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nvnNiNo nuu.nTiN, Honolulu, t. h.. Tuesday. ArniL 24, 190c
A Chrome Tanned
Tan Bal moral
STRONG, DURABLE, COMFORTABLE
Lat 236 Price $ 4.50
McSnerny Shoe Store
FRANK JOHNOON DROPS.
(Continued from Page 1.)
uli.il lie Imil, tin Ul.
Judge Koblnuin In pronouncing the
tentfnee spoke as follows:
'Terminally, I nni unalterably op
posed tu tlu Inlllct luii u( tlie ilentli peii
iilty in any mite, nml It innttcrs nut
what clrciiinstnticca of nctrcelty unit
cruelty bid luiinil ur arc Inti'i'iirnuly
HJNOLULU STOCK EXI HANGE
HONOLULU, April 21. 1906
KAME OF STOCK
C Bnwif St Co ,
fw Pl.fitillon Co
innntvlrd wltli the commission of tlio himiiwi ii-oIici I .o
I m uih re
pgm hiiiciiso cnargcti. ii.MiinSiiisf Co .
! "It was recently ilcvcloieil, by llioliionomiiburMCo... ,
?4E confession left by a suicide In ono uf JX" " Kit! Jl
,thc Nurtliwestcin States. Monlnnii. I i,h,m himiiiii'cD.
5'belleu-. that tlio Court of Common , kimi titnuiion Co lw
ME Men. of Akion. Summit County. Ohio. j JS0iu,.frCo" 1
iP.tnaile it mistake sonio jears uko, nml McHryda mii co . .
JSuonvkted tint! executed the wrong oJSm"!"-Co
?H5 I limn nn Innocent man. That there ookau Suj.r Hi.nt C
&S I was one mlstnku miido, even In one In-, om sumi Co iu -
CIUIK.I-. IS BUUIllV.il III lllll UCIIIII 1.IU - 11U,aUStrPlUtCOl
lllctloli of the dentil penalty In ull 1 n Pmuic Susie Mm
btnilCCS. ' ' ri.m.iioi. v. ..
tr "The taking of liuinan life by n com- pi,LiMiii.ii
2 Inontteallb an n punishment for crime wiiuikuiiuiiiCo
jflfc nnd because of Its deterrent effect upon vvliiiifco Suitor Co Sci
ioTT possinie ntuscqiielil OITemiers III tile w.lminilo Mir.i Co
until you take tho step that Insures
a clean, comfortable, tluitlets kitchen
all year 'round put In
A Gas Range
For Sate by Dealers and
HONOLULU GAS GO,, LTD.
outrages i "?'"".." :V;
i lion. U, VI Ft. rv
lliw Ttri'l 4p C...
1 lUivubaff-rCo 6p
f.Co. ftp c
Hw Con cV Sue Cv $ pt
nivauK" v.oopc ...
Uhiiku Punt Co 6 p c-
UrtwikV LCu6pC -
unu&ucr (.oopc s.
Olaa hue t Co p c...
Kionrtr Mill to t p c -Wallu
Agile Co 6 pi
Capital v tliil'
II . I 1-4
II '-. Jt
i i-i i yt
1 ft 5
V4. J '-
..it lit ki i- ..ft..o. t W ana .Mill Gl
i.Mi.i ,...,.. u, iui, ."-. l MiscELlANhOUS
tought Ui be Justified upon the ground . at,f.uuni!it,nNCo
of Impi-ratlve public ncresslty, hut the mwniaiii. ettric to
Kil-Kliix-Klan. In reeonstructlon days.j lei Coi-
EoiiKUi, ano ijncniiiR parties in nn Mutmi iiitpnino
times, keek, tu Justify the
tommlttcd by them upon like grounds. Hon. b. M. o,
fhe law should not tako that wlilcli
It cunnut give; It cannot Klvc natural
life. It should not tako It. The In Mic
tion of tho (leatli penalty In any inso
must have a degrading, even brutaliz
ing, effect upon the rising generation
nnd Incline them to consider less high
ly the value of n human life.
"were 1 n member of tho Legisla
ture, my voice nnd voto would ever be
letorded In opposition to this form of
penally, but in my Judicial cip.iclty,
nnd under my oath of olllie, It Is my
duty lo iidmllilster mid en for it- the
laws ns I mm luem eniereii uiiun nut Rnl ii,Iwip lt..-ir,l- in lu,w...r
piuiuif iiuuho, huh uk iiiciiiiuci 1 1 uui j 1 33. jj iOIioer, IX'; 20 Oaliu Sug,
itfll-lfO rl III lllll t If BlllirKIHI I.. . a.. .. . . .a.. ..
"Hid Elutiitu uppllcnblc to the pres
ent e.iKO Is plain uu . uiianiblgiioiis unit
Ic.ncH no i ooni fur dmlbt us to Us
lue.iuliiR mid toiiittriKllon. Under It
there is but one penalty which tilts
i niirt ciiu Impose, hut ono punishment
vvhli h It tan Inltlrt."
Tho Com I then pronounced the sen
leuco that Johnson should die by haul;
lug. Tho defendant, nn soon as the coi
tion words had been tillered, tried In
nel7i Ihe opportunity to make another
appeal for his life. "I beg jour par
don, Your Honor," he began, nml again
Marled In recounting the facts, which
no considered would bo fnvoraldn to
Mm, hut It was too laic, us the sen-
tciieo bad been passed, nnd n mWe
iilllcer took him In his charge.
Retail Grocery. Store
We will be moving from our present business place, now situated
on Fort Street next to the Club 8table, to ttore adjoining our whole.
salo store on Nuuanu Street, between Deretanla and Pauahl Streets,
on or about May 1st, 1906.
Wc will carry the finest line of family groceries and fruits, etc.
Purchasers will find satisfaction, both prices and quality.
Y. WO SING & CO.
Wholesale and Retail Grocers
TEL. MAIN 233. P. O. DOX 052.
Co., (95; CU Haw. C. & S. Co., 78; f,0
llnw. C. & S. Co. lf7.."S. SckhIoii: ID
Klhel, 7.M; & Oaliu Hug. Co.. 'Jl.r,0.
Latest sugar quotation, 3.42 cents, or
$C8.40 per ton.
SUGAR, 3,42 cents
LONDON BEETS, 8s, 5l-4d
Thlelen & Williamson
STOCK AND BOND BROKERS.
Members Hon. Stock and Oond Ex
change. LOANS NEGOTIATED.
'912 FORT ST. TEL. MAIN 12.
Now Open and Ready for business
AT 27 HOTEL STREET
Family Trade Solicited
You buy or sell 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 wish to rent,
You have ANY business which needs tne'attentlon of active,
hustling agents, "'
See Thielen & Williamson About It
AND IT WILL DE PUT THROUGH WITH A RUSH,
TEL. MAIN 21. 912 FORT 8T.
In The Swim
There are various kinds of swims.
i Theie's the social swim, for Instance,
That contains a whole lot of the so.
clety folks. Then there's the
swim, which contains the good people
mentioned and everybody else as well.
People drink PRIMO BEER on ac
count of Its goodness and reliability.
Get Into the best swim going.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
gf The Easiest .and Most Unob
trusive way to secure a servant, a
clerk, a room, a position or any one of
a hundred usual needs, Is by means
of an Inexpensive Bulletin Want Ad.l
Autos for hire nt Ter Stables,
Fresh Jam. 11 cents lb. ut factory, 181
Hotel SL 1'cuili this weeK.
Henry Klemmc's resignation of the
captaincy of Co. C. N. 0. 11., has been
Order a nice broiler, fresh IslnnJ
beef and veal at Raymond ltanch Mar
ket, telephone 4C I.
Tho correct card Is the Coiigrrm
with r.aw picture backs. New itiul:
Jusl opened. Ilawnllan News Cn,
A joung man with experience deslrtn
situation eg Rulocltor, collector or out
side salesman, Heo nd, this Issue.
For shipping to Halt Francisco Islann
Jams nud Jellies can bo hnd nl especbil
lutes at tho factory. 181 Hotel street.
Tho legulnr quarterly meeting of the
Pacific Ilnrdwatc Co., Ltd.. will he
held nt Its olllre on Monday. April 30
The Oceanic Company'; liner Ven
tura docked shoitly lifter 1 o'clock thla
afternoon from Sydney lor San Frnn
clico, whnce die sails tonight.
Tim Attorney Ccneral tins filed a mo
tion to dismiss tlio bill of exception
filed by the defendants In the case of
the Territory vs. Cotton llros.
Wc have Just reccUcd a stock of 1900
wall paper from which may be chosen
patterns which would make jour bourn
nil abode of delight. Lew era Ki Cooke.
All our celebrated Cremo cigars have
the word Crtmu perforated In the
wrapper. They havo no bauds, II
Hackfild &. Co., wholesale dlrtrllmturd
Memorial xcrvlccH will bo held lo
luroiow- forenoon nl St. Andrew h' Cn
thedrnl In memory uf the death of tho
Into (Jiioen Liuiua, who died tin mat
Jubilee Incubators. Tho busbies.-!
machine. Hot water system, not hot
air. See them befoio buying. M. W.
McChesiiey & Son's, Ltd., agents. Queen
Tho funeral of tho lato lluisell r.
Wnlbrldgv will tiiko place tomorrow,
April 25, 19(16. nt 1 lot-lock, from tlie
risldcncu ut Mrs. A, S. l'arke. ll-'J
lleretniilu strctt. Interment private.
The proposed lumbering opuratlous
In the ktia forests on thn lllhoi 1 In
late piuputy on Hawaii nra aband
oned. O, T. Shlpinau has refused to
rtllnquUh any uf his lights under bin
t a so.
The Korean laborers nl Walpahu
plantation leftirt-il to work Jt-ilerda
unless ii Jap-incfc I una was discharged.
Manager Hull said they toiild go to
work ur leave the plantation nud the)
(hoio to work.
Tho llrlllxh lurk Cralglauds, nou
under chniter fiom Lelth to llonuliilc
(or the Hawaiian Fertilizer Co.. Ltd..
him been sold uud will rt-glsler uuder
tho Norwegian Hag hereafter undei
tho nuiiio Murglt.
It Is u question whether the built
Georgo Curtis sailed fium Han Friiu-
tlwo for Honolulu on April II as cabled
Ip today it news from U. A, Frascr. It
was not thought pusslblo for ber lo
liavo sailed that day though sho wn
cleared nnd tho Sail Frantlsto ship,
plug Items do not mention her as salt
ing on thn lllli or 1Mb, nltliough sh.
cleared on the former date. It Is pos
sible tho Curtis may have sailed on
April 10, Tho ngctns have no Ulicct
Per ha pa you rue n collector of pos
till cards. If not )ou oubIU to be. Ihu
fad has como to stay and Is both In
ttructho and cntcrtuhr.ng, Ixioso
cards lose half their value. They
Should he plated In nn nlbtim. whom
they ran bo properly displayed. You
will he liitert-Hled In our line of albums
If you aro Interested In postal cards.
The pagc-i of the nlhiium aro so pre
pared that Ihe comers uf tho cards nra
filled Into sIIIh nnd may bo reinnVcd
for Inspeitltiu nt any lime without lu
any way damaging cither thn card or
the iilhiim. Honolulu riiolo-Hitpply
IrilO'a vV MJssrsisVJsW 'tsssiS BIBV H sibosiiiV
sr a cr-,7z7smsisBjmBjwJimjssisisisw
Jewelry of every description.
Wc do it in a careful, painstakiti; nnd
Wc tnakc a sjiccialty of repairing fine
If our cosily timepiece is out of order
lirttj; it to ut nnd wc will treat it skill
fully and scientifically for you.
M. R- COUNTER
LOVE BLOCK FORT 8TREET
Look For The
The word "CREMO" Is perforated
In the wrapper of every one of our
THEY HAVE NO BANDS.
H. Hackfeld & Co,,
Napa & Sonoma
Lewis & Co.,
169 KING 8T, HONOLULU, H. I.
Sole Agents for Hawaiian Islands.
The CRITERION (C. J. McCarthy, Prop.) has opened a Jobbing
department adjoining, but separato from the saloon.
A specialty will be made of all first-class Wines, Beers and Liq
uors In bottle. Also Wines and Whiskey by tho gallon.
All goods delivered by Merchants' Parcel Delivery to residences.
With the excellent reputation the CRITERION lias established W
for celling only pure liquors the public Is assured of proper treatment
SPECIAL TELEPHONE MAIN 36.
$100.00 REWARD! ! !
CORNER FORT AND BERCTANIA
8T8-, 8ACH8 BLOCK.
Single Rooms and Suites. Electric
Lights and Running Water In every
room. Porcelain bathtubs.
Unfurnished rooms on second floor
Also novelties in bridge coun-j City and other Island trad solicited,
ters and Five Hundred eoun- Rates Reasonable.
We are showing a new
stock of CONGRESS playing
cards with new picture backs,
ters. Ask to be shown our
folding card tables.
Hawaiian News Co.,
YOUNG BUILDING STORE.
TELEPHONE MAIN 244.
To any one person or collection of persons who can bring me One Case
of Incurable SYPHILITIC VENEREAL or LCPROUS S0RE8 or any Chron
ic case of piles. Bring them, and WALLACH'S INDIAN REMEDIES will
cure, or else you get the above reward. This Is a genuine offer, and I am
open to free conoultatlon on any case of the above mentioned kind. If doc
tors have failed, why I can heal; so pass the glad tidings to all sufferers, for
Wallach's Indian Remedies knows not the meaning of fall. Come Onel
Come All! Tomorrow may be too late.
J. Lor Wallach
Advice free, by mall and strictly private.
For Sale by All Druggists.
P. 0. Box 577.
COUNTS OUT CARNEGIE.
tliu I'ubllc I.lbiury of Cincinnati a few jhavo had the tint beuc.lt,
OPENING UP THE DE8ERT. springs, Htrenmn nnd trulls upon maps
nnd BlnU wells whuro no water Is
Denver. April 13. To fncllltntc tho loiind upon tho surface,
development of the great Nevndn ilea- Tho plan of opening tho detiert was
nt nml allow pioHpeeiors in invo3ii- inigLtnu-u in inv iiil-i-uuk
i-ato tho mineral resources of that American Mining Congress In KI l'aso,
Sinn, and Southern California, tho Texas, last fall, Itesolullons wrru
United States (leologltnl Survey Iiob pasted, ushlni; Hint protection bo glv
toniineured Iho exploration and limp- en tho waiter supplies In tho westtun
ping or tho desert water BtipplloH, deserts, as tho question was or mich
James F. Culhrealh Jr., secretary of Importance ns to wnrrant national aid.
tho American Mining Cougioss, has, -
boon utitllled In this effect. Tho laeU The front door In always up against
of kniiwleilgo of the Nevada desert n lot of hard knocks,
nn,i Hu aiiT Kiiimlv hns liliiilcnM tho. t
mllieiiil development of that Slntc. I Thn brook Hint inns tho fustest Is Hi" who ultcuiits to atone for oppiession
Tlio tlcologleal Survey will murk nil first to run dry. by giving nway buildings nnd then ad-
viUsliig himself us a philanthropist."
bald the Major "Tho placo where ben-
m 1.....1I .. li n I.. ...... II,..' ii il n. in. ,i ul hi 1 1, 1 lut i'ji I ifii if tififiiin tvna I ti
I lirillllilLI. iAMfll l-. Ill UttTIIUlia i-iuhii o.mmik. miu MVS..S Ml a ... i ..... .. ... ...I II. i
tho now Walnut 11111 branch building of this workshop uud the workmen should (Cullieiy ni uieir own rise, nni uio jup-
Japan Opens Its
Share Of Manchuria
Washington, April 9. Tho following
statement was given out at the Japan
ese Legation today:
"Owliie tu the fart (hat tho with
drawal of tho troops from Manchuria
not hnvlng Kiiniclently progressed, the
Japanese (lovernmeiit lilthorto has nel-
their permitted citizens nnd vessels
of foreign countries to tnler tho ports
and regions of Manchuria, nor allow
ed fcrelgn consuls to proceed to their
posts therein. Consldcrabln progress,
however, having now been made In
this respect, tho Japanese flovernment
has decided In nccordanco with tho
principles of tlio open door nnd equal
opportunity advocated by them to per
mit cltlzeiiH and vessels of foreign
countries to enter from May 1, An
Tuns Hslcn and Ta Tung Kao, nnd nl
low foreign ronsullH to proceed to
their posts nt An Tung llslen. From
Juno 1 foreign consuls will ho allowed
to proceed to their posts at Mukden,
and traveling of foreigners in mo in
terior of Mniichiirla will be permitted
so lar as military exigencies do not
prevent It. It has further been decid
ed ll'ut the Japanese Ooveriiment will
open Dnlreii (Ta Lien Wnn) to thn
commerce of tho world In as near fu
ture as possible,
"Judging from tho present condition
of the Interior of Manchuria, It Is Im
possible ror the aullioiltles to afford
siieli foreign travelern ndequuto pro
tec Hon and facilities In housing and
other matters. Those, therefore, who
enter the Interior of .Manchuria do so
Ice Cream Parlor
116 HOTEL STREET, NEAR FORT.
LUDWIGSON & JUNGCLAUS,
First Glass Lunch Rooms
Civility and prompt attentltn to pa
tiuns by capable waiters.
CANDIES AND ICE CREAM ARE
Owing to a change In th price of
certain sizes of crushed rock, prices In
future will be as follows: No. 1, $1.55
per cu. yd.; No. 2, $1.80 per cu. yd.;
No. 3, $2.05 per cu. yd.; No. 4, 1.80
. per cu. yd.
I We wish to call attention to the
fact that No. 4 has been reduced to
I practically the price of white sand,
I making It available for all kinds of con
I crete work, for which It Is far superior
I to any other sand.
Lord & Belser
oh. j. t. Mcdonald.
FRESH CUT FLOWERS AND
AND CURIOS AT THE
Clothes Cleaned and Preised by the
HONOLULU RENOVATING CO.,
J, J. Fern, Manager,
Office REMOVED to Rooms 21-24.' """" ""r uueen ois. aii tee.
The Alexander Young Building. Hours: fT message, prompiiyiuenaea v.
10-lz; z-4; 7-8. Residence, The ai.i " " -" w7-i.M .
ander Young Hotel. Telephone Call: i
'Young Hotel." I The Weekly Edition of tho DrenluK
Ilulletln elves . complete summary of
nlank books of all sorts, ledgers the nows of tho day. For SI '"
etc., manufactured by tbo Uullotln Tub.
Fin. Job Printing at the Bullstln.
days ago, Mayor K. J. Dcmpi-cy did not
mention the name of Andrew Carnegie,
who liberally contributed toward the
erection of the edifice Tlio Mayor,
when asked nboiit tlie Incident today, i
said Iho oinmUsloii was Intentional.
"I have no admiration for n mini
who bus made millions out or the sweat
I ami blood of the Milling clashes uud
Cniiiegln Is u creation of the sys
tem or spetlal prhllegcs which hag en
riched Iho few ut tho expense uf Iho
many. I am not at all In accord with
bis manlier of making money, uud
scarcely mure so with his method of
t pending It."
t mm 9
nianl; looks of all sorts, ledgers
etc, manufactured by the Uullotln l'ub
nurse t.ovurninent do not hold them
selves responsible for any iiijuiy or
damage which they may sustain from
bandits or other m a rumler it."
The place Palien mentioned In the
ntutcmeiit Is tho saino as Daltiy, the
linmo by which the town Is moro pop
Tho Weekly Kdltlo. of the Kvenlns
Bulletin gives a complete summary of
Uitt news of the day,
R. & G. CORSETS, In various styles, "The Corset of the Day."
LINEN LAWNS, a nice assortment, "Very Good Values."
INDIh LINENS, good purchate.
TAFFETA ROYAL, sells Itself.
HOSE, ladles' and children's, what you require.
o ALSO o
RIBBONS, Damask Satins etc. etc.
E. W. Jordan & Co., Ltd.
1137 Fort Street
' v . jh izk 1 i$&y . J - ahiAtd-i. aUl.i44Y xAtki. LLi. 'iia.k-il4 Ai-ifr lilUtiilljiBttstfsteMs " '"
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