Search America's historic newspapers pages from - or use the U.S. Newspaper Directory to find information about American newspapers published between 1690-present. Chronicling America is sponsored jointly by the National Endowment for the Humanities external link and the Library of Congress. Learn more
title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, August 14, 1909, 3:30 EDITION, Page 13, Image 13',
meta: 'News about Chronicling America - RSS Feed',
Image provided by: University of Hawaii at Manoa; Honolulu, HI
All ways to connect
Inspector General |
External Link Disclaimer |
' $ 7?. . -. fc - . EVENING D01AET1N, HONOLOLO. T. H 8ATUIIHAY, AUO. II. 1 90D. ' ' ' r1 ; " 13
This simply -shows that the Wales is the best adding machine made or else Mr. Boyer and his associates wouldn't try to gain con
trol of the company tnat manufactures it.
They know how many advantages it has over other adding machines. And just to let you see also, the merits'of the Wales, we
will let you give one a free 30-day competitive test. Use it for 30 days without paying a penny.
.t . i.. i
"; l ii
(' Dr. A.' C.'Wall was'shiong tho arrlv-
als Tuesday on tho Mauna loa.
x'v - rw- tr"''
Mrs. 8. K. Damon nnd children
-moved today from Walklkl to their
homo at Moanalua,
Mr. William G. Irwin and Mr.'l-ans-Ing
Mltner, returned today on the Man
na Kea from a trip to Hawaii.
' - Mr. and Mrs. Jack Warren have
moved Into the temporary cottage
erected on tbolr lot on I.unalllo street.
und. will occupy It until their now
home Is built.
Mr. James D. Castle Is expected
homo from the East on tho twenty
fourth. Mrs. Castle, although much
'Improved in health will remain away
somo time longer.
'Captain Snyder, Marino Corps, who
has made many warm friends whllo
stationed In Honolulu, Is leaving on
tho Transport' Shorldan for service in
Mr. and Mrs! Harry Macfarlauo are
entertaining over Sunday at Ahumanu
Mr, and' Mrs. Schwerln, Mr, and Mrs.'
Button', Mr, and Mrs. Julius Krutt
schnltt, Mr, and Mrs. de Young, and
the Misses de Young,
Mr, and Mrs. T. Field, who are
FOR EVERY HOUSEKEEPER
Easy Way To Rid the House of
Cockroaches, Rats, Mfce etc.
At Is the easiest thing In the world
to rid the house of, rats, mice, cock
roaches, waterbugs, etc., by using tlw
old reliable Stearns' Electrio Rat and
Roach Paste, which has, been on the
market for thirty years.
It Is ready mixed for use and as It
Is In paste form, there Is no powder to
blw awa and get Into food.
.1 Sea that every package bears the
signature of J, J, Jharneyv and then
ynu will got tlm genuine; tho only
Buarauteed exterminator; ihUjoulj ono
'Vrs.:ivS.'ilM . "i
B aH aw aH H ' aH TB
& M Atv H H . A
Adding and Listing
N FEBRUARY 6th, Judge Halsey, of Equity Court, Luzerne County, Pennsylvania, handed
Boyer, President of the
guests at tho Plcasanton, aro booked
to depart next week on the Manchuria.
Tbny have becn traveling for thrco
ears, and are now on their wuy to
England, on a tour around tho world.
Dr. Oscar Cloos and Mrs. Cloos
leao on the Siberia August 30th to
mako a tour of tho world. Mrs. Cloos
and her Bon camo ddwn from tho
Coast two months ago with Mrs. C.
Hodemnnn and havo been her guestn
at Walklkl whllo In Honolulu.
A farowell dinner party was given
by Captain Snyder and Lieut. Willis
of the Marine Corps, at their quarters
In tho Efllngcr homo, Manoa valloy,
Monday evening, the former officer bo
Ing ordered to leave for Manila on the
Mr. and Mrs. J. Dawson Hawkins of
Colorado Springs, who havo been slay
ing nt tho Moana hotel for somo woeks,
are leaving on Jho Manchuria for their
homo In Colorado. They aro charmed
with Honolulu and havo found that'lts
attractions exceed all their expecta
Mrs. C. S. liolloway entertained In
a delightful manner Wednesday even
ing, giving a delicious pol supper in
honor of Douglas Damon, who leaves
on the Manchuria to attend school at
Audover, Mass. Ten of his most Intl-
where your druggist will refund your
money it II docs not do tho work.
Apply Stearns' Electric I'aste at
night, In sinks, pantries, otc, and In
tho morning you can sweep up a pan
ful of dead cockroaches.
Use It whoro there are rats and
mice, and after eating It,' they will run
out of doors to die.
All reliable druggists soil Stearns'
Electrio Paste; 2 oz. box 25c, 16 oj.
box $1.00, or 'sent express prepaid.
Btunilih' Hloctrlc I'astn Co., OlileuHgn,
' ( '
."! If- '
mnto friends wcro present and a cry '
pleasant ovenlug was spent ny tho
joutig people. I
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Chance of Purls,
tnlcrtnlnod In a charming manner nt,
tho Young Hotel last evening. Covets
who laid lor eighteen guests, most of
whom attended tho danco In the lull
loom afterwords. Mrs. Cliunco ami
her husband uru so charmed with Ho
nolulu that Instead of depurtlug this
month as they intended, they will re
main here until the ond of September.
A jolly ttag dinner wus given at tliu
Pacific Club Thursday oveulng, In
honor of Mr. Watson and Mr. Janie
bou of Illbhop & Company, who nio
soon to become benedicts. Tho dinner
was given by Intimate friends and co
workers of Mr. Jameson and Mr, Wat
sou; toasts were offered ami a merry,
tlmo was enjoyed by all. Tho follow
ing wero present: Mr, James Cock-j
burn, Mr. Arthur llerg, Mr. Allan Hot-
ttimley, Mr. David Anderson, Mr.
George Davlcs, Mr. Ronald Paton, Mr.
John -McKinnon, Mr. Wutsou, Mr.
Michael JamoBon and Mr. Percy Cleg
Mr. and Mrs. R. Griggs Holt will de
part uoxt week on the Manchuria for
New York, They will bo very much
missed In Honolulu, especially at Wal
klkl, whero their llttlo homo has been
an attractive rendezvous for their
On Tuesday evening a delightful din
ner, Jn honor of Qaptalu fl leaves of the
cruiser St, l.ouls was given by Mr,
and Mrs, Krancls Swanzy at their
beautiful homo in tanoa valley, Mrs.
Swanzy Is over a charming hostess
and her guests spent a very enjoyablo
evening. Tho following were present
besides the guest' of honor: Major
and Mrs. Dunning and Cuptaln and
Mrs. Rccs. '
Mr. nnd Mrs. William A. Iivo re
turned on tho Korea, after a very
pleasant trip to'Euroj o. They aro com
fortably settled again In their homo
on I.unalllo street.
Thu Cougicsslonnl party, which Is
duo to arrlo August 30th, on tlui Si
beria, will bo entertulucil by tho Hono
lulu Chamber of Commerce at an elab
orate dinner, tho date to bo arranged
Copt. J, R. Pourle, commander of
thu 105th company of Coast Artillery
camo down on the transport Sheridan
to Honolulu, vtlirrn hn will bo sin
Uonoil nt rrl linger. Mr".,, Poiulo
. fV vej&J' i
,5'i 'I tf
Machine Co., qi Detroit, and his associates from gaming control of the Adder
NEWS CO., Ltd.,
i, 111 I w
will remain nt, tho Hotel St. Krancls I
for a short time, but will Join her him
bund hero In tho curly full. Their
homo at the Piesldlo was otu' of (ho
most attracthu at thu Government
reservation, and nu thu scene of
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Drown and llt
tlo son loft n.itcrduy on tho Cluinllno
for n trip to Maul. Thoy will spend
several week there In thu Invigorat
ing mountain nlr. During their ab
sence, their homo nt Walklkl' will bo
occupied by Mr. nnd Mrs. Sam Wilder. Insclnatlng scene out of falry-lund iu(
wW " In tho midst of tho hnpplost hour or
Miss Jenslo Kennedy picnic on'lho evening. I wondered If, after nil
Thursday at Wulnhole was a dollghl-l weiu not "Allco In Wnndorland," hud
ful nffulr for all thu young iH'onlo invs- would waken to find It but u liiuliiy
ent. Professor Smith, who Is -tho
.. . .. ... . . '..
guest of Mr, Wlrhmaii, asslnti-l Mrs.
Kennedy In in itOiiR thu picnic enjoy
rblo for nil tluw prvBcnt, who were:
Thu Missus Ireno Klther, Harriot
Hutch, Doiothy Moshcr, Muriel How
nrd, Hllma hlte,HimUJiJhlo Whlto,
and thu Missrs. lMmiii'd lledcniutin,
Krcd Wlchmin, Gilchrist Hutch, Philip
Maivcl unci Sl,iutuvKeniiud)V., - .
Mrs. Ernest Wnlerhouno entertained
on Thursday evening at. Walklkl, at a
Jolly bathing party, as n" farewell to
Dr. Watcrhousu, who fs leaving mmu
for tho Coast. After a refreshing illo
In ;ln suif, a iIqIicIlus supper was tilings; Mrs. Iliimsuy of the Marine
served to tho guests, who wore: Major ,Coips, was lovely In n snlft silk gown
und Mrs. Dunning. Cunt, and Mrs.'of palo lavendnr; Miss Swanzj's guwn
Wadhams. Mr. nmliMra. Sam wilder I of vvhlto lilnn cloth wus chic nnd styl-,tJ
Mr. and Mis. Ronald Pafon, Mr. und
MrB. C. W, Case Doorlng, MnCDocdo
lelt uml Mi, David Anderson.
Cuptaln und Mrs. Hurry P,
and their two chlldicn arrived on tho
. .,t i...... .. t i' ..
uiiiijnjri aiieiintiii mill wero wurilliy
welcomed by Mrs, Wllbilr's rolatles.
They aro grudually getting settled In
their new home, the Jack l.ucus house
on I.unalllo street, , Captain yilbur
belongs to tho Coast Artillery." 'which
Is to bo Btutloncd ut Kurt linger. Mrs.
Wilbur, who Was Miss Mnmfo'WIddl-"
field, Is receiving, cortllul wplcomo
from muny old uml'dcur friends wmm
sho.nus not seen for .so vera I ears.
Delightful In ovciry vvayi wu thu
danco on boanl tho cruiser S(. l.ouls
Tuesday evening glvlu' by Captain
(llouves mid tho wind nmm olllcers,
Tho guests comprised tho Army and
Navy people of Honolulu and u small
number of the .townspeople, tho, llm.
Hod space on shipboard mdklng'lt nee-
cssnry to Issue a smull number of In-
vltutioiis. A beautiful scono met tho
ojes of the guests ns they npproacheil
llio iiltiurtlvo o'ponali- halliooui m
(ho iiMrivr,decl( ifjliu,vsije, lluj;u
American flags draped overy where
nuido a lclutwiua and attmclho ef-
feet against Innumerable luramlusc
till lights, which Hhcd a i-icll'inre
over tho rhlp nnd set' off to thu host
itihuutiign thu beautiful ovenlug
gowns worn by llio women nod thu
ttunnlng uniforms uf tho Auny nml
Nuy oincers. 'I ho iimilir deck was
thronged with happy couples through
oveiy ilunto, utthouKh many of tho
hli'iuer sex found the famous Navy
punch particularly lefri'.-liiiig on such
n uurni nluht. Allnuothitr It wiih ii
, ....... i ...i
flll'illll. ,..lillll IIUIlllllllll UIIS WL'IU
In evldencu mid testified to tho corrod
htlo mid perfect taste of Honolulu ur
thnll miu)' Sim Ki iincli.cn illosHiiiak-
ois. Mrs. Dunning, wlfo or tho inni
iiiiindant nt Port Shnfler, looked
charming In n lovely crcnllon iif.plnk
llherty satin with silver 'bunis; "Irs.
Peter Clunro's gown of jellow satin
with diamond ornaments was lovely:
Mrs. C, 'i Cnso IK-erlng wna guviirt
in n beautiful pink liberty satin 'ilros
which wns'very liecomtiig to buiSlvlt(
of beauty; Mrs. John MtCbilli'inl
lookcM pin tlcul.ii ly well In a Iichii-
lug frock cf blue satin with stool trim
Ish ". H ns oxcoodlimly liccoiulnc;
Mrs. Henry Afong wus diessed In pink
rntln clahointcly trimmed with
i.pnngles; Ml?s Spiiildlng's gown of
iheer link muslin with Uru tiliiiiulngR
I was most attractive; Mrs. J)uiin was
-..n- - -i i.... ii..... ......
i 'i"o biiiuihiih hi ii imiiiihiiis ukiiv oiii'i
Row ii made Princess. Among Ihoso
present wo noticed:
Dunning, Major and
flnjnr mid .Mrs.
Cnptnln and Mrs. Low, Mr. nnd Mrs.
Robert Atkinson, Cuptaln mid Mrs.'
Kails, Cn.pt. und Mrs. Paiker. Cant.
mid 'Mrs. Ifoes. Mujor und Mrs. Ray,
Dr, nijd Mrs. IauiElioriio. Mujor. mid (
Mrs. lains. Cnptnln nnd Mrs. Mnrlx,
Mr. and MrB. Cliunco, Civil Englnour
lllllanll t Intlt llfliil.tti ff lmf . .1 I . .,
i.iiiwii, i.i.-.ii. I......U, !,ii.-iH, nun ..iiB.
Fnrquhnr, .MrB. Elizabeth Church, Mr.
mid Mrs. Itlggs uml others,
Acconll'in In laws pissed by tho last
I p-iIsIhIiho throe foii'ihs of llm sum
JllK.OnO deported In tho credit of tho
'rnni'cnullon mid lininlgruthm fund, Is
uvnllnhle for Immigration. Aecnrdlni
to this thoro Ik iidu S(! 2."in In ,llfo
tioasuryfor pilule uf.Uniiilgiiuii!i.'
down an. opinion preventing Joseph
GUESTS AT B!G FAIR
JS Hawaii's icproHi'iiliitlvo joiiiik tt
J! women mo leretvlug uoliililo at t:
tt leutluu at llio hands of the press tt
St of Seattle. A recent isvuo of thu tt
U Ko'itlle Post IntolI'vTemer pub J?
SS llches a two column photograph H
! "f Miss Ho nnd JIIhk Victor, who
-io vlnlllnjt the giont Alaska Yu-
knn Pair us u result of llnllu- K
" enterpriso mil the ndltlty
a "' "K'Ir " 'il-inl. Tho P I.
' sn: tt
tt Mln I'll., I, oil, l.-i,.. ,l.li.,,i,ll
" '" -. i .i
hull A'lctor. n Haw ill.iu maid tt
:: "'l M'811 I'loreniu Ho, u Clilneso tt
t girl, hulli ilmulitein of wo.ilthy t:
llawall-m plunters, havo mrlvol tl
JJ ' Seattle nnd uro guests of tho tt
n oxplullntlun cimiinltteo of tho tt
JJ Alnslttt-Yukon-Pacltlo Kxicifltlon tt
,: having been returned winners In tt
n voting context conducted by tt
tt Thu Honolulu lliilletln. tt
tt Tie tvii jniiiig women, repro- tt
ft "ont'ir; nirri'ssufiil riinlc-srunls tt
tt iniiklin; the longest trip to tho tt
K fair, wore met In S-n Kranrlrrn tt ,
tt by Kim Ho a brother to .Mls t
K "". having mado thu tilp to tt
M li Coast fiimi .Madison. Wis. K
M wheio ho In n student nt thu l'nl tt
verslty of Wlsrnnsln. K
tt During tbolr ten (lavs' stay nl tt
tt tho fair, Miss Victor and Miss Ho tt
tt will nuke their hoiidiju.irlcis tit :'
tt thu Hawaiian lliilhllug. tt
." " " " " " " " " " " H
1 HvAtjrij rKLutlllLu
Mrs. Anillo A Keains bus received
tho follow lint leiier leiraniim. In.. . I
wives that have hcooniu famous;
fioattlu, WiifIi.. Aug 2, 1U9.
Mrs. Aimlo A. Koarns, Honolulu.
Doar .M,ulam; I have tho plensmo
to Inform ;-nu that wo havo u veiy ue
tlvo deinnnd for nil our products, mid
IV . .. . .
ii uu can send us oy next noil it
largo shipment of .chutnsy ami pro
H'rves, Wu can easily illsimso of
them. Mint of jour first shipment
has been sold, although ci keep
t nough to mako an exhibit. Wu would
especlnlly llko to know what tho man
go chutney In largo cans Is worth.
Hoping von will bo able to sun thu
preset on b) return boat. I urn,
Yours ,vcry tiulv.
Hpoclil Aftenl mill Disbursing Olllror,
: Hiiwali Cominl8sloii,
We arc the leaders
and Prices the low
est. Sizes, 3 ft to
5 ft. 6 in. wide, f
Wholesale and retail
. Young Bld.;:;;,j