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Baact7e4ibirdBe S. S. Qsa,
An Account of the Riot
of 1852. r
THE BRAVERY OF DR. JUDD
Mrs, E. K. Wilder's Interesting Nar
rative in the Humane
In the early fifties the whaline; fnter
tt was at its height In the Pacific,
says Mrs. A. K. Wilder in the Humane
Educator for November published yes
terday. The harbor of Honolulu was
sometimes so completely filled with
whale ships on thel" way to New Bed
ford, that one could walk' from one ves
jw'l to another all the way from the wa
ter froct to the-harbor entrance.
The, crews of so many vessels made
ui, as they were, of sailors from all
!i.rts of the globe, many of them of
the mojt hardened type, were very
much In ' evidence at that time. As
may be imagined. It required no little
tact and decision on the part f the
marshal to keep 'a floating population
ot three thousand "Jolly tars" In order.
Once on land the mariner musfbe a.
lowed to enjoy himself In his own way
and any Interference was looked upon
as: an infringement of his rights. The
police, under the supervision of the late
Mr. Parke, who held the lmporta-nt of
fice of marshal during some of the
most stirring events at the Istanda, in
their efforts V1 preserve law and order
were regarded by the sailors as their
natural enemies. The riot of 1852 was
but an outcome of this state of feeling
and revenge, not only against the po
lite, but the whole government, was the
idea of the unruly mob at that. time.
It all happened In this way: A sailor
having been arrested for disorderly
conduct and drunkenness, and locked
ut with several companions In one of
the cells of the Fort, became during
the night very unruly, tearing up the
bricks of the floor and throwing them
around with great violence. Crazy
with drink, he was not easily suppress
ed, and the Jailor, In his efforts to quiet
him and to shield himself, struck J he
man a blow which resulted in his death
some hours later. The news of this
event was like a bombshell thrown In
tht fleet. Greatly excited and enraged,
the sailors In a body demanded the life
of the Jailor, threatening revenge upon
the town if their wishes were not com
plied with. Finding that their threats
made no Impression on the marshal,
who Insisted upon the law taking Its
course, they became riotous In their
conduct. Taking possession of the
police station, turning out the officers
and seizing what arms could be found,
they set fire to the building. Other
buildings soon followed, among them
tle harbormaster's office, and Indeed,
the whole fleet narrowly escaped burn
ing. Had these ships, packed with oil
from the north, caught fire, the con
flagration would have been a sight to
remember always. Feeling the need of
some liquor, the mob took possession
of a saloon on Nuuanu street, (happily
saloons were not as numerous In those
days as they are now) turning out the
proprietors and helping themselves
fic-ely to what they couM find.
Dr. Judd in those days was a prom
irent man in the Government. Besides
bttng Minister of Finance, he had great
influence with officials, as well as the
King himself, Kamehameha HI. lie
was singled out therefore by the mob
as the one on whom they could wreak
their vengeance and they forthwith de
cided to attack his residence "Sweet
home." It was a dark night and past
midnight when a friend sent warning
tc my father that the mob were on
their way to bis house. I well remem
ber being awakened out of a sound
sleep and being told by my mother of
the danger we were In, and that as the
eldest of the children I must take the
others, seven of them, and go over as
quickly as possible to Mrs. Johnstone's
she lived where Mother Parker now
lives on Judd street. There was no
moonlight, and creeping along through
the taro patches, where Eskbank now
stands, was not very easy work. It
was more difficult for my grandmother
to find her way, however, and to be
routed out In the dead of night than
for us "children." The dear oM lady
wore a wig In those days and never
went out of her room without It, but In
the hurry and confusion It was forgot
ten, and such was the force of habit,
she was more troubled, as I remember,
by the loss of her wig" than from fear
o the mob.1 My mother charged us as
we left the house not to allow Sirs.
Johnstone to light a lamp and we all
tried to Impress upon the good soul
w"hat my mother had said, telling her it'
might draw the rioters to tne place, but
she still Insisted upon striking every
match she could find, unable to realize
all at once the situation. My brother
Frank, however, (the late Chief Jus
tice) stood faithfully by her -and as
each match was struck, blew it out, so
no harm was done. By this time sev
eral of my father's friends had reach
ed "Sweet Home." They came armed
and to render. ;what assistance - they
could. Before arriving at. the house
some of the rioters had dispersed, bar
ing turned aside to seek , revenge in
other quarters. - Tho remainder of the
mob on reaching the gate called loudly
for Dr. Judd. Though strongly urged
not to leave the house nd thu expos
himself to the ylolence f . these -taen.
my father. , being- of. a. determined dl.
poe Itlon. after ulUy, aayln that "we
could ,but die oneevr. walked .fearlessly
out to the gate. Hle coura In o da
ng was not without effect, and when
"Hr,,? thJ,Wtrttf-.thteats 'of.
2iS h WW arm tone
? hat, would, you,ansr, me forr'-t the
effect waa Instantaneous. Instead of
ofTerlnar violence, the leader-of the mob
stepped forward and stated the griev
ances of the men: To all le had to aay
my father llatened with, patience,
onlng with hhn, assuring the men that
.' i . v..,-a; ;.! ,)tti-.
Justice should be-ona and-flnall?- par-.
suadlng them to disperse, ana napimy
for us. the nioL, who had brought tar
red ropes with them to wind arouno
r. hmifi before burning it, aiso rope
to hang my father with, went away
without having carried ou any of their
All this tfme we young people did not
know what was taking place and I can
veil recall the thrill of Joy with wnich
I heard my father's voice calling to us
from dostairs to "Come home, that
al! danger was over!" Old Governor
Kekuanaoa had been unwilling up to
ty.i time to call out' the" mllltla, but
soldiers were ordered out In the morn
ing and perhaps their presence did as
much towards restoring quiet ana oraer
In the town as did Father uamon's
preaching and Influence, and that Is
saying a good deal for them. ;
Tt mav be Interesting to know that
cne of the sailors who Joined the mob
cn this occasion, afterwards studied for
the ministry. He not only visited Ho
nolulu and attended the funeral of Dr.
Judd,but as a clergyman took part In
the exercises.. Who can say that
"Truth Is not stranger than Fiction."
Yjtetu Straight Republican lick t.
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Humane Officer's Report.
Cases of cruelty to animals investigat
ed during the month of September, 2!; ar
rested, 2; convicted, 1; acquitted and rep
rimanded, 1; horse humanely killed, 1;
ccoes of horses unlit for work and order
ed out cf harness, 14; animals abandoned
to die, 1; cases of beating and whipping,
6; cases of overloading and overdriving.
Vote the Straight Republican Ticket
- A HONOLULU MAN
Talks of Doau's Backache Kidney
When an incident like the following
occurs here at home it Is bound to
carry weight with our readers. The
public statement of a reputable citizen
living in this city leaves no ground
for the skeptic to stand on.
Mr. James C Stevens, of this city.
Informs us: "I was troubled with an
ache In the small of my back for a long
time, and such was the condition of
things until I tried some of . Doan's
Backache Kidney Pills, which 1 ob
tained at the Holllster Drug Co.'s
store. "A short treatment gave me the
desired relief, and I am satisfied that
they are a good remedy for backache
and deserve to be recommended. ;
Mr. Stevens Is one of our own c'lt
iztsns. - Is not such testimony stronger
than that of someone living In Amer
Does your back or side ache so that
It is hard to stand straight? Do you
have headaches, nervousness, frequent
thirst, hot, dry skin, or shortness of
sleep? Are your -eyelids distended or
breath? Evil forebodings, or unsettled
sleep? Are jour eyelids distended or
feet and ankles swollen and hare you
lost flesh? Are the secretions from the
kidneys thick, dark colored, and do
they deposit a sediment? Kidney dlr-
eaee is insidious and if you leave any
of these symptoms you should treat
them at once. Delay may mean you
you can't be cured.
Doan's Backache Kidney Pills are
sold by all chemists and store keepers
at 50 cents per box, six boxes $2.50. or
will be mailed on receipt of price by
tne Honuter Drug Co., Honolulu,
wholesale agents for the Hawaiian
Vote the Republican Ticket Straight.
Mil in A ELECTIONS.
Company Officers Were Chosen and
leaves Oranted. '
Lieutenant E. T. Wlnant . was unani
mously elected as captain of Company B,
N. G. H.
W. R. Riley, second lieutenant, was
then elected first lieutenant, and Ser
jeant .f. B. Gorman, second lieutenant,
was also unanimously elected.
Kirst Lieutenant H. II. Wrleht. afliu-
tant second battalion, presided at the
mteung or company 15. The following
oftlcer will preside at the election: Cap
lain I T. Kenake, A. D. C, general staff,
In place of J. M. Camara, who resigned
October 2'K The election will be held at
regimental headquarters on November 17.
The only name mentioned so far for ma
jor is that of Captain Kenake.
T.i leave of absence of Col. J. H. Roper,
adjutant general, it extended from sixty
to seventy days from August 29. by order
of the commander in chief. Upon the
recommendation of C. B. Cooper, major
and surgeon. First Regiment. N. G. H.t
W. A. Naylor of Company B, has been
appointed hospital steward.
The first sergeant of Company B will be
George H. Karnattl.
Private Frana Bechert has been trans
ferred. He goes from Company p to
Ccmpany A. .
It is strange that babies get
on so well as they do; there are
so many pull-backs! But
Scott's emulsion of cod-liver
oil is a wonderful help.
Begin with a little Too
much will upset the stomach.
Increase; but keep 'under the
limit The limit Is upsetting
the stomach. -! -r ,h vf
It rests V tired digestion; it
does not tax the stomach at all;
it lets it play little stomachs
like to play; : -- -- - - - yr
wVU seed yM k Bttlt to try, If yo like.
SCOTT ft BOWNK, o Paul etmt, New York.
Tber-best ougfc drops -are" tfriyfa ct -
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral.
The next time you
take cold, dose your
self with a lot of
home remedies and
dilly-dally along un
til your cough is
deep-seated and you
are threatened with
pneumonia or con
one way, to be sure,
at bedtime and be all right the next
morning. Isn'c this the better way?
Then continue O10 Cherry Pectoral a
few days until your throat and lungs
have completely Li-aled and all danger
of future trouble is past
Another grand thing about Ayer's
Cherry Pectoral in that It cures hard
cougushe hardest kind of old coughs,
even after all other remedies have failed.
Put up in large auu small lottles.
When it hurls your lungs to cough,
then apply ona of Ayer's Cherry Pec
toral Plasters directly over the painful
lung. It will quiet the pain, remove all
congestion, and greatly strengthen.
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