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HAWAII iPRQGREsst HOLOMUA.
Te Life of tln.e Land Is Established, in. 3SigCb.teovis2a.ess-'
Vol. I. No. 9.
HONOLULU, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1893.
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IMPORTERS AND .
China and Japan Tea.
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12 in., 1 to 4 p.m. 3T Sundays
excepted. ' 1
ESTABLISHED -A. D. 18(53
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Ice Cream Parlors
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? S Ornamentcr
In all branches of he business on
AMERICAN. FRENCH, ENG
LISH and GERMAN
PASTRIES MADE TO ORDER.
Wedding and Birth-day
Made of the very best material,
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t Encouraging For The Annexa
THk late venerable Dr. Macgo--wan.
whose oh tup is well kuown
in Japan, recently made dis
covery which in point of startling,
interest is worth sorions attention
at the hands of tlm scientific
world. It is nearly thirty y-rs
since the indefatigable doctor
revertled to us the mysteries of
million wine manufacture nmong;
the Mongols. He now informs
us o a most astonishing race ot
Manchnrinn monkeys, who have
made incrodible progress in tho
arts of wine brewing and pottery..
It does not ppe;tr that Dr. -Mncgowan
either saw the iuou-
keys or t:sted the liquor; but in?
the course of a recent journey to.
Yung-ping, in tho neighbour
hood of the Great "Wall, he seenia "
to 'lave conv across a late addition-
of tie official history of Tuug
ping. which states that a short ' ,
time ago a large body of ini;--migrating
monkeys passed n cer
biin village iu cios-ing from one
mount.. in to uno her. Tho boys
of the village clapped their hands '
and shouted at tho spectacle, andi T
the monkeys, be ng frightened, .
fled, taking their young in tbm
arms, but dropping m their flight' '
a number of earthen vessels, some " ' 1
of which hold a quart. On.
opeuing these, tl e vilhigoi-s foanQ 0
they contained two kipdsof wine,
a pink and a g'-een. that had'
been made from mountain beries.
It is said that the rnonlces-stMEa -:
this liquor for use in tho winter '
when the water is all forzen. Dr.
Macgowanadds thatthe chronic
ljrcites ana'ithorwhoaffirmsthaV ' f
in Szechuan there are monkeya-
who manufacture wine, and ho- $!
gives the following anecdote ill- ,
evidence. A party of villagers-who-
desired to try tho quality f
of the monkeys' wine, placed
unobserved a groat feast near ther
monkeys' caves, and then hid?--
themselves. On discovering tho
food the monkeys wont to their
c ives- nd brought out theirliquoi.
without which the feast could1'
not be enjoyed. At that moment
tuo villagers Tiished o t of thix
hi.Jitig-place, and the monkeys,
forthwith scampered off, leaving
the wine, with which their huir.tii
relations made themselves merry.
Dr. Macg -wan adds that ho Lusi
met in his Chinese reading ar
arcou it of mot keys in Chekiang.
who pound fruit in stone mortars
to mitke into wine, and he atks;
"Is it likely that all tUsti
statements are pure inventions?"
Thus far the Tientsin Correspon
dent of the A". C. Daily News, to
whom wo are indebted for theso
particulars. It has long hcu
known that monkeys are fond
wine, and get tipsy when they
have the chance; still, it wo aid
have been more satisfactory if.
Dr. Mfcgowan had had ocular
demonstration of these remark
able statements. Meanwhile, wo
notice that Mr. Carner is making;
wonderful progress In teaching?
African monkeys to talk. Ha
has returned io the coast, gays
our contemporry, the proud pos-
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