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; - EVENtSOnULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. IF., WKUNKdDAY, MAlt. 17, 1909
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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 commcntVif 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 cooies of OAOE 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 MES SALINE Black, white, and
leading colors, at SS(t 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.
S2.80 WORTH FOR 91.50
The DELINEATOR 12 NUMBERS, at 15d S1.80
BUTTERICK FASHIONS 1 ISSUES 25 $1.00
. x ,?2.80
Contains 4 certificates worth 60c in Butterick Patterns
ALL .THIS FOR $1.50. , ";.
Sachs Dry Goods Co., Ltd.,
CORNER FORT AND BERETANIA STREET. OPPOSITE FIRE STATION,
NOTICE OF REDEMPTION OF BONDS OF
HAWAIIAN SUQAR COMPANY.
Wc, Hie undersigned, W. 0. IRWIN nntl K. I. Sl'ALDINO, Trustees
ur.tlor Uced of Trust dated Jnnuary 21, 1902, mudo by HAWAIIAN SU
RAH COMPANY to the undersigned m, Trustees, hereby Rive notice to tha
bondholder!) of tlio Hawaiian Sugar Company of tha election of said Com
pany to redeem and pay, nnd of the redemption and payment of the
following numbered bonds of said Company on the FIRST DAY OP
AI'ltIL, 1909, at the offlcc of the MKHCANTII.K TRUST CO.MIUNY OP
SAN FRANCISCO in the City and County of San Francisco, State of Cal
llonds numbered: .
1 CO 12.r 181 2I)', ' 30G 382 4(j2
3 Gl 128 1S5 247 307 390 453
4 "' GG 130 1SG 249 3J1 393 465
fi- 72 131 187 251 313 391 457
G 71 132 18S 252 318 39G 458
12 "75 137 189 . 253 319 397 4G0
13 7G , 138 190 255 320 S98 4G1
It 81 139 191 257 321' 399 462
17 83' 140 193 258 323 400 465
20 84 141 197 200 '324 402 4G6
21 . S5 142 199 2G2 32G 403 4G7
23 SO 143 201 , 2G4 329 409 4G8
21 88 145 202 2G5 333 410 474
25 89 147 204 2fiG 339 , 419 475
G 90 119 210 2U8 340 420 480
28 t lfiO 211 271 341 421 482
29 92 153 211 272 343 424 483
20 93 153 215 273 314 42G 485
23 96 1G0 21G 278 245 429 487
37 99 1G1 218 280 347 430 488
41 ' 102 161 222 288 348 431 489
42 103 100 2?h 289 351 , 432, 491
45 104 1G7 22S 290 '352 433 493
40 100 1GS 233 291 354 431 494
(8 107 1G9 234 292 3G0 438 495
49 109 170 235 293 301 440 COO
50 113 171 237 291 302 442
54 114 172 239 298 303 444
50 115 173 241 299 303 413
IW 119 175 242 301 308 47'
58 122 - 17G 243 302 374 448
59 123 183 245 303 .375 149
The holders of above numbered bonds are hereby notified to present
for payment of principal nnd intercut to April 1st ,1909, nnd surrender
snld bonds nt the place, and on the dafo last above mentioned, and that
nfter April 1st, 1909, all Interest on Bald bonds numbered as aforesaid
shall cease .
Honolulu, T. H February 4, 1909.
W. 0. IRWIN,
13. I. Sl'ALDINO,
Trustees under said Hawaiian Sugar
Company Trust Deed.
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at the automobiles, buggies and car
riages we have recently overhauled
THEN SEE US.
W. W. Wright Co..
King Street near South
I Tel. 252
BENNY & CO., LTD.,
And Buyers Of
JAPANESE PLAN TO
Public Meeting Is Held
And Money is
At the conference of the .Inpnneso
residents, held last night in the Jap
anese school-house on Nuuanu street,
it wns decided to raise n fund of
$1000 or more for tho entertainment
mid reception of tlje officers nnd men
of the J n pan esc cruisers Soya and
'Aso, duo to arrive here April 1. Tho
conference lasted nbout three hoius.
Daylight fireworks will bo dlH
churged as soon as tho cruisers ar
rive off port. The i crept Ion com
mittee, accompanied by sampans dec
crated with Japanese lings, will go
nut In launches to meet the crulscis.
Tha Hawaiian Hand will possibly ba
nsKcil to accompany tho committee
to piny .In honor ot Admiral Ichljl
and the officers.
Tho conference was a representa
tive one, almost every Japanese asso
ciation being represented. A com
mittee of nine wns nppolnted to
make preparation for the arrival and
reception of the, officers nnd men.
Tho committeemen nru Mr. Taklcdn,
manngcr Yokohama Specie Ilanl;;.lt.
Aral of Ilnmnno & Co., D. Yonckiira,
piesldcnt Jupnncso Merchants' Asso
ciation; Mr. Yamnshlro, Dr. Hnlila,
Messrs. Mnklno, Tnkahnshl, Mntsit
inoto, Fujikawa, ami Nnkushlma.
Dr. Kntsuniinm nnd Hamamura
were elected chairman anil secretary
Proposed Legislation Is
The W. C. T. U. of Hawaii has tnk
en a determined stand ugnlnst tho
proposed raising of the school ago to
eight years, and also against tho re
duction of teachers' salaries.
Tho following petition wns pre
sented in the House by Representa
Wo, tho undersigned, respectfully
petition and ask;
Flist:Thnt any bill shortening
tho compulsory school age ot tho
children of this Territory bo not
Second: Legislative nctlon tending
to reduco school appropriations, lo
wlt: the lowering of tenchers' salar
ies, or tho failure to provide accom
modations for children of school age,
bo considered n mennre to the wel
fare of tho citizens of this Territory.
Tho statistics of tho public schools
of nil lands show;
First That thore is n direct ratio
between crime nnd education. Re
duction of tho public school Is Inev
itably followed by the' expansion of
the prison and tho poor-house.
Second Thnt social progress nnd
political welfare both stand In a di
rect ratio to tho length of tho- school
life of tho child, and to tho efficiency
of the school system.
(Signed on behalf of tho
Woman's Christian Tom- '
MARY S. WHITNKY,
FLORKNCi: R. YARROW,
PHILIP FREAR NOW IS
I'lilllp F. Frtar wns this morning
confirmed by the Senate ns a member
of tho Hoard of Dental Kxamln6rs.
Ills name was presented In n special
message fiom tho Coventor shortly
after tho sebslon opened.
Senator Fulrchlld, In moving tho
lonflimutlou of Dr. Ficnr, stated
that heretofore till of tho (lovcrnor's
appointments had been laid on tho
lalilo to await future action. In this
ruse, however, ho was Informed that
tho work of tho Ilo.ud was being
hold up because tho members could
not act while u vacancy existed. Ah
theio wore many applicants for li
censes to practlco dentistry, ho mov
ed that tho appointment ba confli til
ed on tho spot.
Tho appointment was unanimously
BASIS OP NEW FINANCE SCHEME
Of Various Government Revenues Derived From the Several Counties for the Biennial Period Beeinnine Julv
1st, 1903, and Ending on June 30th, 190S.
Fines and Costs, District Courts.
Water Works ,
Sowerngo . .
Wharfage and l'llotago . . . . i . . .
Kerosene Storngc ",,
li:t,7,ll.8n .in, 407.04
Oil, 371. 88
002,724.05 $121,020.39 1 72.fl18.7S 43,079.31 S 900.043.10
947.SC4.82 $347,187.77 $207,730.01 $211,050.81 $3.019.272. S I
991,974.75 303,859.21 231,085.10 197,920.31 . . .'
Totals...' $1.939.S39.57 $711,04C.9S $559,415.11 $408,971.15 $
.. $2,002,504.22 $S32,007.37 $032,113:1.92 $ I.-.2.C50. 19 $4,519,310.00
Salt and Smoked Fish
Jish of every variety in tins
Henry May & Co.,
Some Queer Ideas About
A BUSINESS MAN of this city recently said, and
evidently was sine'ere 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 does
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 ONES' 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. Sniith throws them
in the waste basket; Smith says things; '
AN.D SMITH GOES TO JONES' AND BUYS
The Chas. -R. Frazier Co.,
i'2 2 King Street Ihonc37i
AMEND LAND LAWS
Kuhio Writes Congress
Wants To Hear From
People Of Hawaii
In n"cordntiio with tin- iml on.i,
nt a resolution Introdiuxl In liuil'h
lit. Speaker Holsteln V d. v aft
ernoon unpointed a coniimu.e con
sisting of flout hi tt, Castici. .ii I Ka
li'lopii to prepare, a Mil io,.ung tha
upporedlv neesary amendim-n's to
Ilnwnll's lurid laws.
This nctlon, whlih migiit appear
rer.l peculiar in view nf the fact
Hint tho Legislature or .Hawaii lie
no power to amend the land Hwn,
was token us the result of n I'ntit-
cct meeting" held at nm t wlilci
vvno road n letter from 1) le ,t. Ku
hio. advising the Legisiatum tint
there Ii no ixrailble elmiue for tlio
lonslderntlon hj Conn en of tluv-
I'rimr Prcni's hill lo iiii.md iliu Or
rnnlc Act. .
Mr. Caxtrn offered a resolution
iskltiK Kuhlo to hum hum., nnd a il
ea r hefoio the. IBlulalui,. to ndvino
its members legnrdlng I lip proposed
tcKlslntliin rolntlvu to chuiiglug tlio
Cnieinor 1'ienr. Judging from hia
allllude, taken no Html, In the state
ment Hint Congress has determined
to Ignore his bUI mm n.'ing tho Or
Kiililc Act. ,
A converted kicker is the
best sort of an advertisement
and we are ready to convert
you. Our service is so good
these days that we get rid ct
kickers as rapidly as they
appear by showing them tha
qualities of a gas stove. Come
down and be converted if ycu
arc n kicker.
Honolulu Gas Co.,
ALAKEA AND MERCHANT
Brown & Lyou Co.
Vou Want Electric' Wiring Done or
Private Telephone Installed or Dry
Catteries, call the
UNION ELECTRIC CO.,
Harrison Block. Phone 315.
Clias. R. ITraziev
Atone 371. 122 King St.
Everything that the Name Impliej.
Office Supply Co.,Ud.
2)F- BULLETIN ADS PAY -Q
.. " v .c .. .
415 Queen St.
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