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EVENING HULU3VIN HONOLULU, T H WGDHESD vYf JULY X
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Following "The Three Twins." nt
tlia Now Orpheum tomorrow night
the Casino MuMcul Comedy Company
will present "The (lenernl'B Dilem
ma," a munlcnl farce that elves the
members of the company full oppor
tunity to run the gamut of every
emotion. Urlght Hues, new and novel
songs, pretty girls unci hilarious slt-
Of the Casino Musical Comedy
nations-nre tlio conditions which per.
vacle this liappy enigma, anil It has
only to keep pace with Its prcdeces
sors to attain popular favor.
Miss Steck, who sings well, dances
well and looks well, has much to do
In "The General's Dilemma," and her
varloiiB numbers are sure to be ap
preciated. Miss Kockwell promises a
change of program which Is sure to
please. Miss Schuyler will lntrodu:e
n couple of Items that have won for
her honois elsewhere, and Miss At
kins will do some of her Inimitable
Carleton Chase, Harry Garrlty,
Harris McQulre. Harry Stuart and
Fiank Illalr all have special numbers
J.H the new piece.
"A most delightful mimlcalo was en-
Joyed by fully a hundred and more
of Honolulu's critical music-lovers at
the residence of Judge and Mrs. Dal
lou last evening.
TJio entertainment consisted of two
parts, both under the Immediate (II
rectlon of Mr. Sydney Hobpn, who
carried through the llrst'.part In Its
entirety with his own selections.
The evening's concert was opened
with Klnden's "Lobs Than the Dust,"
by Mr. Uiiborue, and It was well re
ceived. Mr, Hoben then entertained with
two groups, the first containing se
lections from Schumann, l'aderewskl
und Chopin, Tho second was repre
sented by the "Cracovlenne Fantas
tlque," which, with Chopin's Ktude
No, 7, op. 25, was new to local audi
The second group was even more
pleasing and embodied the best works
of the Fortune Telling Scene and the.
Hoys' Chorus from Carmen, Chopin's
Nocturne In K minor and Saint1
Saet.s' "Mandollnuta." The last of
these was certainly the. non-parallel
of the evening's entertainment. An
encore consisted of the Allegretto In
0 of Charmlnade.
In the second part, "Taifhhauscr"
(Wagner) was Interpreted In the
many parts by Miss Plironl Dyke,
Mr. UBborue, Mr. Hoben, Mrs, Allen
While and Mr. Vaughan.
Mrs. Halloa's accompanying with
the piano was n most perfect per
formance, and usslstcd the Interpre
tations In a way that vas extremely
satisfactory to those, who curried tho
Many Nominations Wil:
Tho first stnrt In general campaign
work was made lost week by boll
the Republicans and tho Democrats
when tho precinct clubs of both par
ties held meetings at which nomlun
tlons wore made for precinct club oin
ccrs to servo during the ensuing )ear
Tho elections will cbmo oft this week
Tho Republican -precinct club foi
Illlo town (the fifth precinct) lielc
Its meeting at Firemen's Hall lai
Friday evening, about twenty-flvc-members
being present. Tho follow
Ing nominations were madtO
It. A. I. man .1. Ahlni
It. A. f.man Harl Wllllanu
It. A. I.yrtian W. It. Ilccn
R. II. Austin ...-. Jno. K. Kn
K. II. Austin V. K. M. Osork
K. II. Austin Cleo. Wllllami
V, R. M. Osorlo ...Karl II. Wllllami
W. .1. Stono '..W.-II. Ilccr.
A. M. Cabrlnha 1. W. Ahlnr
A. M. Cnbrlnha W. II. Ucen
n. II. Drown. Jr. ....J. Vf. N. Ahlno
II. II. Drown. Jr W. II. Decn
Manuel do Colto ....V R. M. Oaorlo
Karl ,11. Williams ....W. II. Ilcerr
P C. Deamcr K. II. Austin
P C. Ucamcr W. II. ileerr
V. R. M. Osorlo... Geo. It. William
Jno. K Kal Rarl II. Williams
W. H. Dcors V. K. M, Osorh
John Hcrlng P. C. Dcame:
Carl S. Smith .W. II. Ileert
J Oliver W. II. Ileerr
V R. M. Osorlo W. II. Deer
II. Kelekllio W. H. Ileerr
J Mahalula W. II. Ileerr
Judges of Election:
P A. Victor V. B. M. 0wnlo
Rarl II Williams ..V. R. M. Osorlo
W. Canarlo V. R. M. Osorlo
Joe Vlcrra W. II. llccrs
Stephen Desha, Jr. . ...V. II. Ileers
II. K. SchoenU W. II. Ileers
Tho Wnlakea1 ltepubllcan precinct
club held Its mealing In' tho Christian
Science Hall, -about thirty members
being present".1' Several speeches
were made, the main drift ot them
being I ho desirability of harmony lu
tho rarty ranks. The following noml
nations wcro made:
First Vice-President J. D. Iewls,
It, W. Filler.
Scpoml Vlcc-Prosldent John Doll
nenberg (declined), A. K. Kualll.
Secretary 0 F. Alfonso, John A.
Asst. Secrotary C. I). Orccn, Wm.
Nallmu, C, II. Makanul.
Treasurer Dan Namahoe, C. S.
Jackson, D. Kalhenul.
Rlcctlon Judges C. T. Green, C. II
Makanul, A. K Kualll, J. F. Cracllus,
John Dohncnbcrg, I), Spalding.
Executlvo Committee J. P. Hale.
J. F Crocllus, J, D. LenlB, John lloh
nenberg. It. W. Filler. Wm. Nallmu
John A- Kcalolm, R, da Sllvu. C. D
Muknnul, G. F. Aflonso, Dan Kallie
mil, C, S. Jackson,
It will be seen that In many cases
more ameers hao been nominated
than nre to bo elected, and this will
servo to mako tho elections next Fri
day evening quite Interesting,
Tho Democrats held their meetings
last Thursday evening. In tho Illlo
precinct club tho following nomina
tions wcro made:
President -Harry Irwin, Chus. K
Vlco-Prcsldcnt W. II. Hcen, J. K.
Secretary W. II. Johnson, Jas. Ke
poo. Treasurer David Rwallko.
Election Judges Harry Irwin, W.
II. Ilccn. J. A. M. Osorlo,
KINO EDWARD'S BURIAL
Attoundlna Expense It Being Rigidly
Investigated by Order of the New
LONDON. June 21. King Rdward's
funeral, with Hb attendant expenses,
cost 11,500,000, which expense will be
defrayod from the public purse.
King Ocorgo was Htunned when ho
heard of the huge outlay und Is hav
ing tho accounts Investigated and
vouched for as haB never before been
There is great joy nt Windsor since
tho now king and queen lot It be
known that thoy will mako Windsor
ca,stlo their chief resldenco. Already
tho private upartmeuts nre being
made over for them,
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it u u u u a it it t: n u n t: t: n :: tt tt
difficult parts, ns well ub to those
who listened to the best of concerts.
The Greotlng to the "Hall of
Song," by Rllzaheth, und duet with
"TannhniiBer," Interpreted by Mrs,
Allen White and Mr, Vaughan, was
extremely well rendered and appreci
ated by those present. I
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