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EVENING BtlLLETIN, H0N0MJL, T. It., SATURDAY, ArniUAVlJ'M'- .--'
Ornamehtal Iron Gates, Lawn Furniture,
Settees, Chairs, etc.
In All Materials known to the Trade
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OUR STOCK the LARGEST in the Islands
Hawaiian Iron Fence and Monument Works, Ltd.,
176-178 South King Street, Honolulu, T.H.
H. E, Hendricks, Pres.
FIRE and BURGLAR PROOF VAULTS and
EQUIPPED WITH TIME LOCKS AND THE LATEST APPLIANCES.
SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES
Steel Office Furniture
Bank and Office Copper Railings a Specialty
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STRUCTURAL & ORNAMENTAL
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J. A. FAY'& EOAN CO., CINC INNATI, OHIO; WOOD WORKING
CENTRAL FOUNDRY CO., NEW YORK; "UNIVERSAL PIPE."
THE W. H. MULLINS CO., SA LEM. OHIO. ARTISTIC MTALrv,
WORK. STEWART IRON WORKS CO. CINCINNATI.
Mr nruco Cartwrlclil .Ir, inter-'
talned a few guests at dinner on Weil
nesclaj emlng nt the Akx.mdci
Young hotel. Including Mr ami Mis
James Judd and Mr and Mrx Robert
Mr and Mrs Augustus Knndttn
sailed In thu Mongolia for a trli lo
tho exposition and elsewhere. Tliev
will both bo greatlj missed. Mr. and
Mrs. I'rlc Knudsen are at tllo l'loas
ontnn, where they will remain lor sc
oral weeks. Mrs. Trancls (5ay of
Kaitai Is also In town and will remain
for a short time
Mr. mid Mrs. C Hulemann nrrhcd
In the Mongolia and will sail at once
for tho Eastern States I ntho Teno
Miss Alice Iledemuim and Dr. l'erdl
nand Hcdemann, who hno been In
Denmark, arc expected to nrrhe In
May. Dr. Hedcmann may practice
here, having paid particular attention
to children's diseases.
Mr. Charles Atherton mado his first
trip to thu Volcano on Tuesdi, which
Is rather remarkable as ho was Ivni
here. Ho took a partj of frlcndi with
Mrs. Allan Uottomley gao a pretty
luncheon for Mrs V K Taj lor, Mrs
Ernest Wnterhoueo, Mrs Ix-wton llrnlu
and Mrs. Hawes on Wednesday.
A beautiful luncheon was clcn nt
tho Alexander Young Hotel on 1'ildu
by MrB. Francis (Jay, of Kauai, In lion
or of Mrs. Ashe, and Miss Dcntler, rf
San rranclsco. A cloth of violets and
ferns cocred the tnblo and a cut glass
bowl held many moro. Cordages of
violets wero at each place nnd tho
name cards wero works of art. Mrs.
Guy wore a confection of whlto lace,
and her accessories wero In loltt
tones, tho chapenu being white with
wreaths of flowors In pastel shades 't
was a most becoming toilette The
guests Included Mrs Ernest Moss, Mrs
Alonzo Oartley, Mrs Eric Knudsueof
Kaunl, Miss Elston, Miss Uooko Rntto,
Miss Margarot Walker, Miss Holorlo
Nasturtiums wero tho decorations
nt tho dinner given by Judge and Mia.
Sidney Ballon on Thursday oi cuing.
They wore oxqulsltely nrranged nil 1
tho tall candles caso a very becoming
light over tho perfectly appointed
tabic. MrB. Iiallou has only Just re
covered from n severe Illness, but Mio
is looking remnrkably well. Other
guests Included Mr. and Mrs. Eilc
Knudscn, Miss Clara Carpenter who
Is staying In tho house, u pretty Kill
from I.os Angeles Miss Norn Stur
geon, I.leut l'nrdep, U S N , and Cap
tain Iklght. llrldgo occuplid ever)
bod during the I'ttiilng.
Among thu many delightful festiv
ities In honor of Mrs Atkins, who
sailed In thu Mongolia this ino-nliu,
was tho dinner which Cnptilu and
Mrs Moses of tho N'nwil Station gm
on Thursdu) evening IMnk mul white
carnations and greens weru urtlstlc.il
1 iirr'iK(d nnd Mrs Atkins was more
fascinating, It possible, than eer E.
prbod regrets her going, und she
thoroughly lilent Ifloil herself with Ho
nolulu society Other guests Included
Mr. and Mrs. Eric Knudsen, Mnjor and
Mrs Wadhams, Mrs. d'Orango, M.
Gladding, who camo a short time ago
to accompany Mrs. Atkins homo, and
Mrs Montnguo Cooko was tho host
ess of n tin on Thursday In honor of
1'ostmaBter and Mrs, I'ratt gavo an
elaborate dinner at tho Mouna hotel
on Wednesday In honor of Mr. and
Mrs. Hord, Mr Ooro and Mr. Anthony.
Mr Gibbons and Miss Lydla Gib
bons are at tho Moana hotel. Miss
Gibbons Is an artistic looking girl who
d leases In tho latest and most efteclho
htjlo of Dlrtctulro.
Miss Ada Rhodes, who always en
tertains well, gao a dinner on Thurs
day In honor of Mrs. Francis Guy.
Among thoso present wero Miss Mar
garet Wulker, Miss Bendor, Mrs. Ashe,
Miss 1) Hose, Lieut. Pardco, Mr, Arth
ur Mackintosh. Mr. Mackintosh took
tho party on to the theater, where n
most enjoyable, opening was spent.
.Mr and Mrs If. Howard Hitch
cock's dinner on Thursday evening,
was a vory pleasant affair and tho
tablo was lovely with Its decorations
of cut flowers nnd greens. Among tho
guests wero Dr. nnd MrB. James Judd,
Mr. und Mrs. Gerrlt Wilder.
Mr and Mrs H. J. Campbell wero
tho host and hostess of an elaborate
and beautiful dinner on Wednesday In
honor of Mr und Mrs I.nnz, who aro
soon balling for tho Coast, Mr I.uii
going to Genuuny ond Mrs I.anz tak
lng tho chlldieu to be educated
Govcmoi Ido, tho newly appointed
minister to Spain, gavo a dinner on
March 31st. Ills guests wero Senator
Warren, General and Mrs. Edwards,
Mr. and Mrs. Burko Cochrane, Mr. and
Mrs. Harold Sewall, Mr. and Mrs. F.
M, Hatch, and tho delegate from the
Philippines. Tho tablo decorations
wero American Beauty roses and
Lansing Mlzncr, the brother of Ad
illson Mlzncr, Is coming with Mr Wil
liam Irwin on May Sth and will sflonil
tho summer hero ns his guest. Ho I'.
n popular and well known club mail
nnd society man of San Francisco.
Captnln and Mrs. Langfltt of Wash
ington, so well known hero, gavo nn
oBter roast for Mr. and Mrs. Harold
Scwall and Mr. nnd Mrs. F. M. Hatch
recently. Tho guests went down to
tho cellar and partook of tho feast
from a pine tnblo covorcd with white
oil cloth. At each plato was an oyster
opener and thick pieces of cloth to
hold tho hot oysters. A sauco of molt
ed butter, lemon and spices was served
with them. After eating all they could
everybody went up stairs, whero a cold
supper wns served. It was a jolly af
fair. Major Langfltt came to Hono
lulu with tho N. Y. Volunteers und was
Mr. Henry L. Tllseley has accepted
tho Invitation of tho Chamber of Com
merce to act as a dolegato at tho forth
coming Congress of Chambers of Com
merco of tho Emplro at Sydney. Mr:
Rlsoloy was proposing to go a long
trip which would Include Australia, at
an earlier season thnn tho autumn, and
ho has agreed to defer his doparturo
In order lo meet tho wishes of tho
Chamber of Commerce. Ho will, how
ever, Bet out In good tlmo, ns ho In
tends to cross tho Dominion of Canada
and to visit several places beforo
Mr, Illsclcy wns horo not long ago
nnd will como again In tho near fu
Tho Alexandor Young Hotel loung
lng room Is a very gay place on Friday
afternoons for tho guests after receiv
ing thcro and ten Is served from little
tables. Yesterday a guest took advant
age of this and sho had ovor twenty
cullors. Tho vlows, flno air and ploas
ant surroundings muko this form of en
tertainment a pleasant chango from
tho usual calls.
The I'uupueo Tennis Club gavo
a ery pleasant danco In tho
dlnlngroom of tho Moana hotel
on Friday cunlng. Tho room wns ur-
tlstlctlly strung with Wisteria and
greens, a dainty effect being' produced
by this hanging Many oung people
turned out und socially It wns n de
cided success Miss Allco Cobper wa
tho originator of tho nffnlr, and sho Is
president of tho club. Tho Mongolia
being In port, tho Iannis wero lined
wllh women In tcry fashionable
Cards are out as follows: Mr. and
Mrs. Jumes W Robertson request tho
pleasure of 5 our 'company at tho mar
rlago of their daughter, Rose Hilda, to
Mr, William S. Chllllngworth on Thurs
day eu'nlug, April tho twent -ninth at
eight o'clock. St. Andrews' Cathedral.
Mrs. A. B. Ingalls' recital will bo giv
en at the resldcnca of Mrs. Frcar about
tho 13th of next month.
Mrs. Rcluno Rodanet announces tho
engagement of her daughter, Allco C.
Todd Rodanet, to Mr. rted J. Asch.
Mrs. Rces Is greatly missed from
all tho festivities of tho week and her
friends hopo sho will soon bo well
enough to go out.
Additional Social News on Page 14
Chas. R. Frazier
fhone 371. 122 King St
GEO. S. WELLS, MgT.
HOTEL ST. PHONE 191.
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