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EVEN'INO nULLRTIN, HONOLULU. T H, SATURDAY. SEPT 10. .OKI.
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1911 racknrd "Thirty" TouritiR Car
"tnrMaril Emtiiimfnt Includes Ton
REGAHA IS EXCITING MUCH
INTEREST IN WATER SPORT
SFLEriDID RACES SURE TO 'BE (MlWESfED CREWS
all doing''fine Training stunts' veterans
TAklNd'fNTEREST IM OARSMEN.
THE number of 1911 Packard 'cars
already sold is 67 per cent, greater
than the number of 1910 Packards sold
by the same time last year.
the arrangements lu romi'e fjoablo, time for nil the hullil.iv ma.
Itli Hegnttft Day nre 111 n nil t and tlie cluh membeiii unci their
irieiidK will wind up mi! evening m
llio hlc danCo nt the Young Hotel.
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53 till MAN KS
Delivcrlei now being made
Allotment limited, Choice nf sched
,nle dates liy order of imrcliaRO.
Catalog shows complote line In tlie
new Packard Btylo.
Demonstration by appointment.
PACKARD MOTOR CAR CO.
Von Hanim-Young Co., Ltd.
Isractory stnte, nml overUliing
points to a verj Fucceaiful da) s
cportM Tlie two limit lubs havodu
elded to Issue Invitations to nil the
friends uf the tii'Miiliorj". nml tuiise
iltiently. there will he big gatherings
ut tile Mr(le amrile.-ilanl sheds.
The Invitation Idea Is n good one,
and is one that Is In vogue every
wlieie else where clubs exist. 'J he
old Idea of keeping open house"
was all right In the past, when
ever) body knew each other, but now
adays, when there are thousands of
people drifting Into town and set
tling down, It Is Impossible fur the
clubs to entertain nil
Next Saturday sliim.d be n great
day on the harobr, and If the wcath
ei Is fine the scene along the wa
terfront should be a stirring one.
Thousands of spectators will flock
to the wajerfront. nod all the avail
The garage and repair depart
meut of the von llninni Young Com
pany have had the usual busy wcel.
Mr. Iludge, who has been mi the
mainland for the liiHt two months,
tins again tiikpn chaigo of the gn
rago nml repair department. While
gii the Coast Mr. Hodge made n spe
cial stud) of the most up to-dntc gu
inges, and though lie foil ml noiiu of
them better equipped than the von
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able wharves and po its nround the1 ... . . i .
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harbor wl I form grandstands fur the, ... . , . . .... ., ,
crowd. The .egnttu Is about the' wrlkle" wl",rl' he wl" nW" ,0
only big f.ee show that Is pulled olf U8 ' '" Ivoningii.
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rncllig nro to be complimented. .. ' ,. . ,
(ssifu Milling hisj iuav lliuiillli
I lias proved n ery much needed nml
j satisfactory adjunct to the repair
.Mr. Ilego Is much pleased with his
now tar and proudly stato that ho
will be .able now to show the Mnul-j
lies n real nutomoblle, .
The Bale or a, Ilulck was made this
ueek by the on llnmm Young Com-1
piny to V U. Adams of llergstronij
&. Co. Mr Adams finds that an uu !
InmcbllQ Is better suited than n-hnrsu
! and buggy to ngotlato tho l'alfj
when visiting his country home on
; the Viliulwuril side of the Island.
The, steamer Wlllielnilna brought
t. I.ii.'iiitlfiil 1911 Modal .to lnrknr.l
phaeton of the llvc-passenger typej
which was. delivered by the von.
Humm-Young Company during tile'
week to- Jdhn Wnferhouse. This Is
I lu IllBt specimen uf the 1911 Pack-
jaitl phaeton to nrrlve, and It has
i been giuatly admired.
j Judge Cooper, who Is n great
I I'ope Hartford enthusiast, has nddqd
la splendid 1'ope-llartford roadster to
j lils garage, having purchased the
i same this week from the von llamm
' Young Company. This new car has
been greatly admired by the Judge's
V. 'K. Howes, salesman for the
von Ilamm-Young Company, left (or
Kauai during tho week to deliver
there n Cadillac touring car and also
nn Overland deml-tonneau.
The Slerrn, due hero next week,
will bring the first 1911 Cadillac
touring car. A great deal of Inter
est Is -centered In this rnr, a number
of purchasers having already placed
their orders for 1911 Cadillacs.
A Tonic Free from
C. L. HOPKINS
Bjitemstiier, Notary Public, Agent
to Grant Marriage Licenses, Hawai
' Un Interpreter and Tranilator
rOVFICE-hdlciary Bide. HOURS
, . 0 a. m. to 4 p. m.
Chas. R. Frazier
Phone 1371 122 Kintr St.
Meekly II n 1 1 r 1 1 n l per j ear.
llnniill it .Soulli
.Sens fnrlo t'o.(
Spirits are the
Laughter of the
In th'is climate where one is inclined to
be languid there is need of a tonic that
sets the whole mechanism ot man at
work, producing healthful activity and
giving a Jilting, strengthening force.
With its invitzoratinii influence.
the blessed gift of slumber and mental
balance, Pill MO HKlill will give cour
age for any undertaking, and obstacles
will seem but a joyous test of energy.
rLssViLrf Hu vrSiH
mm MWi ';1H
them train hard nud ia e for some
The Healanls hnd teveral cicwh
out last night, and some good spins
were done from the spar buoy In to
the shed. The coaches are getting
the men down to n real good stroke,
and although there Is n little rough
ness here and there, by Saturday
next the men should all bo ready toi
row the race of their lives. I'.
Klebahu, who Hub touched so many
crews In the past and gotten them
nl! Into the best of condition, was
out yesterday having n look at thu
available material of the Healanls,
The veternu seemed satisfied with
tho work of the crews on the whole,
and he will every afternoon iiext
week nccompnny tho men on their
trial spins. The result should bu (
great lmproement In the catch and
stroke of the rowers.
The Myrtles were nlso out In full
force esterdny nfternoon, nnd from
5 o'clock un tho harbor was alive
with shells und barges. The Myrtle
freshman crew Is doing great work,
ami thu men hit up a good pace over
thu full course. The) row a crisp,
guod stroke, and get up speed very
,-iplckly. Their iecnery Is good,
alio, nud once a little roll that they
have Is eliminated. It will take a
guod crew to beut them.
Tho Outrigger Club members feel
happy now, us they have secured .1
full crew for their cunoe which Is
to represent them In the big pad
dltug race. Kenneth Drown and his
men ute training hard for the event,
and they will ge tho lUwall.ui
crews a great go for tho honors this
year. Last year tho "htioU's" won
jout after a line contest, and It won t
bu their fault It the Hume iIihb not
happen this year.
The Hawaiian paddle crow from
Konn will be on hand. Tom King
got a wireless announcing tho fan
yesterda). The Konn men nre about
th most expert cunoeis In the Is.
lands, nnd they will certainly give,
the Oahunns a great race for the.
premier honors. Drown nnd his men
do not feel benred of any of thu
crews, but they have to admit that
the six paddle race will he a very
fjuse due and one taht will inaliu
the spectators get wild with excite
ment. The tilling races for canoes will
also bo good providing there Is
Mime wind and tho way the llawal-.
lans handle tho frail craft will
astonish the "hnlihliils."
The special mce Is attracting.
muUi attention, nnd Charllu ' ChlK
liugworth Is getting thin so rapidly
thut it Is a good job the race will;
be next Saturday, for If It were de.;
layed a little more there would bo,
nothing left of tho genial Chaille
I'rauk Thompson Is looking Hue Just'
now, und he Is feeling very chirpy.
He mid Clillllngviorth will, howeor,
hae n hard time in dlsmslng of
l'rlnce Cupid and Alec, ltubcrUon,
The whole tegnttn promises to ho
as good and better than any of for-
mer )cuis, nud theie Is no doubt
thut some line rates will bu seen bu
rnt e the final event Is ruwed, Whetlu
r the MjrtleH or Healanls will win1
tlie pennant Is hard to say, but oun
thlig U me. and that that the
broom Indicating a clean sweep will
not bu elevated by either cluh I'mm
pienent Indications the races will I'",
split up us ic gut d victories, hut
whli h i hib will gut the most Is dif
ficult to piedlit.
The luces will piiibiihly be till over
by !i u' Intl. or so uu Hulllldii). nud
Ihi'ii iIih riiiHil mil wend lu way
WMlMMnurd nr In oiiih mlmr plm'.
where- Hut Imlunni nf III" ilny run hu
jnii In Tliiri elnmld lm nn bin m
department. It Is no longer neces
sary to order new cyllndeis from the
mainland when these nro slightly
cracked or when there Is a teik In
the water Jacket. All Buch repnl's
can be made right here at short no
tice through nBcet)lcne oxygen weld.
Ing. This will no doubt be ery
much appreciated by the many p.i-
Irons of the von llnniui-Young foni-
puny who formerly hud to wait
I sometimes for a week or two for
new cylinders, or for n broken nxle,
which could not be repaired with
out this new welding apparatus.
Interest In the 1911 models Is ever
on the In rease Thu sales depart
ment of the von llamm-Young Com
pany reports the sale nf a 1'ackanl
touring car to J. do Hego of Wnl
Iilku, who Intends to put this line
car lu the rent business on Maul
Down at the Schiiman garago nll'U
buotle nt present; a shipment of tlio.
popular K. M. I". cars la expected to
anho on tho next Sierra, and these
cars aro being enquired formal 1 I lie,
time. Tlie E. M. V. Is to ,bn. seen
o) cry where nnd tho uwnors of thu
cars swear by them.
During tho week nn E, M. F. was
sold to Hastgawa, n well known Jap
nncso merchant of liana, Maul. Tho
car In now doing good work nlong the
heavy grades of tho Valley Island,
The Mitchell cars aro also helm;
sold to arrive, nnd several that n I'
ll veil during the past couplo nf weeks
havo been delivered One nf tho cars
went to the Kahulul Itallroad Co, on
Maul, nnd It is greatly admired around
Manager Aubrey, of the Hajnila Ho
tel, purchased n Mitchell from tho
Schumnn garage, nnd he Is using It
lu his business, Tho car Is coming
In very useful for the transporting,
of guests to and from tho hotel, and
tho trip over tho pall Is always much'
enjoyed by tho passengers,
At the Associated garago received
two Chalmers "30" last week but both
machines uero quickly sold. They
Are you pale, weaki easily tired,
anddo,you lacrierve power?
As); Vour doctor, If.Ayers Sar
saparllla;svouId'riot be good for
you. He 'knows, and will ad
vise you wisely. Not a drbp of
(alcoliol. in this medicine. It,
puts, red corpuscles 'into; the
blood, gives steady,' even power
, to the 'nerves; and all without
stimulation. Make no mistake.
Take only those. medicines, the
best doctors endorse. Ask your
own doctor. '.
, f-;fj-. , Or. I. C.i.i k CjplfM, ., (1.8. A-
were the first of (he 1911. make, and
Mrs. M. C. Cooke, Jr., "managed to
secure one of them. Tho other will
bo shown around as a demonstrating
car ns tho garngo has an option on
It for come days to come.
The Associated garago will have to
bo remodeled as tho Illnhop street ex
tension will take about twelve feet off
the building. Manager- HolUof the
garage wl)l erect n wall along the line
nf tho new street, and then will re
move, enough of the roof .to cover It.
Other extensive changes will lie
nindo to tho garago, nnd the, front
part of the garage will bo turned Into
a salesroom and the exhibits arrang
ed so as to show up t'o the greatest
advahtage. Tho back, part of the
store will bo used ofr garage pur
poses enly, and tho changes will great
ly Improro tho whole place.
Tho Hudson car Is going off Just
ns rapidly ns ever, nnd tho factory
Is having n hard tlmp to keep up to
tho demand for these machines. Many
of tho cars aro to be seen around
town and they all are doing great
A simple system of levers to bo at
tached to a doornlb makes It possible
foot while both hands aro filled.
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Do tilers in Motor Cars