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WEDNESDAY, MARCH I, ISSft.
FARM AND HOME.
The Colusa A" gics the follow
ing excellent advice on the subject
of tree-planting, headed, "Don't":
"A few words as to planting. Don't
plant tices older than two year.
Don't plant in n new orchard nearer
than two rods. Don't plant till the
ground has been deeply plowed and
thoroughly prepared. Don't dig
deep holes with a spade, six inches
square and trim the roots lo lit, ami
then wonder what ails the tree.
Don't leave a heavj top on for fear
of wasting the wood, but trim mo
del alcly. Don't c.pcct a lice, any
moic than a sheep, to tluivf with
out food. Don't select a variety
because you liked the apples in York
State, Virginia nr Ohio, but ascer
tain what sorts au- doing best in
your vicinity and soil similar to your
own if you do not aheady know.
Plant such, and a few of newer sorts
ntllHiAllON and cui.nv.vnoN.
No amount of cultivation will take
the place of water. There must be
moisture somewheic to supply mate
rial for plant growth. The object of
cultivation is to husband what mois
tuie is in the giound, not to supply
it. With this fact in view, the ob
ject of cultivation becomes apparent.
If the ground were to be put in the
best condition without regard to cost
it would be sifted through a coaisc
seivc, and never afterwards stirred,
unless a lain should cause the snii
face to form into a eiust, when it
would have to be made mellow by
another plowing. In many countries,
like the southern pail of California,
it is quite feasible to carry inoistuie
over to another season, by exter
minating all the late weeds, sun
flower, tarweed, iiie weed, etc.,
which draw a vast amount of the
deep moisture from the earth which
would eventually conduce lo plant
growth. A little experiment will
determine the matter. A piece of
the driest hill laud, properly culti
vated, will retain moisture within
three inches of the surface dining
the .summer, while a grain iicld is
exhausted lo the depth of two feet
or more. Grape cuttings can be
rooted on the driest land provided
there is a very little moibluie below.
It is, however, possible -with irriga
tion to raise several crops a year;
cabbage and turnips may lollow
grain. The Italian gardeners, who
are probably as good as any, raise as
many as four or Jive crops in a year,
using plenty of water and manure.
The seeds of each crop are planted
about the time, or, even, befoic the
previous one matures. In this way
ten acres has been made to suppoit
several families. The valle3s of the
To, Adigc, etc., in Italy are culti
vated in this way. Lot, (Sato Mail.
(ii.ivi: L'i;n ice.
There is no productive tiee re
quiring so little culture as the olive
tree. Many funnel-, in France, Italy
and Spain never prune, nor culti
vate, nor manuie it, though they
derive moderate crops evciy two
years. But when properly cultivat
ed and well fed it is apt to give
enormous crops very large one
year and a moderate one the inter
vening year. When planted from
the rooted cuttings, it is likoly to
bear fruit four year's after. Its pro
ductive capacity increases and
reaches its maximum when the tiee
is about tw enty yeai s old. Begin
ning with its sixth or seventh year
it will irivc remunerative crops. In
a virgin soil like ours, I expect to
obtain six", eight or ten gallons of
berries to a tree when six or eight
years old. As the market price for
salted olives in barrels is now in
San Francisco about 81 per gallon,
and as the pickling and packing will
not be over thirty cents per gallon,
it follows the cultivation of the
olive is, in my estimation, going to
attract much more interest in Cali
fornia than viticultiuc, because,
either by pickling or making oil it
will pay three and four times as
much. I should add that the olive
tree lives centuries and centuries
over. I saw it mentioned lately that
there arc some of thcin still living
at Jerusalem which were known
during Evangelical timc3. Ailolphe
Ji'lanumt, Napu Count;.
Wlmtcver svstetii of liriuiuiii it
adontcil, the vine must, for economi
cal reasons, be lestraincd in develop
ment within bticli limits as arc con
sistent with practical and profitable
culture and the proper maturity of
tho fruit. The soil occupied by lite
roots should correspond with tlio
proper natural development of tlio j
plant above ground, according to the
mariner of training it. The roots
Hlmulil have resources for tlio com
plete development of the desired
form no rnoro and no less. A vino
should not bo trained to nccomc a
tree, because its fruit will not iatu,e
i.n filpvated too inuoli. The nearer
the loil the better tbo fruit, and the
less danger from oidium. In the
BMot Wm. lir vi"p onnnot bo
prcml Mli , n t0 Urop lw fluil
low down, without interfering villi
ciiUivalion. I lie increase of tlio
dlsluiicn would necessitate greater
development of the form to save ex
cessive vegetation and iivoid cotilitrc.
in Homo cases less distance would in
sure liner fruit, ;nd diminish chances
'of couture but economical culture
might pi event the change. A modi
fication might, perhaps, be made for
some places by planting four feet by
eight feel, and doing eross-woil; with
a single horse. C. A. Wet more in
the Htirrtl California.
uonsr.s ro in; WATf.uun ur.roiti: run.
Hearing in mind that the stomach
of a horse is small in proportion tp
the "i.e of his frame, lie requires
feeding often, and, though lluce
limes a day is Millleient, four times
is better Unlike human beings,
horses should diink bcfoie they eat,
because owing to the con formation
of the horse, water does not leniain
in the stomach, but parses through
it into a large intestine called the
civcum. If a horse be fed first, the
water passing through the stomach
will be likely to carry with it parti
cles of food, and thus bring about
colic. Whatever a gioom may say,
let a horse drink jusl as much as he
likes. If lie be watered four times
a day lie will never lake very much,
or too much to be good for him. A
horse, it must be remembered, is fed
on dry food, and this, with the
strong work done by a hunter,
always pioduccs a fevoiishness,
which a sullleieney of water tends to
allay. Ttc London Field.
Cara Smith, of Santa Anna, lecom-
incnds a strong decoction of tobacco
applied to cvciy pait of stock found
with lice, bum all the bedding and
fumigate or whitewash all stables or
sheds. If once rid of the lice, ex
amine evciy new animal biought on
the place, and if nccessaiy, doctor
The sweetest while grapes aie the
best from which to make grape
syrup, as they contain the largest
quantity of condensed sugar or syrup.
Charley wanted to give Claia a
Christmas present, but he couldn't
make up his mind what it should be,
so the next time he called he frankly
told her the difficulty under which
he was laboiing. "Want to make
me a present, Charley!" Clara ex
claimed in well-disguised astonish
.ment. "Why, Charley, you forget
yourself." Charley took the hint
and offered himself on the spot.
BF.GS to inform hi- numerous nisto.
meiiimd the public lint he is
READY AGAIN FOR BUSINESS
In the stoic
WIlc-ON'M .lliieliine niaitr.
Families and otlicis in want of Good,
Can obtain tho bame in quantities to
'uit by leaving orders and con
tainers IV ill)
At Pacille Navigation Co.'.s
801 Qui en btieet.
Risen from lie isles !
LOVE'S NEW BAKERY !
MRS. LOVL dcsiies to inlliuiilo to
bcr nunicious old customers and
tho public generally, that her bakery,
OewLroytl )y Xlro,
been rcstoicd In handsome, sub-
slIRltml ami convenient form, bho is
theiofoiu piepared to supply the largest
Plain and Fancy Bread
of the bebt ipiality, and manufactured
by the most appioved methods.
Everything i!i,tho line of n (list, class
bakery will bo can led on with greater
laciilty man ucioie uiu mo,
T, L h & Coffee RoQm
is also lestored in more elegant stylo
, than 6, .jw at atesinat cannot .
Brick Building, 73 Nuuanu Strcot.
Honolulu, Dec. IS, 18S1.
AN ALARMING DISEASE ArFUQTlNO
A NUMEROUS GLASS.
The (i'hh' i niinnrm fs (Mill a llffht
derangement m" the -toniarli. hut, If
neglected, It in time Involves tin) whole
finine, embracing Hie Uhlnevs, llvir,
mucrrnK, and, In tact, the entire glnmlit
iar system, ami the iillllelrd thags out a
miserable elleiiee until death gives
'relief from siineiiug. The disease is
often mistaken for oilier complaints)
but If the reader will inked himself the
following tiwtlong, ho will lie able to i
dulcrmlnu whether ho hlinscir Is one of j
nHUcled: Have l distress imiii. or illlll- '
cully In lireUhliig after catlny V Is there
a dull, heavy feulhnjatlemlul by drow
siness Ibive tlio eyes a jollow tinge?
Does ii thick, Mlckv, nuuoiis gather
about the gums and teeth In the mm it
lugs, accompanied by n dlagiecablo
taste? Is the tongue coated? It there
pains in the Mile "and back? Is there a
fulness about the right side as If tlio
liver weto enlarging? H tliuio costive
irss? Is there vertigo or dizziness w lieu
iisinr stuldmlj f i oin u horbumlal po i
Hon? Ato the secretions fiom Uio kid
nova -canty and highly coloured, with a
deposit niter standing? Does fooil fci
meat, soon nftei citing, aceomp tided by
llatiilenee or a helchlngof gas fiom the
Miimtr-hV Is Ihute iieiiucntpilpilatloii
of the he.nt? These vailous symptoms
mav not lie ptesent at one time, bttlthev
tnrmeiiltlieMin'oier in turn as the drc.ul
fill disease progio-ses. It the oisc be
one of long standing, thcie will ho a diy,
hacking cough, attended after a time by
c.pcctoiation. In vciy advanced stiiges
the skin assumes a ditty brownish tip
lieaianec, and Ihc hands and feet aie
covered by a cold, sticky pcispir.ttlon.
As the liver and kidneys become more
and nioio diseased, rheumatic pains up.
pear, and the usual treatment moves en
tilery unavailing against this latter ago
nl.ingdUoidci. Tliooiiglnof thismnla.
Jy is Indigestion ordyspcpsia.andasmal
mmniity f the piopei medicine will
icmovc the disease it taken in its inoi.
piency. tt is mot impoitaut that the
disease should be piomptiy andpioperly
treated in its first stages, when a little
medicine will eilect a ctiic and even
when it lias obtained asliong hold the
coitLct remedy should bo pi-f-eivcd in
until ovetv ve-lige of the dlsc.iso is
eradicated, until tlio Appetite has re
tin ped, and the digestive oig.itn resided
in ii healthy comlltion. The surest nml
most ijllecHi.il lcmedv lot thisdisttcssing
complaints is"Suigel'b dilative Syi up,"
a vegetable pieiianilitm sold by all
Chemislsand Medicine Vendors thiottgh
outthe world, and bv Hie piQpiieloris, A.
.1. While Limited, 17, F.iringdou Road,
London, E. C. Tills Syrup sitikes at the
very foundation of the disease, and
drives it, loot and branch, out of tho
Muikct Vlace, Pocklington, York,
Octobci and, 1SW. .
Sir, Being a sullcioi for yeais with
dyspepsia in all its wotst toims, and
alter, "-pending pounds m medicines, I
was at, last pcisuaded lo try Mother
Seigel's C'uiativc Syiup, and am lliaiik
fill to say have derived moie bcneill from
it lhau any other medicine 1 ever look,
and would advise any one suffering fiom
tho same complaint to givo it a trial, lite
results they would soon ibid out for
themselves. If you like lo make use of
this testimonial"'0'1 aie quite at libcity
to do so.
(Signed) R. Timxun.
Seigcl'n Operating Fills aie the bobt
family jihysic that lias ever been (lis
covered. 'They cleanse the bowels
fiom all inhaling substances, and leave
them in a healthy condition. They cine
Heusingham, Whitehaven, Oct. 10th, 'S2.
Mr. A. .1. White. Dear Sii, I was
for some lime aillicted with piles, and
was advised to give Mother Suigel's
Syiupa tiial, which I did. I inn now
lnippy to state that it has i c-ilorcd me to
complete heilth. 1 icm.iin, your-. ie-
John II. LiauirooT.
1,'jlh Augu-t, lSfc!!.
St. Marv-stitel, Pcleihoionnh, )
'Xovembei 20th, lfchl. f
Sir, It give-, me great pleasure to in.
form you of the heiielit 1 have icccivcd
from "Selgcl'a Syiup. f have been
troubled loi vc.ii- with dy.-pepsia; but
after a few closes of the Syiup, I found
relief, and after taking two bottles of
it I fell quite ciucd.
lam, Sir, voiirs liuly,
Mr. A. .1. AVliitc. William Eni'.vr.
Hear Sir, J. write to tell you that Mr.
Henry Hillier, of Yalesburg, Wilts, in
fornib me th it ho biill'cred fiom a severe
form of indigestion for upwards ol four
years, and took no end of doctor's medi
cine without tlio slightest bcnellt, and
declaics Mother Seigcl's Syiup which be
got f i om me has paved his life.
(Signed) N. "ri:nis,
.Mr. White. Chemist, Calnc.
September 8th, 18:!5.
Dear Sir, 1 Unci the sale of Seigel's
Syiup steading increasing. All who have
tried it speak very highly of its medi
cinal viitucs; one customer describes it
as a "Godsend to dyspeptic people." I
always recommend it with conlldence.
(Signed) YJNcr.NrA. Wills,
To. Mi. A. J. White. McithyrTydvib
Preston. Sept. 'Jlst 18SJ.
My Dear Sir, Yoiu Syiup and Pills
are still very popular with my customers,
many saying they mis Ihe'liest family
Tlio other day a customer came for two
bottles ol Syiup and said "Mother
Solgol" had saved thn life of his wife,
and ho added, "one of llic botllcs 1 am
sending llftecu miles away lo a friend
who is very 111. t havo much faith In
Tho salo keeps up wondui fully, in fact,
one would fancy almost that ihu pcoplo
wcie beginning to bieakfast, dine, and
sup on Mother rjcigeTbSyiup,lho demand
is so constant and the satisfaction so
great. I am dear Sir, youis faithfully,
(Signed) W. Uowkkii.
To A. .1. White, Esq. CC7 ly
Cleopatra's Needle, in Central
l'aik, is gradually crumbling away.
Can't btiuul tlio climate.
An apple most people can't get
along very well without and yet
can't eat, is tlio apple of their eyo.
There are 752 miles of btreot car
lines tramways they arc called over
there in England.
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fctviwrjwi f wt Tw
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AlnUeu, nvnr fcnccii Si.
C .1. Ilvitni.i , 1'ropilcior.
Contracting & Building
Mouldings r.ad F'nisli alwavs on hand.
7, Oulcr.s jiroinptly attended to. "TBfl
fluril ami Soft Stove Wooil.
Dill Out and tipllt lj
TTAVINO KNTAKGKD T11ESB
Central & Commodious Stables
we are prepared to furnish first-class
turnouts with gentle hordes, with or
without dtlvei. A line wngoncltc in
53:ickw :i H HSum-ns.
day and night. Horses taken to board
by day, week, or month, on reasonable
teinis. Saddle hoi.se-. to let.
Horses lioufflil, tvutl Sold,
O. "VV. MACFA11L.VNE,
Telephone No. ,TJ.
Corner oi I'nrt nml Hotel titv.
Hoiso Shoeing a specialty
A'first-olass man being specially engaged
for that work.
Ship and Wagon work faithfully
Shop on the Esplanade, op. Hoppcr's.204
Tin, Copner and Sheet Iron Worker
Plumber, Gas Fitter, &c.
Stoves and Ranges
of nil kinds.
Plumbers' stock and metals,
House Furnishing Goods,
Chandeliers, Lamps, &o.
sSt earner Kinau
ja jvuig, iuiuiiiauuur,
Leaves Honolulu each Tuesday at
4 p.m., toueblng at Lubuina, JSIna
laea Bay, MaUena, Mabukona, Ka
wullme, Jjiiupaboelioo and Hilo.
Returning, will touch at all the
alovo ports, arriving at tlonolulu
each Satiiulay afternoon.
FOll KOLOA & WAIMEA,
The Clipper Schooner
P. Kibbling, , - Master,
Will run regulaily to tho ports 6f
KOLOA, HANAPEPE it WAIMEA,
KAUAI. For freight or passage apply
to tho Captain on bo.iul, or to the
Pacific Nayiuatiok Co,,
8D0 3m Cor. Nuuanu it Queen sis.
Till! VAST fi.UMNU
will inn leguluily
TO WAIALUA EVERY MONDAY,
Returning on Thursday, weather
For freight or passage apply to tho
Captain on lioatd, or to
.Pacific Navigation Co.,
181 ' Agents
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NTERPRISC C BREWER &
Oilov Tor sile
TllH 1 0M.OWIM!
LIST OF HMAMSE,
Ox Cart b,
Light K.pum Wugun,
Uv Top Carriages.
S T E A Gift C OAL.
Com. Wood Chairs,
Fine llolastus Shoalis,
Ice Chests, Kos, S, :t. and .'.,
Lobsters, lib tns; Ueans.lJlbtns
1. 2, & 3.
Faiibauk'H Scales, Nos. 7,8,10 &11J.J
Centrifugal Lining, 14 inch ;
Comp. Nails, ljtf, 1.14 inch.
Manila Coida'gc, Assoitcd:
Galvanized Fence Staples,
FAUCES mim 20 AMD 5 GALLS,;
Sisal Hope, Assoifcd,
Y. METAL SHEATHING
1C, 18, 50, J2, t; land 20 07..;
Hair Mattresses ! I
Gtiudstoticu, Rubber Hose,
Hide Poison, Barbed
Wire, lielincd fion,
ANNEALED FENCE ViflRE.
Oalvanied Screws and Washers.
E. P. Adams, Queen st
Lyons S, Levey, Queen si
Alvin II. Hii'-cmaun Gazette Uuilding
Bishop fc Co Mei chant st
W. McCandless Fish Market
UoOt illlll KllOCb.
L. Adler, Xuuanu st
Chr. Gcrt, Feat st
Temple of Fashion Foit st
Gonsalves fc Co
. . . Hotel st
. . . . Foi t st
. . . . Foi t st
Temple of Fashion
Lycau & Co.,
W. II. l'age,----
Hawaiian Carriage Co.,
Oisni'M and Tolineeo.
C. McCai thy Astor Hill laid S nloon
Xolles Beaver Saloon Foit st
Fishei's Champagne Cider,.... Liliha st
Canity Factory anil ttaKery.
F. Horn, .Hotel st
Cai'iicnCei'H nncl ItnililerN.
F. Wilhelm, King st
G. Lucas, Fort st
WT Klioads Queen st
Dry anil Jt'ancy UooiIh.
X. S. Sachs Foit st
J.T. Watei bouse, Queen st
J. T. Waterhouse, King st
J. T. Wateihouse, Foit st
B. F. Ehlcis ii Co Fort st
M. A. Gonsalve3 & Co., Hotel st
Temple of Fashion Foit st
Every Descrijjtion of Job Prill
Executed with neatness and dispatch,
Daily Bulletin Steam Printing Office,
Billa of Lading
Conceit Pi ogr'nib
jr ii-v ' irftrDmctrj i .:v jfTyv
Ui'imon, Smith itUo.,. .. I'orK t
llillltii Alv, Kuutiiiu'si
Iloll.-'M'A - '"""tK
Oili.vaue Unit I'll! (Hue.
1'iaiik lltutnie, (Jtteeti Bl
U. ltnblnsou, (JuclMi si
Mrs. Turner, King Rl
t'li'e lliNiii-anci' Airenln.
lI.1llenieiifrhnolder,..nt Wlhler & Uo'd.
C. O. Hcrger,.. Merch lit 81
cii('h ruiiiNliln;r (iooitN.
Bhlers As Co., Koit fit
X. S. Sachs, Korlst
Hoiialves A, Co,, Hotel si
llSTnftloan Foil A, Hotel Mi
(t'(H'l'l't('N Illlll I'roVl-iilDlfc.
A. fs. Clejjhoiii V Co Queen il
WulleA: Edward",. ..Fori A: Xiuiantt tt
Lewis A; Co, Hotel 91
Horse Klioelnc HIidiih.
Wilson Uros Fort st
IJot'sr TrnlucrM, A.r.
II Keith Kaplolanl Fail;
L Drundacc (Juceii A; Punchbowl
Levy Ai Woodlutm. Orders at Wii man's
liny mill lVril MtnrcH.
AVolfo & 'Mwiuds....Klug A; 2uuaiiii sts
Union Feed Co., tjtueti 1
Lainc & Co, Foit st
0. V.. Sherman, King st
Dillingham A: Co., Fort si
J. 'P. Av'aterhouse, Queen st
liniiot'lri'N A. Coiii.Mei'etiimlN.
G. W. Mncfailatie it Co Foil si
C. Blower & Co., Queen si
Lyons & Levey, Queen st
M. S. Giinb.iiuu it Co , Queen si
W. G. Irwin & Co., Fort st
A, S. Cleghorn & Co., I Queen st
J.T. Watei bouse, Queen st
Fi colli & Peacock Nuuanu st
Castle & Cooke, King st
Wing Wo Tnl it Co . . N uuaau st
C. O. Bciger, Mcichantst
Uymau Bios., Met chant st
Wenner & Co Fort st
W. Auld, Walci AVoiks OAicc
J. A. Hassinger, Interior Office
W. C, Akana King si
Lcwcisit Cooke, Foit St .
Wilder it Co., Fort st
.Millinery and Dress linking;.
Mis. A. M. Mollis Forlst
Dr. Emeison, Kukui st
J. M. Oat J i. & Co., Meichant s
IMunilicrs nml I'aintern.
E. C.Howe,.... King st
Blown it Phillips, King st
J. Noll, Kaahuiiianu st '
Ma. IColim, Fort st
AVilliams it Co., Foi t st
A If oi belt Kalih'i Valley
.1 Emineliith Jluno.i Valley
Ttmiiii; iV luwlcal IiistriiinciitK.
Lycan it Co , Foil st
Noltcs Beaver Saloon Foil s-l
Windsor Bestaurant, King st
Casino, Kapiolani P.uk
Touiist'.sHetieat,.Honuapo, Kau, Hawaii
t:cal i:slatc AucntH.
J. E. Wiseman,.. Meichant ?t
A. S. Ilartvvcll, over Batik
.1. M. Davidson Kaahumanu st
A. Itosa Gov't Building
V. A. Whiting, ; Kaahumanu st
.1. Russell, Meichant st
S.'B. Dole, Kaahumanu st
F. M. Hatch, Kaahiimauti st
11. F. Bickciloii Merchant st
Cecil Biown, Meichant st
.7. M. Monsanat, Merchant st
T. W. Rawlins, King st, Lclco
.1 M.Oat Jr.it Co., Merchant st
J. M. Oat & Co...... Queen st
Pierce &. Co Queen st
J. Noll Kaahumanu s,
II. S.Ticgloan. Fort st
Inlcr.Island S. N. Co., Esplanade
Wilder'h S. S. Co , Fort & Queen sts
Pacific M S S Co Foit it Queen sts
O.S. S.Co., Foit & Queen st
Pacific Navigation Co, Queen st
Jas Brodic Beietania st
"Wootl nml Coal KcalerH,
Frank Hustace Queen st
IVlneH nml HpirlLM,
G. W. Mncfarlnne & Co.,.Kaahuniann st
Freqth & Peacock, Nuuanu st
Blown it Co., Merchant st
AVcniicr it Co., Fort st