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RVHNINO UUIXKTIN, HONOLULU, T. H.. WEDNESDAY, SEPT. IB, '03
NOTICE OF REDEMPTION OF BONDS OF HAIKU SUGAR COMPANY.
HAIKU SUOAlt COMPANY, pursuant to tlio terms of thnt certain
Deed of Trust, dated September I!S, 130.1, made by It to Hawaiian Tinst
Ccinii.no. l.lmll'il, hereby Riven notice to tlio holders of bonds of Hulkn
Sugar Company, IsmiciI miller said Deed of Tiust, of tlio election of nml
piMiictit of nil tlio outstanding bonds uf said ilalku Sugar Company on tlio
first day of October, 1909,' at the office of the Hawaiian Trutt .Company,
Limited, Honolulu, County of Oaliti 'Icrrltoiy of Hawaii, to-wlt,
Iloiuls of lliu par viituu of 11 0U0. oath numbered ns follow:
S iS 65 11 Kl 12'J 151 15 201 228
3 2!l 5(J 78 103 130 152 17 202 229
4 nil 57 79 105 131 154 177 203 230
3 31 5S M) 107 132 .153 17S 20(! 232
0 32 fJX M HIS U3 150 ' 179 207 231
tl SI CO .S.I 109 - 131! loll ISO 20S ,233
3 S3 111 SI 110 I3S 101 181 210 230
It 3" f.i JaJ lit 139 12 1SI 212 238
15 37 il.l N7 IJ2 110 lii.1 1S7 213 239
lli 59 HI M 115 111 104 lf8 213 210
'S II 1.5 Ml IK! 112 H.5 H9 210 212
l;i 12 i, '.hi 117 141 I fill Hill 217 243
.II 111 7 92 118 111 1H7 191 218 214
47 1.8 93 120 113 ,H.S 192 220 217
2 49 C9 111 121 ltd H.9 191 221 249
.M 30 7" 93 123 117 170 195 222 ,
24 32 72 90 121 IIS 172 190 22.1
23 W 74 97 123 119 17.1 198 223
27 31 75 100 128 150 174' 198 227
HoiiiIr of tlio par Miluo of (500.00 each numbered na follows:
231 202 23 28" 293 302 210 321 312 343
232 2H3 271 2tC 291 303 311 . 323 330 340
25.1 203 273 287 29)1 301 312 i 324 3.17 347
230 207 270 2SS 297 303 313 325 " .139 318
237 21.8 277 2S3 29S 300 314 320 340 349
238 209 279 290 299 307 310 328 311 330
239 270 281' '291 3W) 308 318 329 343
201 271 2S3 292 301'" 309 319 331 314
Tlio holders of all outstanding IhmmIs an numbered nbove, nro hereby
notified to present for pigment of principal nnd Interest accrued to October
1st, 1909, and to surrender said bonds nt the placo and on the dale lnst
ithmo mentioned nnd that nfter October 1st, 1909, nil Interest on said bonds
numbered ns nfniosnld shall cease.
Honolulu. August 21rt, 1909.
HAIKU SUGAR COMPANY.
Dy i:. E. Pnxton,
NOTICE OF REDEMPTION OF BONDS OF PA1A PLANTATION.
PAIA PLANTATION, pursuant to the terms of that certain Deed of
Trout, dated September 28, 1903, made by It to Hawaiian Trust Company,
Limited, hereli) Rives notice to tlio holders of bonds of Pain Plantation
Issued under said Deed of Trust, of tho election of and pajment of all tho
outstanding bonds of said Palsi Plantation on the first day of October, 1909,
at the Office of the Hawaiian Trust Company, Limited, Honolulu, County
of Oahn, Territory of Ili.nall, to-wlt.
Ponds e(f the par value of $1.00C.
'1 29 81 123 1113 207 217 2S3 319 3C0
2 40 83 121 101 208 2 IS 2S4 320 3G4
3 41 83 123 103 t 210 219 2S3 322 305
5 12 80 120 108 ' 211 231 N 2SC 323 3C7
ft 43 87 127 109 212 232 287 320 3C8
7 SS 128, 170 213 230 288 328 309
S 13 89 130 171 214 257 219 330 370
j 10 90 131 173 210 239 290 332 371
10 17 92 132 174 217 2C0 293 333 372
11 31 95 133 ' 170 218 201 294 334 373
', 12 52 90 131 '177 219 202 295 335 374
' 13 53 97 135 19 220 203 290 330 376
14 SI OS 13$ 180 221 201 297 338 377
13 55 99 110 181, 221 2C3 298 340 378
10 57 101 141 182 225 206 300 341 379
' 17 38 102 112 183 220 267 301 342 380
jlS 39 103 113 181 227 208 302 313 382
20 00 101 lit 1S7 228 209 301 315 383
21 02 . 103 115 18S 23'l 270 305 310 380
24 61 100 117 183 2.12 271 308 317 387
J! CO 108 118 191 233 272 307 318 389
3'- 29 C7 109 119 191 231 273 308 319 391
it' 30 08 112 150 190 235 271 309 350 393
If 31 09 113 151 198 230 273 310 352 394
32 74 115 153 199 2.17 '270 311 353 395
33 75 117 f.13 2U1 239 277 312 354 397
34 77 118 150 202 242 278 313 350 398
4 35 78 119 157 203 213 279 311 337 399
r 30 79 121 15S 201 211 . 2S1 .111-. 358 400
35 80 122 100 200 245 282 317 359.
llonds of tho par .valuo of $500.00 eich numbered ns follows:
401 413 125 435 115 150 40G 471 485 496
R rJ 402 411 420 437 4,10 457 407 476 4S0 497
1- 401 410 427 43S 418 159 468 477 , 487 498
1 405 117 429 439 119 100 ,409 178 -488 499
I 400 118 430 410 450 401 470 4X0 489 BOO
I 407 419 432 411 452 102 471 481 491
4$ ' 409 120 '433 413 431 404 472 482 493
ijjjr 410 421 431 411 455 405 473 484 494
mil Tlio holdurs of all outstanding ImnilM ns numbered above, arc hereby
notified to present for pavincnt of principal nnd Interest accrued to October
1ht, 1909, and to surrender said bonds nt tho place and on tlio dnto last
ntxivoVnentlnnrd and that aftor October 1st, 1909, all intcicst on said bonds
liumbeiod as aforesaid shall censo.
Honolulu, August 21st, 19,9.
Dy K. E. Pnxton,
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18 HOME AGAIN
Lester Tells of His Travels In EnR-
land and Europe Did Gondola
Stunts in Venice and Seattle
Kicks About SmaU Pineapples.
"Did 1 ftnvo a good time, well 1
should sinllo;why my trip wns ono
Joyous jaunt from the tlmo I left
Honolulu four months ngo, till this
moinlng when 1 stepped oft the Man
iliurla." That wns Lester Pctrlo's way of
icpllng to n Iliillctin man's query
us to whether lie hud cujo)cil Ills
"Loudon was flue" continued tho
popular "I'eto"' "nnd ns to Paris",
ht'iv Pclo looked .quite sad for n
moment, "nh, Paris for mine. It Is
u niarwloiis city nnd the theaters
nnd show places arc beyond descrip
tion." How were tilings In the spotting
line was asked Lester. That started
Pete going: "Well, the Australian
cilcl,ctciswcie plajlng In England
whllo I as theie, but tho wea
ther was fearful and It rained ail
the time. Tho uttendnnco nt the
matches was poor on account of (ho
"What about the rowing?" was
put to the returned Knmanlnn. "Now
jou are talking" flashed Pete, "Why
I visited Henley for tho regatta, and
found that my Idea of the festive
occasion, ns conceived from pictures,
wns coriect. I felt, as I looked at
the fleet of punts nnd ennoes that
I lia'il seen It nil before. There were
the white clad, handsome men with
their stnoes rolled up, and a long
pole In their hands with which they
propelled the craft along. And the
girls were there, too, just the kind
ono sees In the supplements of tho
Hnglish papeis at Henley time.
"Hut, say, cut out all that rot In your
paper. Now I'll tell you of the race
which tlio Ilelglan crew won. Ev
er body has read of the result of
the contest which surprised all Eng
land. Tho Ilclglans were In splen
did form nnd It was n revelation to
sec the way they flew through tho
water. It Has n sad blow to Eng
lish oarsmen, but the best crew
"Otcr In London I ran across an
Australian who had been In Hono
lulu, nnd ho certainly had a great
nlohn for our tsla.ins. I aUo met a
couple of other fellows who knew
Hawaii well and it was n treat to
talk to them of home.
"I made the trip back to New
York on the Lusltnnla and she Is
certainly a beautiful boat and rush
es through tho water nt" a terrific
"I sta)cd n few days In New York
mid then wont to Chicago where I
lcmnliied for four days. Thcnco I
went ncross to tho Pacific const and
of course visited tho Seattlo Expo
sition. "A Imnch of twenty Hawaiian fel
lows got together and, say, we did
have a time. I got into a boat on
tho luke and showed tho fellows tho
stifnts I had learned in Venice. It
niailo the bunch open their eyes to
bee mo do tho gondolier stunt.
"Hawaii Is well represented at the
exhibition, and the gills are all well
and fi,apiy. They declare that they
are goltjg to tnke u month oft when
tile exhibition closes, and won't
go directly homo.
"There is only ono thing I wish
to register a kick about, and that Is
the class of pineapples that are bed
Ing sold at the Kair. Tho canned
ones nro O, K but the fresh ones
nro a disgrace to Hawaii. All tho
very smallest that would ho discard
ed hcie as of no use, nio on sale at
Seattle? Over East I looked at some
small pines that were on sale at a
ttore, nnd temarked to the proprie
tor 'Why wo throw that kjnd nr.ny
In Hawaii.' Imagine' my disgust
when I saw smaller ouch being sold
nt the Exhibition ns representative
of these Islands,
"An effort should b-j mado to send
only our best and largest fruit to
the Kair, for otherwise everybody
will think that we have no better.
Now I must get along; nh It Is good
to be homo ngnln, and to see the old
bunch r- Hello, Hob how nto
mt?'" and tho genlul Pete dlsnp
CHANGE OF VENUE,
A motion for a change of ciitio has
been tll'-d h; tho' TenJIoiy In the
caso of tho Wiiltiiku Sugar Company
against Marston Cnmpbell, Superln
tcndent of Public Works. Tho Terr!
lory innlntnlns that the Onvornincnt
iloes not possess any suiplus cish to
bo used for the purpose of bringing
v.ituesses from Maul to Honolulu nnd
nlso that It Is necessary that tho
Judge presiding nt tho dial hato n
1 ersonat knowledge of the topography
of tho liinil linolvoil. Tho potation
llus nsked.for an' Injunction limiting
the quantity of wnter to bo tuken by
tho Tenltory from tho Vnlliiku nnd
Ian streams to 20,000 gallons dally. .
185 editorial rooms 256 "'
nets office, Theie are the telephone
rumber of the Bulletin office,
WANT TO VOTE
Petition Congressmen Many Thinra
Oppose Importation, of Male
ImmifrranU Will "Ask Coa
ricjj to Fay Queen's Claims.
Recommendations to grant tho
women here tho right to tote mil
n petition opposing the immlgiatlon
of mnlo Immigrants In Hawaii were
the feature if Importnnco brought
cut by the speakers nt the Aala
Park muss meeting last night, ,
These two facts woro Inscited ri
the petitions to ho presented to tdo
Congressmen befoic thry leave fo
thc Stntcs. The two petitions, sign
ed by Hawaiian ladles, were brought
forwnrd by their delegates nnd priv
sented by them to Major Pern, who
presided oor the meeting. '
Tho speakers, after they had
listened to tho reading of the peti
tions by J. M. Poepoc, said that It
was proper that the women hero y.
should be ghen the franchise to
otc, as those In Wothlng, Colorndo, '
Idaho and Utnh. They emphasized
the fact that the Mir land of Ha
waii was being demoralized by the
immigration of male Immigrants
only. They .said there were many
laborers In the country today, and
henco It wns necessary for tho "su
gar barons" to bring some more Im
migrants Into the country. (Ap
Another thing that the Hawaiian
petitioners want tho visiting Con
gressmen to do while In Congress li
to appropriate funds from tho Fed
eral treasury for tho maintenance
and genernl Improxcmcnt of tho
leper settlement. They further
asked that Federal appropriation be
made for encouraging and helping
the small fnrmeis who may dcslro
to cultivate the land which they
have acquired from tho govern
They also ask that tho Congress
men now visiting In the Islands uzs .
their best effort to pay tho' claims
of Her Majesty Queen Lltluokalanl.
D. Kalauoknlnni, who was called
upon to speak first, said Hint It was
Important and ptnper thnt the Ha
wallans exprets their opinion as to
their needs while the Congressmen
are In- tho Islands. J. M. Pocpoe,
who followed him, said that It was
up to the Hawaiian people to nsk of
the Congress of tho United States to
do whnt la1 right nnd proper for tho
people hcii. He thought that tho
people here should usk Congtess to
give Hawaii statehood.
T. II, ltjnn of Hllo. who was pres
ent on tne stand,' addressed the uu
dlence, Keowchnku acting us his In
"I fancy that the local English
newspapers hnvo called me Mime-
thlng like a 'tidal wuvo' or storm.
I think It best to have such citizens
ns I, so they could make tho sugar
uarons ncro tuniD me ireo. u is
about time for the common people to
stnnd up together nnd get homes for
themselvcs. Let us pull together so
that we can accomplish something.
"What would ou think If tho
young people would crowd Into Ho-
nolulu, when there Is no work to bo
obtained?" "Nothing," shouted Ma-
hoe, a typical Hawaiian, from tho
"No Territory or Stnto can
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cis have kteady farms to work on.
ntimlitil lit n v f 4 tlnr tn1ftaj I tin f iftit.
a (tin biuu iu dco ;uu IIVVJMU IUIUU (U
the conclusion that you want home-
steads und not' 999 year leases. For
many )cnrs I have heard the people
... . ..
suy that the Hawalians are not le -
liable because they do not nnd can
not hold their lands, but that they
prefer to sell them to plantations.
They claim thnt the Huwnllans sell
their land as quickly as they get It,
or mortgage It to othcis. I do not
believe what these 'sugar barons say
about on, the Hawalians.
"I hnvo found by Investigation
and personal observation, that th
Hawalians of Olaa, wheio I huvCv.was Major Kern, 'who iidvlhed tho
Catarrh; the Bane of the World ;
Peru -na, the Standard Remedy.
. ' -J? 5f g o a
1 (CANADA (mEXICo CUBA AFRICA UUSTRAtw ORIENT EUR0PE
vVvL IMvinfll F0R1 MBTMmi
HOATARRHER -IkWSLUUfliP' COLD WEATHER
OATARRH. li'Vlfc?llT . 1L CATARRH.
Catarrh is recognized alt over the
a formidable disease. In the United States alone, two
hundred thousand people have catarrh annually. In
other countries theratio or victims is as great.
For many years 'Pe-ru-na has held the foremost
place as a standard remedy for catarrh.
Pe-ru-na is well-known in both the western and
Ilio following wholesale druggist will supply the retail, trade: BENSON. SMITH & CO., Honolulu, Hawaii.
.,.,.. rnr r10 inH. fifteen venrs. nro
;)W handling largo tracts of land.
Mllny r .. Imvo j,el,l on to their
incBtends, whllo tho luiolcs liinu
Kuttt t,crH the plantations. In
,,mi,niI ii, HnWnlliins nro nlso
,lolnB wcl wtl, ther holdings. This
ts n)so truo ot thoso uvlnj; nt Kia.
....,- Sneo ,1CV obtained the eov-
rnnient dnnds they hnvo been nay-
nR thcIr tnxe8 reKUinrij.. in Kona
Ulc 1)C01)0 nl0 improving tlio land's.
T)iey ,,nnt vegetables nnd raise
"Hlght hero In Hnwnll thcro nio
ninny liidiiulrlous people. Tako for
Instance tho Portuguese: they nroNl
'mi industrious thift they can grow
almost anything on tho stony and
k , m, w,)c 0,lcr Ilconln
I ' . . ' '
good peoplo and industrious peo-
I "That's right," shouted Mr. cr-
don't theeo sugar barons
oniethlnc for tho neonle
hero do some
who nie right here In the countiy
today?" questioned tho. bpenker.
today?" questioned tho. bpenker.
(Applause.) He then ttoved " the' Angeles, nnd their los, left their
English newspapers for not tolling honio city September fi for San l'ini)
the whole truth. Ho said thnt they (Cisco, nnd boanled tlio I'.iclflc Mull
nro nil muzzled by th sugar linr
ons Tho- last speaker of tho evening
We have an Expert Factory man, and
have just installed the most complete
Repair .Department in the Islands.
Nichols Co., Ltd.
. TPiki$2Vl WiVL,'4.- 3; - IIIH1 C:,?
A-aw!.. ati '.jl. w.lt. bb nn w. . .i a
etiil " "ww.. ,,ffiaa
peoplo to bo Industrious nnd law
nbldlng citizens. During the
fipecclimaklng, Mnhoc congregntcd n
largo number of snilnis fiom the
cruisers nnd gno them fcoma of his
chnrnctcilstlc fuii-mnklng. It wns
to nmuslng to tho snllois that they
l el led nnd cheered. Major Kern
looked around for police officers to
keep tho peace, hut unfortunately,
howovcr, there wns no ono present.
It wns reported lnbt night thnt
tho Mnor will nsk Sheriff Jnrrett
about tho cause of tho absence of
police nt Anla l'nrk Inst night.
AROUND TOE WORLD
Desiring to visit tho Orient In ord
er' to 8co the beautiful "Nlkko" In
Japan, mid wishing to pass through
'""l0 ,,f tllu m"t historical polntH of
IntcrcHt in Chlnaf nnd In tho' rhlllp-
iirnmlncut nminclors, liter
Hinnis. nnd well Known men ui iis
liner Mimrhmla. Tho parly, wlilcli
'is on u gi.ind tour mound tho woild.l
will innko n Ptny of four weeks In'Jn-
pan, two weeks in China, four weeks
civilized world as
In India, two weeks In Coylon, four
Mi'ck,B InKgypt. during tho ory best
M'lis-oii Ihcie. Thc.i.0 In Ilia p.illy mo
Mr. nnd Mrs. Sidney A. llnller, Miss
Ruth Clitiicb, Mrs. W. II. C.irson. Mr.
nml Mrs. It. V. Day. Mr. nnd Mr. A.
C. rrct'innn, Mis. W. W. Hnlloy, Mr.
mid Mrs. It C. Latlln. Mr. nml Mrs. J,
H. McConncll, Mr. nnd Mrs. C. Mc-
Intosh, Mrs. 11 V. Nichols, Miss Josslo
K, Ogden, Mrs. M. O. Hylnnd, Mrs. W.
V. Thornton, Mrs. S. W. Church, Miss
(Jcncvlcvo Church, Cailton Carson,
Mlsn fliclchen Day, Mr, nnd Mrs. M.
P. ailbert, Mrs. Atln S. Lux, Mr. nml
Mis. A. Locd, Sir. nnd Mrs. Charles
Lloyd, Miss Fay Nlcliols,MrH. A. L.
Ityitn, Mis. O. II.' Warpock, Mri. Jen
nld.l, Wild and others. Mr. mill .Mrs.
Alden W. Sklnnor will Join tho parly
nt Yokohama. ,
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