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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T. It., FRIDAY, NOV. 6, 1909.
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SUNDAY, November 7, 1:3Q p.m.
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Manager Oitcll. of the Associated
garage, reports the sale of two Kissel
cars, oue to J. 11. Coney of Lihuo,
Kauai, nlid thq other to J. K. Kula of
Koloa, Kauai. Theso machines arc
used extensively on tho other inlands
of tho group besides on Oahu.
Tho storage batteries aro Rood for
a fifty mile run, nnd tho driver can
seo at a glance how r.inch "julco" Is
left, and. can ho In no danger of being
left stalled somewhero an ay In tha
Tha batteries aro divided, and half
are In front of tho car; and tho rest
In the rear. Tills arrangement dis
tributes tho weight of tho batteries
evenly, and makci tho car rliiu easily.
Tho Ilakir has been purchased by a
prominent business man, who has
made n present of the machine to his
wife; tho pilco paid Was .S,00O.
The Associated garage pcoplo aro
making preparations for tho run on
tho Hudson Twenty car which Is soon
to arrive now. A shipment of Chalmers-Detroit
machines will nrrlvo
about the samo time, and then thinks
will be very busy at the Associated.
Diamond tlrc3 aro very popular In
Honolulu, nnd more and more of thorn
aro being sold every day. Manager
Jlodgo of tho von Hamm Young gar
ogo sa)e that tho Dlnmopd tires hnvo
biirprlsod him, and that tho salo of
them has been phenomenal.
J. W. Kershner the auto tiro repair
er, who hangs out on Alakon btrcet
lsrdolng good work in his lino and Is
kept busy most of tho time.
Tho largest steam' cngino In Mich
igan was tinned on for tho first tlmo
at a -power houso banqucnt In Detroit,
when President II, D. Joy ofllclally un
loosed 4,000 horsupbwdr of steam nn'd
connected the electric switch which
fet tho wheels of tho Pacltnrd Motor
Car Compan's plant turning under
tho new poner.
f After the new cngino had settled
down to work about thirty executives
of tho Packard company tho Instnlllug
engineers and tho Packard engineers
cat down to a tablo spread In tho eni
glno room, discussed the now power
plant and swapped stories about tho
rapid growth of tho Packard factory,
which has necessitated n, wonderful
doolonmcnt of tho nowcr nlant until
today tho throo engines' In Borvlco do-
velop 0,000 horsopowei.
Thoro is a nfght force of nearly
1,000 men now working at tho Pack-
Here IS a Story showing how the prohibition law
works in the State of Georgia:
Two prominent New York motorists rode into the
'clry" town of Savannah last summer. They were pretty
thirsty and wanted something to drink. Stopping their
machine they hailed a policeman and asked him
where they might' get a glass of beer. The representative
of the law conducted .them down the street and halted
them in front of an imposing church edifice. ".Great
goodness!" one of the motorists exclaimed "You don't
mean to say that we can get a drink here."
" No," said the policeman, "but you can anywhere
else in town."
The worst enemies of Temperance are the Prohibi
tion Cranks. Because it is human nature for a man to
crave that which is denied him. And, further, prohibi
tion is an attempt to deprive men of what they believe is
an inherent right.
In Germany, where beer is a family beverage, over
indulgence is almost uji known. There they use a very
mild beer with almost identically the same percentage" of
alcohol as is in Primo beer;' and the German poople'arc
omD of the sturdiest nations today.
You will be healthier and stronger if you drink
GMtGmt to T ifi iVA.! Ui
The J3eer That's J3reved
fm TorBuit The Climate
nrd factory, so, when tho steam was
turned Into tha now tngluo and tho
older one cut out, 1 was noccssary for
tho untried monstor to Immediately
tako up tho entire load. Tho engine
is n Cooper compound of tlio Corliss
tj po, direct connected with a Western
Electric gonorntor, Tho bor of tho
low pressure c) Under Is bK ftet.
After the dinner a seiles of lantern
slides wero illuplajeil, showing tho
giowth of tho factory from Us lncop
tlun to IIb present state. Tho fatuirj
now comprises 2t acies of lloor spaco
lu operation, with four acres undor
consideration. Tliero aro 5,2(10 em
ployes. At tho head of tho tablo was Piosl
dent Joy nnd at hltj tight and loft fien
tial Manager S. 1. Wuldon and Man-
ufactuilng X'.anageri C- J. Moore. Tho
f reel of tho party comprised IV V. Van
Tujl, contulthig cnelncci; P. C. Mon
I roe, Installing engineer; II. A. Hoig-
land, electrical Installing englneor;
l'red AVIllins, chief engineer of tho
Packard power plant; tho assistant
engineers nud tho executives of tho
Packard Motor Car Company,
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