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JO ' r KVENINQ DULLKTIN, .HONOLULU, T, II., WHPNiaUA. Al-it. za, laua
One of the Handsomest
Runabouts in Town
This Car just received and on
exhibition at our Garage
FRANKLIN "0" RUNABOUT, WITH HAMPER AND SIN
OLE OR DOUBLE RUMBLE SEAT.
The Value of the Franklin
FRANKLIN "D" TOURING CAR, THE OREATEST OF
5-rASSENOER AUTOMOBILES. ,
A New York dealer recently offered for wile 1,600 second-hand machines ranging from 20 to 60 hone
' power. The automobile listed at the highest price was a 20 horsepower 1000 Franklin a Type D. And he
sold it. . . -
Why do second-hand Franklins bring so much money!
Mainly became Franklins don't wear themselves out. They don't pound the roads like a heavy, half
spring machine. They don't shake themselves to pieces. They are" not over-powered.
They have no water-cooling system. That saves weight and trouble. And the air-cooled engine gets
more work out of the fuel. And there is the saving of tires. ,
The operating and depreciation cost of the average heavy 5-passenger, water-cooled machine is usual
ly 50 per cent, more than that of the Franklin Type D in some cases more. , .,
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FRANKLIN "D' TOURING CAR WITH TOP.
LIGHT WEIGHT AND EASY - RIDING QUALITIES
MAKE THIS CAR THE PEER OF ANY.
Did anybody ever know a Pranklin to wear out ?
SEE THEM AT THE
PALOLO BELT ROAD
Many Bills Are Signed
By Governor And
' 59th Day Afternoon Session'
llcforo tlio Scntito adjourned c
lerday afternoon, Douthltt's coiicur
iviit resolution, adopted by tlio
House, was presented to anil adopted
by the Senate. Tlio resolution au
thorizes the Superintendent of Pub
He WorkK to build a belt load In Pa
Secretary Mott-Smlth notified tlio
Senate, that the Coventor had 'signed
tlio following bills:
IIouko Hill No. 221, Art U7, enti
tled "An Act to Amend Section 1717
of tlio Itcvlsed Laws UclatliiR to tlio
Decision by a Couit In Writing In
Trials Without Jury."
House Hill No. 230, Act 118, en
titled "An Act to Amend Section 121
of Act 118 of the Session Laws of
1907, entitled 'An Act Incorporating
tho City and County of Honolulu.' "
House lllll No. 22G, Act 119, en
titled "An Act to Amend Section
tilled "An Act to Amend Section
UOi of Chapter 91 of tho Itcvlsed
Laws of Hawaii."
Ilouso Hill No. 224, Act 12C, en
titled "An Act Relating to tho Tax
ation of Insurance Companies,
Amending Section 2C21 of the He-
Used Laws of Hawaii."
limine lllll No. 228. Act 127. en
titled "An Act Ilelatlng to the Col
lege of Agriculture and Mechanic
Arts, amending Section 3 of Act 21
of the Laws of 1907."
The song recital nt tho Alexander
Young Hotel next lYlday evening
Miould attract many tourists ns well
as the Honolulu public. Tho singers
are Island-born, having received
their Mwal Instruction hero under
Mr. Hugo llerzer, which In Itself as-
Bines success. Mrs. Will Whitney
will be the accompanist. Tho recital
will bo under the patronago of Her
Majesty I.llluokalaiil, Mrs. Walter P.
1'rear, Mrs. San ford II. Dole, Mrs. E.
I). Tenney, Mrs. Geo. Herbert, Mrs.
S. M. Damon, Mrs. A. V. Wall, Mrs.
Itohcrt Lowers, Mrs. II. I Dilling
ham, Mrs. I'rederlcU Lowrey, Mrs.
A. r. Schaofcr. Mrs. U. A. Mott
Sinltli, Mrs. J, ib. A. McCundless, Mrs.
L. L. McCandless, Mrs. H. M. von
Holt, Mrs. Ultra Wight', Mrs. J. S.
Mcflrcw, Mrs. i:. V. Bishop, Mrs. W.
W. Hall, Mrs. A. (I. Hawcs, Jr., Mrs.
II. II ltestnrlck, Mrs. Albert Afong,
Mrs. L. Tenncj-Pcck, Mrs. S. O. Wil-
123C of tho Hovlsed Laws Ilolatlng to j ,Icr MrH M iMillllps, Mrs. C. W, C,
Failure to Iteturn Property for Tax
Ilouso lllll No. 81, Act 120, enti
tled "An Act to Amend Act 39 of tho
Session Laws of 19 OS, Untitled 'An
Act Creating Counties Within tho
Territory of Hawaii and Providing
for the Government Thereof.' "
. House lllll No. 217. Act 121, en
titled "An Act to Amend Section 1
of Act 97 of the Session Laws of
1907 Relating to tho Sinking l"und
foi tho Hedoniptlon or Purchaso of
House lllll No. 205. Act 122, En
titled "An Act to Provide for tho
k Payment of tho KxpenBes of tho Sov
crnl District Courts,"
-Houso lllll No. 91, Act 123. Enti
tled "An Act to Authorize tho De
posit of Territorial Moneys In Ilanku
In This Territory."
Ilouso lllll No. 218, Act 121, enti
tled "An Act to Amend Section 1008
of tho. Revised Laws, as Amended by
Act 48 of tho Session Laws of 1905."
Semite 1)111 No. 131, Act 12G, eu-
Decrlng, Mrs. A A Wilder, Mrs. 1
W. Macfarlano, Jr.. Mis. A. 1 Judd,
Mrs. Jas Judd. Mrs. S. (1. Wilder,
Mis, Prank Athcitun, Mis. Robot t
Shingle, Mm. I 'red Smith, Mrs. Rob
ot t Atkinson, Mrs. Prod. Angus, Mis.
It. A. Jordan, Mis. Julia Macfnrlane,
Mis. S. Angus, Mrs. C. P. Chllllng
wOtth, Mrs. W. M, Graham, Mrs. 13.
S. Ciinha, Mts. Elizabeth Church,
Mrs. Eben Low, Mrs, James Lylc,
Mrs. O. Swain, Mis. W. D. Adams.
Wild Flower Show. San Rafnel,
Aptll II. Tlio llilnl nnnual wild flow
er show will bo glen In tho lodgo of
llio Hbjd nieinoiliil park by tlio school
children from the San Rafael schools
Satin day, Aptll 17. Tho affair will bo
held under tho auspices of tho San Ha
faol improemciit club.
Will Come to America. Now York
April lli That n combination of silk
Indiistiles In southern Piiiuco, tupre
i-enllng $10 000.000 of capital, will
tiaitHfrr Its plants to tills country In
statged by Jean Duplait, head of a large
bilk do works at Hazcltun, Pa.
Dove ol Peace May Yet
Once More Take
Tho Supervisors held a lively
meeting Inst night, characterized by
more or less wrangling. It was ap
parent that politics still were sim
mering in tho minds of a number of
Supervisor McClcllan took n stand
defending Pnelc, while Qiilnu, chair
man of tho Road Committee, chaiged
I) I m with recklessly disbursing tho
County Engineer Gere, who Is su
perintending tho construction and
repair of tho Walahole bridge, do
nied that tho work had nlrcady cost
tho County about $1500. Major
Porn, who received an Itemized state
ment of the expenditures from Pa
olo, endeavored to present it to tho
Hoard, but on motion by Logan It
was deferred until a later date.
Iogan Introduced a resolution pro
viding -that a special committee, con
listing of tho chairmen of nil com
mittees,, with ono other member ot
tho Hoard to bo named by tho Mayor,
bo appointed to consider tho question
of the advisability of amending tho
present automobile speed ordinance.
The matter was referred to the City
mid Cuunty Attorney.
Tho Plminio Committee, through
I-ogan, Its chairman, submitted tho
following lesolutlon, which was plac
ed on file: "Resolved, That tho
monthly pio rata nllowanco for roads
and bridges for May and Juno bo
reduced in tho following amounts
for the districts named: $200 for
Wnlalua, $200 for Koolauloa, $200
for Honolulu, $200 for Kwn, $200 for
Koolaupoko; making $1000 In all'
Major Pern Btated that under tho
now law, passed by tho present Leg'
Islaturc, he would appoint a plumb'
Ing Inspector under pay, whllo tho
Superintendent of Public Works will
appoint the same man, to servo with
out pay. Fern will nlso appoint n
man to look after tho uso of llarc
HghtB In tho harbor nt night.
Supervisor Kano Introduced n res
olution providing thnt tho Supervi
sors, particularly tho country dis
trict members, bo allowed traveling
expenses for tho meetings ot tho
TAFT GREETS FRIENDS
ON STEPS OF CHURCH
Attends Easter Services and Holds
WASHINGTON, D. C April 11.
President Tuft attended Easier serv
ices at St. John's Episcopal Church
today Afterward ho was compolled
to hold an informal reception on tho
steps of tho church. Tho President
made his exit from tho church In ad
vance of Mrs. Taft, mid It was whllo
waiting for her Hint n largo number
of persons passed by and saluted him.
BENNY & C LTD.,
And Buyers Of
415 Queen St
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children,
VEGETABLE and FLOWER
Mrs. E.M. TAYLOR
THE FLORIST, HOTEL YOUNG Bid.
Die Kind You Have Always Bought
P. H. BURNETTE
Com'r. of Seeds for California and
(New York; NOTARY PUBLIC;
i Grant Marriage Licenses; Draws
Mortgages, Deeds, Bills of Sale,
Leases, Wills, Etc. Attorney for the
District Courts. 70 MERCHANT ST.
HONOLULU; PHONE 310.
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