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Wtm ' EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., 8ATURDAY, APR. 13, 1912.
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COMINGS AND GOINGS
OF THE SMART SET
Ml S Sheb.l
requests I lip pleasure nf vnur (oiupant
lit Hie (i.irdcn Pari to In- given In
ciiinnioiniirutliin or the live thou
Kamltli numlier of tlio
Siimlay aftorniHiii. April fourteenth,
from two o'tlmk p. in., ut I
I Mr Jmiit'H Robertson's I'lnicl '
Niiiinnii Stieet. between School and
VineMird Streets. Iloiuiliilu.
Mr. nml Mrs. Charles WlRht arc nt
present In I'Rimnin. wlilih pl.ie seems
tn have taken u linlil on tlie tourist
public Prom there, of uiiirse. Hie) l
"fin In Nov Ymk nml stop n while,
then on to lairopi o visit Siiitinnd
England. Irelanil Units Siberia anil
then to China am' lapan on their wa
home to Hawaii This trip will oc
mpv ahoiit two vcars While In San
I'latidsio Mr ami Mrs. Wight had
apartments at Hie ('hnrlanuRnc, on
fieni) stieet This place Is very ox
iluslvo ami Is nlwavs tilled to ca-
The home of Mr. and Mrs. Cyril
Novlus has liei n gladdened by the
advent oC a son nml lielr Mrs, Ncv
Ins is most pleasantly rememhered hy
ninny HoiiMulniis as Miss Georgette
Malsely when she lslled llnnnliilii
for several months as l he house Riicst
of the V V. Norths.
The Hotel Aiibory sei ins In have a
law shaie of Hie Island people who
low a wiek or dollghtrul quiet ami
c client table dainties livery week
teuirds a largo number of towns
people who motor lo the Aubery for
u few dnys' pleasure Among those
who lsltoil there this week wero Mr,
and Mrs Samuel Wilder ami children,
Mr and .Mrs llrnesl Mntt-Sinlth, Mr.
and Mrs II like, Miss I), Multii,
A Ducr and wife. Captain and Mrs.
I II Parker and son, Mr l A OIN
Hon and Mr and Mrs. It. H. Putney.
Miss Norn Swnniv has linil as her
house RiiestR for the past week Miss
Wilder ami Mrs. Cornelia Wilder of
I.eitehua, daughters of Colonel Wlldei
llnl It of the Wilder Rlrls arc consid
ered cry licnutlful,
.lodge and Mrs. Sauforil llallnrd
Hole iiavo gone to Nuiionu for a fort-,
night. They will occupy the Alonzo
(Initio place. Judge and Mrs. Dolo'
are Just having n ipilet rest. I
.Mrs, Prnncis Mills Swaii7. chap
eroncd h box parly of Honolulu's de..'
biilanles on Wednesday evening nlthui
liberty to hear tho wondciful stringed
orchestra of Paul Haul.
Mrs. (lay Mayilell Is Ihp imiiho
Riiesl of Mr. nml Mrs. OeorRo Angus
for a few- weeks. Mrs. Mtiydoll hns
Just recovered from n serious opera
tion. I llllo's eastern Stais nip plauuiuR a
i'iiikIiir parly to tnko plate on thu
2lli of April In tho .Mnsouic Hall.
Mis C. ( I Icmer of Scholleld bat
rinks v.ns a town visitor last week
A transport coining from or roIiir t town and left for her post of duty on
the Philippines alwns brliiRs a InrRu Tuesday. Miss Low Is n remark
(ontiiRent or army people from the ably sweet and wlnsoino Rlrl. Sho is
nutljIiiR posts to town to visit for a busy preparing her trousseau for her
few hours with friends In transit i comliiR nuptials, which will take, place
Cards are out for n Rarden party
Riven by Mr. S. Sbcba of the Hawaii
Mr. and Mrs. William II Campbell,'
Slilnpo. commemorating its fic thou Miss Marjory Prceth, Miss Marian
inmlth number. This Rarden party Peacock, Mr. Hert Clark and Mr. Tom
takes place Sunday afternoon. Im- Orny are enjoying tho week on Tan-
klvvn Kn Xtiunnti street. Inlus. This jolly pnrty are at .IikIro
and Mrs. Alexander Robinson's lovely
Mr. nml Mrs. Kredk. Jewctt Low- Tnntnlus home.
ley and Mrs. Helen Storrs are still
at Nlnoko attending some alterations The Hireling of tho Catholic Ladles'
that arc being dnno In niitklpatlou of Aid was held nt tho homo of Mrs. Carl
the home-coming of their son Alan, Kti Ilol on Tuesday. These meetings
who plans to bring homo a (Otiplo or are partly social and are rcnlly enjoy-
his classmates. able About thirty members wero In
Mr. nml Mrs. .lames Md'audless, , ... .. ..,,
Mrs. llnrcenr nml Miss llnrccnr have Captain mill Mrs. llnrrv Wilbur.
been guests r the Palace Hotel, but wl, ",clr fllmll'' wlu ,(VlV0 llattml
have taken n house In Berkeley In the jo llrbt of May for their new- post at
most exclusive district, vvhero they
the Presidio, San Francisco. Mrs.
plan to remain for the comliiR six Jlary Wli""c,'l ' ntcom ml,y Cn""
mmiihH tain and Mrs. Wilbur.
Mr. A. J. Campbell will bo n guest ,r-, nnu '. u. u. aiacsauie win
nt n.n Uninro ,,nin i.iu .inn,,r f.,r shortly move out to their now buiiRn-
his homo In Honolulu. Mr. Campbell ,ow,nt Klmnkl and If they like It as
has been In Kurope for tho past six
months In tho Interests of Immigra
Mrs. Itycroft ami Miss Sophie Hy
crott hnvo had most cluiriiilng upait-
wcll as they expect to, n little later
will erect a more pretentious homo, t
Miss Yarrow and Miss Carrie Oil
man arc planning a trip through ICu-
I ope lor this summer Tlicy will rent
menis In Ilerkelej. but will soon wend ,,u,.lr. c"l"K ""' I'luiBnlow at Kal
their way westward and liome. m,,K' Ior l" Ilmo "' ",clr '""'ciiiir.
i A i
m Manicure Sets (E
I Wo hvo jutt opened a new lino of II
Kl Munieure Soti from Jm
IBJ Also a complete ttock of Flexible 1'
IHI Filci, Scifton and other requisites. 111
Uf HOTEL AND FORT STREETS a
Miss Annbcllo Low spent tho
Knster vacation with her parents In
"The Semi-Tropics Have
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House will be completed on April 20th.
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For further particulars apply to
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Mr. and Mrs. lMwnrd Watson ale
still In Washington, Mrs, Watson and
little Virginia aro busy accepting In
vitations from friends nnd seeing the
sights of that beautiful city.
Mr and Mrs, lleiinnti Schultz have
moved into the Ilngcns house at the
Shnfter end of KlnR stieet nnd will
lio theie until the icliirn of tho I la
gens from Sail rrantlsco.
i Miss Hosiimond Swann', who has
been nwn) nt school for the past two
)enrs, comes heme lo spond the hum
m'er months with her parents ami
' Mrs. Mnhel WIiir Castlo and her
daughter Kllnor, who have been llv
ing abroad for several years, aro plan
ning an early return to Honolulu.
I Mr nml Mrs. William llaldwln weie
guests at tho Slnwait Hotel for n few
davs, on their way llast to visit rela
tives and f i lends In Milwaukee.
' Mrs. Do Wolf wns a dnparlltiR pas
senger on tho Sierra after a pleasant
thiec months' visit with her daughter.
' Mrs. Iloblnsmi Is a Riiest at the
Com Hand. Mrs. Ilohlnsou Is a
charming woman, Sho Is tho inotliei
of Lieutenant II. Iloblnson.
' Miss Paulino Sihacfor, who is a
student nt tho fiainbln school In Snula
llnrbara, will bo homo I ho Hist week
Miss Margaret Ccntei, who has
been a student for n year at Ham
lin's, will bo homo this summer.
Miss Oaphno Damon, who is a stu
dent at Mills, will ho home for tho
hummer, the llrst week in Jiiuu.
Captain II. II. Watklus mid Mis.
Wntklns wero In town for a few days
from Schofleld barrutks.
I Mr, llnbert Horner and Mrs. Horner,
nlsn Mr William Horner of Kiiknlau
are nt tho Young.
I Mr. and Mrs. (leoign Caller and
family aro at Kulkou for a couple of
i Mr and MrB. J. P. Hnlo are Now
Yorkers who aro registered nt tho
I Mrs. I,. II. Scales of Siollcld liar-
racks Is registered nt tho Young
Colonel W. i:. Wilder or Scholleld
was In town for a few dus this wcok.
Mr K, A Knudsen of Knual Is In
town for a few davs
f m , I
Arllitlc job prlullng ran iilnujs lie
ohtalmd from the Bulletin's rum.
plctd) ciiilppei Job prlslluc plant.
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