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2I.0C0 OFFICES IN
SCND the following message subject tothe terms
on back hereof, which are hereby. agreed to.
485 CH NY 3Q paid night
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E M F Co, Detroit
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M F wins fcrty mile free for all ch ncw.two and, one half
atintr Tone Toledo White Steamer. Cadillac VclicYnd othen.
The Cadlllnc Thirty, drl'en by
Covey, easily on llio no-inllo mad
race at Portland, Orcein, June 1-.
Tho Cadillac's iixcraRO epeed was
CG miles nit hour. Last oar a
Cadlllnc won tlio same eent held
annually by the Portland Automo
bile Club but Its ncuiKo speed was
somewhat lower than that made by
Covcy'B car In tlio lccent race.
Another Cadillac Thirty made n
notnblo slunvliiK recently In a tour
from Buffalo, N. Y., to Lenox, Mass.
Carrying threo passenRcrs, tho car
covered tho 100-mllo dlstanco In 17
hours nnd with a total gasollno con
eumptlon of 21 gallons. Tho aver
ngo speed figures out nt 2ii miles
on hour, and the gasoline consumed
gave an average of 1J miles per gal
lon both of which nro extraordin
arily high for go-as-you-plcaso road
Sydney Enthusiastic Over Cadillac.
Tho Cadillac Motor Car Company
Is In receipt of n letter from lloy W.
Sandfonl at Sydney, handling the
Cadillac for Australia nnd Tasmania,
in which ho sayii Sydney Is very en
thusiastic over the Cadillac Thirty.
Mr. Sandfonl Is u native Australian
nnd before, taking tho Cadillac agen
cy spout Mime time nt the Detroit
factory, thoroughly familiarizing
himself with tho ear In Its entirety.
Oiigllclmn I'ehllng, Cadillac agent
nt Ilueno All ex, Argentina, Is on his
wny to Detroit to arrange for Bhlp
Jnents of Cadillac Thlity cars, hav
ing already placed orders for a num
ber of them.
Much of the Cadillac machinery
Is unlike any to bo. found In any
ntlier auto'npblle manufactory In the
world. Sot. filt has been built by
tlio Cadillac Company In Its own
shops; some by machinery builders
of world-wide leimtatlun specifica
tions of muteilil employed. The
fineness of lit demanded In the Ca
dillac precluded tlio possibility of at
tempting to utilize, in many cases,
Tho standard of lucasiiiomcnt em
ployed In tlio Cadillac factory Is the
thousandth part of an Inch a
gtamlartl which must bo rigidly ad
hered to, oven In tho making ol
whnt to tho layman might seem to
bo unimportant nnjl trivial parts.
era Union T?eiegapfc Oomp?y
ItOIIKHTC. CI.OWnY, President and
READ THE NOTICE AND AGREEMENT ON BACK
Ilcforc the parts nro permitted to
go to the cnglno assembling room,
each separate part Is sited and mea
sured by an Inspector, and often tho
variation of less thnn n hair's
breadth Is nmplo Justification for Its
rejection, Yet tjic percentage of re
jected parts Is comparatively small,
so accurate is thowork of the me
chanics and machinery.
The result of methods such as the
Cadillac Company employs In Its
Bhops Is that all part's fit absolutely
when they reach tho point ,of' assem
bling; and that such" accuracy and
precision of fit reduce friction In fho
car to the point beyond' which It 'is
impossible to go.
For some months past tho great
Cadillac plants at Detroit have been
tlio objective points of automobile
manufacturcj'8, not only builders of
American cars, but European makora
Somo of tho manufacturers have
mndo personal calls of Inspection and
others have sent tbelr representa
tives to go through the huge factory
and mnlco some study of the manu
facturing methods and the special
machlnary which have produced
such n car as the padlllac Thirty.
Tho makers who have visited tho
plant or sent their representatives
include those long established )n tho
Industry as well ns those' whose ex
perience reaches uacK over a uriei
six or eight months.
Threo thing's which, aside from
tho quality of tho materials used In
tho i manufacture of "the car. have
excited tlio greatest Interest of visit
lug makers are tho jsrgo number
of special machines used In fho Ca-,
djllac factory, the fineness of the
system o( gauges, ana measurements,
and tho rigid' Inspection 'anil scru
tiny whch every part of the car
mum pass to do consiaarca o.
SAPUAMENTO. August 21. '
more is to be an automobile race
tlio last day of the State Fair, ac-,
cording to a decision reached by thc
commissioners lately, Tho raco will
piobably bo between 200 nnd 301)
miles, and iusluda entries from many
of tho largest automobile mnnilfaci
tutors In tho country. Hither a
piuso will bo given the wlnnor, or
1 n largo silver loving cup.
CABLE SERVICE TOcALL THE WORLD.
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mile track averaging fifty six miles
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C C Clark , t,
'" 'I28am 30th
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,MerQhQnt Street, opp. BlsKdp
Many machines will be brought
hero from all parts of tho country
for the automobile exhibit. This
display will occupy almost the en
tire floor of tho Manufacturers'
building. Entries for space havo
been pouring In with such regular
ity that the commlsrianers believer
they will have to give tho dealers
almost twice the space they had
planned. Word was received from a
Los Angeles firm yesterday that two
car loads of cars were on their wny
to the fair.
The hutomobllo exhibit will be a
new feature to tho fair. Tho many
companies which have applied for
space mnko It certain that It will
be a success. The dealers have ask
ed to bo given an "Automobllo
night" at which time to bo allowed
the uso of the race track, and prac
tically malto tho entire grounds on
that night Into an auto show. The
commissioners are considering Unk
ing 'this night' with the auto race,
thus adding more Interest to the
Tho Kord enr that won the New
York-Seattle rtic Ik now belnc drl'v-
onback by the same' men who suc
cessfully piloted It In this contest,
arrived at DcnVcr, Colo., August 12
after an experience only equaled by
some of those which they went
through oh the trip west'. '
After a' visit of'dno to four days
in each of the principal cities of the
Pacific const States, the car loft Lo3
Angeles August ist. Death Valley
was' reached' August 2d at noon. Th'e
tbermometor registered 120 degrees
In the 'shade. Vof several weeks no
rain had fallon nnd tho sand 'was
dry1 nnd Boft. Noono could be 'found
whq would venture to" accompany
them ns pilot, as the trip had never
been made at this time of the year.
In tho earlyr spring when the mule'
teams are hauling' borax It Is gen
erally considered' safa enough, for
tho teams' are ready to offer nssls-
tancc, tho sand Is wet and packet
ahd tho sun less warm.
'Finally the sight 'of moro money
than' he had seen for many moons
IndUced a cattleman to offer his ser-.
vices, provided the trip was made ati
nigni. They started nt 9 p. m nnd
tho 'famous Death Valley, made fam
ous by Bcotty, tho "man of mystery,"
was successfully crossed by bis now
no less famous prototype Scotty, tho
driver of 'the Ford car
Fifteen hundred ''delegates wero In
Washington to attend 'tho twenty
eighth" annual encampment of tlio
commnndery In clilof, Sons of Veterans.
' (IP TO HILO'
The Tribune of I)lo says:
Governor Frenr is of tho opinion
that It Is up to Hllo to tako advan
tage of th opportunity afforded her
by tho visit or tho Congressional
party to get In some good work In
tho mnttor of securing tho long de
sired federal building. His vlows
on the question ho has embodied In
a letter to tho Hoard, as well as the
citizens In general tnke action. The
text is as follows:
"Ono of tho matters that might
well bo urged upon tho visiting
Congressmen nnd upon the Congress
at Its next session is an appropria
tion for n public building for Hllo.
"As you know, a block has already
been reserved by act of Congress for
this purpose, a nortlon nf whteli.
.however, 'is subject "to n Icaso hav
ing auout rour years yet to run. Tho
block also Is larger than renlilrcd.
and larger I believe than was first
proposed, but was all included, ex
cepting ono cornoi' wrlch had been
disposed of for tho Masonic Hall,
oecauBe it was not known at that
time Just how much should be taken
for this purpose. -
"Tho cooperation of your Hoard
nnd of the people' of your city may
greatly assist both In nhtulnfni- ihn
'appropriation notwithstanding tho
existing loaso and In bringing about
tho best uso of tho block.
"In tho first' place, If might assist
materially if your board or tho peo
ple of your city would obtain an op
tion to purchase, my, tho lust two
yearn of the lease, that U. from July
. jwii, 10 juiy l, ibis. It will
probably bo at least a
F,uuuijr uo at lensi a year ucroro
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h,. Mi'i'iuixiatiuil KUll UO OIHIlinetl
ntlrl nnnin 'limn ..'ft..- f..., ',.- ,--
nnd some 'tlmo a'ftor that 'before tho
work of construction can heimn.
Therefore, un option for tho pur-
,chaso of tho lust two years of tho
lenso would probably bo sufficient
and ought not to cost much. Un
less provision is thus mndo-for the
cancellation of tho lenso; it may be
difficult to get an appropriation dur
ing he coining year.
Tho block Is much larger than
Is tequlred for the proposed build
ing; moreover, tho Masonic Hall oc
cunylng, as It does, one cornor and
tho most Important corner of tho
block, would Intorforc much with,
the uso of the ontlro block for tho
proposed building. Tho mnkal por
tion of the block also I somowhnt
lower man tho'mailka portion. It
Is suggested that a street bo put
Postal Telegraph Commercial tables
CLARENCE H. MAC KAY, Pr;d3nt.
4 Reglttered Trademark. Design Patent No. 36369.
The Postal Telegraph-Cable Company (Incorporated) transmits and delivers this message subject to the terms and
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(WHERE ANY REPLY SHOULD DESENT.)
14 DE WN 14 night 7.45A
Spokane Wn. Aug 11-09-12
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ETT F wins here to-day handsdo'wn over, Chalmers, and- Cadillac five mile match.raee.- Timo E M F six fifty
two three fifths Cadillac seVen tfje Chalmers several eiirtit'three'infths five miles'half mile flat track, second
fastest time made durine day not excluding Stoddards locomobile Pennsylvania and six Ford.
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TT js fi
through tho block parallel with .
Uridgo and PUnum stieets, the lov-
cr side of which would bo onn lino
with tlio lower boundary of the
courthouse lot on tho opposite, side I
of Wnlanuenuc sticot. Ily thus di
viding the block and electing the'
public uuiiuing upon tne upper por
tion, tho lot would bo of ample bIzo,
namely, about an iicro nnd a half,
which is much larger man tno lot
for tlin niiif-li lnrcpr fpilernl hultd
lugs In Honolulu; at same time tho
uiocu would no a unit ttvoted ex
clusively to tho purposes of tho pub
lic building with streets on all sides
and would bo opposite to an sym
metrical with tho courthouse lot
which is in Itself somewhat of u
park. Another advantage would be
that tho lower portion could be used
for tho purposes of-tho County of
Hawaii with perhaps n small portion
of It retained for Territorial pur
poics. "If this proposition is looked up
on with favor by your board nnd
tho peoplo of your city, it might bo
well for you to tnko action accord
ingly. It Is desirable In mnttcis of
th,ls Uilml that, there should bo ns
much agreement ns possible and
that differences of local opinion, If
nny should bo settled on tho outside
nnil an united front picsentcd in
support of Bomo definite proposition.
I encloso herewith n blue-print
showing tho block in question and
tho proposed street dividing it. This
will piesont the matter more clearly
than could otherwise be ilono.
Tho Hoard of Mccnso Commission
,rs Ins go'iiu on record ns being op.
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-OHOrvnll,in II... .liluln. I. .!.... , ,
....i lv .,., mut, ticiUK IJUKUtt
lnnllllv'nn Ihn mil,,,,.. rt Am..... ..m,
mainly 'on the onliion of Armv nrni-m-u
At tho nieoijng of tho Hoard held yos
terday the appllcalon of .John Do
Fries for a llcuiiko for a saloon nt Pun
loa was refused. A protost was re
ceived from Major Vlnslow and also
Jack Atkinson, who has a ranch In
Tho Board approved of the change
In tho purtueishln of tlin Pmihi nmi
Anla. IC. C. Peters, acting for the
Kauai Wine Company, which has gona
Into bankruptcy, asked permission to
dispose of theiBtock nt publlo auction.
Oeorgo I.ycurgus of tho Union a rill
lenewcd his application for nn after
hour privilege between the closing
hour Satin day night and Urn opening
hour Monday mninlng,
jj-For Sale" cards at Bulletin
A lady udinlier sends the follow
ing tribute. To pick me out among
fo ninny others of tho sumo Ilk
raises my hopes of heaven:
I want to bo nu optimist,
And optimistic stnud,
A giln of Joy upon my llpe,
A nenr-Joko Just lit hand.
I would not be a pessimist,
With oyes that do not tiacli.
Hu turns tho picture to tho wall,
And gazes at tho back.
To him tho cream Is Just ulnln milk,
And' fish a muss of bones.
Ills Journey through this vale of
An endless chain of giuans.
I wnut to bo an optlmlbt,
And optimistic stand.
I would not bo n pchslmlst,
They're Mich u Burly band,
I might add In personal defense
Hint It Is hotter to bo n pessimistic
philosopher thnn nu optimistic soph
ist. If I've turned tho Plctuio to
tli i wnll it was because I had to
tnko out tho largo quantities of
Dust that other peoplo havo put be
hind It, nnd ns fur tlio cream being
Just plain milk, 1 have given up nny
hope of seeing any Honolulu milk
Hint Itsu't Just plain formaldehyde.
Rood morning, havo jou served
on n strike Jury yet? Ily tho way,
which would jou rather be.'n btilke
Juior or nn einployo of H & C?
I would suggest Walter M. Well
man ns nn liiblter In tho dispute bo
twpen Dr. Cook ami hU crbtwhlle
Loniniiinder, Lieut. Peary., I think
Wnltor has tried so long that he
ought lo como In some plnco. There
'he has been stuck up In bleak Nor
wny since tlmo Immcmoilal bultln'
away at tho Not Hi Polo In nu onery
balloon nnd willing excellent ni ti
des ubouf hnlrSirvoillli estnpes for
tho Chicago Itei-ord-Hcrnld, nnd then
Dr. Cook Is: (hucked oveiboaid by
an irato commander anil proceeds to
tnko n pilvato plug nt It himself on
his own trnusportntlnu facilities and
gobbles tho prize. Po' Waller W.I
Hut then, cheer up, Waller, m.iibe
tho Doctor!! binning on n, pair of
duoces and Peaty had u plpo dieani.
And then ngiln, nfter Walter has
been building balloons and Zeppelin
lias been building balloons mid the
gallant Andre sacrificed his II To In
u balloon, all with the same hopes of
tying up somo day to tho great
North Hllthln' Post, a common saw
bones wnlks to the Polo wouldn't
It make you laugh? And Micro's n
(hnnco to moralize on tho fitness of
tilings, but I'm not a mean man.
I.et'B send Jack Atkinson to tho
North Polo to ftudy tho Immigra
Or let's exchange It for the Kapaa
The King Is dead. Long I.lvo tho
the King! Who's to succeed K. II.
Ilarrlman to the iiilliond throne nf
America? What battle of giants
will cnimo aniong tho financial Tl
Inus of Willi street for the. mastery
of our free land? 'What panics will
stop tho wheels of Industry nnd
ralso tho grim Fenrls of Poverty bo
foio tho doors of 30,000,000 people?
Hut Just a minute, until I go nnd
see whether Jack Johnson and Jim
Jeffries Imvo signed up yet.
Let's go back to the North Polo
iigiiln, I'm getting warm. Didn't
Fomcono Intimate that Canada
slnlmeil tho beastly thing? why
djilu't she claim It Imfoio? It was
thcio all tho time, nnd tho fact that
Dr, Cook nnd Ueu. Peary jiald n
formal call on the lndy don't glvo
our dear llttlo northern slstor any
excuse for fcottlng up u holler nnd
mylng that wo nro stepping tm her
toes. What with Johnny Hull and
his iitmbiinctluus young daughter
mil Puclc Sam hitting It up In a
freo-for-nll nnd Peary nnd Coo'c
-nixing tho drinks on tho side, It h
moio than over Impressed upon in
that theie Is such n thing ns the
North Polo aftiir nll
Army officers hae practically
agieed upon , a silo for the erection
of a 'MOO-iullo wireless telegraph
station In Georgetown, u suhuih of
Col. Uiulolph JuseiiBkl, who rought
vnlluntly and wtis wounded In tho
i. . .
I ItiiHstl.in army beforo Port Arthur,
jhas quit Ilussla for tho Hulled
I States, where hu seeks even a day
I laborer's woik.