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EAEXIXQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II.. THURSDAY, JULY 22, 1909.
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There have been many low priced cars, but never one to big, strong, speedy and good looking as this one.
In the Hudson "Twenty" you get the best automobile value ever offered for less than$1000. In this car
you find that something called class that something which other cars at or near tis price have lacked.
Most low priced cars have been too small. In the Hudson
"Twenty" you get a big car. Note the long wheel base 100
inches. Note the big, strong 32-inch wheels, the large radiator,
big hood, staunch, clean-made frame.
The Hudson "Twenty" has ample leg room. There is no
Koadster made, regardless of price, that affords more comfort
to those who ride in it. From the front seat to the dash there
is a space of 31 inches.
Some High Grade Features of this 1910 Model
The tires are B2x3 In front Mid x:'xs' in me
rear. The crank shaft has a tensile strength of
100,000 pounds; the clutch is leather laced, cone
Designers of other cars selling around the price of the liuCjcn
"Twenty" have not seemed to realize that it is as easy to mr.Lc u
good looking car as it is to make another kind.
Here is a car that is big and racy looking. Note the grsceful
and harmonious lines. Observe the sweep of the fenders and the
frame. There is no car with better tines. Judged by every
mechanical and engineering standard this car is thoroughly
up-to-date without embodying any experimental features.
Selective, Sliding, Gear Transmission
Tlio )ludon "Twenty" has a slldinn; Rear
transmission, selective type, three speeds forward
nrnl rtvertc, such an ou find on the Packard,
rVrlesi, Pierce, Luzier and other high grado
(arj. Moat other low-priced cars do not have
this type of transmission.
Four Cylinder Motor
The motor is vertical, four cylinder, four eyelp,
water coM, known us the Renault type, 31'
bore and 4 J" stroke. And Renault motors are
the pride of France.
The frumo of the Hudson "Twenty" Is of the
best open hearth stock. It is 31' x 1J" section,
accurately and carefully riveted together with
hot rivets, and braced against all possible strains.
Our frames are made by the Hydraulic Pressed
Steel Company of Detroit, the company which
makes frames also for the high-priced Stearns cars.
Single Piece l-Bcam Axle
The front axle is a one piece drop-forged I-bcam
section, of tho best grade of open hearth steel,
carefully heat treated. The Peerless, Pierce,
Matheson, Lozier and other high grado cars Use
drop-forged front axles.
The rear axle is of the semi-floating type, ahaf t
ariven, proved out by a score of makers.
Three-quarter Elliptic Rear Springs
There Is more rake to the steering post than la
found on the average car.
The springs are of special steel, scml-elllptic
; iront. miri tnrce-uunnor-ciiipue in mc rear.
such as you find in the Renault, Chalmers-Detroit,
type; the clearance is 121 inches under the steer
I.tihrlrmtion ( of the tiumn circulated, constant
splash system, which has proved so satisfactory
on the Oldsmobilo, Chalmers-Detroit and other
highly successful cars.
The body is composed of the best grade of ash,
carefully placed and securely bolted to the frame.
Scats are large and roomy and well upholstered.
Two Color Scheme Used
You have your choice of two tasty color
schemes on tho "Twenty": a rich maroon, with
mouldings and edges of bonnet striped in black;
leather blue black. Or battUahlp gray all over with
apple green striping and upholstering. Fenders,
fender irons, pedals, and top irons are enameled
black. The radiator, steering column, side lamp
brackets, hub caps, and side control levers are of
brass. Steps aro aluminum.
Our allottment of thcue cars is limited arid orders
will be filled in.rotation as received. Please calif
telephone or write for further information.
The Ideal Car
The Hudson "Twenty" is the ideal car at to
price. It leave! nothing to be desired.
Nothing experimental aboutit Nothing unt rlui.
The "Twenty" has been recognised by the
Association of Licensed Automobile Mstiufi.--turers.
It Is the only four cylinder licnu$d or
telling for less than $1,000.
Equipments Two larcefheadllfthts. gener
ator, two side oil lamps, tali lamps, full ml tools
and horn SJBOO, '
With Bosch magneto1! tin. i'rest-O-Llte tank,
double rumble seat S)1080,
Associated Garage, Ltd.
New York Team 'Hudson Car Will
Kcry noontime there la n good ganio
of baseball at tho now diamond op
I oslto tho Bulletin office. Two his
loi Ic teams the Uotoiis and New
Bid For Honors
SI uih succets Is predicted for the
Hudson car tills season, notwith
standing the fact that It Is just luTrf
making Its first appearance on tho
Well At Cricket
Two out of tho three test matches
which lmo been placd between
Australia nml England hnvo been
won by the lads trom Knngarooland.
Tho first same went to England,
who won with ten wickets to spare
Tho match was played on a wet
pitch, nnd tho scores of both sides
weir miserable. rf
England mude 121 and 10!,
whilst tho Southern Cross 'team
could only compile 74 and 101. The
recond match went to Australia
with n margin of nine wickets, the
How Insurance Men Help Maintain
, Fire Department-MJsptaln
Cook's Monu- J
Sydney, June 17,1909.
Editor Evening Bulletin:
Since arriving here I have been
making Inqulrlei about (be manage
ment of the land department and
the facilities afforded for new set
tlement. The organization of the Inquiry
branch of the land department on Its
new basis Is proceeding, establish
ing sub-land agents In all main dis
tricts, who mako their periodical re
ports to the head of the land de
partment. Land can be obtained under the
following headings: "Agricultural
Forms." "Agricultural Homesteads,"
"Free Homesteads," "Orazlbg
Farms," Orating Homesteads," or
"Grazing Settlements." Under the
first heading, "Agricultural Forms,
the largest area that may be acquir
ed by one person Is 1,280 acres. The
price may range from ,$2.60 upward;
the term Is 20 years; one fortieth of
the price to be paid each year. The
land must be occupied by the se
lector or his agent, or manager.
Within Ave years the land must be
enclosed by a substantial fence or
permanent Improvements made on
It, equal to the value of such fence,
After completion or the Improve
ments the selector may, with the
permission of the Minister, mort
gage, subdivide, transfer or sublet
It. After Ave years the selector
may obtain a grant on payment of
the balance of purchasing price.
"Agricultural Homesteads" may
be obtained In areas from 160 to
G4Q ocreB, according to the value of
the land. The selector must person
ally reside on the land for ten years.
The prevailing price Is 60 cents per
iicro, and tho selector can, obtain a
grant any time after five years, pro
viding his pajments and Improve
ments equal 60 cents per acre.
"Free Homesteads" of 160 acres
may be obtained by persons who do
not hold and never have held land
from the crown;icondltlons the same
as agricultural homesteads; price 15
per section and, cost of survey, the
latter to be paid. In five annual, In
stallments. Grazing farms and homesteads up
to 60,000 acres may be obtained un
der similar conditions to the fore
solng. -A' ' - .
Saub .and prickly pear selection
can'p'1ibtnlned' In.'feo smpIo by
clearing. tho land. 'Tho total area of
Queensland a)one ,Is'. 42.9,120,000
acres. Of these there aro bag
& X-t4 yard
July 24th Only
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Is of proven value. Sixty years
is a pretty good test. No acid,
no grit. Imparts a sensation so
exquisite and 'lasting. It cleans
theteethand exhilarates the mouth.
Prevents the accumulation of tar
tar. Try Sozodont. In patent
Benson, Smith & Co , Agents
surplus to the
Manager Cohen's show at tho Or-
plicuui Is piomtslug, toMio the real
thing for fcoldlers und their mends,
and a big crowd of runs Is sure to roll
up and watch ,lliolrv respective favoi
Ites at work on Saturday night.
McCollouxh is going up against tlw
best man he'has. so far,, had a chanc 1,777 acres' .tinder fcultltatfon, leav
01 Biepping mho me rinsv wiw. in"' ling uie enormous arcu pi szs,
man" Is training hard, for this go, und 1 421 233 acres ' available for set
as Coll Is reported toAhavo dono u lot tlement In that state. Ita climate Is
the same as Hawaii, Of the area un
der cultivation sugar fake preced
ence with 133,284 acres. Next
comes fmalse, .wheat, t)ay, potatoes,
barley, bananas, pineapples, cotton,
slsal.ihemp, .vanilla, etc., following
in the order ,nained. All kinds of
fruits do well, In, various localities.
Including deciduous, tropical and
Yorka engnga one another and tho irnrl.et. This car Is the product 01
..,.,. i 1 1,.. n 1,1 n. c-mv.i f factory operated by sevoral of the
gjmes aro watched b a big crowd of )0itot fcnown autonlob0
fn- . 'men In America, among others E. C.
001110 of tho biggest men in tno iur- Mull!a recently connected with the
rltory stroll along King Btreut nml Tholmls Kyer fauory; II. D. Chap
stpp'lo watch the games. Yeatenluy 1( ,, ,: Comn nnd Illlgh Chalmers
therd.was an uleven lulling game, and 0, t)l0 ciiulmors-Dctrolt factory; II.
lifter n groat struggle tho New Yink,,, Jllcli01l nmi George W. Dunham,
team handed Iho Uoston hunch theirs' occnty ot ,ll0 olds Motor Works,
to Iho tune of 10 )o 9. ti,s nmchlne, unlike other cars
Manuel and Uavllns formed tho bit- formeily selling at a price under one
teiy for tho N. Y.s, and i'o-ipno nnd jj,ollgd dollais, embodies many
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tons. Tim foiiner team pled up live ln tho structuial end of cars costing es haxe, so far. betn played against f1'10 l",ztLs 8 t " 'i f .Vo.!i !
runs In the third mid the cultured ones fom ,2i00o to $10,000. viz: three 'the English unties, and Au8jrl,nafMi'ilneB flguia on a couple of victories
resiicnded with three In the fourth. 1)CPd telettlvo Upo transmission, has won seven, dinwn seven nd anj how and; will im very mucn sur-
Tlie runs ciune fuquently and the ,lne ,01ln front axle, water-coollng lost thiee. - . lK,i " ttu? " "cort V .,
fcoio was llod'ln the ti'nth. Nothing Hj stem -and large 32-inch wheels. I This iccoid Is a surprise to the "".' to, their quarters after tho
wub doing In the tenth but tho Now u estimated Hint the output cricket oxpeifu of the Antipodes, lis iow is over; '
Yorks m.tilo cm In tho elovoulh an! f,om tle Hudson ,fatlory foi tho tlc team (.elected to go to England' i f,,ii?'L?1
won an exciting gamp. tear 1910 will be four thousand this jrar was thought, to be rather
of scrapping In Manila, tho fort Shat
ter man will have his work cut out to
get away with the-' Marino'.
vlir.,l IrUefin nh iiattnl t til til u tin
scores being Australia, 350 and 41 ca,w,ul.lt nI1 OVor Sarconl, but the lat-
for one wicket Lngland responded ter thal ,he b , w
with 209 and 121, the latter exact- 3im0m B,eop bcforu nlany
ly tho same score i.s they made In ,,,, ttl e(Ji
their first Inning In the initial Tho othcr mon who41ro t0 box aro
In the thtrtl Intcrnatlonul gnmo
tho Marsupial piled up 188 and 207.
Pnnlnml r mi Id nnlv Htnrlt till 182
MII(HIIH -w,.. w...rf -...., ..,. t I Ilinllllfll
and 87, and tho Commonwealth bos
won by 12C runs. . ,3.7p pcr tbu-fof.
llioie are two mare ton niatcnes. .,-,,. uro takl ,ha aalr added , the government
to be plaed between i.ng.anu ami) MMiull,v'and each .can,., has'tl.711 per ton, for cane
Agnln, with regard to cone plant'
l'ng, white labor has proved a sue
cess In Queensland, whero tho tern
much the nunc as Honolulu, hut
the truant Uw Is not bo Btrtclly rn
forced, as 1 observe many children
tunning around the streets nnd In
factories here who ought to he In
perature rises to over 100 degrees school.
In tho summer time, nnd the cryi I visited tho fire department and
i iimi nn interview wmi me i;hici.
Australia one on July 20 ami the
uthSr on Aug. 9. Seventeen inntch-
,m:uU up its tnlud that tho big end ot
Today tho two teams, nifct again urB. xno entlie efforts of tjie n weak one. the bowling ."r-lcniont
mid tho Bostons aio out for goro this ludorB will bu coucentriited In tho uae especially doubtful, but the new '")" ,"S''r '" ' ,!',Bi0 ,k ",,,
., m... ..., i. ,. n,ni ii,av .uiii im ......... .1..1 .,.,.., i.i..., ... u ..,. .1... , !.., " weetiiis toiiioi low nigui at tno usual
IIIIIU, I I1UJ tUlldl ,;-, lv ,MW "' " piUUUkllUll Ul UIIU IIIiU,.- Ul Mtui.lKl.u, piiiL'ill wuu llliiuu mo IU.IIII IU, . -! " ,nnnr,nn ,,.Hlnau.
able to turn tho tables on tho New Ml0 udlon .,n. The price of proved to be as good, almost, ns nny , v,,, t'CUTm, foLratlon
Vmka for sure. . 900, f. o. b. Detroit, fixed for of the Ri eat howlers of the past who"1 u "rouglit upjw considoration.
Tho line-up of hoth teams Is as fol- this car, tnken" In conjunction hiue visited Kngland. I,
lows. They nro ull nuwsboys: jwlth the large car Ideas enibod- Cotter,' tho fast howler, and M-ic- 'Wnrnlng, the horso Imported by
Uoston Dan Kellau. r-; Hdwnrd led In its constiiittlon, will ungues- enr'tnej, a slow, leg-break artist, nc- ' 0,U Woiren, will bo jiut to tho stud
1'oepoe. pj Jno. I'crrolra lb: Oeorgo1 tlonably appeal to n large class of countod for seven of tho best bats- at Honoullull' ranch Instead of being
Hoia. 2I; Jnik Allen, 31,.; Jlmmy.'ss.: Ihujers peoplo who have deferred men In Hrituln. for tho small total thlpped hr.ck to tho coast.,
Oeoige I'euulia, rf.i Henry rnll- put chasing u inr owing to tlie inci of jo inns, unci uui it all witliln an t '
nil "oiling into fine condition ami . sub-tropical varieties.
their .cranB Hhould be worth watchlnir. Tne facilities, afforded to settlers
Tickets arottolntr off In a satisfactory. wl'o'enVage In cano planting sur
. . ..V ... . ' nnua aMwlt.lMa4ln !., hl.ln.V nf illA
mid no(uoui tnero win ue a,!1-"- iu"6i "o "
j to greet tho first pair of box-'world. .The mill; pay from 13 to
ers to step onto tho stage. W per un;ror'cs-e. to wnicn is
white labor. As a proof that white
labor can be profitably used for cane
raising; the government subsidy for
the, samo JaMnereatlhg every year,
having been quadrupled during tho
last three'years.' -
There' are doyen sugar mills ln
various ;parts of Queensland.'' ' Most
of these, mills hnye wholly .repaid
the money out ot their profits.
The cry for" a "White Australia,"
still toijt,l lines with unabated vigor,
each state competing ,wlth' the oth
er Infolding out Inducements for
whlto. sc(tlcrs .and wjilte Immlgra-,
tlon.' Tree passabes1afe granted
from the, United Kingdom to agrl'
cultlral laborers introduced under
contract'tbe employer paying a fee
Niw Yoika Cnirnro Ilawllna. c.
Manuel Cahrlnhn, p ; .loo Krelna 2h
Manuel I'ltn 3b.: Abs m.; Taluk!, rf,
Jno. Allium, Lf,
Theio 111 ho a meeting of iho bg
I Unit to buy at such n price as this hour! If J." a. Schaffer, of California Unl
cur Is procurable would havo no-; Mnclnrcn, who Is tho rcnglMi cap- vfiVly, 'U'ln,own. will ' ho kindly
ressltnted purthnslng a machine tain, seems to bo away otf his game, eillrJt'o'j;il:i'g up this offlco.
that would bo Inadequate for the and In the three test matches has Jtt tt jj
ffeivlce they would natuinlly oxpect only made a totnl of 61 inns This
of an automobile. .Is remarkable, ns Mac U cuiuldeii'd rtrgjrr Blown OK (Juki I July
:t tt tl cue of the best bats In unglnnd. 0 D. Wilson aged 31, a waiter llv
loague nt Frank Thompson's otneo to- The Maul polo plajeis wcuIU prefer The Ansti allntiH havo dona io- Ini nt 311 GoPmi (lain nenm lo.tlbona tide tottlcra on the land, de-
nioriow at 13:15, wlion Iho committee to play the match against uanu aoout maiknbly well so far, iiuiioiikii ineir mo Hnviia or, his light Irunl by tho
of (wo who wero appointed to Into-- August 11. Word wuh ieceled from start was awful; they lo3t their pinuintuic explosion of a giant con
flow the Hapld Transit directors, will them tothat effect, uml tho mnltor will first tluee nialclies" played against non cracker at Eighth atreet and
be settled in tliu near (inure. county icamsi iiroatiwayat iu:ii o'cioci; tonlglil.
that a white man cannot work In
cane fields has pioved a fallacy.
How much more so Bhould it bo
In the temperate climate of Hawaii,
20 degrees cooler and an invigorat
ing trado wind blowing nearly all
the year? And there Is no reason
Why it should not be so.
If the nlanters would only give
sufficient Inducements for while men
to work either for wages or on share,
und pay n liberal sum for cane rais
ed by menon their own land, tho
benefits wopld bo round ou all
hands, both In Incicnscd production,
Increased profits nnd Increased popu
lation the kind the Islands ned..
'' Since writing tho above .1 have
teen in my mull from Honolulu the
news of the strike ot the Japanese
laborers on tho plantations. Now,
ir the laud were settled with a white
population the reign ot the Jap
would be ended, and American set
tlers would be cultivating the land
to tho satisfaction und profit of all
but monopolists. Hawaii would
soon becomo a candidate for state
hood. The Government should also take
u 1iand und give every facility for
settlers to obtain the best ot agri
cultural land, even It in small lots.
Ten acres of land In Haw'nll Is worth
CO in most other places, and instead
of putting obstacles In the way of
'settlement us heretofore, put tho
men on the land, even If you have to
give It to them, und prove to ex
Governor Carter and others that
small farms can be as great a suc
cess (if not greater) In Hawaii as
they havo proyed to bo In other plac
es, and all that they may have seen
in their travols (through some old
fossil's glasses) was not quite cor
rect. On the contrary, the land
would be supporting a large voting
population, whose earnings would
help to swell the profits of the Inter-
Island shipping nnd more especially
the merchnuts of Honolulu, Instead
of being shipped out to foreign coun
tries from whence wo derive no ben
The Queensland government has
of $2G and guaranteeing a j ear's no let (ban eleven railway lines
work, ' ' Domestic servants are also started for tho purpose fit opening
granted absolutely free passages. lup new lands for settlement.
Hawaii may' well take a lesson; If tho Hawaiian government
from Australia in this respect, and would build a lino around tho Island
by. giving Inducements to settlers of of Hawaii with small trunk lines,
American und European nationality ( no mnttor at what cost, and put set
by plating eiery facility and encour- j tiers ou tho land Instead of leasing
ugomeul In their, hunds to becomo, to corporations, It would without a
doubt soon pay for Itself In Increas-
U'lop iho resoil'iccs' of tho islands. cd taxation and production, nnd the
and not only raise enough farm and permanent prosperity of Hawaii bo
garden produce for home consump- assured,
tlon, but eventually export (Instead ' The school regulations hero uro
Alfred Webb, who sends his Alohti
o Fire Chief Thurston, whom he
remembers showed him the sights
of Honolulu a few years ngo. There
are 4T stations In Sydney nnd su
burbs. In the central station aro
employed 230 men. Tho depart
ment is supported by three contribu
tions, die by the state government.
one by the various Insurance com-
nnnlos and one by the municipal
1 think our Supervisors might
take a note and make tho Honolulu
Insurance companies part with a
little ot their excessive premiums In
stead of the taxpayers standing tho
whole of the burden.
One of the principal features ot
the pity of Syduey Is the number of
public parks, large and small, inter
spersed throughout the city nnd su
burbs, in one of. which, Hyde Park,
I 'noticed a statute or Cnpt. Cook, 35
feet high, with the' inscription.
"Killed at Owhyhee, 1779." Great
Improvements havo taken place In
ull the" states since my last lslt
here. Among those I have met
hailing from Honolulu wero Mr. nnd
Mrs. C. II. ne nobis, Messrs. , T.
Doyle, John Ilamsny, nt llrlsbnne,
nnd nt Sydnoy Mr. nnd MrB. H. I..
Herbert nnd family, L.. A. Simpson.
N. D. rteeves, and quite a number of
others not so well known. Aloha
nul to all on Hawaii. I remain,
edw. ii. f. woivrnit.
110 Hunter Street,
JAPAN TO MAKE COUNTER
PROTEST TO PLAINT.
Mikado Thlnko He, Too, Has a
Grlcvjnce .Against China.
Pekln, July 10, Having learned of
nuBBla's protest to China agiliut thu
opening ot tho Sungnrl thei to Inter
national trado, Japin hat explained
her position to tho Chinese foreign
bourd and a Japanese counter prntet,t
Is expected as toon as tho detnilH of
tho situation nro digested ut Toko.
Tho Japaueso losttlou as, rommuut
cated to tho Chincso go eminent Ib tn
the effect that tho Sungari liver w.u
opened by lituo of the Pnttsmoulli
treaty and by tho Inland naval icgula
tlnns of 1S98.
It Is further set forth that tha eva
sion of tho Clilnoso mniatlmc customs
In northern Manchuiiu, concurred with
thu collection of customs In boulhvin
Manchuria, Is also giouinl for Japan's
tha Bulletin office.
c.rtf on sale at
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