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( Continued from last week )
titr. cavaUjo .vtem of raw.su tiif.
Four poMs, about 3 t 3 inches, se
cured upright and firmly to the door,
and at Icau aJ4 feet from the ivall ;
the ports distant 4x3 feet, to form an
oblong square. Now, i' feet abore
the floor, on the inside of each post,
looking to the shorter side of the
square, bore a hole large enough for a
tenpenny nail to fit loosely. 'I he same
operations on each post, 3 inches aliotc,
and so on every three inches until you
reach the height of six fecL Now,
lengthwise that is, on the longer (.1
feet) side of the square, place a strip
1 x y inch, from post to post, resting
upon the nails in the lowest holes.
'I his is done on loth sides of the
square. Having now two strips running
parallel from ost to post, place ocr
these strips smaller strips, about y( x
inch, and t'i to 1 inches apart, and so
as to form a right angle with the two
larger strips ('lo make the tray, or
hurdle, more substantial, and not
liable for the smaller strips to be dis
placed, they should at both ends have
a notch to fit the two larger x j
inch strips ) This, the first fioor, is
rotcrcri with heavy perforated papers
(the holes the sic of a ten cent piece.)
The Iray is now ready to receive the
worms, whidi have been allowed to
grow on the old system until they have
passed through the third molt. They
arc moved from the old trays to the
Cavallo tray by means of branches with
their fresh leaves. On the old system
your trays of .( 3 feet could not, with
safety, hold more than 1,000 or 1,200
worms, but with our Cavallo tray you
can put on .1,000. If they should appear
somewhat crowded, put on more
branches, laying them gently down, and,
as far as practicable, in a right angle
ith the last. Having in twenty-four
hours fed the worms five or six times,
it will now be seen that the branches
laid crosswise, one layer iil)oc the
other, have taken the form of an arbor.
Above, among and under the branches,
with surrounding air for every worm,
they now show unmistakable signs or
vigor and health.
Hut now the litter on the tray' has
attained a height of, perhaps, 0 inches.
To prepare for its removal, we place
again two strips, i inch, length
wise over the nails which have been
placed in the holes that were even with
the litter. Now, over these two strips,
as in the first tray, )ou place the
smaller snips. These strips, if the
nails are even w ith the surface of the
litter, will jut rest on the branches and
the two parallel strips alike. On these
we plate, as we did for the first tray,
perforated papers, and having let our
worms fast a Tew hours, we teed again
with branches, selecting those with the
lenderest and freshest leaves. The
worms, bciiiL' hungry, make at once for
the leaves. IT there he some that still
linger behind, the setond feeding will
bring them up. When all the worms
have come up lo the higher tray the old
litter is to be removed as follows :
Two persons standing, each by the
opposite post, lifting gentl) the lowest
( x f) strip over the nail upon which
it was resting, and which is removed at
the same time, the ends are slowly let
down to the floor, with its load of litter
and branches. Same operation at the
other end of the two strips.
The litter now should at once be
carried out of the cocoonery. The re
moval of it should not have occupied
more than three minutes, while the
worms have remained undisturbed, feed
ing upon their "pasture green." As
litter and branches again accumulate,
they will be removed in the same
manner, in putting on new and taking
off the old anil lower strips.
After six or seven days, when the
first Symplons ol the approaching fourth
molt are noticeable, we, as in the old
sstcin, feed sparingly, to avoid an ac
cumulation of branches that would
check the circulation of fresh air. This
fourth and last molt, as the silk grower
well knows, is the most laborious, as
also the most critical time for the
Jiomlyx. However, we await the result
without fear or apprehension, for are
they not in the best condition to
undergo nature's great effort in casting
the skin ?
And when, at last, they have safely
gone through this last trial, while in
the state of larva, and health and vigor
again hold their own, and an almost
insatiable hunger demands an enormous
quantity of food, the great saving of
labor of the Cavallo System become
plainly evident, inasmuch as one person
only can attend to the feeding of thirty
such trays (of 4,000 each) as we have
before us. llesidcs, the many twigs and
branches above which the worms move
makes any further preparation for the
spinning unnecessary. Thus, in the
busiest of the season, there is another
great saving of labor and time.
Hut among the many claims of the
Cavallo S)slem upon the consideration
of the intelligent silk-grower, perhaps
the strongest, is that )oung trees, one
year after planting, can be made
available to make a crop of silk.
Indeed, where the plants arc set nut
close together, as you would for a
hedge, the clippings of the twigs and
tranches will favor the growth of
numerous shoots which, the next
season, will have become valuable
branches, while the stripping of leaves
necessary with the old system, retard
the development of the trees.
I should have mentioned before that
where space is an object, the four posts
are used for two sets of trays that is,
about three feet above the floor you put
up a stationary tray, upon which is
spread a strong paper, not perforated,
as otherwise the litter, etc. might fall
through upon the worms below on the
There are other suggestions in order,
and many details that necessarily had
to l left out, but the intelligent reader
doubtless will "catch the idea" of the
Cavallo sv stem, and will, I trust, put it
in practice the coming season.
That its general introduction among
the silk growers would make the culture
of silk vastly iiiqjc profitable, those who
shall have given it but one trial will
Nevertheless, there could be no
greater fallacy than to believe that this
system alone will insure success. On
the contrary, 1 feel incapable of urging
in sufficiently strong terms the selection
of sound eggs, of robust lurentage, and
the observance of every law of health.
(Concluded.) "Sit and the Silk
IVifrm, tyC, II. Rossiter."
A pauper plumber is the rarest work
of circumstances. AVtt' York Journal.
V 11 e 1. a motnter of Mit.h tuilcou. mirn
i hat fJ IiauiI h(! but lo l sern ,'
Udl lho hu Sfem to k xht most inrliliett.
In this rtpft. pthap. ' ctsk1' blind.
When a boiler explodes from a
scarcity of water it is the cause of
"thought it was loaded." Mew York
" Can vntl avn mn tli firtrlrncft etf fi
dealer in old coins?" Subscriber. We
believe the United States government
h.1 ftitt'Prnl tillnrlrml tnne t( ti lmttirrl
dollars it would like to dispose of
t-iii.iji. titriiri4ti t'ric j rfii.
tic blw Into hi nun to s.
If loading up it needed ;
Th jury to a nun if r e
The (jun blew after he did.
What is that with an apron? That,
my son, is a woman. What is she try
ing to do? She is trying to drive ten
pullets and a gentleman hen out of the
garden. Will she do it ? No, my son,
nut sue win spoil the garum. stir-
lingon Fne 'rest.
A fair anj accoin(.li.hed youn. lit ,
Fell in lone with a lady nameJ I'r .
Hut lit, term scientific,
Came forth io terrific,
I hat they really and truly quite slir
"I hear your wife's left you, Mr. Hifl?"
"Va-as, 'Kiah's gone." "Left for good?
"Vaas, 'Riah's left for good." "Don't it
make you kind of anxious?" "No 'Riah
was a woman of strong determination. I
'ain't got no anxieties. She won't come
back." Detroit Free Puss
A man Is sery much tile a gun,
Tlial fact plea try to fie ;
lor it he find, he', charged too much
Why, that's the time he kicks.
A philosopher says : "Live your life
in such a way as to show a contempt
for wealth." That's "us I" We want
our daily life so intermingled with
wealth, as it were, that familiarity will
breed contempt. Rochester Post
Express. Said the civilian, as he saw the cordi
ality between the Iloston soldiers and
their southern guests : "And these are
the men our soldiers were trying to
lick a few years ago, and now- sec how
they respect them !" And an old
veteran replied : "Hang it, sir ; you'd
respect 'em if you'd been there and
seen how hard they were to lick,"
Host on I'ost.
A Washington letter says that Miss
Hayard is not only very pretty, but ex
tremely bright. She was the young lady
who astonished Oscar Wilde by her
keen repartee to his patronizing remark.
"Are you going to the gcrman, Mr.
Wilde?" she asked, the night of his
lecture there. " Yes," drawled the
esthetic, " if my lecture doesn't fatigue
me too much. Are you going, Miss
Hayard?" "Yes, if your lecture doesn't
fatigue me to much." New York
" No, George," said a sagacious wife.
at a summer hotel ; " I can't think of
having you come here to spend Sun
day, after working hard in your office
all the week. You need rest and
recreation. Next week, now, be sure
and stay in the city and enjoy yourself."
George vows a vow that his Sundays
shall be passed at the hotel while his
wife remains. Score one for the woman.
Woman, you know, don't know how to
carry a point. Oh, no 1 That is to say,
she can't reason her way, but she can
now and then get along by her intuitive
faculties just about twice as fast as can
man with his godlike reason. Boston
Ten wear), footsore travelers,
All in a noeful Dlieht.
Sought shelter at a a)iide inn
One dark, and stormy night
" Nine lds no mure, the landlord said,
M Have I to ufTer )ou;
Ti each of eight a single room,
Hut the ninth must serve for two '
A din arose. The troubled hot
Could only scratch his head.
For of those tired men no two
Could occupy one bed.
Hie puuted host was soon at eae
I le was a clesrr man
And so, to please his guests, devised
This most ingeniuus plan :
'. ! ."..'..V..!..'. I '"f'!'..,:.! "l"I'l"f"i"i
In twin marked A two men were placed :
I he third he lodged mil;
The fourth to C aas then assigned
I he fifth retired lo IJ.
In I. the sixth he tucked awa),
in F the seventh man;
I he eighth mid ninth in G And II,
And then to A he ran,
VVheieiu the host, as I have sstd,
Had laid tu travelers by;
then, taking one, the tenth and last,
He lodged him safe in I
Nina single rooms -a room for each
V ere made lo icnc for ten ;
And this it is that purilet me.
And many wiser men. Tahiti.
A traveler on horseback, attracted
by a large number of children huddled
around the door of an Arkansaw cabin,'
sioppcu and asked ol a woman who
suddenly appeared : "Is this a school
house?" "Did vr.u take it for sich ?"
"Yes, considering the number of chib
dren." "Well, I reckin you've a right
to your opinion." "Hut is it a
school?" "No, it ain't." "Are alt those
children yours?" "1 reckin thev are."
"How do ) ou make a living for all of
incmf "i uont. I turns 'cm out an'
lets 'em scratch." "What do they get
to eat ?" "Huirs an' sich." "Come, my
good woman, you arc trying to joke me.
I am a stranger in this country and 1
really asked for information. I have
often heard of squatters. Do you be
long to that family?'' "I reckin I do,
fur I squat sometimes an' comb my har
when the children air asleep." "Where's
your husband ?" "In town." "In
business there?" "Yes, I reckin."
"How long has it been since you saw
him ?" "About a year." "Why doesn't
he come to see you ?" "Well, you see,
them t'eputy martins came along one
day an' seed him bilin' some corn in a
kittle, an '.lowed he was makin' whisky,
so they tuck him along. Look out
The stranger dodged, but not quite
soon enoueh. A boy fell from a tree
under which the stranger had stopped
and struck him on the shoulder.
I "Didn't know he was there." said the
tiavcler, reguiding with astonishment
the youngster, who arose to his feet
and began to throw dust at the horsej
"I dont't reckin you did," the
woman replied, "but Icininc tell you,
the woods is full of 'era, an' they're
liable to drap on )ou at any minit, an'
as it ain't safe to stay in the limber,
you'd better lake the big road an
mossey. Good day. You, Jke, put
that liward down. Eph, that ar tar
jipin 'II bile you if you put your finger
in his mouth. Dran that scorpion,
John. Nick, don't chaw that vine, fur
it'll puen yt." Arkansas TrauIUr,
pOSTON BOARD OF UNDERWRITERS.
C IIKtilVhK t.
Agent for the Hawaiian ttUndi,
RITISH FORBtGN MARINE INSUR.
a nee Company, (Limited)
TlnO. Jf. DA VIES, AGtiXT.
IlSe W. ntent h receitFtl IrKtmctk. to re
duce the rate of Insurance between Honolulu and
Pont In the .'at. fie, and U now prepared to Uiue poll
cie it the lowest rales, with a special reduction oil
freight per steamers at 0-161
DRBMEH BOARD OF UNDERWRITERS.
F. A. SClfARFRK & C A tint
A! vi a rent i for the
Dredn Hoard of Underwriters.
Vienna Doardof Underwriters,
For the Hawaiian tiUnd. tto-4t
pan of Berlin.
F. A SarAEFRR 6 O., AGKXrS.
The ahove Irturance Company, ha established a
General Agency here, and the undersigned, General
Agent, ark authorized lo taVe rWksagainKt the dangers
of the bea at the mot reatonahle rate and on the
mo! favorable term. aio-at5i
GERMAN LLOYD MARINE INSURANCE
Company of Berlin
. a. scfAKFFX .- cv., Aaxxrs.
The above Insurance Company has established a Gem
rat Agency here, and the above fcigned, General Agents,
are authorized to take Kitks againt the dangers of the
bffl at the most reasonable lates, And on the most fa
vorable term io-.t6i
HAMBURG-BREMEN HIRE INSURANCE
F. A SCitARFEH & 6 ( AOF,
!he above firm having been appointed agents of this
company are prepared lo loure risks against fire on
Stone and l.rlcK building an J on Merchanditf stored
therrln, on the mot favorable term. For particular
apply at their olT.ce, ip-a6t
ORTH- GERMAN EIRE INSURANCE
Company of Hamburg.
It ItACKFEU) 6- Co , AGZtTS.
Capital and Reserve Keictimark 8,9jo.ono
" Ihcir K Insurance Companies, " 33.ooo.cnr)
'ITie Agntof the ahove Company, fur the Hawaiian
Isltml, are prepared to insure lluitdingt, I urniture.
Merchandise and Produce, Machinery, etc, also Suzar
and Kice Mills, and vessels in the harbor, against loss
or damage by fur, on the most favorable terms.
HAMBURG.MAGDEBURG FIRE INSUR
ance Company of Hamburg.
Building, Merchandise, Furniture and Machinery
Insured against Fire on the most favorable terms,
NEW ENGLAND MUTUAL LIFE INSUR
ance Company of Boston.
CASTah A. COOKh, AGKX7S
INCORI-ORATBn 1 835.
The oldest Purely Mutual Life Insurance
Company in the United States.
I'ttttetr Itmunt n thrmot I'urnvnlilfTrrmm
Losses paid through Honolulu Agency, $40,000
a 10-76 1
PHILADELPHIA BOARD OF UNDER
C. IiHhH':it A- Co
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
TRANSATLANTIC FIRE INSURANCE
Company of Hamburg,
. IIACKFELD & Co.t Afrntt.
Capita, and Reserve . Reichsmark 6,ooo,non.
' their Re Insurance Companies " 101,650,000
. Reichsmark 107,650,01x1
'I he Agent of the alwve Company, for the Hawaiian
Islands, are prepared to Insurelluilding, Furniture,
Merihindisc and Produce, Machinery, etc., also Sugar
and Kice Mill, and vessel in the harbor against lo
or damage by fire, on the most favorable teim.
HE LIVERPOOL AND LONDON AND
Globe Insurance Company,
iSJ0'& Co. AGEWS.
VnltmltrA l.hthlllttj to Storhhohter.
Assets. ... $31,136,100
INUMB FOR 1879:
Premiums received after deduction of re
Insurance $ 5.38,95
Losm:s promptly adjusted and pid here.
'39 39 s
of San Francisco.
CASTLE is COOKE, AGEXFS.
IncorjKjrated 1875. 210-261
EW ENGLAND MUTUAL LIFE
Insurance Company of Boston, Mass.
AMMfts Jttntiiirjf Iitt, tSHS, nearly 5.17,
000,000. Polices Issued on the most favorable terms, and
absolutely Nonforfeitable after Two
FXAMFLE C) ISON-rOKFhITUHE PLAf :
Insured age 3s ears 20 ears Endowment Pliti for
Ann it it I JVfiliiiii jtV'-itf.JO
C ill-burr. VTe. Pdup In.
At the end of the ad Vear. $ a8y 85 $ 545
3d " 46a 70 840
4th " 643.15 1,130
stli " 831.85 1,415
v oth " 1,01900 s.oos
7th ' i,i3i'5 .97Q
8th " i,o.75 ."J3
9th " 1.07605 1,500
loth " .yti.6s 3,755
nth " a, 157 50 3,005
nth ' 8,41545 3,150
13th " a,6d5 00 3 43.
14th " 1,967.70, 3,710
5th " 3.3 9 J.W5
lh 3 37s 35 4.165
zlM 305315 4.380
18th 4,148 sa 4.500
19th 4.613 70 4,&oo
totlt 5 000.00 5,000
The secund and subte,ieut premiums are likely to
be reduced by inctiaiing annual Jntrtbtwts of fur
tff Application can be had of; and full Information
will be gi en by the Agents,
CASTLE cV COOKE.
ipHARLES BREWER & Lo.
27 KlLLMY SlKKKT, HOSTON,
AiiESTS (IT UAU'AllAS VAVKKTH,
f cm mil C'otMiriiaaJou .l(eif.
StUl attention tin to the purchasing of goods for
int Hawaiian trut. r return at lowest rates
O W. SEVERANCE,
116 CALiroKNi Sr. CaL(Koom No. 4.)
It A HAH AX COXSVL X COSIMtSSWX
Mrrrtntnt. it 6-361
Wcu cm I bbcrtiocincntc.
CO'NIH or llol.L AND Umox Siih.
BRANCH OP BURBKA MARKET
The under! it J has recently opened this new
Market and U prepared lo promptly furnlvh all orders
iw in cnotcesi quality 01
UEEK, VWL, MimON
LAM 11 AND PORK
Km it Pok Saiiacis (made dally)
Bolucma and Blood and Uii SaI'saom
(a speciality )
Respectfully, UEO. D, SCHRAEDER.
Forest Market, Itlephont No. j6.
Euteka Mai Let, fflcbhone No. 114. tt5
PLANING MILL. L
AUk . BsNtr Qmswa St.
C J HarJic, CoalractOf ami BusUcr, is Propmlor.
MouUlags so4 Finish aj.ty. M Lan4, Th null
Wh IW iaI, hard aod kA uq, wo! cvi usj tpta
Tttapasou Na. M- J4lj
TJOLLISTER & CO.,
t.win: Titr attkxtiox or tiik
vvnt.ia & covxrur Mr.ituiiA.r.t
In particular, to tti.tr largt and
ssri.J amortment of
lAJSvnona's i'kufumkh y,
just received, I hit is acknowledged
to be the finest perfume In the
world. All of one tjualii),
Orest variety of odors styles
nd pikes, also
(all shapes and style)
and thejargest and most complete stock of
ever kept in this Kingdom, a
large invoice cf
M'.I.Mi; M KUITIUtltAX r.A x spuxiu:
direct from L'urope, free from
land or dirt. Agents fur
PARKE DAVIS & COS
J. C AYER & COS
Horseford's Acid Phosphates.
Green's August Flower & German Syrup,
Allcock Porous Plaster Co ,
M'trray St Lanman's Florida Water
Yerba Duena Bitters.
TJOLLISTER & CO.,
aic hIm Proprietors and Manufac
facturers of the celebrated
Agents for Wm S. Kimball & Co's
Frayrunt t'untty Ftttr,
Tobacco and Cttartitt
which have no rivals. The
largest assortment of
PLUG TOBACCO AND CIGARS IN
OVK GINGEK ALE sV S0DAWA7EK
has always been recognized as the
Lot in the market,
OUR UfXGER ALE EXTKACT
being manufactured from our own
private formula in
AEKATED WATIIRS in Patent or Cork
Stoppered, bottles as dtslrrd.
Wh iLKSAEE & RETAIL, $9 NUUANU SF.
HEFAH., Co. KORF 4 MERCHANT STS
Crystal Soda Works!
Our Goods ara acknowledged the Beit I
WE USE PATENT STOPPERS!
In all our Boillt, Families use no other
GINGER ALE BUT OURS.
CIIII.DUKN CKV FOR OUR
Wa Intltt narttcular attention to our i'tcot Filter.
recently introduced, by which all water used In our
manuiactuics is awoiuieiy irecu ironi au unpuniics.
inT We deliwr our Goods Free of Charge to all
parts of the city.
Careful atlcutUin paid to Island Orders; Address
"THE CRYSTAL SODA WORKS,"
P. O. VOX ). . HONOLULU, II I.
r OUR TELEPHONE IS NO. s8
taT Orders left vsilh Iscnson, Smlih 4 Co., No. II
Fwr( Sltt.l) will rtcaivt ptorapi allcntion. )YSI
,o. IM ami 130 FoTt.atntl.
(orrosiii nDO'( llaiLks.)
W. H. PAGE.
yf Cania(es 0 all detxriptioas nudi U order wi
aaost favorable Itrnu.
The closeu attentloQ given to repairs of all ktadi.
AU wvtk juaauiteJ to stiractla.
.pASTLB ft COOKE,
HoFfOtt'Lt. H. I
Would call attention to their Large and
varied Stock of
Consistir of tfce unrirallcd Paris Steel
The Moline Steel Breakers, and Furrowing Plow, Mo-
uu .ate 1 now -m sires 1'ianet, jr., i-uiii-vators,
John Dcerea Gani: Flow,
Planters' Hoes of the best makes
DISSrONS' CELCHKATED CAM: KNIVES
made to order, Ames bhovels and Spad-t,
Garden Hoes. Canal HArrows, Ox
ltos, Yokes, Chains, (en:e
Sugar Mill Requirements.
SUGAR BAGS, SUGAR KEGS,
Sperm Oil, Chnder. Lam
and Kerosene Oil, Perfect
Lubricators, Plumb.vo, Al
bany Grease, Diston's and
S. and J. Files, all sires and
kinds. Steam Packing. Flat
ami Kound India Rubber,
Asbestos and Soap Stone,
Max Pack inc. India Ruin
ber Hoc, i to a inch. Pipe
and Couplings, uts and
Washers, finished, Machine
Holts, all sires, Cold pressed
ltlA(.ksmith's, Engineer and
Carpenter's Hammers, Pipe
Cutters, Winches, 8 inch to
94 inch, Anvils. Vices, Tul
Scrapers, Grindstones, Uest
American Har I ran and Tool
Steel, Hudder' Hardware,
nil kinds and t)ics. Hub
buck's Paints and Oils, raw
and boiled, Smill Faints in
Od, m large variety, Dry
Paints, Umber, enetian,
Ked, Ochres, .Metallic, Kc,
Whitinj, German Window
ass'td sires, Manila Rope
No. i and i Flour, No. i and a Rice,
Crushed Sugar, China and JananTeas,
Oysters, Clams, Salmon. Lobsters,
Finest Table Fruits from the Factory
Pure English Spices, Condensed Milk
Cocoa, SPECIALTIES: The Jnl
fi KerOMfHii Olt, II eston Ori
trlfuyat Ltniuys, 14 inch. Rubber
Spriny ami Counts lirakr just at
hand.Blake Steam Pump. Valves, Pack
in p. &c, Blake Boiler Feed, Juice or
Molasses, I rricatlnff & Vacuum Pumps
Weston's Patent Centrifugals Complete,
ALSO O.N CONSIGNMENT
California Hay, iJartey, Potatoes, Barrels
Salmon, Hams, Asbestos Mixture for Boilers
and Steam Pipes, very cheap, Fence Wire
and Staples, Galvaniied Roofing
Wilcox and Oibb's Automatic; Singer Manufact urine
Company, Assorted: Remington Compan), tamily;
Wilson Machines, the best assoitment to be found,
and at Bottom Prices.
New Goo by every arrival from England, New
ork and San Francisco,
1 New Traotion Engine, 8horopuwer
Orders from the othet Islands filled at Kett Rates and
with dispatch 740-353
CONTRACIOR and HUU.UKK,
STKAM PlsAXrXa MtJLS
Manufacture all kinds of
and all kinds of wood-work finish.
Turning, aoroll, and band tawing.
AU Muds of Planing and Sawing, Mortising, and Ten
ORDERS PPOMPTLY AITKNDKD TO tND
Orders from the other Islands solicited. io-tji
II. I. NOLTE, I'ROPRILTOR,
Qcgl Id announca to his frUnJs anj th, puUic lo ga
.ral that th, abgvt Saloon prorUct
Tram 3 a. h., till te r. u.
Oaaof rVuassslck& Galka'iCfUUalaJ
Uco&aac4s4 wiihh .subbshmani, wbr Usara of
IB, ca can axiKlMlt.
at KanoLam Pant,
la now ooaa dallv. sshtia S.lf.sLmtals is. he had
aUlilaM, oa short iwck.
II. I. MJl.lt, rtvftitnn.
Sifnl Slip .timll; from Liiftl. v
Hjr ' Oph.lia from I ts-rrpool, Sleamrrs fmm San
Tranclsno and other lata antra!.,
THEO. H. DA VIES & CO.,
Fntlish and American Print i.
White Cottons, Unbteached Cottons,
.men iriu ana uuck, rown canvas,
French Mcrini of different mialtties.
Grey, Illue and aMtied FUnnet,
Waterproof Tweeds, Dres Materlats,
Silks, Satins. Silk Ribbons,
Vetset, Hosier), Underclothing,
IN GREAT VARIETY.
Lawns, White and Printed .Moleskin,
Linen and Cotton Trlitados, Towels
Handkerchief. Mosquito Netting,
Rubber Clothintf. Waiernroof Sheet In ff.
Men's, Women' Jt Lhitdren'i lioots Jb Shoes,
(sles and styles adapted to this market,)
Hone Hlankets, Ded Hlankets,
(all sires, weights, qualities and colors,)
Velvet antl Tapestry,
Httfn antt Mots,
Centre Rugs, Navy and Merchant Canvas Rags,
ruter t'ress nags, tip), sugar Hags,
Rice Hags, Coal llags, 3 & 5 Ply Twine,
Englich, Hawaiian & American Flags
(l, j and ; jardi.)
Moor Oil Cloths, (tasteful designs, assorted widths)
Men's Saddles, hide Saddles, Saddlery.
Iron Hedsteads, Galvamred tluckets,
Ilnned Iron Tea Kettles, Sauce Pan. Fry Pans,
tUitcher Knives. Knives and Forks,
Tin Plate, .Sheet Uad, Galvanlred Water Pipe
ti lo a inches),
Wbiie Lead, (various qualities),
Polled Oil, Turpentine,
Cot ru gated Roofing,
(14 Kiuge, 6, 7. 6 and 0 ft. lengths),
Galvanized Screws and Washers,
Vettow Sheath t tit; Metal J Xalln
Annealed Fence Wire, Jence Staples,
Wire PI.int Guards and Arche,
Steel Rails, with Fish Plates Holts and Spikes,
A LAROF. FRHSH ASSORTMENT OF
Crockery and Gtatwat, Oos, Picks, Shovels,
Plantation and .Mechanic's Tools,
Kobey fi Co's Portable Engines.
One Splendid Piano, by Prinsmead & Sons,)
Tested Chain, dosage's Soap,
(7 qualities, in bxs 14 and 60 bars),
Ilest WeUh Steam Coal, Coke,
Flooring Tiles Fire Clay,
Portland Cement, (White St Johnson's)
I ire Pricks, bothsquire and arch,
Lump Rock Salt, Fishery Salt,
(3 to ta Inch widths.)
A l.arge and Fresh Assortment of
Californian and English Groceries.
M. W. McCtiesney & Son.
No. 42 Queen Street.
Have now Unding
Per Alameda & John D. Sprockets,
1 AHCE SlltrMFNTS Of
Consisting in part of
Rbls. Flour, Golden Gate.
Ubl. Flour, El Dorado.
SacVs Wheat, Best,
Sacks Uarlcy, Pest,
Sacks Corn, Best, Whole,
Sacks Corn. Best, Cracked.
Sacks Bran, Coarse and Fine.
Sacks Beans. White,
Sacks Beans, Red,
Sacks Beans, Bayou.
Sacks Beans, Horse,
Sacks Beans, Lima
Sacks Onions, Ilest Silver Skin,
Sacks Potatoes, Best in Gunnies.
Cases Extra Soda Crackers,
Cases Medium Bread,
Cases Cracked Wheat, 10 lb. bags,
Cases Corn Meal, white, 10 lb bags.
Cases Oit Meal, 10 lb. bags,
Cases Corn Starch.
Ctsks Uupec Hams,
Casks C it A Hams
Cases R. B Bacon.
Cases Fairbanks Lard, 5 lb. pad,
Cars Fair bank's Lard, J lb. pail.
Cases Fairbank's Eard, 10 lb. pail.
Cases Whitney" nutter, in tins
Halfbbls. Butter, Pickle Roll,
Qr. bbls. Butter, Pickle Roll,
Half firkins Butter, Gilt Edge.
Qr. firkins Butter, Gilt Edge,
Cases New Checso.
Boxes and bdls. Salt Codfish,
Ilbls Tierces Columbia River Salmon.
Cases Fresh Eggs,
Cases Laundry Starch,
Boxes Urown Laundry Soap,
Pure Java Coffee, K called and Ground, 1 lb. tins,
Sacks Green CnlTee,
Chests Japan Tea, 1 lb. papers,
Chests Japan Tea, lb. tapers'
Boxes Raisins, London Ea)ers,
boxes Raisins, loiidon l-aer,
yi boxes Rabins, London Lasers,
Boxes Uaisins, Muscatel.
Cases Mixed Pickles,
Cases Spices, assorted, all sires.
Pails Mince Meat, At mores
Tins Mince Meat, Cuttings.
Sacks Raw Peanuts,
Sacks English Watnuts,
Sacks Sofi Shell Almonds,
Sacks T cxas Pecans extra large.
Cases California Honey, t lb, tins.
Cases King Morse 4 Co's., fresh canned
Fruits, Jellies and Vegetables,
Bales Wrapping Paper, extra quality.
A LA HO ASSORTMKNT r
Jient California leather
Sole, Insole, Harness, Skirting and Upjvtrs
French and American Calfskins,
Sheep Skins, iat Skins.
w Hawaiian SudJle Trees.
And other goods too numerous to mention.
These goods are fresh, were bought very low. and
win o soia at
LOWEST MARKET RATES.
K, W, MBUNETiSW,
No, 12 Queen Street.
G. J. WALLER,
5a BUTCHER fe
To tlso Front.
A ORBAT BOON ;iO HONOLULU PUBLIC.
DEEf, VEAL, MUTTON,
LA Mil, l-ORK AND FISH,
K.u for four dart afl.r Uina- VilltJ. bv Iv.ll.Col..
maa Patent Dry Air k.rrig.ralor. Guarauctd iq
k,.plon.r after d.liv.rylhaa frtshVilUd tnsats. To
U had at any cfMK. WALLKKS MAKKI.Ib and
On King Street.
T HCAT 10K SALE ALL DAY "W
tmT Ttunklnx the putlic fva 4si favors, 1 sc&il
CdMuiuance of Ike same. G. J, WALLER.
BTTBR HEADb AND BILL HBAD8
rrimed neatlir and u leatuuUe rates at ike Satui.
Ocnttttl blitrliocnicnls. Olcucml bucvliocmcnlo.
That by the " Steamer Alameda," due on Monday neat (tjrd Inst., 1 will
recette my usual mpplf of
Gent's Fine Furnishing Goods.
It is needless to enumerate the fine variety of gooils which
are always kept on hand in this old establishment : here always
will he found everything necessary to complete a Genti.kman's
Outiit. 1 have everything usually kept in stock in the best
appointed Gent's Furnishing Store. I have, also, this clay
received by the
Steam Barkentine " MORNING STAR " From Boston,
The finest and handsomest line of
TRUNKS AND BAG WARE,
Ever displayed in any one show-room.
It will afford me pleasure to show these nice goods to my
Patrons and Friends. Anyone contemplating traveling ought
to call and examine these fine goods. Prices very low as usual,
Corner of Fort and Merchant Streets.
Honolulu. March 2 ist, 1885. 27S-249
PRESS PUBLISHING COMPANY,
NEWS, BOOK and JOB PRINTING OFFICE
(JmnpbelV Xew ltuiUlinu, Merchant Street.
Wedding, Visiting t r Business Cards,
Invitations, Menu Cards,
Ball Programmes, Letter,
Note, Statement or Bill Heads,
Shipping Receipts, Money Receipts,
Certificates of Stock, Contracts,
Bills of Lading, Checks,
Drafts, Orders, Notts,
Tickets, Legal and Mercantile Blanks,
Labels. Books, Pamphlets, etc.,
NEATLY, ELEGANTLY, PROMPTLY, SURELY and REASONABLY DONE.
TirOS. G. Til HUM, Mtuuiffcr.
Dr. H. Johnstone Speer
A Regular Graduated Physician ol Harati" Oaiwsily,
Would most respectfully inform his patients and the afflicted Generally, that
he still continues to treat chronic and neiAous diseases with unparalleled suc
cess. Ladies and Gentlemen, rcinemher, that procrastination is the thief of
time, so come and be healed I It matters not what your troubles may be, come
and let the Doctor examine your case. It will cost you nothing for consulta
tion, so please call and satisfy yourselves whether the Doctor understands your
case. If he can cure you he will tell you so: If not, he will tell you that, for
he will not undertake a case unless he is confident of effecting a cure.
Dr. H. Johnstone Speer is a Specialist.
Fop all Mm. DhordsH, From Wbalem Cansa Ths; Hiy bi Brought on.
There are many of the age of thirty to sixty who arc suffering from loss of
vigor and nervous prostration and a weakening of the system in a manner they
cannot account for. There are many men who die of this difficulty, ignorant of
the cause. Dr. S. will guarantee a perfect cure in all such cases, and a com
plete restoration of the physical and nervous powers.
:o to 11 a. xi. only.
9 to 12 a. m.,
Consultation Free. Thorough Examination and Advice $5.00.
t&' Call ot address I)K. H. JOHNSTONE SPEER,
2.VJ-25' No. so Ilcietania Street, near Nuuanu Street, Honolulu.
A Horse ! . A Horse I My Kingdom for a Horse. Xing Richard.
Tlie Foist Trotting- JStiillioii
"V ES IT T TJ JEfc JH .
Havinz imrchatctj this celebrated Stallion from MK. JAMES CAMl'lUXl.. 1 UitLy notify tU public
itutliv mil it ami the preterit .vc.to,i at my lieailquarten, corner of Punchta! and Queen itieeU (Captain
Cluncy's.) 'I crm for the tcaion, $50; to Insure, $iun.
Ventura It a rich Cheunut color, 16 hand high, and welgtn tthout 1,101 pmindi. In itructur lie i I he pic
ture tic. tat muscular povr, and In bppcaranct, tempera rasm and dtipubUioii, he U fauHlru. Full of fir and
gent)cntk, he U hout ipeetc or tUrnnh. At a uo.k lion he i h.wng txtraordintirv tuccci; hie numerous
progeny, both In California and In (hit couniry, attrtt tlui fact, uveral cf them bcins able lo trut low down, and
one of hit daughters (Venut) can Iroi in a'93. Venut U alto the dam of Transit Which It tald ta b the luoat
promitin two-) earmold In California. He irutcd mile latt Matun, at a yearling. In 1:45.
Venture, Chetinut horte, foaled In iS6j. by Henty WillUaitun, Kj., OaVland, California ; Ity lltlm-ont. ha
oy rtiiiiiiLssui itujTa n uy iuiuviitu r.acuiii7iu
itt datn. Mitt Mottin. b American Uov. Ir.
id dam, by Ktnner't Urav Medoc.
d dam, Imported Ij.dy Mobtyn. by Ttnletv
jirtdisin, lr valid, by WhULer.
jlh dam, Helen, by llamblctonlan.
6ih dam, Satan, by Overton.
Ith dam, Drowiv, by Drone,
ih darn, by Old r nzland.
tth dam, by Cullcn Arabian.
10th dam, Allu Cade, by Cade,
11th dam, Miw Malelctm, b ton of Grcyhourut
iwmwiii, vy American io).
Ijthdan., Natural lUib Mare,
IticfTcring the wrvicetof tM lmre lolhe iibUc 1 maVt one claim for him. uhich Uihat ht u h hl&Kei
bred trot line ti all ion In the world, htin or dead, am1 In tupport vt ihii claim 1 am willing 10 tubmu It to any
authority that can be obtained, ard Ii he U not, tlwn I uill forfeit all my ctaimi to horu inottlcdje. It wlU ba
teen lhat hit pcd.erc rrpretenti a union of the purtti bluod of tl hiutuh and American tliuroufthbecd racer,
one of hi grand dams, at ato one of hu creM giand iUmi, being intjiorud 'rwin Lngland to I he United; Staiee,
he 11 Venture wat rn the tutf, about tlgl.! wait agot h wat at lhat time ll tenaaiiuiial borte cl tb PaciAc
Ccait, and the t porting papera in the fcatt, tnai were alwa) to nmvh i potxd li running blood, in tit trotter,
commenced picking away M hU pedigree, Irving to find a culd CToat in it, at Uf tame time declaring thai U wat
oie lor a tiriciiy tnorousnorca norte 1
thoroughbred horte ever known, m, In ad J it ton to Venture, two other tiuroughtred torn of bli, CaM& WeUier
and Uwen iil, were tald in Have pouetted great tpeca at ine 1101. ncKUei It, be aired tle damt of mU
Echo, 1 io; Mora Shepherd, tijo; Morurd.. t.iil NWly Patclun, -;; ; Kuu.c, nli which la ahowtog thai
gtcat many of the bet Hotting tred hortet otnnot QuL Mr. Patrick rarrell, who It one of th muM ta
pericnced drfvera wi the Pac-nc Loatt, told me the Ian lime lh&t I uw him, thai Ventur wat lH faatea truCier
that he ever pulled a line over, and that if bit temper had not been toured in hit jouih by Ud handling he be
lie. ej that he would have equated. If not turpatted, all tlie itcordt tver made, and that he coo Id show a two
minute gait with bim 10 a wagon, but In company he would become wild, on account of hit hot blood, and waa
often beaten by horui lhat could hardly run at fau at bt could trot, HU record eft t;), which wat nupMaa
uie cf hit speed, wat made at th Oakland track (nil;;, la a race which he won. beating Asunder. Gut, Gen
eral Keno and UUly llayward, thU being hi 'at public pcrforvuncf.
Ii Ii thought by tome people thai an aged horw U not m good producer at a young one, but no greater
mlttakf could puttibly be iaale. Indeed, ih cppotiie is ilalmtd by many large breedcrt, rnd Instance; w M
numerous of horses suing their best foals at an advanced age thai the above theory has long ago been tabtoded.
Imported Diomed was ueniytaven years eld when he sired Sir Archy, his best son : UovnTe bootUiM), who died
only a few years .go, sired Luke UUvkbum and George Kinney, by far the best of bis get, after ha was twenty
fuel Imported Leamington sued Jroquou, tUUit um, tU last tj that U lived, at teniy nv Amoog U
lert may U mectioncd Volunteer, the sire of b. Julwn, who it ibUly-ooe years ob thU KI. nd U said to U
as lively vl vigoroui as he ever wat, ard his young foals as promUing as any that U ever gu. OU Hd
tonlaadiad ta Rarcb, 1 1 76, aged tcbty-Mvea )tars, but sired two foals the Last uys o bis life, and mm 01
them, called IfamUtoalw t last, made a trotting record of f.i the pat aaton( and tU other ooe m aaU la U
ftqually at faiU
W ith the favtt before us, U It plalu that the age. of a horse baa nothing to da with his sikcc a tin. I
think my self that there la a great deal ia the cvnduioo that horse U kept, for an anueal that is weU cared for
with plenty of cscrctte, m beget belief foals than one thai uv turned Ioom and never wabWd w fed crais,
rwura Is tent)to ears old thlt sptiof.twd with the caret that I intend to give Lia, 1 aspect kJaa to sir
better faatU lhau be ever has bccfc Ha Is a 1 eaaaikaUv tuiw breclr. air. OumcLII uuim m iLau k I7u
never bred a mare to him yet that did not produce a foal, and hi many beauiifut cUt, now on Mr. C's ra&ca, aj
worth a long journey lo see I and now as U I to be kept sacooveoieal to theaeoeral VttWk, eM oM owtiM
Kud mare ahould be so blind lo their two uieieu as to neglect the opportunity of unlrg his Uo4 wheal teat
ve the chance. ,
I or any addit tonal particulars apply el Puntnbo.!
Htm 'lliU i iM
1 to .) and 0 to 8 v. m. Sunday, from
t dam. Imported Prunella, by Cvmut.
td dam, by I'artitan.
3d dam, l'an, byTrumpaJor,
4th dam, I'ruhella, by Highflier.
jlh dam, I'ronmc, by iiiau.
Cth dam, lulu, ly lilank.
Jill dam, Spectai'Va dam, by Partner t
th dam, llonny La, by Uay llolton.
cth dam, by Darley'a Arabian,
tuth dam, by Ityerly Turk,
nth dam. bv 'latTuIet Uarb.
nth dam, by placc'i While TuiV.
and rueea strtett,
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