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Regulation number 21 of icgulations
for Carriage? and Rates of Faro Is
hereby amended to lcid as follows,
24. " If liny licensed vclilelc shall lie
found standing in any place but on tho
appointed ftnnil, tho dilver shall be lin
lilo to arrest by any police ofllccr, unices
said driver shall bo under engagement."
Nothing in this lcgulatlon however
shall be cousUucd as conflicting with,
the provisions of regulations 10. 11 and
Tho foregoing regulation us amended
will be unforced from and after this
(Signed) CIIAS. T. GUL1CK,
Minister of tho Interior.
Interior OfUce, Jan. la, 1883. 017 01
BISHOP & Co., BANKERS
Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands.
Dr.vtv Exchange on tho
JBunlc ol Culilbrniii, te. Ji
And their agents in
NEW YORK, BOSTON, HONG KONG.
Messrs. X. M.Rothschild &Son, London.
The Commercial Bank Co., of Sydney,
The Commercial Bank Co., of Sydney,
The Hank of Ncv Zealand: Auckland,
Christchurch, antl Wellington.
The Bank of Btitish Columbia, Vic
toria, B. C. aud Portland, Or.
Transact a Gcneinl .Banking Business.
ft giuJy nlUth
PlcSgod ta neither Beet nor Party.
But established for tho benefit of nil.
WEDNESDAY, JAN. M, 1885.
THIS EVENING'S DOINGS.
Meeting Hose Co. No. 1, at 7:30
Oahu Lodge, No. 1 K. of P. 7:30.
Hctlicl Prayer Meeting, at 7 :30. .
Fort St. Church, Prayer Meeting
St. Andrew's Cathedral, usual
It is pleasant .to note that some
degree of concord lias been arrived
at between the business community,
represented by the Chamber of Com
merce, and the. Government, upon
the currency matter. It is announced
that silver will be taken at the Cus
tom House and all Government
offices, in payment of all public
dues. This will undoubtedly relieve
the congestion of silver, as besides
the quantity, in small sums, that
will be paid in as duties, fees, etc.,
some planting firms will j'icld up
large amounts in the settlement of
labor accounts with the Government.
To-day the Government will be re
presented at the regular meeting of
the Chamber, by mutual agreement,
and the amicable interchange of
views likely to take place may be
expected to have further useful re
sults. The Chamber is to be com
mended for its patient and, for the
present at least, successful efforts
to tide over the crisis that threatened
to bring heavy loss on the silver to
holders of it.
Before going fo press, we learn
that the resolution for some time be
fore the Chamber that its' members
should onty regard silver at its bul
lion value, 84 cents or so was with
drawn in view of the Government's
action mentioned above. No,reprc
hentativc of the Government, was
present. Probably the" illness of the
Premier and the Court duties of tho
Attorney - General have interfered
with the conference.
A prompt l eply to the Canadian
astronomer on the lurid skies is
given by the Rev. H. E. Bishop,
whose former learned writings upon
the subject have led opinion hero.
It is in type, but crowded out to
day. We like to seo a public official
take pride in his woik. Our postmaster-general,
Mr, .Whitney, is of
that kind. Ho has presented tho
press and public tho Department's
New Year's compliments, in an artis
tically lithographed card, containing
a clear picturo of the Palace and
two marine views. Our stationeis
should take the hint and get series
of Hawaiian Christmas and New
Year cards for next beasou. Mr.
Whitney designed this one himself.
He has also issued a Jhrge card of
suggestions IX) the publlo regarding
dealings with tho post ollleC) which,
hccdctl, will prevent much vexation
on both sides.
CAPT. TIERNEY FOUND GUILTY.
Tho trial of Capt. Tierney, for
false imprisonment of South Sea
Islanders, was concluded yesterday
afternoon. Mr. Millet, stewatd of
the brig Hazard, on board which the
imprisonment took place, sundry
sailors and a fcllow-Islnndcr of the
unlawfully detained men, had testi
fied that the Hazard ian down a
canoe, and its crew forcibly detained
on board three, of the rescued occu
pants. Capt. Tierney was tho only
witness in his own defence, testify
ing that he had done all he could to
icturn tho men, giving them the
option of landing at Jaluit, the fit st
safe landing place. Mr. Hartwcll
urged the jury to place credence
upon the defendant's lone evidence,
saying it was evident ins story was
true and that he had meant no wrong
to anyone on the Hazard. For the
Crown, the Attorney-General said
there was something wrong apparent
in the captain having none of his
officers there io testify in his behalf.
Tho Crown had been lenient in re
ducing the charge from kidnapping,
which was felony, to false imprison
ment, only a misdemeanor. The
Chief Justice charged the jury that
tho Court had settled the issue raised
of jurisdiction, and all they had to
decide was whether a native canoe
had been upset by one of the Ha
zard's boats and the occupants taken
on board that vessel, tied, and there
unlawfully detained. The jury went
out at live, and in fifteen minutes
returned with nvcrdict of guilty.
At noon to-day, Capt. Tierney
was brought up to receive' sentence.
The Attorncj'-Gcncral asked the
Court to take a lenient view of the
case, and that a" lino be imposed.
The Chief Justice hoped this would
be the last case of its kind before
him. He would fine him S200.
Capt. Tierney remarked that nothing
could persuade him to go on such
TRIAL OF BRIDGES.
UKFORi: CHIEF JUSTICK JUDD.
The Supreme Court opened this
morning at 10.05 o'clock, when a
large audience of spectators had
assembled. Sentence in the case of
Capt. Tierney, for false imprison
ment, was postponed until recess.
The case of Hiram Alfred Bridges,
for manslaughter of Leonard R.
Patten, was, proceeded with. The
prisoner occupied a scat by the side
of his, counsel.
After considerable questioning and
challenging by Mr. Castle, the
prisoner's counsel, the following
'jury was finally selected: Messrs.
W. Lishman, A. Bolster, N. F.
Burgess, J. L. Bushec, L. C. Abies,
J. W. Hinglcy, E. S. Cunha, W. II.
Baird, W. Clark. J. F. Carpenter,
T. J. King, and C. J. McCarthy.
The Chief Justice administered
the oath to thcrn. Mr. Whiting, on
behalf of the Crown, then opened
the case, stating the particulars of
the tragedy of Nov. 12lh. " .
Dr. ivobt. McKibbin,,bworn, stated
ho had practised medicine twenty
eight years. I was going up street
the day the affair occurred, and
went in to Benson, Smith & Co.'s
store, where I saw Patten lying dead.
I was ordercd-.to make a post mortem
examination, which I did the follow
ing morning with, Dr. Emerson. I
found three external wounds, one
of which caused death. A bullet
was found in the body. Witness
described the wounds, as at the in
quest. Dr. N. B. Emerson, sworn, stated.
I' assisted the last witness in a 2ost
mortem examination on the body of
L. If. Patten. His evidence corro
borated that of Dr. McKibbin.
Deputy Marshal Dayton, sworn,
stated, the bullet which he had iu
his hand came from tho body of L.
U. Patten. It has been in mv
possession until now. Tho bullet
was handed round for the inspection
of the Jury.
James F. Noble, Mvorn, stated:
I knew Patten and Bridges. I was
on tho opposite side of the road
when the shooting took place. 1
saw Patten with his left hand on
Biidgcs' shoulder, nnd in his right
hand he had a stick, bridges slipped
away from him aiid drew a pistol
from his hip pocket and fired at
Patten. I ran across and assisted
the Jnttcr and carried him into
Benson, Smith & Co.'s stove, where
ho soon expired.
Cross-examined : My attention
was first attracted by tho two talk
ing, seemingly in auger. I did not
sec Patten strike a blow with tho
stick. They were facing each other
when the shots were fired. Patten
looked dazed. It occurred nbout
ten minutes after five o'clock.
Officer Marcos, sworn, stated,
I nin a police officer. I lccoguize
the pistol produced. Tho first time
I saw it was in a building in the rear
of Mr. Horn's st,oro on Hotel street.
I found it on tho top of a barrel.
Mr. Horn's son showed me where
It was. I identity this hat pro
duced ; It was handed mo by a young
man in the Ten Cent Store, and the
piece of stick produced was given
inc by Mr. Avery.
Deputy Dayton, re-called, pro
duced the clothes worn by Patten at
the time he was shot. (They were
inspected very closely by the jury.)
I found no weapon in the clothes.
The contents of the deceased's
pockets were then shown to the jury.
At this point, a recess of one hour
. After recess, Mr. J. Williams, the
photographer, was put on the stand
and after being sworn stated, lie
knew Patten and Bridges. He
noticed the two wrangling and heard
two shots. Patten had a white stick
in his hand.
His Ex. W. M. Gibson was next
sworn, his evidence being substan
tially that given by him at the in
quest. Mr. F. II. Hayscldon, who was
with Mr. Gibson, at the time the
tragedy took place, stntcd, I saw the
struggle, and Patten directly aftcr
waids stagger and fall, while Bridges
ran up. the street. About fifteen
minutes afterwards I saw Bridges
under arrest at Horn's store.
An unusually severe and pro
longed shock of earthquake was felt
here this morning just before six
Our esteemed friend aud fellow
citizen, Mr. J. Marsden, leaves
to-day by the Iwalani on his way to
New Orleans, and Jamaica. Wo
wish a pleasant trip and safe return.
Honokaa, Hawaii, Jan. 13.
Chinese laundrymen brought by
James Ilcrvey to Belleville, New
York, under contract with the Six
Companies of San Francisco, have
set up on their own account and
more have coinc. They have an
unwritten law that uo new,, laundry
shall be started within a certain dis
tance of one already established.
The rates for laundry work remain
the same as before the Chinese came.
It is the second attempt made in the
East to introduce Chinese cheap
labor, the first having been in shoe
making at North Adams, Mass.
Mr. W. M. Evarts has signified
his willingness to stand for the
The Pacific Mail Steamship Co.
has closed a contract for s,ix months'
supply of coal at S3 a ton, thus
saving at the rate of $150,000 to
$200,000 per annum ns compared
with the price paid last j'ear.
Gervasini, a youth of eighteen,
was arrested in the act of placing a
bomb under the police station in
Milan, Italy, and confessed he had
been under instructions to fire tho
fuse with a cigar, but refused to
give the names of his associates.
The San Francisco Examiner an
ticipates an immediate revival of
France wants at least a coaling
station at Panama.
Havana cattle raisers do not like
the Spanish-American Treaty, giving
them competition at homo with
American cattle and meat of all
AT the Annual Sleeting of tho Hono.
lulu Yacht and Boat Clab, held at
tho Club Booms, on Tuesday, January
13th, 1885, tho following olllcers were
duly elected to serve during the ensu.
Richard F. Bickcrton Commodoio
Wins. B. Wilson VJcc-Commodoio
S.J. Dole -. Captain
W. 31. (illi'iml , Bccielnry
51. M. Whitney, Jr Treasurer
Thos. Sorrenson Measurer
Prank Brown, Mark P. Robinson. W. L,
Wilcox, J. Q, Spencer, and P. Whitney.
W. M. GIFFARD,
918 St Secretary,
Tho second thimblo centenary has
just been celebrated at Amsterdam.
Tho first thimblo was made in Oct.,
168-1, by n goldsmith, Van Benschol
ton, whoso Idea in tho manufacture
of the pretty conceit was to protect
the finger of his lady-love. Tho
English wore the first lo adopt tho
rpiIL MAIL by the
Will close nt the Post Offlce,
At 10 a.m., Thursday,
Jan. 15, 188G.
A" LATE LETTER BAG ' will ho
kept open till 1 1 :30. a.m., to rccclv o
late letters, on which an additional fee
of Five Cents each letter must bo paid.
Letters for Rkoistkation will lie ro
eched till 0 o'clock on Wednesday.
Persons mailing correspondence on
the morning of the steamer's departuro,
nrc rc.questi'd to stamp all letters before
II. M. WHITNEY, P.M.G.
Post Ofllcc, Honolulu, Jan. 13th, 1885.
A Dividend of Three Dollars per share
for tho quait'.r ending December 31st,
1S84, will be paid to .the stockholders of
Wilder's Steamship Company, Limited,
at their offlce, of) SaturdayJanuary 17,
R. B. ROSE, Secretary
918 3t AVildcr's S. S Co.
A DIVIDEND of Three Dollais per
share is due and payable to the share
holders of the Inter-Island Sleim Navi.
gat ion Co., on th-c 14th instint, at their
ofllre, on the Esplanade. (
JOHN ENA, Jr.,
917 2t Sccrctoiy.
BY an experienced English Woman, a
Situation as NLTRSE. Apply at
No. 151 Fort htieet. 91G 3t
A BOY, who understands Hawaiian
and Eugli-.li Apply nt tho Sun
Pearl Gallery, Fort sticet. 010 3t
A SITUATION by a first-class stable
man, who thoioughly understands
his business, lately from California.
Apply at Fashion Stables. 91G 3t
BY a man and wife (natives of the
Azores), a situation in a family.
Man speaks Englli, nnd understands
horses and gardening. Woman will
mute and was.li. Noehildicn. Apply
Gonsalves & Co., G7 Hotel st. D13 lw
BF. EIILEUS & COMPANY hav
ing this day assigned all their
property and claims to us, the under,
bigncd, wu hereby notify all per&ons
owing said firm to make immediate
E. P. Malile, at the store of B. P.
Ehleis & Co., on Fort street, is author
ized to leceipt for all payments.
H. W. SCHMIDT,
G. W. MACFARLANE,
Assignees B. F. Elders & Co.
Honolulu, Jan. C, 1885. 913 if
A BAK GAIN.
AVERY stylish and valuable Hoad
.ster is for. sale. TLis animal Is
well hied, gentle, and without vice of
any kind, and guaranteed sound. Is
aho broken to saddle. Only reason for
selling him is want of use. Address or
call at L. Colin & Co's Tcixplo of Fash
ion. 910 lw
HOUSE on Nuuanu Y venue, No. 180,
seven looms, and a hath. Rent,
$25. Apply on the premises.
A Fonr-Roomed COTTAGE,
with cook house, and every
convenience, to let: and Fm-
niluro lor i-alo. Annlv on the premises
at No. 187 Nuuanu Street. 010 tf
Cottnero to DLet.
A uottagp, neaily new,
two rooms, and fiont nnd
back veiandali, with water
laid on, standing in well-shaded gi omuls
near Kawalahao Church, will bu rented
nt a reasonable rate. Enquire of
002 tf 8.. B. DOLE.
li-wolliugj House to Hot'.
Tho promises now occupied
by Judge McCully, on Bcrc-
tnnlfi drff.t In V iilnnlpfiliun
win ui; renicu niter uiu ibi oi rcuiuary,
18S5, at reasonable intes. Tho house is
commodious nnd tho outhouses con
venient. Tho grounds nro well planted
with trees and shrubs. Enquire of
003 tf . , B. B. DOLE.
At Pnlama, near Reformatory
ounooi, u comiuruvuio coiiage,
'surrounded with shado trees.
Easy terms to a good tenant. Apply to
On tho picmlscs, or J. E. Wiskman, 27
Merchant st,, Honolulu, tifc8
At Palama, near Reformatory
jSchool, a new aud commodious
icottauc. Suitable for a family.
Has never been occupied. Easy terms
to a good tenant.
On tho premises, or J. E. Wiseman, 27
Merchant St., Honolulu. 888
DEUE2 AJd ! B3r DEMEIAJD Xgga RJE-AJD '
Jut Received by last steamer one of the lnrgeit invoices of
Lais', Misses', dorp's & Mants' Wear
"JES" Ladios1 Aprons, -813T
Infants' Kobe?, " Drawers, Children's Chemise,",
Skirts, ', Gowns, " Aprons,
cloaks, " SkhtP, " Drawers,
" Dresses, . " Sacqucs, " Skirts.
" Shawls, " ColUr?, " Sun Bonnotst,
" Chemises, " ' Fishucs, ' Waists,
" Gowns ' " Chemises, " Drosses,
" Wrappers. " Corset Covers, '"' Clonks,
8I2r '' Calico Wrappers. "8E?"
ALL THE ABOVE GOODS WE ARE ABLE TO OFFER AS
Wc also would state that we arc constantlyrccciving now and desir
able Btyles of goods direct from the manufacturers, and that wo shall
spare no exertion to meet, by prompt attention, low prices, and tho boat
of goods, your entire confidence.
Orders fron the other Islands promptly attended to.
Temple of Fashion,
Xos. 61 and 63 Port Streets.
DILLINGHAM & Co.
Fort Street, Honolulu,
Importers & Dealers in Hardware & Agricultural Implements,
Windmills for Stock Ranches and Irrigation.
A new invoice of Plows, of all sizes; just received.
Fence Wire and Staples.
Kerosene Oil a specialty.
Paints, Varnishes, Turpentine & Oil.
Detroit Cups. Albany Compound.
House Furnishing Goods
Large invoices of Goods (of all descriptions) having bcenieceived by me, they
Will be sold at lower prices,
Than the same quality of 'Goods can be purchased chewhero in Honolulu, and
satisfaction Guaranteed. My stock consists of all kinds of AMERICAN,
ENGLISH AND SYDNEY MANUFACTURE,
Saddles, Belts, Pouches, Leggings, Saddle Cloths, School Bags, &a,
Bits, Spurs and Stirrups, &c, in Nickel and Silver Plate.
The reputation of rhy HOME-MADE HARNESS for superiority of workmanship
and material lcinains unchallenged duilng my six years' residence here.
Thankful for the generous patronage of the. past, Its continuance and increase in
the future is respectlully solicited at the old stand. 4
88C 3m . Corner of Fort and King streets, Honolulu, H. I.
JOSEPH. E. WISEMAN,'
The Only' Recognized General Business Agent on the Hawaiian Islands
ESTABLISHED 1 879.
Offices in Campbell's Fire-proof Building, 27 Merchant St., Honolulu, H. I.
I. O. Box 310 : : s j Telephone 17S.
REAL ESTATE A GENT Buys and sells Real Efctate in all parts of the King
dom. Rents Ofllces, Houses, Cottages and Rooms.
SOLICITING AGENT FOR WILDER'S INTER-ISLAND STEAMERS-Tou'r
ists and the Traveling Public will apply to me for Tickets and information to
SOLICITING AGENT FOR THE MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO. OF NEW
"OHK Tho Largest, Grandest and Soundest Institution of its kind in tho
AGENT FOR THE GREAT BURLINGTON RAILWAY ROUTE IN AMERICA
This Route excels all other routes going East, the i:ccnery being the grando-t,
tho meals tho choicest and the Palace ana Dining Cars the handsomest and most
EMPLOYMENT AGENT Finds Employment for all seeking work in tho vari
ous branches of industry on the Islands.
SOLICITING AGENT FOR THE CITY OF LONDON FIRE INSURANCE CO.
Tho best known Company in the Islands.
CUSTOM HOUSE BROKER Enters Goods at Custom House, pays and discharge!
Fi tight and Duly Bills under power of Attorney.
MONEY BROKER Loans Money at all times on first-class sccurltly.
GENERAL BUSINESS AGENT Legal Papeis of every description drawn. Bills
Distributed and Collected. Books and Accounts kept and adjusted. Records
Searched. Rents Collected. Tuxes nnd .Insuianco on Properly looked alter.
Copying and Engrossing done. Advertisements, Newspaper Article?, Corres
pondence and Commercial Busluebs of every niituro promptly nnd accurately
attended t. v
AGENT FOR THE NEW MUSIC HALL AT HONOLULU-Companles abroad
will correspond with mo for terms, etc. Orders forlblund Shells, Cuilos, Lava
Specimens, Nntlvo Views aud Photos carefully filled nnd fonvarded to all parts
of tho World.
1ST Information appertaining -to tho Ixlaud given aiid all coircs-pondcnce faith,
JOSEPH JO. WSSEMAtf,
87i) General Business Agent, Honolulu, Hawalfan Islands.
Have received ex Mariposa,
Gala. Babbits, Quail, Salmon, Gaililower, k Celery
JVX.1L. on ice.
ITaiicy and Staple1 G-i'Oceries.
Fine Eating Apples, Cal, Potatoes, in gunnies.
Island Orders solicited. Tclephooe No, 210. P. O. Box 397, (763
& Silver Plated "Ware.
The Corner Harness Store
Sttll to the Front !
W Lasted J.M$