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EVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., SATUKDAY, FKU. 10, 10S.
NEW SHIPMENT OF
Now On Sale
Beautiful and dainty handiwork from the Orient which be
(peak the cleverness and artistic tenie of the maker. It Is sur
prising how much a small amount Invested In these good will add
beauty and comfort to the home.
GRASS LINEN SQUARES and CENTERS
Fine assortment In various sizes, embroidered In dragons, but
terflies and floral designs.
GRASS LINEN TABLE COVERS
All handsomely embroidered, with napkins to match,
squares, round and oblong.
ENBROIDERED GRASS LINEN DOYLIES
7 and 10 Inch In dragon designs.
EMBROIDERED QRA8S LINEN SQUARES.
26x26, 34x34 and 40x40 Inch In various designs.
EMBROIDERED CRASS LINEN TABLE CENTERS.
27,and 37 Inehe In dragon designs.
EMBROIDERED ORAS8 LINEN TRAY COVERS and SCARFS,
GRASS LINEN by the piece or yard In white anil blue.
GRASS LINEN EMBROIDERY INSERTION; very handsome.
NEW PINEAPPLE 8ILK3. NEW JAPANESE WASH SILKS.
PONGEE SILK8, In white and natural.
Ned Drawnwork Squares and Centers.
JUST ARRIVED, Advance Spring styles In
These will be on sale beginning Monday Morning, Feb. 12.
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SIRLOIN STEAK AND RIB ROAST, 10c. PER POUND.
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1906 EXCLUSIVE SUITINGS
$20 to 30 per Suit
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Additional Social New, on Page 6.
A supper-dance was given on Thurs.
day evening by Miss Nellie White In
honor of Miss Margaret Castle, of Knl
nalu, the residence of James 0. Castle,
Esq,, at Diamond Head.
Miss White received her guests at
IIia AnfntiM et ttia linanllfiit tlnan-
room, and presented them to Miss Mar.1cab, "lcc
garet Castlo. Miss Whlto looked char
ming In an exqutslto French creation
of pink chiffon over pink silk Inlet
with lace, and she woro a wreath of
tiny whlto roses In hor hair. Miss
Castle, who Is a pretty girl, was dain
tily dressed In white. Tho supper-la-blcs
wero In the form of a cross, thus
enabling everybody to seo nnd bo seen.
Hoses In huge silver bowls and long
stemmed roses In tall vases artistical
ly ornamented the tables. Tall silver
camlflabras and silver candlesticks
with Colored candles. adZr?o tho
exquisite effect of hundreds of roses
strewn upon the tnblo. Tho place
cards bore tho Hawaiian coat-of-arms,
and Solomon's Quintet Club sang and
played throughout tho supper, as well
ns for the dancing later. The Rose
room Is without doubt the most gor
geous thing of the kind In Honolulu.
A German artist was especially
brought over to paint tho celling nnd
walls, which are dono In the Emplro
stylo, Louis Quarto being closely fol
lowed, Hoses formed tho motif for tho
decorations and tho slmpto and clo
gant way In which they havo been
used Is always greatly admired. The
ecllpso added to tho enjoyment of tho
evening, ror It gavo everybody a
chance to stroll about tho cxtenstvo
grounds, and, as tho evening advanc
ed, It became as light as day. Tho
great lanal was used for tho dancing.
This overlooks tho ocean which rolls
underneath nnd the cyo was charmed
with tho picture of tho storm-tossed
waves. The danco lasted until a lato
hour, a special car being chartered to
take the guests home. Thoso present
wero Mr. and Mrs Hlchard hers, Mr.
and Mrs. Hannle Scott, Mr. and Mrs.
D. I.. Marx, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Mac
farlane. Mr. and Mrs. George Davles,
Mrs. I'. M. Swanzy, Captnln and Mrs.
Nlblack, Dr. and Mrs. Charles Cooper
I Mrs. Clorrlt I. Wilder. Mr. nnd Mrs.
J. 8. Walker. Mr. and Mrs. A. O.
lllawcs. Misses Drusllla Marx, Marlon
Scott, Kathleen Cartwrlght, fjardlo
Macfarlane, Helen Macfarlane, Altco
,Mncfnrlano, Irngard Schaefcr, Marlon
Mcuuvray, juiieito iiariweu, uorotny
Hartwell, Helen Kltchon, Cordelia
Walker; Messrs. Derby. Wight, Hob
bins Anderson, Gvorgo Potter, Ocorgo
Fuller. Arthur Macintosh, James Cock
burn, David Anderson, Walter Dilling
ham, I. Dillingham, Harold Dillingham,
Leslie. Scott, Dr. Yost, Dr. James Judd,
and Judgo Lindsay.
Tho concert of tho Symphony Socie
ty was given on Friday evening beforo
a large and fashionable audtenco. The
program was excellent and-each num
ber was received with applause. Tho
orchestra has worked hard to achieve
the success of last evening, and It was
a treat to listen to goon music -render
ed In such a masterly fashion. Miss
Drusllla Marx sang In a finished man
ner and showed marvelous technique.
The full orchestra accompanied hor.
Sho has a pleasing stage presenco and
was most enthusiastically received.
MI83 Maud Kinney, unfortunately.
was taken very III and, although sho
tried to battlo against tho faintness. It
was Impossible for her to proceed, Up
on reaching the dressing-room sho be
came unconscious and that state last
ed lor several hours. Sho Is ill at her
home on Anapuni street.
Tho quartet interpreted Beethoven
beautifully and gavo great pleasure
This was composed of Mr. II. L. Marx,
Mr. Nolet, Dr. Kamus and Mr. C.
Huscb. Tho double quartet was en
cored and their rich voices were a
pleasure to listen to.
In the lower box wero scon Mr. Ilowr
ard, Mr. and Mrs. Smithies, Mr. llowcn
end Captain Sayce. Mr. Howard gavo
a dinner nt tho Hawaiian Hotel pro
ceding tho concert. Nearly all tho
tnustc-lovcra In Honolulu as well as
society In general, wero out In full
Mr. C. Hcdemann, tho president of
tho Society, was unavoidably absent,
having gone to Hawaii on business. Ho
Is a most enthusiastic worker for tho
Club, and through his efforts It has
become au Institution,
Among tho dinners on Thursday eve
ning was tho one gleu by Mr. and
Mrs. ltaymoml do II. 1-ayard at tho
Consulate, Their gucsta wero Judge
and Mrs, Stanley. Mr. and Mrs. Hawes,
J. Us O'Mcura and Miss Hlgford, who
went on to tho Symphony concert.
Mr Jack Atkinson was a returning
passenger on tho Alameda.
Captain and Mrs. Nlblack expect to
depart In the near future. Lieut. J. C.
Carter, U. 8, N., will succeed him. Tho
Nlblacks will bo nilHsed, for they havo
taken an active interest In tho society
of tho place.
Captain Combo and all tho genial of
fice rt of tho 0. S. ltestoror have re
turned. Captain Combo had a rough
trip. All tho officers wero much en
tertained in San Francisco.
The engagement ot Miss Lanl Ward
is announced by Mrs. Victoria Ward,
to Mr. Robert Ilooth.
The Chronicle says that Mr, and
Mrs. Dillingham will soon leave for
Mr, Sandnna's portrait of Judgo Dole
Is pronounced a striking likeness by
thoso who havo seen It. Mr. Sandona
departs this week for Sun Francisco.
Ho has dono many portraits while bore
among. others thoso of Mr. and Mrs
,C. W. 0. Deerlng, Mrs. F. II. Iluuiubris,
J-""1"'" y""a "' Bf ;
leu, ino i'riiici'BH iuwttiiuuuKuuf uuu
the full-length ono of Judge Dole,
which will be presented to the public
by the subscribers.
Ensign Wade is about id marry Miss
Edith Kabrlgon, a daughter of a retir
ed professor of Columbia University.
The Ensign Is at his homo In Hacket
town, N, J.
Mr. and Mrs, Offly Crewe rtcad, who
have been In the Islands for two years,
expect to depart soon for the mainland,
Mr. Crewc-Read Is connected with the
An Elks minstrel show In tho future
will bo an Interesting event.
Tho Dramatic Club will present an
opera In a short time.
Illshop and Mrs. Hamilton havo re
turned from the Volcano.
The Hawaiian Woman's Club will
give a concert In the Kamchameha
Olrls' School gymnasium on Friday
" for lho bcoflt ot ,Mr tral"Ptl
They say that "Sonny" Cunha will
soon return from San Francisco.
Mr. W. T. Rawlins has been ill with
Tho Floral Pnrndo of February 22
will be a grand event nnd it will do
much in promoting tho Islands,
That even some of the most peculiar
habits become second nature to some
men, Is proved In the case of A II. Mc
Elroy, who has such a habit of going
to Jail for vagrancy that the pollco
know when to expect him bnrk after
each tlmo ho la released from Jail. He
was picked up again and brought to the
station n. little after midnight last
night, and booked for the samo old
charge. McElroy and work arc not on
speaking terms, but ho seems to en-
Joy being In Jail, and often when ur-
rested he exclaims on entering the sta
tion: "Well, here I am again for the same
After being out for fifty-two minutes,
fudge Lindsay's Jury at 5:28 p m. ju
Icrday returned a verdict of guilty
sgnlnst E, Vilan Richardson on tho
first of tho five charges of embezzle
ment against him. A. 0, M. Robertson
gave notlco of n motion for a new trial.
Tho Jury was us follows: J. J Alberts,
J, G. Abrcu, A. A. Dunn. W. C. Oilman,
Jas. Hnughtun, Harry Lyman, S. Les
ser, J, Ordenstcln, A. M. Simpson, 1",
O. White, W. It. Waters nnd J. F.
BAND AT CAPITOL.
The Hawalan band will give n pub
lic concert on Sunday afternoon at 3
o'clock at tho Capitol grounds, as fol
Grand March "Coronation"
Overture "Le Part du Diablo".. Auber
Ballad "Tho Reaper and tho Flow'
Selection "II Trovatore" Verdi
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rAfll f IntllAllfifti OnwwA k M 1-. tlku.d
Darltone Solo "IlclUarlo" Donizetti
"Tho Star Spangled U.inner."
Proernm. uin i.n ,n.iriht..i .i ii,
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FIRST M, E. CHURCH.
At 10 a. m.. Sunday school and 111-
bio classes: 11 n. m.. Bishop John W.
Hnmllton. D. D., will preach. Miss
Marlon Hell will sing; 6:30. En worth
League. John W. Wadman, tho pastor
AmLTfhi n!!i1eC!' rlU MlMl?J'
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At 7:30 tho congregation will unlto
with Central Union Church nnd the
IllBhop will preach his last sermon In
Honolulu. All aro cordially Invited.
Ice forming on telegraph wires somo
times Increases their weight no less
than 900 per cent.
Our buyer Jn New York closed out a large line of FINE WHITE
ORGANDIES at about half their regular value. We will place the
same on sale
Monday, February 12, At Bargain Prices
About 480 yards Fine White Organdies. Regular valuo 35c and 30c.
ON SPECIAL SALE AT 18d YARD
Just In: a fine line of French Organdies In new designs at 25
About 350 yards Fine White Organdies. Regular value 25c.
ON SPtCIAL 8ALE AT IGUie YARD
NEW 36-Inch Blue Dress Linen In two qualities at 22 'i & 20 d
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When you remember tho fact
that the Bitters has been curing
sickly people for over SO ytarsj
you ought not hesitate any longer
In giving It a fair trial. For cur
Ing General Debility, Impure
Blood, Headache, Indigestion, Dyi
pepsla, Costlveness, or Malaria.;
Fever and Ague It Is unrivalled
Tho Knplolanl Park Commissioners
will take over the Kunst property at
Waiklkl, recently purchased by tho
County, as soon as tho matter of tho
passage of title can be arranged, Tho
Park Commissioners met yesterday.
Improvements were Informally dis
cussed, The main building on the pro
perty will probably be used as a casi
no. A row of bath houses will bo
Superintendent Young of Knplolanl
Park was asked to preparo estimates
(or bath houses and plans for thu
grounds. Commissioner I.. A. Thurs
ton was appointed a committee to con
suit with tho Supervisors In tho prep
aration ot tho papers for the transfer
of tho leasehold of the property from
tho County to tho Park Commission.
Commissioner Cleghorn will call on
owners of property In tho neighbor
hood, along tho seashore, to get them
to remove their fences.
Lead to Worthless or Harmful Rem
edies. Stimulating the scalp may nltay thu
itching of the dandruff, but that does
not euro the scalp. Tho dlrcasc won't
yield to quinine or capsicum nor alco
hol, because It is caused by a germ or
parasite To euro dandruff the germ
must be destroyed. Until recently
thero was no Imlr preparation, or (land
druff cure, or hair restorer on tho mar
ket that would kill that Insidious germ
that dries up the scalp In little scales
called dandruff, and absorbes the vital
ity of the hair, routing falling hair.
and finally baldness. New tiros Ilcrpl
rlclo Is the only really scientific' pre par
ntlon to cure dandruff, prevent falling
hair anil baldness, Spld by leading
druggists. Send 10c in stamps for sam
pfe to The Hcrplcldo Co., Detroit, Mich.,
llouister Drug Co., special agents.
-.,, r.,unu ni.rni. ot ti. ii..
S""., K- ctM. ! In charge of
'"v. ther Clement. Tomorrow, Feb-
m," "' n,m8?' cnn. collection.
Sunday school; 4 p. m Rosary.
Tho Catholic Church of St. Joseph.
Moanalun, In chargo of Ilev. Father
Clement. Tomorrow, Fchrunry 11th,
oupiuuKCBiuiu auimnyi it n. in.. lilgu
n,n,", sermon, collection, Sunday
""0": 3 I'. "- lwary, catechism, re-
CCB "very night at 8 o'clock. In
"" l". corner of King and Nuuinu
a.,.i', m.-n i.m ...i . -
. m. iiii,ib ri.. ., m p i V..
meeting; 8 p. m Salvation meeting.
Adjutant nnd Mrs. Damberry will be
la charge, assisted by Ensign Haynes
and Lieutenant Crawford,
Everybody Is cordially Invited to
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kinds repaired and vamlshad. Yard and lawn work a specialty. Tools fue
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