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' !.' , DAILY HONOLULU PRfeSS, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 2I 1886. ,
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TISK&H OF SVJtuaitlPTlOX.
Six months? .Yf i. J.OO
Three months.-. .. t.50
"Pet month .50 cts
Subteripii IV""e A.dattt.
Brier communications Jroiu all part' of the Kingdom
will alwT,B acceptable. , , .
, ! AJl matters intended 'for. publication, as will as
and advertisements, should b
f jaddessed Jo
',. Daily Honolulu Pmss, Honolulu, H. 1
' f' AiIrertiMments must b handed In before 9 si., to
ensure prompt insertion.
Arthdr Johnstone f Editor and Prop'r,
,,WJiDNESDAY JUNE 2, 1886.
It would be- strictly in accordance
" with parliamentary usage if the
of "the present Legislature would
be satisfied after saying a thing once
in place of repeating it two or a dozen
times in the course of a speech. We
merely suggest this as it has been suggested
to-us that more than a week of the
present session, has already been wasted
in this sort of but rather
r i diffusely democratic, and, profoundly
tautological display of rhetoric.
ti"; .In the Legislative Assembly jester-'
r, day'ihe time 'of the House; after
'tine "busiRes"s was disposed of, was
fully taken up by the reading by Hon.
"ilfV Thurston of his reply to the mandate
of the Assembly requiring' iiirri to
apologize for certain words, uttered by
,.him11oh the floor of the House.-and in
i'thediscussion following the reading.
' ..'For various reasons it is to be re
gretted that the length of Hon, Mr.
Thurston's communication which
cupied abput half Tanhour in the reading
jmakes it impracticable' to,
. duce it in our columns-entire. One of
j those reasons is that to give even a
synopsis of it-would not be doing' the
"document justice, as it .should be read,
as it-was considered by the Assembly,
;as a whole..
There' piesented -in the
- - were points
address that were good. The
' ical display was effective, and the
.action, of the speaker in keeping with
But as an "apology" the address
..must, be counted a failure. There was
so much lack of sincerity and true
penitence evinced in the peroration in
which was embodied references to the al-
,,lege,d insult and so many 'reservations
madcin its apologetic passages, that a.
large majority of the members of the
.Assembly came to the conclusion that
. ' no' real apology Jiad been lnide; and
iby a -vote to seven re-'
'fused to accept the address as such.
- .' Asye said before, the Assembly considered
the address as a whole;
and. in our opinion, the decision'
respecting it was.a perfectly just and
- A' word in reference' to Hon',
ber Thurston's remarks on the opinions
advanced-editorially in tljis paper prior
; to.the introduction of the resolution by
the Minister of Finance. Mr. Thurs
ton In his address of yesterday accused
us of being actuated by "personal
-spite" in the expression of our opinion
as to his motives in bringing forward
the amendment for which he was required
- In this Mr. Thurston is altogether
mistaken. We spoke as we did with'
out "spite" ajid only because we be'
" lievedthe leading impulse inciting Md
Thurston to be what we said it was;
and because we are what we profess to
be, independent of all persons or par-
ti'es'in our discussion of the words and
acts of public men in public places.
"We would add, that had any one of
. 'the Ministerial veteran? in the Assembly
been guilty of a like breah of
raentary decorum we should have
such a one much more torch
'bijTthan we did Mr. Thurston, because
.his -greater parliamentary experience
; 'would hare aggravated theoffanse.
& ,'- "A. ' reverend cpntlpman of Morris-
.'town recently had occasion to visit
Brdckyillc on business, and the HeaUh
Officer On his return insisted that he
irfoujd be vaccinated. To this he submitted
, qnietjy. On h?s arrival home
his''u:iendsasked him why m the world
he did not tell the officer that he had
had the smpox. "I declare said
ie, "I fbrgot'to state that fact to him."
r -Th. tin denosits of New South
w'aiPR are estimated bv the Colonial
geologists to cover an area' of p,440r
TWENTY SEVENTH DAY.
House met pursuant ib adjournment,
at 10 o'clock a.m.) the President,
Hon. J. S. Walker, in the Chair. After
prayer by the Chaplain, and clU
jng . of the roll, th"e minutes of the
previous day's session were read and
after amendment, approved.
Hon. member Kauhane presented
a petition" from' KaU asking that two
individuals named be paid $43.25 for
work done, by them on the road by
direction of the Road Supervisor.
Referred to Finance Committee.
' Hon. member KaukaU presented a
petition frqm Kaariapali asking that
pay of mail carrier in that District be
raised to $6.00 per week. Referred to
Cornmittee on Public Lands and Improvements.
Hon. member Dickey presented a
petition asking that the Court-house in
Makawao, Maui, be moved to Paia,
where the most people lived, and that
$2,000 be appropriated to meet the ex
pense of the change. Referred to
Committee on Public Lands.
Hon. member Castle presented a
petition signed by a large number of
Chinese protesting against the proposed
tax on Chinese. Laid on the "table to
be considered with the -bill relating to
the subject introduced By the Attorney
Hon. member Aholo from the Fi
nance Committee reported as printed
part of the " report of the
Committee. The Hon. member
explained that the committee had
tnougnt it Dest to nave printed irom
time to time such portions of their
report as was finished, in order that
members might be guided in their consideration
of items, in the Appropriation
His Excellency the Minister of the
Interior reported back as printed: An
act to repeal thclaw to mitigate, and
an act concerning prisoners working
out their sentences:1
His Excellency the Minister of Fi
nance gave notice of an act to promote
mail communications between this
country and Japan. Also read for the
first time an act to" provide for the
of sundry bills incurred by His
Majesty's' Charaberiain 'on account of
the Coronation, amounting to $21,-
572.12. Also read an act to proTide
for the preservation of the archives of
the Kingdom. Both passed to second
Hon. mernber' Brown read for the
first time an act to provide for the
.injection of steam boilers afloat and
ashore. Passed to second reading
Hon. member Thurston rose and
stated that the Assembly had voted to
have him apologize that day for certain
words uttered on the floor of the
House, and he was, now ready to do
so. 'The Hon. member then proceeded
to read a lpng and carefully
worded address. Commencing with
the chronological history of the events
that lead up to the introduction of the
resolution, the. -address; reviewed at
length all the incidents connected
with the matter up to the time of speak
At tiieconciusionot tneaddresstne
Hon. member apologized to the As
sembly by stating that he knew his
language was unparliamentary arid was
Sorry he had uttered them, As for the
insult to the . .Ministers the Hon.
member slated that if the Cabinet
hadbeen. composed' solely of the
Mihister of Foreign Affairs, the - Minister
of the Inferior, and the Attorney
Ueneral, the amendment would never
have been made by him. He asked
tobe excused from apologizing to the
Minister of Finance.
Hon. member Keau moved that the
apology be accepted, During the debate
that followed, Hon. member
Kaulukou moved to not accept the
apology, and to indefinitely postpone
it. House took a recess to 1:30 P.M.
Just . previous to adjournment the
Secretary read a communication from
Rev. Dr. Hyde, on behalf of the
Trustees of the Kawaiahao Female
'Seminary, inviting the member's of the
Assembly to attend the exercises at the
Church (this) Wednesday
afternoon at 1:30 o'clock.
Upon re-assembling Hon. member
Kaulukou resumed his remarks upon
his motion which he. renewed.
His Excellency the Minister of Foreign
Affairs seconded the motion to rei
ject the apology, His Excellency
spoke at same length on the subject.'
Hon. members Keau, Dickey,
Dolei Aholo and Minister Neumann,
took part in the debate on the
His Excellency the Attorney General
moved to amend the motion to accept
so that it would read "That the
statement made by the Hpn. merribe'r
from Molokal and Lanai is an apology
which the House accepts," In offer
ing tne amendment ms jixceiiency
said he did so as, he did not wish to
have the statement called an apology
for he did not thipk it was one.
Hon, member Dole was of the opinion
that the House would stultify itself
by voting as to whether the apologr
should be accepted or not, The House
had voted that the apology should b
made, and it fiatHiccn made, The
Hon, member also called, attention to
n imvj ('
the fact that Hon, member KablGkbu
had made a motion to "ihdefjnijcly
postpone." He, the speaker,, ivould
like to know what there was to ih'de'tf
initely postpone?" v-
The President ruled that there' was
nothing to take such action on. Tltc
amendment proposed by the Attorney
.General was then put and lost. The
ayes and noes were called for on the
motion to accept the apology which
was lost by the following vote; Noes
Ministers: Gibson, Gulick, Kapcniand.
Neumann. Nobles: Kuihclani and
Parker. Members": Hayselden,
Litfkalani, Baker, Kauhi. AmaraT'Ka'u'f
i!- t;..i..ti.; 'vl. Vt.
liu, rv.iuiua.uu, i ruma, rk.uuiiiiiu.uiu,
hint), K'ekba, AK0I0, Kaiikau, Kauai
and .PalohaU, 22,. . Ayes'-'-Members:
Browri, WifeHt, Castle, Dickey,
ole and Dole, 7.
The House then adjourned to 10
o'clock (this Wednesday morning.
FANCY PASTRY COOK
' Respectfully informs the public of HonilulU anil
the Islands generally that he intends to furnish i as
soon as the needed appliances arrWe, all the different
Practically known .to him, comprising more than fifty
different kinds Fancy Creams, Tootie FruUy, Sour-.
lies, ana many more. 100 numerous 10 mention ncrc,
nil of "which he has had prartlal experience 'with at
the I imperial Courts of Vienna and the Royal Confectionery
cf Bat aria. All steam-power-made articles in
this line are far superior to any handmade.
Proprietor Pioneer Steam Candy Fac
tory and Ornamental Confectioner.
FACTORY AlfD STORE,
No. 71 Hotel Sreet. Between Fort and
Beth Telephones, No. 74.
V S. Special arrareeraents made reeardine crices
orders, which it will be impossible for any one
eisexo compere wnn. 334qw
Will find it to their advantage to order
Creams,' Fruit, Claret, Ma'deira, Melon,
MillcFruit, Champagne, Mar
And any other Water Ices desired.
Proprietor Pioneer Steam Candy Factory and Practical
Confectioner. . "
Hawaiian Opera House
POSITIVELY THREE NIGHTS
Grand Opening Nighty Sa(yt June 5th.
THE GREAT COMEDIANS,
Ib their World-Renowned Entertainment,
A FULL STRING ORCHESTRA.
For further particulars, see programmes.
Box plan at Wiseman's. Prices, Si, 75 cts,, 50 cts.
'-pH RUM'S BINDERY..
This Popular Bindery, located at
107, Fort Street, will be able in its settled
quarters to do even more satisfactory
work than that which has gained it such
libtral patronage and such willing appreciation
from the Honolulu trade,
At This Complete Bindery
newspapers, magazines, pampnlets, and
heet music are neatly and simply or
elegantly and sumptuously bound, as
taste and pocket may demand. Old
books are carefully and firmly rebound .
All Descriptions' or Blank
Books are made o order at as low
rates as are consis eht with first-class
work. The Bindery is now using
Weston's "Record" arid " Ledger '
paper for all first-class work, A large
nvoice of this justly' celebrated stock
has just been received fr'pm New York.
Orders Left at T. G, Thrum's
Fort Street Stork WILL HAVE
Card of TlianTs.
HBADfjR's tt. Vt DEbonit Po'sTi No. 45
UErT. CALIFORNIA, U. A. K.,. n
Honolulu, II. I., June 1st, 1886;
THl. fninmnmlnr tf ifllk PWF Ilio
ApporlunHy to publicly, tfcnder the Incere
thapjes of the Comrades, (o Jlis Mijeity the
Klng,',for;'innumerab!e and continuous favors;
M) Excellency, Gov. J no. p., Do'min'c,
lot allowing tlte military companies with the
RoynLHawAtiaaBandto jeScott the Post! to
the ladles 16 whole kindness and exertions" our
neCoril af lite church, b"u( a
the cemetery and Y. M, C. A. Hall, was'so
charming and abundant) to the citizens who
so kindly acceeded to. the renuest to close
their jespectfve places of business, thus enabling
Uieir employees to participate with us
on the hallowed Jay; to the trustees of the
Y. M. C. A. for the gratuitous use, of their
hall,' to those who so abundantly furnished
fiowers, with other things heedful, which
lis to properly carry out the exercises,
which makes "Memorial Day" one to look
forward to, not a distinctive day, but one in
which all, regardless of nationality, creed or
color, meet in "God's Acre," to beautify the
last resting places of loved ones, and which
it Is hope'd will be perpetuated.
. W. L.A.IME,
J. P. NoliLE, Adft. 333.11
A baV ' jIaue. 'BRANDED
LOST, on right hip. jStrayed, last Saturday,
from Sam Sling's place, in Pnuoa Valley.
The above reward will be paid upon return of
the mare to No. 129 Kunu street. 233-1 w
VLL SPECIAL ORDERS FOR'MILK,
XTl. Butter, or Cream, left at Davis St W-der's
(Telephone No. Ijo) on any morning
before eleven O'clock Willi be filled ith reasonable
promptness, by tne Woodlawn, Dairy
and Stock Company;
232.1m' Secretary W. D. & S. Co.
TOr'ANY PEOPLE MAGINE THAT
XTX i"c alu "uur "u uii ii(c marKi is
similar to that introduced a year or two ago.
Such is not the case. The" Ald'en Fruit and
Taro Company, sparing neither pains nor capital,
by new and improved machinery, sue.
cccucu in iiruuuciuE an article lar superior in
every Jespect than the flour" first made. From
all parties who have given the' Taro Flour a
fair trial, having been careful to' follow the
directions, closely, but one response is heard,
viz., that Taro Flour is all and much more
than is claimed.for it.
232.1' E. A. BIELENBERG.
Convenient nd NEATLY, FURNISHED
.KUUMSSiwIe or Uouble, can be had at
No, 1 Ktrt.UI STREET (near Fort.)
T'HE.UNDERSIGNED 1 at the new
Government Dispensary, and will be prepared
to hear. applications for the relief df those rendered
destitute by the late fire, from 9 o'clock
A. M, ,to,4 r. it. daily.
Those Wishing to engage labor are also requested
to leave their orders here. .
FRANK H. AUSTrN,
Agent of the Cabinet Relief Committee.
To Whom It May Concern.
Office of Wm, T. Withers,
Prop'r Fairlawn Stock Farm
Lexinoton, Ky., March 30, 1886
This is to certify that the bearer. .Wallace
Jackson, has at various times been in my em
ploy, and 1 can confidently- recommend him
as thoroughly, .capable, to take care of fine
horse stock. While with me he was al
ways honest, prompt and capable. He worked
for me here at Fairlawn. and also at His Ma-
jesty's stables in Honolulu, and at both places
1 always looked upon mm as my best groom.
(Signed,) R. S. WITHERS,
Manager of Fairlawn Farm.
Mr. Wallace Jackson's Stables are situated
on the corner of Queen and Punchbowl streets,
where horses will be taken to board "by the
week-day or month., Horses broken to harness.
specialty. Telephone, Bell, 274? Mutual,
E. B. THOMAS,
Contractor & Builder.
Estimates firsts on iK tisjt of
lirick, Iron, Stone and Wooden
corntrof Alike ud Qucei Sts.
Mutual Telephone, No. 585.
IIOJSrOIiTJIjTJ', - - H. I
The Central Cigar Stand,
At Wiseman's Office,
Where you will (Sod
CHOICE BKANDS OF CIGARS;
And "The Best" Cigarettes In Honolulu.
All, the 'efancv smokers" patronise THE CEN-
TRAL CIGAR stand; "O-'I
S. M. CARTER,
Wood and Goal Merchant.
No, 8a Kino Street.
Telephone Number, iq both CWpanles, 18;.
Wood and Coal orders are hereby solicited, and
will be delirered at any locality wjlhft the city limits,
Departure Bay Coal, INowtuutle Coal,
Hard and' Soft AVood, awed and split always o
hlod, and sold in chastities to suit,
OHr for ! to uriTi pet
Mrk amy TTON&
H bbU. crtuhml Sur, "
Cam FruerVAxU GmM,
1.1SCS tio lilMKll..,.
libit. No-1 Kama.
. 1 Cuu WhMlUrTvn,
bbli. Wilminjlon Tu,
Bl NuTjr Onkura,
Cues Et Ijirrt Oil, -,
Clnm)Mo&iV Iroa Sfa
VtAt. Dulrr Suit,
BbU. Cment, iK nd in. Oi.Boirt,
Ck Ax and Pick Hatadlu',
Canjil UarroWs, , . ,
Bbli. Ex Prfmt Pork,
Ktg. Nn , ,
CumUtUnd Coil k blV,
Whit Wood Lumber,
, Wnlnut Lumber, -Ah
- Eastern White Flat Lmalxr,
RtfriKeVxton, , "
Electric & "Downer's Kerosene Oil
Ketchup and (,'odhsh Ball',
rieh Cowder and Ghetkine
Cases Sausage Meat,
Caies Huckin'a Tomato Soup,
Cases lliickin's Hock. Turtle Soup,
Cases Huckin's Ox Tall Soap,
Coutrifiiaal . !LIialiflf,
Dacltees, Lime Wash Hoards,
Casea Chairs, Cotton Waste, -
Caseif Yellow Metal 'Sheathing, .
KeB's Yellow M. Sheathing
Twine, Balej Duck.
Hide Poison, Linseed 1,
Cases Bi'divn Soap,
X tbl. Mineral Paint,
Book Cases, Assorted,
Cxtemion Top Carriage,
Case Curled Hair,
Drum9 of Caustic Soda.
'L.V.ITV.El Sc OO.
,No.-34 'Fort' St.; block Building,
Have received a consignment 'of tW osost Economic :
and Yluable Feed i for all kinds' of.stocV; viz :
if'.ViJ 41 .-
COOKED LINSEED MEAL.
Jit greatest Flesh former, Milk aad Uuttftr pro
ducer in use.'.
Oil Cake Meal show about '7 per.etnt of autrhiru
matter.; this nearly 39 ir cent. '
100 lbs. of this mealis -equal to 300 lbs. ot oats', or
318 lbs. of corn, or tp 767 lbs. of wheat bran. -.
usual supply of the best kinds of
Hay, Oats, Wheat, Corn, Etc. Etc-
Which is offered at the Lowest Market Ratee, an"
delirered froe to any part of the dtr.p '
Agents for th
Pacific Mutual Life In3uranc;Co."of California
Agents for the HOOVER TELEPHONX"
of Deeds for the State f California
W. S. LUCE,
Wi and Spirit ifeli
Has jtnt received per "Australia'
"Century" Whjsky in .bulk,
na's" Kentucky Whisky in case,
Celery, Beef and Iron. .-
Also has for sale, ' - '
"Delmonico's" Champagne, -1
"George Goulet," . ' .
' "St. Marceaux & Co.,", Etc..
California "Wines Sold by the Single
Gallon, Case or Keg.
Corner Fort and Hotel Streets.
Livery, Boarding, and Sale Stables.
Cairiages for hire at all hours of the day or night!
also, conveys ol all kinds for partiea going around
Excellent bddlc Horses lor Ladies and Gen.
Uemeu. Guaranteed Gentle ,
Large and small omnibus foi picnics and eicursioi
parties, carrying from 10 lo 40 passengers, can alway
bf secured by special arrangements.
The Lone Branch Bathing- House can' always
be secured for picnic or eacursion parties by applrtm
at the office.
TautritONE No. 14.
JAS. DODD, Proprlttet
LKGAL CAP PERFECTION PADS,
HODDER'S LETTER PADS
Letter. Cap and Note Blocks of first quality paper.
Legal Cap, Letter and Note Blocks of ruled,
Mapilla paper, claln Memo, and Note
blocks, M. & II. form blocks '
for Gills, Statements,
Or Paper PUf UP In ANY FORM Desire
BU TltOH. a. TTlllVlVa
6o Fort STar.
CARDS,. BUSINESS CARDS
VISITING MENU CARDS
eaa had to orjer atthej .;.,; . u
PREM FUBLISW1NO COS. OfflClT.
WM. G. IRWIN
Sole Agents for the
- 'v- , m
ARti PREPAR15D TO OFFER SPECIAL- INDUCEMENTS TO PLAN
TATION AND SHIPPING AGENTS. '
Tnro Flour i packed in suitable containers for transshipment between the
Islands and for foreign shipment. Special orders will be received and packed
in any style required.
The new method of making Poi out
time from a U to ONLY ONE HOUR.
bag has been discarded. There. 'is no
the purpose, tor it can be cooked at the
being prepared. ' .
Take an agate iron or porcelain lined saucepan, aind pour' into it one part
of Taro Flour to two parts of watef.( Mix well 'i'n be, wo there' .are no
lumps, riace tne saucepan over a.gooci
a wooden spoon pf stick, until it berorues
live minutes, auuuruiiig tu iicui cuipiucu. nici 11 is inter,
stirring is necessary,- adding n little warm wsitcr from,timtj.to lime tp prevent
its getting too thipic. Let it sim.mer for nearly ,an 'hour, and .be almost as
stiff as paiai that is, quite thick. Put it into a calabash dr large bowl, and
let it stand from two t6 three days, when it will become nice dnd tart.'
Should the Poi show a tendency to become cloggy or lunipy, it can easily
be remedied by smoothing down with a pcttato masher or "wooden spoon.
, Person's preferring sweet Poi will find that by cook'ing' the flour according
to the above instructions while nreuarine their eveninu meal, and .-letting it
stand overnight, it will be in proper condition for use vu the following morning.
French-Pattern Bonriets, NewStr:.pcids,
.Ribbons... Tnriiniirigfs, - Flower's' '.
..V ib eatlrers; rMrrientsf Cu? '-
KT 'iretf tbi, ,2'9ffi 'adtS'Dth.
You kre Respectfully
Corner Fort and Hotel Sts.,
& TARO 60.
of TARO FLQU.R haSireduced the
The old method of. cooking it in a
'need of ( building' afire'specialjy for
same time mat tne orainary mcai u
lire ana sur tnes no.nr ana water witn
thick, which Mill take from three to
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the Eastern. States ancf Eurane. 7rMri Call
falthfuljy at'tende to, ne G.ppdl delivered t
orders lolieiteei. Satisfaction arantd, TotU
.. , . i-iy-
Staple and Fancy Grocorie,
Grain, Etc. , ' VV
'STE'AMEft ARRIL. ,
Satisfaction Guifikf eed..' - . . :
Aa a- Hair
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3Snt Oorner 3""ort
New Goods received tY ererv nacket from
fornia Produce by every steamer, All order?
any pari of the citrree of charee. Island
tr ee box jno. 145) trirpbone tin. 92 ,
Importer's arid Dealers in
FRESH GOODS BY EVERY
JOE HOUSE GOODS'
IiUnd Orders Solicited,
r. o. Sor, or, Telephone