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THE JLVACIFIU CQM3LEBCIAL ADVERTISER; HONOIiUIU, FEBRUARY G, 1895.
MURDER REPORTED AT PAHALA. Japanese Beaten to Death by Malay. EFFECT OK KOXA AT KOHAL. Volcano It J Mored Aaln-Cold ITeather Last Week-New Service North Kona Checked iy r Wilder Steamer kimiidi. to of the Hilo (Hawaii), Feb. 2. Yesterday another casualty was added to the long list of catastrophes and tragedies already recorded for the new year. As yet nothing very definite has been heard, but Sheriff Williams will pro bably bring more particulars when he returns from Kau, whither he went to investigate the latest murder case re ported. Today word was received that a horrible crime had been committed at Pahala the night before. Sheriff Williams left today for the scene of the murder, and expects to reach Pa hala about midnight The informa tion Is, that a Malay beat a Japanese to death with brass knuckles. Sheriff Williams went armed with a kodak, which he will use in photographing scenes in connection with the tragedy. Note. In reference to the above, Marshal Hitchcock received word from Sheriff Williams at Hllo, by the Kinau, that a Japanese had been mur dered at Pahala on the night of Feb ruary 1st by a Malay. Death was in flicted by pounding the Japanese on the head with brass knuckles, which were found in oue of the pockets of the Malay when arrested. An inquest would be held as soon as possible, and further particulars of the tragedy sent by next trip of steamer Hall. Local Editor. Once more the Volcano road Jail has been moved. This time the camp is on the old " ramie place," about a quarter of a mile below the nine-mile post on the Volcano road. It has re quired about two weeks' time to re build the quarters and get things in shape for the new work. The prison ers have ceased their labors on the Volcano road, and since the first of the month have been working on the Puna road. Jailer Perry has bunks or fifty prisoners, but at no time is he fhA roast on Saturday night with a fall load of sugar. On the morning of that day a part of her cargo was trrnwincr in the field. Uy even ing it had been cut, carted to the mill, ground, manufactured, bagged and marked, carried by train to Mahuko na, loaded on the schooner, and was on its way to San Francisco. At Honoipo the J. G. North is load ing with sugar. The weather has not been very favorable for her, and once or twice she has had to weigh anchor and put out to sea. Still, everything is said to be going on as favorably as was to be expected at the beginning of a new enterprise. The wreck of the Kihalani at Haka lau was heard here with unfeigned re gret. A new service of an important nature to Kohala and North Kona has been checked right at the begin ning. And an enterprising firm has suffered a great loss, which it is to be hoped is mostly covered by insurance. Every sympathy is extended to own ers and crew. It is to be hoped that Wilder8 Steamship Company can their way to continuing this projected new steamer service with another vessel. The postal authorities are to be con gratulated on their enterprise in get ting up posters containing dates KING BRO 3857-ly HOTEL STREET. CASTLE & COORE LIMITED, of coming and going foreign steamers, which they have distributed with a liberal band. These lists in jalain type are found very convenient for reference. Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Hind and Mrs. T. May are visitors in 'the district. A son was born to Mrs. Jno. Hind last week. As the mail leaves the Kona storm 'seems over and the weather clearing up. About two inches of lain fell in the two days. m s m i CARROLL SHOOTING SCRAPE. Too Much Gin Was the Causo of the Trouble. John Carroll, formerly a member of J. M. Vivas' mounted squad of I night patrolmen, is now behind prison bars charged with a serious offense. For two nights past Car roll has not appeared for duty, and according to reports, had been par- f ol'inrf rir rifton nf tVia rnr Viof ?n toxicates. Night before last and t inere1 a a . yesterday Carroll and several homes tavmK Zinc-lined bath others had been making merry at tubs that are in good condition a bouse off Beretania etreet oppo- with this one exception: they site his own. During the festivities lack the features of a Dor- WWSl'SS cin lining How to over- got a revolver and returned. Ar- come this without going to the riving there he fired three shots at expense of getting a new tub, one of the party, one of which took has been a question that has effect m the side of the victim, in- TTT- I, flicting a rather painful but not ,,UU1CU mauy. necessarily fatal wound. Awawa. One pot ot our WHITE a native guard at the powder mag- ENAMEL PATNT will dn f ho 0 I azine near the cemeterv. heard the I i ., allowedmorethanforty-flve,aUinex- firing and went to the scene. When WUrix' IormiD aS it aoes a css of that number being sent to he arrived Carroll and the man he GLOSSY SURFACE, almost ZSLU7S ad " 8ee? in the yard, equal in hardness and durabil- and Hawallana, who are doing prood Carroll admitted to Awawa that he fn v,af t A-rtfli0: :uie work on the roads. had done the shootine. A short 1 , J. . Avery cold spell was experienced time thereafter Carroll attempted Demg a& tne same timehardly ere and elsewhere on this inland dur- x, j . I :t,ui r i. WAR PB OTOS. New lot of Crepe and Plain Tissue Paper. Latest designs in Pic ture Mouldings. Lots of other Goods, new and novel, just received. 1 Importers, Hardware and General Merchandise here ing a few days of this past week. At Puhakaloa, D. H. Hitchcock's coffee nlantBrinn sin tha Vnlnonn mail 1 inn on XX7 hirth woo mrtf tt rtstnnt ! K rrl I miles from town, the thermometer however, without a stubborn resist- ae Wl11 Wll you by ail wfiSh u rr u3Sd reet fcffi MonthepaitofCnoaAwawa to paint your bath Puhakaloa, it stood at 49 deg., while in Hilo the indicator marked the same 49 deer. The Woman's Board of the First Foreign Church have a movement on foot to organize a free kindergarten in HIIo. Judging from the liberal sub scriptions already Insured, the ladies will undoubtedly meet with success In their undertaking. The' Chinese kindergarten, under Mrs. Walsb, is doing excellent work for the little folks under its influence; and it is thought that a similar Institution for the many little Portuguese and Ha waiian children, as well as those of otner nationalities, -will lend its great influence toward the development of of the powers of these children and the cultivating of their better moral natures. Mr. A. G. Curtis, wife and two chil dren leave for San Francisco on the brig Lurline Wednesday. Mr Curtis has disposed of his busines-s interests to Mr. A. W. Hobson, and will locate in can Francisco permanently, should to mount a horse and escape, bat distinguishable from porcelain. was prevented by Awawa from do- Consult vonr nlivtrimn nnrl - XT Mt&AV means tub with was struct several times bv Car- Knnmo PaJf roll, but finally succeeded in getting mu TTFVTnxri? ppp possession of the pistol, and held fZoAU-NJli the would-be murderer until Cap BiAliktib are little gems. tain Scott arrived and took him in Trv one if von want vrmr oowj Cnarge. I nriirVlTr nn r ftin-rnnrvlilTrlini n; The injured man was taken to M ' V --fiu. the hospital, where his wound was vve als0 calA your special attended to by Dr. Wood. Several I attention to our economical witnesses to the shooting have been BAEREL and CYLINDER detained. I nrrrrniTn . i The shootine is said to be a cold- uxumo, tney are easy work- blooded and unjustified attempt at ers, have all sizes and prices, murder. I WoVi ' " ' ' ' l r.rTi7T t ? j - STORIES AND ILLUSTRATIONS. t i I' 21 arl?,3 xuauu iaj lasmn on me wail. f The Contents of the Monthly Journal when not in use by a simple ruoiisnea m mis uity. pull tnese arms fold up like a une ol the features of the Febru- fan, thus taking up but little ar uumuer or me iraraaise 01 the a favorable opening in busi- Pacific is "Opnkahaia, Hawaii First room. Remember we sell he find "Mta p H.tchcock, who ha, beea f " ? fives an in- QH Co's PEART absent from Hilo for several month terestmg history of mission work in OM,Iluara vO. S rtt&tih month aileM irVSa?- raFcjsco last the Hawaiian Islands. It is accom- 01L at $1.S0 per case, C. 0. D., A M ftU Ik IM- 111 I VI KM I V . - Bay City. Mr. Smith wa, tnrmaWZ paniea Dy a handsome half-tone delivered to any Dart nf thfl T j . . . ' . . j a . . . . . I - - iaeni or tnese island I cictnre of UAntrAi iininn nhnr-u ; HAa - J- i . I -j nee vkuw leaiiuos ore: vuiuvaiion Ot bngar Uane," "Oor resident of these Islands. Airs. Furneaux, wife of the United States Consular Agent, Charles A. Furneaux, leaves on the Kinau Mon day for a visit of several months with relatives In Boston and New Bedford. Mr. Hough, a resident of Southern California, and an electrician of some note, spent several days in Hilo and vicinity. ne Dark Annie Johnson, Captain "Uur Uolden Gato' Thomas G. Thrum's "Stories of tha Menehnnes, besides other good read ing mailer. 1 1 A. 1 1 1 wiuer uaii-ione uiusiraiions are a picture of Cocoanut Island, the harbor or Honolulu and a scene in a cane held. The whole croes to maba wal to" to 8ea Saturday, up a capital number. Copies can be bound for San Francisco with a caro had at tb nftwBlA, P - w rr n.t.rinr. a-rm i , v-uo10v,us w vj,v4- uags sugar, ojj packages hides, and 7 bales awa. Miss -tvoae lanieis and Mr. E. Hotirh Joia ine uenedicts. The brie Lurline. Cantin There Wl11 be a ceremony per will satl Wednesday with a full cargo formed at noon on Friday next at The barkentine Charles F. rwtr the residence of Mrs. Chapin, cor Is now due from San Francisco, hav- er Hotel and Richards streets. month. tuc OI 1&aM which will unite in wedlock Mr. nc1? 6 teel barkI Santiago, of the Charles B. Gray and Miss L. M. rru,ei V,1De' 13 next expected, Uhapin. having left San Francisco Jan. 2sth. Th im.i :n v me ivinau ine same aiternoon for ter a SnStJS10, Feb, Hawaii where they will spend sev- gS.ttffcS!KS vro?Lweek3,h0m00 7isitD-2 the Kohala. Southerly winds had been volcano aQd other points of inter- blowing the latter Dart of last wplr. est ana on Saturday nigU a storm broke wltn ligntnlng and thunder. Mr. Gray is bookkeeper at the With these Kona wind, ia tn. umon xee.a o., ana is one of the variably an epidemic of colds and m03t PPuiar and deserving young uiuwauuiuw id Bunenngfrom the I iu me city change of weather. fiBa phonin mi i a j strange natives that had been ally conceutratlng at a certain point In the district during the past three months, are now melting away. At Mahukona the ALIen A got off Miss Cbarjin is a most worthv young lady and enjoys a large cir cle of friends and acquaintances. The Daily Advertiser 75 cents month. a CASTLE & COOKE I'd IMPORTERS, Hardware General Merchandisfr Japaoese Goods. BEES WON'T STING The man who is smeared with honey. Cod Liver Oil can't offend the taste when it is disguised in "Wild Cherry. You only get the good then, the vim, the flesh. Ask for WAMPOLE'B TASTE LESS PREPARATION. for sale by the HOLLISTER DRUG COMPANY, 523 Fort Street. A FRESH, ISTBW FINE LINE or- Gents FarnishiD Goods AT 413 Fort Street. MERCHANT TAILORING J. HOPP & CO., A Specialty. FURNITURE JUST RECEIVED ! if wra inn.iT-i 1 tm 1 1 11 - .it-- y:viw)vv.,.'.'.'.,:f,".v Ill ii MfcM f A COMPLETE STOCK OF BEDROOM SUITS A.T XiO"VV PRICES; Wicker Ware, Rugs and Portiers of all sizes, Sh.avi.ng Stands. Card Tables, AND ROCKERS Ic Oak or Cherry,and other goods too numerous to mention. Repairing of all kinds prompt ly attended to. Furniture packed for the other islands. Special care given to Piano moving. 74 KING STREET. Notice is called to our window of UNDERWEAR -AT 75 CENTS PER GARMENT. Great Bargains ! iPJTCall and inspect oat Ptock . 10HNST0N & STOREY 413 Fort Street. 3545-tf p. accrue WL etc . to fvtmtl - The Hawaiian Electric Company 10,000 Ft fjUottiditvj .e?r. 811k Dras Goods, Cotton Dres Good. Gent's Silk 8hlrts, Gent's Cotton Shirts, Gent's Fancy Crepe Shirts. Straw and Felt Hats, Umbrellas and Parasols, Fancy Screens, Hosiery, Handkerchiefs and Neckties, For both ladies and gentlemen. Watch our advertisement for new goods arriving by every steamer. IWAKAMI, HOTEL STREET. Jext to Peck's Commiwini 3902-tf Rooms. J XT ST ARRIVED PEE BABK C. n. BRYANT BABY CARRIAGES of all styles, CARPETS, RUGS, and MATS in the latest patterns, " Uonseliold 39 Sewing Mjachineg Hand Sewing Machines, all with the latest improvement. Also on hand Westermayer's Celebrated Cottage Pianos Parlor Organs, Guitars and other Musical Instrument. r or saie oy ED. HOFFSCHLAEGER & CO., King Street, opposite Castle & Cooko. S. TAKEMURA 405 KING STBEET, Commission Mercliant, Wholesale and Betail Silk Goods, Cotton Crepes, Underwear, Towels, Hats and Caps ; Fine Line ol Japanese Metal consisting of Match Safes, Ash Trays, Card Cases, Soap Boxes, Decorated Japanese Hand Bags, etc. Just received by China and Bentala from Japan, Provisions, Matting, Toilet Soap, Cotton and Silk Goods, etc. Samples of all kinds of Japanese Goods which I can import on short notice. X5CTTry cur S. T. TEAS. Prices the lowest. " Are now prepared to wiro houses either by contract or day labor and to furnish elec trie lamps, chandeliers and fittings of all descriptions and of elegant modern styles a-: reasonable rates. 37" The Company is now extending its line to Kapiolani Park, and parties dwelling on the route who are desirous of r being connected on the system, will please communi cate with THEO. HOFFMANN, Manager. Hawaiian Electric Ca