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liic Rtciittnl rate mint Ik? taken
to luvc the umnn of the tome
nge kept tofletlicr on the tray,
so that llu')' Mill molt nt the Mine
time, thin saving miirh trouble. They
i;ni rniilly .lfler each molt, wul mint
Ik; separatfil lien net cwy, to nllow
them plenty of room. 'I'he wimm eat
niovt freely early in the morning ami
at night , therefore, furnish fooil nlinn
ilanily lietwecn five and sis o'clock in
the morning, ami nlimit ten o'clock nt
night. I.wes for the caily morning nie.il
should Ik: picked the day licfnre, ns
they ntc apt to induce ilUeme if fed to
the worms with the dew on them.
'Alien picket! dining n rain they should
In; thoronghl) dried bofoie using ihcm
for food I tamp or wet leaves should
never I used, nntl tliictl or withered,
or stale leaves, the vvormi will not cat ;
tints the leaves inust be fresh iiltketl
from the trees ns often ..s miliie. If
the leaves have to be brought from a
dittnnce, ami ( annul c pickcil fresh
eery time the worms are fetl, place
the ends of the twigs or stems in water,
Veep in n tool, shady place, (a cool
cellar is best), nod renew the water
often. 'I he smooth leaves nic the
Itcit, as the worms do not like
the rough ones, though both kinds may
le found on one tree.
When changing in the morning, place
the netting over or on top of the leaves
ami worms in the trays- sprinkling
fresh leaves on it, ami the worms will
come up thiough the meshes to feed.
When all .ire up, lake netting carefully
b) the ends anil plat c on another tray.
The old driest leaves and icfusc should
then be thrown away and the netting
shaken clean and aired for another
day's changing. The netting obviates
the handling of the worms almost en
lirely, which is hurtful to them If the
leaves arc given to the worms on the
twigs or branches they keep fresh
longer, besides having a free circulation
of air through them. If the young
worms will not leave the drietl food, re
move them with a camel's hair brush.
The direct rays of the sun must be
avoided, as it will kill the worms. A
direct cuircnt of air on them is hurtful,
but thorough ventilation is necessary.
A uniform temcrature of seventy-five
tlcgrccs is requited fir the feeding
room. It is not desirable to get it
above eighty degrees. Sudden changes
from warm to cold, or tict-rtrsa, should
lie a voided. The air should be kept
pure. If the temperature should fall
below seventy degrees artificial heat
musthcutcd. If the weather is cry
hot ami dry, sprinkling or mopping the
lloor two or three times a day will pre
vent the leaves dring too rapidly and
will afford all the necessary moisture
the worms require. He careful in feed
ing not to allow any other leaves to be
mixed with the mulberry, and see that
the leaves are clean. A peach ieaf has
been known to kill the worms eating it.
Tobacco in any sh.ie is poison to them
Great care must be taken at all times
to prevent birds, ants and insects of all
kinds gaining access to the worms.
Rats and mice arc alwaytfwatching fora
chance to get at them all through their
existence, and ate almost as great an
enemy as the silk worm has. The worm
when ready to spin will leave its food
and search for a place to deposit its
silk -climbing as high as it can to do
so. Small branches or twigs may le
tied together and placed ready for the
worms. (See "Spinning.") When ready
to spin they must not be disturbed or
handled if it can possibly be avoided.
Should two or more of them commence
spinning together, making what is
called a double cocoon, one of them
should be gently removed. The double
cocoon cannot lie reeled ; though the
moths front them arc icrfcctly good for
The "Cocoon" is tough and compact,
and is comosed of a continuous thread
of silk, which is strong and firm, and is
spun by the worm in figure of 8 shaped
loops. Its shape is generally oval or
egg-shaicd, and varies in color, the
commonest of which are the yellow,
straw or cream color, white, and green.
These colors are supposed to denote
the nationality of the wprm spinning
them. The larger sized, rounder
formed, cocoons denote the females,
while the males arc more slender
shajtcd, depressed in the centre and
pointed at both ends. This is generally
used as a rule among growers The
outer lining of the cocoon is a loose
silk spun by the worm when preparing
for. its final work. It is called flock, or
floss, and sells with the pierced cocoons
and other waste silk. This cannot be
reeled, but is carded and spun by the
manufacturers. The silk on the cocoons
will run out from two hundred to six
hundred yards. The better the worms
arc fed and the more care there is
takm of them, the heavier, and finer
the cocoons will lo, and the fewer it
will take of them to produce a pound
The "Moth" which docs not eat and
which is said to have no jaws, is pro
vided with a liquid secretion with which
it moistens the end of the cocoon and
dissolves the gum by which the norm
fasten its threads of silk together, It
then slowly fuii.es iu way out, pushing
the threads aside; but breaking so
many of them as to rentier the cocoons,
front which they escape, useless (or
reeling. (These are called "pierced
Within eight to ten days after the last
molt, the worms licgin to loe their ap
tactile, become restless and commence
tluowing out silk. The twigs etc.,
should now lie prepared for them. Set
(tranches two or three feet long, or
bunches of clean straw, up in arches in
the tra)$, about one foot apart at the
bottom : inteilacc the twigs with broom-
corn, hemlock or other well dried
bruslu 1'atK.T cones can also tic made
and placed among the branches and in
the netting. Keep the temperature of
the room now at or about eighty degrees,
as the silk flows from the worm much
more freely in a vrerr.i atmosphere. The
worms will climb into the branches and
commence spinning. 'lhose that do
not mutt be still led often, but in small
quantities, to prevent waste, as some of
them will quit eating ami wander away
to spin every few minutes. Those that
do not commence spinning when the
majority have done so, must le moved
to another tray, as the worms already
mounted will dWchargc a soft exctc
Htcnt before beginning to spin, which
will statu the iouns below them. In
two or tliice days the spinning will be
completed , anil In sis or seven tla)s
the chrysalis will be formed.
tlVTIIKHINO 1 Ml: COCOON.
In eight days from the commence
ment of the spinning it will be lime to
gather the t cxoon. The stained en
toons should first br removed and laitl
asitle. He vet) careful not to stain the
clean ones with the black llulil of worms
that havedii'd this will happen in every
I he loose outer, or Moss silk, must
then be picked off from the inner solid
cocoon, which process is railed strip
ping, ami the latter separated according
to weight, color and firmness , those
which feel most solid, anil resist pre.v
sure, being the best. Soft or imperfect
(oroons must be separatetl fiom the
tinner ones, as tiiey wouiti ic crushed
nntl soil the others, The finest anil
firmest must now bo taken fur seed for
the next crop, as it Is preferable to keen
the eggs, to huviiig from large establish
ments -as tney aie apt In he untrust
worthy. It is always best for silk raiscts
to provide their own. seed. The cocoons
for seed must be chosen for their firm
ness antl the fineness of color of their
silk, rather than for sie. II white,
take the purest white ; if vcllow, the
straw color is considered the best j if
green, the darkest, glossiest ones must
lie chosen, ns these have the best
quality of thread. Do not use the pale,
shade of green cocoon for seed. Should
there be any double or treble cocoons
that is those unde.liy two or more
worms- if they are of the right color
and quality, use them for seetl, for
which purpose they are just as good,
though unlit for reeling. Should it be
desired to have an ounce of seetl, or
forty thousand eggs, for the next crop,
or for sale, it would be safe to lake, at
least, three hundred cocoons, half male
and half female. Kadi female moth, it
is estimated, will lay from two hundred
anil fifty to four hundred ejjgs. The
cocoons must now be laitl aside, await-
inj the apjiearanfe of the moth care
being taken to keep them from rats and
mice. Then take rare of the other
cocoons, which must all be stripped,
antl they are then ready for stilling or
CIIOKINO OR STtn.INO COCOONS.
If the cocoons can be sold imme
diately on their completion, or by the
eighth day from their commencement,
no uirther trouble will he necessary
after stripping them, than to pack them
in hales antl ship them to their desti
nation. If the raiser intends reeling, or
if some time must elase before the
cocoons can be soltl or sent to a recline
establishment or "filature," some means
must be taken to prevent the moth from
leaving the cocoon, thus injuring the
silk for reeling purposes. This can be
tlone by stifling them with steam or
choking them with dry heat. Steaming
is siid to be the surest antl quickest
method it conveniences arc at hand It
can be tlone at any steam-milt. The
cocoons are placed on shelves in an
air-light box, and steam turnctl into it.
1 wcuty minutes will do the required
work, and the cocoons are then dried
in the sun. Dry-heat choking takes a
longer time. Place the cocoons on
shallow dishes, oil iron frames, in an
oven heated to a temperature of about
two hundred degrees, or about heat
necessary for baking purposes. This
should not b increased for fear of
scorching the silk. The ojieration takes
about an hour, though one and a halt
hour is not too long to insure success.
A slight humming noise in the cocoon
may be heard while there is life, and
its cessation shows that the chrysalids
are dead. After this operation is com
pleted, the cocoons should be placed on
shelves, in the shade, with plenty of
air, and be frequently stirred tor the
first few davs. After remaining on the
shelves for a few weeks with occasional
stirring, the chrysalids become quite
dry and the cocoons will keep for an
indefinite time.' They are still subject
to attacks from rats, mice and insects,
which are attracted by the dead chrysa
lis within. After thoroughly drying,
place the cocoons in bags of thin ma
terial and hang them iqi for future use.
FOG LAYING, OK RKPRODUCTrON.
Sffond Crop. Not tsptaatly rtcom
vit tided for this country, United States.
From the tenth to the twentieth day
from the time when the worm com
mences to spin, the moths will begin
issuing from the cocoons set apart for
breeding purposes. They make their
apcaraiicc in the greatest number in
the morning early, from four to eight
o'clock and as they appear should te
taken gently by the wings, placcd on
paper, and the sexes kept apart for a
short time. The males may readly be
distinguished by their smaller bodies
and by the incessant fluttering of their
wings. The females remain quiet, their
abdomens iieing distended with eggs
When they first issue from the cocoon
they arc wet, their wings clinging to
their liodies. They soon dry themselves,
however ; and after being separated for
an hour or two, the sexes in equal num
lers may be placed together ujion
paper or cardboard, anil the room be
kept as dark as ossiblc. For the com
plete impregnation of the eggs the sexes
should be kept together six hours,
neither more or less, and they should
be occasionally visited, in order to re
place the males which may have become
separated. Should more males than
females issue from the cocoons on any
day, the suierlluous males may be put
in a closed box and kept till the next
day. Should there, on the other hand,
be more females than males, a sufficient
number of the most vigorous males
should be uncoupled at the end of four
hours and placed with the uncoupled
females for six hours moie. When
separated, great care must be taken not
to injure the moths. The female should
be held by the wings with one hand,
and the abdomen of the male gently
pressing with the other. The male may
then be laid aside in a box, as there
may be use for thctn before all the
moths have appeared. After all the
females have been impregnated the
males may be thrown away. The fe
males as soon as serrated should be
placed for a few minutes upon blotting
wqicr, where they will discharge a quan
tity of greenish) ellow fluid. From
this they should be put on the cards
placed upon trays, on which the eggs
arc to be laid. Some raisers prefer a
sort of .smooth woolen cloth for the
moths to lay on. It is advisable to tip
up the trays at one end, as it enables
the moths to lay their eggs uniformly,
(To tc continued.) -".74 and thi
Silk Warm," fy C. Jt, Rossittr.
nosTON noAim op UNDiuiwitiTnits,
Agrnta for lit. Hawaiian lilan.ta,
BIIITI.'ill I'OltltKlM MAItlHIt IHSUII.
anc Company, (Limited)
TIIKO. It AMCAV, AltHS r.
1h. aim agrnl hat ,etlt.d InMrufttom In !
iliH.lh. tale if Insurant. Ijatwren ll.mnlutii and
ltu In IS I'acinr, an1 1 i.x 4i,e,l li it.au. .ll
rift al ilia brw.f tat.a, lth a lctal radtlildai oil
fltlahl f alaamen. tlo4l
HUM UN IIOAHO 01' UNfMKWIUTIW.S.
A SCffARf-RRfrC Aftmt
PiMiltn Hoard of Unilfwittri.
Vienna Hoard of Underwriters,
for the Uln ItlAihK no-tO
' A SClfARFRR V f, AGRXTS.
Th ftttnvt I nmri.ru Company, ) ft,UUtifil a
f)nrrt AfHv tm. Antl (fi .iitiWttti"'!1 (Imtral
AernO, rt uilM)tfn to ll tULi Ktnl ltiitirttrrt
ilrt S M )i tihtal iratotatU uir hi tm lli
mo! fVitfM Iftini. no-tl
G HUM AH U.OYD MAltlNIl INSUHANCIt
Comtunr of Mrrllti
. A. ACHAMJiX iV c, Aacxrx,
'lit alaivfl IrmtratH (.'omtnv liAtrtliMIilinla (en
rrftl Aernr) )mt, ml ili aluvrklgnfit, (rhrl AR'tita,
nr mitbntU'il la uVc KIV a,Iii (tie Urirr of the
a Al ft tiwtl rrAtoriAhi tatr, Aitl on the nioM in
vutaMq itrm. irn-tAi
AMIimtO-IUUtMUN I'lltl. INSUItANCt.
Coin pi ii y.
. A. SCHAXMR cV CtAGRtVr
IIS Aiot firm I.Atni lrn apiMitnlM mjcnU of M
nttnMiiy Arc it)rtt (u Irinrit rUk AgailnM fit iwi
Sluno Attit Uric If tniiMinti nn.I on MrcfitriIii tvtotM
tticrtin, un tr mM hvurnWa Ittm. For (wsrticuUrA
Apply a! llnir ofT,. mi-6i
NourtuoiutMAN mm insuhanck
CoinitAity of If umljiiraf.
. HACKFKU) ., AGJCXrs
C')!ijtt An! ItfMrt , , KfktumiiW 8,8jv""
" itiWr Ht liHurHiice Com an it-, ' 35, m!,"
'lite Agtntt of tin aUvc CrnrMny. ft rr It.r Ham it lUn
ItUn.l, ar rmretl to Iimire UuiMiiiKt, ttiriifiurr,
Mrrclumlie Ami IVmliur, MAiliinrry. tct U S.ii
aim. Ric Mill, Ami vrnwU tn iti fuuUir, aaIiiM hM
trf iiim4 liy fii, mi I lie m.l fAVOrAl'tc trrtnv
HAM11UUG-MAGDEI1UHG VUM 1NSUH
ncc Company of lUmburif,
IluiMin MfrflumliM. Furntltira nmt MAihlnrry
Irmirctl aaIikI Fire on I he tiunt fjVurAiJe Ic-nni.
NKW ENGLAND MUTUAL LIPU INSUU.
Anco Company of Hof ton.
CASTl.R & COOKR, ACKXI'S.
The oldest Purely Mutual Life Insurance
Company In the United States.
1'itltctr Itaunt n thetmmt I'linn uttlr Trrmm
Lottci paIJ through Honolulu Agency, $4q,oao
MULADELPHIA nOARD OP UNDUK
C. tlRRlVKK & O..
Agftitt for tlie Hawaiian Island.
TRANS-ATLANTIC PIKU INSURANCE
Company of Hamburtr.
It. HACKFKU) V Ca, Actntt,
Ciptta! and Hesrrve . Uclc)itiurk fj.oon.ono,
their Kc-!nuratice tJotnunie ioi,6jo,(jo
Ihe A;rntof ih alsmc Company, hf the HawaiUn
KWm. Are prrparnl to inuro ItuilJing, r untiture,
MrrchanliH an J IVvhIiic?, Machinery, etc.. rIm Sugar
ami Kite .Milk, and vetntlt in the lutrlur acami.t lo
or rUirURe ly tire, nn the must favorahle tcim.
HE LIVERPOOL AND LONDON AND
Globe iiiturancc Company.
trtimltrt LhthUltf In Storhhultlrrn.
Incumk roa 1879!
Prrmlums received after deduction of re
insurance ...,....$ 5.38J.195
laOCMt promptly adjusted and utd here.
of San P.ancuco.
CASTLR A COOKR, ACRXTS.
Incorporated 1873. 310-161
EW ENGLAND MUTUAL LIFE
Insurance Company of Boston, Mass.
A ft tlnnunry tnt,, iSHS, nrttrtf !?
Polices Issued on lh most favorable terms, and
absolutely Non-Forfeltable after Two
EXAM TLB OK NON-rOHFBlTfJIiK TLAN I
Injured age 3 jearj o ears Endomnenl Plan for
J 3.000. 4
Ahtimtt I'rrmium $'-J-i'vS0
Cj-h'Surr. VTe. Pd-up In:
At the end of the sd Year. $ a&q-Bs $ 545
3d " 4&S.70 B40
4th " 4J.i5 1,130
5h " 831.85 1,415
6th 1,0900 .o95
7th l,355 I.970
tb 1,450-75 ,A35
fill ' 1.670.05 1,500
loth 1.91.65 J.755
nth ' .57 9Q J.005
isth .45-4S 3.5o
13th " 1,685.00 3.4
14th 4I s.007.70 3,70
ijth ' 3,6j9j 3,945
6' " J37HS 4.165
17th 3 90J15 4.3o
18th ' 4.MV 4.o
10th M 4,613.70 4,800
aoth ' 5,000.00 5iOao
The mcoiu! and tuHqewt premtuma are liWely to
Ix reduced bv imcnatimr annual tit 1 1 tit ttt tout of tnr
4T AppWcatiotu can bo had of; and full Information
ill l gncn by the Agents,
a 1634 7
CASTLR A COOKR.
CHARLES BREWER to.
t; Kilbv Strkt( Uoston,
A11EXTH OF UAHAHAX VACKKTH,
GeHfmt C'uffimuiinM Jriifa.
ScUt attention g'wtn to the purtha-sing of good fur
lh Hawaiian trade, rrtitfht at lowest raus.
TJ W. SEVERANCE,
116 CauroiHia 5t. Cau, (Ruum Nu. 4 )
ItAH'AJtAX COXHVL Jt VOMMiSMON
Wolls, Fargo & Co's
MEKCIIANIItSK, I'ACKAdl'.S. I'AKCCI.S.
001.11 .Stl.VKR. HANK NOlt,
r;rc, i;ic, in a
FufaldUtx KU Cun.tyanc. Id all lartluTlli.
WmU ami rrvnt4l) Iklin.cJ.
FAVORABLE RATES ON FREIGHT
Mr 110.114 altanliuii ctn l CoHnlta. fciul
O. W. MACrARLANS CO.,
OLMSTKK ft CO.
i.wm: mr .1 r ri.'.v rro.v nr run
I'uni.w.t foiiMiir MmitjH.tsi.t
tn atlt- iilaf, to ih'lr large anl
.arlril ai4oitm.nt t4
i.oximoini's I'lUiriTSifiu ,
J11M rr-tftvrd. 'IMiU acVrt4Altdtil
In W the fint (-ifume t th
writld. All tif ime qiiahty, &$
(llfAt vmUiy of ihirs it) If
and iiUe, aluj
(all fthaiwt Ami M)U)
ami the lifjit aihI nwt cuinifetf Moci'f
rtf kept 11 thU Klngduin, A
large Invoice of
mm, n ;: m mtTF.nitA x i:a x svoxar.
ihrect from Iuroe, free from
Kami if dirt. Agent for
PARKE DAVIS ft COS
J. C AYER A COS
Horseford't Add Phosphates,
Green's August Flower & German Syrup,
Alkock Porous Plaster Co ,
M'.rray & Lanman's Florida Water
Yerba Buena Bitters.
OLLISTER & CO.,
are alio Proprietors and Manufic
farturers of the celebrated
Agent for Wni. S. KlmUII & Co
afViifrriiic Vantty Fair,
Tttlmrrn iihiI Clfjiirrite
wlitch have no rival -v 'Hie
laret nssorttuent of
PLUG TOBACCO AND CIGARS IN
OUR GMGRR Af.R & SODA WATER
ha always been recogniied as the
bet in the mar Let.
OUR 1UXCRR ALR RXTRACT
Icing manufactured from our own
private formula tn
AERATKD WATERS in Patent or Cork
Stoppered buttles as desired.
WHOLESALE & RETAIL, $9 NUUANU ST.
RETAIL, Cn. FORT MERCHANT STS
Crystal Soda Works!
Our Goods r' acknowledged ih. Beat I
WE USE PATENT STOPPERS!
In all our Hot tics. Families um no other
GINGER ALE BUT OURS.
CHILDREN cuv ran OUIl
We invite particular a item ion to our I'atent Fitter,
iccently intrt.duccd. by whuh all water ucd In mxt
nunufaitures is abtolutely fred front all Impuntics.
gaT We dtltver our Oouds Free of Charge to all
Iartof the city.
Careful attention paid to Uland Orders Address
"THE CRYSTAL SODA WORKS,"
1. O. IIOX m HONOLULU, II. I.
r OUR TELEPHONE IS NO. 998
tV OrJ.nUfl with IWimuo, South k Co., No. n,
Fvrt Nlrcl, will rccciv. xowH allmtioii. )i
.V.. jy aiMil ( rH Mlrtrl.
(urrutut tiouu't aTA.iai.)
W. H. P AB.
MT Carrlajts of all dcacriptloos aaaJe to order on
moat favorable teiou.
The tloMU atotUa jiven la repair of all kinds.
AU work guaranteed to f It salltattioo.
ASTLU A COOKIl.
Moiftttit', H. I
Would call attention In ttiHr Lirf and
vailed St(Kk of
(.'mUting of li unrivslUd I'atit Sit
I le Mi.tine Bi"l Hreslprs, antl Foirowlng f'ld. Mo
lri Sieel rij--ft tiire Plsnrl. Jr., Cuttl
vattKi, Out Scraptri,
John Dnoro'a (lun Plow,
Planters' lltes t( the lfl makes
IHBSKINft' CKI.EMKA'lKIr CANK KNIVI.S
iiiflda to orilcr. Ames Miovrli ami Siult,
tJardn lfi-( Canal lUrrows, (W
Itows. Volei. Clialnat rrn:
(.ha I n.
Sugar Mill Requirements.
SUGAR BAGS, SUGAR KEGS,
Sprnn Oil, (')hiidrr. Iini
ami Kroene (lit. I'erfect
Lubricators, I'IiimJmko, At
bwny (IreAse. lltln,s mid
S. and J. 1 itrs, allftlesaiid
kind. Steam I'ncliiiiif. Hit
and Round India Rubber,
AtMns and Suaii Stone,
l-Ui l'ackini;, India Hub
lff llov,)i tot inth. lita
and fjntiptni(i. Nuts and
Wahhrrm, finiied. iMaihine
Itolit, all Mies, luld jjett
lUackstnitnft, l.nKineer samt
Carienter' llamtners. I 'it
Luttcrs, Vinihe 8 litcli I
14 huh, AnviU, Vit es, Till
St-raira, ClrnuUitHie, llitt
Anirrican iLir Iroriaud'lortl
btcel, IliuMers Hardwitre,
all kind And ttct, Hub
buck's Taints and Oilsrnw
and laniled, bmall I'alnts in
Oil, in larce variety, Xity
I'ainls, Under, enrtia,.
Red. Ochres. Metallic. Ac,
Whitinz. ilerman Wiruluw
aos'td -ie, .Manila Uoj
No, i and a Flour, No. i and a Rice,
Crushed Sugar, China and Japan Teas,
Oysters, Clams, Salmon. Lobsters,
Finest Table Fruits front the Factory
Pure English Spices. Condensed Milt
Cocoa, SPECIALTIES: -The IMf
ric Hrrtmritf Of HrafoM'a (m
frfiiffii IAntntn 14 Inch, ituhbvr
Nlrhif ttml Vn nrtiH ' II rttkp Just at
hand.Blake Steam Pumn Valves, Pack
in if, &c, Blake Uoiler Feed, Juice or
Molasses, Irrigating & Vacuum Pumps
Weston's Patent Centrifugals Complete,
AtSO ON CONSIGNMENT
CahfumU Hay, Uartey, Poutoci Uarrels
Salmon, Hams, Abeto Muture for IloiUrs
and Steam I'lpes, very cheap, Fence Wire
and Staples, Galvanized Routing
Wilcox and Gibb's Automatic; Singer Manufacturing
Company, Auorted: Kcmiitcton Company, Family;
Wilvon, Alachine, the best assuitnunt lo b found,
and at Hot turn I'rices.
New Goo by every arrival from En g laud, New
ork and Sao Francisco,
1 New Traction Engine, 8-hona power.
Orders from the other Uland filled at Hcst Kates and
with dikuatch 340-953
CONTRACTOK and HUILUEK,
STJ1AM VLAXINU MIT.LS
Manuractue all klndi of
and all kinds of wood-work finish.
TuraUiifji awroU, amd Wmd Mawlaa
All kiitda uf rUnhtf aial Sawtiu. MurtWng, arkl Tan
OKDKKS I'KOdnt.V ATrKNDKI) TO AND
Onlcra frura tk tfhar tUnlt aulic'uctl. t4&as
II. ). NOLTE. I'kOI'KIKTOK.
Hga to .nnouAC lo hta fricn4 aivl lh uUc tn gn
.rat that lk aWv. Saluoa proUaa
From j a. H.t till to r, H.
Oim of llruiu kk & lUlk.'t oUbntiJ
la coiUXKtaU Uh th. ata.LUailiMiit, k.r. Waara of
IM ntt un nKitwla.
U now ovn tlailr, hr. R.ti.ikuoa auy t. k.4
all liaaM on akuit lutua.
II, . NOLTC, rioi.wior.
SMtral fliifi ,mj!lt from liirriol,
lljf ' Opfialla ' (rtm lMtlA, Ktramara frtjw San
IVarKlior, an.1 tAUet Ut,niTaU,
TIIKO, II. DAVII2S & CO,,
II roc f ted
K-nIIh and AairWan I'rlnts,
V-hiu lUUmi, i7nil ai hM L'Mtont,
l.(nti ItrIM an.1 ltifkv Crown Cnva,
rienth Mrlnor.f difTirnt f,'il.ti,
(Irey, llluean.1 MIsM rUrmt,
WatrriTnif lrd, Ihtsa MiM(nli.
hilks, flatlHt. Hilt KlhUHis,
Vtrl llvslery, UfxlrclMhin(,
IN OnilAT VARlnTV,
I.an( While aihl I'rirtlnl Molnltn,
tJnirt ami Loltnn IrUtathx, 'luwflt,
llandlenhf, Moulto Nttln(,
utiUrCMlilii(, Watrrprtmf Shctflnf,
Men'i, Women's At I hihlrfn's lUptts U ,
(tiles sfH bivl adated lo this market,)
IfcfTM llUnlets. lied HUhUu,
(sll tlrs, wrlcfiti, rpisMles and cl.t,)
Vvh't't rfiir Ttt)wHtvtf,
Ihtjf ttiitt Main,
CVtili Kites, Navy ami Merthant Canrss IU,
Hlttr Ttess Magii, (mjj), Sugar I tit 2,
Hk tKt,Cnal lla, j ft J I'Ty I wine,
English, Hawaiian & Amorican Flags
0, 5 i ; j"'i)
M'xjT OdOoths, (tfctrfnt dedirii, aurtn widlhi)
Men's 8wldlstld Ha-1. 1 Irs, Sa.ldWy,
Iron llfdilfa-U, (tUsnlied Ihuheta,
'IlnnMl iron 'lea Ktttlea, Sauce I'afiis, Try I'ans,
l!u(lnr Knives, Knives ami Torki.
'Iln I'tatr, Sheet !d, Oalvsnlrnl Water l'i-!
H l') IihIim),
White latf (varkisiualitle),
I Wni Oil, lurpnlme,
(at ui, ft, 7. 1 arl 9 ft. leuathi),
t!iilvariiril KrieMrsand Wa'.ners,
Vrttow sttvitthiua Mfhii ,v yait
Aiiripalnl Ken a Wire, feme Stat4et,
Wlr. llant (liinrda atnl Attliea,
Meal Kalll, Willi II. Ii I'Ulaa, Hold an, I IiV,
A I.AKOI: ritKSII ASSOUIMIINf OF
("rockery anil (JIasswari, Oo, Pictl, Shovels,
PlMntalionaml Mechanic's logh,
Robey A Co's I'urtahle hnaittc.
One .Splendid I'iano. by llrinsmrad & Buns,)
'leutd L'hnin, (iXKage's hoop,
(1 (jualities, in d 4 and 60 bart),
llel YteUli Steam Uual, Coke,
I loorinji Tiles, r ire Clay,
I 'or tl And Cement, (White At Johnson's)
1-ire Ilritk. loihspiareahdart.h,
Lump K.Kk, .Sail, Hher SaIIi
(Io if Inch widths.)
A I -a me and l'relt Aivjttinent of
Californian and English Orocorioc.
U. I MhD) Ut
No. 42 Queen Street.
Have now landing
For Alameda & John D. Sprockolo,
ukgr siiirmNTft or
Assorted Mevcha ndise
Comltting in art of
I! LI. Hour, Oolden Oate.
I It,!. Hour, Kl Dorado.
tacks Wheat. Ilet,
backs Itarlcy, Ill
backs Corn, (tent. Whole,
backs Com, Ilest, Cracked,
backs Hran. Cuar and Fine.
Saiks Itouw. White.
backs tteans Ked,
bicks llcans, llayuu,
backs Itcans, Horse,
backs lleant, Lima
.SarL Onions. Ilea Silver Skin,
.Sacks Potatoes, I left 1 in Gunnies.
Cakes l.xtra Sotla C'ters,
Cases Medium l.read.
Cases Cracked Whet, 10 Ik 1-a-s,
Caes Corn Meal, white, to lb. aru
Cases Oat Meal, 10 lb. bags,
CiVs Oupee Hams,
Caaks CV A Hams,
Cases Ii. 11. Itacon.
Cases FaitbanV's Ijrd, 5 lb. pail.
Cases Fairbank,'s Iird, IU pail.
Cases Fan-bank's fjird, 10 lit. pail.
Caes Whitney's Duller, In tins
Half Mis. Ilulter. I'ickte Roll,
Qr. bbls. iluilcr, I'ickle Hull.
Hairfukins liuttcr, Oilt Kdge,
Qr. firkins Kuttcr, Gilt Kde,
Causes New Chree.
Itoxes and bdls. Salt Codfish,
Ubl l"iercc Columbia Hiver Salinun,
Cac Kreih Ecgs
Cases Iiundr' Starch,
loses ltrown laundry Soap,
1'ure Java CoiTee, Roasted and Ground, 1 lb. tins,
backs Green CotTee,
Chet Jaian 1 ca, 1 lb. imperii,
Chests Japan 'lea, lb, pAjatrs'
lloxcs Raidns, Ixmdoji la)trs,
boaes Raiin, London layers,
)i botes Ra'iMns, LwkUhi I-ajcf,
(loses Raisins, Muscatel
Cases Mixed Pickles,
Case Spice, assorted, all sues,
I'atis Mince Meat, At morn,
Tins Mince Meat, Curlings.
Sacks Raw 1'eantits,
backs hnahth Walnuts,
backs Soft bhrll Almond,
backs lexas Pecans, estra Urge
Cases California Honey, 1 lb. tins.
Cases Kinjr,, Morsel Co's., fresli canned
Fruits, Jellies and Vegetable.
(tales Wrapping Taper, extra quality.
ft LARCK ASSORTMKNT or
Jient California Lealher,
Svle, Insole, Harness, bUrting and Uppers.
I rt nth and American Calfskins,
bheep bkins Goat bklns,
Hatwailan Saddle Tree
And other goods too numerous to mention,
These good are fresh, were bought very low. and
lilt U sold at
LOWEST MARKET RATES.
i w. ibensnr & sw,
n-i No. 48 Qini mttU
G. J. AVALLEll,
53 BUTCHER fe
1?o tlio Xiont.
A GREAT BOON '10 HONOLULU PUBLIC
IIEEI", VKAI, MUTION,
LAM II. COKK AND riSII,
K14 to lour data afur Uuu UllaU. tnr llalM!U.
raan I'alant iHr AU Ktftlgtrafur. Guaramaaii t.
kai lontEtr aAar Jcbtrry iban fifth aUU.1 nc.tt. lo
Hunalujr tiCMK. WAt.Lr.KS aiAKKt.lh auo
Oat KUs SU..I.
aW MEAT IOR SALE ALL IMV, la
if lnkioj th. yMix fur ft Carura, I x J'kk a
coMi.un U Ih. UM. U. J. WALLER.
f STTSR HIADr, AND BILL HlAD
frUaW Mall. .aJ ai fMuuaaU. r4. al tk. Jaalar
HEii m&i mi.it.
that by the "Sltamer Aiamds( dde n Mflndar rei t (rd Inst, I will
rtel?e my usnal mpplyoi
Gent's Pine Furnishing Goods.
It in ncuillcss to cnunicnttu the fine vtiricty of goods wlilcli
arc always kept on hand in this old establishment : here always
will Ik: found everything necessary to complete a Gi!.nti.i:man's
OirrriT. I have everything initially kept in stock in the best
appointed dent's Furnishing Store. I have, also, this clay
received oy me
Steam Barkentine " MORNING STAR " From Boston,
The finest and handsomest line of
TRUNKS AND BAG WARE,
liver displayed in any one show-room.
It will afford mi: pleasure to show these nice goods to my
Patrons and Kriends. Anyone contemplating traveling ought
to call and examine these fine goods. Prices very low u;; usual.
Comer of Fort and Merchant Streets,
Honolulu, March. 2 1st, i88;. 2.38-249
FEESS PUBLISHING C0MPA1TY,
NEWS, BOOK and JOB PRINTING OFFICE
Cam illicit' Xcw ltitllithtfi, Mrrrmul Street.
Wedding, Visiting rr Business Cards,
Invitations, Menu Cards, ' ,'
Ball Programmes, Letter,
Note, Statement or Bill Heads,
Shipping Receipts, Money Receipts,
Certificates of Stock, Contracts,
Bills of Lading, ChccLs, .,
Drafts, Orders, Notes,'
Tickets, Legal and Mercantile Blanks,
Labels. Books, Pamphlets, etc,
NEATLY, ELEGANTLY, PROMPTLY, SURELY and REASONABLY DONE.
Til OS. . 'J'llHUM, MaiHivet:
The Corner Harness Store Still to the Front!
(.arifc invoice of Goods (ofll dencrijtttom) having
Intcii received by me they
WILL BE SOLD AT LOWER PRICES,
'Chan the fame uaIuy r)fGorIcan 1 (jOKhawil 1
wherein Horvilulu and utUactiun (juaraiilvej. M Mortt
coii'jutii u( all kind of Amtncaji. LnglWli and ).incy
Saddles, Belts, Pouches, Leffglnifs.
Saddle Cloths, School Bags, Etc,
Bits, Spurs and Stlmipi, Etc.,
In Nickel and Sliver Plate,
The Reputation of my HOME MADE HARNESS
Tor urtoriiy l" workmanship and niaterul renuint unchalhnged during my I er rcnnC here.
'n.AiikfuI for the sencroui atronase of the pott, its contlnuahce and lucre In the future h tt specif u II y
solicited at the old ttand.
CT. MATTHEWS HALL, SAN MATEO. CAL.
A sviiooJT roit HOYS.
Under Military Discipline.
treated in die liraliltful rilUse of San 51a!j, on the Southern 1'aclfic R. K., f I milea from JUn Francitctf.
KataUislied n ,B6(. Kuurlccn latructora of repuutlon and abili'y. 'Ihe UnldinK arc ratenuve, ar.
heated by ateatn and are it. c,r,y ay arranged fur th. health and rr tifort of tb. cadeta, trinity SatMoti
leina July 94.
ror further informatioti and catalogue, utf out, addreaa .
Hev .t'KED LKK IIKEWEK, M. A.,
A Horse ! A Horse I My Kingdom for a Horse. AVwjf KuluirJ.
Tlae XT'n.Mt rJ?iottiikK' ltiUlioi
"v e w t" ij i e.'.;';-
1 taring rmrthaml ll.il celebrated Stallion from .MR. JAMES CAMI'IIKI.U 1 lereby rutify tkr iuUc
that h. .tUaand tl urcMnt aeaMwi at my headfiuanera, comer of I'uiKhlio.l and Queen ttieeta (Caotat.
UuncyV) Ternia fur tnvaeawn, $50; tolnture, $100. '
Venture ta a rich Chcunut color, 16 hands high, uul vrelh alottt t.too ponndi. In f fracture he Is the pic
ture of treat inutcuUr lr, and tn appearance, leroperaiueM and dt'powtHM, he faultlen, Kull of ftrc WM.
KcntltneM, h U witlkout iV vr Uemikli. A a Mock ltorte he U having eutordUiary succetAl hU pamvt
pruKtny, both in California and in I hi country, attest this fut, tcveral of tbeia Uin ftU lo tro4 low Uowft. MtJ
on of hi daughter enu) can trot in s.s enut
promltinj to-)earold in California. He trotted a mile
Venture, Chettnut hor, foaled iti itCt, by llciuy
by Aurtaui Hoy. he by Imported KkpediUon.
iu dam. Mim MoMvu. br American Hot. Jr.
td dam, by Kcnnrr's lrav Medoc.
vldatn. Imported Ladv loU)n, lyTsmrrs.
4th dant, lt.valid. by Wrmltrr,
jth i)tn., HtUn, Ly llanillctonian.
uh dam. Sumo, by Oterton.
TthUui, Drowty.by Orotic.
ia ,i .Mia toy Oh ItwataHw
91 h dam, by Cullcn Arabian,
loth dam, Jliw Cade, by Cade.
nth dam, MU .UUItu. by aon of Greyhound.
illllKlll! IJ OUKIB,ail UVT,
Ijlhdaui, N'aiural lUrb Mae
In oiTennr, the mtvU-ca of thi Iv.rw to the publb? 1
Varu I (Vi I mi k Mautun mi liw wuiDJi minfj mt uu. (" im raniuii vp inn uita run wihuii w wmr. M w taWaW
authority llutu m obtained, and if h tot. then 1 will torlett all ny claims lo (Vhm anowUdic It wfH bm
rn that hit .icrretrpfvuMk a union of he ptur lUi if the a-jitluh and American iborouahbfrd racer,
one of hi graod Jaint. as alw one of hit xrcat Kiand dams being imponed Uom Kfiglaad o (be L-Wad Staiee.
When Venture wa on the turf, aluul eight ear ago, he was at Ibat time ike Mrwlioaal horse of he Facttto
Coau, and tbe spotting pajwrs in K KaM that were aleas so much oppOMd u tuoaing Ujo1 bt th trader,
cooiru(Kd pu.kUig away at hU pedigree, trying to fiod a cud uom In i, at the tunc lima decUriag thai tt was
aimply ImpuuiUe luc a stnc)ly thorvuchUeu hone ta trot as fa4 as he w tlten trotting : but at U they hail to
site it up, and admitted the fact that he waiaurktly thoroughbrrd hore. bu de tare Mas a I UaotaaM. aw
fll , )W 4HUMIUI W M trrl BJriu fa ii Iliaiaua
woild wide, and U U a well know Call hu blood akked
wrre uaarJe to account for hu great pcM l (h trttiiing
inoroogoivrea ivjtm cter enown, an, in auoiiioa iu iruuiv, ia vtmmt inurougaurvu knuu au, taff wetecer
and 0trt Iale. were said to have ooMted great MJ t the Ifot. ISealdcs thuc, be sited the dat of IMla
rUho, t.M I lora hhepherd, t;o ( Monarch, .4 f Nell) l'Jcl, :;) J Kuulc, .: wbkh U a sJwwtngr. thai
a great many of the bet trottug bred hot mi lannot eiu-U. lr. J'atrkk limit, wHaiou(4 tiSe aaoal ta
petKnceddmvrtott the I'acrk CoU, Ic4d hm the Ua iibm that 1 aav htm, tru4 Vcnlara was the faateet tnatar
that be ever pulled a hit over, and that If L.ftiper La not been soured la bis youth by bad handling, he fc
Ueved lhat he would have equaled, if not uP J. all the records f nad, and lhat he could Uow wo
minutegui wlhhim lo a wagon, but U nmuany ha would Uoeae wild, on ate wont of h hot hWl, aad was
often Uatcn by horm that umU hardly rua ' ! irU. HU recoflra sjV, which eiiMMSi
tire of hUped. wsiiadeaibe CkikUod truth la il;;,inare bkhh won, Lealtng Alesauder.0ue.Oesi
trl keno and lUHy Msyward, tbts being ls but pubiK perfonrunca. l
It It thought by ttHM ptopic ibAt an tta av i
f.l. a . . Ii I . I t I. .1.1 akk i.u.djl.
wmahe cvuto owii404y . , .,, r- ,. -
uiaerous of hune suing their l loau ai a auvanccu . I
lrni...l tli.AU.. araa lafUfJinn Ti OU thfll hat UTd S
fnlw fw tr. .(! alml Ijik ULacLbUTO and (MaiKf
nveilmportrd Leanwagton wred Iroqwo, hisbeM w the laat ea thai he hved, at iwaMy ire Asaoai seui
ten may U sweatojoed VUujucm. tU tin of M, Juiten, bo U ihirtyb )ean old this atxta. 4 l aasJlci ha
as lively and vuvrvusas he inreit, nd hu youna; foabi i pnctiaW . any Hut h er got. tHW Hajatf
Ionian died U Harch, il, aed laeaty-eawa fecr, W tarul twu mU the bw i-rs d hi hse, Ml Mi i
tUai. called ttaiiidioutusUUtftWalsoiiugmijedtf t,iK oaaisaaki So ha
eu tally as f-asi.
Wuh ihraafacu Ufon us U is ibxlq lhat the g of a horse 1a ibHkUglodi wkh hUsoccaw aaa aW. I
tkink ante thai there l i gi tU deal U i lU cwHiittM thai a borM s hat. M an antaaal that U el cnra4 fct.
wuh4enlyof eaercUe, WaUUget betuy foaUlSan on, (hat U I
VeMwe Is twtM) two year old Ibis spring, a! waththet
ttiM laU iKik h attrkaa brfwrc. He la a rtaaarkavLlw au
aatf ucu a aaarw to aioi in aiaM uu hwi uwiw
a .. . !.:. .... .1... ... .....! - ,
wvelha Vjgrvuiney tasee I pnd now a ha t l
good nuare ISwmU b w UnJ la their own inteccic
fur aey aotonai partMulan fepfly ranchtwt
llvwhda, April lr lH
Corner of Fort rand King StreaU, Honolulu,' H. I.
U alto the lUru of 1 ranut which U uM to he tl 100a
Ut fvawo, a a yearling, fn '.$$.
ViUUmon, Emj. GatUnd, CallfornU; Hy tUtswikt, he
1 a dam, IniporinJ PrtmeUa, by Comau
u tiani, by raniian.
yi dam, Jwn, by 'Irumalor.
fihdam, lryncJla, by Highrl)r.
Jib dam. Promise, by bnau. ', k
thdaut, Julia, by l&iAk. " .( t rf ,
rth dam. Ftpcitat'tr's dam, by fartner,' , t
Vth dam, by lrUy's AraUan.
lUh daui, b ll)erly 'lurk.
uh din. ttv 'latTaal HrU.
ih dam, by 1'lace's While Turk.
male ooe claim for him. which U lha he b (Um I
gat. Uut the latoe vf bit, wre, M HelatoM, is i
mm a" r-w aw V. a" M( ,a.JlHa rH4lUrrt
better with th trotting faaa.hs than that of mvmW
not as gM a producer as yuox . hut aa Brcaief
L. rlr-t kj . . ... I .! .. 1 I . .
m im (jvoutatTtrr as a y , mi i grcasef
tlatnMd by Stoauy Uge breeder, ibd inaiencat ate w '
U.t that Ihe abve theury haa lung h he l4urJ4.
rd Sir Arc by, hU Urj mi l Ho-wie VixUd, who ded
h.La.nWi. L fl itW ta tJ kU ufmt timm t ku rw.(Hak.
rT""i y-" tr n-TTf r if inj it tfii aynai
M carw that 1 uantd la niva -1 1 -- wJSbi Ux timm
sure hraeder. air. ' -" aawarea awa ihma im a.M
a loaf, aao Me auuy Ucaattfwl a-, "w t Mr, IV, raw, a
la be k$ m CMnvewssM la th Mtmtmi MsUfc, wa osm a'
I0 aeagUct the tiayramiiliy of iJlaiwiag hta blood w4sVlfcy
..T. J i.r 4 . t . . aj ..a. """
aod Qween .
.".r :...., li
- i-ll Jrntf-'.(