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EVBKlNO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. l.L SATURDAY.-DEC. 26. 1908.
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.THE PI ACE TODD YOUR CHRISTMAS SHOPPING.
Can Our City Miqrd
To Bt Quarantined?
"Should the plague continue to (bow a marked In
create our cltr probably will be quarantined. This
will brlos ruin to our people and our homes. Tbla ,
Plague I' primarily a dlteate ot tbe rat" The CUIiens'
We offer 1100 reward to anyone aslng Stearns'
i Electric Rat and Roach Pasta who does not find
' it successful in killing off rata.
Stearns' Electric Rat and Roach Pails is aura
death, driving the dangerons rata ont ol the house
to die. It Is the only guaranteed rat poison, and
should, (or your own protection,' ba placed in rat
holes and beneath floors and covered places every
where. You cannot afford to take any chances ol
quarantine exterminate the rata with Stearns
2 oz. box 20c; ie oz. box I.OO.
Sold by drufitltts and general stores ever; her er
sent direct prepaid en rscslpt el prK.
STEARNS ELECTIIIC PASTE. CO.
BUFFALO, N.Y., U.S.A.
This is a big bright busy store never sleeping but always for
Never before have we made such a handsome display ot
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Enameled Iron Beds
AS WE ARE SHOWING AT PRESENT,
Every one is far removed from the commonplace. The
designs are different; the values are different, and our service is
different than yon will find in the ordinary store.
To show you how different and better oar. values are,, we ask
that you take note of the following prices: ' , 'f
It has large pillars, bent top tubes, braes spindles and both
bent and straight filling rods. Tho height of head is 5ft. 2in and
is enameled ,in white, blue, or green.
Coyne Furniture Co., Ltd.
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A HEAUTIFUi LUNCHEON adorned the (.nhlc nntl tlio Anibrlcali Incnt, and among those who poured ten
was glcn nt the Alexander J beauty guoBt-cards wcro dainty sou- was Miss Eleanor Tern. Mrs. Hatch
Young Hotel mi Tuesday by, vcnlrs of a pnrtlculnrly cnjoyalilo eve- worn a handsome toilette of satin iu
. ,i ,.. it. i. i. ... nlnir. Thi eupstH Included Dr. nml thn new shade of onion nestel and
..lin, Vfiitiiiva i. ruins, tint. " --- " - -" - -
' . ,.. .,..- ,.. ...alt, Inmna .initil. Ilr. nml Mm v.m. Mls Ilntrli wns In n bccomlnc white
imnnr nf Mro Wniinr Pm.ir.'est WntcrhouRe, Mr. nml Mrs. Cooke. Irock of crcpo and carried a largf
wife 'of the Governor of Hawaii, and BUMtri nt the Moana Hotel. Mr. Tlntrs bouquet or oroJ.ldr. a Blft from (M
Mm. Corwln P. Ilees, wife of tho ton, Mr. James Wilder. , ,ral of her school frlomls at Urlercllff
commandant of tho Naval Station.
It was essentially n Christmas lunch
eon nnd the decorations so artistic
and crfecthc, carried out the holiday
spirit. Tho.plumoia fern was twist
ed about the chandelier, making
graceful festoons; tho crimson poln
slcttn combined with Hawaii holly
berries, maidenhair, malic, nml crlm
son carnations lavishly decorated tlio
perfectly appointed tabic. Tlio placo
cards, daintily representing boxes ot
holly, were much admired, and cor
kage bouquets of violets wore nt each
plate bh well ns many other pretty
trifles. Mrs. I'ark were a lovely lin
gerie frock much embellished by
hand embroidery, nnd was a delight
ful hostess. Mrs. Ficar, In a chic
toilette of green, had on her quaint
Jado necklace which Mrs. Cunning
ham designed. Mrs. Hoes, In white
silk, was u picture as usual, and Mrs.
Parsons looked particularly well in
a white gauze embroidered with forget-me-nots.
At tho conclusion of
tho luncheon wands bearing tho leg
end "Santa Claus" wcro presented.
Ilcsldcs the guests.of-honor thero
were present Mrs. Dunning, wife nf
tho commandant of the Army post;
Mrs. Atkins, Mrs. Wadhams' mother;
Mrs. Parsons, Mrs. Robertson, Mrs.
Wlnslaw, Mrs. Philip Andrews, Mrs.
Korstcr, Mrs. Wrlghtson, Mrs. wad-
hams, Mrs. Winters.
The first question ever) body who
arrives "On the steamer from Hono
lulu nsks Is to what hotel shnll t go?
They may bo recommended to the
Stewart, whero tho popular manager
caters to Honolulu people, and the
St. rrnhcls makes n despcrato stand
against tho excluslvo Fairmont. Tho
following lines may help ono to dc-
rtnc rooms wero irngrnni wun uuw
Mr. nnd Mrs. Howard Hitchcock's "s. hich were constantly arriving
dinner on Thursdnj evening In honor throughout tho day and behind tho
of Mrs. Philip Andrews was a very 'lcbutnnto a banking of palms
pretty affair. Mrs. Hitchcock Is nn ',Klnl whlch rcs,ei1 'P of ros,eB
accomplished musician and dcjlghtcd . nd orchids. Miss Hatch, so he
her guests by playing for them., Mrs. ''"" fT. . .V i
Andrews, so nrmulnr and handsome. , rrcttlcst debutantes ot.the season, and
la being regularly feted by her on
thusIaBtlc friends, who nro very glad
to hae the opportunity ot doing
something In her honor,
Mr. t'rnnk O. Wallace, who arrived
In tho Siberia, will be the guests of
Dr. Ernest Watcrhouse nnd Mr. Krcd.
already a social success. She Is for
tunate In having a mother who pos
sesses tho social Instinct, tor Miss
Hatch's tastes are more for a quiet
II fo and out-door sports. They both
iong for Honolulu and with tho Judge
''will return to Sans Soucl next March
There wero n nifmbcr of Honolulu
people present at the reception, In.
Watcrhouse. He Is manager of a clU(Ung Mr AllBtl8lus ,tnmlgcni'Mr
large rubber plantation In Singapore.
and Mrs. Mcplellan, Governor Frcar,
llr. f!ofpr. former Governor, nnd Mrs.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Jackson, Mr. nud Mrsi 0corRO cartcr, Mrs. Joe Reddy of San
Klshcr and ,Mrs. William K. Taylor KrntlCSC0 Ba PnrBi nn(I mauy othori
wero guests nt Hnlclwa Hotel for a woj known here.
h... il.t.-u 'PI.a Innli.nnn linl'a 1 1, n v . . l
Goddess of Foibles and I-Vsh-
Oh, Fickle One, answer our prayer;
Aro your nltars of exquisite passion
On Nob Hill or near Union Square?
Oh, show ns tho way, wo beseech you,
Insplro us to get In tho swim.
Wo yearn but to wrlgglo und reach
J on ..
From our ranks on tho outermost
Have pity, oh, Swell nnd Exclusive,
Wo want to get under your wing
Is the Fairmont to prestlgo conducive,
Or is tho St. Francis Tho Thing?"
Choral Songs of Doubtful Snobs.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Gcorgo Pavles gave
a charming dinner nt "Tlio Dingle"
on Monday ovcnlng. Crimson, enrnn.
tlnns and ferns mado brilliant' spots
of color on tho exquisitely nppolnted
table, nnd the soft light from tho
palc-grccu candle shades added great
! to tho pretty effect. Ilrldco nnd
chit-chat most agreeably passed the
evening. Tho guests Included Cnp-
tnln and Mrs. Corwln Uccs, Mr. and
Mrs. F. M. Swanzy, Mr. nnd Mrs.
C. ljcdemnnn, Mrs. Iltrney, Miss Wr
it ey, Governor Clegliorn, Mr, David
Mr. and Mrs. F. M, Swajizynnd
Miss Rosamond Hwnnzy have gunb
In tho Volcano for tho holidays. The
Swanzy's wjU bo much" missed, for
their beautiful residence In Cpllego
Hilts Is always u Mecca for their
friends, ami Mrs. Swanzy Ist otnoI of
the most extensive cntcrtaincro as
well na n.vcry popular hostess.
Ono.ot ho gay nnd interesting din
ners of tho week was-glvcn On Wed
nesday (by Mr. and, Mrs. 8. G.,Wlldep
In honor of Mr. Tarn McQrew, who
Is sailing for Paris, France, In tho
Sit'erln, American benuty roocrt, In
dcllrato wjekor baskets clarTorately
few days. The Jackeons have tho
big touring car of Mr Qulnn's and
are much enjoying their visit here,
motoring to tho different points ot In
Miss Nclllo Jndd has taken the resi
dence ot Canon Mackintosh nnd will
occupy It ory soon. She hns been nt
thu Halctwa Hotel for n rar past.
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The Princess Kawanannkoa salted
today In tho Siberia for New York and
eventually Europe. Sho has taken an
apartment In nn exclusive section near
Contrnt Park. Miss llcatrlro Camp
bell alt.o salWd for Ihft Coast to re
enter tho convent school, whero she
is being educated. Miss Marjory
Frceth will accompany her nnd con
tinue her studies. Mrs. Elizabeth
Frecth Is nt tho Diamond head res
denco and will remain with the fain
Twelve covers encircled tho clabor
ately opiiolntcd lablo on Chrjstmas
ovo nt which Mr, anil .Mrs. C. W. Case
Decrlng wero host nnd hostess. A
miniature Clulstnus tico occupied tho
center nnd It literally looked like fairy.
'.and. with Its twinkling lights nnd
beautiful ornaments. At tho base
were bright red holly berries with
their volcty lean's, nnd extending
to each plate fiom this wero broad
Xmas ribbons ot holly wth a qualut
gift attached to tho end. Mysterious
parcels wcro beforo each pinto and tho
favors wcro all Berts of protty trlnk
ets. A'Santn Clans, made of red and
whlto asters, was sunt In with tho
compliments of the chef, when the
Xmas goose camo In, holly laden and
artistically decorated. Tho souvenir
guest cards wero beautifully painted
bccncs from Interior Japan. Mrs
Decrlng wnro n frock which arrived
from Paris on yio last steamer, and
It was exquisite In every detail, and
ery becoming, composed of a rcxl
laco overdress with a slip ot palest
pink, tho overdress hnnglng loosely
front tho shoulders, tho denier crl from
Paris. Empire wreaths of fine roses
and hand nppllquod bow knots of pal
est blue added distinctive touches to,
one of tho prettiest evening frocks In
Honolulu. Mrs. Victor Collins sang
cnchantiiigly, Mr. Clifford Kimball aq
campaiiylng her. Tho guests Included
Mr. und Mrs. Clifford Kimball, Dr. and
Mrs. Victor Collins, Mr, and Mrs. Al
exunder U. Hancs, Jr., Miss Jessie
Kautmnnn, Govornur Clcghorn, Mr.
David Anderhon. (
Mr. Ernest llnrtniann, who has been
for two yonrs In tho Orient, expects to
return to Honolulu on tho tenth of
ncjij. month. , )w . n,i . ,
Understanding Is Reached
But No Treaty
Washington, Dec 14 All Jnpancs"
Immigration' ,to the United Stales Is;
to be stopped by tho Japan-so gm !
fcrnment. When tho Japanese die
meets, a few weeks hence Ilnron Ko
mura, minister of foreign ntfulis w.ll (
make official announcement tint thi
government has decided to prohibit all
.migration to tho United States i In
r. gten ditc. Thus will dlsaiqiear tit .
last rcmnlnlng .dtrfcrence or posslb
cause of trouble between the Unit-
States and Japan
Though the announcement In Tnkju
may be made upon the assumption tin'
tho lapinese ginernment haB volun
tarlly rgrecd up'm this course ni a
matter of fact the decision wa
leached through a'loiuj series of n -gi
ilatlons between Sec.-ct.irv It""' n i
Karon Taknhlra the Jnpuit"( hiuIm
sailor to the Untied States. The onle'
of the Japanese government will pro
hlblt all emigration, but will "of course
leave travel free so that merchant ,
students and tourists from Japan mi)
lslt America at will under tho pats
port agreement with tho United States
, In settling tho Immigration matter
It Is understood there Is no treaty, nm
even an exchange of formal note but
that nono tho less tho so called " el
low peril" Is a ghost laid to rest.
' take a bot- .
you go away h
from home. It
may sao you a long Illness.
you aro not going away, keep It with
you, always, in tho houic.
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Kunawai Lane, 1 Bedroom . .
Nr. Port St. Bridge, 2 B.R..
Nr. Fort St. Bridge, 3 B. R., , 15.00
WAITY BLDQ. 74 S. EdO ST.
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Ono of the .charming dinners of ,0iu
eekflwos glcn Jy, Jfr., npd .'Mrs.
Jsmps Kennedy. on Tuesday, qycnlng
inooor of Mr, anil Mrs. qooko, who
Ji'pVe bijeii1 guests at tho Mpankliqtel.
An enormous piil glass bqwl',qd with
American 'lleauty rosea and maldci)
Iwir occupied tbp center pf, the' table,,
tiii' tlicso beautiful floworsWoro neat.
Wrcd over (bo cloth most artistically.
Tho other guests .Included Mr. and
Mrs. ,C. Hedcmanii, Jdr.' and Mrs. Fred
eric Lowrey, Mr. ami MrsZ. K.' Mers,
Mr. nnd Mrs. ili-' n. ,- " e ,,' r j
Mlbs Harriet Hatch mitdo Bcr debut
In Washington on tho afternoon of Do.
comber 12th. from 5 until 7, at tho Invq.
ly old-fashioned house which Judgp
nnd Mrs. Hatch hava taken on Ilhnde
Island inenuo for tho season, Mrs.
Hatch nnd Miss Hatch wcro assisted
by a number of ladles socially prom.
The engagement of Miss I.aura
Wells, the brilliant daughter of Mr
and Mrs. C. 11. Wells of Walluku, to
W. II. 11. Fowler, assistant city ed
itor of the San Francisco Chronicle
has been tho subject of many congrat
Mr. and Mrs. James Cockburn gave
a Jolty houso party at Hanaumn, Day,
the country place of the Scotch con
tingency, from Saturday until Mon
day. Among those present wero Judge
and Mrs. Stanley, Miss Krupp, Daron
ess Molmalson, Miss Dullcn, Mr. Hor-
ton, Mr. Jamteson.
Everybody Is looking forward to
tho Now Ycar'H ball to be given at the
Moana hotel. From year to ear this
has becomo an institution and Is al
ways attended by all Honolulu. The
first ono und,cr Mr. Peacock's reign
with Mr, Hcrtsche very much to the
front will never be forgotten. For
gaycty and fun nothing like it has
ever been seen In Honolulu.
Mrs. Herman Ashley-Robertson, who
is being so much entertained will re
main on for some time longer nt tho
Moana hotel. She Is a charming wo
man and has. hosts of friends here.
r- , , Wii
Mr. James Wilder Is supposed to
fsall In the Siberia, today, .to Join f.Mrd.
Wilder In Chicago,,, They may be
away for two years.
Mr. Tarn McGrcw Vss one of the
bright particular Btars at Mrs. 'James
Castlo's informal tea yesterday. He
sailed today In the Siberia and In
tends making his home In Paris
Franco, much to the regret ot his fain,
lly, and friends. y
Mr. and Mrs. Will Castle also Railed
today, tor Boston. They came on ex
pressly for tho wedding. and have quite
enjoyed their visit here. A trip to
tho Volcano was includod in their
Mr. James D, Stcdson, who is cr.
route for San Francisco In the Siberia
wns entertained at Xmas dinner by
Mrs. Hawes, Sr., at Sans Soucl. In
tho evening ho gavo a dinner In honor
of MIsb Jessie Knurmnmit.who is n
guest at Sans Soucl.
' On Monday evening, January 4, p
bevy of young society girls will glvo
o ball at the Alexander Young botol
Sovernl society matrons will ch a per
nio tho affair, which will be very ex
Tho hop at tho Beaslde last evening
was an unqualified success and the
Moana hotel, .brilliantly Illuminated,
was a mucn iroqiiomeu place, -j no uiu
ing room was crowded with tourists In
tent nn a good dinner, and tho walk
to mo pier was a favorite recreation,
tho prumenade being lighted on either
Among those who sailed today 'wcro
Mr, D. W. Cooke, Mr. and Mrs. Jack
son, and Mr. and Mrs. llryanL. Mrs.
Cooke .will go to th'o Hotel Pleasanton
for tho, season.
Ono of tho sights ofdho week was
(ho Xmas tree erected, on,. tho vacant
spacemen 'jllfhop sircct, .opposite, tho
Young, hotel, for tho poor children of.
Honolulu, donated by Mr, Jackson
Mr, Drya"n nnd several other tourlBts
Thu jouncsters all looked happy and
each one carried off at least three
gifts, Thu cats wero crowded with
Is tho best family medicine ynu cau
hayo. A thorough cntirso of treat
ment with it makes good red blood,
brings tho old color back to the lips,
fills out tho checks, und gives tho
glow of perfect health.
Perhaps you sutler from the on
fceblliig effect of a prolonged spelt of
warm woilher. If so. Am r's Strsapa
rllla will i i i I
you r.'ii ! ' '
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parilla runtiiiin no utcoiiit.
There are many imitation
Be sure you get "AYER'S."
FrtM I, Dr. J. C. Aiir 1 C, , tfi't. Mm , U.S..
ATinS TILLS, the Sett hmtlr Uitl,e.
Superintendent of Public Work
Campbell has ordered the pipe needed
to bring tho water to the Knllhl park
to that It can be Irrigated. Fifty dol
tars of tho amount ncded for tills
rurpose will come from a fund raise,
some time ago and in tho custody of
A. L. C. Atkinson.
the children nnd their toys. Each girl
received n doll, btg of candy and
masque, and tho bos, to)s suitable
for them, besides thq excitement ot the
tree and tho pleasure of listening to
the band. Tho eager little faces, bright
with anticipation, must hnvc been a
wonderful and .Inspiring sight to the
good nnd noble men who thought "f
such a delightful way of making the
children enjoy Xmas day.
The 'on t'v Xmas dinner of Dr. and
Mr It. i1. included thu Tenn.
M-s Mli Hum iiiK ,1,1,1 l, i Mi'ie I
peoprc. it was a. very gij amor u ,.
the table and tice were bcaunf.'i
decorated,. the truo Xmas spirit sein
ing to breathe forth through tho flow
ers, so characteristically wcro the
Christmas dinners and children's
trees have been all the rage this
week, and everybody seems to hnvo
bad a glorious good time, Even tho
older ones allow themselves a llttlo
relaxation during the holidays, and
romping games after dinner have at
tracted young and old alike. Judge
and Mrs. William Stanley entertain
ed a large company at dinner lott
evening, and the holly-covered table,
the Christmas greens'and flowers, to
say nothing ot the mechanical tojs
which squeaked and barked In wild
est glee, adding to tho merriment ot
all .present, was but a fitting pre
lude to the games which followed tho
delicious dinner. On the lanal every
body romped to. their heart's content,
and at a late hour tbe host and host
ess were, bidden a reluctant "Good
bye." Among those present were
Lady Heron, Mr. and Mrs. Lange,
Mrs. Vincent Kltcnt. Mr. nnd Mis.
Dantord, Miss Anna Danford, Miss
Katie Hucllngs, Mr. and Mrs. C. W,
Case-Deering, Dr. and Mrs. Victor
Collins,' Dr. and Mrs. Hoffmann, Dr.
Armltage, Mr. David Anderson, and
Christmas dinner at "Kunnlu," the
Diamond Head residence of tho Jas.
Castles, wns n very delightful event.
Roses In silver Jardlulerps formed the
centerpieces nnd the guests included
Mrs. Allan White, Dr. nnd Mrs. Wal
ter Ilrinckorhoff Miss Anna Paris,
the Misses. White, Count dq 8. Can
navurro, Mr. Andrew Adams,
Dr. and Mrs. Charles Cooper had
a Christmas tree, for their three chil
dren and' several guests. To see the.
Joy and excitement of the UHle ones
as Santa Claus gave them their pres
ents was a revelation in this blase
ngo. A Christmas dinner followed
In 'the afternoon, so the llttlo ones
could be present. Miss lieu Taylor,
who has been tho guest ot the Coop
ers, was obliged to. sail for Maul on
ChrlBtmas morning, muqh to tho re
gret of everybody.
Mr. Curzon Usborno was Sant
Claus at tho Herbert Mists, on Ma
klkl street, and regular old-fnshloncd
frolic, was Indulged In, ,
Mrs. WH H. Tnjlor Is spending her
Christinas with Mr. and Mrs, I,. Mc-
Qandlcss, who hnd a fascinating tree
for Ixiy, the young daughter of th-3
Mr, and Mrs, Conatabel have leased
the hl:t.i I' i evidence of thu lute Prin
cess Kalulanl, Governor Cleghoru's iWEEJJON'b
PAYMENT OF WATER RATES.
As piovlded for In Chapter 15 nr
the Hovled Laws of Hawaii. 190u,
II pe sons holding water privileges
nr thoro p.ilng water rates aro he e
by notified that the water rates fop
the Six (G) months ending June
30th, 1909, will be due nnd payable
on the First day of January, 1909.
On all such rates remaining unpaid
on January Kith, 1909, an additional
charge, ot 10 per cent, will bo made
All privileges upon which rates re
main unpaid jn February luth. 1909,
are sub'ect to Immediate shut oft
without further notlic.
Itiit n e iHYibto nt the olflcc of
the ll'V' I fl " V TFTi WOItlCS.
C. pit. 1 il ir-K
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WiitPi Wmki ! i
We wish You all
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