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evening ntn.LirriN, Honolulu, t. ii., satuiiday, march c, 1009.
Let us make you a Sepia Bromide Enlarge
ment from one of your small negatives.
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F the man of the
house will not do
his share in making
life easy for his wife
There is no other agent
that getsvcloser to the
dirt center than this
soap. It is filled with
pure ingredients that do
what all other soaps fail
to perform. When you
are tired using the soap
your grandmother used
just because it was soap
and you will find time
to' visit your neighbors.
Your Grocer will supply
NOTICE OF REDEMPTION OF BONDS OF
HAWAIIAN S UOAR COMPANY.
We. tho undersigned, W. G. IRWIN iirnl 13. I. SPALDING, Trusted
nr.iliT Dt-tul r TuiKt ilulcd January 21, lSOL', niailo by .HAWAIIAN 8U
!AR COMPANY to tlio undersigned 11k Tnistees, hereby give notice to tho
ho.idholders of tho llawnllnn Sugar Company of tho election of said Com
i:ii:y to reilccm nnd pay, nnd ot tlio jcdeniptlon nnd payment of tlio
following niimbored bonds of said Company on tho FIRST DAY OF
A PHIL. JflOfl, at tho omco ot tlio MERCANTILE TRUST COMPANY OF
SAN FRANCISCO In tho City and County of San Francisco, Stato ot Cal
1 GO 125 181 2IG HOG 382
3 fit 12S 1S5 217 31)7 390
4- G5 130 1RG 219 311 393
5 ' 72 13t 1S7 251 31 a 39 1
fi 71 132 18S 252 31 S 39(1
12 75 '137 1S9 253 319 397
13 7G . 138 190 235 320 S9S
l 81 139 191 237 321 399
17 S3 140 193 258 323 400
yfl 81 141 197 2G0 321 402
21 85 112 199 2G2 32l! 403
"3 SG ' 113 201 2GI 329 409
21 88 145 202 2G5 333 410
25 89 1 IT 201 2GG 239 419
C, 90 149 210 2GS 210 420
L'S 91 150 211 271 311 421
29 " 92 153 211 ,272 313 421
21) 93 15M 215 '273 311 2G
23 95 1G0 210 27S 345 129
;7 99 MCI 218 2S0 317 130
41 102 1GI 222 288 318 " 431
42 103 1GG 22G 289 35t 432
45 10 1 1G7 '22S 290 352 133
4G 100 1G8 233 291 351 431
4S 107 1G9 231 21)2 3 GO 438
4!)' 109 170 233 293 3G1 440
50 113 171 237 291 3G2 112
51 HI 172 239 298 3C3 14 1
50 115 173 211 299 3G5 lf
57 119 175 242 301 3GS 47
58 122 170 213 302 371 IIS
59 123 183 245 303 373 449
Tlio holders of abovo numbered bonds uro hereby notified to present
foi payment of principal nnd Interest to April 1st ,1909, and surrender
hnld bonds nt tho place and on tho dato lnfct above mentioned, nnd that
nfter April 1st, 1909, nil Interest ou said bonds numbered as nforcsnld
bhnll tease .
Honolulu, T. II., February 1, 1909.
W. 0. IRWIN,
E. I. SPALDING-,
' Trustees under said Hawaiian Sugar
Company Trust Deed,
Dining' Boom Sets
EARLY ENGLISH FINISH
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What spot ia these Islands can ex
ceed the great Wairaea Plains in
heauty, climate and diversity of scen
ery? City folk in want of rest and
recreation will Icnrn with pleasure
that the Waimca Home of Mr. David
Forbes, late Manager of Kukuihacle,
s now in me liancls of rlr. H. Akona,
i'ic well-known Chef.
The premises may be rented fur
bished by week or mouth on reason
able terms. Apply to
H. AKONA, WAIMEA, HAWAII
P. 0. Address, Kawaihae.
An Inhalation for
CresoUno Is a Doon to Ailhmtlc.
. it tint hmm mum frTctlvit lo brfnlb In a
remedy for (I Lra.. i f the brvtthlnrergftM tLau
tu Uke the rf Jiody Into ttio iU.tun.bl
rrHiilrni) curft Www tin a!r. rndrl
ttrnniTl nllJr,llrt- id ofrtrJ UTCf Hie dlHIMd
iirf... wllh trtrf breath, Ivlar iroionrr4 nd
connant trcatmrnt. U U iuvluU to motbwi
wiiu pmtii tmuirvru
Tho of a Cnn
from Couglif ur InflaDiMl
Condition of fh throat.
Tond tifwul or da
crlrtlva 1 took lot.
IbO I alun Eitrctt,
Get it Now on our ensy-pay-ment
plan. Come in and hear
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he Manhattan Cafe
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Horse, Harness and
For Sale, Guaranteed.
A. R. Rowat, D.V.S.
777 KING ST.
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ACTS ON LIQUOR
Ballentyne Talks And
Men Resolve Against
Tlio meeting of tile Civic SeitloH
of tlio lion's League ot Central Un
ion Church was very well attcnilcil
li'ft evenliiK, tliere bvlng upwards ot
thirty or forty inenilieis and citizens
r. (1. Ilallentync wn the principal
'pcaker of the evenliiK and reviewed
tin- iipcratlou of the prcnont law at
(oiiBldernUlc li'iigth. lie loniincnted
on the general hucccsh of the present
law In i educing the number of sn
InoiiH .on the lslaiut of O.ilni nnd
khowed iccokIs of u less number of
in rents for itmnticnneiu.
Thu gist of Air. llallentyne's tallt
was thut thn present law, while be
ing far from perfect, and capable of
amendment In n manner that will
Improve conditions, had better be let
nlone. Ho very adroitly stated that
ns :i Commissioner lie could not take
sides, but if tho people who support
ed the law intended to do anything
they had better net quickly. Ilallen
tyne said ho did not think the Oahu
County liquor Commission had been
Ii. A. Thurston made a lengthy
tnll;. In the course of which he said
nmny saloonkeepers hnd been to Ills
nowspr.pcr offlce nnd spoke agnlnst
tho Moore bill and In faur of allow
ing the law to remain as It Is. Hut
theso men wero ufrnlil to coma out
In tho open.
C. YV. Dickey said the present law
had wiped out tho saloons from
nround the flshmarket, and that was
a 8:Ir.3dld' work In itself
J. I'. Cooko- sold tho liquor men
wero benton ulroady nnd ho made n
special plea for those present to use
cery inllucnco they -possessed to se
cure the 'on(lrnuitlon-of A. J. Camp
bell ns Treasuior, of the Territory, us
mo liquor men. were making a dead
set to defeat Mm,
Itntji spol.o of the Improved condi
tions under tbju present liquor law.
Mr. Uowou said tourists hnd tod
Mm they htwl not keen a. single
drunken mau. '
Judgo Weaver spoko nt length nnd
wound up with proposing a. resolu
tion passu! without n dissenting
ot that those present oppose any
chnngo In tho law. Ho created a
general laugh by Introducing a poll
tlon headed "Hopubllc of Hawaii."
The title was changed and It was
signed with tlio following wording:
To tho Honornblo Legislature of tho
Tenltory ot Hawaii:
The undersigned respectfully peti
tion your honorable body, uud for
cnuse of petition represent:
That they uro Informed that a bill
has been lutiodticed Into tho Senuto
lo amend the present liquor law
which has been In force In this Torrl.
tory for something over eighteen
months to nn uxtcnt which, practical
ly destroys tho real meaning of that
measure. Thoy further show that In
their opinion tho present liquor law
hns not yet Ix-en so thoroughly tried
as to have shown what aro Its seri
ous defects, If bucIi exist, while, on
the other hand, petitioners bellevo
that, upon tho whole, said law Is tho
best the Territory has even on Joyed;
that under Its Influence the number
of drinking saloons has been decreas
ed, which petitioners bellovo thnt
liquor men themselves will not deny
Is In tho interest of public morality
mill decency, nnd In many respects
otherwise tho public hns been benefit
ted by tho existing law.
retltloners further Bhow thnt.
should tho proposed byi becomo luw,
It will practically destroy all or Iho
good points In tho present law, nnd
that without any corresponding or re.
suiting benefit to tho public, whoso
interests should be MrBt considered.
They further show thnt voters
throughout tho Territory were led to
bellevo that no attempt would be
made to chnngo tho liquor laws at
tho present session of the Legisla
ture; therefore, tho question litis not
been nctcd upon by the votors, nnd
they linvo not had tho opportunity
to express their views through tlio
Wherefoie, theso petitioners ro-
$i00 House and Lot on Judd nr.
$500 House and Lot at Alewa, be
low Jndil st so r fin
$1400 House and Lot at Puunui nr,
uar Line. 70 x aoo.
AND OTHER BARGAINS.
P. E. R. Strauch
WAITY BLDfJ. 74 B. KINQ ST,
'ipeetfully pray thnt the bill nbove
efcrred to should be Indefinitely
postponed, and, further, that no oth
ir legislation lo alter or change the
present luw should be enacted at
And your petitioners will ever
Dated, Honolulu, Hawaii, March ft,
(Continued from Faze 1)
licenses to hunt with firearms was
reported adversely by the I'ubllc
Lands Committee. In Its report the
committee vnfd thnt such an exemp
tion scorned foolish and unwise.
Hilo Court House
Houce Hill r,7, calling for the erec
tion of n Government building at
Hilo, was icported favorably by the
I'ubllc Lands Committee.
When It came to a vote. Senator
Rtllchild moved that the bill bo laid
on tho table for consideration with
the appropriation bill.
The Ways nnd Means Committee
reported unfavorably on House Dill
1G, piuvidlng that all persons whote
Income Is less than (COO n year, nnd
who have six or more dependent, le
gitimate children, be exempted from
paying poll tax. The commlttco said
thnt the provision seemed unwise In
view of tho present state of the Terri
Tho report from tho Hoard of Su
pervisors of the City and County of
Honolulu was presented und ordered
filed without rending.
House Jim -a, umeniitng mo law
lalatlve to fisherman's Ilccuso. wns
favorably reported by tho Ways and
Means Committee, and passed second
Senator Coelho's resolution, cnll-
Ing for the relief of n clerk in tho
Judiciary Department, was unfavor
ably icported by the Judiciary Com
mittee, but action was deferred until
u later date.
Senate 11111 II, dividing the Coun
ty ot Hawaii Into two' Counties, wns
tabled in favor of a Bubstttuto bill of'
feted by the special committee to
which it was referred.
Attorneys assigned to defend Im
pecunious persons chnrged with a
felony, will only secura the (100 pro
vided In tho House bill in such cases
ns would work n hardship It such,
mnnpv wnrn not nllowVd. Senator
Smith took tho floor and urged
against tho passing of tho bill, un
less so amended that no danger ot
abuse of tho law may exist.
RESOLVE IS KILLED
The resolution asking Congress to
grant exemption from the coastwleu
shipping law to Hawaii brought up a
Moore, Falrchlld, and Coclho want
ed the resolution tabled, and Fair
child mado resolution to that effect.
Only Mukekau nnd Kalama voted
against tabling tho resolution.
Senate Resolution 32, calling upon
tho Attorney General to furnish the
Senate with Information regarding
tho steps which he Is taking In the
suit ugainst the Wailuku Sugar Com
pany brought up some discussion. The
commlttco reported unfavorably on
tho resolution, saying that It would
make the Attorney General show his
hand to tho other side. 'Twas there
fore .recommended that tho resolution
Senator Coclho objected, saying
that tho state ot affairs Is such that
Immediate action should be taken.
Action was finally deferred until
Pay For Workmen
House Dill vs, providing tor me
payment ot the employes of the City
and County of Honolulu who havo
been working on tho roads under tho
direction of the Hoard of Supervisors,
was reported ready by tho Printing
Committee. It was rofcrred to the
Bills to Committees
Tlio following bills passed into com
II. II. C, boundaries ot Senatorial
district, Judiciary Committee; II .11.
13, foreign corporation bill, Judiciary
Committee; II. M. 53, delinquent chll
drcn bill, Judiciary; 77, II. C3, Judi
clary; H. 11. 70, Hawaiian birth cer
tificates, Judiciary; S. 11. 73, elec
tion; S. II. 7t, Hoard of Health reg
Istrars, Judiciary; II. II. 98, enabling
Tho following bills passed their
S. 1). S7, Hilo court houso; Judi
cial circuits; II. II. 22, fishing license;
II. 1). 1C; II. II. G9; 11. II. C8; II. II.
37, Senatorial and Judicial circuits.
Sonata Hill -18, providing for the
elimination fiom Government leases
of tho renewal covenant, passed its
Tho Secretary of the Territory In
formed tho Senato that the Governor
had ulllxcd his signature to Senate
Hills Nos. 37, providing for tho In
clusion unions' lawful charges ugnlnst
trusts of Interest on administrators'
bonds; 31, making certified copies ot
nichives receivable as evidence; 38,
exempting cotton from taxation; 39,
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"The kind your grand- I
Admittedly best for gen- I
Hftter now than ever." I
W, C. PEACOCK & CO., Ltd. I Z
amending eminent doiunln laws. II
court of Innd registration, nnd 41.
commissioners of fences,
The Senato adjourned nt 1-
FEDERAL GRAND AND
PETIT JURORS DRAWN
The Grand nnd I'etlt Jurors for
tho April term or the United States
Ulstrict Court wciu drawn this morn
ing in Judgu Dole's lourt, us follows:
Hubert It. Ueklford, Honolulu; Jas
I,. McLean, Honolulu; Win. M. Urn
ham, Honolulu; John llohnuubcrg,
Hilo; Hlchnrd I vers, Honolulu: Geo.
Desha Jr., Hilo; Arthur IllchnrdEiin,
Illloi Kruuk Hustacc, Honolulu; Win.
Wclnrlch Jr., Sisal, Ouhu; L. II. Kerr,
Honolulu; Frank K. Haldwin, l'uu
neno, Maul; James L. Holt, Honolulu,
Kmll A. Hermit. Honolulu; llernard
1 Henrdmorc, Honolulu; Herbert C.
Austin, Kohala. Hawaii; David W.
Anderson, Honolulu; J. I). Gaines,
Honolulu; John II. Crulg, Honolulu,
Alfred II. tlurrcy, Honolulu; J. N. a.
Williams, Kuhulul, Maui; Frederick
C. Miller, Kahului, Maul; C. II. Jen
nings, Kolon, Kntiul; Gerrlt 1'. Wil
Win. II. Smith, 10SL Fort. Honolu
lu; .1. M. Levy, Honolulu; Charles S.
Ilolluwny, Honolulu; Julius Asch, Ho
nolulu: John T. Scully, Honolulu;
John D. Kennedy, Hilo; ltlchard J
Lyman, Hilo; 1. W. Campbell, Honulu
Iu; Jonathan Shnw, Honolulu; J. J.
Hulcer, Honolulu; Herbert M. Leon
aid, Hilo; Daniel I'aliu, Honolulu.
James McCrosson, Kamuclii, Hawaii:
In....... t l,n,l. irn.w.ll.l.I . !lft.l W I I .
UUI11VI ,1. ,IU,I1, IIWKW, MIM , ,.... ,,,. I
llamson, Honolulu; George Hoss, At- j
en; Jas. F. Fenwlck, Honolulu; .Ino.
A. McCnndlcss, Honolulu; H. 1). Ten-j
ney, Honolulu; John A. Ungues, Ho
nolulu; Leon II. Cook, Hilo; A. W ,
Van Vnlkeiiburg, Honolulu; l'etcr C ,
Heumcr,Hllo; George J. O'Nell, Ho
nolulu; Luther Sovernnce, Hilo; Har
old II. Girfard, Honolulu! Wlllntd K. i
Hrown, Honolulu; Joso I. ltodrlgues,
Honolulu; Frank Hachcco, HouoHilii, ,
John K. Gannon, Lnhnlua, Maul, Ju-
seph A. Gllman, Honolulu; James K. '
Merscberg, Honolulu; Gavin F. Hush, '
Ilonolulii'i Augustus Knudscn, Wnl-'
men, Kauai; w. A. uowen, Honolu
lu; Win. C, Ilergln, Honolulu; Cur-'
tls P. Inukcn, Honolulu; J, II. Soper, !
Honolulu; James Cowan, Holitnlon, ;
Hawaii; Charles V. Hooth, Honolu
lu; Mark A. Robinson, Honolulu;
Henry C. I'llugor, Honolulu; Peter
Win. I'elller Kluott. Kohala. Hawaii: I
Frederick K, Steele, Honolulu; J. I)
Dole, Wuhluwa, Oahu; Willie Kwul j
Fong, Honolulu; Lewis Schoen, Hilo; I
T.hco. F. Lansing, Honolulu; Alcxnn-1
der Mcllrydc, Honolulu; It. W. Tor-1
1.1ns. Honolulu; John II. Drew, Ilo-
nolulu; John Wntcrhouso. yionolulu;
J, W. Young, Honolulu; John W. Far.
well, Honolulu; Oliver C. Scott. Ho-,
nolulu; Hoy A. Woodward, Pearl -
City; C. L. Wight. Honolulu; It. J. j
Huchly, Honolulu; Krnest K. Kaul,
Honolulu; John Fnssolh, Wnlmca, Kit
ual; William A. Todd, Hilo, George
S. Harris, Honolulu; D. C. Lindsay,
Kuhulul, Maul; Henry Hirkmyer, Kl-
lauea, Kauai; Philip Hlcc, Kolon, Ka
uai; Henry West, Puueo, Hilo; Wm.
It, Mclnerny, Honolulu; Chnrles L.
Eprlqks, Honolulu; Harry H. Webster
NIPPIN MARU REPORTED.
Tho Nippon Mnru reported by wire
less this morning, stntlng that sho wac
1095 miles out fiom Honolulu nt 8
o'clock. Sho Is on her way to San
Francisco, having left hero last Tiles
day, March 2.
Imperial Persian consul cxplnlns
that "wlna" nnd "love" iu tlio "Hub
nlyat" of Omar Khayyam are sym
bolic nnd removes blot fiom poet's
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er the cost of a
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Architects everywhere are
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Sec our fine slock.
Lewers & Cooke,
177 S. KING ST. PHONE 775.
Model 10 of this splendid
machine has just been receiv
ed. It combines nil the best
features of old models with 12
See this machine nt the
Alexander Younp; Building,.
ALAKEA AND MERCHANT
Brown & Lyon Co.
You Want Electrio Wiring Done or
Private Telephone Installed or Dry
Batteries, call the
UNION ELECTRIC CO., ,
Harrison Block. Phone 315.
Clias. R. Frazier
Phone 371. 122 King St.
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