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EVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., SATUnDAY, MARCH 31, 1900
The Little Ads with
See Pane 8, NSW TO -
DI8HOP TRU8T CO., LTD.
April 1st. 135.
HOUSE 4 bedrooms, Ktnau St. 833.
OFFICES tn modern building. King
etrcct near Fort, 115 and ISO.
3 paying properties on Young street.
Will sell separately.
Building lot on King street S0xl30.
Trees, etc Deautlful location.
Well Improved lot with three cot
tages. 60 per month, net revenue 10
per cent A bargain.
Fine residence with large lot.
Street 3 bedrooms.
BISHOP TRUST CO., LTD.
Cottage of 3 bedrooms on Vineyard
. St and cottage of 2 bedrooms on
Peck Ave, Apply 8. S. 1'eck, 297
A cottage on the Walklkl beach, fur.
nlshed or unfurnished. Apply to
Jno. Casstdy, 2003 Kolla road,
Furnished housekeeping rooms with
gas; alto fi-room furnished cottage.
Inquire No. 8, Cottage Grove.
A two story house, No. 1030 Oreen
street. Furnished or unfurnished.
ADDly C. D. Reynolds. 3317-tf
Cottages la Cbrlstly Lane. Apply'
Wong Kwal, 8mlth St, mauka Hottl
Cheapest coolest furnished rooms In
city. Helen's Court Adams lane-
Two-ttory house at Walalao and Cth
Ave. Inquire on premises. 3321-lm
Newly furnished mosquito proof room,
at 81 Vineyard St nzs-ii
Hawaiian Ballasting Company.
Dest black sand from S3 to 3 a load
according to distance hauled. Coral
rocks for stable, roods nnd sldo
walks; firewood. Third door below
King, Maunakea St; P. O. box 820.
Telerbone Main 390.
Fur a nice, smooth shave call at the
Criterion 8bno. 1111 Fort St
DYEING AND CLEANING.
Uemura dyes (any color) and cleans
ciouics; repairs nicycies ana iur
nlshes employees. 520 King St. I
For house-help, phone White 2891. Ma.
klkl. General Employment Office,
cor. rensacola and lleretania,
. Mr. Jas. Sheridan, pianoforte tuner,
Suta moved to the piano wnrerooms
ol Cw E. Thayer & Co., 158 Hotel St.
:ppeiUe Young Hotel. All orders
ttlor tuning promptly attended to.
Piano taught In 6 months by experi
enced teacher; 13 month (8 lessons);
special attention to adult beginners.
Address Music, this oince. 3328U
The Weekly Edition of the Evening W. T. RAWtlNS, ATTORNEY AND
Bulletin glvcM a complcto summary of COUNSELLOR-AT-LAW, 502 8TAN
the nows of the day. For SI V"'" GENWALD BUItDINO.
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SELECT WITH CARE YOUR ARCHITECT
It means much to you. Th home you build expresses your per
sonality. "Through Its halls runs the story of your life." Your
home should be a credit to you; spend your money wisely; I can help
you make svery dollar count.
: W. MATLOCK CAMPBELL
W. MATLOCK CAMPBELL
Y. SUOA SHOTEN
Wholesale 5t Retail Liquor Dealer,
I g Stock of Japanese and AmerUa Liquors, 'inzal 8alcrn In conntctlon
l ' POSTOFFICE BOX 8B
That's what makes and saves money. Just THINK of Telephone Main
(47 when you want your clothes attended to.
HONOLULU CLOTHES CLEANING CO. ,
J. F, COLBURN III, Manag- '.
the Big Results
DAY, for Now Ada.
Uy neat young man, to work a faw
hours every day between hours of
9 anil 3. Address A. V. 8., P. O.
Rox !61. 3311-lw
Young man, well-educated, needs em
ployment for a few months. Ad
dress II., llullctln. 3343-lw
Reef cattle far sale at Ka
huliu Ranch, Kau. Ha
Fine corner lot In Maklkl. Curbing,
water, fruit and ornamental trees
and all Improvement. Two mm.
utes' walk from cars and Punahou
College. Address It F., this office.
Woi In ffittnni. Pure bred Plymouth
Rocks, barred or wnuo. 'icjopnone
White Ml. 3319-tf
Cheap Home near Park, WalklkL
Address R. 8. Ks Bulletin.
A young man with some knowledge of
retail business, to take charge of
stcre. flood salary to the right man
Address fl. V... Ilox 427, City.
Hawaiian and Oriental stamps, post
cards, newspaper wrappings. Will
exchange. Address Randolph Stu
art, Greenwood, Ilrlttsh Columbia,
KOOM AND BOARD
loom and board
119C King St.
fta horse, no brand, strayed from Dor-
etanla St. near Kaahumanu school,
Reward at this ofllco. 3332-tf
The Weekly Edition of the Evening
Bulletin gives a complcto summary of
the news of the day. For SI year'
Rlank books of all sorts, ledgers
etc . manufactured by the Bulletin i;ub.
Umbrellas r.nslred and brass polish
ing. Takata, 1284 Fort St
MONEY TO LEND.
On Jewelry and merchandise. The J.
Carlo Pawn Hotel and Union.
Estimates furnished on all kinds of
painting. All work guaranteed.
Enos Dros Union above Hotel St
See Hastings for repairs of Locks,
Keys, Music Doxes, Sharpening of
Fine Cutlery. Rear Union QrlU.
A. J. DERBY, D. D. 8.
BOSTON BUILDING, THIRD FtOOR
A. R. ROWAT, D. V. 8.,
777 KING ST. TEL. BLUE 3101,
Whlto 051 4
K NG 2TREi.'.r8.
TELEP VE MAIN 81
Oltice, kapiuummi uuiuu(nu,
Tantalus, that delightful spot for pic- Mad&mc wns Miss Mary Ileal of Wash
nlcs and week-end parties. Is ns poo- Inglon, D. C, and she met M. Dakhme-
ular as ever. Today, the Alexander,
Scotts are nolng for a six weeks' out
Ing at the Alexander Isenberg's place,
and on Sunday last Dr. and Mrs,
Charles Cooper gave one of their en
joyable picnic lunches at their bung
alow. Among those, entertained were
Dr. and Mrs. K II. llumphrls, Mis.
Schultx. Mrs. van Rusklrk', a guest at
the Moana, Walter Dillingham, and
Dr. Wile, who Is much liked, not only
on account of his awn agreeable per
sonallty. but because, he Is such a
friend of Hawatk Admiral and, Mrs.
Lon expect lo spend a wecK or two
before very long on Tantalus Heights,
and Mrs. Alexander Iscnberg and Mrs.
DutscnbcrK may spend a few days at
the smaller Iscnbcrg bungalow. Where Tho table was prettily decorated with
enn 'one find purer air or more benutly pale-green vases holding red carna
ful views than on Tantalust Mr. Alex- tlons and maidenhair fernB, and lh
under Scott has already painted many game flowers were scattered over tho
n .... u . . Wt tint Art ntilo ' . . ii
hub I'uiiiuascii iruui uiui ucin.mi
mountain, and ho will probably glvo
us many more In the near future which
will be exhibited In the Promotion
The English papers tell me that Cap
tain Wyndliam. who was here montlu
ago with the Amphltrlto, will accom
pany l'rlnco Arthur of Connnught lo
Jan-in. Lord Rcdnsdalo and Qcnernl
Kelly-Kenny will nlso be or tno party.
The I'rlnce and Princess Kawannnn-
koa, who nlwnys entertain so. enjoy-
ably, gave a dinner on Saturday even
ing last for Mrs. Schultz, Miss Nannie
Winston, Dr. Wllo and Acting Governor
Atkinson. An vffectlvo table, decora
tion consisted of red carnation and
Improvements are going on nt the
Annex, and In three months time tho
cafe will be In running order, and till
Annex will b a beach resort of a high
Mr. and Mrs, C. Hcdcmann gave a
dinner on Wednesday evening In honor
of Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Scott,
Tho Promotion Committee nnd their
whes were entertained at dinner by
Mr, and Mrs. T. Mochltsukl and Mr.
nnd Mrs. Shlozawa at the Japanese
Club on Mondny evening. The dinner
was served In Japaneao fushlon nnd tho
menu was cntliely Japanese The club
house, was brilliantly Illuminated In
honor of the event and the guests don
ned kimonos beforo entering tho ban-
quel hall. After the dinner the guests
were enteitnlned by gclilm girls in
fctchy kimonos, who danced and sang,
The list of guests Is as follows:
Chairman J. A. McCandless of tho
Promotion Committee. Mis. McCand-
ICSS, Mr. and Mrs. L. I. .Spalding, Mr.
nnd Mrs. A. Gartlcy, Mr. knd Mrs. Kred
C. Smith'. Mrs. Fred L Wnldron, Mr.
and Mrs. C. U Rhodes, Mr. and Mrs.
E. M., Uoyd. A. P. Taylor, U. 8. District
Attorney Drcckons, U. S. Marshal
Hendry, Collector of Customs Stock
able, Mr, nnd Mrs. W. It Farrlngton,
Mr. It. C. Slurknblc, Judgo Klngsbmy,
Mr. Wordt-n, Mr. Ocorxe llcnahnll, Mr.
A. M. Hums of the Illlo Herald. Mr.
? 'i. ' V
The int'ini eonslsted or the 10I owing
Given to the Hawaii Promotion
by T. Mochltsukl, ut the Jupancto
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Knnl-Korayukl Deviled Crabs
Yude-Soltana Fish Dolled
Chicken a la "Hawaii Shinpo '
Tcrlyakl Urolltd Fish with Soy
Irl-Torl Chicken fried with Mushrooms
Kuchltorl.. Sweet Chestnuts FJuhbnlU
Gohan-Ocha Rice, tea
Ko-no-monu Pickled eKetnlks
Sake, Cocktnlli, Whisky, Wine, Deer.
Mr. C. A. P. Newcomb, the architect,
after a successful business In Man-
(hcitcr, N. II.. has gone to Iluffalo to
Mew the erection or two large houses
planned by him.
Mrs. Harry Taylor, who snlledfor
ber homo in Chicago on the Alameda, Mrs. Derrick of Alexander street
gave an elaborate dinner at tho Moana was hostess of a' delightful luncheon
hotel on Tuesday evening. Pink tar- on Thursday for her slstor, Mrs. Sa
nations and maidenhair ferns wero art. Tho decoration of marguerites
tcattered with lavish profusion over and white lets and ferns wero very
the cloth and a large bowl of these pretty. Among those present were
flowers occupied the center of the table. Mrs. F. II. llumphrls, Mrs. Hoffmann,,
A quintet club was In attendance, und Mrs. O'Nell, and Miss Maddcrn,
after the dinner tho'guem repaired tu
tho drawing room, which was cngnged Mr. William Lockwood, tho noted
for the evening by the hostess, and an American artist will exhibit bis por
informal dance was Indulged ki. Among tral: of the Rev. II. Rlngbam at the
those present were Prince David and bungalow, of Mr. and Mrs, James Wll
Abigail, Princess Knwananakoa, mr. iter at Walklkl on Tuesday afternoon
nnd Mrs. F, II. llumphrls, Captain atd from 1 o'clock until 0, Everybody Is
Mrs. Ilarncsln, Mr. and Mrs. E. Milter, cordially Invited, as no Invitations will
tho Misses Diddle (3), Acting-Governor be sent out. Mr. Lockwood Is well
Atkinson, Mr. and Mrs. Elliot, Messis known all over tho world as ona of
Derby, W. Roth, Peterson and Shingle, America's best portrait painters, and
www he Las painted most of tho celebrated
Mrs, Frederic Klamp expects to sail men of the day. He has with him pho-
for the Orient next month. She will
join her sisters In ''Japan and probably
visit her father, In Manila,
Raron and Daroness Dakhmeteff,
who always travel with a sulto at
tracted much attention on the Korea,
teff while ho was attached to the Rus
slon Embassy in Washington. Ha
served In Orccce In an official capacity
for many years and was with his wife
a great favorite In Royal circles. Ma
dame Dakhmctcff Is noted for Iter
beautiful turquoises and never wears
any other stone, with tho exception of
diamonds. Huron Dakhmctcrt Is tho
new Russian Ambassador to Japan.
Mrs. Rlggs was the successful hostess
'of a luich and card flirty on Tuesday;
for Mrs. Schocffcl,
One of tho most delightfully Infor
mal dinners of the week was given by
Mr. and Mrs. C. Hcdcmann at Walklkl
cmuroiucrrii linen. Aiaong mo giiesis
wcro Mr. and Mrs. Alexander 8cott,
Mrs. Francis. Miss Hcdcmann. Mr. A.
O. Hawcs Jr.. and Messrs. Howard
and Earle King. After dinner tho host
delighted his guests by several con
ccrtos of classical music.
1 On Monday" evening Mr. and Mrs,
James Wilder entertained nt dinner
for Lieut, and Mrs, Nlblack. The tablo
.was exquisitely decorated with Amct
I lean beauty roses. Mrs. James Wilder
, was a ptcturo of loveliness In one of
her Parisian frocks. Among Hiobo
present, besides the Nlblacktf, wcro
Mr. nnd Mrs. Harry Macfarlanc, Mr,
nnd Mrs. Gerrlt Wilder. Mrs. Schultz,
Mils Helen Kitchen, Mr. Walter Dil
lingham. Lieut Carter, Mr. Imckwood,
tho artist; Dr. Yost, Acting-Governor
Atkinson. Tho guests amused them
selves by music, and brldga after din.
. Mrs. Harry Taylor, who sailed In tho
I Alameda, was covered with Ids and
' rnrrlrit n Inrrn linunllpt nf nrrhlils. Rhn
,,, ninm in iinnniniu with Mr
Taylor, whom she will Join In San
Mr George Rodlck has been confined
to his homo In .Nuuanu Valley by an
attack of grippe.
The Macfarlanc mansion otV Puna
hou street was tho vceno of a delight
ful dinner on Wednesday evening.
when Mr. nnd Mrs. Harry Macfarlane
wcro host and hostess. Red hyblscus
formed tho artistic tablo decoration
nni, nmon 10 ,.,, wer Cantnln
nnd Mrg Nlunck Mr, an(1 Mrg. Gerrt
ivii.w Mr n.i m,-. Tom.. wiiHr
M, , kwood. nn,t Dr. Yost. U. S. A.
Mr nnd Mri)i no alul Mr, Ucl, Sr,
,pn ,,.... thnun wlm ilnnnrtn.t f.ir
,i, nrli.nt tills wmIi In thn Knrnn. Th
Rclls wcro greatly entertained and
they also gavo many dinners. Tho
Hells aro from Minneapolis.
Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Paton, who ex
po it to sail for the Coast next month,
on tho 18th, gavo a dinner on Wed
nesday evening at the Moana Hotel,
nn1 . Hermann Focke. Tho round
Inlil- u-ilK lliiiiminllv nttrnrtlvn tin. vnl.
. v . .. 7 ' .. .: " 1 ..
low and golden-brown crotons making
an artistic effect. -They were.arrnng
Hi in graceful clusters extending from
tho center to different points an the
table. The scarlet hyblscus scattered
between the branches, roso to nulte a
height In the center, and the elect! Ic
lights wore hidden among tha flowers,
Governor Cleghorn's garden, Tho.pale-
green menu and placo cards added a
dainty touch. After dinner tho guests
repaired to tho apartment of tha Pa
tona and played bridge. Among those
present, besides tho guests of honor,
were Mr, nnd Mrs. Raymond de H.
Lnyard, Judgo and Mrs, Stanley, Dr.
and Mrs. F. H. llumphrls, Miss Hlg
fard, nnd Mr. David Anderson.
' Mi, and Mrs, Cllvo Davics enter
lalnid on Wednesday afternoon at
"Cralgsldc" In honor of the captain
and officers of the English ships now
In port Tennis was tho sport of the
t afternoon and a substantial tea was
togrephs of many of bis paintings. In
his portrult of the Rev. Mr, Dlngham
one can almost eeo tho soul, the at
mospheric effect Is so wonderful. The
sincerity of tho man breathes through
tha canvas and Impresses every one
who sees It, Mr, Lockwood Is staying
Por eating, drinking, and cooking
Pure, Delicious, Nutritious
Drutful Coco. I -2 lb. tun
BWiGiocofle(tuuwctened), 1-2 lb.cVt
Germin Sweet ChocoUte, 1.4 lb, ele
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WALTER BAKER & CO. Ltd
DORCHESTER, MASS., U.S. A.
43 IIIGIILST AWARDS IS LUROPE
at tho Moana Hotel and, by a clever
arrangement of lights, has made quite
a satisfactory studio out of his sitting
room. Ho Is being much entertained
socially and has a charming person-
At tho Drltiah Consulate on Friday
afternoon, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond de
H. Lnyard were at home from four un
til six In honor of Captain Gaunt, Cap
taint Grant-Dalton nnd the officers of
II. D, M, Cambrian and Flora. It was
a garden party and tho little trebles
scattered about the lawn looked very
nttractUe. Little Chrlstobel l.aard
looked sweet In a daln'v white laco
frock as she directed the guests to thu
lawn, where Mrs. Layard received, as
sisted by her cousin. Miss Margaret
Hlgford. Mrs, Lnyard was dressed In
black and white muslin, the wide pleat
of course giving the finishing touch to
tho charming costume. The Iloyal Ha
waiian Dand was in attendance and
during the afternoon Mrs. Alarial sang
delightfully.' Captain Merger and his
famous musicians wero highly appre
ciated. Miss Jennie Parke poured cof
fee and Miss Fltz-Hcnry presided over
Tho Union Jack with the King's
ron In tho center floated to the
breeze and about 6 o'clock, to the mu
sic of "God Save tho King," was slow
ly lowered. It was n perfect after
noon and oerybody had a good tlmo,
which Is a foregone conclusion when
tho Lovnrds entertain. Among thoso
preeuit were Admiral and Mrs. Henry
Don, Captain and Mrs. Nlblack, Cap
tain and Mrs. Combe, Dr, and Mrs. F.
II. llumphrls, Mr. and Mrs. It N. Pa
ton, Major and Mrs. Van Vllct, Judgo
and Mrs. Stanley, Mrs. Schacfcr, Mrs,
A. M. Drown, Mra. James Wilder, Mrs.
Oorrlt Wilder, Mrs. Edward Adams,
Mr J. Dabbltt, Mrs. J. O. Carter, Mrs.
IlUhop, Mrc. Alexander Scott, Mrs.
Fuller. Mrs. .Hagner, Mrs. Hay, Mrs.
Lena 81attery, Mrs. Rudolf Slattcry,
MIm Helen Kimball, Mrs. Charlca Coo
per, Mrs. Walbrldgo. Mrs. Rodlek, Miss
Neumann, Mrs. II. Focke, Mrs. Cush
man, Mrs. Sanford D. Dolo, Mrs. Dow
ling, Mrs, A. G. Hawes Jr., Acting
Oowrnor Atkinson, Dr, Yost, Dr. Ar
mltnge, Messrs. I). Anderson. Cock
bum, Watson, MacKinnon, Dr, Sheldon
Miss Elsa Schacfcr gave n children's
mirty at "Rosebank" on Thursday In
honor of MUses Eva and Dabs Focke,
1 who with their parents are leaving Ho
J nolulu on tho 7th of April for Europe.
inuty cmuircu enjoyed ine uuvruuuii,
playing all the games dear to child
hood's happy hours, and tho delicious
refreshments served after tho games
wcro much appreciated.
Mrs. IZ. F. Dlshon entertained nt
bridge on Tuesday. There were four
tables and tha first prlzo, a beautiful
cup and saucer, was won by Mrs. Ray
mond do D. Layard, and tho consola
tion prize, a grass linen dolllle, went
to Mrs. A. Hanuberg, Among thoso
I present wcro Mrs. Harry Macfarlano,
Mrs. Arthur Wilder, Mrs. ocorgo Ro
dlek, Mrs. II. Focke, Mrs. Clifford
Kimball, Mrs. Laura Wight, Mrs. Sam
Wilder, Mrs. Van Vllct. Mrs. II. Lyon,
Mrs. Richard Ivcrs, Mrs. M. M. Scott,
Mr j. Layard, Mrs. Klobahn, Miss Hlg
ford, and the Misses Cordio and Ag
Miss Kathcrlne Harnett of Salt Lake
City and the Misses Allco and Kather
Ino Hopper, Jesslo Shaw and Florence
Hoffman, chaperoned by Mrs. Harris,
form fl very Jolly and congenial party
who ore spending the week at Dr,
Wood's beach bungalow at O-plo-t-plo.
On Tuesday evening Mr. and Mrs.
Raymond do R. Layard gave a dinner
for Captain Oaut and Captain Orant
Dalton at the IlrltUh Consulate. La
France roses made tho tablo lovely to
look upon and the dainty floral place
cards were In pink. Among'those pres
ent were Mr. and Mrs. Cltve Davles.
Lieut, and Mrs, Cushman, Captain and
Mrs. Nlblack, Miss Hlgford and Mr.
Miss Helen Alexander gave a tea on
Wednesday In honor of Miss Elsie Wa
Sn.'h.i t., ;. T ,ur 1ltt- m mass, sermon, collection, sta
tion, England, her future home. Ea,ch llong 'ot tUe Cr0 ,
icrnouso, wno leaves soon tor l-on
guest presented Miss Waterhouse with
a sachet bag of her own making, a
pleasant lltllo surprlio which mad
tho afternoon of much Interest,
I On Monday. Mrs. Jack Dowsett en
tertained at cards and there were four
tables. The first prize, a cut glass lov
Ing cup, was won by Mrs. Fred. Mao
. farlnno and Mrs. E. M. Doyi won thft
consolation prlzo, a large arifl appetlz-
1 Ing looking sponge cake. Delicious
j refreshments were partaken of from
little tables most prettly decorated
I with cut flowers. Among those prcs
cnt were Mrs, Fred, Macfarlane, Mrs
Harry Macranane, sirs, ueorge 110
dick, Mrs. II. Focko. Mrs. Bishop, Mrs
F. Klebahn, Mrs. W. Lanz, Mrs. E. M.
Doyd, Mrs. C. Conradt, Mrs. A. J
Campboll, Mrs. C. Holtoway, Mrs.
Charles Wilder, Mrs. C. L. Wight, Mrs.
Nellie Noonan, Miss Alice Macfarlano
and Miss Agnes Walker.
Her Majesty Queen Lllluokalanl
gave a ppj luncheon at Washington
Place on Saturday last In honor of
Mrs. S. AUrn, who has departed for a
visit lo the1 Coast. 'All the delicacies
of a pol luncheon were served and
each guest was presented with a lei.
Among those present were Col. and
I Mrs. S. M. Parker, Mr. nnd Mrs. Wal
ter Macfarlane. Mr. and Mrs. J. O.
i Carter, Mrs. Ward, the MIsseB Ward,
Princess Kaianianauie, .Mr. ana .Mrs,
Bmlihlei. Mrs Foster, Mrs. Jaeger,
MIks Jaeger, Mrs. Alec Swain, Acting
Governor A'klnson, Miss Myra hic
luhc, Messrs, Katpo, Aca and Alnopu
niter luncheon the guests played pe
Mrn. Groves' son and-(laughter aro
guests at the Alexander Young Hotel.
Mrs. Groves Is from Los Angeles and
Is tho wife of the well-known banker.
1 Mra. Groves Is being much entertained
Mm L;na Stattery, the handsome
mother of Lieut. Rudolf Stattery, ex-
reetn noon to depart for her home, of.
'er a visit tn Honolulu of several
month! She h been extensively en-
Mr and Mrs. Francis Gay sailed foi
un Oriental trip this week.
Last night at the Moana hotel a
beautiful dinner was glen by Mr. John
H, DIIm In honor of Mr. and Mrs. R. N.
Paton, who sail on (he IStli of next
mouth far the Coast A charming ar
rangement of pink carnations, softly
shaded uudlej In pink and ferns, dec
01 ate J tho round table. Miss Nannie
Winston acted as hostess and among
the other guests were Prince and Prln
cexi IC.iwananakoa, Dr. and Mrs.
F. H. llumphrls. Mr. and Mrs.
C. W. C Deerlng, Miss Res
ide Foreman, ex-Governor Cleghorn
nnd. Lieut Carter. After dinner tha
guesls played bridge.
Proto-twr and Mrs. M. M. Scott en
tertained at dinner on Thursday een-
Ing In honor of Admiral and Mrs. Lyon.
Cut flowers and ferns made the table
lovely and the dainty place cards were
much admired. Among the guests be
sides tha Admiral and his wife were
Captain and MrsNlblack, Mr. and Mrs.
Alexander Scott. Mlts Nannie Winston
and Acting Governor Atkinson.
Dr, and Mrj. F. H. llumphrls are giv
ing one of their delightful bathing pur-
lies ut the Moana hotel tn honor of tho
English otacfcis this afternoon.
Mls Ada Rhodes has returned from
"Sonny" Cunha Is expected from San
I-runclaco next, week. He will only re
naln a short time.
Col nnd Mrs. S. M. Parker are nt
their Diamond Head residence for
A very pleasant progressive pedro
party was given at. the Maionlc Tern
plo last evening by Lea hi Chapter No.
3, Order of the Eastern Star. It was
the celebration of the fifth anniversary
of the Order. The first prize was won
by Mm. Abies nnd to Mrs. Hemcnger
wnn given the booby prize. To Mr.
L'ludo wis given tlio first man's prlzo
und Mr Harries secured the boody
ptlzo. Delicious refreshments wero
served. The officers of the chapter
aro; Worthy Matron, Mrs. K. C.
Drown; Rty Reldy, Patron; Associate
Matron, Mrs, Charlei derrick; Con
ductress, Mis, Clara Schmidt; Asso
ciate Conductress, Mm. Auerbach, The
commutes In charge of the annltercary
were Mrs. Alice. llerrlck, Mrs. Elizabeth
Auerbach, Mrs. Clara Schmidt, Mrs.
Uirrle Itlley. Mlia ivy Williams, J. D.
Harries, H. H. Williams,
Miss Anna Paris Is giving a picnic
lunch today at her Peninsula cottage
In honor of Miss Margaret Castle. Mlu
Paris likoi no'thlng better than being
hosteis, and her informal parties are
always a great success,
A delightful dinner was given latl
evening by Mr. nnd Mrs. Richard Ivcn
In honor of Captain and Mrs. Nlblack,
whoso depntture next week is so deep
ly deplored. Pink cat nations formed
tho pretty centerpiece In connection
with ferns. Among the guests were Mr.
and Mrs. Raymond de D. Layard. Mr.
nnd Mrs. H. Focke, Mr. nnd Mrs. Ger
rlt Wilder. Mr. nnd Mrs. James Wilder,
Miss Nollle While and Acting-Governor
Mist Mclntyre gave one of her do.
nghttul afternoons at bridge nhltt
Mra. John Drew of College Hills en.
tertalnod at cards Friday afternoon,
The Catholic Church of sf. John the
Baptist, Kallblwaena, In charge of Rev,
Father Clement. Tomorrow, April 1st.
Passion Sunday, 8:30 a, in., high mass
sermon, collection, Sunday school. 4
p. m. Rosary.
Tha Catholic Church of our Lady of
the Mount. Katulanl (Knllht-uka), In
coarse of itev. Father Clement. To
morrow, April 1st, Passion Sunday, 11
Any woman who suffers from
Cramps, Backache, Nervous r
Sick Headache, Poor Appetite, Cos-
tlveness or General Weakness '
needs the Blttors to make her well
again. It has cured thousands In
the past 60 years. In coses of In
digestion, Dyspepsia or Malaria, It
stands first Try a bottlo.
U. . DEPARTMENT
The following data, covering a pe
riod of twenty-nine years, have been
compiled from the Weather Bureau
and McKibbln records at Honolulu, T.
II, They are Issued to show the condi
tions that havo prevailed, during the
month, In question, for the above pcrlo
of years, but muit not bo construed as
a forecast of the weather conditions
for tho coming month.
Month April, for 29 years.
Tcmpcraturo (1890-1905) Mean or
normal temperature, 73 deg. Tho
wnrmest month was that of 1893, with
an average of 7S. Tho coldest month
was that of 1898, with an average of
71. Tho highest temperature was SO,
on Aprjl 23, 1892. Tho lowest tempor
aturo was C9, on April 21. 1899,
Precipitation (rain. 1877-1891 and
1903) Average for the month, 2.EJ
Inches. Average number of dnys with
.01 of an Inch or more, II. The great
est monthly precipitation was 7.9S
Inches In 1890. The least monthly pre
cipitation was 0.75 inch In 1883. The
greatest amount of precipitation re
corded In any 24 consecutive hours
was 3.30 Inches, on April 30, 1885.
Relative. Humidity Average: 9 a.
m., C8; 8 a. m CSfcI 9 p. m., 717c;
S p. m., C97c.
Clouds and Weather (1890-1903)
Average number or clear days, 11;
partly cloudy days, 14; cloudy days, E.
Wind The prevailing winds bao
been from tho northeast. The average
hourly velocity of the wind during
April, 1905, was 10.0 miles. Ths high
est velocity of tne wind during April,
1905, was 36 miles, from tho northeast,
on tbo 3d.
Station: Honolulu. T. II.; date of is
tine: March 30. 1906,
ALEX. McC. ASHLEY,
Section Director, Weather Dureau.
A test case Is being prepared to do
cldc tho question who shall pay the ex
penses of wltneises In criminal case.
Chief Clerk Uuckland, who went to
Kauai as a witness in tho Kanralll cat
sent 'his blllj for 115 expenses, which
was rejected by the Auditor. Attorney
General Peters refused to pay It as hit
department was thorn of the appropri
ation for wltnets expenses by the lait
L.cglluture, tho Idea being that tho
counties should look after tbcto mat
ters. It has been arranged to test the mat
ter by n manfiamus proceeding against
the Attorney General on an agreed ttai
of facts, to compel him to pay tho
money. J, W, Cathcart has been re
talncd to represent Duckland.
Por 8. S. America Marti, from Yoko
hama, March 30. For Honolulu; S.
Horl and servant. Mrs. II, Murakami,
Y, Tasaka. Through: W. Abe, Geo. S.
Andrei. Surg. Dergher. I. It N.. W.
T. Brlggs, Dr. J. P. Da Bruler, U. 8. N
F. Codurl. Edwin Grunow, Rsv. W. B.
Qodbcy. II. Itahara, O. Kaslmlrovich,
M. Kawabe, T Koiugl, A. S. Lambert
Burg. Lchmkul, ,1, R. N Chan KI
Leung, Mies H. Llmby, T. O. Longttaff,
Carlo Michel, F. Nakano, A. T. Net
meloff. II. II. Paddock, A. Preston, Al
fred Pnzolt, C. Smith. W. A. Smith, T.
Buztikl, Capt W. E. R. Thorsen.
From Kona and Ksu ports, per stmr.
Mnuna Loa, March 30. Col. S. Norrli,
Chas. Dement. Mrs. W, O. Ogg, Mra
J. D. Paris, Albert Hu, Mike Johnson
H. L. Kawewehl. Mrs, Kawewebl, J
K. Nahale, W. M. Campbell, O. D
Rugg, Rev. D. Scudder. J. R. Paris, J.
Coerper, T, C. Whits, W. Wnltert, K.
Rguchl, D. C. Lindsay, Mrs, Santos, L.
Darkhausen. J, A. Bortfeld, Jamet Ogg,
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CENTRAL UNION CHURCH,
The pastor, Rev. Wm. M. Klncald,
D. D.,.wlll preach In the morning on
"The Personal Conviction of God." The
communion of the Lord's Supper will
be obsoryed In connection with the
morning service. In, tho evening, the
Rev. Samuel B. Forbes will preach on
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