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DAILY HONOLULU PRESS, THURSDAY, JUNE 3, 1886.
The Legislature will
o'clock this morning.
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Since the Aldcn Fruit and Taro
Company removed to No. r2S Fort
street. threcdoors above the Shooting
Gallery, they have been visited by
nearly Three Thousand persons. These
visitors hac railed to witness the new
method of making Poi out of the celebrated
Taro Flour, and in all cases
have gone awaY satisfied that the Poi
thus made cannot be excelled. has
been proved that Taro Flour eaten
any shape is a sure preventive against
Typhoid fever. Call at the Company's
office and satisfy yourself.
The steamei Iwalani will arrive from
Kauai this morning.
meet at ten
The old IntcrnationalHotelon Rose
lane, is being lornjdowm y
mv " -Services
were held in the different
churches as usual last evening.
The monthly meeting of the Honolulu
Rifles was held at the Artnory last
The steamer T. I. Dowsett arrived
from Paia, Maui, yesterday, morning,
and sailed again in the afternoon. r .
One arrest for assault and battery,
and one drunk constituted the arrests
made,up to ten o'clock last evening:
Attention is called to the
in another column, giving the
'method o'f niak'ing poi in one hour out
of taro flour.
H. R. H. Princess Liliuokalatii
holds a monthly reception at her residence
between three and five o'clock
A meeting" of the British Benevolent
Association will be held in the rooms
of the British Club at half past seven
o'clock this -evening.
The schooner Mary C. Bohm was
sighted in the, Kauai channel last Sunday
by the- schooner Emma. The
Bohm was heading for Kauai when first
sighted, but was put about and headed
Messrs. " E. P. Adams & Co. have
been instructed to sell at public auction,
the entire household furniture
belonging to Mr. T. fl. Davies, at the
residence, Nuuanu Valley, on Wednesday,
Jurie.oth, The premises will be
open for inspection, on Tuesday, June
8th, frovm ten o'clock' in the morning to
three o'clock in th'e afternoon.
Order of tho Day.
Second reading of an act amending
Section 3 of Session Laws of 1884
Second reading of an ac! extending
the time of sitting of commissioners of
private ways and water rights. Second
reading of an act to provide a permanent
settlement fQtT. W. Everett.
An Important Committee
A Committe of fiye members of the
Legislature Messrs. Kaunamanu,
Castle, Kaai, Lilikalani and Paehaole,
have been directed by the Assembly to
visit the , Leper Settlement and report
on the same. The Committee leave
here at noon of Saturday next, in the
Eleu'probjtbly',and will return in time
for the'sestion of Monday next.
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A fire started ' yesterday in the
wooden huildtng lately erected on the
site of the old American House
latter bers;(b)irned during the late fire
but HfVj .extinguished without an
alarm heen .sounded. The Chinese
occupants of the lrons became frantic
when the fire was first discovered, and
began to carry nway their effects.
A Chineto Fouoral.
Yesterday aftefnoon about half-past
two o'clock a Chinese funeral was
seen going out Nuuanu street for
Valley where the Chinese generally
bury their dead The procession
was headed by a hack containing a
gong and two Chinese drums all of
which were kept alive with noisy
rivalry. The usual amount of roast
pig and other edibles were in the train.
Half a dozen carriages carried the
mournejs who expressed their grief bj
dropping bits 0 red printed paper out
oftfjfwlndipt i , ,. .
Tho Now Restaurant.
A new restaurant will be opened by
Pratt and Byng in the store on Fort
4slreet, opposite the Pantheon saloon,
this morning. The proprietors of the
new enterprise gave ihe public an
at their place of business
last evening, to introduce themselves to
their future patrons. One feature of
the new business will be that .the. customers
will be" 'served with the many
palatable dishes made from the taro
flour The restaurant 15 neatly and
artistically fitted up,v 'and the Press
wishes the, proprietors success in their
nw enterprise, t
That nil arc now agreed in the
Legislature as Jo what constitutes, an
apolofcyf ttiat the Ft tend for June is
out on timcj tht the entertainment at
Kafcaiahao Churih yesterday afternoon
was a big success; that the new Brewery
bill waslrcadjn the House ester-day
morning; that u is underwood
some of the Opposition members will
support the bill; that if such a bill becomes
a law, it will be found to be a
practical solution of the "gin problem;"
that a little four.by ten sort of political
bigotry is showing itself again in Honolulu;
that the last of the reporters
who reached the House yesterday afternoon,
was entirely loo late to take
notes; that the Emmet and
variety show at the Opera
House next Saturday eaening will draw
a large audience; that the Legislature
will meet at 10 o'clock this morning;
that it took two adjournments yesterday
afternoon to satisfy the members
they had complied with the rules; that
the report of the Committee on Finance
will be delivered ir installments;
that the candies manufactured by
Horn arc the freshest and best in
Honolulu: that the Legislature will
nrobablv adiourn by the isth of
July; that the present is the thirteenth
year of the reign of
that the new club house put up
at the race track obstructs the vie.w
from part of the grand stand; that the
new restaurant on Fort street gave
away a Dig tUD 01 ice crtam last niqnt;
that the recently published "Ideal Trip
to the Volcano," will be issued this
week in pamphlet form; that there will
be another luau held during next
week; that the variety show Saturday
nightvwill be accompanied by a string
bami; that the alleged right of pqlitical
boyjeott is being put into practice in
H6nolula by a few narrow-minded
men; ,that the. committee of five will
visit the Island of Molokai next Saturday;
"that the Trustees o( the Library
will, meet to-night; that the report
about the steam laundry closing up is
uufomded; that the. facile point of the
editors' pen is generally used for con
cealing truth, which it would not do
to tell; that policy makes cowards of
wise men; that the new restaurant will
prove a success; that taro flour poi is a
sure preventative of typhoid fever; that
.. of the restaurahts will "eo under
shortly; that the Kinau will bring some
startling news from Hawaii probably;
and that the German schooner
Mary C. Bohm will never arrive here.
The annual examination of the
Krwaiahao Female Seminary took
place yesterday afternoon in Kawaiahao
Church, the exercises commencing at
1:30 p. m. The large building was
filled with an interested, audience,
amongst" whom weip H. R H. Princess
Likclike, and H. R. H. Princess
KaiUlani, the 'Ministers of the" Crown,
Nobles, and members of the Legis
lative Assembly,1 and many other
friends and supporters of Hawaiiah
education. The large pulpit platform
had ,bf en cleared for the occasion, and
the scholars numbering at present
ninety-three girls, from tiny ones of
four years of age to young ladies ot
"sweet sixteen, were grouped upon tne
platform, during the singing pf the
opening chorus "The Lord is King,"
and very pretty and neat they looked
in tneir pretty wntte aresses. irjc
Rev. S. E. Bishop delivered a prayer
which was followed by a1 song "He
Careth for you," the voices being led by
Miss Quin Sing who presided at the
organ duringtlie exercises.
There was then a concert recitation
of Bible verses, the scholars showing
that they had been carefully trained in
memorizing tne woras ot tne uooa
Book. The following exercises consisting
of class JBible recitations and
singing were very creditable. The
arithmetic class was very bright and
quick, the exercises embracing doing
of sums in addition, substraction, and
multiplication brought out the fine
training of the pupils, and won de
served applause. A duet and chorus
"God speed the right." was sweetly
sung; while the music lesson and song
by Miss Alexander's class was
a great success. Under the
method of instruction - followed
the class showed that they
were entirely familiar with written
music, reading and sounding the notes
written on thef blackboard wU,'wlt hesitation,'
lesson was mlich ap
A very interesting lesson in Hawaiian
geography was recited by Class
"A." One and all, of the scholars
showed themselves familiar with the
geography of their native country and
the audience evinced their appreciation
of the care taken by the teachers
in this branch of study. After other
songs and class recitations a lesson in
Physiology was gone through with, the
pupils naming the different parts of the
human body and the.tunrtions ot yan
ous organs promptly and correctly.
They also described the effects of alcohol
and tobacco upnn the system ( a
graphic and, no doubt, truthful manner.
A Chorus, "Bringing in the
Sheaves" was. then sung, after which
the "little ones" in the school gave
recitations and Kindergarten tongs.
Rev, Dr. Hyde, as one of the trustees
of the semlnaty then thanked the
audience for the interest they had
evinced during the exercises, and
hoped'and believed that they all
labor ofthe teaches who had
brought the seminary forward to its
present high s,tate of efficiency and usefulness
The reverend gentleman
wished that" all could witness thevdaily
J routine of labor in the sqhobl buildings
fair example and also examine the
arrangements made for the health and
comfort of the scholars. He was quite
sure that if any persons on earth deserved
to be called saints and martyrs
they were those who had the care of
such schools as this. Miss Alexander,
the Principal, and Miss Malone, Assistant
Principal, now found themselves
obliged to take a sea voyage for the
benefit of their health which had become
impaired by their close attention
to their duties.
His Excellency Mr. Gibson, President
of the Board of Education spoke briefly
of the interest he had always taken in
this admirable school, which was
for, and training the future mothers
of the Hawaiian nation.
Hon. Noble Bishop also said a few
words in commendatiqn and praise of
this, the pioneer girls' school of the
The audience then adjourned to the
grounds about the church and witnessed
a calisthenic exercise performed
by, about forty of the girl pupils,
neatly dressed in a uniform of brown
linen trimmed with red. To the sound
of a drum beaten by one of their
number, the corps of young girls went
throuoh a number of graceful evolu
tions with trreat precision and ease. A
large number of the friends of the
pupils afterwards visited the Seminary
ounaings anu ex.iuuucu cvciy
All were hjghly pleased with
the order and neatness displayed every
where, and wished every success to the
Kawaiahao Female Seminary.
The Secretary ofthe Honolulu Library
and Reading Room Association, Mr. H.
A. Parmelee, announces that there will
be a regular meeting of the Trustees of
the Institution at the Library Hall, this
evening, at half past seven o'clock.
Hnwnilan Poi Song
ISucgMtcd after eating a calabash of Poi nude out
Oh 1 root nutritious.
Oh I food delicious,
To thee, my muse shall sing,
I'll have no hash ,
In my calabash;
Unfit for queen and king.
Chorus. Tara, Taro," k (
Thou art my bone and marrow,
Poi, Poi, , N . ,
Thou art my life, my joy.-
I made my fence,
Inclosing all my farm.
With Taro I set
In soil quite wet
And keep from any harm.
The tropic sun F ',(
In joyous fun
Comes dancing down on thee,
I lay like sloth
Arid watch thy growth,
Till ripened thou mayst be.
I raise thee then ' - " "
Trom out this pen "
To cleanse and trim thee tine.
In largest pot
I put the lot ' 1 4 , i
And boil thee for a time. (,
I thee then mash i ' ' '
In clean calabash v
With water and savor and spice,
Then to my joy f t i y
For this is Poj
I taste and find 'tis nice.
For my young brood .
To grow and thrive and fat on,
The. young rogues come (j " . (
Full on the run , , -And
always eat with hat on. '
In ring we squat, ,
Around our pot,
To take our fine repast.
With hungry haste
We seek 50 taste -,
Eafja fearing he'll be last.-
With dextrous turn,
From pot or urn, ' ,
We raise our "natural spoon.
Then, withjour lips, -,'
Resounding sips, , ,
We clear it very soon,
T'was" thus did nte
Our King of long ajo,
Then why should we
Feel less than he
When eating poi 10,
Or ny man,
May do as he may choose.
But, as for me,
I ne'er could see
Why they the Poi;refuse,
Let others thjak
Or eyen blink,
At what I've said of Pol,
But I maintain
Forever the same,
It is my living joy, '
The bist of Poi
I here do "sdy,''
Is made of Taro Fwur,
And when 'tis done,
It is great fun,
To eat it by the hour,
PAPER, r -WRITING
Now In ttoelc, with additional Elt:rn invoice en
route. fins variety of the ,. rj
CONNECTICUT VALLEY MILLS
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Cap, Lcffal Letter, Note nd D P.p
Anorttd wtlfhti. AHo" MareuiAVard'l lil Linei
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rulrd up lo fait any older,
'' No. 1 06 Fort 8L
Vestels Expected from foreign Porti
Boston, Am bk Edward May, Johnson. Due
Aug. 20-25, Brewer & Co, Agents.
Brkmfn, Gcr bk Pacific, Oltmann. To
sail about May I. Hackfeld & Co., Agents
Bremen, Gcr. bk Furst Bismarck, Von der
Vring. Due May 15-26. II. llackfeld &.
Glasgow, Brit, bk Airmail, Jcnns, Due July
1-5. F A. Sclnelcr & Co., Agents.
HONO KONO, Ger. bk Hydra, Binge.
Lor ding March 29. . Agents.
Liverpool, Br. ship Isle of Erin, Nicholson.
Due Aug. 10-15.
Liverpool, Brit, bk Lipwing, De Gruchy.
Due May 25-30. Thco. II. Davies & Co.,
London, Brit ship Amana, Becket. Due
Aug. 25-30. G. Wi Maclarlane & CO,
New Castle, N S V, Brit bk Annie Bur
nil, Haines. Ducjnne 10-15.
Newcastle, N. S. W., Nor bk Rijl,
Loading March 23. Wilder & Co., Agents.
Newcastle, N. S. V. Am. ship Ericson,-
I'lummcr, Loading Jan. 28.
Newcastle, N. S. W., Am. bklnc C. C.
Funk, Glascr. Loiding Feb. 1.
Port Townsend, Am bk Hope, Penhallow.
Due June 1-5. Lewers fip Cooke, Agents.
Port Townsend, Am bktnc KliMtat, Cutler.
Due June 1-5. Hackfeld & Co., Agents.
San Francisco, Am bktne Discovery,'' Meyer.
DUe June 5-10. Hackfeld &' Co., Agents.
San Francisco, Haw bgtnc Hazard, Goodman.
(For Hilo) due May 25-30.
San Francisco, Am bgtne Jno D Spreckels,
Flics. (For Kahului) due fune 1-5.
SYDNEY, Brit S S Maratoa, Edie. Due June
5. W. G. Irwin'& Co, Agents. '
Merchant Vecseli Now In Port.
Am. bktne. Eureka , Lee
Br. shipRlcHARD III Mclntyre
Am. sbip Kate DAVENroRT .Ilowland
Am. bktne MaKAH .Thompson
Am. steam bktne Morning Star Turner f
Hr. bk Star of Devon . . . . , Mockett
r Wednesday, Jutie 2nd.
Sttnr J. I. Dowsett, from Maui.
Schr Waioli, from Paia, Maui.
Schr Ehukai, from Waialua
Schr Emma, from I lanalei, Kauai.
Wfdnrsday, June and.
Stmr J I Dowsett, for Pah, Maui.
Stmr Mokohi, for Molokai.
Schr Malolo, lor Laupahoehoe, Hawaii.
Schr Mana, for Honomu, Hawaii.
Schr Leahi, for Kohala, Hawaii.
vKHHir.r.H TiKMVrxn Tirrt njr. 1
Stmr C R Bishop, from Hamakua, Hawaiil
Stmr Iwalani, for Kauai.
Schr Waiole, for Paukaa, Hawaii.
Schr Ehukai, for Waialua.
Schr Emma, for Hanalei and by-ports.
The schooner Mana brought 1,200 bags
The barkentine Makah is loading sugar al
The S S Mararoa will be due from the Col
BOTH TELEPHONES, No. 74.
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onies enroute Tor San Francisco next Satur
The fa S Zcalaridta wilt be due from San
Francisco On next Tuesday.
The steamer C. U. Bishop sails for
Hawaii, at noon to day.
The American barkentine Edreka will
load sugar for San Francisco as soon as her
cargo of general merchandise is all out.
The steamer Iwalani will be due fiom
Kauai this morning with a full load of sugar.
She sails again this afternoon for the same
The steamship Australia took 22,000 bags
sugar, 1,810 bags rice, 1,248 goat skins, and
I,8l I bunches bananas. Domestic value,
The steamer J, I. Dowsett arrived from
Paia, Maul, yesterday morning, bringing 1,300
bags sugar. She sailed again for the same
place last evening.
O. K. BJC
GENERAL BUSINESS AGENT.
42 MERCHANT ST., HONOLULU.
In conjunction with Mr. J. A. Maroon,
will -attend to all matters of business for
the residents ol the Hawaiian Islands who
may need an Agent.
I do not conhne myself alone to the Busi-'
ness Houses, but also to the domestic class
who would wish me tp attend to any, matter of
business, especially to making purchases either
in Honolulu or San Francisco, la any line of
To the Business Houses I wilP give my
careful attention in all matters pertaining to
Ueneral business, viz : Acliustme and
lectinir Accounts, Distribution of Bills and
Circulars, Custom House Entries, Buyine
and Renting Real Instate and rersonal fro
S3T All Legal Documents will be carefully
and neatly drawn up by Mr. J. A. Macoon.
I will attend to all matters entrusted in my
care in a careful, courteous and neatmanner,
and with quick dispatch.
Agent lor Klinkner & Co. Red Rubber
Telephone ; P. O. Box 113.
The Central Cigar Stand,
At Wiseman's Office,
Where yu will find
CHOICE BRANDS OF CIGARS,
And "le Best" Cigarettes in Honolulu. '
All the "fancy siHokerj" patron'ue THE
CIGAR STAND. 6 tf
riSITING CARDS, BUSINESS
eania had to order at the
PRESS PUBLISHING CO S. OFFICE
Will find it to their advantage to order
. PRACTICAL CONFECTIONER,
Fancy Pastry Cook aiid Ornamentor,
Respectfully informs the Public of Honolulu and the Islands generally
that he intends to furnish, as soon as the needed appliances arrive, all the
FRUIT AND WATER ICES,
Practically known to him. Having made a contract with the Woodlawn Dairy
forxa constant supply of their celebrated cream, wil supply his customers with
more than fifty different kinds Fancy Creams, Toov.ie Fruity, Souffles, and
many more, too numerous to mention here, all of which he has had practical
experience with at the Imperial courts of Vienna and the Royal Confectionery
of Bavaria. AIL steam-power-made articles in this line are far superior to any
Prop'r Pioneer Steam Candy Factory and Ornamental Confectioner.
FACTORY AND. STORENo. ?i Hotel Street! between Fort and
P. S. Special arrangements made regarding prices for lhrge orders, which
it will be imposbible for anyone else to compete with.
F. Horn's Steam -Made Creams. M
Fruit, Claret, Madeira, Melon, Mille Fruit, Champagne, Marachino, Nuovo,
and any other Water Ices desired. "I
Proprietor Pioneer Steim Candy Factory and Practical Confectioner.
A full line of Agate-ware, Shelf Hardware, Locks, Knobs, Padlocks,
House Furnishing Goods, Eddy's and Jewett's Refrigerators, Water
Filters and Coolers, Ice Chests, White Mountain Ice Cream Freezers,
NEW PATTERN ,
Easy Lawn Mowers, Door Mats, Garden and Canal Barrows, Axe,
Hoe, Pick and Fork Handles, Socket and Planters' Hoes (a superior!
article), Cut-down Muskets, Powder, Shot and Caps, Fence Wire'andt,
Staples, Manila and Sisal Rope,
The Latest Novelties in Lamp Goods,
The very best and second grade Kerosene Oils, Berry Brothers' Fur- '
FOR SALE AT LOWEST MARKET RATES BY
THE PACIFIC HARDWARE. COL,
74 & 76 Fort Street, Honolulu
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The growth and manufacture of pure wines in
sanguines AltlloUMn small manufacturers, through
carelessness, turnout inferior wines, it has been the
California has surprised the
Messrs. Arpad Haraszthy & Go.
to manufacture wines that are absolutely pure, and the only house in California
that manufactures pure Champags by the natural process of
fermentation in the bottle.
The importation of MESSRS. ARPAD HARASZTHY & CO.'S wines
into this Kingdom, from October 7th, '885, to March 31st, t886, being nearly
two-thirds of all other manufactures put together, is a guaranty of their popularity,
and that they are far superior to iny wines manufactured.
Also, just arrived direct from Milwaukee, in bond, an invoice of
FALK'S MILWAUKEE PILSENER BEER.
" QUEEN STREET, HONOLULU.
" " '
No. 66 Hotel Street.
HAVE JUST RECEIVED ?ER "AUSTRALIA,"
Dupee's and Whittaker,s Star Hams, Choice, Breakfast
Bacon, G. G. Flour, Oat Meal, Corn Meal,
Cracked Wheat, Germea.
TABLE FRUITS, JAMS AND JELLIES.
Salt 'Mackerel, White Salmon Bellies, Pigs' Feet, Pig Pork,
, Sauerkraut, Salt Herrings, California and
Limburger Cheese, Etc.
A Large Assortment of Nicknacks.
And a few. bottles of those delicious Sweet Spiced Peaches
yet on hand.
aeu telephone ss.o. 349; Mutual, jno. 194.
Downer's Kerosene Oil, 150
. ' - ' 1 - " 7
Have just received ex. barks "Jai. S. Stone'
very fine lot of goods in theirt line, including
and "Natuoa," a
Electric Kerosene Oil, 1500 ;
bupenor burning Uil, 130
Cases Charcoal Irons ; assorted sues Pumps j Refrigerators, all sizes ;
Galvanized Cut and Wrought Nails, assorted ; Galvanized Corrugated
Roofing, 6, 7, 8 and lengths; Galvanized Ridging; Galvanized
Screws and Lead Washers; plain annealed Fence Wire; Barbed
Wire ; black and galvanized Fenca Staples ; Canal Barrows ; Garden
PLOWS ANb BREAKERS;
of all sizes, wanted ;
and Cane Knives;
and cases Lard Oil,
Spades, Shovels, Picks, Mattocks, Rakes, Hoes
all kinds of Packing; Cotton Waste; Barrels,
Also, a fine lot of
all sizes, from j inch to 5 inches, and Sisal Rope of all sizes wanted.
Besides a thousand other articles) not mentioned above, which are
all for sale
AT LOWEST MARKET RATES.
(FORMERLY WITH SAUUEL NOTT),
Importer and Dealer in Stoves,
CHANDELIERS, LAMPS, CROCKERY, GLASSWARE, HOUSS
FURNISHING HARDWARE, AGATE IRON AND TINWARE.
AGENT HALL'S SAFE AND, LOC& COMPANY
BEAVER BLOCK, FORT
& Co. JDtDk,
-Stare farmtrly newipjftd bjf fc.JNOTT, ' oppoitl
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