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EVENING nUU.ETIN, IIONOT.TJi.U, T. II., TlltmSDAY, MAIICII I, 1009. '
Let us make ycu a Sepia Bromide Enlarge
ment from one of your small negatives.
FIRST SHOWING OF
rcrsonnlly 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. We wnnt to impress ou with the importance of
this sale from a MoncvSavinc standpoint. The reductions
nrc decidedly substantial, making it to your advantage to
buy quickly. Big bargains in , ,j
'CROSS BAR ORGANDIES, DRESS VOILES",
PRINTED LAWNS, KNUB ETAMINES,
EMBROIDERED VOILES, EMBROIDERED LINEN,
EMBROIDERED FIGURED SWISS,
FIGURED ORGANDIES, SOIE DU MONDE,
riGURED DIM1TUIS, SWISS BRODERIC,
CHIFFON MULLS, EMBROIDERED SILK ORGANDIES,
SHEER FIGURED ORGANDIES,
Sec them in our Fort Street Window. Note the Trcmcn
dous Reductions. SALE WILL ITOSITIVELY CLOSE ON
Sachs Dry Goods Co., Ltd.
Corner Fort find Ecrctinia Streets, opposite Fire Station.
NOTICE Or REDEMPTION OF BONDS OF
HAWAIIAN SUGAR COMPANY.
V, tin- umlcrtlKiipil, W. (I. IIIWIK mill K, I. Sl'AMHNd, Ti unices
under Deed of Trust iWtuit .Inmtiiry '1 1, inns, miulo liy HAWAIIAN tU'
i.K COMPANY In tlio tinclerslKnocl nb Trustee!, hereby Klvo notlcu to tlio
honillinlilcis of tlio lliiwnllan HiiKnr C'i.ini:tny of tlio election of gnlcl Com
pany i redeem ami pny, mid of tlio icdeiniilloii mid pnnicnt of tlio
rullowliiB mimliorvd linnils fit bald Company on tlio KIltST DAY OK
AI'llll., ItlOfi, nt tho nlllco of tho MHItCA.NTIMJ TUtlST COMPANY OP
SAN I'ltANCISCO Ju tlio City mill County of S.ui Francisco, Stalo of Cal
1 O 12'"i IS I 2 i; :ni(j ssa ,)r,2
u is nr. 217 ;u7 ' sau in.i
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n- 'n Kit is7 25i ::n am 457
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1- vfi 137 isu 2r.:i :tia :i7 4fio
13 70 , lilS l'JI) LT.fi 320 3S8 4til
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17 S3 llll 193 2BS 323 100 4!i
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-1 sr, 112 199 202 320 103 407
-" S'i 113 201 201 329 109 40S
21 .SS 1 IK 202 2r, 333 110 471
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-i 90 ll'l . 210 2KS 310 420 4S0
-S 91 ir.O 21 1 271 311 421 482
29 92 K.3 211 272 313 421 483
so 93 inn 2ir. 27:1 314 420 4sr.
:i 9C H',0 SI. ' 278 Sin 429 487
!I7 1 99 Kit 218 280 317 430 488
11 102 101 222 288 318 131 489
'42 103 ,100 220 2S9 351 432 491
IS 101 17 228 290 352 133 493
10 llll! 10S 233 291 35 1 131 491
4S . 107 ,101) 231 292 300 438 495
19 109 170 235 293 301 4 10 COO
50 1)3 171 237 291 302 412
51 111 172 239 21IS 3C.3 - III
51! 115 173 211 299 305 5
57 119 175 212 301 3CS fIT
5S 122 170 213 302 371 118
59 123 183 215 303 375 119
Tim holders of iiliovn ntinilicrcd bonds uro licrcliy notified to present
fin payment of principal and Internal to April lBt ,1909, and mincndcr
bald lunula at tlio plneu mid on tlio dato last nliovo mentioned, mid that
iiller April let, 1909, nil Interest on mild bonds numbered ns aforesaid
shall cento .
Honolulu, T. II., reliiunry I, 1909.
W. O. IllWIN,
E. I. SPAI.DjNO,
' J Tiuutoos under wild Hawaiian Sugar
Company Trimt Doed.
New Lot of
Dining' Room Sets
EARLY ENGLISH TINISn
COYNE FURNITURE CO., LTD.
mviu it'-" ilhimrifighnftW .nr--' -1 iitkikuk.
GOLDEN OAK FINISH
.& .. V-tJ' .- .,.
ENGRAVER and ELECTROTYPER
k PW(Mt 1114 142024 I MftMfttf OtNVF COIO
What spot i these Islands can ex.
cccd the great Waimca Plains in
beauty, climate and diversity of scen
ery? City folk in want of rest and
recreation will, learn with pleasure
that the Wnimea Home of Mr. David
Forbes, late Manager of Kukuihaele,
is now in the hands of Mr. H. Akona,
the well-known Chef.
The premises may 'be rented fur
nished by week or month on reason
able terms. Apply to
H. AKONA, WAIMEA, HAWAIL
F. 0, Address. Kawaihae.
FINE DRIVING AND SADDLE
HORSES FOR HIRE OR SALE.
Get it Now on our easy-pay-ment
plan. Come in and hear
BER0STR0M MUSIC Co., Ltd.
BETTER GO DOWN THE ROAD.
There arc few better trips in the
Islands than that to ilaleiwn, and if
you want a better one it would be
hard to advise you. There is every
thing to the good at Halciwa: rooms,
hotel cooking and service, and you
have nothing- to find fault with.
There will be an extra attraction
there on the 14th, when the Mara
thon racers arrive after their long
run. St. Clnir Bidgood, the manager,
will look after your comfort.
Everything that the Name Implies.
Office Supply Co.,Ud.
031 FORT ST.
Meals nnd Short Orders at All Times
of the J)ay and Night. Wo Never
Sleep. FORT ST. NEAR HOTEL.
R. Wm. WARHAM, Prop.
Horse, Harness and
For Sale, Guaranteed.
A. R. Rowat, D.V.S.
777 KING ST.
Pan Ka Hana
THE ENEMY TO DIRT.
At Your Grocer's.
j You Want Electric Wiring Done or
Private Telephone Instaurd or Dry
Catteries, call the
UNION ELECTRIC CO..
'Harrison Block, Phone 315.
StBu."4 J 14
HOUSE LAUGHS OVER'
Eleventh Dayj Afternoon Session
"Ho It HchoIvciI by tlio Territory of
Hnwnll In Legislature assembled:
"That the Committees on Judiciary
Health and 1'ollee and Miscellaneous
slttliiB as 11 whole aggregation com
mittee ho Instructed to prcparo mid
draft an Act stopping prohibiting
lar-picxiiig 1110 Aiiirieuc Mport Known
oh Prize Fight.
Ann no h I'lirincr iicsoivcil unit
this Territory condemn ns Inhuman
nnd brutal, degrading mid Immoril,
mid n stain upon the human filml'y.
nil prl7o fighting nnd rooster fighting
."Said Committees are hereby 01 -ourselves and in this sense our cdu
doi'ed, Instructed nnd requested' to nt-; cation Is different from the past,
I tend to tlio Intent of this resolution
Tlio nbovc astounding Joint rcsiitu
tlon, Introduced in the House jester
Iciy nftcrnoon by one of the Demoted In terms of Industrial n flairs. A
cratlc members who cannot read En- student can bo trained and educated
gllsh, demonstrates that the daily
grind has jiot yet killed nil sense of
hiifuor in tlio dignified lawmakers -
and also that though English Is the
official Inngiiiigo of the Territory, nnd
all official business is supposed to ho
transacted In that tongue, the I.egU
Inturo has not .yet reached the stage
whero the services of an Intcrpritnr
ran ho dispensed with, so long ns the
County of Hawaii continues to send
Democrats to represent her In the
lawmnklng branch of the Govern
ment. Kenlnwnn Is tlio member who In
troduced the resolution which broke
up tlio gravity of the House but Ke
atawan Is not Its father. Affoiibo,
tlio member from llilo who has con
stituted himself the practical Joker
of the House, drew It up and pori.ur.d
ed bis unsuspecting colleague to pro
Font It. Kenlnwnn, being unable to
read It, did so In nil good faith
with tlio result thnt u row holA':?u
tlio Republican nnd Democratic mem
bers was nearly precipitated, the ha
ter feeling themselves Insulted by the
Joko on one of their number. How
ever, they are nil laughing over It
The resolution Is not a nintler of
lecord in tlio .Journal of the Housv.
Tlio Speaker ordered nil reference to
It expunged from tlio minutes, and
oimially It Is ns if It novcr had been.
II. II. 92, Castro, providing for a
penalty of Aom $100 to $500 nnd
from two to flvo years' Imprisonment
for any man convicted of procuring;
II. II. 93, Castro, providing for n
peddler's license of $G0; Finance
II. II. 83, Coney, rolatlng to sus
pension of sentences; Judiciary Com
II. II. 81, Sheldon, raising the sal
ary of tbe County Clork of Knunl to
$1800, mid of the Deputy Sheriff or
'nlmca to $lfi00; Special Commit
tee consisting of tlio Knunl delega
tion. GOOD LECTURES
(Continued from Face 1)
terlug 11 new Held uas to Mud nut
what there was to do. He uoxt took
up in detail some of the Important
problems awaiting solution hero. In
connection with tlio growing of pine
apples ho spoke of tlio yellowing of
the pines on certain soils, tliq black
pineapple rot, the question of varie
ties mid of marketing.
I Tho rubber Industry was pointed
jout us nno no longer doubtful ns to
Its iiltlmnto success, but nt tho same
tlmo ono presenting Its own particu
lar problems. Ono of tho main ones
with this crop seems to bo to find
fcomo crop or crops that can he raised
along with tho rubber until tho lat
ter leaches tho pa j lug stage.
Tho cotton Industry wus spoken nf
next. Since tho United States Im
ports $19,000,000 worth of tho prod
uct annually there docs not seem to
bo any great danger of overloading
tho market. For Hawaii tho lmpoi
tnnce of selecting the proper vnrlo-
ties wns pointed out ns being ono of
'Dr. Wilcox said tho problems In
connection with our fruits and vege
tables woro Innumerable, Hero again
$800 House and Lot on Judd nr.
Nuuanu. 93 x 42.
$500 Honse and Lot nt Alewa, be
low Judd St. 50x00.
$1400 House and Lot at Puunui nr.
Car Line. 75x300.
AND OTHER BARGAINS.
P. E. R. Strauch
WAITY BLDG. ? S. KINQ ST, '
he thought that marketing and tlio
establishing of true varieties were
among tlio Important oner
One-third of the area of Hnwnll Is
devoted to tanges, yet not enough
meat is produced for local use. An
Increase In the production of forage,
the speaker thought, would help ma
terially In the solution of the prob
lem. In closing, the following conclu
sions wcic drawn;
It is the aim of the Experiment
Station to so nrrnnge its work ns to
ultimately bring about the solution of
leally "scientific problems; to up
I roach problems from nil sides In or-
mi-filer Hint the final conclusions may he
miiiihi; ami 10 perpetually mniiumn
Ithe soil In as good It not better con-
union man 11 is ni present
President (lllmoro spoKo next on
the economies of agricultural educa
tion, lie said this Is an ngo of In
dustrial education. We are using
lour knowledge for tlio betterment of
which wns perhaps more for scholar
ly attainments. .
These two principles can he estab
lished: Klrst, that man can be trnln-
In the study of wheat or of a soil ns
well ns In the study of the classics.
Secondly, achievement In Industrial
'affairs requires trnlnlng, In terms nt
those activities. Today 'wo rccognlzo
that any achievement Is mndo by np
plication of principles that havo been
brought nbout by study. Wo study
the thing at well ns about tlio thing.
Farming Is coming to bo looked
upon nioro as n business nnd ns such
It demands n business training. A
successful fnrnicr must be educated
In 'the growth of traps, the selling of
crops, nnd In agriculture ns an Indus
try. Illy tables nnd figures tlio speaker
istnlillshcd the following ns tlio 01
re.n result of teaching;
1 Production haif increased more
rapidly than population and acre
age. During the period, 1810, popu
lation has Increased 111! per cent.,
acreage 281 per cont., and ccrcnl pro
duction 718 per cent.
2 Directed Intelligence has In
creased tlio number of acres thnt one
man can handle from 23 In 1870
to 31 In 1900; nlso he Is refilling
horses and machinery to do the work.
3 Directed Intelligence through
machinery nnd methods lias cheapen
ed production nnd, lessened tlmo re
quired per unit nren nnd production.
4 Intelligence In agriculture has
spared men for otlior service. Though
people engaged in ngrlciilturo have
decreased fro;n 17 per cent. In 1870
to 3C per cent. In 1900, jet produc
tion has Increased. In China nt least
8G per cent, of the people nro engag
ed in agriculture, jet they only main-
tain themselves; In tlio United States
one-seventh of the vnluo of our prod
nits Is exported, though only 35 per
cent, of tlio people engaged In gain
ful occupations are engaged In agri
culture. HUMAN PROJECTILE
NEARLY KILLS MAN
Ah Chuck, tlio Chincso Janitor nt
the Fiist National Hank, had n mar
velous escape from Instant death thin
morning about 8 o'clock. It appears
that tho unfortunate man was busy
on the roof fixing a tope on which to
fly tho Flag in honor of President
According to an cyo-wltncss, tho
janitor lost his footing whilst lean
lug over to iriake tho rope fast, and
at onco fell. Mr. Marcalllno, clock
ot Judge Lindsay's court, was stand
ing talking to a friend at the bank
front door, ' Doth gentlemen were
surprised to see a long ropo fall down
between them; jumping aside, they
.were Just In tlmo to avoid tho falling
Chinaman. Tho Janitor, strange to
, say, lit on his feet and then pitched
forward on his hands and face, hut
with no damnge to the latter.
Kvcryono In the vicinity thought
Die unfortunate man would ho dashed
to pieces, but beyond a broken leg
no other Injury was apparent. Tho
Injured man was conveyed by the po
lice patrol wagon to tho Queen's Hos
pital, where ho was at once admitted.
It was a miraculous escape from
sudden death both for the Chinaman
nnd tho two men who stood beneath,
Unless homo Internal Injuries exist,
Ah Chuck should bo around nnd woll
2j"For Rent" cards on sale at
he Bulletin office.
have not seen all the sights unless
they visit the
SENATE ACTS ON
RAFT OF BILLS
Twelfth Day Afternoon Session.
The nftcrnoon session of Scnnlu
was largely taken up by members In
Introducing new bills, nil of which
passed llrst rending nnd were referred
to the Printing Committee.
Drown introduced n bill to pay
the cost of repairing and construct
Quint; Introduced a hill, amending
the giiiuc laws.
Makeknu Introduced a bill, relat
ing to providing the Territory or
any subdhlelon thereof with sup
plies. Second Reading; Senate Bills. '
111c following Hcnnio dims passeu
second reading and were referred to
Senate lllll !(!, An Act to prohibit
persons from associating themselves
together In mllltnry companies or
organizations or for military pur
poses and the giving or receiving of
mllltnry Instruction. Military Com
Sennlo lllll f7, to provide for the
erection of a (locrnnient llulldlng
In Hllo, for the use of tho Fourth
Judicial Circuit Court mid other
public purposes. Drown. Public
Lands and Internal Improvements.
Senate lllll f8, relating to prop
erty exempt from taxation. Drown.
Special Committee on Taxation.
Senate Dill I9, An Act to prohibit
the wearing ot tho uniform ot tho
United States Army or Navy or Na
tional (lunrd ot Hawaii. Chilling
Senate Dill GO, An Act to confirm
the titles of the holders nnd claim
ants of uiiuwnrded nnd unpatented
lands mid to provide for the convc)
mice ot niiy rlghtB of tho Territory
therein. Coclho, Judiciary Commit
tee. Senate lllll fil, An Act to provide
for validating the Incorporation of
inllwny and transportation com
panies heretofore Incorporated under
charters ginnled by the Treasurer of
tlio Torrltory with tho consent of tho
Governor. Kuiidsen. Judiciary Com
Scnntn Dill 62, An Act to muenil
section III HO It, S, relating to offenses
against the right ot sepulture. Mc
Carthy. Judiciary Committee.
IMPROVERS TO MEET
Tho members nf the Wnlnlae, Kal
mukl, nnd Pnlolo Improvement Club
will hold their regular monthly meet
ing nt 8 o'clock tomorrow evening nt
the home of A. F. Cooke. Tho roads,
transit, and water supply committee
and the legislative cnmmltteo will re.
port on the progress of the .Kulmtikl
reservoir and tho Pnlolo belt road
Since the Inst regular meeting
about r0 new members have been en
lolled, bilnglng the tlo.il membership
to about 200.
A large turnout Is looked for as both
measures to he reported on urn of tlio
greatest Interest to the suburbanites.
Mayor Fern Is wondering why It Is
that Tommy Cummins Ib holding the
position of road supervisor of Hono
lulu, when he knows very well that ho
was not tho nppolntco of tho Mayor.
Ills Honor, however, does not caru to
do anything with him for tho present.
IN FOREIGN FORTS
Thursday, March 4
SAN FIIANCISCO Arrived Mur. 3:
S, S. Illlnninn, hence.
SAN FIIANCISCO Snllcil Mar I:
8. S. Ilyndes, for Seattle
KAHUI.Ul Hailed Mar. 3:
Dktno. Makuwoli, for Kleole.
THK UNITCD 8TATDS Army trnus-
port Thomas will arrive tomoriow
morning. She reported by wireless to
tho local quartermaster, stating th-s
time of her arrival.
6EARY-STREET ABOVE UNION SQUARE
JUST OPPOSITE HOTEL ST. FRANCIS
EUROPEAN PLAN $1.50 A DAY UP
AMERICAN PLAN S3.00 A DAY UP
q A niw down town hotil. Still and
brlok stmoltjfo. Fumlihid il 1 cost il
$150,000. Etirj comfort and contml
inci. On ctr Unit ttinsfitrlns to ill
pitti of cllj. Omnlkui tneiU id trains
ind ilumirs. , -i,,
Now recognized as HtWian
Cable Address "THAWETS."
l '. ii,
If you arc start,
inp in housekeeping-
er the cost of a
wood stove ahd
the fuel it con
and the joys of
h 0 u s ekecpinc
will be kept
Gas Co., Ltd.
make their own selection of
hardware; others depend upon
the recommendation of the
Architects everywhere arc
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
Sec our fine stock.
Lewers & Cooke, . 1
177 S. KING ST.
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-.
AEAKEA 'AND MERCHANT
Brown & Lyon Co.
Chas. R. Frazier
fhone 371. 122 King St.
M. A. Gunst & Co.
FORT AND KINQ STREETS.
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