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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, January 31, 1910, 3:30 EDITION, Page 6, Image 6',
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KVKNINU IIUIXKTIN, HONOLULU: T. II.. MONDAY. .IAN. 3), l!)tO.
TF laws were passed requiring that every motor-car must
be equipped with a braking system, as strong1 as the
PREMIER'S, serious motor accidents w oul I probably be im
mensely reduced in number and in dan age done.
The PREMIER has the greatest smoun!; of effective
braking-surface of any car in America, 526 sq. inches. This
means that it can be absolutely relied upon to respond most
promptly and most effectively at aU tiirea.' It is also an
of ten-demonstrated fact that the PREMIE R braking system
remains in perfect working condition for Ihe longest possible
period of time.
The same extraordinary care is carried out in every feature
-axles, frame, steering-gears, bearingsto the minutest detail.
TN short, while the general motor-car practice is to build
for normal service requirements, leaving trie responsi
bility of emergencies up to the owner the PREMIER prac
tice is to anticipate all service requirements and to provide
the most effective safeguards against every emergency a
motor-car may meet.
As a result, in the important reliability contests in which
it has been entered, the PREMIER has made a record absol-
utely unequaled by any other car. Added to this, the
PREMIER reputation for dependability and all-round effici
ency in private use, is .one which has established it as the
first American car, regardless of any question of price.
Two of these cars a 4-40 and a 6-60 arrived by the Alameda. Come
and sec them and arrange for a demonstration. They are the first auto
mobiles in Ihe Islands with both make and break and jump spark ignition.
The Associated Garage, Ltd.
$4, $4.50, $5
t . . . . .
All the Latest
Shapes and Styles
L. B. Kerr
fc Co., Ltd.
WASHINGTON IN DIAMONDS IN PAVEMENT
AND QUARANTINED! IGNORED ON BROADWAY
(Continued from l'agc 1.)
world cruise. She carries all torts
of supplies for tlio licet. 'Tim vessel
conies here us t ho advance guard ol
llio lg cruisers which aio oxpectcd
lu show tlii'lr belching funnels off
llm port about four o'clock this aft
ernoon. The Washington belongs to the
first dlvl'slou of tlw raclfic licet. Sho
Is'ln commnuil of Captain L'hnilca
Hbdgeis. If upon Investigation the
sickness ahonnl the Washington
piovcs not set Inns or lnfudli.'.iJ, the
cssel will be allowed lo eu.uo Inside
nnii take her place at one of the
wharves. The Federal quarantine of
ficers hail nrt 1 plumed at an early
hour this uftornnn i.
It Is presumed that the (Under
wilt loutlnun the v.iyago to thu Cal
ifornia toast with (l'.o illg'lClclit. Sho
still icnialned ctsldo at one o'clock
today. The vessof U In command or
l.lciilciiiint C. I'. Huff. '
The Tcnucsreo tho lliiKrhtp of l!ftr
Adinlial Uriel Sebrce, will piobably
be iipslgned lo the Walklkl side of
thn new Alnlu'.i-stioet wharf, nccoid
Ing lo the present arrangement he
twem Ho.ir-Adnilrul Tleo3 and the
local haiboi' authorities.
The Maryland Ih expected to go
to the llackfeld wharf after sho
lompletej tuMng rn her supply of
coal. The ii'lmy vrrsols will bo as
signed lo nvnlbiblc beiths In the
bin her is tlicv finish coaling at the
The crullers hnuld be, nt the port
between our anil sW o'clock, this
evening, nconllng In wlicless mos
ques received at Ih? local naval sta
Minn this morning.
The Washington 1ms been tnken lo
the qinrnntlne wharf, wherp the
cruiser Pin"ln" until the authorities
are sntlslled Hint the proscribed pe
i'ojI of dPte'iM'i'i hns heen rerved.
I The officers uiHlytieii "' ,,in Washing-
Milt mitt, iim't'iiy uiiuripiiiil iUllluu-
tlno on bo ird that vessel for n period
of about nine dnvs. As fourteen
days Ik the prescribed limit, It may
lip tnlPn ns nulto possible lint Hip
Washington's men will bo granted I
at least 11 day or so of shore llbeity
Crowds Wall; on Glittering Crescent
Worth 51000 Fcv Two Days Be
fore it Is I'cmi Owner FaiU
That 11 cllt.erliig diamond descent
wmth Jl.uot) uiuld lie two das un
dlscrvercd In a crevlco of the side
walk on one of tlio buslcss blocks of
Hioadway scents Incredible, yet such
was the cafu with tlio ciebcctit Mrs.
J. M. I'ltzgerald lost, bay the.
Is still In the possession of the cuih
ler of Corhnm's, into whoso hands It
was ilcliiciPd.for safekeeping by the
fliuler. although tho Jewelry was
picked up moie than u week ago.
A woman whom the. cashier has
no leason to doubt was Mrs. 1'MU
gernld appeared In response o a
pubilshed udeitlsemont and ncciir
ately desctllicd the valuable, Tho
cashier wanted to bo sure beyond
tho shadow of a doubt that the wo
man was Mrs. Fitzgerald, bo ho sug
gested that sho bring some proofs of
her Identity, or some one who knew
her. That was on Jan. C. ' Since
then thoie ha,s ijeon no rcipparauco
of tho claimant.
Mis. I'ltzgernld lives at No. 110
Cent i nl Park West. On Now Year's
Kvo bIio yrcue the crcscout at tho
Hotel Asfur iind whllo going out
mlsscil It. Tho loss was reported K
the hotel clerk. Search was niiiile .n
the eoiiidors, the elevators and'
wherever theio was a nook Into which
the diamonds might have slipped. '
11 was not until Jan. tf win many
huurs old that l'rof. Jacobus of Ste
eiis Instltulo dlscoveied It In 11
cietc of the pavement.
-The piofessor was at a loss what
to do with tho diamonds. Finally
ho thought of his friend tho cashier
at (ioi hum's.
"You take charge of this," ho said.
The cashier was prompt to tiuort
his advertisement. Kffoits were tntirto
lo 1 each Jlln,' FliXgorald yesterday,
but It wns tald sho was not at home,
Hotel Visitor Aie there nn.v deer
(illlle Well, there wis vi inn
the geiitlemeii weie eve lmnl"' nix
shniitlu' at it, and I'm thlukln' I'
left the ileeslrlcl, Piiiieh,
Tho Tutkl.h gnternment Is pio-
pared lu auiul u Tuiklsh uimy lulu
Crete. .. i:
The grir girl lit th't window saw
Jier lover coming up tho steps saw
hl.u clliir saw htm camion kor-fllp-I'liU
hick to the tUth below.
tlpties!'' hhe cried, tinning
pa'. '"Irn'.lo hs frrxloil his np
pionch!" i in. 1 11
Haven't wp a Imrotii of Anitilc:ui
tinulilli'7 And Isn't It cnnldee'l
rcni lunrel-.po Ans '" lcop Hie hu
lean lu nnlorT
Naval olllcnrs who eviuled I ho 1 Id
Inn I cat may have q do n dmililn
PELLETS OF DEATH AND
ANGELS OF COMMERCE
(Continued fiom l'ago 1.)
(htiuge, acioidlng to icpnrt brought
down f 1 (Jin thu Coast. Second Of
liter Hotkholm was traiistcried to
tho Central AuicrUau liner Panama,
and us ho now weuis tho stripes of
11 II rat ulllcur on this vcttcl, his leav
ing the Slbeila U nothing inoro than
a promotion. Tho Siberia's now sec
ond mate is Mr, Tlbbctts, who has
been with tho Pacific Mall for a
number of jours and Is well liked
by his bhlp mates.
There, ale fifteen missionaries on
loaid, proccidlng In various stations
throughout tho Kast..
The vcsicl la earning a small
amount of bullion mid specie for
Hongkong banks. Including 235 bare
Mr. and Mrs. Francis (Jay 1110 back
fiom an extended visit to tho main
land, They' will toon take bteamor
fur their Maul homo.
J, A. Kennedy, general manager
of Ihe. Inter-Island Steam Navigation
Company, has returned from a busi
ness trip tu tho Coast.
A. It. (lurrcy, tho Insuianco man,
was also a passenger on the Siberia,
having completed n business tour of
the States. v
Constructing I'nglucer V, 11. ltlch
nrdeou was among tho tirrlvalu by
The Siberia calls lit Manila on' the
outwtiid tilp and tho esxnl in 1011
scquencQ Is taking a tcoro or moie
Philippine Insular government em
ploy's lo America's faithest outpost,
and to a return to duty. In tho party
are a number of employes of thu Hu
lean of IMucatlun, who aio lejtmn-
llig after having spent au extended
meat Ion oirthe mainland.
Mrs. Charles I. Swift, who pro
ceeds by Ihe Blherlii lo Manila, I
tho wlTo of tho pioiulucut capitalist
if that name win was Instrumental
la tho (iiiistiitetlon of the big clcv
ttlc railway and light system fur tho
city cf Manila. Sho will Join her
hiibband lit the Philippine capital. -
Commander Chester M, ICuupper of
Ihe navy will Join Lis coniiu'iml at
Calte or Olung.ipo nival station,
.NOXHER JAB AT M0TI7ES.
"Aio we slaves nr uro we fieo
men?" thundered tho orator. "I
paiifo fur n reply. '
'Srmo 1 f us tire niarrlod." enmo
Hi" pnfvor fiom the last low of
teals, New York Sun.
"Tho Reason Is hero when many 11
family man would like In swap bin
big iiulomoblle for n r.ran!l coal yard
WHITNEY & MARSH, Ltd
.. .. 1
, GREAT SALE
will begin on
TUESDAY NEXT, FEB. 1st,
vhen wc will offer our entire stock 0! LADIES' WHITE
tv.U BLACK SKIRTS, in SILK nnd VOILE, at
Greatly Reduced Prices
Sec Window Displays
That our sodas are the best to be had ln'the city, it
i because yoa" have never tried them.. A trial case will
convince you that in the icnnufacture of oda water we
are in t class bv ourselvss.
Consolidated Soda Water WorKs Co., Ltd.
JOHN SCIII.IEl'F, Manager. Telephone 71.
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