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Not tint jioimlo arc ItcRlniiltiR to re-
turn from tljclr summer oullij
formal tails, dinner?, receptions, mid
leas will ii (Ml n ho In order. So hi.uiy
rtransirs nio Lsklng nhout the ealllns
d.ijs of the different dlslrltts that they
are .main In'orled for tho hencntof the
1'iiiille .it laiRo:
MouihVH I'liiialiou, Munoi Heights, 'w. Mr. Itufe Spalding nnd Mr. Will
Collego lllll, Maldltl. lltoth.
luesdnjs Walklkl, Kuplohnl Park.
Wi'iliirml.ijH Nuiiiinu nnd I'uiiiiiil. I Mra. Ilrdrmiiim'n lunch on Wedner
Above Nuiianu bridge, llrst and third ' ' !t Walklkl was n mtut cnjojablo
Wcilnesilii)si 'hIow, sicond and fourth nltalr. 'I he table was set on the round
'ri.Mfu.l... .. lt... hl.l-.
Thiirsdiivii The Plains,
I'rhlnj Tow u and Hotels.
Mr. and Mrs. Swuny Rave one of
Iheli- dollghlful Utile illuneis on Mou
thy evening. 'I ho Huany lesldcnro.
wllb Hi laiRc looms nnd nnd hnals.U
n vi ry ngnenblo plnie to dine, and on
Monday evening, which was unusually
warm, the np.ulous rooms were iniiili
appicil.itiil, After dinner tho guists
phjed bilde. Among those present
were Mr. .mil Mrs. Itaymoiid do II, Ui
nrd. .Mr. nnd Mrs. Alexander'' Scoit,
lllshoj) nnd Mis. Itvutarlck, Itev. John
t'lhoruo and Mrs. Ushornc. Mrs. Illicit
Wc.ivrr ami ex-(lovemor Clegliorn.
The l.ugi'jt nnd most elaborate func
tion of tho week was tho reception rIv.
ui ny .Mrs. .lulla Afong on Wednesday
alliiiiinin, from three until six to meet
.Mrs. Albert P Atone. Hhortly nftr
three c.irrl.igo niter nirrl.igo iimld bo
vieu wcitillug the r wnv to tho Afooc
laanslon, whlih Is otio of tho sights ot
Nuuuim avenue, nnd the guests wcru
rirejcd nl lltn door by .Miss Mary
Afong, who iimdiicted them to tho
m.iwlng-inotn, whero Mrs. UIrrs, one
ot the daughters of tho house, piccenl'
el Urn guests to Mts. Jitlln Afong and
tier daughter In-law, Mrs. Albert Afouit
Mrs. Afong woic a hnndsomo bl.iclj ten
gown nnd Mrs. Albert Afong
ilo i Ink chlrf.m ovrl10110'1 a Me" Saturday from J
"hi n'rr.eil'n houo,Vc( ' "-'J? ;' '""'''' '" ... ,
inarming tu p.i
Piiik satin, nun sue inrrled n Imiiiiuct
in la i raiuo nues.
inionueH. The draw lug-room
lid with io-o in till jas ami
jwIi und palo pink mrnatlons.
all there vvns n display of raio
...it, .....I k. -i -........ .
fn tho ball
exotics, palms' and pannus Rlnss' m6st
tnstetully arrnhgeil. The little tables
In tho dpilug-room each had a vnsa of
dcllrnto flouciH on tho cmhroldcred
cloth, and n laivy of jiretly glilslinsi.cil
(he ilelli lulls ami Htihstnulliil repast
At tho top of tho Ktairiasc In the nl
i ove on the seiuud llonr, was Ht.Ulcui il
the quintet iluh, who satiRiiud plne!
most brilll.futly during the afternoon.
Tho (InuclUcr-i of tho house, Mrs. Ma
goon, Mrs. Mi blocker, Mrs. Humphreys.
Mrs. Hmishnll, Mm. Hull hitmen, itml
ilia daitlitcT-liflaw-, Mrs, Henry .Afo.ni:.
intended lo the lomfort of tho guests
most successfully, it was u tjplc.il
gathering Of tho old da)s when thv
Afong iiiaiislon was tailed tho most
hnspiuhlu hoiiKii In town. Among
thoso present vvero Mm. II. P. Dllllnz-
i .. ... . ."
mini, .Mrs iirilmnn .Mrs. J. S. Walkrr,
Mrs Clltford Klmhjll, Mrs. C. llede
inann. Mm Charles Cnopci, .Mrs.
fieorge Carter, .Mis, Winifred llabbltl,
Mrs. Ilciijjinlh'llidokc, .Mis Piatt, Mi-s
l.nui.i Jinlil, Mis. (Itorgn Cooke. Mis.
W. W. Hall, Mis. (lioigo Ilndlck, AlHi
illlle Neumann, Mrs, Klchahii, Mrs.
Ch.trlei Wilder, .Mm Hchacfcr, Misses
Schaefer. Mlsies MiHfnrlanc, Mrs. Fred.
rle Klamii, Mis Cushmim, Mrs. Alex
nnder, Jllii AleMiidrr, Mis. Hhuinmi,
.Mrs. Artiiur .wall. .Mis. Fred Smith,
Mrs. Thurston, Mrs. i:mll Wutcriuuu,
Mrs. Henry Holmes, Mrs. and -Mlt
Arunrue little dinner Was given on
Friday ivmlng by Mr. KldneKllulloii,
who is ouupylng Sans Homl. '1 lm table
was ornamen cd with moss. wIiIlIi
formed ii roadway between mlnlatiitu
irecs.fm tho tiny nutos whlih fuitlicr
ilenujtiil tho table, iittueheil tu silver
spoons. Tho plaio raids wero valuable
umvonlrs, for the) represi nted Ilia
guests In inaiiy pluislng plduriM oi
iwsl Jojh and tiny silver spoons wern
tied onto tho inrds. Mr. IlaMon's nuto
Is named "I'ho Sllvir Spoon," nnd It
formed tho motif for the perfect 'little
dinner. The guchts In whoso honor tho
dinner was given wcro Mi. and Mrs.
James Spalding, Mis. .Sennl, Mr. mid
Mrs. llarr) M'mfiirlaiie, Mrs. PalnhllU
ami Ml llnfo Spilding.
Mis, Clurles Wilder has inrds out
tor mi nt homo on Ihursday next to
meet Mrs. II. C. Smith, mi aunt of Mrs.
iviamp, vvno is viMtlug tier for n fovv
inoiilliH., .Mrs Smllli Is the widow ot
tho la tu col. smllh, n noieiUulllicr.
.Mr. mid Mrs. Cllllord Kimball liuvo
returned from tho Day lottago to their
bungalow In town.
Last Friday Mrs. llluikmaii iif Col
lego btiiot gave a dainty little tea.
Among her guests wcro Mrs. (ieoige
Caller. Mis. Usl.grno, Mis. W A, Kin
ney, Mrs. U Williams mid Miss Jessie.
Mis, Tenuo)'s toimls ten on Satur
day lust was a Jolly iiflnh. The seats
on the sldo of the tennis court wcro nl
wujs o-cupled by ndmlilng guests who
,wntchcd iho pin) vvltli Interest. Tea
was teived ou (lie lavvu, nnd tho light
summer fioclu ot tho guests contrast
ed well with tho gintu luvvn, which U
to beautifully kept ut tho Tennoys.
Auiung thoiO present vvcto Mr. uud Mi3.
James HpiUIIni,, Mr. anil Airs, ltlcliarcl
lcrs. Mrs. Sennl, Mr. and Mrs. Cllf
ford Klinhnll, Mrs. Mary llunii. Mr. and
Mis. Marry Macfarlanc, Mrs. James
Wilder, Major and Mrs. 1'ottcr, Mm.
I'alrihlld, Dr. mid Mis. Ucrhert, Mlscc.3
Marlon Scott, IjiiIj MacTarlanc, Jessie
I Kaufman, Joslo roremau, Mrs. Hen-
Innal, which has lately been nitiUd, nnd
l lie view of tho ocean In tho distance
vvns much npprcilalcd, as well as tho
perfect bower of greens, nalms nnd
shritlm which, shaded ever) body so per.
fnttly rrom tho too fierce rays nf tho
stin. A delirious basket of fruit occu
pied the i cuter ot tho table nnd around
this were the sprays of the Mexican
i peeper, nho hand-painted placet cards
of views of the Islands were tho artis
tic handiwork of Miss Allio lledeinann.
Among tlioc picscul wcro Mrs. Porter,
wlf of Captain Porter, Mis. Alexnnder
ikoll. Mrs. Clinton Unllontvnc, Mrs.
M. M. Mairli, Mrs. A. 0. Hnwes, Jr.,
unil tho Mljses dc Witt.
Itt'Hhvlllo, luil.. Kept. 13. Miss Corn
rnrrliiKtou, daughter ot Mr. nnd Mrs,
John I'arrtugloii of New Halcni, this
"unity, will leave Prldny mnrulng for
Ban Ith licit in, where sho will take n
iteamcr for Honolulu lo join her sweet
heart, Charles Hallcy, to whom she
will bo married upon her arrival. Mr,
Halle) was u former resident ot Noble
Tnwiishlti. tin Is llie mutineer of n
dairy ranifi containing 30UO acros about
rlx miles from Honolulu. Ho left this
lounlry about fifteen jears ngo, leaving
Miss 1'nrilngtnn as his sweetheart.
'I hey loriespondcd icgularly during
that time. My. Ill I ley returned two
5 ears ngo nnd their old-ttmo artectlons
wcro rule wed. Miss rnrrlngtou re-
'"' ,.,:.. ' "",' n
." . "": V i,"'"'1
Jo,mi,y of 4jU" "1"e,,
Jaik llulley, brotricr of her
Honolulu tu uiicpl
pany tier on lief
I'll nlc lunches nro very much In
'vogue, mid tho one parlltlpatcd in by
Mr. mid 'Mrs. W, A. McKay, Mr. mid
Mrs. Wnldeyur, Mr. mid Mrs. I). Davis,
Mr. mid Mm. Hcgr Coke, Mr. mid Mm.
Juiiich Klrlil.ind In the Inu valley wA
Hiinday Inst was a very pleasant af
Judge mid Mrs. Aillmr Wilder ic
turned from a delightful lrli to the
colonies (his week, nnd nro oicupylns
their house on tho Walklkl lJc.uli.
Mr. und Mrs. Iltnry hlcbnrd Mne
farlano, Jr., have inrds out to meet Mr
und Mrs. Dutton of San Francisco ou
tliu evening of tho second nt the Sea-
fc,ll Holel. Mr. nnd Mrs. Dutton will
t......l. ....... ..... 1.. It (.... .
lcmiilii stiiuo llmo In Honolulu. .Mm,
Dutton wan ouo of tho pretty Dunn
Kills, mid Mrs.llnrry Maifarlano nee
Polllo Dunn wns ouo of tho picitlcu
unit most popular girls In Snu linn
llmo, Sho Is one ot (he picltlest mat
rons of Iho ) nunger married nil mid
Is ndmlieil by women us well as men.
Mrs. Potter llo)d nnd )oung con mo
slopping with Mrs. Villa on Jvlng
itteil for u fovv weeks. Mm. It0)d ban
been upending tome time lit the M.ic
Mr. nnd Mrs. Thomas vvero guests' ut
tho Mo inn hotel for teveral vvecks. Tho
Thomases inndo fovv friends, but who
much liked by thoso who knew Ihcnt.
Tho Cliionlilu says: Mrs. Prnnclr
Thomas, a prominent society woman
of Now York mid a .beautiful daughter
ot the South, was tpiletly hurled In
Cjpiiss Uiwn Comctery last Thursday,
Her dentil was tho snildi 11 ending of 11
Pleasure tilji nround tho world. Tho
lltllo funeral t or lege, was uiiaetom
panled by moui'uers rmept for her luu
Laud, Frnutls Thomas, and Mrs. Do
Witt ct I'rh nnd New York who hnil
hurried fiori 'he F.t't lp Ic at her tU-tl-lii-liivv's
Mr. mill Mil. Iliomns lame to Sun
Flnurlsiii on Iho AlumeiU toward tho
close of July, Mrs. Tliomus was veiy
II then, having been taken with 11
complaint which tho doctors ot llotin.
lulu could not diagnose. Sho was car
ried fiom tho steamer to tho Hotel
Dorchester nnd was Inter removed to
tho U1110 Hospital, Dr. Ilcrliott Mof
fait found tint sho was suffering from
mi Internal giovvth vvhlcli lould not he
cheeked. Her death quickly followed.
Mrs. Thomas was well known In New
York society. Sho vvus one of tho most
beautiful women ot tho ICibt, u South
truer by birth, who had married win 11
vcr) )oung. Sho and her husband vvero
us devotod ns young lovers uud for tho
Inst rtflicu )cnrs hud (ouicd tho world
"I-unit Is," sho said to hliu ouo day
when tboy wcio diking along tho Ap
plnn Way In Homo, "when 1 dlo 1 want
MONDAY, OCT. 1st, at
BOSTON BUILDING, FORT STREET,
to lie hurled nlotiR llil road. 11 Is the
miKt luviiitlfiil stint In lltn unrtit. I
Hush." he nald to tier, "you are not!
roIiir lo die." "Of course not," ro-!
Piled Mrs. Thomas, "but when 1 do l
hope It will be here In Homo."
It was not In Koine but In Han Prnn
ilsio that Mrs. Thomas passed nwaj.
Yet lici Isidy may rest In n splendid
tomb along tho Applnn Way as was her
wish She was burled In n leaden ens
ket nt C)Preis l,aw
ii. ho tint her body
nt nny tlmo nnd
might bo removed nt nny tlmo nnd
taken niross tho wnler. Mr. Thomas
will go to Italy and seek permission to'
build n tomb tieir (his famous driveway
Mrs. Thomas vvns Liken III In Aus
tralia last )ear. Hho und her husband
came on to Honolulu, thinking t,ho sci
voyngo vtimJil bring speedy recovery.
They wcro In San Pr.inc.lsio n yenr ngo.
Mrs. Hritha Tnvlor, the widow of
Dr. William II Tuvliir, sailed for Snn'of a donkey with open .mouth and the
rrnncisio Hits week und will Mtlt licr'vvorits "llc-huw-liavv-li.iw llowlng
parents. Dr. und Mrs. Stow, Mrs. T.iy-1 (nun liU iiioulli with n bit of rlijiuo ou
lor expects to utiirii lo Honolulu In , Hie other kldc ot tho card us follows:
tew months. I "It may be hard on the Jaws
Tho' not against ail) laws
Miss Adchldo Honre. Hie ilaughlcr ol "ul. sure, It's n tmmo
tho lute Ilrltlsh Consul lloare. has kouc
to New Zealand lo visit Mrc. Vlniint
Mrs. I'foteiihauer nnd ton were nr
rlvaU from lluvvnll this week. The)
have been spending some time on ilic
tin Lining l...,l.nrl v l.. ni.no .,,
....u. m.... . .,....... w .... e.w .-
Hawaii for nn outing.
Miss Lock's lecture on Thursday n
the Kaplolnnl Dome, on Old Italian Art
wns listened to by n lnrgo und apptc
dative uudlenre. Miss I.mh Is mi elo
iiiient Bpenkcr nnd held her niidlcncc's
littentlou from beginning to end. Her
delivery la clear .nnd lonclso und her
mannerisms nro few. She Is it thniough
Miiilrnt, nnd has the gift of Imparting
her knowledge In mi Interesting way.
Her leclnro was Illustrated by diavv
Ings nnd pictures, nnd. nlthough she
' V '
wAt OLCSALC A0EHT3
talked steadily for twojioitrs cerybody Jlr. and Mrs llairls, Mr. and Mrs. n here ho has prep ircd it homo for hl
was sorry when It en'ile'l. In Mia emirsa MuIec, Mi nmls.Mr. Iiiitk8, Mr. and Ohio bride. 'Uio prospet live brltlc and
oftho afternoon she rpoko moit hlshiy Mrs. .Inncn, .Mr. and Mrs. Cooper, .Miss groom lmc known each other time
of thi) palntlnssof Mr. Alexander Sent! Tuttlt, .Mr, Sheir and Mr. Iliilclilmuli. rhlldlHMiiI. Mr, MeOonacIo had hooked
mid advlned her uudlcnco to nc thim., pasauRo on the Manchuria, which went
She said hu ivm a student of Turner, 'I lie frvnds of .ludgo lllghton arc do- to pieces on the locks, and It Is prob
and one who eonld push aside the cur- lighted that he has the position of At- utile, that the couple will not be .ihtc to
tain of Nature nlid, sec lconilllkc tornoy Mineral of .Manila ofTircd him, lento Kan rrantlsco for their home in
Turner who was tip hetlmes tn lew llolh Jinlco and Mrs. HIkIiIdii exiiett Hhu.iII for several weeks
the sunrise and was not tnntent with
the ordinary ns.'iett of Nature on n tun llighloli will Hist ro to Han Kiuntlsio Columhiis, where she has rcl.itltes nny
bhluy day, hut liked the Brass of a and join her husband later. llmernor many friend i will have almost mm
misty morn an li.i Into nflernoon. Hiss Kmlth of tho I'hllli'i.lues has lit en a life iilelod n trip around the world when
l.oth's regular eouiso on inntc will
begin very noon nnd those who wish to
continue will loiiBiilt with her. Miss
Links Rives nil n ehunic to hear the
best, somuhlnr lh.it tloei not often oe
eiir lino In that particular lino of
Mis. lcwtou-llrnln nmioiintcs the en
R.iRemeut of I.cr f.slcr, MIsm l.iic
O'Mcnrn. lo Air. Itobcrt H. Union, of
the India Civil Hcrvlcc. Miss O'Miara
will Kioii leluin to India, where she
will 1jII nuother sister, from whoc
hoeso she will probabl) be marrkd to
the dUllnculehcd Scotsman.
Mrs. tlcorRc Caller tnterlnlned at
bridge on Krldiiy uftcrnooli In her
usual cn.irniiw; maimei
Mrs. II. Alexander IscnhciK and chil
dren nro cxptitcd to nirlvc fiom Japan
Mist Mary Cicwej ami MUs ll(,Url
Tnlir were guests nt ,i dinner givcti
by Mr. amMrs. lMgar Johnson ol I ul -
by Mr. and
leitou, Cal on Saturday evening, Hep
(ember :.', lit tho ltoyal ll.n.'ullin hotel
Mrs, lMward Watson's lunilicoii on
Friday vvns a merry affair. The tabic
covered with crimson carnations
looked iharmlug, and the guests wetc
obliged lo II ml their places by guevslug
the muuilng of (lie picture cards and
verses on the ri.vcito bide. One ot the
gue.U found nl liar plate tho picture
. m"u sum. u liniiia
I That Is like lo u dinko'i lie-haws.
Mottoes that 'pulled nnd hits of brh-ii-bruu
for f.ivois'iomplclcd a uuliiui
j table nrrunge.mitit. Ilrldgo was played
'during tho itftcrnoou. Miss Virginia
' Watson vvns the guest of honor, mid
I Mining tho others wiro Mrs. C. Hcdc
inaiin, Mrs. Alcxandtr Sciitt. .Mis. Cllu-
!... ,1 .11...... .. (... ,..!... It. ..I.. I- 1,1.1
lull "."IVIHJ UU, .IU. .Willi IUII1UII Ot.ll"
. .. . ,, .
IVIJ utui .1, ,i. w i
Mr. H. J Iinl was the hoil of n do
11..1 i .1 i7....i ...... ii. ...... ,,;.
llghlfitl luiichcin ut the 011ng liofi
on Thiii'Bda), Among tho guests wein
Mr. und Mis. Chulmers tlrah.iin mnl
Mr. mid Mrs A. MiKcllop
A parly ot lottrlsts enjoyod n very
Jolly luncheon at tho Alexander Young
Hotel on Thursda). All excellent
inciiu, tlilntlly rerved, vvih greatly up -
predated, Among thn'Rilrats vvero Mr.
mid Mrs. I.tll). Mr. nnd Mrs. Apprll,
" ALL GOLD
"1 itv selectee! by
note the choicest of their product j2
In the orchard the fruits are jjded 13
according: to size and' quality. In the 2
cannery they are pitted and peeled, j2
then submitted to another jrrdins 3
process. For the "ALL OOLD" 2
brand only the very choicest un -
broken fruit is selected and packed -
with the greatest care. The "ALL -
OOLD" label means that the fruit 3
within the can is the very best that's .
jjrown. It is the selected from
selected fruit oil the other is also 3
sorted according to quality amA pufc 3 '
up under different labels. -g
ALL aOUU" i olU by londlnK crocora nU 3
H. Davies & Company, Limited,
Gnoccny dept. 12
to fall fur Manila In a short lime Mm.
low; friend of the JikIko and It will he
plcjcant lo giect hist old flrends,
Mrs. IMivnrd Tenney was hostess ot
ii bridge party on Wednenlay at hir
colunl.il mansion o.i Pulsatilla street
"Mrs. M. M. Bioit una n returning
parscngn from tho toast this week.
Judge and Mrs Alexander I.lndre),
who nro living at the Alexander touiM
nulled In the Klbcih. Mrs. I.lndsey
In ii bride, the Juilcc having gone to
Detroit, Mich., for his innirlage, vvhlcli
inclined about two months ago Mis.1
Arthur llcrg Is n grcit friend of Mrs.
i.inutc; mid is fiom the came plaio.
On Hilurdny evening lit the Mo.ini
hotel Mr. nnd Mrs. Jumrs Hpuhllng und
Mrs, Siunl entertained nt dluiiei fur
Mr. and Mrs ll.tnj M.icfarlane. Mr,
and Mrs. Percy Unison, Mrs. Pnlrchlld,
Mhi Mar) Maifiirlaue. Mr. Itufe Hpald
Ing mid scvcinl othrts 'I he Spahllugs
I"1"' Mr-Suml h;no tone tu tho United
,"" W a H'ars trip.
Mi. Hrllg Hidcm.mu has liieu ion
niiid tu tho hunt" lor tho p.at wick by
Dr. P. II Huinphrls was u reluming
paseingcr on tho iluford. Ho bus been
nvv.i) for ten da.vs, nnd the ih.uigo Ii.is
made a dcildcil dllfcienco In his per
sonal nppcarmiic, for he Is as brown ai
Mrs. Porter, who Is ut the Mo.uia
was dilliiied lo gleet her husband
Captain Porter, on lildi).
Mr. mid Mrs. Pike, Hngllsli tiiuilsls
who me guests nt thv MtMiui, nro tnjoj,
Ing their ctay in tho Huvvailuii lrlau.u
Tho eiigngc'.iietit of Miss Callicilnc
ICIIahf th Smith, daughter ot .Mrt, 'I J,
Smith of New l.-xlugtuii, to William
Chailci Midonagle of Honolulu, Ha
wail, wab nnnounecd on Thursd-iy. Miss
.Smith Is nuw vllltng hci uncle, Frank
i: Fo. 10711 Cast Mulu elrcct.
Miss Smith will leave for San Finn
line,), (iitobcr 10, In lomjiaii) with her
brother. T. J, Smith, u gradunto of t)
h I., mid well known In ColuinbiM.
niey win meui Jir. .uuun.in-nun mi.
',oue ttm ilc lnrrc,i October IS by,
Tliey will meet Mr. .Mi(lou.i;;le unit the
Itev Father P .1 MtOu.ide iiu-toi' ot
Sueied Heart eliunh. Iii-m 1-rantlsio
'1 he pastor Is mi old friend ot Mr .Mi
Con igle. Mr MUiou.iglc. who U .1
member ot tho linn of llcnsuu, Smltli
& Co, largest wholesale drug firm 111
llonnlulu, was formerly a New l-ex-
jiugtou bo), having led Ihlttceii jiur
ur.'i foi tho Wect mid llually Mtllid
down at the "Cro3croads of the PuelDi.
" is the seal of qtuiU
the packers to de
Miss Smith, who has lolled ofli n In !
kIio loniplelcs I cr f.000 mile trip U tin
liolulu. She has traveled mum the
Atlantli on u tour ot Hurupc to lom
plite her edui.illon. It I.; ZlOn miles
by wntei fiom Han Piuuhi'o to Ho
liolulu. Columbus (Ohio) Dlajialih.
j Dinner at the Hawnljnn Hotel list
levelling was undo parllcularly cijoj-
I able by tho singing of Mrs Alapal, who
was In her usual good vokc. D.iniliig
v,as Indulged In on the lanals.
' Mr. Itobcrt Hhluglc was n illuming
passenger In tho Siberia.
The Hon. S M. Damon was n pas-
'senRer tu tho Slbeila for Honolulu
Mrs St Clnlr llldgisiil. who o lm
baud so successfully manages Hie Hale
Iwa Hotel, tnmo from the CoiM whole
she has been visit, In the Slbcrli
i mm m
Tho next regular met ting of the
Fanners' Institute or Ilnwuli wilt bo
he'd a- Hie library of (bo Territorial
Ponrd of Aglnultiiro mid lortslry on
King street, Honolulu, Saturday Sep
lember -'. at T.3'l p. in.
This Is tho Irst meeting or the 5 ear
nnd In to bo mnde mi Important oieil
slon In tho Interest of lluvvnll s ngrl
culture; tho f.istlnntlng subji el of
llnvvnllmi fruits und Iho po'slhllitlfs
of tropltnl fruit tulturo In theiic Isl
anils Is lo he prert tiled by able speak
is. utui innuot fall 10 nrouso Interest
In this ncgleetul, bill vcr) Iniportanl
Tbo program will bo ns follows
Fruit Culture ns mi Industry In lln
vvnll Piesldcnt Jnred (I. .Smith.
Hawaiian Prulla Dr. William T
Tropltnl Fruits ns Food Dr 1M
mil ml C. Shorey.
Ilottlfiillurnl Instil Fnemles Ml
D 1.. Van nine. (Inhibition of spif-
, tortiiai nivimiion is cwntiiu to
nil who nro Interislcd.
The story Is told of .1 (-oelclj which
dlsiiutiiutcs mural literature vvhlcli
Kent n railway milliliter a larj,e num.
ber of freo llekets to place In Ilic wait
lug rooms. Ouo win. entitled "A llouto
to the New Jerusalem" Tho litter II
lecelreil In liply declined tho ir.utr
wrotD tho inniinger, "ag tho t J i
not on our ),ilem."
K0TABLI8HED IN 1353.
bishop & Co.
Commercial and Travelers'
tiers of Credit issued on
.f Bank of Californh ,md
J. Al. Rothscliild & Son
London. Correspondents for tho
merican Express Company
and Thos. Cook & Son.
Interest allowed on term
ind Savings Caiir: Deposits
;!avs Oprrckctt. Win. O. Irwin.
Clans Sprcckels & Co.
Honolulu, : : : t. If. nEI
8an Tranclsce Ap'nts The Me
ada Nntloni.1 llauli ol Kail Krsuetrcn.
Craw Exchsnct oil the NtMidi Na
lotnl Dank of Hnti Krauclino.
London Tbo Union of I-oimIiiii nd
dislih'3 Hank. Ltd.
Kew York Amorlenn Kirhntire Nft
ChlevJO Corn Kxcbniiitn National
Prrlo Credit I.vuiinsl"
Konrjkonj nel YokoliBm lions
imar, Sltni'jlinl nnnklnp Corpur'iUnn
turn ZeatsnJ sod Australia ILvili
H iw Zealand nnd Itnnk of Austrs
tosfA . .VWtorla and Vancouver Dink ot
Brltlih North Aluurlcn.
DffOvlui rtvolvod Iious mndn on
?proTtd seuurity. Cociinori'lul and
Trmelers' Credits Issued. XIlllc 0 En
cbantxi bunsht and sold.
Colkctlont Promptly Accounted Fon
AND TRUST CO.
OP HAWAII, LTD.
SUBSCRIBED CAPITAL. ..t2O0A0OjW
PAID UP CAPITAL 100,000.00,
President Cecil Drown
Vice President. .......M. P. Robinson
Cashier t-T. Peek
(MBeo: Corner Fort and King Sts.
SAVINGS DEPOSITS received and
tnUrest allowed for yearly deposits at
U tat ot 4 1-1 per cent, per annum.
Kules and rvgnlalloaa (uralabod W
TliQYokoliamaSpBGio Bank, Ltd-
Cnpltnl Riitiscrlhcd Yen Il.f'Oll.OW
Ciipltal I'nlil Up Yen iH.ooo.uod
Itestrved Fund Yen v,-Jtu,uuu
HEAD OFFICE, YOKOHAMA.
aflANCH AQEMCIC3 Ilomhay,
lloiiKkoni;, Ilotiolulii, Kohn, Indon,
l,)onn. NnRUKnkl, NowchwniiK. No
7ork. rekliiR, San Trnnclsco, ShaUK
1ml, Tlentrln, Toklo. OKnka.
Tho ha.iU bii) s and recehc for col-
lection Illlts 'ixehniiF. Issues
OrnftH nnd li'.flt of Credit nnd trniia-
aets n itcnnrnl oanl Iiir btislnesh.
HONOLULU QRAfiCHt 87 KING ST.
Catton, Neil! & Co,, ;!
CNCINEERS AND MACHINISTS,
QUEEN and IllCHARDg STS. ,
(Sellers re tubed with charcoal Ira I
or steel tubes; general sh'p work. '
Office, 248 QUEEN ST., HONOLULU.
Plans and estimates furnished for
all clatsei rontractlng work.
TEL. MAIN 2-15.
ROOM 300, bOOTON DLK, Honolulu.
WiHiam T. Paty, i
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER,
All classes of Building Work
promptly and carefully executed.
Office 'Phone Dlue 1601.
Residence 'Phone Blue 2337,
make good presents
for your friends, Dest
selection In town at
The Island Curio Co.,
Elite Bldg., Hotel St.
NOHOLULU IRON WORKS
Improved and Modern 8UQAR MA
CHINERY of every capacity anC de
tcrlptlon made to order. Boiler work
and RIVCTED PIPES for Irrigation
purcocck a specialty. Particular atten
tion paid to JOB WORK, and repairs
executed at shortest notice.