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Robert Burns' birthday was commem
orated last night by the Scottish Tlilb-
tlo Club In the Wmerley Hall The
place was crowded. The celebration
was one of the most Interesting that ha
ccr taken placo In Honolulu and
ecryono present was an enthusiast
Tings of Hcotland, Amerkn, Ireland,
Great Urltaln and Hawaii decorated
the -large hall.
Charles C Cockbiirn, chief of the
Thlstto Club, occupied tho chair. After
a few remarks Chairman Cockbiirn
made arrangements to begin the official
program. With few exceptions the pro
gram was carried out as had been pre
The opening address of the etcnlng
by Robert Anderson was well dellcred,
enthusiastically recched and a fitting
Introduction to the splendid oratory
that followed Attorney General Pet
ers' response to the toast "The Presi
dent" was brief, patriotic and to tho
point, frank Thompson In speaking to
the toast, "Tho I-anil Wo Lhe In,
struck a rcsponsUo chord In the hearty
of his nurilenrc evidenced In w lid checru
and literal thunders of applause. It.
W. llreckons, speaking for the "Bar,
was ory well rcccUed, and P 12. Tosh
offered ono of the best speeches of the
cenlng In his response to "The Land
o' Hums "
The music of the program wn, as
usual, ono of tho best features. An
orchestra under the direction of Mr.
Stockton did excellent sen Ice. Kcry
soloist was forced to respond to an en
core and there, was nothlne missing to
make memorable tho great Scottish an
niversary, Mr Anderson's address was a glow
ing tribute to the great Scotchman. He
snld In part:
It's rather hard, at this time of day,
to say anything cry new or original
about Itoliert Hums. Kor over a ecu
tury his birthday has been observed,
his memory honored, his songs sung,
his poems recited, his life dissected, his
forbears resurrected ana oery irng
tnont of Hurnstana collected by his
multitude of fervent admirers. And
what, on this 25th of January, 190C, do
wc find to bo the net result of all these
celebrations ami discussions and re
searches? Is It not that, as the jcars
go by, his namo Is more widely lion
nrcd nnd Ills memory more deeply re
vered? Never has there been a proph
i-y more amply fulfilled than that of
Uurns when ho said to his faithful
wlfo: "Jean, they'll think malr o' me
hundred tears after this!"
His songs have most emphatically
stood tho test of tlmo and arc, today,
by far tho most popular of any Scot
tish songs and tho number of Scot
tish songs Is legion, for all Scotsmen
arc poets or think they are! It Is said
that, on the occasion of the tlslt of one
of tho well-known poets to the com
paratively small town i of Paisley (I
hopo I am not wounding tho feelings
of any "I'alsla huddles" hero tonight
when 1 tall It that It Isn't really so
big as Its reputation would lead one to
suppose), ho wns greeted with the re
mark, "Come, aw a, there's aboot secv
cnty malr o' us here!" It Is certainly
b fact that nearly all Paisley people
ire poets and It Is generally believed
liiat they all earry corkscrew s. wheth
er or not there Is any connection be
tween theso two characteristics I am
not prepared to decide.
I have paid that Hums' songs are by
far tho most populur of any Scottish
songs. Why they nro not Invariably
sung at Scottish gatherings Is probably
because many of tho tunos to which
they are set arc rather hard to sing
properly and aro unsuitcd to masculine
voices. Hut what love. Bongs are there
llko "Annlo Laurie," "Oreen Grow the
Rashes," "My Nannie 0!" "Tho Ijiss
o' Halloihmyle," "Afton Water," "Ye
Hanks and Uracsl" "John Andcrtuti
My Jo," "Ao Kond Kiss," "0' a' the
Mrts," "My Nannie's Awn," "My Love
Is I.Ike a Red Red Rose," "Comln'
Through tho Ityo." "0! Wert Thou In
the Cauld Hlast"?
Mr. Anderson's remarks were Inter
esting as welt as entertaining. In con
clusion ho hail tho following to sa) .
Thcro Is llttlo tlmo to consider tho
Infinite variety of his genius along
tllicr lines his pawl.) songs Ilka
'Whlstlo nnd I'll como to yo my lad,
"Hunt an Gray," "Whistle owcr the
lavo o'et," "The dell's awn wl" tho ex
clscmnn," "Sic a wife as Willie had,
and that peculiarly Scottish gem, "The
vvenry puud o' tow"; or his soilal and
domestic poems, llko "The Cottar s Sat-1
urday Night," "Hallowe'en," "Tho Twit,
Dogs" and the "Address to a Haggis
Ills "Tarn o' Shantcr" Is simply the
bubbling over of the spirit of fun which
ho possessed In so great a measure, and
his wlfo rclatoi that, on tho da he com
posed It, while ho was reciting It to
himself, ho was so overcome with tho
lslon of Tarn's befuddled adventure
that she found him rolling on tho grass
In a fit of uncontrollable laughter.
And ct how solemn and mournful lie
could become! His "Man was made to
mourn" Is a rlvul to Gray's "Hlegy,"
and suVpasscs It for sheer melancholy
whllo same of his dirges and tragic
fragments exhibit tho very serious side
of Ills nature He wroto Masonic
bongs for his brethren of tho craft, lis
wroto political sUlts, ha wroto epitaphs
for his friends and epitaphs for IiIb
enemies (and they weren't at nil the
name kind of epitaphs j. ho wroto the
llnest drinking song wo have, "Willie
brewed a peck o' maut," ho gavo the
world a parting pong in "Aulil I.ang
Syno," and ho wrote tho grandest war
hymn and National Anthem that has
ever been penned Ho whoso blood docs
not run faster, whose heart does not
beat quicker, whoso head is not held a
llttlo higher and who does not have to
keep swallowing a lump In his throat
when "Scots who line" Is sung Is no
Scotsman, Is not patriotic and Is not
a man to be trusted.
As I have already said, It Is Impos
sible, In the course of n speoih like
this, to do more than mcrelv Indicate
some of the traits In our beloved Hard
which have endeared him to every true
Scot and which will keep his memur)
green while our grey Scottish hills en
dure. Hut, Indeed, there Is little pros
pect of Hums being forgotten liter)
jcars, hundreds, ayo ttnusands of
speeches on Uurns aro delivered In all
parts of the world on this memorable
twcnty-llfth of January whhh. nearly
a hundred nnd fifty jears ago, ushered
Into life this King of Scottish to fig on
whose empire of hearts the sun hus
never set. And It never will set so long
as Scotsmen wander from their uu
conquered shores carrjlng with them
as they nhvajs do, that lova of country
that proud remembrance of their na
tion's noble history and I know ol
none that has a nobler that kindly
feeling to all brother Scots, that hatred
of oppression and wrong, and Hint glor
ious love of liberty and Independence
which Is our national birthright
The program was as follows
Chief Jas 1. Cockbiirn
Overture "Honnlo Scotland'
Song "There Was a Ijid Was Horn
In Kle" V W Anderson
Toast The Immortal Memory of
Robert Hums .... Robert Anderson
"We'll a' be prood o' Robin "
Song "Macgrcgor's Gathering"
Toast The President of the United
States . . .Attorney-Gen. H C Peters
Song "Sans Tol" ....I. S. Ullllngham
Toast The King nnd Queen
God Savo the King
Song "Scotland". .James I I'enwlck
Toast Tho Land Wo Live In . .
. .' Frank H Thompson
"Then here's a han' in) trust) frlen".
March "A Prince of Good I'cllows"
Bong "The Star o' Robbie Burns".
Toast The Lnnd o' Hums P E Tosh
"O Scotia! my,dcar, my native soil!
Song "Hums and Scotland Yd" ..
Toast Tho liar
..US. District Atty. R W llreckons
Recitation "Tain o' Shanter"
Toast The I assies J. M. Laird
"What signifies tho life o' man
An' 'twere na' for the lasses, O"
Song "The Old Brlgado"
Jas. I.. Cockbiirn
Toast Tho Press... Visiting Pressmen
"A chlcl's among )o takln" notes
An' faith he'll prcnt It "
"Auld I.niig Syne."
HALEIWA GOLF TOURNEY
Here Is a story wherein hearts aflama
with love do noble battle against dark
villain) wherein poetic Justice tri
i uinphs at the end and a blood) feud
culminates in a manner most romantli
Tho National Stoik Company last even
Ing produced nt the Orpheum theater
the llnest melodrama of Its splcndldl)
successful season In 'The Black
Hand," a thrilling story of the Ken
tucky hills, Richard Biihlcr and 111 J
great company take the audience with,
them at tho start, holding an Interest I
throughout as B)inpathetlc as It Is In
The situations arc peculiarly artlstlo
and exceedingly strong. They stir to.
a pitch of excitement seldom equalled i
Surprise follows surprise In n manner,
that maintains an excitement that i
Richard Uiihler, ns an oculist, the
last of the Marnimi In a feud with the ,
Claytons, Is the hero of the play. His
life Is In danger on every hand as soon
as he sets foot In the neighborhood ol
the Clnjtons He falls In love with the
Cla)ton daughter and she Is possessed
of the same tender emotion for him
The Idea of Mnrcum marr)lng n Claj
ton Is, In the light of the feud, Impos
sible, for old-man Clayton has been
rendered blind by )oung Marcum's
father. Duhler Is the finished artist
In every detail of his performance. His
poise Is perfect and his action grand
Tom 1-owell pla)S (labo Stetson, lead
cr of The Black Hand, a band of as
sassins. He has n passion for belle,
the daughter of Col. Cta)ton She
spurns the villain's suit and'tho man
ner of her several stirring escapes from
his power gives to tho story a trcnicnd
In this part Lowell Is better than In
any previous production As Gabe
Stetson ho becomes the consummate
actor, He docs not overdraw, nor does
he fall lu any particular to give each
line Its full force He Is splendid
Charles Place takes the part of blind
Colonel Clnton and docs It thoroughly
In the last act he brings down tho houso
with his unexpected unarming nnd
shooting of the leader of tho Black
Rupert Drum makes n good moun
talncer nnd furnishes some of the
merriment of the play His laugh Is
not the smallest of his assets. Henry
Aiierbach ns n Hutch grocer brings In
a load nf humor In his usual inimitable
st)le II II Earle ns the prodigal sou
of Col Clavton Is forceful nnd most
satisfactory, especially In tho scene In
which he attempts to kill the hero
Ernest Wilkes shows well ns Shcrllf
Bangs nnd Walter Renfort makes up as
a lively "no nrcounl nigger ' Uremia
Povvler, ns Belle, true daughter of tint
South, finds the tender places In the
hearts of the nucllcnce and pours Into
them a full ineistiro of emotion Louise
Orrndnrf. n Maria, a fortune teller, Is
Lilian Howard In the part of Mrs
Clancy, a lano wldd), Is Immense and
supplies the greater vortlon of the
comedy. Her brogue Is excellent nnd
refreshing and her manner Is delicious
iii-r uiierprc-iuuun ui mis cnurncicr m
but another proof of tho wonderful
versatility of her talent Juliette
Chandler makes a rollicking dusky
The houso last evening was frequent
and enthusiastic In Its applause and the
play was a most decided hit Tonight
j and tomorrow "Tho Black Hand" will
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