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nVHNINO TUrM.BTIN, IIONOMJMJ.T. H TtHMOAV. MAttCIl !), lftOO.
for Spring Dresses
Let us make ycu 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, Ecru, and Black. The colored
laecs and laces with gold arc 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 demi
and full length, ALL NEW PATTERNS.
Clever Spring Suits arriving with
every 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 fino
xlx-cr materials in white, delicate
pink, and blues, handsomely trimmed
with lace and fine embroidery, and
Very Moderately Priced.
PRINCESS GOWNS from $7.50
upwards, Sec our window display.
in a variety of styles.
scalloped ibonlcr, in light blue and
pink, at J0 each.
Also with Dresden trimmed border,
at 75 each.
A SAMPLE LINE OF SACQUES, in
all styles, lace and embroidery trim
med, from 75 up.
Sachs Dry Goods Co., Ltd.
Corner Fort and Bcrctania Streets, opposite Fire Station.
NOTICE OF REDEMPTION OF BONDS OF
HAWAIIAN SUGAR COMPANY.
V, Ihu iiiiiIoikIriioiI, W. 0. lltWIN and 12. I. SI'AMHNO, Trustees
lir.iItT Deed of Trust dated Jnmiury 21, 1902, mailo tiy HAWAIIAN SU
GAR COMPANY to the unilerslRiiPil iik Trustees, hereby rIvo notice to tlio
lKinilholiIciH of the Hawaiian Sugnr Ccmpntiy of the election of said Com
pany to ledccin nnil pay, and of tlio redemption "and pnyment of the
following numbered bunila of xalil Company mi tho KlItST DAY OV
APltll., 1909, nt tho ninco of tho MKItCANTII.il TRUST COMPANY Ob'
SAN KKANC1SC0 111 thu City ami County of San Francisco, Stoto of Cal
i i;o iiir, i.si sir, nor, nss 4r:
II (U 128 ISfi 217 307 330 4G3
i r.n io lsc 219 :ni .id a 4&s
C 72 i:tl 1S7 251 313 39 457
71 132 IKS 252 318 39G 458
12 75 137 189 253 319 397 400
13 70 13$ 190 255 320 335 401
11 81 139 191 257 321 399 402
17 -S3 110 193 258 323 400 405
20 M 111 197 200 321 402 406
21 S5 112 139 202 32fi' 403 407
23 80 . 113 201 201 329 409 408
21 88 115 202 205 333 410 474
25 89 1 IT 201 200 339 419 475
20 90 119 210 208 310 420 480
28 91 150 211 271 ,111 421 482
29 92 153 211 272 313 424 483
3D 93 15D 215 273 341 2R 485
33 95 100 210 278 315 429 487
37 99 101 218 280 347 430 488
41 102 101 222 288 348 431 489
42 103 ,100 220 " 289 351 432 491
45 10 107 228 290 352 433 493
40 1110 108 233 291 351 431 494
18 107 109 231 292 300 438 495
49 103 170 235 293 301 410 600
50 113 171 237 291 302 112
51 111 172 239 29S 303 4H
50 115 173 211 299 305 115
57 119 175 212 301 308 IT
58 122 170 213 302 371 418
59 123 183 245 303 375 1 19
TIih holders of above numbered bonds nro hereby notified to present
fin jinj iiil'ii t of principal and Interest to April 1st ,1909, and surrender
wild bonds at tho plaen nnd on tho datu lust abovo mentioned, and that
after April 1st, .1909, nil lutcrest on said bonds numbered as aforesaid
bhall lean) ,
Honolulu, T. II., Tebruary 4, 1909.
W. 0. IRWIN,
i:. I. SPALDINO,
Trustees under said Hawullan Sugar
Company Trust Deed.
at the automobiles, buggies and car
riages we have recently overhauled
THEN SEE US.
W. W. Wright Co,
King Street near South
Specials for the
INFANTS' FANCY BLANKETS
light blue and pink checked. SPE
CIAL, G5 pair.
in leading colors. SPECIAL 50 yd
light and dark brown, with cuffs,
SPECIAL, 91.00 pair.
ENGLISH LONG CLOTH
12-yard pieces. SPECIAL $1.90 pc.
pure linen, pink and blue checked.
SPECIAL, lli2tf 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
415 Queen St,
What Army and Navy
Folk Are Doing
A ibdlKhtfiil hop wis glLii lust iitftlit p
by tlio officers of tho Fifth Cawtlry nt
tl nn!fi.iiu' PImIi nt lollitliitn nnntnn. '
Just as hixiii as the necessary rails
urrho, the railroad extension from Wu
hlawn to the cavalry post at l.ellchua
will bo completed Tho roadway has
been Rrnded and oicntlilnt; Is In read
iness lor tho mils, but tliero work has
been forced to stop.
Tho troops at l.ellebua hau exper
ienced considerable Inconvenience ciw
InR to tho absence of railway facilities.
Tho roads leading to tho cantonment
nro iiyt of tho host, and durliiR wet
went hi r supplies aro taken In with
Holland will not participate In tho
DrcadnouRht bulldlnR contest, but
has drawn up a modest naval pro
gram, which provides for tho laying
down of four armored vessels of 5000
tons nnd sixteen knots, twenty-six
orpedo-boats of 150 tons and twenty-
II vo knots, fourteen small cruisers,
thrco river Runhoats, two inlnitiR
vessels, nnd live submcislblcs. Theso
cxscls aro Intended exclusively for
the defense of tho Dutch coast. Tho
expenditure in 1909 wilt bo 11.700,
000. Tho coast defense armor-clad
Do evcn Provlnclcn will be complet
ed, anil two esscls of the Kortcnacr
class will bo constructed, while a
submerslblo of a larger class than
the l.uctor and KmerRo will bo built.
Two laiRo destrojciH, having a mini
mum speed of thirty-one knots, aro
to bo laid down for service in the
Dutch l.'ut Indies.
A delegation of workmen cmplocd
nt League Island called on Secretary
Newberry at the Navy Department,
Washington, l'eb. 10, and had an ex
tended Interview with him in regard
to tho effect on the employees of the
various navy yards of 'tho proposed
consolidation and reorganization of
alt work at tho yards. Mr. Newberry
explained to them, somewhat in de
tail, tho extent of tho reforms under
headway and showed them how nec
essary it was that tho constantly In
creasing cost of maintaining tho
Navy and Hh vast work should be, If
possible economized and kept within
rcnsonnhlo bounds. Ho told them
that It was Impnsslblo to say Just
how far tho chnnges would mnka
necessary tlio reduction of yard
forces, but that such a reduction
would como wns obviously to bo ex
pected, as It wns nno of tho avowed
objects of tho reform.
The annual convention of tho Na
tional Model License, League, at Louis
ville, Ky., adopted tho following res
olution as the senso of tho liquor
men on tlio regulation of tho trntllc:
First, that as representatives of
browing wlnc-maklng, and distilling
trades, and of wholcsnlo liquor deal
ers, saloonkeepers, Innkeepers, and
members of collateral trades, wo pro
test against nil Intcmpcrnnco In tho
uso of alcoholic beverages and
agaliiBt nil lawlessness of every sort
whatsoever In tho sale of such bev
erages. Second, Hint Intcmpcrnnco Is a
curse, and overy man who becomes
Intoxicated should bo arrested and
Third, that "'treating" which Is 10-
sponslblo for so largo n per cent, of
Involuntary Intemperance, should bo
opposcil by public sentiment and by
ewer member of our trade.
Fouith, Hint the licenses of all re
tail liquor dealers who vlolato laws
should bo cancelled.
Fifth, that prohibition Is un-Amer
lean, that it Is opposed to tho Idea
of Individual sovereignty and to tho
spirit of our Institutions, and, fur
thermore, it must continue to bo
merely n costly absurdity as long us
It prohibits only tho manufacture and
salo of alcoholic beverages.
Sixth, that when prohibition, who-
$800 House and lot on Judd nr.
Nuuanu. 92 x 42.
$500 House and lot at Alewa, be
low Judd St. 50 x 60.
S1400 House and lot at Puunui nr,
Car line. 76x300.
AND OTHER BARGAINS.
P. E. R. Strauch
' WAITY BLD0. H 8. KINO. ST.
thcr for State or County, Is submit
ted to tho people It should p rohlbll,
not only tho sale, but tho iurchnse,
possession, and use of wine, beer, and
Seventh, Hint the r otinty should
not be the unit in local option con
tests, as It does not repicsont tho
Amcrlcnn principle of local self-government.
Eighth, thftt where prohibition Is
adopted by n I-egMatnto or a people,
tho manufacturers nnd dealers In
wine, beer, anil' whiskey should be
compensated for Imestmcnts made,
prior to Kb passage In obedience to
demand and under the sanction of ex.
luting laws. .
Ninth, that the National Model I.I
censo League reiterates Its (onvlctlon
that tho snlo of aUnliollc beverages
can bo properly regulated by provid
ing Hint licenses shall renew them
selves ench year until cancelled by n
oto of the people or hj conviction of
violation of tho law ; that no mora
licenses shall bo Issued until tho pio
portlon Is not moro than one for each
500 of population; that license fees
shall not be unreasonable or In tlio
nature of a penalty; that conviction
for vlolntlon of law, second offense
bhall cancel the license and prohibit
the holder from engaging In tho bus
A supplemental resolution was
adopted, declaring the league's Idea
to be ultimnto salvation of all trades
and all allied industries to cuter tho
movement at once.
DEATH HAPPY RELEASE
Join Joaquin do Hols met with a
horrlblo death yesterday, by falling
Into n boiling at of soft soap. Ilcls
was employed atlhu Honolulu Soap
Works and was attending to his usual
duties when tha accident happened.
It appears that Hie n the aflerniHiii
IIcIm was working. In his accustomed
place oliovo tho vat In which Iho soft
soup In boiled. Thinking1 that he
heard .Manager Johnson calling him
ho turned to answer, nnd ut iinco
slipped and fell Into thu boiling mix
turo. t ,
Itels' ngnnlzed e'rlefc were lit-anl by
Mrs. Johnson, nho at onco siimmoiu
her husband. Johnson and porno nth
or emplojees rushed to the rescue nnd
threw n ropo to Itels. Tlio unfnrtun
ntn man grabbed the line, and the
other men hauled him out. although
tho llesh from Vols' hands c-iiipo off
in lumps, I
StrniiRo to say, although the cooked
flerh came off in slices, and his head
was coered with soap, Itels' o)es
nero not hurt. Tho dying man wns
conscious to tlitt Inst, nnd spoko lilsi
ly of his ei'ip!o)cr. At O:30 o'clock
Ilcls was released from hie suffering
by merciful death An Inquest will
bo held this cM-niug nt the police sin
Hill KICKED H HORSE
AT SIOpilP STABLE
Ah On, uu employco of I.mvla' Stock
yards Slubles, was badly kicked by a
horso at noon today. It appears that
tho Chinaman, who was alone in the
stables, went into ono of tho stalls to
attend to tho hoiso's grooming, Tho
animal lushed out nt him twlco, tho
first kick catching tlio had on tho side
or tho head, and tho second lauding on
his back. '
I-M. Scott, tho blacksmith, who has
his pltro of business adjoining tho
stables, was attracted by tho moans
of tho Injured man, Scott at once
went Into tho stall ami removed the
man to n placo of safety Tho police
pntiol wugon was called nnd tho In
Juied man wns conveyed to the
Queen's hospital Ah On, although
badly hurt, will, not dlo. Tho scalp
wound bled a lot and tho other Injuries
may not havo a sciIoub ending,
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Entered for Record March 8, 1909,
From 10:30 a. m. to 4 p. m.
Win II llurruh to win Hamm-Yoiing
Co Ltd c.M
Hon Library & K R Assn to S 11
Moses Nnopalii to Moses Naopala
Moses Naopala to llmele IC Nao
(icciiBo 1' Thollon. utOL-k tirokiT iiii-l
leal, oktate man, Biilletl today for tlio
mnlnlaiiil in tlid.Sllu'iIn..
Tlio Kciroa rutlcil ut 1 n'clnol; today
Iioiii Ban riiuu'lbco for tills irt.
.ALCOHOL 3 mil Mm
A crjclaUc IVf parai Ion for.ls
ling Uic S lomacta andBovtls of
ncss and IVsironlilns ncftrtcr
Anerfef I Remcdv for Consfiw
I Ion , Sour Slomach.Dlarrhoci
FacSiiinIc Sijnarare of
Eict Copy of Wrapper.
BFMCuTriMf e W I 11 1 II II I II
THE ORiaiNAL SINGER
- Will Open MARCH 1ST at the old stand on Kinp; St.
Will make GOOD BREAD and FANCY CAKES.
Genuine Coffee Cakes a Specialty
Made by a German Baker
We will deliver the Roods every day to all parts of
the City. Satisfaction Quaranteed, Give us a trial.
Max Hiemann - Manager
CLUPCCO SHRUNK QUARTER SIZE COZXlftS
Tliero arc more ways in which n collar can
annoy yon than yon can remember. Hut yon
can remember Arrow, and avoid them all.
li cent 2 for Ji rents.
CLUETT, I'RAUODY i. CO., Itikeri of Cluttt Shirt, Trojr, N. Y.
are made fresh, clean, ami
beautiful in a day by our fine
Our stock was never better
or more completo than now. In
our large assortment of new
shades and patterns, you will
find just the one that will suit
Lewers & CooRc,
177 S. KING ST. ' PHONE 775.
185 editorial rooms :fj( bull,
r.ets office. These are the telephone
numbers of the Bulletin office.
Bulletin Business Ofllce Phone 250,
Bulletin Editorial Room l'houo 163,
For Infanta and Children.
The Kind You Have
W. C. Pearock & Co., ltd.,
FOR SALE AT ALL BARS
THC tlTAU)l MPlflT. MIW VCNH AtTT.
-.y - sf
If you arc start
inc in house
er the cost of a
wood stove and
the fuel it con
and the joys of
h o u s ckecpinp;
will be kept
Gas Co., Ltd.
ENGRAVER and ELECTROTYPER
pnfM MM 1420241 aMVCKC DtfOfV COIO
A1AKEA AND MERCHANT
Brown & Lyon Co.
Von Want Electric Wiring Done or
Private Telephone Installed or Dry
Catteries, call the
UNION ELECTRIC CO.,
Harrison Block. Fhonc 315.
Clios. R. Frazier
Ihone 371. 122 King St.
P. H. BURNETTE,
jAttomey-at-Law for the District
Courts; Notary Public; Draws
Mortgages, Deeds, Bills of Sale,
Leases, Wills, etc.; Agent to Qrant
70 MERCHANT ST.
i HONOLULU. PHONE 310.
i FOR SALE.
I Solar Heaters, 30 to 100 gallon ca
1 pacity. Qalv. Tanks, 5 gallon to 500
I gallon capacity. French Ranges, sir
1 es 4 ft, to 10 ft., for brick setting.
, Range closets and seats suitable for
I use in schools or plantations. Sheet
Metal Work and Plumbing.Estimates,
Jobbing promptly executed.
I EMMELUTH & CO.. LTD,
TEL. 211. 145 KINO ST.
GEO, S. WELLS, Mgr.
HOTEL ST. PHONE 101.
2r"For Rent" cards on tale nt
I the Dulktln olficc.
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