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' HVBNiNO mJU.KTtN, UONOlitfi.U. T. II., SATtmiUY, OCT. 2, IftM.
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Just Received nndi Ready for Demonstration
The "30" Baby Tonneau is designed to meet the requirements of those who desire the roadster
type of chassis equipped with light tonneau body. Seats four passengers,
two in front and two in the tonneau, and there are
doors on each side of the car.
THE LOCOMOBILE IS THE MOST EELIABLE CAR ON THE MARKET. IT WILL RUN DAY AFTER
DAY, MONTH AFTER MONTH, AND 1'EAR AFTER YEAR, WITH A MINIMUM OF CARE AND EXPENSE.
IN DURABILITY IT WILL HOLD ITS OWN AGAINST ANY CAR IN THE WORLD. THE LOCOMOBILE
HAS AN UNMARKED REPUTATION FOR SAFETY. THERE IS NO RECORD OF ANY ACCIDENT OR IN
JURY FROM THE BREAKAGE OF ANY PART OF ANY LOCOMOBILE CAR. THE DESIGN OF THE LO
COMOBILE IS BEST BECAUSE IT 13 ALONG APPROVED AND ACCEPTED LINES.
THE MATERIAL USED IN THE CONSTRUCTION OF THE LOCOMOBILE IS THE BEST TO BE PRO
CURED. NO LESS THAN SIXTEEN GjADES OF HIGH QUALITY STEEL ABE EMPLOYED. A NOTABLE
FEATURE IS THE USE. OF SPECIAL FORMULA BRONZE AT IMPORTANT- POINTS". N C0N8TRUC
TION THE LOCOMOBILE IS A BUILT CAR AS DISTINGUISHED FROM AN ASSEMBLED CAR. THE
LOCOMOBILE IS THE EASIEST AND STEADIEST RIDING OF MOTOR CARS BECAUSE IT IS SPECIALLY
DESIGNED FOR VARYING ROADS.
SCHUMAN - CARR1AOB COMPANY,
, Merchant Street, opp. Bishop
POLICE WILL BREAK UP
BUNCH OF HOODLUMS.
except licit wotor for tlio witnessed. 1
Hosn lilt tliu Japanese In the. cyo
and demolished n few teeth niid.stat-
(A In court that It was In dofenso of
a little boy whom the Japanese was
chasing. The little hoy was Riipposed '
to ho throwing stones unJ tlio pain
InniK together henntlfully In showing
how heroic Hosn wns for sticking up
for tlio r.ffllctcd. .Judge Andrado Un
fed tho defendant $15 and warned him
not to como hack to cct fonicthlng
Bwoise. ilotan two wltiiestcu, also
linn ITftmhAii Tini1 XifiAAn "ri11na
This Morning and His Witness-V"? " "'" """" """ T,
es Warned to Cut Loose Fromc" ? wn1,I,l,"B ,1'a, u,p Plco l..t..nda
Band Police Court Notes. ,0 1,n'nk "10 s""1! HI) and ,hat ,kc'5'
Chns. Yarrlek showed up lit last to
answer to tho drunk chargo for which
he had forfeited his hall, tils case
has gono over until Oct. 4 and the
police aro taking tender caro of him.
Thclmu'l'tm, the Hawaiian girl who
hus confessed tn stealing n bicycle
and f-otno clothes from n Chinaman I
near Aula l'ark, was given n sus
pended sentence of thlitecn months.
Flvo women and four men. all Pnr-
uisueuj, wero mis morning given eus-
pended sentences, after lin lug pit ad-
That tho gang ot toughs that hang
nrouud tho I'nko stores In Puliation
has been black-crossed by tho pollen
Is aildeut from tho way a member of
It was handled this morning lu tho
Antono Uosn was the member nr
lcsted, to answer to a chargo of as
sault ngulnst n Japanese, mid, nfter
the complaining witness story had
been corroborated by a fellow-countryman,
ltosa called a few of his pals
In to paint him as an angel, which,
however, did not result lu anything I.um wishes now ho was 22nd.,
I had better detach themselves from It
befoio they got IVto serious trouble.
I.um I loon, n Chinaman conktcd
of gambling, received n literal Illus
tration of tho hoodoo fualltles,.ot tho
magic number of 23 this morning In
the same, court. I.um Iloou wns 23d
on tho calendar, and, together with
eight fellow countrymen,, was up for
gambling and managed to get himself
convicted. When Judge Andrado Im
posed tho tlno ho decided that I-um
was the worst of tho bunch and soak
ed him $ir, while lining tho rest $3.
ed guilty to u vag (hargc, nr.d ll.ey
are all to bo outlawed from the Island,
Bomo will leave on tho llnun.il I.na
ii"xt Tuesday, and tho prosecution
will rush tnem nil up tor sentence If
they aro found on Oaliu after tho llrst
oppoitunlty to get out. Judgo An
drado hnd them told that It was up
to them to stay out and not merely
tako a short vaiu'tlon.
Four drunjis wcro lined $:i and costs
"Palmistry; or As l.i Your Hand, So
Is Your Life," Is tho milijeet of Jlr.
l'rederlo 1!cU'h freo lecture tomuirow
ut 3 o'clock nt Hawaiian hotel. Six
lu the nudlcnco examined tree.
Active Trading Starts On
Olna Joined thu mlvancp In great
style today mid llnwnllau Commercial
directors have voted mi extra dividend
ot two per cent to hu paid on October
These wore tho Incidents ot the
"stock maiket. I'erhups tho tmo at
tracting tho most attention wax tho
Olan jump fintn wiles yesterday after-
noon at I.S7','j to 5.37 this forenoon
and tho slock closed at SV:i hhl. There
Is no partlculir reason for this be
yond tliu fact that tho peoplo tiro wak
ing up as tho It ill lot in Iiiir said
I they would do after a while. The lat-
priced stocks luivo about leagued tho
I limit and lire very closely hoK. Tlio
Investors and possibly n few iipeculat-oi-s
nro turnln;; to tlio Inexpensive
rtecks, and they will do moro of It n
tho i- rsoii pi-ogresses.
Now nuotlitlons. wcro received m
sugar today Indicating that there has
either been somo great prlco manipu
lation on tho London market or Ilia
previous quotation of 12s. 716il. fur
beets was an error. As tho quotations
stand today, beets nnd centrifugals
mo nearer u parity than at any time
during this sugar year.
Alexander & llaldwln received a
cablegram this forenoon oiiuniinclng
that tho Hawaiian Commercial direct
ors had voted to pay itn extra two per
cent dividend October 15. Tills extra
has been expected although somo wcro
fearful that It would not como until
PLEA NOT GUILTY
Pleas of not guilty were mndo be
fore Circuit Jtldgo Do Holt this
mr.rning by the threu men accused
of tho murder of Sailor' Wothci 111,
Citinnilng. who was Indicted for mur
der In tho first degree, and llcCan
dlcss nml Walklkl, charged with be
ing accessories nfter the fact. ,
Held At The
Plans aro well Under way for the
establishment of n military athletic
league that will Include all of tlio
nuns of tho United States service
I nnd National Guard.
A meeting wns held yesterday nt
tho University CJub for the purpose
of dUcussint; In u tentative way
the p.lnns far the organization of the
league, nnd there Is no doubt biit
that It will be carried through to
n successful concluhlon.
It Is planned to have a football
scuson, baseball and track contests,
J nnd tho nctlev management of tho
Icnguo will bo In tho hands nt men
'well versed lu athlolle affairs.'
Tho Netherlands cruiser Nonrbra
bant, Captain Van. departed at 7:30
this morning for San Francisco and
tho Portoln pageants. She Is tho first
of tho foreign vessels "here assem
bled" to dopart for tho Golden date.
Ills Imperial German Majesty's 'dilp
Arconu, yaqfctllkn In Its build and
symetry, will remain until about tno
(tmo tho Pacific Fleet goes and tho
lledford, tho llrltlsh cruiser, will leave
nbout tho same time.
As the American boats will Ir.ivo
next Tuesday for tho Admiralty Is
lands, tho harbor will look bare after
that date after having been so fitly 1 of
men-of-war for a month. As thu Id
zuma Is now not expected to como In
and tlio French cruiser has not ma
terialized tho six Flugs In ono liuibor
hoped for will not occur.
Furnished cottngo and housekeeping
rooms. Cottngo drove. Tel. 1087.
We have secured the exclusive Honolulu Agency for the famous F. Thomas Parisian Dyeing
Works of San Francisco.
We will now undertake to clean or dye the most delicate textile fabrics, ostrich feathers, etc.,
at Coast prices, and will guarantee all work. ....
Goods will be called for, sent to San Francisco by every steamer and be back by return steamer.
J. ABADIE, Prop.