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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLTJIVL, n. I., MARCH 1, 189.
i.LHtiiiT h LITTLE,
OTORREY ft! LAW
Attorn eys-at-L aw
13 Keahumanu Street
CHARLES F. PETERSON
Attorney at Law and
.70 HW L. KAULUKOU,
.A tt orney-at-Law
Bethel St., Honolulu.
V. U. Aunt. Knock Johnson.
01 II &. JOHNSON,
Atforuoys .and Oounsolors
onico No. 10 West King utreet.
Tolopnono 884. 1078
I M. BROOKS,
At trny-at - L.a.-v,
' Corner Fort nJ Hotel streets.
Over FalrchlM's Shoe Store.
HONOLULU, H. I.
M 0. Barney. Frederick W. Hankey.
BARNEY & HANKEY,
Vlll practice In alt the Hawaiian anJ United States
Rooms 11-12, PROGRESS BLOCK,
Cor. Tort and UeretanU treet. iti6
Will practice In al! tlte U. S PcJerat
and State Courts
Progress Block, cor. Derctanla ani Port streets.
uti t; Rooms ; and 6.
, T. McCANTS STEWART,
(Formerly o! the New York Bar),
Attorn 7 and Counsellor at Law
luf Fort St.
Honolulu, H. I.
Sueons and Physicians.
D'R WALTER HOFFMANN.
COUNBK BEUETANIA AND rUNCH.
Omeo Hours: 8'to 10 n. in.; 1 to 3
ii. in.; 7 lo 8 p. in. Sundays: 8 to 10
a. in. Tolepliotio 810. P. O. Box 601.
DR. A.N. SINOLAiR,
13 KINO ST., NEXT OPERA HOUSE.
Mourn : 9-10 a. in., 1-3 p. m., 7-8 p.m.
Sunday, 12-2 p. in.
Tnlophoiio 71L 1107-3ra
DR. C. L. GARVIN
CNlhs: 537 Kino Stuekt, near Punch
Inwl, Honolulu, II. I.
......TELEPHONE No. 448
Bonn: fl to 11 a. in.; 1 to 3 p.m.;
7 to 8 p. m.
A!akn,near Hotel street, (removed from
CORNER FOHT ANI) HOTEL ST8.,
Tklephoniw; Odlco, 015; Rosldence,
7iD. Ilutmi: 0 a. in. to 4 p. m.
A. C. WALL, D. D. S.,
Sew Love's Building, Fort Street i
DR. P. E. CLARK,
l'-l 4 Progrexi Block, oornor Dorotatita
and Fort Htronts. Honolulu.
DR. R. I. MOORE,
Mo. 2lf notel kreot; - Telephone 505.
HOURS:. I ii 12 a.m. aud I to i pan.
Beaver - Lunch
Hi J. NOLTE, Proprietor.
file Best Lunch in Town
Tea and Goffffeo
AT ALL nouiia.
THE FINEST BllMTDH OK
Cigars and Tobacco
UiWAYH ON tlAND.
Board, by the
:: Near the New Theater
Best Meals in the City !
Proparod ami sorvod by whlto em
ployed. Upon day and night.
C. T. QOW, Mnnagor.
Excelsior Dining Saloon
333 NUUANU ST.,
NEAR HOTEL ST.
CHAS. LIND, Prop'r.
First-class inouls, rnder tlio supervis
ion of a whlto man,isorveil from 5 a. in.
to8 p. in. MEALS TWENTY-FIVE Cts.
Postofflco Box 112.
H. MAY & CO
Wholesale and Retail Groceries.
616 & 517 Fort St., Honolulu
iVlfirihonflr 'i'A P.O. Box 470
108 KING STliEET.
G. J. Waller, : : Managed
Wholesale aoi Retail
BEST OF MEATS.
Families doslrlng tondor roasts,
juloy steaks and chops should
call 'on the
Central Meat Market
We make a specialty of family trade
" ahd" boIT the'- bost at reasonable
H. E, GARES, Proprietor.
LATEST STYLES JEWELRY
; By last steamer from the Coast.
THE REGULAR THING
At mytstoro; wbera the
8EST' CUSTOM WORK
Is iIoiik repairing and new work
ooth. Plhs,' rlRS, bracelet, watch'
H. G. BIART A04h Fort St
HONOLULU UNDERTAKING CO.
ED. A. WILLIAMS, F. D.,
Office and Parlors
614&.01GFortSt., near Jlotel.
POPULAR CRICKET PATRON
Farewell Address and Present to Com
missioner W. J. Kenny by Club.
Speech bj Judge Stanley In Presenting the
Memento Sociable Time at
Members of tho Honolulu
Cricket Olub to the number about
Gfty assembled at tho Arliutorj
hotel last night and proceeded in
n body to tho British Legation at
Palama. Commissioner V. J.
Kenny, who ia soon (o havo Ho
nnlulu, took a. strong iutorest in
the club whou ho camo hero, and
was olootod its patrou on the
earliest opportunity. Ho placod a
fine pitch at the disposal of the
players an ttltornnnn oaoh week
On ouch ocension thoso aiteuditiu
were regaled with a choice col a
tion upou tho grounds. .
Aftur Mr. Iinny bad oordially
vrelcoraed his visitors la-tt uiulit,
Juilge Stanley, prsiileut of ill"
club, a-Iced him to yivo hia atten
tion for a fow moments while
their errand was being explained.
Judge Stanley said he was thank
ful for til) honor of performing
it hat was one of the most pleasant
ceremonies a president of the
(trinket club had ever had to do.
They all felt that Mr. Kenny'
approaching departure ehonld not
be allowed to pass without some
notice. Tho British rcHidents
wore fortunate in having him an
thoir representative, but if British
erd o.ted him a debt
of graitudo tho urickoiora nwed
him a still greater mio. When
Mr. Kenny arrived thegimeof
cricket was beginning a now lease
of life, and liis In a-ty counton
auco iucrensed its (.trougib mliI
pretie. It was with feeliuja of
the groUont sorrow tha1 they onn
t.mplatoil bis parting from them.
In too name of the club ho would
say they wero sorry to Iohh him.
lhey hoped he would return, if
not to say permtiieutly, at loa-t
to pay them friondly viaiti. Ju lire
Stanley then read the following
adriret-s, signed, on behalf of th
elub, by V L. dtnnley, H. L.
Herbert, A St M. Mackintosh
and T G. Ball-niyue, committee:
Dear Mr. Kenky:
Great Britain has ever been
happy and foitunatojn the selec
tion of her repionentatives to Ha
waii. By a felicitous intention
tho choice of yourself "to till a
uap" haB emphasized tho fact.
Addrosaing you as personal
friouds, even if of but few brief
months' acquaintance, we may
only intrude so far upon tho dip
lomatic lino as to warmly appre
ciate the tactful discretion dis
played by you during a most deli
cito and most important era of
political chance iu wl.ioh indis
cretions would have been follies
woreo than crimes.
It is as members of tho Hoon
lulu Cricket Club, however, that
especially wo Rreot you today- In
tho one hand wo bring you deep
and sincere regret for your early
doparturo from our thorns, and in
to gladden your eyeB in foroicn
lands with the roileotion that your
kindly oourtonies and generous
hospitalities forceful advice and
personal exoriions have done so
much roinviiiorato tho manly sport
of cricket in the Hawaiian Isl
ands. May your penial brain nover be
"etumped" and your warm heart
nover "bowled out" and may you
ever "oarry your bat" with honor
uutil the wicket keeper shall some
day, in tbo course of human events,
take charge of you with "well play
ed inriing, old fellow," and baud
you over iu triumph to the Cap
tain of all. Aloha, aud never for
'- Tho address was neatly en
grossed by Viggo Jacnbsnn, the
pen artist. It was accompanied'
by the gift of a silver mounted
toilet set, the case aud the articles
inclosed being inscribod.with the
O'Brien crest an arm and hand
holding a dirk Mr. Kenny's
monogram and the' family motto
in Irish, "Lambh Laider Aboo"
Waning "tho strong right hand."
Mr.utenny replied In substauce
aa follows: Mr. Stanley and pon
tlemeu, I am quite unprepared,
overwhelmed, embarrassed at your
action .thisevoning. I am charm
ed with jonr present. I havo not
dnno anything for cricket, Tho
little I havo attempted has boen a
pleauro to mo. I hope tho crick
et elub will go on and prosper
When I caruo here it was in the
full tide of prosperity. You had
just had a season of twenty-two
mouths. Who ever beard of a
Heason of ciickot lasting so lonu
anywhqre else? You stopped
a while to givo football a
ehiuce, but as football failed to
materialize you weutvon playing
oiicket. If ever I come baok I
hope to see tho crickot club
flourishing. Wherever I may be
living, if it is within moderate
reach o Honolulu, 1 shall tiy to
obtain n challenge for tho Houo
Mr. Kenny went on to tell of tho
interpoit matches between Kobo,
Yokohama, Hongkong, Shanghai,
etc., saying that Honolulu being
only ten days from Japan might
bo included in tin list. Ho then
mailo An eainnst argument in be
half of the followers of different
athletic sportH iu Honolulu coin
limine to iM the care of the Ma-
kiki rearettiou grounds from the
loo. I uov..'inmeut upn condition
that would never piovout the freo
ilmn of the compauud to the pub
lic. What a great benefit that
would bo to tho community I
Several gamB could bo uoiug on
at once, and bicycle races held tbo
same time upon a ttack surrouud
ing tho grounds.
I would play bisoball as soon
as orieket, Mr. Kenny soid. If
they could uot get the Makiki
grouuilx, perhaps they ciuld pro
cure a lot elsewhere thouuh lots
were hard to get in Houoluln jut
now. H' gave a general idea of
how athletic associations east of
Suez -N-w South Wales being a
particular instance managed
Mich common recreation grounds.
Such oiganizatiou conduced to
the bonetit of athletics, which
wero u prime means of prom 'ting
health it. the tropica tbo con
dition of "iqub saun in corpora
ano." In c inclusion ho enid:
I really do uot k o v how to n-prei-s
myeelf iu thanks to y u for
the very kind way iu whieh yon
show tho appreciation of your
members. I admiro tho way in
.which you carry out cricket nnd
ffther athlotici here. Instead of
my having douo nnythiug, I
a-sure y u that the pb-usur and
tho bonetit has all heu
my own. It liaa In on a selBsb
ploat-ure. I very much appreciate
the way in which Mr. Stanley ha
upokon. Aud this aildre8 and the
delightful souvenir thit has ac
couip uieil it. In leaving the isl
r.uds I cannot hip expressing my
reuret at parting from my friend
There rousing cheers were given
for Mr. Kenny, followed by "He's
a j illy poo I fellow,"
Mr. Hewitt led off iu an im
promptu entertainment that
made the several hucceeding hours
tly fast. Ho gavp a rattling song,
and cam-1 agaiu lat-r. W. A
HoiibIihU, Dr. Humuhris, Fred
Harrisou and Viggo Jacohsf n con
tributed their voices in good style.
Then tho party adjourned to the
dining room, where afinocolla
tiou had beou spread by Mr.
Krouse of the Arlington and Mr.
Kenny's steward. Queeu Victo
ria's health was drunk and gr-el-
d with three gIihom, and Dr.
Murray, late' president and now
co-patron with Mr, Kiuny was
given a rousing toast.
After returning to the drawing
room Mr. Ballenty.no gve a re
citation, nnd Captain Herbert, L.
de L. Ward, P. Anderson, Frank
May aud the otuetssang. Mr.
Hall played the piano accompani
ments with great ncoeptat'ce.. It
waa nearly midnight when tho
parting camo with "Auld Lang
To Oar Castomrra.
Chamborlain's Cpiigh Remedy
is tbo best cough syiup wb have
ever used oureoives or in our
families. W H, King, Is'aao P.
King and many others in this
vicinity, have also pronounced it
tne nest. All wo want, is lor peo
ple to try it, and thoy will be con
vinced Upon honor, there is no
befer than wo havo ever tried,
and we have used many kiudp.
It. A. (Blake &,Son, GoueralMrr
chantB, Big Tunnel, Vp. Sold by
all' dealers. Benson, Smith &
Co., Ge'n.'Age'nts; . "
Eleal Estate Transadtionk
Bnbseribm"re,'fnruldhed wUh'lrom tlv't
":oi six 1UU per vk.. tiWinR 0 anenratt
.record ot alljdoeds.mortRaffes, leases, re
eases, powers ot attorney, eto'., etc., whlol
aw placed on record.
Subscription Price, 38.00 per Month,
A. V. GEAK,
Incorporated Under thbLawsI
op tub Hawaiian Republic.
OFFlCKltS AND DIKECTOU3:
Cuas. M. Cookk, ProAdont.
J. 1). ATJiEnTON, Vlco-l'rosldent
O. H. Cookk, Cashlor.
F C. Athkivton, Socrelary.
F. W. Macfartano,
E. D. Tonnoy,
J. A. McCandloss.
Solicits tho AccouniR of Firms, Cor
porations, TrustM, Individuals, and will
carefully and promptly attmicl to all
IhihIiioms connicled with bunking on
triix'ud to It. Soil and purcluHo Forolgn
KxchmiKH, lsuo LclterM of Credit.
SAVINGS DEPARTMENT !
Ordlimri and Torin Doirlts recolvod,
and tiitoronl allowed In accordance with
rules anil conillliiiiiM pi luted In Pans
iMHikH, oiplus of which may bo had ujon
Hatu (loimslt boxes routed by month
or yeir. 1045
Architects, Contractors and Builders.
U. U. HiAPliAGbiJN,
223 Merchant St,. Hcnalulu,
Hetweeu Fort aud Alakea,
TBt.Ki'HQNB i : : 734
OF Al L KINDS.
Dciilors in Linn bur and Goal.
ALLEN & ROBINSON,
Qiioon Nirnet, Honolulu.
F. H. REDWAnO,
Contractor and Builder
UUlccs mid t)torc fitted tip and
Estimates kIvcd on
ALL KINDS OF WORK
CST OUlco und oUoi. No. ltf Fort treet.
inllmiiliiit W. W Wrlnlit'n Carriage hnp.
Jo My Patrons and toe Public,
Having recovered from my re
cent illdees, I am again prepurw
to do all kinds ot liuamiin am
Plumbing work as heretofore.
Thanking you for past favors, 1
respectfully solioit a continuance
of the same.
JAS. NOTT, Jr.
S- Tel. 844.
A New PaMShop.
Iliivlng aHNOclated with us Mr. John
II. West, a practical IIoiiho Painter,
Doeonitor anil VVimkI Pnllalior, wo are
now preiKired to irlvo ONtluiateH on all
klnilHiif work In that lino.
Mr. Wkhi ImvliiK hail a practical ex
IKirlqiiix) of over twenty years In San
Krunrlwco and other larso cltlos on tho
Coast, wo ftiol cnutldont that any work
eutriiNtod to us will givo entire satisfac
tion to our imtrons.
Prtnriess preserving paint co.
S DECORATING AND NATURAL
SS WOOD FINISHING A SPECIALTY.
Grainer, Glazier, and
Tinter : :
1076 , , Nejct'tn Pollco Station
Marble, Oranlto and Hawaiian Stono
Fort Street, opposite Chinese. Church.
All kinds of Lcttorlng jmd Carving.
Eut filiate 8 Fprninlied.y 1140
Have You, Seen, Them?
Those olocant WUOUG IIT I RON
FENCES, wo are' piitttnir uplaround
tho mnro lianuMOirio rosldonco lota. in
townti Costa no moro than a ''wooden
fnricot laslaa.)l(p,tlniO!.a combination of
beauty Hnl,titre))KtK.t)'at!7wHl' B(J("inore
to the attractiveness of your 'home than
any other iiuprnvomont for, twloo, the
monoy. dtttandfeoo ouraamples.-
Iron Work'of e'vdry' description. Im
ported and domestic MONUMENTS,
Estimates ulvon on all kinds or Qrad
liiK, Stone Work andTorracinn, Curbing
and Cement Sidowalks. Cement work
of all kjnds. v ottor Cutting In, brass,
Iron and stone,',', i ,- ,,.1
Stencil making a Hpoclalty.
Hawaiian Iron Fonco and- Monu
H. E. HENDMGK, Manager.
041 King streot.
Wm. O. IRWIH.
San Francitco Agmt Tub Nsvada Bunc of
DBAW EXCnABOl OH
ii Francisco Tho Nevada Bank of Ban
London The Union Bank of London, Ltdi
Van York American KxchanKO National
UniOAOO Merchantii National Bank.
Paris Comptolr National d'Escompt d
Birlm Drcsdner Banki
ioNosuNO and YOKOHAMA Uonfckong A
Shanicbal Hanking Corporation.
iw Zbaland and Australia Bank of New
Victoria and Vancouver Bank of British
Nor lb America.
ransact a General Banting aniEicnangeBnsiiea
Dcpolsts HecclTcd. Loans made on Ap
proved Security. Commercial and Traveler
Credits Issued. Bills of Exchange bought
ind sold. ,
JOLLKOTIONS PROMPTLT ACCOrrNTID FOE.
Savings Doposlts will be
received anil Interest allowed by this
Hank nt four and one-half per, cent,
per annum. Tho terms, rales and
regulations of the Hawaiian Postal Sav
ings Bank havu boon adnptod as far as
It Is practlcablotn apply thorn, and the
Cash Ileserve of ?50,nol) as required un
dor the PonUI Act will lie maintained.
Printed coplos of tho Kulos and ltog
ulations may be obtained on application.
I1ISHOP A CO.
SISXSCOE3 cSc CO.
Transact a Geuoral Banking
md Exchange Business.
( Commerciul and Traveler's
Letters of Croofit issued, avail-
blo in 11 tho principal cities
IntorcRt. nllowcd after July
1, 1898, on fixed deposits 3
months 3 nor cunt.. 6 months
3i per coat., 12 montlis i
Pioneer Bui ding and
Assets, Pee. SI, 1808, $110,808.38
Monoy loaned on approved socurlty.
A Savings Hank for monthly deposits.
Houses built on the monthly install,
Eighteenth Sorios of Stock la now
OmcEits: T. F. Lansing, President;
8. IJ. Itoso, Vlce-Presidont; O. B. Gray,
Treasurer; A. V. Gear, Socrotary.
uiiikctors: t. v. ijmsing.M.Hj Hose,
A. V. Gear, A. W. Keoch, J. G. Both
well, Henry Smith, J.J. McLean, J. D.
Holt, O. 11. Gray.
For further particulars apply to
A. V. GEAR, Secretary.
Chambor of Commerce rooms.
Ofllco Hours: 12:30-1:3U p. in.
Te AohamB Specie Banl
Sobecribed Capital Yen 12,000,000
Paid Up Capital Yen 10,600,000
Ueservo Fund... Yen 0,960,600,
HEAD OFFICE, YOKOHAMA,
BRANCHES AND 'AGENCIES. , , ,
Kobe, London, Lyons, , New York,
Ban Francisco, Shanghai,"
Bombay, Hong Kong,
The Bank buys and receives for coDoo
tlon Bills of Exchango, Issues Drafts and
Letters of Credit on tho above Bronchos
and Auonclos, and transacts a gouerai
On Fixed Depoilt lor it months, 4 percent p. a.
On FlxeJ Deposit lor months, jH "
On Flxei Deposit lor 1 mo,n j "
INTEREST ALLOWED-i i " -
Oy the Heti Onice at Yokohama, on Correal D.
Folt. H per cenl. per annum.
On FUeJ Deposit lor u months, 7 per cent p. a.
Hew BepMlic'Bnilniii 1 1 l"ilMgri, HoioMnL '
Company , . ;
, Cor, Alakea ft Halekauwila BU. ,
Has a large assortment of
Chandeliers and Elec
trical G.qods, . ,
OonBtan.tly oii blind, -, ,
Estimates given for houBe wtr
'ng and JEloctrical plants.
Marine Wiring a specialty,