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The Opera llour e was filled yesterday
afternoon with students from the vari
ous educational Institutions and others
to hear Frederick Wnrde peak on
Shakespeare and his rJ'-i7. Tho hour
for the beginning of tiiC Icrture was an
nounced as 3 o'clock but t'uo theater
was filled a long time previous to that
time. Mr. Warde spoke for nearly two
hours and at not one moment during
that time did Interest in the speaker
and his valuable words abate.
lly way of Introduction, Mr, Wnrdo
spoke of the life of the poet. He told
of Bliakcpcnre' father and mother,
of the earlier dnys of the poet up to
his nrilval at tho ace of 18 when ho
married Ann llathewny, a lady eight
years his senior. It had been alleged
by some that Ills marriage was an un
happy one but this ' o'.ild no! lime been
the catc, considering the creation of
the beautiful and womanly womcu In
The poaching Incident which result
ed In the departure of the poet from
Stratford was also dwelt upon. Then
i a me the lampooning ot Sir Thomas
I.ucey, showing for the first time tho
literary capacity of the poet The ca
reer of Shakiipeapre In Loudon oc
cupied tie speaker for some length of
Mr. Warde next took up llio period
when the poet was In the nervlce ol
the Old Globe theater At that time,
he was engaged In many varieties ot
literary labor. II wilted plays, re
wrote them and produced now ones.
Heferenr? v.an nxt made to tho con
troversy that some'onc other than
Shakrfpeaiv wiote tin works ucrro-
dlted to him. The controversy, ho said,
was one which wan raging with bitter-
ncss. Delia llaeon. n poor demented
lady of St. Louis, hnd wld die thought
the woilts of Shakspari were really
those of her ancnior. Lord FTancis lln
con, Ignatlu Donnelly Dr. Owns
and others took up th' fight
Mr. Warde ilmdiiicil Ilacr.n as a tra
cler a student, a ioldli and a states
man and ene. wii the words: "I
would as oon doutT the authenticity
of the Lord's prayer, which I learned
to lltp In i hlldhooil at my mother's
knee, as to believe lifut any other bund
than that of Shak"p'arc wrote tho
plays asi rlb"d to his pen
The speaker uext thowed that the
writings of He. on onst of essays,
woiks wlil h lon'om logl" hut nothing
of Imagination. The wilting o( i
Shakeipeapr on the other hand.'wcro
full of gems of potty" Theic wiib not
a note In the gamuCbf human passions
which had not b'."-n struck by the
master harl frci tlio lowering am
bltlon of the king to the first faint
fluttering of love In the maiden's heart.
What matter If nil hit plays were not
the creatures of the imagination. He
took the dramaK of the Italians and
gave them life and vitality
Mr. Warde next dwelt on Shakes
peare as an hpostle of Christianity and
mentioned the fact that it had been
computed th'flt in the mime of God aud
mercy appear 937 tunes in tho works of
the pott. Next came Illustrations, Mr.
Warde taking Wolsey In Henry VIIL
The prayer of Henry V beforo tho
French army, of Richmond on the cvo
of Dosworth Field and the appeal of
the King In Hamlet wero also given.
Then came other characters In Shakes
In doting, Mr. Warde said that ono
should not be frightened In taking up
Shakespeare. The greatest charm
about the poet was his simplicity. Ono
of the first things to do was to burn
the commentarliH. if thero wero nono
of these. Shake rpeare would bo better
read than he i The thing to do was to
go right to the words of the author
himself. If the poet had Intended
works for the library reader he would
have made his poems epics. Shakes-
peaie should be read first for the story,
then for the poetry, next for the phil
osophy nnd finally for tho beautly. Tho
words ami thoughts should bo inwardly
digested. To understand hjs beauties
was to grow nearer to Rod
DAMON AND PYTHIAS TONIGHT
The play tonight at the Opera Houso
Is "Damon anil Pythias" presented by
Mr. Warde and his company. This will
be an Imellectuul as welt as draniatla
treat, and will receive full Justice at
the hands of Mr. Wnido and his cloer
support. The following will bo th
Damon, a Senator oI Syracuse....
.Mr. Frederick Wuula
Pythias a soldier, his friend ....
Mr. Chares I). Heunan
Dlonyslus, General of tho Army....
Ml-. Harry M. O'Connor
I'hllUtlus. President of tho Senate
Mr. Francis I). McGinn
Damocles, a enator ., Mr. J. T. Hun Is
1'ioclos. a soldier .... Mr. II. C. Ilaiton
Lucullus, servant to Damon ....
Mr. H. Coleman
First Senator Mr. J. Mnnlssey
Second Senator Mr. J. K, Hynei
Thlul Senntor Mr. K, O. McLcod
Fourth Senator Mr. It. Watton
Calanthe, betrothed to l'jtlilas...
Miss Antoinette Ashton
lleimlon, wife to Damon
.... Miss Virginia Drey Trescott
Tomorrow evening tho great per
formance of "Macbeth" occurs. This
will be an Interesting event as. "Mac
belli" has never been seen In Honolulu.
Mr, Warde is said to Invest tho title
part with full dramatic feeling aud
those on the Mainland who havo seen
him In the part say It Is one of his best
creations. Thursday night the local
lodge of i:ika will mako a gala night
at the Opera House, as Mr. Warde re
peats his remarkablo characterization
of "Jlelphegor, the Mountebank," un
der their auspices. Tho theater will
be appropriately decorated In honor of
the ooasloii, and a local photogiaphor
It, to make a flashlight plcturo of the
large and distinguished nudlcnco that
will be present on this occuslon.
Thos Nahlwa, tho Knmehnmelin stu
dent charged with assault with a wea
pon on one of tho young ludles of tho
Institution, was to havo appealed In
the Police Court today but did not
show up Judge Wilcox huvlug learn
ed that the Gland Jmy hail refused
to Indict the young Huwullan, stated
that his non-appearance was very
probably due to a' misunderstanding,
LOCAL AND GENERAL
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Furnished room for gentleman for
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Neatly furnished house of 40 rooms,
best location In town, rent cheap. Deck
The late Admiral Sampson represent
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A nicely furnished cottage on Vine
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column for particulars.
Bourbon Whiskey, b years old, S3.5Q;
Claret, 60 cents; Sherry and Tokay, 75
cents a gallon at Hollschlaeger Co.'s,
Dr. and Mrs. Henry W. Howard en
tertained Mr. and Mrs. Frederick
Waide, MIfs Warde and Miss May
Warde at dinner last evening.
13. O. Hall & Sou haw Just placed
on display In their bicycle department
new 190- models of Columbia, Clevu
land and Humbler chalnlcss blcclcs.
Josephlna da Costa, being unable to
piocure a surety on her bond, has re
signed its' guaidlan of her two mluor
children and nominated M. G. Sllvu iu
The bankruptcy case of Chang Chock
Chlng was continued by J udgc Ustee
this morning until June 13. It is tho
easo where some of the bankrupt part
ncis had gone to China before tbf
M. J. llorgas. the Knpalama grocer,
has been arrested on the charge ot
nssault ami battery on his wife. Tim
rase will come up In tho l'ollce Court
tomorrow. Some sensational dctclop
merits uro expected.
Jas. II. Iloyd. Superintendent of I'ub
lie Works, and Chas. Dwlght, Itoad Su
pervisor, left for Hllo In tho Klniiu to
day to look over tho roads inrt attend
to Bomo land matters there. They will
bo buck In the samo steamer Saturday
Mrs. Haalclea gave a farewell
luncheon to Mrs. John Kna today al
her home In Holanl Pa, Richards street.
There wero twelve ladles piesent. .Mrs.
Ena leaves for the Coat In the Ala
meda tomorrow nnd will be away a
couplo oj months or so.
James II. Iloyd, Superintendent of
Public Works, In his Injunction suit
against the Hawaiian Tramwajs Co.
aud W. H. Pain to hac girder rails
removed from King street, has by his
attorneys, Robertson & Wilder, Riven
'notice to the company named to pro-
duco "a letter dated July 21, 1899. ad
dressed t W. II. Pain, manager of the
Hawaiian Tramways Company, Limit
ed, and signed by J. A. Hasslnger,
chief clerk of' the Interior 'Depart
ment." Tho drawings tor tho ladies' singles
In tho tennis tournament were held
yesterday with tho following result:
Mrs. S. G. Wilder vs. .Miss L. K. Ward;
Miss LHlicl Horner vs. Miss N. Adams;
Mrs. Richard I vers vs. Mrs. Mary Gunn,
and Miss Cunha vs. Mrs. A- M. Drown.
The games this nfternoon will bo M
follows: At 4 o'clock, Miss Hornet
and Miss Adams on the Ilcrctanla
courts, and Mrs. Wilder and Miss Ward
on tho Pacific courts; at S o'clock. Miss
Cunha uml Mrs. Drown on the Here
tanhi courts, nnd Mrs. hers and Mrs.
Gunn on the Pacific courts.
SIM B TMUBIE
Annie V. Akong npienred In the
l'ollce Court this fonoon against Hu
dolph M. Duncan whom shu chuigcs
with tearing down a stable on her
placa In Kulllii. After all the cvMuiich
for the (irosciution was tieaid, thu dn
fendant was committed to tho Circuit
Comt for trial. He was d?fuulcd by
Attorney II. It. llitcluock Willc At
torney Hobertson leprescntcd the
It appears that Duncan Is u lessin of
a pint of the premie of Jli'J. Akong
upon wIiIlIi ho had erected u Mehto fo'
his horses. Having gone out of the
ballestlng business, he desired to tt&t
down IiIh barn and so went to the plaro
yesterday Willi a gang of men aud did
what be set out to do.
It seems that Human Is ki. k three
months on thu rent and tlut tbU Is
rtally nt the bottom of all tli" trouble
Today temporaiy Injunction was li-
sued by Judge Humphios lesiialiilng
fiuther action on the iait of Dmicau,
tho plaintiff, .Mrs. AKong. co'iir.lalliln
that she fears tbo latter Intends nlsu
to tear down a tottago on the premi
ses. I'lalntlff further asks in her Htl-
tlon for n temporary Injunction thai
sho considers herself damaged In tht
sum of 1 100 by the tearing down und
carting away of the stable.
WERE NOT GAMI1LING.
Illght Chinamen wero arrested tho
other night at Loo Jou's plate on Man
naken street, the police finding them
in a room, seated around a table upon
whlrh wero dominoes, and money. Tho
police did not catch tbo Chinamen In
tho actual playing of a gambling game
and thercfoio tried in the rollco Court
thhj forenoon to get the necefsaiy In
rormation out or n tnupie or inn gnniu
lers thcniiielu's The men nald they
ucio simply In the loom for n quiet
lllllrt talk, that theie was no tuonej nn
tbo tnblo and no gumo In progiess.
This settled the case for the prosecu
tion, all eight defendants weie dls
chaiged and Attorney llrooks went ofl
I'llday Is to be tho great day for state
eents In ICnglanil. The flrtt comt wan
held on Friday. Tho King's birthday
Is to be celebrated on Friday, anil tht
coronation procession Is to be ou Frl-
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SI you borrowed of me sixteen years
ngo. Thought Id forgot It, did ye'"
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Scoral gamrj of the third round ot
the golf tournament were played last
Hniidaj on tho links at Moannhia. Nor
man Kny defeated It. Jainlcpon by 7
UP and to pld Holcrt Anderson dc
eatcd II. Olffard b 4 up and 3 to play.
The game between I). W. Anderson nnd
A. Clarvle resulted in a tic. During the
week the finishing games of the third
round will be played. Donald Hoss
against Donald Mclntyrc and D. V.
Anderson and A. Ganle playing oft
their tie. The fourth round of the
tournament will take place on or before
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