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KVKNINfl mn.t.RTlN, ItONOt.m.O.T.ll., WHDNIMIIAY, MA1I II, 1909
Lace Trimmings and
Embroideries for Spring 1909
A SPLENDID ASSORTMENT: NEWEST EFFECTS IN HANDSOME
COLORED EMBROIDERIES WITH INSERTIONS TO MATCH.
FERSIAN EMBROIDERIES with bunds to match in new color com
NEW CROSSBAR EMBROIDERIES in Flounces nnd Corset Cover
TUCKED ALL-OVER EMBROIDERIES in plain and Crossbar; very
PLAIN SPOTTED AND TUCKED NETS for waists and gowns.
ALL-OVER GOLD AND SILVER with bands to match.
NEW DRESS TRIMMINGS; nn elegant assortment, including all
the Latest Novelties.
SEE WINDOW DISPLAY.
Our first showing of EASTER GOWNS IS NOW ON.
The latest conceptions of the most renowned designers will be
shown; IMPORTED GOWNS, every garment a gem of beauty and style.
TWO-PIECE SUITS AND COAT SUITS in white linen, brown linen,
end delicate shades, trimmed with new Button-Lace effect and Braid.
Remember that these arc Samnle Gowns, and consequently repre
sent the most advanced ideas in style.
NEWFRINCESS 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 nnd cut. Come AND SEE THE VERY NEWEST THINGS IN
For the 'woman who delights in
expressing elegance and refinement
in Millinery without paying extrav
mnuit prices, there is a treat in
As usual, the SACHS' display of
Millinery is thoroughly distinctive
and comprehensive. There arc
GAGE AND KEITH PATTERN
HATS and a fine showing of WHITE
EASTER HATS as well as those in
delicate colors, from our own work
NOTICE OF REDEMPTION OF BONDS OF
HAWAIIAN SUGAR COMPANY.
Wo. tlio umlmlBned. G. lllWl.V and K. I. 8PALD1NO, Trustees
under Deed of Trust il.itcil January Si, 1902, tnado by HAWAIIAN SU
GAR COMPANT to the undersigned lib Trustctx, hereby Kho notice to the
bondholders of tbo Hawaiian Sucar Company of the election of said Com
pany to redeem and pay, nnd of tho redemption and payment of the
fullon-luc numbered bonds of said Company on the 1'IItST DAY OV
Al'ltlU 1909, at the office of tho MKHCANTII.K TKUST COMPANY OV
SAN FRANCISCO In the City and County of San Francisco, State of Cal
1 CO 125 IS I 2IG 30G . 3S2 452
3 Gl 123 1ST. 217 307 390 463
4 C5 130 1SG 249 311, 393 455
E 72 131 1S7 251 313 394 457
G 74 132 1SS 252 318 396 45S
12 75 137 189 253 310 397 460
13 70 138 190 255 320 39S 461
14 SI 133 191 257 321 399 462
17 S3 140 193 258 323 400 465
20 S4 141 197 2G0 321 402 466
21 S5 12 199 262 326 403 467
23 hC 113 201 261 329 409 468
21 tS 115 202 265 333 410 474
25 89 147 204 266 339 419 475
26 V0 149 210 2GS 340 420 480
28 l 150 211 271 311 421 482
29 92 153 214 272 343 424 483
20 93 15.1 215 273 344 426 485
33 95 1G0 216 278 345 429 487
37 99 1GI 218 . 280 347 430 488
41 102 164 222 288 348 431 489
42 103 ir.fi 226 289 351 432 491
45 101 167 228 290 352 433 493
4G 106 168 233 291 354 434 494
15 107 169 231 292 360 438 495
49 109 170 235 293 361 440 COO
50 113 171 237 231 362 442
S4 111 172 239 298 363 444
SC 115 173- 211 299 365 445
57 119 175 242 301 368 447
ES 122 176 243 302 374 448
59 123 183 345 303 376 449
Tlio holders of above numbered bonds are hereby notified to present
for paDient of principal and Interest to April 1st jl909, and aurrendor
tald bonds at the place and on the date last above mentioned, and that
after April lit, 1909, all Interest on said bonds numbered as aforesaid
shall rears .
Honolulu, T. II., February 4, 1909,
W. 0. IIIWIN,
i:. j. si'Ai.niNO,
Trustees under Mid Hawaiian Sugar
' Company Trust Deed.
t the automobiles, buggies and car
riagrs we have recently overhauled
7-HEK SEE UB.
W, W. Wright Go,.
Kiuz tirtH ntsr goufh
rooms, comprising many charming
adaptations and original models.
LADIES' TAILORED 'HATS
'dmple or elaborate. An attractive
I assortment in the Newest Designs
I and Colorings.
I There will be a special display of
CHILDREN'S TRIMMED EASTER
HATS. DON'T FADL TO COME
'and see them.
BENNY & CO., LTD.,
And Buy en Of
4J0Uutii6t. . PLoiie443,
Best Printing ( T TT) R 1? V'Q Islan
and Developing VJ KJ JLVXvlL X O Given Pre
(Continued from Face 1)
should deputy olicrltTn bn appointed,
there Is llnbla In bo friction between
lliein nnd tho rherlffa when their
terms expire. Ho changed Into V.n
rIIMi nnco long enough to say that ho
bellced thnt deputies should ho ap
pointed by tlio Sheriff, and In the
next breath ho announced that he
wanted to kill tho hill on tho spot.
President Smith, having turned
the Chair oxer to Scnntor Kalatna,
win the next speaker. Said he;
"When a rann Is responsible for
Die actions of his subordinates, fio
should havo tlio appointing of thoso
subordinates. I hellcvo that tho
Sheriff should havo the power to ap
point his deputies, I speak from ex
perience nnd baso my remarks on
what I observed while I was Sheriff
of Kauai and of Maul nnd nlno wlitlo
connected with tho Attorney Ocner
"In tho pollco departmcnt,"tho
head should havo tho power to chooso
thoso men who nro to serve under
him. It was a mlstnko ever to innko
the omco of deputy sheriff an elective
one, nnd I believe thnt this bill Is a
step forward, I movo that It pass
No Confirmation Needed
Senator McCarthy thought that
tho Scnnto should go a llttlo further,
nnd strike out thnt section of tho
bill which provides that the Hoard
of Supervisors shall confirm the np
potntment of the deputy sheriffs. Tho
amendment was adopted by unani
mous consent. A voto on the amend
ed bill resulted. as follows:
Acs Chllllngworth, Falrchild,
Harvey, Kalamn, Knudscn, Mnkckau,
McCarthy, Moore, Qulnn, Iloblnson,
Woods and tho President. Noes
Maker, Drown, nnd Coelho,
'Action on House Hill No. 35, I)x
Ing the minimum pay for all labor
ers employed by the Territory nnd
Counties nt $1.50 n day, was deferred
until Friday next
Fairchild Opposed Bill
mm inn caused n gooitiy nmmini
of discussion, n strong effort being
made by Harvey to force It through
Falrchild, who was absent when the
bill rnmo up yesterday, asked that
the measure bo referred to tho Ways
nnd Means Committee, that ho might
havo a chanco to consider It care
fully, tlarvey jumped up and objected,
snylng Hint It would bo poor policy
to postpone action on a measuro just
because) somo Senator happened to
stay away from a session.
Fulrchtld responded that ho did
not know much about politics, nnd
cared less about them, but ho did
know that tho measure, as presented,
wns mighty poor business, and was
curtailing the prerogatives of tho
Counties to nn extent that would bo
unwise. Finally n delny until Fri
day was granted.
Senate Hill No. 122, which ex
empts pineapples, sisal, castor oil,
and other products from taxation for
tho )cnrs from 1907, passed third
rending by unanimous otc.
Houso Hill No, 113, making ap
propriation for the Library of Ha
waii, camo up from tlio Houso and
passed first rending,
Scnnto Hill No. 119, changing the
boundaries of tlio South Illlo district,
passed third reading unanimously.
Houso Hill No. 100, making It Im
possible) to secure writs of attach
ment on frivolous grounds, pnsscd
third reading without opposition.
Senator Drown cast tho only nega
tlo vote when Houso Hill No. 127,
providing for tho disposition of funds
received from the sale of public
lands, camo up for third rending.
Tho voto of tho Governor on Houso
Hill No, 17, the tenement houso bill,
was upheld, only Woods voting to
House Hills Nns. 144, acquisition
of private, lands for public purposes,
and 152, protection of purchasers of
real estate from fraudulent convey
ances, pusscd third rending,
The following bills went Into com
mittees; Houso Hill No, 3, Income, tax, Ways
and Means; House Hill No, 107, air
brakes on city street curs, Judiciary
Committee; House Hill No. 173, de
positary hill, Ways nnd Means.
Henato Hill No, 79, providing for
iippeuls by Ihu Turiltory In criminal
One acre of land at Alewi, below
Judd Street, and near the residence
of Hon. John Lane, An ideal place
as residence, Good view, Healthy,
P. E. R. Strauch
WAITY WiDCI. 71 B, KIHCJ BT.
rases, under .certain munition!",
brought up n lot .of discussion.
President Smith went down onto
the floor mid made nn extended talk
In favor of Iho hill, which he rnld
would not curtail the rights of no
cused In nny' way. Ho Insisted that
the provisions were thoroughly In
keeping with American Mens of lib
erty, nnd said thnt the bill wan mod
eled on n law recently pnsicd Ity Con
gress, McCarthy wanted the bill tabled,
but consented to President Smith's
motion that nctlou bn deferred until
Houso, Hills Nos. 1C9, relief of the
Volcano' Stables, nnd 16G, appropri
ating liO.nno for n statue of Kn
mchnmcha I, up from tho House,
passed flrst reading.
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waterfront, while Andrndc, It Is said,
beaded for his homo. Toward even
ing do Ponto wns seen standing nt
tho foot of lort street, whero It Is
believed ha fell Into tho water while
under tho Influence) of liquor. He
could not swim and was apparently
not seen by passersby.
When n boat containing .workmen
wns going to Sand Island early this
morning, one of the, men saw nn ob
ject which looked very much llko a
human corpso. A
Tho men In, the'? boat Inspected
closernndfound.Itto lit the body of
a man. One of tiio men then threw
n rope around the dead body find It
wns towed niilioro.
When taken to. the pollco station
tho body looked fresh, Indicating thai
the man had not been dead long. Tho
body was later taken to tho attorn
ment morgue, whero an exnmlHntloii
as to the caiBc of death was held.
Tho deceased left a large fytnlly.
Including h wife and several ndult
Deputy Sheriff Koso will hold -n
coroner's Inquest tonight nt jjl 7:30
A peculiar circumstance connected
with tho affair Is that thitbody,
which had been In tho water only iv
fow hours at tho most, wns floating
when discovered. '
HUI.TIN,AD3 PAY, Sg
..When advertisements first began to appear in
magazines, some people were so bitter against the
"invasion" that they refused to buy the magazines.
Others ripped the advertising section out.
Today railroads and magazine ads are not only
tolerated, but found useful. In fact, most people
give as much attention td the advertisements as to
the literary features.
When JOHN WANAMAKER had a disagree
ment with a Philadelphia newspaper a few years ago
and withdrew his advertising the circulation of the
newspaper began to drop at an alarming rate. The
publishers learned with surprise that many women
subscribed for the paper because of the WANA
MAKER ads and they promptly made up with the
The man in Honolulu who will choose his ad-
tising with as much care as he does his employees or
his stock of goods is sure to succeed. Our eight
years' experience as active advertising agents will be
of use to you. Let us have a talk.
The Chas. R. Frazier Co.,
j 22 King Strecr. Phone 371
(Continued from Pse 1)
incuts tliu hill passed thllil rending,
26 to 0, Cohen asked lo bo excused
from toting ns ho Is Interested In Iho
to Pay Claim.
House Hill 1S9, AtTonso, for tho re
lief of tho Volcnno Stables nnd Trans
portation Co., Ltd., piiswul its thllil
rending, Tho hill carries nu nppioprl
ntlun of $550 to pay tho claim of the
company for building n quarantine, sta
tion at Illlo In November,. 1908. Tlio
building nns erected on order of the
Hoard of Agriculture nnd Forestry, but
as under tho lnw no department niny
spend more than J500 for any puriiosu
unless bids have been called for, tlio
Auditor refused to draw tho warrant.
Tho bill merely authorizes lilm to do
Despite tho great need for econ
omy, as so feelingly dwelt um by the
vnrlnus members of tho House when
they don't want something for them
selves tho Houso Is determined to
have that 810,000 statue of Kaulkcao
till. l.lko'B bill, carrying the $10,000
appropriation for tho punoso speci
fied, passed Its third reading with only
four opposing votes.
Coelho's vncclnntlou bill, known ns
Sennto Hill 23, appeared to bo a puz
zlo to tho House. Tho printed Scnnto
Dili, as Douthltt remarked, was quite
thin, w hllo tho bill as rcortcd by the
Health Commlttco wns qulto fat. Tho
matter aroused consldcrublo discus
sion, with tho result thnt tlio bill was
recommitted to tho Printing Commit
tee to be typewritten so that tho mem
bers might havo copies of tho real
No Gap. Rule.
Tho attempt mndo to shut off some
of tho loquacious ones who want lo
talk all tho tlmo on nil subjects, met
with defeat. Tho Ilules Committee,
reporting on Cohen's resolution pro
viding that In tho Commlttco of tho
Wholo no member shall talk but once
on nny subject, nnd then for only flc
minutes, without tho consent of all
the other members, stntcd thnt such n
rule would ho n curtailment of certain
opposed railroads in Eng
marrcd the beauty of the
prh lieges rotnmnn lo this houso hcr
lofotc. The iccoiMui nilntlmi Hint tin. ,
UToliitlon lie tabled wns adopted j
The Milk Resolution. j
Shingle's milk resolution, providing ,
lor Iho appointment of n milk commis
sion to Ititrstlgato the regulations gov
erning tho snte of milk, pissed Its see
nnd rending nnd wns referred to the
Health and Pollco Committee
Kcnlau.in Itnrodiiced n resolution
that the Public Lands Committee bo
ieqiii'Sted lo confer with tho Umd
Commissioner mid find out whether or
rot It Is Kisslh!o to hne the Oovern
ment land known ss Knuiilho Uqieloa,
nt Kaniee, North Illlo, opened ami set
apart fur homestead purposes
'Continued from Pens O
this morning ton ceded In b(ios.tlng It
up to $117, with sales at that figure
Wolalun Is held tery close although
high bids were made for it this morn
Ing. A good-sized block of Wnlnlun
bonds weru sold this morning nt par
Honds are qulto as much In demand as
stocks, the retirement of so many
bond Issues hnlng let loose a consid
erable amount of money that Is seek
A sudden Jump Is manifest In Ha
waiian Agricultural with nono of It
coming on tho market. Pioneer Is go
ing up under the Impetus of tho lat
est prlro of sugar. Hutchinson Is n
fnvorlto In soma circles nnd so It goes
Just now there Is moro watching of
tho market quotations than there has
been for many months. Although tho
price of sugar Is ruling lower than It
did Inst year. It Is very satisfactory
nnd tho local financial condition Is
much Improved ns tho roimlt of the
good season of 1908. Mnny bonds hnvo
been paid off nnd a larger amount of
money Is looso than nt tho samo tlmo
last year. Much of It Is seeking In
vestment. Tho list of iltt blends pub
lished today Is tho usual one, there
being nn notable changes.
An Independent steamship line
ncross tho Pacific Is planned by a
company known ns tho Chineso Mer
chants Steamship Company. Tho
proposition Is to opernte steamers ho
tween Snn Frnnclsco, Portland, Se
attle, and other Northwest nnd Ca
nadian ports and the China const.
P Ml! ! ftW
Our little home banks will
help you ssve. You put jour
pare chnncc into thtm, and
you can't uet it out without
coming to our bank.
But you can watch it p;row
every day. and know thnt it
is working for you every day.
Call and pet one of them.
Wc pay 4l' per cent, on sav
inps. Bank of Hawaii, Ltd.,
Fort nnd Merchant Sts.
Capital and surplus $1,000,000
takes away all
signs of age and
makes it like new
to all appearanc
es. You pay- three
dollars for a new
hat in a store and
if you buy from
us. Try the plan.
& Co. Ltd.
Hotel & Fort
Week-end tickets sold on Saturday .
and Sunday over the Oahu Railway
to lialeiwa cost two dollars and are
Cood to return up to Monday night.
Von Want Electric Wiring Done ot
Private Telephone Installed or Dry
Batteries, call the
UNION ELECTRIC CO.,
Harrison Block. Phone 315.
All fine hand work. Laces, gloves,
etc., cleaned thoroughlv and safely.
J. ABADIE Prop.
Chas. R. Frazier
J? hone 371. 122 King St. I
Solar Heaters, 30 to 100 gallon ca-
nacity. Qalv. Tanks, 5 gallon to 500
gallon capacity, French Ranges, siz
es 4 ft. to 10 ft., for brick setting,
flange closets and seats suitable for
use in schools or plantations. Sheet
Metal Work and Flumbing,Estlmatest
Jobbing promptly executed.
EMMELUTH & CO.. LTD.
TEL. 211. 145 KINO ST.
made by woman immigrants frolu
MIIB, J. HOBENHERfl , '
(looms U and 10 Young Hot?) Dldg