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EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU, T. II.. SATUflDAY, AUO. II. 1900.
I Xiooal and National I
DICK AND JACK
MIDDLEWEIGHT MEN WILL
WADE THROUGH 20 ROUNDS.
Sullivan will step .Into tlio ling
tonight lit ns u fiddle, nnd deter
mined to win. If lie falls to ilo bo,
It will lie hctmiFo tin- oilier man
cairlcH n harder punch.
Cordell wants this fight, nnd lio
wants It luiil, loo, lie Is lcaing for
tlic const in a few I.h ami cer
t.tlnly does lint mint to go back
theio Willi a ilefcat leglstcred
, against lilm
i On Hie fare of tilings It lenlly
Both Pugilists Confident of Winning looks no ir the light will lie n rnt-
nnd Some Fierce Scrapping Will I""1." """I'1 B1?.fr'"" l,"0 nr1, ","'!. '
t, r ,, . . , ' l3 "'" "" m"r y ll'B eighth
Be Seen Before a Decision Is !, ,,, rttlM then go the limit.
Given. ' j Hoth men n e tlcter enough to pro-
. . . TTT . I themtohed from a knockout,
Tonight when Mlko I'm ton dc-0I1, unless I hero hna liecn u Mb ulln-
-ac llie hnnd of the winner of the up In the I raining of one. of the men
THE SUBSCRIPTION IDEA,
Meeting of, Association Yesterday
Afternoon Declared in Favor of
the Construction of a Home for
The meeting of tho Merchants' Asso
ciation joatcrday ntternoon adopted
with a unanimous ote tho fnwirnblc
report of tho committee appointed to
Inesllgat3 tho proposal for the con
struction of u National (limril Armory.
Colonel Hopcr detlaicd that there
was no question nliout the necessity
of mnlntninlng the National Uuard
at an efficient Btamlnnl, but that
this would he accomplished by en
couraging the men nnd providing
them with nil nrmor). He declined
that the National Government had
I provided the gunrd with the latest
model of Army rifle nnd with other
lilll.nlitn tirntitiftl' ni1 Hint If wna
mfadlovrelRbt hnttle. nml rlthpr Dlil. 'tl'ot " me not nware of, the twin jel)l mt navvnn 0WClI (n tll0
Silvan retains his till, , Inik tappers should Le on their feel at ( (,ovcrlllllent , rmlIc RHl,ablo no
Cefrdrll Is de.lare.t Hi, m .ham- He end. Icommodntlons both for the men nnd
pt'.n tlicie will bo n se-one of exelle- The tight Is sure to be attended the properly.
merit nt the Star theulm the like bj a huge crowd, and tho old f.i-! llcferrlng to the report of tho
of whl.h ha not been wen heie foi uilllor llng-fldo fates will bo In ' I-' nprrlil eommlttce appointed lo In
years. idea.-o . It was thought nt llrst that tcstlgntn the proposal for an Arm-
X)t eou-so llie iont"-t iii.ij leiult some of tho legul u funs would have eiry, George W Smith stated that
In diaw ns did the two pretlouti to miss the contest ns n big dinner thu members of the ronini.'itce wcro
matches "i-d there are plenty of , was scheduled for lo-ilsht. nnd some strongly In f.-nor of tho erection of
fight, fans who think that the iuf-,nf the prominent . t vere billed nn Armory nnd drafted their report
ccw will not be able to Kle a decls- for the event. ' , n nccordanco with those views. The
ion one wa or the othei. hecnufo HowtA..!'. It wns i - nvcred In rennrt w.w r..n,i m,,i una n..niiv ,ii.
iho two mm me so evenly matched, time that tome iiiemlivc were nway posed of by being ndopted with the
MHowever. there la cotni? In Im miit mi I1,n ntlm. laii.i.io .,...1 t, .....a an. t . i, ..... .. . ..-....
te ' ----- ... v- .,lw .,.....,. ,.., ... a ..v-, uuuuiBiuiiuiug iu.it it ue pnnicu
rffFllin ninil. UnlA wn. (tin RhI ..... -I.1..I ... . . .1 . ... ....
- j"' " " mil v-iueu to iiuaipunc wic uiuner unui nna Hint nn ngltntlon bo begun ho
of tho gone, nnd the Bpoctntors will nftcr the no. not light return ns to Infltienco the next Legislature
mtroly bo treated to a fine oxhlbltlon of the member, from their trncls. towmd making tho necessary nppro
if boxing. I Tc ii n id Pordetl hT ' prlntlen.
Both '" " ' ' ' '" "i"" "' ' Im'-i 'in. b ih.il tin... SulIUun1 fhe pnj..lng sentiment at tho
condition, ii ml taelr trnlnlng btiints N the fleeier boer of the two nnd meeting yesterday ntternoon wns
lmve been the rel thing. Siillhun the hetier In-lighter; Did. also Is. that tho Tcrritorlo.1 Government wns
Knows he Is up ngnius the hardest , in u w. a better mnn to train thnn the proper source from which to
rroposlllon he has ecr struck lu.Cordtll. nnd finally SullUan should ' cjtnect nn niminnrlntlnn nf dm ri.n.ta
win the decision tonight. necessary for the erection of a Nn-
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i nunai uiinru armory in me city or
thtfo Islnnds or on tho mnluland
clllier. He, ns usual. Is cool and rou
llilcnt; It would be hard to Imaglno
Dlclc being rattlod beforo a tight,
Inter-Uland ani O. It. & I shipping Honolulu
Looks for Bale at tho Bulletin Tlint nn nrmnrv la m.n,M Inmm.
even If he were matched to light ntnee U each ' d,elv was rnnree,.n,l i,t lh . n." '. V." . ' x" .".... . . V . " '' ''"-' J," ,J.
i . I I ill V ii in iiTiTi " ' " '"Irani.' fouled nnd ho fell
ner of obtnliiing tho funds was an
other question which tho members
present did not feel able to deter
mine with nnallty. The report was
adopted nnd will be printed In pam
phlet form and nlso referred to tho
.Chamber of Comme'rco, the t)en(l
ment tit the meeting being thnt It
wns the plain duty of the I.cglsln
turo to provide fin Armory and that
educational work Bhould be Imme
diately begun nmong tho public ko
that 'a sfforik Benllm'e'nL will bo
worked up by the time of the con
venlrig of the next Legislature In
The text of tho report Wns ns fol
lows: Honolulu, T. II., August 2, 190!).
Mr. W. K. Dillingham, Vice-President
8lr: Your Committee to which
wns referred tho mnttcr of nn Arm
ory for tho National tlunrd of Hn
wall beg to report thnt, on Friday
tho 30th day of July, a majority of
the committee were In innsultntlon
with tho governor of tho Territory,
Hon. W. F. Frcar, tho Superintend
ent of Public Woiks, Mr, M. Camp
bell, nnd the Adjutnnt-Gencrnl of
tho National Ounrd, Col. .1 W. Jonts,
from whom they learned.
1. Thnt the Federal gocmmcnt
Is prepared to deed lo tho Territory
what Is known us the "Drill shed"
property, which enn be used for the
purpose of nn nrniory site.
". That tho Federal gncrnmcnt
expects the Territory of Hawaii to.
malntuiti'n Nntlbnnl Uuard ns n part
of tho national dofc-ufo nnd proldoi
suitable bousing for same ns well
ns for storMgp nnd care of tho arms
and munitions of war, whbh nro
rurnlshed ttiyo'tlie" Federal gtucrn-'
tucnt. . . i I
fl. That;,nt (ho present time,
arms nnd munitions to the vnlito of
JG0.000 hnVo been supplied by the
Federnl government for which there
Is no proper plnce for storage or '
4 Thnt'nn nrniorj is very much
needed, (1) for the foregoing pur
poses, (2) for the proper compli
ance with tho request of the U S.
Wnr Department as outlined In tho
letter of tho Assistant Secretary of
Wnr dated January Uth, 1909 nnd,
(3), for tho Instruction uud drill io
qulred by the regulations of the U.
S. service of Which the National
BLERIOT, WHO FIRST ACCOMPLISHED
. ' D VRiNG ENGLISH CHANNEL FLIGHT
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Tho Uriii' t rival v pxlsiinl betno u M i t '
lug innelilmw. uud eaili ndcr ,h1hih iiiisih- hi d '
has bren the iimhlluili "f d.i .n ini nlm
the Count do l.aiubeit would um i oi lati r i uiHi-
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Speedy Roomy Stylish
There have been many low priced cars, but never one o 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. Inthisczr
you find that something called class that something which other cars at or near this price have lacked.
i, . ,1 t, iio Ih rumpli ti-il Ihilr fly
ii ti Fiihl uiic'l tii li-at hi tioMlni; which
,,,, ui, , ii tnwt I ilhiini I.HfW tn ii Hiuiini nnu pnrhimy
ill mil mill nn' lie Molt i i,i ircn on iin'in hliiiiiik ihmii v.j-
,lul 19 mid m .M.m a I m n k ilile' Ill- M - l nn . b'Toi , I'.o i.-ern-, r, ur o. t iciunt- ,m-
' . . .. . .. in... nnu liilmn,! Thu nil ilnp unu
hun ll.o wniti. Nilimi I.uin mi nr urn iiujiiuihh.ii' " i..j...w. ...v .. .....
.... .. 1. 1 .. ituititf iiii ii nintinr iiioii mi.
idttliiK In his machine cilnily Kin .'..In? u iliwii-tli' wiun ' wai pkk.m mi -. -.-. - -
nn.nl II it he .....1.1 try I., cos., the l.eacbe.ous Milp of atr, and hut.U-d to Cal iIh. linliiK rt. ... .ko tl.o
...... ..-... i i.n.i .mii.i in. tiiiii- l.uliain. hnuuvei. nriliou thcio a
iiigiu neii.ro ............ - - - ,
It l (if UlO
ftv linurH lulur, mut tliuni
it .. it ...! r1. .... t .....l Kli I, uJ!h1j1 i tn tn I lut ltit.i..
wna- si.lrited betting on bath Hides of tho clituiml ni " wiueii w.nim r, ... ...... ...... -."... . - - --
. ... f..l HI..I.I lll,.,ln'a l.lllfdllllt U HIIM1 I'kl lirPl'IIIMI II) II1H llinlll-l" . ...... i.
mi III I. bilin-i-i." mi. --" n-,.. .,.!... . ,1 1 lwl.l.,,1 II, ,. ....,o -
same lP') as l.1illiniir nnd tn Unpolled b ny ' Pi'ii... .......... ...t- .-. - '"'"'";
otiiiiv j i j ..,,. .... I., Ittiwl iiilltiti ttldilnl In itnlirnloit hi,
and iho maUiluo hH tt Hpwil nr rort iiiiich nn in. m n-m-.j-. - -
. . !... 1 .... llHtllllH. fit llltl !
nn arrow, lie wan me i.rro "i uk "" """ i,fc
Mo3t low priced cars have been too small. In the Hudson
Twenty" you Ret a blj car. Note the long wheel base 100
.inches. Note the big, strong 32-inch wheels, the large radiator,
big hood, staunch, clean-made frame.
I The Hudson "Twenty" has ample leg room. There is no
.Register made, regardless of price, that affords more comfort
to thoss who ride in it. From the front seat to the dash there
Designers of other cars selling around the price of the Hudson
"Twenty" have not seemed to realize that it is as easy to make a
good looking car as it is to make another kind. .
Here is a car that is big and racy looking. Note the graceful
and harmonious lines. Observe the sweep of the fenders and the
frame. There is no car with better lines. Judged by every
mechanical and engineering standard this car is thoroul.ly
up-to-date without embodying any experimental features.
is a spscc of 31 inches.
Some High Grade Features of this 1910 Model
iSeccfiVe, Sliding, Gear Transmission
fno 1. ,d on "Twcntv" haa u elldine ecar
trui mi .Hon, selective type, three speeds forward
nnd ,.rie, surh as you mid on tho I'ackard,
l'ecrlesa. Pierce, Loiter and other high grado
cars. Host other low-priced cars do not have
this typo of transmission.
Four Cylinder Motor
Tho motor is vertical, four cylinder, four cycle,
, water cooled, known as tho Renault type, 3J"
Jrare nnd li' stroke. And I'.cruult motors are
"tho prido of France.
The fn.moof tho Hudson "Twenty" Is of the
Jbest open hearth stock. It is 34' x 1J" section,
jutciiirateiy ami careiuny riveieu togeiner wnn
ijioi rivets, un.i uracuti against an puss. oiu Btrains.
!Our frames nro made by tho Hydraulic 1'rcssed
Steel Company of Detroit, tho company which
naucslramcsaiso lor tnoliign-prlcetlt) learns cars.
Singh Piece I-Beam Axle
Tlio front nxlo u a ono nleco drOD-forired I-beam
rnprtlnn. of tho best irrndo of onn hearth steel.
carefully heat treated. The Peerless, Pierce,
VMatheson, Lozior and other high grade cars use
nHrnn-forired front axles.
N5 The rear nxlo is of tho semi-floating type, shaf t-
, h .driven, provuu out uy u ocuru ut maiturs.
i tJ hree-qaarter .tltptic Kear springs
i J" a ,Thero is moro rako to tho steerini; post than is
b -Y found on thu uvcraao car. .
The springs are of special steel, semi-elliptic
in front, and three-quarter-elliptic in the rear,
such as you find in the Renault, Chalmers-Detroit,
Pierce and others. ,
Lubrication is of the pump circulated, constant
splash system, which has proved so satisfactory
on the Oldsmobllo, 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 Schemes Used
You have your cholco of two tasty color
schemes on the "Twenty": a rich maroon, with
mouldings and edges of bonnet striped in black;
leather blue black. Or battleihlpgray all over with
apple green stripings and upholstering. Fenders,
fender irons, pedals, and top irons are enameled
bUck. The radiator, steering column, side lamp
brackets, hub caps, and side control levers are of
brass. Steps are aluminum.
Tho tires are 32"x3' In front and 32'x3 In the
rear. The crank shaft has a tensile strength of
100,000 pounds; the clutch is leather faced, conn
type; the clearance Is 121 Inches under the stcor
The Ideal Car
The Hudson "Twenty" is tho ideal car at tl '
price. It leaves nothing to bo desired.
Nothing experimental about it. Nothing tint i i .('.
The "Twenty" has been recognized by th.
Association of Licensed Automobile Msnnfi.--turers.
It Is the only four cylinder licenstd cr
telling for less than $1,000.
Equipment-! Two' large headlights, gener
ator, two alibi oil lamps, tail lamps, full not tools
and horn 900.
With Itosch magneto, top. Prest-O-Llto tank,
double rumble seat 91 OQO. '
Our allottment of these cars is limited and orders
will be filled imrotation as received. ' Please' call,
telephone or write for further information.
E. 0. Hall & Son, Ltd., Agents
of forces In Him event of wu
Your commltteo learned further,
that pln"ns for a biillnlilo building
will be prepared b tho Superintend
ent nf Public winkH nnu Hint mo
erection of n building will '" supor
Inteiidrd by tin- miwp oIIUc. Tlio
cost of ii Millablo building, It la en
tlmated, will bo I'lfty TI.oiiK.ind
TI.Ih amount will glio u building
of concieto 120x2 lit feet, two bioiIim
high In tho front, with u Dilll Hull
in tho tea i 120x200 rect. (ontnlnlng
company iikiiiih. utorago loonis, nnd
housing fyr illlei, ordna.no nnd
The upper poitlon of tho fionl of
the building to bo uml Tin- reading
ii ml hoclal looiim uud llbrniy, with
a limited numlier of beds or nils for
the nitoutuinditt Inn of enlisted men
of the National (liiard, U. S. "Aimy.
Naty in .Mmlno Corps.
Your (oniniltteo mo picpued to
recommend and strongly urgo that
an tnrn.st effort ho in.ido t" lalso
tlio ninoiint i.ecessaiy to e.eel nn
nrinoiy for the following iwm.iib:
1. 'Hint It Im due tn the Nntliiiiul
(liiard, tho linpoitiinio and vnluo of
which Is not fully recogube.l. nnd
which Is now a part of tho mini of
the United Statex.
2. That It Is due to Ihu national
gn eminent which has been hi liber
al in Us trcitmeiit nf tho Ton It nry
of llnwnll and which U now Kpriiil
lug In the Territory on fori cb of tho
Army uud Navy an ainou.it eiiual to
S7r,00U per i.ioutb.
3. That Hie pinlblni of siilliilile
Qunrtoin for drill mid Instiii.tliiu
will nllintl to tho coloih, an element'
now uhbe'it fiolii tho iiiiiKh, will lu
ll earn tb. i foico mid will bencllt thu
)ou-ii; I.'in of thu 'I en Hni j- by tlio
valued training wblili lalllluiy ill 111
nod ills .'ino iilwajB eusuiis.
I. 'Il.ui prmlulon can bo lundo
in mi mmory for u "seivico lustl
tute," for thu ciillHtcd men of the
army mill nuy kiicIi uh oxlsta In
cities on the mainland, the need for
which la full) nl foith In n letter
from Chaplain V.. T. Klmpiu, N. (1
II., which Is made u pail of Ibis io-
. C, Tho piohcnco of n pieponilcr
ntlng nllon population, while peace
ublo In tho main, leudcia the need
of mi armed foico essential In tho
eont of dlslurbiini'ii nilslfig fiom
oventa Internal m ctternnl tn tho
C. Tho National tluiird is the
next power ut tlio tiinimninl of tlio
Out oi nor following tho fitllitio nf
the civil fones to ijuell ilot or put
Your coinnillteo feol imnlmcd
that when the subjttt Is cUdi tho cans.
Secretaries or other author-
lze.1 reprcsenlathea of clubs
t are asked to ken.l lu a list nf
O cvuntB, Echodiilcd by them, tu.ii o
they may bo Included In tho i
progiam. Address all cominn-
nlcallons lo tin Sporthig I.M1-
tor, V. v o n I u g It u 1 1 e 1 1 n .
Aug. 1 ! l'unahou a.
Aug. 21: Kniiw s.St. Louis.
f- Aug IS: J. A. C va K. A. C.
O Aug. 15: C. A. C. Mi. V. S. M.
O Aug. 21: II. C. O. vs. Maul.
Aug. 1 I: Honolulu vs.
Aug. IK: Mclncriiy Cup.
Aug. 1 1: Sulllvuu vs. Cordell.
1 1: 15.1 re mi I s. Teiry.
Aug. 1 1' Honolulu a.
. . -.- I. SI - -- -! W
attention It decorves thnt tho com
munity will lespond In wholo or
pint with tho amount neccss.uy for
thu piopoied building nnd as mi
enldciuo oui loniiiiltleu would illuw
i.ttentloii lo the llbernl mid piompt
lospnuxo made, to a hIiiiII n- leipieil,
b) tin. IiiikIiichs men of tho lit) of
San 1'iiiiic lro.
Ynnr lonimlltee milunlt this ns
their lepoit and ask for dlbelinigo
f i oni fuithei duty In tho picmlbus.
ci:o, w. smith,
!. r. HUSH.
Thu iiinJoill of jour ininmltteo
iignt that, owing tn the abenio
ficini the illy of JIi. ".. K Mjeia,
tho thlid meuibeiH of the eouimlt
teo, the) nio unnble to obtain his
IeWH'nu tlio Hiibjee t.
CIiUl ClnU Matin sun hu b e imo n
Bt'itMlehn. Ho has eniofully clnctl
fled Ihu ee iiMi. rinnil piuj mil dN
'own'.! Hint tlie.e nro Includ .1 four
It ,111 lllVll.IU lll.ln , ...It.... 1
-.. ......v.,,, ,,i,iu jtit.i MiiiisiH IWl) '
liililiuih, uiio iojI cttatn iiiiiii ono nbt If
ilel.in, and ono elienilst. Tiiere aio
No two men are just
alike no two suits
should be just alike.
You want perfect
fitting clothing, don't
Only way is to have
them made for yon.
Get us to make them
for you, because we
We find it easy to do
No, not when you
Our business suits
mr.de to your measure
for Twenty-five Dol
lars are incomparable.
Our evening clothes
Geo. A. Martin,
fcU Duiuourntu atut touiitueu lUpubM
J m !i t mi -
Jlttrare tmuU rt'j
I I Illtl lliilslrt
Bulletin Business Office Phone 250",
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