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; OIIK tlinn n million stout women know Hint tho Nemo
Srlf-Itcriiicluir m tlio only corset Hint will reduce
tho abdomen with perfect comfort nn J hygienic safety.
EVERY woman who hns worn it knows Hint tho Xemo
- Sclf-lluriuciug Corset is superior to nil others) i:t
comfort, stylo niul durability that it is nn extraordinary
ynluo simply ns n cornet, saying nothing about its invaluable
and exclusive special features.
COR 1903 wo have nino handsome models (three pictured
above) : n model for every stout womnii tall mid stout,
Bhort mid stout, or just "fat." Ami there's u prico to cuit
every purse. . . .- .
At $3 00 Th? ol(1 fnvori,cs. N(W- J13 nn,l 31'-1. ,,f
" P'W wi,ic, nearly a ijiillion pairs were sold in
1007; nnd for women who want tho new "slender-hip"
effect nro the two new "FlntnjuffHnck" models, Xos. 318
nnd JJJJO, nt the same price $3.00.
Somewhat finer nro Hio Mercerized Bro
caded Corset.-?. Xos. old nnd 518, tho
. French Coutil Corsets with bust supporters, No. 515; and
Iho beautiful new "Platning-lJack" model, No. 517.
A 4- t I ( For women of luxurious tastes, who liavo paid
rl IU $15 to jfoj for illlportc,i ,.fsCts, is tho superb
Ho. 1000, with "Flntning-Bnek" and tho new "Duplex
Straps," nt $10. This is tho llnenl corset Unit can
l)e inmlc superior in every respect to the best that
coir.o from France. It will do wonders for nny stout
figure, giving it the graceful lines of youth.
Sachs Dry Goods Co.,Ltd
NOTICE OF REDEMPTION OF BONOS OF
HAWAIIAN SUGAR COMPANY.
We, tho underBlgucd, W. a. IK WIN and K. I. SPALDING, TruRtecs
under DccU of Trust flntp d January 2 4, 1902, nmdo by HAWAIIAN SU
GAR COMPANY to tlio undersigned at. Trustees, hereby give, notice to the
bondholders nt tho llnwnil.in Sugnr Company of tho election ot said Com
pany to redeem and pay, nnd of tho redemption and payment of tho
following numbered bonds of said Company on tho FIRST DAY OP
APRIL, 1909, nt tho offlco of tho MERCANTILE TRUST COMPANY OF
SAN FRANCISCO In tho City nnd County of San Francisco, State of Cal
1 . GO 125 181 2IG .IOC 382 452
3 Gl 128 185 217 307 390 153
1 G5 130 18G 219 311 393 ICi
5 72 131 187 251 313 391 157
,6 71 132 188 252 318 39G 8
12 75 137 189 253 319 397 1G0
13 7G , 138 190 255 320 355 161
11 SI 139 191 257 321 399 162
17 83 110 193 258 323 100 165
20 81 111 197 260 321 102 166
21 85 112 199 262 326 103 1G7
23 8G 113 201 2G1 329 109 168
21 88 115 202 265 333 110 171
25 89 11T 201 26G 339 119 175
26 90 119 210 268 310- 120 180
28 91 150 211 271 311 121 182
29 92 153 211 272 313 121 183
30 93 15ft 215 273 - 311 42G 185
33 95 160 216 -278 315 129 187
37 99 161 218 280 317 130 188
U 102 161 222 288 318 131 189
12 103 ,166 226 289 351 132 191
1G 101 167 228 290 352' 133 193
1G 106 168 233 291 351 131 191
18 107 169 .234 292 360 138 195
19 109 17 235 293 361 110 500
50 113 171 237 ' 291 362 112
51 114 172 239 298 363 411
50 115 173 211 29? 365 415
57 119 175 212 301 368 417
58 122 176 213 302 371 148
59 123 183 245 303 375 449
The holders ot abovo numbered bonds aio hereby notified to present
for payment of principal and Interest to April 1st ,1909, and surrondcr
said bonds nt tho placo and on tho dato last abovo mentioned, and that
nftor April 1st, 1909, all Interest on said bonds numbered as aforesaid
bliall ccaso .
Honolulu, T. II. , February 1, 1909,
W. G. IRWIN,
K. I. SPALDING,
, Trustees under said Hawaiian Sugar
Company Trust Deed.
at the automobiles, buggies and car
riages we have recently overhauled
THEN SEE US.
W, W. Wright Go,
BENNY & CO., LTD.,
And Buyers Of
415 Queen St.
BILL IS AIMED AT
Would Also Bar Practise
Of Osteopathy In
It n bill which wns Introduced In tho
House, by Douthltt this morning be
comes law, Chrlsllnn Science, hcallni;,
tho practlco of nstcopathy, and tho
practlco of mcdlclno by Japancso un
able to pass an examination In tho
English language, will bo absolutely
prohibited and put upon tho same
basis as tho practlco of sorcery, witch
craft, anaana, liooploplo, hoottnnuna
Tho bill Is ono of tho most raplcnl
of its kind that has ever been lntio
duccd In nny Legislature, nnd such a
Inw, efforts to pass which hnvo unsuc
cessfully been made In mnny States,
would bo something new Tho bill ev
idently has tho backing of tho rcput
ablo licensed physlclnns. It Is suro to
provoke hot dlscusBlolis during its
progress through tho various readings
In tho House, and also In tho Scnnto If
If roaches that Lody, In caso of Its
ennctir.cnt Into law, efforts will un
doubtcdly bo made to test Its const!
Tho bill provides that no person
shall practice surgery or mcdlclno
either gratuitously or for piy or slinll
offer to do ho, or shall advertise or
announcclilmsclf cither publicly or prl
vntcly ns prepared or qualified to prac
tlco, without having first obtained a
license. No license shall bo Issued
except upon recommendation of thu
Hoard ot Health nnd tho Hoard of
Thu clause most immcdflntely af
fecting Christian Science li this: "the
practice of mcdlclno shall bo held to
Include tho uso of drugs and medi
cines, wntcr, electricity, hypnotism,
and any mums or method nnd any
agent, either tangible or Intangible,
for tho treatment of disease.
Tho section that will affect tho Jap
anese provides that the examinations
of tho Hoard of Medical Kxamlners
shall bo conducted In tho English lan
guage and shall bo In whole or In part
Tho penalty for violation of tho pro
visions ot this bill is to bo a lino of
not to exceed (250.
If tho Scnnto confirms tho action of
tho Ilotiso taken this morning, there
will bo nothing to prevent pol maker.)
from manufacturing pol on any of the
business streets of tho down-town sec
tion, in tho office buildings, In their
front yards or out In tho kitchen or
on tho church stops If they can get u
icntnl ot such n placo. Pol Is a sacred
thing to tho Iloubo members, and nny
restrictions on Its manufacture aro ob
noxious to them. So thoy proceeded
to knock out the Inw prohibiting its
manufacture Inside of certain city lim
its. Kinney's Bill Tabled.
Kinney's It. I). 82, providing that
deputy Sheriffs shall npivolnt police of
ficers, was tabled, tho Miscellaneous
Committee reporting tha't tho subject
matter was the samo ns that In Make
kau's II. I). 29, which was tabled earl
ier In tho session.
Tho old scheme for dividing tho
County of Hawaii Into two counties
was sprung on Iho House, by Kawo-
wchl, who Introduced n bill to that ef
fect. His bill provides that tho dis
tricts of North niul South Kohala,
North and South Kona nnd Kau, and
all Islands lying within thrco nautical
miles of their shores, and tho waters
adjacent shall ho tho County ot West
Hawnll, with Its county seat at Kal
lua. Hamakua, North and South Hllo
and Puna, and their adjoining Islands
and waters Bhall constitute tho county
of East Hawaii, with Its county scat
It is provided that tho county scats
may bo changed or removed by voto of
two-thirds of tho qualified Icectors of
tho county. Tho property of tho Coun
ty of Hawaii shall bo sold at public
auction nnd tho proceeds equally divid
ed betweon tho now counties, which
may bo bidders at tho auction, Tho
dobt ot tho present county of Hawaii
shall bo equally apportioned between
tho two now counties.
Appeal from Supervisors.
A hill was Introduced by Wnlwalolo
to amend tho County Act by adding n
provision for tho. taking of appeals
from tho decision of tho Hoard of Sup
ervisors to tho Supremo Court of tho
Should Becorrte Law.
Castro Introduced n bltl to provide
for tho enro and malntonnnco of terri
torial, county nnd city and county em
ployees who may ho Injured whllo ac
tually engaged In tho porformanco of
their duties. Castro would havo each
person so Injured paid tho sum of $10
a week for tho tlmo during which ho
may bo wholly Incapacitated by reason
of his Injuries. Hut no person shall
ipci1o more than $100, coycilng a jht
lod of ten weeks.
Phone 413, Sou-ial instances liuvo como up ro
ccntly of public servants being Injured
whllo In tho icrformnnco of their du
ties, nnd there was no legal provision
by which they could ho paid for thu
tlmo they wore unnlilu to work.
What About ThliT
Knlclopu Introduced n bltl providing
Hint when nny lands, held under tho
agreement of sale provided for In Sec
Hon 27G Revised Laws, revert to thr
Government through termination nt
tho agreement, nnd nro again sold, the
imnunt duo tho orlglnnl purchaser
ill nil bo paid him by tho IjiihI Com
nlssloner. In other words. If n man
takes up public land, builds a house
on It, and then concludes that he
doesn't want it, the Government must
pay him for the house ho has built.
A Pol Argument.
Houso Ulll 18, Introduced by Knmr
to rcmovo tho restrictions regardlnc
localities where iol may he made, met
with prompt .opiiositlon. ( Knmahu
thought tho psssago of tho nieasun
would cause a great deal of trouble In
Honolulu. Ho wanted to know what
Kama meant by introducing It, any
way. Kama denied that ho had nny Intcu
Hon of causing trouble by fathering
tho measure If the Hoard of Health
should decide to limit tho manufacture
of pol to Walklkl, for Instance, or Mo
annlua, it would entail n hardship on
tho people, and nn the pol makers. II
would bo better to allow the manufnc
turo anywhero In tho city of thu Ha
waiian staff of life
Douthltt thought tho matter too sc
rlous for snnp Judgment to bo taken
Ho moved to defer nctlon for a week
Douthltt's bill to amend tho Municipal
Act, Introduced csterday, contains r.
provision turning over to tho Super
visors tho matter of defining tho pol
districts. Tho motion to defer nctlon
Douthltt changed his mind and con
eluded to support the bill
Knnlho again muted to defer action
but was. ruled out of order, tho same
motion having already been put and
lost. Kanlho, Jiy thu way, voted
against DouthKt'c motion to defer.
Tho voto on the final passage of the
hill was takeil", and It passed by a vote
of 27 to 0.
Houso Bill CI. Introduced by Wnl
walolo amending tho Inheritance tax
laws, passed third reading. The hill
provides that when a person dies In
Hawnll, Icavlnginn estnto elsewhere,
tho snnlo bcrninJnK tho property of a
resident of tho Territory. It shall be
subject to tho Inheritance tax the
same as estates located here. To en
force this provision tho tnx lhall bc
como n lien upon any properly of the
deceased located In Hnwall.
There was no opposition to tho bill.
tho voto In favor of Its passage being
Scnnto Hill 33, providing Hint lltl
ganls before tho Supremo Court shall
ho entitled to a hearing beforo the
full number of Justices', passed third
reading by full voto of the members
What's tho uso of working, anyway?
Every day'll ho Sunday bve and bye
or at least, a legal holiday. If tho leg
islature declares that a few moro days
of tho year shall bo given up to cele
brations nnd luaus.
Tho Military Committer rcimrtcil
back Kealawaa's Lincoln Day filll, as
amended by Llko to Include St. Pat
rick's day. Tho committee, recommend
ed that tho following ho tet apart as
January 1 Now Year's Day.
February 12 Lincoln Day.
February 22 Washington Day.
March 17 (St. Pat.), Kanlkcaoull
May 30 Decoration Day.
Juno 11 Knmehnmeha I Day.
July 1 National Independence Day.
First Monday in September Labor
Third Saturday In Soptomber Ro
December 25 Christmas Day.
Thanksgiving Day, being by Presi
dential proclamation, Is not mentioned
nut It will bo celebrated' Just the
Tho report of tho Miscellaneous
Committee nn Scnnto Hill 17, tho cit
izen lubor moasuro, wbb taken up for
consideration. Tho commllteo recom
mended certain amendments tho Intent
of which Is to mnko It moro binding
on courts to employ citizens as dep
uties, clerks, Interpreters, etc., provld
Ing thut only whoro It Is absolutely Im
possible to And a citizen capable of
filling a position shall an allon ho em
ployod. Tho rcort wns adopted.
Furtado Introduced two hills, cient
Ing tho oitlco ot County Registrar oi
Conveyances, to do tho work now done,
by tho Territorial Reglstrnr. Furtndo
says ho thinks It would ho an Improve
ment on tho prscut way of doing
things If people rould register Instru
ments In their own counties Instead of
having to como to Honolulu to do bo,
Ono of his bills relates to tho City
end County of Honolulu; the other to
tho ontsldo counties. It Is provldol
that the County Treasurer shall act as
A resolution wub Introduced by Nn
kaleka to appropriate $100 Tor repair
Ing the whaif nt Knmalo, Mnlnkal.
We know of no other medicine which has been so suc
cessful in relieving the suffering of women, or secured so
many genume testimonials, as lias Lydia E. Pinkham's
In almost every community you will find women who
have been restored to health by Lydia E. Pinkham's Veg
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either been benefited by it, or knows some one who has.
In the Pinkham Laboratory at Lynn, Mass., arc files con
taining over one million one hundred thousand letters from
women seeking health, in which many openly state over
their own signatures that they have regained their health by
taking Lydia E. Pinkham' Vegetable Compound.
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound has saved
many women from surgical operations.
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound is made ex
clusively from roots and herbs, and is perfectly harmless.
The reason why it is so successful is because it contains
ingredients whicn act directly upon the female organism,
restoring it to healthy and normal activity.
Thousands of unsolicited and genuine testimonials such
as the following prove the efficiency of this simple remedy.
Minneapolis, Minn.: "I wnsn tjront sufferer from foninle
trouble which cuusoil n woakiiojn mill broken lnvn condition
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Vegetable Compound lind douii for other siiffcriutr women, I felt
Hiiro it would hel) ntc, nnd I must Kay It did help mo wonder
fully. Within threo mouths 1 wns n perfectly well wnmnn.
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Our new central Catalogue it no
ready for mailing and will be found
of great value to the planters of
Seeds, Plants and Trees
This Catalogue is the finest wo
have ever issued and will be mailed
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If lu th city, call at
125-127 MAKTJBT ST.
0pp. Junction with California
frte to all who writ us.
When wrltliK address us at
52 JACKSON STEEET
SAN FRANCISCO, CALIF.
II, II, 119, Carlo)', defining tho word
"Barnuii" Judiciary Conunlttco.
II. D. 125. Douthltt. nmcndltiR tlio
Municipal Act Judiciary Committee.
II. II. 120, Alfonso, Hllo Park I'uli
He I.nnds Committee,
II. II, 121, Kiirtntlo, pay of Jurors
II. I!. 122, Kinney, uroli hill Spec
ial committee of incnihcrs fioni Koiutli
and Fifth districts.
H. II. 123, Kawcwehl, pound hlll
I'ubllc Lands Committee.
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Our stock was never better
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our large assortment of new
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177 S. KING" ST. PHONE 775,
W. C. Peacock & Co., Ltd.,
FOR SALE AT ALL BAHS
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er the cost of a
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Vou Want Electric Wiring Done or
Private Telephone Installed or Dry
Eatteries, call the
UNION ELECTRIC CO.,
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Phone 371. 122 King St.
P. H. BURNETTE,
Attorney-at-Law for the District
Courts; Notary Public; Draws
Mortgages, Deeds, Bills of Sale,
Leases, Wills, etc.; Agent to Grant
70 MERCHANT ST.
HONOLULU. PHONE 310.
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cs 4 ft. to 10 ft,, for brick setting.
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