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The Symphony Orchestra Will Gle
a Fine Concert at
Tlio concert arranged for ly the
Honolulu Sjmpuouy Orchestra to
tiike place nt Illshop Hall, Punahou,
tomorrow evening will bo nu unqual
ified musical treat. The concert Is
deserving ot large attendance, as the
odcuestrn hns been working hard for
months to make It n succeu.
The noraonnol of the orchestra la i
Director, II. It. llode: first violins,
Mrs. Ingalls, Dr. 0. K. Wall, W. A.
Love- and Herr Kahl; second violins,
Mrs. U. A. Ilojs, Miss Ilessle Hopper.
Miss Klnora Sturgeon, Miss VIoM
Damon nun Dr. Mooie; viola, 11. L.
Marx; 'cello, Dr. Carl ItamuBj doubloj
J.nss, Messrs. Williams and VIerrt;
lluto, Chas. S. Dcsky; clarinet, Mr.
Chad wick; oboe, Messrs. Kopke and
llcchtel; organ, Geo. Cooke; Hut
cornet, 0. C. Holsso; second coinot,
0. Kruss; trombone, J. K. Kaaa, tjiu
pant and drums, S. I'eclc.
Tlio following excellent program
lias boon auanged for tomorrow ovo
nlng, beginning at S:lp o'clock:
0 ci ture "Ilronze Horse" .... Auber
' (ri) "Am Sec" Krtrnr Cmtl
Flute Obllgnto by Mr. C. S. Deslty
(b) "Csntablle dui Delila nus San
sou imd Dollla" , . .
Mis. 13. Kalil (boprano)
Mm. C 11. Cooper, Mrs. S. 1.'. Damon,
M s Alex. Lindsay, Jr., Mrs. Wll
'linii Martin, Mrs 13, A. Mntt-Smlth,
Mrs. II. M oii Holt, Miss Wadding
ton mid Miss K. Ward; contraltos,
Miss Avlutt. Miss Judd. Mrs. W. A.
Kinney, Miss Ada Rhodes, Mrs Simp
ton, Mrs. C. S. Weight and Miss
Wlnnc; tenors, L. U. lllackmau, C.
Kdmunds, 1. J Harwood, Arthur
Wall and Clarence Waterman; baBse-t,
D. AnderLuu, Walter Ucukbano, A. J.
lllackman, Hev. A. L. Hall and Cur
"A Hoiuanco" . . . Mendelssohn
"O Klj- With Mo"
"A Youth Once Loved"
"Ovor Their Orae"
"In This Hours of Softened
Klnvltatlon to the Dance".. .Wober
J'Symphoiiy No 2" Ilcothovcn
X 1, Adagio, Molto, Allegro, Con
f bio. In D Major.
Larghetto, A Major.
Schoro and Tilo. Allegro In
t 4, Allegro, Molto. D MuJor.
In addition to tlio Instiiimentnl
numbers to bo plajcd by the oielies
tra, the' followliiK ladles and gentlo
mon are kindly hinging a group of
"part songs, the first being from Men
delssohn's unaccompanied sorlcs, and
t.io second by l'lnsutl; Sopranos,
it ft -(
The band will play at Aala l'nik at
7.30 this evening, Following Is tho
March, "Tho Hod Domino" (now)
Intermezzo "La Lorclla" Borol
Selection "Tho Messenger Boy" ..
Vocul, Hawaiian Songs. ar. by Merger
(a) "Punch and Judy" (new)..
(b) "Loo In Illack and Whlto"
Tiooi "General Snluto" (new) .,
(n) "You .Splash Me and I Splash
You" (new) Solinun
(b) "She W3 a Urand Old Lady"
KQNA PROJECT PROVIDES
BOOS HOMES AND PROFIT
"Having been requested, by many
who wish Information about tho Kona
Vineyards Co. Ltd., I will glo to tho
public a few points on tho Company s
plans," ould llT. Moore, treasurer of
thn now Komi enterprise
"Tho company ban an ngrcan-vnt
for 950 acies of land, which Ii located
at South Koip, County of Hawaii
This agreement 13 nu' record and U
op-n to public Inspection at any time
Of this nroa there aro from five to six
hundred acres which ere splendidly
adapted for the cultivation of grape
Nines, pineapples and other frultn.
Five hundred ncro3 of the tract will
bo cut up Into fivo ucro lots and given
to the EtocVholdors who nicy own
five or morn shares cf tlio coinpan
for n term of ten years. Tho owner
of tho shares (who Is, really, tho fruit
funnel) may plant tho land or may
make arrangements to liavo tho same
fully planted and cultivated, but must
do so In two yearn. Vines, or such
other proper fiults as tho company
may deslro will, bo planted, a.i.l the
farmer will deliver to tho company,
diii'liij the term mentioned, all fruits
so lalsed, und, at tho factory, will
rccelvu payment on tlio following
t,calu of prices:
"Whlto grapes $30 per ton; lilac)
sing on tho price of tho laud. Their
leport is Until and binding on the par
lies In Interest nnd payment la to bo
made, for tho land, during tho ten
jc.itH following Its appraisal. Tills
may be, at tlio option of tho fanner,
by cash deposits or In fiult deilveied
to tho company's factory.
"1 may stale hero that It has been
lull) demonstrated that from $400 ito
$000 woiili of fruit can bo annually
raised o;i an aero of land similar la
quality to that or tho Kona company.
OlKr fruits ian lie gron In bet.vcoa
thotjows p'r pines an'l lncs. My esti
mate icfera to tho product of and from
en acre after tho third year of plant-
"Cultivallonf niter -tlio ground lias
been picpnrcd Is not coatly, and con
olsts, mainly, hi cutting and pruning
Vltlcultuio and scientific fruit grow
grapes (35 per ton; Hawaiian pineap
ples (nil slios taken), bananao and lnK ttln bo tnuK,t thoso persons w'uo
cie not presently versed In tlio ciiltmo
this without charge.
oranges $15 per ton; other fruits $10
"At the expiration of tho term of
ten venrs tho farmer (shareholder) Is
entitled to purchase ,hl3 lot In tho ful-'
lowing way: Ho selects two peisons.
tho company nominator two otlieis;
tbebo four select n fifth pernou and
theso fivo aro a valuation board pas-
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MARVELOUS STORY OF KOREA
This Is tlo subject of Ulshop
Mnoio's ad.UcsB at Central Union mid
woeW tervice, 7:30 this evening. Ko
rea Is i olltlcally bubjuct to Japan but
religiously she Is forging ahoad of
tier conqueror. The stoiy of how her
people uro assimilating tho spirit ot
Christianity sounds moro llko fiction
than fact. No pcoplo over have ex
hibited tho powor of the Gospel moro
wonderfully. Illsliop Mtioro has had
tho ndvantngo ot residence In Korua
nnd Is nblo to marshal! tho two essen
tials, full 'knowledge of tho Biibjcct
and consummate power ot presenta
tion The public Is cordially Invited
to bo pioscnt,
Tho Central Federated union at n
meeting In Now York called on tlio of
ficials of Greater Now Yoik to fur
nish work for tlio groat number of
men now Idle In the eastern motrop
Ono thousand Now Yoik saloon
keepers nt n meotlns agreed to eloso
their salooni It thf brow era Insist on
Increasing tho prlco of beer CO cunt?
a ban el,
WHITNEY & MARSH i g
OUR SALE OF
Wasli Goods si
"Upon this showing it will be seen
that a stockholder Is not only entitled
to sharo in tho dividends of tho com
pany rrom Its vvlnory nnd dlstlllcii
but Is enabled to tecum a vnluablo and
Improved homestead In tlio licnlthlest
part of Koua tho girden spot of Ha
waii, Ho 1b not compelled to perma
nently resldo on tho lnnd, for ho can
have It planted, caied for and worked
. by another'person, Just ns tlio orcngo
I orchards of Southern California wcro
'dovolopod for thoso who wero Invest
ing but who, nt the tlmo of ngi cement,
did not caio to rcetdo upon their hold
I Inss. Kona Is tho finest placo In this
Territory for rest and for recreative
purposes. This cannot bo dented, nnd
I tho plan of this co-yoratlon Will en
able tho business man. Investor and
tho farmer to lcMdo under his own
'vino and fig tiee.'"
ROMAN CATHOLIC FAITH
INCREASED DURING YEAR
Consisting of MERCERIZED WHITE
GOODS suitable for Shirt Waists,
Suits, and Gents Shirts.
Also a large assortment of
Reduced to 5c yard
Milwaukee, Wis., Jan. 21. There
'nio 13.877.42C Homan Catholics In
tlio United States, according to tho
udvanco sheets or tho 100S Wiltzlus
Catholic dlicctory, published In this
city These figures show an lncrcaso
of 788,092 over last year. Includ
ing tho Catholic population of tno
Philippines, which amounts to 7,
000,000, and adding ,tho 1,000,000
embolic population of Porto Iltco
nnd tlio 35,000 Catholics of tho Ha
. vvallan iBlands, the entlie Catholic
population under tho Ameilenn U"S
amounts to 22,018,808. All figures
aro Bub,mlttcd to tho dlroctory pub
lished by the. virions archbishops
Q3F BULLETIN ADS. PAY &&
GOLF COURSE TO
The Annual Meeting Held and Officers
Elected to Serve for Com-
A luigo and enthusiastic gathering
ot goiters attended the meeting of, tlio
Honolulu Golf Club which was held
In tlio looms ot the Scottish Thlstla
Club Inst evening. A good showing
had been mndo during the past year,
and tho report of tho secretary show
ed that tlio lmpiov omenta niado to
the course would enable the golfers
to enjoy n still more enjoyable sea
Lon thlb jear.
Tho following officers for tho com
ing year wero elected:
Captain, Frank Hnlstcad; vlco cap
tain, M. It. Jnmlccon; secretin y, U.
W. Anderson; treasurer, II. H. Wal
ker; committee, ubovo ofTlcers, J. D.
Gaine3, J. D. Mcluerny and C. O.
Secretary D. W. Anderson's repoit
was as follows:
Gentlemen: Tho year ending De
cember 31, 1907, has, without doubt,
bocn one of the must tucce33ful, both
financially and otherwUo, In the ex
istence ot tho Honolulu Colt Club.
The number ot members during tho
year was SC. This year wo have, so
lar, received two lostgnatlons nnd
fivo applications for membership.
Tho thanks ot tho club uro again
duo to tho Hon. S. M, Damon for his
great gcnoroslty in permitting the
club to. piny over the golf courso and
tor his keeping up tho course lu such
lino shnpo and for tho ninny Impiovc
ments which hnvo been made by him
(luring tho past year on tho clubhouse
and on tho course.
rurthcr alterations nnd Improve
ments which will extond tho com no
considerably uio nt piosent In prog
less, the two special fea tinea ot
which lire the lengthening of the
fourth hole by talcing tho teeing
mound back to about H5 jaida from
tho top ot the hill; and the exten
sion of tho fifth holo to nbout C40
yards, with suitable- I1a2.11 da through
Tho giound has been laid out and
h.uawli located by A. Mael.aien and
tho vvoil: will bo carried out under
tno nblo supct vision of Donald Mae
Tho com so as it stands today Is lu
lino condition, and with tfio comple
tion of tho piopocd nlteiatlmiB will
1 mil: aa ono of tho flnc3t nino-holo
courses In tlio world, both as regards
variety of play as well as beauty ot
During the pant year there lrivo
been b(x club competitions, ns fol
(1) April 14. Koursomo competi
tion. Won by r. Klebalin nnd W. (,'.
(2) Medal play. May 19. Won
by n. O. Whlto; SG less 4 82.
(3) llogey competition. August
11. Won by J. D. Gaines.
(4) Match play tournament. Won
by H. O. White.
(5) Koursomo competition. Oc
tober 20. Won by C. I. Weight and
(6) Medal play competition.
Scintch prize. Won by Austin White,
S3. Champion for 1907. Handicap
prizes won by E. Mtinio, 100 lest, lb
SC, nnd C. Wolght, 100 less 1C
In addition to tho above-mentioned
club competitions, sovcrnl tourna
ments for the Whlto Hock tiophy
have been played over the courso dur
ing the past year.
Tonight's performance will bo tho
final ono of "Other People's Money,"
which hns piuvcd ono ot the mpst
delightful plavs presented hero this
season. Tomorrow night the Unit
performnnco ot "Tho Great Conspir
acy" will be given, This Is u society
melodrama, its characters being
mainly New York society nnd club
people. The story Is an unusual one,
the villain and his accomplices tup
ping tho Atlantic cablo and sending
to tlio United States a roport that
two Huropeiin nations had declared
war ugulust this nation. Tho objet t
of tho conspiracy, tho Influencing ot
tho block market, la accomplished,
and tho villain grows wealthy, only
to meet fitting punishment nt the
conclusion. Tho play abounds In
tomedy and Is up to tho standaid ot
tho melodramas that hnvo been hold
ing the boards nt the Orpheum dur
ing tho past few weeks.
On Monduy night next the first
performance, of "The Squaw Man" H
to bo given. This Is ono of the
gioatest playn of recent yearn nml
Lhould not bo missed.
Ambassador Orlscom In Homo nrj
ccnted King Victor Emmanuel with a
number of tho now American gold
coins, 10 and ?20 pieces, for tho
king's collection, which numbers (Jo.
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