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nno of the haole party. It Is night.
They are standing on the brink of a
cauldron of heaving lavn. In the back
ground aro cones snouting fire ami
brlmetono and Hawaii promotion lit
erature. Tho heroins, a beautiful part
Hawaiian, In n daring mood and be
lieving that Pcle will not harm her,
leaves the party to skirt the edge of the
I pit and get nearer the spouting coues
Then there's something doing In tht
pit. The lava bursts Its bounds In a
m alien stream that cuts off tho hero
Ino from the rest of the party and
just when all Is lost tho hero remem
bers that ho has made the trip from
Lycurgus' Volcano House In his auto
mobile and drles his machine across
the hellish path and back again with
the heroine In his arms. Knd of Act. 1.
Act 2 discovers everybody at a luau,
given In honor of the hero's daring ex
ploit. The heroine throws him a few
Walklkl-beach glances. For humor;
Somo of the guests at tho luau do fun
ny stunts trying to cat pol without a
spoon and a bib and an old party car
ries on a flirtation with another man's
wife by mistake aniTgets hit over tho
head with a raw squid, or some such
Idea. Then the moonlight Is turned on
and beguiling music aids digestion
while Indigenous dancing, abridged,
gives physical emphasis to harmony.
Uy this time the curious continental
would be ready for tho Bccno already
created by Wilkes.
There is positively only one advme
criticism that can be made of the de
lightful sketch by Wilkes, as acted last
night: When Karle, as Dalton, other
wise effectively perfect, sobs because
his former friend makes no sign of
forgiveness for his deception, ho
would better coror his face with his
hands or turn his head away, thus be
ing moro natural and not making the
gallery laugh. The souna of a man's
sob Is heartrending, but the sight of n
man sobbing Is often so odd that It If
runny. Tho gallery, not ovcnmlltc, al
WILKES' SUCCESSFUL SKETCH
AND A ROARINO FARCE DY
BUHLER'S CLEVER FOLKS.
The music of the orchestra Is stilled
and an expectant hush settles upon th
crowded house. The curtain rises, dis
closing a scene dearly familiar to Ha
waiian folks: A lel-crowneu maiucn,
lightly fingering a softly eloquent
guitar, gracefully seated on tho ver
anda rail of her Honolulu nome, wnue
near her, enraptured by the gently
wlnntne melody, stands her haolo lov
er, drinking In her beauty with th
romance of tho music
And so tho play begins, Ernest
Wilkes' artistic Hawaiian love Btory In
ono act, staged under tho personal dl
rectlon of Richard Iluhlcr at the Or
pheum theater for tho first time last
evening which has been talked of to
much ever since It was known that Mr.
Wilkes had written a sketch especially
for local production by tho National
Stock Company proved a decided suc
cess, was received with tho utmost ap
preciation and roused subtly sweet emo
tions In tho hearts of all.
Wilkes calls his play "Tho Half'
White." The author plays Charles
Scott, a young American In Hawaii
who sees In I.elaloha. a beautiful part-
Hawaiian girl, tho embodiment or an
the love and beauty, poetry and ro
mance, grace and fascination that
seems to him to bo natural to these
lovely Islands. There Is a pretty love ways notices theso llttlo things.
scone In which they try to tell each "Turned Up," a three-act farce, fol
ether how much they love. Vain task! lowed "The Half White" and Is the
Handsome Urenda Fowler plays l.ci- most tremendously lauchable and d
aloha and sho gives to tho character llclotisly tunny comedy ever staged In
all that witching winsomeness, an uai tms city. Tho big house was In con
natural, unaffected womanllnws for .uilstons most of the time. It was pos
whlch It calls. Iltlvely Immcnte and those who miss
Knter Colonel John WInsor, a Chlra- this greatest of roaring farces and tho
go millionaire. Here wo have Uuhler.Leautltul llttlo Hawaiian play, and the
In tho part. It Is twenty years slnca songs and dances on the side, tonight
Col. WInsor was in Hawaii. Ho en-land tomorrow evening, will bo dcprlv
deavors to advise the lover not to wedjlng themselves of tho most delightful
I.elaloha, declaring that this passion bill Iluhlcr's fine players have present
Superintendent Dabbltt has written
the following letter to the Governor:
"Honolulu, January 12. 1BUS.
"His Excellency, George It. Cartel
Governor of the Territory.
'Sir: Enclosed I beg to hand you
copies of the correspondence which ha
passed between W. II. Knrrlngton, on
of the Commissioners of the Depart!
tnent of Public Instruction, and rresl
dent Wheeler, of tho University of Call.
fornla. also !:. c. Moore, president of
the summer school In Horkcley .relative
to the Plan whereby tho teachers of lha
public schools of the Territory of Ha
waii might be enabled to attend sum
tner schools on tho Coast.
"Copies of those letters have boeu
given the Commission about to start
for Washington, who have promised
tneir aid in mo waiter.
"Copies have also been sent to tin
Delegate In Washington, and to scv
t-ral Senators and Representatives In
"While the reply of 8ecrcUry Tnft
to President Moore seems to Indicate a
finality In the matter, the Department
Is loath to drop It, and hopes that b
tho aid of Its Influential friends, It may
still be brought about.
"May I solicit your aid In this mat
ter, which will mean so much to tin
teachers of Hawaii, and through then
to the children and parents of the Ter
rltory. Yours very respectfully,
"(8lgned) W. II. UAIIHITT,
"Superintendent of Public Instruction."
The correspondence referred to was
published In the Bulletin last week. In
this Wheeler and others heartily en
dorse tho plan, but Secretary Taft
states that tho transports wll not havti
any accommodations to spare for th
Is a mero passing fancy that he will
some day regret. The lover, of course,
Is all tho more In love with his sweet
heart because he is opposed. Tho Col
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Tbs Orphoum stage Improvements
made last week, add greatly to the ef
feet nnd tremendous success of thi N'n.
oncl then tells his own story, how that tlonal Stock Company's masterly pro
a scoro of years ago ho married a part- ductlons. Tonight and tomorrow cen
Hawaiian and, after they hod llvdd hap Ing "The Halt Whlto" nnd "Turned
plly tor a year, he was called back tn up will be repeated. Don't be a dor
the States and left her tinder tho pro mouse, secure seats early
lection or a menu, no receivcu a icv
ter after a while from this frlcndvcou
fesstng that ho had always loved l-el-aloha.
Tho Colonel believes his wlfo
fnla .l linM linana (tint aitih Its atoilil
II. warn, Sco t not to be ed to endure'1 Cnl' """ " "". Washing
similar Buffering. I.elaloha hears th ton, Dec. 20. Rumors here to tho cr-f tnko tip their duties In the school nt
speech and confronts tho Colonel, feet (lint Luke E. Wright of Tennessco. hnt place.
Something of old speaks to his heart i. ,,, -,.i, ,,, li, , . ..! Cnnntv Atlnrnev Williams nrrtved
-.,. ho- .. nnltnn lha fnlulfvlm- - - . I.- i f mo ui uui , ..', . ..... ,u
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cncral Prosser beforo the lattcr'a do-
WRIGHT WILL STAY
NEWS NOTES OF KONA
(IfprcM to The IMlttln)
Kallua, Kona, Jan. 15. Deputy At
torncy General Prosser and High Sher
iff Henry were tho guests of W. D.
McWayno during their stay In Kona.
Judgo Matthowman slnco his return
to Kona has been living at his moun
tain bungalow on tho Blope of Iluala
al. Land Commissioner T. C. Whlto
wont to Kau this week on land mai
lers connected with tho homesteads
there. On Saturday he caused tho ar
rest of Ah .Tim, a Chinese, who was
cutting wood on tho government pre
serves. Tho offender was fined ono
hundred dollars by Judge Walpullanl.
Misses lien Taylor and Jennie Jones
utter an enjoyable vacation trip to
Hllu returned to Walohlnu In timo to
iricnu, appears 10 wimu umi nc m-u .vlll ,. g..P,ij i.v tnmflL v Rmlih II
when he wrote the Colonel that hi, TcXolyZr'JLo
wife was other than faith ul. l.eioiotia, ihUpnneg commission nro denied bv pnrturo for Honolulu,
oca nst whom the Colonel has attempt- J,""'i.1"' "..;. m.i.V? ..?:..."? I sn,r .. n mi
!!lnt0J,.nTJi!f.i e ' Co,one" Governor Wright was expected to re- "torekeeper of Kalnallu, was nearly
turn to tho Philippines nt tho exp ra-!''le" 'al rlu "' r '"""'"V ""'""
.. ... '. i 1. ...- .I.Ii.Im, tin Iu maf nltt nf ilnH.
lion or his present leave of absence.
There has been some criticism In
ha was driving.
Ho U now out of dan
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Short and pretty, well written and
well staged, well acted and well ro-
noli Ait Wtinfr mstA iIaai AtiJk U'nni f
Although there was the hush of ex- "" ,c'rc,er 1!0,IJ ,n hl country
.i,.i,..,An.i,r,ni,, and In tho Philippines of Governor
rose, when tho pretty Hawaiian pie-' fEht's admin stratlon, but It Is not,
turo had been fairly observed, a wav believed hero that any dissatisfaction
of appreciation swept over tho audi- "' " 'a expressed by either
.,.,. .i ,An ,rni-A in .iLn.i n,. tho President or Secretary Taft. Tho
..io,.. Ti,.n 0,iui r,.in,,..,i ni-nin iimt latter elves no uncouraKcmcnt to tho comes from HIIo. whero V. II. McStock.
tho Hawaiian Kinging might bo heard; report that General Smith may ultl er Is nt present, that tho now Kona
ii. nn-iminn n. fniimvn.i i.v L-rKni iiiatelv succeed Governor Wrlelit. plantation Is art assured fact this time.
enthusiasm. There wcro lines that I Somo Catholic Influence, which are This report has been so current of
brought forth tumultuous rt)3ponsc!i sold to bo hoBtllo to Wright's admlnls- kite that Konaltes nru beginning to
from the houso nnd thcro were passage tratlon, havo opposed certain features ako koiuo stock In It (tho report), nnd
that brought out suspicious sounds ao-lof General Smith's work as chief of tro making their futuro arrangements
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chiefs. At the fall of the curtain tho Philippines, but these Influences have reality
applause was heartily assuring. The , not made their power felt In Washing,
first Hawaiian play to be presented by ton, whero General Smith's policy Is
professional players had made n great highly commended by tho officials hav
hit had scored a big bucccbs. ing chargo of Philippine nffalrs.
The most manifest feeling of ths Apparently, from Secretary Taft's
houso was that there was not enough comment on the current reports ro
of the play. The peoplo liked It and gar ding Governor Wight's retirement, 'ngton. Miss Pocklngton, Miss liar
wanted iriore. Ino change Is contemplated In tbo head greavc. From Mahukona: R. H. Elgin.
llerause some haole husbands have 0f the Philippines govenment. i l"rom Kona; M. F. Prosser, Sborlff
Per stmr. Mauna I,oa, from Kau,
Kona and Maul ports, Jan. 1C. From
Kau: Archdeacon Jeffries, Mrs. Pock'
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deserted parHlawallan wives, because
unfaithfulness Is not unknown here,
and because some folks back tn Ho
boken, New Jersey, and other plaies
on the map still entertain the Idea that
the "Island of Honolulu" is tun oi
cannibals, tho play may be said to be
guilty of a moral. Most plays are. In
cidentally, howovcr, and in enso ino
play becomes famous on the mainland
(as It deserves to, with a llttlo develop
ment) and takes Its place among Ha
waii promotion propaganda, It nay lis
remarked that 'the gentle arts of un
faithfulness and desertion are no more
common In Haw-all than they nre In
New York or Oakland. Among the
simpler peoplo of tho youngwr races
tho artificialities of courte3anshlp may
bo lacking, but love and real human
nature aro tho samo all the llttlo old
If Wilkes will odd a couple of scenes
to his pretty play, with a pinch of fun
to relieve tho tremulo, he win make u
lilt with It on tho mainland whero
folks would demand more than tlir
taste, calling for a whole square meal.
Wilkes' play opens with the lovers al
ready in each otners- arms, uevciop.
lnc It for mainland audiences, ho might
start with a party of tourists visiting
tho voltano on Hawaii. Tlio ncro is
Henry, W. M. Campbell, Geo. Mills, II.
In the city of Jaipur, India, visited T. Mills, U. Wassraan, K. Mamoto.
recently by the Prince and Princess of From Maul: W. J. Dyer, h. Ilarkhau
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