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flgplft,, ; t , - rrEtfmo BTOtETht, Hottottrui, t. h., 5ATt'ibAT, ;uly 2, 1910. ',".
iLEANED'ATGiARAGES lIBnHHHBCi l?; j1 t i -js-s
kfMarthger Seymour Hall of the As- means to them hotter ttrrips financially M&J&ifiSi 'iH I yu wen ("" &
iMariAger Seymour Hnll of the As-
,)cIatod garage had a Iniey week and
Kany sales were made. A well-1
faown Maul man purchased a dial
ers "40", and It was shipped to him
4Tho Hudson Twenty car is a pop-
far one. and five of them are ex
ited to arrlvo on the Siberia next
cd machines are making n hit.
W the orders' for them are, rolling
kill the time.
The Chalmers car Is also going
ingj and the 1911 model Is now
tiling' In for sale. Five of tho lat-
type of Chalmers will arrive In
l near future, nml there Is no
lib! of the popularity of the make.
o 1911 .cars are 30 and 40-horRe-
iwer, and generally arc better fin
ed. If possible, than the 191U
J'ho small cxpenso of running the
almors cars Is demonstrated by
a fact that Manager Hall of the
tibclated Went to the troublo of
eplng tab on a couple of the ma-
.lncs. and he found that the coit ol
o upkeep of both cars as regards
Asollne', storage, tires and repairs
uy came iu uu uvviukc ui u.
(The Schuman garage sold four ma
Sines during tho week, and among
em were two Mitchells. These car
. going oft well, and all the par
Ma,.!.- Um nwivnaM IhAm.nlVAl
inVCIB UL UVtll Vlvon IMVIUBVKV.
itfdellghted with the new models
Mr. Emory bought a Mitchell, and
bthor well-known man also pur-
ascd ono of these cars. A Stude
iker-Flandcrs was sold to Captain
mberlako of Fort lluger, and it has
en doing good work around town.
to Flanders Is rapidly becoming u
rorlto in these Islands, and the lit.
low-priced cars arc selling very
J, a ..it, ATh-
Manager Congdon of tho Park The-
)r bought a Ford machine during
week and he Is doing some fine
jft with the car. Three Fords ar-
d on'the Sierra, and two of them
t sold to arrive. A Locomobile
came in, and a beautiful ma-
e lt(is to look' at. The Locomo-
Is afcar that attracts attention
'ln're,' and ono that makes a trl-
amount of noloo even when
ur MItch'ells aro expected to ar-
e on,thqnLurllne, and these cars
reffhearly all been sold to arrive.
e Mltch'ell sew model Is a flne car,
i aYgrcat Improvement on the' old
is thatfwos sold In Hawaii.
Dio von Hamm-Young Company's
ago unci repair shop ha's had a very
lywcek. The largo staff of expert
chantct has been kept very busy
lairing and overhauling a number
private; cars. Tho electrical expert
, being much appreciated and already
lumber) of electric cars and a lot of
Tories havo been turned over to
a for attention.
h interesting bit of news received
.ring the week Is the" fact that a
tp'o-Hartford which started together
lli soventy other cars on tho At
Ita to New York 1100 mile road tour
Is ono. ont of seven cars which fin
Jed with a perfect score Mr. Ed
?f H. Inman of Toledo, who drovo his
In' PopeHartfqrd, reports as fol-
Hhe Atlanta New York good roads
u camp to a close Monday after
)n. At Just 4:30 o'clock the first
made Its" appcaranco In Herald
- lire au'd ono by one fifty-seven of
i seventy cars to start made their
up to tho final check In. Seven
wished with perfect scores. The
i with tho hoodoo number, a Pope'
Irtford.i appeared too Btrong and
filthy to succumb to Its malicious In
Bnco and was one or mo seven cars
It. finished with a perfect score.
fir. Edward II. Inman of Atlanta
fered his Pope-Hartford and covered
Kentlro distance of 1100 miles with
3Mkn otlfFl.iAot rflfflniltv with thn ax
itlon of three punctures. The
Kvy Htdrms had put thd roads In a
TfiTil condition and added to a groat
fcMn Mm difficulties of the trln. It
iroimtcd'to ono great mud plug most
of tho way and has made the per-
nance of tho perfect score cars all
tmoro wondorful uhder tho Increas.
Ilr,- Inman, a prominent capitalist
be South, Is an enthusiastic motor-
Eurciaiou EBruxe nau n uusy wren umi ttuu in a ujzni uintr wnyi. innun,i y-iviu. ij'TZ'.,mr1,trt7-i ''ii'ii.f.iiT(rrjfK t ?rv'ivnj7 i jvw ' -- ut ,v: l
. - u.1 j J7 iu-Mv n ru t iii7 mm -mm mrw m mrm m - m cz m riwi . ww & -r . v vs. j j 1.11 11 v
aad entered the run purely for Cadillacs'' for Ihe municipal
:t's sake His fr ends accompany. of
him looked on It as tho roost "'.
Sble sort of an outing, for tho"
i carrled,them through spme of
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A..k aaha In thn. nniiniPV In
,e of adverse weamcr conniuoim
FT, .11 evnriH.iii.rt the r enovmenl,1"" lw. " "'" " i"
'.T J JAln..l t.n. 1. flnma
Si .-. ..j .Mnr.i thnt it camp,
ito their expectations In every ro-
'it ti, fnM thnt no factory was
wyway connected with this entry adopt mblor com oii an adjunct to
illntorcst to Mr. Inman's success the performance of municipal duties,
tfgbos to show what amateur work' Twelve cars, of Ave different makes,
Tdo', Popo cars havo been entered were Installed. Included In' this
(dflvdn by thulr owners In all number were the" thfea Cadillacs. A
Isjpf contests and almost without very systematic and' accurate record
5ptIonhavo acquitted themsolvcs waB kept of the1 cost or operotltig
threat credit, and maintaining these cars; and it
r,(hls trip up from Atlanta the cars was very largely due to the excep
sod through nine States. The on lioaal allowing MiitfUJiy trj$ vCadll
V' population of thirty-Tour largo lacs that tlin New York order for
"n nml plllnn Rtood with oneii ariiis Idll cats' was nlace'd. in Its entlrptv.'
'greet,' .them, and mako them corn,
Kge'durlns", their 8tar. Thlo tour
Tnr Ihnm nti,t mntlA them Com
means to tliefti better tlntpg financially
and In a dnien nihtff wny Profiting
by the nilvnnta;:o .ilncl frori Imt
ycart tour In Ihe matter of road de
velopment tbt'y nee" the automobile as
tho great clvllUcr ami modernlscr
that It Is.
The 1'opc Is not only making a namo
for' Itself as to reliability, but durlns
the past )car has proven In bo ono of
tho fastest and strongest, car's made In
l'ope-Hartfoul enthusiasts will bo
pleased to hear that the lull an
aounccments of the rope-Hartford
vllt be out shortly. This line nlll In
cludo both tho four and six cylinder
cars. The cng'lno will have a lar'V
bora ami stroke. d'evelOrlhg m...h
greater power; tho iIWIiik" gear will!
)e three In number, which dpes away
with a great deal of noise In the
'ion; thcro will bo an Improved clutch
uechanlthi and a transmission which
remarkably compact nttd nm- lcok
Ing, which will havo four speeds In i
tead of three, tho drcct speed bclnj
on the fourth. There will be Improv
ed brakoa, and am Imprmed frame,
irehed at the rear wheels, and the
ramc will be not on'y much finer
looking and bettor constructed, but
will set a little lower to the ground,
'Mng at tll same time, however,
plenty of clcaranco for tho fly-wheel
i'Iiu whcel-baso will be Increased to
124 Inches, and tho wheels will bo
3Cx4J4 front and rear. In addition
to the above a great many refinements
will be observed all over the car,
The Cadillac Motor Car Company Is
still working day and night to supply
tho tremendous demand for the. 1910
cars. Tho on Hamm-Young"" Com
pany rcceled another carload of Civ
dlllais lately, one of which Is being'
shipped this week to a prominent
Other sales for tho week Include a
iDuIck shipped to Mr. Krlc KdwanW
" M . '' ThnmnK ,,,. , n ,)rom.
of Naalcbu. a Thomas solil to a prom
inent local party, several rencrvotlons
of 1911 Packards, and a number of
Tho Supply Department of tho von
Uamm-Young Company has received
ndvlccB from tho Codst to tho effect
hat owing to the largo .advanco In the
prlco of tho raw p'rodtict the prices
if tires will bo advanced by tho vari-i
ous tiro manufacturers on July 1st I
Mr. Frank Athcrton writes the von
Hamm-Young Company from Detroit,
that be has purchased d Cadillac there
und that he Is touring tho East with,
Jh"o -Subcrlntendcuts and Fore-i
ijarPJ-Cluli'.oUCElcaBO. an organiza
tion-jot clghtrtflve members, compos-1
cd of "tho managers of tho greatest
mechanical plants In tho Middle
West, all expert's in advanced' me
chanics, recentljrvfsited-tho plant o'f
Thomas U. de"fferrrCo7r at Keno-
ha, to study -the sjatcm of ad
vanced p"hyslcal-nnd chemical tests
employed In determining the quality
and efficiency of Rambler parti and
to -watch those methods by which
standaraltallont parts has been at
tained through extreme accuracy in
workmanship and the rigid inspec
tion system which the Ilamblcr peo
These experts followed the pro
duction of tho Ilamblcr from the
drop forge shop, whwe a battery of
steam forges makes' every drop forg
ing from the smallest va'lvd stem to
the largest crankshaft, to the body
finishing1 nnd Inspection department
vhere every Humbler body is made
complete and finished In the most
' A Bpe'lal study was made of tho
methods employed in standardlclnc
Rambler parts and making all Inter
changeable through' careful grinding,
and Cnlshng processes assuring ab
solute accuracy. They observed the
processes for treating and harden
ing metals for all Important parts,
such us gears, an I Inspected, (lie
Rambler laboratory where Infinite
labor Ib oxperided over Uniform horse.
power formulae, chemical
materials and torsion tests of all
parts which are subject to strains.
Th'e city of New York has again
paid the Cadillac Thirty the highest
possible honor, in the form of an
order for ten of these" cars for the
municipal service. This Is In addi
tion to and closely follows an order
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1 I U tltj V v-w uisthbu
rnilllliii. nmlnilani'ea nre In use by
- -7 , .i. i. i
and three had
vloifsly been In
use by the UrooKlyn'thln plate type, whlc'l Isregumriy
departments: IlrobldJ-fl' wfar the first
borough of Orenter New York to
Drflth iHl PnillllUH rnntnnViv
the ten cart, si are to be
as" irsMse ,
? 4HIR BSk ,,rBfi KJfeft?ar
I " I iak 9irri di ' bVhivj
Built by the Locomobile Co. of America, Bridgeport, Conn.
A lHqtop Car Developed Through
Eleven Years, Specializing in
Automobilp Manufacture '
"Rome wai not bujlt in a day."
Years of thought and labor vcrc required for its building.
It still stands an imposing object lesson the product of
care, of painstaking building. (
It required ELEVEN YEARS to produce the 1010 Lo:omo
bile eleven years of actual manufacturing and developing
in the Locomobile plant.
These years of labor were fruitful.
The 1010 Locomobile combines all the refinement and per
fection that can result only from long years of spscializin"
in automobile construction.
Two types "30'' Shaft-Drive, "40" Chain-Drive.
Limousines, Landaulcts, Touring Cars, Roadsters.
equipped with deml-tonneau bodies
and four with five-passenger touring
Word has Just been received that
thb Cadillac "Thirty" finished the,
Atlanta to New York flood ltoads
Tour with a perfect .scoro.,
Out of more than sixty cars in
tho run, tho Cadillac was ono of only
Ix to finish without a mark to Its
dls;realtj ino car was entered u
. . . B.I ... . i- . 1
l). K. Mccoll, a cotton mercnant oi
Ilcnnottsvl le. 8. C. and drlvon by
George Ilalley of Urecnvllle.
Ordinarily tha avcrago user of nil
electric automobile rrilght not bo In
terested In the long distance contin
uous run possibilities of' Ills car; but
when these possibilities aro reduced
to a matter of so many dnjB' runs
without recharging, they do possess
It a car has a battery that will
carry It 137 miles without recharg
ing, it means that tho car could
be used for four dau, and travel un
overage of 34 miles dally, without
tenewlngjthe current supply.
Tha( su.h mileage ns that men
tioned Is possible Is shown by n re
port Just received from Philadelphia
by the Anderson Currlago Company,
manufacturers ot tho Detroit , Elec
tric. This Is that W. II, Parker of
Philadelphia driving a stock roail
sto(r model, drove the car from Phil
adelphia to Atlantic City and return
without recharging Jho battery, Tho
exact distance was 137 u mile?, and
the avorago speed ya8 IB mUes per
Tho car which mado this remark
able trip was regularly equipped In
every detail. Thd battery was a
supplied oil uetrou Liiccinc tarn.
Mr. Parker was oue of the partici
pants in the Quaker City Motor
Club's re:ent reliability run, between
Philadelphia ami Atlantic City, and
drove a Detroit i;ieUrlc In that con
test. PERRY DAVISN PAINKILLER
Is the befit, safest and surest remedy
for cramps, colic and dlarrhoa. Aa a
liniment for wounds and sprains It la
unequal!. 2tc, 35c und COc,
TtnlleHn Bmlnei Office Phftne 05(1
Bulletin Editorial Room Phono 185
, , , . .
"u u,",r" "' V"""'"'"
Here Oives' Charles Mncomber
iirin iiiv trt iniai tr jiiuvuuaui.a
All Colonsl's VnriedftCareer.
1 At tho nurcau of Conveyances
thcro has been recorded 0 munificent
gift In the transfer of Colonel Sain
Norrls' 180,000-acro rnn:h to Charles
G(.irdi.er Macombcr, the considera
tion being but 11.
Tho colonel has .contemplated this
gift for a long time, he states In
the transfer papers, und It Includes
ovcrythlng ho owns except notes pay
able ur.d monevs' due.
Included In the gift nre. Kahuku
Hanch In Knu, all other lands ac
quired In Kau, all porsonal effects
111 Colonel Norrls' home. Including
carts, materials for building, build
ings, etc., and till animals on tho
Norrls has had a vnr.led career. Hq
first I'limo to Hawaii in the late
forties, nftcrward going, to the gold
mines In California durlug tho rush
das, returning to Hawull, and later
being In flllliusterli.g expeditious In
Central America, where he was col
onol of a regiment of soldiers of
fortune, Ilo was In Mexi:o at one
time, Identified with n revolution
ugnlMt Dliix, and had to flco tho
country; Ha was owiier ot rich
ranch lai.d In California."
According to prWute Information
received hero. Colonel Norrls was
found lying on tho flqor of.hls room
unconscious a few mornings ago by
Macomber, and after coming around
eh Id that he' had fallen the night
At that llriio lib railed for lum
nnd Ink null made the transfer of
his property to Macombor, at tha
strife tlmo"gtvlng Walter Heyselden
There's nothing like a holiday for
It's dllllcult, for n woman to opon
her heart to a knocker,
It takes n lot ot tnoney to make
some v,omcn good looking.
)ou go away
from homo. It
may avo you a long Illness. And It
yuil are not going away, keep it with
ynu, always, In tlia'lmuie. ' '
Is tho bott family medicine ynu can
have. A thorough courio of treat
ment with It inakcv good rod blood,
brings tho old color back to the lips,
Hill out the cheeks, and gives the
glow of porfoct health.
Perhaps you suffer from tho en
feebllng effect of :i prolonged spell of
warm weather. If to, Ayer'j Sariapa
rllla will vit.lllzo jour blond ami ,lty
ynu renewed furcr, vim, anil energy.
J unlit mtutr, Aiei''i Sitrwi
utrltla vinitttliiM no ulcolml,
Thare aro many Imitation
Bo sure you got "AYER'S."
Pr.tir.i kr Dr. I. C. Am I C... I...II, Mm., USA.
iTHa-s rcu, th.b..ir.miiru.iiT..
is protection against the heat.
It keeps the 4building cool by
keeping the sun's heat out.
It is Weather-proof, Fire
proof and .Acid-resisting.
ron SAi.n in-
Lewers & Cooke,
177 SOUTH KING
Manufactured from pure distilled wat
er. Delivered to any part of city by
Oahu Ice & Electric Co.,
Kewalo. Telephone 528.
Delivered to residences
and offices at 25c. per
hundred in i0-lb. lots
W. O. DARNHART,
133 Derchant St.,
Is Now nt
CURIOS will be there nfter the
FOR SALE AT ALL BARS
-Cream Pure Rye
L0VEJ0Y AND CO,
SUMMER VACATION' SUGGESTS
XL A L E I W. A
IT'S A GOOD THING
On the Line of the Oahu ,Hailwa"
First-Class Familv Hotei
Best Bathing, on the Beacb
W. 0. BERQIN, Prop.
l!nsy to learn nnd especially
adapted to Hawaiian music.
Pi lends on the mainland
will apprcclato a gift of an
Plain and Inlaid Koa
Alex, Young Building
Hawaiian News Co.,
We unJcnUnd tU KKKe ol modem tlitij
cquipmnt wBiacnUy to ciplwi m u wsh.
tut incurrini die iuV of o inteniluini.
Let iu ihow you how wt tMe k is our own
KUU bufiLl LUJir.i'
031 Fort Street
Fireworks and Flags
A, B, ARLEIOH & CO.. LTD.
Fourth of July
FIREWORKS! FIREWORKS 1
Sky Rockets, Roman Candles,
Fireworks in Cases
Fireworks of All Kinds
WALL, NICHOLS CO.. LTD.
Books! Boohs!' Books!
BROWN & LYON CO.. LTD.
Alexander Yonrie Bide.
Eyes Tested Glasses Fitted
ALFRED' D. FAIRWEATHER
Oculists' Prescviitions Filled
HAIIIIISON 13I.OCK, KOIIT STREET
Honolulu, T. H. t
WE USE r-
uu nou vmivo I
In Our Cream
Special care to keen
it cold and protect it
from contamination as
sure ample keeping
W THE POND DAIRY.
ft Tel. 800.
Do You Dance?
t If not, wh- not? The Royal Acad
emy of Dancing holds forth every
Fridav evening at the Odd Fellows'
Hall, corner Fort and King streets.
All Plumbing Work
THE PIONEER PLUMUEIt
182 Merchant Street, Near Alakea
MAY'S OLp K0NA COFFEE
Best in the Market
& 0 0.
All the Go
"BULL" GINGER ALE
RYCROFT'S FOUNTAIN SODA
HAWAIIAN SODA WORKS
jCT?v'i:ti"Uc' UbineU. I
At the fldlnurned Annual meetlhg
of, the Sierra Nevada fieyelopment
Co., held In Iloom 203, McCandlew
building. In the blty ot Honolulu, on
June 28. 1010. the following direc
tors. wero elected to pervo Tor the
J. fl. McCandlrs. L. I., MrCnn'd.
less, M, V. lloblnson, A. M.Mcllrydo,
c. a. imckus. , .
At a directors' meeting held Im
mediately nfter tho stockholders'
meeting, tho following officers were
elected to serve for tho year:
J. 8. McCandless President
U, I.. McCandless, ...Vice-President .
A. M. Mcllryde v. .. .Treasurer
C. 0. llockus ....Secretary
0. O. HOCK US,
Juno 28, 1910. . -' t 3t
J, HOPP & CO. '
Wo have' paid our accounts. Please
get busy and attend to ours. If
you do not and the account Is placed
In tho hands ot an attorney, the
fault will bo -yours, not ours.
J. HOPP & 0.
Per U C. AI1LES,
ICB5 Juno 27, -28, 29, 30; July 1,
2, 4 ,G, 7, 7, 8, 9, 10.
IN TUB ClflCUIT COUNT OK ,TII5
l'"l tst Circuit, Territory of Hawaii.
In IAbate.. t Chambers. No.
3895. In tho matter ot the Eitato
of Henry Hogan, Deceased. On
rending and filing the pel it Ion or. J
ait aunts ot Wm. P. Kennell, admin.
Istiator ot tho Kstuto ot Henry Ilo
gau, do:eased, wherein ho asks to
bo allowed $43.70 and he charges
himself with 187. CO, and asks that
the same may be examined and ap
pioved,nnd that a final order may.
be made of distribution of tho prop
erly remaining in -his hands tn the
personi thereto entitled, and dis
charging him and his sureties from
all further responsibility as such ad:
mltilstrator; It Is ordered thai;
Thursday, tho 15th day of Septem
ber, A. I). 1910, at 9 o'clock a. m!
before the Judge of said Court at,
tho courtroom of the said Court at
Honolulu, Island ot Oanu, bo nnd
the same horcby Is appointed as tho
tltuo, nml place for hearing Bald pe
tition and accounts, nnd that , all
persons Interested may then an .
there appear and show cause, It any
th.cy have, why the same should not
be granted, nnd may present'ovl. '
dence as to who aro entitled to tho
said property. Dated. Honolulu.
June 17, 1910. Ily order ot tho
Court: J. A. THOMPSON, Clerk,
Circuit Court, First Circuit. E. C.
Peters, attorney for petitioner. Me-
404S June, 18, 2C; July 2, 9.-
PrtOPpSAf.8 roil TOIMflE AND
STUAW. Honolulu. II. T., July U
1910. Scaloilj proposals, In trlplt.
cate, will be received here until 9 a,
in., August 1, 1910, and then open
ed, for furnishing forago nnd straw
for posts and stations In tho Hawai
ian Islands. Information furnished
on application to the undersigned.
M. N. FALLS, Captain and Quarter
mnstor, U. S. A., Depot Quarter
iGD8 'July 1, 2, B, fi, 29, 30.
Doing connected with the Hono.
lulu Irstltuto for Physiotherapy. I
Tfnyo moved ofll:os from 232 Herei
tnnla street to corner llcret.inla and.
Rlrhnrds streets. '
Coiirultatlon hours: 9-11, 2-4, 7-8.
Sundays: 9-11 onlj
Telephone 287. DH. STRAIN!.
4G59-3t , .
ASSESSMENT NO. 12
Honolulu Branch of the Harrison
Hns beeq called and Is DUB JUNE
16 and DELINQUENT on JULY 16
M. E. Silva.
UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER
Prompt and Polite Attention,
CHAPLAIN LANE. OPPOSITE
hone 178 Nieht Call 1014
CIGAR NOW So
M. A. OUNST & CO, - Acenti
nELIEVED IN J
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Bnn ni uuMUrftiti j
IL URl'litllNTH 1
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