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Ti: PACIFIC COMMEHC1AL ADVERTISER: HONOLULU, 3IAHCH 19, 1893.
6 HIS USEFUL CAREER IS ENDED. JRx-Governor Paul Kanoa Found Dead in His Bed BELOVED AM) KKSPECTKI IS Y ALU Oa of tfa Brightest Example of Ha waiian X.!f and CliaraeUr Yet Re corded Ilia Memorr 1VI11 Lod; fee Herei-ed-A Leader of Tilt Countrymen. Paul Pubiula Kalakua Kanoa was found dead in his bed yester day morning by bis wife. Shortly before 1 o'clock Mrs. Kauoa awak ened and found ber husband's arm thrown over her. In seeking to move it, ebe made the horrible dis covery tbat ho was dead. In ter ror, Ebe aroused her two daughters and other relatives who were Etay ing in the house with her. Kanoa was born on ihe lOih of June, 1832, and was, therefore 62 yeas and 9 months old at the time PAUL PUHICLA KJLLAKAU KANOA, EX- GOVERXOR OF KAUAI. of his death. His father was Kaai . kaulehelehe, and Lis mother Ka pau. From his childhood he was associated with the aliis. Until his third year, he was with Mrs. Ke- kuanaoa. At this time iu3 father died and he was adopted by P. Kanoa. "When he was quite young, Kanoa was with Kamamalu. He was mar Tied during his etay with thin lady to Kaleipua, who survives him. After the marriage, Kamamalu thought it would be advisable to give such u promising young man a show at earning a livelihood. He was accordingly sent to manage her property on Kauai, and given exclusive control in her name. The young man did not w;i-te his opportunities, and improved the land to a great degree. He was given a share in the proceeds of the land. This encouraged hiui, and he saved all the money possi ble. Shortly after Kaniamalu'a death, Kanoa bought part of the land at Niumaln, and owned it at the time of hie death. In the year 1857 he wa3 ap pointed tax-collector by the Gov ernment. Recognizing his influ ence on Kauai, and the spirit of kind net-8 shown every person, Kanoa was appointed Governor of that island. Under Kalakaua he made an able Minister of Finance. Besides bt-ing a member of the Legislature, he was also in the Privy Council. A little over two years agoKanoa came down to Honolulu for the purpose of attending to business matters. On the day of his return to Kauai he was stricken with par alyciV, never regaining his natural health and Vor bat grew old and weak rapidly. . Kanoa will always be pv.ken as a beneiacior. nenever me name is mentioned, it is always coupled with some act of kindness done or some word of hope spoken. In his Kauai home Kanoa enter tained the high alii and the poor Hawaiian the well known haole and the laboring man. With him there was no distinction. Kanoa was a descendant of a line . of aliis, and was named Puhiula Kalakua after Kamehameha I. That he was active during his life is proven by the fact that he has left behind an accumulation of $75,000. The funeral services will be held at his late home.Koula, at 12 o'clock today. The funeral will take place at 2 p. m. and the body interred in Kawaiahao cemetery. A Kew Volcanic Theory. Oakland. March 10. Editor Milsap3 of the War Cry addressed the army tonight-" He said that trod put tne volcano oi xvuauea uu . . . . , ii earth to teacn man wnai neu is. RUNAWAY ACCIDENT. Mr. Goodman, of Hawaiian Electric Company, Slightly Injured. Mr. Goodman, of the Hawaiian Electric Company, had an exper ience yesterday morning he is not likely eoon to forget. He, in com pany with Manager Hoffman, drove to the home of the latter on iuuanu street above the Eagle House in a. brake. Mr. Hoffman aligntea ana went inside, leavinc Mr. Goodman alone in the vehicle. A Chinaman passed along about this time with sacks hanging over his shoulders. This sight caused the animal to take fright, and hardly before Mr. Goodman was aware of it tne norse was tearing down the street. After croincr a short distance the brake collided with a telephone post, throwing Mr. Uoodman out ana nnder the vehicle. He sustained a slight scratch on one of his arms and was kicked on the knee besides. AHhouzh considerably Bhaken up, Mr. Goodman continued his duties during the day. Honolulu Teachers' Association, Under the auspices of the above Association A LECTURE UY Dr. R. G. Northrop, ox- The Memory, and How to Train it, will be given in th9 Y. M. C. A. Hall, o n Thursday, March 21, at 7:30 p.m. ADMISSION 25cts. J. IiIGHTFOOT, W16 3t Secretary. The Hawaiian Planters1 Monthly. H. M. WnrrNKY, Editor. Contents for IVIarclx 1895. Notes on Current Topics. Coffee GrowiDg at Olaa. American Association Entomolo gists. Experience the Best Test of Suc cess. Improvement of the Soil. Vaccination of the Land. Sajrar Trade of the U. S. A Prosperous J3eet Sugar Enter prise. Maplo Safrar Production in the U.S. Agriculture in Demerara. Sngar Industry in Australia. Camphor Tree and Trade. Green Manuring of the Soil. Market Gambling in Europe and America. Justice to Sugar Producers. The Victoria Ilegia Lily. Irrigation in Australia. Experience of a Ceylon Coffee Planter. Subscription 2.50 a year. Foreign Subscription $3 a year. Bound Volumes 3 50 Back Volumes bound to order. CPubliahed by the HAWAIIAN GAZETTE CO. 48 Merchant Rt. HonoInV. to It SALE ! o i-a MILES OF Fowler's Palent Portable Track SO rKCIX GCAQE, Just arrived by the Bark II. F.Glade, in quantities to suit X7 Apply to H. HACKt'ELD & CO. 3942-lw 1637-3w At Gazette Office. flE R E'S ONLY ONE Profit made by US, as we buy direct from the maker, where by we save YOU the middle man's profit. If you have been told otherwise, call and be convinced. Oar special announcement to you is that by the Gaelic we have received a fine assort- meut of Dress Goods, Gents' Furnishing?, Neckwear and Japanese Jewelry consisting of Scarf Pins in new and unique designs for both ladies and gents. Straw Hats, Straw Hats, Straw Hats. A UARGAIX, A HAKGAIX, A MRGAIN. K. FUEDYA, Robissoa Block, Hotel Street. SG53-V PAPA S PITS Are too Lanre for me But they lit papa the nicest of any that be ha had mad in HONOLULU. If you don't know where the placo is, ask the policeman on the corner to show you 413 Fort Street. While ordering a Buit, you can also be fitted out in all classes and grades of GENTS' FURNISHING ! Don't Forget the Number 4L13, 4,13. Johnston & Storey. ONCE MORE ffl THE UNO ! - N. F. BURGESS Ts again prep3redTfto repair Garden lloee, Hprinklrrs, Water Taps, Saw Fil ms and all kinds of Tools sharpened in cluding Carving Knives and Scissors; Lawn Mowers a specialty ; also letting Glass, in fact all kinds of jobbing. Work railed for and returned. Ring up 159 Mutual Telephone nny. time before 2 o'clock a.m. 3S34-6m CASTLE k COOKE LIMITED, IMPORTERS, BUILDERS HARDWARE AND GENERAL Merchandise Plantation tiurilicM. Steel Plows, "X. made expressly for Ihlard Wo extra Pari. CfANE KNIVES. Affrip.iilfnpfll Imnlpmpnfc I AlUUUllUlUt 1U1LJ1VU1V1JUJ CAICl'KNTEKS. ULACKSMITUS AND MACHINISTS' TOOIS Painters Supplies, Blake's Steam Pumps, Weston's Centrifugals, Wilcox & Gibbs' Sewing Machines LUBRICATINQ OILS, Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc. CASTLE & COOKE L'd IMPORTEKS. Hardware aq1 General. Merchandise p New lot of Crepe and Plain Tissue Paper. Latest designs in Pic ture Mouldings. Lots of other Goods, new and novel, just received. KING- 3857-ly HOTEL STREET. DRESSED TO KILL! He is, no doubt. The result shows it. The damsel prefers the better dressed man. Sach result is a matter of course when the suit is made in our well known faultless style Poor tailoring spoils the best cloth. With us both material and tailoring are above criticism. And we are now making Suits, Overcoats ard Pants at a big reduction. 2Tee our Pants for $3. MEDEIROS & CO., Hotel street, opposite King Bros. Wanted To Purchase. FILE OF THE HOLOMUA, (English) for the year 1894. Apply at Advertiser office. 3916-tf m TS. VULCAN SAFETY MATCHES The best in the market odorless WAR.-:- PHOTOGRAPHS ! Framed at $1.25 each and Upwards. Rubber Garden Hose; Xeohanios Tools, a specialty; Ready JVlixecl Paints; Paints in Oil; Dry Paints; Varnishes; Paint Oils; l-ncol and. Linseed., raint Crashes, Blasting Powder, Giant Ponder, Caps and Fua HEADQUARTERS FOR CAKBOLINETJH AVENARIUS ! (registered.) Wood Preserving Oil. Endorsed by the Press, Scientists and leading Architects throughout the World. Preserves all wood above or underground, in fresh or salt water. Prevents dampness in walls and renders brickwork waterproof. Pestrojs vermin, insectar house fungus, disinfects premises. CARRIAGE WHIPS a new invoice. Agents for the celebrated VACUUM 1 L. Pacific Hardware Company, Limited, Fort Street, - - Honolulu. J. HTOT!5 & CO., FUBNITUEE JUST RECEIVED ! 31 V:-.v i-V''''- i,t-rt,.'. ;.j' . -.".1. f '? YOKOHAMA BAZAAR, IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN Japanese Silk and Cotton Dress Goods ! Kimonos, Fcarfs, Shawls, Bamboo Parlor Screens, from $2 up and Portieres, Fans, Lacquer, Porcelain and China Ware, Gents' Furnishings, consisting of Silk, Cotton and Crape Shirts, Silk and Cotton Hose, Neckwear, etc., etc. C"We are the cheapest and best house in Honolulu for Japanese Gooda. Call and we will convince you with prices. MURATA & CO., JUST RECEIVED HENRY CLAY AND BOOK & COMPANY Choice Havana Cigars Hollister THE MTCJTTT AJY-j LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY OF NEW YORE RIO HARD A. SlcCVRDY Assets December 31stf 1893 : 186,707,680.14 o A Good Record, the Best Guarantee for the Future. o 27"FOR PARTICULARS, APPLY TO S. B. ROSE, General Aent for Hawaiian Islands A COMPLETE STOCK OK BEDROOM SUITS AT LOW rIilCFS; Wicker Waie, Rugs and Portiers of al I size Shaving Stance, Card rFablen AKD K0CKERS In Oak or Cherry,and other good too nuiEerous to mention. Eepairing of all kinds prompt ly attended to. Furniture packed for the other iblands. Special care given to Piano moving. 74 KING STREET CORNER NJJJJANXT HOTEL STREETS. Proprietors. Co. President. Si