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rfVBNINQ DULM3TIK, nONOlAJMJ, 11. T., SATURDAY, AUGUST 9. 1902.
Wo offer for a short or long
lease at very reasonable rates,
In tho WAVERLY BLOCK
on Bctlicl street, formerly occu
pled by the Honolulu Taint Co
Fort and Merchant SU.
Tal. Main 313. Honolulu.
Le Progres Second Degree.
Pacific Flrit Degree.
Rolse Croix Regular, Post
Hawaiian First Degree.
All visiting members of the or
der are cordially Invited to at
tend meetings of local lodges.
HARMONY LODGE, NO. 3, I. O. O. F.
HMti every Monday evening at 7:10
to Harmony Hall. Klnic street.
K. L. CUTTING, N. G.
B. It. HENDUY. becretary.
All visiting brothers very cordially
OAHU LODGE, No. 1, K. of P.
MmU every Friday evening at liar
sioay Hall, King street, at 7:30. Mem
)jn ot Mystic Lodge, No. 2, and visit
tal krothers cordially Invited.
F. W. DUNN, C C.
ED. C. ALDIUCll,
K. of R. & S.
WM. M'KINLEY LODGE No. 8, K. of P.
Meets eery Saturday evening at
7:30 o'clock In Harmony Hall, King
street. Visiting biothcrs cordially In
Ited to attend.
c. m. v. ronsTKit, c.c.
u. s. ancaoRY, K.n.s.
HONOLULU LODGE 616, B. P. O. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. 010, D. P. O. E ,
will meet In their new hall, on .Miller
and Deretanla streets, ecry Friday
Dy order of tho E. R.
V. U. CONKI.ING,
F. M. HROOKS, E It. Secretary.
Mr. THOMAS PRIME will lecture on
Thursday, Aug. 14th, 1U02, 8 p. m , at
ARION HALL (back of Opera House).
A cordial welcome extended to all.
Library open Friday, 3 to 4 o'clock.
MARY D. HENDRICKS,
President Aloha Branch, T. S.
If you don't buy these lots you'll
mlts It, because you will miss doubling
yiur money In one year or less. Prices
bed rock. Finest, coolest and health
test location In Honolulu, right on
tKIng SL below Walklki Turn, on lljie
of Rapid Transit, seven minutes'
straight run to Fort St. Will build
houses from $700 up and guaranteo
renters for this price, $25.00.
Call and see
W. M. CAMPBELL
at his office on premises or my spe
clal agent, W. M. Mlnton, with Hono
lulu Investment Co., Judd Bldg.
B. W. Quinn,
Patronage ot Owners, Architects
-and Builders ttollcltcd.
1168 Union St. Phone. Main 394
!me enlarged and refitted their
popular Dining Room In order to
accommodate their man) uis
for ladles, with r.leitrlc Lights
and rnns Coo) and Pleasant.
scrird suitable foi this climate
and at mull prices that only a
First Class Itakery could afford
to mnkv Including the finest cup
of coffee in the illy.
. . GIVE US A CALL.
In rear of New England Bakery
-MANUFACTURERS and Whole
Wo tarry ecrjtlilns In our
-line, such as Chewing Gums,
-Pop Corn Goods, Prize Goods,
-and a Inigc stock of quick sell-
-Ing 3 cent Candles, Just the
-thing for retail stoics.
Special Inducements to plan-
-tatlon stores and others bii)lng
-lu large quantities.
Goods sold at wholesale only.
CORNER BERETANIA and VICTO
RIA STS., opp. Thomas Square
House with five bedrooms and large
mosquito proof dining room. Elec
tric lighting and good, up to-uato
plumbing. Admirably suited for
RENT $50 PER MONTH.
Castle & Lansdale
REAL ESTATE AND INSUR
ANCE AGENTS; INVEST
MENTS. 106 507 8tangenwald Building.
Telephone Main 70.
Creosote Is tho best wood prescna-
tho known. Insects will not attack
creosoted wood, which makes the
stains especially valuable In Honolulu.
Creosote stains arc thin and are ab
sorbed In tho wood, permitting the
ready evaporation of any moisture
which may get into the shingles.
The superiority of creosote stains
over paint from an artistic point of
view Is apparent at once to all who
hao seen them.
DURABILITY and ECONOMY
Creosote stains are as durable as tho
best paint and are about fifty per cent
cheaper. We have samples to show
ou and have all colors and shades of
LEWERS & COOKE, LTD.
DURABLE and ACCURATE
The Kc) stone Watch Case Co.
iimn-ip ... Phllldelphll.U.S A.
America's Oldest and
Largest Watch Factory
For snlo by
The Principal Watch
Tools, Materials and Findings used
by Watchmakers, Jewelers and kla
dred trades, go to
Room 303 Boston Building, over Henry
May &. Co., Fort St., near King.
TO SALARIED PEOPLE ON NOTES.
.lagoon Bldg., Merchant &. Alakea Sts.
Office hours 9 a. in to 4 p. m.
COTTON BROS, ft CO I
ENGINEERS AND : i
Pito. id! t.t'mttl lurnl.htd for all cUt
Contract rf vcrk
Tel. Main 2.
ROOM SO? SOSTON BLK. Honolulu,
MAm Cfa A
LOUu AND GENERAL
Read ';WanJs" on page 6.
t H. Ilerrey Is hack from the Coast
Kona coffee to be good must be pure. '
n ' T T .tl.. I.
. J, IJAJ OVI1Q II.
The band will play at the baseball
games this afternoon.
The band will glte n concert on Ma-
kec Island Sunday afternoon.
This Is the day set apart for the cor
onation of King Hdwnrd ot England.
.Mrs. Loriln Andrews returned from
tho Coast In the Alameda jesterday.
Nicely furnished rooms, Popular
House, 1249 Fort SL, $1.50 per week up.
Miss Juliet King and Clifford Kim
ball will be man led some time In Oc
tober. Blank books of all sorts, ledgers, etc,
manufactured by the Bulletin Publish
tllshop Restarlck will pieach In St.
Clement's Church tomorrow dcnlng.
7 30 o'clock.
Mana Wldemann returned to Honn
lulii yesterday In the Alameda to spend
a few weeks.
New life Is given old roofs by apply
ing a eoat of I'KKIILKSS I'ltRSKKV
Mrs James II. Agnsslz Xind faml'y
will go up nn Tantalus Monday to ic
main a month.
S. T. Alexander was among the ar
rivals fioni San Francisco in the Ala
The steamship Nevadan, which salty)
for San I'raiuisco at 6 p m. tudav,
will enrrj mall.
A Lewis Jr. kaves for San Francis'
co In the Sonoma. He will be away
Ihc or six weeks.
The weekly edition of tbe Evening
Bulletin gles a complete summary of
the news ot the day.
Corns and Ingrowing nails success
JSLiSLiS;1 JS2- r- U0Sl.e - -
Oregon block, Hotel street.
Mis. Annie Montague-Turner gives
a dinner party Monday evening nt
"Mlgnon" cottage, Deretanla avenue.
The wedding of Miss Kntherju Wld
ill II eld and Mr. Ilyron llalrd will take
place on September 3 in Central Union
Jncob Coerpcr of the Kona Kau Hall
load Company will be hack here with
in sixty days. At last accounts he was
In New York.
There will be regular work In tic
first and second rank at Wm. McKlnlev
Lodge K. of P. at Harmon) Hall this
evening at 7.30 o'clock.
Mrs. May Mott Smith Illrd, who
sprained her ankle n few weeks ago
was out again yesterday although she
Is compelled to use crutches.
A social to members will be given In
the Y. M, C. A. parlors this evening at
8 o'clock. There will he music and
short talks on various topics.
F. M. Urooks, Frank Thompson nrd
Homy P. Koth will be among tboso
who will leave on the excursion steam
er Ke Au Hon for Maul on Monday
Tho cricketers will get together this
afternoon on the Makll.l parade
grouilds. The two teams will be cap
tained by It. W. Anderson and It. A.
A. A. Young and hildo tetuined In
the Alameda yesterday from their hon
eymoon trip to the Mainland. A laigo
party went out In tho Waterwltch to
greet Ml. and Mrs. Young.
Among the hoisemen who left for
Maul In the Mauna I.oa yesterday were
the following: Otis Schuman, Willie
Lucas. I). L. Davis, Thomas, I'lggott,
Ilallemlne and Dickenson.
The best tho market affords at the
most reasonable prices. The I'alnce
drill meals and service can't be beat
Family dinners in private looms a spe
cialty. Palace Grill, Ucthcl street.
Don't forget Camarlnos ot the Call
fornlt Fruit Market when you want
fruit and vegetables. He alnas has
on band a fresh supply of both Califor
nia and Island trulls. Telephone Main
E. D. Qlffard, A. W. Hecn. Mrs. T.
K. James, Itev. A. Mackintosh, Miss
I. Schacfer, C. Waldeyer, A. A. Youug,
M. Wldemann, nnd Mrs. Young wero
among the arrivals In the Alameda
The wireless telegraph service Is
now open for business to Mahukona
and all points on Hawaii and Maul.
Telegrams will be received at tho Inter-Island
Telegraph Company's oft'oe,
lower Fort street.
Dlshop Itestarlck preaches his ftrt
sermon at W o'clock Sunday moinlng
in St. Andrew's Cathedral. In the
evening ni V.30, Ilev. Arthur Evans
of the Church of tho Ascension, I.oa
Angeles, will occupy the pulpit.
Senator Uurton, a member of the
Commission which will visit Hawaii
soon, may arrive before the other
members of the body. The plans or
the Commission aro to at rive heio n
the Korea, sailing from San Franclsej
On Saturday next there will ho a ie
ception to the Sisters Albeitlna and
neat lice to mark tho close of their
long career In connect It n with the con
duct of St, Andrew's Priory. The Gov
ernor will be ashed to allow tho baud
to be piesent.
The Chamber of Commeico will hold
a meeting on Wednesday afternoon n
? o'clock, at which time the report of
Mr, Pratt, tho commissioner who prj
Bented tho claim for Federal aid In
paying tho fire claims, at Washington,
will be presented,
Among tho departing passengers n
the Peru last evening was A. K. Oji
vva, who has been in charge of the tin
wallan Planters Association Labor I)u
reaii for some time He has been In
poor health for some time and Is tak
ing the trip for rest ami recuperatlm.
i He expects to be back here tn about
S 1 HIM
CABIN BOY ACCUSES
COOK OF THE MURDER
SENSATIONAL STATEMENT IN
COURT BY ALLEGED SLAYER
OF CAPTAIN JACOBSEN OF
THE FRED. J. WOOD.
Tanbarn Ulsabuio, as the wholo
name of the Frul. J. Wood 8 cab'n
boy Is, yesterday afternoon made tho
statement In comt ho had been so env
ious to make from the start of his pre
llmlnary examination He showed this
desire whon he declined to cross ques
tion witnesses, salng be wanted to
tell his own story. Oto, who tiled to
screen lilm, was himself charged br
the boy with the murder.
Commissioner E. S. Olll. after tho
evidence of Oto Kltagawa, cook of the
vessel, had been completed, asked Tan
barn If he wanted to make a statement.
"I want to know If I am to have a
fair trial? Will I have a Juiy trial?
the prisoner asked
Mi Olll told him ho would explain
.the position to him, which he forth
with did in the following remarks to
"You have been arrested under n
complalut signed by II. Mcjer, the
first mate of the schooner Fred. J,
Wood, charged with the murder of tho
captain, Jorgcn J. Jacobsm, on the
30th day of July, A. D. 1902. Your
present examination has been held bo
fore mu as United States Commission
er for tho purpose of determining win
tluT jou shall be held to answer to an
iO' concerning the murder"of the cap-
Int nsllirntlnn In lm mn.1.. ! n . I
tain, and for this purpose only. You
are not. on trial for tho offense, nor
can any finding made by me detcrmino
In any manner your guilt or Innocence.
On this examination the United States
Government has now finished nnd con
cluded Its case. There Is no law un
der which yon are required now lo
either Intioduce witucsscs or to ma'.cu
any statement yourself. Further, It In
not probable that any testimony ot
witnesses to be introduced by you, or
any statement made ny you, cither un
der oath or not, would change the re
sult of my finding. 1 further deslro to
Btato to )oi that any statement freely
and voluntarily mado by you at this
time may, should the government so
elect, be used against you on the trial
of your case, should you bo Indicted
foi tho murder ot tho captain. On tho
other hand, It Is my duty to state tn
you that you havo the right on th's
bearing to have witnesses called to!
testify In your defense, nud It Is your
right to testify y out self, or to make
any statement you may dcslic. Under
these conditions, do you deslic to call
any witnesses, or take the stand or
make a statement yoursolf?" I
The Prisoner's Statement.
Tanbara Ousaburo then made tin
following statement through the Inter-,
preter. which he lufoimcd Dlstilct At-'
tnrney Ilreckons was fieo and voli-n
taty. He also Insisted un having Oto
remain In tbe couitroom while he mado
bis statement, lu which he accuses tho
cook of killing Captain Jaeohscn
I wish to commence telling tho
story of the killing of the captain, be
ginning nn the morning of the day of
the killing Tho killing of the captain
on Wednesday morning, I hnvo seen it
"The low started from a tin of corn
beef and tho ilco I piepaied for the
captain The captain first told a man
by the name of Kltagawa to prepare n
sweet soup on Wednesday morning
The cook asked the captain whether
ho had uny cooking book or not. The
captain said that he hud no cooking
book. Tho captain told tho cook that
he would show him how to mako thd
sweet soup, to get n dried apple with
some other thing and then mix them,
put some sago in with the dried appl,
boll them, and then It would beconu
Tho captain asked tho cook, Klta
gawa, whether ho had any diled applo
or not Kltagawa, tho cook, answered
that ho had diled apples. Tho eaptnlu
asked tho cook to bIiow him vvhcrt
the dried apples wero kept; the cook
showed tho captain the place whero
tho dried apples were Kept under thfl
tab! In the galley, Theio was a can of
(mu beef and a tlu of ilec in that
'Wheie did you get this corn beef
and this tin ot rleo lrom," asked tho
"I uecd these things," said the took
Tho captain said to the cook, "You
uu u thief for taking these things
'You ure a thief, too," said tho cook
to tho captain. The cook said to ihc
captain, "You promised that you would
pay mo fully -five dullais u month."
"Sluie you signed a receipt lor for
ty-two tlollaiB, that Is the only amount
you uro entitled to," said the captain
to the cook.
The cook said to mo captain 'Von
promised to give me foity-flve dollars.
and now you only want to give forty-
two dollais. so I eannot but cull vou
horse and deei (haka this ti miniated
by Interpieter liteially Into "horse
and deer" as being tho worbt form nt
cuises and oaths In Japanese Ian
'Captain said that he would pay the
cook and tho boy together the sum of
clxty dollars per month," took said to
the captain. "You are keeping those
thrre dollars foi your children' aien't
At this point the cook was icmoved
from the court room In oidri that tho
witness might be left fiee to make
such statement as he wished To this
the defendant demurred, saying' "I
want that cook to lemaln hero In this
room. 1 want you all now In this loom
to umlei stand that I want the took to
lieai my statement, nnd that I do not
wish to give any stattmen In his ah
Upon tho lequest of Mr Iliockons,
Oto was then ordered tetuined to the
Continuing: "Kltagawa said lo the
This -wonderful medicine has never
been equalled as a stomach strength
fcner nnd health builder. It Is the only
ono to tnkd when your system Is weak
and run down and you suffer from
dyspepsia, Indigestion, constipation,
flatulency, sour stomach or headache.
Try it. It will surely do you good. Bo
sure to get tho gcnulno with our Pri
vate Die Stamp over tho neck ot tbe
captain and be, tho
cook, picked up tho knife and slabbed
nt the captain. 1 was sitting down at
that time when I positively saw the
cook stab the captain on his side.
When I picked up the knife I saw tha
Frenchman who testified here yester
day rome out through the window.
"While I and tho captain were grab
blng hold of each other, I saw the cook
come out and put a pistol tn his pocket
and go outside. The captain and I both
fell on tho floor, I holding the knife In
my right band. The Frenchman wat
standing back of us at that time, neo
the galley. After five minutes have
elapsed the second mate arrived at Wv)
Scene; when the second mate drew the
knife that I bad In my rlght"hand
away, ho accidentally cut the thumb
of my left band, and then the first mats
arrived and tluee sailors arrived aff!t
the first mate, then the wife of tho cap
tain arrived and stood at the top of
tho ladder, crying. Tbe second mate
and the threo sailors carried tbe cap
tain up on top ot tbe ladder. The first
mate told me to get up, so I got up,
when I got up tho first mate handcuff
ed me; as I was thirsty at that time I
asked the cook to give mo water; when
1 looked at the cook I saw that ho did
not have a shirt on, but that ho baj
au undershirt on. 1 asked tho cook
'What have you dono with your shirt
that you had on this morning?' Tha
cook said, 'As I have stabbed the cap
tain, I have thiown the knife and the
shirt that I had Into tho sea, for thy
were stained with blood.' The flr3l
mute ordered me to go up on deck, so
I. did, the wife of the captain said to
me. 'You nrc the assailant of my bus
band, and theieroio I must kill you,
striking me In tho nose as she sa'-l
that 'Are you going to kill mu?' asked
I of tho wife of the captain. 1 wag
placed In the confinement In tho hold
near the mainmast until I was arrest
ed and brought up heie. Wo arrived
licio the night beloie last, tho night
of the day before yestciday. The off I
eer told mo to go on deck, bo I went
on deck Kltagawa said, 'When we ft
to ti Kit do not say anything nonscnsl
tal' (miieha: may mean nouscnslenl,
unintelligible, without foundation or
unreasonable). When I and Kltagawa
wero In the bout facing each other,
theio was n white man who sat neat
us that could understand. Jnpanesa
well, Kllngawa said to me, 'Did you
not sny anything ubout tho cutting
with the knite?'
The white man, who understands
Japanese, said to tho cook, 'What did
you say Just now?' Kltagawa said.
The captain had cut this boy's hand
hee' (exhibiting thumb on left hand).
tho white man said to Kltagawa, 'I
have lived in Japan and know the
Japanese language well you, Kltaga
wa, nro a very bad man.
In the first station there was nn
conversation passed between me and
Kltagawa, but In the second station ei
the Jail Kltagawa said to me, 'Don't
say anything In the court,' 'When wn
havo trial If you say you would kill to
day or kill tomorrow, nnd when I
make a confession you will be found
hot guilty,' said Kltagawa to me.
Kltagawa suld to me, 'When wo di
stand before tho trial, state that tho
euptalu had grabbed hold of my left
hind and dragged me to the galley,
and there tho captain kicked me twice
In (ho leg.' Kltagawa said to mo ti
state that since the captain had kick
me Hint I bit his nose Kltagawa told
me to state that as I would not let pa
of tho er Ruin's nose he, the captain,
picked up n Knife with his left hand
und whli y-il It up tn the air, and I
took away the knife with my right
hand Kltagawa told me to stnto that
when I was taking the knlfo away
fioni the captain with my right hand,
that by accident, this placo (pointing
to his fate) was cut, Kltagawa told
me lo stato tlat tho reason why this
place was cut (pointing at tho groin)
was duo to tho fait that while I and
the taptaln weie In the donkey room,
struggling ucar the engine, wo both
fell down and tho taptaln fell on tho
Ml I re, whlth was being held by me In
my light hand sticking up.
ivuuguwn said to me, 'It you ro
slate, everything will bo all right.
That's nil. 1 heg of you to state all cf
Aftci tho heating yesteiday, the
took told the Dlstilct Attorney that
laubai.t did kill the captain. This
was a decided variation from his sworn
testimony Hint the captain dining i
btiiwgle with the boy fell on tho Imlfn
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A frenh tupply It on hand and
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All goods delicrcd free In town.
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srstanla Street, Corner Alakta.
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