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lrt pay alien nrilered In, fir inr WAf alll I raWn lit
Idem 'the rales df (hereec ere glsen In the ilwi
wale, and remittances f.ir l-astern American adeeills.
menu, rir iiiWrtprinne mtr t made tiy hank. Mile,
coin or pwul root!? onlcre.
JANUARY iy, iMj
Vitr-tillnn .Vnre, II,
I trust I may lc uinlnnrcl If llili letter In)
tevotnl to mnttcr mote In l-ecplnu with llir
season, mill ntltrr lurnl n fT.i I r anil rvenla In
svlilcli you Islamlrrinrc iriorenr Icsslnlcrcilcil,
ratlicr tlian In nairillni; my tr.ivcti In tliclr
rmlcr of ciiienc". My note ImoV will cnalile
tne tu furnish tiiccrttitc conttlliutlnnt on my
rctut n, liut Clnlslmas event tif IliU iolmily
In )dii, pulilitlinl III March, would lie ilc
nmincril n Male notrt Imlccil.
Cluhlnmi ami ttic week picccillni; It w at a
tilny time, not cmly In IliU city I ml tliroiip.liniit
tlie itnte. Hie lioldlay trade naturally nurfcrcil,
miny tlealcri rrporllnc trmlc ht kIioiI ul em
pccMllotn anil conililculily liehlml tliat of
former yean for which the central tlullneii
wo alto rctpnnillilc. Keverthelcu, a the
eventful ilay drew nlh, the throni.' i)f eaer
helaicil huyert remlcrctl many a more a per
fect llsbcl. TliJa wsi epcclally notlceahle on
the 34th, when a brief gleam of nooncUy uni
thine through a rift In the clomls teemed to
tiring all Sin t'rancltco nut of doom. Store
diiplayi of holiday attraction were not up to
former elfotK notlceahle at thlt teavm of the
year, much pace Irein (jlven up to the
arrangement of CluUtma and New Vcar't
eard In their multiplicity of effect, I0c.1l
desfgni finding anmng them a connilciioui
place. Tlil lead your cnrreipondcnt to the
belief that something acceptable milit be
done at the Ithndt fur the encouriccmcnt of
home talent and Industry, especially In
nienicntm or aouvcnlri of Uland scenct, ai
tuch have an additional charm from their
novelty to friend abroad.
A visit to the post-office and Wells, I'arRO
& Cu.' cuprcsi offirc showed a busy iceiic as
Christmai approached. Santa Claus had
called to his aid these two great Instruments
of ililTuslon, and the wagons arriving and
departing kept n force as laiie as could woik
Intelligently aorling and rorwarding precious
tokciii for the cheer of many hcirts. Nor
were the transfer companies idle. ICvcry
means waiemplotcd for the prompt delivery
of the scainn'a gifts. Iiut witli the eventful
day came a sudden ccsvition of trade, so much
to that one establishment cut off 150 from its
roll of cIciKt and messengers on Christmas
Eve business homes generally curtailing ex
penses in various ways to enable llicm to item
the tide of trade depression.
A very pretty custom noticeable here is the
decoration of homes and even places of busi
ncss with green wreaths and branches. In
the place of holly, wiih itt bright red berries,
the district of St.' Helena sends to market tons
of toyon or ''choke cherry" berries (hctero
mcles arbutifolia), with which to brighten the
green wreaths, tutpended in the windows
principally. I hese ilccnrationt are made up
mostly of cedar and redwood and, occasionally,
ferns, and I could not but think how our
twcct-tccnted maile would be prircd here for
tuch uses, did they but know its fragrance
provided they could get it. The trade in
Ctuiitmas trees I should mention it quite a
business In itself, cedar being the most lastinp
but redwood the prettiest. Kir and Norway
spruce is alto largely used. The Episcopal
and Roman Catholic churches decorated for
the day, at did some others for the Christmas
services of the following Sunday, but lack of
flowers rendered the same dull and heaiy a
turpriiing circumstance here. 1'raise services
were conducted in several churches, that of
Doctor Dirrows' being especially fine, the
principal pieces by the choir, assisted by a
large chorus, being "Adette Fideles,"
arranged by Nnvello ; " O West Redeemer,"
(lor female voices, piano and organ), by
Marchettl ; "Jesus of Natarcth," (for baritone
aolo, chorus, piano and organ), by Gounod ;
"It Came Upon ihe Midnight Clear," by
Warren) " The Christmas Hymn," (cantiquc
dc nocl), for soprano solo, semi-chorus, piano
and organ, by Adam ; and Mocart't " Gloria
in Eacelsit." These, with hymns for congre
gational tinging to the familiar soul-stirring
tunes of Duke Street, Antioch and Arlington,
gave, together with the brief tcrnion, a service
long to be remembered. Sunday Schools
throughout the city have been stringing along
their Christmas tree gatherings and festivals
for a full week. At the Y. M. C. A. hall was
recently rendered a Christmas cantata, wherein
Santa Claut wat represented as a family man
who brought his wife and children to hit aid
In the distribution of presents tu hit " many,
many little boys and gills on earth." In point
of merit it fails to equal the " Flower Queen "
cantata, with which many of your readers are
The weather of late has been quite cold,
especially since the rains have ceased, the
temerature in this city being 40 at noon for
several days past, and reminded old stagers of
a similar condition of weather that preceded
the snowtorm in this city of three years ago
this very day. Hence some are looking lor a
The principal event of public interest since
last steamer's mail Ii the decision in the cele
brated Khaion-Ilill case, in which the plaintiff
obtaint a decision much against the wish and
ntcreslt of the defendant, as Judge Sullivan
deems them to be man and wife. The case
will be appealed, and already numerous cases
fur the lawyers ate growing out of it.
The Dc Young-Spreckelt case was called up
on the 27th instant, both panics being present,
but on motion of counsel for the defence it
wat postponed till the Sth proximo.
Treaty matters still hang in the brails ami
opposition threatens from the fact of the new
treaty being a renewal of the old draft, as
tome numbers, of the house statu that there
should be several modifications necessitating
the drawing up of a new one entirely. Consul
Severance here hat been active In the pro
, lection of our interests, at utua), and a (H'tilion
largely 'igncd by thip-ownert ami builders,
merchant! and shippers Ins liecn forwarded to
Snatv( Milltr praying for itt renewal. This
it check to the pcwtctt referred to In my
former communication. Late advices Hate
that action wi' first come up on the Spanish.
treaty, and in (ale will decide the others. I
doubt an I share with many the fear that ourt
MM aaatt i death-blow In this way, whereat
1 it might be patwJ with. coatUtrably
With the orx-nlnu; year a new administration
will come Into tifli e In this rily, and ni"-li
good Is promised In the change from Demo
(tic lo Republican rule, and In nothing is
tills looked for with o tirtal a feeling of relief
at In the Ixrtid of education, from the late
Ixiard't Jetiilstlc learnings. The California
Slate Teacher Cnnrentlvn It now In session
ami lastt three dayt, but as a laaityof atten
dance! It niisetved nn the part of the city
leather! ptlinlpallr, a motion prevailed in the
lioard at Iti meeting latl evening, making It
tonimUory nn teachers to atlttut the schoo'
hittililtr. This method, If adopted In Mono
lulu, would probably help to bring more
logrihcr for the consideration nf view looking
to the best methods tif working fur I lie best
irsulli in educational mailers.
In nimncmcntt the season It tald to have
iieeri eaccedliigly dull fur the holidays till the
advent this week of the AhtiMI Itnglldi Opera
Troupe at the llaldwln, where a rhange each
night runlliiuet In charm laige, ilchi'.hlcil ami
fashionable nwllriicrt. Matinees arc fllvo given
on Wednesday and Saturday afternoons, The
Madlvm Square eninpmy ireently ran "The
Private Secretary" at the ll.tldwin, and its
rare drollery and rich humor and absurdity
kept Itt audiences In continuous merriment
from beginning to end. Mr. fiedge (lieorge
Ovhorne), brother of an ettlmahlc lady now nf
Honolulu, rarricd through one nf the prlnrlpsl
putt and shows himself tu be a painstaking
student of character that promises In taki
front rank at no very distant day, " Prince
of the Notlh i'ute," a scunlc opera at tlu
Tivnti, it tild tu be doing well, as Is alio the
three minstrel rompanlet, Kmersnn having re
rently opened at the California. Men Cotlon,
whom tome of your readers will remember ni
being In the front ranks of inlnstreliy lien
twenty years ago as the " Inimitable Hen,"
appear again In this city next week. The
Opera llcmte, on Mission Street, notwith
standing III low prices, falls to draw paying
The packcti from the islands have been
doing a rushing business this past week in
trying In beat lime. On Sunday, December
38th, the City of Sydney arrived In seven days
from Honolulu and twenty-four from Sydney.
The same day the I'mma Claudlna arrived
from illlo In nine days and twenty hours, the
best mi record from that port I and the
Rmario, from K-ihului, and Consuelo, from
Honolulu, both report ten days passage.
The tug Unt Alert, now In use In this ort,
will goto Honolulu as loon at the new one,
now in course of construction for IheSpreckcb
Ilrothcrs at llenecia, is completed. The I'eh
then can devote her time to waltilng with the
mud tcows around your harbor, and perhaps
the towage business of Honolulu will be con
ducted with better satisfaction to all concerned.
More anon. T. G. T.
San Francisco, December Jt, t8S.
Aortic Hrcfint Lntitlm .Veiea.
For the benefit ol other-Island readers arc
printed the following election and installation
not ires t
December Itt, Hawaiian Lodge No 21, F,
Si A. Mi, elected and appointed the following
officcr'si Robert More, W. M.j J. II. IJovd,
S. W.jT. Hughes, J. W.) W. Johnson, sec
retary) Malcolm llrown, treasurer; John
Phillips, S. D.j Eugene llrown, J, D.) V. C.
P.uke, marshal J. C. White, tyler.
December 5th, Polynesian encampment
No t, I. O. O. V., elected the following
officers 1 James Simmons, C. P.'; L. C.
Able, S. ; W. P. Crooks, II. P.; C. J.
Fithel, J. Wj;' Malcolm llrown, tcribe; J. J.
Leckcr, treasurer. Oil Friday evening, tht
2ii(l instant. District Deputy Grand Sire Laine
inMallcd the obove officers.
On December gth, George V. De Long
Pmt, No. 45, G. A. R-r elected the following
officers 1 Samuel Noll, P. C. ; N. It. Finer
;on. S. V. C; W. R. Lawrence, J. V. C.) R.
J. Greene, Q. M.; J. S. McGrew, surgeon; S.
McKeaguc, chaplain) C. II. Fox. O. I).r J.
F. Noble, O. O.t Dr. M. llagan and J. S,
Simonson, rcpre-icntalives; V. F. Williams
and L. Adlcr, alternates.
On December 12th, the Myrtle Hull Club
elected the following officers: W. I). Mc
llridc, P.; C. A. llrown, V. P.; W. F. Love,
secretary; A. Robertson, treasurer; J. L. Tor
bert, captain; C. A. Brown, L. A. Jones and
C. II. Purdy, trustees.
December 27th, Hawaiian Council, No.
6S9, A. L. II., elected the following officers t
C. A. Drown, C.) R. W. Laine, P. C.
W. A. Hopper, V. C.) A. O. Forbes, O.;
J, A. Palmer, secretary; E. W. Peterson, col
lector; Charles liustace, treasurer; J. D.
Alexander, chaplain; Max Eckart, guide ; J.
December 27th, Lodge Le Progress de
I'Oceanie, F. & A. M., installed the follow
ing officers i J. A. Spear, W. M.) W. Davis,
S. W.) James Dodd, J. W.; J. Simmons, sec
retary; P. Opfergett, treasurer; J. O. Dominis,
orator; P. O. Sullivan, S. D.; L. Toussant, J.
D.; N. Clifford, tyler.
December 29th, Harmony Lodge, No. 3,
I. O. O. F., elected the following officers:
G. V. Carstciu, N. G,; R. II. Graham, V.
G.iJ. A. Palmer, secretary; L. C. Abies,
treasurer. On the 5th Instant, Uiother R. W.
Laine, I). D. G. S., installed the above
December 31st, Oahu Lodge, K. of P.,
elected the following officers 1 T. R. Lucas,
C. C; C. J. McCarthy, V. C; C. V. Hart,
P.; George Williamt, K. ofR. & S.s J. F.
Noble, M. of F.) Thomas Sorrenson, M. of
E.; O.car Branch, M. at A.; David Dayton,
George Lucat and Henry Smith, trustees,
On the Sth instant, the following officers
were elected in Honolulu Commandery No. I,
Knightt Templart II. J. Nolle, E. C.
David Dayton, generalises ; Benjamin Whit
ney, C, J.) Gideon West, prelate J. F.
Howler, S. V.; F. J. Illggins, J. W.j J. S.
Walker, treasurer; J, II. Peterson, recorder;
James Dodd, standard bearer; W, U. Davcy,
S. II.; Max Eckhart, warder.
On the; 8th Instant, the following were in
stalled officers of Mystic Lodge, No. 2, K. of
l't W. G. Ashley, P. C.J M. Grossman, C.
C.;T. K. Myert, V. C; F. N. Ecklcy, M.
F. J. E. Wiseman, K. of R. 4S.j J. A.
rainier, M. of A. E.; G. II. Fassctt, prelate;
C. K. Miller, Master of Arms ; J. A. Mehr
lent, O. G.) A. Goltcnbcrg, J, G.
January 13th, the following officer of
George W, De I.ong Post, No. 45, G. A. R.,
were Installed by Past Post Commander R.
W. Laine, M. O.) Samuel Noll, P. C; (re
elected)) Dr, N. Ik E ncrson, S. V. Cx V. R.
Lawrence, J. Y.'C.iJ. T. Noble, adjutant ; R.
Jay GrcenCiquaitcrnusicr, (re-elected); Dr.John
S. McGrew, turgeon j Samuel McKeaguc,
chaplain ; W, E, Williams, 0.0.(0. II. Fox,
On the 13th instant, the following were
elected officers of the Honolulu Yacht and
Ileal Club for the ensuing year t Judge R. F,
llickciton, commodores C. D. Wilson, vice
commodore; S. I). Dole, captain) W. M,
Gilhrd, secretary; H. M. Whitney, Jr.,
treasurer Mcsts Frank Drown, Mark Robin
ton, W, L. Wilcoa, J. Stevens and K. Whit
ney, executive committee.
In antwer to a request the following list of
officers of the W oman t Christian Temperance
Union of Hawaii, organitnl by Mrs. Leavilt,
is republished t Mrs. J, M. Whitney, presi
dent) Mrt. J. A. Cnuan, Mrs. George Wal
lace and Mrs, E. C. Oggcl, vice presidents j
Mrs. J, Greene, iccoraiiig secretary) Mr. E.
W, Jordan, corresponding secretary aad Mr.
C. M'iijdc, Utuum.
Tuesday the fitli, the King si Ktola, lar
c-ny, remanded, N. Iloli tt al, v koakanl,
covenant and cause, verdict for defendant $500.
Wednesday the ;th, Henry Turlon vt Ka
pen, submission mi appeal of facts) Judgment
for defendant. King vt Frank Muller, per
jury, gul ty, J months Imprisonment. King vt
Joe Mlgul, larceny, guilty, $lti fine and J
ycart at Inrd labor. King vt Ah rrm, burg
lary, guilty, 1 15, and year bard labor, M. H
(irinbium A Co. v Sun Wo, atumnln, d'
fendant pays damnge.
Thursday January Hlh, The King vt Wong
Kau, counterfeiting, guilty,
Friday tliculli In re H, K, Mahoe district
of Walalua, complaint for malpractice. The
defendant! plra that hcltnolnngrr district Judge
Is held good. In ir J, W, Keluknt and J, II.
Il.iinl.iti.t, complaint for malpractice sub
mitted. In re II. N. Kahulu, district Judge
ol Ul, ruiiiitinl of malpractice, continued
Monday the 12th, Wong Kmi sentenced In
Imprisonment fur one year at hard labor, Akl
una pleaded " not guilty" In a charge of per
jury, A ury brought In a verdict of assail t
against II. I'. Rlilng and D. Hantry, chaiged
with an assault with ilangerout cixn. In
Die King vs l-e fjual, the appeal was ills
misted, Chang Chen and r Qual were
found guilty nf assault and battery.
Tuesday the tjth, The King vs, C. II.
ricrney, kidnapping, the charge wat re
luced to fitie Imprisonment and the de
fendant found guilty.
An important case was Irled before the chief
justice last Tueiday that of Rex vt C. II.
I'lerney for "False Inprlsonmenl," The
Original cbrre had been "Kidnapping," but
that chirge was reduced to the one for which
die captain was tried as it was believed that
die ends of justice might Just at surely be met
iiy a verdict on the modified charge. Thai
crdlct wat obtained upon the testimony ol
ileword Millet and various membert of the
The testimony of the various witness was
substantially to the following eff.-ct. That
-vhile cruising In the south seas In search of
alxir the recruiting tailors brought (at the
ne time tpeclfied) men on Imard who could
not understand English or the language of any
me mi board the Hazard) that ihese men were
orought on board by force and detained by
The prosecution held that although Captain
ricrney was, in his unfortunate position, en
itled to all sympathy yet his Impottaiil trust
is captain of the ship and head of the expedi-
Ion demanded of him tuch vigilant exercise of
lit duty that kidnapping, false Imprisonment
ir unlawful detention would be Impossible.
The defense held that Hawaiian courts could
lave no jurivlictlon of an alleged offense coin
titled not in Hawaiian waters.
In effect, Captain Tierney unified in his
iwn behalf that he fully intended to return
the three men who were wrongfully inprisoned,
when he found they revv wrongfully inpris
incd, but It was impracticable. He would
.live lift them at Jaluit had they cared to stay,
ir if he could have understood from them that
diey cared lo stay.
The chief justice instructed the jury that
die full bench had decided that the court had
jurisdiction in the use, that there was nn
luubt about the Hazard being an Hawaiian
thip ; and that the point for them to consider
aras whether the evidence showed that
Captain Tierney had cither witnessed or been
in a Kition tu know about the upsetting of the
islanders' canoe, the capture of the natives,
and their unlawful detention. If the evidence
howed be did know these things, or if, know
ing them, he failed to use every effort in his
power to remedy them ; if, in effect, his action
was a reckless disregard of the islanders' rights,
ihe verdict must be guilty.
The jury retired and on re-appearing found
a verdict of guilty three dissenting.
Judge Judd placed the fine at $2oa.
In common with the community generally,
the Press" is sorry for Captain Tierney. Ilul
glad that Ihe vcidict and sentence promise lo
mike all our future labor transactions with
the islanders of South Seas thoroughly above
N. II. In connection with the Tierney trial
the subject of South Sea laborers naturally as
sumes importance or at least awakens interest.
Information has been brought to this office
which information hat not yet been verified
to the eff.-ct that many New Hebrides laborers,
whoe contracts expired teveral months ago,
are anxiously awaiting transportation home.
Particulars anon. In the meanwhile the at
tention of the board of immigration it respect
full called to the above statement which the
writer would be glad to tee disproved, but
which he has reason to fear is too true.
Tne KIM17 r. It. A, llrUlgct.
Last Wednesday morning, in the Supreme
Court, Chief Justice Judd, presiding, the fol
lowing jury wat drawn for the trial of II. A.
llridget, charged with manslaughter in killing
Leonard R. Pattern, on the 1 2th of November,
William Lishman, A. D. Bolster, N. H.
Burgess, John L. Bushee, L. C. Abies, J. W.
Ilingley, E. F. Cunha, W. II. itatrd, T. J.
King, William Clark, J. F. Carpenter, and
G. J. McCarthy.
Attorney-General Neumann and D:puty-Attorney-General
Whiting appeared for the
crown, and the prisoner was defended by
Metsrs. W. R. Castle and Jonathan Austin.
The first witness called was Dr. Robert Mc
Kibbin, who testified that he and Dr. N. B.
Emerson had made a post mortem examination
of Fallen's body on Ihe morning following the
shooting and that death resulted from a pistol
shot, the bullet entering the body itf inches
above the navel, levering the exlernal iliac
artery. The other organs of the body exam
ined were found healthy.
Dr. Emerson't evidence corroborated that
of Doctor McKibbin.
Dcpuly-Mirshal Dayton testified that he had
received the bullet taken from the body of the
deceased Patten, and Indentified the one shown
him at the one lie had had In his potscssion
linct the autopsy.
Mr. Jamet F. Noble testified that at the
time of Ihe shooting he wat ttanding in front
of Williams' photi graphic store. His atten
tion wat first directed to Ihe two men by loud
conversation, import of which he could not dis
tinguish. The twu men had hold ol each
other as if about to engage In a wrestling
bout or a rough and tumble fight. He saw a
stick apparently a portion of a broom stick
about three feet lung raised by Patten above
Bridget head ; but did not tee Bridges tttuck
by it. After Ihe first thot h tiegan to run
across the street, and reached Patten's tide
after the second shot had been fired. He took
hold of Patten and walked him a short dis.
tancc lo Lycan Co. wore, when Patten's
lace assumed a pallor, which he noticed. Fad
ing thai Patten was becoming weak, he asked
another person to help him with the man to
the drug ttore. Here witnett wat shown a
part of a small, round stick, which he indenti
fied at similar to one which he had found on
Ihe sidewalk. In ibe vicinity of the shooting.
Mr. J. J. Williamt testified to the shooting,
without substantial disagreement from the
Mr W M (nlton witnessed I'alten run,
out nf J Ti Walerhouve'a, Nn, 10 tlore and
II lite Bridge mice with Hick
Mr. J. I'. Hayi'lden't attention wat called
to the Druggie lniwcn Patten and llrldiret by
Mr. Gibson, He taw both thott fired, At
Ihe lime ihe thot wat fire I (he two were fc
lo face. 'I here was then a change In their
position, fatten did not rncve lilt feet, but
ttirntd hit body round, lie taw the man
who fired run up ihe ttieel.
Mr. II. Atmltage w Ihe a flair after Ihe first
thot wat fired, by which hit attention wat
failed lo Ihe slioollng, Afier the first shot he
taw I'Jlten strike Bridget, breaking Ihe slick,
Mr, V.. W.Jordin, (manager nf J, T. Water
home's Nn. Id store, in which Fallen wat em
ployed) testified that Jiul before ihe shooting
Mr. Slarkey, hlmt'lf and Patten were stand
ing al Ihe front door of Ihe store talking, when
Patten suddenly left them and went Into the
rear nf Ihe store, coming back Instantly with a
round pine stick used tu roll American nil
cloth, Wildest asked I'atlen " What It up
now?" I'atlen made no reply but ran oerost
Ihe street opd up the sidewalk, overtaking a
short man, whom he struck teveral blowt.
rhen they struggled. They got nfflhc tide
walk into the tired at tint Imlant, and the
witness not wlvhlrig In be a witness In an as
lull and bstlery mil, turned In go Into the
time and heard a report at nf pislnl-tlint, and
whilst again turning heard a tecomf reir(
and taw tmnke blowing down Ihe street.
Mr. J, M, Statkey and Mr. Gatnsburg, a
clerk In Mr, Fiihel't More, added nothing of
moment lo Ihe testimony already given.
The prosecution then retted.
Mr. Austin, for the defense, tald that they
would not attempt lo deny the shooting, or
that the defendant wat armed previous to the
shootings but thai the deed wat done In telf
defense) ihit ihe life of defendant had been
threatened by Patten) that (he defendant had
avoided Patten) and that, being attacked from
behind, he had defended himself Impulsively
as any mm might. Consul taid, alto, that
the defense would thow that Patten had
tried In break up the defendant' family.
The first witness called fur the defense wat
Mr. W. Evans. Hit evidence was unimportant.
In direct and cross examination, the defend
ant testified substantially at follows 1 That he
wat over 29 year old. Lost hit first wife In
May 20, 1 83 J, and married Mitt Horn August
24th last. He arrived in Honolulu from Illlo
July 171I1 and became engaged to hit present
wife on the 241I1 of the tame month. He had
heard no disparaging rumnrt aliout hit wife be
fore he rnarricl her. On or about the I2lh of
lilt September, a person whom he met in the
Y. M. C. A. building, and whose name he did
not know, hail told him that Patten and his
wife had been intimate before the marriage.
He worried over the Information but did not
b:lieve it and said nothing to hit wife about It
until the latter pari of October, The day after
their marriage he and his wife moved Into a
house on Dowsctt't lane, rented from a native
express driver. It wat furnished with furniture
brought of Mr, Williams by an acquaintance
of defendant, with the latter' money. They
afterwards moved tn a collage on Berctanla
strret, formerly occupied by Mr. J. E. Wise
man. The reason for the removal wat that
Wiscman'a place was a better and healthier
location for the children. When defendant
rented the furnished house from Mr. Wiseman
he told his own furniture at auction. His wife
told him Patten had a furnished house which
he would let them have for $30 a month. Patten
paid the first month' rent. Dcfci-dant found
out about the middle of October that Patten
had given the furniture to Mr. Bridge. Short
ly after the unknown man had told him of his
wife' infidelity he heard of her accepting
the present of the futniture from Fatten.
The inference he drew from the information
given by the young man at the Y?M. C. A.'
rooms was that he had placed myself in an awk
ward iiosition. From a letter lie received he
Imagined that some intimacy existed between
Patten and hit wife. But real suspicions were
not aroused until a month after the receipt of
the anonymous letter. Part of the furniture at
Dowselt Lane was told at auction, and the
other part removed to the Wiseman cottage,
and was afterwards told at auction also. De
fendant never wrote to Patten and never heard
from him. Patten came to show Mrs. Bridget
tome rent receipts on November 2nd. She
could read native but defendant could not.
Defendant received a note on November 1st,
saying Patten had paid the lent In advance for
November, and if defendant did not repay it
within three dayt he must vacate the house
within ten days. In defendant's interview with
Patten regarding the rent he wat in bodily fear
of him, thinking he had come prepared lo ag
gravate and then inflict injury on or shoot de
fendant. Patten told defendant's wife that he
would kill her if the had any child by her hus
band, llit wife told him that Patten had told
her he would hire men lo horsewhip him. This
wt sometime in October. Defendant believed
that a certain letter was from Patten from the
fan that the letter was signed "Len." The
letter began with " Dearest." Patten taid if
defendant and hi wife left IIouolulu he would
kill her and also her husband if he was not pre
vented. On the 3rd of November defendant's
wife told him that Patten had taid they should
not leave the beach alive.
The defendant further testified that he had
pawned a diamond ring belonging to bis wife
for $101. He did not know who gave the
ring to his wife, bat had since heard that Mr.
J, II. Paly, had applied for the ring as execu
tor of the Patten estate.
A contemporary quotes Bridget at saying 1
"I do not know that Mr. liarn, my father-in-
law, made any overtures to Patten to arrange
matter between us. I did not tay anything
tu my wile about the letter I bad received
about her intimacy with Patten. The impres
sion left on my mind upon it; being told tu me
of her former relation! with Patten was that I
wanteJ 10 take her out of the country as toon
at I could. I did not try to fix up nutters
with Patten, because I thought my wife was a
young girl and he wat an old man, and If I
could gel her away frum here, to where the
wutd be removed from hit influence, that it
would be bet ter. I never wrote to Patten on
(hit subject, and never taid that I would hare
him put on ihe reef. Mr, Horn ad
vi.ej me to look out for Patten, at he would
try to Injure me before I left the country."
Mr, F. Horn testified concerning his busi
ness relations with Patten, and that the IsAter
had made threat against the life of Bridget
andof thclittcr's wife. Hadurgcdthewitnosto
icurate Bridges and his wife and had taid 1
" If the Intends going away I'll shoot her or
him, and then shoot myself. My life it worth
nothing to me without her."
Mrs. Horn testified that Patten had to her
knowledge threatened the life both of Bridge!
and his wife.
Mrs. Saston, who resides with the Horns,
testified to threats mule against the life of
Badges by Patten one threat bciDt- made by
telephone. Witnett said the wat offered $500
to lake Bridges and hit children out of the
Charles Hiram testified to being owner of
the Witeruin cottaj:, and to the payment of
rent by Patten. Also that Bridget and his
wife asked him lo gi lo them for rent.
Fred Leslie testifiid to baying the fjinitute
Mr. W.G. Wood tettiSed (by aSdavii)
slut ia the aittrajoa of lata thootlog Patjaa
bad gone In hit store ll.yuna) and atktd him
lo Inform him If llridget should happen In, at
he (Fallen) wanted tone Bridget, I
Mr, L. J. I.evey letllfinl In Ihe pretenc
of Fallen In hit uletroom, tin builnett.
Mr. 9, C. Mann Unified ll-al ll wat he who
told llridget about Ihe former relations nf th
latter' wife with I'atlen,
Afur speeches by Ihe consul and charge by
Ihe Judge, the Jury retired --returning about
MIS l M the following verdict 1 "We, the
Jury, find the defendant guilty of manila tighter
In Ihe ir-cnnd degree. Three Jurort dlttenl."
Ihe defense ciceptrd In the verdict,
Al I. P, M. yesterday Chief Justice Judd
rendered this lenience -"Five yeart Imprison
ment tt hard labor."
A fiiirrlnlor'i frrtlnn hf Ihr littt 1 rlnl nf
llinrort SArimriAV 1'ar-n. -Sir There
it alwayt tornethlng Interesting In teeing an
animal caged and al ly, and It wat ptthai
with that feeling lhal we, tit ond the crowd
found our way In ihe supreme crurl room
llili week lo tee thai rascal llridget rul
through. At we gaed over Ihe eager crowd
lhal had come tu ve law and order upheld we
were impressed with lit make up. It would
have been an Insult to hive tuggetted thai any
of in in our desire for a conviction wire Influ
enced by aughl Iml a desire to lee the law up
held, We do nol liellevc there wat one In Ihe
audience lint hid or wat committing ihe In
dltciettout (perhaps lhal Is loo harsh a word)
which were with puritanical austerity, charged
agilntt Ihe deceased, or with which Iho hear
er! might have had a secret tympath) No,
we were there limply for the right. We came
from virtuous homes and we went back to ihe
same, convinced that Ihe verdict against
llrldges, which we hear will result In five
years penal servitude, did not In the slight
est weaken Ihe protection of Ihe home or the
right! nf the husband, aril) the next time
number three attacks tin husband In Ihe pub
lic streets, If the husband will only run, all will
When the murderer wat brought In, we
must confess lhal he didn't quite come up tu
uur idea of the regulation murderer. He
seemed a timid little fellow looking around
with a dared tort of appearance, with a Imita
ting effeminate voice and manner that rather
lliarmed ut fools that we were. However we
very toon arrived at the jutt con
clusion that It wat all put on and pissed on to
the second course.
When ihe prisoner took the stand we were
ill prepared for hit lies and were not deceived
by them. Hit first ttatement, that he knew
nothing against the character of his wife before
he married her, who believed that? To be
sure we were a little ttaggered when Mr.
Patten's own letter to Mrs. llridget after her
rbarriage, ttated that Bridget mutt soon learn
the truth about them, at if he did not then
know the truth. Hut then Mr. Patten could
ilot have meant what he tald. Why should
her' Then the prisoner went on tu make the
itatement that he bought tome furnllui
through another man, but he had forgotten hit
name, then he taid another man for the first
time told him lhat there wat some scandal
lgafntt his wife and he did not know that
man's name either. It was clear he wat lying.
Why wasn't he? To be ture the two men
were afterwards found and produced, but there
wat evidently something wrong nevertheless.
clearly so. But the weakest part of Bridges'
hole case, tn us, wa when it came to the
affray. Why In the world, when Patten struck
him over the head with the ttick from behind,
did not Bridget, without turning round, run
home? Someone suggested that instinct Itself
would cause a man to turn round to tee what
struck him, but we do not tee any reason in
that, and at ar.y rate after he turned round,
wnjr mil nc nus, m sue uiows wctc coming
lown and he was warding them off, turn
round and rush off. Well again it was sug
gested that, when a man nr a dog nr a rat or
any animal it being attacked, the instinct is
true in all of them to front the danger.
The arms of a man are not so placed
that he can ward off blows coming upon
him from the rear. Well, that' his fault. Even
if only one man in a hundred would naturally
have turned while he was being struck or
struck at, Bridge should have been that one
without doubt And more than that, Bridget
should have known that Patten had no weapon
on bit person. We know it now, why should
not he have known It then ? That's convincing.
Why did not llridget measure the ttick and
take an inventory of what was in Mr. Pattcn'i
pockets before he acted ? If he had eaamined
the grain of the wool, he would have found
that was light and rather brittle. To be ture,
Bridges had read a twenty-five page letter
from the deceased to his wife, filled with the
wildest, most irrational talk, showing that he
was utterly reckless of his own life, etc; but
most certainly Bridge had nn right lo be
lieve from this that Patten might act wildly
and irrationally on this occasion, or with a life
other than his own. Quite the contrary.
Public order must be preserved and con
cealed weaoont mutt not b; carried. This
quiet town never witnessed tuch an act before,
"liut, "says one, "I wat thinking in that, line too,
but on another tack. I was trying (o remem
ber when in our quiet town a husband wat
beaten upon Ihe public streets under circum
stances like these." Well, well, enough I
In due time came the judge's charge and
then the conviction, three stubborn, foolish jur
rort still not being able to bring their minds
up to the sticking point- And then the cur
tain dropped and the play wat played out. We
knew just what we would have done In a tu
preme rnom:nt like that, that cqmci but once
(n a life time, and just what Bridget felt and
ought not to have done, and let this be
Bridget' consolation during the night watches
In hat prison cell through the years to come.
On i in the Crowd.
Honolulu, January 16, 1885.
The .San Francisco I.j.lei.n has the follow
ing x " The Utcsl addition of the chart of the
entrance to the Uy of San Frandtco has juvt
appeared. It is on a larger scale than the
previous edit ion .being now 140,000 of nature)
or nearly one nautical mite to to inches. The
Utcit soundings have been added 'where they
were fotmcrly somewhat scanty, especially on
the shoaler spots of the bar and atongihc 1'rev
.din shoal. All shore Improvements have been
introduced, and the characteristics of the topo
graphy have been greatly improved by the use
contours Instead of hachures. These contours
indicate differences of Ic.el ol each twenty feel
from high water, so, that If the sra were to
rise twenty feet a new shoreline would be de
veloped alung the line of the first twenty-foot
contour line. New sailing lines have been
given from the ciperience U navigators, etc"
The Parific Mail Strtrmhlp Company, Itat
purcaatni tlx month supply u( coal at $3 per
ton. The lacific Mail Company will save at
the tale of $150,00010 $200,000 per annum
aa compared with the price paid last year.
The wage of tailors harradranccJ horn $:o
lo $35 per mooih, because the whalcn hare
taken away to many able-bodied teamen.
Another Installment of the German White
Book, icvowi lhal tfce Ceraaaa comiscice it
' nitmr Lj iju wa fasck Artiq
I'm linn VhHttt
Mr. f It. Atlieiton. I'cretarv of the Kohala
and of Ihe Haiku Sugar mpnls, dttrllM j
The Qneen'i Hospital adterlliet In llifi It
tue for lendert tn furnish lint Institution A,
It mint be of prime quality.
Mr. J. I', llrown ha opened tn office at
room No. 5, Campbell B!Kk,(iip-talri) where
he ll prepared In.lake order for wrsetlng,
-arching of records, preparation of plans, etc.
The proprietor of Forest Market, recently
optn'd by Mr. (. 1), Hehranler, at lh erirner
of Hotel and Union slreMi, desires In call
especial attention lo hit " ad" on ihe second
page of In days Issiir.
Mr, Clinics Smith, whine speciality It prac
tical plumbing and gat filling, Irul who It
equally able lo do go! work In copper, theft
iron ami metal roofing, It located at No. tti
King ttreet where lilt stock of ranges, tin-ware,
etc., must be tern In be appreciated,
Mr. L. II, Kerr, Merchant Taylor, al N0.27
Merchant Street, hat just received, per Marl
oia, a large avfiilrnent of goodt direct from
the manufactured, personally selected and
bought for casli- which he nflert In sell at
"twenty-five per cent lest than any boute In llie
trade." I'urchasert will do wtll lo examine hit
tlrxk before ordering elsewhere.
Mr, PheodoreSeverlnhas re-opened Ihe Sun
Pearl Gallery, corner fort and King street!
and ll prepared lo take In Ihe best manner, til
kind ol photographs Including ihe new style
llli specially Is tin. types, which h? furnishes
In good style, at from jo cent! In $l,Jo each
and genu In locked, at 50 centt per doien,
(five him a call.
Ho.-rrii.rjLU, Jaw, 17, 1M5.
In commercial circlet. Ihe nast week has
been of Interest In consequence nf Ihe course
taken by the government upon ihe silver
question, In allowing payments nf the cuvlomt.
and other duet, tuch at pipers, etc., which
generally are paid in gold coin, lo be male fn
silver. Thii will give virne relief to the com
munity especially to importers having goodt In
bond. But it can only be temporary, for Ihe
government cannot hold llili silver and pay Itt
Two of the Fort ttreet ttoret which made
assignment have settled with their creditor! at
70 and 75 cent! upon Ihe dollar, and are going
on In businesl.
In general busincst Ihe week hat been a
quilt one without item! of Interest.
From San Francisco, e Mariposa, Friday,
January 9 jdS pkgt mdie and liquors,
ks 01 nour, IBS3 ski grain ami lecu, 007
if hay, 3373 pkgsof groceiet, 2002 pkg of
mdse, 3H pkgt of hardware, 31 ct of bouts, goo
1 and 3
ol shingles and 3870 posts.
For San Francisco per bktne W. II. Dimond
Wednesday January 14 Castle k Cooke.2725
bags of sugar; W G Irwin & Co, 3696 bag 01
sugar: llyman Bros, oto baei of suear: MS
Gnnbaum & Co, 1320 bags of rice, 1746 bags
of sugar; C Brewer & Co, 230 bags of tugar.
tJomcsllc value, J59, 249 OS.
NKAI, At Central TurVey Colleae, Al-iub. on Nnr.
I'xh. ill., of rlinhlrria. KoUrr I. Nt.il. tt. I). I),.
Neil wi married injul, iSlstra Klric4 A.,younx
tu chili of ihi lale Kcv.Cll. Andrews, of Maw.
Ilee miny friends here will nvurn with ber. Triey
tfiu one yti tozether In study in Kurope. and an
other year al rbe nvrian Prdtewanl Cotlece. fteirbt,
Dr Htm has been bul one month atvxbted with hit
brother-in-law Ilr. Shepad at Afntab, when uulj-n
death severed iheae many tics. h. K. II.
RKICKWOOD-Al Moinalua. Oahu, January itb,
(Us. Arthur Peter KanaimauLn KrKkwood, az.J a
yean, 14 ra-i he and is diyt. -
Scc-Url propot, thill be received t ibe office of the
MUmterof fl.e Interior natil is o'doc. atn 00 Siior
lay, the a!ih day of Febrtury, it3$, fur the contract'
.on of the works herein turned.
PUni and -pedficukmi may be examined at the
jfke of the MlnUtcr on and after the 9th df of Feb
The wot It. to be coottructed are
Firu The batln of the Storage ktKnoiV, f. t,, re
moving all tfeei ard other vegetable jrowtht, and
rica valine and rerooring all enh aad rock within the
Second building a tUm of fin4-cbu nibble maionrr
Uid In iiU bed- of hydraulic cement.
Third Laying the lioe of fiieea aad twelve Inch
pit and Ktt.ng gate, between the storage reservoir
and that of distribution aad from the Utter to the
point of connect too with the pipe ivatcm of tHe city.
Vote This work may be divided and let Into to or
Fourth Constructing the dmnbating reerrc-ir coo
luiag of an excavation lined, with hydraulu; cement,
cobcrcte or brickwork laid ia full hyirautx cement
beds and joiati. the croiiwall ami beys to be Utailarly
constructed and the whole roofed over
AU prcepotali tnu4 be endorted " Propoialt for
(doing the particular wotk for which the bid U made.)
A bond mutt be executed by the contractor with two
,t) approved sureties condutoacd upon the faithful per
furmance of the contract.
The minuter reserves the Hitht to reject the lowest or
Jilt mif be made for all the above in one contract.
Mi nicer of .nun.
Id ter lot Office, Dec. ru tWf. ttYlx.
Mr. H Lose and lr. E. Muller haye this day been
authorised to sign our firm-name by jotnt pTOCttratloa.
II. HackcU a Co.
Hooolulti. January t, iBJj- P. jt.
BUTTERICICS CUT PAPER
A new supply of taiett atytes jo received to be rr?
pJenianatd each aftontb and for tale at their marked
.xice at THOS. C. THRUM'S
A fio AMcrfraeal of
now In uock cccrfiuinr. of
tBlOKB.", Jot' (.V.I .,I.IOqm J C.I All
full bourkl, In Demy aaj IteJIiin Slaet.
Ledgers, Journala and Record,
Half Nvitod, la Cap. Dcaay anJ MccUaPs Sues.
Cap Lone DaT Booli an.1 Siojle Easry Day Cocks'
nan chmbu. iwcMrura uajr lioo rsarrow
Onler BjoIs, Trial UaLaoce Booas,
Cash IkuVk Qso. K creed.
foe lata at
tiios. a. Tiiuv.w.i,
MtlKMAKT SratKT AKU FotT Sf TSTOa,
DENS AND PENCILS.
CILLOTTS AND E.VS1 ERIIROOK ft.NS
la all l&e desiraUa wuastert.
Qsrstt Pent. SJLelaerian, Cotarctal tJeJ CawesHeSM
RCLIitDLC GOLD PENS
Croaa' SclofTaptik PeRSUaia aad gold bcmated.
jsca s roanoua rvoa, aaadtoz lato ata
EatLt Co. 'a Anlcwaaltc Pencile aad Wads.
oantAia Pvoa, dhadsDZ Pcato sues.
Red, Bmm aad Green Peaob,
DIXON, -ABEK.e4GR0SSBRGLKc KURTZ
Peacila, No. 1 in a. An'uli" Pcacil Driwtoc
IWiU la Ml, IVkel Pncita, $lal
ftacsis sJaiq m ia wvod.
At mnA O. IHUVM'A '
MtacMAir SrUT a0 FaaT SncJTvlroita.
NatJt t atait juai rniri I i(u
tassaastad so sssslat at tVa aaxcavuPaaw saVtal
J. B. RUSSELL,
"Fftftl I OH SIlfH! titOW."
Mr. J, 15. Rusiell, proprietor
of the "Fanhion Slice Store,"
N, Ii. Cor. of Geary and Du
Donl streets, San Francinco,
ibeffS tO inform 111 IlllltterOUS
Hawaiian patron's that lie iff
now prepared to fill their t'rderi,
throiiffli Wells, Faryo & Co,,
or in any other manner they
MPORTAHT TO PLArrTllRS
11m, II timet Cav rtase tswe rtrvJ iill
iIm nf a ctWmkal renlNm stwrSalty mmh ra fV
WniMwiiM rj lrn)Wifl''jii CS"i
kl MaiHMtCfR,'' 'I M (rtwNiVt art Mtfl'f M U.
tnfvljttrry. aftd thsH a-lar! Mfttrr4y r dry aire)
t (Mrli. I', O. irj-lf.
T fm, IWalH b4T ft ft UttPnH, 41
lhifl4ilmtfrt ri, AWf If. MrAhffly .',
IfwaMw, Utc ittU, H
Anutfrjrrt t4fw,"ll, IffmWf, um.l WM f
Nut l j-! rMf mi fifM ti4 tttM. Irvrfrf t iM
IUI.L9 K'.CF.IVAI!l.n Ann .'AVAlUt HOOKS
Hnt A Monty eer-fir, AWirfrtr reer;ir,
Oerfer ltttlt, trho'il feeorre,
Pfantallm Time Hints, I'kI(C Krulots, Mdse. Or
der Ittanta, etc., Ac, cofictantlv on hand, or
Special Forms Mad up la Order on Short llotkn
,11 Til Ol. II. TIIHUM'JI
Maacnavr Irraey akd ntr Arrarr ftTotai.
JOSEPH E. WISEMAN,
The Only RcvoorxnUotl Coneral Bus I
Omen in Campboll'a Flrproof Building, 27
'. I). Hom 313
Renl trtto Agmt.f''ir Ad H KealEuate in U part U the KUgde. Rm Ofice,
HosJt-M, Cottages and (toomi,
3oltaltlni Aint fir Wilder Intr-Ilnd Htiamir.-To'iUt uA tte Trar&
Petite wMl apply W me to Ticket, and InforoutMn to the Volcano.
Soliciting Aciat for the Mutual Life Inuranci Co. of Kmw York. TV
Large. Oandevt and Soundest InUrtutitva of tttkind in the Wcttd,
A Hunt for the Grat Barllneton Rill way Root In AmHc. TUi ftvt eeytU
all other route. g?is Ka, the fenery being the grand, the . the dtotc tod UU Palace M
Dialog Cart the handsvmvctt and mvt ccWortftU.
Employment AKnU rind. Employment tot all w.VJng week in that uinvtUxncLU a4nury 00
Soliciting Aj-nnt for the C.ty of London Fire Insurance Co. TU Um --
Company in Ibe f aland.
Caitom House Broker. 'cif Good, at Cewom (foul, pay and ditchjgte PretgKt and Htty
Uilli uisxltr l'owtr of At tome y.
Monej Broker.I-oanaaltncy at all times on rimUu t-Kuriiy
OeneriU BualneM Agnnt,- Igal lapra of
tctrd. Uobka and Accounts kept and ad;uued. Records Searched. Kents Gvt-ected. Taaeta&d In
surance on Prop-rty looked after. Ccrviiigand Kngrotwig done- A4vnineuFS'cwtpapAtkteaa
0rTevponi4Kr and CoittcU1 1- shim oaf svrstTy natsm pr9cnp4ly and aocsrataly UlwtUd IA.
Agent for the New Music Hall at Honolulu Compam-r aleoad will conrsyjM wiia me
for (era's, etc. Ordtrt for lOand Sheila, Ctuios, Lava Specimene. N'ativc Yir nA TUa cnfZj
nJled and forwarded to all part, rj the World.
tZT Infortnation app-irtaining to the XaUtida given and
P. in If
A HAICD-BOOK OF INFORMATION ON MATTERS RELATTNQ TO
TUX HAWAIIAN ISLANDS ORIGINAL AND BISECTED, OF
VALUE TO MERCHANTS, PLANTERS, TOURISTS
Tits KLtzritXTii rr.Ait or issue.
Price ptr tach numbr 50 cti. or 60 ctt. by foreign mail, including postage.
Per ions desiring copies mailed abroad will please forward iu si ructions, for at
tention as soon as issued.
thos. a. Titnuu,
CptUr em- JSccWlcAex-.
IT. MATTHEWS HALL, SAN
Located la lU Uautifol J!af,e U Saa Maleo, oo It Sosubeiss Pacifcc R. R., n isJJes froca Saa rraaotcx
tuaUiahed la iKc, Too leu Irulructm of rtjuuiioei aad aULcy 7 UJilirrrs ut eneesret. are
healed by mn ami (Lira- ray arraAl'd tu, lU Uaita aad coscAin of lie caJess. Tnaus- Sesseaa
Iwcins July 14.
or fursher toformatKia tod catalote, au osil,
DILLINGHAM & Co.,
Fori Street, Honolulu.
have recti veil a recent additions to their
orders upon most favorable terms.
Double Furrow Plows, Breaking Plows I Light StitJJPtows
ARE NOW BEING Oi'ENF.P. ,' ...
Agricultural Implements of the most approved pattern. Cutlery, LaMpr,
Chandeliers, Lanterns, House, Furnishing Goods. Kerosene
Oil of the best quality in quantities to suit.
DETROIT CYLINDER CUPS,
The best in Ihe market. Albany CYLINDER OIL and COMPOUND
LUCRICATING OILS of all grades.
m SPBCUL ATTaUrriOlS PAID TO ISLAND OBDIftS. -)
VA L U A f) L P. HV.AU
t an hwrwen' '! rtw Aw Iwn, a
Monday, J 1 n 11 t r r IDth,
M'll afttVIr far, 11 my loeri-ns,
Th I'nllowlnr Land!
lMhntir M Inn tUtlt Hi IIS U Pfttil IlifrWu
l.U.r.lOIIOKV, t :
IU Atnreut 1 MOKAMOA In mth Ktmt, lla.aH.
s-.n R yni.l
7k AfwrnurifllOiVOKAIIAU IK I U Kwsh Kmi,
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ft y-pvarres j Kutil I'tact ti,l.
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ALMANAC AND ANNUAL
Ktrr, Ai-rXCU Lit BKtWER, M, A.,
THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
These Mill arc now in tuccessiul
operation on a number of Stock
Ranches, sthetc they are giving tn
tire satisfaction, notably UX)n the lands of Jamu
Coipbkll, Est., Hon. J. I. Dowscrr, Kavaiuh.
R.NCHanrJ JsMesGsV, Esq. Kull paittcuiir. trill bo
Airniihed ujon application.
DILLINGHAM A: Ca beg to announce that they
stock ofgcxxb and arc prepared to fill
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