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SUNDAY BULLETIN. HONOLULU H. T, 8UNDAY, MAItCH 3. 1902
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, I Musical and Dramatic News I Mil
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Wo want to call
your attention to
what we hate
planned to be an
bition In our ....
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FRIDAY AND SATURDAY,
13th, 14th and 15th
of this week. Itare
creations for tne
Spring and Sum
mer seasons of
1902 Hats and
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materials arc a
wealth of beauty
nnd In greatest
tarlety. Ktcry one
Is cordially invited.
Wo promise that
you will not be dis
appointed, and fur
thermore that ou
will find our rtock
Btrlctly up to date.
We hare n special assortment of
CHILDREN'S TRIMMED HATS and
the very latest noteltlcs In LADIES'
NECK WEAR. We will be glad to see
cterjbody nt this opening.
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We have Just received a shipment of these typewriters and
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General Merchandise. Dry Goods, Groceries
.Japanese Provisions, etc.
Mndioue Oenevra Illshop, at the op
usd on Monday ctenlng
PER S, S. "ALAMEDA'
New Line Golf Shirts
very latest In the market.
SILK AND GRAPE SHIRTS, PONGEE
SILK FOR SUITS, direct from the Orient,
DIG LINE OF KIMONAS, -
' Robinson Block, Hotel Street.
A negltted boy violinist Is Klorezel
tle&tcj: uhn In nRtnnlfthtnif TCew Ynrlt
Kbjjtffclnns with his wonderful skill.
In a recent controversy oter a
"Coon" song, affidavits "were present
ed showing that Wagner and llcctho
ten were both guilty of piracy."
There will be no rehearsal of the
amateur orchestra on Monday etenlng,
ns all the members will attend the song
recital at the opera house by Madame
John Philip Sou s.i, the bandmaster,
has had the Victorian order bestowed
upon him by King Edward In recogni
tion of his achletements as a conduc
tor and composer.
Charles Hr) ant's new piny of New
Kngland life will be a rctelatton In
many was. It abounds In quaint say
ings and is unique In construction.
Madame Milan Nordics is singing In
concerts with great success In Callfot
nla. She has an excellent company
The street organ-grinders of Belgium
are compelled by law to play each
morning before the police magistrate,
who must be satisfied that their instru
ments arc In time.
IMwIn II. I.emarc has born appoint
ed organist at Carnegie Hall, Pitts
burg, to succeed the lain Frederic
.The San Francisco Dramatic Itct lew
In noticing the performances at the
Orphcum, says that the Hawaiian Oku
Club, ten In number, with large and
small guitars, cello, flute and saxo
phone, added to their sweet voices, gltn
a most cnJoable entertainment of the
native music of their own country. In
Its plalntlte music, a shade of pathos
seems to run through every strain. Ilka
u wall for their lost country or n dream
of a forgotten past.
A jouthful aspirant for musical hon
ors asked Mozart to tell him "how to
compose " Mozart replied that the
querist wa3 too young "Dut." objecte I
he, "you composed when ou were
much younger " "Quito so," responded
the master, "but I did not ask how."
Uerlln has an artist of rare modestj
Franz Schoufeld, of the Leasing thea
ter, lately refused to be photographed
for nn Illustrated paper and was fined
by the manager of the theater. Tho
nUor Is now suing the manager for
thirty mniks, the amount of the fine,
p O Bos n Tit. il.
THE OLDEST CHu 'BH FIRM IN HONOLULU.
Dwlwi ! FIm SKkf ul Oft,, LImii. CblMM ud JipuiM Ooolt o! All Ktals.
of the unfortunate queen will be exe
cuted, the nrplieittrn tilnttne trncle mil.
sic as the head falls In the basket.
Bignor .Mascagnl nas not selected as
et the music for his score possibly
a combination of Wagner and Verdi
The song recital to be git en at tho
opera house tomorrow evening b
Madame Illshop should attract a large
audience and we feel sure it will. The
gifted singer will be heard In sctcral
numbers, and three of our leading local
artists will assist. Secure your scats
at Wall. Nichols' music store .la tarty
as possible. W. D. Adams manages the
recital, which Is a sufficient guarantee
that It will be successful.
It Is not nhns well to be too eco
nomical. Two old maiden ladles In
(lermany recently" had a visit from n
musical critic, whose interest in the
tenerable spinsters chiefly arose from
the fact that their brother, who had
died recently, had been one of Wag
ner's most Intimate friends. The old
ladles had lust got through their an
nual Jam-mlklug, and with pardonable
pride Invited their tlsltor to Inspect
the noble collection of well-filled pots
In the store-room. Tho observant eje
of the Journalist remarked Mint the pi
er with which the Jam-pots were cov
ered looked like sheets of MSS., and,
curiosity prompting a cIost Inspection,
he discotered that the economical old
ladles, to avoid buying parchment had
used the whole of Wagner's corre
spondence with their brother, llttt
dreaming of the commercial taltie of
such autographs. Whether the Jour
nalist Informed the good ladles of Hi
teal talue of their Jam-pot covers or
kept the secret to himself I hate not
Following Is Madame Genet ra John
stone IJIshop's program for the concert
in the opera house Monday night.
llccthotcn. Allegro (6th Sonata), pi
ano nnd tlolln, Miss Castle and Mr. J
Verdi, Aria, "I'ate, Pace, Mlo Dlo'
(I.a Forzc del Dcstlno), Mine. Ulshop.
(a) Hcnschal, Japanese loto song;
lb) l'ucclnl. Aria (Opera Manon Ins
tant). (New), (c) Scodopole, "Iluy My
Sweet Oranges" (Old Spanish), Mmc
Ardltl, Sc fc'aren nose, waltz song,
presented to Mme Illshop by the com
poser in 1898; Mmc. Illshop.
Orleg, Allegro (from op. 13). piano
and tlolln, Miss Castle and Mr. J. II,
Verdi, Scona ed Aria, "Ma d.ill'arldu
stclo dlvulsa" (I'll Hallo In Mnschorn)
(a) Chnmlnado (Torno). violin obll-
gat6 by Mr J. 11 Amme.
(b) I.llluuknlanl. "Kau I'ua I I'aoa-
kalanl"; presented to Mme. Ulshop by
WINS AGAINST EQUITABLE
Action on Policy on Life of Late
David B. Smith for Twenty
and hopes to establish the right of an i Queen I.llluoknlnnl.
artist to submit to photographic pro- (C) Kortheuer, "I.otc's Ilnpture,'
tcsscs only w hen he chooses. Mme. Dlshop.
Gounod, Scene and Aria (Fnust),
Mascagnt Is writing a new opera on "Jewel Song." Mmc. Dlshop.
the thsme of Marie Antoinette. He will. I Chlc-kerlng Grand piano used nt this
so It Is said. Introduce a guillotine on recital from the warcrooms of thu
the stage and a pnpler mache dummy llcrgstrom Music Co.
PROBLEMS FOR THE
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day Uullettn, I O. Uox 718, Honolulu. Contributions nnd solutions of prob
lems should reach the editor before Thursdhy noon of each week.
Correct Solution or I'loblcm No, US roceltod from A. i: Ccdoj I CJ
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PROI3UI2M NO. -40.
Composed for Sunday Bulletin, by Slgmund Gold, New York.
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MAQOON BLOOK, MEROIIAKT STREET.
F.Q. Boss 886 IMZsiin 21B
RETIRING FROM BUSINESS
commencing March 1, 1902, I will sell alt tho stock la my storo
Regardless of Cost
This is tlii opportunity of a life llrao to obtain great bargains In ovcry
GOO KIM, 1116 Nuuanu Street
Bulletin 15c. per month.
WHITE MATES IN TWO MOVLS
.... Inhibition gamo recently con
tested at Manchester between Kman-
ucl Lasker andM). JanoWBkl and
piescnts many features of Intense In
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Btirprlsc, as Mr. Lasker has gener
ally played II II 4 hero to Invito
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In tills vnilatlon Ulack returns tho
pawn but should win on account of
White's ragged queen's sldo ptsl
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Tho "compromised defence."
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Mr. lasker, being two pawns to
the good, Is not niggardly
IS PxKt 15 Castles
It. Kit K 1 II ltd
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Ulack has exchanged his material
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And Ulack eventually won.
Cecil tlrown has won his suit as ad
mlnlstrator of the estato of David II
Smith, deceased, against the Equlta
btc Life Assurance Society of the lnlt
ed States. The Supreme Court render
ed Its decision yesterday, which was
written by Chief Justice Krear. V A
Whiting and V J Itoblnson were at
torno b for the plaintiff, and Hatch &.
Sllllman for the defendant.
Tho suit wax on n policy for $25,000
on the life of deceased. A Jury return
cd a tcrdlct for plaintiff, from which
defendant appealed. Administration
of tho estate was taken In New YcrK,
antagonistic In effect to the claim, as
sole heir, of the daughter of deceased
In this jurisdiction. The company de
fended the action against Itself here
partly on the ground that It might bo
judicially required to pay the policy In
New York. For aught the court
knows, the same defense retersed may
be tried In New York, so that If both
defenses prevailed the company would
escape payment altogether.
For all the points decided by the Su
prcme Court, tho following stllabus of
the opinion tells the story
A letter need not be produced ns tho
best evidence, when the question Is,
not what was In the letter, but what
was said by one who read or purported
to read part from the letter
Harmless error Is not ground for a
A demand is not n condition prece
dent to a right of netlon on a policy of
life Insurance which by Its terms Is
pivalile on receipt of satlsfactor
proofs of the death of the assured.
A demand nt the home oflke of an
Insurance company Is not a condition
precedent to n right of at Hon there or
elsewhere, even though the policy Is
by Its terms payable at the home omce
of the companj.
Failure of tho pajee to attend at tho
homo office of an Insurance company
to receive patment of a policy pavable
there would merely enable thu com
pany to avoid payment o" Interest and
costs by showing thnt It was read) to
pay at Its homo office and by palng
the amount of the policy Into court.
Iletcntlon of proofs of death by an
Insurance company nnd refusal to pay
on other grounds entirely would pre
vent the company from setting up
cither hat the proofs won not satis
factory In form or that there was no
demand. If a demand would otherwise
An action may be brought on a pol
icy of Insurance In one place though
uy Its terms the pollc) Is pa) able In
Proofs (IT tho death of the assured
lurnlshcd h) a temporary administra
tor Inure to the benefit of the perman
Tho "faith and credit" clause of tho
constitution docs not make the mere,
commencement of nn action In one Ju
risdlctlon n bar to a simitar action In
A policy ot life Insurance Is assets
In tho placo wheie It Is If tho Insurer
Is doing business there nnd enn be
reached thero by process
An assmed was domiciled In this
Territory nt tho time of his death and
tho policy was here. An administra
tor was appointed here, nnd afterwards
administrators were appointed In New
York. Proofs of death were furnished
by tho administrator appointed here
and afterwards by the administrators
appointed there. Action on the pol
icy was begun here by the admlulstra
tor appointed hero and afterwards
there by the administrators appointed
there. Tho policy was payable In New
York, but tho Insurance company was
doing business hero and could bo
reached by process here. Held,, that
tho administrator was properly np.
pointed here nnd properly brought ne
tlon hero, nnd that neither the appoint
ment of the administrators nor the
commencement of the action In New
l.o rk was causo for abatement of the
action commenced here
Mrs. Ilourke, daughter of the late
I) II. Smith, Is beneficiary under tho
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Tho hand will play tho following se
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grounds this afternoon, beginning
at 3 o'clock;
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Overture Jubilant Klotow
Duet Excelsior Balfe
Selection Illgoletto Verdi
Vocal Selection, Four Amcrlc.m Songs
Musical Comedy Kitty Gicy (new)
Aria The Siege of Corinth (new)
Fantasia Tho 01or of Dijon (new)
Selection American Melodies (b)
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