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KVENlNd IlUT.t.BTIN, HONOLULU,
T.iw.'1,8ATimi)Air,'Ai,n. n, ions.-
Women Should Head It
Thu CullowliiK exiruu w.is sent by
i. in vvnccicr wucox trom (Mil Dxiitn-
Ihur, San Francisco. It lias been pub
lished heroic hero, but many IM not
THU WOMIIN 01
Ale of Many 'lpes anil tit
KLLA. WlIBULIIll WILCOX
Tlicio mi' four typos of women to
Ihi m-cii on the sticutB anil In the
Khops mill lioiix-a of Honolulu, ami
each typ" Is .y pleasure to the eye.
The niitlvu Hawaiian woman wears
ii "holokti." This In, In plain truth,
n "Mother Hubbard" gown, innile
wHliout fulness a bort of hnlf-llt-llng
prhii-prs. It Is not nrtlstle, hut
In noticeable for Us splck-niid-spaii
cleanliness. I have not tern nno uti
tlily Hawatlati woman on thu Htieut
or In a Hhop.,
Their holokti govvn.s aie made
long; they hohl them up, anil Invnr
luhly show fretihly launilcicil pcltl-
rOlllB. Solllf'tlllll'H tho hololiu 1.4 of
Htlli, or luado of thin hlaelc htulT,
with a lace yoke; or of sheer lawn or
llowered material. Always It Is neat
and tho underskirt spotless.
The full-blooded women are strik
ingly similar In typo; the rouml, roll
face, the slightly up-turned nose anil
iiiper lip, splendid teeth nuil supeih
o)os, ami long, straight, black lull'.
. They arc voluptuously built, anil
Incline lo grow ittout nftor thirty.
Thn limits of tho I'lilyncslanx are
handsome ami Intellectual In shape.
Next wo see the pretty little Jap
ancso women Dotting about tho
streets In tticlr pleturfsiiuo Kimonos
always an tlily unit tilm as a lady
on a fan.
Anil Die luxurious costumes of the
Chinese women often iiiako nno Urn
anil Rare, with more curiosity than
politeness, fo splendid are the eolors
of tho sill; coatu and to glittering tho
When wo toino to speak of tin
American women who are residents
of Honolulu It Is lllio trying to de
scribe a (Tardea of tropical lluvvera.
In no other city In tho world
nnil I have laltcd many did I ecr
seo women hi universal!) tasterul
and artistic In their dress as thu wo
men of Honolulu.
The climate lends Itself lo ilcllcalo
and feminine effects In dress. India
nnil Chlneso slll.s, pongees, the na
tive "plnn cloth." mailo of the plne-
i,-j "i' '''liiy'lVf - Ii"1! a'Is kV
npiilc fll),e, nnd resembling chiffon,
but much inmo durable; lawns, lacs
..ml crepes arc the materials In use
lively Ameilcan woman t hno seen
uhlhcr tho wlfo or daughter of a
woallhy pl.mter or Covcrnmoiit ufll
rial, nil opulent descendant of mlt
hlnnnry stork (for they aio the itch
people of Iho Island), or u self sup
porting school teacher or business
woman lias been a pleasing picture
to Iho eye. Not only arc Ihelr Rai
ments dainty mid well made, hut they
aro well worn.
Dignity, grace, exquisite tnslo- nnd
Icmlnlntly mark tho Aimrlrnn women
of Honolulu, and niako their drawing
looms a writable delight to tho
beauty loving obsoiver.
Many of iheso women have been
born on the Island Several of thorn
mo the (bird generation bom liere;
one Is Iho llftli. Their ginudfntliois
or greatgrandfathers came hero t:i
early times as trailer,!, capltallBts,
pliVKlcltuiQ or missions! les.
Resides these four types Iheto la
n fifth t)ie, which Is, however, close
ly iillleil to tho American. That Is
the linlMitnoil or the ipiat tor-blood
Hawaiian girl or woman
They aro born of AmoilciMi, Fng
IHi, Scotch or (Icrninn fathers an 1
Hawaiian mothers, and Ihoy aro uni
versally possessed of striking beauty
nnd billllant mentalities. Tho por
lection of this (ypo may be seen In
the uulluro lady known here nit Prin
cess Kuuaunkoa, wife of the nephew
of tho Into Queen Consult.
I'lliircss Kauatiako.i was tho dough
tor of an exceedingly tiiiudsomo n.i
tho woman of Rood family who m al
lied Mr. Campbell, a Scotch-Irish
capitalist. In tho Rolden dojs of the
In the daughter of this union Is to
bo found the pel feet type of tho half
litooil beauty, possessed 'of tho Jojoii.i
lemperameiil, (ho Rood brain oP tier
foiobears and Riven every advantage
of cultute which our American heir
Tiieio aro scores of others bom of
Iheso Intcimariin'jcs, nnd all are
usually women of position socially
Hut thero aro hundreds of others who
aro not so fortunately situated, bolnp
boin of Hawaiian mothers whose
American nr KurIIsIi fiithors"laiiglitil
mid rodo nway." Happily for those
girls, nnd boys, too, tho llbcial spliit
of Honolulu places no ban upon them
They wear their father's Damon ami
aro respected for their own moral
Tho nuke of iMlnburgh, who visit
, - '"
4 . , -,
Is the only cigar for the 10c smoker
-' 1 '- '
ed this Island ninny years ngo, left a
"royal daughter" to be provided for
by her native mother Ills grandson
lives hcie today, a man of fine ap
pearance. The Chrlstliin-brod whilu mini tins
not been altogether no elevating In
fluence on thu Island, lie Introduced
rum mill (ho morganatic m.iirlnge," to
use a polite term, and ho Introduced
gralt mid politics.
Yet ho also did away with super
ttltlon, fear of Idols, human sacrifices
and many barb-lions customs, and es
"TIiCbo 1'olynoslutiH 'cannot bo
pleached Into tofOrm; they can be
educated into It," sold tho grntidjon
of one of the old mlsLlonurtcs lo mo.
"The school system hero Is our jirlilo
and glory. 11 Is doing what our fnio
bnars, with ull (heir sacrifice ot time,
(IrciiRth and life, failed to do."
So alt honor to eiluiMtli.il. Tor II
means the elimination of dlsense, su
perstition and selfishness from the
human race. In lime, and the estab
lishment of a now world and a now
' Honolulu. Hawaii. UIHS.
SOLILOQUY OF SENATOR
(Note: It Is rumored that the
King of Itnly will innke a Duke ot
Senator Klklns In order that hL
daughter may have ciitat title with
the Duhu of tho Abruzzl, who wants
to marry her.)
They want to tntiho a Duke of me,
A matt of great renown,
A kind of sort of couslti-lu-Iaw,
I reckon, to the tiown;
They'll ndd u ducal coronet,
A duke-mark on my sleeve.
And put a loyal brand on me
They'll show me off on holidays
And make tho subjects shout
And Jam their fares in tho dust
Whenever I go out;
They'll dciorato my manly breast
With cloth of golden weave
And hand me out a retinue
They'll likely want to armor mo
With spears and coat of mail,
And foity times n day they'll yell:
"Hall, Duke do i:iklns, hall!"
Whenever I come In they'll bow,
And evciy time I lenvo
They'll make their llctoru clear the
' ,.,rTeU(if. i. v.
Oh, say, such cart jlngs-on ns that
May suit some tastes, but initio
Ain't built that way, and 1 would
About ten times In nine.
A detent ducal .son-in-law,
I rucss, I might lecclvo.
Hut have I not to pn) that prko?
W. .1. LAMPOON.
Wailtiku Surprise Party
Walluku, Maul, Apill !i. -- Miss
Charlotte U. Turner was tho most
surprised person In Walluku lust
Wednesday afternoon, when twenty
live Indies called upon her to. wish
her many happy returns on her lilitli
ilay. Her friends showend her with
(lowers and congratulation!), and ex
pressed (u her the deep it ml nflneeru
aloha or all tho people of Wullukil.
Mrs. Klla L. Austin icclted a fun
ny poem compiled l a frlonul for
the iircaslon. The poem was written
In pidgin HtiRllsh, ami purported to
be the wonts of a poor Chinaman,
whom Miss Tinner linn befriended.
Needless to say, both Miss Turner
and the ladlcj were gieath lunused.
A pictty souvenir bool was gotten
up for tho occasion by Mis. Wm. A.
Mi Kay, and after refreshments vvero
served each lady left her autograph.
Miss Turner was heard lo lemark In
thu evening that It had been one of
her happiest days In Hawaii.
Robertsons on Maui
Walluku, Maul, April in Mr. and
Mrs. A. O. M. Itobcrtsou have bcc'.i
the guests of Mr. and Mis. W. T.
Hohlusou during their brief sojourn
In Walluku, and the fi lends of these
well-known Honolulu people have
been vicing with each other to ex
tend to tho visitors the hospltnllty
of the town. Hon. and Mrs. A. N.
Kcpolkal gave n luau at their Kn
htilul fishery, made famous recently
In. allldnvlts nnd counter alllilavllx
before the Honolulu liar Association.
Among those present were Mr. and
Mis. A. (i. M. Robertson. Mr. nnd
Mrs. A. N. Kcpolkal, Mr. ami Mis.
T. II. Lyons, Mr, nnd Mrs. S. Kellt
nol, Mr. and Mrs.' (!. Weight, Mrs.
i:. Cedcrloff, Mrs. W. Limgher and
others. On tho following d.iy Mrs,
Cedcrloff gavo mi afternoon pedro
party to Mrs. Itobcrthou and unite a
number of thu leading ladles ot the
town were present to greet tho '.unta
blo.Iady from Honolulu. Mr. and
Mrs. K. II. Hart also gave a pedro
pally (o the .visitors at (heir homo
at H.ilaulu, Walluku,, on Monday
evening, and uguln tho prominent
citizens of Walluku wore thero to
CO. THE HOUSE of STAPLES
iiakc the visit of Hie Republican,
leader and his lady most enjoyable,
and pleasant while here. On Wed-,
nesday at noon Mr. nnd Mrs. T. II.
L)ons gave Hie last of tho luaus In
tho distinguished vlsltots and again'
the hnuuuct table rang out with the
merry voices of Walluku's fair ones'
In honor of Mr. and Mis. Robertson.
Kurd) no .voting couple that has vis
ited the famous hospitable town of
Walluku was ever feted in such sump
tuous st.vle as the Itohcitsons In Wal
luku. nnd they certainly left the
noted Malulickuawa with exalted
(.(inceptions of tho free, open and
genuine hospltntit) of Its citizens.
Political affiliations and differenc
es vvcic cast atlde mid forgotten and
all went In with tho spirit of tliu
hour to do honor to ono of Hawaii's i
Kins who has ilsen to the top of tho
ladder by grit ami pcisoverence, an-l
his fair i.ui) shaicd with him the
"The I'loiisnntou" has succeeded be
jond the opec!atloii3 or the promot
ers. Several new cottages lire to be
built In tin- near future on thu extens
ive grounds, and there are already
many applications for them. The
guests at piosmt Include fleneral and
Mrs I'ratt, tho former founder of tin.
well-known Cat lisle Indian school, a
celebrity known cverv where and be
loved for his grout and noble deeds; I
Hon S A. Iluko and Mlsa Duke, a
pielty and charming )outig vvom-iu;
Mr. and Mis. Logic, Dr. Hopcmnu, in
noted botnnlsl; Mr. nnd Mrs. Duck j
wall, from Pittsburg and a bacteriol
ogist of note. Into chief chemist with
(he Helntz people; nnd Mr. and Mm.
Monro of Itedhinds. Mrs. Mooto Is a!
very Interesting woman and the I
MooreB ni-iy stop on for weeks. They I
nro charmed with Honolulu; Mr. and!
Mrs. Augustus K Iron and daughter
Ruth, who will remain u nil May when ;
they will return lo Kauai und visit I
Honolulu again while the Meet Is herol
In July. Mr. Kuudsen, by thu be, Ih I
Riving a series of Interesting lectures!
on thcosophy on Wednesday evenings'
and Thutsdny afternoons In tho prl
vale (lining loom of the IMcnsanton I
Ills audiences aro greatly Intciesled
in them and Ills earnest and cull i vat
id lectures are an Intellectual treat.
Swimming parlies mu tho rage at this
hotel, tbo enclosed bathing pool of
good dimensions making tho plunge
a delight. Many private paitlea are
given every week nnd the prlvnto (lin
ing room can always bo engti'-d foil
(Intices, curd. and suppurs If umple
notice Is given.
Mrs. Carrlo .larobs-Iloud, who has
given so much genuine plcusuic In
her oilglual songs and recitations, will
ngnln favor us with u recital of orig
inal songs and stories at tho resldeneo
of Mrs. Frederick J- Lovvrcy, Luna-
,j, ..J -..', A -AM-''iiy'jtfnW "- ,.vkulUi.iWjiW. . "
lllo street and Victoria, on tho oven-'
lug of Monday, April Utli nt 8 o'clock
Mrs. lloud has dono a grent deal In
Iho ft !! of charlt) since coming here
Alwn.vs rendj lo give of her best for
mi) good cause she has ! cell oil an I
sung lo large mulicucos, alwa)s foi
charity. .Now Mrs. Iloud will have a
benefit for hercelf, and It Is needless
to say nil Honolulu will turn out ui
show their appuclaltim or Ibis charm
ing woman's Renins n-.id kindliness ot
heart. She will sing a "Sing of Hi
wall," hometliliiR new nnd luminal
written by her while here n well a
many old favorites vvhldi lime given
mi much pleasure. One IIm n pi II
bound to Iter. The clmrin ami pitlue
is distinctly human, slid np). nl. to alt
Tho patnniesso Include .Mrs Wnltei
Frear, Mrs. V. M. Kwunzy, Mrs I -ed
eilc .1. Lowrev, Mrs IMvvntd t 'I'll
lie)-, Mis. I "lank Atheiton, Mis. How
unl llltchock, Mrs Arthur Wall, Mrt
(leorgo lleibirt, .Mr8. (llffard, Mrs
Charles Cooper, Mrs. Whitney, Mi
llllss, Mrs. II. F. Dillingham. Mi .
Samuel Damon. Mrs. Snnford It Dole
Mrs. Tetiney Tieli
Tho rehearsals for "The Mui-cnt
are progiesslng with the smoothm-
which might be oxpcelvd fiom the
good manag(ment which has markul
them from Iho beginning. Mrs. Crook
Mrs. Waller Mitcfarlane, Mrs. Hugo
Her7er, aie great diavvlng cauls anil
the prettiest girls In town are to be
In the chorus. The bright nnd spark
ling little opera which the French
know so well how to bring out, will
ho a surpilso lo tho friends of the net
ois, for a finished perfoimnnce ma
be expected fiom thu galaxy of talent
which Mr. Herzcr has gathered about
him. Tho patronesses Include: Met,
dames W. F. Frear, (leo. K. Carter
I'llncess Knwnnnimkoa, 12. A. Molt
Smith, i:. 1). Teliney, (leo. Herbert. -I
S. Mcdrew. i:beli Low. 11. II. Itcst.u
Ick. W. W. Hall, C. II. Cooper. II. M
von Holt, ,1. F. Morgan, F. A. Sclinef
oi, F. W. Mncfnrlaue, C. M. Cooke,
I'aul iRciiburK. S. I'nrker, J..I.uv3UiJMr
I'lilllllis, .1. castle, i: . Hp.ildlng, W.
I). Adiiius, A. Wlldei, C. (! Hollowny.
C. W. C UccrliiR; Jr.-.I.W.inrtlcri.
W. L. Iloio3et l, McCamlles-C aV
(1. Hawes:p:rr.,-J'. Jl. Ilmnpbrls. &."&
Ciiuhn, Ar Firtlcrr lMnrt kTuroIT,
Hobert Lowers. Junius Wilder. A. F
wail, s. it.-djole.,o.- Fv YJ!'icrr&Air
Swanzy. S. M. Damon. F. .1. Lowruy
A. Clartloy. II. It. Mncfarlano Jr. S. M.
Angus, II. F. Dllllnghuui nnd Miss N.
Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Hulehlus Rave
mi elaborate dinner on Thursday
evening at the Moanu hotel, covers be
ing laid for fourteen. A basket of
pink Honors was the centerpiece, sur
rounded by llpe maidenhair Mrs
Iliitchlns wore a charming froclc and
was a most agreeable hostess, Among
for witlnfe, drlrUlnd. and cooking
I'urc. Delicious. Nutritious
Drcakfatt Oicoa, 1-2 lb, tins
131iit'iCKocoUte(uniwr(lnictJ)( 1-2 lb ctkr
German Swrc CnocolaU, 14 lb. calet
for 5rtIo hv treading Grocwi
WALTER BAKER & GO. Ltd
DORCHESTER, MASS., U.S. A.
41 IIIGIIUT AUAKM IN ttPOPE
Hie guests noticed veie Mr and Mrs.
I Fred Damon, the latter a pretty
! blonde, looking paitlcularlv well Thu
Hulehlus are domiciled ni ilu hotel
Among Iboi'i honked In depart In
Utuolllontaii me Mr and Mrs A T.
Ilrock, who sail for the coast to mako
helr home In California, much to thu
Jegrot of their friends; Mr and Mm
"i:. O. Hall. Mr. and Mrs. John Mc
C'iindlen, Miss McCnndless nnd James
lTTire'ViMif garden of the Alexander
Young Is a ver pleasant bpot Huso
moonlight nights and Is taken advant
age of by man) . The Young Cafe Is u
lavorlte place for a culcl little sup
per, outre nous.
Col. llawcs will arrive in Honolulu
In May. He will spend six months
with his wife at Sous Soiu I
A guy .ittle bop was given ut Iho
Seaside hotel the night the llufonl
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