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nVENlNQ nTJU.ETIN, HONOMJI.U, T. II MONDAY, MAItCII IS, 1009.
We Arc Ready For
EVERY DEPARTMENT is filling up with New
Fresh Merchandise Goods that are the very
latest in Style, Material and design, and
The success of our MILLINERY DISPLAY seems assured: the favor
able comment of ladles who have visited this department daily indicates
that the Moderate Prices and Individuality of Style that characterize it
have appealed to the public.
- This coming week, we shall show many new models, some our own
creations, and many conies of GAGE AND KEITH HATS at Prices That
Will Prove Attractive. ,
Silk and Dress Goods
MANY NEW, UP-TO-DATE GOODS FROM THE WORLD'S FASHION
DIRECTOIRE ME S S A L I N E Black, white, and
leading colors, at 85 yard.
NEW DRESS SILKS In suit patterns, new and pretty
designs, latest colorings, no two alike.
SILK WAIST PATTERNS Only one of a kind.
IS THE FASHION AUTHORITY OF THE WORLD.
$2.80 WORTH FOR $1.50
The DELINEATOR 12 NUMBERS, at 15i 91.80
BUTTERICK FASHIONS 4 ISSUES 25 , $1.00
'Contains 4 certificates worth GOo in Butterick Patterns "'". ,
ALL .THIS FOR $1.50. t ,
Sachs Dry Goods Co,, Ltd.,
CORNER FORT AND BERETANIA STREET. OPPOSITE FIRE STATION
NOTICE OF REDEMPTION OF BONDS OF
HAWAIIAN SUGAR COMPANY.
We. thg undorslgand, W. d. IRWIN and B. I. SPALDING. Truatces
under Deed of Twit dated January 24, 1902, made by HAWAIIAN SU
GAR COMPANY to the undersigned its Trustees, hereby give notice to tha
bondholders of the Hawaiian Sugar Company of the election of said Com
pany to redeem and pay, and of the redemption and payment of the
following numbered bonds of said Company on tho FIKST DAY OF
APRIL, 1909. at the omco of the MKKCANTIM2 TRUST COMPANY OK
SAN FRANCISCO In the City and County of San Francisco, State of Cal
1 60 125 1S4 24G 30G 3S2 452
3 " 61 128 185 247 307 390 453
4 G5 130 ISC 249 311 393 455
C i 72 131 187 251 313 394 457
' 0 ,74 132 188 252 318 396 458
12 7G ' 137 189 253 319 397 460
13 76 , 13$ 190 255 320 39S 461
14 81 139 191 257 321 399 462
17 83 140 193 258 323 400 45
20 84 141 197 260 324 402 406
21 85 142 199 262 32C 403 467
23 86 143 201 2C4 329 409 468
24. 88 145 202 265 333 410 474
'25 89 147 204 266 339 419 475
26 90 149 210 268 340 420 480
28 91 150 211 271 341 421 482
.29 02 153 214 272 343 424 483
30' . 93 15n 215 273 344 420 485
33 95 160 216 278 345 429 487
37 99 161 218 280 347 430 488
41 102 164 222 288 348 431 489
42 103 ,166 226 289 351 432 491
46 104 167 228 290 352 433 493
46 106 168 233 291 354 434 494
48 107 169 234 292 360 438 495
49 109 170 235 293 361 440 500
50 113 111 237 294 362 442
E.4 114 172 239 298 363 444
OC 11G 173 241 299 365 445
67 119 175 242 301 368 447
58 122 176 243 302 374 448
'C9 123 183 245 303 375 449
The holders of above numbered bonds are hereby notified to present
for payment of principal and Interest to April 1st ,1909, and surrender
said bonds at the place and on the date last above mentioned, and that
after April 1st, 1909, all interest on said bonds numbered Sfs aforesaid
sliall cease .
Honolulu, T. II., February 4, 1909. 1
;' . , W. G. IRWIN.
;. j . 1 ' E. I. 8PALDINO,
7 . ' , y ' 1 1 Trustees under said Hawaiian Sugar
Company Trust Deed.
,tt the automobiles, buggies and car
ridges we have recently overhauled
W. W. Wright Go,
King Street near South I
E Tel. 252
BENNY & CO, LTD.,
And Buyers Of
415 Queen St. 1 u Phone 443.
Takes Rap At Marston
Sampbell By Killing
MEASURE TO END QUICK
DIVORCE PASSES 24 TO 4
Kaleiopu Introduces Resolution To
Exclude Lobbyists From Floor
of the Legislative
The House swallowed the Governor's
veto of tho "enabling act" to pay both
sets of road laborers. It took several
hard gulps to get It down, Init It went,
and the Houso tried to look nn If It
liked It. Of courso, tho matter was all
arranged last Saturday at tho meeting
of tho Speaker's "cabinet," which de
cided that tha Houro should Bimtaln
tho veto, and that nnothcr bill should
bo prepared and Introduced, providing
for tho pay of tho men who actually
did tho work, that Is, of tho Supervise
orlal appointees. .
This bill was drawn up and was In
troduced by Kaleiopu Then consider
ation of tho veto was taken up. Ka
nllio, of course, who has a very worm
sM)t In his heart for all Job chasers,
wnnted tho House to override tho veto,
but his windy oration win as clfcctlvi
ugalnst the determination of the
Speaker's Cabinet ns the whistling of
tho wind In Kolmln.
Douthltt mocd tho veto l sus
tained, and Sheldon svcoii'lcd tho mo
tion, Dan Kurnahu object ei' Btrenuoils
ly, and naively wanted not only t-i
override tho veto but to add a few
amendments to tho vetoed bill some
thing now In parliamentary procedure.
Kaleiopu mild tbcro had been too
many amendments alrcudv. The Houso
ItHclf was to blamo for the bill being
Rico called attention to tho fact that
tho Senate Is responsibly for all tho
trouble, that body having tacked on
tho amendment that'klllei! the bill.
Nawahlno became Intensely excited
and pounded his desk until ho nearly
split It, trying to persuade, tho House
to override tho veto.
Kawchehl, Kamanoulu, Kelvlopu
and Llko all took tho chnnco to In
dulge In oratorical fireworks, but the
previous question shut off debuto at
tho end of an hour and tho motion to
overrldo tho veto was put. It was de
feated by a votb of 21 to 7. Tho veto
Thoso who voted to override tho voto
wcro Furtado, Kamahu,,K.itilho, Kea
lawaa. Rice, Nawnhlna and Hlhlo.
Pau Quick Divorce.
Senate. DIM 52, the dlvorro bill, the
Intent of which Is to dtscourago the
divorce habit in tho Territory, passed
third leading by a voto of 24 to 4. Tho
enactment of this bill into a law will
put an end to tho hurry-up granting of
divorces that has become mora prova
lent In Hawaii than anynhero clso In
tho United States.
Benzine Buggy House.
Houto 1)111 119, Carley's bill to de
fine tho word "garage" as a station, re
pository, stnrngo room or repair Bhop
for automobiles, was unanimously
passed, though Its author was nbscnt.
Ono moro load of uncertainty Is thus
Shlnglo's bill, II. D. 102, providing
for summons by publication, passed
final reading by a voto of 27 to 1.
Tho Houso on unanimous voto
passed on third reading Houso Dill
126, Introduced by Douthltt, providing
that corporations may create two or
moro classes of stock by a voto of
three-fourths of all their stock, or If
two or moro classes of stock havo
been Issued, of three-fourths of each
class of stock outstanding and entitled
Senate 1)111 4, providing for bien
nial reports by counties to tho Legis
lature, did not provo to bo n very pop
ular measure, but tho opposition to It
was not very vigorous and It got
through third roadlng by a voto of 19
Corroa presented n petition Blgncd
One acre of land at Alewa, below
Judd Street, and near the residence
of Hon. John Lane. An ideal place
as residence. Oood view. Healthy.
P. E. R. Strauch
WAITY BLD0. 74 S. KINO ST.
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GURREY'S WORK SHOP
PRINTING, DEVELOPING, PICTURE FRAMING
by residents of Palatini, nsklng the
Legislature to impropriate 1 0,000 for
tho extension t Pua Lane to School
H. II, 175, Monnault, making pay of
road laborers, except In Honolulu,
$1.50 n day Miscellany Committee.
II. 11. 136, Cohen, raising Income
tnx exemption to $1500 Finance
II. U. 128, Castro, to provide for
caro of public, servants, Injured In dis
charge of their duty Judlclnry Com
mittee. No bill that bears any of the ear
marks denoting that It has come from
tho omco of Superintendent Marston
Campbell stands much chancn In tho
Houso. Tho honorable Representa
tives are attor Campbell's scalp, and
meantime they arc ntnurtiiK them
selves by pulling out one hair at .i
. Campbell's threo bills relating to
tho Honolulu water and sewer sys
tems, all Introduced by Coney, wcro
Joyously tabled this morning nn rec
ommendation of tho Judiciary Com
mittee, on 'the pretext that they would
Inflict hardship on the poor. Tho
hardship that would bo Inflicted by the
passago of tho bills 'would be the re
quirement that pcoplo pay their Just
debts owing to tha city nnd county for
water and sewer service. Hills 110
and 111 constituted water and sewer
rates a prior Hen on property, wlillo
Houso Dill 71 provided for tho Instal
lation of a meter system in connection
with tho water works.
A Mil was Introduced Imposing a
tax of 25 cents a ton on all sugar man
ufactured In the Territory to provide a
special fund for the purpose of i-du
eating tho youths In the (Internment
kchools which nro or may hereafter bo
situated In or near the sugar planta
tions ur mills from which the tue-
are to bo collected. This embodies the
often expressed Idea that the planta
tions ought to bo required to maintain
their own schools, but It promises that
Instead of doing so voluntarily, they
shall bo taxed' to ralsu the necessary
t Tho Judiciary Commltteo reported
on Corrca's bill, No. 73, to provide for
the exemption of the family homestead
from forced salo, recommending Its
passago with ono or two slight amend
ments. The present 'statute, which
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A BUSINESS MAN of this city recently said, and
evidently was sincere in saying it,-" Advertis
ing doesn't do my business any good; but, if
I don't advertise, I lose business."
That statement calls for no comment. Yet it
shows the attitude of the man perfectly. He docs
not understand advertising. He expects a direct and
immediate return for every dollar spent.
Advertising has a stronger and subtler hold upon
the public than would be manifested in that way.
Often the ad makes merely an impression some
times a scarcely perceptible impression.
To illustrate: An ad in Smith's newspaper says,
"JONES COLLARS NEVER CRACK."
Does Smith immediately rush to JONES' and
buy a dozen collars? Of course not. He merely
smiles in a superior way.
But Smith sees the ad next day, and the next
He begins to think, "I wonder' if they DO crack?"
Then, one day, a bunch of collars comes from the
pake, all cracked at the edges. Smith throws them
in the waste basket; Smith says things;
AND SMITH GOES TO JONES' ,AND BUYS
The Chas. R. Frazier Co.,
122 King Street
V jW 2JBP""For Rent" cards on talo at I j
. (ho Uullclln office. f i
SENATE TELLS WHAT
$8320 55 Has Been Spent
By Upper Chamber
WILL GET INCREASE
Many Bills Pajs Third Readings,
Bishop Estate Is Reimbursed
and Boarding Camp Meas
ure Is Passed
Senator Drown is out nftcr the fes
tive disease hug, which Inhabits milk
and cream not handled in tho most
careful manner. At this morning's
session, ho introduced a bill provid
ing for the sanitary regulation of
dairies, nnd nil other establishments
handling milk, cream, butter, etc.
The hill was ordered printed.
Senntqr Chllllngwortli wants
school children to put nsldo their
pennies Instead of Investing them In
lolly-pops nnd other dainties dear to
tha childish heart. With tho view
to turning the school children of tho
Territory Into youthful financiers, ho
HiIh morning Introduced a bill Into
tho Senate entitled "An Act to Ku
cottrago Saving Among School Chil
dren." The bill went to the Print
A lengthy report from tho Treas
urer, listing tho delinquent taxes and
explaining why they llava not been
collected, wns, on motion of Senator
Kniidscn, referred to the Printing
Senator McCarthy, chairman of the
Special Commltteo on Elections, re
ported that his committee hud care
fully examined Hcnnte Hill No. 8
(.'liillluguorth'M dliect pihnnry law
and lecomincnded that It be taken up
by the .Senate sitting In Committee
of the Whole this afternoon.
McCarthy explained that tha bill
was drawn by Judge Whitney nnd
that this nfternoon tho draughter
would be able to be present.
The report wns adopted.
$1800. For Rhodes
Tho Major's secretary will receive
$1800 n jenr out of the Treasury, If
the Sennte has nn thing to sny nbout
It. Senate Mill No. S5, providing the
Increase for the Major's factotum,
passed third rending unanimously
without rumment this morning.
Senate lllll No. 3, giving County
Hoards of Supervisors the power to
establish and maintain hospitals, pais
cd third reading.
Other hills which passed their final
Semite lllll 19, lodging house li
censes; Senate lllll 68, property ex
empt from taxation; Sennte lllll 88,
mechanics' liens; Houso lllll 15, sup.
port of families pending settlement
of estates, House lllll 17, regarding
shops and factories.
Senate lllll 63, appropriating $83,
G13.09 to pay additional expenses for
current biennial period, passed third
Senate lllll 71, appropriating mon
ey to pay the trustees of the lluinlie
Paunhi lllshop Kstute for certain
lands wrongfully nlloted to settlers
for homesteads, was brought up fur
Chllllngwortli wanted- to know on
vhnt basis the money to ba passed to
the Hstatc had been computed. Co
clhn explained that the money asked
wns Just whnt tho homesteaders paid
the (loveinment. The claim was
Cost of Law-Making
Qiilnn, Tor the Accounts Commit-,
tee, reported Hint, up to date, tho,
Sennte session has cost $(1320.65. Of,
this money $3282.23 came out of tho
Territorial appropriation and $4238.
22 out of the I'Vderul appropriation.
Senate lllll No. CI, validating tha
charters of certain railway companies
which havo been invalidated by n
Supr'ino Court decision, and nlso vat-
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A converted kicker is the
lest sort of an advertisement
and we are ready to convert
you. Our sen-ice is to cowl
these days that vc get rid of
kickers as rapidly as llicy
appear by showing them the
qualities of a gas stove. Come
down and be converted if you
are a kicker.
Honolulu Gas Co., jj
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ENGRAVER and ELECTROTYPER
ntrill4 M20'241MRtnU DtVt COtO
ALAKEA AND MERCHANT
Brown & Lyon Co.
You Want Electric Wiring Done or
Private Telephone Installed or Dry
Catteries, call the
UNION ELECTRIC CO.,
Harrison Block. Phono 315.
Chas. R, Frazier
fhone 371. 122 King St.
Everything that the Name Implies.
Office Supply Co.,Ud.
031 FORT 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.
Solar Heaters, 30 to 100 gallon ca
oocity. Galv. Tanks, 5 gallon to S00
gallon capacity. French Ranges, siz
es 4 ft. to 10 ft., for brick setting.
Range closets ami seats suitable for
use in schools or plantations. Sheet
Meal Work and Flumbing.Estimatcs,
Jobbing promptly executed.
EMMELUTH & CO.. LTD.
TEL. 211. 145 KINO ST.
Jobbing proraptlv executed. i
EMMELUTH & CO.. LTD. V
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