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EVENING BULLETIN HONOLULU, T. II., BATUKDAV, OCT. 1C, 1900
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MONDAY, TUESDAY, and WEDNESDAY . , SPEf&lS
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UNUSUAL UrrUKTUlNlliUiO run ajljEjivi cuimw,
Special No. 3
Special No. 1
ENGLISH LONG CLOTH, 12 yd.
pieces. Monday, Tuesday and Wed
nesday, $2.25 quality at $1.90 a
Special. No. 2
BLACK TAFFETA SILK, 36 inch
es wide, Monday, Tuesday and Wed
nesday. $1.25 quality at lOd a
vkviw ntnPONS. Dresden and
T.nren flT.ASS TOWELING, red
Persian effects. Monday, Tuesday and
Wednesday,. 63c quality, 45i a
and blue check, Monday, Tuesday
and Wednesday, . too quality,
Girls, Monday, Tuesday, and. Wednes
day, 20c quality, 15. '
Cushion Covers in all the latest
The Biliken Cushion Top. Don't
forget to sec it.
Tinted Cushion Tops with backs,
35 and upward.
Burlap Cushion Tops, with backs,
new designs, 35 each.
Linen Stamped Pillow Tops, with
backs, 50 each.
The new Oblong Pillow Top in
pretty tinted designs.
New Lithocranh Pillow Tops, nov-
1 rtrtrm fl
SEE OUR WINDOW AND INTERIO R DISPLAY
Tanestrv .Pillow Tops, from 35
Satin Pillow Tops, beautiful color
tag, at 90.
Pillow Bags, all ready for use, new
and unique designs.
Painted Pillow Bags, 35.
Tapestry Pillow Bags, new de.
Burlap Pillow Bags, novel de
Oriental Pillow Bags, beautiful
vvv...ft at-. .. u
RtamntA T.lneni TJovlies. Centers.
Scarfes and Squares, in all sizes and
Sthamped Linen Towels, all ready
New Stamped Lingerie, in pretty
Stamped Laundry Eaes.
New Pillow Ruffling in 4 1-2 yard
Silk and Mercerised Cords, in lolid
colors and combination of colors.
A new assortment of Lace
trimmed Art Linens.
Our HATS are beautiful. Our PRICES are
moderate. The Fall season has arrived.
New Hats must be bought. Styles are
authentically established and reflected in
infinite variety in our latest arrivals.
There Is every reason why you should buy
your Fall Hat now.
Jb'ail Shorting of Ladies' and
Children's New Fall Sweaters
CHILDREN'S 8WEATERS, in red,' white and navy, all lizes, $1.00
each. MISSES' SWEATERS 91.75. t
LADIES' SWEATERS, f 3.50 each.
THE ALICE COAT SWEATER. 9450 each.
THE LONG SWEATER MOTOR COAT, new and stylish.
SEE OUR WINDOW DISPLAY.
Made To Order
Plain cloth covered or Ivory Rim,
in all sizes.
colors. 25c quality at 20 a yd.
A new assortment' in stripes, fig.
urcs and polka dots, light and dark
Fall patterns, fancy checks and
stripes, at 100 and 12 1-2.' ,
N. S. SACHS DRY GOODS CO., LTD.
Corner Fort and Beretania Streets Opposite Fire Station '
SOCIAL CHATTER a: HOME TALK j
N the mart to Walklkl '
O Where the odorous tluck ponds
There the waddling ducks dU-
All day long In merry glco
On tho road to Walklkl.
It has been decreed that the sport
ho duck must go where, no ono
cares, unless It Is to furnish tho
pleio do resistance of u good din
ner. A miniature city will be creat
ed on tho unsightly spot, which has
marred the beauty of tho approach
tn Dm resort which Honolulu Is so
Justly proud of. Many n protest
against the unsavory odors which
hao ussalled tho nostrils of the
stranger within our gates, as well
as those domlilled in this earthly
paradise, nmf tho good tidings of tho
mrtamorpho'o. so near at hand, will
bring gratitude to the enterprising
men who hae this Improvement In
charge, and are making rnpld strides
to dredge, and build tho "lluiigalow
City," which cannot fall to bo u
thing of beauty" for tho bungalows
In themsches will bo attraction,
made doubly ro, by their surround
ings of gieen lawn. Dowering plants
and lncs, nnd lust but not least.
Tho stately palm, eor with us, will
bu n welcome chango, nnd till a long
felt want for those desiring a home
at, 'or near tho beach. This should
appeal to the vaeiago home seeker,
the easy aiiehs to the ocean and tho
fact, that the houses will bo well
equipped with every convince, augurs'
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wen lor me su-cebs ui mi. .nvj.-..
Moana Hotel Hop.
Tho Iron cior. at ll'u Moana hotel
in honor of the Armr pcoj lo on board
I ho trnnnmirt Tlionils WW one of the
moBt successful iKairi of tho season
end that Is not a morn conventional
remark! All the joung p-opic who at
tended tho affair both from towr and
from tho transport, were eager f )t tho
dance, tho women looked unusually
well, for they had donned their prct
tlcst gowns for the occasion, tho can
cers looked natty In their wlilta uni
forms, whllo tho town men wore the
conventional evening dress. A num
ber of tho visitors had never heard the
Hawaiian music and were most en
thusiastic over "Cimha's singing
boys." tho dancing kept up until inc
last car, which alas! camo all t-w
booh! was tho general comment.
Frank Damon's Dinner.
Mr nnii m. Frank Damon enter
tained Thursday evening compllmen
tary to Judgo and Mrs. Kingsbury
at their charming homo at Moana
lim. Over the round tablo was sus
pended beautiful hanging basket,
the long fronds of maiden hair fern,
'and tho trail asparagus vino, com
bined with tho center pleco of sweet
scented star Jcssamluo nnd white be
gonias presented nn exquisite nnd
novel dccointlon. Candelabra with
delicate gieen candles nnd Bhadcs,
contributed to tho decoration of
give it in
We aim for it. You ask
for it. We guarantee to
SOCIAL CALENDAR FOB PAST WEEK.
Saturday: .i '" iR"
Mnjor nnd Mrs. Wadhum's Dlnnerji
Miss McCorrlston's Tea. I !ts
Launch Ride to I'earl Harbor, t, ,
Mrs. Tnuncr's Dinner. .
Mr. and Mrs. K lamp's Dinner.
Mr. nud Mrs. Dnwcn's Dinner, a
. Mr. and Mrs. William's Dinner,- t
Mrs. Swamy's Luncheon. , l
Gnrtlcy Dinner at Country Club.
Mrs. Arthur Wall's Surtlng Party, i
Governor Ktear's Luncheon. u
Judgo and Mrs. Quarrel's Dinner.
Mrs. Abies Thimble Party.
Tho Misses Walker's Luncheon.
Mr. and Mrs. Elston's Thcatro Party.
Governor nnd Mrs. Krcnr's Dinner
Dance for Ocncral and Mrs. J. J. Pershing.
Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Castle's Dinner.
Danco at Moana.
Captain and Mrs. R iniscy Luuihcon.v
Morning Music Club.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lewis' Luncheon.
Major nnd Mrs. Wndham's Tea.
Mm. Ned Jones' Luncheon.
Mr. and Mrs. Prank Damon's Dinner.
Mrs. Dillingham's Luncheon.
Mrs. Wood's llrldge Luncheon.
Misses McClellan'B Luncheon.
I were Judgo nnd Mrs. Klngabury, Mn- Kingsbury, Mr. nnd Mrs. Mason
I or and Mrs. Wndhams, Mrs. Wnldu Prosscr, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Dcer-
Kxnns, wife of Lt.-Commndcr Kvans ng. Doctor and 'Mrs. Charles liry
'of the U. 8. 8. Pennsylvania, Mr. ant Cooper, Mies Blanche Thatcher
ami Mrs. Mnnnle Phillips, Mrs. 8. (L nnd Mr. Charles McAvoy.
iKvnqK, wife of Surgeon Kvans ot
'Pncine Fleet, and, Mr. !J. F. With- nr, and Mrs. Qartley'i Dinner. ,
man. I The Honolulu Country Club, was
I the setting for a very pretty dinner
The Misses McClellan's Luncheon. Monday evening, which was given In
i'llday. Miss Roso McClolInn and honor of Mr. and Mrs. Charles El-
Grown on the fan
Heights of Ceylon
Nirvana is picked
and packed nnder
dhect British sup
for this market.
Every package of Nirvana Tea
is packed in lead, which preserves
its frcshnesi, flavor and fragrance
Prom Tea Gard .n to Tea Pot.
And every pound or half-pound of
Nirvana Tea i? enclosed in a card
board case, which beais the regis
tered trade mark and name of the
Nirvana lea Company.
whtto and green. After dinner a'
dollghtful musical programme was
rendered, the chief participants do
ing Miss Violet Damon, who Is an
accomplished violinist. Mrs. L. Tcn
ncy Peck whoso singing was much
onjoved, and Mrs. Wadhams, wife or
Major Wudhnms, whoso sweet mezzo
Bopruuo nppcnled to all tho listeners.
Those present at the dinner were
Mr. nnd Mrs. Frank Damon, Judge
and Mrs. gulden Kingsbury, Major
and Mrs. Wudhams, Mr. and Mrs. L.
Tcnncy Peck and Miss Violet Damon.
Mr. and Mrs. Williams' Dinner.
Most cnJojaLlo was tho dinner
given by Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wll
Hams ut their homo at
Btrcct Sunday morning.
tlon was given In honor ot Mr. ana
Mrs. C. Paul Hang of San Francisco.
I'lnli roses mndo a beautiful orna
mentation for the table, lets ot sweet
scented pink carnations wero found
at each place. Different views of
the houso, mounted on artistic cards
wero used as place cards, after dlu
nor a musical evening was enjoyed,
Mr. Kenneth and Mr. Wlltnrd Abies,
nephews of the host and hostess,are
nrnflrtnnt tn thn lilnnn nnil vtnllii.
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and contributed a number of selec- Zi
tlons to Impromptu musical. Those.Sjjj
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Williams, Mr. and Mrs. C. Paul
llnag, Mr. and Mrs, L, C. Abies, Mr,
and Mrs. Levy, Mr, Kenneth Abies,
Mrs. Zcavo, Mr. .Wlllatd Abtes and
Mr, Charles Osborne.
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Castle's Dinner.
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Castleienter-
day, In honor ot Judge and Mrs.
Scldon Kingsbury qt Maul. Tho ta
ble was In jellow, feathery yellow
chrjsanthomums formed the center
pleco, coffee was served on the large
circular maknl Innal, after dinner,
and an enjoynblo evening was spent
at this mcautiful home. Those pres
ent were Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Castle,
Judge and Mrs. Kingsbury, General
nnd Mrs. McClellan, Major and Mrs.
Wndhums und Miss Ucatrlce Castle.
Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Klamn's
At their beautiful home at 101b
Thurston Avenue, sMr. nnd Mis.
Klamp entertained at dinner Hunduy
240 King evening In honor of Judge and Mrs.
Tho func- Kingsbury. A delicious dinner was
served, nnd tho tablo was artistic In
red roses; those who enjoyed the
hospitality ot Mr. and Mrs. Klamp
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Miss Jostphlno McClellan were hos
tcsscs at a luncheon given ut their
home in Nuuanu Valley. The dining
room, whero the repast was served,
was decorated In Pink Duchess roses,
these exquisite flowers formed the
center piece of the well appointed
table, pink place cards ornamented
with violets were much admired by
thoso present. Tho color schemo or
pink and violet was extremely pret
ty; tho guests ot tho Misses MsClel
Ian were Miss lrma llallentjnc, Miss
Alice Hcdcmnn, Miss Moshor, Miss
Alice Spalding, Miss Mario llallen
tjnc, Miss Hthcl Spalding, Miss Har
riet Hatch, Mrs. Samuel Damon, Miss
Dorothy Wpod and Miss Kathcrino
Mrs. Clifford B. Wood's Bridge
Ono of tho most enjojablo affairs
of the wcok, was tho llrldge Lunch
uon given Friday, by Mrs. Wood at
her homo on Thurston Avenue. Ten
guests were seated around the table,
which was appropriately decorated In
whlto asters, beautiful "European
placo cards representing views ut
Italy were used. After luncheon
the all absorbing game of Drldgo
was Indulged in. Tho fortunate
guests wero Mrs. Andrew Fulltr,
Mrs. Wlddlflcld, Mrs. Hello Jones.
Mrs. L. Tcnnoy Peck, Mrs. Kings
bury, Mrs. Wudhams, Mrs. Mannlo
Phillips, Mrs. Harry Lewis nnd Mis.
The Misses Walker's Luncheon.
Miss Margaret Walker and Miss
Agnos Walker entertained a number
of old friends nt an Impromptu lun
cheon, Tuesday, ut their homo at
Wnlklkl. The affair was very de
llghtful, princlrally on account ol
its Informality, Small tables wore
arranged on the Walklkl lanal, four
guests were, seated at each table,
which wero decorated In cut flow
ers; nftor luncheon Uie remainder
ot the afternoon was demoted to
Urldge. Among the guests wero Mrs.
James Wilder, Miss, Ilarnes, Mrs.
Jack Dowsett,, Mrs. Alexander Camp
bell, Mrs. Gertrude Wilder, Mrs. U.
I). Wood, Mrs. M. M. Scott, Mrs,
Chailes llrjant Cooper, Mrs,. Fred
erick Klebuhn, Mrs, Charles Wilder,
Mrs. Arthur Drown, Mrs. Frederick
Klamp, Mrs. Samuel Wqdhams, Mrs.
Major and Mn. Wadham's Dinner,
Satuiday evening, Major nnu una.
Wadhams gao a Jolly little dinner
in Honor of their house guests,
Judge and Mrs. Kingsbury, The tn
ile was piettlly nrianged for the
occasion, coders wero laid for
twelve, pink roses ,cre lavishly
used In the dining room bb a decor
ation., Tl'Ofie prescnf, ,were, Major,;
slon, by Mr. u'nd Mrs. Alonxo Hart
ley, i ho party motored to thelJluu,
dinner was served nt seven o'clock;
the table was tastefully decorated in
purple astors. During dinner Sonny
Cunha's Quintet .Club, sang beautiful
Hawaiian airs. Later In the evening,
duncing was Indulged in until a late
hour. Among those present were
Mr. nnd Mrs. Alonzo Hartley, Mr.i
and Mrs. Chailes Elston, Miss Phln
ney. Miss Suo Clarke, Miss Elston,'
Mr. Iloud, Mr. Jordan and Arthur
Mrs. Ned Jones Luncheon.
Mrs. Ned Jones euloiiuiiiod In
honor of Mrs. Churlos Elston, Thurs
scheme of color for the Uiblo was
pink nnd green. Large doublo pink
hibiscus wero banked In tho center,
white trailing slmllax nws festoon
ed from the chandollor, to the torn
era ot the tablo. Attractive pln'c
place cards designutedupach iplncc.
Thoso piescnt Jnmldo.tuc Jioqlfss and
her guest of" honor were, Mrs. Wnl
tor Frear, wife of Governor .Frear,
Mrs. Samuel Wilder, Mrs. Albert
Watorhousc, Miss Elston, Miss Sua
Clnlke or California, Miss Phlnnoy,
Miss Kopkc, Mrs. Ernest Ross and
Miss Irmgard Schaefer,
Miss McCorriston Entertains.
Miss Hello McCorriston is giving
a surprise linen shower this after
noon, in honr of Mrs. Joseph Kllot
Austin, wlioso marrlago took placo
a little over i week ago, to Mr. Aus
tin of tho U,, S. S. South Dakota.
About twenty five girls havo been
Invited, all tho guests will bo Inti
mate friends of tho pretty llttla
bride, each one bearing a pretty gift
of linen to bo used In the homo of
dny, nt her home in Nuuanu Valley, t the happy )oung couple when they
Tho affair was a luncheon, mo are reunited in ueccmuer.
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T is a very real tense iahafaction
that comca from owning an article
that is trie very best of ita kino! ;
few there are 'who have not experi
enced it. Every one
ha something of
that he treasures.
J, 7h$ Chiclcerinp;
Piano is bound to 'be
a aource of unending
atisraction to the
buyer ; the, more of
a musician he is the
letter will he be
pleased with his
investment, (or the
tone of the Chickering is the height of perfection
that is without equal.
Bergstrom Music Go., Ltd.,
Sole Agents forJHaii
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