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"rBVEU MO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T.'ftt SATUnDAY, OCT730, 1909.
frj iCway ijr-r-yrr&.
Our Window Display
will interest you
The most remarkable values in
Dunn's Hat Shop, Ltd., fort and beretama-streets
. -" - -
Mfrsi mtgiT. fJwrfwuMr3uwwtrvua
,s" .sr .
Important nfMlatlons nt tills port. S.
F. Post. Oct. 10.
Utlca, Oct. 5' -Richard Ijpdlko Sher
man, ton of the, Vlce-lresldcnt nnd
Mrs. Jnmcs Schoolcrnfi'shermnn. und
Ming Klcanor Millar, daughtervpt tho
lato Mr. and Mrs. Henry V. Millar, an
heiress, wera married at Calvary Cpls
copal Cliu'rch hero tlifs evening at 8
o'clock In tho presence of a brilliant
rnd fas'ilonablo gathering. Tho cere
mony was performed by tho rector, tho
Rev. E. II. Colcy,
Tho maid of honor wan Mils Qer
tlst and hla wife, Mr. nnd Mrs. D.
Howard Hitchcock. Miss Wight will
exhibit It, In tho Spring, nt the Ro
jal Academy In Chrlitlnln. This
popular young girl has received
many beautiful, nnd costly gifts, 1it
future mothcr-ln-Iaw has prcsontcd
her with n $800 sl)vcr service, which
numbers over sixteen pieces, and a
generous check to purchase a now
home this being tho custom of tho
Hurum family, o provide each mem
ber, upon their marriage, with a pa
latial home. ,
One of tho prettiest luncheons of
tho season was given. Tuesday by Mrt
The Alexander Campbell's Entertain, friends that wero present. Tho nr-
Tho Alexander Campbells cntur- fair was given Thursday, magncta
talncd Informal! at dinner, this bougaliivlllca wns nrmnged In graco-
vvcek In honor of tho 1'ruuU Ulchard-1 fill spravs on tho table, proving an
trudo Millar, n nlstcr of tho bride and I Marlx, wlfo of Captain Mnrlx of the
I tile brldesmnjdo were Miss Florence, U. S. M. C. nt their attractive home,
Irnmntnek nnil Mta Mnrenrnt r?rntiRn'on Hlnchntn street. Tho hishlv tiol-
of Utlca,' Miss Isabella Mott of Hamll-1 Ished tablo was ornumentcd with
ton and Miss Katherlnc I). Upham of
Clarcmont, N. II. Mr. Sherman's at
tendant was 0 cor go 11. Slcard of But
falo. his clnsamnto at Hamilton Col-
sons, who leave next week for tho
Friday evening, Mr. Henry Wlch
mau was tha host nt u charmingly
appointed dinner; tho tablu was de
coiated lu violets. Among those pre
sent were Mr. llcniy Wlchmnn, Mr.
nnd Mrs. Frederick Khimp, Mrs.
Mary Guim and Mr. and Mrs. Ilraln
Dr. and Mrs. Wood's Sinner.
Doctor uiid Mis. Wood entertain
ed Wednesday in honor of Mr. and
Mrs. Herman Focke who hnvo re
cently returned from a trip abroad.
Mrs. FocUo Is hnnsoinccr than ever,
nnd, her beauty la enuuncOiP by her
nuiuoious fctLhliig tolllctles, pur
chased on tho other side.
Captain and Mrs. Manx Sinner.
Captain nnd Mrs. Mnilx enter
tained at Jolly Utile dinner. Til
day ovcnlng In honor of tho hostesses
birthday. Tho tablu vva3 nrtlstlcally
decorated In fragiant purplo violets.
Thoio present wero Captain and Mrs.
Marlx, Pn) master and Mrs. Horn
bergcr, Mr. nnd Mis. J. Morton
Rlggs, Miss Knthcrlno Stevens and
William O. Iiwln has arrived from
Honolulu, having been accompanied
en routo bj Mrs. Richard Ivors, mother
of Mrs Irvvjn, nnd Linslns Mlznor.
Mrs. Ivors Is on routo to Philadelphia
to bo with her two daughters, Mrs.
Cdwaid Miiiiro Robinson and Mrs.
Irwin, tho latter having nrilved two
weeks ago with her daughter frour
Huropo Sill rr.iticlscn Tost, Oct II.
Mrs. Wall's luncheon.
Mrs. Ormond Wall's luiiiheou vv'ns
much cujojed by the tatcrlo of
tffectho decoration. Among thoso
who nccoptcd Mrs. Wall's Invitation
wero Sirs. Fred Smith, Mrs. Arthur
Wall, Mrs. Theodore Lansing, Mrs.
McStnchcr, Mrs. Sam Peck nnd Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Furor's Moonlight Pic
nic. Mr. nnd Mrs. Furor wero host and
hostess nt a picnic Wednesday around
Diamond Head, tho party comprised
twenty of Honolulu's voung society
folk. A bon Dre was built on the
beach, whera n delicious supper was
cooked, and the coltco which was
brewed was voted "Ncctnr fit for the
gods." After a delightful ovcnlng.
the party returned to Honolulu by
Jits. Swanzy's Children's Party.
Mrs. Finncla Swnnzy Is giving a
Hallowe'en Dinner Dinro In honor of
Hllznbcth and I'hoebo Carter. Lit
tle Hosamoud Swanzv will act as hos
tess; about forty guests will be pre'
IVo. riilllp Paschol, Dudley Sales anl
Captain and Mrs. Sterling Post.ey
Adams entertained friends at dinner
nt their homo nt tho Presidio, tho af
fah being a courtesy In honor of Mrs.
Wnggcrmnnn of Wnslrington, D. C.
Uitcr on the guests khared Cnptaln
nnd Mrs Adams' box at tho theater.
S. K. Post, Oct. 10.
Hawaiian Matron Berkeley Visitor.
nerkeloy, Oct. 14. Mrs. C. Q. White
n prominent oung matron of Haiku.
Hawaiian Islands. Is vUltlng her moth-ni-
1ra PIV In hnr Itnstn street
linw. nn.l mnnv nffnlra lin,r linen civ- "J' "rB. Habcock'
tn in'hcr honor. lr' 8hcrmBn ls Pre,lucnt ' tho Con-
' , ,. tolldatcd Water Company hero. Ho
Mrs. Wh to will rcmalnlhcre for a I - .' ' '
month, when sho will bo rejoined by M,sg Ej,abeth Leslie Wight w)io
herjjusband. who Is vltltlng his par- has becn tll0 Bucat ot ,,cr Brnn(IlII0'i
chrysanthemums. In fact It was a
chrysanthemum luncheon, tha center
piece ot tho largo, feathery (lowers,
lege. The Ushers wore John D 'White I was effective, and hand painted place
Hubert D. Kenan, Itusccll II. Ilren-' cards with ornamentations of these)
ABMINISTHATOR'SSALli OF REAL
AND PERSONAL ESTATE.
Notice ls hereby given that under
and In pursuincc of nn order Issued
out of the Circuit Court of the Klrst
Circuit, Territory of Hawaii, In the
estate of Wnller Chamberlain Pea
cock, deceased, the undersigned ns
Administrator with the Will annex
ed of the Kstuto of the said Walter
Chamberlain Peacock, deccubed, Is
authorized to and will sell at public
auction, through J. K. Morgan, nuc-
tloncer, to the highest bidder for
cash on Siturdnj, the 20lh day of
November, l'J09, nt 12 o'clock noon
of that da, at the front door of tho
hand made dollies, embroidered In j Judiciary Dulldliig, In the city ot
Honolulu, all the right, title nnd In
terest of tho said Walter Chamber
lain Peacock, deceased, of. In and
to all the following propel t
Plrst. All that certain piece or
o on tllshop
the Circuit Court of tho I irsfr Cir
cuit, of the Icnltorv of Hawaii
lor further particulars npp) to
Dated, Honolulu, October 27th,
Administrator With tho
Will Annexed of tho
Ustntu of Walter
1452 Oct 2S, 2D, .".O, Nov. 1, 2, .1,
4, 5. (J, S. 3, 10. 11, 12, 13, 15,
10, 17. 18, 10
iward K. Coklncham and Mcr-I (lowers, added to tho beauty of tho i parcel of land situate
llnrt of Utlca, Kduard W. Hoot' appointments of tho table. Mrs. Ma-1 street, between King ai
of Clinton, Frederick G. Italian oflrlx, looked charming In a llpgcrle . streets. In the cltj of Honolulu, Ter
Dansvllle and Hnrley L. Slowed! of frock; the guests present wero Mrs. jrltory of Hawaii, and more p irticu
Now York. W'alter rear, Mrs Uriel Bebree, Mrs. , larly described aa follow. llcglu-
During the post week n number of Corwln I tees, princess Kalanlunaole, ' nlng nt a point on the southeast
Mrs. Sidney Ualloti, Mrs. Ralph Tors
ter, Mrs. Lincoln, Mrs. MeClellan,
Mrs. .Woodruff, Mrs. Joseph Ollratn,
and Mss Irmgard Scnefer; after lun
cheon the guests participated In
llrldge whist this luncheon Is the
hril of a series of three, the second
Riven an old Swiss wntch, onco won ,fufctlon win be glvcnv week utter
oy Mrs. Ilnbcock's mother. n'ci.
dinners nnd luncheons wero given In
honor of tho couple. At one given at
tha homo of Mrs. Hancock, Mr. Sher
man's grandmother, checks for $5,000
wero slvcn tho brldexroom, hs two
brothers nnd hla coilsln, Shcrllt Dal)
cock. Young Mr. Shorman'i bride was
side ot lllshop street, said point be
ing 232 CO' 40.0S feet northeast or
tho cast corner ot Merchant and
lllshop streets, the tuordlnates of
this corner fiom u street monument
v. hlch marks tha Intersection of 't
0-foot offset In tho street from the
northwest line of Alnkcn street an1
an 8-foot offset lu the street from
the southwest lino ot Merchant
street being 215.9 feet north nnd
sues were the hostesses nt a J97-" '' 1(i 1 running bj
mmlng party a tho Robert Lew- "ue azimuths:
Wnlkiki home. After on cnjoynl J? 308" 30' 85-3u 'ctJ
ther, Mrs. Elizabeth Klnau Wilder at
"Esbank" for tho past enr, leaves
cut's In Cfcvelnnd. Ho is n member of
a well known family of that city In
large manufacturing enterprises. Ho i .ll0 Alameda for Clhrlstlnln Kor
has lived In tho Hawnllan Islands fornj-, WMCra hho wln )8 marre(l on
a number of cars and owns ono of tho he'r arrf.nl to Herr Alf. Thorwalet
sent'. Tho decorations w(ll carry out 'nrB' i;'nePto J'lntoUona there.- Hurum. head of tho Scandinavian To
tho Hnllowo'cn celebration, and a B- " CM' Ji hacto Trust at Lungaard. Chlstlnla.
number of "stunts" have been plnn-1 '(Owing to the deep mourning of the
ned. which undouhtedlj will pro- Ennagement. family, th wedding will be vory
voko creat mcrilment unibne tho i Tho engagement Is announced of quiet, taking place at tho 'American
joung people After dinner, dnnc-' Mls,t Dorothv B. Sumner, daughter of Consulate. Iho engngemenl Is. onr
Ing will lo pirtlclpnted in, many "" " J. o""r ui ui wicrui juurs siunuing, ine oung
Last Saturday afternoon
era' Walklkt home. After an cnjoyal
swim in the briny deep a delicious
buffet luncheon was served under
the hau treo on tho beach. Those
present wero Mrs. John Angus, Miss
,Vera Damon, Miss Ulancho Sopcr,
Mtsij Leslie Wight, Mrs. Hoffman,
Mrs,, Clifford It. High, Miss Klla
Wight, Miss Dodge, Mrs. Georgo An
nua. Mlftn Pri.fl Ancnifl Mm Prnilnrlo'
Klamu. Mrs. Austin. Miss Wndmau. I s,rco'8' ,n taUl Honolulu, nnd do
229 00 73.75 feet;
141 45' 77.7G feet;
52 50' 93.22 feet along
lllshop street to tho Initial
Area G.71G squaie feet.
Second. All that certain piece or .
parcel of land bltuato on tho east i
I corner of Nuuanu nnd Merchant .
Is W. P. Fuller &
Co.'s PURE PRE
Some paints may
cost from 5 to 10
rer cent less, but
arousd the next
mint bill 50 per
cent sooner. .
177 S. King St.
OF ALL KINDS,
DEALERS UI LUUBEB.
ALLEN A ROBINSON.
i'-frn Street :; ;: :: Honolulu.
giaeoftil Ilnrn Duiccs, nnd tho Bos
ton will bo Indulged In.
Mrs. Klcanor Martin gavo a Portola
dinner last ovcnlng In honor ot Mr.
and Mi 8. Qeorgo Russell Lukens. Yel
low chrysanthemums mil Amerlom
nenuty roses wero combined In n way
to carry out tho festival colors.
Miss Mm Ha Feo was hostess at an
other dinner, her gust of honor lm-III!,-
Mln Alice. MacFarlano of Hono
lulu. Tho other gnosis wero Atiss Hrna
81. fjoar, 'SIlss Fernanda Pratt, Miss
Margaret Ross, Melvln Pfnff .Icrnnio
Mrs. Robert Lowers, Miss Schaefor,
Miss Hello McCorriston, Miss Arnold
nnd Miss Grow of California, and
At their new home on Alewa
Oakland, nnd Klmer B. Richards of people having met In llcrlln wjiero , Heights, Mr. and Mrs. W. U. Coombs
HIIo, Hawaii. .both were students. Mr. Hurum Is nntHrtnin.,t nt n lMiirhtrni iinffpt
Supper on Saturday evening. Their
guests wero Dr. and Mrs. W. Hoff
man, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Montrose
MIs'h' Sumner is well known In nut- J both a mukltlnn and n composer
steal circles on both Bides of tho ba,
being vory talented as a vocalist and
pianist. ProfeuEor Sumner has been
Identified with tho high schools of
Oakland for cars, and tho family Is
I lehlv connected Miss Sumner is at
Ipiosont visiting relatives In Washing-,
I .... n r. Im !....... . I.. 1.TA. -n6
IWIlt 1 V,. Ill IUBIU1 Ullll HI 1VN IUIAi
making her farewells preliminary to
redding ou tho Islands. Tlio wedding
will tnko placo likely In December.
Mi. Richards Is ono of tho prominent
business men of tho Islands, havlig
A microscope affords amusement which is instructive.
In the hands of adults or youths the microscope develops
a broad interest in nature and coltivates valuable habits of
We cany the best and complete equipment, such as
necessary apparatus for making "mounts," pocket magni
fying glass, dissecting set, glass slides, etc. We invite
Honolulu Photo Supply Co.,
"Eveiything Photographic." Fort St,, near Hotel.
several years ago there was a musi
cal competition at the Rovnl Aca
demy In llcrlln; out of tho threo Graham. Dr. nnd Mrs. Qoo. Augur,
.iyu.iiiu nuiii-utt, Air. Hurum was Mr. and Mrs. Marston Campbell and
one of the five to hnvo his compos!- J their cous:u Miss Zumont, Mr. and
Hon accepted; ho only had these iom. Mrs, n, Campbell Mr. nnd Mrs,
positions printed In order that his Eugene Steer, Miss Lena Whltford
father could see them beforo )ie pass- and jjri w. Kmory.
cd nway. After taking his dogreb nt'
th? Hochsthuler he will enier me Early next month Mr. and Mrs.
Diplomatic Corps. The Hurum home. Henry l.ord Chaso will tnkn Dosses-
on Josephine Oladc. Is ono of tho, hlun ot (heir honie In Moss avenue,
most beautiful places In Chrlstlnla They recently returned from a soluurn
occupving a block In tho heart ot of several months In tho Hawaiian 1st
the city, MJss Wight is a girl Of ands Durlne thflr atuoncn lh.v
versatile nature, sho Inherits, frpm leased tholr housjto Mr. and Mrs
her Grandmother Wilder, a charm of stuart Haw Icy, formerly Miss Harriet
conversation that Is most pleasing. Meek. Tho Hnwlovs aro planning
in her four K'nts abroad hq has later to build their owu home In Linda
traveled In nearly overy country, VHtu-San Francisco Call, Oct. 15.
.-nectlng man) delightful people, and
having niaii Intercitlug experiences. Francis Cooper was tho host ot a
One summer In Norway, while walk- house party given at hla parents
Ipgi In the woods near "Voien Kol- Pearl City home during the last week
,len," sho met nnd conversed with end. Mis Mursdcn CampboJI c(inp-
tne jKlng nnil ejueen of'drway qroncd tho following oung peoplo
the Queen of England and tho Czar- vyio made up the Jolly party, Mar
ina of Russia, und baej the lionor-ot g'aret 'Restarlck, Inn Ferguson, Mar
taking their phntogiiiphs! . Hor year caret Centei. Mndallne Ross. Martlm
I nt homo has been both delightful and MrChesney, Jullotto Atwatcr, Psjcho
iprolltuhle, hnvln gucpeptcd tho post- Horry, Aitluir Oilman, FruncU Coop-
Hon of "Hlghei Hngllsh iTeaihoc".ln or, Marston Campbell, Ivan Graham,
1 the Normal School for a ft months, Allan Rcnton, Reynold McGrew, W(l-
uiiu uuriiitj nnil nine ruviseu iii nam i;iiapun nuu iieniey unapiin.
JIngllsh courtu for the Senior class. "
this gifted )oung girl has been busy Mr. and Mrs Herman Fockp enter-
tho last few months on,(her grand- tallied Informally nt dinner, Sunday,
mother's book "Memoirs ot Ullzabeth at their Nuuanu Valley home. Roues
Klnau Wilder" which is now In tho were used lavishly as n decoration!
JPreBs. The favoie"dkfew( who havo tjioso present wefe Doctor and Mrs.
enjoved the proff copies, say It Is tho Rodlck, Mr, and Mrs. D, R. StucU
muat Interesting, and harming work able and Mr. Muhlendorf,
scrlbvd tis follows: Commencing at
the enst corner of Nuuanu and Mer
chant streets, nnd running:
(1) N. 6G 47' H. true CS.8 feet
along' Nuuanu street;
(2) 8. 25 03 E. true C3 feet
(3) S. 05 40' W. truo 05 feet
along J. T. Watcrhouso'a
(4) N. 28 10' W. true G3.7 feet
along Merchant street to
Area 4,728 square feet.
Third. All that piece or parcel
of land Bltuate on the maknl side of
Queen street, makal ot the Judiciary
Dulldlng, In said Honoulu, being
the same prcmUcs described In that
certain deed made by C. A. Peacock
to W. C. Peucock dated September
30, 1892, and of reeoid In LIUer
135 on pages 480-482, and moro
particularly described ns follows:
Q00D MEALS E0R 25 CElfrS. t
NEW AND EXPERIENCED COOK.
Everything in Season. t
Hotel Street, near Fort. ' j
We want to see all our old ens- ,
tomers come 'jack.
941 NUUANU ST
The best in
'ROSES, CARNATIONS and other
KRS. E. M. TAYLOR.
Young IHg. Tel. 339.
PERFECTION ROOF PAINT
lleglnnlng at the cntt corner of this Qivc it a trial. Guaranteed to prova
lot nnd on tho m.iUhl stdo of Qcen good. Write for booklet to P. 0.
street, tho coordinates of bald point Box 93.
of bi'grnnlng referred to Govern-
ment Survey Trig Station "Punch- TIIE0. H. DAVLES & CO., AGENTS.
uowr uelng 2,748.5 feet south,
and 3792.2 feet west, and the
true azimuth and distance from a '
Government Burvoy street monu
ment ut the Intersection of Queen
and I'lfuthbow I streets, being 2J9'
60' 235.2 feet, theneu running by
(1) 08 35' 113.9 f.et along
land ot J. Ruckle) ; I
148" 55' 55.4 feet along
fenco along land owned by
Castle & Cooke, Ltd.
240 25' 105.O feet along
L C. A 214 to Mnuulkl;
321 15' 61,1 fcot along ma
kal side of Queen street to
liolnt of beginning,
Area G,2.'0 square feet,
Fourth. All tho right, title and
protralng the old Hawaiian Davs.
It Is In the forpi of narrative, and
nnd When llaby was sick, wo gave her
sovcrnl political letters of tho Judd Castorla.
family will annear In mint, fur tho When tha was u'Chlld. she crlad for
I, first time, For tho prcsont It will Castorla.
not h on sale, but strictly n gift When sha becamo Miss, she clunc to
book. Among MUs Wlght'B wedding Castorla.
gifts, is u beautiful painting of Ha- When she had Children, she gave thsm
wsllau scencrj, a gift from the ar- Cistorla.
CQ.r YEE HOP 4 CO.
SHIPPERS and FAMILY
HONOLULU DANCING ACADEMY
Tll ,1 1?'a Y?1? clwn',1'er-.8:30 o'clock. Ktlohana Art League,
lain Peacock In and to four hundred ,i, i,. i,.t f b '
und sevcnt)-flve (475) shaies of thai nTTn nnnxTrorrn uui
capital slock of W. C. Peacock & Co . I v,, nnnr . Rn.folU C.
Limited, an Hawaiian corporation, information furnished by Otto
: " . "fr(". IC8' oa' 7-iBurmeiter at WALL. NICHOLS CO.,
nnd 8., for 60. 300 and 125 shares 'KincSt. Telenhone Store 2G1
Deeds at the expense of purchaser,
and sale subject to confirmation, by
King, St. Telephone Storo 201.
Bulletin Business Office Phone 258.
Bulletin Editorial Room Phc 183.
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