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EVENING BUtLETIN.fHONOLULU, T. H., SATURDAY, 'APR. 23, 1910
(GASOLINE GOSSIP "
' Lara lira rnnlillv inaMne a nntno for Johanpqcn end nrn nrknnwlcile?.! In no.
themselves. Tlio fiOO-mllo no-slop finer and tooro lnflullMiliiial.iy accurate
r,un of Mr. Odoll has created a Ron- than nnyroiliioH 'ijiUhla rounry..
Batloii on (ho mainland, nml several To tlip' unlnltlatryV (fiey appear only
letters have beon received which con- nB bright llttl block of'jitcM, of
cratulnte Odell on the performance Biros Inca-paqlrlit'to gradually tnaUtvo
of the Hudson. "W" 'y'PSf .'! H'llnlng HPPf-cs, pn
Turn lli,li-niu wnrn crtl.1 nn onn ilhx' I'"' " " ".' ." V
,Tho Schuman Garago had n busy I'ae'tird fan aro aim fcolnrj off well,
w.i1 nu.l DVirn1 'mnKlilnna wirn 111(1 II IMh II.IM KlC llllcllltm 11B1
lSo'd to Honolulu people. A Loco- nceii hum in i;. ll w odeiinusr, nun
mobile ri dolUercd to James Jae-Mn' r beauty.
' cer. who nurchased the machine ns a Oourge Sherman, n wealthy tnurht
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present. BIMiop Itestnrlck has wno "s (emeu in iioihmuiu,
fboMRht a Ford car from the Schu
Ij'man people, and a Mitchell slx-cylln-
! dor, fifty-horsepower has been for
wnrded to the Volcano Stables, II Ho.
A Jnpanoso chauffeur named Ku-
.jvn'iara has purchased a five-seated
, Atl'choll, and Intends putting it In
Utb rent business on the Kancoho
' ntiil Honolulu run.
p Hy tho Wllhclmlna tho Sthutnan
tciarngo rocolved four Mlfhcll cars.
fnrd a big shipment of the Handera
'H expected In the near future. The
Flinders Is a lowprlcod machine
that will open tho eyes of the people
who think that a Rood car can not
ho obtained fqr a medium price.
Tho new model Mitchells aro be
coming ory popular, and they aro
iory different to tho tpo of car the
Mitchell peoplo turned out somo
tlrao ago. The cars are ery strong
r ones, and the engines aro very iow
crful. Tho Mitchell cars that aro to
he seen on the other Islands have all
done good work In tho pist.
Tho Von Hamm-Young Carago re
ports buslnoss as iery brisk, and the
subagents on the other Islands are
also kept going all tho tlnu C. J.
Schocnlng Is on Maul ut present, and
ho la enthusiastic About tho manner
In "which tho cars handled by the
Von Hamm-Young people aro selling.
Assistant Manager Thompson of l'i
unone has purchased a Cadillac, nud
ho Is delighted with tho well-know u
1 make of automobile. Mr. Sloggett of
Haiku has also lnosteil In a Cadll
lac, and swears by tho machine.
Threo olhcr Cadillacs are as good as
sold, and naturally tho von Hamm
Young pcor)!afeol elated ocr Hie
business done on the Valley Island
A subagency has been opened at
"Walluku. Maul, and Carl Waldeyp?
Is In charge of It. Expert mechan
ics' and chauffeurs will bo kept al
Hio agency, and all kinds of repairs
will io done there. An Overland
t car has beon also sold through tho
exertions of Salesman Schoenlng.
' Tn IlnnMiili, n PnrlMln lina hunn
irileHvereilto, H.irold Dillingham and
ij on Autocar u u. uaruincr.
gone In for a Packard car, and he
has engaged Clarke, tho woll-known
chauffuur, to operate tho machine,
Tho Kati.il agency of the an
Hamm-Young flnrago Is managed by
J. X" Hogg, ai.il ho Is In town at the
piosciu time looking uur the auto
mobiles at tho headquarters. He
otd two Thomas slx-cyllnder cars
last wenk One wont to Mr. l'urvls
and the othl r to tlenrgo Wilcox,
The Mnxuult tars havo mndn n
hit on Kauai, and two of them have
been Mild lo nell-knowu men on the
Garden Is and. A llul.'k touring car
was nlio told to (1. V. Nnhlkon, of
iwnual, mid the inaihll.o Is doing ex
On Hawaii, tho Volcano Stables
aro tho agents for the nn llamni
Young Garage, and tho company re
ports busliiPMi ns brUk. An Olilsmn.
bile soven-passonger car was bought
for tho i cut turWce nt I lll. and the
Halny City people nrn taking to the
auto game In fine shape. J Monsnr-
rat has purchased a Cadillac, and an
other machine of the simo make has
been told In a lllln business man
Tho uin Hamm-Young Garage has
Just icrdvi'il a Model 18 Packard
runabout tar Thero am a high-
diss muhlne, and are considered to
be tho best uilue for tho money that
can be obtained In Hawaii or any
Ar" shlpniei.t of Itulcks Is expo tej
wlthlu tho npxt week or ten ilajs.
and ono of them has been sold tn
arrive, to K. 13 Conan. An Over
land has also been purchased by '
Hcllbron and another h Dr. llrlg-ham.
Tho Haynca car, which la handled
h J. A Oilman of this city. Is sell-
lutt well, nml n number of the ma
chines. hao been sold ((Jarrho. The
Hnynes peoplo liue been In tlin nu
tomoblle business ever slnro the
last week, and If there had bten
more of (he earn op hnnd, seral
could hnve been disposed of. A
shipment of Hudsoiu .Is expected In
the near future, anil tho factory can
not keep up with tho demand.
The Hudson car won the Dajtona
Ilcach (Florida) handicap lately, and
t,ho popular machine did somo ex
cellent work. Many of tho llttlo
beauties havo beon sold to arrhe,
and It takes the factory all Its time
(o keep anywhere near the mark In
supplying, machines. ,
Tho Chalfncrs Detroit machines nro
selling well, nlio, and many of III cue
popular tars Hro to bo semi all ovor,
the Territory. Tho C-l) Is n mc-dlum-prkA
cur that appeals to auto
ists who like a wcll-Ilnlshcd and
Automobltlng Is making great
strides In thec Islands, mid In the
city of Honolulu alone there nj C2D
machines registered at present. The
Indications pre tint the six hundred
mark will be pissed before many
months' are over, nnd then the tale
will not bo ended.
Tho brain begins to grnpo blindly
for comparisons when it Is suggested
that an Inch be divided Into but a
hundred parts. For even the hun
dred;h of pn Inch Ja Intlnlleslmally
small to thi nverngd mind, what
then If nn Inch be cilciilated In one
himdred times ono hundred parts
In other .ords, what If an inch bu
split Into ten thousand parts, each
with a definite, posl:tc valu;?
"Halrsbreadth" describes the aer
ago conception of closo measurement;
jet If a human hair be split length
wlso Into halves or even thirds one
of the split liiihcs will not incisure
more than tho thousandth of nu Inch.
On measurements as fins as this tho
essentially accurato parts Qf tho Cad
Iliac "Thirty" aro built; and tho cor
rectness nnd accuracy of thoso meas
urements are determined by a set of
standards absolutely Infallible, nnd
with which It Is posslblo to calculate
In tho terms of tho ten thousandth
part of nn Inch.
To tho measiiromcn'B ertibllshcd by
these standards am sot tho soap and
ncmitil ai tier
THE COMET'S TAIL
(By Bulletin Astronomer.)
The'iv has- been considerable dlnctiB
cion and conjecturo ns to what tin
effect will ho when tho tall of Halley'i
comet shall. In tlii tieir fuliire, mxeoi
this. Dinner,' Tho most eminent nie
M)a .flWied Ut tint our rxlsten
1'iir bo in ho way dP'tu-lrtil, Ciiiul.l
iio produced In at) alq-l1 ''yj'?'!',lw l( I',reno;i astimiomef
lnndltis ImpossIlilH lo .l"1,'1" latent essay pn tho subject
hf.llAl'illllWV tilllttttj , nl.w.t irn .t-f.
I'lcif . .1 fliiulliutf "1? Klf.ri liV'ntio I,'
right an(tes,(to ,tho .clgn of rnolher,
md slowly twined itnlll life oWi nr'o
parallel, llio.JH hlneki c lug 10 iMrh
other as thodgh tilanilct(rod.. tint
., j l i.i . ' . i:l'i , . i.
ii)ciu iii nu( iniiKneiisni in
iro held1 togctlicr'jij' a vat
feet as could
buyi.uu iiiviu ",4 nuiUKMk P"U J
run Btirrnpn nr urn iiifiiviiinii ri"ii ", .'"', .'-'v-v- '",ul. "
l.Wk. A. .n l,..n L, tn. ,.,.. W I" .?'.. O'l HIlO JBCnl M tt)
.-j.... .v ,.. .... --.,.-., lrtF vi'irt -of Hi ry n doni"t u rpinir
and surface foi Hjirfetqo, that ntntofl- nMb pktK...l0i7oceurr"d. i)r!i Vl
(inArln nrnnailrn hnMa llmtrt luinf iir r. ri. lulu. -. .... .
So sma'l a, thfnn'fnti A fleck of. ititAl
caught ho'ypjfi'j tho blocks oi'fd dc
stioy tile, effcot, ,so when used thoj
ao' carefully wiped freo of dust.
Ken heat and cold ha no pirecpt
Iblo effert on tho accuracy of tho Jo
hnns8en rtandards, duo tn the process
by which tho me'nl is trcalod.
The Cadillac Companv, manufactur
ing thoso parts of a motor cir on
which long life depends, Icrait'o of
tho reduction of friction to tliOttnlnl
mum. adopted tho Johansscu standards
on tho policy that the greatest possl
blo accuracy should govern the linking
of these parts, and because the Jo
hansson standards aro conceded by
engineers and bclcntlsts to 1)2 tho most
a curate made,
DOTS AND DASHES.
start of tho Industry, and the cars.
of the company have tnken nil sorts, rlllB Bal,KCs which tost tho sizes qf
ot prizes ai cxnioiuons. Cadillac parts lu tho hands of In
The Associated Garago reports The standards'themsehos are neccS'
Major Forn wHI act ns starter at
thn Marntlion.skatlt g race this over,
lug. Tliq JloOr Is in excpllent con
dition, nud ever thing points to u
good contest for second place.
The Hawaii will leave tho foot of
Fort street at 8:45 tomoriow morn
ing on a cruise, and nil members of without nKerlnc Its light or color.
tho jaclit club who wish lu goBhould solid, the nucleus must Ihen bo Iran
bo on time. -- parent.
Contrary to popular" bMlcf Kilnnir
nciihcHon niiusain whleh t mw n nn
on Nov', l(i,tha comul lost Ita I nil
so'ttit when It reippc-aiol nn th
Othehldd of tho sun II la I tin a)
ponranco of a lodml na!ia'nilty, with
out nn niipondago, tin i it wis onll
later, when it ictclir.l the dla'onc
of the planet Mars, thit n now ta!
was fnimol. A peculiarity of tho tat
Is (hat it does not follow behind th
comet In tho courso It h taking hu
Is projected In n direction opposlt
to tho s'"i.
As for tho head of the comet, Af
trononicr Garret 1'. Servlss sas It I
probably solid, Hut not a single soil
body. Ho tjilnks It llkoly that It con
slsts of a multitude of solid pirtlclcs
liVn n r'oon-nackPd miss of incteon
Tho fact that many comets aro knnwi
to hao turned Into meteor swarm
strengthens Ihls probability. Tho gar
eons portion of the comet does no
condense into cryslnls because Uter
is practically no pressure exertel ur
.on It In open space. Tho cold titer
wouki iio uoiiot no siiincient to miner
or solidify any gis, but expcrlmen
shows that cold alone canmt produc
this transfnriiiatlnn; llieip must b
great pressuic also. Tn mid still fin
(her to tho nnqtory of tho comet'
composition a Berlin observer si) 3 h
saw the comet piss li(ord a er
Vn ftir c tlio t"'Pl"li miinltiid
The handball terles between tho
1 Halley was not (ho original (llte.wo.-i
of thA ftniMti wlilhlt lipfiru lilrf tiitln
Y. M. C. A. team and tho Marines IIllt t0 Illm i,enng, ,,e nonor 0f ia
will bo Btnrted up afresh on Wednes- ng nnijo the first delnlto prollctl'
day next nnd some lIoso games nro of a comct'p ictuin 'li Its oiblt, an
anticipated. ,'n rccognl'jon of hla serxlcos astro.i
r , , mers hae ghen to the comet no
. I claiming general attention the nun
when Daby was sick, we gave her' of Halle;'.
Castoria. j Halley tiled In 1742, but ns 'ho yoi
When she was a Child, sho cried foi ' predicted for the cnuie 's leturn tire
Castoria. near astrrnomeis had faith n hi
When sho bocamo Miss, sho clung to mclent to malto nrepaiatlons In ol
Pictnri. servo it. The French sstroiiotno
..- . . " ,. Clalrnnt. took tho milter imstsorlou
nentnenaaunii(ircn,stiognvotiiem lv . ,....., ..... .,.. .. ecoourt
PAtliq Ahr. 22
input and was
MEETS ' ' " !
-President rnllleres tonight bii.o.uoted Col. noose-
clt, After the dinner, whlfh was attended ny memnera m no Buyrii.-
input nnd' was an impressive siain or.rnsipn, ijipro was a puimc .r..-,....
In honor of tho,toloucl, who contlniips tii he, , tho most tnlked-of man li)
Otllhi.! Roosevelt was g'recleii h'y many notables In tho literary and
dentin s world, the reception following tho hnnniiet given by tno i-rcs;
hlcnt of Franco being a remarkable gathering oftllstlngulslicd men. 4
' .its I'arls hreits U filled with accolin'ts of in'e doing of tho -mcrl-'in.
ux-I'rcsiliuiit'. ho Temn rnfqrs lf him up ttie most cpirtplcuouj
dxure In thb world, and blher writers predict his reelection to the pres
idency tif'lhi United State's. " ,,
Thpro s a t.romeudnus demand for ndmlsson to Hie nddrcsj to bo
delivered1 by Colonel ItnoseVolt tornorroW.
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Dlt.' 1IYDE INVENTS HEV MURDEB iEETHOD .
KANSAS CITY. Mo., Apr. 22. In the trial of Dr. Hyde for tho mur
der' of' fl'ella' SwOiip yeserdi,'lhVimlspt:Ulonle eloped Its theory .thnj
thp dofciilr'pailKed the ilciilh rtf the wfim.Kli by Introducing jyphold fevef
go'rtn'ltllo''llerli)!ilcmvthfougli presents of candy infected with tho
germs. According to tho theory under which thn police nre proceeding,
thq jloclor doUbnrntnlv sOjt, about lo cftu,sq .-$ deatluof the young wo
man by giving her typhot.il fov,er. This Is tn form.flf, .oUqnlng wlhoii
precedent ''In the criminal history of tho country, and the case Is at
tracting extraordinary Interest. , . ii'
Illness of Stella swope was on
j Hdo, "
ling extraordinary Indrcs,l. (
A nurse1 who wasl cmplpsCd In the Inst (ll
wllntbjsian.l"e"stcrdny.' 'he ,te)jtl(lcd, t.
:s'sian.re"stcr'dny.' Sheetlljcd to he fact,,that thc ieccase;t
tMihold fover ten (lays aftet eating Borne, candy tglvpri Jer vf
v! .1 1-
the Influence of romq of the plane!
upon Its orbit ho preillcto 1 I ho con
- ..""- " o- jc " !. i,.. . .,, .iinf-; jiv -ror neni
Tho many sales mid Inquiries ns lo the sarlly marvels of accuracy. They aro the Bulletin office,
'For Bent", cards on tale at et'S perihelion pasSago on April l: "
liSD, with a posBiiiic error of a month
ther way. Astoronomcrs began tho
earch for It ns early as the beginning
t 17r,8, but It 'was first seen by an
Tiattitr named I'alittech near Dres
"U on Christmas day 17r,8, 11 pass
1 Its porlhollon on March 12 1TC9,
tst within tho limits assigned by
ialraut. It was seen throughout Uu
ape during April nnd May.
TO CURE A GOLD IN ONE DAY'
TakeLojtatlve Bromo Quinine
Tablets. All druggists refund
the money if it' fails to cure.
E. W. Grove's signature is on
PARIS MEDICINE CO, St. louit, 0 8. A.
fjy "For Sale" Claras at B
''ilARK TWAIN" A MI11I0NAIKE.
N'I3V YOHK, Apr. 22, Ilnrper and lirothers, publishers for tho
Into Sainigel I Clemens state that tho roj allies received by tho lalo au
thor on sales it his books amounted to over a million dollars. The sales
of his hooks, according to the, flnutoj of tho publishers, show him to havo
been the most popular author of the rciilury.
HnrpCTH' tdiifemcnt nhriws that more than firo million copies of
Mark Twain's works wprp sold lu America alone, since Harpers becamo
his sola publlslipis Home rnrs ago. lu addition to this, several million
copies wore told nhrnnd. Thcie were, translations Into every modern lan
guage, of his principal works. ,
Clemens died almost a millionaire, thp money from sales of his works
during tho past teu jears having nccumulntPd for him n great "fortune,
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UN FBANCISCO OFFICIALS GREET PRINCE.
SAN FIlAJsVISt'O, Apr. 22. r.'lnro T'no was tho guest of honor to
nlRht nt a public and ofllel il reception at tho l'alacc Hotel. It was ono
of tho most brilliant functions scon hero In recent )ears. The Chlncsq
lx Companies took a prominent part In tho arrangements.
Major McCarthy nnd other ofllclats of the local government assist
ed In the public reception to tho prince, and tho military authorities also
'cok part In the reception. Tho prlnro was given n spoclnl military
uaid, and his entertainment and reception hero wero most elaborate.
Some people buy one automobile and then another
before' they are satisfied that they have the best. Each
exchange adds to the cost of the machine finally decided
ujtori, because a sacrifice must be m'dde every time. Tl)e
aggregate loss may be saved by btfying the be'st in the
first instance'. ThS best is a1 Haines.
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j A car that contains $4000 worth of goodness and it sells at $2250.
- The Haynes is the last of the 1910 cars on thev market, and it has
all of the good construction points of those that sell for double' the money;
' Haynes built the first American car in 1893 and today the Haynes
Automobile contains the results'of the experience and accumulated efforts
of the best manufacturers in Europe' and America. r ' l ll ' '
A Haynes is absolutely high-class, and-has won forty-one first prizes,
medals or perfect scores, in forty-one 'consecutive contests. You get all
the benefit of the Haynes reputation and record, the positive guarantee
of highest quality, in the Haynes "Model 19" car for $2250. ' The 'car1 is
complete no extras to be'paid for. ( -
We will be pleased to demonstrate a Haynes car at any time it may
suit your convenience, uur ume ueiunga lu yuu ii yuu are uueresieum
automobiles. ' 4
Note the Specifications and Equipment
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FRONT AXLE single .piece drop forging of special steel I-beam section.
REAR AXLE Full floating type special pressed Bteel housing; weight of the car car-
' rlcd on housing Tlmken roller bearings throughout.
BRAKES Two separate systems of brakes, one external band operating on a press
ed stee) drum, the other Internal expanding, Adjustment accessible and
BODY 'n(le fiom carefully selected threo-ply wood. Runabout body made from
tho same material with single rumble seat.
BEARINGS Tlmkoit roller bearings throughout, front wheels, transmission and rear
COLOR Hojal Jlluo or Ilrcwsler Green.
CLUTCH Haynes contracting steel band upon bronze drum.
DIAMOND TIRES 3xl Inches front and rear. Marsh quick detachable rlra.
,, . ,ti DRIVE 3,,a.ft lJrhe w,t" hoveled pinion and genY,' .mounted, on Tlmken roller
,,, hcnMngs, eliminating all friction, side thrust and no'lso entirely.
EQUIPMENT"'11" 'l'i"" equipment, top, glass front, speedometer, complete set of
, tpols. Jack and tire repair outlll. "
FRAME Solid rolled pressed Bteel. " "
GEAR RATIOS3 7-15 to 1; 3 1-7 to 1.
""""IQNITION 9pl"dorf migneto, dual system.
LUBRICATION 3l,,nBhi al"' 'orco "ed oiler, located in tho bottom half of the crank case,
t oil pump from special reservoir to euglno bearings by gear driven pump,
Insuring posltlvo lubrication under nil conditions.
MOTOR Four cylinders 4-lnch boro and 6-Inch stioke offqot. Cylinders cast In
pilrs tery ldrgo water packets.
SPRINGS- Front, soml-olllptic; rpar, threo-quirtors elliptic. ,
STEERING GEARWorm and sector gear' type Irreversible,
TANK CAPACITY IS gallops.
' . TREAD 38' Inchqs.
TRANSMISSION Solostlyo type, giving threo speeds forward nnd ono worse.
VALVES Nickel steel heads, electrically ryoldod to stems. Inlet nnd exhaust valves
same slzo and Interchangeable.
WEIGHT 2500 iba , ready for tho road.
,WHEEL BASE "0 Inches.
ROOM 400 JUDD BUILDING
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SOLE AGENT, HONOLULU
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