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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, JULY 9, 1913
THE GARDEN ISLAND PUBLISHING CO., LTD.
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Cleaning out the Cooling System.
If your engine is running hot, it
may be that your cooling water is not
circulating properly, on account of an
accumulation of scale and rust in the
water jackets. Here is the thing to
Empty the radiator. Fill it with a
saturated solution of plain washing
soda and water. Run the engine with
retarded spark for a short time, until
the soda solution is hot. Let stand
for two or three hours, then drain the
radiator again. Uncouple the lower
water connection and connect the line
to the water pump with a hose. Turn
the hose on fully and Btart your en
gine. The water will be forced through
the water jackets and radiator and out
through the petcock and loose lower
connection. Then close the petcock,
couple the connection, fill the tank
with clean water and note the im
provement. Clean out the Battery Box
Sometimes it is necessary to use
temporarily or permanently a set of
dry cells in a compartment, where
a storage battery was formerly hous
ed. In this case the compartment
should be carefully cleaned to re
move all traces of the acid left by
the battery. Otherwise the dry cells
will be attacked and quickly destroy
ed. Carburetor Fire
Should a carburetor catch fire by
reason of a back-fire, it can generally ,
be extinguished by turning off the
gasoline and racing the engine. The
engine, will soon suck it out and
there is but very little danger.
Ford owners should be very careful
in removing the cylinder head, not to
dent or otherwise injure the large gas
ket. After this gasket has been re
moved, both sides should be carefully
cleaned and then painted with a solu
tion of gum shellac dlsolved in alco
hol, just before it is returned to its
place. In replacing the cylinder-head
the bolts should be tightened and the
engine should be run until the metal
is thorough ly warmed up and then
the bolts can be given another tigh
tening all around.
In many cases automobile accidents
can be traced to some carelessness
on the part of the drivers. Some of
this is wanton and some of it is due to
ignorance. -Those who are beginning
to drive their own automobiles may
save themselves a sojourn in a hospi
tal by learning and practising the fol
lowing rules for drivers.
Keep to the right, especially on
turns. This does not mean right cen
. .. . . .. . .
ter. in me event oi an accident, nine
times out of ten if you're on the right
you're in the right.
The traffic policeman is your friend.
Regard him as such. Cooperate, don't
hinder. The bluecoat in the center of
the street has the same relation to
you as the watchman at a railroad
Don't indulge in friendly races in
city streets. The results are too fre
quently painful in more ways than one.
Use your horn Judiciously in warn
ing pedestrians. The average automo
bile horn has an effect just the oppo
site of what is desired; it frightens
and causes indecision.
Transportation of Draftees
We beg to call your attention to the fact that the War Depart
ment has requesed hat the ENTIRE DECK SPACE of theSteamship
"Klnau" be given up to the Draftees from JUNE 29th TO JULY 10th
INCLUSIVE s follows:
TO ARRIVE ex "KINAU" FROM KAUAI
JUNE 30th, FROM PORT ALLEN 67
JULY 3rd, FROM NAWILIWILI 67
JULY 7th, FROM PORT ALLEN 67
JULY 10th, FROM NAWILIWILI 67
You will, therefore, note that no deck passengers are to come by
the "K'inau" on the above mentioned trips.
INTER-ISLAND STEAM NAVIGATION CO., LTD.
Fourth Of July
With the grand stand comfortably
filled, a bleechers made by parking
the autos around the diamond, the
first event of the program for the 4th
of July started promptly at 10:00
o'clock, when Umpire Innman called
"play ball." The McBrydes won the
toss and took the bench while the
students lead by Lydgate trotted out
on the diamond.
The first blood was scored when
E. Watase stole home, thus giving
the McBrydes the first run of the
game. The Students had been burn
ing too much midnight oil in study
ing their lessons and so lacked the
pop to score in this inning.
There were no scores for either
side in the second frame, two for
Mcllrydo in the third, and none in
the fourth for either.
The fifth proved a little more In
teresting for the Students as they
got their first man across the plate
in' this spasm. This made the score
read 4 to 1 with the McBryde team
on the long end.
This lead proved to be too great
for the Students and' it was increas
ed in the sixth by one run and again
in the eighth by another. The Stu
dents only garnered one more run
and this was In the sixth. The game
was a very slow affair, but the teams
have a very good alibi toi this as
the McBrydes have no practice for a
long time and ' the Students were a
pickup team from the boys who have
come over to work this summer In
the canefields However with a
little practice they should be able to
put up a very credible showing and
it is hoped that we will have more of
this, "the greatest game on earth,"
The box scores follow:
Cfrrlbt Hire ttktttati te M.r
Silva's Toggery, Honolulu.
Player Pos. Hits Runs Er's
E. Watase cf 0 2 0
K. Watase 3b 0 1 0
Takeuchi ss 0 1 0
Spaulding 2b 3 0 2
Nobuichl c 0 0 0
Nobuto p 1 2 0
A. Periera lb 1 0 0
M. Periera rf 2 0.0
Dot It 0 0 1
7 6 3
Player Pos. Hits Runs Er's
Rodriques 3b 0 0 1
Kondo cf 0 0 0
You Bun ss 1 0 2
Lydgate lb 3 1 1
Lizuma If 0 0 0
Mitsu p 0 0 0
Watada 2b 1 1 " 0
Walters rf 1 0 0
Deshiro c 2 0 0
8 2 4
You and your car will have a longer
life if you give the benefit of doubt to
the other vehicle. We need more cour
tesy of the road anyhow. The Long
Island railroad says: "better wait a
minute at a crossing than an hour in
a doctor's office." The same applies
on the streets.
A wet street is a danger trail. On
rainy days most drivers are careful.
The time to watch also is i.t night in
spring and summer when you pass
here and there through a street just
finished when your tires, of course, are
For the best invest
ment, buy War Sav
ings and Thrift Stamps
the real test
Some motorists still judge the value
of gasoline by the antiquated gravity
test. But boiling points are the only
real measure of gasoline value.
Low boiling points give easy start
ing, medium boiling points give
quick and smooth acceleration and
high boiling points give power and
As combustion starts with the low
est boiling points and flashes on
through the medium to the highest,
the chain must be complete for full
Only a straight-distilled gasoline can
have the continuous, uniform chain
of boiling points. Mixtures always
have "holes" in them.
Red Crown, the Gasoline of Qual
ity, is a straight-i'.istilled, all-refinery
fuel having the full and com
plete chain of low boiling points
for easy starting, medium boiling
points for quirk and smooth accel
eration and l.i;;h boiling points for
power and Kiileage. Look for the
Red Crown sign before you filL
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
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ready for delivery
Ask for demonstration on your own
Honolulu Iron Works Co.
Honolulu, T. H.
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For Frying--For Shortening
. For Cake Making
There is no smoke nor odor. lied foods are free from
the taste of grease. They now are tasty and crisp.
Thev are marie more digestible, for Crisco is all vege
table, The same Crisco can be used to fry fish, onions,
doughnuts, etc.. merely by straining out the food
particles after each trying.
Crisco gives pastry a new fiakiness and digestibility.
Crisco always is of the same freshness and consistency.
It's uniform quality makes for uniform results.
Crisco gives richness at smaller cost, It brings cake
making back to popularity. Butter bills are reduced and
cakes stay fresh and moist longer.
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