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T.vnNiNn nm.i.nTiN. iioNOT-ui.tr. t. 11., rwiuv. Maiicii 12, 1909.
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a7iCVi: CORSET- . ':
FDR.EVERY 5TDLTT WOMAN
w'ir- "Xni . wii fr-Ws u sr!
MOHK tliim n million (.(out women :nor that tlio Nemo '
.Sfir-ltcrittciiiK N tin only corw-'t th'.t will reduce '
tlio abdomen with perfect comfort mill hygienic safety.
fVKUY womiin who lias worn
comfort, Htylo ami dunihility that it Is nn extraordinary
ynluo dimply as a enrht-t, wixing nothing about it.i invaluable
nnd exclusive special features.
COR 1908 o have nine hamlsquic inortcta (three pictured
nhovu) : :i model for every btout woiumi tall and stout,
hhort and stout, or just "fat." And there's n price to euit
At $3 00 Tho oltl fnvori,csi N(W- nt" an'1 :l,I o
-VL pcF.UV xvhich nearly n million piirs were sold in
1007; nnd for women who want the new "slender-hip"
effect nro tho two new "I'MatuiiiR-Hack" models, Nos. 5118
and HJiO, at tho snmo price SH.00.
A RC? ftft Somewhat finer aro tho Mercerized Uro
AL yO.JJ mihd CorxcN xos. 51(5 and 518, the
. ( French Coutil Corsets with lmt supporters, No. 515; and
tho beautiful new "Flntning-Ducl:" model, No. 517.
A f- I ( For women of luxurious instes, who havo paid
rtl P '-' $15 to $,; for imported corsets, is the superb
Ko. 1000, with "Flatnins-Uaek" and tho now "Duplex
Straps," nt $10, This is tho ilncst corset tliut can
1)0 iniulc superior in every respect to the best tint
coir.o from France. It will do wonders for any stout
figure, giving it tho graceful lines of youth.
Sachs Dry Goods Co.,Lta
NOTICE OF REDEMPTION OF BONDS OF
HAWAIIAN SUGAR COMPANY.
We, tlio umlorslRiictl, W. 0. IltWIN nnU E. I. SPALDING, Trustees
uniler Heed ot Trust Uatcil January 24, 1902, mailo 1)' HAWAIIAN SU
(JAU CO.MPANY to tlio uiulerslKned nk Trustees, lietcby bIvo notlco to tho
liomlliolitcrH of tlio llnwnllnn SiiRur Cciniiany ot tho election of said Com
jiany to redeem mid liny, and of tho redemption and payment ot tho
followIiiK nuailiercd lionds ot snld Comimuy on the FIltST DAY OP
AI'HIL, 1903, at tho olllcoot tho MIJItCANTILK TItUST COMPANY OP
BAN KKANCISCO In tlio City and County of San Prnuclsco, Stato of Cal
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Tlio holders ot abovo numbered bonds aro hereby notified to present
'for p.'ijineat of principal nnd Interest to April 1st ,1909, and surrender
i.uld bonds at tho placo and on tlio dato last nboVo mentioned, and that
after April 1st, 1909, nil Intorest on said bonds numbered as aforesaid
Blinll ecato .
Honolulu, T. H., February 4, 1909.
W. O. IltWIN,
13. 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-
Kinrj Street near South
tm V i 1 1 -i
it knows that tlio Nemo
ii superior to nil other.i hi
BENNY & CC, LTD.,
And Buyers Of
' Raw Material
415 Queen St.
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Tho llrst night of "Plorodora" found
tho Opera Houso well filled last con
ing dcsplto tho thrcatcnliiR weather
that so frequently spoils n Honolulu
houso. Tho Rny Lltlpiillnux wcro nn
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taken up on third rcucllm:. Umithllt
mrucd to postpone It hulellnltely.
Coney explained: "If tho I coplo wnnt
to pay their water rates, pass this hill;
If they don't kill It. Tho object or la
troiIucliiR this bill Is simply to compel
Iho payment of sewer rates."
Long opposed the bill, on the ground
that It Is a measure that will be hard
on tlio lKMir peoplo. Ho raid ho hud
observed that It Is Iho policy of Iho
Public Works Department to compel
pcoplu to connect with tho Howi-m, ot,-ten-at
an cnonnoui penm;. It would
bo unjust to tho pour peoplo of Hono
lulu to compel them to connect ulth
tho sowers If the: don't wnnt to. I.011K
seconded tho motion 10 iiostpuno In
definitely. lflcn rnso to .reply. "I bollevc," ho
snld, "that tho Legislature should pasq
bills whereby thu tiovcrnmeiit run
collect tho money duo lu You m-iy
sny It will bo n hardship 011 the poor
man. Tho poor man pays his sewer
rates. When this measure came up I
wont down to sco tho Superintendent
of Public Works to seo who wero tho
men who weio not paying their sewer
rates, and I found that most of them
wero peoplo who could afford to pay
their rates, but wero simply bliilling
tho government. I mention come of
tho names. I found tho Sanll-iry Steam
Uiunilry awes 911Q0; Sing King Co.
owes $150. There nro ninny others.
"I sny let us piss this bill and mako
these peoplo pay their debts. Wo
need tho money and they nro getting
tho servlco; let them pay for It."
Castro oposed tho bill on Iho ginund
that, its passage vumld deprive the In
ilhlilual of his rights. Furthermore,
ho did not sco how It could ho'cnfoicM
Dcsldes, ho said, tho sewer system was
established not for revenue but for
Improving' tho sanitary conditions of
tho city. The passage of the bill would
simply bring tho Territory into liti
gation Involving tho expenditure of
largo sums of money. Cases would
como beforo tlio Stipiemo Couit that
would havo to bo appealed In Wash
ington, and every time an apiieal Is
tuken to Washington, It coets tho Ter
ritory n largo sum Peoplo would cer
tainly sua tho (iQVornmcnt If deprived
of their wuter rights.
Sheldon moved to defer action to
next Tliursduy UAglvo'llme to Und nut
If tho Superintendent of Public Works
would bo sntlsllcd with tlio passage of
nn act making sewer raton u lien 011
Long's Only Luxury.
Long again 'took tho floor. Ho did
not hcllovo that If tho hill wero passed
it would hold wuter beforo tho Su
premo Court of tho United States. 11
bhould not bo tho policy of tho Gov
ernment to adopt a hold up policy. If
thu Territory cannot collect Ha Just
debts by cill action ,lt should put a
lawyer at tho head of the Attorney
Itlcu wanted to know If Long would
deny that tho Miwcr tales Is a Just
charge. Long didn't know, hut ho as
surcd tho Houso that sow cm aro a
luxurj and should bo paid for only by
thofo who caro to use Iheui. "The
only thins I object to," ho Bald, ".
tho method by which they aro.tr) lug
to hold up tho community
Sheldon withdrew his motion to de
fer so us to allow- of extended de
Klco helloed that Iho passago of
tho bill would ensure tlio collection of
sower rules. It would only force user
of tho sower to n.iy their Just debts.
"I am RiirpilM'd that no itinuy kIiouM
ilt.it to support peoplo wl.o will not
GURREY'S WORK SHOP rr
PRINTING, DliVKLOlMNG, 1MCTUKK FRAMING
bright nnd lnturi'stlng an over and
brought ninny new ulimtH Into the
piece. One of the Htliinrtwliis Is now
In tho lcadlni; comedy part nnd Is, it
possible, hotter ndnptcd In Ibis spec
ial bit ot acting than van Teddy Mc
Namarn who took the pnrt when th.i
pay their hnnbst debts. I admit It In
n fine, thing for tho l.iwycis to haw
n lot of litigation" looking nt Long
"but wo want- to collect our bills nnd
collect them quick "
Purlndn asked Hire If he believed
tho hills could ho collected under this
hill, Itlcu suited thill as ho Is not -i
Inwjer, ho wrinld refer the gentleman
to tho rhnlriiiiiu'Ot tho Judiciary Com
mltteo. i&WVl '
I-'urtndo moved to defer nctlnn 10
next Thursday Iho motion carried
and th bill -as deferted
Failure to Concur.
When tliu'llijutn took iu considera
tion of tho Scuato amendment to
Houso lllll 18Shcldnu tin father of
tho hill, p'ropi'ptly moved (hat the
Houso refusef'to concur In Iho amend
ment. As llu "pointed out. tlio Senate
liliiully nUtlflc-J tho Intent of the
Act. Ak originally Introduced, the
mcasuro prold,CjJ, that all doUrlct
magistrates must linve pa-ised ml i-x
mutilation for ndinlmlon -m the bir.
The Idea of tho hill was to cut out 1
lot of tho Incompetent magistrates who
i.ro Igruraui of law, nuer passed an
examination mid iiprci- could pass one.
Hut tho Senato amendment motllflci
these reiiulrenients by p'rovldlng that
only licensed prnctloricru shall be ai
ixilaled district magistrates. This
would allow nil thoro who now luivo
licenses to retain their positions on
Sheldon explained privately that
whllo A. 8. Humphreys was circuit
Judge a largo number of incompetent
even wero appointed district magis
trates, meiely becauso'they happened
to bo members of tho I-ogtsliiture.
They passed no examination nnd wero
liicap-tlilo of passing any. Hut under
tho Senate amendment they could still
retain their placcH under tlio licenses
polnlu I. Ah tho only Intent of Shel
polutd. Ah the only Intuit of Shel
don's bill Is In vacate their places la
order that competent men may bo up
pointed lu their places, ho moed lli.il
Iho House fail to concur lu tho amend
ment1. They voted not to concur, and
a conference. committee consisting of
Sheldon, Douthltt and Kurlado wai
Bills Ma-to Laws.
A roniinuulcutlon fiom Secretin)1
.Molt-Sinllh was road, Informing tho
Houso that tlio (lotcrnnr had Blgned
tho following bills, 'which thus becamu
Houso Dill 27, Act 13, icduclng tho
prlco of tho ltovWed Laws to $5;
Senato lllll 33, Act 14, relating lo
JnstlciH of tho Supremo Court;,
Houso lllll 58, Act 15, minting to
tho Ibsiiuuco of certificates of Hnwall
an birth prima ruclo otldiuco of (he
facts therein stutod before courts und
Houso lllll 09, Act 17, relating to
bonds of public ofllcers,
Conca picscnled a petition signed
hy eight citizens who havo bought
lands at Liialuulel, Wiilamio, Oaliu,
unking that an appropriation of jio,.
000 bo mado for u plpo lino tn supply
water to the homesteaders.
Oahu School Houses.
Cohen was ditched ycstcrdaY In his
effortu to kill tho Immigration bill,
but ho is not discouraged. If ho can't
havo 0110 llilng, ho hopes lo get nil-
One acre of land at Alewa, below
juaa street, ana near the residence
of Hon. John Lane. An ideal place
as residence. Good view, Healthy.
P. E. R. Strauch
WA1TY BLDfJ. 74 S. KING ST.
company wnB-lnst hero. Tho chnnisoi
nro good nnd tho staging of tho opera
perfect. Tho famous Plorodora sex
tot brought many nn cnorp.
This pleeo will bo reiM-atcd for Iho
performances of this week, Including
Iho Suturdny lantlnco.
other. All ho wanted this morning, ns
expresred In n resolution ho Intro
duced, was an appropriation of (I0C,
0C0 for tho construction of new school
houscii on the Island of Oahu, as fol
low h: Kaliuku, 2-room building
13500; Kaliuku, teachers' cottage,
$1800; Knaawa, teacher's cottage
$1800; Kaltiia, 1-riKim school building
$2000; Kaltiia, tenchcii' cottage
$2200; Walpnhu, 2-room uddltlon
$.1500, Kanluwela, 14-rnom scIkkiI
building, $15,000- Mnno.i, 1-rooin
school building. $2500; Mollllll, 2-room
school building, $3000; No'nial school
Fclenro mid laboratory departments.
$S00O; Wnlnlii.i, 4-room school build,
lug, $nsi)0; Wnhlawa, 1-roem school
liulldlng. $1700; Wal.ilce, new ilorml
. Illhhi had 11 resolution to nppropil
ate $2500 for n hospital at Lahaliia.
IllShelumaTTIiod offpfl. tali- .Octlero
Mayor a Flgurehcad
House lllll 125 "Douthltt'H mensuru
amending tho Municipal AC, camo up
oU third reading.
Kamiihu promptly roso to object to
tho clause providing that the power of
appointing I'luployecs shall l:o with
the Hoard of Siiiervlsors. Mo didn't
think nnythiug llko this could he
found In any of tho cities of tlio States
Ho thought It would ho n good Men
If n law wero passed to repeal tho en
tire .Municipal Act, much better than
tn mako tho Mayor a inero figurehead
Knlelopu stated that Kamahu was
mistaken;, tho bill does not make tlio
Mayor n figurehead. "I urn tho mci.i
ber who wanted to mako the Major 0
figurehead and I brought In a bill in
do so. Hut tho Itepiibllcau memlics
objected to this. 1 brought In no
hill to deprlvo tho Mayor of all his
privileges nnd power, but after con
sultation with tho Itopubllcaii mom
lieis, I haxo agreed to let my hill go
and to support this measure, wh'cli
allows tho Miijur to retain rertriln
IHiwer and authority. It la only tight
and proper that he should havo somo
liwer. Hut It Is not proper that a
Ma) fir ot his standard should lower
himself by appointing the laborers o'
tho road department.
Like mocd lo defer action until uf.
teinoon to give him lime to picpuro .111
amendment. The million, however,
was lost, ami Douthltt moved tho bill
pass Its third, reading,
$3000 for Rhodes.
Kama offered nn amendment to
ralso the salary of Iho M'ayoi'a secre
tary, C. L. Ithodcs, In $3000 n year. Ho
must hao had tho wires ciosscn, how
ever, ami somebody gnvo him a hunch,
for he hastily withdrew tho rmend
incut and subsided.
Kanlho Would Fix It.
Kaulho thought the hill a good ono
hut It needed a finishing touch .or
so, Ho offercil a verbal nineudmdnt
under suspension of the rulu-, Tho
ffect of lids was tliut liiote.-.d tf va
cancies lu City and County ..hctho
officers being filled by Iho Hoard of
SuporWbors, Ihcy shall bo filled by
tho Jin) or with the npprnvil of tho
Hoard of Supervisors.
Illco moved tho amendment bo tall
ied. This carried, to Kanlho's su
premo disgust. Tho Kohah states
man therefore ranged himself on tho
other side, ami moved the indeflnlto
postponement of tho bill, which, ho
said, would make tho Maym a morn
figurehead. Thero Is loo much politics
In Iho business of tho City and County
of Honolulu, Kanlho sail o sooner
010 the Supenlsors elected limn they
begin to saci Illco tho good o' the pen
plo tn mo interests of their pnrty
iiinuseu mo jiojuiuiiciin innmocri of
the lloiiho for wlint they arn ilolnc Ii-
icspectlve of patty, but sal-l tho Id-
publican Huuenlsors aro m.ikliur all
hurls or lioulile by plaxliu; ini'lllo,.
"Tlieicrnn.. I aslc )ou not to niiil.o
a flcm ciivaii, u Jumping Jucl, of ihoifor smart functions.
Major not tn put htm In the l-ofltlcnj
of the man we raw In tho moving pic
Hires the othel night, going thiough
theniotlniis of eating pol but getting
nothing If you don't do "9 I ask j
J 011. joit lime rinsed the iiicn lu-artH j
Mm bine shown before Mr dice mid)'
n beautiful speech yestrrda" alriut the 1
gcsise that l.ild the golden eg". I ink
I )ou not to try to kilt the IU oi- n m inM
note iiy using 11 cum. 11 is ocm-t
J 10 lctnnc the fly gently I' doesn't
ihurt the mnn's noe so much "
1'lce pointed out that the clause to
which Kanlho objiete-: in In elteel oil
I Maul, Hawaii and Kauai. Althoirtit
I they have no Mayor, It certainly I
j seemed better lo have viicucUm tlllel
l) seeu Siirervlsnis than ' nan May
nr. He urged tho passaiv nf llie Mil. j
tn straighten nut the 'J.ihu niesu I
"lieiilly." he s?l I. "Wo of .Maul. Ha I
Vail and Kauai have no business in!
the affairs of Honolulu, but we haM'
to come up hero and straighten out j
their nrfnlrs for them."
Sheldon nlso urged the passage of
Iho hill. If thr Honolulu members
w anted tho bill passed, there was nn
reason why the House should not pass
Kanlho iiolnted out that (hero ap
pcared lo bo some friction among tho
Honolulu members. Ho suggested that
tho bill had been brought In by the
Itopuhllcnn members because n man
whom they did not want had been
Kawewehl moved Iho previous ipii'H
tlou, and the bill was put nn Its Haul
passage. The vole stood 19 to 11 In
favor. The bill was passed.
Honolulu Left Out.
Moamiull old"iitly fears that tlio
Honolulu members Intend to kill Nn
kaleka's hill to raise tho pay of road
laborers to $1.50 per. So, to nvold
their opposition, ho Introduced n bill
this morning to make tho pay of road
laborers nut less than $! fill n day
except in tho City und County of II
Kanlho Introduced a resolution for
tho appropriation nf $8000 for tho con
struction of n hospital la Kohala.
II. II. IIS, Caslro, relating to ap
propriations and regulating tho ex
penditure of public money finance.
If. II. It8, 1nig, tn define rights of
warehousemen Promotion Commit
tee. II. II. 121, Caslro, relating to lic
enses Finance Committee.
,11. II. 130, Wnlwalolo, appeal from
8iiperlsors to Supremo Court Mis
H. II. 132, Kurtmlo, City and County
registrars Miscellaneous Committee
II. II, 133, Fiirtndo, County IteglB
trars Miscellaneous Committee'.
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