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BVnNINO HULLBTIN, HONOLULU. T. II.. SATimiMV, MAY 21, 1910.
ill 111 I nil I in .
.the guests f hnnor cnuM not bo pre
'ent. Tho dinner was clAborate'ln de
tall. About twenty .guests were pres
ent. SOCIAL NOTES
"Isn't life worth living when you can live on suck a, spot"
This is the remark, recently made by a wealthy ntalihini
while standing on lot 12 in block 108, located in the center
of the New Ocean View Tract looking north towards the
Waimanalo mountains resting underneath the gilded clouds.
Then turning to the east he isaw Koko Head in its cririlson
attire dazzling in bits of rainbow and surrounded in lfea&u'eg
of ocean view a& fer south as Diamond Head, rising out of
the sea in all its splendor with the golden twilight of me
setting sun in the west transforming the heavens into a
miracle of colors, he said: ' "This is a wonderful place, with
its glorious air and health-giving breeze. It: matters not
how far this spot may be from the car line or what Hono
lulu future iriay b?, 1 wait tp buy two lots in this blipidk
and build a brown-stone bungalow. It is my intention to
live herea few months of every year during the,balancof
When an absolute stranger, who has traveled the world, over,, and has
seen all the best residential districts in large cities, makes such a statement
about the property we are selling at only $400 per lot, we cannot help tiut
feel proud of the fact that we are causing our friends to make Homesite in
vestments that will be appreciated more and more as the years roll by.
Eversince we introduced the New Ocen View Tract to tiie public, we knew,
considering the scenery, elevation, cliinate, prices, etc, tjiat we were, offer
ing residential property 'that would compare, favorably with any suburban
investment in the United States. Ojir sales during the past few months,
the excellent class of people to whom we have sold, and the favorable im
pression made upon everyone who have seen our property, ' is sufficient
proof that a recorded Deed or Sale Agreement for a few lots in the OCEAN
VIEW TRACT is far better than any investment you can make. It pleases
us to know that our friends are going to be more than satisfied.
The entire KAIMUK I DISTRICT today is the center of home-building activity. There are now thirty-!:ven new homes under
construction. Our sales have reached the enormous sum of $125,000, and out of, one hundred and icven purchavrs we have thirty
eight who intend to build homes in the New Ocean View Tract just as soon as the new Government Reservoir, .now under construc
tion, ,can supply pure artesian water, and just as soon at we can lay in the .water pipes which we have on the property for tho
purpose". We invite you to call at our office and look over the list cf our purchasers and consider the nnnw; of those who are going
to build, and judge for yourself whether or not the New Ocean View Ttact will be the cominr. residential district of Greater Honolulu.
An Ideal Place to Iiive
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Artesian Water , High Elevation Electric Lights
Delightful Cliniate Paved Streets Koko Head Breeze
Sufficierit Rainfall Excellent Soil Level Properly , ,
Cool and Healthful Good Location Pure Atmosphere
Our fixed prices orSSOO for corner lots and $400 for inside lots: size 75 ft, x 150 ft., or 11,250 sq. ft. each. Our terms are $50
ccsh down and $10 per month on each lot. Call up Telephone 659 and make an appointment with cne of our rJpicscntativcs.
Kaimuki Land Company, Ltd
King and Fort Streets
Phone 659 ' Branch Office
Waialae & Koko Head Avs.
Mr. and Mrs. rintort Shtngic, who
are staying nt their 'f.omo on tho
Pcnlnsuln while their hMiso In being
renovated, 'spent' Saturday nnd Son
day with their little hu;Ltor nnd
maid at tho Monna Hotel .Mr. nnd
Mm Slilnclr nlfrndcri Ihn Cn.ilt)bell-
ranged for tho guests, One table wna Jacobs Hond will wing nt the Kllnhana McDormntt' wedding, which tixilr plaro
4- k . 4 4. i
Mrt. Jordan's Luncheon. appeared before cllibs anil largo so-
Mrs. E. W. Jordan entertained clcty, gatherings nnd by the peculiar
about twenty flo of her friends nt pathos of her notes and tho sweetness
luncheon! Bnturdny nt .tier homo In of her melodies havo moved theso
Ntiuanii Valley. Three tnlilcs wero ar. large audiences to tears, Mrs. Carrie
adorned with white roses and nnldoti' Art 1-eaguo concert, which will be
hair fern: the second was ornament- s'cn ' month nt tho Hoyal Hawaii
' oil with yellow popple and the third "" hntc- MrB- Tcnncy nnd her guest
tablo was entirely decorated In red ,aro "mg wc volcano tins weoK
carnations nnd smllax. These decor
ntlons looked as If they had been done
ity a professional. The house was
Ipiofusely dcrornted In loses nnd oth
er cut flowers. llamlmo plnco cards
decorated with Japincsc scenes were
urcd to designate tho place of each
guest. I.unchcnii wns scned nt one
I A very pleasing event took plnco on
Thursday, May lDth, when tho Han
Gabriel was presented by tho I'ortu
guese cxecutivo entertainment vconi
mlttce with n tnagninccnt calabash,
which was highly polished koa adornoil
with silver emblems, the Hnwallnn
coat of arms, with the flags of the
fleers nnd men of the cruiser, nnd nf
the Portuguese navy. Tho presenta
tion of nn Hawaiian calabash was a
Saturday evening. Mr and Mrs, Wil
liam Campbell wero also In tho prrty,
nnd stopped at tho Monna.
Miss Clcncleve Stehman. n daugh
ter of Dr, and Mrs. Henry 11. Htehman
nf Pasadena, nnd one nf the charming
"leiy clrls nf (hi younger set, ar
rived on the Wllhelmlnn and later Irft
for Knual, whoro she will spend sev
eral weeks ns the house gusst of Mrs.
rturuB 8,pahllng formerly Miss rcist1(
Hchr of Pasadenn. 8cveral farewell
social pffnlrs wero given by Miss Stch
man's girl friends In her honor lut
ing tho dn)s preceding her departure.
VMIss Julio Ilaymond, tho water color
nrtlst, who spent sovoral weeks In Ho
nolulu earlier In the season, later go
ing to Hllo, where she spent tho past
two or three months, has been th'i
bouse guest of Miss Charlotte Hall
delicate attention to Captain Pinto- since her return to Honolulu n few
Uasto and .the officers nnd men under weegs ago, nnd Is Icivlng soon for tho
I li I a rnmmnnil. Much credit In due thn rnnnt.
o'clock. Among those, present wero "., , u, " ' , ", , , ' .
.- t- . ,..... ...s. '...'., ... . Unlle.l States mid Hawaii crossed
Lees. Mrs.Wnltor Frcnr, Mis. iienj 8"V"I rln, " Whlch " Mi In
mln K. Dillingham, Mrs. Illikerton, "cr,lp"onf " (cei' ''IB "
m,u i T.... nJlt, m. t c- ... name of tho donors. Captain Pinto
Mrs. I. Tcnnejr Peck, Mm, I,. F. Mc-, ... , , .. ,
n ii- .. i i i. i .illnsto, tho commander of tho cruiser.
Cnndlcss, Mrs. Kdwnrd Davis, wife of I , , ,. ... , , . .
r, . -i r. i .. .. .. i received the gift, nnd In n neat speech
General I)als, Mrs. A Ion to Darter. ... , .,.,. ,,,..., .
m,. v a n,,.. i.. t-t - conveyx-'d thanks on behalf of tho of-
Mrs. C. II. Wood. Mrs. Frederick Wa
terhnuse Mrs IJIIcn Weaver, Mrs.
Walter Hoffman, Mrs. Thomas J.
King, Mrs. Hurrlson, Mm. Swain, nnd
Mrs. Harold Castle's Luncheon.
The palatial homo of the Castles
wan tho setting for n beautifully ap
pointed luncheon this afternoon, Mrs.
Harold Cnstla being th hostess. This
function Is bclnj: given In honor of
Miss Iicno I-lshcr. Covers wero laid
for ten. The lir.'chcon was served In
tho bcautlrul btcal'fast room over
looking tho sea. Pink Is tho favorite
color of tho guest of honor, and pink
roses cntirmlngl"d with maidenhair
fern adorned tho tnbta In Its faultless
' equipment of rut hys nnd sllvor
wore. Miss I'lsl.er Is one of tho
br'tles-tob'. The plnrn rnrdi wcru
pink hcirts with hindpilnted cuoids.
Aftor liuKbe-t, this -rirnionn will 1.3 " """ V' " " "." , " " """' about the mtddlo of June.
devoted ,lo bridge whlxt. Annng thov , , ... ,?.-,. 'i,;. ;!""""
ptesMU wore Mr- HaroH Castle. Miss ,alcr '".V w "'v"" lo" '"' "" "rroforH l.md and Coddlngtnn.or
Irene Kishe.r Ml,, Wllhelm'.n Ten- ,0 ,con "e ,U , ,T1" wlCMl,,.dtcftiloiWM JlnlvMr havo had th-r
ney Mrs. Ou,Uv Sclmrfor -Mrs H-r- ''" I ' tOb,rnnmorK.i.f. TinrtbSffJLM t P "" the l.wn nt Ha-
u in anil i trim iianna imiv i no nnii nr . b ,. . -
r...i..u... ....K., ....,, ..... u y' Inl.vni-roMloninl ulirtervat ons. Thouu I
n...t ..111 .loll ..Ull.ln. M "- -
mill mil nnii nuiiitn -u
route home. Mrs. Peek's
Newton Locke, who has been their
house guest for a year, railed on tho
Sierra with them, but decided not to
commltteo Mr, A. X). Castro, Dr, I..
II. flasimr, Mr, J. P. Ilodrlgues, Mr. J.
a. Farla, Mr. J. U. AicVedo, Mr. J.
M. Cnmara and Mr. M, A. Oonsnhcs
for this beautiful gift.
Mr. and Mrs. L. Tcnncy Peck had
hosts of friends to wish them bon
voyago at the steamer, who decorated
them with garlands of Ids prior to
their departure on tho 8lerrn. Wed
nesday Mr. and Mrs. Peck accom
panied by the)r son will sail from
N'ow York on tho palatial steamer
Mnurctanla, June !2nd, for London.
They will lrlt England and Scotland
May Day Returns.
Seven hundred dollars represent
tho net proceeds of tho May Day fetn
given under the auspices of tho Klln
hana Art League on April 30 In thn
grounds ui ex-Governor Cteghorn, Thn
ladles having the affair In chargo are
to bo congratulated onj tho complete
success they scored,
Mr. O. A, Nlckerson bf Pasadena nnd
hlfi-brJdoT- formerly Miss Gwendolyn
Lgvfir"f4P6rtland, Oregon, whoso
marrjapo itqpk p'ace- May 18 In tho
.nortiwro- city, win snoruy arrivn in
Although they d urt tska. their larger70l"lu. TV 'if,0," J,.nncy",oon'
touring car. much of tho touring In " ,,r.n-nR t"(11hclr, , 'c'"' ''"''"
old Dillingham. Miss llnjuhldo White ""' , "l
Miss Jesst Kennedy, Miss Hllma -c . '
White, rnd Mls Vera Damon
Major1 and f.'ri. Win-low's Clnner,
, 'o , . . , , . a, k '" European trip. Mrs. Icko
J,lulow, U, 8. A. entertained af.djjvr .. ,vla..,,prS1fh7;P .jaiichter Mrs.
In honor nf Mrs. Katlicr no. M, .., . ..,,,,,. ,.. ..,, ...
l. nl1,.lr.t V..l.- Tl.l. ""." ' i-"-'l.i", i " 1""-
alily spend tho winter In hor homo
Vales, the celebrated Heritor. This
dinner was net only injoynble, but
unique. Compllmcntar' tJ Hnlley's
comet, through the tall of which wc
wore passing on that evening. Mrs.
Wlnslow's tablo decorations repre
sented a comet. This whs olevorly
" i ,? I dtBanpln(d by weather conditions ml
''Qlnc.f' Mrf-' Tcfet-Bthe'.r experiments, thoy aro
OellgmtqTwlih tho country.
Mr. and Mrit. Dryan of ItutUnnlU,
who cime down mi tho Mnnclmrla t')r
their second vlstl "lo'lhonsbinds, iPi
parade on the Slcrrit, mere than over
ennrourcdof tho beauties of Hawaii
MajorLand Mrs. Kennedy of Kurt
ShiTtaciBlII entertain tomorrow at n
of two and n halfyearsjn Hongkmnjr jilclfTc IntJionor of their houso guest,
In Now York.
Tho return of Miss Haiel Hoffman
and MIbs Flossy Hoffman from a star
In tho occasion 'orimuclt-'plwuurn-W
dono. The comet wns composed of their many friends pflv though thofo
yellow electric lights and flowers, tho s much regret hnt MIsKllaloTs coot
(all being formed or broad yellow sal- Ins marriage with Lieut," William Mun
In ribbon, with nn effective result. The tor of tho U. S. Ilevonuo Cutter scr-
name cards wero comet-shaped, with vlco, will take h;r .wjuf rpnxtttnuis ;
lands, Tho date or tec msrrittKO m8
that It will tako place III" June.iS3 :
suvernl pretty Boctal affulin nro bclns
appropriate verses. Among thoso
present were Major and Mrs. Wins
low, Mrs. Knthcrlno M. Yates. Mrs.
Noble nnd Miss Wcnnor of Sonttlo,
Wash., Judge and Mrs. Sidney M. lia
Ion. Mnjor Hart, U. S. A.r Colonel
Wheeler U. S. A., and Captain Ex
ton, U. S. A.
Mrs. Carrie Jacobs Hond, whosd pho-
tngraph Is reproduced on tho society,
page of today, arrived this weak from'
Han Francisco, on tho Wllholmlna and
la tli.. t'linnl nf Mr nnd Mm. Kllwnrdl
Tnnnev. Mrs. Carrlo Jacobs Hond vis-, rcy entertained at dinner Wednesday
Ited tho Islands soveral years ago. aud,ocnlng. Tho dinner wnn to havo
during her sojourn hero made n, host been given In honor of Mies and Mr.
of friends. Sho Is n musical composer Wilder or Oakland, but -owing to tho
of raro ability; In fact Mrs. Hond can change of schedulo of tho Wilhclmlna
bo called a musical genius. Sho has for Hawnll, whch sailed a day earlier.
"MrsHvnlnK1'- The plcnlo will bo
MtV!!.' L. Kerr, tho architect, ac
companied by Mrs. Kerr, departed on
aB&SBRftfl. May 18th, for a visit to
the Coaiit. No dcflnltn tlmo Is ect for
not yet been sot but It Is J'robdbleiihcr roturn, i
Mrs. J. It. Meyers of Hllo left on
piunncu in nonor 01 uio ;imcniinK,i, Hinrm for Rnn I-'rnnr urn. en
brldo to bo. Among tho first of ttics -r01lt0 to licr old homo nt j.ortaud( Ore-
win uo me lea wnicn sun uiuuciic "con
sopor is givuiK iivai wwit, ui wiilun
Miss Allco Spalding, nnothcr prospec
tive brldo, will also share tho guest
honors. ' '
Mr, and Mrs, Lowrey's Dinner.
Mr, and Mrs, Frederick Jewell lw
, ti t i
Many NEW and BEAUTIFUL HATS now on
view, including the latest Paris i-'ancieSj such as
HINDOSTAN TURBANS, CHANTECLER, and
If you want a real nice MOTOR BONNET we t
now have it.
Also VEILS and VEILING lor different occasions',
DUNN'S HAT SHOP
Fort Street, above Hotel
Lieutenant Farkuharson of 'ho V, 8.
Marino Corps has received tho sad.
news of his wife's Illness, nnd will
Icavo today on tho steamer Keren.
Mr. and Mrs. George Itodlek and
their family have moved to their beau
tiful homo at Tantalus and vlll.spojid
tho summer In this ntountnln roUoat,
' ' w V '
Francis Gay or Kauai arrhod on