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EVENING DULLBTIN, HONOUJMJ, T. II., TUESDAY, MAIL 1G, 1909.
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We Are-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 MILIINERY DISPLAY seems assured; the favor
able comment of ladies 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 OAQE AND KEITH HATS at Prices That
Will Prove Attractive.
Silk and Dress Goods
MANY NEW, UP-TO-DATE GOODS FROM THE WORLD'S FASHION
DIRE OTO IRE M E 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 PATT ERNS Only one of a kind.
IS THE FASHION AUTHORITY OF THE WORLD.
S2.80 WORTH FOR S1.50
The DELINEATOR 13 NUMBERS, at 15d S1.80
BUTTERICK FASHIONS 1 ISSUES 25 $1.00
Contains 4 certificates worth GOc in Bnttcrick Patterns
ALL .THIS FOR $1.50. 1
Sachs Dry Goods Co., Ltd.,
CORNER FORT AND BERETANIA STREET. OPPOSITE FIRE STATION
NOTICE OF REDEMPTION OF BONDS OF
HAWAIIAN SUGAR COMPANY.
Wo, tlio undersigned, O. IUW1N nnd R. I. SPALDING, Trustees
under Ueeil of Trust tinted January 21, 1302, mudo by HAWAIIAN SU
UAU COMPANY to tlio undersigned in, Trustees!, hereby give notice to the
bondholders of the Uawntlan Sugur Company of tlio election of bald Com
i:my to icdeeui anil pay, nnd of tlta redemption nnd puyment of the
following numbered bonds of said Company on tlio 1'IItST DAY OF
APKIU 1009, nt tlio olllco of tlio MKitCANTlUJ TUUST COMPANY OK
BAN FRANCISCO In tlio City and County of Snn Francisco, Stuto of Cal
1 CO s 12G 184 210 , 300 332 452
' 3 01 128 185 247 307 390 453
4 03 130 180 24'J 311 393 455
5 72 131 187 251 313 394 467
G 71 132 188 252 318 390 458
12 75 137 189 253 319 397 4G0
13 7,0 , 138 190 255 320 398 401
14 81 139 ' 191 257 321 399 402
17 83 i40 193 258 323 400 465
20 ' 84 141 197 200 324 402 400
21 85 142 199 262 32G 403 407
23 80 143 201 204 329 409 408
24 . 88 145 202 205 333 410 474
25 89 14T 204 266 339 419 475
26 90 149 210 208 340 420 480
28 91 , 150 211 271 341 421 482
2!" " 92 153 214 272 343 424 , 483
30 93' 163 215 273 344 2G 485
33 95 100 216 278 346 429 487
37 . 99 161 213 280 347 430 488
41 ,102 104 222 288 34S 431 489
42 103 106 226 283 351- 432 491
45 101 1C7 ( 228 290 362 433 493
16 106 163 ' 233 291 354 434 494
4S 107 ' 169 234 2!I2 360 433 495
49 109 lift) 235 293 361 440 GOO
50 113 171 237 291 302 442
51 114 172 , 239 298 363 444
60 115. 173 241 2!J9 365 116
67 119 175 242 301 368 !7
68 122 176 243 302 374 448
69 123 183 245 303 375 49
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, for payment of principal and Interest to April 1st ,1909, and surrender
mid bonds nt tlio place and on the data liiBt nbovo mentioned, and that
nfter April 1st, i909, all Interest on said bonds numbered as aforesaid
shall cense .
Honolulu, T. II., February 4,' 1909.
. W. G. IRWIN,
13. I. SPALDING,
Trustees under said Hawaiian Sugar
at the automobiles, buggies and car
riages we have recently overhauled
THEN SEE US.
W. W. Wright Go..
King Street near South
: Tel. 252
dUil d(U 11J
linmla n m. Iiataliu nnllflnfl ... n..,.n(
Company Trust Deed.
BENNY & CO., LTD.,
And Buyers Of
415 Queen St
ilUUdt ALAMlUA Ml!
(Continued from Paaa 11
plnco wlieio they could go to rest after
tliclr nrilwms legislative labors, decid
ing tlio question ninniiatlvcly.
Tlireo bills wcro passed, tliu Intent
of wlilcli Is to put moro responsibility
on tlio counties nnd remove n correa
-ponding nmoutit from tin
Tbu Finance Committee lias taken in
CliariTH tllfl flflVlirnflr'u rfinritiinw.,i.ln.
tlons along this lino nnd tlio tlireo
bills nllmleil to nro In pursuance of
this Idea of Inci casing thu localization
of government. It is bored' that by
loiiowing out tnis plan and by com
bluing certain of tho Tenltorlal de
partments, n confldcrablu t.aIng may
bo effected, bo that the expenditures
for government may bo kept ultliln thu
This nfternoou tho llnnso will io
solve Itself agulu Into Cominlttee of
tho Whole to consider tho Current Kx
penses Appropriation 1)111, known us
Ilonso lllll No, 74, Tho nxo Is being
sharpened and the prediction is made
that It will bo wielded Mgorously.
Shileka of agony from tho desolate
heads of departments will probably
make tho leglslntlo half lescmble a
Castro's lllll. No. 73. to exemnt I ho
family, homestead from forced sale
under execution, passed third reading
without debate, tho vote being unani
mous. Increarlng County Powers.
Hon 1)111 79, Introduced by Moatm
till, giving tho counties the right to es
tablish nnd maintain water mud sower
works, also passed third reading with
out opposition. This opens tho way
to turn over tho Honolulu water und
sewer systems to tho City and County
Hondo 1)111 88, Introduced by Itlco,
which also penults of moro responsi
bility being placed on tho counties,
likewise met with no opposition when
placed on Its final iiassaco. Tim bill
provides that tho counties shall estab-
llslr and maintain their own iiuiilrt
court houses, Jjlls. hospitals, and alms
houses, ami that nfter Jnlv 1. 1'ini Hi,,
present dlstilct co-.ut. J.ills, hospitals
unu nimslioufcs !inll be turned over
to tho coimtlej.
Still another hill tlin Intent nf u-liloli
Is to udd to tho responsibilities of tho
uouniies und dluiliilsh those of tho
Terrltoiy Is Illco's bill, No. 90, prold
Ing that tailors nnd other nrlmm nin.
cors Bhall bo appointed by tho sheriff.!
of tho several counties, subject to tho
nprpovnl of the Iloauls of KimnrviKnr..
OXClTlt US to O.-lhll l.lll in niinni.l.
meut offered by the Judiciary Cm. mill.
leo leaving that under the control of
tho High Sheriff. Tho hill us amend
ed passed by a voto of 22 to 8.
Houso 1)111 96, Introduced by Affon
mi, creating a public park for llllo, was
taken up for third reading. Conea
called attention to tho fuet that Houso
1)111 120 also calls for the" creation of
u park for Hllo. Ho couldn't sco why
a Htnall town llko Hllo needed so many
pnrks. If Hllo wero to get two parks
every tlmo tho Legislature met. Hllo
would soon bo till park ond there
would be no lond left for public build
ings. Kalclopu offered tho brilliant argu
ment that tho Island of Hawaii Is
larger than Oahtt, nnd wouldn't mlsB
nn ncro or two taken out for n park.
Honolulu has moro park acrcago than
Hllo, notwithstanding the fact that
this Island Is smaller than that on
which llllo Is located. This didn't
seem right to tho logical gentleman
from tho Fifth. Ho thought Hllo sure
ly ought to be given u few moro parks.
Also, tho fact that Hllo hits n break
water Boomed to Kalclopu, In Homo
unexplained way, n logical reason Tor
Hllo having u park
Furlado shut off debato by moving
Iho previous question, and tho voto
wus taken on the bill, which passed
without dlsscntln-; voto nnlwlthrtntid
Ing all tho oratory that had been ex
pended, Rubbing It In.
Affonso, howover, was rather rub
blng It In, for tho next bill up for third
leading wits House lllll 120, n!to clout
ing n park for Hllo. Affonso realized
tho absurdity of his position. In view
of tho clrctimstftiiccs, und waived hie
right to talk, In fnor of Kenlawaa.
Tho latter urged the Hoiipo to pass
tho bill, becauso If they did, when they
went to Hllo, they jvould find n good
plnco to rest and puss their time.
Kanlho wnntod to kriW which
would bo more beneficial to open this
land for homestead purposes or to
niuko n partk of It for pcr.plo to hang
around In and do nothing. Kenlawaa
One acr nf ani nf A1i..n 1,1...,
Judd Street, and near the residence
ni iton. John Lane. An ideal place
as residence. Good view. Healthy.
P. E. R. Strauch
WAITY BLDQ. 74 S. KINO ST.
GURREY'S WORK SHOP
PRINTING. DEVELOPING. IMfi'miF? IfHAMiVR
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K Tho following wireless was X
, received this tnoinlng by Mes- t
srs. Win. G Iiwln & Co.. Ltd.. a
X agents S. 8. Alameiln: p
X "March 15850 miles from l
)'' San Francisco nt 8 p. m
it weather." u.
thought It would innlte a letter hang
.out than It wtiu'd lioineeteails. This
argument ro appealed to tho Houso
that It passed the bill.
Stamp Duty Bill.
Coney's stnnip duty lllll, No. 117,
providing that Inurnment not
fctampcdwlthln throe months ufter ex
ecution shall bo Mihlect to n Inn imp
cent penalty, also pawed third read
ing without opposition, us did Knwe
wehl'i lioimd bill. No. 123. pnnidlng
iii.ii uiu loruniaie person who llm
M.mebo,ly'H cow or hone wuuderlng
.... .i i.ii.. i.i.i . .
ulong tho public highway may take
tho unlmnl to the poiunliiini'ter and re
ceive four blls therefor.
Houso Dill 89. Introduced liv Itlcn
was tabled on motion of Its Introducer,
becntlEo Its subject matter Is colored
by Section 17 of House rf:l! 125 Don-
thltt'g bill nmeiiillng the .Municipal
Act, which has iliendy iiassed the
New Enabling Act.
Tho now enabling net, II. H. 1 10, In
troduced by Kulelopu to tuko tho place
of tho ono vetoed by tho novcrnor.
passed second reading, mid for a won
der, with no discussion. Tho bill was
Furtado Sat Upon.
Furtndo Introduced a hill to make
a sixclal appropriation for the election
and construction of u new concrete
court hoiiBo ut Honokaa. Coireu moved
tho bill bo rojected. Insinuating thnt
Furtndo was trying tti take ndvantago
of tlu Legislature and get through a
bill requiring thut tho court Ihuih.. lm
built whether there Is nny money for
It or rot.
Hlc-j seconded Corren'k motion, say
ing such a procedure would nieiol.i
open the door for unlimited expend!
turo of money by special enactment.
Fiulado urge.ih;!! his hill wus ji good
ono. Correa ;s.-lii bo had nothing to
bay about tho subject matter of the
bill, but ho objected to tho motliod
used to try to got tho courthouse. Ku
lelopu, us usual, uroko to n point "M
order, but no attention was paid to
hlui The motion to i eject the hill
was put nnd qiiirlcil,
Shlnglo Inlroduced a rerolutlon au
thorizing nnd directing the Speaker to
scud r. cablegram to Kuhlo ut onco.
urging him to nso every effo.-t in ...
euro nn Import duty of nt ,.,mt six
cents u pound on coffee. The lexolcu
tlon wns adopted.
No Broken Glass.
Tho Health nnd Police Committee
thinks Sheldon'B bill to mnko It nn of
fctfto against tho laws for any ono to
throw glass, old bottles, tucks or scrnn
Iron in the road -where they nro liable
to puncture tho tiro of an automobile,
Is n good ono, und recommended Kg
passage, with nn amendment, however,
striking out tin imprisonment pen
alty. Tho Bnmo committee rcnnrtcil fnvcir.
ably on McCarthy's Senate lllll C3. per
taining to offenses against tho right of
repulturo, mid on Sheldon's antl-gninb-
ling bill, No. 124.
Tho Lands Committee recommended
the passage of Sennto Hill 82, appro
priating S503.1& for tho relief of l.eil
The following Senate Hills came
down from tho upper house and past-ed
men- tirst lending:
H. II. 19, Coellui, relating to licenses
......;..i ;..... " ,r,"""nKi... .:.:,,:::. ... .." "'.h."". .."
(Continued from Pace 1)
id provides (lull nil expenditures oth
ci thun salaries nnd other fixed ehara
es, shall lie paid only on the written
order of u Terrltmlnl Piirrlinlnv
I Agent, to be appointed by the (lov-
VI I1UI .
In examining the uiinald bills fac
ing the Senate, Chad nun
of tho Ways nnd Menus Cominlttee
found that In times past subordinates
have i.i.ul ..rel... .....I ri,i,.l
indebtednesses without nv nnn.ir-
cut authority from department head,
fur so doing '
Furtl.er.nore tho bill will .equl.e
Hint when purchnres mo ...udo there
mtist l, ,ey nvnllablo for the pur-
Tlu. iil.ivUI.,.. i.. n. ,.,ii....i i.m
i''"""'"K "'"tun niao worn ill ine
Hu CmutleH. lho cost of which
. .,.....!.. tr. .. i
exceeds sr,.i must l, done by eon-
truct, advertised nnd awarded the
lowest bidder. The Ways nnd
.Means Committee In Its report,
though it leaves the provision in the
bill, modifies It bo that the matter is
practically up to the Supervisors of
There was considerable discussion
on the bill nnd the amendments when
tho measure enmo tin for second lead-
Ing In tho Sennto this morning. It
wus finally laid over until Saturday
'the eagle eye of Senator Chllllnc.
worth discovered n Joker In Henntnr
Coclhos medicine und surgery bill
this morning. Though the oblect of
tho hill supposedly Is to mako It pos-J
siblc for sufferers In tlm ndvnni-ed
stages of disease to avail themselves
of any method of treatment they may
desire, It was pointed out that one
clause nullified till medical nrnctti-o
safegunrds so fur ns. treating the dis
eases or nstlimn, tuberculosis, and
leprosy is concerned.
Clillllngworth wus very modest ns
ho picked out tho offending section:
"With my limited knowledga of the
law It appears to mo that this nrovl-
slon Is dangerous, and would allow
liny Utld nil to nractlrn fin nullminl.
Ics. consumptlies, or lepers." said hcs
president Smith turned the Chair
over to Vice I'icsldcnt Kuliima and
for hotels, lodging houses, tenement
8. II. 3, Coellin, to authorize tlio
Hoard of .Supervisors of each county
to establish and maintain hospitals.
Affonso Introduced n resolution tn
nppropiiutn Slo.noO for tho completion
of Hllo Jail.
Air Invitation from the Honolulu
Park CommlssloneiH for ih.. Lcutula.
tuio to visit Kaplolanl Perk and teo
what work has been done there dur
ing the past two jears wnn read, and
thu Houso resolved to ucccpt and mnko
tho little trlii noxt Saturday.
A resolution of tho Maul Hoard of
Hlllll!uni-a Ut-ltll Hint ll.n., -
.......... .uu. U.H...J .1,11. iiivj UIU llll-
alterably opposed' o Walwalolo's bill
changing tho dnto of meeting of the
Maul county duds was read, hut It
enmo too lato, Walwalolo's bill liavlns
already pnsscil tho Houso and gone to
tho Senate. The resolution was ae.
cording!)- tabled, us were tho othet
resolutions of tho Mnul SiiiiorvlKiira.
nil of which were reported In tho I) n 1
lot I ii lust week. Those affecting
bills yet unconsidered wllfbo taken up
wun tlio hills with which they have to
II. 11. 139, Kuinnnoulii, tn tax sugar
i cents a ton to create n snoclal fund
for the education of youths nt llm
plantation kchools Kdiic-itloual Com-
and Smoked Fish
of every variety in tins
spoke ngnlnst Ihe hill ns presented.
He continued the legal oiiliilim whiiii
.C'lillllngworlh hud to modest!) ud-
wtneed. lie. then moed that iiillun
tn the hill bo deferred until the Sen
flots could llnd more time to study
its iiovlnloiirti Ills motion picvnlleu.
the bill lies over until Saturday ncit
Veto Is Sustained
lly ii vote of 9 to 6 the Governor s
veto of the Enabling Act wns sus
tained. When the veto message wmq
brought up for uctlon, (Juliin moved
Hint It I... o. ...... I.....I n-i . ..
...... .. wv nM3iuiiii-ii. i uuru wns no j
, " "' '",?" ",,n,',fh1nl "
' '" ,ni,s "Vcr t,lc vel" ot '" "v-
wcoiiil. .Mlilicliatl moi oil that the
"""r. ni,a JlcVdtU"r "nn,,e, lho
Z ,. " tn wn, , P . '"V ""
,"'e fcenute wci;t on lecord ns follows:
I .1 l II J f Vli.Tlili II .. .... .. t. .-.. .. m
Cnifh M,, n u- , "'
n" ?' ' n!"?" ' U,,,U, !?,-
", '' . ,"' l1,ln"" '' f
elillil. Kuliiliia, Kiiudseii (juliin, Itolt-
wi visit Pari:
,. , ..,..,',, f ,. .. . ,
, '," i" ,X ,, I ., ',
' ,,rk Association, asking the mem-
e tn visit ICaulotanl
IMrk to Investigate the work done
during tho past )e.ir, wns accepted
and tho President of the Senate was
authorized to mako noiusj,ary nr
inngcnlents. Surety Company Enouch
1.1111.. lllll V,. r-l .......l.li
- - " '". . I'luiiuiiii; iiiai
u surety company shall be sutlieletit
bond In liquor cases, passiM tiilrd
leading by tho following vote of
nyes and noes: Ayes linker,
Hiown, Clillllngworth, Coelho, llai
ley, Mnkckau, McCarthy, .Moore,
Qulnn, Hoblnson, Woods. Noes
Fulrchlld, Knlamn, Knudscn, Presi
dent. Inside Bail
Former Senator Schmidt entered
tho chnmber and took a ?oat In tho
tear of the hall. Piesldent Smith
espied him und sent thu mcHHcnirni- In
conduct him Inside the railing.
bennto lllll No. CI. vallilntlnn llm
charters of lailwav ronnianlfu mul
other corporations, passed third rend
ing by unanimous consent.
Bcadinp; Not a Beadinp
A rather extraordinary linn nf urn.
teduro whs followed with House lllll
In that It passed third rendlnc
without being read.
aenntor coelho Introduced n bill
prohibiting the sale or usu of onlntn
Tho bill passed llrft reading nnd w.u
lefcried to the Printing Committee
bennte lllll No. (is. regulating the
terniH of the Clicult Court, n.-used
second reading without opposition, i
Senator Clillllngworth's bill. No.
!'S, to etsublbili u school savlnirs
bank, wns icferred to tho Committee
Senate lllll 100. relatinirn the
statute of limitations, went to tho
Senate Hill 99. regulation nf ilnlr.
Irs. to Public Health Committee.
Senate lllll 92. nrovlilltic for tlin
filing of plans nnd surveis. uns-ed
Sennto Hill 93. relatlnc to tlin Urn
of District Court Judgments, passed
Tho following bills rccelied soronil
leading by tltlo and wero referred
Sennto lllll 9C. tltlo In trust coin.
panics. Judiciary: Senate lllll 97. .in.
dietary: House Hill GS. Indeiormtimi
sentences. Judiciary: Houso lllll 102.
Judlclury Committee; Houso Hill 119,
Judiciary; Houso Hill 126, preferred
.Houso Hill 92, relating to procur
ers, passed second rending.
Gluseppl Pin Is held for trhil nn
chargo of criminally assaulting Miss
drapes In San Itafael.
A-coin-cited kicker is tho
hcjt sort of an advertisement
r.nd wo are ready to convert
you. Our service is so good
these days that we t;ct rid of
kickers ns rapidly as they
npp:.tr ly showing thcr.i tho
qualities of a az stove. Come
down and he converted if you
are a kicker.
Honolulu Gas Co.,
FRANK DEI5TH F
tNGRAVCR and ELECTPOTYPCR
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ALAKEA AlID MERCHANT
Brown & Lyon Co.,
Ifou Want Electric Wiring Done or
Private Telephone Installed or Drj
Eatteries. call the
UNION ELECTRIC CO.,
Harrison' Block. Phone 315.
Chas. R. Frazier
fhonc 371. 122 KitiR St.
Everything that the Name Implies!
Office Supply Co.,Lfd,
031 FORT ST.
P. II. BURNETTE
Attorney-at-Law far the Distriot
Court j ; Notary Publio; Draws
Mortjraircs, Deeds, Bills of Sale,
leases, Wills, etc.; Agent to Ornnt'
70 MEnnrrATiT rt
HONOLULU. PHONE 310
Solar Heaters. 30 to 100 imiinn M.
oacitv. Galv. Tanks. 5 enlln'n tn Krtn
gallon capacity. French ItanKcs, siz
es 4 ft. to 10 ft., for hriele i-Mtinir
Ranjro closets nnd scats suitable for
use in schools or plantations. Sheet
Mcal Work and Plumbing.Estimatcs,
Tobbiv uromctlv executed.
EMMELUTn & CO.. LTD.
TEL. 211. 145 KING- ST.
SQS'For Rent" cards on sale at
'he Bulletin office.
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