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E- SA'IL'HUAV I
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All visiting member of ha
order are cordially Invited to
attend nuttings of local lodges
HARMONY LODGE, No. 3, 1.
Meets every Monday evening at
7! JO In I. O. 0. V. Hall. Fort Street.
E It HENDRY. Secretary
HEN. K V1CKERS, N U.
AU visiting brothers very cordially
MYST10 LODGE, No. 2, K. of P.
Meets evoiy i'uiday evening at
i:Sn o clock In K of P. Hall, cor.
Port and Uere'aulu. Vlsltlnj broth
sr cordlnllv Incited to attend.
. L I.YLE. CO..
F. WALDRON. K.HS.
OAJIU LODGE, No. 1, K. of P.
lUota ovei Fildny ovening at
T:30 In It of V HhII, turner FoU
and Ueretunlu Visiting brotheis
cordially Invited to attend.
A G DEEMING, CO.,
JAS. W. WHITE, K.H.8.
KOHOLULU LODQE 616, B. P. 0. E.
nonolulu Lodge No. GIG, 1). P. O.
C, will meet In their hall on Kin;
rear Fort stroot overy Friday oven
tug. 11 y oritur of the 11 It.
ItAURY A. WILDER.
F. E. RICHARDSON, H. II.
Wm. M'KINIEY LODGE No.8, K.of P.
Meets every Saturday evening at
7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, cor
Fort and 13ertaula. VUltlng broth
Irs cordially Invited to attend,
( W. L ritAZEE, CC,
E. A. JACOUSUN, K.R.3.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
Maeis on the 2nd and 4th WED-
tfES)v.Y ctenlngs of each month at
7:80 o elude in K. of P. Hull, corner
Itaretunta and Tort streets.
Visiting Eagles are Invited to at
V. L FRAZEE. W Prest,
II. T MOORE, Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
Moets every first and third Thur
days of each month at Knights tit
Pythian Hall. VUltlng brothers cor
dally Invited to attend.
J W ASCII, Sachem.
A. E. MURPHY. C of R.
Swell rooms en mite with or with
out baths; with every modern con
venience. Rates may he had from
Mrs. J. W. Macdonald,
WILDER AVE. and PUNAHOU ST.
I A GOOD SIGN
COSTS YOU NOTHING IT
PAYS TOR ITSELF.
MAKES GOOD SIGNS.
Send in your orders at once to
The Finest Jade Jewelries, Eto.
The Finc3t Workmanship on the
Leave your order now for Chinese
Hotel St., bet. Alakea and Smith.
Japanese Curioi, Silk Kimonos,
Shirts, Pajamas, Shirt WaisU, Fancy
HOTEL STREET NEAR BETHEL.
lVmg avid Bethel Sts.
"Some people like to me
second-hand soap; others do
not." Max O'Rell.
It can be avoided by
In West's Eiqnid Soap Dis
penser your skin cannot h
contaminated if you will adopt
Hotel and Port Sts.
It will build you up
CHAMBERS DRUG CO.,
FOR. FORT AND KING ST8.
vuvorv vwftuniarTYunn- Mfracussczsrai
Vc have a big, fresh lot of
them just m. They are
just as good as ever. Phone
J. M. LEVY & CO.,
es in Shoes
aie sure promoters of dis
ease. Pneumonia frequently
follows an ordinary oold and
either may 'be brought on
by wearing poor shoes.
We Repair for $1.25
VICKERS' SHOE REPAIR
1110 UNION ST. P. 0. BOX 367.
The Weekly Edition of th. Evening
Bulletin gives a compute' iummary of
the newi of the day.
5 Tttl bUili, I
j Malt Extract
Auto at haok-fare. Tel. 405.
Panama lints cleaned al the Globe.
H II Cmt toft on tho Klnnti at
Phone 452 for a hack. Bethel
St. HacTc Co.
Bulletin Business Office Phone 250.
Eullotin Editorial Room Phone 185.
JudRi Dole has ordered tho (11
chin nv fiom bankruptcy of Yamamoto.
The Hoffman Saloon serves lied
Hots fiee wltll h drink every after-
The Fashion Saloon Is now serving
m excellent dinner between 4 and 0
Excelsior IIiIko No. 1, I. O O. I
wilt moot In Odd Follow s hall at 7:31)
Hock crushing In about to boglt
roar tho foot of thu road loading up
Mystic Lodge Nd. 2, K. or P. will
moot In IC. of I', hall this Tuvwlu)
evening at 7:30.
W. W. HurrU of IIIlu, formerly of
this clt, H.itlcd on tho Kliinit todu
for his homo In HIIo.
Jnpiineso Interpreter J. It. Loo of
Muut loft for his homo this noou, sail
ing In tho Manna I.oa.
A complete account of the Floral
Farade in Satunlay's issue, ready for
mailing, Five Cents.
.Mis Dunn's hats for Hauler nro tho
prettiest ever Known horo and tho
most exclusive as to stylo.
A. Mcl'hee and .1. winters vvoro
booked for tho steamer .Maunn I.on,
which nailed at noon today.
i:. II. Hart, clerk to Judge Kopolkul
of tho Second Clicult, rotniiied to his
I OKI today on tho Muim.i I.o.i.
Mr mid Mis Day nnd Mr and Mrs
llrniin, who booked on tho Klnan, left
for tholr respective destinations todn
Judge Llndray estordny furthci
lu-ard tho water rights Injunction case
or Mcllryde Sugar Co. v. Kolo.i Sugar
Mi and Mrs. It. C. Dunn loft for tho
mululaiid today, sailing on tho steam
ihlp Illloiiliiu of thu Malum Naviga
Mr. and lira. Cooloy and Miss Coo
toy woio outgoing passengers on tho
Klnnti, which Balled for Maul and Ha
Cost your Iron roofs with ".Viable"
You will be surprised at Its cool tut
and pronorvatlve properties. Cillfornfci
Feed Co., axenta
I ofelidant in tho action to quiet
title of I.. I.. McCandlosi v. Oaliu Hal!
way & Land Co. denies every nllcga
lion of tho plaintiff.
Mrs. James Uiw, who accompanied
her husband's remains from the Or
ient, balled today on tho MaUou Nav
igation liner Hllonlnn.
This Is tho tlmo to visit Halclvva and
get ouo of tho good meals served thoro
by Mlno Hos,t llldgood. Tho roads uru
particularly good at thl.'i season.
The regular monthly meeting of tho
Woman's Guild of St. Clement's
church will bo held on Tuesdn), Feb.
25. at 3 o'clock, lit the parish house.
About $10n a day Is being disbursed
b the Depaiunotit of Justice, through
Marshal Hendry, In connection with
tho sptclnl term of tho Federal court
Among tho passengers who sailed In
the Hllonlan this morning wcro Mi
and Mrs. Clnrenco G Whlto and child.
They woro bedecked with pietty lels
The White Family Rotary (lock and
ekaln stitch) Is the bost sewing ma
chine In tho world. Benny fc Co., Ltd.,
fcsnts, 12fiG, Fort street. Photiu 4SS.
Tho Knnnlu Rowing Club nro giv
ing thiir concort this Tuesday ov oil
ing nt Mrs W I Hopper's residence
on Koeauniokii street. Tickets on salo
at the door.
Mary Knpola Kalolklnt hns brought
tult against Albeit Watcrhoiiso, ad
ministrator of tho estato of A. Katilil,
deceased, for $13,369.10. C. F, Fetor
ton Is her attorney.
N. Omsted of Hnna, Maul, haa
brought an action to quiet tltlo against
Hnwclo Kaiilmnkaolo, M. S. Grlnbuiim
and Knleliu Sugar Co., for 6.19 acres
of land lu Hun i district.
A decrco of adoption wna granted
by Judge Lindsay to Annie llama,
wheiobv fho takes tho relation of
parent to William K and F.llzabeth IC.
Hliam, her grnndchlldreu.
The Itapld Transit cars can led on
Washington's birthday 33,314 passen
gers without accident to car or hull
Vldual This lb tho locord day's but
Iness In tho history of tho company.
A handsome Hawaiian Hag, tho prop-
city of Judge Uolo, which had been
used lu deem at lug the Opera llouso
for tho Floral l'arado, was htoltn from
that phico last Satuiduy night.
Honolulu Aerie No. HO, F. O. H.,
will moot nt 7 o'clock sharp tomorrow
evening, Instead of 7:30, ko that the
members may have iiniplo tlmo to pre
pare for tho reception of the twenty
now Ihigles who me waiting to bo ad
mitted IlUbluoss of gieat Importance will
be Iruusitctid at tho meeting or Court
Cutnoes No. SU0. A. O. P., to bo hoi I
this ovening In Sail Antonio hall
Thero will bo election fur ilclegato to
tho High Court convention mid Loutlu
uutlun of pedro tournament.
C. F I'oterson, administrator of the
cblnte of Samuel M, I'odrn, petitions
for Instructions as to payment of
claims. Tliore Is duo to tho tslato
$342 and clnlms have been presented
against It amounting to about $0S7.
Taxes for eight years amounting to
$209 70 are u"ue nnd tho assessor
claims they should bo paid In full,
while tho Honolulu Undertaking Co
also contends that Its claim of $25
for funeral expenses should bo paid In
full. Tho other claimants contcud that
the taxes and funeral oxpenscs nro
not preferred claims, but should be
nuld pro rata with other claims. Mr,
I'otorson can not perform a mlraclo
end therefore asks what ho should do
nbout tho payment of claims,
A. N, SANFORD.
EXCELLENT LAUNDRY WORK
don. by th.
slth their n.w FRENCH dry cl.anlna
US Beretanla 8t. Phono 1491.
u i J LUUMr
Meets With Defeat
VANCOUVnit, 11 l" . Feb 2 1 -The Court of Appeals has declined
the Natal Act Inoperative against the Japanese.
JUDGE QR0SSCUP HELD
CHAKLKSTON. Ill , Feb. 21. Federal Judgo Orosscup and seven oth
er directors of tho Illinois Traction rond have been arraigned on n charge
of manslaughter, as responsible for the traction accident lust August lu
which eighteen people weic killed.
ENGINEERS' STRIKE IS SETTLED
I.ONDONi Knglund. Feb 21 The terms of settlement for tho engl
neeis' strike on tho Tno have been accepted by both provisionally.
yASHlNOTO.N, I) C, Feb. 24.
tleshlp licet will he lu San Frnnclsio
HOME, Italy. Feb 24
cloven months In prison
thi: ciiAnci:t'its nr.uNis now
vessel Malte, on her maiden vojagc,
arrived here last night and Is now
docked at the Dlshop wharf She litis
on boaiM nbout 1200 tons of freight for
Honolulu, consisting In the main of the
iibtial Oriental caigo. The sailing
Onto of the vessel luis not tt been
tct. The Malte Is one of the round-the-world
boatsthat Is, she has what
they call a spoclnl lound tho world
loute. This Is l;er last trip to Hono
lulu, iiinl the 6ttfJr largo boats of this
Hue will nof touch at this port In tho
futme. The company has n contract I
to cair Canadian mail, and she will
tut .Mrnlght across tho I'aclqc from
Yokohama to Vancouver on her voy
ages from now on. On this voyage the
Malte will put in nt both San Fran
Cisco and Seattle Theio will bo twu
smaller boats, niimoly the Canarlas
nnd tho Caravcllas, put on the Orient
Honolulu Snn FiauclscoSoattlo rim.
Neither of the so boats la as largo as
THE FOLLOWINO description of
the French rouiid-lho-vvorld sleainoi
Malte was given out by the purser lids
morning. This Is her maiden voj
age, nnd tho description gives tho
places at which she has touched
Chargeuis itcunls S. S. Mnllo llullt
at Wallsend on Tyno by Messrs.
Swan, Hunter and Wlghnni Hlchnrd
ton. Length over all, COS feet; beam,
extreme, S3 feet 8 Inches; moulded
depth, 3G feet 11 Inches; maximum
draft. 2S foot fi Inches; displacement.
JC.OOO Ions; gioss tonnage, 8213 tons;
net tonnage. 5213 tons. I'oits: Ant
werp; Dunkirk. Dec. t; La Fallico,
Dec 4; Munadlles, Dec. 11; (lenoa,
Dec, 12, Naplob. Doc. 15; Foil Said
Doc. 20; I'eilm, Dec 29; Colombo, Jan
G; Singapore, Jan. 13; Hongkong, Jan.
18; Shanghai Jan. 25; Clilnwangtuo,
Jniri 30; Kobe. Feb. 4; Yokohama, Fob.
13; Honolulu, Feb. 25.
THElli: WAS A llEFOHT on the
waterfront this morning that a school
of whales was outside tho harbor nnd
that the ctew (if the John and Win
throphad manned their whaling boats.
Thero did not senni to bo vor much
foundation fop tho supposition, for
several shipping men had been out to
the Wlnthiop lu tho nioinlng, nnd they
btnted that tlioy had not heard anj
thing about whales or scon any of the
monsters. Nevertheless, a number of
long black boats could be seen out
side, and lluy teitalnly ictunibled
THE AMEUIOAN barkontlno Fill
letton, Captain Kitchen, nrilvod heio
this morning fiom I'ort Sail Luis.
Copies of a libt of Light, Huoys and
Daymaiks in tho 12th Lighthouse sub-
A Most Excellent Assortment of
1HE BEST "FITTERS" IN TOWN.
W. W. Ahana Co.,
62 S. KING ST. PHONE 525.
cleans and fills itself; no ink
dropper, smeared fingers, twis
ted rubber, extra parts, or ex
It's the new Fountain Pen,
Hawaiian News Co..
Alex. Young Bldg., Bishop St.
1W0 MONTHS AWAY
Secretary Metenlt najs that the bat
before May 15.
ben convicted nnd sentenced to
district, corrected to .Innunr.v 1, 190S,
are being dlstilbuted by the locul olllcu
of the lighthouse board.
THi: STANDARD Oil. S1II1' Astral
looks like she might topple over, she
Is bo high In tho air. Her load of
Navy coal Is about discharged.
THE ALICE COOKE Is ljlng nt the
wharf behind tho Customs house.
MAHOGANY CO. BUYS
(Continued from Pace 1)
five minutes after the order had been
received. It will be completed within
' l's, and will have n capacity
of turning out 2500 ties a day. In
the meantime tho company Is turning
out u number of ties by means of
adzes, but tho arrival of the new
plant will greatly Incroaso Its capac
ity for doing this kind of work.
While It will be used in tho mnln for
turning out the tics which huvo been
ordered for tho Santa Fe railroad to
start with, It Is also able to work on
Tho ofilcers of tho company stated
that they hud not arrived at any de
cision on tho transportation matter,
as there wero several questions In re
gard to It which thoy wished to look
up, but it Is understood that the prop
osition submitted by tho Matson NaV'
Igatlon Company Is being very favor
(Continued from Piae 1)
Altai took tho responsibility upon bin:
bclf and selected Dr. K. Halda, on be
half of tho Japanese Medical Associa
tion and D. Yonekura, president of
the .Japanese Merchants' Association,
with himself as members of the chief
Committee on entertainment. This
committee will moot this ufternoon at
3.30 o'clock to discuss the lleot af
fairs. No definite plans have been
laid out, but ft Is expected that some
thing would bo accomplished at to
day's meeting. Aknt himself docs not
know JuBt how to stait tho thltig mov
lug, and he Is uuxlous to know what
the members of tho Chamber of Com
metco ure doing In the matter. Somo
suggestions and Ideas would bo most
acceptable to tho Chlucbo and Japan
ese entertainment committees. At
any rate, thoy aio leady to help en
Icrtuln tho fleet when It leaches hero.
1'rusldcut Yonekura of the Merchants
Absoclntton had nothing to say when
uppronched on tho subject, but ho lit
tlmate'l his willingness to cooperate
lu tho movo.
NO CHANCE FOR HER
Newpop "Did you tell Mrs. Flat
lelgh that tho baby had a tooth?"
Mrs. Newpoii "No, I didn't get a
(hanre. Her husband presented her
with n poodlo yosterday."
Tlorcm (11 p. m.) "Well, I must b
Kolnt;. I assure ou, Miss Cutting, tho
tlmo has passed very pleasantly for
me this cvcnlnsl" Miss Cutting
"Yosj nnd for me It la still moro pleas
ant to realize that It Is past."
David R. vFoigan, president of tho
National City bank of Chicago, spoak
Ing nt tho annual dinner of New Yoik
bankers, said tho country needB moro,
not less, extension of credit.
CABLE 11EP0RT OF SAN
Monday, February 3.
YOKOHAMA Arrived Feb. 'l:
.hip. S. S. Nippon Maru, hence Jau
fin.VYS HAUDOU Sailed Feb. 1:
Am. Bchr. C. A. Thayer, for Hono
Vrft. schr. Mniilla, for Honolulu.
t'f.UT TOWNSKND Arrived Feb. 4:
Am. sp. Jabez Howes, from Kahulul
Wednesday, February S.
AN FIIANOISCO Sailed, Feb
J,as. Ilolph, for HIIo.
Saturday, February 8,
H1LO Sailed Feb. 3:
Am. bk, Mohican, for San Francisco,
Monday, February 10.
YOKOHAMA Arrived Feb. it).
B. 3. Asia, hence Jan. 28.
HILO Sailed Feb. 7:
Am. schr. Compeer, for Kureka.
Tuesday, February 11.
HONOH'LT Arrived, Feb. It:
Am. schr. Houolpu, from San Fran
cIsco, Jan. 25.
Wednesday, February 12.
l'OHT OAMIJLK Arrived Feb 11:
Am, bktne. KJlkltnt, hence Jau. 21.
Thursday, February 13.
SAN FIIANCISCO Arrived Feb. 12:
Am. bk. Amy Turner, hence Jan. 15.
BAN FIIANCISCO Arrived Fob. 13:
V. 8. A. T Thomas, htuco Feb. 6.
HILO Arrived Tcb. 11:
Am. bk. Andrew Welch, from Saa
TOK.OIIAMA Sailed Feb. 13.
P. M. S. S. Siberia, for Honolulu (1
EUHBKA Sailed Feb. 13:
Atn. schr. O. M, Kellogg, for. Ho.
Oaturd?y, Fobruary 15.
EUREICV Arrived Feb. 14:
Am. schr. Evn. henco Jan. 22.
NEWCASTLE Sailed, Fob. 13:
llr. S. S. Elvnston, for Honolulu.
HILO Sailed. Feb. 13:
A.-H. S. 8. Mexican, for Sullna Ciua.
Monday, February 17.
VANCOUVElt Arrlvod Feb. 14:
Dr. S. S. Aorangl, hence Feb. 6.
HANA Arrlvod Toll. 15:
Am. schr. Houolpu, fiom Honolpu
YOKOHAMA Arrived, Feb. 17:
IV M S. S. Mougolli, henco Feb. C.
YOKOHAMA Sailed Fob. 14:
Fr. S. S. Malta, for Honolulu.
KIHEI Sailed Feb. 10:
Am. S. S. Lansing for Port Harford.
Wednesday, February 19.
SALINA CRUZ Arrived Feb. 17:
A. -fH. S. S. Arlzonan, from Hlln
SALINA CnUZ Sailed Feb IS:
A.-H. S. S. Columbian, for San Diego.
8AN FIIANCISCO Arrived rob. 18:
Am. bk. Annie Johnson, from HIIo
Jan. 31. .
QAVIOTA Arrived Feb. 18:
Am. sp. Falls of Clyde, hence Feb. 5.
YOKOHAMA Sailed Fob. 19.
P. M. 8. S. China, for Honolulu.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Feb. 19:
Jap. S. S. America Maru, henco
Am. bk. Mohican, from HIIo Feb 2.
Thursday, February 20.
KAHULUI Sailed, Feb. 19:
Am. ship Ersktno M. Phelps, for
KAHULUI Arrived. Feb. 20:
A.-H. S. S. Ncvadan, from Hono
lulu. Friday, February 21,
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed Feb. 20:
Am. bk. R. P. Rlthet, for Honolulu.
U, S. A. T Crook, for Honolulu.
A.-H. S. S. Texan, for Honolulu.
Monday, February 24.
AUCKLAND Arrlvod Feb. 15.
Nor. bk. Concordia, hence Jan, 8. i
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Feb. 20:
Am. S, S. Enterprise, from HIIo
KAIIULUI Sailed Feb 21:
A.-H. S. S. Ncvadan, for Honolulu.
HILO Arrived Feb. 18:
Am. hk. (1. C. Toboy, from Honolulu.
HILO-'-Arrlvcd Feb. 19:
nr. S. S. Hampstcad, fiom Honolulu.
HILO-Salled Fob. 20:
Am. bk. St, Kathcrlne, for San Fran
Cisco. MAHUKONA Arrived Feb. 21:
Am. sclir. H. C. Wright, from Snn
HONOIPU Arrlvod, Feb. 24:
Am. Bchr. Hcleno, fiom Newcastle
NEWCASTLE Sailed, Feb. 23:
Am. schr R. C. Slade, for Honolulu.
HR1SHANK Arrived, Fob. 24:
Dr. S. 8. MIowora, henco Feb. 8.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Feb. 21
A.-H. 8. S. Nobrusknn, from Kahu
Tuesday, February 25.
SAN FRANCISCO Aiilved, Feb. 23:
O. S. S. Alamcdn, hence Feb. 19.
SAN DIEQO Arrived, Feb. 24: A.-H.
S, S. Columbian from Snllnu Cruz.
HRISI1ANE Airlved Feb. 19:
H. S. Moana, fiom llrlsbane, for Ho
IQUIQUE Sailed Jim. 11:
Mr bk. Ilulyvviiod, for Honolulu.
CALLAO-Salled Feb 4:
Jap S. a. Kaoado Mam, for Hono
lulu. SAN FRANCISCO Sailed, Fob. 25:
P. M. M. S. Korea, for Honolulu.
Schr. Muriel, for liana.
TALTAL Sailed Feb 25:
Schr. Alumna for Honolulu.
A Wet Sheet
and a flowing sea and a wind that
follows fast. Such is yachting, Let
us build that yacht for you,
Charles D, Walker,
BOAT AND MACHINE WORKS,
King near Alipai,
m. p in a m-
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Last quarter of the moon Feb. 21.
Hawaiian standard tlmo Is 10 hours
30 nilnutCB slow-or than Greenwich
time, being that of tho meridian of 157
Ictrrees 30 minutes. Tho time whlstlo
blows at 1:30 p. tn which Is tho same
as Greenwich, 0 hours 0 minutes, Sun
and moon are for local time for ths
H k, n, a ;i X X X X X
Tuesday, February 2..
S. S. Malto, Uennnl, from the Or
ient nnd France, off port last iiIkIiI.
Tuesday, February 25
Am. bktn. Fulleitou, Kitchen, fiom
Pot Snn Luis, u. m.
H JQ M 1 3C H K SC 3C K B K II
" DEPARTED .
Ef K M K 5S X XI itf K K M K 3S X K S
Tuesday, February 25.
Stmr. Klnan, Clarke, for Hawaii
Stmr. Maunn I.on, Slmerson, for
Maul and Hawaii ports, noon.
S. H. Hllonlnn, Johnson, for Snn
Francisco, 10 n. in.
Monday, February 21.
A.-H. S. .SNovadan, tlicene, for San
Frauclsco, nt C p. in.
Stmr. Noeau, Mitchell, for Hnwiill
portH, 5 p. tn,
Stmr. Ko Ail Hon, Tullelt, for Knuol
ports, at 5 p. in.
Schr. Roy Roy, for Pearl Harbor.
K x it' X X X 'l X K x 5t A n x
" BAIIINO TODAY
ii ll a it ) K it. n. t )t n i a a a.
Stmr. Iwahuil, Nnnpala, for Maul
and Molokni ports, 5 p. in.
S DUE TOMORROW X
k S !f, H it Jt 5-J H M X X X X 5 1! M
Stmr. Despatch, Kokctwltz, fiom
R It K H S 1 !J 3( ! X 11 S JJ H 3!
DUE FRIDAY K
it 55 K K K H X M M X' 3t 3C M 5S X 3t M
U. S. A. T. Crook, Williams, from
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ThomaH fiquaro will have tho hand
concert this ovening nt 7:30. Follow
ing Is thu program.
Mnich "United Flags" Gabriel
Oveititro "Struggle for Fortune"..
, , Suppo
Finale "Glurnmonto Sanelll
Solcctlon "Italian Songs". Rampezott,!
Vocal Hawaiian Songs, ,ar. by Iloiger
Ilallet Music "Egyptian" .... Lulglnl
Waltz "Ever and Nuvor" ..Latuottio
Quadrille "Jolly Songs" ....Sloweit
"Tho Stai Spangled nunnor."
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