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EVENINO BULLETIN, HONOI.
h.ulu. it .jr.,
TUESDAY, MARCH 18, 902.
8ltuallonH and Help Wonted
WANTED Hy oung man, position
as clerk or salesman, rereiences
given. Address C I). I! this ortlco
WANTED YouDg man desires situa
tion as waiter, shqrt order cook,
or storekeeper In hotel, restamant
or steamer, fully experienced, and
speaks Eugllsh, French and Spanish
Address S. A. Y Bulletin 2095 lw
WANTED llcfincd, experienced girl
wishes place ns nurse or maid, best
of references, willing to travel. II.
It- Ilulletln office. 2094 tf
COOK Wants position In hotel or res
tuurant, first ilass and capable, ref
erence, and many years' experience
Addiess L A this office 2093-lw
Ads in this column will be Inserted
Per line, one Insertion.... 15o
Per line, two insertions.... no
Per line, one week 30c
Per line, two weeks 40c
Per line, one month 60c
This is the cheapest advertising
ver offered the people of Honolulu.
n,.,n .....I,, .,i,Min i pIi,Ip fnn.
rinnv ,iii,ih, e,,..u.v. ..., ...... ,
sertatory, J month, special attcn-
lion name oeKiuuc-iB. ,'tuna. ......
sir this office. 2093-lm
BOWEteS'MERCHANT PATROL AND,
CONFIDENTIAL AGENCY Night
watchmen furnished for buildings,
business property and residences.
Officii and lb nidi-nee School St;.
1. O l)u JM Tel Whit.- 3C91
SPECIAL NOTICE Bond furnished
to ativ amount for the man holding
position as guardian, postofllce oin
rial or any other position of trust.
Honolulu nvestment uo. zuai u
NOTICE TO BUILDERS The Union
Express Co. has WHITE dAND FOR
SALE. 1643 tf
WANT our whiskers nmputntedT llo
to J"ffs He shaves for ISc, 5 white
barbers U King St 2011 tr
WANTED To buy famll horse,
price- must be reasonable Address
F II. tills office. 2U9C-IW
WANTED Everybody to know that
the Canton Marine lusuranco Co.
office Is at Honolulu Investment Co.
WANTED .100 pianos to tune
dress J W .mil P. u. box 473.
inj LET Suite of rooms, nlso single
rooms Ucrctanla Ave cor Kceau
TO LET Furnished room In Ameri
can fnmll Enquire 159 Punch
bowl St. 2097-lw
TO LET Furnished
duci-d to Y month
Ik low Nuuanii
hunt room, re-
51 Vlnejnrd St.
TO LET Uasement for stoieroom. En
quire 158 Hotel SL 2093-lV
FOR RENT Cottage on South St.;
six looms; modern Improvements;
J 1". DO. Honolulu Investment Co,
Judd Illdg. 2072 tf
,"0 LET Newly furnished rooms, sin
gle or en suite, first-class table
board, hot and cold water, electric
lights, etc. 1270 Ucrctanla St.
... , I..
-Newly furn shed roojn;
co Ul bath; private family -
I Vlnejard, near Nufanii
CotUgia'o'ff t .liool St. nr.
, jliauau 9ii. uu lusmiu
road. J12.D0 nnd SG.50. P.
Btrauch, 32 Campbell block.
P. PANSON KELLETT Attorney,
Notary Public; marriage licenses.
Room 11, Magoon Illdg.
F. M. BROOKS nttorncy; rooms 9-10,
Spreckels bldg.; Tel. Main 344.
CARLOS A. LONG
humanu St ; Tel.
-Attorney; 15 Kaa
J. M. DAVID80N Attorney at-Law,
109 ICaahumanu St.
GARDNER K. WILDER Attorneyat.
law; Kaahumanu Ut. I
E. J. WALKER Coffee Droker; room
4. Spreckels bldg.
A. COWAN 1186 Union St.,
Kciflc Club; sundries, etc.
i PONALD&LANGSTON Contract
ors nnd Dullders; 1U8 Union St.
N. K. OT8UKA Contractor and build
er, carpenters and masons; excavat
ing, filling and curblag; stono and
brick; ballasting and cement walks;
Room 4, Arlington Hotel; Tel. Main
CO., LTD. Two stores
t. and cor. Port & Hotel.
PACIFIC VEHICLE & 8UPPLY CO.
Fine carriages, wagons, harness
nnd whips; Deretnnla near Port St.
CIGARS AND TOBACCO,
ELKS BUILDING, 01C Miller Street.
CONVEYANCiisG Charges reason
able. Room 10 Mclntyre Rlock.
A I ncn-r o ol A tlu n n n fni- line
etaula and Miller, hours 9 to 4. '
Adu. Wilt be Inserted I1 1! OK.
TO LET Furnished rooms at Mrs.
McConnel's, Oarden lane. 2055 tf
TO LET Fire room cottage off Wal
klkl road between Hopkins nnd
Bishop switch Immedlato posses
sion. Apply Hawn. Tramways of
fice, I'unahoti. 20C4 tf
TO LET lloomy bath tub, with either
hot or cold water nnu all modern
Improvements, 'all at Silent Hur
ler Shop. 2019 tf
FOR SALE Furniture of a six room
bachelor's Quarters In Chrlstley lane
No 1471 Appl) between 12 and 1,
or after B o'clock. 2U9u
FOR SALE Furniture for two house
keeping rooms, cheap. 139 Miller
FOR SALE A small road curt and
harness; cost 100; cheap Address
M. I., this nfflcc. 8s-lvV
FOR 8 ALE l'acheio's Dandruff Kill
er, n reliable and sure cure for dan
druff and Itching scalps. At Union
Barber Shop. Sstf
pn0FTABLE INVESTMENT Exclu
she rights of n valuable Indention
for Austialia, New- Zealand, Tasma
nla nnd Philippines, also States nnd
.1. .... .1... MHtnt.H Ah. Iin..
,, i.lth n rm.llnl nf 13HAII ran nn
i.. ii,i ..in .., n...ir
Investment and a good profit the j
first venr and a peipc-tual Incomo fori
the term of the patent thereafter
Apply at McKc-chnle Paint Store
Bethel street Honolulu, lletween P
nuil lu n in
and 4 to 5 o'clock p in.
FOR SALE New uprlgnt piano, no
reasonable offer lefused Address
X., this office. 2093-3W
FOR SALE I.ot 54x90 feet on lano
Just off mauka side of VIncjnrd St.
near bridge, with a two storied
lodging house thereon, quite new nnd
built at a cost nf 91000. Apply to J.
M. Monsnrrat, Campbell blk.
FOR SALE Fine Jersey cow; Just
calved. Apply to Lewis U. Co.
FOR 8ALE Very old tapa quilt, also
very old calabashes, some unpol
cd. Address Z, this office. 4s tf
FOR SALE Coral rock tor filling. Ad
, dress R. M. Duncan, at Ilulletln of
fice. 1991 tf
! ROOM AND BOARD.
HELEN'S COURT, also residence J.
Stelner. Adnms lane, is open ns a
first class rooming house, airy nnd
mosquito proof Hoard if desired.
Mrs. J. Duggan.
THE LOS ANGELE8 1623 Fort St.;
newly furnished rooms, mosquito
proof: terms reatonablo. 1930 tf
LOST itheek No. 387 on Dfshop k.
Co I 'mm T K It. Illualu to Chan
Ki-e for $21 2.1. Pnnicnt stopped
Notlf) Chan Kee. Ilookena. SnilliV
Kona 2H97 lw j'
LOST A chestnut filly, with Inigo
white star and stripe; brand ," o.'.
Rcwaid on return to C. J McCarthy,
tor Pilkol and Young Sts 2093 tf
LOST Many thousands ut-"- dollars
through neglecting.!) have stock
BUUlcirmiy invrretl. Jiouuiuiu III-
xsMnVcSr represent four of tho
- strongest Are Insurance companies.
FOUND Insurance against the break
age of plate glass at The Honolulu
Investment Co. 2051-tf
DR. ALBERT E. NICHw -8 Dentist!
1154 Alakea St.; office hours, 9 to 4.
DR. DERBY I'ort and Hotel Stu.; gas
administered, painless extracting.
E. TAPPAN TANNATT Civil and
electrical engineer; nnice, 1313 Wil
der Ate.; Tel 3141 Illue.
MERCHANTS' PARCEL DELIVERY
Jlethel SL. opp. Waterley blk.; Tel.
021 Illue; pkgs. called for and del'd.
jC. A. 8CHMIEDTE Haggage express
and drayagc; Tel White 921.
W. BEAKBANE Card engraving and
stamping; room 2. 1...10 bldg.
POLYNESIA ENCAMPMENT NO. 1,
I. o. 0. F. meets nrst and third Frl
day of each month. Excelsior Hall.
DAMIEN COUNCIL No. 583 Young
Men a institute, meets every second
nud fourth Wednesday in the month.
HAZELWOOD MARKET CO. 1281
Port St., near Kulsul Groceries,
1 rutts aim Tobaccos.
J. C. GOEAS tleretanla near Emma
St.; Tel. 2312 Illue.
8. J. 8ALTER Successor to 8alter &
wnlty; 712 Port SL. Orpheum blk.;
Tel. C81 Illue.
CITY 8HOEING SHOP J. W. McDon
nld, Port St., opp. Club Stables.
HARNE88 AND 8ADDLERY.
MANFG. HARNESS CO-Corner Fort
nnd King Sts.; Tel. Malb 228, P. O.
CALIFORNIA HARNE8S 8HOP Fort
St., opp, Club Stables: P. O. box 791.
The Bulletin, 5 cents per mentli.
THE PACIFIC HOTEL 1182 Union
St opposite 1'aclflc Club. Newly
furnished rooms, mosquito proof;
electric lights, hot nnd cold water;
first c.ass tabic board. Mrs. liana,
TH09. LINDSAY Mfg. Jeweler and
watchmaker; 530 Fort St.; Lovo
kldg ; latest In novelties.'
at th'o PANTHEON SALOON.
TERRITORIAL MESSENGER 8ER
St. nr. Hotel.; Tol.
HAWLEY'S MILLINERY PARLORS
Tho latest In millinery, etc.; Boston
bldg.; TCI. zs Main.
ANNI8 MONTAGUE TURNER Vocal
instructor; ".Mignon, iu.'4 uercia
ELLIS' HAWAIIAN QUINTET CLUB
Music furnished; Metropole Ho
tel, room 12, Alnkca St.
E. K. KAAI Teacher of. string Instru
ments; studio, Lovo bldg.. Fort St.
BYRNE &. LIVINGSTONE Rep. Ame
rican Maiifs. Room 8 Progress 'ilk.;
Tel. Main 131.
DR. SLOGGETT Eje, Ear. Noso and
Thoat; offlco at Eje and Ear Infirm.
?' k Sl' "ur8 9 n' m'
DR. FRED. W. HODGINS Eyo. Enr,
Noso and Throat only; offlco Alakcu
St. lately occupied by Dr. Murrny;
offlco hours 9 n. m. to 4 p. m.
KATHARINE J. MacKAY, M.D., CM,
-520 Ucrctanla Ave.; Tel. Illito 3551,
DR. JENNIE L. HILDEBRANDE
Ueretanla Ave.; Tel. Dluo 821.
ANTONE PILARES & CO. Plumbers
and Tinsmiths. All kinds of sanl
tary 'work. Bower connections a
specialty. Charges to suit tho
times. Corner Miller and Punchbowl
PAINTER AND PAPERHANGER.
V. H. POUL8EN minting and. paper
hanging; Territory Stables. King St,
JUDD & CO., LTD. Dulldlng lots anl
residences for snlo; 307 Stangen
wald bldg.; Tl. 223 Main.
M. G. 8ILVA Agent for rcnl estate,
also to grant marrlago licenses;
58 Merchant St.; Tel. Main 115.
PRIMO BEER is good if It Is kept
right. Try It.
,it tno PANTHEC
STENOGRAPHY nnd typewrltlngnent.
ly and nccuialcly done at Hawaiian I
Hotel by Miss Noble.
E. MORIKUCHI ,4 Hotel SV. nr. Nu
uanii. Felt, straw. panJma hats
ALBERT BERNDTTallorlng nnd re
pairing; Elks blJg.. QIC Miller St.
1. Yr. A.rREDHOU8E Watch and
chronometer maker: 79 Merchant SL
BENEVOLBNT AND SOCIAL.
The I-ailks' Society for benevolent
and soilul woik of Central I'nion
church lus sent out to the ladles ot
Ihe congiegatlon nttraetlte cliculars
Indlrntlnir some details of Its work. and.
heartily Inviting those not nlready
members to Join.. If there aie an la
dles who have not received them. It Is
through loss in the mull or by accl-Tlu.0(IoU) Uoorevelt Is peculiarly
elenu It Is hoped that there will be 11 ,nan 0r bKh Ideals nnd patriotic
fl.lt nlfrtllil.ma ... .tin fl.et l...ntn.iuu'. .. .... . . m .
full attendance at the fltst business
meeting of the year, to be held on
Thursday morning, March 20, at 10
o'clock. In the Indies' parlor where re -
rr.iilnlug clrculais will be distributed.
Etciy possessor of a "Kodak" or
"Uiovvnle" camera Is offcied the op
poitunlty of competing for J 1000 In
Pilzcg given by the Eastman Kodak
The gicnt advantages of a cosmo
politan population and beautiful scen
ery makes the chance of Honolulu con
testants favorable and as the pilzes are
numerous. Island amateurH will no
doubt diaw a large share. Honolulu
Photo Supply Co. aio headquaiters. '
Tllli DOZEN FOR
A pure, delicious and healthful
ill Ink made from the Julie of Cali
fornia Grape Fruit. Nonalcoholic.
Delivered free nt thirty cents doz.
TEL. MAIN 71
Soda Water Works Go,, Ltd,
LOTS FOR SALE
In Knplolanl Park
Addition unci In
137 MERCHANi 8TREET.
by Mltm lilla Dayton
A GLORIOUS FEAST
ST. PATRICK'S DAY
Honolulu Iilshmcn themselves didn't
know there were so many of them tin
til they assembled In the beautiful din
ing loom of tho Monnn Hotel overhang
ing the sounding ocean beach at Wnt
MM How the dnyllght of Ireland's
patron saint wns celebrated was told
in cstcrda's Ilulletln. Last night
there was tho first oiganlied celebra
tion of tho feast of Saint Patrick In
tho Hawaiian Islands ever held, nnd
it needs not a lick nt the blarney stono
first to say that no outlander fcto In
fair llnwallland had eer tomo off
more happily. Colonel Charles J. Mc
Carthy, chairman of committee nnd
master of ceremonies, cannot ne too
coidlally congratulated for the triumph
achieved by himself and his ablo asso
elates In management.
The banquet hall wns decorated
with a species of growing palm Inside
tne hollow square of tables, while tho
restive boards were decked profUBely
In greenery with n blaze of scarlet
bloom here and there. Waxen tapers
within green paper bulbs completed
the emerald effect.
Colonel McCarthy was supported nt
the head of the tablo by speakers of
tne evening, Judge Eslee and Mr. Dole,
next to himself right and left. Father
unnlcy and membera of committee.
Following Is a complete list of those
who sat down to the feast:
C J McCarthy, Morris M Eitee,
Edmund I' Dole. J C CJuliin, J.J.
Hnnlcy, W V. Ervlng. I. H. Dee,
S r Chllllngworth. Clarence M
White, J A Hughes. E. M llojil and
J V Howler, comprising the c halrronn
and supporters; 1 D. Creedon, F. M.
Klley, James Hicks, Chas. A. Orelup,
A J Wilson. Thou. F. McTlghe. C.
Sullivan, Cnpt. McNeill, John Mark-
hnm. Thos. Honnn Jr.. J. R. Schroe
dcr, P. J. Owens, Thos. R. Lucns,
Jos W Row ell. D 0. Camartnos. J
McCrcady, Hugh Rooney, F. J. Mc
hnane, M J Hnrney, Paul Smith. T
J I'itzpatrlck, M. II. Drummond. R.
M Duncan, J. J. Sullivan, Daniel Lo
gan. Chas. F. Chllllngworth, F. M.
Drooks, George P. Hemlhall. 13. W.
(lulnn, I.orrln Andrews. P. Mclnerny,
M. J. McLnnc, L. Ilrodle, 1'. Gtenson.
Jns. A Thompson. Joseph Richards,
Jno. L. Ilansmnnn, Jos. C. Dennj,
Chas. McClonngle. Thos. I. Dillon, S.
K Marsh, C. J. Horgan, J. Fljnn,
O Michael Lehner, Guy Livingston,
Chas. A. Murray, Dr. A
Frank May. Peter T. Phillip-. Thos. F
llonn. .1 I.iicob. J. S. fllllls. Wm. II
Smith. 1'iank Dnv.-v. H. R. Heiulrv.
St C Sat mi. F J Llndcman. Clem
ent Patrick Qulnn. Dr. R V Msers,
W I Hany. Andres Nelson. I). J.
Tlturmnn fl Hit nit its T Tlm'lin Ttnh
rrt Campbell. Wm (j Wilson. Jus. J
1 Inches, J. A M'.ignn, Eugene It. Lee
A. E. Murphy, it. F. Daly, T. Keten,
J. A. Urne. Wm. A. Sexton. II ,.
Evans, Thomas O'llrlen! J II Pljnn
nnd V J Testa
Mnnagvr Allen presented nn excel
lent menu. The loastmaster brought
the progiam through at a seasonable'
hour, being a little before midnight,
only by stalling his ceremonies befoio
the loast turkey came on.
Colonel McCnithy seized tho oppor
tune moment when the Territorial
ttnn.t .,al,li ..Tti.o.t "Qtn. Qnnlintiul
n ,..". n . 1... .'..,.. ..,!.. !.
and then pioposcd tho first toast:
"The P.esldcnt of the United
Judge- Estec In happy vein respond
cd Ills humorous sallies Induced ,m' Z1,". uur iw"u" lrT. ""V"1
r...n.,l. ..r mmlnn... t.lh.n ivn,l'e"i The high icsolvcs which nnimat
Hawaii bemuse like their owi:
Islei It had no snakes. Ho spoke
Irish element In the United States and
Its value In ovei n hunched yeais the
United Stutc-R liail never elected n
' President who wns not worthy to Mil
his exalted Misltlon. Of tho President
"l speaker said
The fact that Theodore Roosevelt
Is our Piesident shows that the people
madu no mistake in electing him as
1 Vice President of tho United States;
( pulses, blended with a strain of shrewd
1 common senwi that makes him pecu-
Uarly fit for the great office he Is filling
'so well. He Is a man of rare Integrity,
and nlthoiiKh, as I have said, ho was
bom of u conservative environment,
his experience has been blond enough
lo glvo him that wide knowledge of nil
londltlous of men ho necessary to tho
Incumbent of tho highest office within
thu gilt of any piople, the Presidency
of the United States,"
"Tho Day We Celebrate," was the
S. F. Chllllngworth wns cheered to
the echo for his lesponse. delivered In
quiet but Impressive fashion with scln
Dilations of true Milesian wit. Ho said
It was suffering Irishmen running
liwu) frum oppression, who helped to
build up the nation. He compliment
rd Irishmen on getting togi titer, and
said the one dny was one which was
being lecognlzed the world over, and
which drew Irishmen togethei vvher
over there wero two or three at en, If
they could do no more than talk of
A toluuteer toast of the gallant
chairman's own health preceded his
nnnoiiiiccincut of "The Laud We Llvo
J A Hughes, taking at shortest no
lice the place of Judge Humphreys,
absent through Illness, made an ex
cellent speech In lepl) It filled him
with pilde to see. nine thousand miles
from his native Island, so many good
Irishmen who weie ready to stand and
stilke foi tho land we live In. And he
bald when the end came, when tho
heavi'UH weui rolled up, the Stars nnd
Stilpct) would bo the last thing that
tho eyes of men would see
I'llno David and a bevy of ladles
appeal lug ut this juncture upon the
orchvstiu halquii) weie loiitll) cheei
ed, with waving of napkins like a
rnowstoim "Speech, speech'" was
tho spontaneous ei), to which David
"Mr. Chairman The only thing I
can say Is that I'm nut much of a
speaker or toastmalier. to 1 saj threi
1 hcers for the shamrock and St. Pat
The cheers came right enough.
Thomas I Dillon responded for "Our
Native Land" In an eloquent address
which held rapt attention and was
puuctunteu witu applause. The an
dent archltectiue of Ireland, whoso
remains were extant proved the ge
nlus of her own people. References
to Irish statesmen of tho b)gono days
Wolfstone. Fltigernld nnd Emmet
Ilurke, d rattan DatU and Daniel
O Connell, nnd to I'arnell and tho gil
axy of patriots of the passing era
evoked great enthusiasm.
Attorney General Dole made a splcn
did response for "The Orators and
l'octs of Ireland." As the poet of the
cottage, the farm nnd tho nverase
man, none exceeded Robert Hums, but
In reaching tho heart of humanity In
fine affection and in awaking loftiest
patriotism your Moore had no per
John Do) le O'Reilly, the Boston new
paper writer, was eulogized partly
from personal acquaintance. Coming
home to Hawaii, tho speaker cited W
L Stanley as a fine Irish gentleman
whose return was shortly expected
wltn a wife and "n red faced baby
born In old Ireland." Mr. Doio con
eluded with tho tqnst. whose re
sponse mnde the celling Bhlvcr, "The
Virtue of lilsh Women nnd tho Cour
age of Irish Men."
Guy Livingstone then sang. "Com
Hack to Erin," tho guests singing tho
Chairman McCarthy said Irishmen
looked forward to "Ireland as a Na
tlon." nnd asked Clarence M White to
Mr. White spoke as follows
Ireland a Nation,
I am highly honored In being seWt
ed to respond to that greatest of all
Irish toasts "iieland ns a Nation' i
am not quite like the Irishman who
stated that though Ills father wa?
lilsh )et he- himself was born In Cork
Though of American birth, I am an
Irishman of fourteen jours standing
by mnrilage, nnd, during theso four
teen j cars I have never entertained
the shadow of a doubt concerning the
capability of the Irish for homo rule.
There Is something In the romantic
character of Erin's Isle nnd the unfor
tunate et splendid history of her
people that wakes responsive chords
In every breaBt susceptible to generous
emotions Her Illustrious heroes were
tpes of the hlghesl character un
marred by weaknesses or frivolities
Their loft efforts for their country s
welfare nevci suffered deflection it
abatement, lu no other country in
the face of the globe has poetry ben
Mlevoteu to sticli nuiiio uses, liietmrus
nelaiw. wiille versatile in an tn
themes that demand poetic expression.
'have eclipsed all others lu songs ot
.lofty patriotism. Particularly v J3
Mooic. that laie exponent of potl
fnnc, felicitous In totcing the nation
al feellnvs nnd the national aspira
tions of Iieland. The rudest and "l
(lest thoughts of the humblest we're by
his magic touch Invested with a beau
ty unsurpassed In poesy.
It may bo asked, la Ireland a ni
tlon? I say emphatically es. The
beautiful flag with Its appropriate mu
"''".' ."m-T l"..""! '.lnR If." Ca"M
lint will never die out. until, ns pre'
dieted by the Immortal Emmet, In
land takes Its place among tho Inde
pendent uatlonB of the earth, and wh"n
that cauxn Is triumphant it will still
float In commemoration of. the achieve
ment. Centuiies of disaster havo fall
ed to daunt tho courage and cnthusl
a,8m 1,llh have contended for fre
" Nor8''lp 100'1 neco,"1'nB to. ''
Individual conscience nnd for othr
r!Kllt8 "" 6'l.cr,',1 to .tl,e I,rl".h llcar.t..t.3
n loved "-'n ",v: ",K" - mi.1.1 uuiu...v
ii 1... nvr.,1 '1 fliattnn. Emmet nnd O'Conncil still
U of tlie,lirl" """'' UhU ,)n'n8t ttlth nn lnt""
slty proportionate to the Individual
foice of character. Adverse fortune
has failed to subdue Ihe Irish cause
which has never et nnd nover will ac
commodate nnd adapt llself to defeat.
For Freedom's battle once begun
Bequeathed bleeding she to son
Though hallled oft Is ever won.
The struggle for existence has ex
lied thousands of Irishmen. Thy
throng mil own shores and have he
come a part of our body politic. Rut
though they forswear allegiance to
Ore at Britain the shamrock and the
harp of Erin are still enshrined in
their hearts. It is a peculiar charac
teristic of all Irishmen, high and
tow, that their love of country looks
to Its upbuilding. Independently of its
ibaims for 11 sklent e
On the battlefield nnd In the forum
Irishmen have been signalized for
their brator nud ability. They are
nation of gallant nud generous men
utid of beautiful and virtuous women.
Their uintois hato poured forth words
of burning eloquence that have been
accepted as uulvelsal mottoes of free
dom. The time allotted for lesponse
to this toast Is uadeiiuate for levlew
ing the glorious history of tho Irish
cause- and the valor and constancy dis
played by Its adheionts. They have,
however, been blazoned forth to an ad
miring world In a Inngunge and with a
convincing poner which no fervor ot
mine cau ctei compass. I close with
a piaer for the lenllzatlon of In
land's dearest asptrutlons, not through
the power of tho sword which her bous
.so cffuctltely wield but through the
agency of that patience. Intelligence
anil sagacity for which they nro like-
w Isci famous. May tho tmblcm of mel
udy and harmony now overshadowed
noat in its Miuircd sunshine over a
countr) redeemed to ficedom And
may the piitlleges of fieedom bo so
wisely eniplo)i'd that blessings oi
Heaven may follow In their iraln
"Our Irish Lassies" vveto dealt with
In affectionate sli.iln bv J A Ilyrne.
who mniln 0110 of tlm best speeches
nr the evening. In closing ho slid.
"It Is thu teachings nnd the Inftu
eiidi of these hish motliiirs which has
sent 0111 gieat men nnd our heroes
the wide vvoild over, and each one
goes out Into It with a 'Gcnl IiIcbs and
protect jou Asthoie,' while the old
KiHiiumnthei, sitting In her armchair
Is waiting from the teigo of tho grave.
gcutl ami sweetly, 'Ood blots m As
Ihoie' These, gentle-men, niu 'Our
Irish hassles' God bless them so
let's drink to tho toast, for wo all lave
them and lespeet them. Cod bless
E. M llojd gate n capital responso
for "The Press," Ho eiilniged on Us
1, .(illy, todaj not n pi It liege hut a
right. It was an lilhmnn, Janus Oor
don Ileum tt. who trnnsfoiined Amort.
can Journalism from giandinothcibood
to modern ways who taught Ameri
cans that the highest service tho press
coulu give them was their due who
sent another Irishman to the heart of
Africa to rcscu? an Englishman.
"Auld' Lang Syne," sung with cross
ed hands all round, closed the merry
feast As became the real Irish, tho
chorus wns struck first. What's tho
difference' Tho song of the sister Islo
had never better Justice In spirit. ,
Ilcsldes tho band concert outsldo
early In tho evening, tho Hawaiian
Quintet Club plaed In tho balcony
turoiighout the banquet. Irish melo
dies were beautifully rendered nnd re
t Colojicl McCarthy proved himself a
model toastmnstqr, evincing tact not
too common In that position. Ho has
the faculty of keeping things moving
without any symptom of hurry..
"God save Ireland."
The man who wrote "Twinkle, twin
kle, little star," had the satisfaction ot
seeing the little star follotv his Instruc
tionsNew York Sun.
Similar happiness waa vouchsafed
the author of "Roll on, thou dark and
deep blue ocean rolll" The Doston
Nor must the equally delighted gen
tleman who cordially said, "Blow,
blow, thou winter wind!" be forgotten.
Cleveland Plain Dealer .
Rut, alas, for the person who wrota
"Backward, turn backward, O Time In
our night!" Time didn't do It. Chi
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Legal Notices. '
Notice io All Whom It May
United States of America, District of
In the District Court of the United
States In an- for tho District and
Territory of Hawaii.
United States of America. Plaintiff...
ts. Twenty-three nnd One half
Dozen Articles for the Preven
tion of Conception.
Attachment and Monition.
Whereas, In said Cause, said Court,
on March 17, 1902, Issued Its Attach
ment and Monition:
NOW THEIlKFOrtD NOTICE
THEREOF IS HEREBY GIVEN to all
persons claiming the above mentioned
property, or knowing or having nn
thing to say why said Court should
not pronounce against the same, ac
cording to the prayer of the informa
tion now on Hie herein, and that they
appear before the said Court "to bo
holden In and for the said District of
Hawaii at the United States comt
house In the City of Honolulu In said
Distilct on tho 7th day of April, A.
D 190J If that be a day of Jurisdic
tion, and u not, then on the first day
of Jurisdiction theienftcr, at 10 o'clock
in the forenoon of that day, then and
there to interpose a claim to the same,
and to make their allegations In that
Dated Honolulu, Hawaii Match 17,
1902. E. R. HBi.'DRY,
Unlted'States Marshal In and for
Said Distilct, 2097-Ht
Weekly edition of the Bulletin 1 A
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