EHE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER: HONOLULU,
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A Trade Introduction:--
- Mr. Ripsaw, cordially: Dr. FII-, shake
hands with my dear friend, Mr. Handsaw, who is feeling a tril-e
dull. You made such a good job of my teeth that I thought I
would bring him up to have his lixed.
The teeth on the saws we sell do not need attention for some
time after you get them; they are ail sharpened and set.
Everything in this line from the small Panel Saws to the
big two Man Wood Saws, at
E. O. HALL & SON, Ld.
WHOOPINQ COUGH, CROLV
ASTHMA. CATARRH, COLl)
CRESOLENE being- administered by inhal? ticn
ives the saf&t and most effectual means of treat
lnt the throat and bronchial tubes. Its efficiency
Whooping Cough anaOroap i wonderful. Its anti
septic virtues render it invaluable in contagion
diseases, as Diphtheria, Scarlet Fever, etc. re.
criptive booklet with testimonials free. Sold fc
KOLLISTER DRUG CO.. Honolulu, H. I., Agents.
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The above Lots will be Sold on
VERY EASY TERMS.
Apply to J. J. EGAN.
Noto tho size of those Lots. Very healthy location;
Fine view of the Ocean.
if 5 q q
Only $1400. 1-4 Cash. Balance in 1, 2 and 3 years at 7 per
cent. These lots are sure to advance in price. Apply to
L. C. ABLES,
Seal Estate and Financial
SIS Fort Stmt.
Steady Social Whirl
LITTLE ONE HAD AN
Christmas Feasts and Trees Dln
ners. Receptions and Dances.
tea iinnl tno short twilight rcmiiiJcJ
uu in that thy h:itl nm brought lights
far th.ir carriae.. and su a:i r.vuir.
uul i. ji .i.j.f ij. tor on.1 i s not i:u
ailieu to a ph-asant memory.
Ahr! the wvok ot-.s gaily on. A
dinner sivoa !y Mr. an-1 Mr. Miti-heil
that sanif night hurrif.l a-.vay a few of
tho-- who W'.'i e at the ;p,i, and 'the
parties arrant! to ?ee th- Xe Year
in ami the M year out have been
mounting- up to legion, among the larg
est In-ing one at Mr.. Kecked.
v .11 istnia? vverK. is go;nc. nut us
memory will live, for There has been
many a ho.t ami hostess who has
hrlp-j Honolulu to a realization of the
Vul-ti.le season, in spite of its halmv
brec-zes. ami soft, tropical air.
1 ruiy aas i ior..-iv.:!i Ilvei?
-t t ui istmas play, an
Vvv !ir:st:nas conu-s but om-e a
ackfeld & Co.. Ltd
Complete Assortment of Dry Goods,
French, German, English and American.
' Honolulu aas oern ( ir;sunas uke m
ctieer. eooti win anu gait tv. 11 it :ia;
not m atmospnere. 1 her-? were .nst
mas trees u; the valley, Chri-tma:
iv-es on tne Plains. Cliristmas trees at
he beach, Christmas from one mil o
the Islands to the other, not to speaK
oi in iNC-tween. it was no wonuer tnat
imoorted trees cave out. and tnat our
old friend, the algeroba, was at last
robbed of his branches and, instead of
lis usual summer aspect, was convert
ed into winter with spangles, and
candles, and tinsel, and non-torn in
tact dressing straight from anta Clans.
The Christmas tree party given by
Miss Harriet and Master Gilchrist
Hatch to thirty of their little friends.
was one of the largest. After a delic
ious supper on the lanai at 5 o'clock
the tree as lit up inside the house
and th? children nocked in. It is not
necessary to add that the evening was
an enjoyable one. as the society art
icles do about grown up parties.
Christmas evening there was a dinner
for sixteen and a dance after for fifty
or sixty guests, at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Harold M. Sewall, at Waikiki.
This dance saw Christmas day in, al
though the day was proportionately as
young as the hour when good-bye was
said, was wee and sma So everybody
Avas ready for stockings bright and
early the next morning, and Honolulu
had few empty ones.
Sunday night there were several din
ners; one at Mrs. Swanzy's for twenty,
another at Mrs. Haywood's, and several
besides. There was scarcely a strang
er in town who was allowed to eat tur
key and plum pudding alone.
Monday night there was a dance at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. May. Tues
day night Mr. and Mrs. Swanzy gave
a dinner for young people. Wednes
day night Dr. and Mrs. Cooper invited
about forty of their friends to a chowd
er supper up Tantalus. The moonlight
drive home afterwards was a feature of
the evening, for it was a perfect night.
Tantalus belied tradition ami every
body was surprised not to meet any
Perhaps the most charming enter
tainment of the week was Mrs. James
Castle's tea Thursday afternoon to
about a hundred of her friends. Each
of the other social gatherings had been
a pleasant anticipation and a fund of
agreeable reminiscences, but each had
been only to a comparative few. Mrs.
Castle's, being more general, was a
source of pleasure to several elements
and alike enjoyable to all.
A quaint, little Japanese maid led
the ladies, from the front of the house,
around the veranda to where it opened
into the large lanai at the back. Here
they came upon a gay and pretty scene.
The sunlight filtered softly through
bamboo curtains, hung to" form a
screen which shut off the dazzling light
of the sun shining on the ocean, but
through which the dancing waves and
vast stretch of rippling waters glim
mered faintly, with all the effect of the
fairy scenes at the theaters, where
transparent veilings heighten the
beauties that lie beyond. Magnificent
palms, their rich, green leaves reach
ing to the ceiling, further subdued the
glare from the sea, and formed an ef
fective background for the dainty table,
upon which were delicacies that would
have made even the most satiated so
ciety butteriiy wonuer airesn at tne ap
pellation "tea." An exquisite Japanese
silk table, cloth, with clover leaves and
chrysanthemums embroidered in deli
cate greens and pinks in a graceful
border above a tasselled fringe, a big
bowl of blush and nephetos. roses in
the center, ?ut glass bowls of ice cream
and strawberries, silver dishes full of
cakes and candies, the handsome tilver
coffee service, the fine glass ware and
piles of plates of choicest design, made
the table a delight to the eye.
Further over in one corner of the
lanai, was the quintette club, their
charming music lending animation to
the conversation and inspiration to its
pauses. Mrs. Castle was just inside the
enclosed lanai. which led from the open
one, and with her -was Mrs. F. M.
Hatch, who assisted her in receiving.
t the pretty tea table were Mrs. C. B.
v'ooper. anci .irs. iienry astie, wun
Mrs. Swanzy, Miss Nellie White, and
Miss Jessie Kaufman to assist in serv
ing the guests.
Sitting or standing in groups about
the lanai were, at one time Mrs. Hay
wood, Mrs. H. P. Carter, Mrs. Charles
Carter, Mrs. Du Roi, Mrs. Sewall, Mrs.
Alexander, Mrs. Mitchell, Miss Judd,
Mrs. Atherton. Mrs. Stoekbridge. Mrs.
Cilman, Mrs. Clive Davies. Mrs. C. C.
Damon, Mrs. S. M.Damon, Mi's. Schaef
fer, Mrs. Kenjes, Mrs. Focke, Mrs. Em
ily Judd, Mrs. Boyd. Mrs. Henry Coop
er, Mrs. Fuller, Mrs. Scott,-Mrs. Von
Holt. Mrs. Thurston, Mrs. George Car
ter, Mrs. McGrew. Mrs. Andrews, Mrs.
Hopper, Mrs. Coleman: others who
were arriving exclaimed at the delic
ious effect of tle light gowns, the gay
hats, the palms, the sweet scent of the
flowers, the faint murmur of the sea,
the cool breeze stirring gently, the soft
footed attendants passing about with
their dainty trays, the tempered light,
the music of "the boys," whose sweet
voices rose and sank to the accompa
niment of their tinkling instruments,
and beyond, the sea, the sky, and
The guests lingered at Mrs. Castle's
IN WA1ALUA CAM:
Hinding Terms of an Amen
An amended order injunction was
tiled yesterday in the suit of James
A. Hopper, e: a!., vs. The Vaiahia
Agricultural Company. Limited, et al.
'"juin.-iiuu ij moumeci so as to
read as follows: You the said "The
Waiaiua Agricultural Company, Lim
ited,'' and your officers, directors, and
duly authorized agents, are hereby re
strained, prohibited and enjoined from
..--omijt-,, iiuiiru-niiij; or (leiivering. to
any person or persons, other than
James A. Hopper. J. A. McCandless,
and McCandless Brothers, any of the
shares of stoek of the said "Tlie Waia
iua Agricultural Company, Limited."
exceeding in amount and number, the
shares therein authorized to be issued
namely: Subscribed shares of stock
in the said "The Waiaiua Agricultural
Company. Limited." may only be is
sued ;o the number of ,"51.950 shares
ot the par value of S3.10.1.000. levins-
unissued 3,050 subscribed shares of
said capital stock of the par value of
$305,000. Provided, that the said 3,-
050 subscribed shares remaining unis
sued, and subject to the said injunc
tion order of this court, be such shares
as were subscribed tor. and which the
subscription and other books of said
company, show not to have been cred-
ted with the payment of the first asses-
ment of the 10 per cent of said stock.
Or. if the said books show, that all of
the subscribed shares of stock of "The
Waiaiua Agricultural Company, Limit
ed," has been credited with the pay
ment of said first assessment of the 10
per cent, or that there are not a suf
ficient number of shares, shown to be
uncredited, as aforesaid, to make up
the full number of 3,030 shares; then
the subscribed shares, to remain sub
ject to said injunction order, or so
many thereof as shall be necessary, to
make up the full number of said 3.050
shares, shall be subscribed shares upon
which said first assessment of ten per
cent, was paid by the several subscrib
ers thereto, conditionally, and subse
quent to November 14, 1898, if such
The injunction is signed by A. Perry,
Judge Circuit Court.
WHAT CUBA'S LOSS
The loss of Cuba means to Spain the
loi. of tho very sustenanc ot tho na
tion. Already her tax-ridden people
are crying for bread. In the same way
the loss of your once vigorous appe
tite means poverty and starvation to
yotir body. If any reader of this pa
per wishes to be as hungry again as
when a child, and wants to fully enjoy
hearty meals, drink Seattle beer. It
cures indigestion and dyspepsia. On
tap or in bottles at the Criterion.
Honolulu Messenger Service deliver
messages and packages. Tel. 378.
THE GRANVILLE SCHOOL.
Vancouver, B. C.
Boarding and Day School for Girls.
Course of Studies: English, Math
ematics, Music (vocal and instrument
al), Drawing and Painting, French
German, Latin, Dancing, etc.
For prospectus apply to
Principal to the above.
What better and more useful
present can be given to gentlemen
Just jeceived a larce
mentof BOYS' CLOTHING.
I. 0. 0. F. Building,
Fort St., above Kin? St
A FINE SELECTION OF
Goods, Zephyrs, Etc.
In the Latest Styles.
Tailors' Goods, A Full Assortment.
Silesia?, Sleeve Linings, Stiff Linen, Italian Cloth, Moleskins, Meitonp,
Serge, Kammgarns, Etc.
A LARGE VARIETY OF SADDLES.
AND SADDLE MAKERS' TRIMMINGS.
peen Graies. Liquors, Beers onfl Mineral Mm.
SHIP CHANDLERY. ...
ANHAUSER-BUSCH BREWING ASS'N.
CLEVELAND BROS.' BAKING POWDER,
ARMOUR PACKING COMPANY.
R. G. A. PETERSON,
Stocks and Bonds,
Real Estate and Custom House.
Loans Placed and Negotiated,
Notary PnWic and General Comi
buy and sell any Hawaiian Securities in the
P. 0. Box 365.
15 Kaahutnanu Street.
HAWAIIAN TRADING CO
Wholesale General Merchandise, Co
Office: Love Building, Fort Street.
California Packing Company.
HELVETIA MILK CONDENSING COMPANY.
HIGHLAND AND PET BRANDS OP EVAPORATED CREAM.
Standard Biscuit Company.
THE ANNEXATION BISCUIT
AND HERMETICALLY SEALED
FRANCISCO ELECTRIC CO.
SHELBY INCANDESCENT LAMPS.
VITAX DRY BATTERY CO.
.... OF SAN FRANCISCO.
CYCLOPS ICE AND REFRIGERATING
GOLDEN GATE GASOLINE ENGINES.
FRASIER'S HARNESS AND HOOP OILS.
AIDION ANTIFRICTION METAL.
.... HAS NO SUPERIOR.
PARTRIDGE CO. ILLUMINATING AND LUBRICATING OILS AND COMPOUNDS.
FOR THE HOLIDAYS.
TABLE CLOTHS. DOYLIES. BUREAU COVERS,
Ladies' and Gents' Handkerchiefs,
Show rooms (upstairs) now open to the public.
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