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Till: PACIFIC COMMERCIAL, ADVERTISER: HONOLULU, MARCII 16, 185.
MERRY MUSICS ill PUNAHOU.
Miss Axtell Charmed Numerous Mu
sic Lovers Last Night.
Voral sad Instrumental Programme Well
i:nrferecl by a Talented Artlnt.
Two tier Hong.
The parlors of Punahou College
and veranda immediately outside
were rilled with lovera of music laet
night, gathered for the purpose of
hearing the musical recital by Mis3
Axtell, the talented teacher cf
sic at Oahu College, a"
The YtO par'
-"".oung of vocal and instrumen
tal music, were most admirably
rendered, and special mention
should be made of several pieces.
"Le Papillon" (The Butterfly),
by Levalee, was by far the most
difficult production of the evening.
The movement in the piece is very
intricate and quick. Miss Axtell
charmed her hearers by the grace
and seeming ease with which she
A very interesting fact is con
nected with the two songs of B.
Cutter. "Wanderer's Night Song,"
and "When I Left Thee," both of
which were on the programme ren
dered last night. Miss Axtell was
a student in the New England Con
servatory of Music under Professor
Cutter, who is now earning fame by
the successful career which he has
When the time came for the
faculty recital, Mies Axtell was
found to be the only one chosen
from the several hundred young
ladies in attendance, to sing on
the occasion. Professor Cutter
gave her the two eoogs, mentioned
above, which she sang eo well that
the original manuscripts of the
same were presented to her at the
The "Wandered Night Song"
has not yet been published. This,
together with "When I Left Thee,"
were eung fur the first time by
Miss Axtell. Last night was the
first occasion Honolulu people had
SERIES OF FOOTBALL GAMES,
Second Contest Between Philadelphia
and Local Team Today.
Philadelphia Team Strengthened Since
Lait Game Both Clubs liar Veen
There is id be another fight to-
for hearing them.
"He Was Despaired," from Han
dePs "Mepsiah," was rendered with I
singular force ; as was the "Flower
Song" from Gounod's "Faust."
The programme was closed with
the delightful little sores "Good
bye" and "La Serenatu," both by
Tosti. Those who were present
feel very grateful to Misj Axtull
for the pleasant evening':? enter
tainment and exprtss the hope that
there may be other tuch events in
the near future. No admission fee
DOMAIN FOR LILIUOKALANI
Sixth Congressional District of Kan
sas to b3 Ceded to Her.
ATopeka (Kans.) iaper in a rtceut
issue says :
The joke of the week in the Houe of
Representatives was over a measure
prepared by a member from the Sixth
congressional district for the purpose
of ceding that territory to Queen Lill
uokalani, who is supposed to be headed
for the United States. It is claimed
that the Sixth district has been aban
supremacy of the gridiron which,
u So date, belongs most unmistak
ably to the latter.
For both teams it has been noth
ing but "saw wood" for weeks since
the last game. Nothing much has
been said, but an amazing amount
of work has been done. The Phil
adelphia team has several new men,
adding materially to the strength
of the club. At all events it is an
assured fact that the game this af
ternoon will not be as one-sided as
that played a few weeks ago.
Following is the personnel of the
two teams, together with the usual
substitutes : E. HinchlirTe, center ;
W. Whitley, right guard ; J. Yate,
left guard ; T.Sharkey, right tackle ;
W. Arndt, left tackle; C.Thomp
son, right end ; C. Kame, left end ;
C. Dietz, quarter ; Y. Roney, right
half; P. N. Olmstead, left half; D.
Reese, full back; J. Burke, T.
Hughes, W. Wardell and C. J.
Gettis, substitutes. Honolulu : J.
Spencer, center ; Geo. Rosa, right
guard ; Ed. Holt, left guard ; C.
Long, right tackle ; Geo. Angus,
left tackle ; Antone Lawrence, right
end ; Chris. Holt, left end ; James
Thompson, quarter; P. Parker,
right half; Chas. Crane, left half;
L. Singor, full ; Sam Johnson, Vida
Thrum, Henry Hapai, Chas. Rice
and the Greenwell brothers, sub
stitutes. The game will be called at 3 :15
p. m. promptly, and an admission
fee of 25 cents will be charged.
The referee and umpire will be
chosen before the game commences.
These, according to the rulea, will
appoint the lineman.
A RETURNED JOURNALIST.
Julius A. Palmer, of the Boston
. Julius A. Palmer, who was here
some twelve months ago in the in
terest of the Boston Transcript,
dropped unexpectedly into the
Advertiser editorial room yester
day afternoon. While Mr. Palmer
still retains an interest in his old
love, the Boston Transcript, he is
now here especially in the interest
of the New York Evening Post.
The New York Post and the
Boston Transcript, are recognized
as among the leading papers sup
porting the present policy of Presi
dent Cleveland in regard to the
Profit made by US, as we buy
A I. -f 11 1 " 1 - -
day between the Philadelphia and Llvm Q maser, wnen
Honolulu football iams fcr the 'S e save tte Huddle-
man's profit. It you nave been
told otherwise, call .and Ve
Our special announcement
to you is that: "by the Gaelic
we have Veceived a fine assort
menc of Dress Goods, Gents'
furnishings, Neckwear and
Japanese Jewelry consisting of
Scarf Pins in new and unique
designs for both ladies and
Would Not Stop.
Strenuous efforts were made last
night by those interested to have
the Mariposa stay over two or three
hours last evening, but Captain
Hayward said he had to make Sa
moa at a certain time and must do
it. Consequently the steamer left
doned by the Lord and left to its own i t her usual period.
device3 by the present State adminis-
tration. It has had hard luck from j - ,.
start to finish. It has had hot winds ;
and no rain Baker in Congres3 and !
the Ru?8..j thistle taking thscouu- !
try. After the election a large num- :
ber of more or leas eminent states- i
men journeyed to Topeka in I
search of the spoils of oflice. So '
far they have got left with startling
unanimity, ami at present there !
seems to be no surcease of sorrow, j
Under these circumstances it Is !
thought best to turn the entire dis- ;
trict over to LUiuokalanl and give
her another chance. The highest thing
inauistricc uas oeen aoie to uoiu in ;
the? past four years has beeu William i
Baker, and even his friends never '
counted hlra higher than a two spot. I
The careful calculator who has pre- j
pared the bill thinks that a nueen. ;
even though she is a little soiled and
has a corner torn otf, will help their
hand up in the northwest. The meas
ure is as follows:
Be it Enacted by the .Legislature of
the State of Kansas :
Section 1. As soon as Queen L.il of
the Sandwich Islands shall land in
the United States of America as a
refugee from the island over which
or years she has been queen, it shall
be the duty of the Governor of the
State of Kansas to appoint three ex
state officials to meet her at the Golden
Gate and formally cede to her the
Sixth Congressional District of the
Section 2. The provisions ot this
Act are such that Grover Cleveland
shall not be permited to run for office
in said district, or take any position
This Act shall take effect on and
after its publication in the Smith
County Pioneer, Kansas.
The process of bookmaking has
from time immemorial, been so
cheap in China that a book of
twenty-five or thirty pages is rarely
6old for more than 1 cent.
Tho Hawaiian Gazette Company
manufacture rubber stamps of all
Of Interest to Managers of Plan
tations. A Mo Jel Plant is not complete without
Electric Poorer, thus dispensing with
Why not generate your power from
one CENTRAL Station ? One generator
can furnish power to your Pumps, Centri
fugals, Elevators, Tlows, Railways and
Hoists ; also furnish light and power for
a radius of from 15 to 20 miles.
Electric Power being used Paves the
labor of hauling coal in your field, also
water, and does away with hihg priced
engineers, and only have or e engine to
look a'ter in jour mill.
Vhern water power is available, it
coats nothing to generate Electric Power.
The Hawaiian Electric Comi-any i3
now ready to furnish Electiic Plants
and Generators of all descriptions at
6hort notice, and also has on hand a
largo fctock of Wire, Chandeliers, and all
All orders wUi be Riven prompt atten
tion, and estimates furnished for Light
ing and Poer Plants ; also attention is
given to Ilc.U3 and Marino Wiring.
Are too Large for
But they fit papa the nicest ot any that
he has had mad in
If you don't know where the placo is,
afck the policeman on the corner to
While ordering a suit, you can also be
fitted out in all classes and grades of
Don't Forget the Number
Johnston & Storey.
Is acain preparedlJto repair Garden
Hose, Sprinklrrs, Water Taps, Saw Fil
ine and all kinds of Tools sharpened in
cluding Carving Knives and Scissors;
Lawn Mowers a specialty ; also Betting
Glass, in fact all kimis of jobbing Work
called for and returi.-ed. Kins un 159
o'clock a . m.
i-.ny, time before 2
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
Japanese Silk and Cotton Dress Goods !
s, from $2 up and Portieres. Fans
Lacquer, Porcelain and China Ware, Gents' Furnishines, consistiog of Silt Cotton
and Crape Shirts, Silk and Cotton Hose, Neckwear etc etc uug OI Ltton
rQnETV the cheapest and best houeein Honolulu for Japanese Good
Call and we will convince you with prices. ww...
MURATA & CO.,
made expressly for Jslard
CAKPENTEUS', It LACK SMITHS'
HENRY CLAY AND
Blake's Steam Pumps,
Wilcox & Gibbs Sewing Machines
I, UBRICA TIN O OILS,
Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc.,
CASTLE & COOKE L'd
Hardware General Merchandise
Hollister &' Co.
VUi C-U; SAFETY MATCHES Tbe beet in tl.e market odorless.
Franied at $1.25 each and Upwards.
Ii'u.'hler CJartlen Hose;
Mechanics' Tocle, a specialty;
Ready IVIixed Taints; Iaints irx Oil;
Dry jPainte; Varnishes; Iaint Oils;
ilcoI ancl Linseed.
Faint llnnhes, Blastiug Powder, Giant Towder, Caps and
CAEBOMMUM AVENARITJS !
Wood Preserving Oil.
EndorEtd by the TreES, Scientiets and leading Architects throughout the World.
Preserves all wcod above or underground, in fresh or salt water. Prevents
dampness in walls and renders brickwork waterproof. Destrojs vermin, insects,
house fungus, disinfects premises.
CARRIAGE WHIPS a new invoice.
Agents for the celebrated VACUUM OIL.
New lot of Crepe and
Plain Tissue Paper.
Latest designs in Pic
Lots of other Goods,
new and novel, just
Pacific Hardware Company, Limited,
Fort Street, - Honolulu.
DRESSED TO KILL!
He is, bo doubt. The result sbowa it.
The damsel prefers the better dressed
man Sjch result is a matter of course
when the suit is made in our well known
faultless style Poor tailoring spoils the
best cloth. With us both material and
tailoring are above criticism. And we are
now making Suits, Overcoats and Pants
at a ie reduction.
.See our Pants tor ?o.
FUBNITURE JUST EECEITED !
Vv Vy. '
- r 4 .
A COMPLETE STOCK OF
yVT LOW PRICFe;
Rugs and Portiers of all sizes.
la Oak or Cherry,and other gooda
too numerous to mention.
Repairing of all kinds prompt
ly attended to. Furniture packed
for the other islands. Special
caro given to Piano moving.
74 KING STREET.
MEDEIROS & CO..
Hotel street, opposite King Bros.
Wanted To Purchase.
FILE OF THE HOLOMUA,
2V (English) for the year 1S1M. -Apply
at Advertiser office. 3916-tf
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY OF NEW YORE
RICHARD A. HeOVRDY
Assets December 31st, 1893 : $186,707,080.14
A Good Record, the Best Guarantee for the Future,
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