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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, February 25, 1908, 3:30 O'CLOCK EDITION, Page 8, Image 8',
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nvENiNO npLLm;iN. Honolulu, t h TrnflruY. pnn. 2:., mos.
BIGHT or WRONG-
Franklins arc either desperately
wrong or everlastingly vigiit
And you ought t know which.
An air-cooled motir that cools better than water, and
yet produces a more efficient cylinder-wall temperature is
either a big mistake or a big advantage.
Light-weight comtruction that is stronger and safer
than heavy construction is either a foolish fad or advanced
i Complete comfort built into
aim nei auuuy. liuma uuu uiu-tuKu iii-iauu,i
are cither a passing notion or the longest step forwaid yet
Liken in automobiling.
You owe it to youielf to investigate these questions
before you buy a motor-car.
Come in here and see the Franklin before yon decide.
E. O. Hall & Son, Zitd.
VHItll II I
SEEN IN AN AUTO RIDE FOR
Jusl call 290 on the 'nhone
Ladies' Neckwear at Cut
liE have a big assortment of these beauti
li W ful SILK EMBROIDERED COLLARS,
I Latest Style. 50c tut
f i YEE CHAM & CO.,
The most durable and effi
cient engines made. Ask the
We have several in stock and a large shipment of all sizes
on the way.
M - YOUNG CO., LTD.,
For Sidebone Spavin, Ringbone,
Enlarged Tendons, and old and per
sisteut esses of lameness.
SAFE CURE and EFFECTIVE.
Acts like magic on shoulder, hip,
loin and early tendon lameness.
svjtjppf it mmitiLjfriii1 , Tr!
We arc referring to your house it needs a coat-of paint and needs
it badly. Let us fit it with a new coat of paint. Real Paint put ou by
THE PAINTE E PHONE 420.
the 9ry frame of the car
5.00 an Hour
and ask fcr QUINN. .
to 25c; 25c cut to 15c
cor. Bethel & King
all druggists and
you have lost a coat, Let us
supply you with a new one.
This Is Not
A Tailor's Adveitisement.
V1 1 &TPTT
EDITED BY CHARLIE ALBRIGHT
England Bidding High
For BurnsJohnsofl Fight
LONDON, llnglnnd, Feb. 24 A Urltlsh syndicate hns bid for the
Burns-Johnson tight, tn take nlnco In Hnnlund. Burns hns accented.
nlmlll I lallli
16 ill BACHELORS
Married Men Willing To
Prove Skill And
There Iiiih lung liven on unsettled
contimersy between the nulrrlod nut
bliiRlu men (if the Oiiliu Country Club
im to their relatUo merits ut the Rolf
lug K-inie. The bachelors maintain
that bccniue of tliu fact that they do
tiot have to walk the Moor at night or
do any of the ninny (illior arduous
initios Hupiiosed to full to the lot of
the benedict, they nro always In con
dition to bwIhk a club viciously for u
lung drive or lirliiK U easily IIuiiurIi
The nlr Tor a K title wull-altued touch
it the ball. They claim that the nun
rled linn In unable to carrv out uny
real athletic h)(i t hecuuxo he Ih con
tluunlly tied down. The foreuoln:;
ure only a few of Ihe tdy slama and
teasing taunts (but have been bunded
out to the biiiudlcu for u Iouk time.
Now, In righteous Indignation, the
latter have risen to the occasion mid
declared lheniFe!es willing at ntiy
i one to meet the baabters In the un
married class. They will defend their
honor and reputation at any cost.
The tournament, Benedict vs. Bach
lor, has not been definitely arranged
as ct, but It will be in the near fu
ture. : :: k
I'ackey McKarlnml paid 'i for a
Sialr of Eicon trunks a few years ago
and now ho wouldn't sell them for
J2000. lie wore them In the liist
light, is wearing them still, and saya
ho couldn't light without them. I'ack
ey is like Terry McGovcrn, who woro
IiIh famous trunks until they looked
like an old battle Hug, tattered and
At a icccnt meeting of tho San
J-innclsco Kennel Club tho following
officers wcro elected for tho ensuing
yetir: John L-f Cunningham, presi
dent; V. S. Kittle, first vlco prcsl
dent; Lloyd Ilaldwtn, second vlco
president i Fred. P. Duller, secrctnry-
trensuter; bench show committee,
Messrs. Cunningham and Ilutler,
:: n n
About 100 automobiles wore pur
chimed In Honolulu during tho year
1007. So far this year only about
twenty machines havo changed hands
The total number of licenses at the
present time reaches In tho neighbor
hood of 03.
st :t :t
The horses for tho lacoa on Maul
In July aro looming up. D. II. Da
vis, an officer in tho racing associa
tion there, has been In Honolulu for
. few days sizing up the situation.
Preparations arc bolng made for
the launching of the Hawaii. Stir-
eyors nio measuring tho distances,
slopes and angles fiom the boat to
u n :t
In tho Westminster Kennel Club's
ithow held In Madison Squill o Gulden,
Now York, I-'eb, 11th, 2006 dog
woio entered, breaking all records for
:: :: n
Angur, McPhco, tho champion roper
of the world, left today on thu Muuna
Lou. Ho will piobably go lo work on
(ne of thu ranches on tho 111 Inland.
The tinp-shootlng season iu San
Kraticlsco begun on Washington's
lllrthduy when tho big llluo Hoek
Tourney was bold.
It ought to bo worth while to see
a mntcb between tho bachelor and
benedict contingents at tho Country
t tj n
Tho runahou football team will
clash wltn tho High Hchool this aft
ernoon ut Mitklkt Field.
Tho Norwegian steamship Cecilia,
which has arrived In Philadelphia, ro
lorts hu'vlng encountered ton water
kpouts on Its trip from Cnrlagcnas.
3T7 BULLETIN AD8. PAY -2St?
Judge Dole Denominates
It the Conscience Of
In his charge to the Federal Or a ml
Jury yesterday. Judge Dole outlined
his Idea as to the leal mission of
(Irand Juries and the part which
tho "conscience of tho community"
thoiild play. The Judge said In part:
"In a sense, the Grand Jury may
bo said to bo the conscience of the
community. Sitting npart from tlio
turmoil of business and tho distrac
tions of social excitements, It enjoys
a status which promotes u sensitive
ness In relation to those iicts which
tiro Inconsistent with individual or
public rights u nd so tend to subvert
tho laws mid thereby prejudice tho
Interests of Miclety. In its represen
tative 'capacity It curries largo re
sponsibilities in relation to tho wel
fare of tho body politic, which sense
of rospontbillty can hardly fall tn
promolo watchfulness toward crimi
nal developments as hostile to Buch
welfare, itnd that sentiment of fair
play which would protect persons
rhaiRcd'Wttii the commission of of
fenses against the laws, from public
ity and tho odium of public trials, ex
1 1' pt upon probable cause supported
ly competent evidence sulllclent, un
less contradicted or otherwise cx
I lalucd, to warrant a conviction.
"Tills representative quality of tho
Uriuid Jury is n most important cle
ment in tho value of Its work, where
by the public Is kopt In tnucli with
the proceedings of the criminal side
of the court. It Is highly probable
that In thoso systems where tho pros
ecuting oiricefhas the responsibility
of bringing Indictments, the work Is
generally ns well dono by such an of
ficer as by tho average (Irand Jury,
but the secondary benefit to tho com
munity Is lost, that-offect on public
sentiment which comes from the pub
lic taking pnrt in and assuming some
of the responsibilities of criminal
proceedings against violators of laws,
as in the caso under tho Grand Jury
"Tho operation of this system lias
an educative Influence upon the body
of cltlzcDg from which the jurors arr
drawn, 'gradually acquainting It
with tho principles nnd objects of the
criminal laws and tho methods by
which they nro enforced, thereby ln
eulcitlng a respect for good laws and
developing ,i crltlcnl intelligence as
i to defectlvo or unjust legislation,
which must favorably affect public
sentiment and eventually tho law
making authority. Tho effect of a He-
ilous iceognltlon by the citizen of the
supremacy of law. It need hardly bo
, said, is of the utmost value in tho
I promolon of civil order nnd tho pro
; lection of national and prlvnto Inter
Tho Kanulu Ladles lloat Club will
havo its niuslcalo tonight Instead of
lomoirow nlglit as has been crioneoiis
I "Kid" Tate, manager of Kroelecher,
tho Swiss wrestler, called around at
tho Ilulletlii olTlco this morning. Ho
hays that there will undoubtedly bo a
match pulled off between his man
nnd Henry VIda's "dark horso." Tho
two managers nro duo for a confab on
Thursday, whon urrangementH will
probably bo inado. Vlda has a Jap-
tnoso whoso Identity ho will not ilia-
oloio, but ho seems to havo plenty
, at coin behind him, for ho wants lo
I bbc., ! n.i.. . mza
I FOR RErfT.
To one or two young men, furnished,
(iiilulde mosquito proof room und
bath with board; high .Blovntlnn.
address "!).," Hulletln. 3912-21
IKiot n J?30 forfeit now and put $250
more Hie day beforo Die match. Kioo
loclier Is training dally, spending n
great deal of bis time at tho beach
swimming and running, ,'n wants to
go over to Maul for a week, but Tulo
an dotbers think It would be bad pot
Icy. Tho probable dato for the match,
which will be catch-ns catch-can, will
be April 4.
N POST OFFICE (tit
Tho Federal Qraml Jury Is working
today on the Hawaii pustofneo embez
zlement cat.0, in which Kokl, tho post
master, Is charged with having tapped
Undo Sam for n considerable amount.
It Is expected that tho matter may re
sult In ntfiro serious charges than havo
yet been officially placed ngjlii3t Kokl,
rs the disappearance of tho two pack
ages of money, aggregating $1500. Is
a factor which Is undoubtedly being
Tho lessons of the evening course
nt tho College of Agriculture and Me
chanic Arts will be taken up this even
ing as follows: D. I-. Van Dlno will
give tliu first lesson on entomology,
which will he well Illustrated with
sterooptlcon Blldos. It will Include a
brief study of Ipsects in their relation
to thu rest of tho animal kingdom, and
something of their life history and de
velopment. Jarcd (. Smith will continue with
tho terles of lectures on botany.
The previous meetings havo proven
quite Interesting and have been well
attended. Korty-elght poisons are
now regularly enrolled as members of
4MK" BULLETIN ADS. PAY -ZlV
NEW - TO-DAY
REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF
HAWAII, AT HONOLULU, IN THE
TERRITORY OF HAWAII, AT
THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS, FEB.
Loans nnd Discounts.. !72,4G'J.o:!
Overdrafts, secured and
U. S. llonds to Becura
V. S. llonds to cecu re
U. S. Deposits 2.'i,400.OO
Other Honds to seeuro
I;. S. Deposits .... 288.5G1.0O
Premiums un U. S.
llonds, securities, etc. 12,700.00
Hanking house, furnl-
tme, nnd fixtures. . - 2,000.00
Duo from State Hanks
and Hankers . .'. . . 21,123.73
Duo f I om approved re
servo agents 12.3G7.GX
Checks and other cash
Notes of other Nation
al Hanks U70.00
Fractional paper cur
rency, nickels, und
cents 124. in
Lawful Money Reserve
in Bank, viz.:
notes 160.00 194,127. GO
Redemption fund with
U. S. Ticasuror (G.
of circulation) 12, GOO. 00
Capital stock paid I11..S GOO.OOO.OO
Surplus fund 110,000.00
Undivided profits, less
expenses and taxes
National Hank notes
outstanding 249,997. GO
Dividends unpaid .... 110.00
subject to check... G03.G44.02
Demand certificates of
Cei tilled checks 17G.3G
United Stntes deposltB 133,200.42
Deposits of U. S. dis
bursing officers ... 17G.G12.14
Notes and bills rcdls-
counted GO. 000. 00
Liabilities other than
those above stated. . 2. GO
Territory of Hawaii,
Pnutltv nf Until, ftci
I, L. T. Peck, Cashier of tho above
named bank, do solemnly swear that
tho above statement Is true to the
best of my knowledge and belief,
(Signed) L. T. PECK,
M. P. ItOHINBON.
V. II. CASTLL',
Subscribed and sworn to beforo 1110
this 2Gth day of Kcbrnary, 1908.
(Slgnnd) I L. PKTtillS,
Notary Public, First Jnd. Circuit,
new designs and
rolorinps in sheer
from. 20c ytl.
SEE WINDOW DISPLAY
ji ''' - -
. $fa First Showing
vW ?fc . of NeW
. k. "CN
"DOROTHY DAINTY" Ribbon Sets.
Gas Co., Ltd.
SUPPLIES OP ALL KINDS.
The Best Cigars and Tobacco.
and UYRTLX CIOAS STORE.
The easiest riding auto, in town for
public service and the one to be hired
at the lowest rate, I have.
Ring up at av time
3. A. MoLEOJS. . . .TELEPHONE 244.
Dl.nlt book of al( l'. Udsnr&,
etc. inannfctnrd by the HnlHtln Pub
I hlnc Cnmnnny.
fM '.U-JAi-lll LJIIHIIHJIKJfl'.LimU.
ad NEGLIGEE SHIRTS
From $1.25 to $2.00 for the best on earth.
UNDERWEAR FOR MEN. SHORT DRAWERS WITH v
SHIRTS TO MATCH, $1.00 the Suit.
SOEIVEN'S ELASTIC SEAM DRAWERS, full length.
STRAW HATS from $2 to $3. LATEST BLOCK DER
NECKWEAR, beautiful patterns and. latest shapes.
DRESSY TIES from Twenty-five to Seventy-five Cents.
BEAUTIFUL 'HALF HOSE, nobby patterns and fashion
able shades, TWENTY-FIVE TO SEVENTY-FIVE CENTS.
L. B. KERR & CO., LTD.,
ALAKEA STREET NEAR HOTEL.
. Tel. 109
WE ARE A0ENTB FOR
Winton Touring Car
The Tincst Cars Ever Seen in Hono
lulu. Gall and See Them.
MERCHANT BT. PHONE 383.
at the automobiles, baggies and car
riages we have recently overhauled
THEN SEE US.
W. W. Wright Go,
King Street near South
Schuman Carriage Co.,
The Cigar of Quality. v
HAYSELDEN TOBACCO CO., LTD.
P ?i, Burnetts,
attorney: Notary: Conveyancer:
Seal Estate: Mt'g. Loans: Collec
tions. Agent to Grant Marriage Llo
tnses. Office 70 Merchant St. Phone 310.
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