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KVEN1N0 UULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II., THUIIBDAY, MAR. 25, 1900.
stands alone as the world's finest hosiery: EVERY WOMAN
KNOWS THAT. But every woman DOES NOT KNOW of
the improvements in ONYX HOSIERY for 1909.
To find your hose as Rood at night as when you put
them on in the morninp, get a pair of ONYX HOSE.
A new assortment just opened for Men, Women, and
LADIES, ONYX HOSE in Black, White, Tans. Pink,
Light Blue, Cardinal, Grey, and shades of Lavender.
LADIES' PLAIN LISLE HOSE from -10i pr. upwd.
LADIES' COTTON OAU2E HOSE from 35d pair up.
LADIES' LISLE OAUZE HOSE from 50 a pair up.
LADIES' ALL LACE HOSE from 35 a pair up.
LADIES' LISLE QAUZE LACE ANKLE, 50 ir ""
LADIES' LISLE QAUZE, all lace, 50 pair up.
LADIES' OUTSIZES, 35 pair and up.
CHILDREN'S RIB3ED HOSE, 25 a pair and up.
MISSES PLAIN HOSE, 35 pair and up.
MISSES' OAUZE HOSE, 50 a pair and up.
MISSES' LACE ANKLE, 50 pair and up.
Infant's Onyx SocRs
in White, Black, Pink, Light Blue, Red, and Tans. .
MISSES ALL LACE HOSE, -10 pair and up.
SACHS DRY GOODS CO.
Cor. and Beretania Sts. Opp. Fire Station
NOTICE OF REDEMPTION OF BONDS OF
HAWAIIAN SUGAR COMPANY.
Wo, tlio undersigned, V. 0. IltWIN and K. I. SPALDING, Trustees
under Deed ot Trust dated January 2 I, 1902, inado liy HAWAIIAN SU
ISAH COMPANY to the undersigned lib Trustees, hereby glvo notice to tho
bondholders of tile Hawaiian Sugar Company of tlio election of said Com
luny to rcdoem and pay, and of tho redemption and payment of the
following numbered bonds of Bald Company on the KIIIST DAY OP
AI'iUU 1909, at the olTlce of the MURCAXTlI.i: TRUST COMPANY OF
HAN I'KANCISCO In tho City nnd County of San Francisco, Stato of Cal
1 CO 125 181 210 30C 382 4G2
U CI U'8 185 247 3U7 390 453
4 fi.r, 120 1SG 249 311 393 455
5 72 131 1S7 261 313 394 457
G 74 132 188 252 318 39G 461
12 75 137 189 263 319 397 4G0
13 70 138 190 255 320 395 4G1
14 81 139 191 257 321 399 4G2
17 S3 140 193 258 323 400 4G6
20 84 141 197- 2G0 324 402 4G6
21 85 142 199 2G2 320 403 407
23 SO 113 201 2GI 329 409 4G8
2! 88 146 202 2115 333 410 474
2, 89 14T 204 200 239 419 475
20 VI) 149 210 208 340 420 480
28 1 160 211 271 241 421 482
29 92 153 214 272 343 424 483
"20 93 16! 215 273 344 42G 485
33 95 100 .210 278 345 429 487
37 99 101 218 280 347 430 488
41 02 1G4 222 288 348 431 489
42 103 ICG 220 289 351 432 491
45 101 107 228 ' 290 362 433 493
40 100 108 233 291 364 434 494
18 107 109 234 292 300 438 495
49 109 170 235 293 301 440 500
50 113 171" 237 294 SG2 442
64 114 172 239 298 303 444
60 115 173 241 299 305 443
67 119 175 , 242 301 308 1T
68 122 170 - 243 302 374 448
69 123 183, 245, 303 375 449
Tho holders of abovo numbered bonds are hereby notified to present
for payment of principal nnd Interest to Apill 1st ,1909, and surrender
halil bonds at tlio place and on tlio duto last above mentioned, and that
nttor April 1st, 1909, all Interest on said bonds numbered as aforesaid
uliull ceuso .
Honolulu, T. H February 4, 1909.
W. Q. IRWIN,
K. I. SPAU1INO,
Tiustccs under said Hawaiian Sugar
Company Trust Deed.
at the automobiles, buggies and car
Wages wc have recently overhauled
THEN SEE US.
W. W. Wright Co,
King Street near South
BENNY & CO., LTD,
And Buyers Of
415 Queen St
Best Printing T TTl DV' IsIand rders
and Developing VJ VJ IVlVJU X iSj Given Prompt Attention
OF OUR SOILS
Practical Topics Dwelt
On In Lecture
The IcctmoH at tho College still con
tinue with Interest, as was shown last
cvcnlne, by tho attendance.
President (lllnuire continued on the
subject of "Soli Mnnagemeiil" nnd
called Biccliil attention to tho food
elements of plants, how plants feed
rrom the soil, the Influence of organic
matter in crop production, how to use
and apply fertilizers and what Is nec
essary In soil management to get the
It. E. Ilosmcr spoko with special em-.
ihasla mi tho "Kconomy of Forestry."
Me givo quite a comprehensive levlew
f tin; forestry work which the foreign
nuntrloB have been doing and men
tioned tlio Items of loss by deforesta
tion and tlio expense some were mak
tig to reforest their lands. Tho de
velopment of the forestry work In the
Jolted States nnd thu work of fotcst
irs was next discussed. No one
hoiihl hesitate In taking up forestry
is a profession.
These lectures wero ory Instructive
Hioee who have Intended to come and
lave let other things take their oven
ngs are loosing valuable Instruction
y not muklng use of tho opportunity
ifforded by this course of lectures. II
i hoped that more will attend and rs
leclally tho young people who may bo
ooklng for openings Into tho future
losslbllltles of their life's work.
The lectures tomorrow evening will
o by Jocolj Kotlnsky on "Our Insect
"'"rleiids," who will be followed by J. K
Ilgglns on tho "Production und Mar-
toting of Fruits."
(Continued from Pa?e 1)
"When, wo want to know what Is go
ng, on, wo read tho Honolulu papers,"
,ald tho Senator. "To bo suro there
iro papois published on Maul, hut we
ton't read them to get tho nows. If
ho laws are published In Honolulu
mpcrs everybody will seo them. I
novo that that bill bo tabled."
The Senator withdrew his motion
emporarlly, In order to nllow debate.
Jn Its renewal It passed by a substan
Ily n volo of 14 to 0, tho report of
he Joint Confcicnco Committco on
ho Knnbllug Act, was adoptetd this
uornlng, and tho Senate tluiB put the
,eal of Its npprovu! upon tho bill as it
In explaining tho report. Senator
"I would cull attention to tho fact
.hat there is practically no chuiigo in
ho hill us It passed third rending In
ho Senate. Tho long list of names bus,
ueen left out, hut tho money author
zed, $34,251.74, Is tho same amount
is tho total In the hill as It left this
"Tho lists of names, certified to by
.lie Major und Supervisors of Honolii
,u and signed by the Conference Com
mittco mu on file In tho office of the
City und County Clerk. They wero
left out of tho hill In order to nold
incumbering the records of the Senate
The rcort was adopted by unani
mous vote. This settles the enabling
Act as fur as the Senate Is concerned,
and puts thu matter up to the Gov
ernor. Senator Kulawan "was anxious to
have sonio data In re Senate Joint Res
Jlutlon No, 2, providing for the ap
pointment of a commission to Investi
gate tho titles to certain unpatented
claims In tho possession of certain per
sons since the Orulid Muhcle. Coelho
explained tho matter to thu satisfaction
it his colleague and tho resolution
passed third reading by u vote of 15
Mare School Petitlent.
Petitions ugulnst any i eduction In
tho bchool appropriation continue to
pour Into tho Senate This morning
two, ono fiom tho Sodality of the Im
maculate Conception, and thu other
from tho Catholic. Ladles' Aid Society,
vvoio road to tho bolons, Iloth wont
to tho Committco on IMiicatlou iu
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,
P. E. R. Strauch
WAJTY BLDO. 74 S. KINO ST.
On motion of Senator Coelho, House
1)111 No. 85, tho mllltln enrollment act,
up from tho lloute, passed drat read
lug. Baker Hat BUI.
Senator Dnkor, under suspension of
tho rules, Introduced an act exempting
certain properties from taxation. The
bill passed first reading and was re
ferred to Hie Printing Committco.
Senate Dili No. 115. taking tho for
estry expenses out of the general np
proprlatlon bill nnd tacking them onto
tho Immigration Dill, came up for third
leading. It was unanimously passed.
Makcknu broke his usual rule of pro
cedure nnd moved that the bill pass.
Senate Dili No. 99, providing for
tho sanitary icgulatlon of dairies,
passed third reading without opposi
tion. Senate PHI No. 11C, providing that
no Inheritance tax shall be levied und
er tho Immigration Dili, passed third J
House Dill No. 114, making It a mis
demeanor to scatter dangerous articles
or substances on tho roads of the Ter
ritory pasted third reading, "Defer"
Makckau only voting "no."
House Illll 117, amending the laws
relative to Btamp duties, passed third
House Dill 130, fixing tho exemption
flguro for tlio Income tax at $1500 a
year, passed third reading
House Illll No. 127, regulating the
dlsjiosal of money received from the
sale of public lands, was referred to
tho Judiciary Committee.
House Illll 152, to protect the pur
chasers of real cstato from fraudulent
conveyance was referred to tho Judi
ciary Committee. This bill was Intro
duced to take tho place of the one
vetoed by the Governor.
8enato DIM No. 83, making tho law
governing tho acknowledgment of
written instruments uniform with
those of other States nnd Territories
passed second reading
'Continued from Pus ti
real reason for opposing his bfll was
n fear that If tho number of children
In tho schools was to. be reduced, the
Legislature might want to cut the
salaries of the teachers. The Intelli
gent members from Hawaii babbled
on and on, talking much but saying
little, while thu Houso listened apath
etically to his Inane arguments or
worked ut their desks on other bills
while ho emitted n steady stream of
words remarkable for their lack ol
connection with any Ideas. Moanaull
concluded by moving that thu report
of tho committco be tabled.
Real Intent of Bill.
AtTouso roeo to support tho report
of tho committee. Thu bill, ho said
had received careful attention and a
public meeting hud boon held to dis
cuss tho matter. Tho consensus of
opinion ut that meeting was that to
ralso the school ago would bo a most
vicious piece of legislation. With this
vlow there was not a single dissent
ing tolco. Two speakers did suggest
that to I educe the maximum age to 14
might bo ull right.
Tho true Inteut or this bill, despite
tho alleged reason of health given by
the introducer, Is to i educe the ex
penses of the educational system. As
lo health, the law provides that u
child whoso health will not permit
need not gu to school.
"The Kducatlonal Committco cannot
stand for a bill of this nature. If un'
having or expenses Is to bo done. It
must nut bo at tho expense of tho
children or this Territory. I second
the motion for tlio adoption of tills ro
Correa thought It would' bo a shuma
to puss such a bill. "If you Hawaii
una," ho said, "do not desire to have
jour children educated, do not want
to progress, pass this hill,"
Kniilho, too, was opposed to tho
measure. Kanlho moved the previous
question, but Douthltt Interrupted pro
ceedings by announcing a reiort of
tho conference committee, which taken
precedence over ull other business.
When this matter hud been disposed
or, the pie vlous question shut off de
bute, und. the House adopted tho ro
poit of the Committee, thus tab'llug
the bill lo raise thu ago limit.
A Clearing House BUI.
Under thu order of the day tho
House took up fur third reading Cas
tro's II II 94, relating to the Issuance
of commeiciul paper Tho moasuru
permits clearing houses tirisbiio clear
Ing house certificates. The hill passe.l
To Appoint Deputy Sheriffs.
Tho revived Houso 111(1 !!), irvlil -
Ing thut deputy sheriffs shall bo up
pointed by sheriffs Instead of being
olectod, was next In order. The orig
inal bill dlil not Include the City und
County of Honolulu, hut Kumuhu of
fered an iimendmuiit to make I lie bill
Include Honolulu Dice, however,
pointed out Unit this could lint K
done, as thu bill amends the Count)
Act. while, to make It apply to Ho
nolulu u now bill would have to he In
lioduced amending tho Municipal Act.
EACH HAN MAY GETiTHP
A 5JUM WAuKANi
Fern Opposes Blanket
System Used At
Mnvor Fern, who realizes the pill-
kta of the men working on the road,1
will try to Improve the method of
paying them, so they can collect
their wages personally and without
going through the formality of pre
senting themselves before the Hoad
Supervisor to receive their pay
He stutcd this morning that ho
would Ilk to see the County em
ployes get their wages direct from
the Treasurer, that the blanket vvar-
lant system should be abolished nnd
Individual warrants Issued In their
stead. . .
Heretofore the road men have re
ceived their pay from the office of
the Koad Supervisor and, Incidental
ly, there was a great deal of confu
In order to do away with this, His
Honor has decided tp ask tho Hoard
to Instruct the Auditor to Issue In
dividual wurrauts to the men direct,
Instead of bunchlug them together
and giving the money to the' Hoad
Supervisor for distribution.
K H, ., H ,K M ) .A. AXXK KHa
Tho amendment was therefore tabled
and tho clerk Instructed to call the
roll on tho passago of the bill.
At this Juncture, after the first, name
had been called, Kanlho awoko to the
fact that a bill wns about to slip by
upon which he had not Inflicted his or
atory, and ho Jumped to his feet nnd
begun to tnlk. The Speaker, however.
coldly ruled him out of order and the
roll call proceeded. Thu vote wus 22
to 8 In favor of tho passago of the
bill. Curloy, Kumuhu, Kanlho, Kavve
wehl, Kinney, Like, Mukekuu und Nil-
wahlno foolishly voted against It, thus
cutting themselves oft from tho right
to demand and expect tho support of
the other members tor u now bill lo
provide for tho appointment of the
Honolulu deputy sheriff by thu Sheriff.
Houso Illll 100, Introduced by Shin
gle, relating to attachments, came up
on third reading. Douthltt explained
that the bill had the endorsement of
tho liar Association and tho commer
cial organizations of Honolulu The
bill modifies tho existing laws.
Kama snld the wholo matter wus
one on which ho was not very clear
In this ho evidently wns nut alone
Judging from tho bewilderment ex
pressed on the faces of some of his
colleagues, but he thought ho (elected
In It something liable to bo detriment
al to tho Hawaiian, Certain uiembcri
in the Houso always oppose any meas
uro calculated to mako a man pay his
Jebts. The bill, however, finally
passed with 28 aves.
Mukekuu's bird bill, H. II. 11 C, mak
ing It a misdemeanor to catch or kill
any beneficial perching bird or to take
or destroy their nestB or eggs, and es
pecially protecting tho Hawaiian
goose (nene), urouscd u protest from
Kanlho, who wanted to know what
would hupiien to u man who cnught
ono of the protected birds, chained It
by tho leg nnd reared it carefully.
Shingle explained thut thni was not
thu Intention of tho bill. It had been
prepared at the request of Prof, Hen
shavv of Washington, who wrote thnt
In his opinion tho rapidly disappearing
Hawaiian goose ought to bo protected,
oven from Fclcntlcts, for at least four
years. Hut as a bird In thu hand Is
worth two In tho bush, ho was willing
lo defer tho matter to allow tho com
mltteu to look Into Kanlho's sugges
tion. Makckau objected to any delay fn
such a purpose, saying the only ob
ject of tho bill was to protect tho none,
und nothing could bu gained by delay
lug action for technicalities. Ho
moved the bill pass.
Dice, however, though Kanlho's ob
jection sound, as Mr. Damon has a
lot of these geeso In his possession.
He moved to defer to tomorrow. This
May Be Unconstitutional.
Kuwewehl's second pound bill wui!
next. This bill,' providing for tho Im
"indln' of alt animals found wundoc-
lug on the public highways, contain.!
tho nonsensical provision that If any
damage bo dono by tho animals, the
owners enau pay such damages aa
T bo assessed by the Hoard of Hup
.orvwora. , i,, Uitt
Waiwulolo saw the weakness of the
measure und proceeded to point It
nut. Ho moved to Indefinitely post
pone. Ho wus bucked up Iu this by
Long, who iKiiiited out thu very obvi
ous fact that tho Hoard of Supervisors
has no right to (Ix damages, and thai
Mich a provision would render tho Act
unconstitutional. A little thing llko
thu Constitution, however, did not
count. Thu Houso passed the bill 2S
For Women-Lydia E. Pink
ham's Vegetable Compound
Xoah, Kr. " I was passing through
the Change of I.lfo and suffered from
"Lydla JJ, link
well nnd strong, so
that I can do nil my
housouork, nnd at
tend to the store
and jKist-olllce, and
than I really am.
'Lydla K. Pink.
ham's Vegetable Compound is the most
successful remedy for all kinds of
female troubles, nnd I feel that 1 can
never praise ltcupusu." Mus.LtzziK
Holland, Noah, Ky.
ThoChangeofLIfe is thomostcrltlcal
period of a woman's existence, nnd
neglect of health at this time Invites
disease and pain.
that there Is no other remedy known to
medicine that will so successfully carry
women through this trying jcriod as
Lydla E. l'lnkliam's Vegetable Com
pound, made from native roots and
1'or so years It has been curing
women from tho -worst forms of female
Ills inflammation, ulceration, dls-
flaccments. llbroid tumors, IrreguUrl
ies, ertodIu pains, backache, and
If you would llko special rtdvlco
about your t-nso write n confiden
tial loiter to Mrs. I'lnkbntn, at
Lynn, IHnss. Her advice la Iron,
and always lielpfuL
, .i ... . . -iji
All Hand Work. Laces,
Gloves, Feathers Promptly
Gleaned. 258 Beretania;
Solar Heaters, 30 to 100 (rail on ca
pacity. Qalv, Tanks, 5 jrallon to 500
gallon capacity. French Ranges, siz
a 4 ft. to 10 ft., for brick setting
Range closets and seats suitable foi
use in schools or plantations. Sheet
Me'al Work and Plurabine.Estimates
Jobbinc promptly executed.
EMMELUTH & CO.. LTD.
TEL. 211. 145 KINO ST
A Sensible Resolution.
A resolution was introduced by the
chairman of tho Public Lauds Com
mlttee to appropilutu (500 for tho pur
pose or causing ull bulletins or tin
llureau of Agriculture and Forestry t
bo published In tho Hawaiian langu
ago for free distribution among th
Hawaiian people. Tho resolution
reads, In pait: "Whereas It is nil Im
portant that a better understanding bo
disseminated amongst uativo Hawaii
ana with regard to tho work of the
llureau of Agriculture nnd Forestry In
all Its functions: und
"Whereas, sucli con only be done by
disseminating certain Information In
the possession of said llureau among
them of those conditions iiecullar and
applicable to tiem.
"Thercrnro bo it resolved that tin
forester, Kntomologlst or other ofllcer
of said Hoard mako 'visitations' to tin
other Islands as often us convenient
nt least once each quarter, particular
ly In thoBo localities where native Ha
wanaiiB nro more or less settled nml
Imparl Information dlrectl) to them
Thu Kducat'loual Committee recoin
mended tho pasasgo or Shingle's Dili
No. 143, to establish and piovlde f"i
tho maliitcnunco of the Library of IM
wull. The same committee ulso re
ported favorably on Long's Illll, II II.
SO, to provide for thu dlsosltIon of
the proceeds arising fiom agricultural
and Industrial pursuits In certain
WANTSJIS $50 FEE
In the divorce case of Palatini vs
Palatini, Attorno .Strauss has
brought proceedings lu contempt of
court It appeals thai .Strauss fee
of (50 has nut been paid and he now
Is trying lo mover It The uise will
bo heard before Judge Llndsav on
the 27th lusl.
Hun Kruuelsio tchool superintendent
charges Kprlng Valley with iinjustl) In
creasing wulir tolls.
jV v V "
Money earns more money
but not if it is left in the pro
In our Bank, it will brinfj
you 4Vi per cent, interest,
Our small saving- banks for
the home tench you lo sate.
Call and nsk for one today.
Bank of Hawaii, Ltd.,
Fort and Merchant Sts.
Capital and surplus $1,000,000
Old-stylo straight Ken
tucky llourbnn. Conti
nental was thu fnvorlto
of the Southern gentry
of "hcronh tho war" pe
riod. 'A good, honest,
friendly old whiskey ."
V ' "pjoocR
& Co., Ltd.,
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ti-ti'ttJot cr ltrrwui
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'V hf net NiuW
HORSES FOR SALE
Arrived psr Lurline '
DRAY AND DRIVINQ
Broken and Unbroken
Week-end tickets sold on Saturday
and Sunday over the Oahn Bailway
to Haleiwa cost, two dollars and. are
good to return up to Monday night.
ALAKEA AND MERCHANT
Brown & Lyon Co.
You Want Electrio Wiring Dono or
Private Telephone Installed or Dry
Eatteries, call the
UNION ELECTRIC CO.,
Harrison Block. Phone 315.
Chas. R. Frazier
fhone 371. 122 King St.
flr ft I u . .?
ssm. I... M
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY '
Toko Laxative Rromo Quinin
Tablets. All druggists refund
the money if it fitiU to euro.
H. W. Grove's biynaturc is on
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sUsWsatu ii nw I'wWJJaosllll