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AUSTIN'S HAWAIIAN WEEKLY.
nishing a very neatly and cleverly exe'
cuted performance ol' legerdemain
His facial imitations too are excellent.
The WilLirds, announced to arrive next
week, have been heralded in the San
Francisco dramatic papers as some
what phenomenal in their way.
An Old Timhii.
The Orpheum with the latest -arrivals con
tinues to present a program that draws good
houses. Iioggs and llaew.ird keep up the
dramatic end in an entirely s.itisfactary
manner. Winton's engagement, though
short, was a great success, and on his re
turn he will be welcomed as an old favorite.
Hamilton, through sheer merit, has made
more than a passing reputation
for himself in Honolulu. His ex
cellent baritone, I see the"'Tiser"
persists in culling him a "tenor,"
has been employed to excellent
advantage in happily selected bal
lads, and has succeeded not a
little in helping to draw to the
house the clientele that can ap
preciate his reportoire. The rest
The Boston Lyric Company.
The advance sale of season tickets for
the season closes today with the result that
the presence of the elite of the town is
assured at each performance. The hold
ers of the boxes, too, ensure dainty dresses,
gleaming shoulders and pretty faces. The
writer remembers the season of the Boston
of the old numbers on the pro
gram continue to please. Arm
strong and O'Neil have made
quite a hit. The former does
some exceedingly clever work
with the bag, while his partner
divides the honors in the sparring
exhibition and furnishes a 1-iugh
in his Irish comedy work. Tra
velle brings something new to this
city in his silhouettes besides fur-
Lyric Company at Denver, where they suc
ceeded in turning the beautiful, but up till
then unlucky Broadway theater into the
most popular playhouse during their stay
in the city. The writer was playing at the
Tabor at the time and was unable person
ally to see the performances, but distinctly
remembers the flattering encomiums be
stowed by the press and public: and Den
ver, musically, is a critical town to play in.
The varied repertoire cannot fail to
please everybody. Cavelleria Rusticana
will prove without doubt, a strong attraction,
So much is heard of Mascagni and so little
known of his work in this quarter of the
globe, that the desire to hear more than the
familiar Intermezzo is predominant. So
with Faust we have to travel to the main
land to see and hear the complete opera.
The Jewel song, the Soldiers'
chorus i'lid Siebel's serenade are
well known to all, but the charm
of Gounod's complete work is a
luxury hitherto denied to many.
II Trovatore, Fra Diavalo, with
its picturesque, defiant brigand
chief, the famous disrobing scene,
and the wierd, death ominous
music of the last act. Carmen
with its wealth of color, its glow
of passion. The Bohemian Girl,
gem of operas, Maritana, La
Somnambula, Said Pasha; what
more delightful program could
SEVEN OF THE FOURTEEN PRINCIPALS OF THE BOSTON LYRIC CO.
"Ut two evi s
the less." nd
justify the means,
, i mive (juuacii
"The end must