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RVEN1N0 nUU.ETIN, HONOMJ1.TJ, T. !!.. miDAY, MAUCH 2d, 1909.
stands nlonc ns the world's finest hosiery: EVERY WOMAN
KNOWS THAT. But every woman DOES NOT KNOW of
the improvements in ONYX HOSIERY for 1009.
To find your hosj as good at night as when you put
them on in the morning, get a pair of ONYX HOSE.
A new assortment just opened for Men, Women, and
LADIES, ONYX HOSE in Black, White, Tons. Pink,'
Light Blue, Cardinal, Grey, and shades of Lavender.
LADIES' PLAIN LISLE HOSE from 10 pr. upwd.
LADIES' COTTON OAUZE HOSE from 35 pair up.
LADIES' LISLE GAUZE HOSE from 50 a pair up.
LADIES' ALL LACE HOSE from 35 a pair up.
LADIES' LISLE GAUZE LACE ANKLE, 5C tir vn
LADIES' LISLE GAUZE," all lace, 50 pair up.
LADLES' OUTSIZES, 35tf pair and up.
CHILDREN'S RIBBED HOSE, 25 a pair and up.
MISSES' PLAIN HOSE, 3H pair and up.
MISSES' GAUZE HOSE, 50 a pair and up.
MISSES' LACE ANKLE, 50jr pair and up.
Infant's Onyx SocRs
in White, Block, 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.
We, Uio undersigned, V O. 1IUVIN and K. I. SPALDING, Trustees
under Deed of Trust dated Janunry 24, 190:!, made by HAWAIIAN SU
GAK COMPANY to the undersigned lib Trustees, hereby give notice to tho
bondholders o( tho Hawaiian Sugar Company of the election of Bald Com
pany to redeem and pay, and of tho redemption, and payment of tho
following numbered bonds of said Company on tho K1HST DAY OP
AI'KIL., 1909, at the ofllca of tho MKHCANTIM-: THUST COMPANY OF
SAN KUANCISCO In the City and County of San Francisco, State of Cal
I 60 12G 181 24G 306 382 402
3 Gl 128 18S 247 307 390 453
4 C5 130 1SG 249 311 393 405
G 72 131 187 . 251 313 384 457
G 74 '132 188 252 318 396 458
12 75 137 189 2G3 319 397 460
13 7G 138 190 255 320 398 461
14 81 139 191 257 321 399 462
17 83 140 193 258 323 400 465
20 84 141 197 2G0 324 402 466
21 85 142 199 2G2 326 403 467
23 86 143 201 261 329 409 468
24 88 145 202 265 333 410 474
25 S! 14T 204 266 239 419 475
26 90 149 210 268 340 420 480
28 VI 150 211 271 341 421 482
29 92 1C3 214 272 343 421 483
30 93 ins 215 273 344 426 485
33 95 160 21G 278 345 429 487
37 99 161 218 280 347 430 488
41 102 164 222 288 348 431 439
42 103 166 226 289 351 432 491
45 101 167 228 290 352 433 493
46 100 168 233 291 354 434 494
18 107 169 234 292 360 438 495
49 109 170 235 293 361 440 COO
CO 113 171 227 294 362 442
,54 114 172 239 298 363 144
C6 115 173 241 299 365 445
'57 119 175, 242 301 268 47
T8 122 176 243 302 374 448
C9 123 184 245 303 375 149
The holders of above numbered bonds nre hereby notified to present
for payment of principal and interest to April 1st ,1909, and surrender
bald bonds at the place and on the date last above mentioned, and that
after April Ht, 1909, all Interest on said bonds numbered as aforesaid
(.hull cease .
Honolulu, T. II., I'ebrunry 4, 1909.
W. G. IRWIN,
L I. SPALDING,
Trustees under suld Hawaiian Sugar
at the automobiles, buggies and car
riages we have recently overhauled
7HEN SEE US.
W. W. Wright Go,
King Street near South
Company Ttust Deed.
BENNY & CG LTD.,
And Buyers' Of
415 Queen St.
Phone 443. '
Best Printing T TF T) p" V'Q Islnd Orders
and Developing VJ VJ JLvXvJL X O" Given Prompt Attention
(Continued from Paee 1)
steads, $714; additional appropria
tions for present biennial period,
In making his comment, Senator
Knlrchlld Bounded a note of warning
ftgnlnst icckless appropriations nnd
called nttcntlon to the fact that the
Governor's appropriation bill jet re
mains to be considered. Ho took
occasion to nslj all committee chair
men having business carrying appro
priations In their possession to pro
vide him with memoranda concern
ing tho amounts at the earliest pos
Action on tho Governor's veto of
Houso Illll No. 17, tho tenement
house bill, was deferred until Mon
House Illll No. 99, proUdlng for
the appointment of deputy sheriffs In
stead of their election, ns under tho
present law, proved tho most pro
ductive of interest of nil) thing that
has como up this week.
"Defer" Makekau wus tho first to
tako n crnilc at the bill, and ho mov
ed that It be tabled forthwith. Chll
llngwortli opposed him, nnd he was
induced to withdraw his motli'ii.
Chllllngworth then made u talk,
In support of the bill. Said lie:
"To begin with, It Is certainly not
tho custom to treat bills coming up
from tho House In any such summary
manner. Thoy at least should bo
given some consideration.
"Hut in this case I believe that we.
should bo very careful not to tako
tnnp Judgment. Tho present system
Is rotten. We have tho spectacle of
u Democratic Sheriff here, being re
sponsible for the actions af Republi
can deputies over whose appointment
he has nq control.
"As long ns tho Sheriff Is respon
sible for tho actions of tho men Im
mediately under him, he should bo
allowed to choose his men. I nm a
Republican, but 1 do not believe the
position In which the Sheriff of this
County Is placed Is u fnli one. I
move that this hill puss 11 rut read
ing." President Smith said that ho did not
want to violate tho rules by discussing
tho matter from tho chair, but -that ho
had been opposed to tho plan of elect
ing deputy sheriffs from the start. Lit
er ho descended to tho lloor In fnvor of
VIce-PreBldeut Kalania, and spoke
against tho bill.
"I hnvo had considerable experence,
both ns a sheriff itnd n prosecuting of
ficer, and I opposed tho present scheme
when tho law as It now stands was
passed," said lie. "I know of no other
placo where sheriffs, responsible for
tho acts of their deputies, hao not tho
power to appoint them."
Coclho wanted tho present law to
stand, with amendments ghlng tho
deputy sheriffs tho power tii appoint
the policemen In their various districts,
thus taking that matter out of the
hands of tho sheriffs entirely. Tho bill
finally pnssed flrBt reading nnd wos re
feried to tho Senato as a Committee
of tho Whole for future consideration.
House Illlls 96 and 120, providing
for tho setting aside of lands as pub
lic parks ut Hilo, favorably reported
by the Public Lands Committee, pass
ed second reading through tho adop
tion of tho committee reports.
Houso Dill No. 53, which provides
that tho laws passed by tho Legisla
ture may ho published In newspapers
other than thoso published In Hono
lulu, which wus tabled yesterday on
motion of Senator Coclho, was re
considered this morning on motion
or tho Maui Senator.
Publish Laws Anywhere
It brought up considerable discus
sion .Senator Moore talking against
it earnestly. President Smith also
opposed It, but It passed second read
ing by n vote of seven to five. Sen
ator Harvey voted with the "nes."
In talking ngalnist the bill, Sena
tor Smith said that Honolulu being
tho capital of the Territory, Is the
logical placo to havo tho law pub
lished, such being the practice in
other States and Territories.
SenatortI!uker Introduced three res
olutlons, one praying for the division
of tho Island of Hawaii into two
Counties, one nsklng for tho erection
of a school-house In the South Koua
district, and one asking for n wharf
ut Nukapo, South Komi.
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
WAITY BLD0. 74 S. KING ST.
The first went lo tho Hawaii dele
gation for consideration, while the
Inst two were referred to the Com
mittee on I'ducatlon and the Public
Lands Committee rcspccthcly.
Action on Senator Chlliingworth's
resolution, opposing tho appointment
of liinlulanders to Federal offices lu
this Territory, was deferred until
Monday next. Tho resolution has
been somewhat amended by tho Ju
diciary Committee, and it is desired
to hne copies In the hands of the
Senators when It conies up for consideration.
Harvey presented a resolution call
Ing for the Incorporation into tho
appropriation bill of (1200 'or tho
examination of lepers. It went to
the Health Committee.
linker then presented a second
wharf, resolution. Tlili called for
the appropriation of Sin, 000 fur Hip
construction of a wharf at Honunpo,
Hawaii. It went to the Publle Linds
Action on Senate Illll No. 8.1, ac
knowledgment of signatures on writ
ten instruments, wns deferred until
Senate Illll. No. 115, taking the
forestry appropriation out of tho
icgular appropriation,! bill and tack
ing it onto the Immigration and ion-
servnllou law, passed third rending.
House Illll No. 85, militia enroll
ment, went up to the Military Com
mittee. Houso Illll No. 94, commer
cial paper, wont to the Judiciary
Committee; House 1)111 No. 1 00, at
tachments, went to the same com
mittee; Houso Illll No, 146, pounds,
went to the Public Lands Commit
tee. The followlng'lillls passed bpcoiiiI
Senate Illll 114, providing pay for
physicians who are called to exam
ine leper suspects; Senate Illll 111,
Tho bill granting exemption from
taxation for two years to all real
and personal property used In the
production of tobacco, was sidestep
ped until tomorrow.
A communication from Secretary
Mott-Stnlth was received announcing
that tho Governor hud signed tho
Sennto Illll No. 53, Act 35, An Act
Making Additional Appropriations
Tor the Departmental Use of the Ter
ritory for (ho Illciinlnl Period Had
ing tho Thirtieth Day of June, A. D,
Sennto nill No. 71, Act 36, An Act
to Appropriate Money for the Pay
ment of the Trustees of tho Kstato
of llcrnlce Pauahl lllshop for tlio
Taking of Certain Lands by tho Ter
ritory. House Illll No. 87, Act 37,"An"Act
to Amend Section 2928 and Section
2931 of tho Revised Laws of Huwnll.
Houso Hill No. 18, Act 38, An Act
to Amend Section 1660 of tho Revis
ed Law 8 of Hnwull, as Amended by
Act 31 of tho Session Laws or 1905,
Relating to tho Appointment and
Itcmovul of District Magistrates.
Senate Illll No, 61, Act 39, An Act
to Provldo for Validating tho Incor
poration ot Railway and Transporta
tion Companies) Heretofore Incorpor
ated Under Chnrtcrs Granted by tho
Treasurer of tho Territory of Hawaii
with tho Consent of tho Governor, or
by Their Predecessors In Office, and
Ccrtnln Contracts Made and Acts and
Proceedings Had Under Said Char
ters and Amendments Thereto, and
In Reference Thereto, and tho Grunt
House Illll No. lfi, Act 40, An Act
Providing for tho Mulntcunnco and
Support of the lVimlly of a Deceased
Person Pending tho Administration
of Ills Kstate.
House Illll No. 140, Act 41, An Act
Authorizing tho Payment or Certain
Persons for Services Actually Ren
dered to the City und County of Ho
nolulu, Senato Illll No. 61, Act 42, An Act
to Amend Sections 186, 187, and 188
of tho Revised Luws Relating to tho
Department of Public Instruction,
Semite Illll No, 45, Act 43, An Act
lo Provide for Service on Corpora
House Illll No. 134. Act 44, An Act
to Amend Chapter 217 of the Revised
Luws of Hawaii, Relutlng to Gam
bling, by Adding Thereto Two New
Sections, to bo Known as Section
3175A nnd Section 31 7511. ,
House Illll No. 65, Act 45, An Act
to Provide for Indeterminate Sen
tences for Certain Felonies,
Semite Hill No. 91, Act 46, An Act
Relating to the Militia, Amending
Sections 133, 134, 136, 137, 139,
140, 114, 149, 150, 153 1G5 nnd 165
of the Revised Liiuh or Hawaii, Add
ing New Sections Thereto to bo
Known us Sections 13GA, 13GA,
1.'I6II, 136C, 152A, 15211, 1G6A,
162A, mid 16211, und Repealing Sec
lions 130, 141, 112, 1G9, mid 166.
JESSE M, 8MITH DEAD Washing
ton, March 11 Jesso M. Smith, for 20
cniH auditor of tho Interstate coin
liieicu ('ommlhsloii, oli-iau iiuifi del
ate holdler und railroad expeit, died
hero lodii), used 02, ,
PnntlnnPfl from Pat
consideration of the oto went oer tn
Tho Democratic member who seem
ingly threw uiwiy their chnnco )estei
day to give Sheriff Jnrrell the right
to appoint n deputy of his own polltlcnl
faith by opposing tho passage of the
Republican bill providing for the ap
pointment of deputy sheriffs by shot
KTs lu the other counties got urtnind
the obstacle this morning by liuvlng
Knmmioulii, who voted for the bill es
tvrday, Introduce n hill this morning
profiling that Instead of deputy sher
iffs for the. various districts of the
City und County of Honolulu being
elected, they shall be upimlntcd by tho
Sheriff, with the approval of the Hoard
Helps the Dayt.
Houso Illll GO, by Long, providing j
that tho money realltcd from the sale
oi agricultural ami oilier products o(
the Lnhalnnlunn Seminary und the
Wnlaleo Industrial School shall bo
used by tho Uoard of l-Miicatlnn for
tho maintenance, of those schools
pnssed thlid reading nnd goes to the
A Flih Dill.
Makekau Introduced a bill to pro
lillilt catching llsh by means of an)
trnp, net, seine or other contrivance
having a mesh smaller than three
Inches stretched or one nnd one-half
Inches square, Tho bill, however, ex
cepts from Its provisions forty-lhret
kinds of Hawaiian fish.
The Goou Bill.
Mnkckuu'H gooso bill, amended b
Knnlhn so ns to permit of the Hawaii
an goose being kept In captivity II
there Is no Intent to destroy It, passed
third rending without debate. The
amendment Is Intended t oallow.of the
llamillau gooso being kept In captiv
ity. Hut it must not bo killed or IU
nest distill bed for four years.
Shingle's library bill, No. 143, to es
tablish and maintain the Library of
Hawaii, met with prompt and tgoious
opposition from Rico when It wus tak
en up on third rending.
Tho Territory has no money to np
proprlato for libraries, ho said. He
sides, Mr. Shlnglo hns said that tho
things that nro for tho benefit or Oahii
should bo pnld for by Oahii the Pro
motion Committee and other things.
Rice, therefore, moved that Section 4.
to appropriate J10.000 a year, be
Shlnglo asked that this amendment
bo deferred. Ho Intimated very seri
ously that there Is something back of
tho measure about which the other
honorablo members nro not Informed
Ho nsked that action on tho amend
ment bo deferred until ho might hnvo
a chanco to consult with the Governor
and try to get his permission to ex
plain the real Intent of tho measure.
The Houso neceeded to his wishes mid
defened action until Monday.
Sennto Hill 92, which provides that
Instead of plans of land shall not ho
accepted ror record by tho Registrar
ot Cotneyunces, to tho end that tliero
shall hereafter bo no plans recordeil
In tho record books, hut Instead that
thcro shall bo n slnglo method of filing
plans in tho archives of the ofllco of
tho Reglstrnr of Conveyances, passed
the Houso on third reading.
Tho Houso took up for consideration
Senato Joint Resolution 2, to confirm
In their titles the holders of land held
prior to tho Great Mnhelc. It passed
At 10:30, nil other business being
cleared up, tho veto wns again culled
up, but Doiithltt wns not ready to net
on It, and nt his request consideration
was deferred until tomorrow morning
CARNEGIE WILL GIVE
'Continued from Pace t)
"An agreement has been re.irli,.,t
with tho trustees or the Honolulu h
rnry by which. It wo cot tho Carneein
building, they will turn over to the
new icrrltorlal library their 20,000 vol
limes ns a stnrtcr. They will also sell
their present property and turu tho
proceeds Into an endowment fund
I-ioni thl wo would get an Income nf
nbout J6000 a year, nearly two third
or what tho Territory Is nsked to ap
propriate. This money could bo used
for paying tho running expenses, and
o woiiiu nuvo tho 110,000, or some
thing like thut. to buy new bnnku -n,
Tenltory would hardly think of spend
nig less man tlmt each )eur ror the
upkeep of the library. So jou kee (hut
by passing this bill the Terrllorj
would acquire nearly a quarter of a
million dollurs worth of priqierly and
ull It would cost us would ho this Sin,.
uu a enr.
"Tlio library would not he Mr llono
lulu ulone. It would he a Terrltorlul
Institution. The Idea is to make It u
ciicululliig library, tho oimies being
Kent out to the other Islands. Other
libraries could also bo supplied Willi
books, whlch'would ho loaned to Hiem
Hooks could by bent tp.jiuc ailouu
tcl-.ools throtitihout the Islands
We would prnbablv haw1 n chl'
i en's reading room In the library, too,
win re thev could come nnd read mil
study nfler school hours "
Asked ns In the promised site for the
Hew llbiiii. the Governor said he had
rot got ns far ns that yet, though sev
eral locations bnve been suggested
among thim the "gore," though the
Governor thought that, being bounded
b three streelB, that might bo too
iioIb.v n place Another plnce suggest
id Is the nrereiit silo of tho old bung
nlnw, which would he quiet and almost
Ideal. Or the Carnegie library might
be built ndjilulng Hie Archives build
Ing, making the latter one wing of the
library I low over, said Governoi
Kiear, It Is pretty eaily now to begin
tulklng of a bite lief oio we Get the
money from Mi. Carnegie.
The bill lo which the Governor has
lererenco came luuily being killed in
tho Houso this morning. It was called
up when Its filends were not expecting
II, and Rice opposed It ou tho ground
thut the library would bo merely n Ho
iiolitlu Institution. Aflonso, howocr
saved It for the time being by necurlni.
n iKislponi'incnt of action on It until
Mondii), h which time the friends of
tho mensure hoie to bo nblo to win
over enough votes to seo it through
the House, especially Jrt low or the
new light that will be thrown upon H
by the Governor's statement Unit Mr
Carnegie Is to give a largo sum id
money for the election of a snltubli
WHAT ARMY AND NAVY
FOLK ARE DOING
Major Uing, commander of the
murines stationed In Camp Very, Is
adding impiovenicnts in and around
the camp. A new largo amusement
building Is being elected near the
mess-hull, it Is forty feet long and
twenty feet wide nnd, when com
pleted, it will be one of tho best
looking structures in tho camp. The
building will be culled tho Music
Mujor Long hns gladly accepted
tho proffered services or Captain H.
Ilergcr, leader or the Hawaiian Hand,
to Instruct tho Marine bund or twenty-eight
pieces. The musicians arc
now hard at work, and before lonrj
tho sen-soldlcr will bo marching
through the streets with their own
Major Long and his staff nre look
ing for mounts. They have inquired
around about the prlco of horses.
For the quartermaster's depart
ment a dray Is being made by Col.
Zlegler. As time passes, more carts
will be built for the men. Tho mules
will he furnished by G. Schumau
Major Long decided to malco pur
chases here in order to encourage
Another public Inspection ot the
marines wilt ho made April 5 ut At
kinson Park. The Inspection will
commence ut 1U:1G o'clock In the
morning mid tho Hawaiian Hand will
be piesent to participate in tho pa
rade. Hereafter public parades will
bo given In the morning every Tues
day, Wednesday, and Friday,
Iloatswntn P. J. Kinney, U. S. N.,
Is temporarily tho commandant of
the Naval Station, Captain Corwln
P. Rces, the regular commandant ot
the station here, is III and Is con
fined to his bed at the Pleasanton
Hotel, mid Lieut. Comdr, Moses Is
During tho absence ot Lieut. Com
mander Moses, Captain of the Yard,
and Captain Itees, confined to his
bed, it became necessary tor Kinney
to hold down tho lid ot the Naval
Station. Ho represents Captain Itees
during his Illness, hut all the order
and Instructions como direct from
Captain Itees and Hoatswuln Kinney
simply execute them.
Civil Engineer Parke, who haj
chargo of tho construction of Pearl
Harbor fortification work. Is also
sick, having been confined to his bed
for the last three days,
FINECj JAY APPEAL
Tho thirty-four Chinese who wei
urrested in tlio Aknai laid on Siiuda
night, wero found guilty b Judge An
ilrndo )eslerduy afternoon, mid were
euch fined $5 mid SI costs The cuso
drugged out ull day, and did not finish
till S o clock. A lurge number of
Celestials attended the court, and took
u great Interest In the ense Judge
Hiimphrejs defended the accused Chin
eso mid put up 11 strenuous light 011 his
There Is much talk of an nppenl be
ing taken to the upper couit for final
Bulletin Business Office Phone 25G.
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185,
Money cams more money
but not if it is left in the pro
. In our Bank, it will bring
yon 4Vi per cent, interest,
Our small raving banks for
the home teach you to sate.
Call and usk for one today.
Bank of Hawaii, Ltd.,
Fort and Merchant Sts.
Capital find surplus $1,000,000
HORSES FOR SALE
Arrived per Lurlinc
DKAY AND DRIVING
Broken and Unbroken
Week-end tickets sold on Saturday
and Sunday over the Oahn Railway
to Haleiwa cost two dollars nnd are
jood to return up to Monday night.
ALAKEA AND MERCHANT
Brown & Lyou Co.
ifort Want Electric. Wiring Done or
Private Telephone Installed or Dry
Batteries, call the
UNION ELECTRIC CO.,
Harrison Block. Phone 315.
Phone 371. 122 King St. I
All Hand Work. Laces,
Gloves, Feathers Promptly
Cleaned. 258 Beretania;
made by woman immigrants from
MRS. J. ROSENBERG
Rooms 0 and 10 Youns; Hotel Bldcr.
Wing Wo Tai & Co.
941 NUUANU ST.
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