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EVENING DULW7T1N, HONOLULU, T 1!.. SATURDAY. MAIICU 17 1500
BAND ClIIKIS 10DAV
OF SI. MlRlffu M
The program of tonight's St. Patrick
Begins Monday Morning,
For One Week Only
Insertions and all
Will be Sold at
Manufacturers' Cost Prices
The Hawaiian band will play tho
ftrnt public concert In tho now band
stand this afternoon at 4 o'clock at
March "Grand Opening" Ilerger
Overture "Klmlgayo" (new). . .Ilarrl
ttnermczzo "The Popples" . ...Morct
Selection "Popular Alra" . ...O'Harc
Vocal Hawaiian Songs.. rfr. by ncrger
MrB. N. Alapal.
Ovorture-J'St. I'ntrlck'a Day"
Waltz "Tho Wedding of the Winds"
t'lnnlt "Happy Heinle" Lampo
"Tho Star-Spnngled Ilanncr."
See Our Fort Street Window
Sale Begins Monday Morning
The importance of this sale to every home cannot be over
estimated. The price reductions are almost beyond belief, vet
every piece of embroidery Is plainly marked and will prove Its
quality. There are hundreds of patterns to select from and ev
ery one dainty and pretty. It Is one of the most Important econ
omy events we have ever planned. Prices will aitonliVi yaj.
N. 3. SACHS
Drv Goods Comnanv Ltd.
1 $ CORNER FORT AND DERETANIA 8TREET8.
The band will give n public concert
tomorrow afternoon at 3 o'clock at Ma
V.co Island, as follows:
"Tho Old Hundred."
Orand March "Haw nil N'el". ..Ilcrgor
Overture "Tho Armorer" ...Lortzlng
Oavotte "Clrua Ilenz" Fllego
Selection "Hibernian Hounuel" ...
Vocal Hawaiian Songs, .ar. by Merger
Mrs. X. Alapal.
Overture "St. Patrick's Day"
Selection "The 8ho Oun" ....I.uders
rinale "Ttho Wearing of the Oreen"
"The 8lar-9patiglcd Ilanncr."
Piograms will bo distributed nt the
Day free entertainment at tha Opera
House, under the leadership of tho A.
lO. II., Is as follows:
' Chorus "Sprlng Time noses'. .Porry
S. I.. Choir and Orchestra.
Rnssoon Solo (a) "Savournccn Dee
llsh," (b) "My Lodging Is on the
: Cold Ground" Folk Lore
' John Akana.
Soprano Solo "IrMh Love Song"..
I ...t Margaret Ituthvcn Lain;
I Miss Marlon Hell. np 22
Tenor 8olo "Colleen".. 1 1. II. lllanke
Mr A II. Angus.
D.nnte nuek and Wing
Miss Adclc dc L'Attlguo
Chorus "Frog Cantnta" Ileniilu
H. L. ( Choir and Orchestra.
S. L. C. Orchestra.
Accompnnlst Miss Allco Illce.
Stngc Director A. 13. Murphy.
Neah Magh Lath
Ccad Mlllc Fnllthc.
Overture "The Caliph of Ilagclail". .
S. L. C. Orchestrn.
Chorus "Come Where the Lilies
S. L. C. Choir and Orclicstrn.
Baritone Solo "Lost Chord".. Sullivan
Itcv. V. Valentin.
Violin Solo "Slumber Song". .Uelsslg
Master Walter (lough.
Soprf.no Solo "Katlilc.cn Mavour-
nccn" V. N. Crouch
Mine. X. Alapal.
Song "Friends That Are flood and
True" 1-3(1 wnnt I3yslcr
Mr .Guy Livingston.
Mr. Frank Creedon, Pres. A. O. II,
Darltone Solo "Klllarney" Halfe
Mr. Hugo Herzer.
Medley ''Gems of Ireland".. Uarnard
6. L. C. Orchestrn.
The doors will open nl 7:30. and the
oxcirlRCK will commence nt 8.
HIt .links irets n pension.
I)l Hih Iiimi war icconl?
1 1 1 x Yi-h, In- vv,u ImtimI twice ill he
Naval iii-iiili-t' v
Fine Job Printing at the Bulletin,
etc., manufactured by tho Bulletin Pub.
! 10 RUSE II HOOF:
I The rehcnrsnl of tho Bccond act of
I the iiluv to be given by the Aiicrlmrh
and Drum Company, on the night of
the 20th Inst., for tho benefit of the
; Luiltana Athletic Club and the Kunn
Orphanage, was a most succrsshil one
iTli actor went through their differ
;ent parts with such vim and vivacity
tha-. Mr.' Drum was surprised and won
! dereil whether or not he wng rehears '
Ine r compnnv of professional come
dians or whethci lie was not being n
traitor to his obligations at tho Or
pheum. Ills Impression Is thnt tho
Promotion Committee should take Die
company In hand. nnd. with a well
m A Universal Smoke J
Hh&, The sun never sets on the OENERAL ARTHUR CIOAR. $i
BJ-iiS North, South, East and West of the world It Is smoked. The Vr,lH
mjjj fame of Its excellence Is wide-spread and the army of Its smok- $tJB
Pw crs is ever growing larger. In flavor, material and burning MH
HHiiH qualities It Is everything that a perfect cigar should be. Bwflj
p GUNST-EAKIN CIGAR CO. 11
SB , H &t DISTRIDUTORS. Mlil
y&i. ' " "-"'. - " c T'Mtv- --mm
written play, portraying theso Dreamy
Isles, send It through tho States. That
would be the best nil. tho IslandB
would ever get. If you do not believe
It, call Monday p. 111.. nt 5, nnd bo con
vinced. There are few who are In It with
Henry Vlelrn, the mnstnblo; ho Is
simply grand. If ho doesn't tear off
tho roof of the Orpheum theater nnd
forco Mr Cohen to newly paper his
house, there'll be n mlstnke. I3very
body knows how good he Is as n Chi
naman. He is Inimitable In n mixture
of all the human absurdities. Sheriff
, Ilrown's company of trusties must not
fall to buy tickets, for they will be
Jmnro than repaid; they might ge
jtliclr salaries raised In proportion i
(iivir gain in Knowledge, nils is ine
spirit of the entire play: fun and noth
Ing but slilc-splltting laughter
I Ilcmcmbcr tho orphans nt the or
phanago, they need our nld And.
last but not least, don't forget that tha
'I.imltnim Athletic Club la worthy o(
hulp It Is In great need of monej 'n
properly fit It for andthcr series ot
games. Has It not entertained wlt'j
good baseball? Sure kula!
People usually laugh nt the rising
water until It becomes a Hood.
California honey retails In Lngland
nt 16 to SO cents a pound.
A boot-blacking machine, has been Invented,
SECOND ANNUAL GRAND CLEARANCE SALE
At The GLOBE CLOTHING Co.'s, Store
For Two Weeks Only Beginning Monday March 12
Every Article Marked Down to Easy Buying Figures
$15 to 1150
$20. to 13,50
17 50 0,50
$1.75 to 1.40
$ JO and 12.50 Reduced to 8.00
Boys suits rded.
$9. to 6.
Dress Suit Cases
$10. Rded. to 6.
Bow Shield Ties
25c to 3for 25c
50c Ties Rded. to
Midget string ties
25c to 15c
The Poor man cannot afford to wear poor clothes the Prudent man will not wear them.
The rich, the poor and the prudent will take advantage of this great sale at
The Globe Clothing Co., 64 Hotel Street
w (rfH- Jfc.