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EVENING HWAETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., MONDAY MAIICII 1, 1009.
NAPKINS and TABLECLOTHS
FIRST SHOWING OF
Personally selected by our Miss Spencer during her re
cent trip East. The FAMOUS
Gage and Keith's Pattern Hats
Our Own Creations
Now on display, Don't fail to come and sec them.
Annual Clean-Up Sale of
now on. Wc want to impress 'ou with the importance of
this sale from a Money -Savins standpoint. The reductions
arc decidedly substantial, making it to your advantage to
buy quickly. Big bargains in
CROSS BAH. 0RGANDD2S, DRESS VOILES,
MINTED- IAWNS, KNUB ETAMINES,
EMBROIDERED VOILES, EMBROIDERED LINEN,
EMBROIDERED FIGURED SWISS,
TOURED ORGANDIES, SOIE DU MONDE,
FIGURED DIMITIES, SWISS BRODERIC,
CHIFFON MULLS, EMBROIDERED SILK OROANDIES,
SHEER FIGURED ORGANDIES,
Sec them in our Fort Street Window. Note the Tremen
dous Reductions. SALE WILL POSITIVELY CLOSE ON
Sachs Dry Goods Co.,Ltd.
Corner Fort and Bcrctania Streets, opposite Fire Station.
NOTICE OF REDEMPTION OF BONDS OF
HAWAIIAN SUOAR COMPANY.
Wp. tho umlciHlRiicil, O. UIWIN nnd E. I. SPALDING, Trustees
under Doed of Trum d.itcd January -I, 1902, nindo liy HAWAIIAN Slf
CiAll COMPANY to tho uiulcrsdBncd nt Trustees, licroby glvo notice to tlio
liuiKlliulclcrH of tho Hawaiian Sugar Company of tho election of wild Com
pany to lodcom and pay, nnd of tlio redemption nnd p:i merit of tho
followlm; numhcreil liund tf mild Cuifipnny on tho l'lltST DAY OP
APItll,, 19un. nt tho nfflco of tho MKIICANTIM-3 TIIUST COMPANY OK
SAN PUANCISCO In tho City and County of San Francisco, Stnto of Cal
' Honda numhercd:
i no i2", isi zm :ior, r,S2 452
:: nt i:s iss 247 ':m7 son 4C3
i on 3o isc " 21U an huh tr.r,
r. 72 i:u i$7 lti 21:1 :i9t 457
i; 71 122 1S8 2H2 31S 39G 458
12 7fi 137 1S9 2153 319 397 400
13 - 7 138 190 255 320 398 401
II SI- 1.19 191 2H7 321 399 4C2
17 S3 110 193 2158 323 400 4U3
20 SI 141 197 2G0 321 402 4CG
21 Sr, 112' i9p 202 3215 403 407
23 SO 143 201 201 , 32!) 409 4GS
21 SS lir, 202 2 (IT, 333 410 471
35 S9 1 IT 201 200 339 419 47.ri
31! . 1)0 " 119 210 20K 340 420 480
SS 111 150 211' - 271 311 421 482
3!) !I2 U,3 211 272 313 421 48.1
31) U3 15n 2115 273 34 1 420 4 ST,
33 UK lfiO 210 ' 27S 315 429 187
37 99 101 ' 218 280 317 430 488
41 102 '101 222 288 318 431 489
43 103 iltIO 220 289 3!5t 432 491
415 101 107 228 290 352 433 493
40 1IJ0 Ill's 233 291 351 431 494
48 107 109 231 292. 300 38 495
4U 109 170 235 293 301 4 10 500
50 ,113 171 237 291 302 442
HI 111 172 239 29S 303 441
50 115 173 211 299 305 143
57 ' 119 175 242 301 30S 117
58 122 170 213 302 371 IIS
59 123 183 245 303 375 149
(Continued from Face X)
nilttco tho bill una Indefinitely post
poned. Similar action, on recommendation
of tho Health nnd Police Committee,
wan taken In K'tf.ird to Mnkcknu'H
HoiiBo Hill 07, lepeallnK certain of the
lawn relating to laundries.
Thu committee nlno reported unfav
orably on n second laundry bill Intro
duced by Mnkckau, No, 0H( and this
bill vn nlBO Indefinitely ixmtponod.
Consideration of the Senato'fl
Lamuulment to Corrca'B antl-Kovcrn-
tueut by commission resolution, post
poned from yesterday, was resumed
ond the llinifie without further debate
voted to concur In tho amendment,
which striken out tho clauso provld
Ir.K that copies of tho resolution be
sent to bo President of tho Sonnto
nnd the 8enker of tho llouso of Hep
rcseiitutlvcH of Coumess.
AlthuiiKh tho House yesterday vot
ed to adopt tho report of tho Miscel
laneous Committee recommending tho
passage of Naknleka's bill, No. 35, to
raise tho pay of road laborers to $1.50
n day, tho bill failed to pass on third
rending today. Sheldon found that
tho bill was Incorrectly worded, nnd
on his motion It wns recommitted to
Walwaiole Wantt to Know.
Walwnlolo Intioduccd a following
resolution, which was adopted, to tho
effect that, as the water supply for
Wnlluku nnd Knhulul is limited; and
us the Wnlluku Sugar Company owns
most of the water In the Ino stream,
whcio the supply conies from, llio3up
uiintcniknt of Public Works is re
quested to report to the House forth
with what portion of the water In the
lao valley belongs to the people and
what to the plantation; and Is all that
portion belonging to the people used
by tho Wnlluku water works or not?
The resolution was adopted.
Mnkckau Introduced a concuirent res
olution thnt It bo tho sense of the Leg
islature that hereafter the opinion of
the school agents relating to the snl
iirlcH of teachers In the respective dis
tricts should bo obtained by tho De
partment of Public Instruction .beforo
the salaries of such teachers arc fixed.
Illlilo Introduced a lesulutlnn pro-
ldlng for nn appropriation of $35,000
for n na,w court liotiso unit Jail at I.a-
II. Jl. SO, Itlce, providing thnt each
representative district shall have u
member on tlio Hoard of IMucatlon
II, II. 81, Douthltt. relating to vot
ing at meetings of corporations VI-
II. 15. 82, Douthltt, providing for the
appointment of pollco ofneers liy dep
uty sheriffs Miscellaneous Commit
tee. II. 1). S3, Kamnnaulu, relating to mil
itia enrollment Military Committee.
Senate Hill 4, Coclho, pnnldlug for
biennial reports by counties to the
LANDS BIG SHARK
Sailors Kill Sea Monster
With Blow Of
'The lioldei of nbovo numbored bonds nro heicby notified to prcsont
foi payment of principal nnd interest to April 1st ,1909, nnd surrender
paid bonds at tho place and on thu date last aliovo mentioned, nnd thnt
uftor Apill 1st, 1909, all Interest on said bonds numbered as aforesaid
iilmll cenno .
Honolulu, T. H rebrunry I, 1909.
W. 0, IUWIN,
i:. I. SPAMUNO,
?fi .Triutcea under said Hawaiian Sugar
Company Trust Deed,
New Lot of
Dining- Room Sets
(Continued from Pe.ro W
shall be no tax except 011 11 basis of
"Then thero Is a provision which
would prohibit this Legislature fiom
expending more than $2500 for print
Powers of Leitfslatue Inrreased
"You will llnd nil thioiiRh this bill
that thu powers of tlio Legislature
"I think thnt tho $400 now pro
vided Is too little Milnry for leglslu
lots. I tiullcvo thnt tho SG0O pro
vided In this bill Is none too much.
Tho work of member of tho Legisla
ture Is arduous and I do not think
$000 too much for sixty days' work,
particularly as there Is liable to bo
nn extra session without rcmuncra
Simply Clean Doubt
"In regard to tho amendment of
Section 52 of tho Organic Act, I
would say that tho only change Is
thnt tho word 'biennially' Is struck
out. If that word means anything, it
probably means that nil appropria
tions must bo mndo cvory two years
mid that the appropriations made at
tho Bpeclal session in 1904 nro void.
Allows Countv Bonds
"Section 55 Is changed In three
partlculnts. In tho llrst place, It
permits the Legislature to allow the
Counties to Issue bonds. In tho boc-
ond place, It was Intended to remove
any uncertainty as to whether tlio
Legislature can iiutliorlzo the icfuml
lug of bonds nt any time.
"Thou, In the third place, tho Or
ganic Act requires all bunds to lie
ledccmnhle In not less than llvo yeais
imd payable In not more than fifteen
1 sears. The conditions on tho bond
The Toyo Klscn Kalslia liner Nip
pon Maru, Captain W. I. Kilmer,
whllo wultlng orf port this morning
for tho Federal otucliils to board her,
gave opportunity to some of the incui
bers of her crow to catch a lino spec
imen of thu shnrk tribe. Thu man
eater measures about .live feet lu
length and was not unite dead when
tho Nippon ducked.
One of tho Japanese seamen stated
this morning that the shark was
hanging around the ship whlle-nt an
chorage. The men managed to land
a blow which .dazed tho fish. It was
then hooked nnd brought on board.
The Nippon brought no cabin pas
sengers for this port. She had, how-
over, a fow Japanese In tho steerage.
She Is currying only nine cabin pas
sengers to San Francisco. Her enrgo
for Honolulu Is 418 tons of general
merchandise and 52 bags of mull
Silo will resume her inn ut 5 o'clock
public lands by bona fldo Bottlers
rather than by speculator."
Senator Falrchlld "I nnjlco that
the section debars aliens. Can there
bo no provision so that Portuguese
who have been living on land for
maybe twenty years or more, but yet
nro debarred fronj becoming citlzcnu
owing to their inability to spcuk Kn
glish or Hawaiian, can becurc their
lands In fee simple?"
Governor "Tho policy of the Fed
ernl Government Is opposed to allow
ing aliens to secure land lu tho Territories."
Falrchlld "I notice that this sec
tion provides that undeveloped lands
shall bo told fofnot moro thnn twen-
ty-lho per cent., of their .appraised
valuation, underdeveloped land for
not less than fifty per cent, of Its
market value. ' I object to tills. I
bellcvo thnt all valuable, developed
land should he bold nt its highest
valuation. On tho other hand, I be
lieve that undeveloped land could ml
nntageously bo given away to In
duce pcoplo to come hero nnd settle."
Ten Years Too Lone;
Smith "On tho whole, I bcllevo
that thu provisions of thu section nro
hound; I have tho feeling that 'ten
years Is n long period to require 11
man to live on land, though."
Governor "That Is put in as n
protection to the homesteader. If a
man wants to mako his homo on the
land, ho will stay thero. Tho spec
ulator will not want to,"
Governor "Section 0 simply re
peals tho provision which requites us
to hnvo n High Sheriff, nnd leaves
the matter up to the Legislature.
May "Remove For Cause"
"I believe that tho provision that
tho Governor may rcmovo for cause,
and ufter duo notice and hearing,
any appointive officer Is self-explanatory.
We have several Instances In
this Territory of tho wisdom of such
Smith "it seems to mo thnt this
provision Is n very wise one. Tho
Governor may 'rcmovo for ciiuso.'
That obviates nny danger thnt this
marked me In ull my career, nnd tht
wan Tcnnant. ninny carn ago. wh cul
my cjcjmoi. I hnxe mi h.iid wna
to say about Hums, but he slmplv
was not In It. Why, I need to point
to parts of my body nnd say. 'Hit me
here, Tommy, or, there Tommy I -!e
your choice!' but he could not do It
"Tlio largest crowd I ever saw nt
tended the light. I was n wonderful
day. nnd 0110 no or to bo forgotten
Mcintosh, who has the rights or the
moving pictures, should mnke a lot
of money with tho lllms. There l
only one thing about the pictures
once you hnu Been them, jou won't
go again for n poop; thu fight is so
one-sided that the spectator will coiuo-1
away disgusted. Still overyonu who
can will surely watch the go with In
tcrest, nt least once."
"Yes," chipped In .Mrs. Jack, "It
was a one-sided light, why Daddy had
no trouble whatsoeer with Mi
Theie is no doubt of Mrs. Johnson's
belief In her husband's ability to licit
anyone. When Johnson was told that
Confessor Jack O'llrleiu wits mulched
to light Stanley Ketehel, he laughed
out, "What! You don't say so. Wh
Jack will put It nit over Kctihel. I
don't think that thu latter has 11
chanca with O'Hrlcn."
Just then thu hack passed thu Mnr
nun church nnd that switched tin
conversation from one kind of ring
nlfalr to another, "What, four wles
for 0110 man!" Joked Mrs. Juek, "Why
I thought ono was enough worry for
one man, eh. Daddy?" Daddy kept
mum nml llii.fi mit (hi tnlk back In
the prober channel that Is, from it
bportlug writers point of view.
"Well, lilll Lang has Improved won
derfully lately, and so has Hill Squires
for that matter. I was surprised nt
the showing they made. Lang has
gone direct to London, via Suez canal,
and I'll meet him there later."
Then reverting" to tho big light
again, Johnson remarked, "What do
ou think they wanted to do down Is
Sydney?" Tho writer would not haz
ard u reply, so Jack continued, "Why,
they wanted to hnvo Snowy linker,
Hums' sparring partner, named as r f
eiee pretty raw, was It not?" '
"Mcintosh was O. K. us third man.
but he had little to do, us thu llghl
was one sided."
Mrs. Jack seems to know more
about tho fight gamu than most ill
1 leged sporting writers, nnd her re
marks were to the point sho prob-
ubly follows In her hubby's footBtups.
"Thu voyngo was lovely." M10 re
marked. "At Suva, FIJI, wo had ,1
grand time. I wanted un automobile,
but had to bcKcoutcnt with 11 Jinrick
shaw. Wu went nil over thu town nnd
tho natives followed us everywhere."
In answer to 11 question nbout Sum
Fltzpatrlck, Jnck replied, "Sam's en
gagemeut with mo ended six months
ago, but ho stayed- with mo till thu
big light was through, Fltz Ib 011 the
Makurn, but Is not acting 11c my man
Johnson Bays that ho hns engage
incuts in London music halls Tor a
long time to colno. "I played under
Harry Hlckard's management In Syd
ney, Melbourne, Adelaide, Perth and
up In thu gold field towns at Cnolgar
die and Kallgoorllc. Thu houses were
packed, and I could hnvo kopt going
for as lung nn I cured, but I wanted
to get back to the Suites and sou my
niI5T OUAIITT -
ENGRAVER and ELECTROTYPER
W4tAW0tnu DtNvnr COtO
$600 House and Lot on Judd nr.
Nuuanu. 0Z x Vi.
$500 House and lot at Alewn, be
low Judd St. 50 x GO.
$1400 House and Lot at Puunui nr.
Car Line. 75x000.
AND OTHER BARGAINS.
P. E. R. Strauch
71 8. KINO ST
I - -Wf ' 'Ifc.'
M. nl . Mmt
I (t.ubll.li-l lff) , I
If you arc start
inn in housekeeping-
er the cost of a
wood ttovc and
the fuel it con
nr.d the joys of
will be kept
An Inhilitlon tor
Onitlani Is Boon t Allhmllo.
.. .- .. .. . .. ffu-tlvtabrfftthln ft
rnJr tor llw-i '! bwlM ' '"
U Isko tb tJiJr t"l U" "-1'' , ,
miUDt trtm'. It U Iwlmbto to inolbm
with mftll child fru
TIiom of Con
will flnJ lmrodit reiki
from CougLi or InfUm!
Condition of tho IhrOftU
nd totl r uo
leO tulton BlrMt,
Gas Co., Ltd.
needs constant attention to
keep it in the best condition
and preserve its finish and
Mr. and Mrs
INC, and othfi
t4t KINO ST.,
are nde to meet every con
dition to which floors, furni
ture, or woodwork may come.
If your woodwork is in poor
condition, whatever the
cause, these preparations will
gicatly improve it.
Lewers & CooKe,
177 S, KINO ST. PHONE 775.
folks, before going over to England
power may bo used for frivolous rea
sons. I should say that tho action of
the Oovcrnor would probably be re
viewable by tho courts. At nny rnto,
thero would bo ninplo publicity so
that danger of causeless removals
would bo minimized."
Vote of Thanks
Tho Scmito then passed n vote
thanking tho Governor for his pres
ence. President Smith then escorted
tho floernor to the door of the Sin
A recess was taken until 2 o'clock
111:11 ket are changing w that It may
EARLY ENGLISH FINISH
GOLDEN OAK FINISH
COYNE FURNITURE CO., LTD.
1 bo advisable to Issue bonds payablo
In different ways, and take ndvnu
(ago of the best market.
Amendment of Section 73 "This,
I think, Is the section that has at
tracted n good denlkif attention. Thu
chief piovlslons of thlH umcmlmont
1110 to facilitate the acquiring of
(Continued From Vest I)
would bo something dping, Johnson
laughed, good and healthy and said
"Sure, Sllko!" how did ho know the
11 11 1 1 0 1 1 n man was Irish It was not
f 1 0111 tho brand of (lie booze Hint the
champ Insisted on but, thnt is tolling
tales out of school,
Johnson and his wife seem dovotcd
to ono another, nnd Mrs, J, Is a
charming woman. It Is cattily seen
that Jack Is very much In love, and It
Is only when a pugilist's nnmu Is men
tioned that the cold, steely look comes
Into his eyes. This man Johnson will
take a lot of beating, and thero cemr.
nopaily in sight just now who ,liu3 a
look' In with him. ,
In answer to a question about the
great fight with Hums, Johnson snld:
"Tommy did not have n look-in. lie
'never lauded nnu punch that I felt.; lu
fact theie Is only one man v.liu over
Hums U also showing In the stub;
capitals of tho commonwealth, and
according to Johnson Is drawing well.
.Mrs. Johnson says she would lll:o
to kettle in lUmnlulu, but Jack looked
dubious about it, froin a business
point of view thero did not seem much
money lu tho fight lino here.
Johnson would hnvo liked to line
given u show hero, but the arrival of
tho steamer wns so late that arrange
ments could not bo'nuulo, Even now
ho Is keen 011 thu mutter, and will tr ,
what Joe Cohen can do In the way of
llxlng something up for this afternoon
Sam Fltzpatrlck did not huvo much
to say: ho sliunly reneuted what John
son Had said, lz: that his engagement
as Johnson's manager had ended, and
that ho was going to tho States.
"It was a big ciowd sure, but John
son was too big and too strong for
Hums," ho remarked. "Why Hums
noer had u chance rlglitt hroiigh the
Air. ami Mrs. Johnson aro taking in
nil tho sights they can during their
brief lslt. Jack says he has been
through Honolulu four times, This Is
Mrs. Jack's first visit, and sho Is In
love with tlio plnco, "Colonies! Why
It's not In tho sumo class us Ilnuolii
lu," sho remarked. "This is the most
beautiful plnco I've over seen." And
thu hiimblo scribe says, Amen
President elect Tnft becomes a
member of tho Masonic fiaternlty
Chief Geioulmo's funeral services
conform to Apaclio stle. I
BETTER GO DOWN THE ROAD.
There arc few better trips in the
Islands thnn that to Haleiwa, and if
you want a better one it would be
hard to advise you. There is every-
I thing to the good at Haleiwa: rooms,
(hotel cooking and service, and you
have nothing to find fault' with.
There mil be an extra attraction
there on tho 14th, when the Mara
thon racers arrive after their Ionic
run. St. Clair Bidgood, the manager,
will look after your comfort.
Everything that the Name Implies.
Office Supply Co.,Lld.
031 FORT ST.
The Manhattan Cafe
Meals and Short Orders at All Times
of the Day and Night. We Never
Sleep. FORT ST. NEAR HOTEL.
R. Wm. WARHAM, Prop.
I LEVY'S I
Mrs, William J. l.emp, Jr., granted
divorce and alimony on giound of de
5&ck up the Improvement Com
trJtfce in its endeavor to improve the
itttets and sidewalks, This means
GEARY-STREET ABOVE UNION SQUARE
JUST OPPOSITE HOTEL ST. FRANCIS
EUROPEAN PLAN $1.50 A DAY UP
AMERICAN PlAJt $3.00 A DAY UP
J A new down town hotel. Steal and
brick structure. Furnished al a cost ol
$150,000. Eterj comfort and comonl
encs. On ear lints trantferrlnz to all
pails o( cilj. Omnibus meets all trains
and steamers. . m
Now lccognizcd nj Hawaiian
Cable Address "TRAWETS."
Horse, Harness and
For Sale, Guaranteed.
A. R. Rowat, D.V.S.
777 KING ST.
FINE DRIVING AND SADDLE
HORSES FOR HIRE OR SALE.
Pau Ka Hana
THE ENEMY TO DIRT.
At Your Grocer's.
Vou Want Electric Wirinp; Done or
Private Telephone Installed or Dry
Catteries, call the
UNION ELECTRIC CO.,
Harrison Block. Phone 315.
Bulletin Business Office Phone 250.
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185,
rilf-iAiML'. . ,t1k.M-ftJr ' r N i i. .t