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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. It., SATURDAY, JAN 27. 1900. ' .
The Little Ads with the Big Results
See Poko 8, NSW TO-DAY, for New Ada,
HOUBE On Vineyard St.
HOUBS On Beach at Walklkl.
OFFICE!) In Watty Building.
WAREHOUSES On Queen Street.
TmproTed and Unimproved Proper
Houses In all rarti ot the City,
DI81IOP & CO.,
1 1-2 story residence. 1213 Matlock ave.
4 bdr., clec. wire, ono block from 2
car lines; good locality; $20 p. m.
I. E. It Strauch, Walty Bldg., 74 S.
King St. 3260-tl
Furnished room, good locality, suitable
for housekeeping or 2 gentlemen. At
783 Bcretanla St. 3270-lw
Cottages In Chrlitly Lane. Apply
Wong Kwal, Smith St, mauka Hotel
Cheapest, coolest furnished rooms In
city. Helen's Court, Adams lane.
wly furnished mosquito proof rooms.
A 84 Vineyard SL 2728-tf
Burnished rooms at 1223 Emma street
Mrs. McConnelL 2863
On Ilapld Transit car between Wal
klkl Turn and Walklkl, an Aloha
Templo fez, Finder return to this
office for reward. 3271-tf
A yellow spitz dog Owner can navel
Basic by paying for ad. Apply this I
. office. 3289-lw
jsajsr- Fine Job Printing at the Bul
Hawaiian Ballasting Company.
Best black sand from $2 to 13 a load
according to distance hauled. Coral
rocks for stable, roads and side
walks; firewood. Third door below
King, Maunakea SL; P. O. box 820.
Telephone Main 398.
DYEING AND CLEANING
Uemura dyes (any color) and cleans
clothes; repairs bicycles and fur
nishes employees. 620 King 8t.
T. Hayashl Clothes cleaned, repaired Co nd Won0 Kau 'or lock, gun
and dyed. 637 Borctanla SL I mltU and gcnoral repairing. Nuu-
; anu betw. Merchant and King Sts.
EMPLOYMENT OFFICE. I 3278-lm
For house-help, phone White 2891, Ma.
klkL General Employment Office,
cor. Pensacola and Berctanla.
(.Umbrellas repaired and brass polish
lng. Takata, 1281 Fort SL
Blank books of all sorts, lodgers.
He, manufactured by the Bulletin Pub
MONEY TO LEND.
On Jewelry and merchandise. The J.
Carlo Pawn :o Hotel and Union.
Wne Job I'rlnJn ai Th.- ilnllMla
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g If You Want Real Good,
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Weekly Bulletin $1 Pep Year
Decf cattle for sale at Ka-
'I huku nancb, Kau, Ha-
nail. 3212 u
Fine corner lot In Maklkl. Curblns,
water, fruit and ornamental treea
and all Improvement. Two mln
utea' walk from cars and Punahou
College. Address IL F., this offloe,
SettlnRs of thoroughbred Illack Minor
ca Eggs; )3.00 per setting. Apply
to Henry C. Vlda, Telephone M. 38
decend-hand Smith Premier typewrit'
er. In good condition. Inquire Sing
er Sewing Machine Store, Alakea St.
In quantities, sprouted cocoanuts from
one to two years old. Apply It. 0.,
Box 40. I.thuc. Kauai. 32C6-lm
Cheap Home near Park, Walklkl,
Address It. S. K.. Ilulletln.
Good Jcriicy cow will pay good price;
cash. Address K I). Ilulletln,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
EDWARD ARMITAQE, M. D., PHY
SICIAN AND SURQEON. HOTEL
STREET. OFFICE HOUR8! 8 TO 11
A. M.J 3 TO 5 P. M.; 7 TO 8 IN EVEN
ING; SUNDAY8, 9 TO 10 A. M
A. J. DERDY, D. D. 8.
BOSTON DUILDINQ, THIRD FLOOR.
A. R ROWAT, D. V. 8.,
777 KINQ ST. TEL. BLUE 3101,
W. T. RAWLINS, ATTORNEY AND
COUN8ELLOR.AT-LAW, 502 STAN
ACCOUNTANT AND AUDITOR.
L. DE L. WARD,
ACCOUNTANT AND AUDITOR,
Mr. Jas. Sheridan, pianoforte tuner,
has moved to tho piano waroruoms
ot L. E. Thayer & Co., 188 Hotel SL,
opposite Young Hotel. All orders
for tuning promptly attended to.
See Hastings for repair of Locks,
Keys, Music Boxes, Sharpening ot
Fine Cutlery. Rear Union Qrlll.
Estlmatea furnished on all kinds of
painting. All work guaranteed.
Enos Bros., Union above Hotel St.
ror nice, smooth shave call at the
Criterion Shoo. Jill Fort SL
TAKE YOUR CLOTHES TO THE
City Renovating Co:
And have them Cleaned, Pressed, Re.
paired and Dyed.
1153 :: fort :: street.
IN IDE M PL4CK
(Mnbel Porter Pitts In Town Talk
In the shady places,
That the hnnd of man has not yet pol
luted, Where the right of way still lies tin
disputed With the speaking wild.
t tmvp listened Inne In the distant
As their cries come taint through tne
In the shady places.
In the shady places
I nt times hnve Knelt In my soul's dis
quiet With my blood aflame In tumultuous
O'er n stinging wrong;
And the silence, keen to the grief I
Calms ray deep distress like a tender
In the shady places.
In the shady nlaces
I Where tho fragrance, faint, from the
111U1BI VUILU I lavs
And the winding path hides Its glad
Like a sportive child,
There I turn my steps when the world
And I find tho balm for my heart-distresses;
In the sbady places.
Miss Orma Uallcntyne, Miss Allco
lledemann and Mr. Lewis Ronton re
quest the pleasure of your company at
their combined progressive party, on
l'rlday, the 20th, beginning nt 0:40 p.
in. at the Uallcntyne residence on
Thurston nvenue." Such were the
unique Invitations received this week
In honor ot the respective birthdays ot
Orma Uallcntyne. Allco lledemann and
J-ouls Ilenton, and the Jolly party ot
thirty-six which met at tho Ballen
(yne's were taken by their hostess to
n long ana thrilling trolley nue
through the principal streets of Hono-
lulu. The young people made a tre
mendous racket and musical Instru
ments of all kinds added to the din.
Formality was thrown to tho winds t
and tho chaperoncs encouraged the'
young folk to be as gay as possible. Be-,
fore the joys ot the trolley began to I
pall everybody went to the Kenton's,
where Mrs. Ilenton was prepared to
give them a dance. The spacious rooms
were beautifully decorated with flow
ers and the young people danced to1
their hearts content. After two hours
of this enjoyment the lledemann house
was made the objective point and a de-l
llclous supper was served from three j
large tables. Mr. and Mrs. lledemann
entered Into the spirit of the affair
with much gusto. Miss Orma Ballon-
tyne presided over the yellow table,
which was elaborately decorated with
yellow cosmos. In the center ot the
table reposed a huge birthday cake .
sixteen birthday candles being lighted j
In honor of Orma's birthday At the
pink table Miss Alice lledemann did
the honors. Pink carnations and maid-cn-halr
ferns made a charming decor
ation and tho largo birthday cake In
the center had fifteen pink candles for
Alice's natal day. Mr. Louis Kenton's
table was ail In red and his cake was
Mr. Cutting! "My hoart In my mouth when I proposed to you."
Mrs. Cutting! "It wasn't Urge enough to isuse any Impediment In you.-tpeech."
Illuminated by seventeen candles In
honor of his seventeenth birthday. Tho
place cards were pen and Ink sketches
of Alice lledemann and they were clev
erly done. After supper the young peo
ple were entertained by music and they
all unltedjn saying that the evening
had, been one ot the plcasantest known
tor a long time.
Captain and Mrs, Ilobert Orahnm en
tertained at an elaborate dinner at the
Alexander Young hotel on Wednesday
evening. Covers wore laid for twenty
one, and the rounu table was prettily
decorated with red carnations and
malden-halr ferns, which completely
rocrod the doth In tho center a
candelabra with red shades cast a be
coming light The daintily painted
place cards were the handiwork of Mls.4
Gladys Orahnm, the daughter ot the
host and hostecs. Tho guests first met
In the lounglng-room, where the cock
tails were served. Many of tho gucats
wore charming frocks, the hostess In a
hand embroidered dioss of white with
plumes In her hair, looking charming.
Mrs. Henry I.yon was beautifully
dressed and she wore a becoming
wreath of white carnations In her hair.
Mrs. Albert Nlblack looked extremely
well In a black spangled late. She cai
rled a large black fan and tho costume
was particularly becoming to her
blonde type. Mrs. Cushman, In white
with touches of blue, mado a dainty
picture, and Mrs. J. O. Oilman, In soft
gray, was becomingly dressed. Among
tho guests were Captain Henry Lyon,
commandant ot the U. S, Naal Station,
and Mrs. Lyon; Captain and Mrs. Nlb
lack, U. S. N.; Lieut, and Mrs. CuhIi
man, U. S. N.; Lieut and Mrs. Slattcry,
U. S. N.; Mr and Mrs. J. O Oilman,
Mrs Slattery, Sr.. Mr. nnd Mrs. Hawes,
Miss Kathleen Cartwrlght, cx-Uovernor
Cleghorn, Count de S. Cannavaro, Mr.
Stackable, Sr., Mr. Stackablc, Jr., and
District Attorney Breckons. After
dinner many ot the guests went on to
tho surprise party gleu for Mr. and
Mrs. George Davles.
The announcement of tho engage
ment of Miss Alice Olllct to MrArthur
llerg has given much pleasure, for both
MIm Olllct and Mr. Berg are great fav
orlltns In Honolulu. Miss Olllet Is well
Known jicr, for she visited her aunt.
Mrs. McOrew, some two years ngo and
became a great faVorite with every
body Her homo Is In Detroit, Michigan.
Ono ot the plcasantest dinners ot
Sunday last was the one given by Dr.
and Mrs. Hodman at their I.lllha street
bungalow. Among tho guests were
Misses irmgard Schaefer, Anna Dun
ford, Kathleen Cartwrlght. Marian
Bcott, Dr. Edwurd Armltage, Mr. Hum
burg, Mr. Nolet and Mr. Colburn.
On Sunday evening at the Moana
hotel, .Mr. and Mrs. It. N. Paton enter
tained for Mr. and Mrs. C. W. C. Deer
Ing. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Kimball, Dr,
and Mrs. F. II. Humnhrls. Mrs. Her
mann Focke, Miss Kimball and Mr.
Ex-Oovernor Cleghorn, who often
Khes delightful little teas, entertained
at Alnahau on Thursday afternoon for
Miss O'Meara. Among those present
were Mrs. Swanzy, Mrs. Alexander
peon, .Mrs. i-yon, Mrs. Waller Hoff
man, Mrs. Spencer, Mrs. McNeil, Mi3.
wnve navies, Mr. nnd Mrs. It. N. Paton,
Or. nnd Mrs. Mnvs. Mrs. Grinbnum,
Mrs. F. H. Httmphrls, Mrs, Hawes nnd
Mr. John 11. Bliss.
Consul nnd Mrs, Chang Tso Fan en
tertnlned most hospitably on Thurs
day nt the Consulate In honor of the
Chinese New Year's. They were nsslst
cd In receiving by Mrs, M. C. Amoda,
Miss Chang and the Misses Kong. The
guests were presented to the Consul
and his wife by W. Y. Kwnl Fong, LI
Cheung, Leu Tong, Yco Chin, M, C
Amana, Chung 'Ming and Chu Gem
Mrs. Chang Tso Fan was magnificently
dressed In brocade, stiff with embroid
eries, and her Jewels were pearls, dia
monds nnd Jade. The Hawaiian band
was In attendance and from 11 until 2
there was a constant stream of (.alters
Including the officials, prominent cltl
rens and very well known society wo
men. The horpltallty was lavish In
the extreme and many toasts were giv
en and exchanged.
The Japanese Vice Consul entertain
ed at dinner at the Japanese Consulate
'on Nuuanu avenue on Saturday even
ing last. Among those present were
Mr. Breckons, Mr. F. M. Bechtel, Mr.
Mattea Sandona, Mr. Raymond BroWn,
Mr. Haley, Dr. Kolazuka, Mr. Correy
and Mr. Tim Kim.
The engagements have been an
nounced of Miss E. Dagmar Sorcnson
to Mr, Douglas Klncald and of Miss
Helen K. Sorcnson to Mr. A. It. Mo
Lane ot Kauai.
The Thistle Club celebrated the
birthday of Roberl Burns on Thursday
evening nnd a vast crowd turned out.
Tho hall was decorated with" Hags of
Ireland, Scotland, England, United
States nnd Hawaii. Mr. Charles 1..
Clinlnnim's Remarks ,,,
Chief Jas. U Cockburn
Otorturo "Bonnlo Srotlaiui
Song "There Was n I.nd Was Born
In Kyle" D. V. Anderson
Tonst Tho Immortal Memory of
Ilobert Burns Robert Anderson
"We'll a' be prood o Ilobln.'g'
Song "Mncgregor's Gathering" ...
Toast The President of tho United
Statea... Attorney Oen.. E. C. Peters
Recitation Bruco llartmau
8ong "8ans Tol"...I. 8. Dillingham
Toast The King and Queen.
God Save the King.
Song "Scotland".. James F. Fcnwlck
Toast The Land We Live In
Frank E. Thompson
"Then hero's a han' my trusty frlen'.
Song "The Star o' Hobble Burns". .
Toast The Land o' Burns.. P. E. Tosh
"O Scotia! my dear, my nathe soil!"
Song "Burns and Scotland Yet"...
March "A Prlnco of Good Fellows"
Toast Tho Bar
..U. S. Dlst. Atty. II. W. Breckons
Recitation "Tom o' 8hantcr"
"Auld Lang Sync."
Rov, Mr. Uaborne and Mrs. Usborut
nre occupying their Diamond Ileal
Among the plcasantest events of the
week wns the brldgo party given by
Mrs. F. Klamp at her beautiful homo
on Thurston avenue In honor of the
ladles of the Army and Navy. Ono
hundred Invitations had been sent out
and shortly after 2:30 tho guests bo
ran to arrive. Mrs. Klamp receive!
them at tho top of tho stone stairs.
She was exquisitely dressed In black
chnntllly lace over white satin nnd
looked very pretty. The house was
decorated with flowers and palms. Af
ter tho gamo delicious refreshments
were served and soon the prizes were
awarded to Mrs. Wall, first prlzo, a cm
ylass bowl, and to Mrs. Dougherty the
consolation prize, a beautiful belt.
Tho first pedro prlzo, a pleco of cut
glass, was awarded to Mrs. Hageuu.
Among those present were the ladles
or tne Army and Navy, Including Mrs.
Henry Lyon, Mrs. Van Vllct, Mrs.
Schumann, Mrs. Baker, Mrs. Albert
(NluiacK. airs. .Marian. Mrs. Correv. Mrs
Hannah, Mrs. Slattery, Mrs. Hagncr.
Mrs. Ilosslter, Mrs. Harlee, Mrs. Hob
dy, Mrs. Humphrey. Mrs. Ingram and
Mrs. Cushman. Among tho other
guosis were .Mrs. Andrew Fuller. Mrs
Illssell, Mrs. Kluegcl, Mrs. Parts, Mrs.
uougneriy, Mrs. Hagens, Mrs. Ijy
ard, Mrs. McClanahan. Mrs. Robert
Graham, Mrs. Thrum, Mrs. C. Hcdo-
mnnn, Mrs. Walter Hoffmann, Mrs, Mac
Nelll, Mrs. Sanford B. Dole, Mrs. Itayi
Miss Hlgford, Mrs. Carter, Mrs. Blsh
op, Mrs. lleldford. Mrs. Soper, Miss
Neumann, Mrs Charles Wilder, MrH
Uclilaiid, .Mrs. Paxton. Mrs. Illchaid-
Bon, Mrs. Thompson, Mrs. Ilallentyue,
urs, iiiiiincucrg, .Mrs, A. J. Campbell,
Mrs. Ilenton, Mrs. O. Wall. Mrs. Mays,
Mrs. Hayes, Mrs. A. Hunncbcrg, .Mrs.
Fred Smith, Mrs. O. Hollowny, .Mrs.
Hastings, Mrs. , Schweitzer, Miss
Schweitzer, Mrs. Fred Macfurlaiic. Mrs.
Schmidt, Mrs. Charles Cooper, .Mrs. C.
High, Mrs. Hutclilns.
Mr. Alexander Scott, who lias been
pending a week at the Von Holt moun
tain place, returned to town today.
Dr. Yost, U. 8. N., entortalned at
dinner at tho Alexander Young on
A Jolly surprise, party was given Mr.
nnd Mrs. Ocorge Davles on Wednesday
evening, The pavllllon which had
been erected by the Davles for the
dance of a week before was utilized for
the occasion. Dancing and brldgo were
much Indulged In and a delightful even
ing wns spent. Refreshments were
served about 11 and a gay Sir Roger de
Coverley ended a niost enjoyable even
ing. Mr. and MrB. Davles expect to sal)
for England via the Orient and their
friends took advantage of the fact to
glvo them a pleasant surprise. They
expectt o be gono about a year.
Invitations have been received as
follows: "The President and Board of
Governors of the University Club In
vito you to an assembly and cotillion
at the Club House, February seiond,
Nineteen hundred nnd six nt nine
The cotillion will bo led bv Mrs.
Richard Ivers and Mr. Harry Mactar
Por oatln&, drinking, ond cooking
Pure, Delicious, Nutritious
Or S NOD s
Brulful Cocoe. 1-2 lb. tine
Ditet'e Chocolate (uniwtttened), I -2 lb. uket
Cermea Sweet ChocoUte, t-4 lb. ceVee
Tor Sato by Leading Grocers
WALTER BAKER & CO. Ltd
DORCHESTER, MASS., U.S. A.
45 HIGHEST AWARDS IN tUROPE
Cooper nnd Mrs. Harry Macfarlane are
lane. Mrs. Gerrll Wilder, Mrs. Charles
to give the favors. Everything Is being
done for the success of the affair, which
will doubtless bo one of tho brilliant
succeates of the year,
Miss Tracey's lessons In dainty cook
ing are as successful as ever nnd well
attended at the Hawaiian hotel. She
Is a thorough artist and It Is a delight
to watch her as sho manipulates the
different Ingredients with a cool and
practiced touch which Is the envy ai.
despair of her audiences.
Mrs. Alexander O. Hawes, Sr., of
8ans Soucl gave a charming lanal
luncheon on Sunday In honor ot Dr
and Mr. Humphrls, Mrs. Hawes ha)
teen an Invalid for years, but Is feel
Ing so muili Improved In health that
sho li beginning to entertain. Her lit
tle luncheons nre very artistic and her
Invitations nre eagerly sought for. To
morrow, she entertains for Mr. E. Hart
mann, who sails for tho Orient next
week on business.
Mr. and Mrs. C. lledemann expect to
take possession ot the Mclncrny villa
at Walktkl March first,
Governor Carter la slowly recovering
from a sharp attack of la grippe.
Mrs. do Witt, who Is expected to ar
rive here the last day of the month to
visit her father, Mr. John II. Bliss of
ibo Moana hotel, will be accompanied
hy Miss Jessie Foreman, a sister ot
Mrs. George Bliss. Miss Foreman will
spend bcvernl months In Honolulu, but
Mrs. de Witt will remain onty for ft
short time. Mrs. George Bliss, who
has been quite 111, Is fast recovering hr
w w w
Mrs. William Wright has gone for a
visit to walluku.
Mrs. James Castle and Mrs. Tenney
expect to remain in Kabuku for a week
It Is said that Monsieur Vlzzavonn,
the French Consul, may not return,
Ho has been In Paris, Marseilles and
Miss Nellio White has cards out for
supper dance for February 8th.
Captain and Mrs. Ilobert Graham en
tertalned at tea on board tho Phelps
In honor ot Prince and Princess Kawi
uanakoa on Friday afternoon.
Dr, Waldo Burgess is engaged to
marry Miss F. A. Llttlcfleld. of Oak
land, Cal. Dr. Burgess Is very well
Known In Honolulu.
Captain Henry I.yon, the popular
.(ommaudcr of the Naval Station will
become a rear admiral next month.
Mr. Jack Atkinson Is expected home
on tho Alameda.
Mr. Charles A. Buck Is a guest of
the Hawnllau Annex. Ho Is from Nl
son, British Columbia, and la tho Im
portant man of the place.
Mrs. Develln, a guest at the Hawaii
an hotel, nnd Mrs. Dyer, of Portland,
Ore., who Is at tho Young, contemplate
a trip to Japan In the near future.
On Wednesday evening Miss Marian
MiGllvray entertained nt tho Alexand
er Young hotel at dinner, covers being
laid for seven, After dinner tho party
went on to tho surprise party given In
honor of tho George Davles,
Another mm of tho wheel of For
tune ha? come to tho Hoffman family
and handsomr athletic Allco Is minus
her wealth and has gono to work. Soma
years since n law partner of Judgs
Hoffman, the eminent Jurist, died, leav
ing $50,000 to each of the latter'
nlei es, May Hoffman, since Mrs. James
I.o Baron Johnson, and Alice, By
snmo clever dsals In Hawaiian sugar,
Alice materially Increased her money,
and has since been able to follow her
own Hweet, It somewhat unconvention
al, will, and materially to assist mem
bers of her own family less fortunalo.
Not content to let well enough alone.
Miss Hoffman has again speculated, anj
most disastrously. She has now open
ed a blue-prlutlug offlce In the heart
Additional Sporting News on Page 3.
Two good games ot football are
scheduled for this afternoon. At 2:30
p. ra. tho Diamond Heads meet Puna
hou and at 3:30 p. m. tho Mallca meet
the Y. M. C. A.
Tho line-up Is as follows:
Punahou. Diamond Heads.
A. Catton W. Chtlllngworth
McCorrlston , Clark
Lowrey ,,, Qruno
Catton , Lercon
Y. M. C. A.
I F. B.
I H. B.
Bobbins Bailey, Grey
halcy, Plunkctt.... Simpson, Catteral
Oss, Waterhouse Bailey
Tho L. A. C.'s and Soldiers will meet
In a gamo ot baseball at Kaplolanl
Park at 2 o'clock tomorrow afternoon.
Tho line-up of tho h. A. C.'s follows:
L. Boaros, catcher; F. Freltas, pitch
er; M. Freltas, first; F. Fernandez,
second; Everest, short; II. Bushncll,
third; Geo. Madeira, right; Mike Frel
tas, center; Joo Travens, left; M.
Soarcs, John Carrera, M. Martin, sub
FIR8T M. E. CHURCH.
Services at the First Methodist Epis
copal church tomorrow as follows: Sun
dya school and adult Bible classes at
10 a. m. Rev. E. B. Turner, nsslstanl
pastor of Central Union church, will
preach nt 11 a. in., subject, "A Volco In
the Wilderness." At 0:30 p. m. the
Epworth league will meet and Mrs.
W. U Howard presides. Subject. "Mis
sions in Korea." At 7:30 Ilev. Jas. II.
Hath of Palama Mission will give an
address on "How the Other Halt l.lvcJ
In Honolulu," Everybody Invited to
any or all ot those services. Seats all
free. Attentive ushers at the door.
Church located' on tho corner of Here
tanla and Miller streets.
It all words were backed by deeds th
most of us would be pretty well ex
of the business section and spends her
dnys copying architects' plans and en
gineers' drawings with never a mur
mur. It Is said that her friends havit
wasted more time repining than alio
has. News Letter.
A Camp McKlnley social was held
last evening and It proved to be a great
success. Busses met tho guests at the
park and refreshments were servoU
during tho evening.
Miss Elizabth Josselyn, tho daughter
ot Captain Josselyn, Is engaged to
marry Mr. Moore.
Mrs. Emmo DImond gave an "at
homo" yesterday afternoon at which
friends were assembled to meet Mrs.
Emll Berndt's mother.
There was a pretty little hop at th
Moana hotel last evontng In honor of
the ladles and gentlemen of tho trans
port Logan. Tho dining-room was
turned Into a ball-room and It was com
fortably filled throughout the evening.
The Moana Hotel quintet furnished
the excellent music.
Lady Lawson, who has been a gucet
at the Moana hotel for a few weeks,
called on the China for tho coast.
Mrs. Allco Hastings has gono to
Kauai to visit her sister, Mrs. Spalding.
Mrs. Edward Tcnney Is Improvius
In health rapidly.
Mr. Oeorgo P. Thlelan, who' called
on tho China, will bring back the Mo
lokans. Following Is tho program tor the Ho
nolulu Symphony Society concert to
be given In tho Hawaiian Opera Hou&e
Overture "Hungarian Lustplel" ...
' Keler Beta
Symphony B Minor (unfinished).,
First and second movements.
Pianoforte Solo Scherzo B M.lnor,
First Violin, Mr. Busch.
Second Violin, Mr. Nolet.
Viola, Mr. Marx.
'Cello, Dr. Ramus.
Song Selection from Tanst
Miss Marx with Orchestra.
Gavdttc "IVIngcnue" AnUttl
Interval ot ten minutes.
blavonlc Danco Dvorak
Male Chorus A. F. Judd, J. D. Dough
erty. Itaymond Drown, C. Kimball,
H. F. Wlchman, Harold Dillingham,
V. II. M. Nolet, F. Mclcljers, I. S,
DUIInghnm. George F. Davles, J. H.
Howland, U T. Peck, W. F. Dilling
ham. Sulto de Concert Peer Cynt ....Grelg
No. II "Aso's Death."
Ill "Anltras Dance."
Selection "La Figlla del Reglmento"
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