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THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL! ADVERTISER, HONOLULU, MARCH 24, qo2.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
Auctioneer and Broter
Sent to your Home.
"Why not order a lox of Saro. i'p fine candies when tele
phoning for the groceries. The Alameda his just
brought U3 the most delicious
Fresh Chocolate Creams
and Krehch Creams.
We sell them in 1-lb, and 2 lb boxes. Something
very nice is our stock of Crystallzed Ginger and
(Jrueiibagen's Crjstalized Fruits, Mixed Candies,
Gruenhagen'a Eating Chocolates and Chocolate Lady
Fingers. Remember just a telephone message will
bring these to your door
65 QUEEN STRKET,
P. O. Box 594. Telephone 72
Get Ready For
See Our Grand
Display of . . .
1 NEW FLOWERS
The Latest, The Best, The Cheapest
BE WISE and leave your
Millinery order with us.
ALSO ON SHOW THIS WEEK
New Curtain Ret;
. NEW FISHER NET
NEW FLORAL SAVISS
All at Special Prices
For Easter F u rn ish i ngs
We Are the People
L Bo Kerr & Co
ON'SUL A. De Souza Canavarro
was welcomed back to Hawaii,
after his extended trip to hi
mother country, by the Portuguese cit
izens of Honolulu Saturday evening.
The greeting given to the beloved offl
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cial representative of their native land
by the members of the colony, was
hearty and spontaneous, and until
late hour with dancing and general
merrymaking the younger generation
St. Antonio Hall was the scene of the
reception, and the great room was
beautifully decorated for the occasion
Behind the chairs set for the chief
guest and the members of the commit
tee were hung two large Portuguese
flaers and about the walls were the
banners of that nation and this, inter
sptrsed with greens and flowers, which
served to brighten the room. A fea
ture of the decorations were portraits of
the King and Queen of Portugal, which.
bearing their autographs, were placed
upon the piano. The portraits were
sent to the society by their majesties,
through Consul Canavarro.
It was 8 o'clock when the consul, es
corted by Messrs. Gonsaives and Silva,
of the committee which had in charge
the reception, entered the hall. The
Concordia Hand, concealed by palms,
played the Portuguese anthem and the
audience rose while it was being ren
dered. Immediately following a gener
al reception was held, and the consul
shook hands with and greeted every
one present. After the reception Senhor
Canavarro addressed the guests In re
sponse to their welcome. In brief, he
"31 y first idea cn my return was to
ask the Portuguese to meet with me
that we might talk about what I saw
in our dear old native land. 3Iy plans
were halted as soon as I was informed
that my countrymen wanted to cele
brate the return of their old friend, of
20 years. I hope to meet you again for
the purpose that I mentioned, in the
meantime I tender you my thanks for
your hearty good wishes. I take this
opportunity, however, to tell you of the
great Interest that Is felt In our coun
tryjn the Portuguese colony of Hawaii,
a proof of which was given me by the
spontaneity with which oijr King and
Queen sent to you their portraits, which
I have presented to the Portuguese So
ciety, which represents the majority of
our colony. Again I extend my aloha to
the Portuguese of Hawaii."
Following the reception there was a
concert, the following program belnjj
Ifymno Fortugui-z S. M. pon IVdro IV
Mlxa May Gonsaives.
Liberty Btll 'Sousa
All.-s Lottie Murca.lino.
Salon Stuck Lichner
Miss Adeline Franca.
Magnetic Sounds Theo. Marres-Tobani
Misses Mary and Lilly Salter.
Piano Solo. Fairy Jiarque"..Smallwood
Miss Maggie Ilolllnger.
Song, "They Can't Do It, You Know"
Piano, Miss Lottie Marcallino.
Violin, Miss Lillie Salter.
Piano Duet. Gallop Kichard Kllenberg
M!s.se May and Clotilda Gonsaives.
Piano Solo, Waltz, Kdolweiss Glide....
F. E. Vanderllck
Miss Louise Salter.
Scarf Drill, with Piano Lottie Marcallino
Mi.se. Nellie and Masgle Carey. Mary
Moniz. Philomena Perry, Nell'e Hol
linner. Olympia Franca. Annie Gon
saives, Clotilda. Gonsaives.
P.lU Bella of Scotland F. Alexander
Piano. Miss Louise Salter.
Violins, Misses Annie Gonsaives and
The Holy City Stephen Adams
Misses Mary Gonsaives. Lottie Mar
callino and. Lilly Salter.
My Queen Waltz Pierre Latour
Miss Clotilda Gonsaives.
Piano Duet, St. Paul Waltz Vaas
Mis? MaBjrie Gonsaives and Ade
riano Solo. "Write a Letter From
Home" Ch. Grabe
Miss Mary Salter.
Corrine Grand March.. Chas W. Kremer
Miss Lottie Marcallino.
Between the parts of the program the
ball was inaugurated, and the dancing
was thereafter Interspersed by musi
cal selections. Refreshments were
served during the evening and the af
fair was made one of the most enjoy
able that has drawn members of the
colony together for a long time. Thf-re
were present all the leading members
of the colony, invitations bc-in.ir prac
tically confined to the folk from tho
mother land, though a few othr
friends of the consul dropped in durin?
the evening to pay their respects to
TWO-STORT HOUSE! In the Mc
Carthy tract, Beretarila street, between
Piikoi and Keaumoku streets.
JAS. P. MORGAN,
C5 Queen Street
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4- Oermanla and Clover (.oa-T.,
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Iron Material for Railroad Cars f.
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Mishit) U fit uUhhl
6t5 Quop.n Street.
P. 6. Bax 514. Tt!2;I?sa3 17L
letropolitan Meat Go., Ltd.
FRESH filEATS AND FISH
By Every Steamer from the
Coast that has Cold 8torage.
Choico Beef, Veal, Mutton, Lamb
and Pork always on hand, also
Poultry, Salmon and Halibut.
FOR SALE AT
The Metropolitan Meat Co., King Street; Telephone 65.
The Booth, Fishmarket; Telephone 379.
Central Market, Nuuanu Street; Telephone 104.
r 1 I 1 z s
Corner of Nuuanu and Hotel Streets.
NEW GOODS receired by erery steamer from Japan.
It-ti'imtCii ui'. m
Cpen all tHe "STear rcand
Bartlett Springs Hotel,
Xjalsa CovLiitjr, California.
Ever Californian knows of the Health Giving qualities of the
Famous Bartlett Springs Water
This water is bottled an J sold by all dealers,
also at all Drug Stores.
LOVEJOY & CO
Sole Distributors for the Territory of Hawaii.