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RVEN1N0 IlULtETIN, HONOLULU, T. 1!., MONDAY, MARCH 22. 1909.
The close-flitting gowns now in
vogue demnnd a Brassiere in place
of a corset-cover. The
i.i the stylish woman's choice. It is
far superior to any corset cover.
Shaped to the figure and bound to
support the bnst. Price COc and $1.
New WSiite Goods for Spring
MERCERIZED FIGURED WHITE MADRAS, in a variety of pat
terns, t 20c, 25c, nud 30c yd.
WHITE STRIPED AND CHECKED DIMITIES, 20c yard.
WHITE TOPLIN, 35c yard; WHITE PONGEE, 35c yard.
WHITE BORDEAUX XINEN, 20c yard.
WHITE MAYFLOWER CLOTH, 25c yard.
WHITE CORDED PIQUE, 35c yard.
DOTTED SWISS MUSLIN, 20c yard.
At Our Glove Counter
you will find popular makes of KID GLOVES, the kind that is guaran
teed to wear.
GLACE KID GLOVES, 10-bulton
length, white, black, tan, brown,
Jf.::.r0 a pair.
WHITE SUEDE GLOVES, lG-but-ton
length, $2.50 n pair.
MEYER'S DRIVINO GLOVES,
tans and browns, SjSl.ISO a pair.
Sachs Dry Goods Co., Ltd.,
CORNER FORT AND BERETANIA STREET. OPPOSITE FIRE STATION
NOTICE OF REDEMPTION OF BONDS OF
HAWAIIAN SUGAR COMPANY.
Wo. tho undersigned. W. 0. UIWIN anil 13. I. SI'ALUINO, Trustees
ur.ilur DopiI of TniKt iliitctl Jiiiiuary -I, D02, inailo by HAV.IIAN SU
tJAH CO.Ml'ANY to tho uuilcrulgncil ttb Trustees, hereby glvo notice to the
lxuidliuldors of tho Hawaiian Sugar Ci.uipany of tho election of said Com
pany to ii'ilocm und pay, iiml of tho icdemptlon and payment of tho
following muiibou'il bonds of said Company on tho FIIIST DAY OV
Al'ItlU lUOD, at the olllco of thu MUKCANTIl.K TRUST COMPANY OV
SAN I'ltANCISCO In tho City mid County of San 1'Vanelsco, Stuto of, Cal
1 no 125 1S4 2 IG 30G 3S2 4G2
IS fit lL'S 185 1M7 307 nno 453
I Gfi 130 ISC 240 31t 393 455
5 72 131 187 251 313 391 ' 457
i; 71 13'J 1SS 252 318 390 458
12 7d 137 lS'J 253 31!) 397 400
13 70 13S 190 ' 253 320 SDS 401
11 St 139 191 207 32 399 402
17 S3 140 1!)3 238 323 400 . 405
20 81 141 1U7 200 321 402 400
21 85 '142 199 202 320 403 407
23 SO 113 201 201 329' 409 403
21 88 115 202 203 333 410 474
25 8y 117 201 200 339 419 473
C, 90 119 210 208 310 420 480
2S 91 150 211 271 311 421 482
29 92 153 211 272 313 421 483
30 93 KiS 213 273 311 420 485
IIB 95 100 210 27S 315 429 487
37. 99 101 21S ' 280 347 430 488
41 102 101 222 2S8 348 431 489
J2 1U3 100, 220 2S9 351 432 491
45 101 107 228 290 352 ,433 493
40 . 100 108 233 291- 351 31 491
IS 107 109 231 292 300 438 495
-19 . l)9 170 225 293 . 301 4 10 500
50 113 171 237 29 1 302 442 v
51 111 172 239 ' 29S 303 444
50 115 173 211 299 305 MI5
57 119 175 212 301 308 1 1T
58 122 170 213 302 371 448
59 1 2.1 183 215 303 375 149
Tho holders of ulinvo numbciod bonds aro hereby notified to prcsont
fin payment of pilnclpal nnd lute real to April 1st ,1909, and surrendor
Mild bonds at tho place and on tho duto last abovo mentioned, and that
iifliir Api II 1st, 1909, all Intel cat on said bonds numbered us aforesaid
' tdmll icasn .
Honolulu, T. It., February 4, 1909.
i, o. irnviN,
n, I. Bl'ALDING,
Trustees under Raid Ilnwallan Sugar
Company Trust Deed.
nt the automobiles, buggies and car
riages we have recently overhauled
THEN SEE US.
W. W. Wright Co,.
King Street near South
" Tel. 252
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GLACE KID OLOVES, 2-clasp,
black, white, tan, nnd brown, at
!j?1 .25 a pair.
WHITE CHAMOIS GLOVES, the
kind that will wash, $ 1.115 a pair.
ALL OUR GLOVES ARE GUAR
ANTEED. BENNY & CO., LTD.,
And Buyers Of
415 Queen St.
(Continued from Paje 1)
field woik Sonntor Fnlrchllil ox-
iliilned thu matter pretty thorough
li but raised no objection to the
postponement requested by Mukekuu.
Senator C'oelho Introduced n reso
lution piovMIng for the appointment
l the (lovernor of n commission of
llncu to Inwstlgatf the titles of cer
tain Muds, and mnl.e a report not
later titan Jul) 1, 1910.
"Tlii'io air many people who nro
In possession of property, handed to
them or their predecessors, as fur
buck s the 'Go's, to which they have
no valid title. They lime been pay
ing tnxca on the property for years,
under the supposition thht they were
the real owners. It Is to have this
matter stialghteiiod out, and to
grant clear titles when such arc de
served, Hint t havo Introduced this
lesolution," said tho Senator.
The resolution passed first rending
by unanimous mi In.
Ask $GO0O. a Year
A communication rrom the matron
iiml ofllccrs of thu Industrial Home,
asking n subsidy of $0000 n )ear,
was lead and referred to the Com
mittee on Ways nud Means. In the
lomfminicntltin. It Is stated that
ninny ehlldien am being turned over
to tho Home, fur cnie, ami that It
seems only right that an appioprla
Hon should be made to help defray
Senator Falichlld, as n supplemen
tary measure lo the Immigration Act.
Intiodiiced the following bill:
Section I. All expenditures by the
Tenltory on act omit or thu Hoard of
Agriculture and Forestry, Aid to Ha
waii experiment Station and Hydio
grnphle Sunny, shall be made out of
the one-fourth of the special fund
provided by Act 33 of the Session
Laws of 1909; provided, however.
Hint until a sufllclent amount of said
one-fourth Is available, such sums as
may be necessary, may, with the
approval of the (Jovernor, be expend
ed fiom the general revenues for tho
sulil purposes at not exceeding the
following rats per month:
IIOAKI) OF A(IIICUI.TUKK AND
Clurlso iiml Htcnncrnphors (S
$100 each $ 200.00
Kmployees and laborers .. 90.00
Hxpenses, all divisions ... 1250.00
Division of Forestry:
Assti , laborers, etc 385.00
Division of Entomology:
Assistants, Inspectors, Em
ployees, etc 470.00
Division of Animal In
dustry: Superintendent 250.00
AbsIb., Employes, etc. ... 280.00
Aid (o Hawaii Experiment
Stntlon ". 410.70
Hydrogrnphlc Survey 410.70
All sums so expended out of the
general revenues shall be restored
theiuto out of tho one-fourth of said
special fund, as soon as may be.
Section 2. This Act shall - tftlto
effect on tho 1st day of July, 1909.
School Age Again
communications wero read from
the Young Woman's Chilsthin Asso
ciation and tho Ladle' Auxiliary to
tho Ancient Order of lllboriilnns, op
posing any leductlnn of tho compul
sory school age or In the appropria
tion for tho maintenance of schools
or tho Territory. The petitions woro
lefcrred to the Committee on Educa
A communication from the Mer
chants' Association lehitlvc to the
proposed militia Increase, was re
ferred to the Committee on Mlllt.ir
Affairs without rending.
'A lengthy letter, opposing the pas
sage of Coelho's health bill, claiming
Hint It would prove u hardship to
drnglcss healers, and insisting on
"fair piny," was read. It bore the
signature of mi osteopath, and went
to the Health Committee.
The Governor's veto of House Hill
No. 5 was sustained by unanimous
Senate 1)111 No 2S, appeals to Cir
cuit Court from l.lrense Commission
decisions, passed third rending with
Sonnte Hill 07, amending the
gamo laws of the Territory, passed
third rending by n vote of 13 to 1.
President Smith cast the only oppos
Houso Hill No. 122, raising the
salaries of the members of the Hoard
of Supervisors of the City nnd Coun
ty or Honolulu, was sent lo thu Ways
nnd Menns Commltteo for considera
tion. House mil No. 35, up from the
House, fixing the pay of Territorial
workmen, passed first rending,
Sennto Ulll No. SO, regulating pub
lie expenditures, passed third read
ing. Houso Illll Nn. 144, providing for
the acquiring of private hinds for
public purposes, was lefcrred to the
A communication vv.-n received
from the Secretnry of the Territory,
announcing that the (lovernor had
signed the following bills
House Dill No, 119, Act 31.
Senate Illll No. 17, Act 32. '
House Illll No. lift, Act 32.
House Hill No. 102. Art 34.
PEOPLE AT SETTLEMENT
Editor Evening Ilulletln:
The Leper Settlement bus been favor
ed this week by tWo visitors Dr. M..
J. O'Neill nnd Mr. Ilonlnc. Mr. Ho
nluo came to start the moving pic
turo machine, recently given us by
the Honolulu people, and made n
complete success of the Job. It Is
well known that, the lepers are In
debted to Superintendent McVeigh
for this great source of amusement.
It Is well known nlso that when
thero is question of promoting the
happiness und comfort or the lepers
our Jack Is always to the fore, ably
seconded by Assistant Superintendent
J. K. Wnlamnu.
Tluit tho exhibitions were success
ful was plainly demonstrated by the
loud and continuous upplauso of the
audience. All hall to llonlno nnd
our two Jacks!
Dr. O'Neill, who-camo here toUee,
was made to do, and readily even
cheerfully went to work.
In taking his colleague around, Dr.
(loodhue drew his attention to the
very Interesting ruse or Ilrothcr 8e
i up!oii ut Kiilnwao,
After u thorough examination of
the llrother's 'condition, both sur
geons enme to the conclusion that
Immediate nnd radical action vvus re
quired. The Ilrothcr has been suf'
leiing for somo two years from lis
tula or the kidney. The malady or
lute has been progressing consider
ulily despite the best or trentment
und euro extended the putlent by Dr.
Goodhue und the devoted Ilrothcr
Tho kind ot operation necessary to
icllcvo the Ilrothcr Is, 1 believe, call
oil Nephiotomy. It Is a considerable.
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P. M. Pond Tel. 890
operation too considerable for our
Mtrgoon alone to undertake. It Is a
very dangerous operation; therefore
Dr. Goodhue gladly welcomed Dr.
O'Neill, whoso opportune arrival
gave him the chance to consult with
und obtain the asslstanco of u com
petent brother practitioner.
So on Friday, 19th, the two sur
geons went to work and made a com
plete success of It. A wide nnd deep
Incision wns mudo In tho llrother's
side und the fistulous trnct was laid
bine to the kidney.
After thoroughly removing all tho
dlrensed parts tho wound was partly
closed and packed with antiseptic
' The complete recovery of the
llrother Is novr confidently looked
On tho following day, Saturday,
20th, Dr. O'Neill ugaln assisted Dr.
AND FASCINATE THE HUMAN
distributed iree or charge
Is now fulfilling this agreement, nnd
reporter has tried tliem personally
by which the minds of human belncs
richest man in America, said, In
attributed his success In llf lnrin.lv
human culture any Intelligent person
for clean, fresh, rich milk. Daily
deliveries to all part of tie city.
Goodhue In performing a major op
eration. This time It was the ampu
tation ot a leg of a natlvo woman.
This operation turned out as did the
one ot tho day before. It was com
If Mr, Editor, you will grant these
lines space In your valuable paper,
you will greatly obllgo
INMATE OK THE SETTLEMENT,
Kalaupapa, March 20, '09.
A chance for Honolulu people to sea
tho famous Salome dance, which has
cuused such n furoro In New York,
This film will go on tonight at thu Art
Theatre. Another now film, "The Life
or Sampson," Is especially Interesting.
y"For Rent" cards on (ale at
ha BUllsttn offlcs.
5. eari.- nore money
hut not if it is left in the pro
In our Sank, it will bring
jou 4'2 per cent, interest,
Our small saving banks for
the home teach you to save.
Call and ask for one today.
Bank of Hawaii, Ltd.,
Fort and Merchant Sts.
Capital and surplus $1,000,000
No unpleasant odor;
no big expense; no i
heat except in the
stove. :; ;: :: :: ,'
Cleanliness and food
well cooked will pro- .,
mote health. Wc con t
convince you. :: :: 1
ALAKEA AIT) MERCHANT 1 I
STREETS ' l
Brown & Lyon Co.
yon Want Electric Wirlnc Tlon. or
Private Telephone Instilled or Dry
Batteries, call the
UNIUH &LKUTJUG CO.. t
Harrison Block. Phono 315.
Chas. R. Fraarier
Phone 371. 122 King St.
LUNCHES and DRIHJCIt
The most popular
place in town. (
Thp Fachinn talium 1
Hotel St near Fort
7ack Scully. JackIHrU.r
have not seen all the sights unleis' '
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vut .mi iiic ; i
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