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EVES'tWO BULLETIN. HONOLULU, T. H . 3ATUF.DAT. AUG. I". 11.
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bt le.tdy for ecvonil months I tip, nncl. iinil n. number f then, nu Hie enrollment in il conum n ing more tlian i most other mr- piling iiopulntlou figures only, whllo
"Otlicr work ilono nt Iho nuisornow In llowor whooln or the Tcrrltoi It win im milts that the i.t work la well nlRlitlir oiho.s nro working on other stn-
has been tlio cowing of seed, mall. Nuunmi tritton Tlio man nt Hie nbcerved that whereas in 1909 (,t Invaluable, tvh He the poorest may bo tlaMcs, Contrary to the general
Ing boxes and transplanting plant, Intli n hai linon lcnrne iwm urn' ier tent or all pnpl vwie below vvoine thun irtnlpxs. lint tho nv-j opinion, nil tlio cotmtlnjr of the peo-
"Seuil Oolla ting Tho two men, from iho trees nloiiR the Kind ntnl ilitnl grndo, in 11110 mil 02 per erase reruns me verv gratifying 1 pin i done by hand, tho tabulating
SYDNEY HJDBEN 1
83 Merchant' Street
Front August 1 to 21 tho illvl
Blon bf forestry illil considerable
work in plant dlstrlhul.V)n, n total
of 10,S0r. plantD being sold and given
away, tho number distributed gratis
amounting (o 10,451).
lnvo been collecting onToiitalusmiil doing ntliir rnti'inu work
aiound tho c'.y. The demand for,
seed of forest trees In Increasing and
it largo iunnllty of heed of the dlT
ferent ipocleg Is now on hand. Tho
work will have to ho Kept up, liovv-j
ever, and fresh bcoil of good quality
kept to supply tho BUb-nurscrlon-nnd'
the numerous private, nurseries that I
are being started. . I
"Jjtxiiorltncnt Unrdon, Mnklk: li""r.
In reKrtlng to tho Hoard of Com
iiilBnloiiers of Agrleultuio ami Kor-i tlio past tlireo weeks wu nave linn u Dutlng tho jiast school ear there
estry on the work for tho month, gang of prisoners assisting lu tho Wirn ,,,iriii.,i in tin, iirtv oi,.i,t
).ivlil lluughs, forest nuiseryinan,' work of leveling off the ground, schools under tho supci vision of represents for these k IhkiIu, there
cent were in thes gr.nles, and that There si hoots report it total of 1-'.
them i,, a 01 responding .in reuse of ) i ;i promotions, this being 1)1', 4 per
per piii in tho nci three higher lent of the .lone enrollment of
gr.iilesr Hie number of piouiotious lu I l.l :;r pupils, whereas the promo
nil Ihe grades being gieatly lucre.1. lloimof tlio prcredlng v iiiioulileil
ed lu tho yenv Just dosed. This to ;, j,er cent, of en .t."
condition is very graurv.iig. I lie
cost to tho Territory of putting nl
pupil through oui) grade, according
to the courso of btuih. has been lu
recent e.irs nppraxlmately ST.fiO.
An Increase of 120" lu Iho immher
of proinotlnns miiilo dm Ing tho ear
"The plants sent ,to C. O. Owen,
to bo planted on Kescrve C, I'upukca
homesteads, nro Included in tho
nbovo'nnd nro os follows: 000 pot
giowui Cupreciuis .niacrocarpa, 2000
pot-grown Ilocafyptuit rohustn, 4000
Kucallptus robusta, Jn boxes trans
ilaiil()l. This completes tho plant
ing on iteserve v witn tno oxccpiion
crecHlnR benches fi)" holding pot- raac jj CoXt i l , 1 2 pupils, whllo frc, nil Increase In cllh lency of the
grown trees, ulso stands for seed t)10 previous year tho number Uood vnluo of $1CT,TC2.50 n ear. This
boxes ntid transplant boxes. Owing nt 1-1,171, sh6wlng nn Increaso In ,cr' faornblo result 1 bullevo to bo
(o tho great demand for, trees. It jgjn ovcp j9Qg ()r 2si pupils. 1 duo to n nioro careful niporvlslon on
would havo been Impossible without) , an u,0 grades of these schools lno l,:,rt of prlnclpiils of schools and
the nsslJtnncq of the prisoners to, there wero niado I2U7 promotions '" 'ir'itst mill einclent service on
hhvo the'tiees ready In time. It W ,iurB (i,n jiatt school cnr. i11'0 l,,,rl ot tcii'he'rs.
10 110 iiopeu uiui 1110 prifimurn win Writing to the principals of tho "Tho tnbulallon or reports on
CENSUS RET LslNS
WASHINGTON, D. C, Aug 7 It
will bo about the middle of October
machines being used only In clasil
Ilcntlon ns to race, sex and othor
Enumeration figures will continue
to be gUen out day by day for the
next two months or more, while the'
soclologfal nml Industrial figures
will como lator. All enumeration
HgureB nro counted three or four
times, and an Investigation l order
ed If there Is any suggestion of nn
In two rltlcs evidence of fraud has
been dlwovcrcd, and In one, Oreat
Falls, Mont., n prosecution has beiin
undertaken for fraudulent enumer
The Intention of Director IJurana
Amongst tho pa&tengprs on tho 4
Mnuna Kea this morning was Syd- J
ney Ilobon, who for tho last six t
weeks lins been concert-giving on j
tho other Islands.
At HIlo tho Klks guaranteed tho f
pianist ti concert nt tho Masonlo r
Hall, nt which Mr. Ilobcn's brilliant i
lerliuiriuo mado sucn nn impression 1
that tho Herald said It was iome-"l
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llllilK Bllieiu, iiuiiiiiiK ttipiuaiiiiiti f
havlngicvcr been heard In HIlo. An
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bcroro tho people of the United m iiao "' "' '. i . .1 n
Slates learn their true number nt, tbo large cities. nfterwhtJi tho flg
meulvd by the count of tho thlr. tires for the States wll bo given out
inimii, rnnMi, 11 u ircnernllv be- ub they aro ascertained, tho returns
bo allowed to stny with lis for n M),ooIs under his miponlslon, Super- membership nml promotion Is not ns'iieuM that llm number will bo about . for all counties lu tho Stato be Ing
'few weeks longer, so thul tins work virm, r..v onvu in c,.,,hi,. ,.,. n,.. ei imlin imiilnle. llm remirt r.ir 11 1 nun nno nml rnnkim nrricus lire announced "i " o.uii ""o
of the Crs'pfWcrla Japonlca and may be advanced. The.boug.ilnvll- results: nuo behiiol being uliaullably de-
Monterey cjpress to bo plalitod icns piaiiicu u lew wceis ago on 1110 -tIipkp llfty-elght srhooln repre Inyed
known to bhnro this belief.
iioat .too of Ihe, moro than 1S00
1 figures for Iho State.
:t HIlo to thai
In Mr. Hoben'a'1
nVound tho springs; thoso will not two ildgcs above tho gardon aro do- gel,t approximately three fouiMis of 'It appears tq ho)ro of. teapli c'eikb Jn the n-nsus offlce. ire com- jy BULLETIN AD3 PAYg
Chalmers "30" Tourinir Car $1500
lit lich wk.tl bii. 31 lech whtrti
Will cirrr fiv la fictfect comlorl under til rondilloni,
Tkaaitu Dti bcB lcoihcocd md made wider on liual
'' Hot o( rear ict-
1 tt'i' A
Touring Car, $2750
lirludlnl Poirh rotlof 10, i limpi. lad Prctt
U t.llt rnl.l.':incbhtclb.,.i(inbh,li
! pi,ttiicrciiciirtitviiti'i)' iu IM. tU4
. MOTOR CARS
Announcement of 1911 iVSociels
organ recital wac also ghrcn at tho
An nitlo trip from
volcano was lurludcd I
.At Kolinla, tho pianist found on
arrival that tho Kolinla ladles hnil
got up a concert for lilm for tho -
following night, having sold all tho ,
tickets, nrranged n progrum ana j
taken over all tho nianagcnunt, Aa(
olfewhere. Mr Hoben was received f i
with much entliiiflnsm, and tho Iik1 'm
Mlugct spoko of his "raultless tech
nique and genuine feeling," Mr.
mobeu;also gavo his services as solo
3r Sr2-'-"St a"t.a'concort for tho Church Cvllldi 1
-- ,at wtvlcli over 00 was takoo; thd 3
fiutiience inciuumir Jananeso. rornu iM
fiiiewo, Filipinos and numberlesn ojhj 9
cr jiatlonallllei. The pianist wait m
tttlorfninU entertained- privately IrL m
Irvi.i.. i r n
'On Maul. Mr. nml Mrs. J. Jtfl
Thompson of I'uunono placed their
beautiful resldeuco and flue Clilckej-.
Ing piano nt his disposal for a ro.
dial, at which all tho tickets wero
also disposed ot privately. And not-'
only tlint, but tho audience wero all
received as guests and refreshments,!
etc., parsed round throughout thoi
evening, while an Informal At Home
was held at the close.
Mr. Hoben lias been ntked to re
turn shortly to give further con
certo on Maul, as his time did not
permit of a lengthy stay.
IN announcing the Chalmers models for 1911, iho most noteworthy fact i that in all vital
features they remain the tame as the cars that have created world's records for efficiency,
endurance and speed such as winning the Indiana and Massapequa trophies bliiini;
the way from Denver to Mexico City and mapping the path for. the GhJden Tour of 1910,
Trade papers last year (jave the Chalmers the title of "Champion Cars."
The best evidence of Chalmers merit, however is not the trophies won in tests of all kinds,
but thousands of satisfied users, the majority of Whom have the means to purchase cats of
Look over the list of automobile buyers in your own community and fee if this statement
is not true. Talk to some of the Chalmers owners; their enthusiasm will prove our claims.
In general, the greatest improvement on the 1911 Chalmers consists in refinement
of'detail, like the artist's final touch to the masterpiece. 1mcs have been hciulified in body and
fender, so that viewed from any anyle no car, whether it costs $5,01)0 or nioie, affords mure
eye-delight than the Chalmers. ,
In detail the cunes just back of the tonneau doors have been straightened out, nuk
ing the low, rakish, straight-lined bodies which every nuker Mm es so hard to obtain. 'I he
seats have been lowered, adding materially to the riding comfort.
i The tonneaus of both "30" and "Fort)" have been made longer and wider. The; fenders
have been changed slightly, adding to the graceful appearance of the car arid at the same time
affording greater protection from water and mud.
The angle of the steering post has been changed slightly so as to allow more space beV
tween steering wheel and driving seat.
The brackets supporting the running boards are fastened inside the frame, making th ,
exterior of the car appear perfectly smooth.
The battery box has been placed under the rear floor and a tool box big enough to hold a
pump placed nn the left running board, a change that every driver will praise.
Newst)le Carburetors are used on both motors and their economy and uniformity of
operation under all conditions will surprise every buver,
On the "30" we furnish a llosch magneto, big new-st)lc gas lamps, l'rest-O-Litc tank and
a special Chalmers top all for $200 additional.
As in former )ears, the Chalmers principle is not to make as many cars as possible, but to
make them as good as possible. Chalmers cars are built tin a quality, not a quantity basis.
We regret that we amid nut furm!i ursof the 1910 models for all" who wanted them. We
fear that some may have been offended at being told they could not get the cars they wanted :
It is sometimes harder to tell a man he jran't have a thing than to show him whyhe ought to
We would like to take care of ever) one who wants a Chalmels car, and et it is not our
ambition to build cars in very large quantities; hence .we would advise jou to place ) our
Deliveries to customers begin August 1st. ,
Call at our show rooms for further particulars, and demonstrations.
V VSSy Chnlnrrrs "30" nJV
.. lQiii J fv" mil li . v- . '
acuft 'i - . tc
Other types are :
"30" Roadtter, $1500
"30" Limousine, $30.00
"30" Landaulat, $3Q80
"30" Caupe, . $IQQ
"f'cty lioadttar, $3758
S' Chalwvrs "Forty" XSbSDv
I . i . i i k f i
m tfl hi,' , lu mi.i, ,,
Spoakor Cannon recently had a long M
talk with a lot of old settlers In lilt-
nols. They wero all friends of his ln"4
his early days, and ho told them that
ho was probably spsaklng to them far.ijrj
me nisi lime. i ,J
Tho acting mayor of Now York 'sil
strongly opjiosed to prizefights In inv 3
degree and says ho will put a stop tfifll
any that como within his jurisdictional
In a row over tho Lorlmor scsndnl
one Daniel Cummins shot and klllotl
Tlios. Dent at Chicago on August, 17.
and every precaution
taken to insure abso
MILK lM,o A QUART
Dealers in Motor Cars