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I1ISH0P & Co., IIANKEKS
ltunnlulu, lluwuil.m Island
Dt.iw 12m hangu on tho
Hank ol C'uUloriilu, S. h
And their ngonls In
NEW YOHK, BOSTON, HONG KONO.
MeSlrA. X. M.Rolhic1illd!oii, London.
The Comnicrchl Hank Co., ol Sjdney,
The Coiiuncirlnt Hank Co, of Sdne,
Tlio llank of Kcw Zealand : Auckland,
Chrislcliiircli, mid Wellington.
Tho Hank of UillNh Columbia, JVic
torla, H. 0. and I'oitlnud, Oi.
Transact a Oenor.il limiting Huslnt .
Pledged to neither Sect nor Flirty.
Bnt established for the benefit of all.
MONDAY, MAY 2.1, 188.-).
THIS EVEMNC'S DOINGS.
Yoscmitc .Sknling Rink 7.
Central l'.irk Skating Kink, 7:90.
Harmony Lodge, I.O.O.F., 7:90.
Montague-Turner Concert, Music
A GREAT CALM.
For some time past thcic has been
a lull in matters political of this
kingdom. Peace and quietness arc
good things, but in politics they ai c
not always symptomatic of a healthy
state. Storms clear the air, and
calms biccil foulness. Some people
talk as if political contention was
always vile, not to be appioachcd
by high-minded persons who would
picberre their garments unspotted.
Such lofty idealists foigct, if they
ever knew, bow they came to have
any political liberties at1 all. A con
dition of quiescence cannot long be
maintained with safety in the politics
of any nation that has not attained
to perfection in all the affairs of
government. Good administiations
must dctciior.ilc, and bad ones glow
woise, unless subjected to constant
ciiticism and systematic ccnsoiship.
l'icbiiining that these propositions
will be goncially accepted as axioma
tic, we hold that the picsent stag
nancy in Hawaiian politics involves
eilandnol good Tor the future cf
Thcic are nuinbciless questions
ital to the n.itiou ciying loudly for
definite bctllcmcnt, which have
hitheito been only dealt with in
desultory fashion, and thut'accoul
ing to expediency lather than prin
ciple. Among such questions aic
those of tho currency, of municipal
reform for the capital, ofimmigiation,
of colonization, of public improve
ments including the toads, of the in
dependence of the legiblatuic, and of
constitutional l cfoi in. Probably the
Government of the day will never
entuic to grapple in earnest with
such momentous questions until a
strong opposition party is formed
upon a definite platform to contest
the issues with it. Such a paity to
effect what is rcquiied of it must not
make nominal powei Us immediate
object, but will have to insist upon
the principles involved, no matter in
whose hands the administiatiou of
affaiis may be placed. The liuc
National l'.uty must icfusc ollicc
until it is offered w ith a satisfactory
guarantee that the pi inciplcs adopted
by the people fehall dominate the
1.U1 UK FllOM MISS UObStTlUl.
Miss Nellie Lincoln Kossiter, the
enthusiastic apostle of silk cultuic in
the United States, who has done bo
much and is doing to much for the
industry in that country, writes in
With an abundant Mipply of tjie
mulbeiry (and it would not jie
amiss to have hedges of Osage
o'rangc giowing around the farms
and gaidcns, us an early food aa
well as au additional food, when the
mulbcriy is not in suflicient quan
tity), two, and even tlnco crops of
silk per year, might be taiscd in
Mr. Maiques is ceitainly well
meaning in his lcmaiks, though
somewhat in en or, as well as iRs-
V"V couraging. He is evidently a seii-
uulturist, and would bo a most Valu
able aid to bcginneis, if lie will not
commence with being prejudiced in
As regards the trees, Mj. Mar
ques is wrong in stating that "tho
leaves of N mulberry ticc cannot bo
depended on in less than from J) to
10 years growth." 1 claim, what
is well known here, that "the leaves
of any of the varieties of the mul
berry will produce halablo silk in
their third and fourth years." He
is right in saying that "tho young
trees will bo injured by denuding
them of their leaves."
sale Blrlpplua would
trees," mm should novcr w prac
tised. It is not supposed that the sllk
laiscr has liccs to supply the "exact
amount or quantity" of leaves to
furnish n certain quantity of silk,
thus compelling him to injure the
tiees by completely shipping off the
leaves, but, that tho trees are sulll
cicnt In number to take off enough
foliage to feed the worms raised,
and yet not cause an injury to thorn.
And here is where the Osago orange
hedges come in play, whcicor while
the mulbeiry is scaicc.
With a plentiful supply of theso
hciljrcs, as arc to bo found nil
through our Western States, it has
been found that the silk worms fed
for four weeks on the leaves of the
Osage orange, and balance of lime,
till the spinning period, on the
leives of the mulberry, produce an
excellent quality of silk. It must
be remembered, however, that the
Hi st feeding must be on the Osage,
and the last feeding on the mul
bcriy. This rule must never be ic
vcrscd. Silk worms, fed first on
mulbcriy, and transferred from it
to Osage, will not thrive; while, on
the contrary, if fed Hist on Osage,
and then on mulbeiry, they thrive
well. I do not advise this plan
wheie mulbeiry is plenty, but in
cases where the latter is scarce."
The silk produced on the Osage
leaves alone sells for as much as
that produced on the mulbeiry.
The choice of the two is, of course,
in favor of the mulbeiry, " tho
natural food of the silk worm,"
there being objections to the thorns
of the Osage (which will disappear
in a season or two, with proper
pruning and cultivation), and be
cause the terminal leaves, becoming
succulent or milky just about the
spinning time for the worms, induce
disease if fed to them. This latter,
observe, is avoided by feeding the
leaves to the worms only for the
first four weeks. '
Perhaps the Osage feeding is new
to Mr. Marques. 1 cannot pretend
to enter into any argument' with
those lesiding on your islands, they
understanding the climate, temper
ature, soil, etc., which I do not.
But Mr. Marques being a practical
sciiculturist, and being there, has a
grand opportunity to prove whether
silk cultuic can be made a success
on the islands or not.
I am not an advocate of the "old
style rules for propagating the mul
berry tree for silk 'food, because I
think them unnecessary. I do not
belicc in such severe "cutting
down" year after year, but;advocate
.cutting sufllcicntly to iinpart vigor
to the tices, the lower branches in
pailicular. Feeding to .he worms
as wc do, by using the leaves "on'
twig and branch," culj from the
trees judiciously, not only benefits
the worm, but the pruning, conse
quent upon such feeding, will be
found to benefit the trees and be
btifilcient "cutting down'' to improve
them, while utilizing them from the
2nd or 3rd year.
Mr. Marques speaks truly asJ to
the great fruit producer, tho Russian,
being the leabt profitable mulberry
tiee for silk raising, yet the leaves
arc not "loo coarso" to produce
good silk. The white mulberry will
bo the best to commence with, and
if desired tho improved and grafted
varieties may be got afterwards.
Wc advocate the Russian variety
here, because in some sections our
winters arc very severe, and that
tree is very hardy. This last wintpr
in Wisconsin where a nursery man
had the young Kussian mulberry
trees planted out, twice the temper
ature was at -10 below zero, and
the only injury done to the trees
was a little "nipping with frost" of
sonic of the tip ends of the branches,
not injuring the trees.
The mulberry silk worm (Bornbyx
Mori) is the only one in this country
'producing marketable silk, and I
believe the experimenting with other
species, in your country,' would only
end as it did hcie, in waste of time
and failuie. Still perhaps it might
be worth a Irial.
Neu.ii: Lincoln ItossiTint.
New Lreborr, New Jersey, Apr. 18.
ON tho 23rd hist., n. small piece of
jjold watch cUaln) with gold'locket
and trinkets nttarhed. A haudsomo re.
v, aid will he paid on icturning thosaipe
::0 H II. HAC1CPELD & CO.
- .y...-. .. ,,..,.. , .
For feale !
A1ILACK BEAR, 10 months old and
eryininc. Apply net door east
Union Feed Co., Queen Bt. 30 It
MKMHEHS of HARMONY LODGE
. No. U, I. 0. O. P., nro requested to
bo present at tho Lodge Room this
(MONDAY) evening, as tho Initiatory
Degreo will be confeiiul. Members of
Excelbior Lodge and visiting brothers
cordially invited. Per ordor. SO It
MR. UHAS. IIOYT'S Shooing Shop
will be open on Monday morning.
Ho has bent down a good man. Inter.
ferlug horses a bpcclalty. 20 tf
SOLITAIRE Diamond Ring. Finder
will receive liberal lewurd bV re
turning tamo to
II. E. AVE
No. 60 Fort Street.
ALL nccotniti due the undesigned
must licfpntfl within thiec dnu
from date, or cIko prorccdlngs will bo
taken to recover tlicm without orcop.
Hon. (.'. J. FISHEL.
Honolulu. Miiy'J8, 1885 S0 2t
A SALESMAN (white), youiffiflrtil'
, cxpericnceii, who bpeaKS iiiiensii
and Hawaiian perfectly, wants asiluh.
lion. Country More pi of erred, llest
references and testimonials given. Ad.
dress "Hawaiian Salesman," Bulletin
A. THURSTON, "
AllOUNKV AI' AW,
Sui'i.esvor to Smith & Thurston.
27 33 Morel unit BlTSeU A f. jlpi
'- i Xk
kNE lluo Saddle Hoi so, 0
J Cream color, black points. Ap
rrUK place to buy J. W. Hlngley's
X Celebrated' Cigars. Tho Orystal1
Soda Works will be a depot for these
fine Clears, wholesale and retail.
NEtW ENTERPRISE. ,
M'RS.'JJ 1 IiWbN, daiojiif Newt
! York, has opened an Art Needle'
Work and Dref.niaking establishment
oer Prank Geilz's) boot and shoe stoic
No. 10.1 Foil Street. Kensington, Aua.
Bene, Chenille and Ribbon work, Plastic
Clay and Kensington Painting taught.
Stamping and dcslguing done in the
best manner at reasonable rntcs j2DSw
ON WEDNESDAY, MAT 27,
at 10 o'clork a.m., al the icsidence of
Mrs. McLean, No. 12r King Street. The
entire ' , J - j
TWO BEDROOM S33TH t
B W Extension Dining Tabic & Chairs,
CrocKcry.nud Glaswait. Matting, Mat.
trosscsl Kitchen Stove "and Utensil", tho
usual assortment of Household Furni
ture. LYONS & LEVEY, Auct'rs.
r 1 ' TIIkJoNI.tJi U
wmni 001 S INTO
Most of theHoiis'es
The Only Paper in California
that Advocates Hawaiian
A Splendid Advertiaing',Medium
For Hawaiian BuMness Men desiroti"; of
forming trade connections
on the Coast.
All Hawaiian papers kept on lllennd
full information given concerning
ifi n ..ii. 'ill
Entrusted to tho Proprietor will bo
promptljv and parcfuUy c-ecutcd,
nnd no commission cnAitann.
TERMS Threo Dollars
$1.75 for Bi months.
Charles It. Buclcland,
. H ...BPoranflyrprlctor.
OFFICE 323 Frpnt Street. Vost-Offlco
Ilox, 230(3, San Francisco, California.
"i " : ttt- l-rt ; ',i ut ;
SILK CULTURE, i
My Rook of Instruction,
"SILK AND THE SILK WORM,"
Glycs all, nocessiu-y information.
Prlci, Ti'cnty-Tlvc' C'putM'prr ropy.
SllkfVorm Eggs, Reels, Trees, Cut
tings, Seeds, &c, for sale 'at the very
low est market rates.
Thormomotcr and Barometer Comblaod
For use of SHU Raisers,, free by mall
only 75 cents.
I will be pleased to give information
to corrcsppndents who, apply by loiter,
inclosing Jwoccnt stamp for' reply! , ' '
Hiicrlmen Uoxpn of Cocoouh ,' Jtcl
cil Hlllf. 5 CeAH.)
None but articles of Iho first quality Hold
Address alllcommunications to
Miss Nellie Lincoln Rossiter,
Now Lisbon, Burlington Co.
944 NEy JERSEY.
Monday Evoning, "May 25th,
niiiiit Morn or mi.
SIIMM AXMN aiORTAOUK,
sin. cuAitiiiM Timsin:.
633" Hnllie OJiangc of Programme. "TBfl
,i I : r
llcT-TTor 'tiilb at J. K. WISEMAN'S,
Box plan now open.
Roller Coaster for Sale. '
DP. SMITH will recehe bids up to
.1 une 1st, for tho Holler Coaster.,
Not bound to accept the highest or any
hid. "Samp tOtbe roinotffcd from the pre
jnlits.to lmUtcrropm', for enlarging the,
"Central Park Hkattng HJnk. ,
1). P. SMITH, Honolulu Post-Onice.
U7 til i
rpo SUPPLY tho Queen's Hospital
JL with FHESHBKEF and MUTION,
InAiuaplhics "required, for one ycii,'
nnMninni.tnir nil fliM lul .Tllmv IRAI
Peftied'endcisJto'h'e left at the office of
the undersigned up to ednrsd.iy, the,
27th May, 188.", at noon. Pel Order, ,
1 A. SOIIAEFEK, Sceictnry.
iHdno3uliiJ Mny Ith, 1H81. 20 lw.
FOR SALE. ,
fT oasCjOf cottage foi eight years -with
JLi imjnocinents at $11) per month,
hltuateil at No. 17 School bt, between
Fori und Nuiruni. Houc eontains 5
rooms and bath room. tablo and curlJ
ago house. Grounds tastefully laid out
with How eis and bliudc tiees. House'
will rent for $25.pcr-inoutlr ; will sell
for S32."). Furniture for. sale al"o If,
desiiedl iCall-at premis'eft'or Aldrcss CJ
n llita rfTtnn
those Islands. In her two-year.old form
slio showed us after only 4 weeks haud
ling a mile in 3.24 tw repeat in 3 22,"
lias not been handled since forspced.
She is' stlntcd-to' tho Holt stallion and
prciumnbly in foal to himtjln oftering'
this auimalfor salo I da-noti'dalmher
to 1)0 a trnckihorse hut'slmply a spoe'dy
and SAFE road mare. My price, is, Sp3Gd
rash, 349l will not buy her. ,.
" , JOHN F,.. SMITH,,
20 lw. , , , If you please;
British Benevolent Society.
IN -HONO-ll of the Birthday of Her
'Mrijcsty' Qiuca', Victoktv, a "ball
will he held at the Hawaiian Hotel on
TUESDAY EVENING-, May 20th, 1885;
at 8:30 pmi TIckelE Price'?2.B0, may
bo obtained from the member of the
Ball'Commitlee, or at Hie offlctof VI. Ml
Oat, Jr., & Co." , ,,' 20 td
l Oflcr for pale to arrive per
ii 1 if
Franklin Strove Coal in Casks
A hlila flti'inliprl Kllnnr '
sx-- - -- ---.-"
.Oases Fra7cr's Axlo Greae, t ,, '
jUd i'HoelIa)io;ies, j
t t HWd TirX ll VnLinl
' l J '
Hay Cutters, , . ,
Plax Packing, - . '
f , bbls Wilipington Taw ;, y, -,
Cases Ex.Lard Oil,
.Grinds,tonea, Iron Safes,
Bbls Dairy Salt, t
Bbls Cement, 1 "nil 2 in'OxBowe,
Cases Ao and Pick Hnndle?,. ,
, Canal Barrows, .
jnL'tfVP &, i2i.Kj':. 'f
Cumbcilnnd poal in lull;?
.it. V II
Oak Lumber, WhlicWood Lumber,
Walnut Lumber, Asty J.uraber,
, Eastern,Wilto Plne'Lumbcr,
Cafies 'Unpcd Tomatoes,
Eleotrio Downer's Kerosono
... . i.j. .. I l
Ketchup and Uoilllsh jJalts,. , , t;
Cases Clam Chowder,
Cases Bausaco Meat,
Cafps IluQVia' 'IVmato Boui),
. Qasas " Mock Tiritlo Soup,
'Case' , fyjcTall Soup,
Buckets, Limo Wash I5oardi,
Cases Chairs, Cotton Waste, '
Oases Yellow Motnl flhcnthlfafM
Keg's Yellow M. Sheathing Nails,
Bbls Twine, Bales Duck,
f ' Cases Turpcntihu.! i
JjJ bbls MJnoral Paint, , , . , . . ,
Book Cases, Assorted,
Extension Top Oarriages; ,H
Cases Curled Hair,
Drums of Caustic Soda.
I WILL sell niy filly1 BELLE1 tler
.TUh'c lltli, to anyone wishing to
ovn oho of.thb gentlest, soundest and
sneedlcit' Hawi'iiian bred aiumals , on
TEMPLE of FASHION
Nos. 61, 63 and
Just roealvad by last stuamer a line stock of
Youth's, Boys' & Children's Clothing,
Business and Dress Suits, Handsome Patterns,
Desirable Styles and Reasonable Prices.
TO THE LAJDIJES,
Iiu 1 10, .. " ,,
We bdg" to announce that we have leoeived the largest
11 and most perfect stock of -
MANUFACTURED WHITE GOODS,
' 'That has eVer boon Shown in this City.
We are prcpaied to show the Cheapest and most attractive stock in
Mies', Iras', (HiMreii's mill Ii
Particular attention is
&s xljj.in js:r.y
SUCCESSORS TO DILLINGHAM & CO. AND SAM'L NOTT.
i IJIPOltTERS AND DEALERS IN
Hardware, Agricultural Implements, House Furnishing
Goods, and General Merchandise.
, Just leeoivcd .Eddy,'s Refrigerators and Ice Chesta, new styles of Chandeliers
i and Library lamps, Stoves and Ranges, KeroBeno Oil Stoves.'
S'AIBBASIKS' Jl!3SX HOWE'S SC AIjJES. -8
All of which are offered upon favorablo terms. ,
' ' i
'-TnTTlT ' Mnmni Tun fl Irnnmimnnn Ptunnt
dUim 1MU1 1, 1MU. 0 MOUUlUCUiU . DUDDL
' ' HffWiM ' ' w n1 1 ' i iff II "i hfi
'i'lllPi i iTOnliffT
G-ranjte, . Irofl aiid Tin Ware !
- 4 Chandeliers, Lamps and Lanterns,
WAT R PIPE and RUBBER HOSE,
House Keeping Goods;
PLUMBING, TIN, COPPER AND
?93 SHEET. .IRON WORK; ', -
Tho Only Recogrrizeil Geiieml Business
Offiees in-CampMra Fire-proof Buildiner, 27 Merchant St., Honolulu, H. I
1. O.CoxSlB t s i : Tclophonciyp,,,)
, jrA.ita-'i3N T
REA ST,ATE( AGE IfT Buys and sells Real Estate in all parts of the King
d.pni.J'.HcHts Ofllus, Ilqiisrs, Cottages and Jtooms. ,
SOLICITING AGENT FOR WILDER'S INTER-ISLAND STEAMERS-Tour
lstsand tho Traveling Public will apply to me for Tickets and information to
the Volcano. r ,;(
OLICITINGAGENT FOR THE MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO. OF NEW
VORK-TlfaMrgcst,Grnudfekt and oundj-st, Institution, pf ia kiqd injhe
AGENl'FOR THE GREATBURLINGTONIRAILWAY ROUT" IN AMERICA
This Route excels all oilier routes going East, the iconery being' the grandot,
the meals tho choicest and tho Pulaco anoTDIning Cars tho hnndsomest and-mott
comfortable. )")' ',' t. ' 'j ' iiM 1'
iUlLQYMENT AGENT-FiudyEinployinent for all tetklpg work In the vari
ous branches qf industiy on tho Islands. '
SOLICrriNG AGENT FOR THE CITY OF LONDON FIRE INSURANCE CO.
Tho best known Company in the Isjamht. i'
OUBTOM HOUSE BROKER-Enteis Goods at Custom House, pays and discharges
freight and Duty Bills under power of Attorney. 0,1 k . , . ,
MONEY BROKER Loans Money at all.tlmcs on llrsUclaBs securitly. , .
GNl:n,'VI' BUSINESS AGENT Legal Papers of every description 1lr.1v. 11. Bills
Distributed and Collected. Books and Accounts kept "d adju.ste I. Records
bcurched. HcnU Collected. Tnxcis land Iii8Uinncoon'Froperrv lool.nl alter.
Copying and Engrossing douL. Advertlsemculs, NuHfli'mper Aillilu-, Cones
ponuenco nnd Cdinmercial Business of every naturb nrnmriOv'timl aoiuiatelv
f uttenUwl.t. , v
AGENT FOR THE NEW MUSIC HALT. AT HONOLUUJ-Cumpaulis ahiivid
will concspond with mo lor terms, etc. 0 dew for island bliell, C111 Iq. Lava
Specimens, Nntivo Yicnand Photos carefully tilled and forwarded to all parts
of tho World. , 1 ,, i.w i . .f. j
tT Information i.ppeitaliiIng1o the Islands given und all rurroporidence faith,
fully answered. v j j i
" JOSEPH ' AVJHKMAN,
65 Fort Street,
called to our stock of
S. COIIN & COMPANY.
aywoiiUinM.. axjii xwg.yM
l"AUri''lU UAitiJtYAlU: UUMfAMl.
-" . it
Agent on the Hawaiian Islands.
ESTABLISHISD 187. ,JH
Bujlnsss Agent, Honolulu Hawaiian UlRndj,