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EVr.NtNO nUtAETtN, HONOLULU, T. 1!., MONDAY, MARCH 49, 1909.
Lace Trimmings and
Embroideries for Spring 1909
A SPLENDID ASSORTMENT; NEWEST EFFECTS IN HANDSOME
COLORED EMBROIDERIES WITH INSERTIONS TO MATCH.
PERSIAN EMBROIDERIES with bunds to match in new color com
NEW CROSSBAR EMBROIDERIES in Flounces and Corset Cover
TUCKED ALL-OVER EMBROIDERIES in plain and Crossbar; very
PLAIN SPOTTED AND TUCKED NETS for waist and Rowns. --
ALL-OVER GOLD AND SILVER with bnnds-to match.
NEW DRESS TRIMMINGS; an elegant assortment, including all
the Latest Novelties.
SEE WINDOW DIS PLAY.
Our first showing of USIEE GOWNS IS NOW ON.
The latest conceptions of the most renowned designers will bo
shown; IMPORTED GOWNS, every garment a gem of beauty and style.
TWO-PIECE SUITS AND COAT SUITS in white linen, brown linen,
mid delicate shades, trimmed with new Button-Lace effect and Braid.
Remember that these arc Samnlc Gowns, and consequently repre
sent the most advanced ideas in style.
NEW PRINCESS MODELS Handsome gowns in white and dainty
colors, made of fine, sheer materials and handsomely trimmed.
DRESSY WHITE SERGE SKIRTS, Just opened, in all the very
latest style and cut. Come AND SEE THE 'VERY NEWEST THINGS IN
Tor the woman who delights in
expressing elegance and refinement
in Millinery without paying extrav
agant prices, there is a treat in
As usual, the SACHS' display of
J'lllinery is thoroughly distinctive
and comprehensive. There are
OAGE AND KEITH PATTERN
HATS and a fine showing of WHITE
EASTER HATS as well as those in
delicate colors, from our own work
rooms, comprising many charming
adaptations and original models.
LADIES' TAILORED HATS
simple or elaborate. An attractive
assortment in the Newest Designs
There will be a special display of
CHILDREN'S TRIMMED EASTER
HATS. DON'T FAIL TO COME
and. see them.
Best Printing i T TT Tl pV'G IslandOrders ,
and Developing VJ J JLv.JLvJL-7 A k Given Prompt Attention
(Continued from Pace I)
A SubitltUt eDIIt.
Tlio rinniieo CotninlUco reportul
moved to defer ncllon until tomorrow
This carrlci! by a close oto.
Senate Bill Passed.
Sennlo Illll IS, Introiluccil liy Woods,
to repeal section 253 of tlio. ItevUcd
Laws, relating to covenants for renew
al nt ncllon or certain government
Imck AtTonso'H lluuao Illll 3, ulitcli wa1 lcnBe. passed third rotdlnR without
lesurrectod last Hatnrdu) to tnko I lie
Idnco of Cohen's otoed bill lo rnlso
the iticoinu tnx exemption to $1500 As)
reported Inek Aftoimo's hill covers tho
euniu Krtmnd ns did Cohen's, hil Is
Mippottul to hu without tlio ileccU
which caused the (loernor to withhold
down from tho upper chamber and
passed their first reading In tho House.
Work of the 8esilon.
One hundred and seventy-four bills
en Its first rcnclltiR by title.
President Cllmore of the College
of llnttiill tent n communication to
the Senn'p "tiling attention to the
need of n institution for an appro
priation, and Inviting the solons to
visit the College on a tour at In
spection. The Invitation was accept
hli approval of tlio latter measure. The '-""I b" Introduced In the House when .i.rrl,r,. nnd -.. 1001,1,.- into the.
report Was adopted, cartylng , ho bill "mt
to third reading. Saturday, Of these tho Printing Com-
NOTICE OF REDEMPTION OF BONDS OF
HAWAIIAN SUGAR COMPANY.
We, tho undersigned, W. 0. 11WJN nnd U. I. SI'ALDINQ, Trustees
under Deed of Trust dated January 21, 1902, made by HAWAIIAN SU
GAR COMPANY to tlio undersigned 111, Trtibtcas, hereby glo notlco tq the
bondholders of tho Hawnllun Sugar Cimpaiiy of the election of said Com
luny to redeem and pay, and ot tho redemption and payment of tho
following numbered bonds of Bald Company . on tho rltlST DAY OF
AI'UIIj, 190D, nt tho otllco of the MBRCANTIM3 TRUST COMPANY OP
SAN l'RANCISCO liUlie City nnd County of San Francisco, State of Cal-
lrjiM.t n ...I.
1 co 125 m :ir
3 CI 12S 185 217
4 CS 130 ISC 1 249
C 72 131 ' 187 2G1
C 74 132" 188 2G2
12 75 .137 189 253
13 70 13S 190 255
14 SI '139 ,191 25J.
17 S3 110 193 Y18
20 84 1 tl 197 2G0
21 85 142 199 202
23 SO . 113 201 20 1
21 88, 1 115 '202 2C5
25 89 lTr 201 200
20 VO 149 210 4'GS
2s ti u.o 211 271
29 92 153 211 272
30 !U 150 21C 273
33 95 100 21C 278
37 09 101 218 ' 280
41 102 101 222 28S
42 103 100 220 289
45 t 1044 107 228 290
40 ; 10"G 108 23,1 291
18 107 109 211 292
49' 109 170 235 213
CO 113 171 237 294
51 111 172 229 298
HO 115 173 241 299
07 119 175 242 301
58 ' 122 17C 243 302
59 123 183 245 303
300 382 452
307 390 453
311 393 455
313 304 457
318 390 458
319 397 400
320 398 4G1
321) 399 4C2
323 400 405
324 402 4CC
3JC r 403 407
329 409 408
333 410 474
39 419 475
210 420 480
Jil 421 482
313 424 483
344 420 485
345 429 ,487
347 430 488
348 431 4S9
251 432 491
352 433 493
354 434 494
300 438. 495
301 440 COO
The holders ot above numbered bonds are lieieby notified to present?
for pujment of principal nnd Interosl to April 1st ,1909, and surrender
snld bonds nt tlio placo nnd on tlio date last nbove mentioned, and that
after April 1st, 1909, all Interest on said bonds numbered as aforesaid
shall ceiiso .
Honolulu, T. II , Tcbruary 4, 1909.
W. O IRWIN,
IJ. I. Sl'AI.DINO,
Trustees tinder' said Hawaiian Sugar
Company Trust Deed.
More County Power.
Coney Introduced two bills, both re
lating to tlio powers nnd duties of 8p,
cnlrora, 0110 nffectlngjlic Supervisors
of tbo City nnd County of Honolulu,
nnd tho other tlio Supervisor of tho
Tlieso uro tho bills which the Health
and Police Cummltteo w.is asked by
Milnglp to Introduce, In onltr to pavo
tlio way for turning over tho Hoard of
Health work to tho Counties.
On tho order ot the day the llouso
took up for consideration tho majority
Hid minority reports of tho Miscel
laneous Committee on Scnato Hills 77
und 78, tho Intent of which Is to in
crease, tho bonds of tho auditor of the
City nnd County of Honolulu nnd of
tho auditors of tho oulsldo counties.
Tho majority of tho Commlttco wns
opposed to the passago of tho bill, but
Carley, the chairman, submitted minor
It' reports fnorlug tho enactment of
the proposed Itxlsliitlun. ,
Kat)llio, n member of the Committee
f.aw In these measures another nefar
ious schema to bilk tho poor man nnd
boost tho rich man His remarks on
tlio niibject were fully as lucid and
rdlfjlng as usual. They wcru Inef
fective, however, tho niluoiliy reports
Reformed Lobster Dill Passed,
Tho bill, known ns Housu Illll 138,
to prohibit tho salo of certain Iced fish,
had been so nmuidcd as to tako the
foolishness out of It, so no xcrloui
harm wns doiio b) Us passago on third
Innocuous Air-Brake Bill.
Tho nlrbrako Hill, II. II. 107, intio-
iliiccd by Corren, had been loaded by
U10 coiunilttcq with u Joker calculated
to lunku It harmless when It exp'odes
Ah amended the measure prohks that
cars, unloaded, which weigh 111010 than
14 tons must bo equipped with air
brakes. As ery few of tho Btrect
cars wcfgli ns much as It tons, tho
bill Is harmless now.
Nnwnhlno wnnted to know. Ho
aBked Coney how much tho cars in
uso now weigh, nnd Coney wns obliged
to admit that tho hcalost cars In Ho
nolulu weigh J3!4 tons. Nnwnhlno
couldn't sco nny bciiso In n bill that
hud no meaning.
Tlio bill, Incidentally, carries no pen
alty for tho lolatlon of Its provisions.
Corrca stated that, as tho Introducor
pt tho measure, ho had feared that Itn
penalty wcro attached, tlio measure
would not pass.
Castro ven; sensibly objected to
rushing through n bill which would bo
absolutely worthless, nud imied that
consideration bo deferred until tomor
mow morning, to glvo him n chanco to
look Into tho matter. Thls.motlon car
1 led and tho bill was dcrerud.
Library Measure Deferred;
Shlnglo'H llbrniy bill, by tho imssagb
of which It Is hoied and expected that
Ihu Territory will bo presented by An
liuw Cnriicglo with from $100,000 to
S150.00Q for tho erection of u flno lib
lury building, had been put over to
thlb morning nt tho reqiiLst of tho In
troducer. It was taken up on third
leading, nico had offered an amend
ment to strike out tho section appro
printing $10,000 n jeur. Slilntto mocd
lo labia tlio amendment, a motion
which must ho put Immediate!), Rlcq
iibked tho unanimous consent of the
Homo to speak 011 tlio amendment, but
Jt was refused and the amendment was
1 Shlnglo offered nil amendment, cul
ting out tho appropriation of $10,000 11
enr and substituting tliQrtforu a aeo-
11011 iiiiiuorizing'niiu igismiurc men
uloJIy to niuko vuch appropriation as It
nmj sco fit for tho library.
I "This is Just 11 little b ilt, to get
tho bill through," objected Itlco. "Ho
noitiiu is the part of tho Territory thai
will gotMho benulU of tho llbrnr). I
tilnk It would be n slinmo for tho Ter
ritory to appropriate $10,000 niear for
'tho library when tho tcacli6rs are cryr
lug for moro money. Rut this amend
ment Is Infllntoly bottor than tho orlg
luul section t ot tho bill and I inmo
Jt bo adopted " '
Then, to got oven with Shlnglo, Itlco
mlttce had 3, tho Judiciary 17, Health
nnd Police 4, Finance 17, lMucatlona"
2, Promotion 1, Miscellaneous 4, spec
Inl 3, Military 1; thlrty-fho bills had
been tabled, 13 Indefinitely postponed;
4 had advanced to third reading, 35
wern In the hands of tlio Governor,
The executive slgnaturo hni
(bird .to 20 House bills, while
boon vetoed, all the vetoes being sustained.
Of tbo Federal appropriation tho
House bad spent $12,339 08, arid of tho
Territorial appropriation $10,119,23,
Affonsn, chairman of tho .Military
Committee, believes that It Is wIbo In
. (Continued from Pace I)
form, It was entitled to another con,
I' n't.. .......A.l.a . . t.llf n l.iia.
I t ( i BUl'l'MllCO Ul IUV U,l t.lU UHO-iBvhviii, .., ...-.. -- b.-,.-
ling their claims on Senator Chllllng-cd nnd the commutes on tuucaiion
wnrili'a iitiimipil nnimrt A n' was Instructed to make the necessary
Sennto UIIU 91, 111 and 114 enmo'mt,,,. of facti tllcro ,8 Rravo uouut arrangements.
as to whether tthe, Senator from Oahu Hojm Rule Not Yet
tan. be counted on In the matter.. Action on Chllllngworth's "Home
Chllllngworth voted for tho bill at Rule" resolution was deferred, the
(bo request of tho Secretary of tho Senator who fathered the document
Senate Illll 83, amending the law
relative to the, acknowledgment ot
written documents, passed third read
ing without opposition. A slight
change In the title was made, at the
suggestion of President Smith, the
veteran lawvcr calling attention 10
the fact that the proposed law would
not be "uniform" with tho laws of
nlj the other Slates and Territories,
as" was Intimated by the original
Senate Hl! No, 10G, providing for
the navmcnl of certain claims
against East and U'cst lfawali, pass
ed third reading, .Mokelum flri
voted In favor of the bill, apparently
haying voed "aye" without noticing
the purport of the measure.
When he explained that he had a
pecuniary Interest In tho bill, the
President ordered that his name be
stricken from Uie roll call.
Senate Hill No. 110, extending the
taxation exemption for tobacco and
some other products uptll 1912, pass
ed third reading ft.,
'Senate mil No. 118, forbidding 'the
unauthorised wearing of th'e badge
of any, fraternal organization, passed
second (rcndjng", ( , ,
ino Juuiciary committee, in, re
The bill was introduced Into the
liouse nt the request ot Secretary
tott-Smlth, who has boosted it along
rt every occasion. At his request!
r.ilrchlld voted "yes," when the
measure first camo up, but this morn
d been nt-ling his voto was registered with thq
lie 4 had opposition. .
'. Those opposing the bill Insist that,
as only tho Honolulu newspapers are
generally read throughout the Terri
tory ,thcy are the qhly papers (n
which the laws can logically bo pub
lished. Baker After. Schools
tlma 01 peace to prepare for wnr, Alsol ... .,,, . , .
ho believes that ho can shoot. Sohe?hc'f , ,pc't,0n,9r '' P'
has Issued an Invltntloa ("challenge." ln hl8 d !lr "' Hc Ser'tmr
ho says, would bo too warlike a term room BC'1001 hou5 ind wh"( .at..Nft'
to employ In tlmo of pcaee) to Sen- PP. n court bouse for Walohlnu.
ator Chllllngworth, chairman of tho n"d lho eomplcUon of the belt road
Eonatq Commlttco. fjm Military, to oto lho Volcano House His petitions
shoot' between Senate nnd Houso,WWu opportlpned out between tho
teams, of ten men each. This shoot 1st" ny8 nn1 Weans and tha Public
to take placo at tho armory nxt Sat-lantls Committees.
unlay aftmoon at 2 o'clock. Affonsol' House Illll. No .163, fixing the
has nlrady-gono Into training. ! compensation ot the, attaches ot the
Circuit Courts, camo Up from the
BASEBALL PASS FOR TAFT. 'House and passed first reading.
Chicago, March .17. President U. n ,TJd From House
Johnson of thd .American Icaguo hasl House Dill 91, which provides that
Idaccd his O. K. on a design for an- Territorial funds may be taken out
nual passes for President Taft and of tho vaults' and placed on deposit
Vlco Prcstdcnt( Sherman! Roth nroiln the banks of tho Territory, came
baseball enthusiasts and havo been 'up frqm tho Homo and passed first
porting, the bill, stated thst tho un
authoriieti wearing of such badges )
usually Indulged In. by thoso who
wnnl to defraud someone, and there-
major Icaguo reading. There wag absolutely no f0re recommended that the bill pass.
Promptly at J lo'clpck, Uio busi
ness on the Clerk's. desk having been
Polspncd wheat Is to bo use.d to. House Illll No. 164, providing .for cleared un. a recess-was taken,
kill pralrlo dogs, .which have become the treatment. of Insane patients, and I C( r m I ,.,.
a menace on Arlsona and New Mex-'the appointment ot an. Insanity Com-) u'ftiABtllln'eVl Oflfe JrlicW 8W.
Ico farms and forest lands. mission, up from tho House, was glv Bulletin Editorial Boom Phone 185.
frequent, visitors at
games In tho past.
reading. There was absolutely no
discussion, and the bill was read by
Money eirns more inune
bnt not if it is left in the pro
In our Bank, it will brinR
yon 4Vz 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 $1,000,000
HORSES FOR SALE
Arrived per lurline
DRAY AND DBIVINO
Broken and Unbroken
4 Week-end tickets sold on Saturday
arid Sunday over the Oahb! Railway
i$ Httelw cost two dollars' and tire
tood to return up to Monday nifat,
at the automobiles, buggies and car
riages we have recently overhauled
THEN SEE US.
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King Street near South
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WA1TY DLDO. 74 S. KINO ST.
RUS KX N, opposed .railroads, Jn' IJflgS,
because they marred the beauty of the
When advertisements first beganh-to appear in
magazines, some popl.ere .so bittern against the
"invasion" that tH'cy r.efused, t,'o( buy the magazines.
Others ripped the advertising, section out.
T'pday railroads andn-agazinc ads are not.onty
tolerated, but founds useful'. , 4 In fact,' most people
give as much attention" to tHe advertisements as to
the literary features.
When JOHN WAKm hadsa disagree
ment with a Philadelphia" newspaper a fe yearsj;agov
and withdrdw his advertising tlic jciculatipn of the'
newspaper began' to drop at an alarming, rate. The
publishers learned with surprise tht many women'
subscribed for the 4 paper b.ecause ofi the, VlrtAA-r-MAKER:,adsiand
they promptly made upc witK tlie
.The man in Honolulu who will choose; .JiisYad
tsingyith as much care as he' does'- his dmplbjfees ,or
his . stock jpf goods is sure to succeed. , Our eight
years' experience as .active ( advertising agents-will be
of use to you. Let us have a talk.
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