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Brilliant Function Is Given in Honir of Japanese Admiral and His Offi
cers Oood Will and Q)Kod Cheer Characterize
Admiral IJlrhl. commanding His
Imperial Japanese Majesty's trnln
Iiik squadron. Son iinil Am w
tendered a banquet last nlRlit In the
( 'Miiiihti lal Club He was greet i J
with prolonged applause when lie
arose and assured those present of
Ills conviction that the regard and
The Admiral delivered Ills address
In Kngllsh. It follows:
Ii Is n most agreeable task for
n e to ptunil here In offering tlio
licuiCd thanks on behalf of myself
(mil lie officers of m squadron for
c up en ill 1 entertainment this eve
ning Moreover I wish to express
ttnlnltig squadron Is simply for tlio
purpose of training. midshipmen, to
afford them an opportunity to wit
ness the splendid civilization of your
country. I think It Is very happy If
my visit to Honolulu and the Coast
will add In some measure, to the
ever-Increasing friendly Intercourse
between these two nations.
' "On my way home, I came back
here to see again these beautiful Is
lands of Hawaii and to take some
supplies here. It Is needless to say
that the situation of Honolulu Is
very Important In the Intercourse of
two nations on the two coasts of the
Pacific, being about midway between
them. I trust that the mutual re
gard and' good will which exist now
so happily between Amcilcn and Ja
pan may become every day more
firmly and more closely rooted be
tween I hem.
i "Now, gentlemen, thanking you
again for the; hospitable treatment
accorded us, I take this opportunity
to express In tlio ifaine of the squad
ion our moat hlncere gratitude to
the commercial bodies of Honolulu,
mid I have, the pleasure to drink the
health pC the members of the Com
mercial Club"" qnl Hie prosperity of
, tills city of Honolulu."
I Seated with President Wakefield
nt his table weie Admiral IJIchl on
the right and Consul General 1'yono
on the left Others were: Captain
.Olenves, 1. S. crulser-St. Louis; Cap
tain Ishll, commanding officer of the
Aao; ex-Governor Cleghnru, King
Lieutenant Shimomurn, M. Tokleda,
J A. Kennedy, Prof, ,M, M. Scott,
Captain Sato, commanding ofllccr of
the Soya; 11. Hedemunu, Lieutenant
Commander Ilarada, Passed Assist
ant Surgeon Hobdy, U. S. M. II. S.,
and Mr. Takahashl.
The dining room was attractively
decorated with (ho American and
Japanese lings. On the mauka side
were placed pots of feriiH and ever
gieens. Tlio quintet club, which fur
nished music during the dinner, oc
cupied the adjacent room.
18 NAMED ITHE FIRST MEETING
MILK INSPECTOR! SINCE THE LAST
Fern Appoints Him And'So
Myhio Ih Milk Inspector. 1-ast
night Mayor Kern submitted IiIh name,
to the SukiIm!', and the appoint
nicnt was promptly confirmed.
Two other names bad already been
submitted lor the olllce by Ills Honor,
but when Pern saw that the public
npparpiitlv wanted Mylne. who has bad
long years of ot.peilenee as a milk In
spectoi, he bowed to the will of the
people mil m ;i: down ll'i- n mm.
Tin- I'll, .nitnicnt of A. K Williams
I lis Hsh In ."Vliir v ab.o coinlrme'd.
Course of Lively
Commanding H. I.
good will which exists between
America and Japan must overy day
Captain Cleaes. U. S. M., com
luander of the cruiser St. Louis, also
spoke briefly and proposed a toast
to the Imperial Japanese navy.
President Wakefield welcomed the
Ailmli ul and his officers on behalf
of the Commercial Club. He also
made appi opt tale runiaiks on the
pieseliee uf so many1 prominent Jap
Con ul General Uyeno, who bc
l'ee. la shnit speech on all occa
sion, after he hud expressed the
lliutiks of liU muloti for the kindly
and fi loudly lientiiuiiK of Japanese
subjeiti by the ritUuiis of Honolulu,
t'spet I. Ily bv the eomtiieiclal bodies,
.luioitil thu health of thu (liiturno:
Mr. Toklfila, manager of the Yo
kohama" specie Hank, spoke bilolly .
but iLiulnilnKly, An behalf of thu
.Lipance Mji chants' Association lie
HiaiiUiil (be l.ii'ti for thu lotuleou
mid kindly Inlti'tliiu to (he dlniei.
Ceoiie'W. Sliilth, an accomplish
id adei-dliiiiiif upoultor. was called
upiu I In said that (lie n loudly
lielingn- which exist today between
the I'nlJud Slati'J and Japan linMi
I ecu coiiiiiH'rcinllv sifcejsftil. He
mi Id Hint (lie American business
men lit Hawaii welroniu the Japiiu
eie as loji'peti'oru ,lu lliu llelds of
lommeice for It Is (his which hinds
them clmt'i Iteferiing In the Ad
miral's visit heio, ho bald that while
he and his officers weie not In the
fjctois lu pieservlng peace, which
means comnie'iclal adviiuieiiient be
Ilttwecn speeches, Henry Claik,
James Dtiughcity and Cliiienre Wa-
lertnan Ming, while 0. 11. Miillrjdu
pleased tlio ami I lire by his htinioinus
J. M. Squadron,
my best thanks for your kind hos
pitality extended towards us during
my picvlous visit three months ago.
At that time ou caused us to spend
to many happy days that wo could
not foiget them.
"Since wo had been recolvcd with
such coidlalty In Honolulu, wo wore
welcomed most waimly and most
heartily by all citizens, especially by
Hie membeis of commeiclal organiza
tions, eveiywheie we touched on the
(oust of the I'arillc. When I go back
to Japan 1 will tell with much pleas
me to the commeiclal body of our
lountiy about jour favor, and your
kindness to us will be gratefully ac
knowledged by the whole Japanese
i. .r, Icn
'"lhlj eteiilng I have heard many
pleasant eulogies of Japan and high
piaUe fi III) self, for which I huvo to
thank (he pievlous speakers, and 1
u'.uil lo lemlnd ont'j moic the fact
Dial the million between (ho two
Kieut unt.ons. Hulled Stutes and
Japan, Is not of today. ,
"Iteally, whatever Japan Is today
l due to Ameica Since Commudoie
I'eify opened olli doois home titty
years ago, the people of Japan lfuve
leiognlzed the fait (hat America
was theli friend mid they know thai
Ameilca has ever Interested herself
In the progiess and development of
Japan along lines of education, in
dustry and commercial and social In-
"1 wish to adil heio that In my
visit lo Ameilca at this time I had
the plcabiiio of meeting Admiral
Itodgeis, (he commander In chief of I
Pugel Sound Naval Station, who Is
the giauiUou of Great Commodore
Perry, and his nephew, who Is ulso
the dcHjcndnnt of Commodore Perry
"Of uiuibo tlio purpose of my visit
,lo those waters In lomniand of thu
MRS. J. H JDNES DEAD
Mrs. John II. Jones, wife of John II.
Junes of Mclnerny's shoo sloro, died
suddenly yesterday afternoon from
heart failure. Mrs. Jones was before
her mnrrtuco Miss Julia 1C. Hush. De
cides her husband, Mrs. Jones leaves
n little daughter, Thelma, age ono
year and (seven months, and a sou,
Melvlllo, ago seven months, to mourn
'FAILS TO REPLY
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llei'ip. i' '. it ill t N.'V -ihl falle I to
jriifwiT In ih' Cn ci t Cmihi ii ilie io-
cei-dlngs brmth: niltirt hel and the
i Hllo Sintn' Cump my In loieelo e ,i
moitisti'te i.f ."i mi Cecil llrown II. M.
i von Holt .illil A. N. Campbell liustees
I of the it it if I.' nes Caiupbi II today
Hied u motlt.n for n lii'cc" po cou
, fesso wh'Mi' me ins ll a lowed, the
inorlg.ige l'l In- fo; er'oi-eil mil the
, defendant minimi. The Illlo Sugir
Company iccntl) filed a discl.ilnier,
lit which they KM forth that they hud
no Intel cut In the pioperl) wlntovei,
which Is located ut P.uu. ilil.i. Il.iw.ill.
i SPORTS OFLIHUE
TO HAVE BIG DAY.
I.lhue will have a good day's sport
on (ho l'oiiilh, and besides hoi so rac
ing will have 41 gieat ball g.uue us the
following extract fioin The Garden Ul
Tlio I.lhuc Athletic Club baseball
team has challenged (ho crack Kapaa
Kealla team to a game which will set
tle the much discussed question as to
which Is the better of the two (earns.
The game will bo played at WnliMiull
rsco track at tho Fourth of July races,
which will bo held on Monday the fifth,
mid wl'l begin at nine, o'clock In tho
"At the last meeting of (his Hoard,
the Committee on l.lcctilc Lights was
Instructed to Investigate, the needs
of tho city ns far as lighting Is con
cerned, mid to rciort nt the next meet
ing. This Is (he flrct meeting since
tho InBt one," shrieked Supervisor Ay
lett when the lighting question came
up Inst night.
Just why he should lulU' hiH'tl to
excited was not patent, but there was
evidently tomethlng that wrought him
up Immensely, when Qiilnri demanded
(that some steps bo taken to guard pen
'pie against running oil the wharfs In
Finally the matter waa left up to
the committee and a report will bj
made In the near future, for Qiiinu
won't allow tho matter to he forgotten
Our Midsummer Sale of
Begins Thursday, July 1st
Whitney & Marsh
B'llletin Businrw Office Phon 230.
"ltM' rJttn-l Ponm Phnn IH.
n a u :: r. a u n :: a :t a it
afternoon. Just lictore Hie horse rac
ing which will begin :i( eleven. The
tennis have nover played logedier, ns
yet. Among the Uhite players will be
young Glalsyer, a brother or Dr. Olals
yer. who Ih n crack player from (he
Cuart mid who will nrrho In Llhuo
from Honolulu next Wednesday.
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We want to see all our old cus-
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'l-or Rent" erds on ale
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Plain heavy iron beds, in solid colors, white or creaTi, at very reasonable prices.
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Rugs of all qualities. Luc curtains in great variety.
These are the first arrival of goods purchased personally in Stn Fiancisco by our Mr. Bailey.
More due on the Alameda,
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Comer King and Alakca.
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