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HAWAII progress HOLOMUA.
TJrfo of t3ae 3LaiajdL is Bsta.Tolisln.ea. in lESIgtecru.s.n.ess..' "Vol. I. No. 10. HONOLULU. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1893. Per Month 50 Cts. H'awaiiHolomua IS PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON EXCEPT SUNDAY BY THE Holomua, Publishing (Jo. At King St (Thomas block), Honoluln, H L SUBSCRIPTION, per Month, 50 Cts.' The paper is delivered by (rriers'in the town ami suburb. Single Copies far rile lit the News Dealers and at the Office of publication. Abraham Fernandez, - Manager Edmund Norrie. - Editor -JSTOTICE." All Buniness GomraurJcstioud shonld be addressed to Abraham Fernandez, Hono lulu. IL L Correspondence and Comninmcations for publication shonld be addressed to the Editor Hawaii Holomua. No notice -will be pud to any nuonynions communications. gtoisincsis (Snnte A. P. PETERSON, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Oftlco: 113 Knabnnmnn Street, Honolulu Hawaiian Islands. CHARLES CREFGHTON, ATTOB.NET AT LAW. Office: 113 Kaahutaann Street, Honolulu Hiiw.man Islands GLARE NO E W." ASHFORD, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW. Office: Old Capitol Building, (Honolnlu Hale), adjoining 1'ost unice, Honolulu. A. ROSA, ATTORNEY AT LAW, No. 15 Kaahuraanu St. .Honolulu Hawaiian Islands. PAUL NEUMAN, ATTORNEY AT LAW. 314: Merchant Street, Honolulu Mutual Telephone 415. J. M. DAVIDSON, ATTORNEY AT LAW, 306,Merchant St., Office (Mutual) Tel. ISO, Residence 67. , S. K. OvA-NE, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Ofiico: Conner King and Bethel streets, up-stairs. . JOHN LOTAKAULT3KOU, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Offico, corner King &, Bethel Sts. Wing Mow Chan, IMPORTERS AND i -Commission Merchants DEALERS IN China and Japan Tea, Provi.siMs. Maoila Cifars, : GROCERIES, SILKS, MATTING, "'Cafflplior Wood Trunks, Rattan Chairs, etc., etc. 30iKing StrHbcoluluj P. O. ?Boxo;i80,-Mtu&l Tl. No. 78. Qi$m$$ (Cards BRUCE & A. J. 0ARTWR1GHT Basines. of a Fidnciarv Nature Transacted. Prompt attention given to the maiwgement ol ivstates, Uuitrdiansnips, irutis, etc., etc, etc. jDjjfces, : Carlicright Building, Merchant Street, Honoluln. F. H. R EDWARD, CONTRACTOR and BUILDER,- No. -506 King Street, Honolulu, Hawaiiau Islands. MACFARLANE & CO. Dealers in Wines and Spirits Kaahuiminu Street, Honolulu. Bell Telephone 331. P. O. Box 32 W. W. WRIGHT & SON, Carriage and Wagon Builders IN ALL ITS BRANCHES. 79 nnd'SO King Street, Honolulu, H. I. H. E. McTNTYRE & BRO., Grocery, Feed Store fc Bakert, Corner of King and Fort Sts., Honolulu. J. PHILLIPS, "PRACTICAL PLUMBER, GAS-FITTER COPPEIt-SMLITH, 33 House and Ship Job Work . , Promptly Executed. -No. .71 'King Street. Honolulu. &Q1STSHLYES & CD., Importers & Dealers in Groceries, Wines, Spirits, &c. Queen St., Honolnlu. iCmpire Saloon, JAMES OLDS, Proprietor. Fine Liquor Bbbp, ALWAYS ON HAND. Comer Nunanu and Hotel Streets LEWIS J". LEVEY, Eeal Estate and General Auctioneer. Comer Fort and Queen Streets, Honolulu Personal attention given to Sales of Furniture, Real Estate, Stock and General Merchandise. Mutual Telephone 23S. Bell Telephone 3S 1 . Post Office Box 32. . W.WRIGHT 4 SON Carriaie d f am Bite u u In All Its .Branches. Horseshoeing A'SPECliLTT. 79 and 80 King St j Ho&olmlu. H. F. BERTELMANN. CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER, SO King St . Bell Telephone 107. HARRISON BROS., "CONTRACTORS AND BUlLDEltS, 20SForSt., Honolulu. THOilAg LINDSAY. 'Manufacturing Jeictl&r and Wdtcltmaker, f i Mcluerny Block; 3 Fort St., Honolulu. MERCHANT EXCHANGE, ' S. I, SHAVf, Proprietor, CHOICE LIQUORS andFINE BEER, Corner of Kingjand Nunanu Sts., Mutual Tel. 423. Honolulu, G.W.IAGFARLANE&CO, Importers & Commission MERCHANTS, Honolulu, - - Hawaiian Islands Club- tables Co., S. F. GRAHAM, Manager. JLiiv'ery, ."Feed and Sale Stables, Fort Street, between Hotel ancL"Bere"tania. Both Telephones No. 477 Connected With M j&and, Corner King & Bethel Sts. Both Telephones No. 113. H. MH.Y & CD,, Tea Dealers, Coffee Roasters 0 Provision Merchants 93 Fort Street, Honolulu Families, Plantations and Ships supplied with choicest European & American Groceries California Produce by Every Steamer. Ghas. T. Gulick NOTARY PUBLIC For the Island of Oahu. Agent to Take Acknowledgments to Labor Contracts. Agent to Grant Marriage Licen ses, Honolnlu, Oahu. Agent for the Haw'n Islands of Pitt fe Scott's Freight and Parcels Express. Agent for the Burlington Route. M -Estate Mer enteral Apii. Bell Tel. 348; Mut Tel. 139; P. O. Box 415. OFFICE: No. 38 MERCHANT Street, Honolulu, H. I. CHOCK LOOK, MERCHANT TAILOR, No. 321'NBiia Street, ALL SUITS GUARANTEED TO 'FIT,, and MADE in the BEST-STYLE. CLOTHES CLEANED : and REPAIRED. H. LOSE.. Notary Public. Collector and General Basinets Agent. Mutual Telephoue S. P. O. Bar :CS. Merchant "street, Honolulu. Theo. P. Skvekin. A. W. Bolctek. ALOHA GALLERY SIS Fort Street. Ho.voLrar. Up-stuirs- Portraits & Landscapes F:'nast Collection of Hawaiian View. P. O. Box 43$. ";fat BOY." BAY HORSED SALOON ! P. SIClNLKNY, f KOKKIETOR, Fine Liquors, Wines and Beer. Corker Betiiei. anp Hotel Sts. Elias Kaululaau Wright DENTIST,-; Corner of King and Bethel Sts., Upstii, Entrance on King Street. Office Houns-From 9 a.m. to 12 in., 1 to 4 p.m. 23T Sundays excepted. ESTABLISHED A. D. 1SGS Pioneer Stearn Candy Factory ! IBAKERY.oid Ice Cream Parlors F. HORN, Proprietor. PRACTICAL ConfccifiCF (6 Oriiiienter In all branches of the business on these island. AMERICAN, FRENCH, ENG LISH and GERMAN PASTRIES MADE TO ORDER. Wedding and Birth-day Made of the very best material, unsurpassed in richness of quali ty and ornamented in unapproach able style, at lower prices than any other establishment in Ho nolulu. Family 'ahani FanciJ Bread, Gnava Jelly, Preserved Tamarinds and Tamarind Syrup. ALL CONFECTIONERY Manufactured at my Establishment- are Guaranteed to be Positively Pcke and sold at prices no other establishment can compete with. RAPTOR Y & STORE, No. 71 Hotel Street, Between Nunanu and Fort Streets BOTH TELEPHONES No. 74. Profitable Pork Production. Field and Farm. "Wheat prices lateh' have been such as to warrant us in feediug some of it to the pigs instead of sending it t-" market. There is such a thng as making high priced pork from good feed thai, will bring us more profit thou in selling V o feed. We need to feed mure wheat than other alfafa anil now wo too 1 good milk. As it is often feed the pigs cheap food, bad mixtures that no other animals will toueh, and the re sult is we have disease anJ costs us considerable. Ve can avoid these by showing tho samo common sense in giving tho pigs-1 clean, healthy food that we ex- " ercise toward our horses auuf cows. No o.ie would think of feeding the fine farm horses sour food right along, nor anything, ill l I'll nitil iiw....! v - jure their health. Pigs seem t be g'.ftfcd with stronger .-t-Mi.aol:s than "-tIici animals. aiiI as a reH.lt of this we . , impose upon theta. Ve hnvo found, hn-fvr. u-itlun iliiast f-w years that even lh- .swine's pt mach haii.a limit to it. and it cm -in t rti-i I lrniiiti itiiin Til ill. i. r: i . - i . UC JUjllll'U SlTHUISiy. yg iijupv . abandon the old ida that pigs can thrive on any dirty, unwholesome food. By stuffing their stnmachd with food that- has nn uurishmenS to it we not only Pul to increase their weight, but we run the risk of losing them entirely. After years f experience the bst pig- iiicorQ liir. ronrlil tVtit r-niilnaini. that the most perfect food for tlfc pigs is a combination of grass antt wheat, with milk, r.uits and corn added in small quantities to give variety. Now the question is, Can we feed them such wholesome food and make a- profit thereby? "Without doubt this can bo dono when wheat is selling as low as ifc has been during the lastfew years. Tho amount of grains that th pigs need is not so very great. 1 is used more to supplement the grass ration. Beginning with a pint of wheat a day this can ho increased at the end of two months' to a gallon a day. It need not" be fed every day, but can be al ternated at times with corn, for a little corn is good for thenv and is quite essential for fatten ing toward the end. Pork mado from such an ideal food will nearly always command a higher price in the market, and it will return proportionately better pro fit to tho owner. The old swill raised and dirty pigs may do for home-consumption on many faring where the owners do not seem to' distinguish between good and bad pork, bnt the time has como when such pork will not answer the demand of the best market. Cawe Per Grief. Cora (at Madge's wedding) "What on earth are yon crying for. Bertha? This isn't your marriage?" Bertha "I know (boo-hoo). That's why I'm crying." Tudg.