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EVENING DULLHyi:iN. I10N0JiPI,P, T. II., MONDAY, TEI1, 21, 1908.
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EDITED BY CHARLIE ALBRIGHT
CAFE CHANTANT DELIGHTS
Weird and Wonderful, Funny and
Foolish, French and Otherwise
Shuw One Grand Success
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section of that "vlllc plus chnrmant, '
hcRiin out h the sea Saturday night.
From nil points or view, savo one,
the affair was u complete success. So-.
tlct was thoio. Tho real "bung
torn;' of Honolulu put on Its Rlad
mirh .mil c.une In n huiiih to thu
show N'othliiK was lacking. James
Wilder, pi luce of good-fellows and
i nteitalnciB, to whom all ciedlt for
i he oilRlnatlon of the clever stunts
is due, was In his clement. Ills Pa
risian shoulder-shiuES and gestures,
when Introducing the llenuty Show
i which was a beauty) or a singer, or
gently icquestlng l'rof. Merger's mer
ry inusleers to oblige "s'll nous plait"
wltli a little noise, were really nil cd
uivllon In themselves. All In all,
l.imle was leally delicious; that is,
hi. inunneiB were, and In a great
part It was due to his cleverness In
Introducing and announcing thai the
i Hints went off tu 'perfectly and ens
ll Of course, the sad sea waves Kept
talng things, thus preventing many
pcoplo In the rear guard from hear
ing everything that was said on the
platform, but no ono minded. It
was for the yacht. Tho Iloynl Ha
waiian Hand started things going In
the first canto with a slice of music,
decidedly Kronen. In fact, It was eu
French y tnat few understood It, .but
no one minded. It was for the jacht.
Chester Livingston sang that splen
did Scottish bong, "Oh, for a llieath
of the Moorland," and received much
p.ilm-pralse for tho rendition.
"Small Karnilng" as seen through
tao eyes of tho notables of Honolulu
and vicinity, and told by C. II. Mc
llilde, was onu of the cleverest
things that has been heard for many
a long day. It fairly bubbled wit
(though Mac couldn't help It) .and
was full of sly slams that had real
points to them which means a lot.
"Marjhlng Along," sung by Chris
Jenkins, was so good that another
song was called for. Chris obliged
by singing a very nppropilate (to tho
occasion) drinking song.
"I Can't Get "Em Up(" and all tho
ether tuneful huglo calls of tho
United States Army were tounded by
thice footers fiom Fort Shatter, Mes
srs. Schwartz, Kumlbcrg and Oakley,
and thoy did It well. Thoy played In
twos and threes and singles, and ov
er y call .wos perfect. Hah for tho
tloys In lllne!
J Walter Doylo described entranc
ing!)' tho wonderful dualities of tho
$10,000 lleau on tho Inaldo. Como
111 and See." Walter should get u
poMtlon as n side-show Bplelcr. Ho
Is a slde-spllttcr'whcn ho starts talk
ing However, ho was cut short In
his vivid" desciiption by tho appear
ance of a nutty JUillan In the per
son or uuriurd Kimball, who had a
blood-thirsty guise on. The "beau
tiful, beautiful girls" took u fancy to
tho man with the red rag tied
around his beetling brow, and sang
a funny song about dancing without
'movln' do feet." The beauties wcio
V. Williamson, Mnnnlo I'lillllps, Dr.
Ilodglns and Harry Cobb
::cr. A. Wall and Dick Wright.
Commodore Cooper of tho Hawaii
Yacht Club was bravely toasted at
1 1 o'clock, and tho Commodore re
sponded, thanking all for tho Interest
shown In the yacht. Mr. Mclnerny,
"Trans-l'aclllc Man," whoso unflag
ging enthusiasm In nit things pertain
ing to tlie upbuilding of a true
yachting spirit in tho Islands has In
n great part made tho construction of
our nicer possible, gave an excellent
address, He thanked tho press for
their work, and paid a splendid trib
ute to Alexander I.yle, who has given
to much of his time and thought to
the yacht, lie nlso heartily thanked
James Wilder for tho part ho played
In originating the Cafe Chnntnut, the
piocecds of which go to the yacht.
Mr. Mclnerny reminded tho people,
however, that at least JldOU was jet
to ho received before the Ilnvall
would he clear of debt.
Ilctween the various Blunts danc
ing was Interspersed nil during the
evening, and continued until a lato
hour after Ihe tegular show was com
"Honor to whom honor Is due."
James Wilder, W. Mclneiny, Walter,
Doyle, and Chas. Wilder deserve the
thanks of Honolulu for the concep
tion and successful carrylng-out of
the Cafe Chautnnt. Unfoitunatcly,
there was u misunderstanding in the
fcrvlngof 'the "hot-dogs an'," but It
was through no fault of the Yacht
C'onimltteoior those In charge of the
AH In nil. It was one grand and
glorious splurge of success, and It
was for tho yacht.
K K U
Secretary Mclnerny of tho Yacht
Committee has announced Hint tho
mm so fur received for the Hawaii
liom tho Cnfo Chantnnt amounts to
J 5 CO. Many people thought there
wore at least 1E00 or 2000 people at
tho show Saturday night, but It Is
easy to ovcr-cstlmato on such an oc
casion. As It was, tho spacious
giounds In the open-air wero II lied
to overflowing. More money may yet
coma In, as nil of tho tickets have not
been nccounted for.
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Many Ladies Play Golf-Mott-Smith
ecoro of 80. Jle nlso mndc tho
lound of the "day, doing It In 37.
Tho following nrc the Bcorcs:
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pg'if f f sf 5f5ff 5f yfw-j$WQ f fw?f 3f ;f qp jf ; v
WHITNEY fc MARSH
Austin Whlto ...48 41 89 sc.
Oscar White ....50 51 104 2
11. II, Walker ,.C1 52 il3 4
A. F. Ewart ....62 60 102 18
C. S. Wright ..
B. W. Sutton . .
I', llnlstcnd ...
J. O. Young . , ,
,M 4G 98 15
.49 55 104 18
.43 47 90 2
.48 4C 94 6
C. Kimball 51 63 104 18
J. Q. Spencer ...G7 C9 13G 18
II. A. Wilder ...58 45 103 9
.1. D. aalnes ....10 53 99 11
K. A. Mott-Smith. 43 48 91 18
II. Hitchcock ...68 68 11C 18
Uco, Angus 44 45 89 sc.
J. Fnrwcll CI C5 129 18
T. M. Harrison.. 60 66 105 18
II. Ilotll G7 73 140 18
T. am 40 GG 112 5
S. (1. Wilder 55 5G 111 5
S. O. Wilder, Jr.. 02 54 110 18
M. Hoblnson ....48 5C 104 18
Dr. Hutchinson.. Gl GO 121 18
Alex. Wnlkcr ..50 54 110 18
B. C. i:dmunds.,55 52" 107 10
Dr. High 37 46 83 3
.1. D. Mclnerny.. 5G 57 113 15
U. McCiillum, It. J. Muchly nn
C. Wnldron did not finish.
Tho Sweet Violets yesterday fore
noon defeated the crack Aala A. C.
baseball team by the decisive score of
13 to G. Tho gnmo was hardly up to
tho standard of those usually played
on this diamond, yet it was Interest
ing from start to finish. Tho Sweet
Violets started off with a jump, land
ing two scores In tho Initial Inning
nud annexing four more In the sec
ond. The scvonth canto, howover,
seemed to bt n Jonah for tho Aula
team, for their rivals slammed tho
ball for a total ot six more runs,
making their counts ndd up to 13 all
This tells tho story:
AAI.A A. C.
AD It DII SI) O A K
Sam Hop, rf. ....3
Clement, c 4
Aiclu, 3b D
Anam, p ,5
Leslie, 2h ,3 0
K.-.la, ss 4
Hooiial, lbcf 3
Souza, cMf. 3 0 0
Ahop. If I 0 0
Ilrltto, lb 3 0 0
Totals 34 G 5 12 21 12 G
SWEET VIOLET A. C.
ad n mi si) o a i:
Ah Hook, H 5 1
K. Peterson, lb. . .6 1
Kualll, cf.-ss 5 3
Florcs, c 5 1
I.anl. 3b 6 1
Hlley, 2b 3 2
Ako, ss.-cf 5 2
Wal Wing, rf 5 0
Kapal, p 3 2
110 0 0
2 1 13 I) 0
0 3 6 0
Totals 41 13 12 G 27 15 5
Scoro by Innings: '
Aala A. C 10 2 0 3 0 0 0 00
Sweet Violets.. 2 4 1 0 0 0 C 0 13
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A special meeting of the Hawaiian
Tennis Association lias been cnllo 1
for tomorrow afternoon nt 6 o'clock,
In tho club-rooms of tho Paclllc
Tho championship match in thu
I'uniihou tennis tournament will bo
played this afternoon between A. J.
1-owiey and W. Engle, present cham
pions, and Stanley Kennedy and W.
THE PAINTE It PHONE 420.
Immediately after tho Floral Pa
i ado Saturday a great many enthu
siasts of tho golfing game took the
beautiful ride up to tho Country Club
and spent tho nftornoon there. Not a
lllllle" i few ot tho automobiles wero among
Williamson won the hearts of nil those' In the parade, and as tho gay.
with his mezzo-lyilc-supriino-adultls-l decorations wero still In evidence tho
"Inio volco, and each of tho otheM rteno took on the appearance of n
had numerous admlrois. Munnln gnla day. There woro several sur
Phllllps had tho real Ideal feminine piises In storo for tho visitors. Tho
make-up Just llko a lady. I clock golf course wbb In splendid con
After the Sympathy (Symphony, illtlou, and many ot the fair sex
ot course,) Orchestra had vied with availed themselves of the opportu-
llio aforesaid sad sea wavca with a.nlty to Indulge In tho mild spoil
llttlo pale-gray music, wlt)i a few However, the day was an Ideal ouo
stouns thiown In now and then to for tho HnkB, and tho crowd that
change tho thome, Mrs. Marlon Ciook, sung Its way around tho pretty
sang beautifully n French melody ' courco was 'ono of tho largest that
i.ud answered with a dollclous en- has played at tho Country Club this
tore. I winter.
Sam Johnson and troupe, consist-' The flag-raising ceremony was
ing of the Clark brothers, came be- carried out with all duo Imprcsslvc
loro tho llmo-llght as the next event ness. The Hag was hoisted by ox
on the program, and gave some won- (Jovernor Carter and initialed by U,
dorful exhibitions ot strength and P. Wilder. In tho golfing, thirty
skill on tho horizontal bars, That ' players took part In tho regular med
famous old conglomeration of wolr(l- nl play. 15, A. Mott-Smith was. the
nesa "Cock o' tho North" was torn blight particular star of tho day, get
off In large chunks by Plpor Stewart ling tho first round In 43 and tho
on tho Scottish pipes A madrigal second In 48. Dr. High was tho noxt
was sung by nu excellent quartet j best, taking second placo with a net
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The Hawaiian Hand will play tho
following program at Emma Square
at 7:30 this evening:
March: "Tho Spirit of Liberty"..
Overture, "Fra Dlavolo" .... Aubor
Uavotto: "Dawn of Lovo". . .Tohanl
Selection: "Hoblu Hood" (by re
quest) Do Kovon
Vocal: Hawaiian Songs, ar, by Hcrgor
Selection: "Tho Pirates of Pen
llallad: "Hy the Sea" Schubert
Waltz: "Lactlcla" Fahrbach
IEAP YEAR DANCE
(Special to The llullotln)
Walluku, Maul, Feb. 21. Tho la
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glvo a leap year dance at tho Knights
of Pythias hall Saturday evening,
Feb. 29. As the object for which
tho aid Is wanted Is n worthy ono,
many ot Central Maui's fair ones will
mnko it their business to sco that tho
dance Is well attonded.
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