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EVENING nUM.ETIN, HONOLULU, T. II., MONDAY, MARCH S, 1909
For Spring Dresses
Let is make you a Sepia Bromide Enlarge
ment from one of your small negatives.
Many different patterns of new Spring IACES have just arrived. A
splendid assortment of White. Cream. Ecrd, and Black. The colored
laces and laces with gold are favorites for Spring. BABY IRISH and
VENISE BANDS, in White, Cream, and Ecru, MALTESE and CLUNY
IACES, COLORED VALENCIENNES LACES with insertions to match,
GOLD VALENCIENNES LACES, with insertions to match. NEW FILLET
BAND TRIMMING, THE NEW DROP AND BUTTON EFFECT LACES,
GOLD ALL-OVER YOKINGS, NEW FLOUNCE EMBROIDERIES, in deml
and full length, ALL NEW PATTERNS.
Clever Spring Suits arriving with
vcry steamer, the latest-style
thoughts of the most famous design
ers. The advance models are one and
two of a kind. They arc made of fine
Klii'er materials in white, delicate
pink, and blues, handsomely trimmed
with lace and fine embroidery, and
Very Moderately Priced.
PRINCESS OOV1IS from S7.50
upwards. See our window dfcplay.
in a variety of styles.
scalloped border, in light blue and
pink, at 50l each.
Also with Dresden trimmed border,
nt 7f( each.
A SAMPLE LINE OF SACQUES. in
all styles, lace and embroidery trim'
med, from 75 $ up.
Sachs Dry Goods Co., Ltd.
Corner Fort and Beret ania Streets, opposite Fire Station.
NOTICE OF REDEMPTION OF BONDS OF
HAWAIIAN SUGAR COMPANY.
Wo. tho mylorslgnecl, W. 0. IltWIN and K. I. SPALDING, Trustees
under Deed of Tnmt ilntcd January 31, 1302, ninilo by HAWAIIAN' SU
(SAH COMPANY to tlio undcrulgiicil nt Trustees, hereby give nutlce to tho
liuuillioldcis of tlio Hawaiian Sugar Cf.mpnuy of tlio election of Bttld Com
pany to loilecm and pay, and of tlio redemption and payment of tlio
following numbered bonds of said Company on tlio FIUST DAY OK
Al'IUU 1003, at tho oiTlco of tho MKRCANTILK TRUST COMPANY OF
SAN KilANCIHCO III tho City and County of San Francisco, Stato of Cal
1 CO 123 1S4 210 , 3015 382 452
CI 12S 1S5 247 307 300 453
4 05 130 ISO 219 311 333 453
r, 72 131 1S7 251 313 331 457
fi 71 132 1SS 252 318 330 458
i! 75 137 183 253 313 397 4C0
13 70 138 130 253 320 338 401
81 133 131 . 237 321 399 4C2
17 S3 140 193 25S 323. 400 405
20 SI 141 197 2CO 324 402 400
1 85 112 199 202 320 403 407
;;:;' Sli 143 201 2C1 329 409 40S
M 8S- 145 202 203 333 410 471
US 83 1 IT 201 Sill 333 4 413 475
90 113 210 20S 3 1 420 480
,28 ill 150 211 271 311 421 482
29 92 153 211 272 313 421 483
ail 93 Ilia 21.r 273 311 20 485
33 95 100 210 27S 315 429 487
37 - 99 101 218 280 317 430 488
41 102 104 222 288 3 IS 431 489
4" 1(111 100 220 2S9 351 432 491
4fi 101 ' 107 228 290 352 433 ,493
40 , 100 10S 233 231 351 431 491
4S 17 103 231 292 300 438 495
4!) 109 170 235 , 293 301 440 COO
r,0 113 171 237 29,1 302 442
r,4 111 172 233 298 303. 441
CO 115 173 211 299 305 1C
r,7 119 175 242 301 308 I7
r,8 122 170 213 302 371 418
.19 123 183 245 ' 303 375 43
Tho holders of above numbered bonds nro hereby notified to present
tor imjiiicnt of principal and Interest to April 1st ,1303, and surrender
Fold bonds nt tho placo and on tlio duto last nbovo mentioned, nnd that
ufter April 1st, 1909, all Interest on said bonds numbered as nforcsnld
shall ream .
Honolulu, T. II., February 4, 1909.
i. W. (J. IRWIN,
i:. I. SPALDING,
Ti unices under Raid Hawaiian Sugar
, Company Trust Deed.
at the automobiles, buggies and car
riagej we have recently overhauled
THEN SEE US.
W. W. Wright Co..
1 King Street near South
Z Tel. 252
Specials for the
INFANTS' FANCY BLANKETS
licht blue and pink checked. SPE
CIAL, UO pair.
in leading colors. SPECIAL 50 yd.
light and dark brown, with cuffs.
SPECIAL, ijil.UU pair.
ENGLISH LONG CLOTH
12-yard pieces. SPECIAL $l.i0 pc.
pure linen, pink nnd blue checked,
SPECIAL, 12y2 yd.
a new assortment, of the kind vou
can put in the tub and take out as
fresh and clean as new.
BENNY & CO., LTD,
And Buyers Of
ENGRAVER and ELECTROTYPER
(Continued from Pass 1)
Ways and Means Committee and wilt,
It Is felt, remedy n great ninny de
fects In the ptescut system of paying
out money In tho public service.
Maui Supervisors Again
IIouxu Hill No. 44, changing tho
meeting date of the .Mini I Hoard of
SupervlsoiH, came up for second read
ing. Action on it was deferred until
March 17, Senator Robinson ashing
for more time to consider.
petition from the Hawaiian Kv-
iiliKollcnl Assoelatlou of Hllo, ptotest-
lug against any clinugo In the liquor
laws, and nsldng that the hill now
bcfoio the Sennto bo not enacted into
n law, was presented and read. It
was referred to the Ways nnd Means
A I aft of loutlnu business was gone
through with. The following bills
parted their third reading, all, with
ono exception, going through unani
mously: Senate III 1 1 No. 37, lepeallng the
law relative to tho circulation of
Senate Hill No. 05, reassigning the
judicial districts of the Territory.
House Hill 55, protecting purchas
ers of real estate against fraudulent
conveyances and providing a penalty
for violations. The bill ns sent up
from the House, fixed tho minimum
pcnnlt at one enr'n imprisonment
pud the maximum at live years. On
mo, lou of Senator Kuudxen. tho min
imum was eliminated, it being feared
that the stilngeney of tho penally
might miiko ccm lotion Impossible In
many cases where there might be
Senate Hill No. 20, piovlding that
In cases of unusual hardship attor
neys appointed by tho court to defend
pcuiiilesR persons may receive not to
exceed 1100 In payment for their sor
Wees, from tho Territory. Senator
Kalamn voted "no" on this bill.
Iloiibo Hill No. 27, reducing price
of Revised l.nwH of Hawaii to $5.
llous-o'lim No. 37, readjusting tlio
taxation, educational, and Judicial
dlstilcls of the Tenltory. This bill
wai amended so ns to Include tho
Island of Knhoolnwo In tho Dlstilct
House Hill No. 58, regarding tlio
Issuing of certificates of Hawaiian
House Illll No. 09, relating to tho
foims of bonds for employes of the
Tenltory, vas not acted upon. On
the request of Senator llaker, its con
sideration wjih deferred until tumor
License Bill Tabled
llmibe Hill No. 32, chauglug tho
law lelatlvo to fishermen's licenses,
was also tabled for future consider
ation, thorn belnir Mtmn lnlHUtider-
standing regarding tho provisions of !
the pi opined law.
The following bills passed their
pnoml reading and were leferred lu
House Hill No. 01, to tho Judiciary
House Hill No. 75, .Hawaiian coun
ty division, to Hawaii delegation.
Senate Hill 70, witness fees anil
mileage, to Judiciary Committee.
Senate Hill 77, bonds of city and
county ollkcis, to Judlclnry Commit
Sonfttn Hill No. 78, bonds of coun
ty olllcers, to Jildtclaiy Committee.
Hodse Hill No. 47 piuscd Its first
185 editorial rooms 25G busl
nets office. These a're the telephone
numbers of the Bulletin office.
$600 House and Lot on Judd nr.
Nuuanu. 02 x 42.
$300 House and Lot at Alewa, be
low Judd St. 50xG0.
$1 100 House and Lot at Puunui nr.
Car Line. 75 x 300.
AND OTHER BARGAINS.
MAN ANSWERS CALL
W. C. Peacock, Merchant
AVallci C Peacock of the well-known
flrin of V. 0 Peacock & Co.. illccl
I this morning nt 1 o'clock. Mr Pon-i
cock was u kntnnnlna In tlio UlanOn, .
having como here from the Colonies)
over twenty jcars ago. He, In Ills
lounger tlujH, wns n telegraph opera-;
tor, nnd was cio nu Inventor. A,
hand-plow which ho Invented has
been n great success for many years,
although Mr. Peacock, up till lately,
had not drawn much money out of It.
However, some little time ngo a suit
that Mr. Pcitcock brought ngaltiBt the
makers of tho plow was successful;
this verdict ordered a royalty to bo
turn , uituvi uiuvii'ii it lutiiiiy lu uu
paid on all the implements manufac-
mien in me iiudi I'liiuriuuuiui, 1 3 Adrian, Urt.
death provcntB Mr. Peacock from i ' Why will women take chances with
pcrtonnlly receiving the benefits nc- j an operation or drag out a sickly,
rrnlne from the rn.iilim.nr hu half-hearted existence, missing three
cm ng from me creation, of 1"'' follrtort,u joyor living, when they
brnln- can find health In Lydia JJ. I'lnkhatn's
On reaching Honolulu Mr. Peacock j Vegetable Compound?
stnrted In busluem ns nn accountant I For thirty years it has been tlio
nnd Inter went Into partnership with i standard remedy for female Ills, and
Captam met., in the liquor business. JSft" tttHuch Vi.-
Tho well-known Vholesale house
beating his nnmo wns established
mhiio years ago nnd hns grown Into
n flue business. Mr. Peacock was of
a very gbnldl disposition nnd' was
yell liked by nil who came In touch
.Mr. Peacock Invested n lot of mon
ey In tho Moana Hotel, which he
built. Tho bond owners closed on
him and ho lost nbout $150,000. He
at ono time wns bookkeeper for Cecil
Hrown nnd later on for F. P. I.cnnl
lialn. whoso business wns brought out
by Frceth nnd Peacock. Tho firm
was afterwards known ns W. C. Pea
cock & Co., the two brothers, W. C.
and C. A. Peacock, being the princi
W. C. Peacock was n very enter
prising business man. Hiss Illness
wns of short duration nnd his death
wns ii shock to tho business commun
ity. Tho funeral "ill lie held nt 4 p. in.
Tho pall-bearers will bo T. i 1-nn
sing. It. I,. Aucrbach, J. II. Hcrtscho,
C. W. Ash ford, C. O. Uartlctt, and
J. Lucas. Itov. Canon Osbourno will
conduct the service.
Tho following memorial resolution
was adopted by tho board of direct-
ors of tho Wholesale Liquor Dealers'
association oi iinwnn:
vwun unicignea Borrow we meci
today to pay our earnest tribute to
tlio memory of Walter C. Peacock, In
whoso death wo havo Indeed suffered
a keen personal loss. It was a pleas
ure not given many to know Walter
C. Peacock, tho man, ns we, his
friends of many years, hnvo known
him. To us his life has always been
an open book a book with no stain
ed or sullied page; and ns wo rend
from day to day, wo learned not only
to cherish that gcntloncsg of nature.
that true feeling of friendship, but,
There is good in
all beer. There is food in the 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 condi
tions Prime Beer
liam'sVegetableCompound i ... r. m. .
Adrian. Ua. "I nunerea untoiu
tnlanrtf tmtn n fom flirt WPHlf 11044. Mill
hIwaim. and I could not stand more
than a mluuto at a
time My doctor
said an operation
watt tho only'
cnance l uau, aim
I dreaded it almost
as much as death.
Una flriv T tvn.
reading how other
women had been I
cured by Lydla K. I
nnnnam b vege
mid decided to try
It Itnfnra I 'had taken ono bottlo
- . " . V : , . ,
munu in disiiL-icemonts. iullnmmatlou.
ulccratlclii, fibroid tumors, Irregulari
ties, periodic palus, backacho, Indiges
tion, and nervous prostration.
If ynu have the Hllghtcut doubt
ttint Lydia K. I'lnkhnm's Vorc
tnblo Compound will liolp you,
wrlto to Mrs. lMnklium nt Lynn,
Musi., for ndvlco. your letter
will bo absolutely conlldcntlul,
and the advice free
better yet, to honor the man.
"When such n man passes nway,
when old frlehdshlps are sevoral, and
business tics of long standing arc
broken, It Is meet that wo should
honor his memory with this brief
nnd simple eulogy; nnd, while we
eallze full well Its Inadequacy as an
exp'resslon of the loss which wo
have sustained In his death, yet we
reel. Indeed, that It Is none tho less
a true nnd most heartfelt tilUute to
hik great worth."
The Bulletin Publishing Co..
Ltd., is agent for the best engraving
and lithographing company on
the Pacific Coast and ii prepared
to give estimates on hlgn-gnule
printing of every kind.
' Also prices and samples of the
very Latest in Engraved CartU,
, Announcements, and
Invitations,, in the best of form
for smart functions.
After hearing of Colonel Tucker's
case beforo army retiring board, wlfo
begins suit for separate maintenance.
Olii found lashed to bathtub In
Chicago hotel and claims to bo victim
Papago Indian langungo Is to bo
recorded on the phonograph
Hcrkelcy board of trustees charged
with wonting money.
BOYD'S FRIENDS ON
Nuuanu Dam Resolution
Aimed At Supf. Of i
A determined effort on tlu part of
a tcitaln contingent In the Legisla
ture to "get" Superintendent Marston
Campbell Is to be made. The first
open moe In this direction was made
Borne days ngo, whou n resolution for
the appointment of a committee to
"Investigate" tho Nuuanu dam wai
adopted In the House. This commit
tee Is now investigating" and tho
lesults of Us work Is being nwnlted
with considerable Interest.
The report of Hie committee, no
matter what Its character, cannot af
fect the work on the dam, for tills Is
contracted for and the Legislature
cannot annul this contract. Hut it It
hoped by the anti-Campbell element
Hint some grounds, more or less ten
able, may be found for censuring the
Superintendent of Public Works and
holding up his confirmation by the
The whole troubto seems to hinge
on Mr Campbell's action fotue time
ago In firing Hobble Hoyd. In the
minds uf certain politicians, It U
nothing less thtln a crime to scratch
a man's Job out from under him,
whether he he needed or capable of
filling It or not.
Campbell, therefore, hns committed
the unpardonable sin. and ho must be
"got " So Nuuanu dam 1 being In
SUPERVISORS WILL CONFIRM
(Continued from Pace 1)
Mayor's appointees for the outside Vlls
trlcts, because we do not feel that
they nru as good men as those chosen
by tho Hoard, but that opposition does
not apply to Wilson."
Cox hhs been moro or less In favor
of confirming tho appointment of Wil
son for somo time, according to re
port. When Wilson's name wns last
turned dowu by tho Hoard, Cox de
clined to voto with tho nmjorlty. Kane
wus tho next to fall Into lino, Logan is
said to favor tho confirmation of the
Mayor's appointee, McClellan, Fern's
henchman, has been u Wilson man all
along, Ahlavand Aylett arc both said
to fnvor Wilson, and It Is not believed
that Qui a n will stand In the way,
though ho has ns et made no public
statement of his attitude.
If tlio Mayor should again present
Wilson's natno at tho meeting tomor
row night, there Is llttlo doubt but that
It will bo confirmed without any dis
Thirty-two men were placed under
arrest in tho Oilsey house, New York
city, charged with frequenting u
poolroom. Tho Inmates wcro held In
(500 mall, and a man by the name of
Humphrey was charged with being
BULLETIN AD8 PAY '
If you arc start
ing in housekeeping-
er the cost of a
wood stove and
the fuel it con
nnd the joys of
h o u s ckeepint;
will be kept
Gas Co., Ltd.
make their own selection of ,
hardware; others depend upon
the recommendation of the
Architects everywhere are
the most beautiful and useful
Builders' llardware manufac
Art - . v . 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.
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.
ALAKEA AND MERCHANT
Brown & Lyon Co.
VTou Want Electrlo Wirlne Done or
Private Telephone Installed or Dry J
UNION ELECTRIC CO.,
Harrison Block. Phone 315.
Chas. R. Frazior
Phone 371. 122 King St.
P. E. R. Strauch
415 Queen St.
Ii S, KINO ST.
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