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HONOLULU. HAWAIIAN ISLANDS,
EVENING, NOVEMBER 2;. 1896.
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STAlt XEWSBOYS DIXE AXD HAVE
A llOYAL GOOD TIME.
Ofliciul Order for the Marlm Trophy
Headquarters First Regiment, Xation-
nl Guard of Hawaii.
Honolulu, IL H Xov. 27, 1800.
''Special drnVrs Xo. 05.
The mutch shoot for he Marlln tvo
nhy will take-mace at 1:30 p. m. on
Saturday, Xovember 28, 180G.
Cant. C. W. Zeigler, Company i
First Regiment, X. G. H., is hereby de
tailed ns range oilieer to superintend
The commanding officers of Compa
nies E and V will furnish the neces
sary men' from their commands for
IJy command of Coi. McLean.
(Signed) .1X0. SCHAEFER,
Capt. and Adjutant.
A lawyer and a couple of policemen
searched the S. C. Allen tlxis morning
for a debtor, whom, it was thought.
intended leaving for the Coast. The
much wanted individual could not be
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LIFE AND FIRE
Seasonable Menu More Thau
Enough A Ride Around Town Tin
Horns At the Foot Ball Game.
Xsttbcy climcd up on tho 'bus again
went up the loud yells, "Hurrah,'' j
"Hurrah," "Hurrah." This time the
shouts were for Mr. Tracy, who had
utfitted hem all with a nobbly blue I
trimmed straw hat, with a peak and
sfjnr center piece in front.
The 'bus was well filled. The little
fellows were inside, hanging out of
theY'hulows, on the steps and on top.
was a strong reminder ot rainier
Ilfllll lfll fl H UK
The Frawley company have engaged
a squad of a dozen blue jackets from
the United States ships in port -to ap
pear in tho Ensign tomorrow evening.
The men will execute some drill move
ments during the play.
A detail of regulars went down on
the new beach road near Aala at 2:30
this afternoon for practice with tin
new Driggs-Sehroeder guns. They are
using time shells and shooting toward
the sea. This is the official test of tho
pew guns with time ruses. President
Dole and Col. McLean are watching
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The silks at 115c a yard that Sachs
is selling for this week are going like
hot cakes. In (he millinery depart
ment solid silver hat pins are given
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Everybody saw- their happy faces
yesterday. If they didn't actually see
them, its a thousand to one that they
heard their merry voices intermingled
with the blowing of tin horns und
many other noisy contrivances.
This happy aggregation was no
other than the Star newsboys and
their little friends. They were out
for a good time and they had It. They
started in with a big turkey dinner
and wound up at the foot ball game.
Xow after it is all over, the lads who
sell papers to earn their own livelihood
and in many instances to assist their
families, have only one regret tint
Thanksgiving only comes nround once
The little fellows had learned early
last Week that they were to bo "in it"
this year again. From tlmt moment
they anxiously awaited the arrival of
the day when they would feast and
live like rich people.
This is suflicient (o explain why
Thanksgiving was hailed with such
delight by these lads yesterday. Every
mother's son of them was up and
about with the sun. In the morning
they met. the Advertiser base ball nine
and lost by a score of 7 to 11. They
had no time to think, about base ball.
As one little tellow in The Star team
explained it: ".Timmlney, you know,
every time I was at de bat, I thought
I was lamming away at a fat old tur-
ev. I had turkey and pie on me
brain during de whole game."
Shortly after noon the boys congre
gated in the main hallway leading up
to The Star office. The entire news
boys' staff was on hand, each with i
friend. They had been given tho
privilege to bring some friend with
them. The start was made for Love's
bakery on Xuuanu street, promptly at
1. The little fellows marched two by
two in a manlv way up Fort and
around the corner and down to Xuu
aim. There were just nfty-six in line.
A few moments after they had in
vaded the restaurant, was heard the
clatter of plates anil the clashing of
knives and forks. This told that they
flow they did eat. The lads sur
prised themselves and everybody who
watched them and there was quite
number of ladies and gentlemen who
witnessed the happy picture.
lhe boys occupied almost every
available inch of space in the big din
mg room of the DaKery. They were
seated about tables in groups of four
There were plenty of plates and
"grub," and the urchins lost no time
in getting down to business and to see
how quickly they could make a hoi
in the supply.
A large bowl of poi was on the cen
ter of each table. The dinner was
served in the good old Xew England
style. Turuey, roast pig and veg
etables first and "goodies" afterward
After the dinner eneli one of the boy
was presented with a pound box of
The menu was as follows:
Assorted Cakes and Cookies.
Cranberry Pie. Mince Pie,
Soda Pop. Ginger Ale.
Tlie crusade on tins bouiitliul re
past was kept up for fully nn hour,
when the boys started back to the
Here they were kept in waiting for
a few minutes until the arrival of the
Tram Company's big four horse bus.
Rut they managed to put in the time
giving three cheers for everybody
who had helped to make them happy
thot day. "Three cheers for the
Stars," yelled one little fellow. Then
after these had been given three more
went up for Mr, .1. II. Atherton, who
had kindly placed the 'bus at their dis
posal. Then some one remembered
the tickets to the foot ball game that
they hod been given, and three cheers
went up for Mr. P. C. Jones, th?
donor. "Say, fellers, the pop was cold
and the lee Company gave us the ice,
three cheers for 'em." Walter C.
Weedon, of Rruee Waring & Co., had
supplied them with tin horns in E
major and he came in for his share.
Cox's brownies. They took in the
Along King and Deretania, and
street they were on, the resl-
lents were attracted to their doors by
the awful noise. A happy, jolly lot f
urchins always greeted their vision.
ftor a long ride nbout the city, they
vtereXtakcn to the foot ball game.
they shouted, cheered and
'ro4ed," not for the Town Roys, not
for lhe Punnhous, but for Thanksglv
Ingjflay. It was a genuine Thanksgiv-
ngthat they acknowledged.
The foot ball match was over at 3:30
nndlthe driver of the bus took tho
adtlto their homes. It was after G
when his task was done.
The gathering of The Star newsboy
idtlieir friends yesterday was a
Cosmopolitan one. Hnolc boys, na
tives, Portuguese, Japanese and Chin-
there. They work together
g the year and they enjoyed an
exee.Hent Thanksgiving dinner and
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Illlt-'irililiu iwtuinri caiciuu.)
CRAXE'S PLAY AS IIAXDLED RY
Some Excellent Acting Mr. Arbuckle
ns the Star Miss Bates and Miss
Ross The Others.
HAS REEX PLACED OVER XITAXU
AS IF RY MAGIC.
Smith Street and Other Improvements
Extension of Kukul Filling Up
With the Dredger.
rilYXKSGIVIXG SERVICES IX THE
I VARIOUS HOUSES.
Three Special Sermons Extra Music
Ensting iind Feasting Plans of
Rrovidenee Flowers on Altnrs.
Thanksgiving day was observed in
all the churches-In the city. The alt-
urslof the Central Union, the Meth
odist, St. Andrews' and Catholic were
embowered with beautiful cut flowers
antfcjjfluiits. The services held by all
of The ((liferent church bodies were
At the Methodist Episcopal church,
a union service was held by the Meth
odist and Christian church congrega
tions. A large choir sang special
music. Rev. .lames M. Monroe, the
pahtor of the Chrstlan church, deliv
ered the sermon.
He spoke olong the line of the work
ing out of the plans of Providence in
history. It was a historical review
from the ancient down to the present
modern times. As nations lived up to
what God required of them they pros
pered and when they forsook that re
quirement they failed,
illustrated his remarks
to Egypt, Rabylon, Rome, Greece,
Spain, ICuglaud and the United States.
Mr. Monroe pointed out that these na
tions were constantly working out
the plans of Providence. He also
dwelt on the thought of the progress
made in Christianity by the Anglo
Saxon people. lie paid a high tribute
to the United Stntes and England and
said their greatness was because if
their stand for righteousness.
Rev. .Douglas V. llirnie, in his ser
mon, delivered from the pulpit of tlte
Central Union church, stated that
Thanksgiving was becoming more and
more each year a day of feasting
rather than fasting. People were de
biting tliis day more to satisfy their'
From all sides comes the remark
that tho production of "The Senator"
last evening by tho Frawley company
Is unquestionably the strongest play
of the repertoire of that company so
The usual large1 and fashionable aud
ience that has been a marked feature
since the opening of the Frawley en
gagement In Honolulu, was there. Tho
play, which is an American comedy, il
lustrating social, diplomatic and po
litical life, aroused a great deal of en
thusiasm. Xenrly every artist in the
company had the opportunity to dis
play talent and seized it.
The curtain did not rise until a half
hour later than the usual time. Eery
one on the stage was In good spirits,
probably because they had eaten more
than their share of turkey or had en
joyed the foot ball game in the after
noon. At any rate they went into their
parts with a spirit that was noticeable
from the moment that the curtain was
raised until it went down for the even-
The play consisted of four acts. The
scene was at Washington and the time
was in the year 1892. The leading
part, Senator Hannibal Rivers, a
breezy Westerner and an owner ofa
large California railroad, was assumed
by Mr. Maelvn Arbuckle. It was Mr,
Arbucklc's initial appearance on the
Honolulu stage as the central figure
and it must be sincerely said that he
won laurels by the score. Everybody
in tho audience was witli him from
the start and they remained with him
during the progress of the piece. His
careful and finished playing in the
second act was fine work indeed. He
created merriment during the entire
Mr. Harry Corson Clarke handled
the character of an ex-congressman in
an excellent manner. In each play
his vein of humor seems to ripen more
As Lieut. George Schuyler Mr, Fraw
ley captivated his audience. His droll
way of saying tilings and his manner
when unusually excited brought down
the house. His love affairs were also
very amusing and carried out in good
Mr. Frank Worthing reminded one
of a real live count in his part as an
The speaker Austrian diplomat. Mr. George Ros
by referring worth proved himself to be an excel
lent diplomatic Chinaman nud the. jot
tings that he made in that memoran
dum book for the volume the he will
write on America created many out
burts of laughter from the andienee.
.Miss lllanehe Rates was at her best
last evening. As Mrs. Hilary; a sus
ceptible young widow, she is perfec
tion. Her stage appearance was high
ly commended by everyone.
"Miss Hope Ross is simply Im
mense," a prominent young theater
goer was overheard to say last even
ing. She and the lover, Richard Vance
(Mr. Leslie), the senator's private sec
retary were features of last night's
Mr. H. S. Diillield, malinger for Mr.
own whims and fancies, giving it up Frawley is receiving congratulations
altogether to feasting and pleasure. ' nf his Honolulu friends today on his
Looking up stream from King street
bridge one may now see the niassivc
trusses of a new bridge spanning the
newly excavated channel at Reretania '
street This structure is about 300
feet west of the old, or "Smith's"
bridge, so named after the late Rev.
1). Lowell Smith, the noted mission
ary pastor of the old KauinakapilL
church In that vicinity.
The new bridge is 80 feet long and
45 in width, resting on solid masonry
abutments. It is braced and support
ed by heavy trusses on each side, 15
feet high. The main timbers of the
floor-nnd trusses are of massive dimen
sions. The various parts have all been
assembled and fastened in their places
during the present week. The work
seems to have been considerably expe
dited on account of the liability of a
freshet coming down the stream dur
ing the threatening wet spell. Such a
freshet might have destroyed the old
communication across the stream, as
well as have swept nwnyf the timbers
of the new bridge before they had
been secured. A freshet can now do
little damage. The communication
wtih St. Louis college nnd the district
inland could .quickly be restored by
way of the new bridge.
Below Smith's bridge the -bed of the
old stream has been filled by the mud
from the dredger, very nearly to the
level of the retaining wall of the new
channel. Above the bridge, two or
three feet more of filling is needed.
On the new land on the other side o
the stream, some two acres require
from one. to two feet more of filling.
But a few weeks more Work of dredger
work" there seems to be needed.
A w-ry, considerable improvement
will be that of Reretania street from
the descent at Mnunnken street to the
new bridge. From Mnunnken the
street will be widened and
straightened, and the coral ledge cut
down to mi easy grade. Reretania
street will ultimately be continued to
King street at a point east of the cor
ner of Lllilia.
The old Smith's bridge, which is .i
solid structure, will be removed to
span the stream just above St. Louis
college where abutments have been
built at what will be the extension of
i Kukul street. fine street 5G feet
wide lias been laid out along the east
i side of the stream from King to Ku
kui street, and is ultimately to be con
tinued to Vineyard street. The whole
of the above described works consti
tute an immense improvement in that
hitherto neglected section of the city.
The hop nt the Hawaiian hotel Wed
nesday evening was largely attended.
I Xenrly all of the members of this
j Frawley company were there. The
i hotel building was brilliantly illum
' innted and the parlors and lanai where
, the dancing occurred were handsome
ly decorated w..a flowers and potted
At 12 o'clock tomorrow a salute -if
twenty-one guns will be fired from t
Armory Square In honor of Restora-
Thanksgivlng Is a fast being relegated ,,00d acting in the part of Alexander ( tion Day. The day is set aside to
to the rear. People, or a great ma- Armstrong. Mr. Dutlield has been
jority of them, do not care to attend hooking more to the management of
church even to offer their tlinnks unto the piny since his arrival but last
the Lord. He hoped that the degener- evenlnir surprised his friends.
at ion of Thnnksglving day would not
continue. Revs. C. M. Hyde, Oliver P,
Emerson, Hiram Bingham, J. LeaiV
ingham and O, H. (iiilick also partlc.
ipated in this service.
The second congregation of St.
Andrew' s church met nt 10 o'clock
and held service. A splendid musical
programme wns rendered by n largo
choir. Rev. Alex Mackintosh gave the
sermon, tnking' Thanksgiving for Ills
Moss nnd To Denin wns held at the
Catholic church at 0 o'clock. Bishop
Uulsfnn Ropnrt, Father Valentine and
Father Leonore participating.
BEST FOR WHEELMEN.
Careful wheelmen are never on the
road without Reudlug's Russia Salve.
It is the best thing cxtaut for bruises,
sprains and cuts Sold by Hollistcr
The honored guest who makes n call
Should welcome find sincere,
And likewise if he drinks nt all
A glass of "Rainier" Reor.
On tap or in bottles at the Criterion
Following is the cast:
Senator Hannibal Rivers
Mr. II. S. Dufileld
Count Earnest Von Strnhl, an Auk- 1
trian Diplomat. Mr. Frank Worthing
Huron Ling Chiiig, Secretary Chin
ese Legation.. Mr. George Rosworth
Rlphard Vance, Senator's Private
Secretary Mr. Geo. W. Leslie
Lieut. George Schuyler, U. S. A....
Mr. T. Daniel Frawley
Isaiah Sharpless, nn ex-Congrcss-
mau Mr. Harry Corson Clarke
Silas Denninn, a relic of the days of
Webster Mr. Wilson Enos
Erastus, Senator's Body Servant...
Mr. Frank C. Thompson
Mnbel Deiiiuan, daughter of Silas
Denninn Miss Alice Pixley
Mrs. Schuyler, n society leader ....
Miss Phosa McAllister
Mrs. Armstrong, wife of'the Seere-
tnry 'Miss Lansing Rowan
Josle, her stepdaughter
Miss Hope Ross
Mrs. Hllary.suseeptlble young widow
Miss Blanche Bates
commemorate tin restoration of the
Hawaiian flag to the King by A dinir.il
Thomas on Xovember 28th, 18t3.
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