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EVENING niJLt.nTIN, HONOLULU, T II., MONTVY, MATl II, 101ft.
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In order to nuke room for new 'car we are ottering the following second
hand Automobiles at SPECIALLY REDUCED PRICES
One 1910 Model 10, fuur-cylindcr, planetary type, four-pvs!np,cr Buick car $ 900
One 1009 Model 10, four-cjlindcr, thrsc-passcnger Buick tunabout $ 850
One Model F, two-cyli ider, nve-asscng!r Buick touring car. Has seen very little use.
Original cost $1350 ,.$850
One Model D, four-cylinder, five-passenger Buick touring car. Sliding itar transmission.
Original cost ?2S00 , . . A '09
One 1SC9, two-cylinder, two-pnsscngcr Maxwell runabout. rianetnry type transmission. v
t. ; $050
One 1909, four-cylinderr, five-psssengcr Maxwell touring car. Original cost $2250 $1000
One 1900, four-cylinder, fi e-passcngcr Tope-Hartford tourinp; car. As good as new. Orig
inal cost $3500 $2500
One 1908, four-cylinder, four-ptsscngcr Pope-Hartford roalstcr. Original cost $3500...$zC00
Ore two-cylinder, ten-o: stinger Eco bus. Original cost $2100 $ 759
One five-passenger Rco tonring car $ 450
One four-cylinder Stevers-Duiyca runabout. Sliding gear transmission three speeds for
ward and one reverse. Original cost $2750 y. .-...$ 850
T)nc 1909 forty-hcrscpowcr sivcn-passencr Stoddard-Day ten touring car. Bc:n used a
jear. Has just been thoroughly overhauled. Original cost $3200 $2000
One 1909 four-cylinde.-, five-passenger Stoddard-Dayton toaring car $1450
One 1C0D. forty-hcrsc;ov;cr. fivc-passcngcr Molcl "0" Wli'te stbam-touring car. Orig
inal cost $2400 , . $1090
One 1910 Tord lunab -zt villi nimble scat. Has been use 1 about four months $ 850
One Model X Autocar runabout. Two-cylinder slidine cear transmission. Original cost
ALL TEE ABOVE CARS HAVE RECE1TTLY BEEN OVERHAULED AND AltE IN GOOD
F.UHNINQ ORDER x
The von Hamm-Young Company, Ltd.
ON BOATS' BOTTOM
Three Japanese Fishermen Nearly
Perish From Exposure at Sea
Picked Up by Japanese Liner
An object Coating on the water
at sonio distance to leewnnl nttract
eit the attention of the oflleorM of
I tlio Nippon Mnru ns that vessel pass-
ed Unrbcr's Point Saturday morri
I Ing. Marine glasses disclosed tin
fact that It was n boat bottom up,
j with three met. clinging to It. One
J of the ship's boats was Immediately
I lowered and In n short time tho
I tliico men were brought on hoard
They incited to be three Japanese
fishermen whose sant unit hud been
I capsized in a kqunllj They had boon
; unable to light the boat ngnln, and
I for seventy hours they hnd clung
to the, bottom 111 hopes that hoip
would 'come. They were In a most
exhausted condition when taken
from the overturned sampan.
As soon as they wcro tnken over
the side of tho liner they wercjlvon
proper attention by those on board,
being stripped of their wet clothing
and wrapped In warm blaifltels, unci
were soon revived sufficiently to tell
of the mishap.
They say that they hnd been to
the llshlng gioiiuds to tho touthwest
of Molokal and had gono but a short
way on their return trip when u
blind liroakor struck them and cap
sized the sampan.
-All Japanese nie good swimmers,
and these thico wore nn exception
to the rule, and they weic soon at
work tiling to get their boat tlght-
eel, but that was found to be out of J
I the iiucstlon. so they cllmued lo mo
I upturned bottom and there remain
ed tl 1 the Japanese liner picked
I them up.
POLICE COURT AND
Nino alleged gamblers were up
before Judge Andiade this morning.
but tho Chinese, who weio defended
'by Chnille (.hllllngworth, were nil
found not guilty and discharged.
Chllllngwoith nut-iin a great light
and his men wen to the effect tint
thev bail tolled the house on l'nu-
nil' I slicel dozens of times, mid that
they had seen tin Chinese playing
games, but had never seen any
moiipy on the (nlite. , That settled
the matter, and the Chinese were
allowed to depait. They all smiled
broadly ns they Wt tho courtroom.
K. Kubo, a Japanese dentist, who
lms been practising without a li
cense, wns In court thlB morning,
and all his instruments weic dis
placed to nn admiring gang. C. K
Chllllngworth, who appeared for the I
defendant, asked thai trie ensa uq
cct over till Thursday net, and It
wan so ordcicd.
There have been sevcrnj robberies
of'outomobllo tires from private ga
lagea lately, and Chief McDuffle has
been on tho lookout for second-hand
dealers who might purchase such ar
ticles. This inornlng( a Jnpaneso
who bought four old tli'es wns ques
tioned by the chief, nnd the tires
that hn purchased will be looked
oor to see If they correspond with
those that were Btolen. The second-hand
dealer Is thought to have
bought the tires in good faith, an I ,
he wns In the habit of paying tnrce
cents n pound for the lubber they
McCandlcss, the jcu'l' who visit
ed sfvcral houses on Saturday and
Informed the occupants that there
was n sum of money awaiting each
of them at the Territorial Service of
fice, wns this ni(jrnlng sent over to
tho leform school, whore he will not
lie nble to f.ond people off on chnsel
for Imaginary ticnsurc trove.
HAVAL SECRETS OF
GERMANY MADE PUBLIC
llUltMX. March 5. Count lte
vent ow, tho well known writer on
naval subjects. In nn article In the
DeutR-he Tugeszelliing, headed
"UnglUh i:Hplonage nnd Ueiman
War Ship auusquotes n long ex
tract fioni the iTngllsh service Jour
nal, Tho Nnvj, minutely describing
tho new Krupp guu and giving de
tails of tho trials of tho gun at Kiel
at various tliiHM.
Count Ilevenllow snyB- "It U n
r.niMilar nnd Feilous matter that n
foreign journal should bu able to
give such exact detulls iih to the
tim of the trtn's at tlioViiupeilal
yard. . i;cinu
iliese uetniis couin only uo oj
talned through the gioss careless
ness of the officials or by bribery,
for the presence of a foielgnor on
the spot is Impossible."
lf advocates the raising of the
subject during the naval estimates
debate In the Hclchstag, so as to
WHITNEY & MARSH, Ltd.
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We have just received from our
Paris agent the .latest effects in
Bugle and Bead Trimmings and
Fringes. We are showing some
of these hveur window.
A small assortment of the new
est designs iust to hand.
for bis c'.klits. nnd scoffed ut
l., il.nt l.n Ptiliinsa rmltll lint sll
uirii vitrti , v......' --.- .---
down nnd'plny dominoes, pedro or Igive the matter the widest publlclt),
any game1 they cared to. at ai.y hour t11H .mtlI traitors are easier caught
when tho whole public Is educated
up to tho necessity of attention and
a feeling of les-ioiHlblllty.
dining the night or dny.
The ovldence of Chief McimCIo
Greatest Clothing Sale
EVER HELD IN HONOtULU
ADLER-ROCHESTER made suits
in greys, browns and blues, for
merly $25, now $15 a suit.
LATEST CUT and STYLE suits,
formerly $16 to $20, now
SWELL SUMMER WEIGHT suits
formerly $10 to $15, now $8.
STRAW HATS, all shapes and
styles, formerly $1.50 to $2.50,
FELT HATS, all shapes, styles,
and colors, formerly $1.50 to
$3, now $1.
PANAMA HATS, all styles, for
merly $12 and $10, now $6
FULL LINES of Auto and Yacht
ing Caps at equally reduced
$1 a Pair
SOROSIS OXFORD TIES in medium and narrow
last's; broken lines. Regular $3.50 to $5.
p?in:e of mo:;aco way join
EEifELlN UOItlll iOLE'PARrY
$1.95 a Pair
SOROSIS PUMPS In Patent Kid, Vici Kid, and
Tan Russia Calf: low heels. Rcgular4vpcr pair.
$2.85 a Pair
SOROSIS PATENT KID LACE SHOES In light or
heavy soles, Regilar $5 grade.
$2.50 a Pair ,
LADIES' PATENT KID, one-button, French-hecl
TIE; very chic. Regular $4 trrade.
CALF button, shoe; all
$2.95 a Pair
WALKOVER TAN RUSS.
sizes. Regular $4,50.
$2.95 a Pair ' ,
WALKOVER PATENT KID SHOES In Blucher or
linilM.N' Mention waB made
some tlmo ago of nn expedition that
wns being formed to reach tho North
I'ole by means of n Zeppelin airship!
It is now reported In Ilerlln that
conslcleiable prngieis has been Hindu
al.d that the completion of the ar
laugeiiicnts has been Intrusted to
It is Bald that more Importance Is
attached to the scientific researches
that members of the expedition hope
to carry out in the polar regions
than to actually reaching the polo
Itself. A study will also be mndo
of the piesent unknown land nnd
sea bii.g betweon (lieenland and
Kranz Josef's Land.
The expedition Is to start from
Spitzboigon, mid two vessels are to
beive ns Heating depots. It is esti
mated that under favorable circum
stances the voyage Bhould not occu
py inuie than thlitv or forty hours.
It i leported that two Zeppelin
dirigibles will be specially construct
ed for the expedition. They nro to
bo over 400 feet long, and tho bal
loons are to be divided Into tweutv
flvo or thirty compartments. One
of theso grent air vessels will re
main at Spllzbergen and will, It Is
stated, be In luucli with the other
airship by means of wlielcss telcg
laphy. Tho coit of tho expedition will, it
is said, bo defrnjed by the German
government, nlthough the Prince ot
Moikico, who Is desirous of ac:om
panjlng the expedition, wishes to
bear the cost, calculated at eight
bundled thousand dollars.
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We have the reputation of selling
Groceries Cheap !
Call 'and seeus at 93-95 King St.
American Brokerage Co.
button. Regular $4 and $5.
$2.95 a Pair
WALKOVER OXFORD TIES In Patent Kid or
Tan Russ. Calf; broken line, pretty 'good size. Reg
ular $4 and $5 grade.
GOODS are due to arrive on any steamer now, and we must have room.
COMMENCES SATURDAY MORNING, MARCH 10. SEE OUR WINDOW DISPLAY.
L B. Kerr & Co., Ltd.
TAMPA, Kla., Mar. G. A serious
race clash Is threatened at Pal
metto, a small town forty miles
south of Tumpa, as n result ot the
Killing of two pi'omlnont, white men
by negroes this afternoon. The last
I message from the scone of the crime
sas that 200 whites with bloodi
hounds arc pursuing several ne
gioes, and if they nie caught sum
mary punishment will bo meted out.
I.uto this afternoon, when bum
Stnlbbllng, superintendent for a
prominent contractor of this city,
disputed with a negro employe nbout
wages, the latter shot him with .i
evolver, killing him Instantly. The
negro escaped. Telephone messages
brought Sheriff Wyatt from Urndle
town with u posse and bloodhounds.
Later tho negro was chased Into
the House ot another negro, who had
lilies nnd ammunition. In the ex
change ut shots that followed Dep
uty Sheriff Mathews was shot and
killed The officers then left for re
enfoiceiunuls and .the ncgioes es
caped f i oui tho house",
NEW HATS, Coast Styles
1028 Nuuanu St.
Modern Ideas, of Comfort
in the office and in the home demand a circulation of the
8-Inch Electric Fan
will insure a circulation of the air. with absolute noise-lessness.
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