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EVENING nULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., SATURDAY, OCT. 9, 1003.
I0CAL AND C0A3T
, TliBh nn three KOM'ti Rented Thorn-
in l'lcr In llio lent ImslnoRfi III IhliJ
iiy, nun mey axe in rinwiiiii in-
nil. Thcw hwiullfiil tnrs aio imt-
jjpiilnted by Mewsra. Wooil. (Jullin,
V , M
r'Thero tiro BlKiia of the Hudson 20
St. -.t. I.. .1 ..m. fiiliin. ntitl nil
&"flil heoplo !' nr'' looUlns forw.inl
id gelling ft really E""1 chrup ear niu
,nhitloimly IiuiuIiIiir nt tin- Associated
lr Ijdntiwi' nbuut tl in. Tin- run mi Hip
'Clmlmcrs-Uoiroli iimrlilnca Is minim
tried ami the orders raniiol bo l.ept up
vavIUi ''tt- fuolory.
'r- r. :t
r. Manager Wolls of tin- Itoyal lln
1 wnllan Garnce Is up to Ms eyei In
work, Dnd tho repair niton la Urpt go
Inn all ibe1 time. The chniiHeiirs huo
bei-U kept very uuj Intel- nh.l sever
al .rouml-lhe-lKlniul trips hac been
inndo by them.
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The laxlcab Is to Invade Honolulu.
The fatten nr Company. Wialorii
, repicKcntallves of the farters, to
celvwl llireo of these nmcbliu-t jo
tnhn en mute to the Ulntids. A'
cordlnfi to V. M. folllns, loeul man
niter of tho eompuiiv, there Is it de
mand In Honolulu fur tuxlcnui mid
n3 n result the UKouts In thla terri
tory huvo Kold HL-wral of thcie m.i
rhlnes for me III Honolulu. The
enra will remuln nl tho local nalus
looms n few do.
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I II. llcunctt, tho woll-l.'nown mo
torist of Fresno, has recently pur
chnwd u new model of the Humbler
esr, drKlng tho machine homu ns a
trial of tho speed nnd power of tho
car. Although the toads are not In
tho best rondltlon, the motorist re
ported havlni; inmlc tho trip without
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An ItitorcklliiK record lias been set
! for tho non-punrturlnH of btnndnnl
tires. Hughcsou & Morton tit 611 Van
I Ness ncuuo nic cxlilhltlns an AJax
rasing, 34x1 Inches, No. 2D,3fil, sold
, on March 22, 190S. to-K. C. l.cfflng
wcll, nnd used since on bis Slod-dard-Dayton
touring car. The tire,
. In eighteen months covered 10,010
' miles, nccoidlng to speedometer read
ings duly attested, and bad receiv
ed ulr but three times, never having
been punctured. The Inner tubo had
almost vulcanized to tho casing and
wnn withdrawn with dlfllcilltv. Tho
i running was dono from I.:iKo county
in tho north lo aionioicy in tno
' south, nil sorts of loads bclg cov-
t ercd. This Is claimed to be a ro-
'marlcablo record for non-puncturing.
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A feature or tho automobile Bhow
which Is to bo held In tho basement
ot tho Kmporluni during i;orlola
f week will bo the exhibition of elec
RETURNING HOME AFTER TRIUMPHAL TOUR OF THE MAINLAND, WHERE THEY WERE EN
THUSIASTICALLY GREETED IN EVERY CITY AND TOWN VISITED. PRAISED BY THE LARGEST
AUDIENCES EVER GATHERED TO HEAR A MUSICAL ORGANIZATION.
tric motor cam. Although, new In
this rlty. doc tile machines arc po
pular thioughout the Must, more ot
tlicni being lined for shopping nnd
theatre purposes than any one other
ttylo of ear.
The Pacific Motor Car Company,
which concern will havo one of the
largoit sp.iccj In the coming Bhow,
Will have kcvenil lio o( the Woods
electric ear, together with a com
plete Hue of Stovens-Uurjca ma
chines. Thlj company will havo an
electric limousine nnd town car, a
.Sleu'iis-Durycn limousine of the four
unil- six cylinder type and several
A number of other electric ma
chines will be on exhibition, the lo
cal doalcis taking advantage of the
fhow for t'io purpa'c of Introducing
this stj'.o of oar to the motoring pub
Other new cars that will bo on
exhibition ul the show will bo the
Lexington anil the Alco. Doth of
tho machines are of tho high horse
p" wcr type, tho Lexington being rat
el at sixty nnd tho Alro at seventy.
P. L. Ilurknrd, local representative
of tho Lexington, has received the
first of these machines, which will
le In tho chow. The Mlddlcton Mo
tor Car Company, agents for tho Alco
has received word from the factory
that tho cats for the show hnd been
shipped nnd would arrive In tlmo
for the exhibition.
The Randolph truck will also be
a new inaclilno to bo seen at tho
bIiow. Tho Pioneer Ailtomobllo will
receive tho Hist of theso cars within
if fw days. As tho commercial ma
chines will ho an important factor
In tlio futuro nutoiunbllo Industry,
tho Introduction of n new machlno
of this class in tho local market, Is
expected to create n great deal ot
Interest unions tho motorists.
a a it
In Scone, Perth, near Launceston,
Tasmania, Is what Is known ni tho
High street hill, and whllo automo
biles are not numerous In Tasmania
the climbing or this hill Is a feat
which Is regarded as test for those
cars which aro there used, and the
success with which this climb was
mado by n Franklin touring-car
which not long ngo was secured by
William tilbson Is a subject of com
ment In tho Launceston Kxnmlncr,
After describing this 28 horse-power
model It says:
"Tho car under review Is very fast
on bills. High street hill up to Ulf-
frons' being tnicn at a remarkably
a a t:
Tho Ilalnlcr rar, driven by Louis
A. Dlshrow, mado n rapid circuit ot
the lltverhead and Mnttltuck course
over which tho I.ong Island Derby
Is to be run. Dlsbrow covered th
Unstinted praise fropi
Seats for the Concert will be on sale at the
Reserved Seats, -
rourso ot 23 mites, ns timed by
several expeef clockcr. In. SO V4..mln
tttcs, which Is belter than a mile per.,
minute, Tho try put took plnco at
half-past live o'clock and each rail
road crossing was guarded by flag
men. Considering tho distance, I)l-)
brow must havo covered fully sevenv
ty miles per hour on tho two
William II. Shnrp, of Trenton, N.
J teegrnphed that he would bo pn
the rourrc on .Saturday with tho
Shnrp Arrow. William P. Murphy,;
of llrooklyn, has entered his fifty
horse power American In tho $3,000
to $1,000 class. Murphy Is an old
cyclist, and was for jenrs ono of tho
tfirr I lilnpa nf t It n Vni irtr A Hilda
viiuix iiutin ui niu nun I in i tunv- .
tic Club. Ho Is a brother ot "mllo
n inlnuto" Charles Murphy, who rode
n mllo In less than a mlnuto behind
a Long Island railroad train. Mr.
Murphy will havo as a mechanician
n young man whoso namo is famous i
in tno nnnnli or sport, Charles l,es-
lie Ilonncr, a nephew of tho Into
tlnlinrt llnnnnp ntt rtti'tt ns nf tit A
fnmous trotter Mnud 8. '
Additional entries tor the Long
Island Derby aro those of Arthur 3.1
Hitter, of Flushing, 10 horse power)
llulrk; Ocorgo L. Kclss, No. ,1771!
Ilroadwny, n 2S-horso power Over
land; Ran ford Avcnuo Onrago, ot
Flushing, through Harmon O. Drogo,
n 30-horso power Chalmers. Do Pal
ma Will tnrklo tho Derby with Ills
in horro power Plat .If ho goes
through with tho llrlghton, Hcncli
rare. Do Pultun's work nt Lowell I
and recent work In tho West, wherol
ho smashed nil track records, will
make him a formidable opponent for
Herbert Lytic nnd other drivers In
tho big stock car raco.
Dr. Nelll of Kingston, N. Y lives
closo to tho Cntsklll region, and ns
ho Is tho owner of a six-cylinder
Pranklln touring-car ho has fre
quent occasion to tell what a motor
car will do In tho climbing ot steep
Twenty-eight miles southwest of
Kingston and, Just outsldo of Kllcn-
vnio ho made a n-mllo climb to tho
top lot 'Crngmore mountain. Tho
elevation attained was 1700 feet,
nnd there were six people aboard tho
car. which Is ono of tho 1910 mod
els. Tho dumb was mado In twenty
In his ninetieth yc.ir Dr. Simon a.
Hell ot Jloscdalc,, iiear Kanuis City,
Mo., covered within live dais recent
ly 1100 miles in n scvcn-passcngcr
Franklin touring-car which ho re
cently secured. This run with his
automobile is mado notable not only
by tho fact that it is that of a nnn
ngennrlan, but that It marks tho
climax lit tho career of ono ot Mis
souri's pioneer promoters of good
Por 52 years Dr. Hell has been, a
boulevard advocate, and In tho coun
try all about his homo ho Is now
able with his new automobile to en
joy traveling over Improved high
ways for which he worked when
road Improvement has laughed nt In
The World -Famous
12, at 8 o'clock
And Wednesday Matinee
$1.0,0 Box Seats, - $1.25 General
his locality. He Is tho ono chiefly
responsible; fgrlho construction ot
what Is now known as tho Southwest
Iloulevnrd, 100 feet wide, running
ftoin Kansas City, through Hoscdalo
nnd along' Turkeyl Crook Vnlley to
Dr. UolPs new, automobile Is a !'-
horse-power touring-car which Is
propelled by a six-cylinder engine.
With, ilt, ditrJnct.Uiaflva .days .mqii,
tinned ho mado trips to Topckn,
Olcthe, Lawrence, Independence and
other towns In Missouri nnd Kan
sas. . U
M tho request of the first assist
ant postmaster general a test of til"
motor-car as a collcrlor of mall w.n
recently mado In , Kansas City, Kan.,
tho nutoniobllo used being n 2tt
horso-powcr Pranklln offered by L.
A. Hoberlson, manager of tho Prank
lln Automobllo Company of Kansas
Two collection routes, nlong which
were lliO letter boxes widely scatter
ed, wcro selected for the trial. Willi
tho ordinary methods of collection
tho covering of this combined routo
takes seven hours and twenty min
utes fur two men and two horses,
and with the motor-car a start was
mado at tho City Hall at r o'clock
and at 7:40 o'clock, after tho lapso
ot two hours and forty minutes, tne
collector had returned lo tho post
office for tho Inst time. The dlstunco
covered was approximately :i." iiiIIim,
and a stop was mado nt each ot tho
lfiO boxes. '
This saving of 4 hours nnd 25 min
utes In tho collection of mall on tho
two routes was made In a tost con
ducted by It. J, McKlnitou, city sup
erintendent of carriers. Ho believes
utter his experience with tho Prank
lln Hint thc utilization ot automo
biles for this work would ravoiution-
Ire tho postal ecrvlro of tbo coun
Hawaiian Opera House
J. 0, Cohen Pmonts
Master of Magic
And the World's Greatest
! AND AN ABLfi COMPANY.
MONDAY EVENING, OCT. 11.
FIVE NIGHTS ONLY.
Prices i: . . .25c to $1.00
Reserved Seats nt Bergstrom Mu
WILL APPEAR AT
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the Pacific to the Atlantic and back
Orpheum Theater Saturday Morning,. Oct. 9, at 10
For the Benefit of the
Will Be Gi"cn at the
SATURDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 9
at 8 p. m.
Admission $1.00, 7uc, 60c
Tickets may be had at Bcrcstrom
' TO BE SEEN AT i
IN HONOLULU ATHLETIC PARK.
and many other of local and general
ADMISSION.,.. 10, 15 nnd 25 cents
Beautiful New Hats
How on view at
Dunn's Hat Shop,
Cor. Fort and Bcrctania.
J. Abadic, Prop.
F. THOMAS DYEING WORKS.
Wednesday Evening, Oct, 13, at 8 o'clock
at 3 o'clock
SHOULD THE TRANSPORT ARRIVE EARLY ENOUGH ON TUESDAY THERE WILL BE A MAT
( INEE AT 3 P. M. ONE CONCERT WILL BE A SYMPHONY, AND IT WILL 3E THE FIRST TO BE
GIVEN HERE BY AN ORCHESTRA OF THIS SIZE.
LAST WEEK OF
Wise & Milton
IIUSICAL COMEDY AND
THE BIGGEST AND BEST SHOW
IN TOWN FOR THE MONEY
TWO HOURS OF SOLID FUN.
Admission 10c. Reserved Seats 20
and 30 cents.
Matinees Wednesdays and Saturdays.
Fort Street, Below Bcrctania.
ce - . -
BEST VAUDEVILLE IN THE CITY;
TRIDE OF THE FLEET.
! May.Wall ace
OiUUIHAIi "HQUEi HOY."
AMERICAN CRAYAN ARTIST.
ECCENTRIC COMEDY ARTISTS.
Feature Film T
HUNTING BIG GAME IN
RETURN OF THE LESS0S.
Saturday, Monday nnd Friday.
ADMISSION AS USUAL.
Open Every Afternoon
AFTERNOON SESSION, 3 TO 5
EVENING SESSION. 7:30 TO 10. JO
Miss Emma Wiener
Champion Lady Skater of the World.
ADMISSION M5c: Sttatcs, 15o
HOTEL STREET. NEAR BETHEL.'
A Minute ,
SUNDAY, OCT. 10.
1:30 P. M.
J. A. C. vs. C. A. C
U. S. M. C. vs. KALIIII
First Game of Second Scries.
Seats,..,-. A. ipe, 15c, 25o
fm -.1. !.... .. .i . ... .,..... L. ..
1" ''NEW "IDEA '
WAVERLY DANCE HALL.
Cor. Hotel .and Bethel Sts.
Open every cveninc except Sunday
at 7 o'clock.
Admission 10c. Ladies Free.
Mnsic by Xawailiau Glee Club.
Ulnnk book"? of nil narts. leclzera.
etc., manufactured by the, IlulluUu
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