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LOOAIi AND GENERAL NEWS
The Molcolii leiivos to-morrow
Band coucort at Eniinn Squsro
Tho etoamors Jnnma ilakoo and
Lelnm eiil) thin a(tnrnooii.
Dr. N. B. EniHrjon scored d7
turday at tbo Kakaalco raugo,
Dr. Jaraos T. Wnyson and wife
from Alauoa yoHterday.
A spouial torm of tl)e Circuit Court
will bu called for Monday
Vandorvopr'a "Siren" tho successor
to "Sea Breezes" is announuad to
appear this week.
Tub officers of tho U.S. 8.
will receive their frienda on
Bo sure aud attend to-morrow
evening's concert at St. Andrew's
Cathedral School Room. Tickets
Captain Christian an "old timer"
is tallying out tho cargo of tho S. C.
Allen. II o is au old hand at the
Company A has reelected First
Lieutenant Fetter aud Secoud
H. Klouiuie. Captain John
Sohaefer presided at the election.
The Hawaiian (log floated over the
MeriiliAiu'a Exchange and other
"loyal" planus on Saturday when the
Hawaiiaus celebrated their Independence
Tho favorite beverage of tho nobility
is Andrew Usher's whisk? and
Schweppe's famous soda. The Royal
Annex, always up to date, is now
responding to tho frequent calls for
"U. & S "
Mr. Feun'B entertainment at lolani
College on Friday evening was a
marked success and reOectod great
credit upon tho College. Auothor
of a similar nature will be given in
January to welcome homo Bishop
At the St Audrew's Cathedral
euterUinm ut to morrow eveuing
Rev. V. H. Kitcat, and Messrs. It. J.
rTenn and Ault, with tho boys of
lolani College will assist, in the vocal
harmonies. The Harmonia selection
ami Mai lVuia will b repeated.
An excellent .program has been
preparodand thoroughly rohoarsod
for the beuelit concert iu tho Sunday
Suhnol Room of St. Audrew's
Cathodral to-morrow evening. The
object is, to procure a now Hawaiian
Ujmu Book for use in the
Ad micron 50 cunts.
Judge Stanley has granted a
divorce in tuo ease of Irene Long
agaiuBt Carlos Long. This case is a
sequel to the suit for damages of
Mr. Lang against W. H. Cornwell,
Jr., which is uo w peuding in the
Courts aud iu which the plaintiff
complaints of the defendant alienating
the affections of hjs wife.
Miss Mary Low who during the
past few years has had charge of the
ladicb' delivery window at General
Post Olhco has resigned her position.
Miss Low will be missed greatly at
tho Post Oflice where she has become
very popular with tho public through
iier affable mauners and coustaut
courtesy. It is uuderatood that Miss
Low has accepted n position in tho
offioo of attorney J. A. Magoon,
where she will be followed by tho
best wishes for future success of her
' WAR AGAIN.
A Strong Military Drama To-morrow
"Held by the Enemy" the play
that commences the last week of the
Frawloy engagement is written
around an inoideut of the lato civil
.war. ' The hero and heroine go
through a great deal of troublo but
' but come out of it all right iu tho
end. It is a stirring war play and
will bo mounted as olaboratoly as
"Shenandoah." The bombardment
of Richmond is the work of a
At tho Krawlrya
Thoro were two good and won
patronized performances at FrawloyB
on Saturday. Tho groat unknown
was woll received by a largo audionce
of youngstors who atteuded the
matinee and tho play was cleverly
Iu the evening the "Fatal Card"
was tho play and it was beyond comparison
tho best performance df this
soasou. Tho audionce liked it and
doserved praiso aud applause wero
showered on all who took a part.
To-morrow evening "Hold by tbo
Enemy" a war play will be gtoen,
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A ROUGH TRIP.
Soriom Expurioucoa of tho Visitors
Tho Board of Health had announced
that the regular trip of its
officials and those invited would
take place last woek, and on Friday
eveuing the steamer Nooau loft port
carrying 52 passengors for Kalau-papa,
the port, of the leper rottlo
mont on Molokai.
After a pleasant run to the "silont"
island tbo ntoamor encountered a
heavy swell. When anohorod off
Kalaupapa the dangor of landing
was fully realized. Secretary Wilcox
of the Health Board, and Mr.
Bruns, a visitor to the settlement,
went ashore but tho pranks of the
boat which carried them, did not
oncourago tho pooplo on board the
Bteamor to follow their lead.
The Nooau steamed to Waikolu
where President Smith and Deputy
Marshal Hitohcock effected a landing
and whence Wilcox waa picked
up. A return to Kalaupapa was
made, aud as the sea apparently had
calmed somewhat several attempts
to land were made. Somo boats
landed bv skillful maneuvering. A
boat in which wore W. O. Smith
and R. H. Hitchcock had a narrow
escape from being swamped, and
the two officials wore laudod on
terra firm a, another illustration of
tho truth of tho old adago referring
to drowning and banging.
The venture of another boat met
with a result that oausod groat dan
ger to life but fortunately did not
end fatally. The boat in which
were, besides tbo crew, Captain
Peterson, Purser Kelly and Miss
Carrol was swamped at tho wharf
and the purser and Miss Carrol
wero pinned underneath tho
boat. People from shore succeeded
in righting the boat in time
to save Miss Carrol from an untimely
death. Purser Kelly was badly
bruised and two raon of tbn crew
The party succoeded in boarding
tho steamer without further acci
dents and without having much of
a chsnce to see the settlement. The
indefatigable Smith rushed on to
Kalawao and returned to Kalaupapa
in time to catch tho steamer. Sis
Excellency attributes rough
weathor and unpleasant accidents to
the fact that he had no newspaper
men iu the party. Ho is right. We
have got to be there to keep him
aud oven the ocean straight.
It was r. happy crowd which waB
landed in Honolulu yosterday. Applications
for permits to visit Molokai
will bo rare in the future.
Miss Cordelia Clymer has issued
invitations for Wednesday evening
noxt at 8 o'clock, to a musical entertainment
to bo given at tho Y. M. 0.
A. Hall, in honor of her friend Mr.
Calvin F. Lamport, As will be seen
the program is a most delightful
one aud the artists assisting hold a
most favored position in their noble
1. Beethoven, "Sonate II, Op. 12,
No.2" (Piano and Violin.)
Allegro vivace. Andante, piu tosto
Allegretto. Allegro piacevole.
Cordelia Clymer, J. W. Yarndloy.
2 Ohaminade "Tu Mo Dirato,"
Mrs. (J. B. Cooper.
:. Op. 10, No 12.
d. Do Boriot "First Conoorto"
J. W. Yarndloy.
5. Liebling,"Conoart Waltz." Op.12.
0. Bereuy, "Sohlummerlied," Op.ld.
Mrs. 0. B Cooper.
7. (a.) Kullak, "Etude," (6.) Nevin
"Lovo Song", .o.) Czerny,"Ootavo
8. (a,) Beoker, "Menett," (6.) lmre
Alfoeldy, "Hungarian Dance."
Cordelia Clymer, Calvin Lamport.
9. Cowon "Hast Thou Waudorod,"
(.The Rose Maiden.)
Soprano Mrs, O, B. Cooper; Mezzo-Soprano
Cordelia Olymor, Baritone
J. W. Yarndloy,
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Of course ho does. Why shouldn't
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A Jolly Picnic.
Mrs. J. H. Boyd last Saturday entertained
Princess Kaiulani and a
number of friends at Wnoala, tho
beautiful Mauoa residenco of Col.
J. H. Boyd.
The eighteen invitod guests went
up together on horseback gaily
decorated withleis, and thePriucess
thoroughly enjoyed tho excursion
which romiuded her of days gone
by when she aud her calvacado
galoped over tho roads of Hawaii.
At Waoala the party was entertained
right royally. Merriment
reiguod at the bountiful feast in the
handsomely decorated lanai. A
string baud was in attendance and
the young pooplo naturally indulged
in dancing for a few hours. At dusk
the return to tbo city was made and
the party dispersed after having
ono of tho most successful
picnics given here.
Tho Aorangi Oomes and Goes.
Tho R. M. S. Aorangi whose arrival
had been expected for two days
arrived in port yesterday morning
and sailed for Vancouver in the
evening. Sho brought no passenger
for this ports. Tho following is tho
report of tho Aorangi's purser: The
R. M. S. Aorangi, Campboll Hop-worth,
commander, left Sydney on
8th Novembor for Welliuton, N. Z.,
which port was reached on 13th
November. Laft again on ldtk and
arrived at Suva on the 19th. Left
Suva same day and arrived at this
port on the 28th inst., at 12 o'clock
noon. Fine weathor has been experienced
on tho voyage. Mr.
Churchill, lato U. S. Consul at
Samoa, and family left by bor as his
services are required in Washington.
Judge Perry on Saturday sentenced
Upapa, ono of the men connected
with the Kauai murder, to imprisonment
at hard labor for three years.
Upapa was found guilty by the jury
of being au auessory after tho fact.
Mr. Rosa, his attorney will not
appeal from the verdict.
Mr. Robertson's clients Kspea and
Kaio vern not sentenced owing to
tho statutory limitation. Tho attorney
argued that sentence could
not be suspended to another term,
but was overrulod by Judge Perry
and an exception from the ruling to
the Supreme Court taken.
Death of Alvin Baseman.
After a serious illness Alvin H.
Raseman succumbed on Saturday
morning at the residence of his wife's
father, Mr. John Nott. H. RaBeman
was well-known and well liked here.
He was very prosperous in his profession
as a book binder for many
years and was identified with the
fire department and other popular
organizations. His unassuming manners
and modest ways made him
numerous friends who regret his
early death. He was born in Michigan
86 years ago and leaves a wife
and child. The funeral which was
largely atteuded took place yesterday.
From tht Columbia Theatre, San
LAST WEEK OF THE SEASON
TUESDAY, Nov. 30th,
'Held by the Enemy '
Another Storling War-Drama.
THURSDAY, Deo. 2d,
SATURDAY MATINEE, Deo. ltb,
"A Matrimonial Maze"
SATURDAY NIGHT, Deo.
The Groat Naval Drama.
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