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EVENING nULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., .SATURDAY, NOV. 27, 1809.
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Has Arrived and will make his appearance at our store TODAY, November 27th, at 2
He will give the CHILDREN a box of GANDV, and also show them all the pretty
TOYS he has for 11 good boys and giHs.
The VOTES this year are different from any other we have given, there being- TWO
PRIZES instead of one. CJNE for the iWdst popular boy and ONE for the most popu
lar girl. A VOTE Is giyenVit'h every 50c. purchase.
I Bay ymr TOYS early while the assortment is complete, and Santa Claus will deliver
all purchases of $5 and over on CHRISTMAS MORNING.
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L, B. KERR & CO, LTD., Alakea St.
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I S0OAL NOTES I
Cruieer"-"At Home." i cherry blossoms a tintquo setting for
Captain tfaliesnlto oin'd1 tho ortcera the pnnchbowl with Its delicious brew.
of th'e Japanes'e cruiser fdzumo weie Surrounding this table were potto J
...... .. rf . , . . ... plants, which had the appcaranco of a
At ome" Saturday. November the J 'Bardenn fact n,Vof tne dccor.
wcntleth, from 3 o'clock.ynttl Ave In wer6 a, of , rn whoil0
ho afternoon Autompblte deposited tendencies are so well known.
thOIr loads of fair women and gallant Aft of ,a(?6s
men .during the hours of thfi. reception b - where wrestling
ot tho Channel mart, where he cruls- rf d f fenclnga W0Bde.
er lay. The decoration of the whar M dxhIblon of gklan art whlch
was most tasteful with tho nags of bcen hgMM d0wn from
tho two nations American and. Jap
anese, and was a bower of beauty In
Itself. At tho foot of the companion
way, an officer met th5 Visitors. A
number Of sailors, In their spick uni
forms, enhanced the scene. A canopy
over the quarterdeck, composed of
purple wisteria, 'towering begonias,
vinos ati(J cherry blossoms, divans,
easy chairs" ami cosy corner's, where
large American and Japanese flag
were draped, with a plant arranged
f with an eye for effect, making It a
pleasure to look upon. ,.Here Consul
General Uyenorecelfed tho guests
and presented t'h'em (o the ontcefs, 'In
his usual affable and graceful manner.
Officers escorted trie visitor's to differ
ent lia'rtB of tho slilpj 'stiowfri? maWy
ntbrcstlng andla pretty sights, one In
pardcular Impressed jou: A mirror in
the cant'nln's caliln had received a'sriot
In' an engagement and was almost put
out ai commission, bptwltn the inge'n
ulty of' which tho Japanese are noted,
tho scaiV'of uattlo',were' rendered" at
tractive by the' fining Jn o'f cherry
branches In full. bloom," A fair Imita
tion of tho Deautifulblo8om. In this
cabin,, where ho 'received intimate
friend's, his display of orchids was a
great prlyIege to .see. . He Is a great
lover of horticulture as his cabin bore
tvdenco with its Tbloomlng orchids,
which be collected from, all, parts of
ho world, and had them In bloom for!
11160 tiffin' a year. Mr! S. lit. Damon.
appreciating His liiv6 for this' rare ex
otic, presented him with several In
bloom, k imaii garden oh' .board the
hlp is whefo' much 'ot his time is
spnnt, In cultivating 'tnuV bit of green-'
ery. Refreshments, were served oji
long" tables on' tho quarterdeck, where
all sorts of delicacies wro found the
tabes decorate'd with a' mass of yellow
chrysanthemums klio national (tower
6f Juiian. fi Urge .circular table (u (he
atcd with mlnlatu'ro silk flags of both
ago. The entertainment was pleasing
a'rid full of surprises. Each lady Car
ried a spray of chery blos'sorh's and n
tiny lac cup away, as well as a' pleas
ant memory of tlifs entertainment,
A long-felt need has been supplied
In the building1 of a hospital for small
suffering h'uma'nlty. A mos't fitting
Thanksgiving celebration' took place
ol Thursday afternoon when tho Kaiil-
keolani hospital was opened and in
spected, by a large number of rcpre
tentative pcoplo. with music in tho
(fdunds. furnished bv our Hawallnn
band, (he happy face's of tho in'any vis
itors, wlro Have sympathized, and been'
warnr iiivfoKeri In this noble workj
iiiuuu 11 ttpiuar tinu u iuri;u buciui
function. To the 'dcrierous donors of
(h'o'monoy, for this purposo, and to the
untiring efforts of one of our. well
VrioWn, pnyofclans, who was Instru-.
mental In brlnclnc this want to a
climax this Thanksgiving Day of thoj
yuar, nineteen nunureu anu nine, must
havo brought a full measuro of thank'
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Bride ana droorri.
Rev, and sirs'. II. P. Judd were ar-
Jlvals 6nttho steamer China. Mr. Judd
was" married iii Ixw Anceles. Novem-
hi'r t'tilril In' lrffsa rVnna nl tda Qnnll.nr,,
(j'altfornfa tnetropolYs. Bother,. Judd
an'd md brido received a warm we
coma from a host of relatives and
New President. ,
.On Hondity, November tho wenty
fcecond, af h'o aftemoon session of the
Hawaiian Terrlforial Medical" Soeloty
DrSt. D. Q. Wplferij became tho now
fresldetU of th'o a'sso'ciatlou for tho
insulng year. In tfiovcenlug u ban
rfujrtwaa gi'ren, and tbp busy medicos
throw (lull earn nwav. rnlanml from
their, anxieties, and gave full swing
nations, Japan and . America, also to a Jolly evening, Tliose present
were: Mr. K. A. Mott-Smtth, pretl
(out ot the Hoard of Health nnd guest
of honor! Dr. Hnlda, Dr. Mltnmuru, Dr.
J'lidd, Dr. Hedcriiann, Dr. Hod'glns, Dr
Wayson, Dr. Raymond, Dr. C. n. Coop
or, Mnjor Wndhams, U. S. A'.; Dr. Hob
dy, Dr. Pratt, Dr. Ross o'f Hawaii, Dr.
Dcas of Maul, Dr. McLaln of Ewa, Dr.
Hollnran, Dr. Collins, Dr. Sinclair, Dr.
C, D. Wood, Dr. Hubert Wood of Wnl'
alua, Dr. Nottngc. Dr. lloflmunii, Dr,
Urlnckeiliolt, Captain Morii, U. S. A.;
Dr. Dufrett of Hawaii,
A rumor from over tho sen has como
to theso shores that tho bountiful
American girl, Miss,, Kntherlnu Elk
Ins, daughter of United States Sen
ator ICIkltiH of Washington, D. C, will
soon wed tho Duku of Abruzzl, und It
Is an accepted fact that this fatr
American will becomo a princess.
D. Lycirrgus was a passenger for
Hllo, on the Mauna Kea. Mr. I.ycur
gus Is yery busy at present getting hU
new hotel ready for guests. This P
ulur host- cannot fall In this new
branch, to-make hlmsolt as popular oh
ho Is In his Volcano house,
Mrs. James Kenton cancelled her
athome date last Thursday on ac
count of (ndfs'poslt'lon, from which
we trust srVo' has already -ec6veicd.
Afrs, Renton Hind gave an at-lome
tto afford an' opportunity fo bid fare
veil to Miss Hall, who. left Pilduy.
It was tlio'last opportunity of many
to hear her cxquisl(e work with her
Violin'. She has delighted Kohala
audience's often (though not often
enough), and the gracious way in
vyhich she, has alwdys, responded, has
deepened the wjsh that she may re
turn. Kohala Midget,
Miss Hall loft,n host of very warm
friends when .she went from us on
on' Friday, She Is to play a tennis
mnfch in Honolulu with Mrs. 'Coul
ter for th'e ch'a'mplonship of the Is
lands'. Iter frlonds ure confident
that she will win. Kohala Midget.
Thanksglvfng day is generally quiet
ly observed. People religiously in
clined go to church, others from force
fof tmhli, and because it waH a custom
in thelr'homo "back Easr," Whatever
tho motive. It left a sense of gintlttidt
lor much thut was given them. Dinner
parties w'ero on tho taptc, vthro the
"bird" which lias been tliu iiIplii it.
retlBtauce, with Its uucunm.uoliii;
cranberty sauce, und puiiipkln pie
holding Its own for generations, vtar
lip. ovulence, Korelgn "men of-wnr" en
tertainedthankful for pcuco, and foi
tho joy of being In Honolulu and In
touch with its hospltnblo people.'
Dances nnd card parties followed the
dinners, which gave something of n
festive air to tho dignified holiday in
augurated by our New England an
Ccstors. Tho small nowsboys who are
In the habit or pushing a Bulletin
at us with the stock ciy of "Evening
lfhllctln, second edition," If they
know why wo give thanks on this par
ticular Thursday of the cnr, aro most
thankful to their large hearted , em
ployerB for giving .them such, nir gut
trig as they enjoyed Thursday, with nil
tlio good knu-k'ati, Including candy, pea
nut's, popcorn, nnd a host of other
things tlio small boy has an unlimited
capacity for holding. It was a great
privilege for tho boys to bo treated to
theso ploostncs; surely they havo good
cause to remember the duy and tho
managers oMhp evening paper cei.
tnlnly did a kind died, ui'itf sn&uld i'o
cclve' a pailspprt to, tne golden, streets.
Wnlluku, MitulTXov. 20. The
concert and fair, given by the ladles
of tl)e d hi) of,' the Clnirch ,of the
Oood.Shephuid, Walluku, ut,tho Kin
t'crgarlen Hall last Saturday eve-
ning.jwas one ot the most successful
events of the year, and about; S0u
wcrp realized, which will go to aug'
ment the building fund of tb'p pro-
pueu euucrqie eniuru ni me fro-
testnnt Episcopal church. The con-;
cert(1part of tho uffnlr was very en
joyable, the large hall being filled
almost to oveillowlng with Iovoih
ot good music. 1
All will regret to learn that Ml"
Clark contemplates ti;erlnj , hur
connection with the Seminary utter
the, holidays If, another teacher of
music can bo Secured by tlW Umi. 1
Sho has been offorod the position ol
governess and music instructor for
tho children ot Mr. I). D. Ualdwln.
Mukawcli,.Kutml, Miss .Clark is
very popular heio and will ho miss
ed. Kohala Midget,
Trie ladles of St,i Clement's church
will. hold u sale ot dolls und dolls'
dresses and furniture and candy on
Dec, 3 and 9 at tho store of J, Hopp
& Co. The ladles have some ex
quisite creations that will appeal
very BtronVy to the little ones who
lovo dolls. i
The JapanCMj ciulser hlzumo, Cap
tain Tukebbltn, coiuniumlur, left this
puit on Monday, NoWnhur tlio twen-ty-BHCutid,
alter reintilnlug n" week.
Many soclnl eiiteitnlnnieiits eto glv
en Ui (heir honor. Consul General
Uyeno was host on several occasions
where ho entertained royally at tho
Consulate for tho Ciitulu nnd nlllcer-t
of the cruiser.
Mr. J. A. Oilman was n returning
I nttscngcr on the China, November
twenty-third from n business tilp to
Mrs. Stuart Dunbar, who has been
on 11 visit to her old homo, will 1 el urn
to Sim I'ranclsco on thuAlnmedn, salt
ing Wednesday, December the first.
Tho Misses Center returned 1111 the
Mcnmcr Clnudlno Wednesday, Novem
ber Hventy-fourth, from 11 delightful
visit Kith friends on Maul.
Miss Leigh, Miss AtkliiH nnd Miss
Until Ousel I went to Hllo today.,
They will visit tlio Volcano nnd r-
Kumi .m evpected lo join (ho party, ilildcn liorwi li.uk, r dilvltig up to
but at the luil moment iiiiild not tnKe dinner ami spend the ulglii
(oiuc. Kohala Midget. with this popuhir totiple. ThilrRiljy
. Mr mill Jlis Wllikr cntei tallied ii
Judge uud .Mrs. It. (). Qmrlen ro- ' immbei of friend 11 1 11 TIiiiiiI.i'kU lug
(limed Irnm a foitnlght'H vlhlt on , tnniior. Mr umi Mrs. wilder suel
their two iblldieu v III
M1111I, WidiH'sdny November the twen
MltK Nuniilo Winston or Virginia,
ni lived on the steamer Alameda, anil
Ik ilomlUlcd hi her npnitmcnts at
the YiMitig. Miss
tit the steamer by
miil una showered with lloweis,
The James Wlldcrs have been
(pending the part .week ut their at
tractive homo on Tiiutulus, The Wll
ileis who am noted for their hos-
liltallty, linte been Looping open
house dining their sojouin ut their
d.iy, to their W.ilkIM
Mi. .John McLennan of llaniaku.i
idntilntloii, ulio has Just ieeuereil
fuim n miwrcil vrerks' lllneHt, has tuft
Winston wirt met 1 by tlio I.iiilltiu for a trlii to C.iliror
limtijv old frlciiili nla, lie expects In ho nwt about
two Months.- Kolnla Midget.
Mr. and Mrs. C. P. HuoftT'wcili sir
living pashingeih fmiii Hllo. 011 Iho
Mniiui Ke.i, Saturday .N'oiciiiher thu
1 tuviillelh.' "
turn onvI-'rlduy. Miss Shields of liiminttilu home. 1'rlends have either
.Miss Kmlllo l.ndd u tinned on the
L'lilii-i, fiom n vljlt to the iii-iluland.
-most pleasant onct
A Cold Bottle
ot Primp Beer
Goes well at any time, but it tastes best
when taken with the evening meal.
It sharpens the appetite, aids" the
digestion, and Ouiets tired nerves. It is
the best beer
is the purest,
is the best tdnic
you ean drink, because it
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The J5ccr That's Jrewed
To tSuit The. Climpvtf.
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