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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T H., SATURDAY, MAIICH 3, 1006.
The Little Ads with the Big Results
Mug Phko H, NdV TO-DAY, for Now Acln.
BOUSE Od Vlne)ard St.
1 110U8B On Uoacb at Walklkl.
HOUSE On Kluau Street.
OFFICLS In Walty Building.
WAREHOUSES On Queen Street.
Improved and Unimproved Proper
bouses In all parti of the City
BISHOP & CO,
A two story bouse, No 103C Green
street Furnished or unfurnished
Apply C II Reynolds 3317-tf
Cottages In Chrlstly Lane. Apply
Wong Kwtl, Smith SL, mauka Hotel
2 nice large front rooms. Unfurnished
Reasonable Apply 280 -Iiorotanla St
Cheapest, coolest furnished rooms In
city. Helm's Court, Adams lane.
wly furnished mosquito proof rooms.
. 84 Vineyard 8t 272S tf
LOS" I .
On Rapid Transit car between Wai-
mici Turn and Walk k . nn Aloha
Temple fez. Finder return to this,
office for reward 3271 tf I
The Weekly Edition of the Evening
uulletln gives a complito nummary of,
the news of the day For SI a year,
H !'t? . BII,'1B Company. Umbrellas r.oalred and brass polish
Best black sand from $2 to $3 a load Ing. TaUata, 12S4 Fort SL
according to distance hauled. Coral 3085-tf
rocks for stable, roads and slde
walks, nrowooj. Third door below
King, Maunakea St ; P O. box 820. !
Telerbone Main 39C.
For a nice, smooth shave call at the
Criterion 8bnB. 1111 Fort St.
DYEING AND CLEANING. j
Uemura dyes (any color) and cleans
clothes; repairs bicycles and fur-'
nlshes employes. 620 King St. i
nsyasni domes cleaned, rena red
and dyed. 637 Rerctanla St. r
'For house-help, phone White 2891, Ma.
klkl. General Employment Office,
cor. Pensacola and Ileretanla.
'For Japanese laborers and yard bo)s.
Call at Hotel Chlkushl, or Telephone
Main 4SC. 3317 lm
Mr. Jas Sheridan, pianoforte tuner,
has moved to the piano wnrerooms
of L E Thnyer & Co, 168 Hotel St.
opposite Young Hotel, All orders
for tuning promptly attended to
the Bulletin office.
cards on sale at COUNSELLOR-AT-LAW, 602 8TAN
Fine Job Prlntlrg at the Bulletin.
Fish Food For Lent
Many people have In the past been sore put about to obtain satis
factory fish food during the Lenten season. This year we determined
that there should be no complaints on this score, and have according
ly laid In stock a line of the finest smoked, dried and salt fish that we
have ever had. The assortment Includes:
CODFISH In blocks and strips, PIGKLED BLOATER MACKEREL,
SALT SALMON, SALMON BELLIES, SMOKED EELS (Imported),
SMOKED HALIBUT, and SALMON SMOKED BLOATERS.
The quality of this fish Is excellent and we confidently recommend
It to all our patrons.
Metropolitan Meat Co,, Ltd
Telephone Main 45
General Employment Office, cor
Emma and Beretanla Stt. Japanese
and Chinese Laborers Supplied. Con
tract Work of Every Kind Undertak
n. Telephona Bluo 2181.
J5r-Mloef cnttla for sale at Ka-
-v m niiicu uiincii. Knti. na
ideal countr) home at Manoa Valley,
surrounded by liver; good bathing;
Cr cottage barn, lawn, roses, fruit
trees, nr car Hue Uargaln Apply
to P. E It Strnuch, Real Estate, 74
b King St., Walty llldg. 3290 tf
Fine corner lot In Maklkl. Curbing,
water, fruit and ornamental trees
and all Improvement. Two mln
utcs' wall; from cars and Punahou
College. Address R. F., this office,
'Fire wood from Uio Kahaulkl camp
Apply nt the Moana Express, and
shooting gallery, 19 Hotel near Nuu
nnu St Phone llltie 611.
Pure PI) mouth Rock eggs, and joung
chickens one month old Apply
Farm Cornn, King and MrCully
streets. 323G tf
Vggi In settings Pure bred PImouth
Hncks, bnrred or white Tclcphono
White 831, 3319 tf
Cheap Home near Park, Walklkl.
Address R. S K Uulletln.
ROOM AND BOARD
'loom and board for J gentlemen nt
1)90 King St 3321 Hi)
U Thomas Square on Thursday last
a small package Owner ma) have
same u) proving properly and pa)
Inc for nd 3317 lw
1 hen the Doric comes Into port next
Monda) she will have two new officers
One of them Is Dr Georso M Terrell
who Is serving ns surgeon, utid the
otVi Is John Shearer the new chief
islowuid Dr Terrell served two )enrs
uu the Panama route of the Pacific
1 Mall flip HllprM. uhlln Mr Rtuinmt una
fonnvrl) on the excursion steamer
Spokane and more recently connected
with a San Francisco hotel
MONtY TO LEND.
On Jewelry and merchandise. The J.
Carlo Pawn Hotel and Union.
Estimates furnished on all kinds of
painting All work guaranteed
Cnos tiros.. Union abovo Hotol St
lo.. u. .... -. .. . i ..i,.
ri.". n h..i
Fine Cutlery. Rear Unloo QrllL
a i nrnnv n n c
BOSTON BUILDING, THIRD TLOOR,
A. R ROWAT, D. V. 8,
777 KING ST. TEL. BLUE 3101.
W. T. RAWLINS, ATTORNEY AND
Weekly Bulletin SI per year.
IS MAKING A WOOLEN TWO-PIECE
HOTEL opp. BISHOP STREET.
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LIHUE VALENTINE'S DAY.
I.lhue, Feb 20 The )oung ladles of
Llhuc gao a nlentlnc part) on the
evening of Tobrmry 18th. n week ago
lust Satuidn) night, at the home of
Miss Mumfurd nt Hnnamaulu
Invitations In the form of valentines
worn sent out on valentine day to the
Mnmg men In the burg, and Invited the
lucky ones In a bit of verse to fore
gather with the S P. C and C. C. S
at Ilanamiulu for n pedro party with
The S P C and C C S are secrt
societies composed of )oting ladles of
the town, anil the manner In which
their secrets are kept put other secret
Mcl'lles to shame
Saturday evening was a fine evening
Cor the cnlcrlilnmcnt, and a goodly
number gathered early and spent the
fur a part of the evening tr)lng to guess
the names of the secret societies, but
without nn success so the ladles said
Valentines were also discussed and
limits numbered In duplicate, wcie
distributed fur the choice of pedro
Pedro held the boards until about 11
o clock when store cards were turned
in to decide the winners Miss Initio
Jordan, who proved to havo the high-
est score, ruclvcd the Hrst Indies' prizo
iu the form of it beautiful souvculi
spoon Mr Wtllard became the reelp-
lent of a handsome scarf pin ns nn at-
knowlvdgment of his superlorlt) among
MIsb Elsie Wilcox received the ladles'
consolation prize a book of poems,
and Mr Sam Mnhelonn was consoled
with a book of toasts
Dalnt) rcfrishments wero nttcrwnrils
served nnd tho part) broke up tit mid-
nlght all present having had delight-
ful time nt the best valentine pirly
evei given In Llhuc
Those present wero Mr. and Mrs.
Sloggctt, Mrs Christ, Misses Mumfurd,
Jordan, ilnchelor, Htindle), Qulnn, Kl
sln Wilcox ami Messrs Crawford, Du
l.:ic Hchultz. Rohrlg, Mahelona, C.
Wilcox nnd Wlllnrd
Mr and Mrs William Morris Kin
aid announce tlv engagement of
their daughter. Anna Douglns. to
Arthur Harris Thompson of Minne
With the coming of Asn Wednesday k'" -Miss Margaret Hlgford.
nearly all thj social festivities will Among those present were Mrs U)ron
end, but Lenten teas, nnd Lenten sew- Hnlnl, .Mrs Charles Wilder Mrs Ullti-Ing-partles
are already being spokiu 'on Hutchins, Mrs Klamp. Mre Me
of The pretty gold thlrahle and the Clannhan. Mrs J It Slnttery nnd the
dalnt) bit of fane) work will play uu -Mlssca Kathleen Cnrtrlght, O'Meatu
Important part during the season ol end Hlgford Dainty refreshment
repiutniue. rvvcrc served mil a most agreeable at-
O.-iu fashluiublc )oung kcxlet) mut- ternoon spint Mrs Watson expects
rem was huird to say the other duy " mother Mib llrudlej.to visit hot
tlut she dldn t intend to tell u He unill , In the near futuio.
Lusttr and she has already been pui '
to tho tci.t with good r suit Of kiumo S'rs riu)or and her mother. Mrs
she meant only a little white Ho It.cw Mnllr. who weie guests at the Alex
lioulnu of Ixtters dated new-nil dan Bndnr Young hotel, departed on tho
neioiu sending, or somitliing trivial
like that but tho purpose Is u gooif
one uud wo shall all expect to tei
wlugs sproutlug from hei beautiful J hey are friends of Mrs Ho) Chum- together with the llowers, gave tho np
iliouldcra by Uaster-tWe hcrlaln und Mrs John McCaudless audi penrumo of a fete The Olmstead3
Tlio Oregon girls danced to- tbclr
hearts' eontcnl nt Um Aloxnn'irr
Youug uu the evening of the 2Cth Tin
bop was well attended by local society
and the visiting strangers, and It wus
u huge success lu every respect 'I he
girls from Oregon were daintily
urcsseu nuu attracted mueii attention
As the) were sclectcil for the trln on.
account of their popularlt) it was bull Globes as the) entcied The first 1 depart, next week Tilda) for the Coast,
niiiiiul that their magnetism showed'"1 u' J,rK- Charles Smith, und an were also being enteitnlned at dinner
Itself and it wus lor they were the,!"'""1 lc' tt,is "10 consolation prize, Mrs Dmlgo has been very much ad
belles of tuu ball Their chnpcioue, BU ''5 ilrK Rynu of Chicago Imlied, with her bluo e)es nnd while
.Mrs uiizauctti Toiler WeUerred, a
Inn mini; and clever woman, kieps.
them well lu hand and sees that they
do not tutr) In tho moonlight or east
glumes at the )uung men J n fact
at Hulelwa the girls weie tnado to Una
UU like a military school U-fore taking
iliilr iihues ut the table Hut it is till
done In such n pleisaut way that I
um Mire the girls do not mind, and
then they lire having a glorlotiB tlnu
and evcrybod) Is glad they ure hen
anil hope the) will euu.e uguln ou their
The Musical Club met with Mrs.
Trunk Athcrlou last week and the fol
lowing delightful program wns rend-
MuzurUas Op 0, No. 2 Op 24. No
3, On, 7. No 1 Mrs Athcrlou
Preludes Nos 7, b, 6 Mrs .Merrill
Polish Songs Miss von Holt
Noiiurnc Op ii. No 1 Miss lliown
Polonaise Op 25. No 2 Mrs von Holt
Preludes Nos 20 und ID Mrs Met rill
oong 'A Maiden's Wish". .Mis Scott
Wollz-Op 12. Miss Hi own
On Wings of Song Mendelssohn .
A very protty little luncheon was
given by Mrs Rudolph Slattery at the
Alexander Young hotel on Monda)
I lie table looked most attractive with
Its decoration of white dalslts mid
maidenhair ferns Among thoso pres
tut weio Mrs Lena Slattery Mis Cot
er Mid Cllie Davies Mrs Humphrey
Miss liumphre) Mis McCnudlcsa
Mrh Tenney I'eik nnd mother, Mik
MetTauahun and Mrs Watson
A charming bridge part) was glvtn
by Mrs Puller wife of Major Tuller,
bt the Royal Hawaiian Annex on Wed-
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t bctdnv nfternonn The Fullers are oc
cunslUK the artistic red cottage and the'
guests thoroughly appreciated the cool
breezes which swept the Iannis on
Wcdnesda) nflcrnoon The first prize
a clolssonnc vase was won by Mrs
Hannah and the consolation prize
went to Mrs Schoeffel It was a cor-
sage of Russian violets Among those
present were Mrs Van Vllct, Mrs
Schoeffel, Mrs Ingram, Mrs IJakor,
Mrs Schumnn, Mrs Cooper, Mrs. Han
nnh Mrs I.)on, Mrs Cushmnn, Mre
Hngncr, Mrs Rosslter, Mrs Monties,
Mrs Porteous, Mm Rcldford Mrs Car
ter, Mrs Mn)s, Miss nrlan Mrs Cone),
Mrs. Hoffman, Mrs Ray Mrs Hum-
pbre). Miss Humphrey Mrs Oartley,
i Mrs make and the Misses make.
Mrs W W To) lor, who Is a gue.it
at th Moana hotel from Chicago, has
gone to the volcano to remain a week.
She Is tho wife of the noted coal king
nnd enme to Honolulu with letters of
introduction from Mrs Allen, who
was a guest In Honolulu about two
Tho noted Russian artist, Mile.
Khioostcheff gavo Honolulu music lov-
ers nn artistic treat nt Punahou hall,
Oaliu College, on Tuesday evening. She
pln)cd one of Padercwskl's most dif-
hcult selections with the enso nnd
techniques of tho born nrtlst Sbo wan
encored again and again nnd nt tho
close- of the concert wns given n grand
ovation It was a pleasure to watch
her for she had no mannerisms but ut-
lacked the kc)s with the slmplicil) Jt
tho great artist She was assisted by
( Mrs W L. Whittle). .Mr 11 L Marx,
the new president of the S) iplion,
club and Dr C Ramus most artlstlcal-
I) and ncccptnuly Tlio Russian plan-
1st Is stopping nt the Alexander Young
The pretty little cottage of tho CU
wnrd Watsons on Vineyard street waa
the scene of nil enjojablo brldgo party
on Tucsdny ufternoon for Mis. Wat
son entertained In honor of Mrs Lena
Slatter). the mother of Lieutenant I
Slattcry The drawing loom was dccl
orated with cut flowers and looked cool
and Inviting The first prize, u Ho-
ncmian glass uon-liou dlsli, was won
by Miss Kathleen Cartw right, and tlM
consolation prize, n brass tea cuddy.
"'" " miwmra e-aiiiuniiu. wiiern
lllcy Intend spending n mouth or two
.before going on to their home In Iowa
navo ueeu mueii cntertulmra
Uu,r 48" lu llo"olulu.
One of tlio rctttcst card parties nf
the week was given!)) Mrs Wallace
Harrington at her home 911 Annpuul
street on Wednesday The game was
rive Hundred, nn agreeable clianr
from the omulprcscnt bridge Huen
guest was presented with a corsage of
On Mondnj evening Mr nnd Mrs
It do II l.ajard gavo n most ugiee-
able dinner for Dr und Mrs T II
llumphrls, Mr und Mrs Clifford
bull Mlsg Park. Miss Illgfoid nnd Mr
uimiend themselves by bildge
Miss Nunnlo Winston who Iiiib been
so BCrluinU) III u her home in Vir
ginia arrived on the ilauiJi and will
be n guest nt tho Moana hotel for mini)
mouths Ikr fi lends were dollghled
to mo hciu In such good health nnd
spirits She Is 11 great favorite soclallr
At tho Governor's Inaugural ball given
in Virginia previous to hei depiiiture
for Honolulu she was one of the belles
of tho occasion.
The Oregon girls with their chupcr
one. Mis 1: T Wo.itherred, have gone
to tho volcano foi n week, tho parly
being petsonally conducted by Ml J
Mr und Mrs Harry Hates (nee Mcr
till) ure guests at the Young hotel
Mrs Rates Is a beauty and one of the
fashionable Bocjety women of Sun
Tianclsco Hive has hosts of friends
In Honolulu and is being greatl) entei
Miss Kathleen Cnrtwilght expects to
sill for New Zealand nnd Australia
on the Ventura on the Hth of this
niouih to visit friends and will prob
abl) go on to Cxglund and Tiance be
fore, reluming to Honoirflu
Mr nnd Mre Offloy Cfowe-Heail sail
lor the Orient this week Mrs Crewn
Rcad lias been too much of an Invalid
to participate to a great extent In the
gaieties of Honolulu, but thoso who
- Tr-,-, iiiiiiTfiiriiTiifiimiiiiLi.'TjiiHn
For catlnfc, drinking, ond cooking
Pure, Delicious, Nutritious
Breilfoit Cocoi, 1-2 lb. tint
BiVttsChocoUte(untwettenI), 1-2 Ib.ctlet
Germin Swett Chocolate, 14 lb. caVet
Tor 5tia by Leading Grocers
WALTER BAKER & CO. Lid
DORCHESTER, MASS., U.S. A.
45 IIICIIUT AUAKD5 IN tLROPE
knew her declared her charming Mr
Crcwe-Rcad wis a magnificent prlcltil
pla)cr nnd will bo vcr) much missed
by the locnl team.
Mrs Ilnrr) Lewis and Donald, her
son, returned from Australia last week
Mid Mr and Mrs Lewis are domiciled
at tho Kunst place nt Walklkl
Mr P A Ha)s is taking a business
trip to the Coast this week.
Mr and Mrs Ilenrv C Drown of the
V W and Y M C A Inve given up
the work which tbey have so faith
fully attended to for several ) ears and
jnvo gone Into small farming nt Wa-
hlawa Mrs Drowns health has been
bad for sevcrjl months nnd Hint Is one
of the reasons of the change Doth Ml
and Mis. Drown will be greatly missed
nnd grcnt success Is wished for them
b) all theti friends
Tho Trench class met with Mm
Uanney Scott on Thursday evening
Mr and Mrs R X Paton wcie tho
host and hostess of n delightful dinner
ut the Moana hotel on rrlda) evenln
Tho table wis uitlstlcull) decoded
wiiu u large ecnierpicco oi rcu cama
lions and nuilden-hiilr ferns Piescnt
were Captulu and Mrs Nlblack. .Mr
nnd Mis Rn)inond D U l.'ijard. Mr
uud Mrs Uerrltt P Wilder Mis Mar
garet Hlgford, Mrr Jamleson, Mi.
Walter Dillingham and Dil lost
Tho officers of tho cubic ship Restor
es have cards out tor a dance on Sat
urday evening March lu"' '" honor
of Mrs Combe wife of the popular
Captulu Ilasll Combe
Wcdnesda) evening was a gala night
at the Moulin hotel The dining loom
looked like a garden for each table
was u bed or llowers Nearly every
guest In tho hotel was entertaining and
ibechaiiulng toilettes of the fair Kiicsts
were entertaining lu honor of Rear Ad
nilral and Mrs L)oa. who are deluged
with more Invitations than they can
accept. The C. W. C Decrltigs had
I'n) master nnd Mrs Hugner and Mrs.
Rn) at their table. The Humphrls.
the (irtnuaums, Mc John II lilies, and
ninny others weie giving small dinner
parties. Mrs, Arthur R. Dodge and
Miss llarnes of New York City who
unir anil sman uri&sing iie repre-
l'"1" he t)pkal New Yoik society
woman Miss Hnrnea also has been
IU1 populni The Mourn hotel Is al-
Klm-!,u" u noilto lesott for strangers.
One of the most attraetlvo lunches,
of. the week was glveu by Miss Walki
nt hei homo 011 Nuiiumi avenue ou Sat
urday last in honor of Miss Ucnevlevo
Rlx of San Tiauclseo Tho table was
fcxrmlsltcl) decorated with Amnrlcun
licniit) roses uud tiny funs of La
Trance loses weie given ns souvenirs
Miss Rlx, the guest of bonoi is a veiy
pretty glil and makes an attractive ad
dition to the jammer society set. bho
Is at prcstnt a guest at the Hawaiian
hotel Among those present at the
l.mcheon were Mrs Oerrlt Wilder.
Mrs Itlchiuil hem, Mrs Percy Ilcn
son, Mrs Joint S Wulkci, Mrs Ta)
lor ot Chicago, Mrs Schultz of Ne-
York, Misses Mniion Scott Lucllo
Dunham and Helen Kitchen
Mis Armln Hnneberg gavo n bridge
nnd pedio paity nt tier pretty apart
ments at tho Hawaiian hotel on Mon
day afternoon In honor of Mrs. Amweg
of San Tranclceo, Delicious refresh
ments were served and u general good
time eno)ed Mrs Amweg sailed foi
San Krone 1st o on Trlday.
Miss Neumann of Nuuanu avenue
gavo a poi luncheon in honor of Mijj
Lucille Dunham on Tiiesda) The
tahlo was artistically arranged with
red carnations and ferns and nil the
delicacies pertaining to a pol luncheon
wee seived In n most delicate uiaunei
Dimboo plate cards undo n dalnt)
Among those present besides
the guest of honor, Miss Dunham, were
Mrs, Rodlck, und the Misses Cordie
SWi tfa all taiift-artV flatto
Walker, Helen Alexander, Elslo Wat
crhouse, Nora Sturgeon, Alice Jones,
Alice Mncfarlanc, Helen Kimball, May
Schweitzer and tho Misses Ward.
.Mrs S O Wilder Is leaving on tho
'th of April for an extensive Kuropeaii
trip She will be the guest of her sis
ter Mrs tllbbons, while In England.
' Mrs George Kimball nnd Miss Helen
1 Kimball arc booked to depart on the
steamer leaving the 7th of April for
tbclr home In lloston, Mass, Doth Mrs.
Kimball and Miss Kimball will be
greatly missed, for they have made a
host nt devoted friends during their
sojourn in tho Islands
MUs IrmgarJ Schacfer departed for
Lawrcncevllle Now Jersey, on the Ko
rea In order to be with her brother,
who liai been so scrlousl) III
Admiral and Mrs L)on are enter
I talnlng a large party on board tho Iro
quois todu) The) started nt 11
'o'clock from the naval station. Lunch
'Was served on board during tho crittsa
to Pearl Harbor, nnd the) will prob-
amy return to town nnotit 1 o clock
Mr. and Mrs Oerrltt Wilder cnter
taluoil at dinner In honor of Mr and
Mrs. Jjrue Wilder last week Among
, those present were Captain nnd Mrs
Nlblack, Mrand Mrs. Henry Macfar-
lauo, Mr Sldne) Dallou and Dr Yost,
U, a. A
Mr and Mrs Cllve Davies gavo a
dinner at Cralgsldo on Monda) even
log (nr Captain and Mrs Nlblack, Mr.
and Mrs Oerrlt Wilder, Miss Edith
Mlit nnd Captain Pond,
A m04t unique and delightful supper
was given by Captain and Mrs. Nl
black In honor of Rear Admiral and
I Mrs. Ljon The supper was served In
In tent in the garden, which was decor
ated with Hags In the center of the
table w.14 .1 large mirror bordered with
sinllnx On the mirror wus a minln-
turn fleet the largest ship being the
Olegun The tible was decorated with
slrjpi of red and blue ribbon Inter
laced w'lh do'ted silver stars Tho
tavorr. weie blue admiral Hags orna
mented with two silver stars. It wm
onn of the must delightful suppers of
tho gcaion the decorations being not
onl) unique but most artistic Those
prestnt beildes the guests ot honor
weie i.ft and Mrs Trancls Swiuiz). Mr.
and i.',r t.cirlt Wilder, Mr und Mis
it. J U l.aanl, Mr and Mrs N 11
Paton Mr and Mrs Richard Ivcrs,
Mr und Mis James Wilder und Mr
nnd In Peir of New York
Mr an I Mr Onrrlt Wilder enter
talnod at dinner on Moudn) night in
honor of Ml Lucille Dunham of Oak
Mr A Lewis gave a dinner ut the
Monii on Monda) evening The table
wai profusely decorated with violets
lira C D Tenuey give a dimming
pli uk luncheon at Wjllole. Kallhl vnl
lej, on Sunda) In honor of Mm. C
Wil'cr ajhult Those present wero
Mr and Mrs Hell. Mr Dell, Sr , Mrs.
Tiylor of rhlcago, Mr und Mrs Pcrc)
lli-nwn Mrs George Herbert Mrsr
S O Wilder Mrs Helen Noonan,
ft'KMa Helen Kitchen Walker, Dun
bam .in I llhemlun Tennej Messrs
II Walker, S Wulker. Trunk Arm
itiung Robert Atkinson,' Walter Bil
ling!! 1 n IS Dillingham and W. Roth
MIh. ..dan Kitchen gave n dinner
lot !i uud Mi 3 Hell Uit Suturdu)
ID, Arthur Dodge was the hostesi
of .1 jiretl) luncheon, ut the Ak'.uudu
oung hotel un Thurudu)
Anions thoic- who departed this vverk
tor the coist wem Mr. und Mis Hell
and Mr Hell, Sr., charming people
Mr T H Humphrls J P , so well
known In Honolulu, and tho father of
the doctor, U making a trip through
Northern Hall which will occupy sev
tlr aud Mrs Rawuond do II I.O) ard.
entertained at dinner on Trlday even
ing for Admiral and Mrs L)ou, Cap
tain ,iuj Mrs Nlblack. Mr. und Mrs.
Cllve Davies, Ml and Mrs. 11. N. Patou,
wiiM cv.B.oru nuu mv. ouc'iue-iu i.iu.e
, ., 1 . 1 1 .
Tho hkatlng rink which opens to-
nli.lit will bo 11 new dopaituro vcr)
much lu favor The piomuters uie
tlio he-it known )oiiug men lu towu
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The following Is takm fiom tho Snu
Tiamltto C'hronlck) "Tho Secrntaiy
of tin ltea9Ui) bus instructed Cuh-
lomn Cillectoi Sliattun to enfoiie
ilgidly the legulatlons loiueinliig tho
hoalth comfort und safet) of passcn
Kern on pabueugei vessels These leg
ul ilium require iiiuung othei things,
that thoro shill be 100 cubic feot ot
air up ico foi (ftU pashengci lu the
Moeplng upartmeuts nnd Ahat there
uhull not lm mote than three tiers
of hoitlis In any deiiurtment Tho Col
leetui Ua been Instructed further tu
tepurt all cases of non.eomplliiiue with
tho regulations to tho department and
to make complaint of such before the
United btites Dlstilct Attotne) foi the
lollmtlon of the heavy flues Imposed
by tho 31 utile- It Is believed that Hag
rant tiolutlons of the legulatlons have
been (tiaumrcd ut otliei ports of lb"
lulled Stales uud tint tne otder n
cohed yeoterda) b) Collector Strntton
Ih nierel) precautlonnr)."
Promo Film Cameras aro dayllgbl
loullng for use with the Piemo Tllm
Pick which couslsts of twelve Hat cut
film 1 cmlosod In 11 light-proof papci
(.11,0 the 1 utile pack being smaller
in clze and of less weight than nn
ordinary plate-holder uud eontnlnliu
muiorni foi twelve negatives Inrtcad
of two Altai bed to each Mini Is ti
paper til) tho em' of wliltli Is mini-1
bored thus showing the operator lust
Which film Ih In nusltlan foi exnnmnp 1
Tho method nf maltlne- emnanno u
strikingly simple Honolulu Photo
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e-ramps, Backache, Nervoua eri
Sick Headache, Poor Appetite, Cos-
tiveness or General Weakness
needs the Dlttcrs to make her well
ngaln. It has cured thousandu In
tho past 50 years. In caaca of In
digestion, Dyspepsia or Malaria, It
stands first. Try a bottle.
First Methodist Episcopal Church,
located on corner of Ileretanla and
Miller streets. John W. Wadman. pas.
lor. Tomorrow, services as follows:
V a. m , Junior League; 10 a. m , Sun
day school and adult Hlblc classes; 11
n. m , public worship; baptism of In
fants; reception of new members;
Lords supper; brief address by tho
pastor; 6.30 Epworth League, John
W. Newberry In charge; 7:30, Pastor
Wndman preaches, subject "The Man
I Might Have lleen"
Miss Marlon has charge of tho cholf
nnd will sing appropriate solors Tho
Hawaiian quartet of )oung men will
also bo present at both services not
only to reinforce tho choir but sing
their own selections. All are Invited
to tl 00 services Seats free- Atten
tive ushers at tho door.
NO CHINE8E DANGER.
Washington Teh 17 "There Is 00
danger whatever of nn upilslng In
China against foreigners, ' said Sir
Chentiiug Liang Chang, the Chiniio
Minister 'It Is true, of course that
there Is political agitation In China,
but its object Is to creato such excite
tueut as to causo Internal complica
tions with the view of crippling. If not
wholly ilcbtro) Ing, the picsent d)nnsty.
M) government Is nmpl) prepared to
meet nn) emergency I do not mean
that China Is threatened with n rovo.
lutlon, but that u small party of dis
contents Is striving despcratel) ti
start n revolution Hut tho movement
will not be strong or dangerous
The Catholic Church of St. John the
DaptUt. Kallhlwacna, In charge of
Rev. Tathcr Clement. Tomorrow,
March 4th, flrt Sunday of Lent, 8.30
a iu., high muss, sermon, collection,
Sunday school I p m , Rosar)
The Catholic Church of Our Lady
of the Mount, Kalulanl (Kullhl-ukaj. In
charge of Rev father Clement To
moirovv, Match tth, first Sunday of
Lent, 11a m , mass, sermon, .collec
tion, stations of the cross
THE SALVATION ARMY.
Meetings every night except Mon
day In the ball, corner King nnd Nuu
anu stiecls, commencing at 8 o'clock.
Sunday services. Holiness meeting at
10.30 a. m. Ulhlo class at 3 p m Y
P. I. meeting nt 6 p. in und Salvation
meeting at S p in Adjutant and Mrs
llnmberr) and Captain Shlpp arc In
charge. Ever) body Is cordially In.
CENTRAL UNION CHURCH.
The pastor, the Rev. Wm M. Kin
cold, D. D. will preach In tho mornlne
on "Tho Eternal Oodi Man's Unfailing
ueiugo ana support."
In the evening tho Rov. Samuel R.
Forbes of Hartford, Conn,, will preach
on "Jesus In tho Home,"
ChrUtall churth corncr A,nkcn anU
Kln'! streta All tho regulnr service!
tomorrow. Jun. C. B. 9 a m. Sen.
c E. 6.30 p.m.; Dlblo school, 0-30 n
, , p.cchlug 11 iv, m and 7 30 u 111.
Morning suhlect. "Tho Mission Field
Evening subject. "In Your Ooi
Supply Hrothcrly I.ove. You nr
dlallv Invited in nn nmi nil of
nny nnd all of theso
fcrrvlccs. Q. D Edwards, pastor.
Sacramento . Teh 18 During the
six months ending January 1, 1 90..
there weio granted In the Stuto of
California 12CC decrees of divorce
Every county in tho Stute with tho
exception of Alpine. Olcnn, Mono, Mo
doe und Colusa, contributed to the mut
rlmonlnl clearing-house, the divorce
court San Tianclsco furnUhed the
largest number of unhappy couples,
17B, or moro than one-third of the to
tal number of decrees Issued In tho
State. Los Angclos Is next on the
list with 220
E8TABLI8HED IN 1868.
Bishop & Co.
Commercial and Tiavelera'
Letters of Credit Issued on
the Bank of California and N.
M. Rothschilds i. Sons, Lon
don. Correspondents tor the
American Express Company,
and Thos Cook & Son,
Interest allowed on term
and Savings Bank Deposits,
11 1 frt iifrit tMt,