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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, December 06, 1909, 3:30 EDITION, Page 12, Image 12',
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EVEN1N0 DULLETIN, I10NOL.I LTJ, T. H., MONDAY, DHC. fi, J 900
Shades in quaint designs Good for the room that is most
used for a hall. We have the largest and best assorted stock.
ARTS AND CRAFTS SHOP,
For This Climate
FORT BELOW KINO STREET.
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Waimea Tragedy Was an
CLAIMS THAT VICTIM
MAKE FIRST ATTACKED
Pea Battered on Door With Stone
and Called Kahoolawe to Come
Out and Be Killed Footprints
Sawed Out of a Board.
( Special tn the II tt 1 f"i t I n )
1III.O. Dec. .' -Tile llllo TillmlK'
nt Tiicsiliiy, Dec, 7, will contain the
I'rovucatlmi ntul helf-defiMixu,
Tlll-Su flTV till! rtMVUIIH wlllcll Ktl-
lioolnwe, thi! murderer of I'ea, Kiwi
for his net.
Knlioolnwe In an oM frlnul of
Sheriff I'ua, the two liaWiiK llcil to-M-tlier
for fifteen je.irn at Wnljnea
iiikI lu other1 iilucea. ami when the
GtiPrtrr saw Knhoolawe after the
inuriler the prisoner told htm the
full details of the desperate affair
Knhoolawe said, mcanllng to the
Sheriff, that he killed i'ea bectiufce
of great provocation and because he
was himself attacked tlrst hy the
man he slew lie said that on his
ifeturn from Waimea to Muna on
that fateful Thanksgiving evening.
I'ea and the Korean, who was the
only eju-witness to the crime, begun
to taunt him and call him all man
ner of vile names. These two men
were In the Korean's room, which
was right next to Kilhoolcwe's, and
nfter Kahoolawe had retired to his
room they called him names through
the partition. Afterwards they
came to Kahoolnwe'a door and bat
tered It with u stone, culling nt the
same time that they Intended to
kill him. On hearing his Knhoolawe
armed himself with his rnzor. j
According to Kahooiawe's story,
as told by Sheriff I'ua, the two men
finally managed to break the door
lartly In, and they threw something
lit Kulioolawe which struck him on
the back of the neck, dazing him for
i. moment. As soon ns he recovered
Ms senses, Kahoolawe made n tush
for I'ea. The Korean ran away.
t Kahoolawe slashed I'ea across tho
abdomen with his razor, and Tea
tan. Kahoolawe followed and
clashed him jlown the back as he
an. I'ea fell on n small platform
near the fence, and here Kahoolawe
fell over him, slashing and cutting
he man under him, finally cutting
his throat. I
The Sheriff during his stay at Ma
lta secuted a rng covered with blood,
which, Kahoolawe used for wiping
his razor after he had killed I'ea.
The rag was found In the murderers
loom and was Identified by htm. The
Sheriff ulso caused a couplo of Ku
hooluwe's footprints, which covered
n board with gory marks, to be
tawed out, and these are aw in tho
possession of the police.
Among the other things w'Mch the
Sheriff secured belonging to Knhoo
lawe was a small note book, in which
he kept a rocord of his dreams. Tin
"text Is In Hawaiian, neatly written,
lend carefully dating the dreams In
the order In whlih they occurred,
but without commenting on them In
One Item, for Instnnce, Is as fol
lows: "June 30, 190UI saw a 'Jot of
women anil the)'' were saying that
what had written them concern
ing their health had been reielved
In another dream which Is thus
(leciibed, Kahoolawe tells how he
saw a long ship fioni America. It
had many Hags, nnd a small girl
catuo and took htm by the hand and
led him on board, '
Still another dream, which Is qulto
Ghastly In Its significance, Is as fal
lows: June 38, 19091 saw Sam K. I'ua,
Sheriff of the County of Hawaii, and
he guve me a document on which
Mime writing had been made, but 1
could not make out the writing, I
held thq document in my hand."
This, at least, Is a dream which
The bunk further contains a muss
of biblical quotations, imlus, moles
uml other such Items.
Own Your Own
AND STOP PAYING RENT
Anipuni St. Two cottnircs; lot 70x108; rent $40
per month; a bargain $3,500.00
Puunui Six-room cottage ; near Liliha St.; lot
Kapiolani St. Eight rooms: modern; a perfect
Kaimuki lots, near car line 350.00
Lusitauia St. Six room cottage and bath 1,900.00
School St., near Emma Six rooms; a daisy .... 2,700.00
Hawaiian Realty Co.
Sealed tenders will be received by
the Superintendent of Public Works
until 12 in. of Wednesday, Dccehber
Ifi, 1909, for furnishing the Depart
ment of I'ubllc WorkB with 18,000
lln. ft, of 12 Inch wooden stave plpo.
delivered (. o. b. ship's tackle, Ka
Sperlllcatliins nnd proposal blanks
i n file In the Department of I'ulille
Tho Superintendent of Public
Works reserves the right to reject
any or ull bid.
Superintendent of Public Work.
Dept. of Public Works, Honolulu,
Nov. 8, 1909. 44G2-UII
83 Merchant St.
Wc have just what you want for a Christmas present for your
wife, mother, sister or sweetheart in LOCKETS, NECKLETS,
WATCHES. RINGS, HANDY PINS, MESH BAQS, STERLING
PHOTO FRAMES, BROOCHES and numerous other articles us
ually found in an up-to-date Jewelry Store.
Will be pleased to show you through the stock.
All goods guaranteed as represented, and prices are right.
M. R. COUNTER
1143 Fort St.
LACE CURTAIN SALE
We want to interest Christmas shoppers in house ne
cessities, In order to do so we are offering Lace Curtains
at prices far below the regular.
$0.60 a pair now $0.40 a pair 1,50 a pair now l.15 a pair
1.00 a pair now 0.75 a pair 1.75 a pair now 1.30 a pair
1.25 a pair now 0.90 a pair 2.25 a pair now 1.75 a pair
There's Nothing Better
Malt Nutrine leads all other strength-giving prepara
tions of malt. Wc have a fresh supply. It will help you. ,
BENSON, SMITH & CO.. LTD.,
HOTEL AND FORT STREETS.
Senled tenders will be received by
the Superintendent of Public Works
until 12 m. of Wednesday, December
in, 1909, for furnishing tho Depart
ment or I'ubllc Works with 18.00U
llir. ft. of 12 Inch wooden stave pipe,
delivered f- o. b. ship's tackle, Ku
Specifications and proposal blanks
on (lie In the Department of Public
The Superintendent or Public
Works reserves the right to reject
miy or all bids.
Superintendent of Public Works.
Dcpt. of Public Works, Honolulu,
Nov. 8, 1909. 4482-71
Ulds tor furnishing the various
services of tho City and County or
Honolulu with office supplies and
for performing work In accordance
with Ordinance No. C of the City and
County for the semi-annual period
beginning January 1, 1910, will be
lecctvcd by the Directors of the
Ilureau of Supplies of the City nnd
County of Honolulu at the office of
the City and County Clerk, not later
than the houiof noon or Wednesday,
December 15, 1909. at which time
all bids received will be opened nt
Schedule of materials and supplies
icqulred nnd of work to bo per
formed will bo furnished on applica
tion to the City and County Clerk.
Tho Dlrectois of the Bureau or
Supplies created under the provi
sion or said Ordinance do not bind
themselves tri accept the lowest or
December 1, 1909.
D. KALAUOKALAN'I. Jit..
City and County Clerk.
City and County Auditor.
rilKD W. MILVEHTON,
First Deputy City nnd
4480 Dec. 1, 2, 3, 4, 0.
Hotel & Union.
Shapes, Trimmings and Flowers.
Dunn's Hat Shop
M. A. Gunst & Co.
American Steam Laundry
W. D. McINTYRE, Manager.
FIRST-CLASS LAUNDRY WORK
1382 Liliha Street, corner Vineyard.
The best in
POSES, CARNATIONS and other
BULLETIN ADS PAY
Hawaiian Iron Fence and Monument Worts
NEXT TO YOUNQ BLDU., 178-190 K INQ 8TREET. PHONE 237.
- MRS. E.
llluok books of all sorta, ledgers
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Prepared especially for this
climate, because the climate re
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the effects of salt air. It is the
only paint that does this per
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your house inside or out TRY
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The latest product of
For All Sizes of Roll Film Cameras and Kodaks
Smith 8c Co.
Santa Claus Headquarters
Toys by the Car Load
And Cheaper This Year Than Ever
CALL IN ANDDfSPECT OUR MAMMOTH STOCK.
"! WE WILL BE OPEN EVERY NIGHT COMMENCING
NOV. 29. .
YOUR MONEY SAVERS
Wall, Nichols Co.,
Pail Ka Hana
THE ENEMY TO DIRT,
At Your Grocer'.
WING CHONG CO
XING' ST. NEAR BETHEL
Dealen in furniture M&ttreuei,
Etc, Eto. All kicda of KOA and
MISSION FURNITURE 2Cadt Tf
HONOLULU DANCING ACADEMY
Meets Monday, and Friday nights at
8:30 o'clock. 'Kilohana Art League,
under the direetion of
New Dances a Specialty.
Information furnished by Otto
Buraester at WALL, NICHOLS C0.f
King St. Telephone Store 261.
'unltVenin6 Ftlllletln 7Sr. Dn Mnnth.?ntinBasiness Office Phone 258.
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