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HONOLULU,. II. 1., WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 15, 1892.
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IMPOIITKIIS AND COMMISSION Miail'llAN TS.
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Wholesale Uiiooeks and Wine Mkucuants
Beaver Block, Honolulu.
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offeh roit salt:
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Felt Steam Pipe Covering,
Wool Dust, Bone Meal, Fish Guano.
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OF SAN F1EANC1SCO, CAL.
Wm. G. Irwin & Co.
Wm, (1. Irw In, - Pie.sident and Manager
Clans Hpreekels, - - - - Vice-President
W. M, liill'ard, - Secietary and Tieasuier
Theo. 0. Porter Auditor
Agents of the
Oceanic Steamship Company,
C. BREWER & CO.
Mercantile and Commission
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lion. v. j(, jllsliop
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line o Jlauihuo unit other xtile i'urlor
Kitsch, Wall Jlmckctv, ami Window
Qorniees, at Prices to meet the timet.
Oceanic Steamship Co.
Australian Mail Service,
For San Francisco :
The new and line Al Steel Steamship
Of the Oceanic Steamship Company will
he due at Honolulu from Sydney and Auck
land on or about
And will lenvo for the above iort with
Mails and Passengers on ornbout that date.
For Sydney and Auckland :
The new and line Al Steel Steamship
Of the Oceanic Steamship Company will
he due at Honolulu, from San FianoK'o,
on or about
And will have prompt despatch with
Mails and Passengers for (ho above poits.
The undersigned aie now picparcd to issue
THROUGH TICKETS TO ALL POINTS
IN THE UNITED STATES.
f& For further particulars regauliug
Fi eight or Passage nppl to
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., Ltd.,
i-)i Genoral Agents.
Occidental and Oriental S.S. Co.
For YOKOHAMA and HONGKONG.
Steamers of the above Companies will
call at Honolulu on their way to the above
poi(s on or about the following dates:
Oceanic Aug. 23, 1892
China Oct. 3, 1832
Oceanic Nov. 1, 1892
Oceanic Jan. 11, 1893
China Feb. 20, 1893
Gaelic April 11, 1893
For SAN FRANCISCO.
Steamers of the above Companies will
call at Honolulu on their wa from Hong
kong and Yokohama to the above port on
ar about the following dates:
TO YOKOHAMA AND RETURN $350.
l&- For Freight and Passage appl to
H. HACKFELD & CO.,
i7 tf Agents.
Oceanic Steamship Co.
S. S. AUSTRALIA.
A i rive Honolulu
from H. F.
for S. P.
Aug. 9 Aug. 16
Sept. 6 Sept. 13
Oct. 4 Oct. 11
Nov. 1 .....Nov. 8
Fiom Han Fiaiicii-ru
ALAMEDA, Oct. -'!
MAIM POSA, Nov. lh
Fiom S.Nilnc) fin
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MAHIPOSA, Oct. Ji
MtiNOWAI, Nov. 17
CHAS. T. G-ULICK.
Notary Public for the Island of Oaliu.
Agent to take Ackii(ittledgeineiit.s to La
Agent to grant Marri.igu LiceiiPes, llono
Agent for the Hawaiian Inlands of Pitt ,V
Scott's Fieight and Parcel Expiess.
Agent for the Builington Houlu.
HEAL ESTATE BIIOKEH
M in pi l.'S'i
P.O. lto 11,1-
iii in i-
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Honolulu, II. I.
island Shells and Curios !
WHOLESA LE A N D HETA I L, Oil EA P
forC.ish,it 101 Fori sticct, bclwcun
EhleiV Dry Hood gloiu mid. Frank lUntt'
Shousioiu. ' iratf T. T.VN.N'A'iT,
Wilder's Steamship Co.
Will leave Honolulu at 2 r. m., touching at
Lalialna, Maalaca Bay, and Makena
the same day;
Maliukona, Kawalhac, and Latipahoelioe
the following day, arriving at
FIMDAY August II)
Ueturning leaves Hilo, touching at Lati
pahoelioe vamv day; Ivawalliae . m.; Ma
liukona 10 . m.j Makena I p. m.j Maalaeii
Bay lip. m.; I.ahaina S p. m. the following
day; arriving at Honolulu 0 a. m. Wednes
days and Satin days.
AltHlVES AT HONOLULU:
SATURDAY August li
WEDNESDAY Vugust 17
SATUltDAY . ...Augu-t -27
&&- No Freight will be received after
12 noon on day of sailing.
Will leac Honolulu everj Tuesday at
." p. M tOlll'llillgllt
Kaliului, Huclo, Hana, Hamoa, and Klpalmlu,
And Paaiihan, Hawaii,
Hetuiuiiig will ariheat llouoliilu every
t$ No Freight will be leix-ived
I P. M. on (lay of sailing.
Consignees must lie at the landings to
leceive their Fieight, as wo will not bold
ourselves responsible after such Fieight
has been landed.
While the Company will use due dili
gence in handling Live Stock, 'wo decline
to assume any responsibility in case of the
los of Mime.
The Company will not be icsponsible for
Money or Jewelry unless placed in the care
W. O. WILDEK, President.
S. B. HOSE, Secietary.
CAP1 J. A. IClNCi, PmtSupt.
The undersigned having been appointed
Sole Agents for the Hawaiian Islands
i on Tin: ci:i,r.iuiTi:i)
FHOM Till: WOHKS OF
Burham, Williams & Co.,
Aie now piepared to give Estimates and
iceeivo Orders for tho-ii Engines,
of any sie and style.
The Baldwin Locomotive Works
Alti: NOW MANITFAOTIUMNH A
STYLE OF LOCOMOTIVE
Adapted for Plantation Purposes
A number of which have recently been
icceiveil at tlu-n Islands, and we will have
pleasiue in furnishing plautadon agents
and managers with particulars of same.
The Superiority of these Locomotives
over all other makes is Known not o 1 1 1
here but in acknowledged tbioughout (he
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., Ltd.,
Solo Agonts for the Hawaiian Islands.
Steam Candy Factory
Pastry Cook, and Bakor.
J 'or Muuliliny, i'minra, I'tmUh, Arto
type, l'lwtiimvurui litehiwj, mid
everytltiity in the line (if I'lctnreo, ye '
Kiny fro,, Jlutel itreet,
Cultivation and Preparation for
Prize Essay for the American Agri
culturist. iiv .1UD30N fopuxoc, or a(ost(iomi:uy
Toliacuo Hani. Jline is ."i0 by 3!5
feet, with 18 feet posts; the tiers are
four and a half feet apart. I hang
four full tiers of tobacco, ami hiing
between lite purlinc plates in the
comb, a linlf tier; the bents of
the frame are lG'n feet apart.
I hung on four-feet sticks made of
hickory, rived one-half inch by
inches, shaved anil tapered at one
end to receive an iron socket ; 1 have
sawed sugar-tree scantlings l(5j feet
long, !1 by -1 inches thick, for the
mils of the sticks to rest on and
meet in the center of thu rail, 14 in
ches resting on it. Some used sawed
lath to hang on, but the split and
shaved are far preferable. Hanging
on fence rails with twine is going out
of use as it should. I use my barn
to store wheat and barley, doing Hie
threshing just before tobacco hang
ing. My barn will hang about seven
acres of good tobacco.
Housing Tobacco. The tobacco
being brought to the barn, should be
unloaded on a platform or bench
convenient for handling. An iron
socket, about fi inches long, by 1-
inches at the big end, tapering to a
sharp point, is necessary ; the sticks
should be shaved so as to lit thu
socket as near as possible, but do not
bring thu stick to a sharp point, or
it will not lie firmly on the rail.
Have a lA-ineb hole bored tluee in
ches deep in the barn post, three feet
from the ground or lloor; let the
hole be bored slanting down a little,
so that the socket end of the lath
may be the highest; put the end
of the stick that is not tapered into
this hold and the socket on the lath ;
take hold of a stalk with the right
hand, about one foot from the butt
end, tiling it against the point of the
socket, six inches from the butt of
the stalk, grasp the butt with left
hand, and give the right hand a linn,
quick jeik to start the stalk to split;
then, with both hands, pull it hack
against the post, and so on until you
have the slick full. The stalks
should not be crowded on the slicks,
four or live inches apart is close
enough ; eight or nine large stalks
arc eiioti!:li for a four foot stick.
Having filled the stick, remove the
socket, lay your stick of tobacco on
the lloor, and go on sticking until the
load is all stuck ; or it is a good plan
to have rails laid on the lower tie and
hang for I he present as you stick.
While one or two hands arc hanging
one load, another may be in the lield
bringing in anolher. In hanging,
have a single block and half inch
lope, with a hook atonc end; secure
the block near where you hang, place
the hook iu the center of the slick of
tobacco, and let thu man on the lloor
draw it up to thu man who hnngs.
There should be a stout pine board,
two inches thick, fifteen inches wide,
ami long enough to reach from tic to
lie; this should be placed under
where you hang to walk on. When
the tobacco is hoisted up, take it off
the hook, and walk to the farther cud
of thu board ; have your rails placed
to receive the stick, and so continue
until your mils ate full, then move
your board and block to another
place, and so coiuinue. A sixteen
fool rail will hang about twenty-four
laths; eight inches apart is about the
distance to place Hie laths of tobacco
on I In; rails; if too much crowded
the tobacco will hou&e-buiu. Guru
should be used never to lei a load of
tobacco lie long on the w.igou or in a
pilu, as it sweats and heals and is
soon mined. Always keep thu to
bacco cool. After it is housed, keep
the doors open day and niglit, so
that it may have the benefit of the
warm and dry air for thu purpose of
curing, closing the doors against
high winds and healing rams, lieu
on ml keep the doois closed.
Stripping. hen the tnbaei y is
siillleii'iilly cuit'd to strip, which will
bu after it has been well froen and
dried out, you will have to watch for
it to get "in case'' fur handling;
when a warm, wet, misty spell of
wvalher comes, throw open thu doois,
to allow the tobacco to take Hit
damp. Whin thu steins of the
leaves are so limber that they will
not snap, and the leave are pliable,
bill not too wet, lake down a siillieieiil
quantity to strip for two or three
days; tuku it off the sticks, make a
temporal y crib of boards about four
feet wide, and bulk die tobacco iu it,
laying thu tups iu, bulls out, next
the boards. After you have made
your bulk, cover with nn old carpet,
boanH, or any thing else handy, to
keep it from getting too damp or
from drying out. Oaro should be
taken that the bulk does not heat;
if the stalks are wet or thcro is any
uncurcd tobacco, forty-eight hours is
sulllcient to spoil the tobacco. Dur
ing' the wuiter there arc generally
several tobacco seasons, and by im
proving llicni the stripping can all
be done before March. Having the
bulk down wc now proceed to strip
for maikct; lay a pile of tobacco on
a bench or platform about two feet
high, and let the most careful and
handy man tako a stalk in his left
hand, give it a shake to make the
leaves hang out free, then pick off
four or five of the bottom or ground
leaves, and any badly torn or diseas
ed leaves, and all such as arc not
considered pi hue; do not put any
frosted or "fat" leaves in, as it
spoils the tobacco; pass the stalk
that is primed to the stripper, and
let him take off the prime leaves.
Take off one leaf al a lime, keeping
them straight in the hand ; when a
sulllcient number arc taken off to
make what is called a hand of to
bacco, lake a leaf in the right hand,
put the thumb of the left hand on
tiiu end of the leaf about one inch
from Ihe bull of the hand or bunch,
and pass the leaf around once or
twice; an inch is wide enough for
the hand ; open the hand of tobacco
in the center, pass the end of the
leaf through and draw it tight, then
squeeze the hand together and lay il
down, keeping the leaves straight.
An inch and a half in diameter is
large enough for a hand. When a
stillicient quantity is stripped to com
mence bulking, make two places to
bulk in, one for prime and one for
giound leaf: let the space be accord
ing to the quantity of tobacco to
bulk. A bulk 'M feet high and '20
feet long will hold ten boxes or about
four thousand lbs. of prime tobacco;
the sides of the bulk must not bu in
closed, but left open, so that the
butts can nry out; at each end of the
bulk put a bulkhead of boards to
build against, about three feet wide
and four feel high; secure tills up
right and linn ; do not build on the
ground, but on a platform or lloor.
Commence at one end against the
bulkhead, lake one hand of tobacco
at a lime, straighten and smooth it
and lay it on the lloor at one side of
the bulk ; tako another as above,
pres. it against the first, and so pro
ceed to lay the length of the bulk;
then turn and lay down the other
side of the bulk, letting the cutis of
the tobacco lap over the first row
about four inches, and so repeat.keep
ing the butts even. After one or two
rounds arc laid, get on the bulk on
the knees, and as you lay a hand put
your knee on it, and thus pack as
close and compact as possible. When
not bulking down have the boards
laid on Hie tobacco and weights put
on to keep the tobacco level. Keep
the ground leaf separate from the
Hoxing. Ho"cs should bu made
110 inches square by -12 inches in
length outside ; saw the end boards
28 inches long, nail them to two 1
inch square slats, so thai Hie head
will be '28 inches square ; when two
heads are made, nail the sides of the
box to the head 3 so as to come even
with the outside of the head, the
sides being 28 inches wide; then nail
Ihc bottom on firmly ; ihe top can be
nailed slightly until after the tobac
co is packed, when it can -be nailed
firm. Set your box by the side of
the bulk and let one hand get in the
box and another pass the tobacco to
him, one hand at a lime, taking care
not to shake it out, but put it iu thu
box as it comes from bulk, with the
bull of the hand next the cud of the
box. Place close and press with the
kneu (Irmly; lay alternate courses at
each end, and if the tobacco is not
long enough to lap sulllciuntly to (ill
thu center, put a few hands cross
wise in the center. When the box
is full, place il under a lover; have a
follower, which is a cover made of
inch boat ds, nailed to two pieces of
scanning and made to fit inside of
the box ; lay this on thn tobacco, and
build witli blocks of scantling on it
of a sulllcient higlit for thu lever to
Tie clear of the box when pressed,
l'ress down firmly with a strong lev
er, and, while kneeling in another
box full, lut the lever remain, so that
the tobacco gels set iu the box.
When ready take Hie lever off anil
fill up as before, about six inches
higher than the box ; press it below
thu top of the box, take off your lev
er and nail on Hie top as quickly as
possible. Some use tobacco-presses
lor Kicking, which aru perhaps more
convenient; they aru ol various pat
terns, but a lever saves the expunsu
of a press and is in the touch of all.
If tobacco is sold at Hie shed, il
should bu sold before packing, being
easier examined ill bulk than box.
A t lauding mini who chanced to
bo iu tho storo of 13. V. Wood, at
Mi'Ki'os Hock, I'a., says whilu liu
was waiting to mjo -Mr, Wood littlu
girl I'liinii iu witli an empty bottlo
labeled Chamberlain's Pain lialui,
.-mil said, "Mamma wants another
bottle of that medicine; she siiyriit
is the best medicine for rheumatism
she over used." Fifty cent bottles
for sale by all dealers. Benson, Smith
k Co., Agonts,