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THE DAILY BULLETIN, APRIL in, 1895.
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The Anchor S-doon is tlin only
place whoro Buck boor can bo had
Tho Government band will qivo
its usual Monday evening concert, at
Two forfnit tiros and four fines for
druiiltouuess were recorded in tho
District Court to tiny,
Residents of Palauia, m well a
thoso of Punchbowl slope, have
been badly olT for water for a week
Judge Cooper of tho Circuit
Court and Henry Smith, chief clerk
of tho Judiciary department, aro
both ill of tho grip.
A black Newfoundland pup with
out tid hi bdoii hut run a resi
dence on King street. Finder will
please return to this ofil-o.
George 1$. Juno, brother of P. C.
Jone, arrived from Ilostoti by tho
Arawa. lie visited Honolulu a 'w
yearn ago, whuu ho made many
J. William, not the photographer,
pleaded guilty to usiiiK profuno nml
vulgar langu igo on the public street
and was sentenced by JuJgo Perry
o pay a lino of S3.
Sohwanek, tho humboat man, had
to pony up ?." lliin morning. 'Ho
practiced his "dukes" on a Whim
man and pleaded guilty to as ult
and baltory iu tho District Court.
Arthur Fitzgerald has been clear
ed again. It will bo remembered ho
was arrested for tho theft of $75,
tho property of a collector. No on- (
dunce could bo secured against him I
and tho caso was dropped.
The T.iimift hatebill season will '
not open until a week from Sat u r- !
dav next, when tho Kamehamohas ,
and Stars will open the bill. The ,
Stars' battery aro expected on the
6. S. Warrimoo on the 21th inst.
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Unitod Carriage Company's Btand, .
besides bavinir superior hacks al
ways ready at the call of "290," fur
nishes tine livery outfits at tho short
est notice good horses and uico car
riages, from buggy to wagonette.
O. R. Harrison, practical pmuo
and organ maker and tuner, can fur
nish best factory references. Orders
left at Hawaiiau News Co. will re
ceive prompt attention. All worfc
guaranUxxl to be the ame a done
Sorao timo ago a Chiuese girl liv
ing iu Fowlei's yard was reported
to be suffering great agony from tho
bandaging of her feet. Now the
doalh of tho child is reported from
lockjaw, tho rseult of the barbarous
If you want your watch repaired.
If you waut jewelry made up neatly.
If you waut souvenir spoons, or any
thing in the jewelry line. H. G.
Biart, at O. Gertz'a store, Fort street,
fa frrwi,. mnti VT.i tutu fur If.n runra
the practical watohruaker for Weu-
nor & Co.
Tho annual meeting of the second
congregation of St. Andrew's Cathe
dral will tako placo this (Mondav)
evening iu tho schoolroom at half
past sevou o'clock, for tho purposo
of electing tho o Ulcers for the en
suing year, and other important
business. A full attendauco of tho
male members is requosted.
If you want to buy a really good
clock or watch at Coast prices in
spect tho stock of Brown St Kubey,
at No. 4, Maouio Temple; there you
will find the largest variety in Ho
nolulu at tho lowest prices; clocks
and watches sold on weekly and
monthly payments. Brown & Kubey
make a specialty of rubber stamps.
A special was dispatched to Maka
puu Point on horseback on Satur
day forenoon. He roturned in the
afternoon and reported, "There's
nothinLr iu it." A report had been
received that there was something
mysterious going on out there. Sev
eral sails had been seen off the coast.
It turned out to be a lot of fishing
Elisa Claessetis, a bride of three
weeks, was eoutenced to forty-eight
hourh' imprisonment at hard labor
on Saturday by District Magistrate
Perry for dosertion. Elisa, who is a
German girl about sixtoeu years of
age, gave damagiug evidence against
a mil tary captaiu and a hack driver.
She has contented to return to her
Interesting Manuevera to Do Per
formed on tho March.
Tho U. S cruisor Philadelphia's
battalhn will bo lauded at 8 o'clock
to-morrow morning for drill. On
tho inarch to tho baseball groundi,
where the drill is to take place, tho
command will bo exeicised iu riot
drill. Keturuiug, about 10:110 o'clock,
tho battalion will icalo tho ovou
foot wall Biiriomuliug Kawniahao
HOME RAISED OYSTKRS.
John P. Colburn Solvos the Problem
and Starto a New Industry. !
Ill October. 1803, one of a party of
mii-atn. of .fnhti F. Oiilhnrn. at hi
I Pearl Harbor residence, expressed
' the opinion that the water of hi
spacious fih pond there wa jut
about what would bo agreeable to
oyster. Air. Colburn a very
prompt in considering tho Miggoi
, tion, for iu tho ft Homing month an
order for oyters to plant in hi
piuid went forward to. San Franci-co
1 through Hi" Oi-oanhf Steamlnp
Uompiny. Tlio first lotconitedif
1500 California grown oyMcrs. It
appears that none of this lot lived.
, Luor, through tho agency of M. H.
Morauhin. the "ojsu r king of Cali
fornia," Mr Colburn procured 800
tratioplaiiied Eistern uMnr. The-o
pmved to take more kiudly to the
' pearl water, for at leat -100 of
1 them have lived and thrived. They
liaui in many cruel also yielded
spawn, of wlneh there is ocular evi
dence in the b-il. Tim old oy-ters
j have grown and f ittoned iu a way to
, gratify tho enterprising cullori-t,
ho that some of them may now bo
pronounced giants. A Bulletin rep
regulative, who was treated to one
of them, can testify that the ll-ivor
is equal to that of tho best Enteru
ostoi when taken fresh from the
water. It is well known that long
i contact with ice robs both fish ami
flesh of a great part of its natural
flavor. Tho younger oysters iu Mr.
ColburnV preset ves, say of a year's
growth since coming from S tu Fran
cisco, aro also of a remarkably tooth
For some timo past Mr. Colburn
has beou adding to tho dumb dent.
! zeus of his pond by every trip of the
steamer Australia, until i
steamer Australia, until now he has
about 20,000 oysters planted. Ho
has discovered that the limu moss
that abounds in our shoal and '
uraciiisn water is a looa mat the Kaoni, J. u. Kawatniit, T. It. Mos
oystors feed on with avidity. At . tnau, A. Bishaw, A. Morris, M. P. lis-
low water tuey can bo seen with '
opoa mouths absorbinir tho uourish-,
mont Irom tuis Uelicate marine
growth. If you pick one up it im-
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uau.aluly closes its trap. Mr. Col
buru has been constantly studying
the habits of tho bivalve since ho
has gone into its culture, so that tho
proportion of loses in those im-1
porieu will uouutlo-slr show a I
steady diminution. There is also ,
every reason to expect that iu timo
the spawn Iroui the colony will
largely if not altogether obviate the
neci-ssitv of importunr oysters lor I
i either fattening or bro-Mliug.
Mr. Ooluiiru oulorpriie has pro-
gressed so far that he intends to b )
I yju bupplving tho local market next
moutli. wiitie uo will nave some
growing aud fattening all the while,
tlie oysters as lie receives tliem from
tho Coast are of good inarketable , child of tho old man.
size., Mr Colburn has already by , Tlli8 jH not thl, firAt tltuo Atalo has
special favor supplied his Pearl City i,ut,n imprisoned for using threaten
frieuds with oysters for particular ,. lu,a. Some time ago ho
ocraMOiiH, and tho recipients have , c,n.0d children about tho M reels
uuqualitieUly prououueed the quality
J bo ; equal to the very beM that can
bo obtained at the mo-t favored
homo of tho oyster abroad. When
he is ready to send tho oysters to
market no will bavo an agency iu
town to receive aud fill orders, of
which due notice will be giveu.
For tho success that now seems to
bo assured iu this undertaking, Mr.
Colburu gives a goodly share of
credit to the care with which his
orders have been attended to by Mr.
Moraghati, previously referred to,
an well as the technical advice giveu
to him by that gout Ionian. In an
illustrated account of Mr. Mora
ghan aud hii oyster fishery and diu-lug-phce,
tho rfan Francisco Wap
has tho following: 'Tho oyster bods
do uot grow of their owu volition.
They are as carefully cultivated as
so many wheat fields, orchards or
vineyards. Mr. Moraghati dolightx
iu extending open-handed hospital
ity to his hosts of frieiidn, aud when
the merry summor breezes blow
auspiciously, schooner loads of ex
cursionists aro wafted by invitation
and free of expense to his regal pos
sessions up the bay, whore they least
like lords ou the choicest selections
from tho oyster preserves."
This characteristic of "tho oyster
king of California," that of being
uiven to hospitality, belougs also to
the roau who has earned the title of
tho "oyster pioneer of Hawaii." Mr.
Colburu, iu his semi animal sojourns
at his Pearl City residence, is most
proline iu hospitality to his frieuds.
From his hunting and fishing pro
serves, tu which now aro added
oyster beds, ho spreads a board that
would make a gourmand orpsi ttio
ocean to enjoy its delicacies, not
least of whicli aro ohowdoM of the
luscious clams indigenous to Poarl
Lttely, as newspaper roadors will
recall, some thousands of oysters
were planted under tho auspices of
tho Government in Pearl harbor.
They were thrown into comparative
ly deep water, without regard to tho
i nature of the bottom, and if they
thrive without any more attention,
thou thojo wnterH will cortaiuly be
entitled to bo declared a natural
homo of tho oyster, as tho ancient
deposits of shells on tho bank would
seem to iudicate as once having
been the case. Mr Coll urn ha
millions of mullet iu his fish ponds,
lint, a largo proportion of tho stock
being young, ho is not fishing for
market at prefont. Ho is nlo culti
vating carp w.th expectation of
good returns iu the future. The
ponds aro inot carefully attended
to, tho wall bei'jg kep iu thorough
rep.i'r and new one built as re
qured, and the growth of grass and
wto.ls rigorously repressed.
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CIUCU1T COURT TERM.
List of Thoso V. ho Vill Sorvo as
Tho following is tho jury panel
for tho coming term of the Circuit
Court opening on Monda), May G:
Jnme MeLaii, J. M Trace, O. J.
McCarthy, S Sividge, S B Hose, C.
M. Cook", S. I.oiiion, Vj A. Mo
Inerny. C. A. Drown, N. P. Jneoh
Pn, W. D. Alexander, Jr.. W. II.
lloog. G. P. Cii-tle. J. A. Lvle, Jr.,
J. J L-ekor, ( W. Gray, B.'F. Dil
linghatn, H. F Wichman, J. Kid
well, Benj Wliituey, J. S. McCatid
less, T. M. Starliey, S. F. Graham,
F. W Thrum, C L Drown, J. Lucas,
James Torbert, W. W. Hall. 10 Ban
ner, G. P. Huston, F. T. P. Water
house, Thomas Wrifht, S. Itoth, C.
Bjsso, C. V. E. Dove, T. S. Douglass.
W. Chung I loon, J. Kuhia, J.
Crowell, J. Paauiaui, A K. Kunui
akoa, C. P. Kauakantii, J. Nalua, Hi-
I ram Kaaha, H. Kolomoku. Wtn.
Mc Guru, Putor Souza, C. D.D wight,
James L. Holt, Jr.. J. S. Kawowehi,
J. W. Akana, W. K. Waiauiati, John
I Baker, A. Kekai, Johu Wallace, C.
I L. Hopkins, D. L. Koliipio. J. Kauao-
i aloha. Achi K. Akau. M. Koliiaa. C.
A. Long, H. E. Cooke, J. Kapali, J,
binson, H. Kahalewat, J.N. Joseph,
J. W. Maholona.
DEMENTED OLD NATIVE.
Annoys an Adopted Daughter
and la Arrested.
An ohlnrlv nativo named Alalo
n,,.,i,i ti,u .iruu. n.:. ..,,.:..,.
,reMed iu a long black coat, high
lieaver i)Bt a)(i w,,:,0 .,. He
....a ,io,.nri.l wi, ii i...i .
ww.jc 0,(, Th mau appare,,,),. ,va9
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fiteored clear of him. Alalo ontored I
a nativ moman's house uptown and
I , Joati,
accused tier ot trying to pray bun
His attittulo was ro
threatening that a mounted patrol
man was catieU anil Mile was hand-
fill ntTwi lhik tlllllli ii Mil nflnrifiifl
witu acane Dr. Cooper msdo au
examination of his condition this
afternoon aud it is likely ho will be
committed to tlie Insane Asylum
lor sale Keeping.
The dredger begau work deepen
ing tho harbor near tho Oceanic
wharf this morning.
ON SATUItDAY AKrnilNOON THE
Hill lust., ft Hfiiull 1'iuorti nl Kiiui-v
wo-k Iihvick ft Unit Tlilnihln win In,
nm k il "M. A. K." Kinder iih-o r turn
to tu Huluutin ofllce ami iccdvo ruwarJ.
HOUSE FOR SALS.
I KJHT HAY
J J nu llo'hu,
h1zi1 unit bhuwy itiiiinitl,
(or Kilu. Also u f,uoU
AlllS. 0. W. ASIlKOItli,
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