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HAWAIIAN GAZETTE, FRIDAY, SEtTIiMIWR 7,
DOG SHOW'S BRIGHT OPENING
Tlio town ia certainly going to tho
logs. The canines, 1e it known, nro
ensconced In tho Queen Street skating
rink to tho number of 10i!, tho
occasion for tho gathering being tho
first bench show of tho Hawaiian Kennel
Tho show opened yesterday and will
continue today and tomorrow. Judging
commences today at 2 p. m., John
llrndshaw of San Francisco being expected
by tho S. S. Alameda this morning
to make the awards.
The exhibited dogs are given spacious
quarters around tho hall in the center
of which is tho ring in which tho judging
will bo done.
The list of entries is very satisfactory
and includes almost every breed
of dog, presort ed for use or ornament.
An inspection of tho benches reveals
some leally line canines, some of them
as good, probably, as could bo found
A largo number of peoplo paid for
admission to tho show, yesterday, the
financial intake Doing decidedly satisfactory
to the Kennel Club officials.
Tho doors opened at 10 a. in. and did
not closo until 10 p. in.
Tho great event of today will of
courso bo tho judging. Tomorrow the
dogs will again bo on exhibition.
In the bulldogs division Is an exhibit
which has a peculiar interest, apart
from tho canine standpoint.
The dog is tho property of John M.
Kelly and was in tho Wells-Fargo of-
fico in San Francisco, en route to Honolulu
from the F.ast, when tho
of April 18 occurred. One of
the employes of the company saved
tho dog and took It to Oakland from
whenco it was forwarded to its present
owner. Tho dog was tho only
thing that was saved in the building.
The olhcinls of tho club, who
benuh show aro
u, kuuu WUj MUgllfc IU IJU,
'following is a ust or tnc aogs en
tered and the nimes of their owners
as well as their breed:
Bloodhound Dick, C. L, Crabbe.
St. Bernard Fannie, Julia F, Col-burn.
Great Danes Thor. Ralph A. Lyon;
Prince, Q, Rodlek; Dane, C, G. Bart-let
Dachshunds Hleronymui, J. Bayer;
Tan, Allan J. Lowrey; Tanale, Dr. W,
L. Moore; Hleronymus, Julius Bayer, j
English Setters Prince, Walter
Pop, Kirk 11. Porter; Peggy,
Sam O. Wilder; Darker, Dr. G. E. Wall.
Irish Setters Sllke Foley, Dr. I. C.
Fitzgerald; Ilex, Percy Llshman; Tim,
James W. Harvey.
'Gordon Setters Lady, L. Abrams;
Hags, W. N. 1'atten.
Greyhounds Itoynl, J. D, Mclnerny;
Brownie, U. F. Lemon; Queene, U. F.
Skye Terriers Flock, Armln
berg; Jbck, 11. H. Clarke.
Boston Terrier Prince,, Charles II.
Collies Flash, airs. W. II.
Don, Mrs. Matt J. Seanlon; Jack,
L. C. Abies; Glen, T. Cllve Davles; ,
Bob, Mrs. W. Macf.irlane; Max, Ernest
W. Peterson; Jack, J. D. McVeigh;
Hobs, C. C. Von Hrtmin; Collie O., lira, j
u. u. Ilartmnn; Memlesta, Mabel A.
Fox Terriers Jack, W. J. A. rtownt;
Buster, Mrs. Bertha Hough; Sport, W.
J. White; Spot, C. Ludwlgsen, Jr.; Mike
George Ward; Spot, George Ward; Kim
Boscoe W. Perkins; Wlklwlkl, Thomis
Sharp; Wandee Jester, W. Henry;
Dusky Crack, W. Henry; Wnrburton
Blanco, Job Batehelor; Kim, J. H. Cat-ton;
Actress, W. Henry; Jill, W. J. A.
Hownt; Glp, C. E. Meston; Fudge, W.
J. White; Pesgy, W. Henry; Mum, A.
M. Brown; Baby, J. F. May; Maggie,
Bulldoqs Ratlin the Reefer, Juanlta
Beckley Cunhn; Ratlin the Reefer II.,
Juanlta Beckley Cunhn; Tammany lV
John M. Kelly; Evan, E. W. Campbell;
Lord Nestor, John M. Kelly; Lady,b' J. .Hopn & Co,
Walluce, John M. Kelly; Mudge, Clar
ence L Crabbe.
Bull Terriers Skldoo, S. H. Derby;
Togo, B. W. Atkinson; Bobs, H. McK.
Harrison; Maker, A. A. Cutter; Meg
Merrllles, E. W. Campbell; Lady, Mrs.
W. H. Bromley; Trilby II., Colin Campbell;
Maul Girl, W. H. Cornwell; Alice,
A. M. Brown; Belle, W. H. Smith
looking after tbo management, of tho Isenberg; Moann, Mrs. P. R. Isenborg;
President, Clarenco L. Crabbe; vice
prcsidout, Will J3. Fisher;
treasurer, C. T. Llttlejohn, Board or
Don, Dr. C. B. Cooper; Othello, P. F.
Ryan; Hllo Mozzo, John M. Kelly; I
Tootsle, P. F. Rynn; Petsy, Mrs. P. II.
Schley, J. D. McVeigh; Kate, W. II,
Charlock; Chlrl, T. Sueda.
Polnteis Spring, J. E. Westbrooke;
. Tim Tnmoo 1- Ut ntt.n ft- Cnnrt W
directors: a Ilustucc, Jr., Job F, . j M- DowSctt;
Colin W II. Char-
chclor, Campbell, Prlncei H K GarC()i Pot p B Da.
lock. Show committee: A. B. Angus,
mon. MnX) F u Damon; Major, G.
K. E. Ilartmnn, J. II. Catton. Judge, c,,,in,. n., ?.. iinu
an Classes, joim urausiiaw. , .NeU,
w K g Nee Qar,
A. T. II. Jnckson.
tondent, Veterinary Tes3 j L Fleming.
stirgeuu, v. ji, iiuwui, iu. jv. j. v . o.
Will K. Fisher and A. T. K. Jackson
nro superintending things on tho
A votorinary surgeon is on hand and
dogs becoming sick can obtain his
Tlip classes best represented nre:
Collies, fox-terriers, bull-
,l,irru .tnflmr nntinirtln mill nntntnrn.
Miscellaneous Zeko (Dalmntlan), A.
G. Deerlng; Jnck (Dalmatian), Princess
Kawananakoa; Gyp (Dalmatian),
D. J. Rooney; Snnrleon, (English-Spaniel),
Theo. Hoffman; Spot (Deer-hound),
John Markham; Fldo (Pome
ranian), Capt. Paul Smith; Raleigh
Ukl (Japaneso Spaniel), Mrs. M. W,
P'.. .'.. . Tln.iT' !,!. Tni.n Tnnnnoon Cnnnlah ff-a
In tho miscellaneous class are such ' ' ""-""""" ,.......,
deerhound, M. W peering; The Earl of Blenheim
oddities ns: Dalmatians,
Pomeranian, Japanese pug, Blenheim "le"1,el'n S,na"'L'1)' B' arim,Bus'er
and clumber spaniels and a pure pug. Pu " Dasn. (Clumber
Among tho collies, Mrs. E. C. Hart- spaniel). W. S. May.
man's Collio O, T. Clive Davies' Glen Airedale Buster,
nnd Mrs. W. Macfarlano 's Bob are all . n- Hnrtman.
beauties. I Tlle following special prizes havo
Tho Kalihi Konnols nro strong in been offered::
bulldogs and should farm honors with1 For the best English Setter, local
Tammany IV., Lord Nestor and Lady class, 1 rocker, by James F. Morgan.
Wallace. I For tbo best Irish Setter, 1 safety
Among tho bull-terriers W. II. razor, by Theo. II, Davles & Co., Ltd.
Smith's good bitch Ilelle, A. A. Cut- Gordon Setter, best In show, Leather
tor's Maker, E. W. Cnmpbell's Meg Belt, by Hawaiian News Co.
Merrllles nnd Mrs. W. H. Bromley's Cocker Spaniel, best puppy In show,
Ljidv command tho spectator's bacon by Gonsalvcs & Co.
tion. Cocker Spaniel, best black In show, 1
IJ. F, Lemon's greyhounds Brownlo box French toilet soap, by J. M. Levy
nnd Quccnio nro both nico dogs, n re- & Co.
mark which applies to Percy Irishman's Cocker Spaniel, best novice class, 1
Irish setter Hex and Dr. E. O. Wall's pair slippers by M, Mclperny, Ltd.
English setter Barker. Cocker Spaniel, best opposite sex to
Tho best of tho olongntad best black, 1 Lion hat, by J. Lando.
bunds may be found In Dr. W. L.I Cocker Spaniel, best, other than black
Moore's Tanslc. dog, 1-1 dozen photos, by Rice &
W. Henry hns somo of the best fox- kins.'
terriers on tho benches. Cocker Spaniel, best, other than black
In tho "toy dog class n Blenheim bitch, 1 No. 2 Camera and films by
u distinct attraction. It is nolulu Photo Supply Co.
said to be tlio only Blenheim in tho. Collie, best ln show, opposite to
ner, 15 In trade, by Ehlers & Co., Ltd.
A great fnvorito with tlio children is Collie, best In show, f 10 ln drugs by
Fannie, Julia F, Colburn's big rough- Ilolllster Drug Co,
coated St. Iicrnnrd, . .Bulldogs, special for best ln show, 1
Imposing dngs in' tin) Great Dime pair trousers by George Martin,
class are Rnlph A. Lyon's Thor nnd .Bulldog, best opposite sex to
G. Bnrtiett's Dane. .ner, 1 punching bag, by Wall, Nichols
Kirk n. Porter has a good English Co., Ltd.
Better in Ppp whllo the most promising Bull Terrier, best puppy In thow, IS
Irish setters nrc Hi, Fitzgerald's Miko cash or trophy by Frank Harvey.
Foley nnd J. W. Harvey's Tim... I For tho best Bloodhound In the show,
U, II. Clarke's Jock is n jicat llttlo 1 box General Arthur Cigars, by Gunst-
or considerable quality, Enkln Cigar Co,
G. JI. Jlnrtwcll's l'rinco is a typical For tho best St. Bernard, 1 hand bag.
by Whitney & Marsh, Ltd.
aps ino mnsi eiass, inKcn ns For tho best Qroat Dane In the show,
i quari unampagno, ny aaioon:
spaniels; in which class Uuv Grimes & Scully.
kennels show some surprisingly good For tho u.st Greyhound In the show
" ... ,.,'.., I drugs to value of 12.50 by Honolulu
One of tlio grandest dogs in themg co
wholo show, if not tho best. Is F. B. For tho best Ponter ruppy , tIie
Damon's pointer Max, a model of what how, 1 week's shaving Waverley Bar-
For tho best Pointer (novice class), 3
bottles whiskey, by Loyejoy & Co..
For tho best Pointer In tho show, 1
box cigars by Lewis & Co., Ltd,, and
1-2 dozen Victor Records, by Bergstrom
Muslo Co., Ltd.
For the best Pointer opposite sex to
the winner 1 bottle Toilet Water by
Chambers Drug Co,, Ltd.
For the best Pointer (local class), 1-2
uozen cabinet I'notos,
For the best English Setter In the
show, 1 week's lunch at Nolto's, by W.
For tho best English Setter, opposite
sex, 1 suck Holly Flour, by T. II.
Davles & Co.. Ltd.
For the best puppy English setter,
1 ham, by Metropolitan Meat Co.
For tho best English Setter (novice
clnBs), Cigarette Case, by J. A. R.
Vlerra & Co.
Bull Terrier, best owned In Hawaii,
outsldo of Honolulu, 1 cup, by E. O.
Hall & Sou, Ltd.
Bull Terrier, best In show, Sliver Cup
by H. F. Wlchman & Co., Ltd.
Bull Terrier, best In show, opposite
sex, 1 chair, by Coyne Furnltuie Co.
Dachshund, best In show, 1 pair
shoes, by Manufacturer' Shoo Co.;
second best, straw hat, by Mclnerny.
Airedale, special for the best In show,
$3 cash or trophy by II. W. Whitney.
Fox Terrier, special for the best puppy
in show, latest book of Action, by
T. G. Thrum.
Fox Terrier, special for best bitch
In show, China punchbowl by C. E.
Fox Torrlor, special for best dog In
show, $10 cash or trophy by Hustace,
Peck Co.. Ltd.
President's Prize For the best dog
or bitch of any breed In tho show,
Best dog or bitch owned by a. lady,
Llbby cut glass vase, by W. W.
Best Puppy bred In Hawaii, 1 rocker,
Best Japanese Spaniel, Ji
Benson, Smith & Co., Ltd,
Special for largest exhibit, owned and
shown by any exhibitor or kqnnel, 1
gallon whisky by C. J. McCarthy.
Special best in Miscellaneous, outside.
of Honolulu, 1 case Balnler beer, by
Rainier Bottling Works.
Special best In Miscellaneous class
lips & Co.
ALL BEADY FOB EDITORS
(Continued from Pago 1.)
E. I. Spalding, A. Gartloy, Fred. L.
Wnldron, F. -C. Smith, W. 15. Furring,
ton, Chnrles L. Itbodes, W, Langton, A.
Radge nnd Programs W. Langton.
Auto trip and "calling" schedulo J.
Reception W. R. Farrington, chairman;
and members of all committees.
Transportation electric lines nnd in
chnrgo of "Seeing Honolulu" trip
tian church, Alnken street, Pastor Q
RAPID WIT MAN
WEDS II MAUI BELLI
One of the most picturesque and popular
weddings that have taken place
for somo tlmo occurred yesterday even
Down nt Hnuula by the sea, where
tho natives do nothing nnd are happy
and tho sun Is brighter and tho surf
a llttlo whiter than nnywhero else,
politics Is booming, oven ns In the
On Wednesday the Republicans from
Knhuku to Kaaawa got together for
tho purpose of ascertaining tho trend
of public feeling In such matters ns.
cholco of sheriff, supervisor nnd representative.
Tho gathering took place In tho court
house nnd after all visible signs of child
hud been shooed from tho premises,
Chairman Kaannana called tho meeting
"Tho secretary will kindly read the
minutes of tho, last meeting," said tho
Secietary Ben Pocpoo hunted for the
minutes but failed to find them.
elicited the fact that the
missing minutes hud been placed In al
pol bowl for safe keeping. One
lilno snld, on being questioned, that
sue thought that the needed notes
might somehow or other havo got under
the pol In the bowl. Another native
remembered having seen tho minutes
In tho bowl. He remembered seeing
them because he wanted to wrlto
a letter nnd being short of noto paper,
tore a pleco oft the paper whereon the
transactions nt tho last meeting whero
Tho meeting proceeded after a while,
Tho question of Brown for Sheriff
was next discussed. Brown seems to
be going great guns down In the
Geisha Girl, W. H. Cornwell; Mazuma, ' ln Honolulu, 300 Mike Wright cigars, hao belt, for the meeting was almost
F Kueck Trilby W II Cornwell 1 y iiayweiueii jouueco uo.; Feconu nest uumuiiiuuipy iur nun.
Spnnlelslbthell'o, I b0X c'sars by M' ,h
Cocker P. F. Ryan; i.n "J1!"1"' L'W0.!? mee.Ul,g wn,3,lnter
rupted by the earnest expulsion of
Lunu Chnrles L. Rhodes, Dr. Emer- attention of tho meeting was turned to
son, A. P, Taylor.
(Japanese Spaniel), Mrs. J. R. Collins;! JIaleiwn and Waliinwa trips F. C.
Pali trip Charles ,L. Rhodes.
Volcano trip, personally conducted
It. H. Trent.
Hllo entertainment A. M. Burns, D.
Jnpnneso nnd Chinese newspapers
nnd basobnll A. P. Tiiylor.
Refreshments F. L. Wnldron.
General plans H. P. Wood.
The reception to tho editors at tho
Hawaiian hotel this evening Is open to
the public and It Is hoped that a large
number will attend.
several dogs from tho room, which had
apparently been lecently engaged In
digging u,p,u,dead horse. It Is a curious
thing that the odprlferous canines
Joined Jho meeting Just when tho
Brown canvass was going on.
Tho Rev. Nuuhlwn, clad In tho every
day clothes of the worker In tho
una called upon for a fow
words. Ho said:
"I'm not n politician. I'm a worker
In tho vineyard. My politics nre lovo
and goodness, sweetness and light. I
hear you talking about Brown. I Bee
that you aro nil for Brown. Even It
I'm not for Brown whut good Is It for
one poor man to try und knock him
The Sheriff having been elected, the
tho discussion of suitable candidates
for supervisor and representative.
Beu,Roepoo had tho pull for representative,
his qnly opponent being
There wero a number of candidates
for supervisorial honors. D. W. Wat-
son and C. W. Bridges were tho favor
ites, with S. W. Logan closo behind
Tho latter Is tho policeman at Lalo.
Davo Wntson Is a lawyer of Kancoho
and sometimes Kahana, and Bridges Is
a carpenter, mechanic and Jack-of-all
Tomorrow' a ballot box Is to be circulated
between Kuhuku and Kauawa
and the vote of the people taken to ascertain
who they feel should represent
the enlightened district of Koolauloa
In the honorablo capacities of supervisor
and member of the lower house.
The delegates' to tho Republican convention
will' be advised of tho preliminary
balloting and will act accordingly.
WEDDINO LAST EVENING.
Tha marriage of Win. A. Vlerra to
Miss slda Gouvela was solemnized last
ing, when Mr. William E. Wayman, oevcnl"e at tho Roman Catholic Cathe-
fnvorlto with his fellows of the Rapid urul uy l" ,lev' talner Stephens, Miss
Transit Co.'s employ, 'and Miss Mury Gouvela acting as bridesmaid
mlna Wesscl, a cnarmlng belle of Maul,
wero united In the holy bonds of matrimony.
Tho ceremony took plnco In the Chris
and Mr. A. K. Vlerra as best man.
The couple, after the ceremony, repaired
to the home of Mr. ana Mrs.
M. A. Gonsalves, whero a small gather-
D. Edwnrds ofllclatlng. From the lug of the family and friends assembled
church the hnppy couple were driven 'to wish tho young couple all happiness
tn t llrt rfiali1(,nna t XX w n .1 ra T a I
n mil ".,,,'"ld I'rosperlty In their walk through
house nnd grounds being beautifully ,ft"' M,H" "' l'as hee" " teacher
decorated for their wedding reception. '" ,hu 0,loola "c Honolulu. Hor home
Conspicuous In the schemo was the In- lB '" Ko,m' Hawaii, whither tho young
tertwlnlng of the Scottish and German C0UP' will go to spend their honey-flags
In token of tho International
of the match. A larco maraueo' Merra Is tho first lieutenant of
on the lawn was devoted to the iervlco. he chemical engine of the Honolulu
of ' refreshments. The festivities wero r'ro .Department, having received his
kepi Mp to a late hour for the benefit Promotlbh through his braW1n fight-
ii.i. .. .... I it v 4 lir. m nnit 'recent Mki. Ik- TtL11.l..
ortno enrmen on tne night run, as tho
Invitations embraced tho entire Rapid
Transit force. '
Miss Mehner wns bridesmaid, nnd
Mr. Wm. Hell best man.
The bridegroom is not only highly
esteemed by the carmen but valued by
lug'tho many Hies In Hbnolulu.
CHAMBERLAIN'S PAIN BALM.
This liniment should occupy a prominent
plnco In every home. It has no
equal for Its prompt cures of cuts,
the management. He has lately been burns, bruises and sprains. For sale
promoted from among tho motormen 1'J' oil dealers, Bonson, Smith & Co.,
to tho ofllco staff,
Amidst a fine array of wedding pres
Ltd., agents for Hawaii.
ents that of the Rapid Transit boys Editor fthlozawa of tho Hawaii Shin
distinctly glittered, being a solid silver po denies that tho Jopanese believe tho
lea uui wiin tray. tomlng of a training ship from Japan
' I Is In response to the Japanese
The lien of Peter High on L. B. Ne- cle's "demand." He says the article
vln's building wns promptly released, ! was not nrlnted In Japanese at all. but
-... . ... ...- . . i - '
iu seuiemont or ine claim navinir been nniv in Mm nm. h it. i.imm nt hn nnv
by J, J, WIN I reached before the Hen was filed. I Journal,
1RF III fl?
n ill n ii f 1 1 1 1 1 ii i
The mere hint that the merchants
are to take a hand In the noxt campaign
wns sulllclent to start tl)e goose
flesh on the skin of somo of the candidates
yesterday. Up to date forty-four
persons havo announced t hem-solves
candidates for divers nnd sundry
olllces and each man, Including
Vldn, believes he Is entitled to tho fullest
consideration by tho voters.
"It Is one of tho best things so fnr
noticed that tho planks suggested mny
bo Inserted ln tho platform of any
party. That will glo Achl n chanco
to fix his. I realize more fully than
ever tho necessity for prompt nnd
effectlvu action on the part of tho people
to break the machine. We thought
the times required It when the Civic
Federation wns brought Into existence
but the conditions of n year ago wero
not n clrcumstnnce to thoso of today."
And there will bo n hundred other
good business men to say Amen to
that. Under tho machine lulo, where
tho departments ot local government
are controlled by a machine, clean
politics it out of tho uucstlon.
Frank Archer has been provallcd up
on not to appeal from the decision of the
county committee. Ills friends tell him
that having been fired from tho ranks
of the Republican party ho can bo nn
Independent cnudldato with Impunity
und no one daro say nay. It la understood
that Archer Is a stronger can
didate than De Fries and will probably
Senator McCnndless apparently Justi
fies Manager Low's action ln packing
tho precinct club and primary by saying
Archer's men voted nnyono who
offered n ballot nnd Low could do tho
same. And yesterday the rumor was
In Archer had person
ally spent $900 on his election. This has
been traced and It Is said by tho de
feated man's friends that Archer's total
expense was ?3.25. Albert Wuterhouso
may press Ills appeal to the Central
Committee whero ho hopes to havo n
There was a caucus at C p. m.
nt which the slate for the Territorial
organization was formed as fnr
iih thlH county It) concerned . O M
Robertson will be tlio chalimau, John
Lane vice, und Wllll.im Savidge secretary.
Tho utllcu of tieasuier was left
vacant. The executive committee will
be W. It. iFarrlngton, A. G. M. Robertson,
William Savidge, Sam Munu, E.
R. Hendry and C. G. Rnlletityue.
On credentials G. W, R. King. Permanent
orgaulza'tlyn, J. L. Holt.
Platform: A. O. M. Robertson nnd
W. R, Farrington. A resolution wns
adopted endorsing Kuhto for dolegato
GEAR AND CRABBE.
BotU Gear and Crabbe announce
themselves as candidates for supervisor
for the district of Honolulu In this
paper today. Sljerlff Brown Is willing
to stand tho brunt. Both of these
gentlemen will nsk tho endorsement by
the Merchants' committee und both
will get but that's another story.
Tuesday will probably tell the tale.
FOURTH DISTRICT CAUCUS.
A caucus of committees of the Fourth
District delegations took place, last
evening at tho bungalow. There wero
30 delegates present. Col. Jones was
made chairman of the meeting, and A.
D. Castro secretary.
The purpose being to discuss any
matter rclutlng to business of the district
and county convention.
James II. Boyd acted as Interpreter.
. The first matter 'decided upon was
the date for the organization of the
Fourth District convention. After due
discussion a motion was passed to have
the chairman cull a meeting of the
delegates of the Fourth District for organization,
Monday evening, Septem
ber 10, at 7:30 p. m., at St. Antonio
hall, ) i.
Mr. Harris brought up tho mntter of
adopting some way of voting at tho
convention whereby tlmo mid work
may bo saved. He suggested the adop
tion of a blank ballot allowing spaces
for County Sheriff, County Attorney,
County Auditor, County Clerk,
Iu this manner the delegates would
be able to vote once and select the officials
provided In the ballot. It was
UWyed, seconded nnd carried that Mr.
Harris' suggestion be referred to the
respective delegations of the Fourth
Other matter wore discussed but no
definite conclusions arrived at duo to
tho fact that tho delegates present
could not In any way uct to bind the
Tho following resolution was offered
by Col. Jones, tho same to be referred
to the Fourth District delegations:
"Resolved, That the Territorial Central
Committee bo requested to promulgate
the following rule;
"In CountleB where thero are moro
than one Representative District, the
County Committee shall consist ot
thlrtyone members to be apportioned
as follows: Sixteen from thu District
casting tho highest number nf votes for
Delegate to Congress at thu Inst preceding
general election, nnd fifteen
from the District cnstlng tho lower
number of votes at such election,
appointed by tho chairman of the
County nnd District Convention on tha
nomination of tho respective precinct
delogWIous, each precinct to have at
I least one committee-man."
Tho mutter of tho single ballot will bo
discussed nt tho meeting Monday night.
RECEPTION TO THE
The reception to visiting editors nt
the Royal Hnwnllan Hotel this evening
promises to be tho most largely
done," said a Fort street merchant yes- tended hotel nffnlr of tho year. Not
tcrduy, after tho meeting, "nnd you only is It tho regular Alameda night
concert nt the hotel but the addition
of tho editorial function will make It
all tho moro remarkable. For tho concert
during tho hours of dinner (6:30 to
8:30 o'clock), tho Knal Quintet Club,
assisted by Mine. AInpal and Mile.
Knal will render a carefully selected
proginm of vocal nnd Instrumental
numbors, entirely Hawaiian ln Its
character mid made up principally of
the selections which havo proved most
popular during the leccnt tour of this
concert organization. Dancing will
fill out tho evening from 9 o'clock.
Tho program Is ns follows:
Selection "Nlnlpo" Kaula
Soprano Solo "Uo, Llko no u Like"
Selection "Akelo ka Mnnao"....Hukla
Mozzo Soprano Solo ",Ko Aloha I
Hlkl Mai" ,
Miss Ellzahoth Knal.
Selection "Ku Mawno" Knlcwe
Vocal Solo "Old Plantation" (Kuu
Home) ,.v Nape
Selection "Honolulu Hulahula High"
Duet "Ko Hono no nol" Aliao
Miss Elizabeth Kaal.
ho Aloha",... KImo
Duct "Sweet. Lol Loluin," ....Figgs
Mls.s Kllraboth Knal.
Finale "Aloha Oo" Lillu
A MUSICAL ADVENTURE.
After a most oventful voyage, the
schooner Lead Pipe CliR'h vus wrecked
upon n desert Island. On board the
Ill-fated vcsbcI the Oriole Opera C.
wns making tho voyage nnd the
wore nt rourso washed up onto
this rocky Island, their only hopo of
salvation. Then Imagine their distress
to find that thu desert Islo Is unknown
The experiences of the aggregation
Is cleverly portrayed In the Myrtle
Hoat Club's opera "Ship Ahoy," to be
produced tho 13th and lCth of September,
There Is plenty of excitement and
fun all the way through, stacks of pretty
music and catchy songs, as wel as
fun-provoking dialogue. The chorus Is
a large one and plays an Important
part In thu production.
Both principals and chorus are getting
Into perfect readiness to burst
forth In song and sayings whon tho
curtain slides up on next Thursday
evening. With pretty costumes, clo'vor
situations, pleasing scenes and music
nnd fun from stnrt to finish, tho wreck
of the company nn tho Islo of Palm
will no doubt prove nn enjoyment
rather thnn a misfortune.
MUDGE IN A
Her name was Mudgo. Today, alas,
hor nania is mud.
Mudgo wns a bulldog a good bulldog.
So highly did Owner Clarence
Crnbbo think of Mudgo that ho entered
her in tho show.
The dog had been n household pot
For years tlio babies of tlio Crabbe
family had been wont to rido on her
back, (Jlnrencu had ovon taught her
to chaso tha ehlckons nut of tlio
nt tho word of command.
Tho even tenor of domestic life- had
undo Mudgo sleek ami fat. Heroin
lay tho trouble. Fatty dogonorntlon of
the heart luiil its foil hand on poor,
faithful Mmlge, ns a thief in tlio night.
Mudgu had not been usod to
Dissipation was to her entirely
unknown. Nothing to flutter her poor,,
feeble, 'degenerated liedri li'ntl over happened)
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Yesterday tho end enmc. Mudgo was
taken to the dog show. The excitement
of the occasion proved too much for
hor and there, in her tiny reservation,
with poodles, pugs and Pomeranians
yapping u death dirge, poor Mudgo set
nut for the kennels in tho sky whore
neither flea nor fly annoys und the
dog-catcher never comes,
TID3 KIND OF POLICEMAN.
Apana, tho former Chinese policeman,
was a witness for tho Territory In the
Chun Hoon opium case. When asked
In cross-examination why he had been
discharged from the force he replied,
"Becnusa Judge Whitney said ho would
not believe me under oath."
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