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Kf , . i UreSt dred time 30 eenUI PKf
Hk- 1 ELrPHONC 228. Annfl White steam autos. Stockyds stable. --1
Hv n ELCPMONE " PPIC Halo of It. k (I eotsets In now on nt I
K RISyiRK RRANlin STARLFS f"'r1- "a h'rleht American liov lit wan I oil r
Pl; LAHAINA, MAUI. T
P v Hacks, Carriages, Buggies and 8ad- Martinclll S
K w die Horses on short notice. C rA
I Carriages meet all steamers. Com- IVIcdill
J pelent drivers, reasonable rates, new .
V vehicles and live stock. Jjl'tinCl
fUiCHWIP TCMD1 C A Pleasant and Hyglenre Bev.
MAOUIIIU 1 LMlLL' erage for Young and Old.
fVA For Sale Bottled and In Bulk
uEEKLY CALENDAR. o by o
,' TUIIMtlAV I
7:30 p. m. I
llAnnlnln MhnntMrQni.il 1 B
Honolulu Commandery Special sa
n tv m. I
t Leahl Chapter Initiation.
Perfection Regular 5 p. m.
Oceanic Third Degree.
All visiting members of llio
order nro lonllnlly I ml led to nt
tend meetings of local lodges.
HARMONY LODGE, No. 3, I. 0. 0. F.
Moots ovory Monday evening at 7:30
.In I O O P. Hall. Port strict,
i: It IIFNIIUY, Sierotnry.
UI.MF.lt i: SCIIWAHZIILHO. N.fi.
All visiting brothers cry cordially
MYSTIC LODGE, No. 2, K. of P.
Moots ovory Tuesday evening nt
7:30 o'clock In K. of 1. Ilnll. KIhk
stroot. Visiting brothers cordially In
vited to attond.
(). J. WillTRtinAn. C.C.
P. WAI.DHON, K.H.S.
OAHU LODGE, No. 1, K. of P.
Moots ovory Frldny evening at
K. P. Ilnll. King street, nt 7:30. Mem
bers of Mystic Lodge. No. 2. Wm. Mc
Klnley I.odge. No. 8. and vlsltlns
brothers rordlnlly Invited.
A I). IIONI1. C. C.
A. B. KLNWAY, K.R.S.
HONOLULU LODGE 6t6, B. P. O. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. SIC. Jl. P O. K..
x 111 n t In their hall, on Miller
mid llerrtaula streets, every Friday
lly order of the. L. II.
1IAUKY II. SIMPSON,
ii. i:. MiimtAY, i:.n.
Wm. M'KINLEY LODGE No. B, K.of P.
Meets every Saturday evening at
7:30 o'cloek In K. of P. Hall. King
street. Vlsltlns brothers cordially In
tlr" to attend.
m. m. johnson. c.c.
j:. a. jacohson, k.ils.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. O. E.
Meets on the 2nd and Hh WEDNES
DAY evenings of eaih month nt 7.20
o'clock In K. of P. Hall, King street.
Visiting F.aglcs uro Incited to at
SAM McKEAOl'E. W.P.
II. T. MOOItE. W. Secy.
HAWAII CHAPTER No. 1, ORDER OF
Meets over' first and third THURS
DAY of each month In Fraternity Halt,
Odd Fellows' Uullellng, Fort street, at
7:30 o'clock p. m. A full attendance
Is df fired at every meeting.
Transaction of Business.
COURT CAMOES, No. 8110, A. O. F.
Meets every 2d and 4th Tuesday of
each month at 7:30 p. m.. In San An
tonio Hall, Vineyard street.
Vltltlng brothers cordially Invited
A. K. VIF.RRA. C. R,
M. C. PACHECO, P. S.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, I. O. R. M.
Moots every second and fourth
FRIDAY of each month In I. 0. O. P.
Visiting brothers cordially Invited to
W. C. MoCOY. Sachem.
A. E MURPHY, C. of It.
CUT KINDLING WOOD, Northwest,
DELIVERED, $7.50 PER CORD.
A. C. MONTGOMERY
P. O. BXO 152. TEL. MAIN 151,
YARD, corner QUEEN & MILILANI
. . eiis-ie 'MtmSHf
Hoffscfilaeger Co., Lid.
KING AND BETHEL STREETS
No need to
For Those Who Have
EXCELSIOR REDWOOD TANKS.
Have a tank connected with the city
water main and It Is filled while there
Is n good pressure. Then the water Is
always available In the house and the
pressure Is always even.
This Is a good plan for all times
and Its value cannot be overesti
mated when there is a water
The EXCELSIOR Is adjustable with
round iron hoops and nonshrinkable.
Sizes from 500 gallons up. Many
sizes now on hand.
Lewers & Cooke,
177 SO. KING ST.
Alexander & Baldwin
i. P. COOKE Managsr
II. F. Baldwin President
J. B. Castle Vies President
W. M. Alexander. ..Second Vice Pres.
L. T. Peck Third Vice Pres.
J. Waterhouse Treasurer
E. E. Paxton Secretary
W. O. Smith Director
COMMISSION MERCHANTS and
Hawaiian Commercial A 8ugar Co.
Haiku Sugcr Company.
Maul Agricultural Company,
Klhel Plantation Company,
Hawaiian Sugar Company.
Kahuku Plantation Company.
Kahulul Railroad Company,
Hateakala Ranch Comoany.
Another Shipment of
AT 1048-50 ALAKEA 8T.,
BY J. C. AXTELL A CO.,
P. O. BOX 642.
PHONE BLUE 1801. HONOLULU
CAMARA & CO.,
QUEEN AND ALAKEA 8TREET8.
TEL. MAIN 492.
FAMILY TRADE SOLICITED.
Orders delivered to all parts of city.
Electric Flash LiEhis
GUY OWENS Co,
Phone Main 315 Union SL nr. Hotel
No I Guava Charcoal
A Large Stock Always on Hand,
GONSALVES & CO., LTD.
Illank books of nil sorts, ledgers
etc , manufactured by tho Ilulletln Pub.
II blunt Company.
-ujeJsVKattt ... .d.,LiiiakM.
Wblto steam autos. Stockyds stable.
Sale of It, & (I (Oitcts Is now on at
A lirlRht American boy is wauled
Sic nil this Issue
llnrraony 1.oc!ro, No. 3, I. O. O. P.,
meets tonleht nt 7:30 In I. O. 0. P. Hall.
Eusmr (ottoctloi.s for Ht. Andrift'a
CntltMlral building fund nggrccnlfd
(liifc to $2D(ii).
Neatly furnished rooms nt the Pop.
nl.tr. M. JUO nnd U per week. 12IJ
The D.iiiRbters of Hawaii ntlcmlod
the fimrinl of tho late Mrs. P. T. Tay
Six thousand hags of sugar ucro
brought on the V. 0. Hall jestenlny
A list of the officers elected to Bono
In the Wo On Fill Kon for the onsulni;
cnr Is published In this issue.
Ihiikii Ognu.i and Tnkno, n Jnpancv.
fouplc, Ime licen nrrcxtcd by Mutslial
Hendry on n rhnrco of adultery.
The rosulnr Tuesda) furniture sab'
nt Morgan's tomorrow. Also a C'ullarj
& Cnlliird plnno In good condition.
Finest quality Inland butter from
Mrs Dora Von Tompky's ranch, Kula
Itajmond Itiin.-h Market. Tel. 4CI.
After spending scwrnl dns In Hono
lulu, the Argentine crulrer H.irtnlitilo,
Willi lid cadets, left for tihntighjil )es
When the steamer Nllbaii nrrlieil
Xsterday from Mnkimell, she broiigbl
..i:t, tings or sugar anil .l.mu poiiuus
of scrap Iron.
Willi :i7::u hags of sugar nnd some
i.tli'T general lrelght, the steamer Ke
Au Hon nrrlveil yesterday morning
Paradise of thn Pacific Floral Par
ml 3 Number, S2 Pages, 15 cents.
Wrar, iod Heady for Mailing, At ofllco.
IIiihIikkh men's clnss tonight nt .
iiVIimI, In the Y. M. (.'. A. gymnasium,
('nine mid enjoy noiue exenlHO nnd a
warm or ionl b.ith nfler.
Owing to tlu situation in Kan Fran
tlo the Mo.iii:i Hotel will omit Its
Jam r of honor of the arrival of tlm
jrin trninixiit Sheridan.
It ran rain for n month on an Iron
roof coated with "Arabic," w Ithout tho
slightest trace of rust occurring. Cal
ifornia Feed Co., ngciitx.
Some time tomorrow tho 8. S. Von-
turn Is due to nrrlvo from the Colonies,
and will probably depart a few boiim
later for San Francisco, with mall
Jubilee Incubators. Tho buslnc.u
machine. Hot water system, not hot
air. Seo them before biijlng. M. W.
McCbesuey (c Sou's, Ltd., agents, (jueon
A special meeting will bo held o.
night b) Hawaiian Tribe No. 1, Imp,
0 It M. nt Odd FelloMM' ball lit 7. Ha.
All members arc earnestly requested to
The Improved Order of Itcdmen, Ha
waiian Tribe No. I. will bold n spi-c-Lii
meeting nt 7:30 p. in. today In Odd I'd
Iowh' ball. All members arc urgently
teipiosted to be present.
Hack No. 31 was In collision wntb .1
prUateiiutnSatiirdaynt Klngnnd UMi-
ards streets, llaikinan (iiinipfer uiih
liaclly Injun d about the head by beiiis
Ihronn on the road. The nutolst Is at
Marcella Figuero.1. a Porto Hlean wo
man, has been arrested by the Federal
authorities mi n charge of bigamy. It
Is alleged ibat sho married one it. W.
A (inil while her husband, Antonio
de la Cruz, was Mill living.
Sam Knuwalii, taro planter of Wal
anat, was brought to town yesterday
with a broken leg and was taken to
QnccnV llonpltnl. Ho was riding n
hoi so. which bolted and fell against a
gate, Hilling over cm Its rider.
The nntiii.il business meeting of tho
Y M C A. will be held In their ball
this evening nt ii o'clock. After the
business In tlnougli there will be u
program of music nnd refreshments
,M1 members are Invited to attend.
The annual business meeting of tlm
Y. M. C. A. will be held In tho Y. M.
C A. hall this evening nt N o'clock.
After the business Is through n pro
gram of music nnd refreshments is ar
ranged for. All members nro Invited
Tho .Mask and Wig Club. Hint will
produce "The Cullego Widow" tinder
tho nusnlces of the Myrtle Iloat Club
nt the Hawaiian Opera House Thurs-
day mid Saturday. April Kill nnd '.'Mb,
have contributed their share of Ilia pro
ceeds to the sufferers In San Francisco,
A linn was yesterday found near
the foot of tho Pall, barely alive. He
bad a broken leg and had apparently
fallen fiom n cliff. He Is supposed "'
have come from the transport Slier
man, Ills Identity is unknown, He Is
now nt the Queen's hospital.
Admiral Ueckley, trustee for Hono
lulu Harbor No. G4. American Associa
tion of Mantels and Pilots of Steam
Vesrels, this morning drew a draft for
S'no in favor of California Harbor No.
IV This Is the relief fond voted by
the local Harbor at Its meeting yester
In the abkenco of Kirk 11. Porter.
who Is head of Honolulu Chapter, No.
1. It. A M . and nlsn of Honolulu Com
niaudery No. 1, K. T.. tho acting head
of the Institutions, C. O. Ilockus, has
railed n meeting of the Commander)
for tomorrow night at .7:30 o'clock and
nf the Chapter at S o'clock. Theso
meetings tiro called for tho purpose or
appropriating money for tho relief of
the sufferers in san l rancisco.
Pei haps on nro n collector of pot
lal cards. If not you ought to be. Tliu
fad has come to stay and Is both In
itructlvo nnd ontertnlir.ng. I)osa
cards lose half their value. They
should bo plarcd In an album, vvbetii
they can bo properly dlsrdaed, You
will bu Interested In our lino of albums
If )ou are Interested In postnl cards.
The pages of the nlbums aru so pre
pared that t'.o corners of the cards arc
titled Into silts nnd may be remised
for Inspection nt nny time without lu
any way damaging cither the card or
the album. Honolulu Photo-Supply
Fine Job Printing at the Bulletin.
nvr.NiNo nm.T.nTtN'. Honolulu, t. ii. Monday,
glasses you want
made by us will
and guaranteed so,
A. N. 8ANFORD
oston Building, Fort SL,
over May t Co.
Qwyjiv3iH f5v -MLH-i-FS?KrMi itWy4liTTv
MONUMENTS, 8AFE6, IRON FENCE
Mnwnilfin Iron Ponce & iVlonumunt Warku
NEXT TO YOUNG BLDQ., 176-180 KINO ST. PHONE 287.
mmmmmnw! wm Tim? nmronnK
G. Q. YEE HOP & GO. 1
We always welcome a comparison of prices and an examlna j
Hon of our fresh meat. This applies to our Meat Business, on 2a
all of which our prices are as reasonable as Is consistent with --
the standard of quality, and strictly maintained In a most sanl. -
Telephone Order Department 3
s- Patrons unable to visit our establishment are assured expe. " -""
g- dltlous service and the same careful attention as Is given to pur- -J
chases made In person, 1
J TELEPHONE MAIN 251. N. KINO STREET. J
Y. SUGA SHOTEN
WhoIcMfilo & Retail Liquor Dealer,
Big Stock of Japanese and American Liquors. Banzai Saloon In connection.
IWILEI AND KINO STREETS.
POSTOFFICC BOX 866. TELEPHONE MAIN 82.
SAN FRANCISCO, April 22. About 5:12 o'clock on the morning of Wed
nesday last, a great earthquake visited San Francisco, wrecking thousands
of buildings and totally destroying the watsr mains In the first crash.
Fire Immediately broko out in twenty places south of Market street and
along Sansome, Battery and Front streets, and by 10 o'clock in the morning
the Call building, the Emporium, the Rlalto, the Crocker building and the
Palace Hotel were completely gutted.
The residence district south of Market street, from Second to Fourteenth,
was by this tlmo ono mass of flames.
At noon the city was put under martial law, and the people whose !iomVa
had been in the burned district were started for Golden Gate Park.
The fire In the wholesale district continued to burn until 9 o'clock on
Wednesday night, when It was checked at Kearney street.
Fully two-thirds of the city have been destroyed by the ear.hquake and
fire, and two hundred thousand people aro rendered hometees.
The loss of life by the earthquake Is hard to estimate, but It will prob
ably reach five thousand.
There was no wholesale loss of life by fire until Thursday night, when
several hundred people were caught between Russian and Telegraph Hills,
and twenty-five were burned to death before they could be removed by tho
tugs which had been sent around to Melggs old wharf at the foot of Powell
street to rescue them.
Relief trains were started for San Francisco on Thursday from Los An
geles and other California cities.
The Southern Pacific and the Santa Fe railways are furnishing free
transportation to all who wish to get away from San Francisco, and people
are leaving by thousands.
Stanford Badly Damaged
Stanford University was badly damaged, and It Is rumored that two
students were killed.
Nearly one hundred people were killed at Salinas.
San Jose was badly shaken, and several lives were tost there.
Agnew's Insane Asylum collapsed, killing many of the unfortunate In
mates of the place, but the exact number of the dead there cannot be ascer.
There was no damage at Los
felt north of Red Bluff.
The relief fund for San Francisco
There Is no suffering because of
There have been a few mild eases
strict quarantine has been established
linin nmvtii i-iisaititifthnii
april 2.1, idoc.
Few people have not read 'The Ra
ven" and "The Bells", by Edgar Al
len Poe, but his wonderful prose
works have only recently begun to be
Poe's marvelous Imagination has
orlalnatcd many solendld short stor
ies which have been the Inspiration if
many more recent writers.
Dr. A. Conan Doyle, for Instance,
admits using Poe s "Dupin" as the
model for his "Sherlock Holmes."
If you want to get a glimpse of
Poe's great genius get a set of hjs
SET, beautifully bound... $10.
SET, more elaborate .....$15.
Sold on easy payments.
Wm, C. Lyon Co.,
Cor. Hotel and Fort streets, upstairs.
entrance on Hotel street.
Angeles, and only slight vibrations were,
now foots up five millions.
lack of food.
of smallpox and typhoid fever, but a
as to these.
iti iinriiiriirittHi" -
30 Relief Cable Aid
Selectmen And Inquiry
Executive Building, j The foltowlna cabto has been dli-
Havlng boon requested by the Cbctr. 'patched:
ber of Commerrn and tho Merchants'! Grossman (Dr. M. E.), Hotel Tour-
Asrotlatlr.n, nf Honolulu, to open .1 sine, Oakland: Autliorlio Ornnd Soc-
fiibsrrlptlon list for tho relief of rotary to ilrnw on Pacific l.odgc (Ho-
lhnii wlm nro suffering In San J'rah
olsco. as a result of the recent earth
iltiako nnd flro, I hereby appoint thn
following Executive cjommiueo wiui
full powers to take Immediate action:
II. P. Wood. Executive Secretary;
B. M. Damon, E. I. Spalding. 8. M.
llalloit, A. S. Cleghorn, Oeo. W Smith.
Fred, J. Lowrey, P. M. Swaniy. S. I).
Dole 8nmnl Parker, II. W. llrcckons,
II. E. Cooper, A. O. M. Itobeitson, U
A. Thurston. E. A. Mclnerny, lllshop
Libert, lllshop Hostarlck. Robert
Shingle. Harry Armltnge. L. Tcnnay
Peek, It. H. Trent. Waltoi' Dilling
ham. J. A. Hughes, E .11. Tenney,
Fred. Macfarlano. J. A. McCandless,
Alonio (larlley, Antone Perry, I)r. P.
It. Day, Dr. J. 11. Judd.
The Committee Is nskod to tnko
this as an official notification of Its ap
pointment, and to meet In my ofllco
at 11 o'clock n. m sharp, Monday,
A. L. C. ATKINBON,
Acting Governor of Hawaii,
Tried To Collect
And Were Arrested
llllo, April 20. The exnmplo set hrre
by two Japanese. Fugl Katehl nnd Sa
kamoto Haliiro, for the collection of
bad bills ended disastrously In District
Court Thursday when Judge Hupal
lined each $100.
It all bntiiiencd thus: Hnniadn, .a
sulndllnc Jnnanese who until the do
parture of the 8. H. Olympla; conduct
ed a store here, went nboard the ship
on the eve of Its departure, leaving be
hind a number of creditors mm Jos.
v lerrn minus a buggy and harness.
which ho bad borrowed and Inter sold.
Amonc the creditors were Knlchl nnd
Sotaro, who bold n note Irom llnmada
for J70. Knowing of tho depurturo oi
the Etorekeepcr they went tu the store
and nt 11 o'clock at night, against the
urotcst of Hamada's stableman, tl.ey
proceeded to reimburse themselves by
taking some of the remaining stock.
It he claimed that wlillo taking mix
stock one of them entered each Item In
the sales book, appraising Its worth.
which tbcv entered in the casli column.
The next day, while, attempting to
dlsposo of tho goods, they were appro
bended and charged with second degree,
I'lion tilul Monday, their attorney
nrgued that In their notions there v.as
nntblng to Indicate an Intent to de
fraud. The Judge thought tills was a
poor method to collect debts, and, us nn
example! to others, fined them the J10U
per. An appeal was noted.
Restarick Speaks On
San Fransisco Disaster
lllshop llestarlck's sermon nt the Bt.
Andrew's Cathedral jesterday treated
Uie San Francisco disaster In its moral
and religious aspect. Tho toxt was as
"Or thoso eighteen upon whom the
tower of 8IIo.mii fell and slew them,
think ye that they were sinners above
all men that dwelt in Jerusalem? 1
tell you. Nay. but except yo repent, ye
shall all likewise perish." St. Luko
Tho lllsl.ops pointed out the fallacy
of the Idea that calamities like the ono
in question were to bo considered a vis
itation by Cod as a direct punishment
Tor the sins of the people of the strick
en city. Tho growing greed In our na
tional and business life be dwelt on nt
length, showing that many of the
houses In the burned districts were
mtru tlndcrlioxcs, and n menace to life
and health which ought to be des
troyed. Other lessons which could, uh
learned from the disaster were the true.
value uf things and the essential tirotli
erhood of man. He ended bis sermon
with these words:
"After tho crucifixion conies the re
surrection that Is the castcrtldn lesson
Qod grant that after this cross of fire
a San Francisco may rlso which shall
be better and purer and so stronger, A
city whose glory shall not be In its
blocks and stocks but lu tho character
of Its men, the purity unci stability of
its homes, tlio Integrity of Its cltlzeiu
and Its stand fur Uod, for righteous
ness nnd for truth."
s m i
Arrested With Nets
Hllo, April 20. The belief that nil
wero fish that came to their nets Is upt
to cost nine Japanese) bore from $20 to
Fish Warden Herring discovered nine
Japanese fishermen Wednesday morn
ing with somo very small fish and a net
with holes still smaller. They were al
plated under an est for violating the,
law, which demands n twu-lnch loop
bole In nets while tho hole in this ensn
vvns scarcely au inch. They nil gave a
bond of I'JO each.
Service Cable, Sunday afternoon:
China arrived probably at Oakland
ns cabVegrnms have been iccclvrd from
Home of ber passengers.
Just bad nnnlhor Miock. More, plas
ter has fallen In tho hut.
Weekly Bulletin SI per year.
Cnpt. Ilatnbcrry of tho local Salva
tlon Army has tabled Col. French of
Oakland to notify him of tho Army'4
losses nnd present needs.
The following cable was sent yester
day by Mr, Hhlozawa. editor of the
To Japanese Consul. San Francisco:
Cable Japanese condition, number cas
ualties, pecuniary heln. Convov mer.-
fage Nlchtbel Shlnsehal.
Hit hop Restarick announces that ho
will take up a special collection next
Sunday for tho 8an Francisco surfer
ors. In tho Cntholle Cathedral a requiem
mns.i will bo celebrated for tho vic
tims of tho San Francisco disaster at
9 a. in. next Thursday, and on Sunday
next nt all tho services a collection for
tho sufferers will bo taken.
. Following were the cables sent by
Oovernor Atkinson yesterday:
Frnser: San Frnnclsco. Kstablhli
many registration places In nil bay
cities for Hawaiian and thoso having
relations In Haw-all, Advertise by
now t papers, placards and otherwise)
location places of registration, promis
ing to cable Honolulu without cost
names nnd other Information.
Commercial Cable Company. Please
recognlzo Frnser as representing Ha
waii and permit him to have free ac
cess to city and cable ofllco,
Mr Yoon, acting for the Koreans of
Honolulu, hns cabled the Korean Unit
ed Society of San Francisco extending
The Catholic Lidlos' Aid Society will
meet this (Monday) evening, at ti
o'clock. In C. II. U. ball, to consider
relief for San Francisco sufferers.
Tho ladles' Auxiliary. Ancient Or
der of Hibernians, will meet nt C. II.
V. Hall this (Monday) evening nt 8
o'clock, with Division No. 1, A. O. II.,
to consider relict for San Frnnclsco
sufferers. AH members aro requested
Division No. 1, A. O. II., will meet
this (Monday) evening, with tl.
Ladles' Auxiliary, In C. II. U. ball, at
S o'clock, to consider relief for the
sufferers In San Francisco.
There will ha a meeting of tho Cath
olic Ilenovolent Union this (Monday)
rvenlng at C. II. U. hall, at 8 o'clock,
to consider relief for sufferers In San
Francisco. All members please attend.
s s i
Supplies Will Come
Other Coast Cities
That nn serious shortage of supplies
In Honolulu will lesult Irom tho San
Francisco earthquake Is tho opinion of
W. M. (llflard, second vice-president of
W. (J. Irwin & Co. Some iuconvenlciico
may be experienced for a time, hn
thinks, but supplies will soon be com
ing from other coast cities,
"While San Francisco Is an Import
ant shipping jiolnt, the l'aclflc Coast
Is too large aud productive to allow
that place to control nil the sources of
supplies," said Mr. (llflard. "Commer
cial relations between Seattlo and this
place, or Oakland nnd Honolulu, will
tnke tho place of thoso formerly exist
ing with San Francisco, nnd all tlm
provisions wo need will be furnished
"If the statement which has recently
been mads Is true, to tho effect that
merchants will put up prices of the
necessities of life, then n great wrong
will be done. It would bo Inhuman
for anybody to try to benefit by the
sorrows and misfortunes of others. 1
nm quite sure that our leading mer
chants will not tolerate such a thing,
aud If nny attempt of that kind Is made
It will bo by the smaller and less Im
Band Concert At
Emma Square Tonight
The Hawaiian band will give a public
concert tills Monday evening, at 7:1(0,
nt Kmma Square', tliep nigrum being us
March "Tho Man llehlnd tho dun",
Overturn "I'oet nnd Feasant" . .Suppo
InteriiiPzo "Thn Feather tjueen".
Srlectlon "The Mart)rs". . . .DonUetto
Vocal-Hawaiian Hongs...Ar. by llerger
Mcsdiimcs Nnul Alapnl and I.el Uliuu.
Selection "Count Hoffman". Orfenbacli
Wulls. "The Snurru" .... Wulcltvufet
1'oll.n -"Hod nnd lllaek" Coolo
"Tho Star Spangled Ilanner."
FALK In San Frnnclsco. April 13th.
l'.Wfi, Hay (I. mile, beloved husband
of Annie Fnlk, father of It. O. Falk,
Jr., und .Marlon Fnlk, and brother of
Mrs. Oussle Hchmllt, Mrs. J. !. Sar
gent ami c. J, Falk.