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EVENINC1 DULLETIN, HONOLULU,'!1; II., THURSDAY, APR. 8, .1909.
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ELITE BUILDING. PHONE 307.
iHaleiwa Trip Was Much
'May tlio link of cverlantlnK
fi lenilslili) which has existed between
tlio two great Powers, tlio United
States nnd Japan, be prolonged for
ever." Consul General Uycno.
Il'iillowlmr I lie .lipfnro. dinner
speech of Jas. V. Morgan, president
of the Honolulu Chamber of Com
merce at the ilalelwa Hotel yester
day, In which he extended the wel
come and hearty aloha of the Cham
ber of Commerce to Admiral Mlchl
and his officers, Consul General Uyo-
no responded briefly nnd opportun6-
Admiral lllchl nlsn mndn n Htrnnir
bpcech. with Consul General Uycno
Consul General Uyenu Pali! that
the tide of friendly relationship,
which had bound these two great
Powers, the United States and Janali.
should bo prolonged forever. Com
mercially, he salil, these two coun
tries have prospered together. Ho
then unfastened the Amcrlcan-Jnn-
anese souvenir commercial medal
nnd pinned It to Mr. Morgan's breast.
lit presenting It, he thanked nnd
congratulated Mr. Morgan, represen
ting the Chamber of Commerce.
Prof. M. M. Scott, principal of the
McKlnley High School, then arose,
and made n brief nnd finished uneerh
appropriate for tlio occasion.
At the Table
Seated with President Morgan
around the ko.a tnhln worn Ailmlml
IJIclil on his right and on his loft
consul ucnornl uyeno. Others wcro
Captain Y. Ishll of the flaBshln Asa.
Captain T. Sato of the Soya, Com-
innnicr snKamoio, filler of Start;
llrltlxli Consul Horsier. Mavnr .T. .1.
Hern. Prof. M. M. Senli. llnv. Dr.
Scudder, U. Vonckurn, president of
i no Jnpancso MerchnntsV Associa
tion; S. Tokicda, manager of the
Yokohama Spcclo Hank; H. L. Cal
dron, president of the Merchants' Association.
Tlio table was atlrnctlvely covered
with beautiful flowers. In the center
was a largo fruit-stand containing
papalas. oranaes. nlneaiitiles. ernnes.
and other tcmntlni: tronlcnt fmllH.
Tho other tables wcro placed on tlio
vcrnnda immediately adjoining tho
Admiral's table. At tho heads of tho
tables adjoining tho Admiral's wcro
Klovo Consul Abo nnd U Tcnnoy
Pock, who with G. P. Wilder looked
after the comfort of the guests.
On tho arrival of tho special train
at the Haleiwa station, Dr. Mlura,
a retired Japanese nnvnl mirrrnn.
was waiting to Baluto tho Admiral.
lie woro tlio dark-blue uniform of
his rank with sword nt side. On his
hrenst were medals and decorations
won In tho China-Junnn nnd limun.
.Tfltinii wnfo TI. l.ln.1..! 1
"inlto surprised as ho acknowledged
wio saiuto of tho Iluwali-Japancae
naval officer. Chief of Staff, Com
mander Sakamoto, stopped nnd chat
ted with tho doctor.
Japanese School Children
. ine jupancso school children from
Knwallon, numbering about nlnntv.
eight, In chargo of tholr teacher,
honored tho arrival of tho Admiral
and his party at tho railroad sta
tion. They woro In their best kimo
nos nnd sang patriotic wnr songs.
ino sciiooi banner was borno by the
Promptly nt 9 o'clock In the morn
ing tho special train provided by J).
H. Dillingham. President nt thn nnii.i
Hallway & Land Co., left tills city.
Tho Honolulu depot was thronged
with Interested spectators who want
ed to sco tho Admiral. Hn arrived
In an automobile, accompanied by
Consul Goneral Uyeno, Commander
Sakamoto, Chlof of Staff; nnd Prcs-
meni morgan of tho Chamber of
Commerce nnd h. Tennoy Peck. Cap
tain iBhli of tho flagship Aso nnd
Captain Sato of thn Rnv nr.ivn.i i
another automobile. Immediately
luiiowing. -nioy woro followed by
tho Officers nnd endntn. mimhnrlmr
about two hundred, In trolloy-cars
especially provided by Mr. Peck,
President of tho Honolulu Ilnpld
Tianslt & Land Company.
At the depot tho Admiral's party
wng received by the entortalnment
committees of the American nnd Jap
Boards the Train
Accompanying Messrs. Dillingham
and Peck, Admiral IJIclil. Command
er Sakamoto, Chief of SUiff; Captain
Ishll nnd Captain Sato of tho Ato
and Soya, Consul GcnernI Uyeno,
Klovo Consul Abe, Ilritlsli Consul
Horsier, President Morgan of tho
Chamber of Commorco, Mayor J. J.
Kern, Prof. M. M. Scott, Itev. Dr.
Scuddor, R. h. Wnlclron, Prcsidont
lHm,iilu Merchants' Association;
and Mr. I'etrio 'of Castlo & Cooke,
boarded tho special directors' car, on
the rear lanal of which Admfjal IJI
clil and his stuff chatted pleasantly
with tho kamaalnas, who iioln.'.cd out
to them points of iiltercst.
Japanese Language Spoken
ino Aunurni was very loriunnce
In having among his associates Ilrit
lsli Consul Horstcr and Dr. Scudder,
who speak the Japanese language flu
At Knwnltoa, W. V. Goodale, man
ager, of the Wnlnlua Agricultural
Company, met the Admiral's party.
A Bpectal locomotive was in watting
nnd tho two cars, that of tho Admir
al and that of the ofllcers, were
taken to tho mill. The rest of the
train went on to Haleiwa,
Sees the Mill
About three-quarters of an hour
was spent In the mill, under the guld
anco of Mr. Goodale. Tho booller-
rooms, tho engine loom, the sugar
room, the pumping plant, tho mo
lasses tanks, nnd other parts of the
mill wcr visited.
Admiral IJIclil was greatly Inter
ested In tho manufacture of sugar.
He manifested his Interest by climb
ing on a bridge over the sugar-cano
roller nnd watching how the cano
was treated under tho pressure of
the gigantic rollers; how It was re
duced to a mass nnd tho Juice col
lected nnd carried on through tho
Ennneer Tak6s Notes
une of tho officers, nn engineer,
noted down In his memoranda book
tho name and character of tho vari
ous pieces of machinery used in the
mill. Ho was bo Interested, In learn
ing their various uses from tho em
ployes tht he came near losing tho
train. Commander Sakamoto, notic
ing tho absence of tho engineer, ori
dcrcd others to make a careful search
for tho missing man. When found,
the officer was still taking down the
names of the machinery in tho sugar
boiling department. Ah Boon as ho
boarded tho train It pulled out from
the mTll and headed for tho Kawal
loa depot, whenco It proceeded to
Tho reception of tho Admiral at
Haleiwa by the Jnpancso and II a
wallans, with other nationalities,
was grand. Thero wcro about six
hundred people present to see the
naval hero. As tho Admiral crossed
tho bitdgo ho was confronted by tho
Jnpaneso school children, who had
gathered there to salute their Ad
miral. On behalf of tho Walalua
Japanese, Dr. Ilasegawa, head of tho
reception committee, welcomed 'tho
The hotel, tho grounds, and tho
Btirroundlng buildings were appro
priately decorated. Largo American
and Japanese flags wcro conspicuous
ly displayed at tho cntranco of tho
hotel. Tho Iannis were llkewlso dec
orated and tho management of tho
hotel mado tho reception .one of tho
most successful In its history.
During tho luau the Walalua or
chestra rendered several appropriate
The Admiral, after tho luau, asked
tho II u 1 1 o 1 1 n reporter whether
tho guitars and tho ukuleles wero
ancient Hawaiian musical instru
ments. Ho stated tho Hawaiian mu
sic was sweet.
When the train left, tho Japancso
school children sang n parting song.
, All over the station flags of tho
United States and Japan wero dis
played. Tho excursion was a groat
In tho party wero members of tho
Honolulu Chamber of Commorce, Ho
nolulu Merchants' Association, Jap
anese Mcrchnnts' Association, Con
sular Corps, nnd the representatives
of the English nnd Jnpaneso pross.
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an antiseptic tonic for the gums and mouth. It removes tho harmful acids and permeates
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BENSON, SMITH & CO., AGENTS FOR HAWAII.
lloxlng seems to bo at low tido Just
now, nnd tho fight fans wander around
town wondering when another dish of
btoush will bo handed out. WU11 tho
Orpheum engaged for a long period by
a theatrical company, nnd no other
placo nvollablo, It looks as If the gen'
tlo pug will havo to content himself
with punching tho hag for somo tlmu
to come. It Is to bo deplored of courso
that such a craving for fight exists In
our midst, but sllll after all thoru Is
nothing like a real willing fight to
stir tho sluggish blood In a man. That
Is, a real scrap, not the kind of stunt
which Mr. Sllva paused out as tho gen
uine nrtlclo lust Saturday night.
Nelson, by-tho-wny. Is already look
ing around for fresh fields to conquer.
His smiling coutcnniico Is rather in
mourning Just now, owing to tho fact
that ho yasj presented with a lovely
eyo by sonio other pug. Nelson Is a
good lad and In his quaint way ox
pressed himself last night as willing
to fight anyone of his class. "You
seo I havo won all my fights bo far,"
ho romarkod, "but I havo not been up
against real good men. Still I am
willing to chan co a go with a good
boxer. I supposo someday I'll stop
0110 with my Jaw, and take tho count-
most fellows do, but I'm not afraid,
Tlio Marino may get a match In tho
near fiituro If a sultablo hall can bo
engaged.' Mclntyro and Wahnlanl aro
YOU can't tell by the appearance of milk
whether or not it is pure. It may be rich and reason
ably clean, but unless the BACTERIA
have been DESTROYED, it is not
IT WtM 1B M" ! '11
is trustworthy. It has been cooled to stop
bacteria development, the water taken out, and
the rich remaining product immediately sterilized.
If you have an idea that tinned milk isn't just as delightful to the
taste as fresh milk its because you have in mind the old-fashioned con
densed milks. Try CARNATION for cooking, for tea or coffee, on
berries. Its delicious.
Henry May & Co., Ltd.,
also dying to get at ono another, and
Ironmnn McCollough Is simply pining
away with sorrow at not being ablo to
boro. Into someone. Yes, tho town is
in a bad way Just now from a fistic
point of view,
N.G.H. To Have
Tho National Guard of Hawaii re
quest all ballplaylng. members to at
tend nt Aula Park on Saturday uoxt
a 4 p. m. Tho object Is to havo a gamo
of ball so that the selectors may bo
ablo to pick out a team to represent
tho N. O. H, In tho Military League.
This Idea Is Manager Harry's, and 1b
certainly a good scheme, It being much
bettor to select a toam In this manner,
on actual form, than to choose a bunch
of players on hearsay. Sergeant Dai'
ty Is very keen on tho Military League
affair, and thinks that his toam of ball
Jugglers can hand out tho kind fct dopo
Tho Military League Is going to cro
ato sonio great excitement In tho bnll
lino, and tho games should bo produc
tive of first class ball. Tho Hort Shat
ter and Lellehua monhavo sonio find
playors at their respective camps, and
tho N. G. II, will bo up against a tough
proposition. Still tho old guard will
put up a great struggle to capture tho
honors and tho regulars will havo to
play star games to win,
Tho Toam piny, which laito enmo oft
trading much attention, and quite a
number of players havo Blgulflcd their
intention of competing. Tho usual ar
rangements will bo mado for tho com
fort of both players and visitors, and a
largo crowd of tho latter Is expected
at tho beautiful links.
Now that tho rainy weather seems
to havo changed for tho better, golf Is
going to boom oven moro than It did
In tho past. Tho Club House has been
renovated and now looks vory well;
tho building hits been freshly painted
and stained, and the combination of
colors is vory attractive. McLaren
has put In somo good work all over
tho club grounds,, mid everything Is
now nt Its best.
Tho tennis court has been In some
plllkla owing to tho heavy rains, but
soon will bo In good order. Tho greens
aro also getting Into flno condition, nnd
by Sunday next will bo bettor than
ever. Hor tho 2Mb a Iiub will run
from tho car lino to tho club house.
The Industrial Edition of the
Evening Bulletin, wranned
reaay lor mailing, 00 cents at Ji u 1 -l'e
t i n office.
Drs. V. E. Collins and A. N. Sin
clair now occupy offices at the corner
of Hotel and Richards, Dr. Collins
will have office hours from 11 a. in.
to 3 p. in, Sunday and evenings by
appointment. Dr. Sinclair's hours
will bo 8; 30 toO a. m i to 5 p. m.
Sunday and evenings by appointment.
1 urn lu.iiu piny, which isiui enmo on uny, April v, j-ai
'at tho County Club on Apll 25, Is at- to plaed'tlioir ordc
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The Metropolitan Meat Co. will
close at 12 o'clock noon on Oood Fri
day, April 9, Pntrona aro requested
SPECIAL MEETING OF STOCK
HOLDERS OF KAHULUI BAIL
A special meeting of the Stock
holders of the Kahulul Railroad Com
pany will bo hold at tho office of the
Corporation, Stnngenwnld Building,
Honolulu, on Monday, the l'Jth day
of April, 1909, at. io o'clock a,, m.,
for the purpose of accepting the pro
visions of Act 3 9, of the Legislature
of tho Territory q Hawaii, approved
on the 25th day of March, 1909, and
for the consideration of such other
business as may come before the
ELMER B, PAjiTON,
Secretary Kahulul Railroad Co.
April 5, 1909.
Ily order of the First Vice-President,
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SPECIAL DISPENSATION FOR
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