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THE HUDSON "20"
Non-Engine Stop Sealed Bonnet Run
ELOW are the details of the wonderful performance of the Hudson. The figures are exact and we
stand ready at any time to repeat the run, should any doubt be raised, under the strictest of surveillance.
Finish 12 midnight March 18.
Start 3:10 P. M. March 17
Total elapsed time, 32 hrs. 50 min.
'Sunning time about 30 hours.
Average miles per hours, 15.15 (fiirared from elapsed time),
- . '' ' Gasoline, 20.5 Gals. Average, 18.8G miles per Gal.
' ' Oil (engine) 7.5 Quarts. Average G6.0G miles per Quart.
Oil (transmission) 1 Quart. Average 500 miles per Quart
,- ' Water, less than 1 Quart. '
Punctures, 1 (nail).
( ' T. 11 1.
(.; r no D10WOUU.
It must be remembered that engine ran without driving car for about three hours, which brings
down average miles per gallon somewhat.
This same car has been run over 5000 miles without overhauling.
Seals were broken and engine stopned at 0:15 a. m. March 10th, speedometer showing 500,0 miles,
were broken in the presence of several newspaper men.
We now have on hand three of these wonderful cars and can make immediate delivery.
See us for a demonstration. " .
Associated Garage, Ltd.
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DY REV. POND
Immense Audience Hears
Tho Methodist Episcopal church
wiih tilled lust nlKlit to hear Itev.
C. N. I'oml of Oberllti, Ohio, deliver
an iidilioss In favor of prohibition.
Hon, John (!. Woollcy was to have
been tho speaker of tho evening, hut
owing to his not having lieen able
to come by the Wllhelmlnn, Itev.
Pond filled the vacancy to the en
tiro satisfaction of nil piesont.
The meeting was pieslded over by
V. A. Ilowon, After n couplo of
hymns had been sung, C. N, Mln
read his report. This clcany show
ed the sentiment of the Korean peo
ple In these Islands us regards pro
hibition. One and all condemned
tho t r;i 111 c in liquor. Chairman
llowen congiutulated Mr. Mln on th.i
excellent manner In which his re
port hud been drawn up, und upon
u vote being taken. It was unani
mously adopted and ordered placed
on file with the minutes of the meet
K. Yamaha was the next speaker,
ho represented the .lapancso of the
Islands, and kept tho vust audience
spcllboui.d with his practlcul re
ntal ks. Ills English was good, and
ever) body understood all he had to
say. "I think there is .no need fo
discussion in regard to the question
of liquor traffic In tho Territory. Wo
must all struggle against this grow
ing a II. Some of my fellow coun
trymen who iii'fl working on planta
tions do not know any better than
to get dilnk, but our duty Is to
educate und ptotect them and put n
stop lo iho'lratnc In liquor, which 1h
Mich II CltlbO."
In continuation, Mr, Yamaka stat
ed that the majority of the Inliab
Hat ts of Hawaii are Japanese and it
Is our duty lo piotect them.
C. P, Hong spoke on behalf of tin
Koreans and was cheeied heartily at
tho clore of his address. His sub
ject was, "How Will Prohibition At
test Our Korean Peoplq In Hawaii?"
After upologlzlng for not being able
to conveiso fluently in English, ha
launched forth ll.to his subject wit'i
it fetvor that was tiuly remarkable.
"I do not speak English very welt,
but I will try to tell you what my
Korean people think of prohibition."
The speaker stated that some 4000
years ngf liquor dealers enme to'
Korea from China and begnn to sell
their goods with the result that
drunkenness soon beramo rife. Theso
were later expelled from tho coun
try, as the peoplo roje en masse nml
demanded thai they be dismissed.
I travel nil over the Islands nn1
see what a curse liquor Is here. We
jiave np red wines, in Korea; only
white wines All the troubles In
Hawaii are duo to liquor.' 1 havo
seen laborers on Ilawnlt who h.a.1
saved enough money to return to
their country, squander all their
money In liquor and forced to re
turn to work on the plantations."
In introducing tho speaker of thd
evening, Mr. llowen said: "if my
friend Pond accomplishes tonight
what ho accomplished with me fifty
one j ears ago in u garden in Ohio,
when ho Impressed upon my mini
tho fact that nine and six are fif
teen and that six and nine arc fit
teen, what tie, says to you this even
ing will most assuredly stick, as Mr.
Pond Is ouo of tho most forceful
speakers-In tho American pulpit to
day." Itev. C. N. Pond opened his ad
dress by saying Hint he had been
called upon to (III tho vacancy caused
by the non-appearance of Hon. John
Q. Woolley, who was to have ad
dressed tho meeting upon "A Fight
to tho Finish." Mr. Pond said he
thought everybody had heard of the
old sulyll.g, "Grin and bear it," and
prohibition. ' "in corisequenco th'c'ro
are fewer arrests for crime and the
prisons are almost empty."
Talking of "blind pigs," Hev. Mi.
Pond Bald: "Thcro nre moro of theso
places whero liquor can be obtained
under license than under strict pro-'
hlbitlon. With prohibition the po
lice will do their duty. The policy
of prohibition is In accord with the
ancient laws of the Kamehamehas."
In conclusion, Rev. Pond Bald:
"O! beautiful Hawaii, close your sa
loons und save your soldier and sail
or defenders and the peoplo of theso
sun-klBsed Isles. May the curse of
drink be taken away from Hawaii,
and mar you people turn out to do
your duty when the election takes
place tiext July."
Chairman Ilowon said: "Although
the women of Hawaii can not vote,
yet they can line the curbstones and
sing hymns and use their Influence
or tho good ot the cause on the day
of election, so that the men voter
may see their earnestness and think
of the homes .that will become
brighter when liquor no longer Is
allowed to be sold In Hawaii." Mr.
llowen related how the women ot
Ilirmlngham, Alubiwia, had tunicl
out in full, force and by slnglni?
hymns and xortlng the men to do
their duty, had been Instrumental
in driving out the liquor Interest:!
nnd causing It to become a model
Mrs. Muck, 'superintendent of ih,)
finished by saying. "1 hope you wm ,ouuii..i.ii y i", "
all be able to bear It." "X n wofiU- wh,cu ,wcro n"
"Nineteen years ago. when I salt- J0"0,8' 'There have on y been
ed here on the Alameda, I became 'tw Vmes ln my "'" ' whenI ,w'8 "
interested In the Methodist church, " ,wn8a man-r-the present, who,,
and I am more than pleased to sea I uld vote for prohibition, and tho
the way In which this bus taken root 'ier. w,hlch , wl te bout nl
ln tho Territory. The whole of tho other time. '
United States Is Interested in Ha-1, The meeting term r.ated by all rls
wall. This has been made manifest . " " unanimously adopting tho
by the confidence shown by Cou- "solution as drjiwn up by Mr. Mln.
gress In making nn appropriation of .. , , m
$10,000 In order thatou may vote UIICID CirTflDv ril
for piohlbttlon next Juby. Prohlbl- ljUUAll ilUlUilU Ulli
Hon Is good for-all, and bad fori .. ...
The total amount of sugar shipped
by the Sugar Factors Co. Ltd.. slnco
Dec. 1, 1909 Is 138,800 net tons. Of
this amount 97,900 net tons hayo
reached tho .markets., Tho, balance,
viz; 40 900 tons Is still afloat.
Of theso 138 800 tons, 85,400 tons
have been shipped by tho American
Hawaiian S. S. Co. for tho East, 7.000
tons by tho Capo Horn sailed, und thn
balanco 46,400 tons for tho" "Pacific
Coast tnurketif. t
ino esiuoaiuii sugar snipuicuts tor
none. We are fighting for those who
arc oven opposing us. The' average
liquor man wlll'do better financially
If wo get prohibition, as he 'will hrtvo
a better chance for the salvation of
"Prospctlty will come to these Is
lauds In a maiked degree if prohibi
tion wins. Even undertakers will
make moro money, as peoplo will
havo more money In the bunk and
In consequenco will want moro elab
orate funerals. Prohibition Is noth
ing temporary; It, Is not transitory.
Temperance Is drink a little und the
stop; It is not totul abstinence. Tem
perance Is self-control In the light 191" am 44j38U toiiB.
use of all good und the total prohl- ' '
hltlou of everything that Is bud. Dlanket inaictmentg are calcu
"Out of a total oM400 township lnted to' keep a man warm even la
In Ohio, 1000 hao gone dry under cold weather. Chlcugo News,