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EVBNINO ntll.UJTIN. HONOMJMJ T. II., I'lUDAV, t'KH. 8. 1907.
.35 1 Caliber High Power
Model J 907 Self-Loading Rifle
" The Ran (hat shoots through steel."
Standard Rifle, 20 Inch Round Nickel
Steel Barrel, Pistol Grip Stock of Plain
Walnut, Not Checked, Weight about
7. Pounds; Number of Shots Six.
Thli rifle ihooti a cartridge of .351 caliber, with
1R0 grain bullet, having a muzzle velocity of 1861
feet per second. It will penetrate twenty-six 7 8
Inch dry pine boards, when used with metal patch
ed bullets; and thirteen 7-8 Inch dry pine boards,
when used with soft point bullets.
EVIDENTLY GOOD FEUOW
AND SAME OLD STORY
CALL AND SEE IT AT
E. O. HALL & SON, LTD.,
COR. FORT AND KING STS.
Held to Account for Shortage in Rail
road Funds as Well as a Similar
Condition in the Mnui
insult: I In the llulktlu
Wnlliiku, Mnui, I-Vli. li. Tlic trial iif
Frank Dillon, ehin soil with eiiilieznlliiK
i $55, ticket money, from the Kalmlni
I'.allni.ut Co., vvim poxtponeil for one
l month, this mornliiR In the Territorial
' court IIIh bond vvim fixed at (100.
Afler the eniler.?llliK i-hiuge vvim Jirn-
lerreil li the r.illioacl (.nnipnnv, lu
HH'(lor Hare enme here anil look Dil
lon to Honolulu on nitonnt of a short
June of mcr '00 In the Knhnliil jioit
Vor thin lie Ii.ih liecn IkiiiiiiI nver to
iuniie.tr heloie the l'eileml (Iraiul .lur
In Honolulu On tlila ueeoiini 11 i" K'-u-j Cnr ,Mrlt ,m round KHtcnlii niter-
irhlly tonecilcd thai If Wlton U liroKC-juiMin, IiIiIImk in the SI AiiruHIii.'
euleil liv Hie Federal iiuthorltleH, lam c Impel at Walkikl He had liecn llieru
the minor ch.irce or the tnllroad com- ever nlmv Irnvliip. the ImtiU on TueK
. . .111 1 i,,,J,. heme the wist- ' 't hail Imd nolhliiR to eat. An
,ny will he "''''' 'Lr.h.R " '- ' ' i'"''"" ni.l.lilji and
IK.neme.it or the trial till inornlm, ll(v mriil H(ml' whk,,I ,,,, ,, ,,wl,
The KCiitlincnt or rooiI rellnvvKhlp , aulijcct'il In, for lie declared Hull tin
apiieai-H destined to deal the tilple rniw i tiiciml to commit mililile If discovered
to three Maul men. II all results rromuy u, police, Melt was In a pitiable.
Hie Kiank Dillon emlierzlenient ease, u-nnilltiiiu when round hy I'ulher Vnl-
On .Inntiiir) Stli, Inspector Hiiro canui
iimounr, the major poitlon of $.f00, II Is '
ilalmed, helng fiirnlsheil hy ouo par
ticular frluid It Is believed Hint then
Dillon wn told "to Ret" He started
to Honolulu, hut nl MctlreRor's land
ing he was oiertnkcn by one of Iho
men who had loaned him sonic of the
mono He wns Iii-ourM h.iek to Wnl
liiku. Ill the meanwhile II. I' Haldwln re
lumed front Honolulu HcarlnR ' tho
trnlisacllon whole inllioi'd money w.is
used to cout a postoincc slioitiiRe, he
talked to his 1, illro.nl eniplovees. Mr.
Baldwin then demanded that Dillon bo
pntsoeutcd. Kmiinlnnlltm of tbu rail
load ncrounts showed n slioitiiRe tit
p ,,.. .1.1.. .1. ....... lilltiiti utiH held
? i.. wu una 111.11' - -1
until Inspiclor Hare lomideted his mi- ,
ond exnmlualloii and look Dillon tol
Honolulu, rrom whotno he leturnc.l
hero .ventcrtl.iv to apjicar for his trial,
bold ntul iioxtnoiied tills nioilllllR. He I
will return to Honolulu l-'rld.i).
" """"" 3""" WkWm
aaiii ..'. isia 'uim .p-jrgLi-'. '" ' ''. imTrv-.mirr
WIIKN tin. koi.. ' urns to Wall
Taper, Dccor.itioii.nml 1'cir.t-
iiiK. we'rt at tlic top nf tlic lit-ip.
If jott have in mind tli" c'trttsiii; -cr
of uity room in tlic Inure, i-.lk :t o'-li with tto-
cxpcricnic U valuable.
PAINTER ANO DECORATOR PHONE 426.
to Kuliiilul to Inspect the poslofflto nc
counts. Prior to crIiiiiIiir bis exiiiu-
luiitlon. Dillon went to the railroad h
roadmaslur and asked blui If be could
Ket some money lor a short time, to
make 1111 n shortiiRO. The roadmastor.
thlnkiiiR It was hut 11 small discrep
ancy and Hint It was not IrroRiihir.
ordered the mini In iluirRO o"r the
frelRht funds to let Dillon "have some
The rtudmiiBtcr Liter found that the
nutmint of money bonowed, ut tho
lime, was JI7B. When he learned this
he became suspicious nnd at once de
manded that tho money he returned.
Dillon did so, bill not until after Mr.
Hiiro had completed his work.
I'udouhteilly nl the time Mr. Hure
oulln nnd Detective Tajlor.
Tliero will be no prosecution, acconl
Iiir to 11 statement niaile by S. M.
Damon, Jiresldenl or lllshoi & Co. All
the rrlends of Melt feci that bo should
be helped to the Ricalcst extent hh
slide and will do eier.MblUR they tun
ar BULLETIN ADS. PAY 'SB
CHINA BELIEF SACK
WILL START TODAY
Tbeie will be remitted today, by tbu
Governor. Joi'.O. T.., cold, to tho SbniiR
hai relief (Oiumlltee IIWiop & Co.
will transacl the business and Hie Pa
cllle Commeiclal Coiup.in.v will Iruns
nill the 'II0SS.IR0 frte
The Chinese lomiultteo or llfleen lias
collected the above amount. Tho mini
Annual Clearance Sale
. . . , - - -
nEDUCTION3 ALL DOWN THE LINE, IN
Lawns, Batistes. Silks, Cashmeres, Etc.
Serial Story No. 9
must have been suspicions, for In n j noss moil rciiciiiII.v HiroiiRliout the elly
has a reputation from one end
cf the mainland to th. other.
and It won It fairly. We'have'
the same reputation here be
cause we pay equal attention; to'
Island guests as we do to out
siders. If you would enjoy your
self for a few days come to
St. Clair Bidgood,
Livery and Board
Horses, Cows and Chickens for Sale.
Fine Tasturc Near Town.
AND OTIIEIl riANOS.
THAYER PIANO CO.
15 JIOTKL, STREET.
Phone Muln SIS.
very short time he returned to Kahii
In I. On this second visit Dillon wont
to several friends at onio nnd nc-
knovvleilRcd Hint be was "short" In hh
postnl funds. Ho mnmiRcd to raise the
Have you looked at your heavy
clothing that has not been worn dur
ing the rainy days?
After the rainy season that we have
Just had your dress suits, overcoat'
end heavy clothing, which are seldom I
tuin Asmn and miifttv. and khnulH I
h.ivo contributed most Rcnuiously I" k. ,rlinh, .,.mH and nre...d. If.
tin fund. I" " .' r : . i
Solltltntlons to Hie .ollef fund will I ' not on? I "e no1 "nn" ,or
pot stop at this llisiire. and It Is to bo i " J"" snoum,
hoped that a like amount will bo 111
leadiness In n slmit lime.
Tel. Main 109
91 NUUANU ST.
The Expert Dentists
MODERN HIGH CLASS DENTISTRY.
OWe. hours Week days, till 5 p.m.;
Sundays hy appointment.
F. L. FERGUSON, D. D. S., Manaaer.
HOTEL 8T. opp. Union, Arlington blk.
FOR A DIME
And a few minutes
labor you can make
that old straw hat
look like a new one.
does the work with
out Injury to the
Benson, Smith & Co.,
MISS EMMA RUNTZLER
a pretty face, a Rood figure, but
sooner or inter learn Hint I ho
healthy, happy, eontented woman
Is most of nit to be udinlred.
Women troubled with fainting
spells, Irreirularltle.i. nerroui irrita
bility, backache, the "blues," and
those dreadful lra(,'(jlnp sensation,
cannot hupo to be happy or popular,
and advancement in either home,
business or (.acini life Is Impossible.
The cause of these troubles, how
ever, yieldi quickly toI,y(liu K. 1'lnU
ham's Vegctiiblo Compound made
from native root and herbs It acta
at once upon tho organ afflicted nnd
the nerve centers, dispelling effec
tually all thoso digressing symp
toms. No other medicine in tho country has received such unqualified
Indorsement or has Mich n record of cures of female U1h ns has
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound
Miss Emma Runtzler, of fl.tl State St , Schenectady, N. Y writes:
"Kor a long time I nos troubled with a weakness which seemed to
drain all inv atrcnglh away. I had dull headaches, was nervous,
Irritable, and all worn out. Chnnclngtoread one of your advertlbcmcnts
of a caso similar to mine cured by I.jdla E. Plnkliam'a Vegetabla
Compound, I decided to try It and I cannot express my gratitude for the
benefit received. I am entirely vvrll and feel UUo a new person."
I.ydla E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound is the most successful
remeriv for all forms of Female Comnlalnts. Weak Back. Falling and
Dlsnlaccmcnts. Inflammation and Ulceration, and Is Invaluable in
paring for childbirth and the Change of Life.
Mrs. Pinkham's Standing: Invitation to Women
Women suffering from any form of female weakness are Invited to
promptly communicate with Mrs. Plnkham, at I.ynn, Mass. Her advice
is free and always helpful.
We sponge and press your suit for
Woolen skirts receive the samo
Our wagon calls promptly anywhere.
There's ft lot in remem
bering, this name when or- ,
tiering butter. It's a pleas
ant, easy name to remember
CALIFORNIA ROSE. '
The 1007 churning came
in the Alameda last week
nnd will be found at
Henry May & Co.,
Phone ffyrifn '33
Hartman Steam Laundry
PHONE MAIN 484.
in OwrtiwH I
aV ImmI aaiailkatsaai.
ax o. . i. ,T
SATURDAY, FEB. 9, 1007, v
12 O'CLOCK NOON, j
I will offer ror sale, at my salesroom J
sr, Kuahuniuuu Street, if
The ,;;Ross " Place
sltunto llcrclnnln street, near Alapil
Kirect, being portion of R. P. 24t7;
urea "2,ld squaro feet.
Kreo of nil encumbrances; warran
ty deed. Deed at oxpcnRo of pur
JA8. F. MORGAN,
I m Hltf Utar imniitl
Irrilalioiit r ulrritlntii
of m ti c it fnftnbrmi'
rliilvM, atntl nut (rli
Cf ht nr TMifconoui. , '
Large Lauhala Mats
any size mesh.
Tapas, Fans, Das
kets and Tcco
HAWAII & 80UTH
SEAS CURIO CO..
Alex. Young Dldg.
m rt3i -
J. H. HERTSCHE.... General Managtr
Phone MAIN 147
Standard Line at Low Prices.
COAT AND PANTS
CLEANED AND PRE88ED FOR
PHpNE MAIN 457,
Sun Rise Dyeing House
1i4 FORT STREET.
OF ALL KINDS.
Otilirt In Lumbar 2nd Cmi
QUEEN ST.. :: ' " t HONOLULU.
aa- Fin Job Printing at the Bul
Wall Ying ChongCo,!
KING ST., EWA SIDE MARKET.
FRESH JAM, JELLY, CHUTNEY and
id vvcij;ht ia
Small and Medium 8lies. Complete.
, A, FERNANDEZ & SON,
No. 44-50 King St., Krtsey Block, bet
Nuuanu and Smith Sis.: T.I. Main 180.
For Over 60 Years
ha. bren ict for over BIXTV
iibLiiwa oc Mm
1NO. with nerfect stirtis. IT
BOOTH KS tiw CIIILT), BOfTENS
cures wibn r-.nt.ir -rH
by prupritliU la every cart of th.
world. Ha nr And mA for Mrs.
Window's BoothlneSympand take
noniacr aua. a. vaaui aruv.
VI'.AUR h Wlt.T.lONS ol
f orthelrCUU-DKEN whlloTIHiTH-
nd Is the
after bcinir re
llievcil of the
Beginning Friday, Feb. 1
At 8 o'clock
185 Hotel St.
Phone Blue 1411.
Is quite the rage. It will ba properly
ahaped If ordered from
JCWCLCR 1023 MAUNAKCA 3T,
This FENCE is made Horse-High, Bull
Strong and Mongoose-Proof
WOVEN ON YOUR PRLMIbLS BY
J. C. AXTBLL & CO.,
NOS. 1048-50 ALAKEA ST.
HONOLULU, T. H.
P, O. BOX 642
HHONC BLUE ISO I,
pVERY Article reduced in price.
BarRains in All Departments.
In some cases prices almost cut
in two. Come and examine the
Goods and Prices.
L. B. KERR & CO., Ltd.
Alakea Street .
WOULDA8K YOU TO
.. INSPECT THE FINEST
EVER SHOWN IN HONO
.11 I" MP
'i l ' 7
Cor. Fort and King Sti.
PHONE MAIN m
BOSTON BliDQ., FORT STREET.
Mike Wright Cigar
The best smoke sold
this market. Try It.
HAY8ELDEN TOBACCO COMPANY,.
ALEXANDER YOUNG BLDG.
EXPERT MANICURING for ladles
ind gentlemen. Scalp treatment
and facial massage, at
MRS. DORIS E. PARIS' PARLOR8,
1156 FORT 8T. opposite CONVENT.
VICTOR TALKING MACHINES
Compare he talking machine of flvn
years ago with the Victor of today
and note the wonderful advancement.
It Is Impossible to conceive of any fur
ther Improvement In this almost hu
BERQSTROM MUSIC CO. LTD.
-I la kept on file at E.
THIS PAPER I C. DAKE'S ApVER.
1 T I 8 I N G AGENCY,
124 Sansoma St., San Francisco, Cat.,
where contracts for advertising cm
be mad for It,
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