keeper, but ns tho horses came lu neck
and neck or nearly so there was no
Tho last lace between Plerro and
Cronje was a repetition of n similar
event which took placo some time ago,
On Saturday. Golden, Cronje's rider,
did not weigh out and on weighing In
he was found tluco poundB under
weight. Instead of giving the raco to
I'Mcrro or declaring It no ince the
Judges called foe ricrro's owner and
us ho did not protest Cronjo was given
tho race On u previous occasion men-
tinned n rider was found to he h-bs than
two pounds under weight but no ques
tions were asked by tho Judges, the)
promptly declared "all ctH off "
Tho flist raco wnB for of a mile
between Phillip and Tlmo Cenle i The
horses got a good start nnd It looked ns
Hiough It might bo u dead heat. When
they got around to the pnddoek gate
Tlmo Center swung to the light to K"
Into the stable und Phillip passed win -
nlng In 37'A.
The betond event was n thrre-iiuai-
ter mllo dasli l.clwnnn llnvnl Pun and
Merrll'H r.ircn Ilnlli linraea looked
well but Merrll's 1'orco with Tlimmis
up, wns tho favorite. Tho lioises ('"'
olT well together, Kan If anything a
nose ahead until tho llrat eiuaiter a
p.'iBBed when Merrll's Tone spnrlnl
ThomnB dlil not hnvo to urg. hlx in"'"'1
In nny part of tho race and he won I"
Prank S. and Del Vista we: 'In i '
The rector of a country parish In
Texas, who was revising his sermon
on Sunda morning was awaited upon
In his stud) by his organist, who ask
ed what ho should play. "I don't
known," mid tho reclor absent-mindedly:
"what kind of n hand hac ou
An American In Kurope, comment
ing on the musical opportunities and
the munlclp.il support of musical In
stitutions, calls attention to what Is
done In small cities. Ho Instnnccs tin
city of Teplltz, In Bohemia, with soma
30,000 Inhabitants. It has n symphon)
orchestra which gives six concern
each season, the soloists for the ye.tr
Including Carreno, Prltz'Krelslcr, and
A olumn of reminiscences of I.ef h
ctlzky, written by his sister-in-law the
Countess of Potockn, has been publish
ed abroad It treats of tiie ?ieit
teacher's prhate life, of his long ca
reer, full of dramatic and romantic
interest, of his relations with public
men, artists and composers, among
them Uszt, Wagner, Hublnstcln mid
Strauss. It also gives his v'e3 on
progress, art, religion nnd other poluta
of Interest In the thought of n many
A musical epitaph from tho'iir.-uury
Hurting Oround. Iloston:
Here lies Interred Prlscllfa Illid,
Who sang on earth till slxt-tn.
Now on high aboc the sky,
No doubt she sings like slxl-tno
An exhibition of the literature e
music hac been opened to the public
lu the Lenox Library, New York City.
and biography, works on the oper.t
. 1. 1-.. ... Il..t1.n n.i line
tlnz, Haydn. Liszt. Meni'elsbohn, Kos-
slnl, Verdi. Wagner, ami others, and I
music mnniiscnpiH m .m:.. u.. "
Mozart 8 s mphonles Is ne of the most
- - .
The question of who shall presldi
nt the organ til Westrrlnstcr Abbey ntj
the coronation of IMw.ird VII Isnrous-
Ing considerable controversy In i:n-,
gland The Illshop cf London, In his.
who the regular Westminster organist
them off ns musicians and gac them
Instruments, which they feigned to
play. The secret leaked out. and there
was a pretty scandal, but the sly or
i gnnlst kept his boodle
horses to try conclusions In a tluce
clghths of a mile dash Del Vesta .i.l
the favorite before the start and sunn'
money was placed in the rtiu; At the
start Del Vesta had a hum' iheail and
Increased It to half a le until at the
wire, finishing In "MVt
The mllo race between I'lerro nnd
Cronjo was extreme!) iIiim hut should
have been declnied off The horses
came under the wire In the first halt
nlmuBt In a eleud heat ami continued
In that position, Cronje having a slight
udvautagc nt the Mulsh. Time, 1 .10
There were thiec very good races
among the Jnpanese nw ned horses, the
time being up to the average of the
While the laces wire being run nn
Interesting game of polo was under
wn) lu tho Held There were two
teams of four, one captained by Iton
nlcl Kennedy and the other by C N
Prouty Jr. The latter team was short
one pla)er In the he ginning nnd In
Bplte of the excellent work by Ted
(tunrd, who was nt a disadvantage In
not havlug n speed) pony. Captain
Kenncd)'s team rushed the lull to uo.il
thri-e) times. After the arrival of Dr.
draco of Mr Prout)'s team tho play
changed The pink nnd wl'i'o bo.vs
had scored three points ami nnd') one
safety their tally sheet Bhowliu "'i
points. With a suspicion of team work
the blue and white prevented any fur
thers points being scored and rushed
the lull through the goal si ikes five
times In siicceBslon Thero was renll)
no team wink on the Prout Bldo ex
cept at the close when tho Capttln,
Grace ami Guard did good work .
Lvery possessor of n "Kodak" or
"Hrow nit ' camera Is offered tho op-
portimlt) of competing for J 1000 In
prices given by tho Lnstmnn Kodak
The great advantages of n cosmo-
polltjn population nnd beautiful seen-
ci) makes tho chance of Honolulu con-
teManli. favorable and ns tho prizes are
numerous island amateurs will no
iloulit diaw a largo share. Honolulu
I'lioln Supply Co. are headquarters.
TO-DAY'S HAND CONCCRT.
pillowing is the program to bo glv
en In the' Territorial band nt tho Cnpl-
t.il giminds. commencing nl 3 o'clock
, PAIXT I.
I "n"' ()l'1 ndred."
(Iveiiui. -Calif of Hagdnd ..lloleldleu
Clieuus Taiilihaiiser Wasner
Se In Hull NahllCCO Vt I ill
oiiil heleetlotis.I'our Hawaii n Songs
mIk (Inn The Torgndor .Monrkton
II.1IU1I The Light of the World.
lull imezzo Cuvnllerla Ilukllcani
Selection Popular Airs .. . Lulu.,
Tho Star Spang!" I Hanncr.
PUPILS TO ENTERTAIN
PARENTS AND RELATIVES
Good Program Arranged for Tues
day Evening's Concert Under the
Able Direction of
The pupils of tho High School will
glc n concert In the Y, M O A hall
on Tuesday ccnlng at 8 o'clock Tho
concert Is under the direction of .Mrs
Ynrndley.thc Instructor of music at th
High School, and Is an Imitation af
fair as the limited Beating capurlt) of
the hall prohibits a public exhibition
Tho parents and rclatlcs of the pupils
will be tho ones InUted. The Humbert
of the program which, with the excep
tion of a song by Chas L'lston. will be
rendered by pupils onl), are ns fol
lows I'AUT I.
I May Dreams Abt
Misses Codle Carden, Itebece.i
Thompson, Margaret Cooke,
High School ChottiK,
a. Impromptu Mazurka. Lack. Op 120
b Air de Ilallet Durand, Op. "J
Miss Lizzie Whiting.
3. May Hells Mendelssohn
High School Girls' Chorus.
a llcrccuse Noskowskl, Op 11
' b Scherzo I)alil
Miss Ilernlec Koepke.
.'. Part Songs,
a Skjc Iloat Song ...air. by Hell
b. Ilcware Ilatton
c. Two Itesolute iAnrrs.Hauptmiinn
High School Chorus.
l. Mandolin l'rullrs of flie Imps.
Miss Mabel McAndrews.
7 Pianoforte Nocturne. Leschetltsk)
Miss Csther Uinilo.
Now Tiamp o'er Moss and Tell
soprano obllgato. Mrs .1. W. Yarndlej
.... g , . c,.ur,
1 pianoforte La Colombo (Duet)
irm. Miss Ilernlee Koepke. Seconilo
jIrH j w Varndlc)
The Shepherd lloj .. Hooth
IIIrIi School Chorus.
Voice O Sweet, O Pair. O Hoi) '
.. Otto Cantor
Prof. C A. Listen.
O. Sk)lark, for thy Wing' Smart
IIIeIi School Girls' Chorus
June (llarcarolle I Tuihalkowsk)
b. llapp) Meeting Jensen
Miss Lisle Smith.
fi Serenado Neldllnger
Tenor oblignto. Prof. C A Llstein
High School Chorus.
7. Violin Schliimnicrlled . Schumann
Miss Ilernlec Koepke.
S O. Itnlla, Italia Iletoved! (Lucrn-
zla Ilorgln) Donizetti
High School Chorus.
Accompanists, Mlsi Lena Hosewnrne
Miss Jessie Krazler,"-
Mrs J W. Yarndley
Of IDE 002 CLUB
The- 1902 Club held Us regulni week
ly social nnd ilnuee nt Llks Hull 'i
Thursdiy evening. Nenrl) all the
mi'inbeis were pieseiit making It one
of the most enJo)nble hoclals wit. u
the club has )et had.
Tho committee on arrangements !'ir
the forthcoming masqucrado ball ic
porti'il and showed thnt all arrang"
ments were completed. Tho masipie
rmlc will bo held on March 13th a;
Llks Hall I'mir prlzcH will he awn-vl
cil. viz. I'eir the bei,t cotumi-d lad
tho best costumed gentleman, the
most unique ehnrarter nnd tho newt
The a.falr is to bo strictly Invltntion
al, each membei having three Inviln
tloiis nt his illsposal.
The constitution nnd by-law h of the
club were read and adopted. The
eh-Ulon of olllccis will take place lie xl
Thursday On this life mint It Is hoped
that all ini'iiibers will be present.
Th" club is Bteadll) Inei easing in
iiioiubershlp. and has an assured pjI
tlnn among Ilonoluliis' social org in
Illlo. Peh. 28 A bus load of llllo
joung peoplo drove to Olaa last Mot
day night Tho irowd went to tho
Olaa mill where the) were received h)
Mr. Hastings Ilowl.ind and shown the
bights Later the) dtove to the homo
uf Mr. nnd Mrs Walker when the)
were refreshed with a squat e mil
Tho perbnns enJo)iug the mnoulli;ht
drive were Misses Hitchcock, Lnton
(2), Cheek, Porter, Scholliorne, Messrs
Kaston, Itidgwn). Guard, Moses and
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Hawaiian Tramway's Time
KING STREET LINE.
Cin leave Wilklkl for town it wi.6n.t it am
tni vry ij mlnuttf thereafter till 104c,, nju and
ljjP.M from Waiklkl gitotht Purtahou Stable
Cars leave R Range or Pawaa awltcb lor town at
1 y M and every 14 minute (hereafter till it cp,m
(.art leave Fort ani King street corner for Petatna
it 6,10 A,t, an4 every is minutes after till 11 tj
Cars leave for Pa I a ma only at 1 and jjoAM
Cars leave I'alama for Waiklkl 4) A M and every
15 minutes till 941PM, then at to is anJ to 41 f.m
Tnenif A from Palama Id Punahou only go
Cars leave Fort an J King streets corner foi Rifle
Rang at f ao and moam
Cars leave I ort and King streets corner for Waiklkl
it 6 PS A M and every 15 minutes till toojP.M then at
10 uand iiijPH, The 11 is P.M goes to Wa'klkl
in Saturdays only
BERETANIA STREET AND f'UUANU VALLEY
Cars leave Punahou SuHe for Ton al ) and
for Town and Valley al s 40 5 ju 6 10 wo 6 40 and
Cars leave Oahu College for town and Valley at
4 )o 6 so ani tioam and tt ry 10 tnlnuiet till r 10
rM except the even hour and half, dour cars wnUh
run from the Statte
Cars leave Nuuanu Valley at 6 10 4 jo I o A.M and
ivery 10 anlnutrs thrreilier till iq o p M
Car leave fort and Queen streets tor Punahou
College at 6 05 6 j 6 4s a M and every 10 mlnuies
Wit-r till 941 p m Alter that the cars run to the
Statte up tori jop M.whkh Is the lastcar from Town,
reacMnrth Stable at it jo P M
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