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EVT.NINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. If.. SATURDAY, JULY 18, 190S.
Off for the Volcano Tower and her friends Miss llunnello
Miss Honnlo llunnollo nnd Jllssund Jilts Karley of Pasadena, who
Jessie Barley of Pasadena who enmenro (pending the month here. Covers
down on tho last Alnmeda nnd atewcrc laid for eight. After dinner Ilia
guests nt tho Alexander Young, leftgucsls sal beneath tno mernrchltig
jesterday on tho .Manna lca for tho hau tieo nnd enjoyed tho hcaiitlfnl
cck end excursion trip-to tho Vol
cano. Mls Tower, who marto the
tilp two years ago, remains nt the
Although tho Pasadena lsltors
have hcen licic hut a week, they have
lieen the rcclplolitB of much pleasant
social nltciitlou, nnd aro greatly en
joying their stay. During tho past
week the) havo enjojed four r.i?tT
lug trips to places of Interest on tho
Ulnndi and next week will lio the
guests of n friend on n motoilng trip
Jlrs. V, (!. llhnd of Pnsadenn, gave
them n rharmlng appointed dinner
ill the lMeasnliton.
Mrs. tlnrdlucr Wilder, and Mr. L.
b. Conness, eutcrtnlned at dinner In
their honor nt tho Seaside.
Mr. nml Mrs. Ilyion O. Clark of
JInnoa, entertained with a pineapple
Mrs. Wilder entertained with u box
party nnd supper, Friday night.
Mr. Lawrence Robinson entertained
with a beach supper nnd bathing par
ty Tuesday night.
Monday Miss Tower, chapeioncd
by Mrs. Wilder, was entertained at
dinner on board the U. S. S. hospital
blilp Helief; tho hosts being Or.
llownrd, V. Slrln, Or. Dunbar nnd
Paymaster Walter Sharpe.
Mr. A. C. Viomnn of Pasadena,
who. In company with n patty of
friends arrived yesterday on tho Ten
yo Marti en route to the Orient for u
two months voyage, entertained nt
dinner on tho Jluru.
Sovcral other pleasant nlfalrs arc
planned for next week. Tho Pasado
iiriis will salt on tho Alameda, Aug
ust 0, for San Francisco, wheio Miss
1'arly nnd Miss Tower will spend n
few days letting friends bcforogolng
n st :;
Al Fresco Supper
Ono of tho most delightful nfTnlia
of tho reception, was tluJ nl fresco
pol supper given Tuesday ovcnlng on
the bIioio nt Walldkl by Lawrence
Hoblnsou and his cousins, tho Misses
Wnrd, In honor of Miss Jesslo Karley,
daughter of Mayor Thomas Karley
of Pmadcnu, and u girlhood chum of
Mr. Itobluson'a wife. Klres of drift
wood were kindled on tho sand and
hero wero hi oiled tho delictum mullet
and steaks for tho open air feast.
Tho great laual nt tho Unhlusou homo
incnso hail trees, Is tin Ideal spot for
mence hau trees. Is mi Ideal spot for
entertaining audprove.l a most pict
uresque totting for tho affair which
possessed all of tho charm of novelty.
Tho long table was spread upon tho
lanal nnd tho elaborate menu Includ
ed many of tho native Island dishes.
Tho musts of the waves dashing on
tho sand n few feet away ndded
charm to tho nffnlr, nnd after dinner
the guests lingered long watching tho
moonlight on tho water. Later In
tho evening u Moonlight swln was
onjo)ed by several of tho guests.
Tho host was assisted In entertain
ing by Mrs. Wnrd nnd- tho Jllssca
Ward. Others present Included, Mr.
nnd Mrs. Ilootliu,' Miss Itjcroft, Mr.
Itycioft, Mr. Ittiblusou Jr. Miss Hon
nlo Hunncllo and Miss draco Tower
Delightful 111 nil of Its appoint
ments, was Iho lanal dinner given tho
first of" tho week lit tho Seaside Ho
tel, by Mrs. Gardiner Wilder and L.
8. Conness In honor of Miss (Jrnco
music of the quintette rlub. Later, as
guests of Mr. Mclncrny, a moonlight
motor ride mound Diamond Head nnd
up the Nutianu Valley to the Country
Club, was enjoyed.
Thursday evening Mis. Wilder en
tei tallied with n logo party at tho
production of "Tho Man of the Hour,"
those nsked for tho evening being
Mr. nnd Mrs. Wilder, Mr. and Mrs.
Klamp, Miss llunnclle, Miss Karley,
Miss Tower, Paymaster Walter
Sharpe, Dr. llownrd, V. Strln nnd Dr.
Dunbar oluecrs of tho IJ. S. S. Helief.
Aftei tho peifornuinco tho guests en
joyed a delightful little supper nt the
hostess' homo on Wilder nvenue,
where they were Joined by L. H. Con
ness who was ono of the cabt for the
play of tho evening.
Dined on Shipboard
The U. S. S. Helief, was the scene
of n dellghlfHlly Informal llttlo dinner
Monday evening given for JINs draco
Iloitcnso Tower of Pasadena and
Jlrs. (la-diner Wilder of Honolulu.
Pule inaiue and white ustcrs and
ferns In u laigo brass bowl, formed
the table decorations. Previous to
tho dinner, the guests hnd been en
tertained nt an afternoon tea, nnd
given n complete tour of tho thin:
The Helief was formerly n passeii-'
gcr excursion boat mid was purchased
by Helen (lould and presented to tho
United States At my during tho Span-Mi-Amorlcan
war. JIlsi Uould wns
obliged to ncccpt Iho price of $1 for
tho ship, tho army not being nllowcd
to accept the ship technically as a
gift. Lnler tho ship wns transferred
to the navy nnd Is said to bo tho only
hospital ship belonging to the Navy.
Jlrs . Flora (loodall Illand of Pasa
dena, who has spent tho past two
months In the Islands, entertained lit
dinner Wednesday evening at the
Honnlo llunnclle, .Mis Jessie Karley
and Miss draco Tower of Pasadena.
The dinner wai ironed In the dinning
room. In tho center of thu tablo was
u mound of pink enmatlous and maid
en hair ferns, while pink tapers In
crjstnl sticks with Bhades of delicate
pink ndded In tho charming elTcct.
Tho place enrds boro pen nnd Ink
sketches of llttlo .Inpaneso tea garden
scenes. Coffee was served on Iho la
nal, and the remainder of the ovcnlng
was spent with bridge nnd flvo hun
dred. Those asked to meet the threo
guests of honor wero Jlr. nnd Jlrs.
Olson, Miss Illand, Miss Serena
Ulanil, .Mr. Warren, Mr.. Osborne nmf
Mr. nnd Mrs. George Davles gavo a
small but delightful dunco nt the
"Duglo" on Tuesday evening In hon
or of Miss Fox, a cousin of Mrs.
Cllvo Davles, from Knglund. A cov
ered marquee ndded to tho lannl,
which Is seml-clrcular, niado an Ideal
placo for dnnclnr A trco nt one
side, Its sprendlng brunches looking
(ool nnd Inviting, was a most artistic
addition to tho decorations, which
consisted of lings, hunting, greens,
hanging Inntcrns, nnd cut-rinwers.
Card-lnblcs wero placed In tho hnll
for tho lovers of bridge. Tint every
body was too occupied In amusing
themselves to pntrontzo them. It
wns a decided success nnd the deli
cious supper, perfectly cooked nnd
served, nt which ovcrybody sat down
to,wns not tho least of tho Joys of u
HONOLULU CROWDS WERE OUT
Honolulu hns never seen such n
crowd on tho streets as lined tho
business nnd Illuminated section of
tho low ii Thursday night. All holiday
leeords wero hentoii by great margins
and Instead of one stieet, Fort, us Is
usually the ca:.e, all tho main ave
nues of tho city wore filled with a
most losmopolltan nnd gnoct-nntuied
The Illuminated rectlon was of
rourse thu center of Interest, but
there was action everywhere. Tho
Capitol grounds wero crowded, thn
'sidewalks wero ciowded nnd tho
whnln down-town section outside of
,tho Chinatown district wns niled to
.overflowing, Thn double service
cars wero filled In the limit and then
Many men from tho ships wero In
tho thiong nnd added much to Its
plctmesquo feature. For Illumina
tions tho Young Hotel and the Capl
tol wero thn most elnborato and the
Hawaiian Rlectilc mid Honolulu Iron
W'oiia made a good second.
particularly agreeable evening.
Miss Fox, n graceful and pretty
girl, was dressed In white lace and
satin. A single row of pearls com
pleted a charming toilette. Mr. nnd
Jlrs. ClUc Davles nro lo go to Kurnpc
for two years trip In August, nnd
when they return Mr. nnd Mrs. Geo,
Davles will tnke their turn. Mr. Kn
nl's orchestra played for the dancing.
At the Alexander Young Hotel
there has been great activity during
the past two weeks. Among tho Ala
meda guests were Miss 10. Hammond,
San Frnnclsco; William JI. Jloyer,
San Francisco; Jtr. nnd Mrs. Allen
berg, San Francisco: John Duke
Prescott, Ariz.; Miss Mary Duke,
Grace Hortensc Tower, Pasadena;
Jllss Honnlo Hurnelle, Miss Jesslo
Corlcy, Dr. K. Frederick, llretnerton,
Wash.; Jlr. nnd Jlrs. II. Stock and
son, Sacramento; A. J. Tenogglnno,
San Francisco; W. P. Scott, Oakland;
K. Paterson, San Francisco; Jlr. and
Jlrs. Colllsh nnd son, San Francisco;
Judge J. V. Coffey nnd son, San
Frnnclsco; Dr. Raymond, JInul.
Arrivals In the Mongolia wero A.
C. Howies, New York City; Dr. Pow
ell, Jlrs. Powell, Jllss Jcnnnctlc
Powell, Jllss JIargarct Powell, Jllss
Carrlo Horg, Marysvllle, Cat.; John
Lame, Sacramento; John Ilynn, St.
Louis; 11. II. Taylor and wife, Jersey
City; Dr. Collins, London; It. A.
Armstrong, New York City; J. Kyle
nnd wife, Jllss Seay, Jlrs. Gorman,
In looking otor Llpplncott's JInga
zlno for July, I found this notice on
tho page entitled "A Chat With Tho
"From the pen of Jllss Kaufman, a
New Yorker by birth who has spent
much of her life In Honolulu, wo nro
lo hnvo a noiclctto called.
"A Jewel of tho Seas." This deals
with society life In the Hawaiian Isl
ands, portrnjed through social func
tions In which Americans, natives nnd
Kngllsh participate. Her field Is nl
irnlutely new In fiction, and sho de
picts the happy-go-lucky people and
their love of gaiety In an altogether
bright nnd charming way. Naturally,
navnl oinccrB play a prominent part1
In the plot's development nnd offer
splended opportunity for excellent
Jlrs. Hammond nnd brother, Jlr.
Noycs of San Francisco, who came
down on the last Alnmeda, returned
Wednesday to their San Francisco
homo after a delightful iur days
stay at tho Young. Jlrs. Hammond,
who Is a most charming woman nml
a great traveller Is a friend and
neighbor of Mabel Clare Craft-Deer-Ing,
whoso "Hawaii NW" is consider
ed ono of tho best books on the Ha
waiian Islands, over written.
Jlrs. Gaines gave a small but de
lightful tea at Tho Plcasanton in
honor of Jlrs. Southorlnnd and tho
JHsses Southcrland on .Wednesday.
Tea wns served on the circular lanal,
and among the guests wero Mrs.
Huinphrls, Jlrs. Frank Halstcad, Mrs.
Itccs, Jlrs. Lnnghorno, Mrs. Augustus
A pretty llttlo luncheon wns given
on Wednesday by Jlrs. B. G. Wilder
for JIIsses"Heatrlco Castle, Mnrgarel
Castle, Allco Hedemaun, Lornn Inu-
kca, Nora Swanzy, Nora Sturgeon,
iml Jlrs. dunn. Jlrs. S. O. Wilder Is
always entertaining, nnd sho Is nl-
ways a social success wherover she
Miss Katherlno Arnold, ono of the
pretty girls nt St. Andrew's Priory,
Balled In tho Alameda for n courso of
music at Los Ahgolcs. She was cov
ered with lets and waved a Hawaiian
ling as tho ship slowly sailed away
from tho dock.
Jfr. and Jlrs. Callsh and llttlo
daughter Jllgnon, who came down on
tho Alameda for the benefit of tho
voyage, wero guests of tho Young
during their stay here; returned on
tho samo boat Wednesday.
Dr. nnd Mrs. Lnnghorno gavo a din
ner at tho Pleasnuton on Thursday
oveiilug In honor of Jlr. nnd Jlrs.
Hurry JIncfarlaiio, Jr. They went on
lo the "Man of tho Hour," where they
occupied a box.
A. C, Vromun and Churlcs Meyers
of Pasadena, wero In town yesterday
en roulo to tho Orient, being passen
gers aboard the now ship Tcnyo JIa
ru. They nro accompanied Jiy u party
Jlr. nnd Jlrs. C. Hedemnnn cntor
I allied nt dinner on Tuesdny evening
In honor of Jlr. nnd Mrs. Cllvo Da
vles. Among others were Mrs. Fred
eric Klamp and Jllss Carmen Clowe.
Jlr. and Mrs. OUon of Honolulu,
were among thxiso making tho trip
to Hllo on tho Manna Kea yesterday.
They will return Jlonday after a day
at tho Volcano.
Jlrs. Illand nnd tho Misses Illand
entertained a party of twelve at din
ner on Wednesduy evening at the
Plcasantou, In honor of JIIsk Tower.
Jlr. nnd Jlrs. Lowiou Hrulii will
soon occupy tho artistic cottage next
J Iho Jlontaguo Cnokcs.
Jlr. and Jlrn. Jlnleolm JIacIntyrc
nro occupying their pretty new rosl
ilcuco In College Hills,
Doctors prescribe Primo Beer
instead of Malt Tonic because it contains the best kind
of Malt Tonic, and food in a predigested form.
Often it is the only kind of food or medicine the
patient can retain.
The trifle of alcohol in Primo 2 -2 per cent is
just enough to give it a slightly stimulating effect-, cer
tainly not enough to class it with ''spirituous liquors'
The Beer that is pre-eminently the Best-
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