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fHB PA0IF10 OOMHraaiAL ADVgaCTIMH.: HONOLULU, OTOBBK 19, ltOO.
3 rj (If REPUBLICAN MEETTNGS By Steamer. Ex Australia FOR FIFTH DISTRICT THE following MattoMi hv- .... . ara undr lunalderatlon rrana; d r,,r the Fifth District Other MAKING Skill and Strength Both Needful. I PflOCESS EXPLAINED lifiPirffct Pounder ta-Jr Hjly by THw who Eit it. , .... ( tha . Till-. tha i that t . . ir. ' j ' thm " . ii. imu, f i i re I II l. ili ilar of oval PT . 0 f,. it 0MMII rough 11 lilt III till ...... lid' '' "" " . .i. i.i i rfoiin In b .la, -r nrt the than ihwMil la pltai t" th-m , (f,j,P - . i..ii. i . put in ,a, satinet th aBaiaj , I ... t'tr .ugh n i- th i ! ma aan. the "r. a art- lakiina wan- - it.M.h ami ' - .a. Mir WM the lira p I kM . ih- .wi.ill titttea ar- rN Ml ..,n. I Hi. .in i r atoi Th" with t lna. imlnleal Ml ! aace aoaa that are partly Mr) .r. t Ml If the f- not. tlM aa nil MM if moll The .tnn.e ara , . , nich " i th.-v Ca t earfav Maahed aaaana t rfi tn r th.r Ui.l nr 'I'" 'rum .urn- l thr imu, of SI in i n M.m.Jay .i,..r ... u mrt Km. h t ?rwf. Clarence L. Crabb-. T Mcant. w"r" "Ody. J G Lane. C. L. Holt. an.l.an.li- KauluwHa. Tueaday fo tuber n. a . I II Carta larVnc I iv. i fZnkrr C'"",l Prk.T. W. C .V hi. l.ane. John Kalama 1 t m ? "JT Mt ''am t.-wart. Kn.K-h Johnaon. Arm La n. v. Inaadav ra'tnhL ,Ildl,w- an'1 cnilldte. nu n iHkrm pekera )lon.-l Parker and lonK- P.rSr.KA!,.,,TL5,;(-. "UU'H Frd.y. (utober 2fr-8peaken,: Colonel Kalama. and cndiAa mW!. Knock Johnm.n. J. c. !... j..h:i Kara Mill. Walp.hu Pe. f V hvl J,h'i""n ' eandktat- ' r.iv h J..hn..n I I m. , -. , r"n' f' r ' T. M. rants Stew- WE RECEIVED LARGE INVOICES OF Seasonable Goods IN EVERY DEPARTMENT. Vt ul mil iiu V ...I I .. . . ...wi.r ,v , Hrn-r. i mci ants Mt wart. Goods Will be Opened and Ready for Inspection in a Few Days OJSSITS V, it'to Arhl. L, la HcOmA J lj"n- T M, nt- Stewart, and candidate. th .imvr Ti lf ov.rtnaa tMI aa at Mia tap. Tka Ma ton ara 4 aam tUa0 Am ai uall water w . . ...tirf m I I hi. la no mi to II tak hut 'to hour, to .t the M it i. .H.n-l it la 'mat to. irM aad eirv.red In oe4r .. n th. iKim Th.. turn i now MM hlaaa of peW r.i anil the other of .. i" Una ilrv lin. illel ioI opiht and ' -h ..f th- Mm who are hi. aeeaia to be tka Hth antra to i-.n r. pref.r a Hat .!!. barr.bi ar watr for i i-.-n n h'" ,h ro to b p....., th, ,rf, . I matt Ih. wet no a. not to -et burnt m hnl. Una jh hot taro. The lw onlkl I. ''n 11. .t m-lth Ik. I h. . i . . " 1 .hi naji.i. and tn- r.-iih odter .kin of th taro acraped off ". i.t m.i-r r th- Hawaiian. I. '" peel the taro directly from the tmu .. .lTT,,n? rf V1 ,mn '" a'ler " i that of dry land taro When the taro la catted. It la takaa from the Imu mil la put In a nolo of water or pll.-i by . tr.-m The outer akin la rubbed off and th, inal.U part ran be raally cleaned with on thumi, Peelina; ran lv don by any one. but th wi rk that follow i reoulrea a atronu n-r. aon Aft.r the taro la peelrd. tt la rea.ky to loundei. Thla la rlonr on a lioanl made out of a trunk of a tree and la about l feat lii I. until Tlila Dier of Inm tm rkaped top ami bottom with an adae. The bottom la taken off juat enouah ao that the hoard will he level when laid on the round, while the top la hollowed out a little. Tormina; a concave an r far.- The poumllna; atone la .haped Ilka a ffourd. Ita top la a knob which keepa the hand from 'Mptln off The pounder, who la often hare to the walat. placea the boar 'I under the ahade of a tree with hla aeat-a atone or boa at one end of the board. When tha taro la atrm-k. It la held by the left hand. Th beat time for pounding It la when It la warm beeauae It la then aoft er than whan It roola. The taro la flrat i-maked by puahln the atone over It. ami then th atone la raaed up and It la atrurk. Water ouHht nt to be put on Juat (rotten taro. hut. when It la well broken, water aaa be added a little at a time. The name of Jut-broken taro la paial. If pot ta to ha aent to other lalaada. thla pal tl la wrapped In tk-leavea. formlna; a bundle, tied up In corda. railed aahala. In thla way It ran be eaatlv ahlpped or aant overland, to dry plarea where taro ran not be crown. It la there (toumled Into pot ready for uae. The well-hroken taro uaually .tl. k. to the board, and. to prevent It from .tii k- k aome water la put beneath It by pu.h in( the wet handa under the pounded tara i he poaadod taro la atrurk with the atone raanv tlmea. turntna It over and ovar rwatlnually and Minr i little water The batMm of tha atone (eta dry when It la .truck on the taro aaveral tlmea. and. to k.ep It from atleklna. the wet palm of the left hand uaually .trtkea the atone aa the riaht hand ralaea It. The continual turn ina atrlklna and addina of water make, well. pounded tara. la order to know v hetber It la pounil.-il enouKh or not. the hngera are poked Into It, and. If th.-v iro In eaally. It la th.n put Into a barrel. A aood pounder can be known If hla poi la riot lumpy. Th.- well pounded taro la put on the brard the following day to be mixed. The flrat thing to be done In thla work la to puah the Data Into the pounded taro and turn It over and over until It cornea to gether without ualng water. Iater on. ater la poured Into It and thla wat.-r la Mki R up t. a continual kneading. More water ahould t- id. led frequently and the kreadlng continued until the pot la aa tr.in aa dough ready to be baked. The name of thla mixing la kupelc. The pol is then put Into the barrel again. Water iy.e. 1 1 . it -lowly an. I the arm at!ra tNa PM Hp until It la atiiky. Some like to cat It immediately aft. r It la mixed, but moat .o.. prvf.-r to eat it when it -lightly aour. Hawallana ahow friendahip to one an other by Inviting their frletida to a luau. or to their houaea to eat together. If one urea not accept an Invitation, he does not ahow aood fiiendahlp to the on who In vltea hlm.-Akuni Ahau. In llawaiis Young People. The Latest European Novelties Suitable for Xmas Presents; the largest variety of articles ever imported by.any one store. We call attention that quantities are not large, therefore we advise you to pay attention, when we advertise our opening. SPECIAL: 0 We received by Australia 2,000 dozen Handkerchiefs for Ladies, Gentlemen and Chil dren, no better assortment will be shown anywhere our own importations direct from Switzerland ; our prices will be the lowest. Large invoices of Silks will be opened. We call atten'd'oa to our complete lines of Taffettas. Muslin Underwear WANTS HIS WIFE'S GOODS. Ramond Davauachalla Daaarta and Than Buaa Hia Wifa. Deputy Sheriff f MHIngworth received Information yeaterday that Former Po ll. man Kuaen.. K. I v.uio helle propoe ed shortly t', bring ault againat the wlf of hi brother, Mr. Kamonrl Ievau- achell. to aecure the family (iroperty now In her poaa-aalon. Thereby hanga a Mia Some time ago the Devauachellea had iUfflcultlea aa a reault of which De vauechelle loat hla position on the police f.-ll e He left hla wife and turned her out of hcuae and home, and she had him arrett ed for deaertlon. He secured his release In rourt hypromialng to make It up with Ma wife. Tnen he proceeded to ileed over to hla brother, for the sum of fl, all his Intereat In hla household gooda and that brother Intends to aue Mra. Devauachrll.- and hove her ouated from the home. Deputy Sheriff Chllllngworth waa much wrought up over the action of hla former '.irate and offered to put up the money to defend the ault himself If nec essary. In this department we will lead our prices. Our styles and assortment is so complete that Ladies will find not only great savings but easy to make selections from. Boy's Clothing Department' A comp ete large 'stock of Wash Suits, Blue Serges, Tweed Suite, are now opened. Mother's Friend Shirt Waists, in all styles and prices; 15 dozen Ladies' White Shirt Waists Do not miss to see them. Our Ribbon Department is complete, our prices are bed rock. Pacific Import Co., r-t Str rofirroM Bl . . Macfadden Exercisers . . . acraosr iitacin MtsrAOOCN cxtnciscs E'trrjitara. Cumb Bills, - jjj! - 9 Wrist Machines, Chest Weight Machines, i i ;r YTlllN ; rs TUB I-INB OF Oymnasium. 5portlng and Athletic Qoods. Maa wmbIWM fc. Shot Guns. Revolvers, m Be Hi; . r Hunting Coat. ' i t- Hunting mrn inition, etc Lguns and Rifles to Rent. 1 1 OILERS, WHISILHS, CALLS, RUBBLH BUTT PIECES and a General Line of Sundries. ID n to o 3 0 o o B r Barnes' Triumphant White Flyers. The highest of bigb ?rade constrnctioa. Reg ular eittinnept furnisheil u pnre white enamel . Hnah j.mt- thrutigbout. seat posture, handle bar expandera, Iiarnes' de tarhable ejirockets. front and rear; tool bag and tools. Options of au standard make of saddle. either white or black enamel; any gear and any standard high grade tires We carry the Barnes in the Chainless Model. Road Model. Special Bacihg Model, Track Racing Model, Corsair Model ''They move in the best circles." "Are Gentlemen's Wheels" that do yoeman service. "Are honest wheels" at "hard times prices." Mftt'taat aat mm. are made to endure ear of usage and are acknowl edged by experts who make bicycle construction a study to be possessed of every desirable feature that makes a bicycle bet, Their constant and increasing popularity in this city testify to their superiority. Do not buy before seeing the "GO-LIGHTLY" Typewriter Exchange STENOGRAPHERS' SUPPLIES Crescent Non-filling Carbons and Ribbons. Reporters' Notebooks. F. W. Paper Erasers. Penc 1 anaVafftrush Erasers. Rubber Itands. (il fans, Scr.w Drivers. KEW MACHINES FOR SALE Pencils. Folding F. W. Tables. T. W Copy Holders. T. W. Desk-stand Attachments. Erasing Shields. Cleaning Brushes. j i h l'.x'-hanie, for Cash or on Easy Installments. NEW TYPEWRITERS TO RENT. 312 Fort Street. P. O. Box 784. Telephone 565,