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EVENING BULLETIN,. HONOLULU, T. Hi, SATURDAY, OCT, 9, 1000.
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New Goods from the World's Markets
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They arc pouring in thick and fast. We have many
pleasant surprises for our patrons and public ..in '.general.: k;Every .departmentis showing the very
latest materials and novelties. , '' $v'3&. ' ' " ''' " ''. 'vf"
Complete Fall Stock of Dress Goods
Fall patterns and ideas predominate throughout this department,
SATIN FINISH FRENCH SERGE
With invisible stripe, new colors: Taupe, Wisteria, Tobac. Old Rose,
Sape Green, Alice Blue; all wool, double width, $1.50 a yd.
Entirely new weave in popular colors, 90 a yd.
New and stylish; Navy Blue; Wisteria, Royal and Green; - double
width, 00 a yd.
In white, black and colors; 75 a yd.
New Wash Materials
An entirely new assortment to select from. Very latest' material
and newest designs.
NEW PRINTED BATISTE
In stripes and figured, very pretty coloring, extra wide, 15 a yd.
SATIN STRIPE REPP
A new wash material in white, pink, light blue, Wisteria, brown,
taupe and Alice blue, 35 a yd. .
A new material in stripes and checks. All new patterns, extra
wide, 25t a yd.
In all its splendor.,
A more beautiful display of exclusive millinery would be hard to
Of Imported Models as well as copies from our work rooms. .
CLASSIC 8ILK AND FELT HAT$' '
These hats are both stunning and becoming.
Pay a visit to our Millintry Department and tee the latest stylet.
KLENIY PANTS ' ,
The new water-proof ,'uintt for baby. The only sanitary garment
that can be washed and, ironed, therefore, kept white and clean. Price
50. J ''
SLIP OUT COLLAR SUPPORTERS
New, set of four on. a card for 10.
Another new material in solid colon with satin border, washable,
beautiful colorings, 30 a. yd. ,.'
Corner Fort and Beretania Streets
Our Ready-To-Wear; Department
Replenished with an entirely new ttock.
RUBBERIZED MOHAIR COATS ' ,
', ' Stylish, -Dressy, Shower-Proof, in Brown, Black and Navy. '
RUBBERIZED SATIN STRIPED COATS
Absolutely water-proof, red and black, green and black, and blue
and black stripe.
RUBBERIZED CRYSTAL COATS
; , Stylish and dressy, in black, navy, blue and green.
MADRAS COTTAGE CURTAINS
In green, blue and combination stripes, tassel ends, $1.50 a pr.
NEW TAPESTRY . '
In Roman stripes, rich colorings, double width, 50 and 60 a yd.
BAGDAD' TAPESTRY ',
-. SiF eoucl1 C0TerinB P"tty combination colorings extra ''wide,1 ;
$1.25 a yd. ' ' '.
JET NAIL HEADS '
For dress trimming, in small, medium and large size, very much in
NEW BOX BUCHJNGS ' ,'.'-'
.,Six ilecei 'a a box; assorted in all white or white, pinV and' bine.
35 a box. . -. . .;, .,,, .;.
NEW GINGHAMS 4 ,', ''".
Solid colors, fancv stripes and checks, alto bordered effects in new
patterns. Special 10 a yd. " i'-i ' '
NEW EMBROIDERED STOCK COLLARS "' ' v'
A variety of patterns; 3 for 50. , ;,' ,
SOCIAL CHATTEL isss: HOME TALK
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EXIT THE FLEET. , ;
The First Squadron of the
Pacific Fleet, Admlrnl Se
weighed anchor on Tuesday
afternoon the fifth ot Octo
ber, and .was soon plowing Its way
over the waves of the mighty Pacific
to other lands lands with no bluer
skies, silver moonlight, hospitable
people or lovelier women, many a
regret hns been expressed that the
time given to the pleasures enjoy
ed by the brave and the fair was
nil too short but a hopeful feeling Is
in the hearts of those who have en
Joyed their companionship that a re
newal of the happy days Is In store
In the future npropo of the return
of the fleet to Honolulu. Whisper
ings nre wafted hero and there or
engagements (matrimonial) of Bome
of the eligible offlccrs and their sweet
hearts here who have succumbed to
tno attractions of our nations defen
ders, and aro waiting for tho time
when their beautiful romance will
be finished by a ceremony making
"two hearts beat as one." This bit
of choice gossip shows that Cupid
had not been nt all dilatory while
the ships were In port, while din
ners, dances, teas and luncheons
were In full swing the little god was
busy, and accomplished a good deal
possibly at theso functions for our
fair maidens In their dainty and pic
ttiresqua toilettes are most bewitch
ing and a man or good taste fully
appreciates n Jewel in a' handsome
The George Davles Dance, i
The smartest affnlr ot the week
was the dance given by Mr. and Mrs.
George Davles nt their beach home
Thursday evening In honor of' the
officers of H. M. S. Iledford. It was
a gala night In society. Automobiles
begun to arrive a little after nine
and by ten o'clock the dance was In
full swing. The large living room
where the dancing took place was
decorated In exquisite palms and
Chinese lanterns. The dancing wasr
not only confined to two-steps and
waltzes, but Virginia reels and Lanc
ers were Indulged In, vAilch promot
ed much merriment. Supper was
served at little tables, under the hail
tree on the beach; after supper danc
ing was resumed and continued un
til a Into hour. Mrs. Davles1 wore
a yellow chiffon velvet, with gold
embroidery. Miss Alice .Hedeman
was much admired In pink satin.
Mrs. Harry Macfarlane wore a Paris
gown of pale green satin, with real
lace. Mrs. Ilobdy, wife of Dr. Hob
dy, looked stunning in white and
black, Mrs. Ivers' gown was a whlto
embroidered satin. Miss Eleanor
Waterhouse looked sweet In white
silk. Mrs. James Wilder looked
handsome In a white lace frock. Miss
Marion Scott was clad in pale blue.
Miss Hatch was one of the prettiest
girls present In her Empire princess
of pink sntln,- Miss Elsa Schaefer
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We aim for it. You ask
for it. We guarantee to
give it in
Grown on the far
Heights of Ceylon
Nirvana is picked
and packed, under
diiect British sup
for this market.
Every package of Nirvana TEA
is packed in lead, which preserves
its freshness, flavor and fragrance
from Tea Gard.n to Tea Pot.
And every pouud or half-pound of
Nirvana Tea is inclosed in a card
board case, which bears the regis
tered trade mark and name of the.
Nirvana Tea Company.
Sold By AU Grocers
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HONOLULU'S SOCIAL CALENDAR FOR THE PAST. WEEKV
Admiral Scbree's puncheon.
Mri. Francis SWBdsyaJltnner.
Miss Hatch's'Uirmer Dance.
Van Rensselaer Dinner.
Captain Pond's Dinner. . Iv).
Moonlight Riding Party at Wallele.
Sunday: ' ft
Admiral Uarry's Luncheon.
I.lcut. Holmes Luncheon. , x
Captain Schrpeder's Reception.
Capt. and Mrs. Marlx's Dinner;
Mr. and Mrs. Ueorge Davles' Dinner.
Governor nnd Mrs. Frear.'s Reception.
Mr' and Mrs. li. F. Dillingham's 'Dinner,
llrldal Dinner nt' Young.
Mr. Victor Farrar Swimming Party.
Austin Wadman Wedding.
Princess Kalananaole's RecpUon
Mrs; Harry Macfarlane's Garden Party.
Mfss Ilallentyne's Luncheon. ... , .
Mrs. Wayson's Tea, ' '
Mrs. F. A. Schaefers Luncheon.
Mr. Oeorge Rodlek's Dinner nt Young.
.Thursday. . . ,,
Mrs. Frear's Garden Party.
Mr. and Mrs'. George .Davles' Dance.'
Mr. and Mrs. Bch'ultze's Dinner. '
Mrs. W. O. Bmith's Luncheon''
Friday: . ,
Mrs. Ilallou's Muslcale.
Miss Hatch's Luncheon. '
Mrs, Merrll's and Mrs. Dldiey's Tea.
Miss Dorothy Wood's Lunchsori.
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compllshed violinist, and has won- were, beside, tire gracious host and
uerrui command or technique: ;her hostess: Admiral and Mrs. Uriel 8e
numbers were of a classic nature. bree.Cantaln nnd Mrs. Cnrwln Rpm.
Miss Tanner was ably, accompanied Mr. and Mrs, Henry Dutton of San
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-'-"- -- ... . ..M..U., rTancisco, air. ana Airs, wilder, Air.
wife of Major Wadhams.. has a rich anU Mri. Arthur Dr0Wn, Mr. and
metso-suprano voice, and, sang sev- Mhl Hnrry Macfarlane, Captain Ro-
urVii ,Li. u,.uui,y. r.. gen df the u 8 8 Washington Mr.
Will Whitney, who, s talented pt- Walter D,nKnnm, Mr. Lansing MIs
anjlst also assisted in the. program. fter nnd Mr wlam Q , ,
Mrs. Chares Bryant Cooper's violin
solo was enthusiastically rendered. . . . , .
a, 1 ..i.i. . j.n.,.. , k Mitt Hatch s Dinner Dance.
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Soucl, the Wnlklkl residence of Mr.
and Mrs. F. M. Hatch. Baturday
evening, at which Miss Harriet
Hatch was the hostess, served to as
semble a number of this year's de
butantes, and the Midshipmen, of the
Pacific Fleet. The function was giv
en in honr of Miss Hatch's cousin.
Midshipman Frauk Cogswell of the
South Dakota. Forty guests were
Invited, the dinner being served at
seven o'clock. The table was pro
fusely decorated In red carnations,
candelabra with silken shades lent
added beauty to tho decorations, fav
ors were found at each place, carry
ing out the color scheme. After tho
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looked unusually well in blue satin.
Miss Mosher, who is the guest' ot
Miss Alice Hedeman, was. extremely
pretty in white satlu. Among the
guests were the Hon. and Mrs. Geo.
R. Carter, Consul and Mrs. Forster,
Judge and Mrs. Sidney Dallou, Dr.
and Mrs. Charles Bryant Cooper, Dr.
and Mrs. Hobdy, Mr. and Mrs. Ger
rlt Wilder, Mr. nnd Mrs. Sam Wil
der, Mr. and Mrs. James Wilder, Mr.
and Mrs. Robert Atkinson, Captain
and Mrs. Low, Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Macfarlane, Mr. and Mrs. Richard
lvers, Mr, and Mrs, Alan Bottomley,
which consist ot receptions, din
ners and teas; was the delightful
muslcale given 'by Mrs. Sidney Bal
lou at her charming home In Nuu
anu Valley Friday, The function'
was given In' honor of Mrs. Uriel Se
bree and Mrs. Harry Macfarlane. The
guests listened to a charmingly ar
ranged program from twelve to one
o'clock. Tho hostess, who Is a fin
ished musician, rendered several in.
strumental pieces In a masterly
style and was enthusiastically en
cored. Mrs. Low, wife of Captain
Low of the U. 8. M. C, captivated
charming matron possesses a high
soprano ot rare quality. Miss Ruth
Tanner made the hit of the afternoon.-
This young girl Is, an ac-
A Skin of Beauty is i Joy Forevei
Mr, nnd Mrs. Jamison, Dr. and Mrs. the audience with her singing. This
uoiuns, major ana Airs, winsiaw,
Mr, and Mrs. Pauline Scott, Captain
and Mrs. Rannlo Ecott, Captain and
Mrs. Rees, Mrs. Sebree, Miss Eleanor
Waterhouse, Miss Schaefer, Miss Elsa
Schaefer, Miss Violet' Damon, Miss
Vera Damon, Miss Cordelia Oilman,
Misses Jordan (2), Miss R, Catton,
Miss Marlon Scott, Miss Alice Hede
man, Miss Mosher, Mrs. Ernest Wa
terhouse, Miss Beatrice Castle, Miss
Qras, Messrs. Walter Dillingham, H.
horn, John Catton, Dr. Hedeman, Mr.
Hedeman, Lieut. Pardee, Lieut. Ex
ton, David Anderson, Captain May-
hew, Commander Trewby,
King, Lieut, Douglas, Paymaster
Wilson, Lieut, Wilcox, Capt. Fitz
herbert, Sub-Lieut. Pelly, Sub-Lieut.
Lucas, Sub-Lieut, Dixie and many
Mrs. Sidney BallouVMuiicale.
As a pleasant variation from the
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served at small tables, which were
ornamented with long-stemmed
American Benuty roses. The place
cards were, most unique; In the cor
nor "Overseas," tWe .name of the
Ballou home, was embossed in gold
letters. Musical quotations written
In gold proved very Interesting and
carried out the idea of the musical
entertainment. Those' present were
Mrs. Sidney Ballou, Mrs. Uriel Se
bree, Mrs. Corwln Rees, Mrs. Wal
ter Frear, Mrs. F. M. Hatch, Mrs.
George Carter, Mrs. Harry Macfar
lane, Mrs, Woodruff, Mrs, Gcrrlt
Wilder, Mrs. Joe Cooke, Miss Ruth
Tanner, Mrs. S. M. Damon, Mrs. Sam
Wilder, Mrs. William Love, Mrs. W.
L. Whitney, Mrs. Low, Mrs.' Wad
hams, Mrs. James Wilder, Miss Mar
Ion Scott, Mrs. Jack Dehsham, Mrs.
Charles Bryant Cooper, Mrs. George
Davles, Mrs. Howard Hitchcock,
Mrs. Erdman, Mrs, Wlnslow and
Mrs. Frear's Lawn Party.
The lawn party given by Mrs.
Frear at Arcadia Thursday after
noon was much enjoyed by the visit
ing navy, women, the affair being
Slycn In their honor.' Mrs. Frear
and her slster-lnlaw, Mrs. Philip
Frear, received the guests. A uor
tlon of the afternoon was spent bowl
Ing on the green. This Is not only
pn interesting, but a graceful sport,
and the women looked, very attrac
tve in their dainty frocks and ntc
ture hats. Later In the afternoon
a delicious collation was served in
the dining room. Miss Sheffield ren
dered an Instrumental piece and
contributed to the enjoyment ot the
affair. About sixty guests were
present, and an ideal afternoon was'
spent by Honolulu's favored few.
The Van Renttelaer Dinner,
Mongolia Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Al
exander Van.1 Renesslaer entertained
sixteen of their friends at a beautt-
Jully, appointed dinner, at the Moana
Hotel, Saturday evening. Dinner was
served at eight o'clock, the guests
were seated at an oval table, which
glittered with beautiful, cut glass
and silver. The color scheme was
red, In the center of,, the table, the
Hawaiian word Aloha, which trans
lated means good wishes was form
ed of exquisite cut flowers, around
each letter infinite slmal red elec
tric light bulbs were arranged, the
twinkling lights combined with the
raro flowers produced an unique cf.
feet, beautifully hand painted plac
ed cards, contributed to the color
scheme. After dinner, coffee and
repast,4 the young people tripped the
light fantastic until n late hour,
Mrs. Harry Macfarlane's' Lawn Party.
Mrs, Harry Macfarlane's lawnjlpar;
tr, Tuesday, though Informal, was ono
of tho, prettiest, atfajrs,r,pf the week.
Small, tables were set In the 'palm
grove ot the Seaside, wh,ero dainty re
freshments were served, Mrs. Walker
poured tea, under a bower of green.
Mrs-'Mncfarlane looked unusunllv.'woll
Mn a lingeries frock, with a- shower
hat, and received her guests In' her
usual charming manner. Among- tho
many guests were Mrs. Gerrlt Wilder,
Mrs. James Wilder, Mrs. Wllilam
Glassford, MrB7 Walker, Mrs. Uriel Se
bree, Mrs. Corwln. Rees, Miss Bradley
FlBko, Mrs. Sargent, Miss Kelley, Mrs.
Zclgemeior, 'Mrs, Waldo .Evans; Mrs.
Oakley, Mrs. George Davles, Mrs. Bal
lou, Mrs. J, Evans, Mrs. Cooke, Mrs.
Ivers, .Miss Marlon Scott, Mrs. Whit
ney, Mrs. R. Scott, Mrs. Helen Noonan,
Captain and Mrsv Corwln Rfes and
Mrs. Sebree will spend the week end
on Mount Tantalus.
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possets tonal qualities of rare swectneas and Jepth,
revralin the infinite care and skill with which
each part of the instrument is made and assembled.
Perfection of construction is your guarantee
that trie Chickering tone it lasting, tKat it will
never decrease in volume or lot itt irrefutable-charm.
Bergstrom Music Co., Ltd.,
Sole Agents for Hawaii
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