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EVENING mJU.BTIN, HONOLULU, T. H., SATURDAY, MAR. 27, 1909.
some thing or some
burden of housekeeping
but there is nothing that
does it with fewer
wrinkles than the soap
that is home grown. It
Pau Ka - Hana
will do more and in less
time than any soap
made because it is pure
soap. If your grocer
cannot supply notify the
Honolulu Soap Works
or Fred L. Waldron,
NOTICE OF REDEMPTION OF BONDS OF
HAWAIIAN SUGAR- COMPANY. -
We. tho umlcrslsnoil, W. O. IRWIN ami K. I. SPALDING, Trustees
under Deed of Trust ilntcil Jnnunry 21, 1902, matlo by HAWAIIAN SU
fiAIt COMPANY tu tho unrforslEncil iih Ti unices, liercliy fc'lvo nutlce to tho
hoifilhohlcrs or tliu Hawaiian KtiKiir Company of tfio election of'uahl Com
liany to icjlccm ami iay, ami of tlia redemption and payment of tlio
following numbered bonds of Bald Company on tho KIItST DAY Of
AI'UII.. 1900. nt llio otneo of tlio mkkcantim: TRUST COMPANY OP
SAN I'UANCISCO In tlio City and County of San l-'rnuclsco, State of Cal
ifornia, to-WIt: - . " i
1 CO 125 181 21ft 300 382 4G2
:i ni 128 isn , 247 sui r.au 45J
4 c.'i 1:10 isc ; 2la , an aas " 455
, C 72 131 187 251 -. 313 31)4 457
' 0 71 .132 188 -v' 262 318 - 390 458
12 75 137 189 253 319 397 4C0
''13 70 138 190 "255 320 3D5 4BI
11 M 139 191 , 2C7 321 399 42
17 S3 110 193 SftS , 323 400 405
2) SI 14l 197 2lio ' 321 102 4fl0
,21 S5 113, 199 202 320 ,,403 407
,, 23 KG 143 201 2 I 329 "409 408
'6 21 SS 115 202 205 333 110 471
f.25 89 1 IT 201 ' 200. 339 419 475
20 0 .. 119 210 20S 340 420 480
,28 l 160 211' 271 311 121 4S2
29 92 153' 214 272 413 421 483
30 93 16a 215 273 311 i.20 485
',33 95 100 210 278 315 429 487
? 37 99 101 218 2X0 - 317 430 488
Ml 102 101 2.22- 288 318 431 4SD
;42 . 103 100 220 2S9 351 432 491
;4B jlQI K.7 ' 2JS 290 352 433 493
''10 100 108 233 291 351 431 494
J-US 107 109 231 292 300 438 495
'"'-tU-ft-.. 109 , 17(1 .235 I 293 ' 301 410 500
50 ' i'lTJ yi7l 237 29 1 302 412
61 111 172 239 298 203 411
60 115 173 241 299 305 415
67 . ' 119 175 242 301 308 17
58 .122 17G 213 302 371 118 ,
. 69 - -Nl23 ' 183 245 303 375 149 '
The holders nf ubova numbered bonds are hereby notified to present
fin pajmrnt of principal and Interest to April lBt ,1909, mid surrender
Enid bonds at tho placo and on tho dato last above montloncd, and that
nftor April 1st, 1909, all Infcrost on said bonds liumborod as aforesaid
tliall (.onto .
1 Honolulu, T. H., IVbrunry 4, 1909.
W, O. mwrN,
, 13. I, SPAI.UINH,
' ' Tnibtccs under Raid Hawaiian Sugar
Company Trust Deed.
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nt the automobiles, buggies and car
riages we have recently overhauled
THEN SEE US.
W. . Wright Co;.
King Street near South
,." t'- ',.v
to bear the
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And Buyers Of
415 Qieen St. '
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(Continued from Pace 1)
bill iih amended panned Its Dual rend
lui; b) a Nolo of 27 In 2.
Sennlo If II 2IS, to repeal Section
269 of the ltovlsecl Laws, relntlnc lo
covenants for rcncwnl tit miction of
erlnl!! (lovurnmcnt lenses, on tho
order of the day for third read I up.
was deferred until Monday, Hlco Btnt
ItiK that bo believed Congress hud
passed an nmoudment to tho Organic
Act nfTccttnc this section mid ho
wanted to wait until he could bo
sure bcfoio having to voto on the
Clerks Ad Xibitum
House Hill 1C3, Introduced by the
ludlclnry Committee giving the Chief
Justice and the I'lrst .Itulco of the
flrrult Court authority to appoint
lerks. stenogrnphers, bailiffs, libra
rians, mid messengers, nd lib., for
the Supremo and Circuit Courts, and
Jittlliilng tho powers ami duties of
"ourt clcrlis, was put on tsl third
'ending on motion of Douthltt. Kn
niho wanted to know how It would
tie if llio Jmlgn wanted to appoint
ten clerks for ono court. Douthltt
'cpllcd Hint it would do no good to
ippolnt clerks for whoso pay the
i.eglsinturo did not appropriate. Kit
illio, however, was not convinced.
Io believed tho provision entlicly
.oo general, mid wanted it stricken
ut. Douthltt, whoso faith, conn
lenco, trust In tho uprightness and
nfiiltlblllty of tlio Judges Is rcnlly
touching, wns suro no Judgo would
ivcr do uiiythlug wrong, and thought
t vory Improper for any member ov
ir to suggest that Their Honors
Aould work nny gnmo on tho linn
jrablo Legislature. Kan llio was still
iinconvlnecil, but ho subsided, say
ng, reslgnnlly, that the House might
ry tho experiment and see what
Tho bill passed third reading, 29
The Lobster Bill
Tho ficnk "lobster bill," to pro
llhit the snlo of nny but a fow v.v
-letles of Iced flsh, was recommended
'or pnssago by tho Health and Po
lice Committee with tin amendment
which enumerates the flsh that may
not bo preserved on Ico Instead of
those tuht may. Thlrty-nlno varlo
'les of Ilsli nro labonrd.
House Wants Air-Brakcs
Correa's nlr-hrnka bill, n measure
ii force tho Hlrect-car company to
Install nlr-brukcs on lis cars, found
favor In tho oca of tho Health and
Police Committee, which reenmmend
si'l its pnssago with nn nmennment to
excliulu from tho provisions of tho
mensiiro cars not exceeding In
wolght fourteen tons unloaded. The
Commltteo had satisfied Itself that
with ihn lighter cars tho present
brakes used aro offcctlvo.
Knmnhu Introduced a resolution
for tho nppioprlntlon of $50,000 to
bo used us fnlUfws: Kxtendlng
School streot to Knujehanieha IV
road, J15, 0(10; extending Auld lane
to School street, $3000; extending
Vineyard street from I.lllha street
to Asylum road, $15110; purchasing
rlglil-of-wny and constructing snmo
from tho north end of .ludd Hlrect to
Pun o Kanmlli Cemetery, $3000;
ilght-of-way- anil construction from
mnna lano to Kuaklul street, thence
thing Sercnii lano to Judd street,
Mnkekau had n letnlutlon for tho
iippioprlatlou of $15,000 to open a
now Government road from tho l.itidi
lug at Nnpoopon to Hookona, n dis
tance of seven miles.
Two Counties ,
A petition signed hyllfty citizens
mil taxpayers of tlio Second Itepin-(dilutive-
District, asking the I.egls
latuio to dvldo tho County of Ha
waii Into two Counties, was present'
ed by KnwowelilJ
That Volante Claim
The long-standing claim of O. Tol
Icfhcn fur tho loss of his sloop Vo
lante on March 29, 1902, at Waikolu,
Maul, while loaned to Superintend
ent Jack McVeigh, camo before tlio
Legislature once more, through a pe
tition from Toflcfscn that ' tho Legis
lature appropriate $260 to pay him
fur tho lost vessel. The 1905 Legis
lature voted In appropriate $260, but
tho Item was vetoed by (loveruor
No Balm for Like
The Miscellaneous Commltteo sat
on Llku'u weird bll providing that
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
' WATTY BLD0. 74 S. KING t
laborers shall bo paid on legal boll-
uujn. ituiiimi iinu iuiuaiiii uiti not
concur, but tlif report recommend
ing the tnhllng of the hill wns adop
A Mixed Committee
The Miscellaneous Commltteo was
badly mixed up, over House III I 78,
relating to bonds nf County oftlcors.
A mnjorlty report favored -tho ta
bling of the bill, while- Chairman
rt'nrlcy submitted a minority report,
invoring tno passage or Hie bill.
Itoth reports wero deferred until
Monday for consideration.
Tho Commltteo was similarly di
vided over Senate ill I 77. relating
to tho bonds of City and County of-'
llcern, to this matter was also de
ferred. A Belief Measure
AfTonso Introduced n bill "for tho
relief of tho llllo Klcctrlc" Light Co.,
Ltd.," which passed first reading.
Tho hill rarrles nn appropriation of
$410.17 to pay the company for light
Ing, supplies,' etc., for HJIiJ from
Dec. 31, 1900, to Jtllio 30, 1904.
A Veto Message
The llouso took n recess of 15
minutes to nwalt a message from tho
(lovirnor. When It arrived, It was
found to be n veto of House Hill
t.16, Introduced by Cohen, to ralso
tho lncomo tnx exemption from $1,
000 to $1500.
Tho House, on motion of Cohen,
tho father of tho bill, Immediately
moved to sustain tho veto, and tho
motion carried Without; opposition.
Hlco miido thd'statement that tho
dcfectlvo bill 4uul been drawn by an
attorney nnd approved by tho At
torney (ienerul, nflcr which sar
castic remark ho moved that Alfon
so's House Hill 3, which amends tho
same section of the Hovlscd Laws
Section 1278-whlch Cohen's bill
was Intended to amend, and which
wns tabled Bomo time ago, be tnktn
off tho table. This was done, thus
saving-two readings of u new meas
Alfonso's hill was different In char
acter from Cohen's Act, being an
amendment of tho same, section of
tho Hcvleed Laws, can easily bo so
amended as to cover tho Intent of
Cohen's measure:' This la what will
be done, nnd somo time In the on
netment ot a substitute bill will thus
Tho text ot tho Governor's veto Is
"I return herewith, without, my
approval, Houso Hill No. 130. en
titled 'An Act to Ainoml Section
1278 qr the HcvIsedlLawa as, Amend
ed by Act 87 of tho Scission Laws of
1905 Relating to Income Tax.'
"Tho bill purports to umond the
ontlre section, but It omits tho last
paragraph, which defines taxation pe
rlods. It remedies this omission In
part by defining taxation periods as
to persons hut docs not do so as to
corporations. Thus thero would be
at loast n very grave rnitllonvwlietli
Vr tho Income tax as n. whole could
be construed ns defining taxation po
rlods for corporations, and therefore
whether tho law could be enforced
"The sauio oversight wns mo do by
tho last Leglsln'turo, thereby neces
Minting a veto, and probably was due
to n failure to turn over tho leaf ot
tho session laws wherp tho section
Is printed; the llrst paragraph ends
at the bottom of n pa go and has the
npponrunco of constituting tho en
tire section. Tho mtstako Is ono
that can easily ho remedied by" n
now bill." ,
A New law t
In n communication from-tho Sec
retary of the Interior, the House was
Informed that the Governor had sign
ed the following bill:
Houso lllll Nn, 117, Act 48, An Act
to Amend Soctlons 1299 and 1300 of
Jim Hovlscd Iiws nf Hawaii, Relat
ing lo Stamp Duties.
,TAKE8 STRAIGHT FALL8Halt.
inoie, Mil., March 17. Wrestler Oils
Scliociik-ln of this city tonight defeat
ed Hob Monegoff of Asia' in two
straight falls, c:ilcb as entch .con.
MUD HINDERS WALKER Poiigh-
kecpslo, N. V., March 17. After nn
eight hour rest at Flshklll,- lMward
Payson Weston set out from there
early todav on tho third stngo of his
trump from New York to Ban Fran
cisco. Muddy rouds had hindered him
Henedetto Mollo of San Kranclbco,
confesses thatrho Bel firo to his own
P. H, BURNETTE
Com'r. of Deeds for California and
New York; NOTARY PUBLIC;
Grant- Marriage Licenses; Draws
MortfjaRcs. Deeds, Bills of Sale,
Leascs,.Wills, Etc. Attorney for the
District Courts. 79 MERCHANT ST.
HONOLULU; PHONE 310.
5. CENT CJGAB
M. A. Gunst & Co.
FORI AND KINQ BTBEBTS.
tl 92bj tao.ii wmmuoa)
Hon carried and tho Senate turned
Its attention to other matters. I
A communlcntlon from tho Gov
ernor, announcing that he hud vloed
tho lncomo tnx bill, wns received,
unsigned. This wns the signal for
mote dlsutsslnn nnd debate. Klnallyl
n reress wns tnken and tho message!
. (ii wa inu iiintu Usui mu lilVDUUa i
went back to the Governor.
Aftor the veto was returned In
proper form, McCarthy moved that
Action on House Hill No. 130, the
vetoed law, bo reconsidered. The
Governor's veto wns sustained by
unnnlmous consent. .
Another Bill I
Senate Hill No. C, covering practi
cally tho same ground ns tho vetoed
bill, which McCarthy Introduced
early In the session, was then taken
fiom tho tnblo anil referred to tho
Judiciary Committee. It will bo
patched up and shot through to take
tho place ot the Ill-fated measure,
Action wns deferred In tho caso of
Scnnta Hill No. 68, relative to the
terms ot the Circuit Court. Chllllng
worth sounded a noto of warning
against tho custom of deferring ev
erything until the last minute, but
offered no objection when the vote
Senute Hill No. 104, providing for
tho liquidation ot certain unpaid
claims against the County ot Maul,
passed third reading, after a minor
amendment In regard lo a namo had
Senate lllll-No. Ill, collection of
delinquent taxes, passed third read
ing without nny opposition.
Monev For Doctors
Hereafter physlclnns who nro call
ed to examine leper suspects will bo
certain of receiving compensation.
Senato Hill No. 114, providing tor
such compensation, passed tho Sen
ato this morning without any oppo
House lillla Nos. 90 and 120, set
ting asldo cortnln public lands nt
llllo and designating them as public
parks, passed third reading.
Knudscn wanted to know why
llllo needed two parks, and nuked If
sho were following In tho trail of
Honolulu. "Last tlmo she wanted
flshmarkctsi now It Is parks," said
Woods said that tho land In ques
tion was not- suitable for cane Holds
uor for much else, and. that he
thought It might bettor be used for
parks than left Idle.
Coollio suggested that It might -be
used for flshmarkets, but wns brus
quely Informed that It lay on the
outskirts ot the city.
Senate Hill No. 123, the new spe
cial appropriation bill, went to the
Ways and Means Committee.
A Coelho Measure
This bill, Introduced by Coelho, Is
not an Administration measure,
though tho facts' nnd figures con
tnlned therein -were secured from
tho Superintendent' ot Public -Works.
Coelho stated ths morning that
there aro several Improvements much
ncedcil on the Island or Maul, and
that It was considered best to bring
the matter to tho attention ot the
Semite In tho form of a general ap
propriation bill, 'than to attempt any
special legislation. ?!J I
In a letter received from a Boston
business man, ho states:
"Not sincn-tho Moody meetings ot
1877, has Uoston been sojnoved. More
than fifty evangelists and singers' have
labored four weeks with 150 church
congregations ln-550 meetings, with uu
average attendance of moro than 1,000.
Tho last meeting was held on Sun
day evening, tho striking feature of
which wus that at 0.15 o'clock that
great Mechanic's Hull was filled with
11,000 peoplq but that as many mora
wero tbore waiting on' the outside un
able to get In, From a balcony win
dow tho writer looked down upon thtt
great throng without and thtn at the
liiimcnee audience within already be
ing swayed by tho magic waud of Mr.
Alexander, as ho led a chorus ofJOOO
In song, and thought that tho harvest
was truly ' plenteous.' It In now a
quostlon of 'reapers." I feel certain
that upwards of 1000 business men
ulono will Join tho churches In Uos
ton us n result 'of tbls giont movn
inont." Dr. Chapman will urrho on tho S.
fi, Mnkura 'next' week and spend n
day hero en routo to Australia. Ser
vices will ho held In Central Uiil'jn
Church, of which fuller notice will ap
pear a little, later.'
"You ought to b president you llko
to boss so well," said the Indignant
"If I was'" rejoined the Indignant
small boy "youM rant-tt be ray wife,
so"y'ofl"wulilb"biis,me7'' '- ,.
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MIL NEWS ffWED
IN TERSE PARAGRAPHS i
FUND FOR FULTON FETE. New
York, March 9. The New York alder
men today appropriated 1300.000 for
tho Hudson-I'iilton celebration next
CONFE8SES TO MURDER OF
SWEETHEART Ilaltlmore, March 3.
After-searching questioning today
John J. Miller confessed that It was hr
who shot nnd killed his sweetheart
Miss Ilcglna Heed, last night.
PURE FOQP LAW LIMITED. Dcf
Moines, la., March 9. Tho Iowa 8u
preme Court In a decision today hlil
that the pure food law applied to orig
inal packages and not to retail quantl
ties taken out nt largo receptacles
PIONEER OILMAN DIES Nov,
York, March 11. Kin II. Bryner, pros
Idont of section No. 7, Oil Company ol
California, and a pioneer in tho nil In
dustryrdled at his homo today In East
Orango from pneumonia.
AMERICAN DUCHESS LOSES SON
Paris, March 11. Francois, tho
year old son of the duchess do la Ito
chefoucauld, died today of meningitis
Tho duchess dn la ItocliefoucnuM Is n
daughter of tho late Senator Mltchel
SAN J08E ENOINEER DISAP
PEARS. Ban Jose, March 11. Her
man Dnnta, for 20 years employed n-
engineer nnd at other occupations In
Ilia county hospital, was given permls
slon on March 1 toicomo to this city
and has not been seen or heard from
BANK IN BAD SHAPE. Hnldwln
Wis., March 11 The Stnte bank ol
Baldwin Is In tho hands nf tho state
bnnklng commissioner. Unfortunate
speculation in western and southern
land Is th assigned cause. The bank
has- a capital Block ot 150,000 and do
posits of $216,000.
HEAVY LOSSES OF SHEEP.
Hock 8prlngs, Wyo March 11.
Knnrmous losses of sheep among thi
flocks of tho Ited Desert district an
reported as a result of' tho deep sunt
and tho Inability of the sheep to gel
to feed. Ono flock master Is reported
to have lost 10,000 head In the last
LAND FOR HOME8TEADER3
Washington, March 9. Hy un order oi
the Interior Department about 3.000.
000 acres of lind In tho counties nlotif
tho car teMi border of Wyoming are t
b thrown open at onco to homstcutl
orsi who will be allowed to take elthe
1C0 or 320 acres. The land can not hi
Irrigated and will bo of use for dr;
WILL BUY AEROPLANE, No
York, March 17. If mapy dtles of thi
United States aro as "up to date ar
Beattlo It will be necessary to cstab
llsh' more- aeroplane factories in thli
country. Harry Whitney Treat, presl
dent of tho Scattlo noroplano club, Ii
In Now York to buy an aeroplane foi
hla organization and to confer with tho
oraccre of the Aero Club of America
OLDEST IOWAN DIES Do
MolncB, la., March 11. Mrs. Ruth ile
I'horson, a noted character of this city
died today, agod 102 yearn. Sho win
tho oldest person In Iowa.
CORNELL PROFESSOR DIES Ith
aca, N. Y., March. 11. Mark Vernon
Sllngerland, a professor at Cornell
university, and well known as a con
tributor to scientific Journals, died
hero-today, aged 45.
Tho first class of Filipino physicians
trulned under tho American rule re
cently received their degrees from the
1'hlllpplnn Medical school In Manila.
San Jose society man- Jailed -joa
charge of attacking young girl,
Master bakors' Instituto to be held
at tho California State university.
Frank A. Arcbambault Is said to
hovo offered 1500,000 for the famous
Dolmonlco'a restaurant In New York
and Joseph Hln Delmonlco may agree
to a sale
A. hord of cattle wns found blocked
in. the snow near Nawcaatla. Col. Tho
Colorado Springs Humans Society had
hay sent to the animals and ahoy were
sftvod from starvation.
Mrs. Jana Wilklns, mother of the
late congressman. Uorlali Wllklns, who
for somo Ume waa editor of tho Wash
ington Tost, died at Maryavllic.O., at
tho ago ot 84.
Wllbcrt Healy, 17 years old. of
Hloomflcld, NV J., sneezed and recov
ered consciousness after being In a
ten days' tranco' as tho result of in-
Jmies received In a. basketball game.
A tariff revision propaganda to em
braco tho whole county was planned
at a conferenco In Nqw York, James
W. Van Cleave Is a leader of the move
ment. 'The Alamo co-oporatlvo colony or
ganized In Scattlo five years ago by
Dr. David N.- Mclnturff; has ceased to
exist Dr. Mclnturff has sold tho farm
of 3000 acres and'win engago in revival
Irlnco Ito, the resident-general of
Korea, has written to Mrv O'Brien, tho
American ambassador at Tokyo, deny
ing that American missionaries aro
urging Koreans to persist In tho revo
-.fc...urt&v.w XiJutei ,y.
Money earns more money
but not if it is left in the pro
In our Bank, it will bring
you 4Vi 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
HORSES FOR SALE
Arrived per Lurline
DEAY AND DRIVING
Broken and Unbroken
Week-end tickets sold on Saturday
and Sunday over the Oahu Railway
to Maletwa cost two dollars and are
eood to return up to Monday night.
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