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-UVENIXO liUM.ETtN, HONOLULU, T. It., SATURDAY, AUO. 281903.'
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Wnlluku, Maul, Aiib 2. SunerUsor
mill Mr. T. It. I.jonn cclcbrntcil tho
clovontli nnnUcrfsnry of llio bhlli of
their bnn Sonny with u splendid iiol
limn nt their Wnlluku Homo lust Tuck.
day evening. Jtulifu Kcpolkal nil
swered the toasts on behalf of "Son
ny" In hU usual happy cln. AmmiK
Ihoao prevent were: Judge ninl Mm.
Kepolknl. 8iicrIsur nnd Mrs. I.) on,
Senator and Mrs. V. T. llohlnsou, the
MIbpcs and Mnsters Hohinvnn. Mr. and
Mm. 0. Welsht, Mrs. C. S. Wclsht.
Mis. II. Mm ray. Mrs. t'npt. n. H. Par
lor, .Mr. nnd Mrs n. II. Hart. Auditor
0 Wllrox. Assessor J. II. Kuncwn, 0.
II. CuinmliiKii, County Cleric V. V.
Kane, Deputy County Clerk nnd Mrs.
0. Rose. Auditor C. Wilcox. Captain
Mid .Mrs. n. lint, l)rs. J. II. Knrrt-ll
hiul W. It. Iloote, II. S. llncorup and
Wnlluku, Aug. :?. Mr. n-1 Mrs.
Jan. I.. Council K'iyc r !, lmu In
htinnr of tho flrut nunliprwiry of the
I'll Hi of their latest and youiiRest son
fit their Wnln.ihii home last Saturday
nflernoon and evening. It was one of
tho highest liuin of tho kind glum on
Maul for (he guests cummonccd eating
nt 2 o'clock nnd the last ono wax
lervcd nt 10 o'clock. Dancing nnd
music was kept up till nlmopt mid
tilKht. Mr. nnd Mrs. C. S. Weight lmo
been lsltlng Mr." nnd Mru. Ceo.
Weight of Wnlluku.
Tho humming nnd huzzlng that
gno every Indication of rending the
fcoclnl atmosphere aRiindcr Is grndu
nlly suhsidlng slnco olllclnl nniioucc
uicnt Is made that Mrs. Tuft will not
accompany tho President on his
Western tour nnd thnt his visit to
These women are fair types of the Filipino wives and mothers who are coming to the Islands with Filipino
Immigrants seeking work on the planntatloni. The ucmen aro drccscd in their best and appe;r quite comfortable
In the park that Manager Adams pcvldes for the workmen and their families of Kuhuku plantation.
S lpli lfip?
San Pranclrco Is to precede tho I'm
tola festival I.eis rcrlous Interest 3
therefore taken In tho uhborhlng
question. 'Who shnll Riildo hocloy
throiiRh that nil Important week?"
While wo will nut liavo tho honor
of cntcrtnlnlnR President nnd Mrs.
Taft, we will lime many dlstln
Eulahetl visitors' -within our Rates,
not to mention the naval nttaches,
who will ride into port on tho for-
elfin men-of-war. I'lidoubtedly the
President will send hit rcprescntn
tlw nnd them will bo Intcrrhnngcs
or courtesies that will aid In making
fcoclal history for California.
A program qulto apart from pa
uides, theatres nnd street nttrnc-
i lions will find Its sotting In the ball
'loom nnd hi demands an cxpcrl
' diced nnd gulilliiR hand. As yet.
Don Rnip-ir de I'ortola remains in
hldlnr. The courtly gentleman Is
shy. and needs, mas hap, n lilt of
gentle urging from his lady, Donna
do I'ortola. And whom may sho bo.
pray? Ah! n vexing question thnt
has run its length nnd bad; again
over the golf llolils, tennis courts,
bridge tables, a round the country
'clubs nnd club looms, with no ncttle-
tlient tfl the nlloHttnn C ti.nn
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I """" lime ueen siicgcsicu ntlil SO
i many turned down! Tho presiding
fcmlnlno roiiIus of the fete must bo
carefully weighed nnd not found
wanting, or San Kranelhco's fair
ftntnn m.iv vi.rr..K 1...1 .... .
...-. o'u'vu jinn mi, imcr
IheailliR nil and many shies, tho
(Chaperon suggests Mrs. Eleanor
Mnrtln as onr tharmlng Donna. Her
(wldo experience In social utTnlrK,
coupled villi the fact that the liudi,
the debutantes, and the belles of
other sc.-uons would Instantly rally
ao the support of their fnvurlio.
would assure for San Pinnclsco .
We have secured the exclusive Honolulu Agency for the famous F. Thomas Parisian Dyeing t
Works of San Francisco. ' "
We will now undertake to clean or dye the most delicate textile fabrics, ostrich feathers, etc., J
at Coast prices, and will guarantee all work.
Goods will be called for, sent to San Francisco by every steamer and be back
. Xa'A I I Ml
And would it not be n pretty
compliment to the city's social
leader, to ask her to choose her es
cort her consort In mcriy-innklug
that bashful Don (laspar de I'or
tola? S. P. Examiner,
Mr. nnd Mrs. ICeunoly entertained In
v dimming mtnner at their Thurston
nvenue homo Wednerday evening for
Professor and Mrs. Dcnlng and otliors,
the dinner guests nuiuhciliig twohe In
1.1IUIE, Aug. 21. A bathlifg
patty was glen nt his I .awn I bench
house InBt Sunday, nt which Wnlter
Mcllrydc vtns tho host. It was In
honor of Mrs. Jaeger, who Is n Bis
ter of Mis. S. C. Allen nnd of Miss
Jaeger, her daughter. This was Miss
Jucgcr's first lslt to tho bench
limiM', nlthoiiRh she Is closely con
nected with the Interests of tho
neighborhood, and wan also ono of
tho promotcis of I'ott Allen (Elccle
Landing). Mlsi Jncsor was unfor
tunately tinnblo to bo present, being
detained nt Kuktiluln-un nc count of
sickness. She nnd, her mother will
hoou return to Honolulu.
After tho bath, tho limit ,was held
on the grass in tho shndq of the
trees In tho yard, mill tho pleasure of
tho Riicsts was very much added to by
the skill of Jnhuiilo Kninauiiwnl nt
rooklrg tho delicious Hnwailnu dishes
for which he In famous. Whllo the
feast wa't In progress ronio flno Ha
waiian music was listened to, and af
terwards a delightful dinro was en
joyed on tho lanal.
Among thoso present, hctldos tho
boat and tho guests of hnnnr, were Mr.
nnd Mrs. nnd Miss nnd Hubert t'lmjs,
MUss Dow, a g i- - ,1 Mis. I'urvls; Mr.
LOw i s Tfcjrlrt'
Stodntt, of Eleeld; Mr. and Mrs. Mol
or, Mr, and Mrs. Zoller, J. A. Slha nnd
ttlfo, Mr. nnd Mrs. C. It. Jennings, Mr.
Hole, D, I. Austin of T. H. Davles &
Co.: Mr. Rjdor, the superintendent ol
tho I.nwnl cannery, nnd Henry Jncger.
Monday evening's dnnco nt tho
omcers' Club nt tho l'rcsldlo wns
much mora thnn tho itsunl bi-monthly
hop, for It was given in honor of
Miss Sndlo nnd Miss Caroline Mtir
lay, daughters of llrigndler-acnernl
nnd Mrs, Murray nnd on ,nn earlier
evening owing to tho departure of
this chnrmlng family for Washing
ton on tho following day. General
Murray, who la chief of tho, Artil
lery Corps, has been making nn of
ficial Inspection o fthls const, nnd
during his tour wns nccompnnlcd by
his family. The nbscnto of Captnln
anil Mrs. Sterling I. Adams wns no
ticed with regret, for during their
long station nt the 1'icsldlo they
hava cntcrtnlnoli continually nnd
most charmingly. There was n Inrgo
attendance of tho joungcr set nnd
nit hne pronounced it a delightful
nff.ilr. Several pretty dinners pre
ceded tho dance, among them being
those presided over by Mlus Claire
Nichols, who entertained Miss Peg
gie Slmprnn, Lieut. Untold 8. Nay-
lor, U. S. A., and Lieut. H. D. Almy,
U, S. N. Captain nnd Mrs. O. P. II.
Harznrd. Captain nnd Mrs. P. C.
March nnd Lieut, nnd Mrs. John C.
Abbott nil entertained dinner guests.
S. P. Examiner, Aug. 13.
Mrs. V. M. Hatch nnd Miss Knur
mann'nro spending a few days at tho
ether slda of tho Island.
Mrs. P. M. Swanzy nnd tho Misses
Nora nnd Rosamond Swnii7y hnvo gonu
to Konlmt, whero'thcy will remain for
n few weeks.
AJ their Nuunnu noiuo rcsldcndo
Mr. 'and Mrs. Kuxon Illshop enter-
.tnlneil nt dinner Monday evening, tho
(lining tnblo being prettily decorated
with cjit flowers ami ferns. Tlioso
present worp Mr. and MrsvHent;y Fos
ter D.itton., ;,lr, ninf, i(rs()"(corgo R.
Carter, Mrs. Hariy. M-tcfnranp, Mrs.
Krcil JlacrarlanjMrs. qerr'ltt Wilder,
Mlrs Wnlljpr, rdWujmPwln and
M.. i.r.vmg MIzuer. ,-( ,
Miss, Iletlrlco Campboll, accompa
nied by Mlr.s Wbllln, wdio wlll'bo her
. i. ill nulc left tin tl3 Manchuria for
l.i'f rchnol In Ilerkclc. V i
Dr. Clurloa II. Cooper givo im en'
J'lyalile limclivnii nt Ids heuch place,
bc'you.l Llainiind Head, last week Sun
day, In honor or 'Dr. and Mrs. 11. P.
Dio'llo of Detiolt, Mlchlgmi, mid Mr.
nnd Mrs, II. OrlggH Holt, nil o whom
left on tho Manchuria l.irt Sunday.
Mm. Aithur Wall Is nt Wnlaholo,
Filiioilntriidliig tho lemoilcltlng of
their newly piucliased suninier homo,
which wns formerly tho summer real
denco of Mr. II P. Wlchiuan.
Mr .and Mrs. Clurrey wore reluming
pactengcin on tho l.urllno from San
Prancltco, wlmro they hnvo luen stay
ing with their man led daughter. Plot
tnce, no.v Mis. H. R. Uciry, Mr. and
Mrs. Deny h,io n beautiful homo on
Piedmont HOshU overlooking Oak
land anil tho city. Their marilago
took plnco last February .at Mr. keel
er's studio, n most romantic little bun
galow under the Hvn oaks on the
Clniemont hills, Inck of Ucrkeloy. The
weddliiR wns n very quiet one, few bo
Iiir there hestdes tho bride's mother
nnd brother nnd his family nnd sonic,
uenr rolathcs of tho groom's. Mr.
Pony Is n grnduatu of Ynle nnd Stan
ford, hni been connected with tho So
turlty Ilnnk of Oakland nnd tho Met
ropolis Trust Co., nnd Is now In biisl
t'css for himself In San Francisco,
Ono of tho most enjoyable affair- of
the week was tho supper and duico
gli.cn by Miss Norn'Swnnzy last Sat
unlay evening for forty young c'ople
Thu Swanzy residence with Its tpae
Ions Iannis nnd attractive druAlni;
looms Is admirably adapted for enter
taining and was puttlly decorated Irr
the occasion with (lowers and foitis.
After a delicious supper, lerved nt
pmnll tables, the rooms vcro clcrued
lor dancing, which was enjoyed until
n Into hour by the following gnoMe:
Mr, mid Mrs. Lawrence Jr.dd, Mrs.
Sam Ilaldwln, tho Misses Harriet
Hatch, Alice Hedcmann, Domthy
Mosher, Jcsslo Kennedy, lrnia Ilnllcti'
tyne, Dodlo Rallcntyne, Ethel Spt'd
Ing, Alice Spalding, Dorothy Wood,
Hnrriet oung, Alice Cooper, Violet
Damon, Miss Illrncy, Miss Tlnidlug,
Miss Dewey nnd tho Messrs. Gl.chilsl
HntcU, Philip Mnrvel, Stanley Ken
nedy, Edmund Hcdcnmnn, Sherwood
Lowrey, Fied Uiwrey, Ferdinand He
ilcmnnn, Alfied Cooper, Harold Castle,
(lllford Whitney, Kenneth Drown, Son
ny Mncfmlanc, Lnthrnp Wllhlngtoii.
Henry Mends, Douglas Damon, Rev
Henry Judd nnd l.icuts. llurroll, (Ioiij.
ton and Rogers'.
Mackcnzln Gordon nnd Mtfin Ethel
Egcrton Co'opo weio married at the
homo or tho llrlde'H mother, Mra. Her
Urn Coopo, In Le.lenworlh street, yes
terday afternoon. About n doze.i
Irlends or tho young couple wc,ro pres
ent nnd the Bcrtico w.ih lead b;- Rev.
(lectrgu C. Adatiis. Tho bride wa giv
en nway by her Rrnniirnther, J-'. W.
Rilling. There weto no attendants.
Ray Jones, chief cloik of tho Mo.ma
hotel, Jott on tho Mnnchurhi jcalci
day ; on .i four months' leavo of alij
senco which will bo sicnt In Chlcag'
nnd Denver and San Francisco. Ho
was give-i a big Bendoff by n crowd of
A chnrmlng family dinner wns given
nt tho Young hotel Monday evening
which Included Mr. and Mrs. Harry
von Holt and their Ave chlldten, tho
occasion being a brtliday celebration.
Mrs. von Holt is leaving soon for Uos
ton to place her daughter Mary in
bba-ding school there.
Miss Jessie Kennedy mndj nn ul
tractlvo hostess nt a little dinner .lilca
she gave laBt Wednesday onln'; f'ir
tho younger social set, at l.er lhurH
lon avenue home.
I- Dr. William P. Wcsso'.liolft of Hie
ton, died t.t York Harbor, Maine, Ved
tieEday In his Boventy-fourlh yaar. Ho
was a brothcr-lu-law of tho Into Col.
W. P. Allen and Miss Maiy Allen, niw
In Honolulu, nnd p.tld several vhll.i to
Col. Allen hero.
Miss Anna M. Pails left on tho
Manna Ixi.c on Tuesday for n few
weeks ls!t with Irlends nt Kona. Sho
will sail the 111 at or October lor C.il-
tfornln .1.1,1 will mienil unin.. ivixiW
viBiiiu iiieiitis in cuu r.ubi
Goterin r Clcghorn was Iho host Inst
Saturday at nn Informal luncheon at
tho Paclflc-Clul) for tho following
guests: I'rofesbor Denlng, Mr. P. A.
Physicians Prescribe Castoria.
CABTOItlA has met with pronouriced favor on tho part of physicians
pharmaceutical soclotlcs and medical authorities It Is Used by physicians
with results most gratifying. Tho extended uxo of Castoria Is unquestionably the
result of three facts t lit, The Indisputable.' evidence that It Is harmless j !2nd,
That it not only allays stomach pain's arid quIils the nerves, but assimilates tho
foods 3rd, His an agreeable and pcrfecCsututitutc forcnsloroll. It is absolutely
safe. It does not contain any opium, mbrphlne, or other narcotic and does not
stujiefy. It is unlike Soothing Syrupsy Datcmah's Drops, Godfrey's Cordial, etc.
This is a good deal for a medical journal to say, pur duty, however, Is to cxposa
danger and record tho means of advancing health. Tho day for polsonlni inno
cent children through greed or ignoranco ought to end. To our knowledge, Cas
toria ls"a remedy which produces composure nnd health, by rvguhtini; thu
system not by stupefying It and our" readers aro entitled to tho Information.
fairs Journal of Health.
"TonrCutorUiUndi Dnt la III tluf. 'la 1117
thirty yean of practlct I can ta 1 neTer hare t ouiid
anything tbat ao filled the place."
W1U.11H IlaucoXT, M. Xt.i
M I hare uaed your Caitoila In tha ease of my own
baby and find It pleaaant to take, ant bare obtained
elcoUent icaolta from Ita nae."
8. A. DcciukJh, M. D
" I take pleatara In recommending jonr Ctitotl i,
baTlng recommanded tu ue to tuny litttanvxn, and
conaldcr It tba beet laiailre tbat could bo need,
eapeclaUy for children."
NiTnixisL K. Ems, II. D., St. Loclo, Mo,
Children Cry for
In Use For Over 3b Years. t(
Schaefer, Mr. Ij. A. Thurston, Mr.
Frederick Klamp nnd Mr. Huriy von
Mr. Carl Wolleis, who caiuo down
lioin Hawaii on tho Malum l.oa on Sat
urday, will louiulu a week longer In
Miss Beatrlco Castle nnd Miss Vera
Damon hnvo K'turned fmm Maul
wheto they have been lslllng Judgo
and Mm. HeUlen Kingsbury lor Bovernl
Oovcrnnr and Mrs. Frcar are gUIng
n reception on Tuord.ty, August 31st, I
in hunni- of tho lslllng Congressional 1
putty which will aitlvo cm tho Siberia
Mr. Cliur!(i O.v wan nn arnvnl Sun
day on (he, steamer' Mll:ali.ila from
Tho ni2iiirios of the fsmlly of l ho
Ilev. Cauii:i Ault mo rusttealinr, nt
Sennlor Hr.j.el.lcn'st beach honrp In
1 Mr. Fred Wlchinan Ins returned
homo fmm tho Ouocn'u Ilojnltal. wheui
ho recently iinlciv.ent nn opcrutltm
' for" appendicitis. Ho is piogrestliu '
favorably towards recovcty.
, Mrs. M. M. Scott nnd Miss Mat it u
Scott are tho irucsts of Mrs, James
i Wilder nt her Vniilalus linmo, whore
they will lematn for n couple of weolta.
Miss Iieno risher H tho guest of
Miss Jcsslo Kcnmdy whllo Col. and
Mis. Fisher ate n.ay fmm thu Islands.
Mr. Cecil Hi own la giving ono of lilt
delightful dinners next Wednesday
evening for tho visiting Itanunlnut.
I .ir. iiiteiiuuigii is prepared io in
itriirt a few pupils In pianoforte nt
their home. Addrdes Iloynl Hawaiian
by return steamer.
1 tuvj oed yonr tlxwH am! Jtcnd It tn
eicl'inl ltL..ily 1, mj. liwi.ho.l tul prlrili
practice for lusjyeara. 'r't-fnojelalicxiclijiii.1'
i!. i, farr, JI.li,-
Damtiyn, :r. v.
"I Cnd yctir Caaforla to ba a rundarj fasi!!y
remed. It la tbe Uat tb'nu for Infants and chil
dren I baTO crcr known and I reenrmnend IL"
It. K. l'saiunjoN, M. I).,
"Ilavlsj daring tbopaittlzycarepreicrlbodyonr
Cattuda fur IntanUle etomarh dUordera, 1 mott
beartlly commend Ita uao. Tbo formula conbjoa
notLtns ikteterlona to llio mwt delicate of cblldrcn."
J. B. Kujott, 31. 1)., I.tw York City.
"Dill," said thu idceptlral hush:
"I don't tee how that new stoie
nffiinl to hell ou eerj tiling tit
"Oh, that'B easily explained,"
Joined tho knowing wife. "T
Fell such enoiiiioiiH quantities
For eating, drinking and cooking
Pure, Delicious, Nutritious
l:sUrvl V. S. I'.tiol OITrt
JJrcakfast Cocoa, 1-2 Hi. tin-,
linker's Chocolate (unsweet
ened), 1-2 11). cakes
German Sweet Chocolate,
1-1 lb. cakes
For Sale by Leadlnz Croceri in Honolulu
Waller Baker & Co. Ltd.
DORCHESTER, MASS, U.S.A.
SO HIGHEST AWARDS IN
EUROPE AND AMERICA
J. ABADIE, Prop.
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