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Duffy's Pure Mali Whiskey-!
IN BUSINESS CIRCLES
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Made by the Locomobile Co. of America,
Buns all day through deep sand or
th'ck mud, without ovcihtutue,.
I'cst automobiles will strvs seme
purpises all cf ths time.
Otters v.ilL seivc all purposes eo.t.c
-p-rjtrth4-ttacrjT " T I'Oof? fair?, rnd ccis lack,
Bat jt rco.uircj a car like ths I.o:o-
ir.ohlc to serve all purposes nil of
The Locomobile, for eleven years,
has been designed to serve nil
purposes as well ns possible.
Always ready to rc.
Simplest and Most Reliable Ignition
Ma$nclo and all apparatus
mado in the Locomobile Plant.
Four speeds. Btonze Engine Bed.
Bronze Gear Case. Bronze Steering-
Opinions of Owners
IHIEHESTING EXTRACTS FROM LETTERS RECENTLY RECEIVED
FROM LOCOMDBILE OWNERS.
"Have run nearly 14,000 miles
without any trouble. As rjocd as
when it lclt the factory." Model
E. C. A., Schenectady, N. Y.
"The test ear in the world. Has
run 23,500 miles in a year and a
half and has never Lecn overhaul
ed. Still runs smoothly." Model
L. J. M Pa:adena, Cal.
"The car has gone about 30,000
miles and has never none better
than it does at present." Model
H. H.. Albany, -N. Y.
"The Locomobile is easily the
best built car in the wcrli. Model
C. A. C, Buffalo. II, Y.
"30,000 miles in one reason and
ncvef stopped on the road," Model
C. A. Co.. Cambridge, MJ.
"Car Model 'H' 1907 has been
run about 50.000 miles."
F. W. Fitchburs, Mass.
'My Model 'E 19CG car is run
niiiR Letter than ever. Nothing
ucais except tires. The car is in
daily use winter and summer,"
A. E. R,, Bavenpcrt, Iowa.
'"Thisis tho third season. About
34.000 miles; still runnins fine."
Model "E" 1907.
T. W. B Passaic. N. J.
"I am pleased with car. From
June to October, 1908, made 13,
020 miles." Model "I" 1908. '
R. S. H Providence, R. I.
"It is without doubt the best car
I have ever' ridden in. I have rid
den in the best cars made, and con
sider this Locomobile the better enr.
It has plenty of power, runs with
nb Mutely no ncise, nnd ha3 ths
best springs of nuy that I have ever
riddtn in, and is powerfully built
throughout. Model "L" 1909.
F. F. B., Puunenc, Maui, T. Hawaii.
"Cannct find a fault. Over 70,-
000 miles in less than four years',
and still dcir.p; work as well as one
cculd ask. Am absolutely satisfied."
Moicl "II" 1906.
A. J. R Chicaao, 111.
"I feel that il is dile you that yoj
should know of the severe test I
have uiven my car. which conclu
sively proves that it is without doubt
thj best car in Amcricn." Model "I"
C. J. B Cincinnati', Ohio.
"My car is considers! the auictMt
running- Locomobile ever put out.
Twelve thousand mflei and laoki
like r.cw. A wonderful hill-climber."
Model "I" 1003.
S. C Shcllicld, Mass.
"Machine giving- peifect satisfac
tion." Model "D" 1004.
' W. D. P., Noithampton. Mns3.
"Have run this car about 40,000
miles." Model "E" 19C0.
C. L. A., Plymouth, Pa.
"Car in rcoI condition and runs
cvrr 2000 mihs per month." Model
R. R. Co., Rutherford, N. J.
"Have driven my car over 40,000
uylcs over the rough streets of Chi
cago, and it is ninninp; line." Model
' ' J. K. S., Chicago, 111.
"This car has worn out twclvs
sets of tirc3, and I have never had a
single stop on the read due to en
gine or any other cause save tires,"
Mcdel "H" 1907.
W. H. W.. Philadelphia. Pa.
"It is as satisfactory n piece of
mechanism as any one would care
for, and it goes without saying that
1 asi highly pleased with the per
formance. I wish to express to you
my tliarks for the can: you have
taken tc look after the car, and for
tho many couitesies I have received
at year hands." Model "E" 1008
W. S. B., ChicaRO, 111,
Merchant .Street, opp. Bishop St.
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Tiar.ipcrtr.'.ion,. KeaawLKc Jl.. Donibom Cost Dot
Dlit.liig o '"? ii f tit.- io miiik HHIM'nr at all neio,ia oe,; tnrf Kit
I'OilnUiiii lii.PH ilolf.s lie prlmlio
riclclit lHiilne.4.of tlio Toi.ltorj u
In thv clt.. iiikI filtuio tni, ji(irtnili'ii
(if tilt- tugara u( tin- iKlnniN U I lie
subject liiijiorniost. In llio inlnils m
1'ri.Klilriit t)varl)oiu (if Hit- Aiiht-irnn-llnwallju
nrrlvnl un the MmiRtj.i firh In thn
week.' Picaldiilil ilaltoii of the Mill
boii Navigation Compnti . lias i't
il'.'iitly bft'li nwalllnp (lie arrival nl
Drarliorii. Tlin contract fur riirrj
ing tliot siiRUia Ehlppcit o t tic Kait
pmi niiuktt Id being K.iiMdcrpil b
ibu Kiig-'." I-uCtr.r.i Ooi.ii'in l.i i
.i i.l Captatn MqtMin, vtlin-c in In
liltllcrlu conllned Itvclf to tli.
fiflalittt liptwccn the Islai ila ami thv)
l'jitll. t'onct, announces tlint ho Is
here to bid forftho transportation in
tho I'aitctn nliEarn. In. oilier words
lio Intends to ibnipcteltli i.ne ii'
the II nest rt'lr.ht llue'la the l'n
cILa Ocean, and hi torai'- to towi
"wu I heeled" tu mnltc fcood ut een
joint. - ,.
Possible Bcal, f v
Just what wilt hnppii no one can
forecast with any ureal ceitiilnty.
although It Is a wldely-cxpreheuc
i.ilnlin duwntiiwii that MaUuu will
wlthdiaw fioni competition In the
KaBicru hiiclnccu IT Dearborn will
withdraw hlii competition with the
threu-cornered llonolr.'.it-S.in lVau-elsco-Se.ittlo
so.Ai'o. l.i other words,
If tho Territory la cul dlvldcl
under u Rcntlcaioti a agirctncul,
'.' iq v. II. lju lio futther trouble.
Many Phases of Question.
Hut thciu in u othcrphnrcs of til It
j.anj-ildcd ijiiestlon to be cotmldor
cd. Mateon'M company Is to nil In
tents and purposes u local lonipal.y.
Sltico the Kiiccrn .of the American
Hawaiian conipany, 1'a'bcd on the
starl II obtained through the con
tract fur carrying llawall'H sugars,
many local Initlncss men hae look
ed with tome Jealousy un this Urn
of activity in the tuigur li.ide that
tin- cuiltilnta of Hawaii lo not coi
tiol. Willi the one cx.cptlou ol
Uan.xpoi latlon, the Hitgar Inti'icuti
of the IbIiiikIh me entirely Indepen
dent ol outnldcns In oilier words
they cuntiol what might bo callcc.
Iho subsidiary cnteriuiius. . ...
j, U..v.tll"ri - iu tnjairlllUcr fat
torlou and its owir miar icthMrj
itu cjptalnt ofy iiulustryift viit)"
pretty neatly eCerytllflTr; illi'pclly'51.'
Indlicetly coiiiicctid v.Mth the Hiigai
Indiirtry, with the otic exception m
tranapo'tatlon. ' The ''uiiitruct fot
carrying tho utgaui will toon be 10
nuwed. New the ijuuJtlon Is, wheth
er they will muvu to control the
When the Aiiie.'kan-llawnllaii niic
came Into tho field, t In? local mtgai
moil didn't have tho money to "g.itn
bio or tnvisl lu iruiisporiatloi:. 'I'hey
weie taking care of thu debts (oneo
ijiii-n t to i'atil,.tlou inp.uiulon. Now
ll I', (llfd'.enl. The debts nro pair
and the uurplus money u heeklui.
iiucjlutonl'. KurtliurinoKi, Hie blc.ulv
Kiowtli und siiu'esa i.t tho Mat bo n
Nalsatlon Company that marled .It
a umall way only n few .years up1
hau Eereil to demonstrate Hint' tin
local lompauy haudtiiig the locai
fictghtB can succeed If pioperb
With tho Million company arc as
.uclited as KtocMmldciu Alex.indei ,'.
lialdwlii, CiiKtlo & Cpoke, C. Iliou
cr ft Co. and I'. A. Schaefcr ti. Ci
It Is uIbo believed that Homo of thcsi.
houses would be found anioi;-; Hi
holders cf Amcrleaii-lluwallan ttoek,
mid bonds. They have Klvun thul
liiir.arii shipped to California to Hi
.Matron conipany. They tontrol u:
ovciwliclniliig majority of thy hue
ar lunnngu of the Inlands. Wlin
thl'i c'jinblnatlon nay?, whei. it ionic
to a Milo based on the tonnage o
-Uigur, goci. With null a backln:
It would bo a vciy easy matter fo
the .MatKon lino to dceloi Into th.
oft-tnllied transportation lino con
trolled by local lapltal to handle al
tho deep-sea sugar largncs,
...uli.n. mi company has built n
nigs leet of tlilps that can bo kopt
iirilltably tiuiy 111 tho tmde bcweeti
.Jw Voili und tho l'uillic Coast Ii.
ay oi lehaiitiir-pe.'. lot n I. u. .
Inn. now on the suclm for tlio lio-j
IU.IUIU iraue iu pnilMH'ir, Is Oil...
)ii lines that will mako It p.wdli e
in shut up nil I no passenger nccum
modalluiw and inn the elilp at a
liri lit ns n freighter. So l!id Ii.iC;
of Iho Amerlcau-llawailnli will not
be broken If foricd to Wlthdlnw fiomi
the Ho'.all.m carry ii g Undo.
Uenernl ccipmunlty Intoroil In
this npparent contest of tho tians
lioitatlou (onipanlc3 U centered lu
the amount of pahscnger nccoiiiiuo
latlr.n that will icsiilt from tho ills
iiocnl of the magi.incont freight cub
sidy of to hundred r.lul Ecventy
thoiuatid tons a year.
When some of theso tiansportn
Ion men art that they can not
ilToul to pin on ships with p.iMon
er nccoiiiinodatloiiM becatitc of tho
.cry lot rndglit rate that Is iiald foi
ntgars, ntlcntlnn Is called to the fact
hat tho American-Hawaiian line,
Mnbtlshcd ami built up on the lla
A'lillnii freight trade eclttsloly, has
Diaetlcally built Its magiilllrcnt licet
if ncamers rroin tho piollls made
lurltir Hie few Sf-nii of Its oxlft
tue. lis cupllal slock is low, und
he dividend paid on It small, but the
mount i.r cut pings Imrstcd lu
mlldlng i.ew bhliw Is liuprcselva to
no on the outside.
Hawaii's sugar men ha'o the rop
tlatlon of bolus brcnil-gnuged wen
vhen It conies to comniuulty a (Talis.
Ilthcrto passmger trallle has been
liven haidly liiore than a pae.-Jng
bought wlieu the kugnr contracts
rcro awarded. This year will tell
'ho story Of whether the gaitgo ha-,
ircndcned anioi.g the business Icad
rs. Many mercantile and conimlM
lon men hesitate to cay anything on
he question except lu the secret
daces of their bade office because
hoy fear It might Intel fere with i.ie
ale of a few pounds of taiisage or
i m 1 of uillcu.
Sto. Is hao been decidedly spna
uijlo lu their-iilovementM llihf wetlc
'Jio ;lwo-pei'nn" plnlVof-tliofti:.t
aiinge wits iron lived, niul on loma
r tho day this week tho birsliies1)
eporled on the Kxchaugn was hard
y enough to illgulry olio bcsslou.
'rlcej have sagged lu muiio Iii
.tanies. Oaliu und Kwn bold the
.ittcr part of the week about twenty
.vo contH 4i Bharo less than tho
vernge of the previous weclc, and
oino'cry gooil-elzcd blocks changed
lands on I'rlday.jbut there Is no in
dention of a M-rlous slump on olth
r of these popular slocks. Hawal
iti Commercial has held at 10.87.",
ver boveu hundred hIiiiics selling nt
hat price. Iloiiokna has diopped to
:2.2'. Wnlalim has iilto diopped
o 1.1.". ".', but as Is iiiiially the case
Itli this block ei.v lew chares
mo out at thi i"duccd flguro?
itocUhoIdorH In thU plantation cx
cct in. exlia dividend by tho nnxt
llvlilcud day. Quito a llltlu trading
ls been done lu llutcliliiioii, nun
'ie tales on Friday i cached ill. Mc
Icllryde mid Olaa liuvu told at 7.
ml may ho picked up ut prices
uyllig f i oin 7 to T.lLTi In one hun-ii-1
hlure lols. A rain on Kau.il
III Ijlii.ii this stoik.
1 Ivo hundred Pharcs of Oahu Itall
ny told at 1 1 1.75 on -Thursday
-as tho large-it transaction lu this
took that has been imidn Iu many
veeks. Tho prko and tho slzo nt
he biork prove the stability of this
innsportatioii ontcrprlso In publli
ji.tLitiiy speaking, ths piiblleiip
leais to bo waiting for a rlso In tho
nice of tugar, or, to put It more
oricctly, a iliangu In tho (puliation
'ii laws, to remind them that tho
Market may aihance. Hoots luio
eiovorcd froin tho very slight do-
Ilecd fcr Competition. I mueIuii experienced tlui iirst of tho
Another pliuto to bo considered Is week and uio now at n parity of 5.09
that tho local sugar luteicsts luivo run In, or lis. Cd. Itaws liavii held
nothing ngnlu.il tho Aniurlciin-lla- firm nt 1. 3d. Mall Infoiniallon of
wnllan, whose Now York fielght sei- the world condition furi.lthcs no
vice has been ncarlj perfect, but chungo lu Hi" proiipeit of siibtalnod
tlvoy icallio that If tho American- and pusulhly higher prices. Cuba' The Hank of Hawaii completed Its
Hawaiian were to gain an nbsoluto ciop Is coming oft well, but all of control of tlio Jiuld building thU
wcwi by btiyitig thu holdings of tlio
.liidil family. Tlio sloel; was bought
nt par. '
fv"s Wmv$- jiT -vW,. lrt
v - --.jti tvA . --r i.-r . ' Ai ft
THIS MADE MiSX SIGNIFIES PUTrrV EnCSILIKCZ -EALTK.
Medicine for all Vlnrvkind
Mr. Hcraee R. Butts. Providence, R. I., c V. S. Aray n:an, many years
r.po on account of the hardship: of rrniy life h-d dyspepsia nnd
stomach trouble so bad that he ccild scarcely eat. He took Djf
fy's Pure Malt Whiskey, which gave him irjneliare nlicf. Kc
recommends it as an invigorating' stimulant and body-baildcr.
"I have tired Duffy's I'uro Malt Whli'.v for ninny years and find
that Ii Is all that It Halms to be. During my tncnty-f.iur years of ser
vile In Hie U. 8. Army I was being i-onstnntly transfoncd from pla'"j
to place. As n result of changing cllmi to and wdler. my stumarh nnd
digestion failed me completely, fo I wasrcancly able to cat n thlnr On
the ndiie of a friend I purchased a bottle of Duffy's I'nto Malt Whisky,
nnd Immediately good icsmts followed. Thl was clghtrcu years ago.
Hlnce then I havo not been without It. I recommend It to nil whonio
In tired of nil' Invigorating i.tlmuiant i nd deslirtia of bulldtss up tiio
si stem." "
CAUnblI.Vhcn yen ask forBaifv's Purs Holt Yhisksy be sure
voj rt the genuine. Jt's the only absolutely p'jrs inelic;npl malt whis
key rnd isrrV.d'intealed bottles only: never in b..lk look for the
trcde-rctrk. thj "Old Chemist'." on the label, and isnke sure th; seal over
the cork is unbroken. The Buffy Malt Whiskey Co., Rochester, 11. Y., U.
The objection to the socialistic ref-
elciiduin fcnliue was i.ilwd In rii
ator Ilcybiirn anil ivldenilv made
Nearly all tho politicians would
be glad to hac the piohlbltlon
iltcstlon out of the way befom the
Keneral olecllons. There Is a grow
-WILL IILAR MUflHE
1 1 .
'n' itri'on d tia
the, V. M. C .i
rfr crnUniyct that tho orgaubjatlon I n-l t.ij :h- JsV ; 'shtf XA 1 1 3
oTtho lte.mrictiTpar'ty ii i,ngr azuW&f itt i WC.a f f.iT
"hi bo iiiinl.iulHteJ for tho lunaSt rAV ' Vr. 1. C Smith, fiinjjyl
. ji... .......... . -tjA.v."' i.r i... .-. j.....:.ri i.u..ictii..
of tho jiiuhlbition fdrio3., ".
Although the strike of the .la pa
ucso has almost passed Into forgot-
a;' "J'-Tijit nr.surrm-.oi'o.l liliiiiStk'i.
liiiktiiiiiiTlii the i..i2pple dn.trict ai -'
wuhlawj. I.i-e. tho i-.-tto went to
Sir. Monro was M ry much de'lghtod '
on blbtoiy, It Is still, being foiiglu with the imie-y and psoeclally the- 'i
In tho courts as a result of tho lead- suit vlih'i was running vety high. J
I II v (irrllfil jid linlatr. .. I ..,..! 1.. lll ,n . Tl.t j iitn.nlt... l. lH .nt.ln 1.. il... T1I.1. " W "
Ing agitators being placed In Jail to
serve their isenleniea. A mutest Is
now bclt.g mado to freo'tliein imtlejH
habeas corpiu pioccei'.lngH iu Hi
.. .. . ... . . jmj.
iiiuicii suites uoiiii.
Tho cam ngalnst tho .lapaiicc
poachciK rlobod this weok with n
iiiiivlitluii mid the ory light ben
tence of twenty.fiiur hours' IllipiH
onmetit. Tho authorities nro evi
dently more anxious to got nt tliw
higher up lu tho Uiysati Island doal.
James 1.. McLean was elected pres
ident of the 1'ioniotlon Commit toe
this week In place of W. .. Ilowi-u.
resigned. Mr. Mrl.f.au hnx-sorvod on
the eunnnlltco .for tvu terins. Sao
relary W'.o.l, aironipaiiled by l.oyd
Chllds, left on tho Ijiirllno On 'tho
v.-av to Atlniitli! City, whero (ho lln
wnllau exhibit will bo Installed
Among tho ndertlslni; propositions
thu I'lomotlou Committee has oti
doiscd Is tho rpcclnl eillllon of the
S.m I'rauclfco Chroiitclo.
Filing of a two hundred thousand
dollar mortgago on tho pioperly m
tin- Coiibolldated I'ltieapplo Conipaiiv
In favor of tho f.'nllforiiln I'liilt
Canm;ri.' Association furnishes th
coullrniiitlon of tho report contained
In. theso columns tlio ilrst of the
ear that the Coimolidaled lompam
had passed Into tho control of Call
fornl.i Interests, Thla iiHeoclalin .
haa uiipplled the pllieupp'.o com;i.n
with Its tincobsnry ndvaiiccs since th i
Ilrst of tho year. Callfoinla men
now control nearly all the Ilawui.a'i
This morning he Is taking In the Bish
op Mine.ini and tonight will nttpn I
tTUTTJ'm'jXeailerR' conference at th
lCtb'ricanif Mf. 1' ml Su.iur. B-ire-SsrySTIrm
Y. XI". C. A.
S.L3;iairii Mr. Mnorr v. Ill ficj!c ti
lire tnen ol tne lispld Transit at Id: 13
a. in at tin- rir baiiM njiil at tt a in.
wtll speak ut Crnti il Union Chnrrli.
Ilia mbloct li-!iig "I onklug I or-vard."
Ai 7'.1o p in tomorrow Mr, M mro
will ngiln iji-ak nt Crut-.il I'u! n
Church his fcllbjjc lialug "The Tlllrl
Man" t)n MptHlay mnrnin-r lio will
Jouiiiey to I ellehin to niu'cr a twc'.al
stuJy of tho tituatloii lln-re.
I'or tho historical painter what
nioro Fiiblitno subject could bu pre
tciitivl than n. fot ni'iu n. t. i -r
1 rtytottlng a ' lieVfsfc.ik'? - - ChliiHB"
control ,of tho iwcan cairlng titulu Cuba's sugars aro needed this year,
between Island ports and tho Callfnr- to there U nothing to fear In thut
t:la and Atlantic coasts, If thU illicctln,
should occur, they feel uitlsllcd that .
tlio American-Hawaiian would not Prohibition.
lictllnlu to Incronbo u piolltH by Tho Joint rctoliitloii for p 'phdil-
latslng intes, If thu opportunity pic- m-II.i mi piuhlblllon for tlio Terrli
sentcd llsclf; and Iho temptations lory or Hawaii, to lake placo .Inly
uio k I on t when a monopoly exists, !i, pasted Iho Sauato on JMoiiday,
Coiitciiuunlly, as u matter of or- and tho II u 1 I o t I u'.s Viifchlngliili
dlimiy buslnehs precaution, Ihoy coricspoiuleiil piedlctcd that It
nilgliL Imlli'vo It good bimlliCKH lo would paro thu llousooli Wcdllisi-
I build up a Hi n that I JiisnuiiKli day, but llio loiunrhuhla rri(cvirf
tt .i tlirc.il In keep the Amcilran- In which llio Kopitbllc.iiis of lui
j Hawaiian opei.ilors deiunt in their llmiho luivo inii-nnio Involved has no
ill illng ulth thu sugar and other In- doubl upbct many expectations an ro-
tore. i of the Trrllnr shipping gaids leglelalloii In that bod) I'hu
fielght. That la wh.il the Mutton molutlon as il patacd tho Koi.ul"
linn omniintH to lodav. It Ih n good eliminates Hw provtsfoii making IJ
paying nucleus tilling Its goIeeteU nmndulory for the Legislature to
Held and cnpnblo of expansion, pass n prohibition law if tho peoplo
shouidf ,p, ciariov 'pyJtravbJJ,
Under Its policy or building housej
for honio-bulldors of the city, the
Tiont Trust Cniiipai y tilready has
over twenty-EOVun liniiseB, for thu
construction of which It advanced
Iheiiionoy on easy lurnm. Thu pUes
of theso hiunfs vary from three hun
drej iiullais to six tiunisand,' with an .
tivoiiigo of uJ.'t(Ut tWy Uiouiand dol
111" ilnpirtiiro of the Alamrd.i this
week was ipilte a fniivlliip, in the
popular lltior I tint likely to bo lu
Ihujio waters ngiUii for tome lliiie. I' i
ptneo will ho llikou by the Menu,
arriving on its first trio Hie Lest of
Pur entlng, drinking and cooklnc
Pure, Dsllclou, Nutritious
ItffUrnJ I. 8. rtBiit Olflr
llriikfast Oigoa. 1-J lb. tm
linker's nmi-olntc uinstteet-i-ncil),
1 -'J 11), C.lkl s
rn-rlnnu Kwcet Chuculali',
1-1 IU. IMlvl-S
I rf brfr by Lftidme Grinrt tu HonnluW
Walter Hakcr & Co. I.id.
DOKCIIHSltHt, MASS, U.S.A.
50 IIIGHRST AWAKDS IN
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