Newspaper Page Text
ill 'l ' fi. ,'!' A
EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU,. T. It., TUESDAY, DEO. 15, 1008..
IW-KjHBip!ffcfi.rfli.xwRS&$f? .i '
iMffwi.ww'i' ; "Tr-vT -;y
Yacht - Scheme
Tito proposal to'turn tho.yacht Ha
waii over to the. Hnwall Yncht Club
Hccms to meet with' general favor.;
That the craft cou'd not be sold fiir '
anything like Its vjlup In the local
mltrkcJt! Is gencrnliy admitted. On
the other hand, locai yachtBmcn be
lieve that the llnwr.l should not bo
allowed to leave tho Territory.
There accma to be a general feel
Ing that, with tlip Wona which were
lontnc'l In the last Pari Pedfo-to-llu-noluhi
race. It jlouM be possible tn
put itho Hawaii Unto such shape 'nx
to give her n .goil 'chance of, coming
out No. 1 In the 10 io rnce. I
The general verdict among local
yachtsmen Is that mnro canvas ran
and should be carried by the Hawaii.
Thcyjlielleve that the yacht did not
haveia fair show In the .last Trans
pacific Ilace, owing' to the fact that
hernall area was not large enough.
Miss Jano Addams of Chicago w.it,
oldeto'd a vlco president of trio Antt
Imperialist league at Its annual meet
ing In Doston.
Thirteen millions Incirasti In New
York's budget this year Is unlucky
lor the taxpayers Boston Traiitcript
You can xlo better
. f ..
Santa Claus Every Evening
Kaai's Quintette Club
Makeselection now we
J. HOPP & CO..
V- 'I-7 'r
At iliXO. 'o'clock Ttitintilnv nftcr-
noo'o'i the' finals In, t'.G tennis doubtcs
championship will In;, played off , on
the Pacific courts,' tywill.be A. it.
Cunha and V. ll.'WJrrcn against C.
II. Cooke ntid W. I'. Hoth:'
The match has luen set for sovernl
different dates, but tmnclhlnrj or oth
cr has conio tip to prevent the piny
taking place on tho 'time specified.
Klrst, It was necesury to postpone
the match owing to the Illness of ono
of the contestants. Last Saturday It
was supposed that the play would
begin,; but the unavoidable absence
of Cooke from the Island made nnoth
cr postponement necessary.
It ! promised that Thursday next
will sec tho play commence, howevoi,
and tennis enthusiasts are already
beginning to look forward to the
battle royal. Soma exceptionally
good tennis Is promised.
"There Is m royal road to knowl
edge." Maybe that is why ro many
kings aro dunces. Dlrmlnsh'Mi Ago-
What a girl hates al,out having
freckles Is that sho can hanllt ever
get a hat to match. Onlveston Nowe
'. . . ' !V
Ready for Display Today;
Lewers & Cooke Building,
Ji'"rom the San Frnnclsco Uullclln
When using magneto Ignition "ad
vance" the magneto control to start
the motor. This Is In direct opposi
tion to the usual method of "retard
ing" he magneto, ,custo'mary when a
coll and accumulator Ignition system
Is employed otherwise It Is almost
Impossible to get an engine running,
except when It Is of low power, as It
cannot bo turned quickly enough by
In purchasing a second-hand car.
It Is well to consider the matter1 of
tires carefully, and to figure on sub
stituting larger tires It those used
are under suspicion. A safo rulo Is
to havo the tires one-half Inch In sec
tion for each 100 pounds of total
load, Including passengers and sup
plies. Kor example, n 3 1-2-Inch tire
should not carry over 700 pounds
Don't fill the acetylene gas lamps
with carbldo until they are to be
used, as curblife Is very susceptible
to moisture and slacks rapidly on ox
I.osurc to air.
The question otundue speeding
and automobile accidents, their causa
and prevention, has come before the
public very extensively during the
past week. There seems to be a uni
versal demand In all parts of the
country for drastic measures against
speed, lunatics. This situation has
been gettlng'acule for several months
and at present not only the dally pa
pers, but automobile clubs and the
general class of automobillsts are
strongly decrying reckless nna un
reasonable driving In all parts of the
As a fitting tribute to the fame,
reputation, and actual worth of -the
Studebakcr automobile, distributed
by the Studcbaker Hros. Co. of this
city, tho latter concern has just sold"
to Allan Herbert, tho well-known
capitalist and banker of Honolulu
and this city, n Model "A" 30-horse-power
runabout. The sain In Itself
of the car Is not unusual In thoopln
Ion of the local managers, but It Is
the fact that the sale was made pure
ly upon photographic and descriptive
representation sent out by the local
office, which attracts attention.
Herbert, whoso operations In the
Islands takes him continually ovor
the greater portion of the Island of
Oahu, on which Honolulu Is located,
was unable to como personally to
this city to Inspect the car. He cho.ie
the next best course and, depending
upon tho reputation of the Studcba
ker Company, requested the, local
company to send him photographs of
a car which ,ln their opinion was so
constructed as to withstand tho cli
matic conditions of the Islands.
The local firm had In tts sales-IWWgggMeHH
will deliver at Christmas time
Already enthusiastic yachtsmen
nre'tbeglnnlng to look forward' to
the faces which will be held shortly
after trie annual meeting of the Ha
waii Yacht Club, probably late In
Kebruaiy'or'carljr In March. Tho an
nual meeting CortcS iibout the middle
of February and, before that time, It
Is doubtful If thi'rn lll be much ac
tivity among club members.
Though tho plans for the races nro
as yct In an embryonic stage, those
members' "whb are In close touch
with tho ruling p'owcrs of the club,
prophesy that. the legatta will Mr
exceedvanything ever held here In
point of Interest. Alteady, plans are
being discussed, "sub-rosa," and It
Is not unlikely that a full program
will be submitted at the annual
'it Is hoped that the Sea Wrens
which arc now on their way hei'p
will be In readiness for the race.
Those who 'hare ordeied the cat boat 3
and 'those who are debating doing so
are anxious to see how the craft will
act, and Just as soon as the pahs ar
rive they will be pdt together and
tho Wjrens made ready for' the water.
When the sails will arrive Is not
known, but It Is hoped that they may
be on hand by the time the work on
the boats Is completed, so that there
may be no tiresome waiting on the
part of the Impatient owners who are
more than anxious to test the Sea
Wrens under local conditions.
If the Sea Wrens are In readiness
for the early Spring regatta, there
IsMio.dpubt. but ..that the races In
tt.htf.tl ttl"l, Mlf nflMt ltt h .......
v.. ,uu; ,no iMt mil uu aillVll.
the most. Interesting on the program,'
rw y n wv w .
room a' 30horsenow.er runabout. Mod'
el, "A," which was originally plann
ed to be used as a show car. It was
this same car which, when tint
shown In San Francisco, created con
siderable Interest on account of Us
uniqueness In construction, tho body.
being of .solldyjnahogany. ;3 Herbert
was sent photograph's of the car and
a complete, description. The result
was an order, by, cable for the auto-'
mobile. ' ' n
Not only Is the body of the car con-,
structea or mahogany, but the cleats
and beading; are ..caived, out of the
wood, doing, away' entirely with the
veneer and leaded features, which ,ro
common', Tha ieature prevents war
plog.and wild' plthstand the clfmattc
conditions of;the Islands. Another
feature which, adds to the beauty of
the car ls'tne',.(act that It-haa not
becn.palnt'ed.;.W Is finished In the
natural color of the, wood.
The purpose. qf the European trip
of J. D. Maxwell,, vice president of
. I, I U.f
t.' - '
Jack Weady Is
Jack Weday arrived hero on the
Iluford Sunday am, announces that
he is here to stay for a while. Weday,
who tips the scale ' at about 168
pounds,. Is well known' to local fight
fans and his return may mean n re
vival of sport In the toped arena.
As yet Wcday has announced no
plans, but 1 1' Is nsaurjed that he will
fight If he can find a good tmrso and
n competitor worthy of his steel. A
match between Welay and Dick Sul
livan has been sugscstcd, but the
general Impression seems to be that
Sullivan would prorp too much for
. It Is not Improbable that steps
may be taken within the next few
days to arrange a mill for Wcday.
He' Is busy renewing old acquaint
ances Just now, hut by the end of tho
week will probably be ready to talk
tt tt tt
There was a very exciting game of
basketball played 'in the I'unahou
ground yesterday attcrnoon between
,the Kamchamehas and Punahous.
Tho Punahou girls. won tho gamo by a
'irrtrn nt QS.17 Thfa . frtvaa Ihom tho
championship, they having won two
but of three' games. 'Miss Smith o(
tho Punahous, played a star game for
her team, wKllo Miss Schottt played
tho best for tho Kamchamcha team.
tt n o
' A new swlnimlng tank has been
built at tho Kamohamcha school for
boys. At the deepest placo the water
is ten feet In depth. Tho tank Is forty
feet long and twenty feet wide.
'the Maxwell-Drlscoo Company, Is re
ported to be that of studying foreign
trade conditions with a view to the
exportation of tho Maxwell cars dur
ing the 1910 season. After making
himself conversant with the require
ments of the European market, Mr.
Maxwell will proceed to Mexico and
South American countries, In all ol
which the Maxwell people expect to
find a ready market for their cars.
In connection with this report, the
fact that the Maxwell-Brlscoe Motor
Company contemplates the erection
of a fourth tactory near, San Fran
cisco assumes a most-important as
BYADES WILL REACH
' HERE SUNDAY NEXT
The freighter Hyades, which has
keen chartered by tho Matson Naviga
tion Company for tho run between
here arid the mainland, will arrlvo hero
Sunday morning on her first trip. Tho
Hyades brings a largo cargo from So
Utle, thcro being Itttlo or no wasto
space on board nor. Castlo & Cooke,
local representatives of tho Matson
Navlgatlon'Company, bellcvo that the
Hyades will provo a valuable- addition
to tho fleet of ships which tho com
pany already operates,
Tho Hllonlan of the Matson Navlga
tlon Company sailed last night from
San Francisco for this port. The Hllo
nlan is tho Christmas ship and is ex
pected hero at daybreak Tucaday
morning, laden with Christmas duln,
tics for local merchants.
Tho I.urllno will sail from Kahulul
Saturday night, direct for tho Pacifi)
Coast. Whether or not she will carry
any passengers, the- local representa
tives have not been advised. Sho car
rled two passengers from hero to Ka
hulul. COMMISSARY STORES
GO TO MNTONMENT
All of the depot quartermaster's
teams are busy hauling commissary
stores' out' to the, camp at Lellehua.
The transport '"Bu'ord brought 'a
largo consignment of stores for the
new camp and the usk.of transport
ing them falls upo.i the depot quai-
lermasier, an or m mules uciongiug
to the Fifth Cuvaliy being tied tip
Already several loads of supplies
have been sent to Lellehua and the
remainder will bo gotten out-just as
rapidly as possible". The lumber 'and
other material ncvlad In tho con
struction of tho cuvalry cantonment
is also being rushed out Just as fast
as t can be unl jaded from the
freighter Columbian, which brought
It here from the milnlnnd. ,
Major Foster, nmklng officer of
the Fifth Cavalry now here, wai'bu
llyemployed this morning collecting
his goods and' getting them ready; for
transfer to Lellehui-.
IN FOREIOH POEM
Tuesday, Decembe r15.
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed Dec. 14:
S. S. Hllonlan, for Honolulu.
MONTEREY Sailed Dec. 14:
S. S. Rosecrans, for Honolulu.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Dec. 15:
S, S. Alameda, 4 p, m., hence Dec. 9.
KAANAPAM Sailed 1)00'. 13: t
Whitney & Marsh, Ltd.
Our display of Useful and
Is Now Complete
Get your Coupons for the
Doll's House Contest
Elegant Christmas Presents
Our choice line of leather goods is full of suggestions
for handsome and useful Gifts. ,
PURSES for Ladies and Gentlemen;
CARD CASES; MUSIC ROLLS; ' "V-'
Ladies' CHATTELAINE BAGS, ETC. "
Hawaiian News Co., Ltd.
Thl is, a big bright busy store never sleeping 'but always for
Never before have we made such a handsome display of
Enameled Iron Beds
AS WE ARE SHOWING AT PRESENT.
Every one is far removed from the commonplace. The
designs are different; the values are different,- and our service is
different thanyoUjWill find in the ordinary store.
To show you how different and better our values are, we ask
that you take note of the following prices:
It has large pillars, bent top tubes, brass spindles and both
bent and straight filling rods. The height of head is 5ft. 2in., and
is enameled in white, blue, or green.
COyne Furniture Co., Ltd. :
, A CHRISTMAS GIFT'
That Lasts A Year A MEMBERSHIP IN THE
AND READING-ROOM ASS'N
18,000 VOLUMES AVAILABLE. Two volumes may be
taken at a time.
j yeai.tl ,.85,00 Membership tickets issued
0 months $3,00 by Librarian, or A.
, 3 months, j fl.50 Oartley, Treasurer.
S. S. Arl7.nnnn, for Ban Frnnrlsrii,
tot") ... l"'f,,
.Af ,?: .,
fa , r". . 'v-'- ""
a 4. mammusymamimi&mumaeik &.