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MS. AND MRS, ALEXANDER
ino principal social event or ttia
COmlllC Week "Will 1)0 thO celebration
of MiJ and Mrs. Alexander iauugaVvho also CJino f rom Alberul. Mr.ltoryof Hawaii. Tills ,;ive Mr. Youne
Golden Wedding which will take Lldgato waV 'a' nJlll-, riftliV and they tho distinction of lmlng busn tho last
lilaco Monday cvonlng at tua Young
jiuivi,. mv. mm nira. luung nam
icsiilod In Honolulu for many years,
sind a'ro beloved by overy one, while
xucy aro auu navo uocn very popular
In the, feClcct. social circle of Hono-
JUlu, they aro equally lieloed,uy 1110
jrnor hiuljbelr less fortunato frlonds.
und acquaintances, for they aro not'
cd for their phllantrophy all over
the islands. Although they have
tiled ot to let their left hand know
i what the right has been doing.
Alexander Young was born at Ulack-
liurn, Scotland, December 1-itli, 1S3S
tho sou of Robert nnd Agnes Young.
Ills father was a contractor wljo strug
Elcd aJongjjv, tho wlirld with n siiktliciest'f Sibe nSlla. r5 tivcc to lmproe
incomo and a largo family, 'ills ton,
Alexander, took to thu mechanical lino
nnd was apprenticed for n term of fie
jearg with Alexander Ohnplln & Com
Tiuy '6f. Glasgow, Scotland, as a me
chanical engineer nml maclilnlst.
Shortly after his apprenticeship c
ylred, ain't Jiclng trusted by his dmpioy
eis, ho 'was Bent by them to London
to erect machinery for them there for
eovcral parlies. Ho Bhowed marked
nptnoss'fu tho tru'ilo lio had chosen
iu)d at thu end of 1859 ho entered into
u thrco j ears' contract with Anderson
is Company at London to proceed to
Vancouver Island with u blilpload of
liiocldnorifIileh hall to go around tho
Jlorn. llo agreed to erect and opor
nlo a largo bawmlll plant at Albernt,
ljiit, before leaving Hngland he enter
ed into another contract nnd married
JlTbS Ruth Pe.trce, tho daughter of
Jtobort nnd Susan Armlger I'eaico of
Muudford, Norfolk, nngland, and on
tho sixth 'of March, 1S(0, they weio
married In HuudCord Parish KplscopU
Chmch liy Hov. John Haven, rector.
On tho twonty-soenth of tho saino
jnnntli tho brldti nnd lirlcgroom em
liaiked oil tho "Woodpecker" for 11
lionemoon trip around Capo limit to
jVuncolivbr Island, and landed At their
destination cm August twenty-Blth.
Mr, Young carried out both con
Irncts1 most satisfactorily to all con
cerned and. In tho com no of ocnts
landed n( Honolulu from Albcml In
tbo good old ship "Egeria" on tho flfth
of Folntmrjv 18C3.
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YOUNG, -WHO CELE&R'XfeHEia
. Shortly alter lunillng ho fonueil u
rarfni.rlilli iVl&Mf vi,W 1l,l,.'.i(,
put their fortunes together end opened
a lounury ana macmno uliop in 11110,
j Hawaii. Thcro was not at that tlmo
suraciejit busi'iojs to sJunoit their en-
j terprlso und nam- four jeara In tho
Kums inuk i.imr iiianiniion uusincss
ing bought tho Intci iJUi.UIo former
manager, Mr. Thor.ia'rrtnsfibi.'
Incfflclcnt umchlnziy 'or evtractlng
emt-trcattng thi;-jrl'co"Cif Tiirr sugar
en no had hitherto trlonily htndeiod
the planters in their progress, and Mr,
-Young oainesUyjIovoU'iyjfij attention
1o"lh& tirpaaiajii'aturiad to tho
tlia.susarTatIo7l8s"Tii tho Islumis,
Ho ictalncd the management of tho
HoitstfJijHiliTiiilYoc'n roi.air.eilod of
fve'r"flflriyei!r"efrj"wli(n hi resign
ed in favor of hla e;y ablo assistant,
Mr.xietcwraif ; "
M r'." Yonng-lnvoif d pridlcJlly nil
hla'earnlngs In the sugir hardness nnd
aidCd in tlio promotion of ccveral com
panies to work plantations. He was
for many jears prculdent of thu I'o
pceKco Sugar Company and vice-president
of the Walakea Mill Company,
controlling the stock of tho former and
owning flvo-tTclftha of tho latter. Ho
was also, until n few years ago, large
ly interested in tho Kalmkii Plantation
Company, for which ho was, together
with Mr, James Castle, largely 10
cponslblo fur tho enterprise at tho
In 1S87 ho becamo n naturalized cit
izen of Hawaii. In tho following jear
ho was a membor of tho Homo of
Nobles and In 1SS9 a member of tho
Constitutional Convention. When tho
Provisional Government was formed
ho was one of its nrdont supporters
and was, during Its existence, a mem
ber of tho ndvisory council. When
tho otllco of Mlnlbter of Interior bo
caino vacant by the death of the late
.Inmos A, King in 1899 ho was offered
nnd accepted tho omce, theieby becom
ing a member of Piesldent Dole's
DurlnS his Incumbency tho nffairB
of tha Republic of Hawaii wcru con
cluded and a law passed by Congioss,
, 'sfsjrt r? on evcry box.
GOLDEN WEDDING MONDAY, MAR. 7
April Jutli, lswu, pruvuuig tliat tho
i lal.,...!., ..k.ii i. i -.,. i... .--,
. Minister of tho Inteiloi cf tlio Kepub-
lie of Hawaii.
In 1900 ho commenced tho erection
of the famous Alexander Young Build-
lug. which was finished In 1903 and
' icaily for occupation. This block was
mionciva, primarily, for hotel purposes
only.l'iit the second floor has hitherto'
been devoted to business offices, most
In 1005 ho purchased tho splendid
Heach Hotel at Watklkl known ns the
Moana Hotel, to which ho Is at pres
ent engaged In bidding a large an
nex in tho beautiful Queen Hnnna e-
, late property, whero will bo a twjn
double tennis court for tho hotM
guests to nmuso themselves with
A few j cars ago ho acquired a largo
majority of tho stock of tho Ilojal
Hawaiian Hotel, and now controls its
operation and management.
Mr. Young has been fortunate in bus
iness In lhuo Islands, but nil tho
money ho has mado has boen Invest
ed locally. v
Mr. and Mrs. Young, although In tho
Miventlos, nro still active nnd bur;
Mr. Young is soven years his wlfos
Fcnlor. Their family consists of nine,
children now living und two sons who
died in infancy. The nlno nro as 'fol
lows: Alexander Young, Jr., Oakland,
Cal.i Mrs. Theo. V. Dredge, Oakland,
C.ik; Mis. It, W. Anderson, Honolulu,
T. H.j Itobert Armiger Young, Hilo,
Hawaii: .Mrs. J. L. Howard, 8an Fran
cisco, Cat.; Miss nertha Iluth Young,
Honolulu, T. H ; Mrs. Conrad von
Hamm, Honolulu, T. H.i Aichlbald Al
fred Young, Honolulu, T. 'II.; Mrs.
Thomas Ueld McNab, Los Angoles,
With tho exception of Alexander, all
tlio sous and daughters will be pres
ent here to cflebrnto the fiftieth an
nlvemiry of tho manlngo of their
parents, and all but four of their thir
teen grandchildren will bo piesent to
wish them happiness.
Many congratulatory letters express
ing bsst wishes for tho fnturo of tho
eldcily couple have reached them, and
tho goodwill of tho 11 u llo tin Is
Joined with that f tho public gener
ally. Mr. and Mrs. Fiederick Klebahn's
Mr. and Mrs. Fredeilcls Klobahn
entertained delightfully at dinner
Thursday ovenlng. American beauty
roses adorned the table, combined
with smllax nnd candies with pink
shades pioduced n beautiful effect,
Mr. nnd MrB. Klebahn's guests were:
Mr. and Mrs. George Ilodiek, Mr.
und Mis. V. J. C. Hngons, Mr. and
Mrs. Lanz, M13. Hunebeig and Mr.
Governor and Mrs. Frear's Breakfast
On Sunday last. Governor and Mrs.
Hi ear entertained informally at
breakfast In honor of n coterie of
portonul friends. Covers were laid
for ton: tho central 'decoration of tin
tnblo was fruit, In fact tho decora
tions weio confined oitlrol)- to fruit,
which made 11 pleasant change. Jlo
sidea tho largo basket of fruit that
iwas placed In the center of the tabic
individual baskets filled with Btuiv
berriea wero foiindi nt each plat
While (lowers Y,'ere; not used on ,l(
table, thoy wce ttteJ profit wlj 1
6ther way In tho dining rconn th
side boald and 'ccrrlce tnb'.es ,wen
fiug-.ftpt with hot bouse l'.owpit
while hanitllifj baskets of raie matdol
hnlr ferns and ti ailing nsparagu
vines mnde n canop- of giecn.
I The giiestj who unjnvcil (!ovcino
and Mis. P.-ear's htspltnllty vver
Mr. and Mib. Howard IllKlieock, Mi
and Mr. Uav'id KIce of iioston, Mass ,
Mr. and Xlis. Ileiijjmln H. Dllllng
hnm, olid Mr. und Mrs. Sheimnu.
Mn, Kans'ocrE's luncheon.
Mrs. A. Hancberg was tho hostcs1
nt a dollglitful lumhcon Monday, 11
the Alexander Yciing Hotel, who!
she and her husband have apan
ments. The function was given li
honor of Mia. Albert Hoir.cr of 11a
wall 1 ho table vt , claborntel
deto-ated In I'miplo v!o!e.s and mabl
1 en hair fonts. A bed of tbo frag
lant flowers was arranged In tli
editor of the Inigo lound tnble, tut:
vvu3 so cleverly dono that It loiku1
like n garden, and rs If tho vtol-.t
jvero really gtowlrg. largo toisagt
bouquets or viufeta wore found a
each place, tied with tdllo to mate)
the color of tho flowers. Tho In lb
was covered with an exquie'ti- colli
cf drawn work, ho.ivlly embioldere.l
In white, vhllo bandsonib pl.u-i
cards, purchated In (eriiiany, mark
ed the placo of each guest. Aftei
luncheon sovcial rubbers of bridge
were enjoyed. Among Mrs. Hano
bcrg's guests were: Mrs. Allien
Horner, Mrs. H. A. Schnofer, Mr.
Carl Du llo!, Mrs. 1 J. C. Hagens,
Mrs. Mannlo Philips, Mrs. Hornhcrg
er, Mrs. Gcorgo Rodick, Mrs. Mycr
of San Francisco, Miss limgara
Schaefcr, and Mrs. Krusc, from La
Maior and Mrs.v Wsdhams' Dinner.
Major and Mrs. Samuel Wadhams
entertained at n charmingly appoint
ed dinner Mondaycvenlng. Covers
wero laid for eight, and tho decora
tldns were in wh'lte' and green.
White marguerites' and maiden hair
ferns were arranged In a largo cut
glass bowl, silver, candelabra with
dainty green Bhndes wero placed at
Intervals around tho circular ta.
ble. Dainty placo cards ornamented
with ciustcis of daisies, were uaod
to designate tho places of tho euests.
Those present were Major and Mrs.
Samuel Wadhams, Mr. and Mrs.
Hredorlck Klamp, Doctor nnd Mrs.
Wnlther. Hoffman, Mrs. Ernest Wa
terhouse nnd Mr. David Anderson.
Mrs. Arthur Brown's Buffet Luncheon
Mrs. Arthur Urown's buffet lunch
eon, on Friday, was beautifully nrrcng
ed and proved enjoyable to the thirty-five
guests that were present.
Small tables were arranged on the
largo makai la'nal, each table was
decorated with different cut fiowers
There were nn abundance of violets,
roses and carnations. Luncheon was
served promptly at one o'clock nnd
It goes with out saying that tho ap
pointments of the table, decorations
and service was 1 perfect In even
detail. The hostess wore a Hrench
gown of eyelet embroidery with a
largo pfcture hot. Mrs. Pervy of
Minneapolis gown was the moet
stunning. It was one of Du cot's
French models of cream chiffon, em
bossed' with pink roses. The Bk'lrt
was draped and bordered with a
black satin band, the corsage was
composed of cloth of gold, h'er sister
Mrs. .Jordan Murphy looked equally
stunning in a pale blue chiffon.
with gold trimming, a shower hat
of blue forget-me-nots completed tho
costume, jurs. Arinur wuaer wore
a cream princess with a large plum
ed hat". There wero 'fnany costly 'and
beautiful frocks worn on this occa
sion, but owing to lack of space they
cannot be described. Among the
guests were: Mrs. Matson, wife of
Captain Matson, Mrs. Zabreski, Mrs.
lircsso, Mrs. F. M.- Swanzy. Mrs.
James Wilder, Mrs. George Porvy.
Mrs. Murphy, Mrs. Samuel Wilder,
irs. Arthur Wilder, Mrs. Frear,
Mrs. Drainerd Smith, Mrs. John Wal
ker, Mrs. Mary Qunn, ,Mrs. Corwln
P. Rccs, Mrs. Mortimer Smith, Mrst
Itobert Atkinson and othera.
Doctor Wnlter Maxwell and his
youngest Bon are visiting Mr. and
Mrs. HranclB M. Swanzy at their
homo in Manoa Valley. ' Doctor
Maxwell arrived from Austrnllaon
the steamer Mattal, Mrs. Maxwell
did not accompany her husband on
this trip, but remained With her
oldest son, who Is attending college.
Word has been received that the
Pacific Fleot will arrlvo here the
last of Juno, and will stay 'In this
port two months, and from here will
take u leisurely tour to New Zea
land, This announcement will no
doubt causo uiuuy a feminine heart
Bi ii ''ills
n in 1. iuhi 1 ij
to flutter, nnd thcro Is no doubt' that
vacation trips to tho mainland will
10 postponed by tho fair t,ox. ,In
.'net a number of tho gentler sex nro
claiming now for the entertainment
if their "special friends" in tne
Fleet, and from all accounts tho Offi
cers are Just ns anxious to return Jto
our Paradise of tho Pacific, as we
are to have them,
Miss Knthcrlne Itcnton's, marrlago,
which took placo on March second,
at the homo of her grandmother, Mrs.
Hind of Kohaln, was a quiet wedding.
The guests were mostly relatives and
Intimate friends. About forty assem
bled to witness the ceremony. Tho
homo was attractively decorated with
Rowers and potted plants, nnd tho
brldo looked very swcot In her bridal
gown. The,, happy couple will mako
their homo In San Francisco. f
Mr. and Mrs. r. J. C. Hagens will
give n very elaborate pol supper this
ivcnlng nt their beautiful home In
Kallhl. Eighty Invitations have been
Issued. This is sure to be a brilliant
iffnlr', as Mr. and Mrs. Hagens ,nro
noted for hospitality and thoy will
n All the tonic properties of
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U RYQKQFT'S FOUNTAIN
- ,E?OR the stomach's sake an
occasional glass of. beer
3 is very good. It is a well
established fact 'thai
contains corrective and tonic
qualities which make it invalu
able to the run-down system.
Apart from its medicinal pro
perties ERIiytQ "is1 an4 icleal
beeragc, wtll suited to' the
requisitions cf this climate
The 3ecr That's brewed -To
Sjit The riimp.tp. .
I I I I t Mtl1ll
'sparo no effort or oxpenso to glvo
enjoyment to their frlond The
function Is being given in honor of
Mr. nVd Mrs, Ohland. and ,Cnptnin
and Mrs. Watson. Tho supper will
bo served nt eight o'clock, j Yellow
has been crosen ob the color tchcine.
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cacti guest win be decorated wth a
yellow Illma lei. The pol supper will
bo served on n lanal, wllch has been
erected for tho occasion, nnd has
been' beautifully, decorated with
choice palms, nml,vlnc3.-All,tho 11a-
vvallan delicacies will bo In evidence, , BOnj CiydCj who , t0 enter nne of (h(J
which will prove quite a novelty toj Eastern' colleges. Thoy are the houso
the mallhlnls. After supper the par-1 guests of Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Swanzy
ty.will dance-In the bait room of the, (n Mono ViUley and will spend n fort
Hagens to tho entrancing strain of, night in Honolulu.' ' 1
tho Qulntctto Club, which will fur
nish music while the lunu Is In pro
Captain Luctcn Young, who has been
stationed at Maro Island .Navy Yard,
has received orders to leavo for Pensa
cola, where ho will assumo tho duty
of commandant of tho navy yard there.
Captain Young Is well known In Hono
lulu and has always received a wel
come Tho San Francisco society peo.
plo as well as tlioso of Maro Island
MOST DELlGHTFUtLY REFRESHING
.necessary r this mate
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' Telephone for a case
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v t" i . J mi'uiu.i jw.w 1 'J'1
will mlsa tho genial baptaln nnd his1
charming wlfo, both very 'popular, and
always ready to enter Into tho spirit
of any event which promised pleasure
to their friends. A number of enter
talnmervts will bo given compliment
ary to Captain and Mrs. Young beforo
they leave for th.elr new home.
Doctor Walter Maxwell, who was
located In Honolulu somo years ago,
returned from tho Colonies on. the Mat
tal Mnreh 3rrl. nrramnAnlnil liv Ma
Lieutenant Lewis, U, S. M. C. was
a departing passenger on tho U. S.
transport Croolr Lieutenant Iowla
was a favorite In Honolulu andwlll
bo greatly missed by his numerous
friends here. '
Miss Winston Jof Virginia, will
entertain this evening at tho Moana
Hotel. On this occasion Miss Arm
strong of Evanston, III., will be tbo
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