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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, February 02, 1910, 3:30 EDITION, Page 10, Image 10',
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TF laws were passed requiring that every motor-car must
be equipped with a braking system as str,ong as the
PREMIER'S, serious motor accidents woull probably be im
mensely reduced in number and in darrage done.
The PREMIER has the greatest amount 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 all times. It is also an
often-demonstrated fact that the PREMIER braking system
remains in perfect working condition for the longest possible
period of time.
The same extraordinary care is carried out in every feature
-axles, frame, steering-gears, bearingsto the minutest detail.
IN short, while the general motor-car practice is to Jraild
for normal service requirements, leaving the 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 6-6o arrived by the Alameda. Come
and see them and arrange for a demonstration. They arc the first auto
mobiles in the Islands with both make and break and jump spark ignition.
The Associated Garage, Ltd,
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FORT SHAFTER NEWS !
a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a :.a a a a a a a a a a a a :: a a a a
I tlio old ball grounds In rear of the
An order has liven published to
send tlireo men for cooks and one
man for bnUor to take a four-month
course of Instruction nt the school
for cooks mid bakers at Presidio of
San Kranclsco, Cal.
Review and Master.
The usual monthly relcw and
muster was held at Port Shatter,
January 31. The non-commlssloncd
staff was mustered at Headquarters.
Pieccdlcs the ret lew, the ceremony
of escort to the color ttas hold.
Thero was no Inspection of quarters.
The quarters ttcre lio'ltcd for In
spection, hut after trio review and
muster tho commanding ofllccr or
dered that thero would ho no In
spection of quarters.
Nearly all tho forty recruits who
came on the transport Thomas a few
weeks ago hate been turned to duty.
Cook Doloun, Company 0, SOth
Infantry, broko one of his tfiumbs
Monday plajlng ball and Is marked
quarters, and Vilvito Castloman,
Company Q, Is Acting cook and will
continue to do so until Cook lioloun
recovers. " '
New Ball Team.
The battullnn wai turned out for
general fatigue Tuesday to repair noon, January 31.
ndmltilitintlcn building. Tho cntlro
day va3 spent on tho grounds and
tho diamond Is now In very good
condition. There have been sever
al men pinctlslng ball and a team
will bo organized soon. Tort Shat
ter has had somo good teams In the
past, and this J car they expect to
liao ceu n stronger team.
Piltnto Mcrwnr, Company 0, ?Otu
Infantry, will ride a decorated bl
cjclo In the lilcjclo division of tho
I'lornl Parade, Tibruary 22.
Prltate Wallace, Companj P, 20Ui
Infantry, who has been headquar
ter clerk for several months, has
been rollaved and Corporal Ilaum
Kurt, Company K, 20th Infantry,
lias been detailed In his stead.
The I). A. Gleo Club met Monday
night at tho hall, second floor, ad
ministration building. Tho attend
ance was good, and an Interest wan
Bhown by all. Ktcrjbody Is Invit
ed to attend the meetings, and at
all times are wolcome. Meetings
aro held etcry Monday night under
direction of Prof, rrnnk L. Leo.
The extra duty men and civilian
employes of tho quartermaster de
partment wero paid Monday niter-
DON'T 00 MUCH
rcro lotB wllh oxpcnslvo wlro fences
loquhod as ine of tho conditions of
tho lenbOj would take a hundred joars
to repay, unless the water trpwtho
proposed Kula plpo tllne. llirtocli
thcio. and this Is not ona of the mob-
abilities foi (ho uoxt hun.drtjiLyo.irt.
nt loast. Soma of tho Bovernnpmrtx
pcrts lmto valued Ihfsa i$ifattt) fltV
cents an orro, Cotton, p'UMftpli 'und,
other agricultural pioductSSvh,tohil;
not require much water ca0jililo
grown on those arid lands.
Cotton was grown by natltos In tho
tlcinlty of theso lands some for'.) or
more eus ago, Mr. J. KapohaVJmo
hown being ono of the hirgeBt niifvnt
c:s of those dajs, (and having sained
expeilonce In that Industry, tho whole
of Maul might as well tnlk alijtit
starting an Iceberg Industry In , tho
Hnnu.iula district us to talk cotton to
A little cotton plantation for experi
mental purposes Is being started nt
Uliipnlakua by Manager Angus Mc
Pheo, but this veteran cotton Planter
lated by some to do rniy to doiay tlio of Hawaii looks upon tho ontorprlso
proposed exchange of thoso tcry same bb so much wasted energy. Tho old
lands by tho government with tho women of tho district who woro em
Ulupalakaua llanch; theso people do-plojed nt tlio tlnio picking cotton nt
claro that the cost of enclosing 100-tho rate of twenty-five ccnta a day
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i WAILT1KU, Maul, January 20.
. Surtojor S. M. Kanikauul of the
Honolulu Survoy nrpartmont arrived
In Walluku .this week and left ) ester
day for Knnalo llommuln, for tho
purpose of cutting up homcsto'id lots
t over tbore needod by tho natltcs of
' that district
; Tho lots will bo between fifty and
ono hundred acres oich, mo&tftif 1ilcH
Is covered with lava Hows or over
three hundted jears old and spots
containing enrth inn) ba found be
tween fifty and a hundred feet apart.
It Is tho homo of tho cactm. Allhouiih
somo of-the Il.iwallnns of Knnulo hate
mdo applications to tho got eminent
for the oponlni; of those government
lands for homestead inn poses, jet tho
j-urposo 751 tho application Is Intern
and Qten then tho Industry did not
succeed Join In tho chorus with Mr.
Kapohnklmohowa. Such Is tho
(irejudlco of tho peoplo of llonuaula
against cottcif und they cannot under
stand how the planter of tho South
havo otcr succeeded In cotton rais
After finltlilng his work nt Kanalo,
Mr. Kanakanut will como back to Wal
luku and will most ltKoly Bpcnd an
other two weeks hero surveying tho
75 ncrca of gotcrnment lands nt
Pollpollo lispoln and Walehu, to bo
exchangod for tho nlno acres of tho
Walluku Plantation lands In Wnilu'tu
needed for a park slto and government
stables. Tho now stables havo been
completed and tho prteonsrs hato
commenced thlB.tvceV to tlenr up'tho
lands near tho Walluku ilunot. whero
tho park site and baseball ground will
bo laid out. a
nnu.croj acir pav mm
Tho taudotlllo at tho Not city has
proven a grcit attraction for tho men
of the fleet Tho dancing nn J tho Binn
ing by tho Wall Sisters In meeting
with marked approtal no also tho ef
forts of tho two huH dincers who nro
giving an exhibition of (ho old-time
hula. In addition to tho dancing and
Blnglng tlio N'otslty hub several good
AMATEURS AT ART.
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THE PARK (THEATER.
Etldently May Vultaco had won
tho hearts of tho sailor boys In far-off
Manila, for when ) alio eamo on tho
Btugo lit tho Talk i last night sho wns
J glvcn,.nn ovation. , Bobby Way, her
partner, shotted that ho was n favor
ite with tho boys of tho fleet. Tho
IMclnottc, eNters appeared In Bailor
garb and $-t leased -ttio audlcnco with
their cloror lendortiiir of patriotic
si'ngs In which thej-i woro ably nsstst
ol by th(JJ.VIorra oiihcstra. Tonight
thore wlUSbt a chu'i?;e In the pro
gram, utiStv tho liiunclilug of tlio big
"Voltalio"jttlll be I Mo feature. This
will bo ono)Od by those who havo
not seen an cpoimous' boat slldo off
tho rails I'RUd hy thoo' who have only
load of 'H.f Tralnm? built, for tho
arena will bo another ood picture
These and the tnuilcvyjo' stunts will
cuiupieiu mu uiii.
The amateurs of, Honolulu ato to
hate nn opportunity tonlpht to show
their entertaining i.oners nt tho Art
Thotlor. Tho foima of entertainment
the) will offer Is varied, but tho chief
Interest Is to bo ccntored In tho buc't
and Ailng dancing, far which a prize
of a gold watch Is to bo git en to llic
person Eccuriug tho most applause
Tho feature fiim for tonight Is "Wells
of Sing Sing"
SENATOR LODGE ON
It was n gcniilno hit, m tt'o hy Mlsi!
Eva Alva at tho lTmiilrol last nlqlit1
for sho danc'ul and did lMiidsmlngs
and cartwheels to tho quo n' tnsto,
Mr. Well was also a suoccsh, Tcplglit
thoro will lio nu addition to the prih
gram by tho Introduction, of Slgti'ir,
Hutera, a famous Italian laL'onn. 'rii9 I
plchires will bo "An Awkenpd Cnn '
7"""'" 'r'Zr. IUe Halm, to tho committee o.t o.t
edles In which "Iloniro ind liill"t"
will bo In tho limelight, "Weeing Wt
Ho" will bo given n Job, nnd "Spilng
Has Came." In nddltloji to thoso
thero will bo a storyUn rrpglo which
should win favor from tho uudlenco.
WASHINGTON, D. C, Jan. 20.
Senator I.odgo was the central fig-
uio of un animated debato jesterday
about the reauditing of a great num
ber of old postmasters' claims for
excess of salary. They aggregate
about $3,000,000 for services render
ed between 18C4 nnd 1374. Local
nttornc)s have been very nctlte In
pressing these claims, In which Mas
sachusetts people arc Interested to
the extent of several thousand dol
lars. . .
Last month a ' Senate emplojo
handed Mr. Lodgo a resolution to be
Introduced. Thb Senate adopted It
promptly and since then there have
been many others. Senator Ilradloy
brought ono In jesterday for Ken
lucky and that precipitated tho dis
cussion, Senator Lodge said he was willing
to admit ho had beqn "perhaps, cul
pably careless in not having examin
ed thi; resolution with moro care. 1
certainly should havo done so," ho
added. "I supposed It was a mor
resolution of Inquiry."
lie then had read to the Sonata n
letter received from tho sixth audi
tor, II. O. Chance,
'reaudlt of theso
claims alone would
busy foi bIx weeks
uucli leaudltlng tvas forbidden
Senator Lodgo said ho was entile
It willing to nsk that his resolu
tion bo lecoiisldored If that were
noctssary. lIo(fiivotcd rcrtrilnir nil
Dr. Isaac William Brewer, the
great American authority on tropical medicine,
has the following to say in. his new book,
"Personal Hygiene In Tropical and 'Semi
Tropical Countries" regarding the use ' of
stating that a
keep 20 clerks
ofl1ae3 nn 1 p"tromU for an early
icpcit, 'I his wjs done.
flnp "f-or Rent"
ihc bulletin otiicw
eprds on Ml '
"The use and abuse of alcohol in the tropics has been discussed with
a (rreat deal of feeling. The total abstainers and many others maintain
that it is a deadly poison in the tropics, while others argue that it is
on absolute necessity. i .
"The truth lies between these extremes. ,
, ' "There is no doubt that a little alcohol in the shape of a light
wine taken with meals is beneficial to those who suffer from loss of ap
petite or inability to digest food. Park pat the daily amount of alcohol
that may be consumed by a healthy ,man at from one to one and one
half ounces, or an equivalent of two ounces of brandy, five ounces of
sherjy, ten ounces of lighter wines, and twenty ounces of beer. Women
chould take smaller quantities" '
Just what we have been preaching all along; and
we are,;, not surprised to see our views confirmed
bv siijcn an emiinerit authority as Dr. Brewer.
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The .Beer That's .Brewed
. To Suit The CUmoie
With Impre3slte Matonlo coio
monies, tho mining of tho Into I., do
I Ward wore HI I to test In Niminu
ceniotor) )esteiiU) afttrnooy, Tlio
funeral enrvlcei werq begun nt tho
twiplo nod concluded oesldo tho
gnivo, whero tho members of tho liKil
Masonic Uulges hulo their last fare
well to n departed bi other.
Transfer Co., Ltd.
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