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EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU. T. II., THUItSDAY, MARCH 8. 1906.
Mens Tan Prospecting; Boots:
Made of Viscol Calf
17 Inch High Leg
Mclnerny Shoe Store
It means all-year-round relief from unpleasant
kitchen duties building fires, carrying
wood or coal, unnecessary cleaning, etc.
A GAS WATER HEATER will sup
ply water in any quantity, j j j & c j
Both for -sale by dealers and
Honolulu Gas Co.
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NATURE'S LIVING AND
8EE HOW THE WORLD
Mors wonderful than the
greatest painting became Iti
figures are alive and moving.
' And still more wonderful be.
cauae the moat beautiful eolora
J of nature are concentrated In
their moat gorgeous shadea.
The Camera Obtcura Is fas.
clnatlngly Interesting and every
one should see It.
AT THE ZOO
Watch and Jewelry Club
l.OO and l.GO a week
J.A. ft. Vieira&Co.
113 HOTEL STREET nr. FORT ST.jtlon and endorsement of the entire mu.
The Weekly Edition of the Evening!
Bulletin gives a complete summary of
the nows of tbo day. For SI elr-I
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All Sizes, Colors and Patterns., Alio
Grass Matting. Big 8tock. Low Price.
Coyne Furniture Go,
M. W. McCHESNEY & SONS,
has been pronounced by Caruso, the
greatest cf Italian tenors, to be "al
'moat human." It has won the reeonnl.
BERGSTROM MUSIC CO., LTD.,
ODD FELLOWS' BLDQ.
PEARFUL PUNISHMENT WAS
METED OUT TO KOREAN
NINE OF HI8 FELLOW COUNTRY-
MEN PUT HIM THROUGH MOST
(FpecUil la The nullettnl
Ilito. Mnrch 7. The Korean who was
tortured to death by nlno other Ko.'g;t,,'s5aut,r,pC2;,"c;'
ream at Kuknlnu December 23. un- ou Su-.c Co lm -.
I Olowalii Co .
doublcdly underwent the most din-
toiicai torment ever perpetrated on
any human being In these Islands. I
Thin mnn Wfl nn Inviitnraln trrimtt !
lor and an unlucky one. When hl
luDco imu vuuiiiiufti uniu ne nan no
more money, he stole 156 from bis
siccring mntc and taking this money i
lost It. When the robbed man dlscov
ered his loss he told some of his
friends nnd their suspicion at once fell
on the Korean who Is now dead. Nino
of them got this man and after bc.it-
Ing him with Kicks, secured a confes-!
n'nl, I!! 'SMi" d tak"1 th.mCyl
and It was hidden In a graveyard. They i
went to get the monov and flndlnr ihv
had been misled, commenced punishing
the thief, mine Ihn moat flpmllali
Tbe form and manner of this punish-
ment was learned only recently through
a. rnnfplnn m,Io in Prlmlnnlnl..
n confession made to Criminologist
Doyle, who has been hero working on'
me case the past threo weeks. A-
cording to the confession, alter dls-
rooing me man tney nung him up by'
his hands and taking thorn sticks.
saws and knives, they hncked at liU'
body until he was a mass of bleeding
sores. All tho time while administer-
Ing tils punishment they were nartlc-
ulnr to not strike a vital point, as they t
wamea to prolong tne misery as much'
n nna.lf.lA a ll.. .nnilnl.l. .1.1. ...
... wq.u.v. ,i.i vuniiutiiuK iijio iiuii-.np
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iimii-ui iur buiiio iimc ine mnn many
fainted. They then gave him wlno to
rovlvo him. When he enme to, one of
them maliciously conceived the idea
of giving the man a bath In soy, which,
wnen It touches a sore, causes exces
sive pain. This was done. Not con
tent with this they eventually secured
an Iron and after heating It to n white
noai tney seared parts of the body. All
of this time they continued giving tho
victim wine whenever he beennio un.
conscious, so as to resuscitate him,
that ho might bo conscious of all of
the infernnl torture, Finally, as n
You buy or aetl stocks or bonds,
You want to secure the best prices,
You want a loan on sugar securities,
You have real estate you wish to sell,
You have a house you wlah to rent, ".
You have ANY business which needs the attention of active,
See Thielen & Williamson About It
AND IT WILL BE PUT THROUGH WITH A RUSH.
TEL. MAIN 21. 812 FORT 8T.
conclusion to the anguish they had
kept the unfortunate In for four hours,
Ihey coveie.l him with dry leaves an J
let lire to tlisni. They then left, and
coming bark nn hour later found he
was dead. The body was buried, but
one of them becoming tcrrlflcd with
his recollections of the heinous crime,
told the manager of the plantation.
Tho arrest of the nlno men followed
md they liava been In Jal here slnre.
Thev liuve been cxnmlned by tho
(Irnnd Jury now In session and It Ii
likely nn Indictment will bo returned
Wednesday. Tliey win men be incu
t onre before the Circuit Court, At-
lorney .Mllverten prosecuting.
It is claimed that these will be tho
!lrt Koreans ever tneu ior inuruer
anywhere under tne unucii stales urn-
crnmciit. On this account, and tne ract som.. iratt. a lease of tbe adjoining
that there aro i many Implicated, n,i being tonteniplatcd. The reso
cIita mure Interest In tills case than littlnn t.nu n.i,mf,..i
any ever tried here. j
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There will be an Interesting box,
party nt tho OrpKeum theater totnnr-
row evening when the Oregon Jour-
ual's party of young ladles attends to
witness "Confessions of a Wife" by
the National Stock Co.
Thjs play will bo presented by lllch
ard lluhler and his people for the first
lime tonignt. it gives overy pronusif
of being nn linmenoo success, for It U'
nn intensely tnteitalnlng production,'
full of stirring Incidents and thrilling
adventures. It will bo repeated to
morrow and Saturday evenings, and at
tbe matinee, Saturday.
flm-Mnn, Albln.nn uoalAI-ilnv Bnlin.
tloned the setting nsldc of tho uwn
,,,( i.nn rnr..t ,!. ii, niiiiti..
hearings of those Interested having
teen held In tho afternoon nt tho Hu-iJ
real of Airrlcultiire and Ferestry
Tbe Kwn reserve contains zs.aau
nrr .iioniiine fnini iim lnwi-r edce'
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of tbe existing forest back to the crest
of tho Koolau mountains nnd Includ -
Ing nil the district between and the
Inmla nf llnlntvn nn,l Wnlilnn
Tho Kealla reserve Is on tho Island
of Kauai and takes in 9935 acres ofl
th(t mauka part of the
i-una, tne lower lino being toe existing
forest edge above the Anahola, Kami.,
lomalo, Kealla and Kapaa lands.
Forester Hosmer further added that
unless something was done In the way
of protecting the reserves tho creating
of them had better be stopped.
"This Is the same story we gut from
every department," said the Governor.
"The same cry, we can do more work
If we have moro'money, Thero'aro Iota
nf wnva nf anf-nrltnir mnnpv lull nnlv
UJfloue way of raising It"
IHUNOLULU STOCK EXlHANGE
HONOLULU, March 8. 1906.0
NAME OF STOCt
C Brtwtr ft Co
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Hawaiian Astlciltuf I Ce
uw coma sugar 1.0
Hawaiian Sofftr Co
Honontl Sacar Co... .
Haiku Sum, Co -
Katrako plantation Co-!
Klbol Plantation Co LtJ
Koioa sagar w
Plnn Mill C
61 6a l-t
waiiuknautar to ac?
Hawaiian EUcttlc Co
JJuI""I,',i,tl,VB' c -
hiTo Ra7.rt coTT
Hon. u. m. Co
Ha Tar a c
Haw Ttrr! aH i.e.
Haiku Suva Co lac-
hiiohr Co Cnici.
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S?".ka VVlS '.' '
P.on.r Mill Co t p c '
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Sales Uctween Hoards: GO Klliel.
J8.50, Session: 0 lion. 11, & M. Co ,
124: 5 Hon. II. & M. Co. 124.60: S1000
O It. & L Co. Gs. 110I.B0.
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S6H.73 ner ion
SUGAR, 3.4375 cents
LONDON BEETS, .8s, 3d
Tiilelen & Williamson
STOCK AND BOND BROKERS.
Members Hon. Stock and Bond Ex
change. LOANS NEGOTIATED.
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BOARD OF FORESTRY
The Hoard of Agriculture and Kor
entry met yesterday.
The Superintendent of Forestry re
ported on two proposed forest reserves
Hbnuaula and liana.
Tho Ilonuauln Forest Iteservo In-
eludes the government lands on the
western slope of Mount Iliialalat, Ha-
wall, nnd.tho Itoa timber land. No prl
vatcly vncd lands ore In tho nrniuiseil
reserve and tho establishing of the
unci was desired by Land Coinmla
Bonntor Dickey ' wrote explaining
' that there had been no thoucht of dan.
! gcr from his Tantalus II ro because of
j tho showers which previously fell.
A debate mrr tho necessity of a to
baceo expert In prelereneo to n plnnt
' pathologist In rnso only ono of them
csuld lie secured. The request for a
plant pathologist from Washington
was nga n onlereii to be made.
,)r N()rBttnr,, rcil0rtv(l tll0 establish.
jg 0f tie qiiarantlno stablo at Knllhl,
whoro glamler suspectM wirfe confined.
He had opened corrtrcpondeneo with
Inn Wnanlni'tnti n thnrlrltta frii iwirtnla
tho Washington authorities for perm Is
ftlmi fnr Ihn lnrnl Htnrkmpii t,i Imnnrt
(breeding stock, cattle and sheep, from
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Tho BecondVxhlblllon of the P-ltt-NrUon
fight pictures took placo last
evening befoio a large crowd which do-
I 1" l'l WUrUllKlllV BailsnCO Willi IHO
! perfr rmance.
' The pictures were, as on tho first oc
i c,n"lIon- freofrom bur and perfectly
,,nct; Tll capable announcing 'of
llr'-y Werner added much to the en-
InvniAnl -if Ihn nt'utilnn
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Proprietor "Smiling" Mctxner an
nounces that for the benefit of those
, wh httvo becn "nablo to attend the
'two past exhibitions, tho pictures will
I lit! nuuwil UKUlll un Ottiuruuy iiikiu to
Waverlcy Hall for the Idw admission of
The 0U8INE3S,MAN'8 HANDY IN
DEX, published In the Saturday Bulle
tin and the Weekly Edition, glvea a
concise and complete resume of all le
gal notices, calls for tenders, Judg
ments, building permits and real es
tate Hransactfons. Evening Bulletin,
75c' Pr month. Weekly Bulletin,
SI PV yr.
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The Weekly Edition of tbe Evening
null tin gives a complete summary of
tbe now 8 of tbo day. For SI a year.
LOCAL AND dCNHRAL
White steam autoa. Stockyds stable.
Try the Gordon Dyo Hosiery for salo
at Whitney & Marsh's.
After enjoying a skate cnll at tho
Cobweb for refreshments.
A Japanese girl Is wanted for light
housework. See ad, this Issue.
An umbrella with name engraved
on handle Is advertised as lost. See
ad, this Issue.
The Northwestern Steamship Com
pany's steamer Olympla salts for Pugct
Sound ports tomorrow.
Don't forget tho talk at the Y. JI. C.
A. hall at 7:13 tonight. Subpect, "Tho
Choice of a Life Work," by W. A.
Tbe case to enforce the payment of
taxes by employees of tho Intcr-Islnnd
fleet will be submitted to the supremo
Court on briefs
King up 464, Ilaymond Itanch Meat
Market, and order nice fat Kahlklnul
beef and young veal, Island chickens
Wilton Lockwood, tho famous art
1st, Is coming to Honolulu In tho steam
er Siberia to paint tho portrait of Ilcv
Hiram Ulngham, D.U., tho missionary.
Chas. W. McLcod gave a houso
warming party at his new residence at
Walpahu last night. Friends from Ho
nolulu, Ewa and Walpahu were prev
The steamer Claudtne, with 32SS bags
of Klpahulu sugar and a big list of
passengers, arrived In port this morn
ing from Maul ports. Had wciHhcr was
reported from all Maul porta and no
stop was made at Lahalna on tho re
turn trip as It vas Impossible to land
A largo nlgaroba trco which stood
In tho Ocdge lot, corner of Hotel nnd
Rlclnirds street, was blown down yes.
terday afternoon and crashed Into the
cottago adjoining. Halt of the porch
was smashed and a portion of tho
oourc was damaged. No ono was
The Cobweb Cafo. corner Alakca and
Queen for a cold drink or hot supper.
Tho "pupils' correspondence plan
was Inaugurated In one of the locul
public schools about three years ago
Lcftters wcro exchanged with Minne
apolis, New York City and a Florida
town. In qulto n number of Instance
letters and "swapping" of curios con
tinues to this date.
II. Ilackfeld & Co. Is In thorough ac
cord with Governor Atkinson's laboi
policy and has Indicated Its purpose, to
aid tho movement In every 'way. Hold.
Ings of land will probably bo given
laborers on tho plantations. Ilackfeld
& Co. Is willing to surrender leased
lands tu tho Government In the Inter,
ests of tho Inborers, '
Thero will be a consultation at the
ofllco of Attorney General Peters to
morrow ntternoon between I'ctcrs,
Park Commissioner Thurston and
County Attorney Doutliltt, to arrnngc
for the submission to tho Supreme
Court of tho question of whether the
County has tho right to make appropri
ations for Kaplolunt Park.
Prcmo Film Cameras aro daylight
loading for use with tho Premo Film
Pack, which consists of twelve flat cut
films enclosed In a light-proof paper
rase, tho entire- pack being smaller
In site and of loss weight than an
ordinary plate-holder and containing
material for twelve negatives Instead
of two. Attached to each film Is a
paper tab, tho end of whlcji Is num
bered, thus showing tho operator Just
which, film Is In position for exposure.
Tho method of making exposures Is
strikingly simple. Honolulu Pboln
AFTER LONG AB8ENCE
The tug Fearless arrived In port nt
noon today uflcr u hard trip from Kn-
anapitl, wlieiuo she had towed tlio
bark Fooling Sucy She left Knhulul
at V o'clock jesterday morning mid
(ommeneed battling with heavy seas
the moment alio turned homowurd, Ail
yesterday und last nlRlit the waves
dashed over tbo tug nnd alio was finally
compelled to heave to In the channel.
fortunately tiicro were no urgent tows
awaiting the Fearless nnd she took out
the llertlo Minor, lumber schooner, for
Gray s Harbor, this afternoon.
i. I). Cnstlo was nuked this morning
un to whether ho knew anything nf a
sugar plainer from Hawaii trying tu
win tho Los Angeles Moloknns for his
Mr. Cnstlo Btated that ho know until.
Ing of the matter beyond the fact that
Captain Dcmcns had written him that
thero was some, man from Hawaii
working among tho Motokuns, presum
ably with tho Idea of getting them to
come here. Captain Demcns bad not
met the man personally, nor did he
know his name. Mr. Castle docs nut
bcllevo that tho Incident Is anything
to cause anxiety
WHITE'S OFFICE CLOSED
The offices of the Public Works De
partment were closed today out of re
spect to the memory of the late Chief
lierK u. M. wiute, wnoee runerai taxes
place this afternoon. Several govern.
mem onicers are understood to be out
for the vacant position, but In all prob
ability Manuel Cooke, who Is next In
rank to Mr. White In the same office,
will bo promoted to the place, while
tho vacancy created thereby will not
be filled, as the County baa now rc-j
llevcd the Public Works Department '
of so much work that tho clerical force
may be reduced.
MaTr'Tor Rent" cards On .aals at
the Bulletin office.
SAFELY TO PORT
DOTS NOT lOW WHO
IS BEER WEATHER
There Is nothing cools so quickly or Invigorates so as a good glass
Is an Ideal summer beverage. Its
pure as It can possibly be. If ysu
find out how good It Is.
Wc do it
Macy-Wernecke Roller Top
Desks are undoubtedly the best
desks made. 'They are manufac
tured of handsome, quartered
golden oak and In construction
and finish leave nothing to be
desired. They are fitted with
every modern convenience and
possess many desirable features
not found In other desks. The
prlcea are moderate for such
H. HnCkfeld & Co.,
BY AID OF THE ANGELUS
thj business man who has no time for
the tiresome drudgery of learning mu
sic, may come home ana enjoy ute
piano, and play whatever music he
likes, Instead of listening to the hum
drum of the children practicing, or the
repetition of a few pieces badly play
ed. To once know the power and powl
bllltles of the ANCELUS Is to make It
Impossible to be contented without
one. You can never realize what a
priceless possession a piano Is until an
ANQELUS atands beside It, to open all
Its marvellous musical possibilities al
Hawaiian News Co.,
YOUNG BUILDING 8TORE.
Tbe Weekly Edition of tho evening
Bulletin glvea a complete summary of
tho nowB of tho day. For SI a year.
RUGS, STAIR CARPETS
or DOOR RUGS
we ask yoy to look at our Newest Goods
CURTAINS in great variety
at CUT Prices .
E W. Jordan & Co., Ltd.
1137 Fort Street
flavor Is Incomparable ard it Is at '
haven't tried It, order a case and
of every descrirnion
in a careful. miti.taki:iz otid tStv
Wc make a specialty of repairing fine
If .our cotly timepiece is out of order
bring it to us and wc will treat it kkill
fully and scientifically for you.
M. R. COUNTER
LOVE BLOCK FORT STREET
The Finest smoke
in the world?
,Lewis & Co.,
16 KING ST. TELEPHONE 24a
Owing to a chanoe In tha rirlco of
certain sizes of crushed rock, prices In
future win be as follows: No. 1, 1.M
per cu. yd.; No. 2, 10 per cu. yd.;
No. 3, $2.05 per cu. yd.; No. 4, $1.80
per cu. yd.
We wish to call attention to the
fact that No. 4 has been reduced t
practically the price of white sand,
making It available for all kinds of con
crete work, for which it Is far superior .
to any other sand,
Lord & Bersrer"
dr. j. t. Mcdonald,
Office REMOVED to Rooms 21-24,
I he Alexander Young Building Hours!
10-12; 2-1; 7 6. Residence, The Alex
ander Young Hotel. Telephone Call:
Makes Flash and 8trn;th for Sick nn
Nervous Woman. Slops weakness In ltns
es br mnklnii (irons, rich red blood.
oheoksatUensehr Rlvlnjci ou sirnatl ssl
reslei It. Sold Orutum v, 7S cte boa.
or 3 froaos for S2., or mni. d on receipt cm
Brloe. Write uanbout Mom Treatment,
R. BOSAHKO CO.. Philadelphia. f
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