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EVENING nUU-HTJN, HONOt.UI.tI, T. II.. WEDNESDAY. FF.D. 10 I80S.
made ft perfect score in (be End.irnr.oe Race around the Isl
and. It only wed 4 3-4 gallons of goli.-.e and a half a pint of oil. It
did not have to bother about water a' all, c.s it is in AiP.-COOLED CA.
Being an Air-Ccolcd car it is a light car.
Unr.e:esjary veigiit means loss of power. Bemir hills. Gasoline
hills. Tire expense. Awkwardness. Discomfort. Manser.
Every pound of superfluous weight means more work for your en
eW to do. Your horse-power doesn't do so much less snecd, slower work
en tho hills. What's tho use of buying
it away on weigntt
A heavy, complicate.!, wator-co'aled engine has more to get out of
order than an air-cooled engine Hut Mcana Hoie Bcnair-Eillt. A heavy
automobile injures itself by jarring. That Menn3 More Repair-Bills. A
heavy automobile wears out tireo fait Still More Expense. A heavy au
tomobile is hard to manage That Mtans Danger.
There is no comfort possible, unisr average touring conditions, with
a heavy atiiT-frame half-spring machine.
Wc have just received a Model D 1008 Franklin Touring Car and 11
jou arc looking for a light, powerful, clcgnnt.cnr, this is the one you
Let us give you a demonstration. Our Model 0 car just at hand has
been sold, but wc have more G Tour'i'g and 0 Runabouts on the way and
eon show th;m to you in a few weeVs.
E. O. Hall fa Son,
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Enlarged Tendons, and old nnd per
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SAFE CURE and EFFECTIVE.
Acts like magic on shoulder, hip,
loin and ctrly tendon lameness.
We arc referring to yutir home -it needs a coat of paint and needs
it badly. Let us fit it with a new coat of paint Heel Faint put ei by
high hone-power and throwing J
a-.d flower designs.
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supply you with n new one.
This Is Not
A Tailor's Advertisement.
EDITED DY CHARLIE ALBRIGHT
Neat Little Yacht Buries
Her Nose In Big
"Mnlnlo." tho crock llltle yacht,
wuh glen n piiipcr nil Ins scstcidiiy,
whon a cottplo of newspaper men
luolt AngiM Mcl'ltco out for a Enll.
Tlic Mnloln has liar moorings Just oft
tho Allen wharf, mid It was from
liure that the start was made.
Thcio was not much wind until
the inn liml hcou m a do nut hy the
iliaiinel wharf; then her hlg spread.
of c.invnss hcBnn tn feci the pressure,!
Hid the boat went oer on one gun
wale and fairly shut thioiigh the va
ier The wind was to the north, mid
uiio long tack can led the Malolo well
iiuuldu tho haibur. Just Inside op
I'osito the boathoiiso there aic sever
al yachts built after the same styln
us the Malolo. Two of them Intra
been recently icp.ilntcd mid present
i frosh, clean appearance. The yacht
teuton will ptohahly bilng out nil
the boats with new clothes.
When No. I! wan passed the waves
Increased considerably, as did nl'O
the wind, and evoi Jump the little,
sklmmor bulled her noso under tho
me amine swell, .lohiiny Wlnteis
ti.id Inleiiiled to conic, but the swing
of the tea does nut I'glee with him,
so he waved in farewell from tho
whnif when wo loft. Mac iciuarkeil
that It luohably was Juat as woll
that lio hud stayed behind, for rldlnjj
in the boat out there v113 not exactly
like sitting oa a nice gcutlo cow
l.uny or oven a wild bucking hron
The eld whaler John mid Wln
tliuip, a fierce, balteied-1111 old ves
sel, looking as If she might fall npatt
ny moment, was patsed. A pait of
her lllainous-lookliig, muchly-be-whlskered
crow calmly spit tobacco
juice at us an tho .Malolo sailed
.ii'ound her htoru. Tho John mid
Wlni hrop may be the stnunchest ves
cl in ci cation, but sho certnln'y
ilociii't look aj if Elio would last a
nee!:. i.m'Ii leiu llvo years, for which
time slio Is now piovlsloncd.
On, on, past tho bell-buoy plunged
the Mulolo. Hero It wns that lliotli
er Ilicwbtcr mado immortal fame for
himself n& a sailor. He swabbed tho
do"k very, very clean, but ho didn't
Uhe 11 sponge. When he got thiougli,
though, Ills trousers wero dirty.
Not before tlio boat was neaily op
posite Wulklkl was'tho cry "Ilnrd-it-lco"
jioaril from the skipper. Then
I lie 1 1111 homeward with n fair wind
v. .13 begun.
Everything was lovely until the
cntranco to tho harbor wn3 made,
when tho wind veered around con
tinually In squally gusts, making it
Mow work tacking. The Malolo Is a
ell as n fairly fast
was not hard 011 pa-
i-o Blowly. After tho
mado mound tho
tho new lighthouse
1U bo placed, tho calling was again
luooilngs woro reached.
taken up by tho run was
ovor an hour, and eon-
stnnco was covered In
that time. Tho Slalolo will bo put
on the marine railway soon, whero
l.cr bottom will bo cleaned nnd
scraped nnd her deck repainted.
Mil Ml NIB
A sciles of llvo games is what tho
Normal boys now want with tho
lllghs. They will not bo able to play
this Fililay, as was hoped, as they
wish a week at loiiBt In which to
piactlse. In their ucceptanco of tho
High School's challenge, received at
tho latter school this morning, they
piece tlio date for the Mist game 011
Tlio llvo games will bo pLiyed al
ternately at tho High and tho Nor
mal tourtii, tlio first and last games
being nt the High School.
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Tlio last of tho haskothall games
between tho young ladles of tho
High mid Normal Schools, which was
scheduled to tul.o place 011 Saturday,
will not bo played; at least, not 011
the day Intended. I'osslbly 11 gains
will be pulled off a week fiom tl.o
jjry'Tor rtent" ca'fds on tale at
(he Dullctlr oltlco.
KOLOA BH TEAI
A trnino of lueuall wnfl played nt
Kolua, Knunl. i'ti Smidaj, Teh. 10,
between the I.lliue Picked Nine mid
the Koloas, which resulted In favor
of the latter h the xcoic of G-2. It
was mi liiteii'HthiK gaino from start
to llnlsh and a largo crowd turned
out to witness it Another Ramo Is
to he plnjcd between the Bunio teams
i.t tho Mime baseball gi (Hinds Sun
day, I'eb. 23.
The l.tliuc players follow: Ah Hit,
rf; Kcktwa. ss and p; .1. Makalalna,
lb; I'M. HoRiiti. 2b; Kd. Dosha, lib
and p; MrCoss. cs and e; Hen, lb
mid c; J. MoK. of. .1. Mallnn, 3b mid
Koloas .1. Almeida, lb; T. Limn,
cf; P. Kahlhaiiin, p; I. Akana, ss;
A. Perry 2b; ('has. AM, c; .lohiiBon,
If; It. Ilohitm. rf; A. Souza, oh.
Struck nut lly P. Kiililhnuiii, 10;
hy I'd. Dcthii. .": hy Keklwn, 2. Ilaso
on balls KeMwa, 1; Desha, lj P.
Knhlhaiim, 2. Home inn Ucrha,
Almeida, P. Knhlbaiim. Tluee-baso
lilt Souza, I lobion. Kahlbaum, Per
ry, Dealui. Left on hose Mhucs, 2,
1 2 3 -I ! 0 7 S 9
Kolo.i ti 2 () 2 0 0 1 0 12
Llhue :l 2 3 0 0 0 0 0 U-- S
Umplle- V Sihlniinereiiiiig. Scor
er XI. Tovim
Conn., Jan. :
t.. In n
hum! 1 I'd
nlo undcrgr.iduiitcs and others on
tho main iloor of tho university gym
nasium tonight, Tnnlenion Hitachi
yam a, the champion sumo wrestler of
Jnpan, nnd four assistants gave an
exhibition of Japancbo wicstllnf,. Af
terward I,, A. o!o of tho gi adnata
trhool, cliiimplon Intercollegiate
lightweight cntch-as-cntcii-can wres
tler, and (i. I'culer, 'us, tackle 011
the football tenui, each wiestled two
l.ouu with 11 Jaiianese, tho first bout
in each Instance helng In sumo style
i.nd the second In American.
The Japanese won at their own
style, whllo both Dolo and Poster
von In tlm American stylo after live
t: n a
Hans Froolochor, a Swltzer, Is In
town and wants a match with soni
vuMlcr. He claims to have beaten
fitch men as Tom Jenkins and Farm
er Hums, so ho must have consider
:: k :t
!t seems that 11 bunch of noat
tl.tcus lire rjettlng In their good
ork, for a number of small cmft
lue illsappemcd lately
t: :: :t
The Chinese Athletic Club will
fft.ut training for tho big meet next
Monday. Thoy have an aggregation
". (lack athletes.
TI e little Knpolcl Is tied uu til "ho
S. V. Allen wharf. It Is luniorci
that this boat is for bale.
; m X if )i w j k m k x if ft n
Sl fl !! S It X Jji-K M Ji, M ft X M M
The lnntl will dity ut AaPi paik to
night at 7 30 o'clock. Hillowiin: is
March "The liersagllcrl". r.llenbeii;
Oveituie "Alidaliwl'in" I.luko
Inteimezzo "Cnval-v" lijhiu
"Iteinliiljcencos of A'. NaM'ins" . .
Vocul Ilawaljuii Songs.. 'nr. by Merger
i!vu( tlou "Tlio tattooed .Man"
Waltz "Thb Klllnlmia" Anthony
Qiiadrlllo "Scotch Melodlea". l.bldell
"Tlio Star Spangled Ilauiier."
ARRANGE TO MEET
When tho steamship Slborla ur
iles on Satin day Chinese Minister
W11 Ting Kan will bo met at the
wlni: f by a committee of the Com
Uieiclal Club which plans to entei
tain him whllo heio. Minister W11,
who Is a good English scholar, will
speak at tho club.
Clnveruor I'rcar will bo one of tho
!uibtg, besides ton leading Chlneso
merchants of Honolulu. Consul
Chang Too Kan will meet Minister
W11 on tlio steamer, going out In tho
'1 lie committee consists of James
Wiikefleld, Jas. R Moig.ui, M. I'hll
'ips, V I,. Waldiou and It. 11. Tient
lor tho beuellt of tho membeis,
'1 lends and ladles It Is pinposcd to
keep open house jit the Club.
An lohnlatlon for
Crcioleno Ii a Boon to Atthmatlca.
Pitti It .lot tffin mu cHeilitA to brritha In m
rmdr for dU-ast rf th brwthlfiff orgRtit tLkn
U Uk lh riaJf Into tb tlomaclil
I'rrtolcno curi txriiiM lli alf. rnarl
itroiialr ntlirl'. I frrll OTf th dl-etcil
,i, r... with wr hrftth. Itlnir tirolonutd a&n
coniunt Irtalmcnt. U U lnTlubl to mothcri
wlln mall rhlblrcn.
TIiom of a fon
will nnd lmmdlat rill(
from ('out ht or InRam.!
Coadlllon of In thro.U
Send roittl for dft
IkO Vullon Klrxt,
News has been recelv. d fiom Kauai
of mi attempt which was made last
Monday night to ruin one of the his;
ioiierolrs on the Mcllryde plantation
According to this ropmt the padloc'i
on the gate of tho No. 7 ii'icri.ilr,
which Is directly nbnp the No. 1 .
loservolr, was Tiled away nnd the g.ile
opened. Hold resorvolis were filled
at the tlmo, the uppor one rontalnlng
about clcten or twolc million gallons
The McBryrfo jicoplo think that the
water wiib let out of the upper loser
vir with the do'lberato iuiciitlou of
destioylng the lower 0110, as II would
be likely that It would give away
when tho tiomeudoiin Miliiiue of water
lushed upon lta embankments at oa.
time. They do not, however, name
nnonc as tho perpetrator.
I.uc'ill) no lUiinagu waB done beyond
tlie Ioms of a laigo amount of wnt'T
The spillways of the lower reserwdr
wero alile to cany olf tho ocrflmv.
I Hnth reservoirs hao been filled since
A LENGTHY DOCUMENT
An Interventor In the Biilt of I.eW'
crs & Cooko against the llurrell Coir
structlon Co. wns tiled In tho olllco of
the clerk of the II. S. Dlsttlct Court
by the Hank of Hawaii. Tho com
plaint is one of tho longest docu
ments cer filed In a local court, con
taining 900 pages, with 12 addition
al pages of exhibits. It Is an no
flgncd milt of 11 lnigo number of
woikmcif, aggregating ?17,!):i4.10.
Tlio workmen wero engaged in the
constiuctlon of tho building at the
Kaliaull.l military reservation.
Tho Honolulu lion Worku also In
tcnenes with 11 suit for S2S3"i.7:i,
plus Intoiost, costs; attorney's com
missions, etc. E. O. Hall tt Son will
-. i ii a
5" j'.' ii U ii ii ii -X it
Toinporatiircs C n. 111., CS: $ a. in.,
7.1,'iu a. m., 73; noon, 71; moiulug
Uurometer, 8 11. in., 30.11; absolute
humidity, 8 n. m J.3D1 grains per
cubic foot; relative humidity, 8 a. m.,
no per tent; dew point, S a. 111., 53.
Wind (1 a. ni o!oclty 4, direction
i:.; 8 a. m., velocity 3. dliectlon R;
10 11. 111., voloclty 12, dliectlon s. H.;
noon, Ldnclty 11, dliectlnn S.
Itainfall dining 21 hoiira ended S a.
in., .00 Inch.
Total wind movement dining 21
hours ended at noon, 218 mlleii.
VM. II. STOCKMAN.
r'FOllnii Oliceior. II. S. Weather flnreiiu.
Automobiles nro still selling In the
same old way. Scholium's auto ex
port went over to llllo on tho KI11.111
yesterday with 11 machine, to do 11
CS aULLETIN ADS. PAV rS
knew a man who would not use
matches, but stuck. to the tinder box?
Vhat would you call him?
HOW ABOUT YOURSELF? Arc
you developing in the dark-room
still? Why not be PROGRESSIVE
Here is what C. H. Claudy savs :
"It has been proven by logic, by
experiment, and by rule of thumb,
time after time, that Tank Develop
ment dees nil that 'linnd and eve can
do, yet there are thousands who re-
iuse to uencve what is a Known lact,
aim still stick to the old red light,
not, stnny room, ana variable torin
ula methods." The
Ingento Tank Developer
makes developing easy and pleasant. I
makes developing easy and pleasant.
It is the simplest, easiest, and best.
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"Everything Photographic" Tort St.
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. S ' WHITNEY
1 Our EMBROIDERY SALE
is still on
1 HOSIERY SPECIAL 3
H Plain White Silk Hose, with Lisle U
Feet, Special at
$1.25 a pair, all sizes I
in white and fancy for the Floral
WE ARE AGENTS FOR
Winton Touring Car
1'hc Finest Cars Ever Seen in Hono
lulu. Call and See Them.
MERCHANT ST. PHONE 388.
at the automobiles, buggies and car
riages we have recently overhauled
THEN SEE US.
W. W. Wright Co..
King Street near South
Schuman Carriage Co.,
The Cigar of Quality.
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Attorney: Notary: Conveyancer:
Real Estate: Mt'tf. Loans: Collec
tions. Agent to Grnnt Carriage Lio-
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NOW GOING ON
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SUPPLIES OF ALL KINDS.
The Best Cigars and Tobacco.
and MYRTLE CIGAR STORE.
The easiest riding auto, in town for
public service and the one to be hired
nt the lowest rate, I have.
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