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2. . EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T. If., 8ATUIIDAY. NOV. 24, 1906. w ' I
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The one event of the year that de
pend largely upon the dinner for a
worthy celebration. Can we help you?
Look over this list and tee.
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(the richest and cholceit made); FRUIT CAKE, In 1 and 5-lb. tint; FANCY PRESERVES (fruit, of
all kinds); CRANBERRY SAUCE, BRANDY FRUITS, SWEET PICKLED FRUITS, BOILED CIDER,
SWEET CIDER, NEW ASSORTED NUT8, OLIVE8 (all aliei and kind); FANCY CHEESES,
LEHNHARDT'8 ASSORTED CANDIES, RAISINS, CURRANTS, CITRON, ORANGE PEEL and LEM- f
FINE HOLIDAY BON-BONS (Holiday crackers)
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Hotel Street Store
HAS A NEW LINE OF
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THE ROAD OVERALLS.
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will buy the fine ilcsldenio .of MR
CHUCK HOY on Kamebametm IV.
Hond near Cnr l.lnc. With Its large
nlry rooms nnd wllh nearly onq arre
of ground tastefully laid out and plant
ed with flowers and fruit trees It
makes one of the DEST IIOMEo In tho
suburbs of Honolulu. .
Hero are a few other Bargains for
(4500. 11 bdr. 75x160 Young 'st.
13000. 4 bedr. wth 4 acres ground
$2760.-4 bedr. 60x90 Klnau St.
$1300.-3 bedr. COxlOO Gullck Avo.
913003 bcdr,60xl30 Kukul Bt.
Etc., Etc., Etc' ...
1 havo a number of unimproved 'lots
for sale on easy payments and It will
bo well for you to consult, mo beforo
buying your Real "Estalo 'as t 'CAN
SAVE YOU MONEY.
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WAITY BLOC. 74 8. KING STREET.
SOCIAL NOTES I
Additional Social New.-; on Page .
The Cabbage Patch
Mrs. Wlggs of the Cnbbago Patch"
was presented on Thursday evening
for the first time In llonolulu, by the
Mask and Wig Club under tho auspic
es of Let Aloha Chapter,' Order of the
Eastern Star. The quaint, bit of com
cdy, so difficult of Interpretation, was
cleverly staged, and thoro were many
brilliant lines. Honolulu turned oul
veil. Amateur theatricals' always
"go" well In Honolulu, for thoro Is
such a dearth of anything1 to do that
everybody always turns out, thankful
il incy can uc amuscn. -Airs, wiggn
of tho Cahhath Patch" certainly did
that and tho parts wcro welt acted.
Indeed, every character was almost a
star part. MIsses.Margaret and Helen
Center danced unusually well and
theso talented Utile girls were encor
ed. To the manager should. bq.gltcn
great praise for tho scenes from tho
famous hid Patch wcrp all faithfully
produced and lovers of the work were
most enthusiastic over ,tuo effects.
Tho Mask and Wig Society have cer
tainly proved that they can give Ho
nolulu a high class production clever
ly acted and staged.
' It seems ns though everyone, music
lovers In particular, nro looking 'for
ward to a treat next Tuesday evening
at tho Young Hotel, when Mrs! Mackalt
gives her first song recltol, beforo a Ho
nolulu audience. Possessing 'a voice
with a range of two and a halt octaven
and mezzo quality, sho Is enabled to in
Icrprct both lyric nnd dramatic arias
and songs. Iter repertoire Is therefore
a long one, and sha Is equally at home
In singing operatic music or the Blmpln
old Scotch ballads. 8ho' tings always
ftlthoul affectation or, effort, thus
jlmrmlng.cvcn the unmusical.
,111s expected that, I)r, and iMm
Mnknll will make llonolulu their per
manent home, and In that case Mrs.
Macknlt will open a studio, taking pu
pits for, voice culture. At present her
tddress Is tho "Young Hotel.
The following patronesses are Inter-
ssted In tho affair: Mrs. George R.
Carter, Mrs. San ford B. Dole. Mrs.
Charles B. Cooper, Mru..E. n.-Tenney
Mrs. A. J. Campbell,- Princess iKawana
nakoa, Mrs. Arthur K .Wall, Mrs. Wil
liam V aoodale. Mrs. P. Klsmp, Mr-.
Henry B. Restarlck, Mrs. D. Howard
Hitchcock. Mrs. II. M. von Holt, Mrs
B. P. Dillingham. Mrs. V. A, Schaefer
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Mrs. floerge Macfarlnne, Mrs. A. Fran
cis Judd, Mrs. P. T. P. Waterhouso
Mrs. Walter P. Prear, Mrs. U Tcnncy
1. Aria Page's Song ("Tho Hugue
2. Songs La Ctocko (The Bell) ....
i Saint Saent
Ij llateiina ("Carmen") Bizet
3. Violin Andante Cantatllo
4. Songs Nldmlng (Dedfcatlon) ....
Mahln (Whither) Schubert
Pruhllngshest (Spring Joy)
5. Violin Polonaise Brllllantn
d. Songs Mirage Lchmann
Tho Thlstlo White
Morning Hymn Hcnsrhei
Mr. nnd Mrs. Mullcr, who have been
guests at the Alexander Young hotel
during tho Planters' meeting, have
only recently returned from their ola
homo In Denmark. They havo been
much entertained, and It has been a
grcnt pleasure to hear of their Danish
Mrs. Scott, wife of Manager Scott,
who has also been at the Young, Is an
expert huntress of big game, and has
Lrought down many n bear In her trips
to tho wilds of Vancouver." She has a
Heady hand and a cool aim and woe
betide the bear that gets In bar way,
Nlncly-clght guests sat down to tho
Planters' dinner at tho Alexander
Young on Thursday evening. Pots of
maldcn-halr ferns and cut flowers made
a handsome display, and tho entertain
went gotten up by Mr. James Wilder
wis greatly appreciated by tho guests.
The Hawaiian music of ancient tltncM
created much Interest. The banquet
lasted until tho wee sma' hours and It
nas a fitting ending to a buiV week,
The pol luncheon at Haalelea Lawn
Rhen by tho Ahnhul Iolanl Society was
under the patronage of Her Majesty tlo
Quern and in charge of Princess Ka
lanlunuolc. Autograph ribbons of 11
M. Lllluokalanl were for sale, and the
various tables wrro In charge of Mrs
Carrie Clark, Mrs. Keohokalole. Mrs
.Mann, Mrs. Koheu, Mrs. Uahaolelua,
Mrs. T. J. King. Miss Emily Udd, Mlts
Mabel Todd, Miss Harriet Young, Miss
Mcrnlce Cook, Mrs. II. I). Gchr, Mrs
Clara Schmidt, Mrs. Charles Booth
Mrs. liana, Mrs. Karrattl, Miss Taylor,
Miss Wilcox, Miss Evans and N. K.
Mr. Fred Church expects to take a
New York, whero she has been visiting
Mr. Church's relative's, who have a
handsome old country scat on tho Hud
Mr. and Mrs. John Usborne are tak
ing a much needed rest at llalelwn,
Miss Florence Wlckham and Miss
Frances Cummlngs are arrivals from
Montreal who expect to spend some
time In our mldsL
The rehearsals for "The Toy Shop'
nro progressing well and from present
appearances Honolulu Is to havo a treat
The flrH rehearsal of the first net ot
the To) Shop, the Juvenile opera, whlcn
Is to be given at (he Opera House dur
ing tho first week of December for the
benefit of the Kindergarten Associa
tion, look place this morning, and mads
It evident that the affair Is to bo a slg
nnl Biictcss. One of tho features of thlA
net Is n baritone solo by Mr. Hastings
In the near future. Among tho per-'of Punahnu, an attraction of note In It
self, nnd the Noah's Ark, with Noah
by Jamlo Wilder, and alt the rest ot
the crew of the ark, Including the an
imals. One hundred nnd fifty children
take part in the play. They hao cnU
crcd thoroughly Into the spirit and fun
of the piny, nnd will be nblc to furnish
their seniors with an excellent enter
tainment when the tlmo comes.
formers Is Mr. James Wilder. wLo Is
always such a favorite.
Dr. and Mrs. Baldwin and Mrs, J.
P. Cooke sailed for Now Zealand IhU
A farewell dance was given ex. Man
ager Fred Church of the Seaside Hotel
on Tuesday evening. There was a goou
Mrs. Allan Herbert has been serious
ly III, but her many friends hope she Is
on tho road to recovery. Sho Is not
jc't able to sec anyone.
Dr. Mays expects to sail for the
Coast on November 27 to reside per
Miss Ben Taylor, tho charming
southerner, has sailed for Hawaii.
While hero sho was the guest of Dr
and Mrs. Cooper.
Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Scott may
sail for Maul on Tuesday for two weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. Grlnbaum expect to re
turn to tho Moana hotel for the winter.
Dr. Morton was the guest ot honor
of the Territorial medicos during the
Mr. Wallaca Forrlngton Is Improv
ing every day, and will soon tnkc the
editorial chair again.
The Kilohnna Art league held Its
desha iyje mm
Tim Rev. Stephen L Desha. It In
xnld. Is llkly to he one of the chaplains
of Ihn next legislature.
. Deslin will leavn llllo about the flnl
of January nnd tak" nn his residence
In Honolulu, nnd will be thero durlnK
the session of tho Legislature, so that
hc'wlll be nnilablc for the position.
He was chaplain during a former ses
sion. There are some nho nro saying that
the rhnngr of base on the part of the
minister ns lth a lcw to being avail
able for n chaplain's duties In tho Leg
islature. Dcsbn, Imnctcr, states that
the llnwnllnn Hoard has been trying
for a long time to gel him lo change,
mill lulie up the work he has now con.
scntcd to do. llllo Herald, Nov. 22. '
0. 8. Weatbor.Bureau,
Nov. 24, 1S06.J
Temperatures B n, m 70: 8a, nu
I: 10 h in.. 73: noon. 7!i: mornlne
annual meeting ond election of oftlecrs minimum, i
yesterday afternoon at tho IMgueJ Barometer. 8 n. ni 29.91: absoluto
rooms In tho Young Hotel. Tho new liumtdlt), s n. m 7.080 grains por cu
officers are: Prosldent, I). Howoril blc fool: relative humidity, 8 a. m., 9
Hitchcock; lco president, Mrs. W. M. per cent.; dew point, 8 n. in., B7.
uransm; secretary-treasurer. Mrs. Mar-' Wind 0 h. m . cloclty 10. direction
shall; directors, Mrs. on Holt and Miss
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Entered for Record Nov., 23, 1906,
From 10130 a. m. to 4 o. m.
position In Beattle. but will await thai Hong Kco ft Co to Chock lice ....IIS
coming of Mrs.i Church, who Is expect-18 Decker by mtgco to W O Smith
ertvlbls coming. week to arrive from'' (r d
Ni:. 8'a in., cloclty 12. direction N
i:; 10 n. ni oloclty 12, direction NKf
noon, veloclt) 12. direction NE.
Ita'nfAll during 21 hours ended
F n in.. .18 Inch.
Total whd movement during 24
touri, ended nt noon, 215 miles,
WM. B. BXOCKMAN. .
Section Director, United BUtca '
Weather Bureau. .
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