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THtt WEEKLY HILO TRIBUNE, HILO, HAWAII, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY a6, 1904.
V. M. I. UANtJUKT.
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and is 150 feet deep.
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THEN INQUIRE AT
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C. M. eOOKI?, President.
I-:. F. 11ISHOP, Treasurer.
G. II. KOHKKTSON, Auditor
K. I). TF.NNP.V, Vice-President. .
J. WATF.RHOUSF,, Secretary.
W. M. ALUXANDKR, C. II. ATIIRRTON
Wnshliieton's lllrtlulny Ulncrved In
Speech and Sonir.
The banquet given last Monday
evening, at Demosthenes by Fran
cis Counciir 573 of the Young
Mens' Institute, in honor of the
twenty-first anniversary of the
founding of the order, was a brilli
The banqueting hall was beauti
fully decorated in patriotic colors.
A large picture of Washington
graced one wall, while elsewhere,
set off among drappery, the charter
of the Council and an excellent
likeness ol Supreme President 'F. J.
Kierce, who visited Hilo a short
while ago, were conspicuous. The
table had been set in the shape of
a huge I, signifying the never dy
ing love of God and man. Lycur
gus' choicest viands and salads
graced the festive board and atten
tive waiters poured forth into ever
emptying glasses the rich mellow
product of French and California!!
The banquet began at 8 p. m.
and it was 1 a. m. Tuesday morn
ing before one of the best and jol
licst gatherings ever seen in a ban
quet hall had dispersed. Mr. M. J.
de Gouvea, President of Francis
Council 573, and toastmastcr of the
evening, called upon the Council's
chaplain, Rev. Father Adrian, who
said grace. Interspersed and- at
every convenient occassion on the
evening program Toast Master
Gouvea called upon the various
gentlemen indicated to respond to
Rev. Father Oliver, in a very
able and eloquent manner, read a
paper bearing 011 Y. M. I. Day and
eulogizing the memory of George
spouded to by Mr. Florentiu Sduza
in a manner which showed Chat
that gentleman had been following
Roosevelt's entry into public life
for many a year and therefore
knew whereof he spoke.
Mr. V. A. Carvalho, Principal of
the Honomu School, in a masterly
manner responding to "The Y. M.
I. Order" gave the uninitiated a
very fair insight into the objects
and aims of that institution.
G. F. Affouso, editor of Hilo's
Portuguese weekly, A VozPublica,
responded to "George Washington"
a character which he claimed ,had
been to him a -subject of hero-worship.
"The Supreme President of the
Y. M. I." was responded to by his
Hilo delegate, Deputy Supreme
President, M. de F. Spiuola, of the
First Bank of Hilo.
" Pro Deo, Pro Patria" for God
and for Country motto of the Y.
M. I. was responded to in a very
able manner by Rev. Father Adri
an. He said that a good and true
member of the Y. M. I. loved his
God and his country and that
country America for the Y. M. I.
is surely an American organization.
As was to be fully expected, the
"hit" of the evening was Hon. C.
M. LeHlond's masterly handling of
"Social Science" ill response to that
toast. It was demonstrated that it
was a case of "Ohio to the front
"Organizer of Y. M. I. in Hilo"
(Rev. Father Aloysius, now of Ko
hala) was responded to by M. S.
Dr Hayes on "Medical Science."
naturally felt at home. So did
Rev. Father Ulrich from Puna on
"The Puna Lva Beds," a subject
he never tires talking about. "Fra
ternity," responded to by Mr. A. C.
Rodrigues, though short, was sweet,
und for choiceness of thought and
expression was a real treat. Brother
Stacker of the Herald responded to
the toast, "The Press." "The
Portuguese in Hawaii" was re
sponded to in that language by Mr.
J. M. de Gouvea, Sr. "Man's Out
ward Appearance" formed Mr. J.
K. Koclia's response to a toast.
He being a tailor handled the mat
ter in broadcloth. Charles H.
Swain of Laupahoehoc and 12. S.
Capellas of Hnkulhu responded re
spectively to the toasts, "Damien
Council" of Honolulu and "Gul
stan Council" of Wailuku, Maui,
of which they ore members respec
tively. "Hawaii" was the burden
of P. A. Victor's very curt re
marks. Prof. Joitquim Carvalho's
toast happened to be "Music," and
he responded by taking the piano,
where he rendered "America," be
ing accompanied in voice by those
present. M. J. Gouvea closed the
remarks of the evening by drinking
to the health of the guests of the
Y. M. I.
After the closing invocation by
Rev. Father Adrain the gathering,
in the best of feeling and good fel
lowship, dispersed. At lsast seven-1
ty-five members and guests partook
of the 'very fine banquet. Before
the winding up of the affair G. F.
Affonso, Chief Ranger of Court
Manna Kca, No. 8854, A O. F.,
considering the large number of A
O. F. guests present, in the name
of the Forester brotherhood, thanked
Francis Council, its officers and
members, for the very kind invita
tion issued them and answered by
CONGRESS IS DK1FT1NU.
No Doubt or Hntillcatlou of I'nnunm
Washington, D. C, Jan. 28.
The present session of Congress has
been one of the most featureless for
many years. The program in the
Senate is one of drifting. Republi
cans aud Democrats are both anx
ious to make public speeches on the
Panama Canal and to allow them
opportunity the consideration of the
pending treaty in secret session is
being deferred. No one now ex
pects that the treaty will be ratified
much before the end of February,
perhaps not then. No doubt in the
world exists about the ratification
when once a vote is reached. Sen
ator Teller informed some of his
Republican colleagues yesterday
that there were fourteen Democratic
Senators who would certainly vote
for ratification and probably more.
For the present the canal treaty
and kindred matters are having the
right of way in the Senate. The
House is working along slowly with
appropriation bills, but there is no
haste. All idea of hurrying with
business and getting away from
Washington early has been aban
doned It is almost a certainty that
Congress cannot get away from
Washington till June 1 and more
likely not till June 15. The long
winded debates are chiefly for polit
cal effect, for both parties are
grooming for the Presidential canir
paign, preliminaries for which are
already in progress
Santo Domingo, February 18 A
United States warship has bom
barded the port of Pajarito. Ma
rines were lauded but subsequently
Washington, Feb. 17 Investiga
tion of the Western laud frauds re
suited today in the return of indict
ments by the Federal Grand Jury
against F. A. Hyde, J. A. Benson,
J. H. Schneider and H. P. Dimond.
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