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FAENING ItULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II., SATURDAY, AUG. 21, 1009.
SCIENTIFIC DYEING and CLEANING
f$R,39S$i'?pjrr7 7Wc',1!f?:T, -r-rai-"w V
We have secured the exclusive Honolulu Agency for the famous F. Thomas Parisian Dyeing
Works of San Francisco.
We will now undertake to clean or dye the most delicate textile fabrics, ostrich feathers, etc.,
at Coast prices, and will guarantee all work.
Goods will be called for, sent to San Francisco by the "Alameda," and be back by return steamer.
The French Laundry
J. ABADIE, Prop.
The sconu al MiMimliiii l.uil Sutur- S hwcrlns, De Youngs unit others
day afternoon when tin- O.iliti iil who came fiimi San Finm-isro with
team scored such n liillll.int success
in their game with llio Fifth Cavalry,
was Indeed it beaiilirul mid Interest
lug one. Tim afternoon iino of Ihoso
mro nfloriiooiiH i which Hawaii x ho
lavish, was simply icifcct; the kiiii
beams llliimlnoil every vehicle with
shining bars of golden light, mill bnlmy
rcphyrs wafted u delicious bieozc
nliimt uk nil tliu afternoon as c gazed
rpellboiinil mi Ihu locly picture; the
iplrltcd ponies dancing about mi the
thi'in. It wan a most en Jo) utile trip,
nml the visitors were most enthiist
nrlli' over It nil.
Golf In the order of the day nt
Ilnlelwn. Mr. and Mm. 11. F. Craw
ford of Pasadena hnvc been nt tho
hotel tho past week, nnd as Mr.
Crawford Ih a devotee of golf, being
an oRlccr of the Anandalc club, ho
wna nt the llnkB each day. Chns.
llnilwcll was also there most of the
week, and with Archlo Mnlialnti nnd
r .. II.... n..lHt.lil .. II... llt.l.l
lull, lUniNMIIIIHh nmtivij ii mu ns'ii", ., , . i ...... ,.... I..,-..
. , ' , ,ii .ii 'otheiB, the links were kept hUBy,
est rein: the otioigetlc horsemen lid-
ing llielr Bteeds as easily and lightly '
iib If they had that moment mounted; I
tho lovely emerald turf rolled a
smooth as civet; nnd towering nbovo
all, those majestic moiintnln heights
spanned by n magnificent bow of lr
tedescent llnlB. reaching up to the
very Bky Itself. To add heaiity to the
Fcene, the nunieroiiB uutoniohl!e circ
ling the field weie filled wllh merry
p.irtk'B of loely women nnd pretty
Atherton Ulchnrds la entertaining
n number of his Mends for a few
day nl Lunlhull, on the other Bide
of the Island, Tho guests Include
Donald Uoss, Cyril Damon nnd Iloy
Dr. and Mis. J. M. Whitney ro
urneil jestcrdny on the Mnramn.
They had a delightful (lino In Can
girls whoso gowns of summer shade "'' "" tlle "-thwcst, and visited
ndded tho final touch of color to a ,no me '"
Captain Low, United States Mailuo
Corps reinnlued on Maul In make tho
llnlenkaln trip under tho expert guld
unco of Mr. I., von Tcmpsky
Miss YVItllmnson, sister or Mr, Wil
liam Williamson, tho well known brok-
srene of which wc tliall not soon for
get. Mrs. Itoosovolt, wife of ex-PicsI-deut
Itnosevelt, arrived In I'arls tho
evening of Aur. 9 from Arlgumi.
They weie met by Arthur llnilly-
lllum-linnl. siTfind sprrptnrv. nnd
Commander Chapln nnd C.ipt. (lln- ". wns "rrlval H'stcidny on tho
sard, respectively naval and military M"am.i. She will probably spend a
nttaches of tho American Embassy. ear In tho Islands.
San Francisco Examiner, j
' Messrs, Simpson nnd .Inmlcsnn nro
Mr. William Williamson entertained spending their holiday at Ilalclwn
on Sunday Mr. ami Mrs. tlrcen nnd and putting In n lot of time gulling.
tho otmg ladles or their party who The links arc In very good condt-
nro guests at tho Moana hotel. A do- t Ion.
llghtful automobile ride to llalelwa
rod return was llioiotighly enjoyed by
Mr. Williamson's guests.
A big roiind-tlio-lsland party left
town on Saturday In motors nnd put
up at tho Ahiilninnu Saturday night.
The next day they went to the lln
Iclwn Hotel, where a hlg
spread for 2D awaited them.
The llnlstcnd family nro enjoying
two weeks nt llalelwa. They are
alwiijB much at homo when back In
Waller Dillingham's trip for tho
Schwcrins and Do Youngs will not
table soon he forgotten by those who wcro
After Invited. A private train took them
a sumptuous lunch, Mo'.ulcla, tho to I 'ear I Harbor, where n launch
Dillingham ranch, wiib visited, and look them over llio locks, then by tho
then on to town. Mr. nnd Mrs. II. train to Waialun, unit n visit lo tho
R I)titton gave the party for tho big mill wnB made. After thnt, on
to llalelwa, where u most tempting
luncheon was served 111 the house.
They returned to town dhertly nft
erwtirds, aa many of tho party had
Dr. and Mrs. Kangliorne's dinner on
Tuesday evening was ono of norfcrt
appointments, tho table wllh it.- array
of silver, cut glass and heautCul Mow
eis, being exceedingly attracllx". The
following guests were present.. Mr.
nnd Mrs. Sam Wilder. Mr. and Mrs.
Uauiilo Scott, Mr. nml Mrs Harold
Dillingham, MIsb Kruttsclinllt, nnd
Mr. Waller Dillingham.
Thero will ho another moonllnght
dance nt Ilnlelwn Hotel next Sat
urday night. So many town peo
ple enjojed motorings hack by moon
light nftcr the Inst one. The Ilnlel
wn Quintet will again play for tho
i dancing. Their music wna enthusi
astically iccetvcd Inst time. A spe
cial tnhlo d-hoto dinner will ho serv
ed before tho dnnrc.
! Mr. and Mrs. II. N. I'nton lert today
on the Mnruma for Australia, where
they will attend the iuccb. Mrs. I'aton
has been far finui well for some weeks
nnd has been obliged to decline many
Invitations, but on Tuesday and Wed
nesday evenings was well enough 'to
entertain several friends very Inform
ally at dinner nt tho Moana hotel.
Mrs. Clifford Kimball has retained
from Kauai, nftcr n delightful visit of
several weeks with her sUtcr, Mrs.
Charles Rice, and Is now domiciled at
tlio Ilalclwn Hotel.
Admiral Source, commander or tho
Pacific licet which Is duo to arrive
September 15th, Iuib engaged rooms
lor himself and Mrs. Sehrec nt one of
Mr. and Mrs. I). K. Dillingham en
tertained thu Schwerln-Do Young pin-
ty on Tuesday, taking their guests In
their special ear down tho road.
Mr, nnd Mrs. Sam Wilcox of Knu-il
came down from the (lardeii Island
last wiek, ami are guests nt the Young
Mr. nnd Mrs. Harry Macfarlnno'H
dinner last Tuesday evcnolng In
honor of Mr. and Mrs. It. P. Schwc
rln, of San Francisco, was ono of
Hie most elaborate functions of the
week. The dinner was given at tho
Seasldo Hotel, tho prlvnto dining
room of which was transformed for
tho occasion Into a tropical bower.
Large clusters of exorn blossoms nr
tlstlcnlly arranged with red tullo
nnd ndlnntum ferns miido a most
beautiful tabic decorntlon. Over
head was suspended n huge red Jap
anese umbrella festooned from which
was n fringe or smllnx and tiny red
incnndesccntB making a most charm
ing effect. Mr. and Mrs. Mncfnr
Inne's guests Included, besides tho
guests of honor: Mr. nnd Mrs. M.
II. Do Young, Mrs. .1, Krutachnlt,
Mr. nnd Mrs. II. V. Dutton, MrB. K.
M. Hatch, Mrs. (I. 1 Wilder, Mrs.
F. W. Mncfarlanc, dipt, nnd MrB.
C. P. Itcca. MaJ. and Mrs. S. W.
Dunning, (lov A. S. Clcghorn, Mr.
nnd Mrs. Ceo. F. Davles, Dr. C. K.
Cooper, Major Potter, Miss Maud
O'Connor, Judge nnd Mrs. S. M.
Ilallou, nnd Mr. A. I.. C. Atktnsun.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Farwell returned
fiom their wedding tour by tho Mnra
mn. After their wedding In San Fran
cisco they went south to I.os Angeles
nnd then noilli, taking In the Exposi
tion. They will ocrupy tho homo of
Mr, nnd Mrs, .1. Johnson of Mantm dur
ing), their absence on a trip' through
the Stales. .
Him. S M. Dimoii leaves in tho
.Manchuria with Ills son Douglass, who
will enter school In the cast. During
Mr. Damon's ab?ence the hall nt Mo
analiia where Mr. D.inien entertains
each Saturday, will be closed, Tho
grounds of course will he open as
Miss Han let Alexander, who le
tumed recently from an enjoyable vis
it with Mrs. John Illdwell, at Chlco,
Is preparing to leave for Santa liar-
the entrance, la admirably adapted for
entertaining, mid on that occasion the
house was made fostivu with Dowers
und funis In profusion, Thoso present
wero Misses Violet Damon, Harriot
Hatch, Irene Fisher, Dorolhy Mosher,
Alice Hcdcmnun, Vera Damon, Jessie
Kennedy und others,
Dr. mid Mrs. Ilcnjamlii P. Ilrodlc
are leaving on the Manchuria, after u
brief hut delightful visit in Honolulu.
TJioy have been tho niollt for many
dinners and receptions while hero. Af
ter spending a week nt tho St. Francis
hotel In San Francisco they will re
turn to their homo In Detroit, Mich
Governor Clcghorn was host at the
Pacific Club last Satnrdny nt luncheon
entertaining In honor of Capt. Olcnves
of the St, Louis, the following gen
tlemcn: Captain Cleaves, ttaptnln
Hoes, General Davis, Colonel A. G.
Huwes and Mr. Francis M. Swanzy.
Miss Dorothy Wood gnvo a charm
tug little dinner Monday evening, her
guests being members of tho younger
roclal set. They were: Tho MIsbcs
Nora Swanzy, Cordelia Oilman, Ernia
Uiillentyne, Dodlo Unllcntyne, nml the
Messrs, Fred Wlchman, Henry Meade
mid Frank Lufkln.
Miss Edith Howard Smith arrived
on tho Alameda yesterday from Ho
nolulu und after a brief visit with her
brother, Ernest N. Smith, will leave
for Palo Alto, where tho will enter
Stanford University. Exchange.
Professor Smith, of St. I.uko'i
School, Wayne, Pennsylvania, who bus
ably settled In their attractive now
bungalow In Llllba valley, nfler spend
ing two months very pleasantly nt the
Mrs. Francis M, Swanzy has Issued
Invitations for a supper this evening
lor foity young people al her home
in Mnnoa valley, In honor of her
daughters, Mlsa Nora and Miss Rosa
Mr. and Mrs. II. Griggs Molt nre de
parting passengers on tho Mmicliuiln.
After n trip to llio Seattlo Fair they
will go Eastward over the Canadian
Pacific nml journey on to New York
Mr. nnd Mrs. George Carter aro en
tertaining thu Scliwerln paity at their
Diamond Head residence at supper
Mr. and Mrs. Icrs will return to
their Manoa residence no.t week after
spending several weeks very delight
fully on Tantalus.
Mr. Win, G. Irwin, Mr. Uinslng Mlz
nor nnd Mr. Cnrl Woltcm returned to
Honolulu today on tho Milium Ken.
Mrs. A. ICwls Jr. Is leaving on tho
Manchuria with her little daughter
to spend tovcrnl weeks In California.
Col. Sam Parker goes to tho Coast
on tho Mnnchurln. He will visit tho
Springs for his health.
h-ira, where she will bo the guest of j been the guest of Mr. II. F. Wlchman
Miss Nina Jones for several weeks at
tho Potter hotel. S. F. Chioulcle.
Mr. ami Mrs. E. J. Und ami their
two children returned In tho Maraina
after an extended motor trip acrosa
the continent mid up nnd down tho
Pacific Coast. They wero accompa
nied by tho young son of Frank
Mr. and Mrs. Itobcrl W. Shlugln
lcuo lu the Manchuria for n trip lo
San Francisco. They will visit the
Alaska-Yukon exposition before they
The luncheon given on Fildiiy by
Miss Scjiutifcr for the younger set of
girls wns ono of tho pleasant a flairs
of tho week. The Schnefor lesldence,
in Nuunnil alley wllh Its beautiful
hvciiiio of 'royal palm trees lending to
RODE GLMY IN
So enthusiastic weie they over
lluwiill nml Us beaullfiil scenery
Hint Hie repiesenlntlveii of llio Eng
lish and Canadian Chambers of
Commerce cstcnhy dioo willing
ly up to the Pall tlnoiigh
tho rain In anliitnoblles fur-
I nlahed by llio Pioniollou Commit
tee, out to the Sugar Planters Kx
pcrlment Station at Maklkl and
hack to the Moana Hotel, ptonoiinc
Ing tho trip one of the finest they
had ever taken.
Arriving, about forty In number,
n tho Cniuidlaii-Aiistrall.in liner Ma
lama yesteulay nflpriiotui, they were
met nt tho whnrr by II. P. Wood
and F. M. Swanzy, who. upon learn
ing the size' ot the party, Immediate
ly scrurcd six automobiles nnd look
tho distinguished vlsltois In low.
Ilesldes tho ride to the Pull nnd Ma
klkl, tho Ruesla wero enterlnlned nt
the Countiy Club nnd Moann llolel.
They lert this morning tor Sydney,
where n convention of tho llrltlsh
Chamber of Commerce will bo held.
for some weeks, will depart tomorrow
on the Manchuria to take up his work
again in September.
Philip Marvel, son of Dr. Marvel of
Atlantic City, Now Jersey, who has
been vlnltlng Ollchrlst Hatch nt SmiB
Houcl fur sumo w celts, Is leaving on
Ihu Manchuria, to leliirn to his school
lu tho East,
Mrs. Harry Murray Is visiting r.n
Maul, where she Is being entertained
by her sloter-ln-lnw, Mrs, Win. laugh
Mr. Fred Wlchman was operated on
at tho Queen's Hospital during the
week for appendicitis, mid Is roiorted
as progressing favorably towards ro
coory. Dr. nnd Mrs. Hoffman aio comfort-
Additional Social on pp. 10 and 11.
theTassion play at
Will attract n grcnt many Honolulu
folk next year, but thoso going will
mako a gicat mistake If they fall to
learn German first, as with so great n
crowd of tourists It will bo Impossible
lo find Interpreter. Hut you can
learn to speak German (or French)
In Ave weeks, simply giving It ono
hour a day. Prof, Malhows, who hits
lately returned from Europo, will ux
plain how this call bo done, at tho
Young hotel next Thursday nnd Filday
und offers to glvo any one a week's
Irco trial of his method.
FIVE MEMBERS OF
According to n letter received
fioni Secretary McClollan yesterday,
fivo of those who wero to form part
of tho Congressional party have been
forced to withdraw, giving lis llielr
I reasons tho late adjournment of
congress. 'incy nro senator ney
hurn and Iloiucscntntlvcs Fosa, Ol
rott, HutcB nnd Green, representa
tive Howell, chnlrman of tho Coin
mltteo on Immigration, lins accepted
an Invitation to make ono of tho
party on Mr. McClcllnn's Invitation.
Mrs. Peck "A husband nnd wife
should bo of one mind."
Mr. Peck "True, my iTcnr, but
II Isn't fair for Mm husband to do all
Gcorgo lleckley lias purchased M.
II. dc Young's Packard llninuilno mot
or ear, nml will uso It In his new gar
age business. Thu automobile Is a
magnificent one, und Is lilted up lu
tho beat posslb'o style. Electric light
is Installed. In tho tonncnii, Ihu current
being supplied fiom storage ballcrloi.
Thero Is n Blinking liiho which
connects wllh the driver, nnd many
other now Icnlures nro embodied lu tho
car, Tho price gUeu for the Paekuid
Is said to have been about 3'J0U.
Independent Auto Stand
Careful and Experienced
Round the Island Trips
W. B. Harrub J.rrvrlarrufo
Frank Lewis J. A. McLeod
Autos by the Day, Hour, or at Mack Wales
King and 'Bishop Streets