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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., SATURDAY, AUO. 26, 1911.
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Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wilder' Ten.
nl Tea. I
$ A welcome vnrhtlon In the mole
ci i niciiiming wus iiiiiouucui uy .Mr.
and Mrs Churles Wilder, when thev (
oiilei tabled nt n tenuis tun that w.n
given .Mond.i nfternoun, In lnnuir of
Senator .inil Mis. i:. A Kmidien ami'
llin Hun nml Mrs Chillies HIio of
Kaiul 'Iho delightful .afali wus glv-
in at ttiu el ii ?i house of tlio .Mniiii!
Hotel, at. (I n number of lnteriMing
tmnls )n itches vveio plucd mi the
q two couits, lheio Is imt u prettier'
a i.t ico In town Tor such nn tntirtulu-1
tin nl. for tho cluh homo ami court")
were built b the owners of the beau
tiful Moinn Hotel, with tint hlei In
lew 1'or the guests who did not
enie to iartlclintc In the strenuous
p. ttues of tenuis, et"tj chairs were
placed on the lawn mill on the latnls,
tn the) ciiuhl wltniss the tournament
rAt the u clock lonesMiionts were
reived bv it cori) of well trained wnlt
v ni- fnttii lite lifttel The riteilllif vvnn
also dene by the slovvnid of the Mu
fln i, -tiiil the- lesult was Hint tho
viands were, especially dainty nml
dillcluiiK It In to be Imped that this
form or entertainment will be Indulg
id In the future for It Is n pleas nit
diversion from bildgo parties Aiming
Mr. and MM Wlldcr's guests were
Semloi and Mis i: A. Knudsen and
jlon and Mis. Charles Hlco of Kan
nl, Mr nml Mrs T V King, Mr and
..Mrs IJ Itoss Dr and Mrs. James
'.ludil, Dr. nnd Mrs. K. Wiitcrhoiine.
i Miss it Owltiell of f.Snn TranclKco,
Afluj Alt M.w fm I ineJ? Miss Marlon
-$ lriillinc., Miss liura Nolt. .fUs Mi
ll in lit, Mis (leorgo ll.trrlstii lain
d'orson, Miss Citjiefhie' f.ninberson of
Portland, Ore , Mrs Harr Wllilei,
Mis U, iimiil, Mr (I roller. Mr I)
Nolt and Mr II M ;uwsott
Mrs. Neville's Bridge Tea.
Mis Waller Oowlts served the Iro
nnd Mrs. .Montgomery Mnconib inmr-4
Cd eofito at the lirld ;e lea that was
given jesterdii) nlterncoii by Mih
Neville, wife of Major N'oVlilrt of tho
tf. K Marine Corps Hefrcsltmcnts
ucro served In tho dining room, In
the hostess prettj In.rio on Orccn
stieetj- The fouuur part of tho nrter-
En A nooii was devoted to luli'ge.at eich
EH,' H' of the eight lablts, hundsoiuo
prizes ronslstliiK of pieces of bran
wctp. tv arded. Mrs, Cowlts, Mis
iio2L- Ouylcr, Mis. Putnam. Mm. T.uiner
? F Mrs Chnnninn. -Mrs. Daniel Hand of
I.olMiiia, nml Mlfs Ivathotlno Steph
ens uud Mrs. Johnson, were tlie reel'
4 I1 u s l ti ifmuuiiit nwimn-r
m Jlrs. ,Vvllln Is nu Ideal Hiostcss and
i.' esrli detnil wa pl.inne I to preiiKile
the pleisiire of der cuests. The fol
lowing Riiestr plnyed drlilsf Mis.
M'i'ntKi'imerj Maemuti, Mrs Walter
Cowds, MrJv Aitliur Mnrlx, Mrs. Hnj
Y. inlth, Mrs KranU McSlncl.tr, Mrs
W. W. Nr li. Mis Hmllh or Port
Sharicr,' Mt. Chnpnian. Mrs. Pratt
Mrs. lined Cook, Miss nninble, Miss
It. (liinh'e, Mrs 'Frank It niwirda
Jtrs. Wootcn, Miss Clay, Mrs. Daniel
Hiliil Mrs i: J Tlmbethike, Mrs.
I'nrilec, Mis James M Kennedy, Mrs
l.llkott, Mis Henry Cooper, Mrs
(ItMlcr, Miss Itoberts Miss Tiittle
'.Ids ZliKler, Mrs, I'litiinm, Mrs. Wil
cox, Mih Turner, Mis lliirntntn. Mis.
Iiihiisiiii of Port KiiKer, Mrs. Dltson
nnd Miss Knthrjn Stopliens. Tho fol
liming woiiim cJine In later for tea
older to take u long vacation of it
year or more. She came to llllo and
wns stuvini; with her inotder at the
family residence on Volcano street un
til last Friday, 'when she went to
iamnktm to spend n islt of n month
with her sister, Mrs. 1). K. WIIboii
Sidney II. Illrdseye hits been In Ha
waii only n comparatively short time.
Ho is n member of the party of en
gineers sent here by the Washington
Rtodetlc Survey service to uuslst tho
Territory In making n geodetic and
hydrogrnphtc survey of the Islands
The wedding of Miss Ixnilso Hun
laul llapal and Mr John Smith Hick
urd, which took place last Wednesday
I:1icmi l.nv, Hnmblo
Tucker, Snillli nnd
Mesdnnicii Aluxr-mlei Davis, CllfUm 'evening, was itiltu u social event. Tho
ercmony took place in tho Church of
tho Help Aiiostles, ltcv W II. Kenton
Smith otriclnting, and was uttelided by
large number of relatives and
friends of the bride nnd groom. Iho
chinch had Ken very effectively nnd
prettily decorated, n mnss of cnlln III
les 111 front of the nll.tr nnd giant
clusters of hydrnngeas adding a touch
of color to Hie ferns nnd other green
plants which formed the basis of the
decoration A couple of enormous
blrdnest ferns cleverly placed added
much to tho general effect.
Miss Helen Watson wns the maid of
honor, while Charles Withers attended
the groom ns best man Tho bride wns
given away by her brother, ttarry
Hiip.il. A choir, composed or County
Attorney Ueers nnd it number of girl
friends of the bride, furnlslieu wo
music. After the ceremony tho guosts
were entertained nt the resident e of
the bride's mother on Volcano strict,
where n particularly carefully pre
pared luau bad been spread utid where
most of them remained until tho mid
night hour tolled. The joung couple
will occupy the llapal cottage next to
the residence of Mrs. llapal.
Hotel Courtlatid Bridge Club.
Mrs Monell and Mr. Mcllldownev
won Hie prices when the Coiirtlanil
llrldgo ('lull met on Wednesday of
this week nj the Courtland Hotel.
The lull's pilzo was a handsome
ht'ttdci! puise, ami the man's prize
v as silk sucks There were twuit
four guests present, and later In tho
evening dnlntv refreshments were
Mrs. Frederick Waterhoute Enter,
Yesterday nttcruonn, Mrs Freder
ick Wateihonse entertained nt'n surf
ing pnrtj and siiper nt Walklki, In
1 niiiir of her nephew, Mr. Alfred
YiMing About twenl young people,
vveie present. The art was given at
tho J. K Hi ow it's place at Walklki,
I.icut. and Mrs. tleorgc Cleveland
liovven, are rejoicing over the arrival
of a btby girl, that was bom Krldav
evening. Mis. Ilowcn wns Miss Alice
Hpaldlng of this city, null his alwnvs
been a greit soclctj favorite. Ijcnt
and Mrs. Itowen's friends are delight'
ed over tho news of tho arrival of
Hie little stranger. This morning,
tho voiing mother has been Hie reci
pient of flowers and numerous notes
Mr. and Mrs. Palmer's1 Heart Party.
Artistic little Cnplds ornamented i bride wns given iiwny by her father,
the "tally cards." when Mr. and Mrs. land was nttended by Miss Clowes as
yfolin Palmer, entertain the guests of bridesmaid, while Fred A. Clowes sup
their hotel with a "henrt rnrt" Moti- i ported the groom as best man.
il,i evening. This event was one of Mr. nnd Mrs. MtCluskey ure plan
the pleasure events of tho season. Tlu nlng to make an extensive trip to the
lefieshmcnts were vcr elaborate and Kast, McCluskey having secured a
Hi prizes uniistiallv beautiful. The leave of absoiirc for a year from the
first woman's prize was a largo ko- Department of Public Instruction,
dak Imok, bound In lenthW and was . ..,?
CtAvtvlamsnt it HIIO.
U ,,n lii Mro lVAltint M Unitnu tmniiHi"". -
was aw aided the man's prize, n deck
o fpla.vlng cards bound In seal.
llllo Social KtclitN. '
llllo. Aug. 22 The latest news in
Hie Cupid column is the announcement
by Mrs J. C. Unfile, of this cty, of
the engagement of her daughter, Miss'
Annie Hattle, to Mr. Sidney II. Illrds
The wedding of Win McCluskay. tho
supervising principal for Kast Hawaii,
and Miss Ksther I.yinan, the daughter
of Judge F. S Lyiuitn, took place last
Wednesday at tho Lyman mountain
house ut Twenty-nine Miles. It wus a
very unlet itffulr, only tho members of
the family nnd a few Intimate Triends
being present. Tho ceremony wns
uorrnrtnnil liV IlfiV. Aug. DnillinS. Tll
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HII.O. Aug. .'2. The dnnro nnd en-
teitalument given -on Saturday night
b the Hllo Dramatic Club was pao
of the best In the history or thai or
ganization. The attendance was very
lartre and ns the result tho club.
which Is Hid charitable organization
of ltllo, made n good profit over all
expenses. The entertainment, which
I occupied about two hours wont off
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suss tinitio is ono ot tno uesi Known ".. u . -
joung ladles on this Island and Is n dancing until midnight.
extremely ulubotutu and beautiful
were tho work of Hsrry Hapal, of
this city. The graceful dancing by
Trowbridge wns Hie feature and his
makeup was wonderful, the dlspla)
of form also being one which caused
great comment. It wns one of the
best stunts of Its kind ever seen hero.
Thf fan dance given by Misses Car
rol llehl, Klcanor Patten, Jean Mosch
and PegRle Campbell, was extremely
graceful, these taking part being
tlicssed in Spanish continue nnd tho
dancing lielilg very dainty mid nl'
trnrHve. Mrs, Nellie Hlserninn nnd
Mr. T W. Koohnen danced tho Merr
Widow wnlt In a most ncceptnhle
manner nml the same couple, with
Miss Dlancho Cannrlii and Mr. Alee
Deshn went tlnoiigh a charming min
ute. Mrs, Peter Hcnmer ncted ns the
Tho final number on tho pmgram
consisted of a Scolcli reel, In which I
twelvu couples took part. It was led
by Mr. Ilobert Forrest nnd Mrs. C. C
Kennedy, tho others being, Messrs.
Forbes, Stephen Desha, George De
sha, Napier riouald, Lindsay Ander
son, Fraser, Cbarmlchacl, I.awsou and
Mcol; Mcsdnmes Forbes, Moses, Id
Hot, Wise and Hlsermon; Misses
Chalmers. Molr, l.oulso Molr, Ilorrest,
Corstophlne nnd Shlpmnn. The reel
wns tinder the direction of Mrs. Ilob
ert Forrest, nlso plajed tho nccom
pnnylng music nnd was greatly res
ronslble for its success.
IN BUSINESS CIRCLES
(Continued from Pag 6)
.cvv Theater Proioeil.
The preliminary work for a new
theater wns 'started this week, with
tho clearing ot the ground jon the lot
ut the corner of Nuutimi avenue and
Chaplain lane. The building will bo
tlrepioof throughout and according to
the building regulations of the city.
It is understood that A. K. Vierr.t
will be at the bead of the new the
atrical venture, and It Is expected that
the llrst performance In the new pla'
liottsu will be given on December 1.
Looking After AUiurw.
The llrst steps towurd rebuilding
tho old Klnuu wharf wore taken on
Monday, when divers were sont below
tho stiifuco for an examination of tho
piling It has been reported that this
particular wluirf Is in u pretty bad
shane. and the Harbor Commissioners
are much Interested In the examina
tion. If the piling Is found to be in
good shape, there w III be a new floor
luld and a new roor will bo built for
the protection of freight.
Oiihii Sugar Water Han.
Uaslng calculations on the report
mnde by the oxpert engineers, LIl-
jplncott nnd I'Worthcn, who wore
I brought hero ror (lie purpose oi iook-
lllg into tlie' wuier question, it i i-
This pure, evaporated Milk is the most
satisfactory in every way for kitchen
and table use. It keeps indefinitely.
It is full of nutrition and butter fat and
digestive qualities. v
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great social favorite both In Kohala,
where she lived for several years, utid
In Hllo. She was for some time a
laqnlini. nt ,lin L'nliflln .nmlnn.ii tia.t
,....b... ..I. l..i .....(.,,, nc.ll.ui, UUk
severed her connection with Hint Insti
tution nt the end of tho last term In
The special stunt of the evening
canto ns a surprise, being n Spanish
dance. In which the male part was
taken by F. W. Koehnen, and tho
female part b Fred Trowbridge of
Walnaktt. The costumes, which wcro
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A Cold Bottle
Of Primo Beer
Goes well at any time, but it
tastes best when taken with
the evening meal.
It sharpens the appetite,
aids the digestion, and quids
tired nerves. It is the best
beer vou can drink, because
it is the purest. ' '
And it is the best tonic you
can take and the most plea
sant one, too.
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Some Interesting tests of Hie Hat- tho mutter to the members or tho lire
tery Harlow guns nnd mortars hnvo committee.
been made during tho week, when n
target was anchored off the shore and There seems to bo every prospect
actual firing ut it wns part of the for u good road being built between
practlco. No record of the hits or tills citv and tho itnvnl station nt
misses wns kept, for those who nro Pcnrl Harbor In tho near future. It
handling tho big guns were not look- Is rumored that the J-ioflfl that the
tng for n record. The test bus dem- Superv Isors have been setting aside
onstrnled that tho big guns are placed. every month for the purpose of p.iv-
lll thu rltfttL snnt fnr thn lirntd, linn In"- tlmt afwtlnti nt Htm utrpi.t fhiif
of the city. , linns by the llshmnrkcts will boSised' J2,29?,,)9C73'tiUd $1.4S1,S39C7 went t
to construct a first-class roadway the counties
In, and it Is learned that thero has
been tin Increase In the assessed valu
ation of teal and peisoiuil property
of 2.79 per tent. The total amount
collected wus $2,CC7,17B 90. This Is
n less amount than was collected for
tho previous year, which Is accounted
for by the fulling off of the inherit
ance tax. The total public revenue
for tho veur was $3,749.8.10 40. Of
that umoitut tlio Territory received
Wils on motor-driven lire-lighting from this city to the nnvnl base. The
ported as practically decided, though I
,.. ,.filnl.itlv iiotn.l nn. tn ilrlft n. nitlll-l
ber of tunnels through the range and apparatus were opened nt nootf on proposition has received ho much at- It Is expected that u flno specimen
i.-i.,., ...... ..,. . o.., nii H,,.rr t'nm. ! Thursday. The von llnnnn-Young tcntlott that the County Engineer has'of tho Silver Sword plant will be
unity's plantation from the wlndwurd i Company was tho lowest bidder on llgtiretj on the cost of bucIi a road placed on exhibition next week at the
side of the Island. It Is estimated I n B,nK0 machine. Nearly till of tho and has turned the estimate in to the Promotion Committee rooms. So fur
that the cost of such a ditch will bo I HK-'ma hi tuts uuj- ru in uii roatt coiuiiiiiieo ot wie city taiiiers. asKtiown, me crater tit iiaieaKiua ih
In the neighborhood of $l,r,00.000. ll, "'""B- There wits no dot lslou the only spot where1 this wonderful
tttiun un ii. nm luvjujiiu ucoi tu jbuio i no lUAvn lui inu iiuui jvttr uiu tin imiui hi"
Tho estimated flow of water expected
through the proposed ditch Is given
at Ui.OOO.OOO ilto 100,000,000 gallons,
that lielng the maximum and mini
mum, Willi tin average of 30,000,000.
How this shall be financed is gen
erally discussed outside the officials
or the company. Some of the direct
ors want tlio work dono with the sur
plus moner of the plantation nnd addi
tional stock Issue. Others believe In
bonds or a water company similar to
tho Wuhluwa Company. The latter
plan will probably tarry.
It was announced during tho week
that there has been n decided cut In
the Insurance rates of fire risks
throughout tho city. This cut has
been expected for some time, but it
was thought Hint It would not be put
Into effect until now flre-fightlng ap
paratus hud been Installed by the city
Urn department. There Is an appar
ent 21 per cent reduction on the city
taken us a whole, some classes of
buildings having the reduction of the
premium on the risk cut considerably,
while other classes are not so for
tunate, but still enjoy a reduction.
; PERPETRATED BY WALT.MCpQUGALL
Fhe J5eer That's Brewed
io quit me iiimoje
Xe Wluirf I'liiim.
At it meitlng of tho Hoard of Har
bor Commissioners, the plans for the
Kiihurdu stuet wharf vvero approved.
The new wharf will be along the same
lines us the Aluken wluirf, and will
eventually bnve n balcony, but on ac
count of tho lack of funds there will
be no balcony built In Hie wharf shid
The Commissioners also looked Into
tho plans for tho new seawall. The
sneclllcntlons are expected to bo fin
ished in a few davs, as tho borings
aro nil Unladed. It Is estimated that
thu cost will come close to $25,000.
The mutter of handling fi eight and
tho demurrugo charges to freight that
remains on the wharves over u limited
time Is a problem tlmt Is keeping tho
Harbor Commission iusy. The mer
chants of tho city think tlmt tlio time
Is too short, nnd have entered an ob
jection to tlio wluirf rules.
According to reports from the Pud-
He Works DepuYlment, tho Kuta plpa
line, on Maul. Is expected to bo tin-
Islud sonio tltno next month The
wooden Hint tons for tlio line am being
iinUhoil ui time, and tlio work Ih
i.mIhl' abend with no delay.
The Kula pipe lino is now through
ns fur ns Pollpoll, and the lino from
thero on to Keokca Is tho next section
to be taken up.
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