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EVENING- nULlfeTlR.'HONOLtJLtJ, T. It., THURSDAY, MAR. 18, 1&09.
R. fe G. Corsets
bring out the natural beauty
of the figure. Every one is a
model of stylish taste and ar
We haye all the new models
at New York prices, and we
readily guarantee the fit and
wearing qualities of these
Prices range from 50c to
$3.00 a pair.
allow free action of
the lungs, at the
snmc time giving the
desired restraint to
Bring the weight
of the clothing u?on
the shoulders, sup
port the back, abdo
men, and waist,
beautify the form,
and give perfect
Ferris Waists are
of all shapes neces
sary to properly fit
all classes of figures
at all ages from
Comfortable as an
undervest, yet hold
ing the figure in
beautiful, 'easy, and
1 & if
Style 227. 75 cents.
Young Indies 12 lo !7yrs.
Duttonc J front. I .ncril bade
Sizes 19 to :S Indies.
.Wlilto and Dub.
Sachs Dry Goods Co., Ltd.,
CORNER FORT AND BERETANIA STREET. OPPOSITE FIRE STATION
NOTICE OF REDEMPTION OF BONDS OF
HAWAIIAN SUOAR COMPANY.
We. tho undersigned, W. O. IllWIX nnd K. I. Bl'AUJINO, Trustees
under Deed of Trust dated January 21, 1902, inado by HAWAIIAN 8U
CJAH COMPANY to tho undersigned nt, Trustees, hereby give notice to tho
bondholdcts of tho Hawaiian Sugar Ci.mpnny of tho election of said Com
pany to redeem nnd pay, nnd of thg redemption and payment of tho
following numbered bonds of Bald Company on tho I'lllST DAY OK
APRIL, 1309, nt tho ofllco of tho Mi:itCANTII.K TRUST COMPANY OP
SAN FRANCISCO In tho City nnd County of San 1'rnnclsco, Stato of Cal-i
1 CO 125 184 216 ' 300 3S2 4C2
3 CI 128 185 247 3P7 390 453
4 G5 130 18G 249 ' 311 393 455
C 72 131 187 251 313 394 457
C 71 132 188 252 318 39C 458
! 75 137 189 253 319 397 4G0
13 7C 13S 190 2G5 320 398 4C1
H 81 139 191 257 321 399 402
17 '83 140 193 25S 323 400 405
20 84 141 197 200 321 402 400
l 85 142 199' 202 320 403 407
23 80 113 201 204 329' 409 408
21 88 115 202 205 333 410 474
2r, 89 1IT 201 aCC 339 419 475
2C 90 119 210 208 310 420 480
2S 91 150 211 ' 271 311 421 482
2!) 92 153, 211 272 -343 421 483
;;0 93 15a 215 273 341 2G 485
33. 95 100 210 278 315 429 487
37 99 101 218 280 347 430 488
41 02 ICt 222 28S 318 431 489
42 103 1C0 220 2S9 351 432 491
4B 101 107 228, 290 352 433 493
4C 100 108 233 291 351 "431 494
8 107 109 231 292 300 438 495
4) 109 170 235 293 301 440 500
CO 113 171 237 294 302 442
r,4 114 172 239 298 303 44 1
CO 115 173 211 299 305 4 15
C7 119 175 242 301 308 14T
r,8 122 170 243 302 374 448
C9 123 183 245 303 375 449
Tim holders of nbovo numbered
for payment of principal and Interest to April 1st ,l'909, and surrender
hnldibouds nt tho placo nnd on tho date last nbovo mentioned, nnd that
after April 1st, 1909, nil Interest on said bonds numbored as ntoresald
Khali censo .
Honolulu, T. H February 4, 1909. '
r. W. O. IRWIN,
"- K. I. SPAI.DINO,
' ' 1 Trustees under said Hawaiian Sugar
Company Trust Deed.
usi; a 'J-
at the autoraouilei, buRgies and car
riaRe3 we have recently overhauled
THEN SEE US.
W. W. Wright Co,
King Street near South
adgg ... . U- ) V.MiW'.w -i.
Style 21 5. 75 cents.
Misses 7 to 12 years.
Fine quality satteen.
Button front, laced back.
Sizes 20 to 28 Inches.
White and Drab.
bonds aro hereby notified to present
BENNY & CO., LTD.,
And Buyers Of
415 Queen St. Phone 443.
AND BEST FRIENDS
College Lecturers Talk
On Insect Pests
"Our Worst Insect Knemles" was
the subject of Mr. Kotlnsky's lecture
Inst night. No branch of the animal
Kingdom Imx so many Individual:),
and lucky for us, the majority of
them are not classed as Injurious. It
Ir Interesting to note that none of
the Injurious Inspect species present
on these Islands la native here. All
have been brought hero through tho.be
ugency of man.
The lectnro was illustrated through
mil l.a lia ! t .t - 1. ! a t - I
..... . . u,i, nnuua suuvtlilK i .
most Important economic forms. lle Kcnorn, appropriation of tho Tcrrl
Methods of combatting different types tory of Hawaii up to and until tho time
of Insects were dwelt upon at some tho Mother Country of the United
.. . ... .... .
i-rcsiiieni iiiuuore spoxc on some
phases of soil fertility. Tho Impor
tance of soil fertility was mentioned
In connection with other nntural re
source. The majority of agricultural soils.
by chemical analysis show an abund
ance of tho plant food elements, hut
theso are often present In un unavail
able form. Available plant food is
solublo nntl honce lenehes out read
ily. The great problem In crop pro
duction Is not bo much tho addition
of plant food, but to lender morn
available that which wo already
have. This may bo done by practic
ing rational culture methods.
On March 14th, President (II I more,
will continue, his tnlk on "Soil Man
agement" and on March 20th Mr.
Kolinsky will piesent the subject,
"Our Insect Friends."
(Continued from Paae )
apportionment of tho members of the
Hoard of lMiicntlon nmong tho Be par
nto counties, enmo up first for third
reading. It tlrow from Rico a vigorous
protest on account of one section con
tained In it. Tills Is tho section that
piovldes that tho Superintendent und
two commissioners, or In tho absence
of the Superintendent, three Commis
sioners, out of the six, shall constitute.
"This Is tho nigger In tho woodpile;
this nullifies the entire bill," said Itlco.
"Kaluil demands emial representation
on tho Hoard, so that our teachers may
receive fair treatment. I move that
wo defer action until tomorrow, so
that I may have tlmo to prepare an
amendment to this section." Tho mo
tion was carried and tho bill was de
ferred. Rice argues that tho Hoard of Kdti
cation has about $750,000 to spond and
that It Is not fair that tho spending of
money for all the Islands should bo
limited to members of tho Hoard all of
whom are Honolulu men.
House Hill 40, profiling that tho
Superintendent of Public Works may
shut off tho water from piemlses for
which the Bowor rales havo not been
paid presented a problem which tho
Houho Is not yet ready to tackle, and
It. too, was deferred, going over to
Stripping the Supervisors.
Moanaull fathered a bill to amend
tho Municipal Act by taking from the1
Supervisors tho power lo Ilx the coin
ponxatlnu of road laborcis, This Is
pursuant to another bill previously In
troduced by Moanaull fixing the com
pensntlon of road laborers ut (2.00 a
A New Pound Bill.
Kawewehl Introduced a new pound
hill to take tho place of the ono that
wns passed earlier In tho weok and
then reconsidered and Indefinitely post
poned. Tho new bill Is virtually the
same as tho former one, except that In
placo of everybody being authorized
to take up and impound any animal
found straying tim tho public toads,
only police olllccrs, constables or such
persons ns may bo authoilzcd by the
Hoard of Supervisors or tho road an
thoiltles of tho country may take up
and tmiiound tho animal.
County License Inspectors. ;
A bill introduced by Alfonso provides
that tho Torrltoilal Trcasmcr shall
appoint for each county a license In
spector and collector whoso duty It
snail bo carefully to Inspect tlio, county
lor which ho In nppolutcd and enforce
ine payment or an licensed and to en
force tho performance of all duties
und conditions required by law to bo
douo and performed by licensees and
lo collect HcciiBo feeB and penalties.
One acre of land at Alewa, below
Judd Street, and near the residence
of Hon. John Lane. An ideal place
as residence, Good view. Healthy.
WAITY BLDQ, 74 S. KINQ ST.
, 4'W, . -ni.
The llcouso Inspector nnd collector for
ouch county sIihII receive a salary of
$100' a month, to be paid liy the Terri
tory. Money For Queen.
Kenlnwaa Is of the opinion that
Queen I.llluokalanl In not being paid
a. bin enough pension, and lie accord
ingly Introduced the following un
"Whereas, by Act 12C of the Session
I.nws of 1907, and Included in the Item
"Permanent Settlements," In the sum
of $15,000 wan appropriated as pension
to Queen I.llluoknlnnl for the two
years commend..: July 1. 1907 and
ending June 30th, 1909, and
"Whereas, It Is now nearlng to tho
end of the time the said sum was up
proprlatcd, and an tho said sum appro-
two yrars for looking after her claim
and Intorest. therefore.
"Ho It itcsolvcd lly the Two Houses
Of Tho Territory Of Hawaii.
"To ngain appropriate for the Queen
Lilluokalanl by Inserting In the Ap
propriation 1)111 the sum of (35,000 to
added to the former Hill now stand'
M"K of 115,000 making n tntnl of 130,-
This Hesolutlon shall take effect
,n.,in ..!. .....i .. .
rn, , ,, ,, ,., . -v
iStutcs shall award her claim now pend
Tho effect of this new nnd wonder
ful resolution would appear to bo to
give tho Queon a pension of $50,000 a
month. "Retrenchment Is the keynote
of the session."
Action Deferred,- v
House Concurrent Resolution 5. re
questing tho Delegate to Congress to
securo Congressional legislation for'
tho condemnation and purchase of all
Hawaiian sea HsherleB In order that
they may ho free nnd open to citizens
of the United States, was returned
from tllo Scnnto with an amendment
Including those eligible to become cit
izens with thoso who may enjoy tho
benefit of tho proposed throwing open
of tho tlshcrtcs.
Action on tho amendment wns de
ferred until this afternoon.
A petition, worded the samo ns tho'
ono rroni tno W. C. T. U. presented
jestcrday wns received from tim nivio
Federation, protesting against any low
ering of teachers' salaries or raising
of tho school age.
Tho W. C. T. U. and tho Civic Fetl
oration will bo fronted no differently
than the represen lathes of the liquor
interests. Tho House earlier In the
week passed a resolution authorizing
tho sergennt-at-arms to arrest anil
effect any lobbyist found hanging
around tho House, so the Seaker finds
n club ready.
Hllilo Introduced a resolution for tho
appropriation of $2000 for the opening
and constructing of n Government rorw
from Honokeana to Kaopala, Kaana
A petition signed" by 05 citizens of
the Second Judicial District, askliu
tho Legislature not to alter the pres
ent liquor law, was prcsonted by K.i
nlho and took the, usual course
Houso Hill 143, Shlnglo, to provide
lor tho establishment and maintenance
of tho Library of Hawaii.
(Continued from Taee 1)
that there arc now 1000 men out of
work In tho city of Honolulu alone.
The Senate seemed to find It Im
possible to dispose of any Important
measures this morning.
Fish Bill Postponed
Coelho's fishing bill was amended
by Senntor Harvey so" as to make It
illegal for thoso not citizens, or not
eligible to become citizens, to fish In
the sea waters of Hawaii between the
eefs nnd the beaches. The amend
Senator Coelho then moved that
tho bill pass thin! reading. Hoforo
the voto could be taken, Senator Ma
l.eknu moved that the bill bo tabled.
Fish for Lent
,: . Btt.
A vote of ajos and noes on the mo
tion resulted as follows; ' 1
Aes Chllllngworth, Kalrchlld,
Kalamn. Knudsen. Makekau. Woods, l
the President. Noes- llaker, Drown, j
Coelho. Harvey, McCarthy, Moore.
Hoblnson. Senntor Qulnn was ab
sent. The vote being seven to seven,
the motion was declared lost.
Vaccination Law Waits
On motion action was then de
ferred for one week.
The vaccination bill, providing
Hint children shall be vaccinated only
tin the presence of their parents or
guardians, or with the consent there.
Lf, stirred up a lot of discussion
whch rcsuUed In nothing more than
President Smith took the floor nnd
argued against any legislation which
might let down the bars regarding
compulsory vaccination. His argu
ments were largely a repetition of
those used by him the last time tho
bill came up.
Finally Knudsen recommended that I
iu, blllbo u,rl10'1 ovar ,0 ,ho Judiciary
I Pnnimllt nn. thnrn lmlnir unrnn ctoiiht
...........,., ....v .... .
concerning the exact meaning of tho
phraseolog'. Tho motion provulie.l.
A communication from tho House,
Htntlug that tho amendments to House
Hill Mo. 15, Incorporated by tho Ken
ute, Had not been, accepted, was read
President Smith appointed a commit
teo consisting of Senators Knudsen
Chllllngworth and Makcks.il to confer
with a Houso Comlttee regarding the
A communication from tho Treasur
er, explaining how he camo to grant
a commission merchants' IIcoiibu to
tho Hawaiian Fisheries Company, and
enclosing correspondence which lie had
with J. F. Morgan, was referred to tho
Ways und Means Committee.
A communication from 'Dr. Atchor
ley, asking tho appropriation of $33,000
to treat leprosy according to, his meth
od, was roferrcd to tho Health Com
mittee for Investigation.
Resolutions from tho Civic Federa
tion, and tho Teachers' Association, op
posing any cut In teachers' salaries.
or any change in school age, were re-r
ferred to tho Kducatlon Committee.
Tho following bills, having passed
third reading In tho House, were sent
up and passed first reading in tho Sen
ate: House Rill No. 14, obstacles In
loads; .House Rill 134, gambling;
Houso Rill 130, Income tax; Houso
Hill 140, enabling Act
A petition from Maul cltlzons, asking
mat a retaining wall be built at Kca
nae, was read.
Senator Coelho moved that, whon
the Senate adjourned. It should lie out
or respect to the memory of the late
Hon. David Hallo Kahaulello. Tho mo
Coelho then Introduced sovoral bills
providing for tho payment of old In
debtednesses against counties.
Senator Moore Introduced n, bill pro
viding for tho protection of livery
stock, . 'ie
Chllllngworth Introduced a bill to
exempt nll(propertyusedexclustvely In
tho production of tobacco from taxa
tion for a period of thrco years.
Action was deferred until tho 27th
on Senate bill No. G8, regulating tho
terms of tho Circuit Court,
Scnuto Hill No. 92, relative to tho
filing of plans and surveys, passed
Senate 1)111 93, relative to tho Hen or
District Court Judgments, passed third
Houso Rill 92, procurers, passed
Senate Hill 101, tho opium bill, was
reieried to the Judiciary Committee.
Senate Joint Resolution No. 1, fix
ing tho oOlco hours of Territorial of
fices, wub referred to tho Ways and
Coelho's militia bill passed second
185 editorial rom 250 ual.
nasi office. Thsse ,the -telephont
numbers of the Bulletin fries.
Bulletin Business Office Phone 260.
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone .185.
and Smoked Fish
of ;every variety in tins
, j.S4r lj .fcju.
NEED MORE SLIDES
Reclamation Expert Tells ,
Of Interest Shown
The following letter from Director
K. II. Newell, of the Reclamation Bor
neo to Secretary II i' Wood of the
Promotion Committee, shows what In
terest Is being manifested in the Ha
waiian Islands by malnlandeis
"My Dear Mr. Wood:
"Your letter of February 15 has been
iccelxed, with newspuiwr clippings I
hope that you will succeed In obtain
ing some good, typical lcwn of Ha-
uuilnii romiltlnna. t lmvi n,..i mv
l,le several times thin past month
nn.i ri-rtnti'ut.t. i.. ki.ni. ..,1.111. ..,.1
umt nivuti; nun ii uuiiiii uiuiiiwnni
, lews of things ut they are In partlc-
. ular, I would like to get home pictures
j of school children, for example, little
.groups of the different nationalities
coming to or going from school, and a
view o the country school house with
the children nt the flag exercises. I
desire to show these to Illustrate the
character of future voters.
"I can, of course, have slides made
from photogrnphlc prints, but It would
be preferable to have film uegjthes
which can be sent by mall, or If ou
cannot obtain film negatives, can ou
i.ot get film iosltlves made by direct
contact. From theso a glass negative
can be made bore, giving a better ef
fect than by reproduction from n pa
"I find that thore is n strong Inter
est In the Territory and that different
organizations aro Inviting me to tnlk
about the conditions there, nnd various
persons are asking to borrow my
"Very truly yours,
(Signed) "F. ,11, NKWEI.I.,
HOUSE COMMITTEE REPORTS
The Public Lands Committee of
the Houso of Representatives pre'
scnted a report Wednesday on Cor'
tea's Petition No. 31, asking the
Legislature to appropriate ,$10,000
for the extension of Pun lane to
School street. The committee rccom-i
mended that the Item be inserted In
the Appropriation Rill.
The committee also cccommcndcd
that nn Item of $4000 be Inserted in
tho Appropriation Hill, iu accordance
with House Petition 10. tireanntei!
'by Sheldon, for a water works ays-
tim for Kcknhn, Kauai.
Reporting on House Hesolutlon
139, requesting tho Land Commis
sioner to open up the tract known ns
Walkalua, Koolaupoko, Oahu, for
homestead purposes, tho committee
said It had found tho lands to be un
der lease to James II. Castle until
October 15, 1913, and so recommend
ed the resolution be tubled. Simi
lar recommendations were made in
legard to Houso Resolutions 130 and
141, the first that the Walakca lands
Le opened up for homestead purposes,
the second that the Pllhonua, Hllo,
lands bo thrown open for home
steading purposes. Roth lands were
found to bo under lease.
Tho committee reported favorablj
on House Resolution 140, by Shel
don, .to appropriate $5000 for the
extension of tho water-pipe system
of tho Wnimca water works.
The Educational Committee recom
mended the passage of Senate Hill 51,
iclutlng to tho Department of Public
Instruction, and also advised with the
consent or the Introducer, that Rice's,
bill, No. 80, relating to tho same
uubject, be tabled. All reports were
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A converted kicker is the
best sort of nn advertisement
and wc nre ready to convert
you. Our service is so good
'these days that . get rid of
kickers" as rapidly as they
appear by showing them the
qualities of a gas stove. Come
down and be converted if you
are a kicker.
Honolulu Gas Co.,
Easy Way to Get Bid ol These
Nearlr tittj boms ht the eoekrouh, sad
unlets eitermlnsieU ho IncrtsMa si a rapid rmte.
Ailbeflriltlgnol roach, cm Stearns' Kleculs
IU( and Itoach 1'uts la th sinks and on lb
abelTes al nUbt. and In tba morales' you can
hmp up a pantal ot dead cockroaobaa.
Rtearnt' Eleetrlo puts U alio (-uaranued to
kill off rats, mica or otber vermin, (Jrltln ibein
out ct tba boat to die.
Wben jou so to tbe eiote for an exterminator
for rata or oockroacbea, do not take aailblnc
but Blearna' Eleetrlo l'aete. It Is tba oalr one
that la aold under a fuaraatra to tarSnd tba
moner It not aaltifactorr. It le readr for um
and does Dot bare to be mixed with otber tblui,
and ae It la la paete form. It cannot blow on tba
ifood like tbe powders aomttlmea uaed.
Siearat' Electric Paete la aold etojwbre, or
tent itvtiii prrpaUon receipt ol nice. 1 oi. box
Be. IS OI. box 11.00.
Stearns' Eleetrlo Paste Co.. Cbleaco. 11L
A1AKEA AND MERCHANT "
Brown & Lyon Co.
T IL SH0
You Want Electric Wiring Done ot
Private Telephone Iwtallrd or :Drj
Batteries, call the
UNION ELECTRIC CO.,
Harrison Block. Phone 31S.
Chas. R. Frazier
fhone 371. 122 King Bt.
King Street, Ewa ot Fiihmarket,
DRY GOODS ,AND FURNI8HIHO
GOODS of EVERY DE-
LUNCHES and DRINK I
The moit pooular
place in town.
The Fashion Saloon
Hotel St. near Fort.
Uack Scully, Jack Robert.