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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, April 23, 1910, 3:30 EDITION, Page 8, Image 8',
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r.vr.NiNo nut.i.riTiN, noN'ounr t i SATrmuY vn 21, 1010.
In all the latest Shades and Colors
50c a yard
Also a Large and Complete Line
Just received and ready for sale
L. B. KERR & CO., LTD.,
Every Member of the Family
WILL FIND USE TOR AN
EACH ONE CAN USE IT IN HIS OR HER OWN
ROOM, FOR IT CAN BE ATTACHED TO ATTY LAMP
The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.
NEW HATS, Coast Styles
IN BUSINESS CiHCLES
(Continued from Page 7,)
melit. Column A Is from San Kran- lect, from l'HKot Sound direct, or
clsio via I'uget Sound, nndhls Is from San DIiro via Sun Francisco;
tuc tariff wlu.i linn Just been with- C from Portland ln San Prntielsco.
draw n II from Sin rmiulsio dl- II and C still being cfltcltve:
l1oncr.il Menhnudlsn . ..
Alfalfa mini . . .
Ilrl I., 10J, per M
Uriel, pielscd and crate
Uriel., lire, per M
Coal, In satks, 2,2 10 hs
Colic, In sauks, a, 24(1 lbs
Firewood, per mid ....
no ir .'. . .
Uialtt and lVed
(li'sollne and distillate, on dock
It ly, any slie. hale, pi r f t ;
I lm In barrels, pi'r bbl ,
Lumber, tough or soft, a no It H lias per M
Lumber, vnojtli or hard, par M....
MldJIInpn ...... ..i
Onlpi-j atJ'i potiiioiM, racked or uutol
Steel r.illi, not over 30 ft
Shingles, per M ... .S
;v 2. tin
V-v -- no
2. no 1 4. SO
j. no 4. no
4. no 'Coo
4. no o.ou
.i.r.o i. no
Special 4. no
:i.Cii 4. no
12.00 in. oo
3, no 4, no
3, no 4. no
3 no 4. no
n.oo n. oo
.0." , liu;
8.00 N U.nlt
.oo in. co
3. no 4. no
3. GO 4.0"
3. no 4. no
Then- figures khiiw wluit a decld- local millers had i..is field largely
fii ndv.muigo san rrtinclsoo liadon to tlicnibclvei, as mill feed prices
merchandise which docs not require rule lower here than at San Prun
itipld tlellveiy, 'Ihla applies parti-' Cisco. llowecr, with the dlrfcren
uhrly to tho by productB or Hour" ""' tho California mlllors enjojed
mlUf. for which heretofore there was " ? advantage and, as a re
, , suit, Washington millers asserted
n piouilslng field for l'ugct Soundl that t,loy cou(1 no compet0 d
inH'cis tinder previous conditions wcro losing tho Hawaiian mirltct.
Newspaper Artist Back
The cartoonist will ho remembered
as having been with Admiral Downy
at Ilia battle of Manila Hay. He was
n war correspondent representing a
Bjndlcato of papers In tho i'ast tit
McCutchoou Htlll recalls having vol
unteered for duty passing powder dur
ing the battle nml received a modal
from Congress for his action. Ho re
mained there for over n jear and took
part In several of the jpampalgns of
Mr. McCutchcon Is n life-long friend
of George Ado and Illustrated Ado's
first books. I rtterly ho has been Illus
trating Mr Doolej.
Ho lias enrned n fortuna with his
pencil and at tho present tlme-enjnv s
wider jKipulailtj and a larger Inrnmi
Road what Aycr's
for a woll-known
who writca :
"I was for manr yean
aiuffcrot from bolls and
other eruptions of a like
naturo, caused by tho Impover
ished state of my blood. My
appetite was poor and my system a
good dol run down. Knowing Uio
by observation of tho good Itliad dono
to otliors, I begau talcing It. My appe
tite Improved, al aiost from tho first
doso: then my general health !m-
knrnvml. nn.l limy It t ftYrflllpflL I
x-. ....-, .- -
feel a hundred per cent, stronger, and
I attribute this result to Ayer's Sar
saparllli, which I rocommend with
all confldfttico as tho best blood medi
cine evor devised."
A tow mtule, Ayer' Sarsa
parilla contain no alcohol.
There are many Imitation
Be cure you got "Ayor'3."
triH'ti l Or I. C Ayir 4 C , li I, iu II S.A.
AVr.U rrLLS. tb. b.il ftmllr Littln.
After an exit u led ttlp Into tin) wilds
of Africa In tho wako of Colonel Hooso-
velt nml mrlv Inlin T MrOiilrlinnn "",UI l"'!""""' " " ifKr Hie J
tl newse'r a?.u na'uSt' ", 0,hur car,0""it '" " ""
whoso pictures hnvo inado tho Ch'cagn ?1 .., u ..,.. ........
Trllnme and otherln.luent.al mainland lh ' ' "I 'VZ, , " ',
liapors faiiioun, Is jiasslug through !lo
Asia at tho poit and he wis shown
-lM,;!!,MlBeraAZ8fcU"!0r '" l" 1,nClnr """' " "'o DolntB of Interct.
McCntcheon his been spending con
ildcrablo limo In Afrlci innklnx a ro- SUUAK TO the amount nf 3500
lies of animal sketches from life. Ho Racks arrived at the port from tho
also pai Help itcd In the killing of somo Garden Island by tho Inter-Island
big game vlille thero, steamer Kenuhou.
AUDIT COMPANY OF
024 BETHEL STREET
P. 0. Box G40
Conducts all classes of Audits and
Investigations, and furnishes Reports
on all 2:ind3 of financial work.
Sui""estions given for simplifying
or systematizing office work.- Alt
WH1TNEV& MARSH, Ltd,
New Season's " '
Tailored and Embroidered
Watch Out for our Sale of
On Monday, May 2nd
the Bulletin office.
cards on tale at
TUB MAUI of the Inter-Island sor- I'Unsnil OSIIOIIN of tho steamer
vlco was reported by tho offlcers of Keauhou reports the following sugar
tho Cascade, loading sugar at Kukal nwaltlng shipment on Kauai: K. S. Oo
nil, and was then to proceel to I.au- iG0i M. S Co. 19.000! U V. ICOr.i):
pihoehoe for additional sugar. The . M. 1010; 1C S. M. 9150; K. I'.
steamer Helena Is at Koholalelo ills- " "105: McB. 13.248; O. & It. 1030;
charging freight. The steamor Kalit- V. K. 1600; M. A K. 25 913.
I laul Is taking on sugar at Paaiihiu tho '
i.muimu nii:ii-jrs:iiiK ut iiikuiii-iu-iu Vntumllv It In the mail Ul) a llicll
nn.l lli lunlnnl InnH ..- mnr .tl In. .'MniUinil) l IS UIO HUIII up II lllgll
miliiii nt Hie. tlmi nf ilf-n irttiri nf tha
I Ci'tcade from these ports.
tree who does tall thinking. -Dallas
Five Times Last Year's Call for
The demand for Overlands is five times that or last year.
And we are making five times as many. Yet the Over
land last year was one of the big-selling cars. A car. which
so wins its way against today's competition must, as you
know, be a remarkalple car.
You Owe This to Yourself ,
This is no ordinary tar thi O.erhnJ. It should not be considered
as meiely one or ths many,
Rcueinbcr that 27 inwiths ago the car w&s entirely unknown, and it
had scores cf we!l-e3tablished comps:iton. Today there are four factories,
employing 4,000 men, turning out 1 10 Ovci lands daily to meet the over
whelming demand. And a fifth factory is being equipped.
This season's advance orders from dealers called 'for $24,000,000
worth of Overland cars. And this d mand was created without any ad
veitising sclcly by the cars themselves.
We are turning out five times oar output of one year ago. Yet, at
this wr.ting March 1 we are 1,70J rs behind on orders for iramedi
You owe to yourself a knowleJgj of this car. It has won over others
ch sheer merit alone. And the dcmir.d is increasing several times as
fast as fcr the best other tar that wj know.
The fcts which fire winning these legions of buyers are bound to
win yoj when ou know them. It ij wirth a silent wait if it is neccs
tare to gel this sucerior car. Eve -y Overland dealer has at least cars
to show. You can see them nnd tr'them. And most of our dealers who
have otdeted ahead can deliver wit't reasonable promptness, We are o
iug to supply the demand.
Two Careful Customers
Thcie are two users of Overlands whose requirements are extreme
ly tevcie. For 18 months the Qoverimcnt has used Overland cars in its.
mE;l service. The cars must run 75 miles a day, winter and summer,
without missing a trip. A virtual n .vice must be able, to care for them
without breakdowns, delays or trouble, And the cars must cost less than
hones, compared with the service performed. For a year and a lialf the
Overland has snlendidlv met these requirements.
The J. I. Case Threshinb Machine Co. supilies Overlands to its coun
try kalesmen. These cars must travel any road in any weather. They
must alv8"s keep going without ex rl oHrntion, and must show a low
cost of upkcei. That concern has selected the Ovetland as best suited
to these requirements,
Nine buyers in ten seek that sort of car., They seek a car as faith
ful as a horse, as economical as a horse,, and as easy as a horse to drive
and to care fcr. They want a trouble-proof car which no conditions will
faze, and a car which gives most for the money. If you compare cars as
did these careful buyers you will choose the car they chose.
Some Important Reasons
We will leave to our catalog the technical details. But let us point
cut tii: main reasons why the Overland, where known, has so captured
the trade. -
The car was designed by a mechanical genius after most other cars
hsd been fully developed. He had for his basis all the best ideas that
the best engineers had worked out. He compared the creations of a
hundred designers by the actual results in use. And he chose for every
part of his car the device that had moved itself best.
'Then he developed a wondcuul engine powerful, simple, nll-en-during.
He made the lubrication automatic, He got rid of the complex
Th:n he studied simplicity. He k.iew that the best way to minimize
trouble vas to reduce the number of parts. He invented one cart to take
the place of a number, wherever this could be done. A single nart which
lie invented did away with 47, The next 3tep was to solve the question
of ease in operation.
The Pedal Control
Three of ths Overland models oieiate by uedal control. Push a
pedal to go ahead and backward to lcveise. Push another pedal for
ward to cet on high speed. The ha ds hae nothing to do but steer. As
a result, a child can muter the car in ten minutes. A novice can run it
the first time he takes the wheel.
The Willys-Overland Co . Toledo, Ohio
Von Ilamm-Young Co., Ltd. Sole Agents
The Ovciland is' almost troub's prccf. Give it oil and water and it
will always keeo comg. We have rjn one of these cars for 7,000 miles,
night and day. without stoppiig the engine. Many a man has run an
Overland from 7.C00 to 10,000 miles without even cleaning a spark
plug. And the car has been run at far as 28 miles on one gallon of
vasoline. That is why Overland owners sell these cars to others. Our
whele marvelous growth has been due to that fact.
Our Costly Machinery
About $3,000,000 has been invested in plants and machinery for pro
""ducing the Overland car. The parts are all made by automatio ma
chines, so that error or variation is out of the question. Accuracy is
secured, to the ten-thousandth part o.' an inch. The system is the same as
that employed in watch-making. Ai a result, Overland parts are all in
terchangeable. Every part after each operation is subjected to careful inspection.
There are more than 10,000 cf thess inspections of the various parts of
each car. Then every chasis.-before the body is added, is given a thorough
test on tlie road. As a result, every Overland car goes out in perfect
The Minimized Cost
Our enormous production and labor-saving machinery enable us to
make cars for much less than others. This saving alone would give us
a very fair orofit. In the past year alone, through multiplied output pud
new, machinery, we have cut the cost 20 per cent.
This voir we are selling a 20 horsepower Overland, with a 102-inch
wheel base, for $1000. No other car of equal cower and size is sold
nearly so lew.
We sell a 40 horsepower Over'.and, with a 112-inch wheel base, for
$1,250, For $1,500 we are selling a car with all the power and speed
all the style and anoearance that any man can want. All prices include
five lames and magneto.
With a smaller outnut and less modern machinery it is out 61 the
question for 'any maker to give what the Overland gives for the money.
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