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EVENtNO nUU.ETIN. HONOLULU. T II.. SATURDAY, AUO. 20, Id 10.
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10 minutes to
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Tho Associated Garngo received
three carH on tlio Navodan, and two
o( tho machines are Hudson of'n new
type. They can carry twenty-five, gal
lons of gasoline, and tho tank la 'not
( OSglargM ni n person would Imagine.
f '.Iimo hugo tanks can rim a car for a
long time, and tho leceptnbln Is
(placed wlit i the rumble of tho ord
inary car In generally sltuateil. Man
j, tiger Seymour Hall recommends these
2 cars to cwrjbMly, and the !a"k of
iiieccislty of flllir.f, tho gasoline tank
itrcijuontly appeals to many people,
i" The Hudron roadster la attracting n
(lot of nttcntlon, and the Associated
Oarage uiauager Is kept luy nm.wcr
. lag. questions about tho machines.
I The tacttiry Is running ocrtiuio and
, even then has run Bhort of ItB orders.
I A , touring ear, pony tonneau, and tor
pedo body will also be turned out by
the factory and that type of car Bhould
prove very popular.
" ,Tfie 1911 Chalmers will have n lot
oi. improvements, nnu several altera
, tions havo been incorporated. The
I tonneau of both tho "SO" and "10
na'yo been made longer and broader.
I Tho fenders havo been changed slli.ht
l yr and the change lends lo the grace
, and beauty of the machine
i J The Schnniau gnrago received tw.i
fMItchells per 'he Ncvadau, and the
flno looking machlreo havo been tiik
wi to hcultnciinu. -TJio Mitchell
ci Is becoming more popular ever)
Jay, and the 1911 modclj will siro'y
use a rush for those ntitnr'nblloi
rTho Locomobile is also going strong
tho Schuman garago and mnnt of
cbo cars navo Decu ncspoKcn uy
purchasers. Tho Locomobile Is a
land car, and It runs so evenly that
can hardly bo heard moving
Fome years ago the Mitchell wa3 In
iroduced Into Han-all and, at the pres-
Wt tlmo sevrril of ho old mod"! nm
lijnes nro doing good wcrk on the
thcr Islands, flic engines of the old
iMltcuflls veit ory powerful, and llio
Tho repair shop at tho Scliumau
Ri - i i.
Ilk ':.:'" '"
Blitfteir ' .'11. r tun '
KING and KALAKAUA AVE.
Fort Street, 10 minutes to Waikiki. This sub-division has been on the market only 2 weeks, and
' Be one of the lucky ones to secure a lot in this convenient spot.
garage has been kept very busy Into
1 and many machine:) of different
makes have been In for treatment. A
corps uf experts la nlwnys on hand.
and tho work they do Is up-to-date, f
and of tho best posslblo -description.
Almost over) statu thnt enacts a
new law for tin- giildanc of motor n
users these davs ilovolea u speelnl
paragraph to ttiU- fo.- lamps. The
general requirement Us Hint llio rear
number shall li Illuminated ijiilllclout
i) io no visible lur a illsluncu of fifty
feet nt night. Willi tho lamp equip
incut of souio cms tho Ingenuity of
tho owner Is rather thoroughly test
ed to find u way to muko tha rays
of tho rear lamp shluc on tho num
In order to allow ownerj of Us
cars to comply strictly with lmth the
letter and spirit of the law an ctoni
pllflci! by tlio Cnllan bill In New
York the I' lei co-Arrow Motor Car
Company of lluffalo has added lo the
regular equipment of Its car.i a sixth
lamp for the tailo purpose, of number
ldntc Illumination. This lamp Is of
peculiar const rui-tloii. it Is Ilko a
tube cut In half about six lnrhrs long
and an Inch nrd A half lu diameter
It Is electrically lighted and can be
turned on or off b) tho switch that
operates the side and rear lights.
When It la on itti rays cover the
entire number In a way that would
Ineiiro nr.y owner against nrrost for
a Violation of this paitlcular section
of tlio law. The addition of this lamp
makes sl.x thai mo Included In the
Iei co-Arrow equipment without coun
ting tin' niiall ouu that lights tho oil
gaugo at night.
Tlio von llanim-Yoiing Company's
Automohllo Department had another
busy week. 10on though ihe quar
ters havo been doubled In size they
nro hardly large enough for ' the
ever Increasing number of uuloiiio
bllcs which rcniiiro attention.
Tho speclllcatioiw for llio lail Ca-
(Complete lines of carriage materials,
harness, farming implements, automobiles,
etc , etc.
Write or call for catalogs
Schuman Carriage Co., lid.
TO BUY THE ' REMAINING 5 LOTS
dlllae wMrli Line In en announced by
tho Von llauui Young Company dat
ing the v'eek ba.e created nuilo a ttlr.
Tli beaitirul Cndlllae ileraoiistrntor
will soon bo hole On ,!p ni'llulaiid
the Cadlllae agents n:e now innUIng
It the ciiilom to go to the factory and
drlio their ih-moustrators homo theni
hehos. Tho following report in ref
erence to tjil.s matter leached tl.o on
Ilaintu Young t'ompany by the last
JIA.W C.U:il,l,A(' ITAI.KKS
imhvinc m:iv caiis iiomi:
('lie I'.lll Muriel Tninit mi Hn.iiN
Last, Mevt uiiri .Suiilli I'roni
To the caul, tlio west and the
south, the I'.Ml Cadillac curs have
been leaving tlio factory at Detroit,
ti.ncllng over the loads and driven
by Cadillac deit'ers. Not less than
i0 lepresentiitives liaxe taken their
demonstrating cars to their home
cities by tho overlaid mule.
This Is a custom which begun In
a small way several jeatn ago, and
has found gnat favor among
Cadillac dealers In many sections.
Tills Is the banner jeur, however, be
cause never before have to many
dealern tried out the new models with
road w ork.
To ilatn Cadillac dealers from the
following cities havo visited the
factory urn! d ill en homo In their
new cats: White Hirer .Inaction,
Vt.; Youngstown, Ohio; Pittsburg,
N'ow York: Jcrsty City; Jackson
ville, 11 a ; I'ltzgcrald, (in.; 1-aun-ton,
Mass.; Sioux Cily, la.;. .Minnea
polis; Oshkohli, Wis.; Wa.erloo, la,
Syracuse, N. Y.; Kliuirn, N. Y.j Cedar
Hitpids, la.; Ft. Dodge, In.; I'rovl
dence, II. I.; Johusluwn, I'a.; Wor
cester, Mass ; luUvllle, Ky.
Tho Cadillac Is getting to lo more
and more a favorite In municipal gov
ernment circles nil over the main
land, as evidenced by the following
Another (III llujs. Cadillac.
That tho udaptlblllty lo and use
fulness of the Cadlllae Thirty to
municipal service Is becoming more
widely recognized seems to bo ml
iltnced by tlio recent Installation
of two of thciii lu llarrisburg. I'a,
Merchant Street, opp. Bishop Street, Honolulu
One has been placed at the dhi'osal
of the head ii'f flio (vnlerMeparinicnt
and Ihe other Is In the neivlre of the
highway depn. jiiclit. Ileie ns In New
York, llrooklyu and I-oulsWIIc, Ky.,
the Cndlllae was iclerted In CG'.upell
thin with other cars.
New York probably holds the rils
tluetlou of llrst seeing the iihc'iiI
ness of the automohlle In municipal
vvoik; and stood by Its conviction by
tho Installation of loui.cea Cadillac
Hrooklyn was almost as early In
the field of mortar-using cities with
three In Its city departments
Shortly nfterwiirdu the Police De
partment of Louisville added three
Cadillacs to its equipment, In older
to sticngtlien Its clllrleiiey
I'ollowing Its llrst experience with
the Cadillac, lliookljn recently
added tour more to Its borough equip
ment; anil Now York bought ten ad
ditional Cadillacs. The ur.lon of
Hrooklyn und New York was based on
n systematic tip-keep record, which
showed that the Cndlllirs vvero more
economical to operate mid maintain
than nnv of tho ,othei makes In. the
During the week tho long list of
Cadillac purchasers was added to h)
Mr. V. .11- Craw, who has Juti pur
chased of tho von llaium-Young Com
pany n Utl Cadillac touring car
which Is lo lx' ilellveied to him shqrt-
Another sale made during the week
by this firm was that of a hlgh-clasj
fi-passenger Ste.cns-Duryca to Mr.
V. R llellhron, v. ho is taking great
pleasure showing his beautiful -cae to
Mr. V. i: Hrown, who returned' to
Honolulu on Hi" Mongolia, lias Just
tnken deliver) of his beautiful 1911
I'ucknrd touring ear. Mr. Hrown,
who has been visiting In the ICast, hii3
found that ileie tho Packard Is by
far the most popular of the hlghes-t
cIiirs of American ears.
Dining the wc-dc Mr. A. W. I'atuos
purchased a pretty little runubout
from the von llanfm-Youiig Com
pany's salesrooms, und ilrovo tho car
the same dav to his homo at Wii
halwa A great deal of Intercut has been
centered in the phenomenal biiccohh
attained b) Ihe llulcks In viirtoun raco
meets at lluffalo and Milwaukee. Tho
von Iliimm-Voung Company, tho local
'distributors of tlio Ilulck, havo Just
iccelvd tlio following;
MIIAVAUKKK, Wis., .Inly 25. Go
ing through a hard six-day tun, the
brake, clutch and motor tests and n
tlglri final technical examination with
out demerit, a Model 1!) Ilulck, enter
ed by the llokanson Automoblo Com
pany of Madison, 1s-, and driven by
Km 1 1 lloknnson, won tho $1000 Mil
waukee Sentinel trophy, the first
prize In the Wisconsin btato Automo
bile Association's first annual relia
bility tour. Tho Popc-llartlord T
model, entered and driven by l'mll
I'stcberg of Milwaukee, was awnrllcd
recond place", with a total penalty ol
thiec points. Tho Model O. Franklin,
nominated by the I'rnnklln Auto and
Supply Company of Milwaukee, nnd
driven by I.. M. Springer, wn3 third
with six demerits.
DUITAI.O, July 2.".. ltnclng for two
days at tho l"ort Krlo truck under tin
auspices of tho Aiuomohlle Trndo As
boclatlon ended Saturday. Over -"001
a'tended the llnnl meeting.
Tho track win tlio regulation fla'
oval, and the competitors in the vari
ous events, -were hidden for part o
the distance under n pall of riu-. The
smallness of tho fields alone made II
posslblo to try for any speed. The
events generally had only two or three
entrants, which robbed them of tho
spectacular features of largo and hot
ly contested laces. Tlio Ilulck entries
outclassed their rlvnls so as to render
tlie mnjorlty ol tho events onn-slded.
Tho Ilulck team had practically
their own way In tho majority of the
Tho Ilulck car Is going to bo one
of the most popular cars lu. Honolulu
this )onr. Already a number of or
ders have been placed for both touring
enrs nnd runabouts tho latter espe
cially being a great favorite
'Ihe Minnies nro that If )our par
ticular friends were more pnilclulnr
they wouldn't bo your particular
Cut out tho unnecessary talk and
jp-'U If Mirprl-cd n the littlo vpti
vvlll havt( to say. f
NOTICE OF SALE OF PUBLIC
At 12 ii' lock noon, Saturday, Oc
tober 22. I!10, at tho front door to
the Capitol, Honolulu, thcro will he
Mild nt public auction, under Part
IV.. Section 17, of tho Land Act of
1SD0, Section 270, Itovsed Laws of
Hawaii, the following described
(I) tloveriimeut Ilemnaiit situ
ate at Alewa Heights, Honolulu,
Oaliu, containing SI ,.150 squaro feot,
more or less. Upset pr:ft J200,
(21 Cijvornmont Hemunnt nt
lumupallr Koolaupoko, Oahu, con
taining O.aO acre, more or less l'p
set prlco, QKt.
Cost of patent and stamp nt tho
oxpenso of tho purchaser. '
At tho sumo tlmo and place, thcro
will he ruld nt public auction, under
provisions of Part V., Laud Act of
lxnr., Sections 278-28G Incluslvo, no.
v'lred l.nvvs of Hawaii, a general
i learo of tho following described
All of those portions of Lots 1'
nnd 0, Walknl'uawaliu, .Koolaupoko,
Oahu, Containing ap nica, of D.0I1
acrqs, maro or ins, up.m pTco,
J1G1 per annum; paynblo seml-au-
ntially In advance. Term of lease,
0 yoars from July 1, 1911.
For mnps and further particulars,
apply at tho olllce of tho Comuils
loloner of Public Lands, Capitol
hul ding, Honolulu.
Commissioner of Ptilille Lauds.
Dated nt Honolulu, August 18.
4702 Aug. 20, 27; Sept. 3, 10, 17.
24; 0:t. 1, 8, 15, 21.
4 ,&. --ti
aONG OF THE
(As Tcnnyron Might llnvc Sung It)
I swoop niounri a sudden turu.
1 make n careless sally.
And, feeling nut tho least concern.
(lo lipping through nn alley.
insi thirty, cops I hurry down,
I hump oer ruts nnd ridges;
I srnttcr havoc through the town
And Hash across the bridges.
I seo tho red light's warning glow.
Hut do I heed It? Never!
'or men may come and men may go,
Hut I tear on (orcvor.
1 rattl over stony ways',
I crash through traffic's Jumble,
Mid end thelr'trouhles and their days
Who hesitate or stumble.
Vlth many a curve I, somehow, get
Around tho drays nnd 'busses,
nd do not slop to feel icgrcl
Uecause some teamster cusses.
I hurry, hurry, crouching low;
I try to Jump tho river;
For men may conio and men may go.
Hut 1 tear on forever.
I Hash about in and out,
A thousand dangers daring;
I hear tlio mad policeman shout.
Hut hnvo no tlmo for caring.
And hero and there 1-glndly break
A speeding street cars rentier;
I novor hesltnto to tako
A chance, howover slender.
1 lay old men and children low,
t mnko tho horses uillver.
For men may como nnd men may go,
urn i zip uii iuiuti-1.
I tear thiough lawns nnd grassy plots,
I crash through leafy covers,
I ciusli tli? sweet forget-iuo-iiols
And crlpplo happy lovers.
I slip. I slide, I skid, 1 glance,
I tcorn tho humps nnd hollows,
I sound a toot and take n rjiance.
Too guy to euro what follows.
Tho public wants mo Bquclclied, I
Hut do I, mind It? Novor!
For men nuiy conio und men riiny go,
Hut I crash nn forver,
People ordinarily llnd It easier to
complain than to explain.
REGAL SHOE CO.
King and BethcL
C. L. HOPKINS
Systematizer, Notary Public. Agent
tc Qrarrt Marriage Licenses, Hawai
ian Interpreter and Translator
OFFICE Judiciary Bid. HOURS
0, a. m, to 4 D, m.
MANUFACTURERS SHOE CO.
iWrilffr MiiirtM'tiifT- - "-- r-....Jv
all sold but 5.
TENDERS FOR WATER PIPE.
The Heard of Supervisors of tho
Coiinfy of Kauai will roCclve scaled
bids until 12 o'clock noon of Sep
tember 7, 1910, for furnishing the
following pipe and fittings, to be de
livered f. o. b. Wnlmen wharf, or (by
option of tho bidder) at the Wnlmca'
terminus of the Mnkawcll plantation
1750 feet of 8" standard Well Cas
ing. 1100 filet of G" stndanl Galvanized
Thrco S" Tees, 3 8"x6" Nipples 2
S"xK" Uusltlugs, 8 8" Flango Unions,
G-V cFlnngo -Unions and 2 8" brass,
lined full-opening Uato Valves.
Th'o above uttlngs all for woll cas
ing. Also 3 Qato Valves, 3 Tecs, 3 Nip
ples, 3 HI hows, 5 Flango Unions an'i
1 22" Nipple for (" galvanized pipe.
Tlmo of dollvory to bo stnted In
Any or nil bids may bo rejected.
Hlds to bo endorsed "Tenders for
Water Pipe," on outsldo of envelope,
nnd addressed to tho Hoard of Su
pervisors, County of Kauai, Llhue,
J. If. MOnAONB.
County Itoad Suporvlaor.
RESOLUTION NO. 353.
UK IT nESOJA'ED by tho Hoard
of Supervisors of the City and
County of Honolulu, Territory of
Hawaii, that tho Bum of TWENTY
F1VE IIUNDnED DOLLARS (2,
JOO.OQ) be and Is hereby npproprl
itcd troni the Ooneral Fund for an
iccount known as "MAINTENANCE
OF SCHOOLS." ,
Presented by Supervisor
Honolulu, T. II., August 1C, 1910.
Tho foregoing resolution was, at
a regular mooting of the Hoard of
Supervisors of tlie City and County
of Honolulu, held on Tuesday, Au
gust 16, 1910, ordered passed to
pr)nt on tlio following voto of sal I
Ayes Aylott, Cox, Logan, McClel.
Ian, Qulnn. Total, 6,
Absent and not voting Ahla.
Actltfg City nnd County Clerk.
4C9U Aug. 17. 18, 19, 20. 22.
NOTICE TO HOMESTEADERS.
Petition for the opening of Gov
ernment lands must be made on
blanks Issued by tho Commissioner
of Public Lands, copies of which may
he obtained In person or will bo
mailed on request, at the office of
'ho Sug-Agents or nt the office of
'ho Commissioner of Public Lands,
Commissioner of Public Lands.
Dated at Honolulu, August 10,
4094 Aug. 11, 13, 18, 20, 26, 27;
Sept. 1, 3, 8, 10, 1G, 17, 22, 21,
39; OcL , i . ,
Scaled' Tenders will bo received by
tlio Superintendent pt Public Works
until 12 m. or Thursday, August 23,
1910, for furnjshlng .tho Department
of Pulill'o Works with Sep' feot of
12-Inch wooden stave pipe, without
clips or bands. Sample of pipe re
quired may be eeou at the office jt
tho Superintendent of Public WorkR.
Tho Superintendent rosorves tho
right to reject any nr all bids.
Superintendent of Public Works.
Hoiiou)u, August in, 1910.
Bulletin BuJiness Office Phone 256
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185
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