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Personally selected by our Miss Spencer during- her re
cent trip East. The FAMOUS
Gago and Keith's Pattern Hnts
Qui Own Creations
Now on display. Don't fail to come and see them.
Annual Clean-Up Sale of
now on. Wc want to impress "ou with the importance of
this sale from a Monc,-Savinf standpoint. The reductions
nrc decidedly substantial, making it to your advantage to
buy quickly. Big bargains in , . a
CROSS BAR ORGANDIES, DRESS VOILES, ,
PRINTED LAWNS, KNUB EXAMINES,
EMBROIDERED' VOILES, EMBROIDERED LINEN,
EMBROIDERED FIGURED SWISS,
FIGURED ORGANDIES, SOIE DU MONDE,
TIGURED DIMITIES, SWISS BRODERIC,
CHirFON MULES, EMBROIDERED SILK ORGANDIES,
. SHEER FIGURED ORGAIIDIEs!
See them in our Fort Street Window. Note the Tremen
dous Reductions. SALE WILL PPOSITIVELY CLOSE ON
Also', Oahu To Taste Lash
01 the Outside
1 Sachs Dry Goods Co.,Ltd. j
Comer Fort and Beretania Streets, opposite Fire Station.
SO VHBlN&lUltiiiH JWOTHMI
NOTICE OF REDEMPTION OF BONDS OF
HAWAIIAN SUOAR COMPANY.
We. tlio undersigned, W. Cn IRWIN' nml 12. I. SI'AI.DINU, Trustees
ui.dcr D.-uil ut Tiust il.ilcil Jiiuunr) 21. 1902, made by HAWAIIAN HcJ
(iAIt COMPANY In the undersigned m Tiustecs, heicby give notice to tbo
bcjiulholdois of thu Hawaiian Sugar CYinpniiy of tile election nf mid Com
i:ui tu redeem mid pay. nnd of tin icdcmptlon nml pament o( tlio
following mtmlieiod bonds of finlil Ciinp.iny (ill tho I'll 1ST DAY OV
Al'ltll.. 13UU. ut tlio olllro of tlio Ml'Itt'ANTII.I' TKUST COMPANY OK
HAN I'KANCISC'O In tlio City mid County ui Sun Kiuiiclscc Stnto of Cnl
1 RO 12fi ISt 2 IC t 300 .182 4.2
:i in 12S isr, 217 ::o7 .ido 45.1
I i;r. i;io 1st! 21!) .ill ::o:i . !"..'
r, 72 ISt 1S7 251 .11:1 .191 457
t: 71 i:i2 iss 252 :ns ssii 4ns
12 75 137 1S 253 310 397 400
13 7l! 138 190 255 320 H9S 4U1
II St 139 191 257 321 399 402
17 S3 110 193 ' 25S 323 100 4C5
20 SI 111 197 2C0 321 402 4 GO
21 ' 85 142 199 202 320 403 407
23 80 113 201 20 1 . 329 409 4CS
21 'hS 115 202 205 ,333 410 471
25 S9 147 201 200 339 419 475
20 90 149 --210 20S 340 420 4S0
28 91 , 150 211 ' 271 311 421 482
29 92 in::-... 211 272 31:1 421 4S3
30 93 K.n , 2J5 273 311 t20 485
33 95 100 210 278 345 129 4S7
37 99 101 21K 2S0 317 130 4SS
It 102 101 , 222 2S8 348 431 4S9
42 103 100 ' 220 289 351 132 491
45 1QI 107 228 290 352 433 493
40 100 108, , 233 291 354 131 494
48 ' 107 109 231 292 300 438 495
49 109 170 235 293 301 140 COO
50 113 " 171 237 291 302 412
5 1 111 172 239 29S 303 411
60 115 173 211 299 305 US
57 119 175 21J 301 30S fl7
51! 122 170 213 302 371 IIS
59 123 1S3 245 303 375 149
New Lot of
Dining' Room Sets
EARLY ENGLISH FINISH
GOLDEN OAK FINISH
Tlio holdcis of nlioo numbered bonds uro Iieicby notified to present
fui payment of pilnelpul nnd Interest lo Apill lHt ,1909", nnd surtondor
Mild bonds ut tlio plate nnd on-tlio date Inst nboo mentioned, nml that
litter April 1st, 1909, till Inteiest 011 Bald bauds numbered as aforesaid
r.luill (euro .
llumiliilu, T. II., I'uliruary 4, 1909.
W. a. IRWIN,
n. I. Sl'AMJINO,
J 1 Trustees under bald Hawaiian Sugar
' Company Trust Deed.
Eleventh Day Afternoon Session
Yesterday morning Knlclopu gnvo
fotlco Hint he would IntioducO n bill
lo authorize the pa)incnt of tlio coun
ty cmplojes whoso warrants nre held
up by Trensurcr Trent nnd whom
Mn or 1'ern's appointees nre hoping
lo displace. Hut tbo title of tills bill
piovhled for payment only for the
months of . January ami IVbrttury. Dur
lug the noon icccss Knlclopu coiielu
(led Hint It would bo Just ns well to
nfcsuro tbo workers of two weeks
more pay, ho bo withdrew his prev
ious notice of Intention nnd introduc
ed nu enabling net covering tbo time,
between January I nnd Mnrch 15,
1909. Thoso to bo pnld, nccordlng to
tbo bill, nre "persons cmplo)ed by
tlio City nnd County tbiougb the
Hoard of SupcrWsors or by any torn
uilttco or ngcnt of the Hoard."
Oahu Is to bo punished for her fool
ishness In electing a Democratic Sher
iff, It n bill introduced by Wnlwalole
goes through, and tlio good Counties
of Hawaii, Knunl, nnd Maul nrc to
be rewarded for their faithfulness.
Tbo latter, by the piovlslons of Wnl
wulolo'H bill, nrc to get rid of the
((instant row Hint attends tbo elec
tion of a Shell ft of one party and n
Deputy Sheriff lutvlng oilier political
nlllllutlons. In tbo tlneo Counties
named the Sheriff, with tlio nppronl
of the Hoard of Supervisors, Is given
authority to appoint nnd remove bis
deputy. Hut Oahu, for her sins, is
left out in tho. political cold.
Bills Now Laws
l;en the wrath of statesmen whose
(sthctlc sense bus been outraged by
mot lug pictures demonstrating tbo
method of eating pot can not now en
danger the $25,000 appropriation for
Hnwall'u exhibit at tbo A.-Y.-l'. ex
position. A communication from tlio
Secrctury of tbo Territory informed
the Houso that tbo (lovernor had 011
March 1, at 4t25 o'clock', signed this
bill, nnd also House Illll 12, Act 5,
appropriating 120,000 for tbo ex
penses of n Congressional party lo
lslt Hawaii, and Houso Joint Hcso
lutton 1, Joint Resolution,, provld
lng for tlio appointment of 11 lomnils
blou to examine Into the matter of
prhato whanes and landings.
Cotton Left Out
Tlio Finance Committee reccinimon
tied tbo passage of Senator Moore's
bill to encourngo diversified Indus'
tries, but did not think cotton should
bo Included In tho list of products,
the land luecl In (ho pipductlon of
which Is to be exempt fioui taxation
An nnieniliiient lent lug out cotton
wns lccommuided. The repoit was
Senate Hill 51, apportioning the
membership on the Hoard of educa
tion among the tnrtous Counties,
(.11110 down from the Senate, wns
read tho first time, nnd teferrcd to
tbo Educational Committee. Tho
snmo bill lias already been Introduc
ed in tho Houso by Illco. A dupli
cate of Castro's dhorco bill also
caino down from tho Semite and went
Senate Hill .13, relating to substi
tute Justice of tbo Supremo Couit,
passed Second reading and was refer
red to tho Judiciary Committee.
At 3:15 the Houso rcbolvcd Itself
Into Committee of tbo Whole to con
sider Alfonso's Houso Hill 0, dividing
tho County of Hawaii Into two Sena
torial districts. After much debate
lending to no results, Itlio moved
that tho committee liso nnd leconi
mend Hint the bill bo referred to a
special committee consisting of all
tho members ft 0111 Hawaii in both
houso ami scunto. this motion cur
ried. A icccss was taken In glo
nine (or the picparatlon of tlio re
port, which was rendered when tho
Houso wns called to older by tho
Speukor. At 1:1 Ctho Houso adjourn
cd for tho day.
If every property-owner and occu
pier will see to cleaning, and keeping
clean, the street and sidewalk in
front of his premises, the city will
look as though it had its face wash
ed, and the cost will be little or noth-
jing. Let's try it. t
"Ho It Hcsolved I15 tho Senato
X of tho Legislature of the Tcrrl- ,
tory of Hawaii, tho House
Hj of Iteprcsentatltes concurring, 3
X Tlint n message, ber tho slgna- "1
k' tu res of tho President of tho
X Senate and tho Speaker of tho x
Ji Houso of Representatives, bo M
i sent by cable, on Hie morning it
X of March 4th, to the Hon. Win,
if II. Taft, President of the Unit-
X. ed States, nB follows' 11
M "Hon. Win. It. Tnft. President of ".
r tho United Stales- fl
H. "The Legislature of Hio Tor- 'i
a, rltorv of Hawaii sends concrat-
X ulntlons." x
Tho foregoing resolution, introduc
ed into tho Senate this morning by
Senator Chllllngworth, wns passed by
a vote of fourteen to nothing. Sena
tor McCarthy refused to tote.
When the motion was liitioduccd,
Senator McCarthy uroe and asked if
It weie expected that the Democratic
Senators would fatnr bending n mes
sage of congratulation to tbo man
who defeated tjiclr candidate for the
olllco of Chief KxecutUe
President Smith explained Hint tho
message wns simply a greeting to Hie
new Picsldent, mid, that nil party
Unci should bo obliterated. When
tho voto wns taken, .McCarthy de
clined to go on record either for or
against tho resolution.
Tho friends nnd acquaintances of
Itn.ul Supervisor () Tom Cummins
who called at tho unices of tho de
partment this morning on business or
tu orfer their condolences were shock
ed, nnd horrified to Unci tho door lock
ed nnd ngloomy rosette of black ciepo
depending from the kivob. , ,
' Nobody hud Imagined tliA the de
cision of the Supremo Court, hail gone
mi hard with him, nnd tho display of
grief in the lower corridors of the
Capitol was general, except In so
far ns the faithful gang Hint has been
patiently waiting outside the door fo,-
the past few weeks wns concerned.
Hut nbout 10 o'clock n heavy and
llriu step was henrd In tho halls
nnd Tommy Cummins himself appear
rd, looking solemn but very much
nlhe., It nppcnrs that he bad at Hist
decided that It was not worth while,
in view of tho decision rendered by
tho Supremo Court, to open up tho
olllcc, but had Inter reconsidered the
matter and determined to stick to his
As to tho band of crepo has nnj-
body seen Chester Day la?
Car Is .Stopped Just In
Time To Avoid
Hut for tho presence of mind of
Motorman Schebcr of car 24 of the
Niiiunii avenue line, thcio inlsht hate
been n serious accident 1 nst night
Some malicious person piled rocks on I
lo the track nnd only tho ready action '
of tho motorman kept the big car from j
Btrlkiug the obstacles with n force
which must have sent her Into the '
Tlio roe'es weio placed 011 tbo track
just nt llin foot of tho long Incline nnd, '
coming down hill ut tho ii"ual rate of
speed, and with slippery mils. It was
by no means easy to bring tho car to
11 stop in time. As It wns, tho car hit
tbo first obstacle, but, dcsplto the rain
nnd fog, Scheber had seen tho rocks
lu tlmu to reduce the speed enough to
Piles of rock were found nt ten-
foot Intervals for probablv 200 )urds.
MEETING LASTS BUT j
Just twenty minutes sufficed to:
transact the business nt the meeting
of the Hoard of Supervisors Inst night
despite the fait that 11 stormy session
was anticipated. The members met,,
listened to the rending of the mln
utcs of tbo two preceding meetings,
nnd then, before mi one could offer a
suggestion, Supervisor Qulnn Jumped
to his feet nnd moved to adjourn un
til 4 o'clock this afternoon.
Anticipating a lively tilt between
Ills Honor nnd Hie Supervisors, many
persons were attracted to the assciii- j
lily-room, nml nil of the spectators'
chairs wcro occupied. There was I
nothing doing, however, nnd tho on-1
lookers were sent nway disappointed
Model 10 of this splendid
machine has just been receiv
ed. It combines all the. best
features of old models with 12
See this machine at the
Alexander Young Building.
"Th kind your trand
Admittedly best for ten
Iletter now than ever."
W. C. PEACOCK & CO., Ltd.
If you are start,
ing in house
er the costf a
wood stove' and
the fuel it con
and the joys of
li 0 u s ekeeping
will be kept
Gas Co., Ltd.
A1AKEA AND MERCHANT
Brown & Lyon Co.
IS KEEPING MUM
NEW LAWYER ADMITTED
TO HAWAIIAN BAR
William II. I.ymer was this morning
admitted lo practlco at the Hawaiian
bar. Mr. I.ymer Is a graduato of the
Harvard law school and comes highly
lecommcnded by Dcnn Ames of that
Mr. I.jmcr has entered tho olllces
of Messrs. Kinney, Marx nnd Audci
son, tho well known lawyers of this
Tho Wireless Tclegrnph Cotnpato
meeting was held this morning, but
ut present nothing definite can be as
certained ns to what Is going lo hap
pen. Clinton Hutching and Hatch were
in close consultation this noon, but
Hutching refused to give nil) thing out
Humors of lnisirtnnt changes nrc
Iljlng around thu city, but so far noth
ing of Importance has been given out.
The full facts of tho case will prob
ably be made public In the near futuio
end some new developments mo ex
Tho Hcpubllcnn Supervisors will
caucus this afternoon before their reg
ular meeting Some line of action will
then be decided upon.
make their own selection of
hardware ; others depend upon
the recommendation of the
Architects everywhere are
the most beautiful and useful
Builders' Hardware manufac
tured. Art metal work, correct in
detail and harmonious in fin
ish, is appreciated by those
who have made a study of the
See our fine stock.
$0f BULLETIN AD8 PAY
Lewers & Cooke,
177 S. KING ST. PHONE 775.
BULLETIN ADS PA K!
Best Draught Beer
Chas. R. Frazier
f OUR ADVERTISERS .
Ihone 371. 122 King St.
v 5-CENT CTGAR
M. A. Gunst & Co.
FORT AND KING STREETS.
Wednesday, March 3.
Temperatures G a. in., G5; 8 a.m ,
70; 10 a. m., 72; noon, 74; morning
Haromcter, 8 n. 111., 30,11; nbsnliito
humidity, 8 a. m tj.42C grains per
cubic foot; relntlve humidity, 8 a. in.
G8 per cent.; dew point, 8 a. m ''
Wind G n. in., velocity 12, direc
tion V.; 8 a. m., eloclty 15, direction
NKj 10 a. m., velocity 18, direction
II; noon, velocity 11, direction V.,
ltalnf.ill during 21 hours ended
8 a. m, .36 Inch.
Totnl wind movement during 24
Iiouih ended nt noon, 30G miles.
2JBT BULLETIN AD3 PAY -Q
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
Hie Kind You Have Always Bougfr!
$800 House and let on Judd nr.
$500 House and lot at Alewa, be
There is good in
all beer. There is food in die malted
barley and tonic in the hop extract.
But beer that is not thoroughly
pure, beer imperfectly lagered, gives
you the harm with the good.
The best beer for the Honolulu
climate is the beer that is brewed and
aged here, under the proper conditions
low juau at. ouxuu,
$1400 House and lot at Puunui nr.
Car Line. 75 x 300.
AND OTHER BARQAINS.
P. E. R. Strauch
WA1TY BLDQ. 74 S, KINd ST.
COYNE FURNITURE CO., LTD.
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