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HP 14 " ' ' EVJNO BULLftMrl. ttOKc(LTJLr,4.c it., AtuWy, MAY i, Uio. ' - , . ;- . .,,.,, .
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m uceamc steamsmp uompany Alexander .uaidwin.
I Time Table. HLD-
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Direct Service to San Francisco and San Franiseo to Tahiti, con--nectinp
with U. S. Co. of N. Z., Ltd., for New Zealand (Wellington).
Sailing from Honolulu March 10, April 0 and 27, and every iil days.
$85 first class, single, S. F.; $110 lint class, round trip, San Fran
cisco; $235 first class, Tahiti, round trip.
C. BREWER & CO., LTD., Oeneral Agents.
Pacific Mail Steamship Co.,
and Toyo Kisen Kaisha
Steamers of tbe above Companies will Call at HONOLULU and Leave
this Port on or about the Dates mentioned below:
k Leave Honolulu For Orient.
uJU J; Asia May 17
I KKoncrolia Mav30
Tor further Information apply
H. Hackfeld &
Matson Navigation Company
, BETWEEN SAN FRANCISCO AND HONOLULU
From San Francisco For San Francisco
f Vttlhelmina May 17
WUhelmina June 14
S. S. HILONION of this line sails from Seattle for Honolulu direct
May 12. Cold storage cargo.
S. S. NEVADAN of this line sails from San Franlisco for Honolulu,
direct, MAY 0, 1910.
For further particulars, apply to
CASTLE & COOKE. LTD., General Agents, Honolulu
Canadian-Australian Royal Mail
FOR FIJI AND AUSTRALIA
MAKURA MAY 27
MANUKA JUNI3 25
MANAMA JULY 22
THEO H. DAVIES & CO.. LTD.. OENERAL AGENTS.
.FROM SEATTLE AND Ta'cOMA
S..S. MEXICAN, to sail
S. S. MISSOURIAN, to sail
For further information applv to ,K. HACKFELD & CO., LTD.
gents, Honolulu. - -
C. P.'MORSE. aettral.Frei5ht Aeent.
HUSTACE - PEGK CO., LTD
tt QUEEN STREET
Estimates given on all kinds of. Driving; Teaming, Road Buildiag,
Excavating, Filling. ""?""'.. :
FIREWOOD' AND COAL, WAIANA1TSAND FOR SALE
I Transfer Co., Ltd.
fVir, ,tt)r irf Wnnii MoTtc
j THE SUPERIORITY OF OUR
COAL and WOOD
is recognized "by all who have ordered from us.
Af -telephone, order from you will insure the prompt delivery
of any quantity.
HONOLULU CONSTRUCTION AND DRAYINQ COMPANY. LTD.
Ofllce Queen Street, next to Inter-Island Company's Office.
FIRE . INSURANCE
The B. F. Dillingham Co.
General Agent for Hawaii:
Atlas Assurance Company of London.
New York Underwriters' Agency.
Providence Washington Insurance Co,
5th FLOOR. STANGENWALD 01. DQ,
H Is not a Luxury; It Is a Nccecalty.
But you Must have the BEST
,and that Is provldeo jy the famous,
G'iand most equitable Laws of Massa -
ijehusettt, In the
J .. -. .. ....
New tngland mutual
, Life Insurance (!o.
OF BO0TON, MA8SACHUSETT8,
pit you would be fully Informed about
athese IJiVi, address
CASTLE & COOKE,
HONOLULU; T. H.
leave Honolulu For S. F.
Tcnyo Maru May 14
Ninnon Mam June 4
Co., Ltd., agents
S. S. Lurline May 16
WUhelmina May o
MANUKA MAY 2fi
MARAMA JUNE 21
MAKUItA w JULY 19
TO HONOLULU DD2ECI:
. Stoma Wbutt
Oahu Rail way Time Table
For Walanao, Walalua, Kahuku and
Way Stations 3;15 a. m., 3:20 p. m.
For Poarl City. Ewa Mill and Way
Stations 17:30 a. ra., 9:1G a. m..
ii:30 a. ra., 'z:i5 p. m.. '3:zo p..m..
6:16 p. m., $9:30 p. m., til:16 p. m.
For Walilawa and Lellehua 10:20
a. nt., 6:16 u. ra., 13130 p. ra., tU:15
Arrive Honolulu" from Kahuku. Wat-
aulua and Walanao S:3C' a. m..
6:31 p. ra.
Arrive Honolulu from Ewa Mill nnd
Pearl City f7:45 a. m., 8:3ff a, m..
11:02 a. ra., 1:40 p. ra., 4:28 p. m.,
B:31 p.m., 7:30 p.m.
I Arrive Honolulu from Wahlawa and
I i.uui-mi.i n-.io a. ra , Tii'U p. m., o:si
p. ra., J10:0 p. m'.
The Halelna Limited, a two-hour
train (only first class tickets honored),
.leaves Honolulu overy Sunday at 8;30
I a. m.i returning, arrive In llonolulu
at 10:10 p. ra. The Limited stops only
nt Pearl City and Walanao outward,
and Walanao, Walpahu and Pearl City
Dally. tSunday Exceptod. JSumlay
0. P. DEN1SON, F. O. SMITH,
Superintendent. O. P. A.
Bulletin Business Office Phone 250,
DulletlA EuJpriaJ Aoom Phone 188
AIlBlUBMMif KMU WmT
BISHOP k CO.
Commercial and Trav
elers' Letters of Credit
issued on the Bank of
California and The Lon
don Joint Stock Bank
Correspondents tor the
American Express Com
pany anH Thos. Cook &
Interest allowed on
term and Savings Bank
W. a Irwin.
: T. H.
San Francisco Agents The
Nevada National Dank ot Ban
Draw Exchange on the Nevada
National Hank ot Sau Francisco.
London The Union ot London
and Smith's Bank, Ltd.
New York American Exchange
Chicago Cora Exchange Na
Paris Credit LyonnalB.
Hongkong and Yokohama
Hongkong-Shanghai Banking Cor
poration. New Zealand and Australia
Bank1 or New Zealand and Hank
Victoria and Vancouver Bank
ot British North America.
Deposits received. Loans made
on approved securltr. Commercial
and Travelers' Credits Issued.
Bills ot Exchange bought and
Collections Promptly Accounted For.
The Yokohama Specie
Capital (Paid Up).. Yon 24,000,000
Reserve Fund .... Yen lB.iHO.OlO
HEAD OFFICE, YOKOHAMA.
Tbe bank buys and receives tor
collection bills ot exchange.
Issues Drafts and Letters of
Credit, and transacts a general
Tho Bank receives Local Do
postta and Head Office Deposits
tor fixed periods.
Local deposits $25 and upwards
tor one year at rate of 4 per an
num. Head Office Deposits, Yen 25
and upwards for one-hnlf year, nno
year, two years, or three years at
rate ot iVt per annum.
Particulars to be obtained on
Honolulu Office C7 S. Klog Gt
P. O. Box 108.
M. TOKIEDA Manager
HKALXK8 IH lUlpM.
ALLIB ft iOAIHIOH.
Ineen Itrtet :: :: ; Knnnl-il
A foil assortment, sizes Z4"xD0"
to 4S"xl20", and Ranges Ho. 10 to,
no. u jui to nana.
We do sheet metal work of all
kinds, and guarantee satisfaction.
Your patronage is solicited.
PROMPT ATTENTION TO JOBBING
. EMMELUTH & CO., LTD.
Phone 211. 145 Klne fit.
i In ii
Consulting, Besiirning and Con
Bridges, Buildings, Concrete Strno
tnres, Steel Structures, Sanitary Sys
tems, Reports and Estimates on Pro
jects. Phone 14S.
Oahu Machine Shop
Manager - H. I. BOSS
301 QUEEN AND BICHABDS STS.
ENQINEEBS AND QENEBAL
MACHINE BEPAIBS '
Automobiles, Motor Cycles, Gas"Sta-
tionary and Marine Engues, Bice
Mill Machinery, Etc
ltt5 editorial VoLms 250 u
net's office. These are the telephone
numbers of the Bulletin offtb.
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS.
II. P. Baldwin Prestdent
W. O. Smith.. First, Vlco-Prcsldent
W, M, Alexander
J. P. Cooke ,
Third Vice-Pros, and Manager
J. Waterhouso Treasurer
E. E. Paxton Secretary
J. B. Castle Director
J. H. Oalt Dlroctor
W. R. Castle Director
and Insurance Agents
Hawaiian Commercial & Sugar Co.
Haiku Sugar Company.
Pal a Plantation.
Maul Agricultural Company.
Hawaiian Sugar Company,
Kahuku Plantation Company
Kahulut Railroad Company.
Halcakala Ram.h Company
McBryde Sugar Co.
Kauai Railway Co.
Castle & Cooke, Ltd
SHIPPING AND COMMISSION MER
CHANTS, SUGAR FACTORS
GENERAL INSURANCE AGENTS
Rwa Plantation Co.
Walalua Agricultural Co., Ltd.
Kohala Sugar Co.
Walmea Sugar Mill Co.
Apokaa Sugar Co., Ltd.
Fulton Iron WorkB ot St. Louis.
Blake Steam Pumps.
Babcock & Wilson Pumps.
Green's Fuel Economizers.
March Steam Pumps.
Matson Navigation Co.
Planters' Lino Shipping Co.
C. Brewer S Co., Ltd.
SUGAR FACT0R8 AND COM
Officers and Directors:
E. F, Bishop ...i President
Geo. II. Robertson, i
....Vice-President nnd Manager
W. W. North ....:.... Treasurer
Richard Ivers Secretary
3. n. Gait ....1....1 Auditor
Geo. R.Carter Dliector
C. II. Cooko Director
R. A. Cooko , Director
A. Hartley 3..t... Director
C-ry O "I T J
nnr lain unilir
rlKC nV ITlAKlllC
Royal Insurance Co, ot Liverpool
London Assuranco Corporation.
Commercial Union Assuranco Co.
Scottish Union ft National Ins
Co. ot Edinburgh. v
Caledonian Insuranco Co. of Edln
Upper Rhino Insurance Co.
Territorial Board of
of the Season
A Little Paint
Goes a Long Way
If Applied by
HONOLULU IRON WORKS
If a msn Is as
Old as he feel?.
then these ,fel-, 1
!U.n ,,,i,t l.A
V tl O 111 UDU IIV
atiout ten years
.old. Tliey don't
intend to grow
old. They know
that Ayqr'a Snr
.now iiio, Btrenctii,
Improves tho nprjetite, hlds
digestion, keeps tho nerves
strong and steady, and tho
brain 'dleai' ahd,atitive.
is a great proventtvo ot
Bright's dtsoaso and other
kidney affections. It purifies
tho hloodr restores good appd-
tito, sound, digestion, and,
A niw mntte, Ayy' Sarta
parltta contains no atcotwl.
Thoro aro manv imitation
Bo sura you got "Ayer's."
ttmni it Dr. 1. C ftjirTcT, U..H Kin , U S A.
ATln-S VtLU, IV. but f.mllr lull?.
I l I
Special Meeting of Stockholders of
Hawaiian Sugar Company.
Notice Is hereby given that a spe
cial meeting of th Rtockholderp of
Hawaiian Sugar Co. will be held-on
Tuesday, tho 17th day ot Mny.'lDlO,
at 2 o'clock p. m., nt the office of
the company, Stangenwald building,
Honolulu, for the purpose of consid
ering an Increase In the capltal.stock
of said Hawaiian Sugar Company.
lly order of the 2nd Vice-Presi
CLMCR E. PAXTON,
, Secretary, Hawaiian Sugar Co.
Honolulu May C, 1910.,
Special Meeting of Stockholders of
Kaliuku .Plantation Comnany.
No' ! la hereby given that a spe-
P' i i'I'-j of tho stockholders of
'Kuuu li tiantnUon Company will be
held on Wednesday, the ISth day of
May. UiO, nt 2 o'clock p. m., at the
nl. i.i the enmimnv. Staneonwald
!li.:ldjnx Honolulu, for the purposo
of considering an Increase In tho
capital stock uf said Kahuku Plan
tatlun Company. .
lly order of tho Vice-President.
V. 13. PAXION.
Secretary,. Kahuku Plantation Co.
Honolulu, May li, 1910.
4 r, 13-til
Alexander & Baldwin. Limited.
Notlco Is hereby given that n spe
cial meeting of tli4 stockholdorH of
Alexander & llalihvln. Limited, will
bo held nt the office of ttio 'company,
Stangenwald building, Honolulu, on
Wednesday, tho 25th day of May,
1910, at 2 o'clock p. m.. 'or the pur
pose of considering an Increase ot tho
capital stock ot said corporation,
lly order of tho 1st vjie-1'rcsldent,
E. E. PAXTON,
Secretary, Alexander & llaldwln,
Honolulu, t. If., May 13, 1010.
ELECTION OF 0EFICEBS.
At the annual meeting ot the
stockholders of E. O. Hall Son,
J.td hold May 12,1910. the follow.
Ing officers and dlrectora wero
clo:tcd for tho ensuing year:
President, W, W Hall
Vice-President and secretary.....
13. O. Whlto
Treasurer and Manager, ,E. II. Paris
'Auditor Malcolm Molntyre
Director , .Will. Lanvs
Director Clins. jr. Athorto'n-
Director T. Seymour Hall
13. O, WHITE,
Secretary, 13. O. Hall & Son, Ltd.
Sealed Tenders will again be re
ceived by the Superintendent of Pub
lic Works until 12 in, uf Monday,
May 23, 1910, for lomodollng tho
cottago at Nuuanu HcsorolrNo, 4,
for tho reservoir keeper.
Plans, specifications and proposal
blanks on file lu the Department ot
The Superintendent of Public'
Works reserves tho right to reject
any or all bids.
Superintendent of Public Works.
Honolulu, May 11, 1810,
.1:, v -. . . f.t .i" ".
a vuiy pretty hut quiet eddlnC
will take place this evening nt 8::n
al the home of Mr and TUfs. A. N.
Campbell. 1R10 Pllkol Street, when
Mr. Eugene Campbell nnd Mlsn
bol McD'crmdtt will bo united In tholy flt'n danco nnil clmwder 'nt Wft'l
holy bonds of matrimony. Tho weil-jeG ,he ,Pnutiful mountain homo ot -illtig
will If a very quiet one, onlyiMr, Alnn Herbert The entertain,-,
the most Intimate friends of tho mnit was most In'rbrmnl, only verbal
brldo and ghioin being preseiil, ow-j lnvltri tlonn wero gheti lo the affair,
Ing to n recent death In the fnmllyjabout eighteen out.g peopld wore In
of tlie groom. vlted. Tho parly motored lo this
Mrs. JnmoB JitilcL- will bo matron beautiful spot a little aher'Tlve, arid
of honor, and Dr. Itodglns wlfl net 'n number of tho guesls took a plungo
or b"t man. ln the fresh wnt.er swimming pool
Tho rorcmony will be performed' before supper, 'Thin repast was ,erv-
In a bower of ferns nnd flowers, ar
ranged 1111 the l.tnal, the effect being
that of a grotto. Tho couple will bo
married under a wedding bell com- K'
posed of white carnations and tied;'''
with brdhd whlto satin ribbon. Tho
ceremony will bo performed by ra
ther Vnlontln of tho Roman Cath
olic church. Shortly after 'Ihb ccro
mony n light repast wllT bo scrvcil
In . tho dlnlng-roOm. Tho color
schemo of this room vwlll bo pink and
green, Clnrlnnds of mnllo will bo
festooned from tho center Chandelier
to the four comers nt tho room,
while tho largo lablo will be banked
with iilnk carnations, veiled In tullo
nt tlin annin n1niv Thl4 nomllnrl
couplo have received numerous and
costly presents, which will ho displayed-
lu this room. Mr. Campbell's
associates In tho lienry Waterhouso
Trust Company presented him with
a largo chest of silver, containing nil
tho flat sller-.for tho table. The
happy young couplo will motor to
Wallelc, whero tho honeymoon will
Mr. Aldrlch n prominent busi
ness man of Los Angeles, arrived
Friday on tho Sierra, and has taken
payments nt tho Young Hotel, Mr.
Aldrfch Is nn old friend of Doctor
Adams, U. S. A. They wcio riass
matcs nt Stnnford University and
warm friends In Lo Angeles. Mr.
Aldrlch will vUlt Doctor anA Mra.
Ailanm for a week, or ten days nt
their homo nt Lellehua.
Tho numerous friends ot Mr. Alex
ander Young are delighted that ho
Is Improving lii health., Mr. You.hr
can be" scon every day riding In his
automobile nnd has been receiving
tho congratulations nt his friends,
upon his r'Ciovcry, Mr. Young illd
not hnvo a paralytic stroke, as wns
at first rumored, so of course his
family nnd fllend3 do not take Such
a serious view or ills innosa. Mr,
Young Is not only prominent in n
business wny, hut he nnd his family
nro equally as prominent eo:lnlly.
During his Illness they had tho en
tire sympathy of the community.
Ono of tho prettiest girls that has
bCcn teen lit Honolulu for somo tlmo
was Miss Nicholson, who was a pas
Kongor on tho transport Sheridan.
MIsh Nicholson Is accompanied by
her brothcrdn-law and sister, Lieu
tenant niid Mrs. Ilalrd. Tho former
is stationed at Camp Jmuamln, In
0110 of the provinces south of Manila..
Mr. and Mrs. Hblloway's Dinner,
Mr. and, Mrs. C. Hollowny enter
tained In honor of Miss anil Mr, Mill
er of Oakland, Monday evening. The
dinner was glen at Kohala, tho sub
urban homo of the Hollowaya. Tho
party motored to this beautiful spot,
having been Invited for a seven"
o'clock dlnt.er. The table was pret
tily docoratcd with delicate pink
carnations and maiden hair terns.
After dinner the guests Indulged In
several rubbers of bridge Amour;
those present wpro: Mr. nnd JVlrs.
Hollowny, Miss Millor, Mr. and Mrs.
Edwnnl Tonnoy, Mr. nnd Mrs. l'axon
Illshop, Mr, nud Mrs. Jnck Dow&ett,
Mr, and Mrs. IVedcrlck Klebnhn,
Miss Walker. Mr. Miller and Mr.
Mrs. Harold Dillingham's Luncheon.
Mrs. Harold Dillingham entertain
ed In a delightful manner l'rlday at
a luncheon given In honor of her
mother, Mrs. Hyde-Smith ot San
Frunclsto. The color s:hemo wns
plllk and giectl, California plnkWn cllen Wednnsilnv Uv Mm .Tnaxnh
icarnatlons Interspersed with Austra-1'
llali maiden hair, helped ornament
the beautifully appointed table. Ar
ticles hai.d paliito'd placo cards or
namented the places of the gucBts.
Among flOse proicn't were: Mrs. Hnr
old Dillingham, Mrs. Hyde-Smith,
Mlrs. Sam'uci Dunnfug, Mrs. Edwnrd
Tehney, mVs. AHhtir Wilder and
MrB. Arthur llrown.
Miss Smith's Pedro Party.
Miss Daisy Smith entertained nt a
progressiva pedro party, Thursday
evening, Jn honor of Mr, James
Crowes, who has been hero on a short
vacation and leturned l'rlday to Ha
waii on the Manna I.oa. On this
occasion about forty guests wero Pre
sent nnd beautltui prlzca awarded.
After tho card playing, dancing was
indulged In until mldulght. Kaal'a
orchestra furnished tho music. About
eleven o'clock supper was served.
Among the forty guests were; Miss
Daisy Smith, Mr. and Mrs. E. I Pe
ters, Mr. and Mra, .Hans, Mr. and
Mrs, OBorge Clark, Miss Crewes, Miss
Carrlo Ciowes, tho Mlsfcoa Smith (4),
the Misses McCorr's'ton 2), Miss
AttiHa tiv; VAX'S Xvn )
mlim Bertlcipin (Z), tjs rihsl
Carter, Mii3BeatrIce Taylor, Mr.
McCorrHlon, Mr. Charles Stlllman,
ilpMM. Clnrki (2), Mr. Lemon,
Mrssro. rillllltigWorlli (2), Mr, flen
ry RoCj, Mr. Alfred flumnrr, Mr.
Tcrcy lleverlll and nthcru,
Mrs. aayandllrs. Elston's Chowder
Tuesday evening, Mrs. ltancls tlay
of Knunl, and Mrfl. Charles Kllton'of
lka-rn,vuix' n ni'nrtnlni.,t It.rnrmnl
fd before seven o clock nt n long
flower ladencd tftblc. After tho
chowder, the hostesses with their
gliosis adjourned, lo tho dancing pnvl-
on. where they ''tripped Ihe light
fnntnstiy' until n lata hour.
Tho Morning Music' Club met last
Wednesday at the Alexander Young
Holol. A delightful program was
rendered. About forty meinbcra were
Mrs. Macfarlane's Luncheon. t
Jlrs. Fred Alnctarianc cntcrtnineii
at Ahulmnnu, Thurwlny, In honor ot.
Mrs. llenjes, Tho'Mactarlanes lntvo
been staying at their country homo
for tho past few weeks. The dlfforent
guests motored over In the morning
In tlmo for luncheon, which wan
served at nno o'olock, Two tables,
wero decorated with red and wnito
geraniums and sprays ot maiden hair
and Vfere nrrnnged to nrcommodato
thoo present. After luncheon, a
swim was taken In the fresh bathing
pool. Among those Invited to'meot
Mrs. Rcnjes wero: MrsV Raymond,
wife of Doctor Raymond, Mrs, r. A.
Schaefer, Mrs. Udwnrd A. Jones, Mrs.
Julian Monsarrqt, Mrs. Lntiz, Mr.
Henry Macfarlane. Mrs. Oeorgo Ilo
dlek. Mrs. Andrew Fuller, Mra. WI1
'der, MK Waller Macfarlane, Mr.
Charles TnlLe, Mra. Edward Paris,
Miss Etsa Renjeii, Mlii Allco Mac
fnrlane, Miss 1xly Macfarlano nnd
Miss Minn Herges.
Captain and Mrs. Winter's Dinner.
Captain nnd Mrs. Winter wnro host
nnd hostesses nt an enjoyable 'din
ner, Thursday evening,' which was
given at their homo on Kln'jr, street. ,
This dinner iyas given In honor ot
Lleutonant and Mrs. Horonshaw ot
Die 13th Cavalry. Thin popular
young couple worn passengers on the
transport Sheridan, nnd will join
their regiment In Manila,
Stnu Dnncr at University Crab.
Saturdiy evening a stag dinner
was given at tho University Club
for Mr.'Eugono Campbell, In honor
of ills approaching rnarrlago. Tho
table decoratloca were La Franco
rosis nnd maiden hair, A delicious
dinner was ferv'ed. Among those pre
sent were: -Mr, Campbell, Mr. I'Yanle
Thbmpsdn, Mr. William Williamson
Doctor Hodglns, Mr. John Evans,
Lieutenant Pardee, Mr. Richard
Wright, Mr: Harold Clifford, Mr. P.
Blcoro, Mr. Oleson, Mr. James Mc
DCan at.d others. '
Cantnin and Mrs. Shaw's Dinner.
CTptntn and Mra, Shaw entertain
ed nt an olnbornto dinner Crlday
evening at tho Young Hotel, Tho
decorations of Jockmlnots roles weru
much admired by the gums. After
dinner the' party- motored through
the suburbs of Hooblulu. Among
thoso present woro'captaln and Mrs.
Shaw, U. S. A., lilnjor and Mrs. Leis
ter, U. S. A'., Mrs. Hensley, wlfo ot
Lt. Hcntfey of tho 13th Cacalry and
Capt-rt,, Hcalcy, U. B( A.
Mr. Williamson entertained nt a
logo party, Thursday ovcnlng n tho
Oporn' Houso, nt the HfRh,, School
benefit. Tho houso was crowded
with n fashionable nudlenco and th
drama "The Thief," wob admirably
rehdored by the McKno Company.
After tho thfatre, Mr. Williamson
was also host nt nn Impromptu sup
Mrs. Joseph Cook's Luncheon, '
One of the most attractlvo ot tho
luncheons given tills week, was tho
Cooke. Tho function was given In
honor of Mrs, Frank Day nnd, Miss
Jessica Irwin. The table and houso
wns effectively decorated In plnic
roses nnd violets. Tho guests worn
seated at three tables, the center;
ploco of each table waa of La Franco
"roses, and a corsage of violets wcrp
found nt each places. Covers werp
laid for thlrt-two guests, owing tp
lack ot space the names cannot bo
given. Attor liinc'heon, muslo and
bridge scrvod bb entertainment tor
the guests. Mrs. Cooko wore n very
pretty ltngcrlo frock, many smart
frock and "natty" hats wero worji
on this occasion by tho fair box.
"MrB. Den Baldv.ln returned with hor
two children to her homo In Kauai,
after a visit in Honolulu. During hex
sojourn In this city Mrs. Baldwin had
nparimentB at tho Young.
Miss draco Cook left on tho steam
er Mongolia, which nailed for Sau
Francisco Sunday, ay 8th. Sbo will
make an Indefinite visit with friends.
(AUditionaJ Social 0n pai?e jfj,j
f. . iJi!j.4. Onw ,z v.cadr.t-