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New Goods Are Arriving Fast
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Llfo Is a voyage to a foreign country
Which lies across the sea beyond our view,
Where Joys untold and pleasures new await us, '
And where our brightest dreams will all come true.
The soul a ship, steered by a skillful Pilot,
Whose voice the wind and waters both obey,
The course beyond His watchful eye dlscerneth,
And sees the rocks and quicksands In our way.
Hope is the vessel's anchor when the tempest
Is driving her upon a rocky shore
And clinging fast with her strength and power,
She safely breasts the waves, and drifts no moro.
Faith Is the starlight, Its clea r prcsenco lightens
The gloom about our path when hope departc;
It lifts lis from the depths of desolation,
And courage gives to sorely troubled heatrs.
Love Is the glorious sunlight of the vessel; ,
When life's long night gives place to daylight's dawn,
Love sheddcth light and war mth nnd power upon ms, .(r
And sweetest comfort too, Is then Indrawn.
For heaven, as well beloved po rt Is nearlng,
And dear ones, waiting, sta nd upon the shore,
'Until at Inst, our vessel safely anchored,
We meet them face to face, our voyage o'er! .
FIIAXCES K. GJLLET.
will be a passenger next
week on the "Makura." She
will visit the Seattle Fair
and then spend tho early
-Fall months In Los Angeles. In the
.Spring she will go East and to Eu
rope for several months spending
iiome time In London and Paris be
fore Journeying on to Obcr-Ammer-tiau
to witness the Passion Play at
Birthday At Kalae.
Oreen arc the hills at Kalae,
And this la the reason why,
Tho rain, It la never bye
But dally falling, falling.
And so' it fell, and the grass was
green, not to say wet on Mr. Henry
R, Meyer's lawn, but we were all
there under the big tent and no com
Plaints from the thirty and more
mouths present. How could they com
plain under the circumstances? It
was on August 1st wo all gathered at
(he luau given In honor of tho third
birthday of Miss Victoria Qoodhue,
and many were the good wishes re
ceived by tho winsome little maiden
on that occasion. The tablo simply
groaned under all the good things of
an old-tlmo luau, prepared In Mrs.
Meyorn' Inimitable style, and a little
more of birthday cako and candles.
The guests, besides Mr. and Mrs. H.
B.. Meyer and family, Mr. nnd Mrs.
Otto 8. Meyct and family, Mr. and
-Mrs. A. A. Meyer and family, were:
JMrs. Oedge with Miss Barbara. Grey
nd house-part-; Mrs. 0. P. Cooko,
from Kauluwal and house-party; Miss
Sobey, J. D. McVeigh, Jr., and of
course Dr. W, J., and Mrs. Goodhue
jttnd tho three-year-old daughter.
' A very Jolly and pleasant affair was
the reception given on Wednesday at
ternoon from three tp five, by Mrs. S.
iW. Wilcox, at, their beach houso at
Papalsnahoa, in honor of tho two ,
' brides whose weddings have boen re-;
centiy celebrated, Mrs. Gaylonl W11-'
, cox and Mrs. Charles Wilcox, says the
: Garden Island. The guests of honor i
1 looked charming In their (wedding
Njrowna and received tho "Aloha" of
;rtbelr many friends from thoir station
A Wealth of New Goods arriving by every steamer.' Tnese; goods were person
" ally selected by our Mr. Sachs, who is now in New Ydrjk- picking up the newest
conceits in the world of fashion, as well as standard lines, forSfeveiy department. Mr.
Sachs has been engaged in this work for the past two months and the new goods now
arriving are the first of his selection. v ' N
The expert buying knowledge of -ourr. Sachs is ample assurance to our patrons
that they will have the very latest andihq best that, the world's' markets afford.
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In a lovely bower of maidenhair and
Pink carnations on a corner of the
. lPac'0US, '.a.nal The mothers of one
ut the brides and ono of the" bride
grooms, Mrs. A, S. Wilcox and Mrs. S.
W. Wilcox, received the guests and
introduced them to the young couples,
as they stood In their bower covered
retreat. The Introductions over, tho
afternoon was spent In conversation,
which was Interrupted, at InUrvuIa.'by
Bonio very pleasing selections on the
piano, rendered by Mrs. II. Itohrlg and
Miss Agnes Wlckstrum, both of whom
are very talented artists. Besides
these, there wero charming native
songs by a quintet of Hawaiian girls
of this neighborhood, which occupied
the time until serving of tho delicious
refreshments, later in the afternoon.
Over fifty guests were present, rep
icsentlng all tho districts of Kauai
besides a number from the other Is
lands. Two stories of the new hat come
appropriately to hand. The teller
of the first one says that he and his
frlents were dining at a fashionable
restaurant when tho Bwlng door
opened and the hat appeared, vague
ly. "Oh, what a lovely hat," sighed
the woman. Her companion turned
to watch and criticize and there
were enough was a fashlonablo hat
walking through to tho stairs. "But
when we looked a second time it
was a man with a basket of potatoes
balanced on his head!"
The other story is from the
Youth's Companion and may bo
quoted In full. A milliner who
works In a large city says that one
day a woman came Into the storo
very much excited and wanted the
trimming on her new hat changed.
She said it had been trimmed on the
wron gslde. "But," said the sales-
J man "tho trimming Is on the left
side. That is. where It ought to be.
"it doesn't make any difference
whether It ought to bo In front, or
back, or right or left, .Its got to bo
on tho church side." "Church side!"
gaspod the astonished girl, "Ycr
church side! Is It right next to the
wall in church and I'm not going to
hnvo all that trimming next the
wall. I want It on tho other sldo,
so the whole congregation can see
It." The trimming was promptly
placed on the "church side" of the
hat. "Tho Argonaut.
Philip Marvel who has been tho
guest of Gilchrist Hatch at "San
HoucI" for several weeks Is leaving
on the "Manchuria" next week, for
his home in Atlantic City, N. J. ,
The Chronlclo says: Miss Wllhc-I-
mlna lenney of Honolulu, has re
turned to town after
m after a brief .visit
Accompanied by hcr
mother she came up from the Islands
a rew weeks ago ano since ner au-
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Ing a thoroughly enjoyable time.
She I. an enthusiastic go Iter, and
Tahoe has been replete with pleas-
ure on the links and In the beautl-
fut country surrounding the lake.
The Tenneys brought their own ma-
chine which Miss Tenney handles
with great cleverness and dash.
She Is a girl of charming personal -
Ity, and has the brilliant coloring last Saturday at a snirt waist luncn- nome )n cinclnnntl about the first
nnd reddish gold hair which is lr- eon at her attractive, home nt Kal- of September
reslstably attractive. At the con- mukl. Tho luncheon table, which '
elusion of her visit In Son Francisco was very prettily adorned with u. H. and Ashford Austin will
she will go on to Newport News coryopsls, was set In the nrtlstlo icavo 0I1 tne (enln of Augug for
Where she win christen the new dining room. The guests spent a Cornell University, via Vancouver.
Matson navigation boat which will delightful afternoon playing brldgo -Hnio" wm uo mSSC(j Kohala so
be launched there next month. on the lanals, which commanded a caI and musical circles. Ashford
magnificent view of tho sea, and tho haB bccn at punanou for several
Mj, and Mrs. Reml P. Schwerln, mountains. Those present were: ycargi wncre he ma(j0 a fine record
their son and their daughter, Mrs. Mrs. Kennedy, Mrs. Rlggs, Mrs. Wnt- for scholarship. Wo expect them to
Julius Kruttschmltt and Miss Re- son, Mrs. Paxton, Mrs. Bird, Mrs. taK0 ngn rnnl ,n Cornei, and fUy
becca Kruttschmltt, Mr. and Mrs.
Henry Foster Dutton. and Miss
Maude O'Connor will sail together
today on the steamship "Korea" for
Honolulu where they will spend
several weeks In a purely social way.
They have all thoroughly "done"
the Islands before, so this trip will
not be devoted to sightseeing, but
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rather to greeting old friends nnd
acquaintances. Examiner of July
j Mr.' Sotiwcrln nnd party are oc-
I cupylng cottages at the Seaside Ho-
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Mr.K. Rocndahl of.Hana, Maul, waif
In Honolulu .during tho week, having
come to meoThls wlfo who returned ,' quests. Miss Helen Macfarlane of Hc
to Honolulu In the Alameda after a noIl,lu- Ml8 EJIth ". Mlss-Hotal-delightful
visit of some four mouths ln8 and Mr. and Mrs. C- M. Smith,
en the Coiitt-. Accomnanvlnir Mrs. mnle "P on .automobllo party who
Roendan gt hcr B8tcr MiB '0.
t --.i.. . RXn p-AnrlBm hnr win hn
th. haM,,a&mt .. H.n. fo; fnllr .!
five monlh; Mr noendahl received
inr,l nf l.l.-m;lfn nn.l olator'o arrival
, , , , come w
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and WMlljshted with-what she saw
HncJuhi yesterday. The Roendahl
J" J?ftJMt e,ven'nB '" the C1,mlln0
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. ". .. n. Meyers enicriainea
Mrs. Z. Ki. Meyers entertained
Lackland and Mrs. John McClelland,
Miss Katharine Goodson, who re-
centiy gave a piano recital in liono-
lulu, has been awarded tho very high
( distinction of having been made a
I Follow of tho Royal Academy of
' Music, London, The number of Fel-
lows has always been strictly limited
A Great Book-Just Received
By Vaughan Cornish
Member Royal Geographical and Chemical Societies,
A compact, comprehensive, and im
partial account of this great work by a
well-known English Geographer. With
maps, illustrations, charts, etc. The
best work on the subject yet published.
Brown & Lyon Co., Ltd.
to one hundred, and tho honor'fo but
rarely bestowed on a woman. It. Is
therefore pleasant to record that tho"
oldcst English Institution of musical
art has thus honored this young Eng
lish artist of 'world-wldo fame.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry St. Goar, their
daughters Erna and Helen, and their
I'ont tho week-end at Aetna Springs.
" Elizabeth Hardaway.jtalcce
?UI UOClur- JllClireW. WnO CBmB ITOm
1VI 11UIUU IU dllli:illUUll IU UO preSCni
at ine marriage ol ,ner sister to
on the "Siberia
rectly to Kansas
the guest for
Brayton Graff at her home on Tort
race Ave. Miss Hardnway will stop
at St. Louis, for a few days on her
wny Ea.t and w,n rCtUrnto her
maintain tho fine reputation that
i Island boys have gained In Eastern
colleges, both In studies and athle
tics. Kohala Midget.
Dr. and Mrs. John 8. McGrew de-r
parted very hurriedly last Sunday
on the steamship "Siberia," on a
pleasure trip to California. Thoy
. i1 '
"ill - '
, wasfa..pssengorw"mnv,uio.Buc plmw,(( -AflJirlen-lrhutorlai-if'H!lulu
." She will go" Aii't ,t ' " "' has been thV Client "for snvnral wnoVn
a fortnight of Mrs, "Mauna Kca" on Tuesday for Hllo. Bfln R,ril'e,Crtroh,jL1 .
will Join Mrs. Cooper In San Fran-
Cisco and may bo away several
Mrs. W. W. Hall and
family relumed to town on Monday' Mrs- S' .iVM.qrsc, w of A01
from Pearl City and are again doml- Mor80 ' "e American-Hawaiian
died' in their Nuuanu Avcnuo real-lBtcmh,J' Co. with hor two children
The Annual Banquet of the Bar
Association of Honolulu will be the
T""" "'"- purchased the Wclkcr home lnMa
elcomlng Federal ' .. , ',.. i,.HV'Lm.
occasion for -w
vwnich will be given at tne Alexan-
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One of four Journalists wnlklng
around the world, Prof.iLouls Bat-
tell, 'an Italian, will 'arrive In Ho
nolulu some time next month. The
object of the tramp Is to study social,
political and Industrial conditions
for a scientific research society of
New York. From here, wljh one or
two other Journalists, Battelll will
proceed to Japan, Korea, Asia and
Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Prosscr and
Miss Thatcher, sister of Mrs. Pros
ser, went up to Kauai on Tuesday
on the "Klnau." They will be away
about two weeks and on their return
will spend two months at. Walkikl,
occupying the Macfarlane cottage
next to tho residence of Mr. Alexan
der Young. , .' '
-- Dr.'H. A. Griffiths, president of Oahu
College, Honolulu, - accompanied by
Mrs,, Griffiths, left on Saturday on the
Overland Limited for Worcester.
Mass., whero they will spend Dr. Grif
fiths' sabbatical year with relatives
thoro. Blnco their arrival from the
Islands they have spent a pleasant In
terval In San Francisco. Chronlclo.
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Maurer and
Mrs. .Maurer's sister Mrs. Edwin
Gray wero among those departing
last Sunday In the Siberia. They
are returning to their home In
Berkeley, after a delightful visit In
Dr. Chas. B, Cooper gave a de
lightful children's party last Satur
day afternoon, entertaining ,a large
number of children at his beach
house beyond Diamond Head. Tho
occasion was the ninth anniversary
of little Bryant "Cooper's birth.-'
Mr. Michael Jameson of Bishop
& Co, Is leaving next Tuesday on
the "Makura" for Victoria to Join
his .nance 'Miss Bullen. The "mar
riage of Mr. Jameson and Miss Bul
len wlll'occur In September. "
Chief Justice Alfred S. Hartwell
or 'Hawaii, with his daughter Mrs:
Alfred T. Hartwell and grand
daughter Miss Mary Hartwell, has
come' over from Honolulu for a vfslt.
S. F, Examiner.
Mr. Archibald Young and family
have moved out to Walkikl for a
few weeks wlillo their house In
town Is being remodelled. They aro
at the Alexander; Young residence on
. Mr. nnd Mrs. Clarence Olson have
Clly"hnd will -be n, II. T. Hayseldert left on thff-0 vrUfc )&&!&. . h" , at
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removed from the5 Westervelt h,buso
to the house formerly occupied by
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Ross, In Manoa
went up to San Francisco on tho
"Siberia." . p
Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Rled ford" have
r, - ."' ii-:-'-v' C "
li,01 3-.''ril-irJ'UT- Uir..
" niw.-u iiuiu vucu uwuio uii.an-
wfllO StreCt ''''''t
- ,v .j. j. ., At
. Miss 'Maude, Jordon Is expected
honrc,, nejft jVoek on tho "Marnma"
after a; delightful vacation of sev
eral jweckBjspeud. in, Victoria.
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i. Dr.i'ndMr. Benjamin '-P., Brodlo
of-.Detcolt, 'Michigan, came down-pn
the "Korea" and aro'staying- at'the
Miss Starblrd eft on Tuesday on
the "Maujia .Kea." for a trip to 'the
Volcano. She Is expected back to-
Mr. S'.,M. Jlamon Is leaving next
week on tho VManchur'la,"'to place
hlOTori" Douglass In an "Eastern
school. - " ''
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.Mr. 'and Mrs. F. T. P. Water
house, son and daughter went to
Kauai Tuesday on tho steamer "Kl
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Richardson
are occupying. tho-.WIchman summer
homo on, the other side of the Island.
Doctor R.'H. -Dlnegar, wife and
two children left on the "Siberia"
on a vacation to the Coast.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam. Monsarrat were
departing passengers on thejH'Hilo
nlan" on Tuesday.
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Doctor N. B. Emerson was a) coa'sl
ward bound passenger, on tho."Hllo
nlan" on Tuesday.. )
Colonel Fitch' was nn outgoing
passenger . on tho "Hllonlan" . on
MrB.'.Gcorgo Herbert, Miss Roalo
Herbert arid 'Master Oeorgo Herbert
bre vl'sltinBMlss Helen Wilder at
Watsonville, California. Dr. Herbert
has continued his Journey eastward.
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