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JCVKNINU BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., FMDAY. JANUAIIY E, 1803.
THE REASON WHY
You can find Jutt the cult you want here, It becaute we have the larg.
est stock of gents' clothing In the town. Many different patternt, In noth
ing but late stylet.
(Globe Clothing Co.
04 Hotel Stiieet.
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COR. HOTEL AND FORT 8TREET8 UPSTAIR8.
Notice lo Holders of Bonds
Walalua Agricultural Go,, Ltd
Pursuait to a Kesoiutlon passed by
tbo Directors of tho Walalua Agricul
tural Company, Ltd., at a regularly
called meeting held on October 24th,
1905, and acting under authority of a
Resolution passed by tho Shareholders
of the said Walalua Agricultural Co.,
Ltd. at a duly called special meeting
held on Octuoer 19th, 1905, the existing
Issue of Bonds, for One Million Dol
lars In all, will be refunded on March
Under authority of the said Resolu
tions a new Issue of Bonds for Ono
Million Five Hundred Thousand Dol
lars ($1,600,000.00) In all will bo made,
said Bonds to be dated March 31st,
190C, bearing Interest at tho rate of 6
per annum, payable semiannually on
tho last days of March and September
of each year, for a term of 20 years,
with tho option reserved to the wala
lua Agricultural Company, Ltd., of re
deeming tho whole or any part of said
Bonds on March 31st, 1910, or on any
Interest-paying data thereafter; said
Bonds to bo secured by Deed of Trust
on the property of the Company,
which shall provide for the annual pay
ment to the Trustee of 10 of tho net
profits of the Company, to be Invested
as a sinking fund for the redemption
of said Bonds.
Holders of tho existing lssuo of
Bonds may exchange their holdings for
an equivalent face-value of tho new Is
sue, on the basis of 98 for tho lattor,
(dlffcrenco to be paid to Bondholders
cither In U. S. Cold Coin or In addl
tlonal Bonds at
A RAISIN FEATURE
For a short time only we will sell
choice seedless SULTANA RAISINS
at the ridiculously low price of
12 1-2 c. pep lb
This Is highest grade fruit and war
ranted clean and sound.
The regular price of these splen
did Raisins Is 20c. per pound and we
are offering them for 12J4c per pound,
solely In order to Introduce them.
J. M. LEVY & Go,
'PHONE MAIN 149.
D MM FOUND
how, carve a chicken. Decapitation
was effected In tho same careful man
ner. Hole In the Skull.
I1 "The hole In the skull could easily
'have teen caused by a heavy thrust
with a penknife. Tho whole ghastly
lob could readily havo been performed
with a penknltc. There Is nothing to
tuow that the outrageous deed could
not have been performed with tho
Itlnitn nf an rtftltin tf nnulm' tr -! a 11a.
sulfation with Superintendent of Pub- iibcratey tle fiendish butcher took off
lie Works Holloway about holding bark ftr u' nnd hcad gtudloU8,y ,ollow.
en contracts under tho loan bill, owing lng tjl0 j0ntgt '
Sr.nV,n,'i..,.n:."Jl' 8eA' "'I "Vcs; there were other mutilations,
nor Carter Is quoted as follows:
I am not at nil sanguine as to tho
Governor Carter has been In con-
No. CO. TEHIUTORY OF HAWAII,
COUIIT OF LAND IlEGISTHA
TION. milUTOUY OF HAWAII to H, P.
BALDWIN, OSCAH WHITE, C.
W. BOOTH, W. A. KINNKY, TEH
IltTOUY OF HAWAII by E. C.
PETEH3 ns Atlomoy General;
and to all whom It may concern;
Oceanic Steamship Company
The steamers of this lino will arrlvo and leave this port as hereoaieet
FROM SAN FRANCI8COI
disposition of our" bonds. From assur
ances Tecclvcd two months ago wo wero
confident that wo could sell three and
n half per cent bonds at pub.lc auction
for 98, the lowest limit under the law.
To establish a 3W per cent, rate of In
terest we had the bonds printed In that
When we found that the Insuranco
tonguo had been cut out and tho Kent
tal organs had been attacked by tho
No Stains on Trousers.
"Tho little fellow's trousers wero
not burled with tho body. They wero
found some llttlo dlstanco away.
There wero no blood stains on these.
Mn. .na Itinrn nnv mu.1
I "The Intestines were found some
.. ,h If. ..i i V. , n..,iJ .. Zk thirty reel away from tho corpse. Why,
un tho bonds would be nearly as much .'..,.,- ,iBm ,rnm ,hn hml- ,h''
w. hJmVi .U Mr ftmSlI Sm.ll "rCtch Bh0Uld haV thf0Wn thOm'sop-
1 , n vnrl wiVh .An ii "" rom the rest of the pieces of tho
go to New York with tho bonds. As i ,. ,.nn,i . ...i,.,
the authority rested largely on him, It ' ' P
was considered well that he should be ,!JiK i: .. -,..,.11.111.,. , ....
on the ground to decide any matter rel-' "" ' " rp0!,V.bS,r,inP ihn
atlvo to tho bonds which might arise. f mruti , i,n .miin?
"When the matter was In the hands'1'0 ,n ,rd" l b"r.y ,'J '" a "n,?","
i- a. i.i. .,. 1 i. space, but this seems, to me, unlikely.
w ,.i. mini. euu tttu iiiiiiicDivii vwio -r ' ,. i . r ,u- i.i-
wnill,1 hnva llllln nr nn .tlfllul. I " rao lUBHUCU lu iuyui m n
that tho murderer mutilated tho body
dfni Ilia tlltn In (hrt fnllAvvlncr rlnanf-lli.
incredible as it may appear. Tho! n,t land:
WhcrcoB, n petition has been pr-;i,,"" ' '
entcd to said Court by OKOItOE PAR.I "".''' '"
IELEI3 CASTLE to register and con- A;DA
that ho would have little or no dimcul
ty In disposing of the bonds, but that
cupjiosltlon seems to havo been erroneous."
ThaYokohamaSpecla Bank. Ltd
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Capital .Paid Up Yen 18.000.000
Reserved Fund Yen 9,940,000
HEAD OFFICE, YOKOHAMA.
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1906, to the Hawaiian Trust Company,
Limited. Blank forms of this agree
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or may be had at the offlco of the Ha
waiian Trust Company, Limited.
Honolulu, November 2, 1905.
O. P. CASTLE.
Treasurer Walalua Agr'l Co., Ltd.
3220 Jan. C. 190C.
HONOLULU BRANCH, 67 KINQ ST,
It burns them
(Continued from Piss I.)
cd corpse, late In the afternoon ot
Wednesday, shortly after tho body was
discovered. Dr. Wood Is tho Walalua
plantation physician and tho long es
tablished doctor ot the largo district
of nil Walalua. Ho was at onco called
lo the rudely constructed gravo, open
ed by tho discoverers of the hacked
remnants of what was onco a Joyous
little boy, tho pride of his father and
his mother's darling. Thu authorities
deemed it proper that tho opinion of
a medical expert should bo obtained
ns to the manner ot death. Possibly
tho doctor might also throw somo
Unlit on the motive of the crime.
But let Dr. Wood tell his own story.
He was Interviewed in tbo llttlo vil
lage of Walalua by a Bulletin man
Recalls Horrid Details.
Dr. Wood, questioned by the report'
cr. had the following to say. Ho seem'
ed not anxious 10 talk. Ho Is a wlt
ness beforo tho coroner's Jury and was
probably inclined to rcscrvo freedom
of speech until ho should appear be
oro that body. Nevertheless his first
rcscrvo wore off ns tho horrlblo de
tails so recently under his notice pass'
cd again through his mind.
Said tho doctor: "When I first
reached tho scene I was struck by tho
unusual tho rcmarkablo mutilation ot
tho remains. The body tho pieces of
tho tiny body lay scattered on tho
ground near what seemed to bo
with a view to making it unrccognlz'
"Yes; I carefully examined tho body.
Vhero was nothing to provo that tho
murderer had accomplished any other
Stranger Than Fiction.
"I observed that all the cuts on and
about tho face and bead ran in ono di
rectiondownward. Now It somo wri
ter of fiction had been describing tbo
ghastly mutilations I bavo mentioned
and then added tbnt the mouth was
silt from car to car, it seems to mo
I hat tho reader would havo reason to
remark that the author was stretching
a point. But Is nevertheless tho fact.
It struck me as curious; I don't know
why, exactly, but it did.
"I should say that, when I viewed
tho b6dy, It had been dead four or flvo
hours at tho most.
"Johnsonl Tho man under nrrestl
Lo I know him? Well, yes; bo's fre
nuentlv como under my observation.
Yes: I'vo given him medicine. What
fort Well, generally for a cold. Ho
has frequently como to my. offlco In n
Jolly sort ot a way and said lio'd been
drinking or had caught cold steeping
"No: I can't Bay that I over thought
(here was anything wrong with him
picnlally. I know very llttlo of him,
really. I'vo merely seen him ns an or
dinary and occasional patient with a
host of others. Ho works on tho plan
tation and gets drunk sometimes. 1
pever noticed anything particularly
unusual about him. I should say he
was a man about 40 years ot age.
"Tho thrust with some comparative
ly small sharp Instrument In tho nat
urally soft skull of the child was alone
sufficient to cause almost Instant
death. I cannot say whether this
vound was mado first or when It waB
made. There was no contortion in thv
Beginning at tho Ilosebank Trlanmt-
latlon Station and running by truo azi
muths ns follows;
(1) 238 14' 336 feet along slopo to
an Iron pin;
(2) 326' 45' 191 feet up slopo along
Lot 21a to an Iron pin;
(3) 332 26' 289 foot along Lots 21
and 20 to an iron pin;
(4) 354 17' 132 feet to an Iron pin
on tho upper side of Kalulanl
(5) 88 00' 81 6-10 feet along Kalu
(6) 120' 45 85 feet along same;
(7) 132 45' 123 feet along same,
(8) 152 25' 49 feet along samo;
(9) 130 20' 47 C10 feet along samo;
(10) 70 30' 52 8-10 feet along Bamo
to an Iron pin;
(11) 135 56' 264 foct to tho initial
point, and containing an area
of 3 14-100 Acres, a llttlo moro or less,
being Lots 22a, 22, 23. and 24, of tho
Pacific Heights Tract, being a portion
of L. C. A. 273, Part 1, IL P. No. 302
lo Joseph Booth, in Kowalo, Honolulu,
You aro hereby cited to appear at
tiio Court of Land Registration, to be
held at Honolulu, Island of Oahu. on
tho 16th day ot January, A. I).. 1906,
at ono o'clock nnd thirty minutes In
1 ho afternoon, to show causo, it any
you have, why the prayer of said peti
tion should not bo granted. And un
less you appear at said Court at the
tlmo and placa aforesaid your default
will bo recorded, and tho said petition
will ba taken as confessed, nnd you
will be forever barred from contesting
raid petition or any decrco entered
Witness. PHILIP L. WEAVER. In
quire, Judga of said Court, this 15th
day of December, In the year nlnctocn
hundred nnd five.
Attest with Scat of said Court.
(Seal) . W. L. HOWARD.
3256 Dec. 15, 22, 29; Jan. 6.
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PHONE BLUE 1801. HONOLULU
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Nos. 44-50 King 8L, Kataey Block, bet
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F BREAD, CAKE8, COOKIES, ETC.
EVERY DAY AT THE
PERFECTION HOME BAKERY
BERETANIA and EMMA 8T8.
U sut4 ml Ktm b v si lu rn.
fnLUff bM !W MlUxf
Rat and Roach Paste
They nub oat of doort for tlr
and vaiar J qukily dw.
Ifwitlvtlr niriDlml pun
4Ui tw retmtr,cockmftrbr
until rvmsBXv "
small, shallow cravo. evidently mado muscles of tho body. Naturally, after
In a hurry. rovcranco, tho muscles of tho limbs
"I knelt by tho sldo of tbo trunk would relax, Tbe hands wero not
that dlsmcmborcd section which was clenched. If tboy had been In the
I itself fiendishly ripped and torn and
placed my hand on tbo flesh.
Flesh Was Warm.
For a moment I was Impressed
JUST TO HAND
GONSALVES & CO.,
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MANUFACTURERS OF HAWAIIAN
113 HOTEL 8TREET nr. FORT ST.
bcfilnnlnE they would open after th
amputation of tho arms.
Examined the Prisoner. '
Yes; I was present when tho po
with thn wsrmnosa nr thn .nrinn. Km . llco removed Johnson's clothing. Ills
a moment I thought death could havo shirt front and bis underclothes were
occurred but recently. I placed my ! spotted with well, I would say It wni
hand on my own. by way of compart'
son of temperature and realized that
the temperature vf tho llttlo corpse
was almost as great as that of my
own living flesh. I had Inferred, pre-
blood; but remember that I havo not
mado the scientific examination into
this. That is to bo mado in Honolulu,
"I noticed that whllo tho prisoner's
underclothes wero stained with bloo
ADMINISTRATRIX'S NOTICE TO
Tho undersigned having been duly
appointed administratrix of tho cstato
or tho lato Ned Qlllcsple. deceased,
hereby gives notlco to all persons hav
ing claims against said estate to pre
i.ent samo to Henry Smith, at his offlco
lu tho Judiciary Bulldlug, Honolulu,
v, lihln six mouths from dato or they
will bo forovcr barred.
All persons Indebted to said cstato
iOo requested to mako Immodlato set
tlement with tho Bald Henry Smtih.
Honolulu, December 2t, 1903.
Administratrix Estato Ned Gil
lespie, 3267 Dec. 20; Jan. 512, 19, 20.
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Won to this, that tho child had been nnd earth, his trouners bore no signs
killed several hours oco and tho. or citncr.
warmth of tho Ilcsli rather surprised "Tho prisoner did not tell mo how
mo. Then I observed that tho hody.tlio stains got there.
had been lying In such a position that. "Tho blood stains certainly cams
beneath the very thin layer of earth from no wound on his own person, foi
which hnd cohered it. It had been I caroiuiiy examined mm.
right in the heat of tho sun. I felt tho "Whon I saw tho prisoner ho did nol
earth about where tho body was round ttrlku me as being other thau sano.
and discovered that It was also warm.' Naturally ho was anxious anil ho ask
This seamed to explain tho warmth ot cd mo what they wero going to do with
the body. I him. Any man, innocent or guilty
The Butcher's Work. would bo anxious under tho clrciim
"Tho remains wero separated In stnncos."
tamo dozen nieces. Tho head had .What the Sheriff 8ays.
been cut off. Both forearms had been County Sheriff llrown felt that no
amputated at tho elbows. Both legs mistake had been mado In tho arrest
had been removed at tho kneo Joints, or i-rank Joiinaon.
Tne eyes had been gouged out. Tho "Circumstantial ovldcnco of tho
noso had boen split and slashed. Tho strongest naturo points to tho guilt of
rars had been. cut. Tho llttlo mouth Johnson," said tho Sheriff, In effect
had been slit on cither side, from car .to tho Bulletin representative, at tb
,A ah- Tha AnMln 1. n .1 h.nn InM nnnn ' 1 tnlol Wfl ftntol Wftlnlllfl. tdftt nVPnltlff
right from back of tho top of tho head Sheriff Brown, when intortlowod,
lawn over tbo forehead to tho nose.'naa tne toiiowing to say in rcpiy 10
a hnln had horn driven in tho tenilor luu reporters Questions: "ino man
skull lust back of lho head, about tho wo bellovo td bo guilty of this fearful
center. There wero nlcliB or jabs hero crlmo Is In tho court houso Jail. Ills
and there on tho faco. Tho abdomen name Is Frank Johnson. Ho is appat
had been slashed open by a longltudl- tally at least u years ot ago. i woui
pal cut, and tho Intestines, heart and not say that ho Is 'lolo.'
Iiinirti nml llvpr tnrn ntit tmm thn timlv Doesn't Think Him Insane.
nnd the amnutated left forearm of tno ' do not think ho Is Insane H
I.- . -. .. A !.- ...- . '.... . ..1..I ... .t.- kn.n nff linn..
imam nau ucen uirum imu mu luru nm urrcaiuu ui uiu numu u. .i-m
abdomen. (Wharton, with whom ho had lived lor
"Buried with tho body was found tbo jcars. Ho has been paying for his
little Jacket the child had worn, all board, 110 a month. He is squnro on
blood-coated and muddy, Ithls account and has a receipt to that
Eye Turned Inward. I effect. Ho was very friendly with
"One of thu eyes, after being gouged Wharton. Ho has been hero about tea
cut, hnd been thrust back Into Its! (Continued on Page 8)
bockct, so that lho pupil was turned In- j:."-wils, ,
ward and tho wrong siuo stuck out In r I TTr'Mminr' V
a horrible manner. I did not see tlio.D I AUlilUKljll
other eye, I bellovo It could not bo -
found. It must have "been thrown Office of the Commltteo of Itoads and
away. The noso was not cut otr, as. Bridges, Board of Supervisors,
PUBLIC LANDS NOTICE.
Notlco Is hereby glvon that at 12
o'clock noon, Saturday, January 6th,
1906, thero will bo sold at Public Auc
tion under tho provisions ot Part 4,
Section IT, Land Act, 189S, at tho
front cntranro to tho Judiciary Build
ing, Honolulu, tho following Beach
Lots at Hauula, Koolauloa, Oahu:
Lot No. Area. Upset Price,
-Is kept on file at E.
C. DAKE'S ADVER-
,124 Ssnsome St, San Franslseo, Cal.,
where contracts for advertising can
bo made for IL
Fine Job Printing at Tho Bulletin
ROYAL PALM, and
PLANT8 FOR SALE A T
MR8. E. M. TAYLOR, FLORIST.
TEL. MAIN S3S
General Freight Agent
somo say It was; It was silt on either
side and slashed in tho middle.
Dirt Rubbed In,
Blank books of all sorts, ledgers,
etc.. manufactured by the F-ullstln Pub
County of Oahu. T. of II
Scaled proposals will be received by
the above named commltteo at I ho or
"Into nil the onds of tho butchered flee oftho chairman. No. 655 Fort
flesh had been rubbed soil. Dirt, It htrect, Honolulu, until 12 o'clock M.,
seemed, had boen thoroughly rubbed January 6. 196fi. for macadamizing a
into all the 'parts where blood would section ot the Pall rond In accordance 'a mile mauka of tho Rapid Transit line
havo flowed. I cannot say whether with the nlans and aneclflcatlons on fllo to Kalmuki. and front on good roads
this was done with tho idea of stop- with the above named commltteo at 'running mauka, from Walalae Road,
ping the flow of blood. Such, Indeed, the office of the chairman, whero full opposlto 6th Avenue,
1 871a. ft 1100.00
2 8232 " 100.00
3 9.1H " 100.00
4 T .. 9208 " 100.00
G 8075 " 100.00
C 6501 " 100.00
7 5188 " 100.00
8 ,. 5987 " 100.00
9 19517 ' 200.00
10 18376 " 200.00
U 22429 " 260.00
12 21937 " 250.00
13 20181 " 250.00
Particular attention should be glvon
to theso lots by thoso who deslro
beach property for summer homes.
The lots havo frontago ot from seventy
flvo (75) to two hundred (200) foct on
tho main road around Oahu, and prac
tically tho samo number ot feet on the
Terms; Cash, U. S. Gold Coin.
For plans and further particulars, ap
ply at Department of Public Lands, Ju
diciary Building, Honolulu.
JA8. W. PRATT. .
Commissioner ot Public i-ands.
Honolulu, December 6th, 1905.
3218 Dec. 6 9 16 23 30; Jan. &
PUBLIC LAND8 NOTICE.
Notlco Is hereby given that at 12
o'clock noon, Saturday, January Cth,
lt)0(i, there will bo sold at Public Auc
tion under tho provisions of Part VII
(Cash Freeholds), Land Act, 1895, at
tho front entrance to tho Judiciary
Building, Honolulu, tbo following lots
or tho Publlo Land of Pukelc, Palolo,
Lot No. Area, Value.
6 2.01 Acres $160.00
10 2.17 Acres .'. 175.00
Theso lots are classed as Agricultur
al Land, aro located about ono-balf ot
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might have been tho Idea ot tbo per- Information will be furnlsbod on appll
petrator ot the awful crime. cation,
"Dismemberment had been effected The right Is reserved to reject any
ve-y carefully. The bands and feet, or or all bids,
rather the arms and legs, wero not J. LUCAS and E. It. ADAMS,
hacked off, but carefully amputated at Committee Roads and Bridges,
tbo joints, as ono might, who knows 3272-21
Plans of the lots and full particulars
may bo obtained at the Land Depart
ment, Judiciary Building, Honolulu.
JA8. W. PKATT,
Commissioner of Public Lands.
Honolulu, T. H., December Cth, 1905,
3251 Dec. 9, 16, 23, 30; Jan. 5.
pure distilled wall-
Delivered to any part ot
city by courteous drlvors,
Oahu Ice and Electric Ce
Kewato, Telephone Blue I 111
OF ALL KIND8.
Dealers In Lumber and Cgt-I
ALLEN & ROBIN80N,
Queen St, Honolulu.
H, J. NOLTE.
SANITARY PLUMBINQ AND
it RIQHT PRICES when you order
S K. AKI & CO.,
1028 SH'.ITH STREET.
Beaver Lunch Room
The Bike Doctor. I have all
stock of wheels. Repairta
oar specialty. Wheels Rest
ed. Two Stores: 163 Klag sK.
Hotel near River.
Vina Joh Printing ru Th RntUfta
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