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BVBNINO BULLETIN. HONOLULU. T. H SATURDAY, JANUARY 6, 1006.
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A Wen's VICI KID, BLUCHER CUT, Medium
Wide Toe, Winter Weight, Watcrprool Sole.
A Boot That Men Commend
That You Will Value,
S Mclnerny Shoe Store
UK) FORT STREET
sl I i! if If yu have
m illlPtoyou now $50,00
Sniturev Rugs, Matting, &c,
jjP the balance on Easy Payments.
jllr 0ur pr'ces are the ,owes! our S0(Js
the best, and your Credit with us is Good.
Coyne Furniture Co,,
$ It's Good J!
i!; Have you ever tried an Ap- ;!;
JJJ pie Butter and Wafer Sand- -j-
(15 wlch? The wafer mutt be (l
fl) crisp and the Apple Dutter ?J
ft) the belt. For the filling we (()
ft recommend rt
$ Apple Butter jg
M It la made of select apple, m
; the beat elder and pure '
'J aplcea made by the cleanly (I
procesiei which have come
i to be Known at "the Heinz
W Way." Try tome of this Ap- !T
fl pie Butter with wafers. f
j It comes In convenient (f
m stone cr6ckB. a
g H. Hackfeld & Go. Lid.
(fl Wholesale Distributor!. fl)
Headquarters for automobiles with
a splendidly equipped fireproof garage.
VON HAMM-YOUNG COMPANY, Ltd.
187 MERCHANT STREET.
Lots for Sale
In KAPIOLANI PARK ADDITION,
KALIHI, and other dssIrbU lecalltlst
Also 1 JUMPSBAl BUOKZOARD,
e:ond-band; good as new.
W. P. FULLER and CO.'O
Pure Prepared Paint
l.i a Pacific Ccait product, composed
of pure lead, pure zinc and linseed oil.
It Is unexcelled for durability and un
surpassed for beauty of finish. It Is
a perfect paint In all requisites. This
peerless paint Is perfectly prepared,
snd when you buy It you obtain Just
exactly what you pay for.
Lewers & Cooke,
177 SO. KING ST.
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we are prepared to supply KEE LO
CARBON PAPER and BERKSHIRE
TYPEWRITING PAPER, than which
there Is none better made. We also
furnish other typewriter supplies at
the most reasonable prices.
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EXCITED MOB MEET3
(Continued from Page 1.)
1ho reporter took another seat and
the prisoner looked out of tho window.
Shortly after tho Sliurllf iolned Dovle.
At 1'enrl City a locomotive cnglncrr
opened thy door of the car and stooil
lur a moment looking at tho prisoner.
'Hello, Johnson," ho said, at length.
Tho murderer looked up and Lis face
Lroku Into something lllio a smlln.
,Hcllo,, he replied, and thcii again
looked out of the window.
Although Johnson wan put aboard
tho train at Walalun with tho hand
cuffs on, they ymto removed, as ho
complained or them hurting him. As
the train approached tha city Doyle
cgaln adjusted thu bracelets. As tho
btatlon was reached tho big crowd on
tho platform was Been by tho police,
l'oylo pulled down the blind near tho
prisoner, Doylo and tho Sheriff, when
tiic train tamo to a stand, took tho
prUoner between them to tho car plat
form and then, instead of alighting nn
the station platform, they bustled him
off on the other Bide, between tho Wal
rtlua train and a lluo of cars standing
on an adjacent track, with the Idea of
r.urrvlng him to a hack waiting at th
station entrance. Tho crowd, which
nau ucen clamoring for a sight of the
criminal, soon discovered tho trlrk
and rushed along tho platform to thu
entrance to get a glimpse of him as
he was takcu to the street.
As tho Sheriff and Doyle, with thu
prisoner between them, backed by thu
special police, emerged from tho lano
between thu trains, outo that end of
the station platform near tho now
ncws-Btand, tho mob surged around
them, lighting for positions from which
they could see tho prisoner. Johnson
pppenred frlghteiud and slunk cluito
o the Sheriff, half again as tall as tha
wretch, Clearly was there a louk of
deep couccrn oil his face. i
As he passed, tho pollco'rushlng lilru
li rough the crowd, members of tha
crowd hurled unprintable epithets at
thu murderer; two or threo women,
perhaps fearing that thcro might bo a
Bcene, ecroamcil; and thero were nu
inioiis shouts such as "Ho ought to h
treated llko he treated tho ktd! "Look
at tho beast!"
Tho Sheriff and Doyle literally
.hrcw tho fellow Into hack No. 4. It
was just beforo he entered tho hack
that a woman spat upon him. Sho wax
tobblng perhaps with excitement.
Her namo could not bo ascertained.1
Doylo took tho scat besldo tho prison
er and tho Sheriff took tho scat beside
tho driver, nnd tho rush to the police
Matlon becan. tho crowd shoutlnc
oaths after tho retreating hack. I
The driver of tho Dulletln man'd
IF YOU BUY OR SELL ST0CK3 OR BOND8 OR DE8IRE A LOAN ON
bUGAR SECURITIES AT A LOW RATE Cr S'NTERE'ST. CALL UP
Geo. P. Thielen,
-HONE MAIN 21. 920 FORT 8T. P. O. BOX 44L
A BARREL OF MONEY TO LOAN !
Henry Waterhouse trust Co.,
Statement of Condition,
December 30, 1905.
Cash on hand and In banks -t3.24S.4E
Stocks and other investments ,. fi.3R2.8R
Mortgages, secured by real estate 7.C00.00
Loans, demand and time 1S0,1C9.3.
l-'urnlturo and fixtures 4.019.3R
Accrued Interest receivable 3,027.00
Assets other than those specified above ; 7,607.13
40 per cent, paid In 80,000.00
Shareholders' liability 120,000.00
Undivided prolUs .- .' 13,518.01
Trust nnd agency accounts
Accrued Interest payablo
Liabilities other than those specified
Torrltory of Hawaii,
Islands of Oalm.
I, A. N. Campboll, Treasurer of tho
Ltd., do solemnly swear that tho above
knowledge and belief.
Subscribed and aworn to beforo mo
Notary Public, 1st Judicial Circuit.
"What did they do to him!"
"Too bad I It was awful mean ot
that fellow to treat that little, kid llko
that awful mean I" Thus was tho
hackmans "deep emotion relieved
At tho police station Johnson waa
searched and relloved of a purse con
taining a littlo money, a briar pipe,
some loose tobacco, his belt (that ho
might not ueo It In an attempt to stran.
glo himself), and n fow other trifles.
Ho was then removed to a cell after
his namo had been entered and tho
chargo of murder In tho first degtoo
lilaced agaltiHt It.
Johnson's confession to tho Sheriff,
Doylo nnd Deputy Sheriff Cox at Wal
altia yesterday morning Included tho
admission of thoso details of tho
crime, already published In the Dulle
tln. Tho police took him to the scene,
of tho murder and there ho described
the cutting up of the 3 year-old son of
Henry Wharton, Baying that ho was
ftruck with a feeling to kill tho child
and so killed him, first driving tho
blado of his I. , L. penkntfo In the
baby's sldo and then Jabbing It Into
the skull, causing death almost Imme
diately. He could not dig, with the
penknife, a large enough grave for tha
body, so ho cut up tho body to fit the
grave. Ho told tho police that ho
must havo been crazy.
Tho Walalua coroner's Jury consist-
H3H0LULD STOCK EXCHANGE
HONOLULU, January 6, 1905.
NAME OF STOCIt
. DIJ lA.kf.t
C Btfwtr 8c Co .. ! "WW
Ewi Plinutlon Co .. I .oo.
tfiwCom&SucarCo ' '.1't.ljc
Hawaiian Suvir Cn .. I lflf,MO
Honnmu Supar Co t Jo,
Honolm Suif Co ao.ooo
1 Haiku Soir Co.- .
Kaliuku Plantation Co !i
Kind Plantation Co LtJ t.s.x
Clcahulu Sucar Co ... rte,oio
Koloa Sutar Co i- 3oo.ooc
Calm Sugar Co ).6oo.ooo
OnomaaSuear Co.. . . l.cx,ooa
Oakala Sll(ar Plant Co soo,ooc
Oiaa Sucai Co 1-U J.oo.
Ulowalu Co ..... ,
paauhau Sutar Plant Co s-
Pacific bufiai Mill y.rx
Pala Plantation Co ... T
PrtkoSuar Co .. TS.ooo
lflontr Mill Co .. f.f)o.ooo
Walalua Agricultural Co .5"l
waiijfu sufar (,o ... tooool
Walluku Suj.r Co Set
Walininalo Auvar Co.. 5.o
Waianaa MIIIGn ..
Intrr-UlanJ Sttam N Co sw,i
Hawaiian Elactrtc Co 6jo.coi
HonKTCi LCoPM.... yom
Hon HTM. Co Com l.i w.ooo
Mutual Ttlephont Co . i)o,txo
uanu K & I. 1.0 ..ococt
J l-, ot.
Hllo Rallroal Co l,oco,ooo
lion. u. ct n. (,o
Maw Tttr'l iUic . .
Haw Gov i p c- '-
Haiku Sugar Co 6pc
Haw Com St Suk Co s pc
to 1 l-l'
naw aurar o ope ...i
R T & L Co 6 p c
Kabuku Plant Co t p c
Sugar Co6pc ...
Olaa Sugar Co6pc...
Walatua Agrlc Co 0 p c
Sales llct. Hoards: 313 l'lonoor.
$132.60; SU II. C. & S. Co., (SI. .11 II
C. ft S. Co., W. 20 II. C. & 8. Co..
$81; 8 II. C. & S. Co., 81. Scxslnn.
3o0 Hllo It. It. Co. , ti5; In Mc
Latest sugar quotation, 3.71 cents.
SUGAR, 3.625 cents
LONDON BEETS, 8s, 2 l-4c
Geo. P. Thielcn,
STOCK AND BOND BROKER.
Member Hon. 8tock and Bond E
920 ?OrtT ST. TEL. MAIN IZ
Henry Wntcrhouso Trust Company,
statement Is true to tho best of my
A. N. CAMPDEI.L, Treasurer.
this 2d day of January, 190C.
rA nt TVivM lfnmifilii J. K. Kalunui.
W. I. Knlolohia, Joo Smith and J. Mn-
hernia. Thoy returned a vcruici oi
murder against Johnson.
8ALT LAKE LETTER.
Tho Governor hag received a circu
lar from tho Commercial Club In Salt
i.nln which will hold n convention
i Jan. 25, to take active steps 40 further
tno Bco America rirsi m-vi-uivm.
Tho circular shows that tho amount
spent by American slght-seers In for
rlcn limits In 1904 wns (150.000.000,
.ami tin, nmnitnt stient In tho nurchaso
,.... ...v . -, - - - .
of foreign gooug wniio nuruuu in mw
samo year 4U,uou,uuv, moiling mo iu
tal amount thus permanently diverted
from the nation's wealth (190,000,000.
n ftfttntnmtrnteR what wonderful Im
provements could bo rcfldo wero thu
nmounts -spent abroad invcsieu u.
THE COOKING SCHOOL.
Miss Tracy's cooking school will meet
hereafter on Wednesday afternoons at
the Hawaiian hotel. The subject of
'this week's lesson Is "Suggestions for
Dinner." The menu Includes: Cream
of lettuce. Asparagus Ilolls, Dcchanie
Sauce, Daisy Salad, Almon Miuaroon
I Tartlets. The lesson will begin prompt-
1 ly at 10 a. m.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
A reliable driving horse U wanted
Rco ad, page 8.
Kather Ulrlch was an Incoming Kl
uait paBsenger today.
I.. II. Kerr left this morning for Sau
rrnnrlsco on the Slbrrla,
High Bherlff William Henry came in
on the Klnau this morning.
The steamer Innlanl is being over
hauled at the Inter-Inland icpalr doik
The barkcntlnc Irmgard left San
Kranclsco for Honolulu last Wednes
day. Tho S. S. Nevadnn snlls tomorrow
p. m, for San Kranclsco via Ka
A secondhand Smith Premier type
writer In good condition Is offered foi
Hale. Sec ad In this Issue.
If you wIbIi to purchaso a home,
rent a houso or buy a lot, Inqulro of
Trent &. Company, 938 Kort street.
Mrs. Admiral Goodrich and bet
daughter were among tho passenger!
on tho Siberia today returning to the
The steamer Ke An Hon arrived
this morning with a load of sugar
from Kauai. Sho also brought 710
bags t rice.
Tho revenue cutter Daniel Manning,
'.'ommander HobcrtR, left this morning
or lino on n cruise. Sho will be gone
week or two.
In a statement of the condition of
Tho Henry Waterhouse Trust Co., pub
lished today an excellent lluanclal
'liowlng Is made.
There will bo services both morning
.inn uvcniug ni tnc .Metnodlrt t'hurcn
lomurrow. Miss Marlon IJcll 'Will sing
ai limn services.
The S. 8. Ventura will arrive hero
irom San Francisco next Wednesday
bout noon. She was dvo hours late
li lonvhig Hip Coast.
Cicorgc A. Drown ana wlfo nftet
pending their honeymoon In Honolulu
lull today nn tho Siberia for their
homo In San Krnnrlsro.
Then' Is no ham or bacon to cquni
4wllt's Premium. Your grocer can sup
dy you. H not. order direct from
I'heo. H. IlavlOH & Co.
The steamer Maul, nfler being gen
rnlly overhauled, leaves Monday aft
i-rnoon for windward Hawaii ports.
mio nas aboard nvo heavy sugar mill
J. !'. lltimlmrg has filed his accounts
is executor of tho will of tho lato Dr
I. C. Sloggett. Ho charges htmsoll
villi (5.151.93 and asks to bo allowed
Tho steamer Nllliau arrived earlj
tut evening Irom Kauai with 1.70C
agH of sugar from Wnlmen for Hack
eld & Co.. nnd l.tioo bags from Maka
well for tho Wnterhouso' Trust Co.
Commissioner O. A. Steven this noor.
old nt auction 3.21 acres of land al
Kuhaluti. Koolaupoko, Oalm, pursuant
to a decree given by Judgo Iloblusou
n the suit of Jan. Wakefield, triutcc,
vs. II. a. Spalding. Tho land was
bought by Jas. Stewart for (100.
Tho United States gunboat Concord,
Commander Uoush, en routo to Cavlto
irom llrcmerton to Join tho Asiatic
Iquadron, left port this morning. Sho
,ias been hero several days, taking on
00 tons of coal for the long voyage.
Secretary Wood . of tho Promotion
Commlttco received a letter yesterday
rom tho representative In Los Angl
es stating that tho pineapples recent
y placed on exhibition tlirrc from Ha
waii In storo wlndowa- had attracted
much attention. Thousands of people
viewed tho pineapple, display during
ho holidays and read of Hawaii,
jvhero the fruit was grown. Plneap
,des wero also displayed in San Fran
clsco and later distributed as an ad
Cecil Drown bought for (01.50 at n
nhcrlft's sale conducted by Auctioneer
r'lshcr at noon today all tho right nf
It. W. Aylctt In a lot on tho makal side
of Ilrretanla street, near KecaumoKti
street. 50xl3S. a lot adjoining, same
sire, and a lot corner of Chrlstley lane
and Kort street, containing 10,140
Hanaro feet, subject to mortgage, to
trustees of Oalm college,
W. C. Mooro. 205 Kort street, llruns
wick billiard parlors; change front,
Kim Chan, No. 1038 Nuuanu street;
I'ed. Harrison, office partitions, Mc
Hop On Tal, restaurant, Hotel stroet.
Ho Ycc, cottago, Morgan lane.
Kstato K. J. Wllhclm, cottage, makal
Kwa corner Young and Kccaumoku
A. J. Toga, barber shop, Kwa Nuu
anu street, near Hotel street; Chcu
Carl On Tal, tenements, Camp No, 3,
M. Onto, cottage, Sheridan street,
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONtt
Entered for Record an. 6, 1906,
From 10:30 a. m. to 4 p, m. .
WalluUu Su,jar Co to Wang Yin I.
Kmmn Kalpu to Clarcnco W Ash
Clarcnco W Ashford and wf to Hob-
ert W Shlnglo I)
Uawlila Nakooka Affdt ,
Entered for Record Jan. 6, 19C6, j
From 9 a. m. to 10:30 a. m.
C V llenton ct nl by aftt of ratgco to ,
Illshop & Co FA-
Charles II W Hitchcock and wf to
Masoplc Hall Assn D
T C Wills and wf to Mrs Abigail K
C Parker D
Antonio 1. llarboza to Maria da S
Jno V Kahahawal to M W Tschudl
J S Canarlo and wf to Mrs Hattlo
Anton! Sylva et al to T Sakamoto... Ii
Too many people try to build big
Jiopcs on a small foundation. !
jti i ii
THE MOST DELICIOU3 CHAM
PAGNE IN THE AGE.
The choice of the Rulers of the
World's Great Nations. Since 1R1H
this wine has been served as the best!
on the tables of all the Monarchs of
Europe and Asia.
Quails, Pints, and Half Pints
Lewis & Company
I69 KING ST. TELEPHONE 240.
A trip to the Zoo at Kalmukl
Is enjoyable to children and pa
Besides the wonderful collec
tion of animals and birds, thtre
are other delights too numerous
Clotbos Cleaned add Pressed by the
HONOLULU RENOVATING CO.,
J. J. Fern. Manager.
Richards near Queen 8ts. All tele
phone messages promptly attended to.
W call for anddeliver. Dyeing extra.
RUGS, STAIR CARPETS
or DOOR RUGS
we ask you to look at our Newest Goods
CURTAINS in great variety
at CUT Prices
E. W Jordan & Co., Ltd
11 37 Fort Street
Fresh Every Time
There's nothing stale or Insipid or
It's made right and bottled right.
You can rely on Its being fresh every
t'me, good every time, and cheap at
the price every time. S
All kinds here RiiiRsnncl
Tins and Studs and I,.u
rinjjs, ctul llrooches and
Chains. KvcrythiiiR tip t
datc in design and proix-ily
- - ,
. P..FORT STREET
75c pep month
J It means all-year-round relief
from unpleasant kitchen duties
building fires, carrying wood
or coal, unnecessary cleaning,
Q etc. A Gas Water Heater will
Q supply water In any quantity.
9 Both for sale by dealer and
2 HONOLULU GAS CO.
dr, j. t, Mcdonald.
Office REMOVED to Rooms 21-24,
I ha Alexander Young Building. Hours:
10-12; 2-1; 7-B. Residence, Tha Alex
snder Young Hotel. Telephone Call:
20 per cent, cheaper than sold by.
other dealers. Doors, screen doors
sash and builders' hardware.
C. B. REYNOLDS,
Alakea St, mauka 8alloro Home.
aTiblettoUkastnualtliMiltflf t IUHII
Makes Flash and Btrenrth for alok and
NervouaWoman. Stops (aknesslndtrwr
i by making atrong. lion rod blood.
chocka dlaanaa br sWIna ou stronstti to
raalatlt. Sold by DruaaW va,7Sca abas,
or 3 boaas for ta. otmakil on reoalpt ot
Brlae. Wlta u. about Mom TrMtmom.
R. BOSANKO UO.a PhUadalpnlm, tau