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THURSDAY, JAN. 31, 1889.
PATIENCE.
TIME MIDNIGHT
Wife Ob, John, dear, linn lato
you are! I shall be glad when this
Patience business is all over. I
never seem to sco anything of you
now.
Husband (sings) "Exactly so."
Wife But, dear, did you corao
straight home from the Music Hall?
Husband Oh, yes. That is, we
lust stopped as wc passed the Hotel
on our wny home, and er or had
a drink, so to speak, us it were not
worth mentioning. We nil bud
cramps in the stomach, us it were
(slugs) "Let the muiry cymbals
sound" classic, in insure, classic,
classic measure. Good night. Let's
go to bed. Classic uie-a-sure.
Wife (soliloquizing) Dear me,
how tired dear .John must he j he
has actually gone to sleep on the
sofa with bis boots on. All that
horrid Patience. As a lawful mar
ried woman I protest against these
rehearsals, where, as dear John
says, they keep on singing until past
midnight. I am sure I don't envy
Dr. McKibbin's neighbors.
Husband (dreaming) Exact- so.
Let the merry cymbals (snore).
SUPREME COURT JAN. TERM.
BEFORE ltlCKEKTON, J.
J. S. Murtb) vs. L. B. Kerr. Tres
pass. Defendant's motion in arrest
of judgment. Argued and decision
reserved until February 1st. V. V.
Ashford for plaintiff ; A. S. Hart
well for defendant.
Colburu vs. Cayford. Tort : dam
age, 300. Being tried before a
mixed jury. A. Rosa for plaintiff;
V. V. Ashford and Ureighton for
defendant.
SUPREME C0URT-HN CHAMBERS.
BEFORE JODD, C. J.
Wednesday, January 28.
Estate J. K. Spaulding. Ordered
that letters of administration issue
to Wni. O. Smith under 1,000 bond.
W. C. Achi for petitioner.
befoue m'cullt j.
Guardianship J. E. Chamberlain,
1 a minor. Ordered that the account
of F. S. Lyman, guardian, be ap
proved, he discharged and his bond
cancelled. W. O. Smith for peti
tioner. INTERMEDIARY COURT.
Mr. Justice Preston presided in
the Intermediary (Jouit this morn
ing. Following was the calendar:
The King vs. Chun U. Unlaw
fully carrying a pistol. Appeal by
defendant from Koolaupoko District
Court. Continued to Saturday.
The King vs. Moke. Assault and
battery. Appeal from Honolulu
Police Court. Continued to Febru
ary 7th.
The King vs. Naoiwi. Larceny
fourth degree. Appeal from Waia
lua District Court. Continued to
Feb. 7th.
James Lyle vs. Remond Reyes.
Daniase, claims 8200. Appeal of
defendant from Honolulu Police
Court. Continued to next term
day.
' J. Sylva vs. Ah Chit. Damages
$100. Defendant's appeal fiom
District Court of Koolaupoko. Con
tinued to February term.
Robert Haistead vs. James Gay.
Trespass. Defendant's appeal from
Honolulu Police Court. Continued
to Feb.. 13th, subject to counsel
being here.
Richard Cayford vs. Marcus Col
burn. Assumpsit, $27.75. Defend
ant's appeal from Honolulu Police
Court. Continued to Feb. term.
Tho following case was heard by
'Mr. Justice MeCully:
' Maboc (w.) and Keahi (k.) vs.
Maaia Knanaana. Summary pro
ceedings to i e cover possession of
lands. Plaintiffs' appeal from Dis
trict Court of Ewa. After hearing
the parties tho Court hold tho ap
peal was not peifected, and there
fore dismissed it. S. K. Kane for
plaintiff; C. Brown for defendant.
POLICE COURT.
BKFOItE I'OLIClS JUSTICE FOTOKK'
,
Kaltiabtnc and Tom Gnndcll bad
each to pay the usual amount for
drunkenness.
Pamalo, for assault and battery
on liana (w.), was fined 85 nnd
81.10 costs.
Ten Chinese, charged with letting
off iire crackers jn tho streets were
reprimanded and discharged.
Three young hoys charged witli
truancy were discharged.
PEA NERVES WERE SETTLED.
Mrs. Pallid Don't you find that
the noise of tho boiler foundry acro99
the street affects your nerves, Mrs.
Youugwife?
Mrs. Youngwffc I seldom icar
It.
Y How strange.
i Well, you see, babyis teetbipg
poif.
LOCAL & GENERAL MEWS.
PATUKCE tO'Higllt.
Sew engagement C. and L.
Tun Chincso
colebrnliugi
residents aro still
The handsomest
ticnuu is .
dragoon in Pa-
A nncErnos is being hold t
Lunalilo Homo this afternoon.
the
Mrt. Frank Brown is authorized to
receipt for moneys due W. S. Luce.
The case of Colburn vs. Cayfoid,
tort, is still on tiial in the Supremo
Court.
Mn. P. C.Jones had his photograph
taken this noon. Don't forgot the
Bulletin.
The King attended the reception
at tho United Chinese Society's hall
yesterday.
Busiikell's trained animal and
novelty show loaves for the other
islands next week.
A notice to paicutH and guaidhuit!
of bchool children apptuis in our By
Authority column.
... i -- ' -' "
The regular m'cling tf the De
bating Society will be held thin even
ing at the usual time and place,
J. D. Tuckbii, was calling upon bis
friends yesterday iu Chinatown,
dicssed in full Chinese costume.
Young men desirous of joining tho
Y. M. C. A. singing class, should be
in atteudancc at 7 o'clock this even
ing. i m i
A lakoe number of volcanic speci
mens intended for tho Paris exposi
tion arc in tho Minister of Finance's
oiHco.
A lauoe oiangc or cition is on ex
hibition in the store of the Hawaiian
News Company. It is about tho size
of a football.
Pilot Babcock has presented
Charley Peteiion, in charge of the
look-out station, with a new year
present of $10.00.
At a meeting of tho Board of
Health held yesterday the duties of
government physicians foimcd a
topic for discussion.
.. ..
The bteamcr Ewa lcturncd from
her Pearl Iiivcr excursion yesterday,
at 5 p. m. The details of the trip
ate given in another column.
Capt. and Mrs. J. D. Graham, who
started for San Francisco in tho
Nyanza, whicn vessel put back to
port last evening, have decided to
stay in Honolulu and leave on the
next mail steamer.
Mons. d'Anglado, French Commis
sioner nnd Mr. L. Bellaguvl, Chan
cellor of the French Legation, paid a
visit to the U. S. S. Alert this morn
ing, being received by Capt. J. G.
Green, the commander.
The box plan for the sale of scats
for Saturday's performance of Pa
tience, opens at 9 o'clock to-morrow
morning at tho office of J. 12. Brown
& Co. The number of tickets for
any one purchaser is limited to ten.
. n
Josiaii Kua, second clerk in the
Maishul's office and David Kanpa,
cleik to the Deputy Mart-hal have
both been notified that their services
will no longer be required after this
evening. It is reported that they
have been talking of piivate matters
outside.
Mn. Leigh Lynch, advance agent
of the Spalding b..-ilmll players, is
expected to pass tluough on the next
mail Bteanier fiom tho Colonies. It
is Mr. Lynch who is desirous of tak
ing the Hawaiian Band to the Paris
exposition if permission can be ob
tained. Mr, Pierro Jones has just finished
tho translation into French, of an
Ilihtorieal Sketch of Education in
tho Hawaiian Iblandu, and has also
been entrusted with the traiiblation
ot tho History of Government Sur
vey. Both aie intended for the Paris
Exposition. Tho work could not
have been put into better hands.
In the Police Court this morning,
a native named Hailama, was charged
with deserting contract service with
the Inter-Island Steam Navigation
Co. Ho pleaded not guilty. Polico
Justice Foster said ho could not hear
tho cate owing to his being a lelative
of the President of tho Company,
and lefcncd the matter to the Su
premo Court,
EVENTS THIS EVENINC.
Drill Co. A Ilonolulti Rifles,
at
715 tO.
Performance of "Patience" at the
Hawaiian Opera IIouso, at 8 p. in.
Meeting Debating Society at 7:150
.o'clock p. m.
Hinging class at Y. M. C. A. at
7:80.
Stag uight IIouolulu Social Club,
at 7:30.
1" I. 'I I'M-l-H H-I'-LJU
EVENTS TO-MORROW.
Departuie of steamer W. G. Hall,
for Maui and Ilauaii, at 10 a. in.
Business meeting IIouolulu Ariou
Society, at 7:!i0 p. m,
Performance by Bushncll's trained
animals, at 8 o'clock, at Nieol's
block.
Services at St. Andrew's Cathe
dral at 7.
AUCTION SALES TO-MORROW.
nr i j. LUVEr.
At 10 a. in., by order of W. C.
Parke, assignee, tho whole of tho
fixtures in the store lately occupied
by A. M. Ileiyett, MercUajit stfeet.
DAILY BUIiTiETrN". HONOLULU, H IM JANUAOT 611888.
Clf
uiv,
To
Pearl Harbor and Back
Steamer "Ewa."
in tte
Tho Uniquo and Extensive Lagoon
Harbor of Pearl Rivor Dcsorib
od Tho Trip and Iho Sosn
ory Tho Possibilities of
tho Region Its Re
sources, Prospects,
Climate, Etc.
At 9 a. m. on Wednesday
mom-
ing the steamer Ewa left her
moor-
ings at Brewer's wharf, Honolulu,
and proceeded on her voyage to
Pearl River, carrying about two
dozen ladies and gentlemen who had
been provided with complimentary
tickets through the courtesy of Mr.
B. P. Dillingham. Among the
beneficiares was the writer, who
thoroughly enjoyed the trip, and
took the following notes of the sur
roundings of the Peail liiyor region
and the extensive land-locked har
bor which should he more seen and
better known than it is.
The distance from Honolulu by sea
is about fj miles fiom heads tohi-ads,
and wc anived off IVail Rivei in
a little over one hour, the sea upon
the occasion being calm as tne pro
verbial mill pond, and no symptoms
of seasickness appeared among
either the ladies or juveniles, al
though there wero several of these
who seldom put foot upon a seagoing
vessel.
Looking back to the Koolaupoko
range of mountains, their outline
was very clearly dellnod against the
morning sky; no cloud rested upon
the entire range, every peak and
valley was seen as in a picture, with
all the shades and coloimg given by
the morning sun. Along the shore,
as we proceeded on our voyage, the
water curled on tho submerged reef,
but did not break until the waves
rolled in upon the fringe of sandy
beach which extends all the way to
Barber's Point, with the exception
of the break in the coastline at
Pearl River entrance. The head of
our steamer has now turned shore
ward, and wc round the
breakers that dash on a reef
rmht, oteaming on calm
curling
to our
water
across
I'EAUL RIVER BAR.
On parts of this bar there is not
more than 1A fathoms water, 9 feet
at low tide; but, being like Hono
lulu on tho lee side of the Island,
the sea here is comparatively calm ;
and, to vessels drawing less than 8
feet, there is no danger if the sailing
directions of the port are duly ob
served. The bar, like the inner
channel bottom, is of coral forma
tion ; aim, in the nanus ot an ex
pert at blasting sunken rocks, the
expense of removing this impedi
ment to the ingress of large vessels
would not he nearly so great as is
generally supposed. When we think
of Hell-gate, New York, and other
great works of blasting, the Peail
River bar sinks into nothing com
paratively. The length in the shal
low portion is about 100 yards, and
the widtli is optional with the gov-,
eminent. Once over this obstacle
we come int6 gi eat depth, 17 to 24
fathoms, and water deep enough for
all purposes is chaiacteristic of the
extensive harbor inside. We now
approach the
I'UULOA SAI.T TOKKS,
the propei ty of J. I. Dowsetl, Esq.,
of Honolulu. These works are at
the west side of the entianee to
Pearl River, and the windmill is a
prominent object in the landscape as
wo enter. It is also one of the
guides in steeling vessels inward.
On the eastern side and opiosite to
the Puuloa buildings, is the fUheiy,
where arc a number of buildings in
habited by Chinamen. The sur
roundings here are somewhat Ideal
owing to the bare stretches of sand ;
but they, at the same time, seem
natural as the abodes of flheiuien
whose dwellings are, iu all countries,
generally perched upon bare rocks
or upon equally bare sands near the
"sad sea waves."
Up to the present time no sea
bird has been seen to fan the air,
nor n fish fin to break the glatsy
surface of the deep; but as we glide
up the channel wc pabs fish ponds,
and we observe hundreds of plover
running pu tliu shpre or skimming
in curving llight the margin of the
tide.
For some distance Mr. Dowsett's
lands bound the channel on both
sides; but finally we come to a
dividing fence on the left and then
skirt the estate of James Campbell,
Kxq.
t Before leaving Mr. Dowsett's do
main, however, we may mention the
old slunk pond around which we
wind, and remark hi icily on the
OOD SIIAUK
of the natlres in the heathen tiuu s.
There is ample evidenco that the
lonely scenes, upon which wo now
uaze with wondering curiosity, wuio
once thickly peopled ; and at that
poi tod the gospel had not reached
Pearl River. Among the objects
of their heathen worship was
tho shark, whoso numbers at
Pearl Klvvr in those days-veru very
abundant. A stretch of steep bank,
fittbupaitof the channel wo have
just sailed past, is. pointed out to
tho tourist where the natives fed the
sharks and sometimes gave thesu
fish human saciillees to appease
their voracity. Whether these int
uitions are uiytuicat or not, uie
writer docs not vouch ; but the sur.
I'linfling.i ai.d remains still visible,
j.-ic a coior of truth to the stones
told.
We continue our voyage, passing
an old butcher shop upon Mr. Camp
bell's estate, and sail between groves
ol algcroba trees supposed to bo
planltd here and thcro by birds and
moie thickly spread by cattle which
eat the indigestible seeds.
The water front heic, so far as
vUiblo from the steamer, is shielded
by blocks of coral stone; and be
hind those tho coral has decayed
into a most fertile soil full of phos
phates. Were this coral soil mixed
with the red lava soil further in
land, and some vegetable manure
added, a more fertile compost could
not be imagined; but lest I digress
wo will continue our voyage up
THE WEST CHANNEL
where there is enough to occupy our
attention for the present. On both
sides of us, and all around here, are
extensive coral-formed plateaus,
level and low say from 10 to 20
feet above the tide. At a period,
nut veiy long ago geologically con
sidered, all this stretch of low coun
try was submerged, and the forma
tion put into shape under water;
but uith the using of the adjoining
laud through volcanic agency all
this stretch of submarine formation
rose with it, evidently about the
same time. These facts aie gather
ed from the appearance and decom
position of tho coral, and the ab
rupt lines of dcmarkatlon at tho
joining of the two formations vol
canic and scdcnienlary or coraline.
The west channel continues wide
and deep as we prooecd. nnd on our
right or east side is the laud of Mr.
C. A. Brown. On the shores wo no
lice an extiaordinary abundance of
periwinkles and other shell-fish. A
kind of native clam is also said to
abound here ; and, a few years ago,
oysters were introduced, but ran out
because they wcic not looked after
sulllciently to protect them frqpi
depredators.
The foot liills of the Waianae
range arc now apparently about a
milu from whero wc are sailing,
hundreds of fish of diffeicnt kinds
arc jumping around us, an occasional
wild duck rise3 from the vista of
water channel, and finally wc enter
that magnificent inland set called
the "west loch."
(To he continued.)
FIRE INQUEST.
The jur3' on the inquest of tho firo
oArnOf nf lrlnfroiifl Trnl.-nnliL-n Qtrnnfa
have leturned the following verdict:
That we, the juiors on the inquest
of tho recent fire at the corner of
King and Kckaulikc streets, find
after a most careful examina
tion that it was the work of an in
cendiary or incendiaries.
In testimony wliereof the coroner
and the jurors of this inquest have
hereunto set their hands this 30th
day of January, 188D.
Coroner, O. L. Hopkins
Jurors, E. It. Hendry,
E. Kistler,
13. S. Cunha,
M. Davis,
Thos. 15. Wall,
Thomas R. Lucas.
CLIPPINGS.
The people who never get right
in this world are those who get left.
Speaking of missing things, a
needle in a haystack is nothing to a
railroad time-table in a country
house.
The amateur pherpjst wlio care
fully excludes air from his retort
when making hydrogen is wise iu his
generation.
Young Marshall I hate that fel
low llazcin. lie never comes near a
girl without making a foot of him
self. Young Piizode That's bet
ter than making a fool of the girl.
How does your furnace draw?
a prospective settler inquired the
other day of a naturulized Jersey-
man. "Splendidly," replied the
Jerseyman, sadly: "it draws my
salary, piettv near all of it."
"1 hope, Mr. Templecourt," said
the lady, us she rose from the chair
which had vibrated with her voice
for an hour and a half, "that I
haven't been taking up too much of
your valuable lime!1"
Baker What is the price of Hour
today.' Assistant -Somewhat higher.
"Well, go down and tell tho fore
man to chuck in more yeast. Thank
heaven, Old Hutch can't get up a
corner on wind." Philadelphia
Record.
Baby was trying to dress herself.
"What aro you trying to do there
little one? Dohsn't baby see that
she's putting on her shoes wrong
side out?" "Yes, that's coz there's
u hole on t'other hide." -N. Y.
Journal.
The Prime Minister of Austria
guarantees the peaco of Europe for
one year, but none of tho German
and French soldiers will bo allowed
furloughs on that account. Provi
dence Journal.
You can always get a woman to
keep a secret, if you givo her chlo
loforin enough, Soinerville Jour
nal. "One of you boys has been steal
ing laislus again; 1 have found the
beeds on the floor. Which one of
you was It?" Tommy It wasn't
mo. I swuliowed the seeds in mine.
rScrauton Truth.
Smith You say the speculation
bus proved a failure? Jones A to
tal failure. Smith I thought you
said there wuj a fortune iu it.
Jones (wili ii groan) So there Is,
Mine. fBoblou Courier.
x li mj v a ,J
. y
X
HE
PE.OPLLS PAPER The
Dull liulloUa 50 cts per montl
BUSINESS ITEMS.
Xotltrjulultf t)lt It ml ,-re ch-rgtd JO CfiU
per llntfof tie first (ntertton, and C cmti ptr line
cvfry additional InilrUon.
K VAN'S JJO AT BUILD J NO
i SHOP. Rear r,f Luca' M1U.
M.
A. GONSALVES & CO..
Uotul sttcot. liavo Hist received
a new lot of 'I ins of nvcrv shade, and in
.ell from 50 In 73 ccnti a bunch. Also
a ft w fclik linilnuilK and l'Aiusols, Uio
latter being samples, will liaiioldvcry
low. A lot of Handmade Embroidery
will be sold at cost to close a consign
meat. ICO lw
SUSHNELL'S
-AND-
Novelty Show !
Lite of P. T. Barnum'i Great Show, New
York. U. S.
Meal's Block, Fort Street,
Under the Uratid AVntor-proor
Tent,
Will Exhibit for a Short Season Only.
Commencing January 25th, nnd
continuing
Every Evening
Saturday Matinee
General Admission 50c
Reserved Heats, SI 00
Mntinec , 25 and COc
157 lw
HAWAIIAN
OPERA HOUSE
IN AID OF LOCAL CHARITIES.
THURSDAY and SATURDAY,
Jnnurtrj- 3It A. February Xntl.
u
99
0r, Bunthorne's Bride
JTHtlietic Opera by W. H. Ullbert
nnd Arthur Mnllivnu.
Complete with Pull Chorus
and Orchestra.
Doort Opon at 7 :30-m-Commenco at 8
nilCUS an USUAL.
Box office for Thursday evening will
open at J E. brown Si Co.'a on Wedncs.
day, Jan. SOlli, At 9 A. Jr.
BSThc number of tickets
one purchaser, is limited to ten.
for any
3ST ooks of Words of tho Opnrn will
be hold in the I'lu-airc atlOcenU cony.
103 td
The First Operatic Concert
Of tho above Company will take
plucn iu the
Hawaiian Opera House
Thursday, Feb. 7th,
AT 8 O'CLOCK P. JI.
Klototv'H Cliqrmluic Ojiorn In Four
"MART PI A,"
Or, The Mart of Richmond.
IN FULL COSTUMES !
t3T Between cirli Act, Piano Uccilnl
by M. i)llcrt,anil Viollu Solo hy llcrr
Theodore t'chraitlt.
3gr Season
follOVVH!
Tickets of G night', as
7.m. o.oo .i oo
Nov,- on sale at tho otllce of J. V..
& Co,, 28 Morcltuut Htreel.
Ilrwn
1 .7 iu
TO lAiT
SlX-ltOOM Cottasu on
Liiiina nl reel, onnoMtu
Kminn i-qu.ue. Apiil to
J. M. VIVAS,
42 .Miiivliint etna
naif
FOK SALI2 or L1SAS13
A
COTTAGE l.ili-ly ocon.
nU-il by Mr. unuy Or.
ili'iislein, i-ittniiti on Kiiimu
ttiucl, between tli'i niaiivions of linn.
('. It. Bishop, JinncB I'ainpbfll and H. It
Dole, near Kininii S(titru. No piano
uaniu'i, imiltut, no turo patches, Only
u fuw inlnutcH walk to ins new situ for
Uio Central Union Church, No trarawuy
cars wauled, Apply 10
K. S. CUNHA,
MB if Union nalimn,
THE WEEKLY
BULLETIN
1 :.Scoliiiii4,, iiureli louiil inait' r
Malkd
tj forulu couutrica, $Q per
annum,
GreatTraineftAnima
uaipDuIlo Opera Go
LH-i"tLmuiimMj'mJ.
" TEBflDI C
OF
COJRNEB HOTEL &
RECEIVED BY LAST STEAMER
-A LA1K1E
Eastern French Kid Shoes
For Ladies', Misses' & Children.
at flu Lowest BeM Prices
Genuine Diamond Dye
Warranted Fast.
fjT PRICES LOWEU THAN ELSEWHERE
Boys Fine Jersey Suits at $3.50 !
Boys Waists, Wew Assortment !
Ladies Knitted Underwear,
AT A GREAT
S. EHELIGH,
Dec-l-88
THIS SPACE
-FOK
Wtitch for the elaborate announcement oi" New
Goods coming.
HOLLISTER & CO,
101) FOIIT NTKKKT. HONOLULU.
-IMI'OHIKIIS
American & European Drugs & Chemicals,
XMioLojjrrupIiio 3IlitorlnlH,
Perfumery and
Agents for P. I.orilhuil tfc Co.'h
Tobacco and Cigarettes.
Aerated Water Works 73 Hotel Street.
inch-21-87
NOTICE.
I IS EG lcavit to Inform my ftlinJf) anil
pull, ma, thai I inlcnil luaving tint
k!ii;it,m I'U the Dili K1 riniry, m ho
alm-iil mull Oculi r, nil t thai 1 will
cloao my oillcu mi i lit 8ih of February.
M. i:. GllOftSMAN, Dentist.
Ill 1 ui No, D8 Until, M.
English and German
SCHOOL.
ir
1S1 ltml'T! ling niirniil n kilift
lli, 12mrlWh anil Get man .School (or
youiiK chlliliun, nlio will uUu j;lvu ln
ktiueilon In Oct man ami Fieneh, in
olusses, or In intuitu lupous, Jtusl
iluncu on .ho Kiut side- of ilnUlkl biieet
onposliu thu Uatubull Qroniuli,
i a Hiiiiiliw nirfillilllWti IMft
FASHION
FORT STREETS.
LINE OP-
Ladies Black Hose !
gflT Superior Quality.
REDUCTION-
Corner Hotel & Fort StreetH.
IS RESERVED
THE-
JLAJJBi
-o-
i DKAI.KIIH IN-
Toilet Articles
!
Tobaccoa, it W. 8. Kimball &
Co.'h
GEO. A. AMSDEN,
Piano and Organ Tuner and Repairer.
Order left at Huwuliun Ncwu Co.'h
Sloru promptly atiemletl to. lloth Tel.
p ones No. ll'O, IBt lw
Miss S. R. Patch,
-OK-
Kawalabao Female Seminary,
Toaclmr of Voice k Piano,
U prepared to rt'celvu ptip,
Infers, hy permission to lunllug pro
femora of miulo a California, r,ml to
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