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EVENING ntlLLBTIN, HONOLULU, T. H,, FRIDAY, MAltCII B, 1969.
Let us make ycu a Sepia Bromide Enlarge
ment from one of your small negatives.
FIRST SHOWING OF
Personally selected by our Miss Spencer during her re
cent trip East. The FAMOUS
i 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 want to impress ou with the Importance of
this snlc from a Monev -Savins standpoint. The reductions
arc decidedly substantial, making it to your advantage to
' buy quickly. Big bargains in
CROSS BAR ORGANDIES, DRESS VOILES, i
PRINTED LAWNS, KNUB ETAMINES,
EMBROIDERED VOILES, EMBROIDERED LINEN,
EMBROIDERED FIGURED SWISS,
FIGURED ORGANDIES, SOIE DU MONDE,
FIGURED DIMITIES, SWISS BRODERIC,
CHIFFON MULLS, EMBROIDERED SILK ORGANDIES,
SHEER FIGURED ORGANDIES,
See them in our Fort Street Window. Note the Tremen
dous Reductions. SALE WILL PP0SIT1VELY CLOSE ON
Sachs Dry Goods Co., Ltd.
Corner-Fort and Bcrctania Streets, opposite Fire Station.
NOTICE OF REDEMPTION OF BONDS OF
HAWAIIAN SUOAR COMPANY.
We, tho undersigned, AV. 0. 1UWIN and K. I. SPALDING, Trustees
under Deed of Trust dntcd January 24, 1902, limdo by HAWAIIAN SIJ
(iAIl COMPANY to tlio undersigned lib Trustees, hereby glvo notlco to tho
bondlioldcrH of tlio Hawaiian Sugar Company of tlio election of said Com
li.uiy to redeem and pay, und of U13 redemption and ppyment of tlio
following numbered bonds of Bald Company on tlio FIRST DAY OK
Al'IUL, 1909, at tho olllceof tho MHHCANTILK TltUST COMPANY OF
SAN FilANCISCO In' tlio City and County of Ban FrnnelBco, Stnto of Cal
ifornia, to-wlt: '
1 CO 125 IS I 24G , 300 382
3 'fil 12S JSr 17 307 301)
I 3 130 180 219 311 393
D 73 131 1S7 251 313 39 1
(I, 71 133 1SS 2B2 31S 390"
12 7fi 137 189 2fi3 319 397
13 7(! , 13S 190 25G 320 SOS
II 8t 139 19t 2R7 321 399
17 S3 110 193 258 323 400
SO . -SI Ml 197 2ni) .121 402
21 8T, 112 199 2U2 321 403
23 81, 113 201 21! I 329 409
21 -88 lir, 202 2U5 333 410
2ti 89 117 24)1 2Gfi '339 419
2li 90 149 210 2fl8 310 420
28 91 1G0 211 271 311 421
29 92 1.13 ' 211 272 313 421
30. 93 K.a 21C 273 311 420
33 95 ICO 211! 278 SIT, 429
37 99 Id 218 28.0 SI7 430
41 102 Hll 222 288 318 431
42 in:; ,lfifi 22fi 289 3IU 432
4fi 101, 17 228 290 3.r.2 423
it; inn n;s 2:1:1 291 :ir. 1 i::i
'IS 107 HID 231 292 3(10 438
49 1119 170 235 '93 3flt 410
HO , 113 171 237 291 302 412
HI HI J 72 239 298 303 III
TG 11.1 173 211 299 3115 415
r.7 119 17!) 212 3111 3(18 417
&8 122 1711 '213 302 371 418
09 123 183 245 303 375 119
Tlio holdcrx of above numbered bondu nro hereby notified to present
fm payment of principal and Interest to April lHt ,1909, and biirrcndcr
hi Id bonds at tlio plncu and on tlio ditto last abava mentioned, nnd that
niter April 1st, 1909, nil Interest on said bonds numbered as aforesaid
shall ccaso .
Honolulu, T. 1I February 4, 1909.
W. 0, IRWIN,
, ' K. I. SPALDING,
" ' " ' P "TU Trustees, under Bald Hawaiian Sugar
T" " "" " '"""J' V3.TO Company Ti ust Deed.
New Lot of
Dining Room Sets
EARLY ENGLISH FINISH
COYNE FURNITURE CO., LTD.
GOLDEN OAK FINISH
ENGRAVER and ELECTROTYPER
i42o24 twoti otmrni coto
What spot i these Islands can ex.
cced 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 Waimea Home of Mr. David
Forbes, Into Manager of Kukulhaele,
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
P. 0. Address. Kawaihae.
FINE DRIVING AND SADDLE
HORSES FOR HIRE OR SALE.
Get it Now on our easy-payment
plan. Come in and hear
BERGSTROM MUSIC Co,, Ltd.
Week-end tickets sold on Saturday
and Sunday over the Oahu Railway
to Haleiwa. cost two dollars and arc
good to return up to Monday night.
Everything that the Name Implies.
Office Supply Co.,Ud.
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.
Horse, Harness and
For Sale, Guaranteed.
A. R. Rowat, D.V.S.
777 KING ST.
Pau Ka Hana
THE ENEMY TO DIRT.
At Your Grocer's.
Mrs. William Thaw, mother of
Harry K. Thaw, awarded tho con
tract for tho erection of tho Munor
Memoilnl I'rcshytcrlun church nt
Manor, IM., to rcplnco n formor
(lunch, di'slioyed by lightning Inst
f.ill, which she had orectod In mem
ory of her father.
DOES GOOD WORK
Yearly Report Demon
strates Great Useful
ness of Institution
Tlio fourteenth nnnual meeting of
tlio Woman's Kxchango of this city
was held this year, rus In tlio past, on
the second Wednesday of tlio mouth
Filtering, ns the Institution does,
at tlio present time, upon tlio fif
teenth year of Its existence. It Is fclti
by tlie directorate not to bo amiss to!
put before the present public of Ho-.J
nolulu some statements pertaining to
tlio distinctive features of the work'
of tho Kxchnn'gc, that the philan
thropic nature of this bo not lo.it
sight of. Its aim Is to do for this
land whnt like Institutions aim to do
In other lands, viz : to help ninny
who can and will help themselves It
assisted through business cntcrprlsa
to n utilization of tho fruits of homo
Industry. It Is therefore not a chnr
ttnlilo Institution In tho sensa of giv
ing nlms, but n philanthropic ono In
tho sensa of giving encouragement
nnd impetus to thrift and ability in
tho homo to add to tho family .ex
chequer by manufacture of useful ar
ticles In tho homo.
In tho stock, therefore, carried by
the Kxchango aro laces, doylies, dain
ty handkerchiefs, silk bags, kitchen
aprons, Infants' wearing apparel,
painted rhlnn, dinner cards, jams,
Jollies, and mnrmnladcs; Ilawnllim
weaves of mats, lints, fans, feather
lets; tapas and Hawaiian dolls; pol,
dowers, plants, etc. These nil tell 11
story of homo endeavor In Ilawnli for
homo advancement and cultivation.
With- this continually replenished
stock, representing ns It docs so largo
ly tho work lir'jtho homo, tho Kx
chango nsks At tho community a per
sonal interest In Its project, and of
tho pans I iig tourist u kindly patro
nngo in so far as It Is ablo to meet
tho tourists' wants or supply looked
for articles. Montlon of Its mending
department may bo a suggestion to
Tho depositors' of tho Kxclinngo aro
Its beneflrlnrles. A person becomes n
depositor by tho payment of ono dol
lar, by which they aro entitled to 11
dlspln' and sale of their articles for
tho term of 0110 year. A commission
of ten per cent. Is charged on tho
selling prlco upon tho artlclo being
bold. Many of the regular depositors
nro women who havo received not
cnly their Inspiration but their know
ledgo In tho manufacture of articles
in tho home. Somo years back In
structors were found, who taught the
art of weaving, which was undertak
en In somo of tho schools. ' Many, en
couraged by tho advantageous dispo
sition of their work, so aroused in
terest In this direction that now
weaving is taught In tho majority of
tho schools. Tho primary motlvo In
tho Kxchango Is thercforo seen to bo
to encourage, stimulate, and nsslst to
honest effort, where otherwise effoit
might seem fruitless.
In order to do this, and nt same
tlmo curry on tho necessary expense
of any business project, tho Kxchango
has n small line of articles of Its own
for sale, and also n consignment do
partmeut, both of which nro oxpecte-1
to yield the usual business profits.
Ily this means, tho Kxchango has
been enabled to earrv on ltn wnrk
I without solicitation from tho public
or donations since its third year, nt
which tlmo, hecnuso of special need,
there was so generous responso by
muny In tho community as to provo
conclusively tho appreciation for this
worthy wo.rk. Though slnco this time
no solicitation has been nuulo, yet
thero are those who from tlmo to
tlmo use this channel ns one of the
many ways by which kindly offices
may go out to needy ones.
Tho amount paid out to depositors
on the ten per cent, commission basis
slnco tho beginning of the organiza
tion has been $32,272.75.Tho amount
thus paid out during tho past year
has been S11S8.25. Tho receipts
nnd disbursements for this past year
luivo not attained tho figures' fully
desired; this, however, Is accounted
for by tho facts of changing Ilnnnclal
$800 House and lot on Judd nr.
Nuuanu. 02 x 42.
(500 House and lot at Alewa, be
low Judd St. SO x 60.
$1400 House and lot at Puunul nr.
Car line. 75 x 300.
AND OTHER BAROAINS.
P. E. R. Strauch
WAITY BLDCJ. ?4 S. KING; ST,
WORK ON TARIFF
WASHINGTON, I). C, Feb.
20. (Ircnt efforts nro being
nuulo by tho Ilcpubllcan mem-
bers of the Ways nnd Means
Committee to have tho new
tarllf bill ready March ICth.
I'lidcr tho leadership of tho
1'rcslilcnt-clect nnd the spur of
public opinion they nro hurry-
Ing their work ns much as pos-
Thero Is now doubt that
President Tnft Is trf havo his
way nnd Hint somo substantial
reductions of duties nro to bo
' made. It wan long ago settled
that tho steel cut would bo n '
heavy one. It Is credibly re-
' ported that the ltcpubllcnns of '
tho committee have voted 8 to
4 to rcdiico tho lumber duty
- from 2 to SI.
On coal thero arc radical dlf-
fcrcnccs of opinion, not yet
threshed out. Ono coterie ad- '
vocntes 'n reciprocal arrange-
ment with Caiuidn nnd another
is opposed to It. Olass and
manufactures thereof arc prct-
ty sure to suffer a substantial
reduction. Textiles also will
show reductions, 'though with
conditions, nnd also by Incrcaso of
competition perhaps beyond n propor
tlonnto IncrenBo of population; but
launching out upon our fifteenth
ear with the samo efficient manage
ment nt tho helm as has steered us
through past discouragements ns
well as successes, wo look hopefully
forward to an open sea und fair sail
Ily rc-clcctlon, tho samo officers
contluuo through tho present year,
viz.; Mrs. J. M. Whitney, president;
Mrs. K. W. Jordan, vlco president;
Mrs. O. It. Uullck, secretary; Mrs. 1.
A. II. l'arniclec, treasurer; Mrs. K.
M. Marques, manager; Mrs. Doremus
Scuddcr, Mrs. W. G. Hogcrs, Mrs. J.
W. McDonald, Mrs. C. J. Day, ond
.Mrs. W. C. Wecdon, directors. The
hist nnmed served ns treasurer dur
ing tho temporary absence of Mrs.
1'. A. II. l'armcleo In tho Colonics.
Miss A. Kmnicluth kindly continues
her services ns auditor, which scrvlco
has been greatly appreciated by the
For tho year upon which tlio Kx
chango has Just entered wo hope to
havo continued with us tho samo
kindly Interest which has been so
often and so long manifested by tho
public in tho past, nnd herewith to
express our appreciation of this, nnd
trust that from this Institution will
continue to go out Into tho commu
nity tho bcncflclnl Influcnco which It
Is Its 11 1 111 to exert, nnd hope that by
Increase of patrnnngo Its sphcro of
usefulness may bo even more widely
Ily order of tho oMlclnl Hoard:
MKS. W. C. WKKDON,
Hlshop Cluis. W. Smith, I). D., LL.
I)., addressed tho annual conference
of tho Methodist Mission of Hawaii
ut 9 o'clock yesterday morning. Ho
Impressed upon the minds of those
present that all men hnvo an Interest
In tho doctrine of Jesus Christ, be
cause Ho died for all men. Ho snld
that no man can preach tho Gospol
correctly without having tho con
sciousness of being tho child of God.
Tho other speakers wcro Kov. John
T. Jones nnd Hov. John W. Wndmnn.
Tho following officers wero op
pointed for tho Mission: Hov. John
T. Jones, Kngllsh sccrotury; C. I'.
Hong, Korean secretary; Otoo So, Jnp
uneso secrctnry; K. ToMmnsa, treas
urer; C. II. Mln, Interpreter; Mrs.
Maine II. Wndman, organist.
MASONIC TROWEL IS
Tho Snn Diego Sun of Feb. 8 snys
In chargo of tho cscoit from the
Southern California Masonic Lodge,
No, 335, tho traveling trowel, which
urrlved hero Saturday and was re
coiled by local Masons In a grnnd cel
ebration, left hero yesterday afternoon
for Los Angeles. Tho week's program
of tho trowel's travels Includes a dip
in the Salton Sen on Its way down to
Imperial to lslt tho Masonr there. II,
T. Cory, prominent member of tlio Im
pcrlnl Masonic lodgo Is arranging uu
excursion from Imperial and surround
ing towns to tho Salton Sen.
It lit understood that the trowel will
visit 11 faw more lodges In southern
California, nrter which It will bo tak
en to Honolulu nud paused 011 fiom
thero around tho world.
WANT REAL WORK
Tire of Intangible Job
The Democratic faithful who for
rome weeks past have been patriotical
ly Mining their country by Infesting
tho lower corridor of the Kxccullvo
building nnd severely straining their
conversational powers In n praisewor
thy effort to earn their salaries by set
tling nil the Important questions of
tho day whllo they sat with their feet
on tho table Just outside the door of
tho Hoad Supervisor's office, now hnvo
hopes that they may at last bo admit
ted to tho coveted sanctum. They
hnvo decided that the glory of holding
down n tangible Job with a tangible
salary attached Is almost enough to
compensate them for real work.
An effort Is now being mado actu
ally and Incontinently to oust Komi
Supervisors Tommy Cummins and his
corps of assistants nnd clerks. Quo
warranto proceedings were Instituted
today by Judge Kdlngs on behalf o(
John II. Wilson. Mayor's Fern's ap
polnteo to tho office of Hoad Unpen I
or, against Cummins nnd tho Hood
Committee of the Hoard of Supervis
ors, consisting of Qulnn, Knnu and
A)lett, whom KdlngB' petition terms
Tho petition nlleges that Wilson was
duly nnd legally appointed by tho May
or to bo Hoad Supervisor but that ho
Is deprived of hit rights by Cummins
nnd the three Supervisors who havo
usurped the olllco and rcfuso to sur
render It It Is nsked that tho four
usurpcrs bo fired and that Wilson bo
made Itoad Supervisor de facto,
A similar petition wns filed to havo
J. II. l'.ililo, road supervisor of Koolaii-
IHiko, ejected from his oftlco and Mayor
Fern's nppolntco Installed therein.
POLLARDS TO ARRIVE
Tho Moans. Is not expected fo arrive
till somo tlmo tomorrow, possibly In
the looming, but most probably in tho
uflcruion. She has no wireless In
striimenls aboard, so tlio first news of
her coming will bo when shu is sight
ed. Tho Lilliputians, who nro on
board, will doubtless receive n regular
ovation when the good ship rubs her
nose alongsldo tho dock Honoluliians
aro eager to sco the familiar fares of
their little favorites, and will turn out
in crowds to sco them,
Tho first opera. "The Hello of New
York," will bo staged Monday, Tues
day and Wednesday nights, to bo fol
lowed Thursday, Friday and Saturday
nights and Saturday matinee by "Flo
rodoru," another KipiiIiir faorllo
Peats 1110.25c, 50c, and 75r at Herg
strum's. Mill luce prices nro: chll
droll 25c, ndults fide.
New snugs, specialties nud dunces
will bo gUcn In cery iik.tii.
A MODERN ANANIAS"
Tho '09 class ol tho McKlnley High
School has practically completed nil
preparation for Its farce, and nil is
now ready, for tho dress rehearsal was
n great success. Tho Hr.wnllan Op
era IIuuso has been obtained nnd tho
rale of scats has been encouraging.
Tho cast has been selected with
care, Dan King In tho tltlo rolo hav
ing had experience in two preceding
plays. I'rof. Hlanchnrd, as his undo,
Is tho right man In tho piopar place,
being an old hand nt acting. For
"Hnby" n clover child actrosB has been
Tho alumni of tho school and tho
present student body Is to turn out
In force, and an enjoyable evening is
assured unyono In the house Saturday
Stanford students nrrestcd for bill I
posting nt Halo Alto. I
ELECTION OF OFFICERS
Kawailoa Land Company, Limited,
At the annual meeting of tho share-1
holders of tho KAWAILOA LAND,
COMPANY, LIMITKD. held In Hono-,
lulu on Friday, Felmiury 26th, 100!),
tho following Directors wcro elected
to servo for tho ensuing year
oTStSrtp?5e,o!itw,!Jfon Want Electric wirin Donc
e, O, it. Atlierton, J.ji.uait, p .. T,i,ni,n.. t.aii.4 tw
and at a subsequent meeting of tho
snld Directors, held on the samo date,
tho following Otllcers wero appointed
to sero for tho wimp period:
E. D. Tenncy President
W. W. Ooodale......Vice President
T. H. Petrie Secretary
C. H. Atherton Treasurer
T. Rich. Robinson Auditor
T. 11. I'HTUIB,
Secretary. Kawailoa Land Co., Ltd.
Honolulu, February 27, lflOfl.
If you arc start
ing in house
er the cost of a
wood stove and
the fuel it con
and the joys of
h 0 u s ekceping
will be kept
Gas Co., Ltd.
make their own selection of
hardware; others depend upon
the recommendation of the
Architects everywhere are
specifying SARGENT S
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.
Lewers & Cooke,
177 S. KINO ST. PHONE 775.
Model 10 of this splendid
machine has just been receiv
ed. It combines nil the best
features of old models with IS
See this machine at the
Alexander Young Building.
ALAKEA AND MERCHANT
Brown & Lyon Go.
Private Telephone Installed or Dry
Catteries, call the
UNION ELECTRIC CO., ..
Harrison Block. Phone 315.
Chas. R. Frazier
Phone 371. 122 King St.
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