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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II, TI1UIISIUY, mn. 20, 1908.
made n perfect score in the Endurance Race around the Isl
and. It only used 4 3-4 gallons of .r.'schne and a half a pint of oil It
did not have to bother about water at all, r.s it .s an AIR-COOLED CAIl.
Being an Air-Cooled car it is a light car.
Unnecessary weight means loss of viator. Renair bills. Gasoline
bills. Tire expense. Awkwardness. Disooinfort. Dinger.
Every pound of superfluous weight means more work for your en
gine to do. Your horse-power doesn't do so much less speed, slower work
en the hilh. What's the use of buying high hone-power and throwing
it away on weight?
A heavy, complicated, water-coaled engine has more to get out of
order than an air-cooled engine That Minus IJcie Keaeir-Hills. A heavy
automobile injurei itself by janinR. That Heani More Repair-Bills. A
heavy automobile wears out tires f.it Gt'll Move E::p:nse. A heavy au
tomobile is hard to manage Thit Msons Dsngir.
There is no comfort possible, uner average touring conditions, with
o heavy stiff-frame half-spring machine.
We have just received a Model D 1903 .Franklin Touring Car and it
jou arc looking for a light, powerful, elegant car, this is the one you
Let us tfe you a demonstration. Our Mcdel G ear just at hand has
been sold, tfut we have, more G Touring i-d 0 Runabouts on the way and
can show them to you in a few weeks.
E. O. Hal? fe Son,
I Beautiful Honolulu
SEEN IN AN AUTO RIDE TOR
$S.OO an Hour ..
i Just call 290 on the 'phone and ask fcr QUINN.
N Just arrive J ex Alameli. T.ic
In fancy plaids striped
LOWEST TR to
YEE CHAN & CO.,
Tlip mnst durable and e(H-
cient engines made. Ask the -
Wc have several in stoek and n
on the way.
VON HAMM -,Y0UNG CO., LTD.,
For Sidebono Spavin, Ringbone,
Enlarged Tendons, and old and per
sistent coses of lameness.
SAFE CURE and EFFECTIVE.
Acts like magic on shoulder, hip,
Join and early tennon lameness.
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We are lefcrring to vour house -it needs a coat of paint and needs
it badly. Let ns fit it - an a new coat of paint Real Paint put cri by
THE P A I II T E RPH0NE 420.
bfst quality nnd latest patterns in
an! flowc dcsii-us.
IN IKE CITY.
cor. Bethel King 1
large shipment of all sizes
nil druggists and
you have lost a coat. Let us
supply you with a new one.
This Is Not
A Tailor's Advcitisement,
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Local and National
EDITED BY CHARLIE ALBRIGHT
night limniUMl nml ten dollars
worth of mils for the jacht llnwnll
nrrlvcil here on the Imat that anio
down f torn tho Comt yiMrnlaj These
have been ordered fur pome time, and
were made by an expert In the Stales..
They are the rndns raa', nad will be
prepared fooii so that no trouble will
be ovpcrleneed tlttliiK them on the
ynebt v.hen the time mines The hol
low wood musts nre enpeited hero
oon. In fait. AIp I.!e ralil tho other
dny that he looked for them on every
The following aie the names of tho
various railnc falls which will carry
the ymlit nlonK alllnK In tho run
icro t.ie I'aild-: Turc and v main
alls. Jib. staysail, tquaresall, main
tn'isall fisherman's staysail, baby Jib,
and rnffee Tho Hawaii will not have
Ilnildir Alex l.ylo Is wrapped tip In
Mi.' WHsel lie Ul.iill(11ni;. He snys
I lint she will undoubtedly be tho lln
td craft of her kind nml ilnss that
eer llnatid 111 Honolulu harbor. Her
(lit Inn are magnificent, all of tho In
ii fixture" being lonatruttcil of Ha
uiilan loa wood, whlih take3 n beau
ilful pilMi Tho other day three Ha
uuIMn inmi- up to Alee, anil eaeh of
tin u nmc htm $20 to ko towanlit tho
a ' t Thry were ilcavnl to do It.
Tin wonted an IntTnt In tho boat
thin in lii lo raic arro33 tho l'n
nib. tbe wnnted to feel that they,
! a I a pi oital intcioi In h?r. that
tlim iiwiu'd a piit of her. These fel
Irm nre the imht kind of Bportstnen.
flu feel that the simple fact of theli
ownl-K n shar- In th" boat will un-
h .'lit Jl ntnh U on to victory.
Come Up On Bill Of
The Mellryle-Koloa water enntru
erHy wiib taken up by Judge Mnd-t-.t
this limniliiK, the mutter coming
up on tho Injunction proceedings
bi ought by Mullrjde plantation last
W. A. Kinney nppcarcd for Me
Hndo plantation and Trunk Thomp
miu for Kolo.i. Thompson had lllell
a bill of exceptions to tho 'complaint,
und announced his Intention, If these
weio overruled, of filing a delimiter,
or other answer. Kinney objected to
tht.i. Arguing that Thompson ought
to flk) all his plc.is, denim roic, an
swers, etc., at unco and huvo them
all taken up at the. same time. Judge
Mnds.iy ovcrutlcd the objection and
nnnouucod thut ho would heir nigii-
mont on the exceptions These woro
uigued and oci ruled. Tlionipson
'hen entered n denmiier, which wni
tukun up fiir niguiuent
The Soo ICwnl VI n ciiso was con
cluded yesterday before Commission-
"r lint- h, bo far ns the taking of evi
dence was concerned Hatch louk
tho L-iibo ululcr advisement.
I1IDS ill KTIK
The Hoard of Education h-ld a meet
lng jeMerday nftcrnoon, Commission
er William Wlllinniron presiding In
plaie of Superintendent llalibltt who
l.aa gone Kast,
A number of cont'.ilalnti agnlu-t va
ilnii3 teuilieis wer dheusscd mid e:.
iral of them wcro dlspoted of, otlmrs
going tuer until somo later nieetlng.
Tlio complaints mado ngulntt the
Midrcgors, teachers nt Hauula school,
vas found by Coinnilisloncr Carden,
who Investigated tho matter, to bo
nothing more than a dl-inuto ocr wat
er lights, and tho matterwaH diojipcd.
V. W. TnIor, flrlneljial at Klpahulu,
la involicil In n row with I.ovl lldeph
Taylor lomplalned that two boys, John
I In and Ah Moon, had entered his col
tago nml stolen some money. They
weio nircated nnd confesFed their
unlit, but bter, on ndvlie of Joteph,
withdrew the plea nnd retained Joseph
to defend them.
I n Hun the Chinese editor whom the
lYdtinl uulhoiltlii me trying to ile-
THE ID1 Id
"Kid" Tut the rormcr lightweight
lighter, now miming n little picture
gniuo tn eiowdcd houses hero In Ho
nolulu, has iilnsMinii'd out as u pro
moter of the wrestllug gntno here,
le has taken Huns l'Toolcclicr, the
Swltzcr who ciiuie down hero expect
ing to get n tuntch with the Jap
champion with the unpronounceable
name, undei bis sheltering wing, nml
now comes out with n gient big J50U
challenge m nnj wrcttler In tho Isl
ands. Tnte s.is tli.it ho will back
Hans for this nmount or put it up
ns n forfeit and double the amount
If ho gets n call. . j
"I mn anxious to get a match here
In tho Island for l'foolccher," said
Tnte, tho other day. "1 think ho Is
about the leal candy In this stiong-
rm hus!nciH, and us a proof of my
belief In him. I will back him for
$500 any time against any wrestler
in tho Islands I do not know whe
ther or not there nre ally local cham
pions, but 1 think tli,crc should be,
lor the Hnwallans, as a rule, nre
splendidly built, and havo strong
physiques Then, of course, there nre
tho Jap wrestle1"!, bid I do not bc
Hove there aie nn urns of Nippon In
Hawaii wi.o would havo n looU-ln
with linns lie has tossed Tom Jen
kins around on the mat iiiiiUI'iirincr
Hum's felt that he was being man
handled when he tackled Kruclcthor
Hcmcmbcr, I have that 500 plunks
icady to back the Swtt7cr nny time.'
:t t: :.
May Sutton will probably gn Hast
this summer to lecaptuie tho Amer-.'i-.in
lawn tennis championship.
Secy. Mott-Smith Calls
Mass Meeting to Talk
A notice wiib Issued fiom the Cov
( i inn 'h office this lnoi nlng, Blgued
with tho name of Secretary Jlott
b'ailtli, calling a units meeting for
Match I at tho rooms offthe Cliuiu
ber of Comineice, to dlscuas plans
for tho cntertalniuent of tho licet
Governor Frenr tajs that, of
nun so, something must be done, and
he thinks It nilvlsahle to begin early,
mi that' everything may not bo left
liu the last hour. The meeting Is
t.illd principally to give those who
ma) have Ideas ns to what should be
dune an opportunlt to mako sugges
tions. A number of Chinese have of late
been imtklng complaints that their
wicB had been enticed away fioni
them by unscrupuloiiB fellow conn
trymc'i, und tho Chinese' Consul lino
t.iken tho mttpr tp. Ho has com
plained to hath the pollco and tli
rederal aulhoiltles, who will now
woil, together to secure evidence nml
bring the offenders before Justice un
dei the IMmunds Act.
TlHiisdny, I'ebiuary 20.
KAlll'I.UI-r-Salled, Teh. 10:
Am ship Krsklnc SI. I'holps, fo;
KAIIUI.UI Arrived, Feb. 20:
A -H. S. S. Nevndan, fiom Hono
lulu. : :: :: :: t: ti t: :: t: t: s: :: tt :: si t:
port on tho ground that he Is a labor
er, applied for a teacher's certificate
on tho strength of Ills Chinese ill
Miss I.oulsa I'lhl. teacher at the I'd
liukuina fclir.nl, was traneferrcd toKa
paa lo lake the place vncated by Mrs
Nenl, A formal offer of tho Kamnlo
uliool was mnda to Miss McCorrlstou
The naino of .Mrs. ICcawo was present
ed for appointment to the I'alu school
end was faornbly considered, but no
mtlon was taken in the matter
Miss Knwalnul, leather nt Walalua,
was granted a leao of bsenco for to
days, Miss Nicholson being named h.i
.ilbstltute to fill her pi aie. Miss Whit
llnglou, uf Kekaha, Kaunl, was also
gianted n lcae of nhsence. Her plaie
will be taken by Miss I-'nstoth.
Comjilalnt came from Kukiilhaclc
Hint J do Sllvo. tho teaihcr there, Is
ton fico In his ut-u of the itxl
Tho resolution iirovldlng for the
transfer to the Territory of the I.nhal
lialuna fcihool lanilKwai adopted
Tho championship game In tho
Kii'lanl.iniiolo Baseball League be
tween tho Chinese A. C nnd. Knnlas
to be played next Sunday at Anl.i
I'urk will probably furnish nn cn
llrelj now Eensatloii In baseball cir
cles. The piospccts of n faster game is
most promising, as It may bo the de
ciding game, if tho Kmilns should
win, hut tho Eons of tho flowery
kingdom hne not bo far lost "confi
dence, and will unquestionably give
their. opponents a hard rub. Their
chances of carrying nway tho laurels
will be us good ns the Kaalns, should
they win from them next Sunday, in
which event they will bo tied, which
will caiiHo tho filial gapie ot tho
rehedulo to be played to decide tho
championship for tho seasn of 190".
Captain Chi Hill Mnrk of the ('.
A C.'e expressed his regrets over tho
game phijcil last Sunday, but ns tho
baseball fans know lilm to bo a true
blue Iportsm.in, nnd untiring In hU
efforts they realize that errors nro
t-omctlniCH unaoldablo nnd will no
doubt bear with him In the unfortu
nate mishaps Hint crippled his team.
It Is expected that by Sunday all
of the members of Hie team will bo
tn good condition.
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Toxlinll P. Keeno hns two horses
In the Hugllsh (Irani! Nntldnnl Steo
1 lechaso this year. Tho pair to carry
the Kcone colors on March 27th nro
Prophet III and Chorus.
One of Anthony Hope's
The Arrival of the Prince
and Princess of the
and the most lauirhablc nlav
Given by the
Tickets, 25c, 50c & $1.00
Feb. 22nd, 1908.
HUMOR AND WIT!!!!!
17 ORIGINAL STUNTS!
For the Benefit of the Yacht
Tickets $1.00 Each
on sale at Mclncrny Shoe Store.
We now handle all the stan
dard plates used by photogra
Photo Supply Co.
" Everything Photographic ."
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Our EMBROIDERY SALE
is still on
I Plain White Silk Hose, with Lisle ffl
H Feet, Special at 9
1 $1.25 a pair, all sizes ' I
in white and fancy for the Floral
to . rarade.
t For Sale
, Tel. 109
WE ARE AGENTS FOR
Winton Touring Car
I.he Finest Cars Ever Seen in Hono
lulu. Call and Sec Them.
MERCHANT ST. PHONE 388.
at the automobiles, buggies and car
naces we have recently overhauled
THEN SEE US. "
W, W. Wright Cc,
King Street near South
Schuman Carriage Co.,
The Cigar of Quality.
HAYSELDEN TOBACCO CO., LTD.
P H, 8umetf-
Attorney: Notary: Conveyancer:
Real Estate: Mt'p:. Loans: Colleo
'ions. Agent to Grant Marriage Lic
enses. Office TO Merchant St. Phore 310.
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NOW GOING ON
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ALAKEA STREET NEAR HOTEL.
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SUPPLIES OF ALL KINDS.
The Best Cigars and Tobacco.
and MYRTLE CIGAR STORE.
The easiest riding auto, in town for
nublio service and the one to be hired
at 'the lowest rate, I have.
Ring up at any time
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