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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T. H., SATURDAY, MAY 4, 1912.
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Built, by owners who are leaving Islands,
are for Sale at prices ranging from
$3000 to $4000
.These are Makiki homes, and in the
best of condition.
Whether you want a home or an in
vestment Bungalows Are Good Buys
FS Ifl till
An Advantage To You Is To Apply At Once. No Trouble To Show Property.
80 Merchant Street
UNGALOWS with 5, 6, or
7 Rooms, Big Front
and Side Lanais, Sleep
ing Porch, Built-in
Sideboards Beam Ceil
ings. UILT different enough from
others to make you ap
preciate the thought
that goes towards the
$1800 to $4000
Will buy one of these brandfnew
homes and a residence lot. Terms
to suit your savings and salary.
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nECULAn SCLLING PR ICC, 75 CENTS
Now 40 cents
During our Spring Sale of staple stock, every article m our
More is selling at about halF the usual price You are invited
to "shop" Iteie. There ara plenty of clerks to wait upon everyone.
KWONG SING LOY CO.
"I lirce Doors Cv.a From Dclhel - Upper Side of King Street
The Best Laundry Soap
Mrs .lolin lnhiK Hooki' and iluiiKli week, In honor of her cousin, Miss
ur Miss Annette IIookc- of l'asudt ui, (ioialdlne Neumann, who will leaie
who hao been spendliiK tlic past so Honolulu In October fur San Pram Ik
1 nil nionlliH In Ilerkole, California, en, when- she w 111 lie man led MIs.-.
iuricil this week In Honolulu n ml Neumann lulu won I lie hearts of nil
air cui'HtH at Ihi' Young, ovpectlni; In v ho huw I ho pleasure of Unowint,
loiiiuln in I hi' Islands for several her She Ih one of tlm most popular
moulliH Miss limine Is a well ktiimn of I hi' ouiik'I women In Honolulu,
newspaper woman of Southern Call
lomln ami was for soierul soars suel Mr anil Mrs llifhnrd Cooke ha.o
et editor of tin' "Star" In I'a-sodena icttirneil to town after a dillnhtful
'I li 1m Ih Miss I.ooko'h bcionil lsll 10 uioiitli at Kahala.
the Islands, her first Kla. two .ears
hko, lialnn iioed all loo short for Mrs C M. Cooke and Miss Alloc
the HlKlltseelni! She Ill-Sired 10 do. i Cnnkn hm liliuml tn I.HMkiiliii uliniel
l)r and Mrs Harold I.ou of Jl.il thej nlnn In remain until autumn
link aieuue leave on the Siberia for
tin1 Coisl for nil eastern trip of se
Miss l.atb Macfarlanc. nflor a tlnee
years' visit in California will he homo
011 the Korea, nrrliliiK here on Hie
14lli of Ma Mrs llnrr) Mnifarlane
actompanles Miss Mncfarhme. Afli r
a moul delightful trip to Kuropo with
her brother and sister. Mi, and Mis,
I'oslor Diillim, Honolulu Is iudeoil
pleased to woliomo home this ery
Mrs Frank llKhton Gibson, ar-
! (ompanliil by her little sou ami uinld,
will arrive tomorrow from Kalawao
' lo spend a couplu of weeks with hoi
Irotlicr and sister. Sir. and Mrs. John
Mrs Arthur Macintosh, with her ha
In and maid, leave for the mnlulaml
next mouth lo spend the summer.
Mis. W'nlter towles will eulertnlu
nt a luncheon on Tuesday of this
w eek. .
Mr, ami Mrs, I. imiii had as week I
end Kiiests Mr. and Mis. A ( Cm Us
Mrs. William .McKay' was a lunch
(on hostess In honor of Mis A I will
Sdill on 'I IiiiisiIiiN tiflast week
Mr. ami Mrs. JMwaid I. Tenney
Mrs. Helen Niinnu, Miss Wilhel'iilua
mil Mi. vol lion Tcnn) left yesteidu)
irouior umi sisier, air. ami iirs. .loiin ,, . ; ,,' ", , '
Troiiliolm Warren of Kewalo and """" l'"l " -"' ''"' at
1 llt.ollln alrmlu II Iiam nl.n ..Ml Kn HalClWa
where she will ho
Klail lo see any friends who may wish
1 TnlTT-rffl f Y V,tM- iliyiWtillUiTlWftniilMffTiiBYrt
Mrs Clark Smith, who has been is
IlluK hnr parents, Mr and Mrs Lewis
I Hclioen. left for her home in Hnol.aue
The Catholic Uidles Aid met with mi the Wllheliiilun.
Mr and Mrs Waller I'laiuls Dil
HiiKham halo as lliolr house i;uosi
Dr. and Mis Ailinns, who h.no Just 10
turned from a visit to India and Co
1,111 Mru A1I1111111 la Mru lUlllnirliiiin u
Mrs Marolil IiukoldonliasK(inp toi ,,,; Mr (,,,,,,., ,,,,,;, 1)r IU1U
Mis II (ilailo as hostess oil l'riila
afternoon Afti r the business of Hie
UieetlliK was oer the hostess sen oil
Ii'fli'Blilni ills About twenty niein
hers weie piesent
Does not iujiu'o the most delicate garment.
Saves time and labor.
Bargains in Veranda Rockers
noiiiij' itm'i.N m:is vm iivcks
Priced from $1.60 to $4.40
COYNE FURNITURE CO., Young Bid.
the week end
The home of Mr. and Mrs Inmost
Uoss hns been Kladdened b tlj nd
ent of n son and heir,
Miss Ljdla McStocker Is plannini; a
Mrs Adams plan a .visit of some
letiKth III Honolulu.
Mrs. John M Dowsett chaperoned a
motoi party for n round tho-lslnnd ttlp
on Suuda). At Aubrey the parts halt
ed and had luncheon. In Mrs. Dow
ere Miss Laura Nott
Dowsett, Mr I-owellaii
I Ilimxoll Mr lllvnli Null, mill Mr llel
Mis .Innies DoiiKberty Is the house. ,t,( Dowsett,
pimsi 01 .Mrs. Arthur r wan When
series of sewing teas to take plnco i ' vctt'n party w
tfie next (ouple of weeks. I jHS Al'leen 1
xhool closes Mrs. Wall and Mrs,
DiiiiKliort will go oer lo the oountij
home of tho Walls' at Walholo for
Mrs Kiln aril 11 Stnekablo will be a
luncheon hostess on Tuesday of not
Situated for the present on Hotel Street,
across from the Empire Theater
Gunther's Chicago Candies
Telephone 20 1 1
Mrs. JiiIiii Wholley will he hostess
lor the ( aid Club mecllui; of Ihe sen
ice peoplo next week.
Mrs HockliiK will return In a mouth
to Honolulu after a ilellKhlful tlnee
mouths' ilslliuR her dnuRhtcr, Mrs
Miss I'rccinan will bo a Wednesday
hostess Her method of entertainment
will bo cards.
Miss riuncho Sopor, who planned to
1 1 leave for Kauai this week, has post
poned her vfsit until next week, when
she will ilslt f I lends lit I.tliuc.
YOUR GROOER SELLS IT
3:kjMCWBlg3IMSMWBiMEIHIMMMBEii m I IIH'IIM nil 'IiIH
made by J, J, Williami, are now
on sale at our store.
10 Cents Each
25 Cents Each
Photo Supply Co.,
FORT, NEAR HOTEL
The French Laundry
J. A HA Dili, Prop.
Cleaning of Pongees, Flannels, and delicate
fabrics .by Abadie's French method, which
restores the garment to its pristine freshness
jjj King Street
Telephone 1 49 1
The Oriental Crepe Goods Co.
(Dowson 4 Russell) ' ,
61 KINO STREET, NEXT ADVERTISER OFFICE
Wholesale Importers of Crepe Goods, Silk Crepes, Cotton Crepes, Crepe Shirts,
and Crepe Goods of Every Description
CALL AND 8EE OUR SAMPLES
BAZAAR THIS AFTERNOON.
Kplpli.mv riiilld Is liolillni! a l.riiir
at tin iihliluite of I'm ill. Ciiol.e, Kal
11111KI. tliU afli iliuull Tin 11 Is an
!iiuiit!.!iKo of fum urthb's anil de
Ih Ions swiits In the Imotli, anil tho
IHollts of the Kih will K" for the
In lit lit of the Kllllil It Is a pralsn
uultli) uliji'it that ii lnulim' tlm pal
luuaitii or the ptnplt' fioui all maUiiiih
of the ill).
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