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EVENlNQ BULLETIN. H6N0LUlG. T. 1!., FRIDAY, DEC. 44. lftuft
A Merchandise Order
Can be obtained for any amount from $1 up and is ood iu all de.
partments; an easy way to make a gift.
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Useful Gifts' fg.S
i0B' A Olove Order " Will f '
An Old Trick
of cheap umbrellas; get 'good ones
while you are at it, whether for your
own use or a tiresent.
Our heavy winter shipment is just
in, containing all grades and a won
derful assortment of handles; steel
cr wood sticks: gloria, union silk
and nil silk coverings.
The prices range from 75c up, but
for presents we would recommend
an all-silk one, which can be had
from $4.50 up.
Those New York Hats
Arriving last week have made the greatest hit of any
display we have ever made.
The reason is plain they are HATS, not merely
exaggerations, as so many recent seasons have
brought forth, fcj .,.,. i
You will like the styles l6f these in fact, you will
find just the hat you have' had in mind:
The prices will surprise you in a 'different; way
from the usual millinery way they are more than
Why Not (Set
r. suit of clothes instead of a gun or
a rocking horse, especially is he is
son or nephew of yours t
He'll like it just as well and look
how much more useful it will be to
We are carrying a large line of
Boys' Woolen and Wash Suits in all
the popular styles. Prices $2.50 up.
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Enables the recipient to 'select Just the. kind and color of glove she needs
to match her costume; 'for sale at our glove counter.
. Leather Bags, Purses, etc.
We have recently enlarged this department and
started things off Yiglit with a heavy Christmas im
portation. ' . In hand bags, we arc showing many styles in calf,
seal, alligator, etc.. in all sites up to IB incn; we
also carry an excellent line of grips and suit cflti.
-In fancy leather goods will be found collar bags,
travelers', hanger cases, traveling cases for toilet ar
ticles, writing cases', etc., all useful and handsome
articles. " .. -
Ladies' and Misses' Goats
Our display of then-embraces alt that's being worn now silk,
woolen and rubberized satin. , ...
In the woolen coati we are showing some light weight Cravenetted
Serges, which of course are waterproof; also, some heavier satin-lined
traveling coats for anyone leaving the Islands.
In silk, among others, we are showing some Imported embroidered
cape-cotts, pongees and other silks, Which are beauties; rubberized
satin continues popular. We have, plain and striped in all colors.
Silk or Kid
Are always acceptable to Miss or
Madam; a woman never Has too
Wc tire showing many of the best
makes, including Dent's, Fowncs'
and Kaysers, in all lengths and col-
Neckwear, belts, haridk'erchicfs
and hosiery in the latest makes.
Our Men's Neckvyear
this Christmas surpasses nil previous showings, and
we believe it is the best popular priced assortment
that can be "found in-the city.
Bows, strings and four-in-hands in many late
styles and popular shades; of the four-in-hands we
are showing thrc: widths, and with both finished and
'We are also showing a pretty line of combina
tion boxes of tie, hose and suspenders to match.
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VERSEAS," the Nuunnu
Vulloy residence ot
Judge and Mrs. Sidney
llallou, wns tho scene
of n beautifully ar
ranged c6SIIllon, Men-
i' dny evening, given In honor of Mrs.
Harry Turner of Log Angeles, a sts-
li tor of tho hostess. Mri Wnlter Dil
lingham lead In masterly style, and
(' was ulily assisted by tho guest of
' honor. Most of the favors, and flg
l ures of tho cotillion pertained to tho
approaching Christmas and holiday
, season1. In the bay window of tho
'drawing room, an nrtlstlc Xmns
,, tree. glittering with Christmas oma
', menu, and tlnsol wns placed, this
beautiful treo was lighted by myriads
, of tiny electric lights. During sev
I oral of tho figures, when tho time
'! arrived to bestow the favor's, theso
i dainty trinkets were taken from the
Spinas tree. In one figuro a 'bevy of
4 young maids and young gallants clr
'! cleil around tho tree. Ono of the
k prettiest figures was the ono unalig
ned whero each couple, was lead up
t to tho mantlo piece, whero miniature
'gauze stockings were hanging with
Iu tiny card protruding from the top;
'jon Investigation the card with
.'"Overseas" embossed In gjld In the
'corner, nnd bearing the name of
1 their partner for tho rest, of the fig'
!ure was found.- Ono of tlie mostef
Jfectlve figures, was the ono where
jilbhon confetti was thrown, this'rlb
'jlmn was In all colors, and when It
I wag thrown In the air, produced a
viulnbow uffect. The house was elab
fjnrulely decorated in holly berries anil
green, and red bells. At cloven
o'clock tho bulfet supper was served
on the mauka lanal, which had been,
canvassed in for the occasion. Just
4 before supper Judgo llallou carried
tin a large plum pudding which had
been surrounded by .brandy, ami
satin, this young debutante carried .Miss Violet Jfakee's Luncheon.
long stemmed American beauty roses,
Miss Whlto wore black satin, em
broidered In gold, Miss Cox of St.
Louis, wore a princess frock of Nvlillc
chiffon, Miss llentrico Castle wore' a
sea foam green, Mr. Charles Drya'nt
Cooper looked regal in a Paris mo
del of blnck nnd gold, Miss Rose
McClellan wns clad in white satin, k
Miss May Damon looked stunning In
(i princess (jown of cloth of gold,
Mrs. Ralph Forstor woroa 'malzo col
ored satin with embellishments ot
lace; Miss Turner was clad In white
untlii. After Bupper tho guests parti
cipated in an assemblage dance.
Among those present were: Hon, and
Mrs. George R. Carter, Mr. and Mrs.
Samuel Wilder, MrB. Harry Turnes.
Mr. and Mrs. James Wilder, Mr. and
Mrs. William Love, Captain and Mrs
Low, Major and Mrs. Samuel Dun
ning, Doctor and 'Mrs. Charles' Dry
ant Cooper, Mr. and Mrs. George Da-
vies, Captain and Mrs. Manx, Doc
tor and Mrs. James Judd, Consul
and Mrs. Korntcr, Miss Ueatrlce Cas
tle, Miss Vera Damon, Miss Mae Da
mon, Miss Nora Sturgeon, Miss Rose
McClellan, Miss Josephine McClellan,
Miss Allco Hedcmaun. Miss Whlto,
Miss Cox, Miss Thatcher, Miss Daisy
aras, Mrs. M. K. I'ro'sser, Mr. Wal
ter Dillingham, Mr. James Page, Lt.
Chilton, U. S. A.; Lt. Pardee, U. S.
A.; I,t. Rogers, U. 8. A.; Cap. Kx
ton V. 8. A.; Lt. Ilurrell, U. 8. N.;
Mr. William Hoth, Mr. Wrillam Wil
liamson, Mr. Harold Castle, Mr. Ly
mer, Mr.' Anderson, Doctor Arm
strong Stnlth, Doctor Hddomann, Mr.'
liruce Cartwrlght Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. E. Faxon Bishop's Din
ner. Mr. nnd Mrs". E. Faxon Hishop,Ncn-
tcrtnlued Saturday evening, at din
ner In honor of Miss BIbo Schaefer,
Miss Klso 8chaefer wan tho com
plimented gdest at a. iuncHeon Tues
day, given 'by Miss Violet Makee.
Ten pretty nnd attractive youug
rirls and matrons were Boated around
tho circular ttaule, thp dainty lun
cheon being served n't one o'clock.
Pink .roses were 'tho flowers chosen
as a docoratfoii, nnd they proved a
beautiful decoration, combined with
-pink .tulle tind' mnlden hntr, hand-
painted place cards tied with pink
ribbon, gave an added touch to the
dren. of which, when sumnvid up,
Honolulu has Its full measure, un
this Christmas of the year of our
Lord, nineteen hundred and nlno. a
treo as large, und on the same pretty
little 'park will bo a fcaturo' ot
Christmas. Tho little folk will not
bo disappointed, for'the tree Is Btand
Inc. read for tho ornaments nnd
clfta to be out upon it, nil for tho
Crowd ot little cniiuren, irr.especm
of creed, or color, gazing with e
of wonder on the beautuui ireo, anu
the good "Saint Nick" Who presents
himself, and distributes, oh! .such
gifts of (candy nnd toys, of which
thoy Jiavo feasted tholr eyes upon, us
they were bo tnntalizlngly displayed
In tho shop windows, nndto tbllik
some of the thlngB .they, so ptfngcd
for. Is their very awn., This act ot
giving a Christmas to the Indigent
children .must give the ones who, un
dertook this wotk, unspeakable plea
sure, Tholr appeal to the Honolulu
people for tho means to give this
treat, and tho generous, und rend
response for It was.nn after thought
on the part of those projecting tho
treat, so that, a very limited tlmo was
given to .ralfto tho' funds necessary
for this object. Tho largo hearted
contributors, nre always ready, tholr
hearts want of an .ussoclaMon .liulld
Ing, Is conclusive proof, that tho peo
ple of Honolulu, aro over ready and
willing to gvo out ot their abund
ance, and those with lighter pursos,
and no bank account, give in pro
color scheme of pink. After tho re- portion. When the wlso mon of (jld
past Miss Klse Schnerer, who Is a orougni ineir gins 10 our savior. i
talented musician contributed sev-.lng ih His lowly bed, thpy brought
oral numbers to the musical pro- tho beat they had. 'and what has been
crnm that hml been nrranired. Anions: done for these 'children before, arid
those present wore: MIbs Violet,, Is being repeated this Christmas Ir
Makee, Miss Else Bchacfer, Miss unt a carrying out of tliatcusWm. May
Alice lledeman, Miss Tenny, flssi
Marjorie Freeth, Mrs. Ernest hobs,
Mrs. Samuel tlaldWln, Miss Lll Paty,
Miss Cummins and Miss Helen Alex
ander. w '
Mr. and Mrs. LanDinner.
The niost elaborate dinner of the
week was the one given in honor of
MIsb Klse'Schaefor, Wednesday even
ing by Mr. anil Mrs. I.anz. The ta
ble was ilcc6ratbd 'In green' and red.
In the center of tho table was ar
ranged a miniature Christmas tree,
which twinkled with myriads of tiny
It be a 'custom establishedfor each
)'car. "A blessed preparltory festi
val," k "
Twenty happy chifdren, responded
to the invitation (ft Mrs. 'William H.
Castle, on aturdny afternoon, Do
rember 'eighteen, from threo o'clock
till six, The event wns to celebrate
the tenth birthday of her small
niece, Alice Moore, oldest child of
Doctor Moore. The members ot the
younger set, arrived promptly and
wero received on the spacious lanal
of the beautiful Castle home. The
candles, Xmas ornaments and tinsel. (Children had a merry time, romping
muicnea to tno tree wore llli " "B mine iuwii, uiiu-piuyiug gunio
streamers of red 'satin rlbboh, Vhlch'sullable to their chUdhood, and the
were drawn from the center and fas-'Joyous laugh and hajipy games, wero
tened at ,each place, by a smiling, u source" of pleasure to the "grown
IIIMa aI.kI.1 !,,. 1 i . . ' . ..ll, .nonnli. ...I... .....tnl.n.l . I. a .Fnn
w ;uiju wiiii nil uow nnanrrow "i' -i'w..c, iu ih.v..vu -
when lighted!. gave a holiday effect. '" onue-oieci ot air. j w. wniaron.
the lighted pudding was placed In a " "f"'"s ior uus nirair were
wreath of holly on tho table, all the "x,,u!""e' ,he' ulnl"S o' '" which
guests followed tho host to tho lanal tl,e, dlnncr WttB aorve'' ws "o '"
where a Jolly supper waB enjoyed. , ofjAnicrlcan beauty roses. A superb
This affair was small, nnd while ,"M cul B"" VnBe. "Met with tnese
plunncd as far as favors, refresh
ments, and decorations wero concern
ed on an elaborate scale the key-
"' note of the evening was Informality,
which lent added enjoyment to tho
guests. Many beautiful gowns were
worn on this occasion, Mrs. Sidney
jHiillon, was extremely pretty In one
(of TerrllU famous creations, Mrs.
'Turner was stunning In yellow chlf-
foil cloth over sea foam green, with
gold trimming, with draped skirt,
Mrs. George Davies wore blue chlf
fun with crystal trimmings,
flowers ornameuted the center of the
tablo, while dainty place carts to
match the decorations were found
nt each place. Candelabra with deli
cate pink Billc shndeB, lent added
beauty to the table, tho soft glow
from tho candles proving most be
coming to the fair Bex.. Among Mr.
and, Mrs. lllshop'a guests were: Miss
Else Schaefer, Miss Ueatrlce Hols
worth, Miss Allco Hodomann. Miss
Daisy CJras, Mlsu Iringard Schaefer,
M(sa Ella Wight. Mr. J. W. Waldron.
Miss Mr 8lllc'alr. Mr. Arthur Mackintosh,
Ilitleniann wore a pink embroidered '"""" fT !,".'. "' mr'"
chiffon, tunic 'effect,i(MlssAJoBophliio Castle- Mr- Jucl MacKinnon, .
Mcuieiiuii was, uiuvu.uuuiueu m uiuu
Hi- readiness. Bach "guest was ro"
quested at tho close of thedlunor to
pull the ribbon, and found thnt. a
dainty little gift had been ipropared
iur iiiuiii. ino guests who. enjoyed
Mr. and MrB. Lanz hospitality were:
Mr. and MrB. Klobnhn, MSss Elso
Schaefer. Major and Mrs. Gcorgo
Potter, Mr. nnd 'Mrs, atistav Schae
fer and Mr. J. w. Wuldrwi.
Albert J. ArrolI.nsBoclato mnna.xer
ui uoiei aianx, saji Frauclsdo is In
Hbnolulu for a (month and i-eglstere'd
ui mo Alexander Young Hotel. Mr..
Arrou ih the husband oft the late
Helen HlgghiBon "Mallory, 'nuthor of
"Tho Mississippi! Uocltonhig" nnd
"Thn iriiln....n r, m.J
...,u iy,H i liiiuar west"
and other books, und who wjus former
ly a winter robMont oriloitolulii; and
who came Into tho 'nubile In ihn
jly writing a- .uoal'hliig article ubout
MrB, Colonol Atuorton of tho Hilllsh
Army for au eastern magazlne.-
One year ago, December tho twenty-fifth,
the Malihlnl Christmas tree
wusi inaugurated for the poor chll-
bols of the merry children. Refresh-
t.lanncd It. Mrs. Uannerman Is the.
most dccIded,ucquU(tion to Honolulu
musical circles In a long time. She
It a professional singer well known
In New "York nnd on ' the Pacific
Coast. Possessing a rich, beautiful
contralto yolco und much tempera
ment, It Is certain she will bowarm
lv welcomed. No finer or moro In
teresting group of performers could
bo gotten together In one concert In
Honolulu. The. first recital will uo-
given In the Alexander Ydurig Hotel
ball room on January 13. 191U. tno
other two In the drawing rooms of
Mrs. J. A. McCnndlcss nnd MrB. u. .
The Musical Circlo of Kllohana
Art League are giving1 n Schubert
eveulng nt Ulshop Hall, Punaliou,
Tuesday ive'nlng December 2th.
The Le. c Is noted for' Its excellent
cntertn, iu atid this 'ono prom'
If-si "to J ..ual to any In the past.
. vers Mould httdnd, tas Un
i .loi'tuul ,' has been given by put-
t.ng n lliulted number of .tickets on'
salt i WaJI, Nichols, for BO cents,'
for those not members ot tho Lea
gue. As this Is the only muslcnle
given by the League this winter, lt
Is hoped 'that nil music loyers will,
Bhow their appreciation,
1. Sketch ot Shuuert
Mr. 'Frank Atherton
2. Piano (a) Impromptu No. 4
(b) Du Hist die Huts..
Miss Agnes Wickstrum
2. Song Gretchdh 'nux Splnrnd...
Mrs. Allan White
Piano Hark! Hark tho Lark..
, Schubert Liszt
Miss Carolyn Sheffield
Mrs. Allan White
Sonata for Violin and Piano.
.Kruajer-Hnudel nndoult, allegro
Mr. It. J. Iluchty
Mrs. E. C. Hortbn
". Song Cycle Elllland. von Flelltz
t Mr. Chester Livingston
8. Etude Ih D Liszt
Miss Carolyn Sheffield '
!.'. Violin Solo
(a) Vision.... Franz Doydlcr
(b) Perpeturum., flolin
. (Ily request)
(c) The Ilee .'Schubert
Mr. R. J. lluchly
The chief social event ot next
week will bo tile Wedding of Mlss
Klso Schnefer to Mr. J. W. Waldron,
ments wero served In the dining wi.,.., wlll ,i. .. ' ..,,'
...... . v.wnich win tako plnccon next lues.
loomi whore tho gnosis wero seated ,,ni. rrll ,. ' uj",' ..":?
"rf. ..w vwi... n,lv.,,u mi blia WDU
nt a long table, beautifully decorat
od with red carnations and maiden
hair fein. A largo white birthday
rako'wlth ten green cnndles, Kdlcnt.
Ing thu ago of tho guest, of honor,
was 1)1 tho center nj tji'e table; u'
f mull Japaueso laniorhWas nt each'
place, n'nd n number .of sjuall arti
cles, Buri'oundlug tho places at ta
blo, "created much .Inerrlment. A
most delightful afternoon was spent
by tho two' score "tots" who were
bidden to the party.
An announcement of exceptional
Interest to all muBlc lovers Is made
today regarding tljree recitals to be
given the lust three Thursdays In
January by Mrs. Mnckall, soprano,
Mrs. Daunermiiii, contralto arid-Miss
Clurko, pianist. Mrs. Muckall uiid
Miss Clarke aru too well known to
need an Introduction, as they have
appeared In public recitals on sev
eral occasions, Ono Is assured of u
.well urrliuge'd ntul artistically per
formed, prpgrnni whou they have
Mr. Jack HaNves hail been planning
to come over, from Hawaii and siiend
tho holidays With his wife and mo
ther, but 'rtfey received a wireless
message that It would lie Impossible
for him to leave. A number of din
ners had been planned In his honor
for tho coining week, bo U number ot
(irospectlve liosl'.-w will bo disap
Miss Grnce Robertson, who Is vis
iting her sister Mrs. James Doughor
ty on Klnnu street entertained at
luncheon, Tuesday, In honor of Ma
inr and Mrs. Raymond and .Miss
Raymond who wero passengers on
the transport Logan. Miss Raymond
was nn old school friend ot thu hos
tess, und during tho luncheon hour
many pleasing reminiscence wero In
dulged In. After luncheon, tho par
ty motored to the Pall od Moana-
Mr. and Mm. Robort l.cwors will
onteYtaln nt a Xinns tree on Christ
mas Day.'to bo followed by n dinner.
About forty guests will bo present,
nearly nil tlio guests will be rela
tives. Tho house will bo decorated
In luiUy and Christmas berries, nnd
tho beautiful tree will bo laden with
A Chrlstmns present, which must
give satisfaction was received on tho
last mall tho commission jf Lieutenant-Commander
Victor S. Houston,
U. S. N. Tho promotion of this
young officer was welcome news to
his rolntlves and friends, who are
very proud of his advancement. His
father lose rapidly In tho Navy, and
nt his death sonio years ngo, was an.
Tho rumored disturbance between
the United States and Nicaragua, has
added Interest to both Sun Frauds-
to nnd Honolulu, from the fiict. thnt
Captain Albert P. Nlblack is to com
mand tho United States cruiser Tu
conui, lu ense things come to un Is
sue. Captain Nlblnck'B wife wau Miss
Mary Harrington, alio of San Fran
cisco's popular society girls. Her ac
complishments and beautiful man
ners, as well as her lovely disposi
tion nindo her' a general favorite.
Captain Nlblack was stutioncd here,
until a short tlmo ago, when he was
ordered to Annapolis. Captain Nlb
lack Is not only a social favorite,-but
In tho, Navy his position Is well as
Major -Ray and Mrs. Ray left on
tho Korea, December twentieth for
the mainland; Their departure Is
regretted by their hosts of friends
especially, on account of, the 'contin
ued Indisposition of Mrs. Ray, as her
Berlous Illness, makeg a decided
fifty nnd scvcnty-livo
o Moulin, Young ami I
tels will bo eiitertnlnecl ;
ding which will take place ut St.
Andrew's Cathedral will be light
blue. Miss Else Schaefer will bo
attended by her sister Miss Paulino chnngo of climate, necessary to nink'o
and tho following litflo flower girls, ""' Improvement In her condition
Miss Allc'en'Dowsett, Mies Eva Focko, but n hope for her restoration to
Miss 'Halm Focko and Miss Dorothy health and an 'early roturu to ilouo-
Wnldron: Mr. Sinclair will n,.i ,.u lulu. Is the fervent wish, of thoso'
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jbostnian, und the following uBhers who will bo deprived of her pleasant
j will serve. Mr.' Gustnv ScljUofer, Mr. iiompanlonshlp. '
irrunit Armstrong, Mr. Fred Schaefer
mm ir. ii. rursey; after the coro
mony only tho bridal party and the
guests ot tho
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at a Christians treo this evening In j
tho lounging room of tho ouni;.
Manager Hortsche, who Is always bo
thoughtful of the welfare of his
guests, telephoned Sahta Clans to
bring a tree, decoruto It, nnd lv)
thero In pcrJorfi In order to give the
glad hand to the guests. Dm Ing
the evening the now Oxctophone will
be heard, Mr. llertscho. having pur
chared a number of new records.
Tho Officers "of Fort linger and
their wives will gavo u Cliiistnritx
eve party, this evening. Tho Christ
mas treo will bo placed In Lieut.
Vaughn's quartern. Many funny
"take ofTs will bo placed on tho
tree, which will hol)i to promote mer
riment during the evening.
Mrs. James Robert Pourlo's ten
which will bo given January 10th ut
Fort Ruger, will bo an clabornto af
fair. Tho Invitations hnve not been
Issued, but will be sent nut nbuut
tho first of next week. Thu decora
tions will bo Christmas berries, hol
ly and Hiullax, with palms und maid
en hair fern. MrB, Pourlc, who was
ono of the lenders in tho smart Be
of, Sun Francisco, Is proving" nu
quisltlun to Honolulu society.
Mrs. Frederic lClamp Is given n
Christmas party tills afternoon In hou
or of a number ut children ruiigluc
In ago from eight to ten. Tnos
day Mrs. Klaiup will onlerinlii tin
younger children who nre near hoi
own llttlo daughter's nge. A number
of novelties nnd favors have been",
planned for both occasslons to bring
ndded hnpplnebs to the, llttlo ones'
Our Delegate to Congress, Prlnco
Cupid nnd Princess Kulnnlnunola
tailed for San Francisco oil tho Ko
lca, December tho twentieth, whero
they will Join tho ex-Queen Llllu
okalanl. After a Blunt htay in thnt
city they will rcsiuno their Journey to
our National Capital, and tako up
their residence, and remuln until thn
Prince's official duties are ended for
Miss Agnes Cassldy will wciWMr.
Speniyer lllckorlon on January flrs.t.
The wedding' will bo very quiet, on
ly tho young people's rolntlves will
be present. Tho cciemoiiy owing' to
lllshop Restnrlck'a illness will b
performed by the Rev. Mr. llllss.
Cnptnln nnd Mrs. Marlx will no? ui.
host and Hostess lit n Christmas illn
'ncr on the morrow. .About a. dozen
guests will bo Diesent'. most of ihn
! guests belong to tho service.
Doctor Johh S. McOreW, celeb'rateil
on Thiirs'dny, December, twenty-
Immedlnto family will be entertained ,,1,ri1 another birthday and Is halo
at a wedding brenkfast. The follow
ing 'Invitation has been received:
Mr, nnd Mrs. F. A. Schaefer
request the plcasiiro of your presenco
at tho marriage of their daughter
Mr. J. AV. Waldron
on Tuesday the fourth of Jnmmrv
nineteen hundred and ten
"Jit twelve o'clock noon
St. Andrew's Cathedral
Honolulu, Hawaiian laluuds.
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and hearty at the ago of elghty-nlno.
A good coiiBclenco and n good diges
tion must havo some Inlluonce upon
the wonderful vtnllty which tho
doctor possess und lils cheerful dis
position Is another source, from
which ho draws the fountain of
youth. His many friends and admir
ers, wish him many returns of tho
day, .and that they may .be replete
with ,al( the, good things life can
Army and Navy Headquarters.
Three hundred rooms, nearly nil
with' bath. Circulating ice water
to each room. Built; equipped and
tonducted to please the really criti
cal. Half a block from Union
Square, two blocks from Market St.
Convenient to principal shops, thea
ters and railroad offices. Omnibus
at all steamers.
Special attention to Honolulu trade.
Without bath $1.50 per day up
With bath . 2.00 per day uj-
Meals table d'-hotc or a la carte '
Management of Qus C. larm,
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