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LOCAL AND G0A8T
Dr. T. . Trnmlwi 11 fnr inun vpnrs
,1 practicing phj slclan of New' York
'City, Is In San Francisco, hnvlng made
tliu trip from tlio metropolis across
the coiittnont In his Utilck 40 touring
cnr. Thoj.locior lias long been a lini so
fnnclor ami lias constantly maintained
n stable of four thorough bro Is until
lie wnSAlolQiitly seized u Itli ttio auto
mobile mania of a most malignant
1 character.. Sq virulent and progressive
Was the form' of the illienso that Its
imaged were stajed only by the
tiL-ntinoi,it, ifiVl'O 1-iBt resort, and the
J.mplovmSnt of Ihls heroic methoil soon
' found tlio doctor well and happy and
t en route to ttic Pacific Coast In his
I lliilck 40 touring car
' Leaving tfe.vt York on Juno 14th and
H nccompaillcd b Mrs. Trcadwoll and
her hroticr..Dt Troadvvell steered up
the west, side of tlio Hudson and to-
h ward tho Catsklll mountains. Eric, Pa.,
was tlin.ntU.. objective point, after
i which short stops wcro made at Ash
labula, pieqand and Toledo, Ohio.
Thrco'eeWwcro spent In Ciuciihu,
St. I.ouls furnUhcd nniiisenient for the
tourists tor a period of onu month, and
nt Denver a stop of three weeks was
Favored by remarkably lino weaHi-'1"1"'
i or for this time of tho year, the third "ompany liao hold lively utscus
1 tent).foiirdiour nutomobllu nice of w's with the visiting experts, thus
'tho season started at tho Urjghtou' presenting nil features of car design,
' licach tracli atS o'clock this evening, construction and maintenance from.
with nine care competing, sas an i:.v many points of lew.
change. I The experiences of the mechanical
Tlio startlmt gun was fired by Dr. 'men In taking care of tho Packard
Frederick. A. Cook. He was accom- cars. In cities from one end of the
panted in tho run from Now York by
C. 1 Wsckoff mid a party of other,
vromlnojit automoblllsts 'The cars
faced tlte line when Dr. Cook gave the
Through somo misunderstanding, the
break was a 'decidedly tagged one.
i' The tw4 Ilu'cka and the Palmer Sing
iper dartbd In advance of the others,
(but realizing tho mistake halted, In
J t tending 'to turn. At thai Instant the
ft shot raug out and they Btarteil again.
?JTho two Loiters and tlio Matheson
liwcro bIoav to gaLundcr way, and some
' of tho rhnlSj.woro rounding inti
1 back ctfotch before they'movqd i
immediately after giving tho start
ing signal, Dr. Cook was escorted from
tho courso to (lie oftlclal Btntnl. He
also spent a few minutes In the club
house section received for him before
leaving for New York: At the end of
nu hour Chen role t was credited with
fts-clx miles, one In excess of tho
previous record, und his team mate,
l.'urnnin. with tho No. C Ilulck, wns
also ghcntliat mark, although ho
lalled to cross' tho lino for a few sec
onds after Chcwolet. About 12:30
n.lfW1s llin I)4lniniQlni.A. nni. In.t n
lj v.'heel whllo rounding Into tho homo
stretch turn! and It i oiled through the
I, outer fence, striking1 a woman, be
lieved to bo Miss Alice ltoborts or
jjt It was later announced, 'at the hos-'
pltal tent In tho Inllcld that Miss Hob-
Cits had tptnhicd a broken collarbone
when struck b'j tlicswheel of tho Pal-
inor-Slnger." f '
Utilck No. B led at tho end of tho
fifth hour,iMlih(2C7 mlks, tho former
Ucord bonig 2C7 miles, mado by
8traug and llaslo with the llonault n
year ago. Ivukr No. 3 and Dulck No.,
L'":;; 11 AA. 12.11- "BOHEMIAN"!
VfsBl' Act. jHKra j'T M- m 1
Ul SERIAL ffo. 6768-A. Kl HI 'All 'nf.itlt it Bofc sW s& jll' 'iv -?B BPrl' SL ' ' ' W
; Ldtf Wm s&& ' oDRHia beer
sMfflalf mm2vjm Full matured and GUARANTEED. None sp Vhdlesome, Rich in Body, ,M
aDa"sSf IESy33l Delicious in Flavor. Brewed of. the .finest Hops' an4r Malt, and bpt'tled. orilyat "
KBElij FtaTsd i' trie .Brewery in St. Louis. American Bnewory, St. Lmals, U.S.A. 'M '
i QHhL ranSlTi. 6te Prom W. C. PEAdOCK & ChM Ltd., Honolulu, Hawaii, jl .
B were tied for second place with 2C2
irllcs to their credit. The scores of
ether cars wcro: Ranter, 'No. 8, 261
miles; I.ozler, No 4, 57 miles; Mathc
son, !3! miles; Marlon, 232 miles; Ra
tler No. 9. 210 miles; and Palmer
Singer, 222 miles.
Superintendents of the mechanical
depirtmcnts of Packard dealers
throughout, the couivtry have been
visiting the factory of the Packard
Motor Car-Company, Detroit, for the
Meetings have been held, dally, at
which all mechanical fcatures"of the
Packard 1910 cars have been dis
cussed, as well as the general con
duct of Packard repair work and
shop sen Ice for owners. The vis
itors, also, have spent much time In
the factory, 'stud) lng Packnrd meth
ods of cqn'structlon and the actual
manufacture pt the new modHs.
There has been road work In new
cars, and the social sldo of the con
vention 'has taken the form of drives
into the country and from and chick
en dinners seasoned with shop talk.
At sonic of the meetings the ex
ecutive ongln6crlng, factory, sale3
technical heads' of the Packard
I country to tho other, have -brought
out many-mutually profitable nolntc.
in'fact the meetings have been so
notably successful that Uiey will
probably be made nnnual attalrs.
Most of tho Packard dealers' su
perlntendeiits were taught their
business In the Packard factory.
This early tutelage and their later
experience is supplemented by con
tlnuous effort to Improve every fcak
til re of the service departments of
the Packnrd Company and nil Pack'
It Is one of the most Important
parts of tho Packard policy (to give
cfllclcnt service io owners every
No annual nutomotjlte announce'
ment Is awaited with a greater de
gree of interest than that of the Ca
dillac Motor Compnny,
The CAdlllac plans and policies
have exerted in the past a pronounc
ed Influence upon the trade and the
public alike; and tho program an
nounced a jcar ago, In particular,
was instrumental In shaping tho des
tiny of the ontlro Industry,
Tho J910 ptoduct which recently
reached tho final stages of Its dis
tribution, has represented the most
lemnrkable manufacturing achieve
ment ever recorded In tho automo
bile business; and for that reason
If no other, extraordinary Interest
attaches to tho plans of the Cadil
lac Company for 1910 which have
Just, been made public.
Tho unusual character of tho 1910
offe'rlnc can best be expressed -by
citing direct from tho announcement
othe Cadillac Companyrwhlch ap-'
A;A m St. Louis i
pears elsewhere In this Issue, and
which sajs: ' r
"The 1910 Cadillac foretells the
end of the era of high prices for tho
tho finest cars,"
Tho new .Cadillac Thirty It wll
real lis Its present nnmo In spite, of
the fact that the horsepower hns
been Increased Incorporates larger
engine; Inrger wheel base; larger
wheels: larecr tonneau: more Dow
er; increased efficiency; Inrger tires;
more room; two new tgultlon sjs
tcms and greater hill climbing abil
ity. In the Judgment of the Cadillac
Company their new model Is a far
greater achievement than the Camil
las Thirty of 1909,, and they say:
"This new, Cadillac Thirty breaks
down.' the last slight barrier that
separated the car from those1 of high
Tho cylinder bore of tho 1910 en
gine Is one-fourth Inch greater than
in the 1909 model, the dimensions
now being) bore 4',i inches; Btroke
4 i Inches.
The engine, with Its increased size
will embody the sanio magnificent
standardized construction which
brought to this country and to the
Cadillac Company the greatest trib
ute ever awarded to American auto
mobile manuafcturers the famous
Dew'ar Trophy awarded nt London,
The Increase In the power of a car
so perfectly standardized as the Ca
dillac Thirty naturally means much
more than it would If friction weie
not already reduced through (ills
standardization to an absolute min
imum; and( Cadillac owners foi the.
turning j ear can count upon superu
efficiency In this respect both on tho
straight-way and In any hill climb
ing service that may bo demanded
from' the car.
An announcement that will inter
est Immensely every motorist la the
statement of the Cadillac Company
mat in ine uauinac Thirty Tor 1910
It Is possible for the-first tlnje In the
development of ignition s stems to
start tin motor from the scat, on
the magneto.'' The now cnr Incor
porates twq ignition h stems' which
are absolutely separate and indepen
dent and 'each complete in itself .
lthor, without tho aid of the oth
er, Is sufficient for starting and op
erating the car.
How much this vital advancement
means In comfort to tho owner, ev
ery motorist will appreciate.
It is promised that the .Cadillac
1910 will ride much more enslly
than the 1909 car. This effect Is
produced by three changes In the
'construction lengthening -the wheel
base to 110 Inches, and accordingly
lengthening the suspension' between
the a'xlfcs by four Inches; Increas
ing the slzj of the wheels fronfJS
to 34 Inches; rind Increasing" tho
tires from 32x3 tt inches to 34x4
One of 'the features of the 1909
CAdlllac which contributed not a lit
tle to Its widespread popularity, was
the fact that there was nothing
stinted in Its size or appearance. It
wns and Is a fine roomy car, with
one'of the ear marks common to the
usual car offered at an approximate
Nevertheless .the 1910 Cadillac 30
represents n marked' n'dva'hce ihjthis
respect. The tonneau will be much
nioro roomy; and the clitlic effect
much nioro generous nnd Impressive, j motor car to cioss tho great Austrnl
Tho Cadillac Conipaliy reports thb larf continent under Jta own'pWor,
demands for Ihe' 1910 Cadlilnc'as'bo- and the only one. Inasmuch as two
Jng,. more than doube,,tho volumo
xfemanded nt this time last jehr,
and it will bo recalled that tho vo
lume, of business twelve months ago
established a 'new sales record In the
Sixty (lavs after the original 1909
announcement wns mado, every car
which the Cadillac Company work
ing "double shifts," night and day
could build In a car, was sold.
Had It been possible to build 20,
00 cars for 1909, the public would
hnve absorbed them.
The mere announcement, there
fore, that the demand today Is twlco
as great as It was a ear ago, con
vcjb an Illuminating Idea of the po
pularity which tho product of the
Cadillac Company Is enjoving.
Tho 1909 Cadillac will bo sold
complete with an equipment of
three oil tamps, two gas lamps an t
generator, horn, magneto, Inrger
wheels and tires, larger tonneau, In
crease comfort, 'for $1,0000.00;
and the additional equipment alone
moro than .equals the advancement
In price over 1909.
every possible sort of road condition
Is encountered between the two
It wns tho ambition of Mr. Har
nett to go through!) without n stop
of any kind, save 'for purposes as
Imperative a, the -digestion of a
necessary amount of food, and this
was accomplished to jibsnlute perfec
t'on. "Actual:," Bald i Mr. Harnett at
Louisville, .r'how tliftt It Is over1, I
(xpcrlc'nco a reeling of disappoint
ing t. I thought It would bo a not
able performance l( we really mulo
the 42i 1-2 mites without n mo
incut's halt or h He'll uf any kind;
but It was' done io'caslly that I
didn't feel as though I had accomp
lished, an thing extrh'ordlnnr,)' at all.
In other words, with the new ci"
working so magnificently, I couldn't
have (lone anything less, excepting
through1' sheer 'cnrefvViness' and bat
The behavior of tho'car Is of In
terest In view1 of tile fact that It Is
the fust of the net 1910' models.
Ml th Jargcr efiglne," more power,
longer wheel bnso imd an accentun
lion of lastear's good points all
along the line, la bo put to suih r.
' Tho enso 'hnd dvenness of the
iourney rcallj' deprives m6 o' some
thing to say," said Mr. Harnett. AH
1 can j report Is that'1 In tho tvventv
two and ono' half hours' to took us
to cover the 421 1-2 miles between
Detroit and Louisville there wcro
not sixty seconds of , uncertainly,
hesitation, delay, woirlment or men
tal strain. .
"We were happy every minute or
the time, no matter what sort of
road the car wns negotiating. Tho
1910 Cadllac is puro gold. Kvery
vlrtuoM'osscssed by last year's mod
el Is enhanced and emphasized. 1
urn delighted bejond mcasuie."
Another achievement has been
I'ddcd to Cadillac, performances in
tho recent accomplishment of this
car b) a feat man) ttlmcs attempted,
'but ending in fullijre each time.
A Cadillac Thlity has recently
made the Journey from Sidney, on
the southern const, of Australia, to
Noihiantan, on the, Otilf of Cnrpen'
tfirlfl fin thn IKi. Hi lialnir Mn'f(rut
other ,cais were cosajed to.niakc.tho,
trip with tho Cadillac wcro forced
to abandon It.
Practically every foot nf the- 2,
000 miles was through sand, Bcrub,
brush, rocks nnd desert, with no
nearer-approach to n road than a
lough foot trail. At times It was
ncfcBsarj to climb grades which rose
one foot In three nnd n half, with
tho wheel nnklc-dcep In sand.
That crossing Australia Is quite,
different from a run across tho
American continent is shown by tho
fnct that for five dns on end the oc
cupants of the car saw no whtto
man. The blacks who encountered
the car or got a glimpse v( It lied
In mortal terror no such sight had
ever heforo been thrust bcfoie their
sturtlcd e)es. .
Notwithstanding the almost Im
possible going tho absence of road
and merest tinll over many long
stretches but ono puncturo oc
curred during tho cntlro 2,000 miles
nnd the only other troublo was n
broken spring tho result of a drop
Into n six-foot gutter while tho car
wns traveling 30 miles an hour.
Ono of the new 1910 Cadillac
Thlrtvs made a rcmnrkublo trip re
cently, sajs nn exchange, negotiat
ing the llstapco between Detroit
ond LouUvflle, k, In 22 1-2 hours.
Much of tho piestlgc enjojed by
the Cadillac 30 In I.oulsvlllo nnd vi
cinity during tho 1909 tenson was
duo to the ttpleldld showing nlnde a
jear ngo by the Louisville Cndlllnc
Representative, Ira S. Harnett, when
he drove his demonstrating cnr over
tlio sanii roniK
Hecord-b-caking tlmo and nn
amazing 'immunity from delay anil
trouble 'so enthused tho parly or
five who made tho trip; nnd so
much attention wns nccorded the
achievement by the Loulsvlllo news
papers, that a great amount of In
terest wns excited In the new car,
and Mr. Harnett promptly "declared
that he would make tho trip an
annual event thereafter. '
In .pursuancif of this "pln Mr.
lluuatt went to the Cadillac plant,
down fiom that city to Toledo, null
started In a drizzling rain nt seven
o'clock Wednesday morning, Sept,
22, upon tho eventful Journey with
his fiew 1910 Cadillac,' Thirty.
Agnln a party of flvo put tlio car
through its paces, tho passengers
Including two Louisville newspaper
men find a reprcsoutattvo ot'tho To
Hard and Well
Jiff Jeffries is working hard for
Johnson, nlnko no mlstuke about
that. When ho nrriveif fioin Cali
fornia nftcr ho had decided to tuko
up the white man's cause, ho was
fnt nnd dimpled, b.iss n Nw v,.ri.
exchnnge. Those dimples have dis
appeared entirely. Thoro has como
n great change In Jeffries' plivslcnl
make-up. There Is n suggestion
now of tho hollows Hint mado his a
great strong' ffghtlng face in the old
iiarunii springs das. Jeff is n
tremendous worker at all times.
Ho -never shirked his training la
bors, and no mnn has over been
nblo to follow him along tho moun
tain trnlls. Thcj'd miss him nt
times In Harbin nftcr tho night
men!. Jeff had slipped Into the old
barn by n back door and thoro tlicy
' "', . '""' ,"'?"y ,n,id many n timo
"THX ILEVATOIt TO SUCpESS IS STILL nUNNINQ
DON'T TAKE THE STAI11S!"
"The U. S. Deut. of Agriculture lias made the statement
that since California Eucalyptus Rrowcn roust, in the main,
supply' the future' hardwoctl which the United States will be
ahle to obtain, it would pay the owneru of the best orclmnU
and vineyards in the state today to uproot their fruit trees
and fjmpe vines and plant all their best lands to blue gum, red
. .... .sj .it.. tu.Ains nf nntiAltTfilitll "
m and other spscics
i Tranclsco "Call."
gum, sugar eu
-Wt will Mil th land lltlotrlV.afrManJ up t
tlviw .M c.r lor th, lr, .mil no lutll-r .Itnilon
Call nJ our txhlMi-furnlluit lojl nirJIti, wajonfaiH, nooiliK. folla'wi o(Jl, tic, or rll
tor further particular and Uooku
C. Herbert Diamond,
SpeiM Agent MURHIETA EUCALYPTUS CO of Lo3 Angeles.
,KUUM 300 JUJJi ilUUiUittU,
New Line of
Lace and SilR
' Nuuanu Street.
aftor dnr tugging might nnd main
nt his henvy leather bag. Ho lll.cU
work, and, best of all. ho lll.cd to bo
lu tho best possible ehnpe. ,
Jeff In condition was Invincible,
nnd no ono Knew it better than J.
d. J. And nil that old enthusiasm
characterizes tho worl. ho Is doing
dnlly at Coopei'b gym In this city.
He never inline n moinlng and he
never mlnjed the hour or so of fast
worl; behind the uencs of every
theater ho has worked In slnco the
day ho stinted In tho WJsw.un at
Ban Francisco. Jcffiles looks good.
It Is luiril to think ho may ;not lie
the Fame old gllzrlj of the pilza
ring. A lot of tho black shaggy
hair that unco graied hH massive
head litis dlrappealed. Ufi Isn't
vvnsplsli nbout tho waist as ho once I
was, hut otherwise ihcro fcciuh io
bo lit t Io change, and It b fcnfc to
predict that after three months of
right smart "work Jeff will look as
louiildiblo as over ho did. Hut
the wind jen, bo! Tho wind!
If Jim Jeffries Is hent hurtling In
tho floor b) tho liliuk demon, It will
be because Jeff blew up. They nil
look great when thej try to como
bnck. Hut the wind wasn't there.
Jeff didn't lime .uiy too much of It
when wo saw him work nt lllaucv'n
on his nirlvnl from tho coast.
Tommy Hums becnis to bo perma
nently tcttled In Aiutmlln, and if
lie persists In his latest recre.itlnn
of horso luting, will piobably llml
himself up ngalnst it liefoie long.
N'o.ih Urucso mado hln debut ns a
raco horso owner about llireo weeks
ngo, and hjs colors, "red and vvhlto
stilpes," nulled by a hoiso named
Slilddo, wns -3 for sure, mid run
last .In the laco. '
Tommy Is uso onguged. lu tho
moving picture biuIucBs mid hccms
td huvo dono well outsldo of tho
light game, lie fs uiing n 11 1 1 Io hot
air again, nnd has cubled Johnsun
nsl.lng for u iclutn m.itch, hut en
far has not lecelved u icply, al
thniigh ho offered to light "wlnuei
tnko all "
(lunner Molr, tho Kugllsh henv)-
w eight, who Is going to Australia
with llnikciibchmldt, tho vviestler,
will be miitched against Hill Iing,
tho new Austnilliiu chnmiilnii
(iiitch wns tmppuHcd to visit the
Antipodes mid wrestle tho "Husshn
Ltun," but nt tho last minute lie
tuincd tho piopoaltlon down.'
Hill Siiilics, who wiis defeated by
Wll Uing, hns icfurucd to his wheat
farm, whoro Jio ias a lent good
thug In Klght. llo Is a lcvol-hcndcl
fellow und n good farniei ; his bo'c
Ing contests uro only side Issucb niiif
iimlei taken ninio or less for n lovo
of tho game,
II It 11 .
Two killed In Auto. Sun Illoso
Oct. 10. Whllo loturniii'; from It.i
uoiu carlj this iiunnlug Clarenca n
Hunt, n well known local nutoniolillo
man, and l)r, IMward Orovo of tlili
city met doairrwlion tho niilomnblic
.Ju which 'tin') wcro tldlhg turiuM
initio on tlio Muscy giado,
Mnrch 0, 1009 )
! rf . I"'' " pamntt If ilt'trM), cu
I, rr pi lJi. I'w "J "" TJ i'
asked lo'see them
Who has taste and wish
cs to buy a perfect
home In the beautiful
residence district of
Makiki. We have a
v.'liieh cost to build
$16,000, and the land
nlonc ha vine a value
of S5,000.s The owner
will sell and is willing
tto saeiificc the place
. for . , $15,000.00
A lovely buncnlow: 6
rooms. lot 100x150. 4,700.00
A home en Kapiolani St.
, 8 rooms. Lot 75x125. 3,700.00
lot near car line 800.00
A C-room bungalow. lot
176x480, near Waia
lae Hoad 1,550.00
Six-room cottage; newly
and repaired; lot 50x
Seven -room cottane, on
lot 75x140 ...'...... 1,600.00
Seven-room house, on lot
planted with fruit
trees; everything in
apple-pic order. lot
50x150. A bargain. . 2,750.00
A Bargain ,
On Fort St. A six-room
Don't put off until to
mouow what you
should do today. To
mono w never comes,
Good times are com-
1,11s: to Hawaii, and
what aie barcains, to
day will not be avail
able tomorrow. We
have over 300 proper
ties listed. Call and
see us about them.
Phono 152. '82 King St.
A. V. OEAH. MANAGER.,
VO- OIULETIN ARH PAY
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