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RVBN1N0 RULLKTIN, HONOLULU, T. I)., MONDAY, OCT. 21, 1910.
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Hold General Mcciino at Wai-
HTHE Chalmers "30" is the only
A medium priced car that was
ever awarded the Glidden Trophy
Of all the Glidden Tours, that of 1910 was the
longest, and by far the hardest. It lasted for nxteen
running days and covered 2,651 mllci It started at
Cincinnati and went " by way of Dallas, Texas,"
through thirteen States to Chicago.
Words and pictures cannot make plain the racking
cobblestone roads of Kentucky the stump-studded
forest trails of the Tennessee mountains the swamps
of Arkansas the deep, treacherous sands of Texas
the mud of Kansas the brldgeless southern streams or
the sweltering heat that punished cars and men alike.
It la the opinion of experts nho made this lour
that no car in the world could hate completed it with a
perfect score. Yet, from Cincinnati to I ouistllle to
Nathalie to Sheffield, Ala. to Memphis to Little
. Kock to Hot Springs to Texatkana to Dallas to
Lanton, Oklahoma to Oklahoma City to Wichita,
Kansas eleven consecutive days out of the sixteen,
through the .hardest part of the trip and for five
days after every other car on the tour had been
penalized, not a single point could be assessed against
the Chalmers "30" the $1500 car $1600 with mag-'
neto, I'rest-O-Llte tank and gas lamps
In all the history of motoring, there Is no per
formince like this The Glidden Trophy has never
been won before by a car costing less than $4000
If you are thinking of buying a car, what better
proof could you ask of reliable performance under all
conditions than you have In the Glidden Tour record
of the winning Chalmers "30" f
The Chalraera "3t" has never been defeated
In any Important motoring event by any car of
Its price and power class. The Chalmers "Forty"
won the Detroit Trophy In the 1909 Glidden Tour.
Chalmets cars have won more events of all kinds in
proportion to the number entered than other cars.
In addition to perfect mechanical performance,
yon get In the Chalmers all the beauty of line sura
finish that you can find in any car.
What more could yon ask In any car at any price
than you gel in the medium priced Chalmers?
We have nevtr had so large a volume of business
as we have now. There has never been so satisfying a
demand for Chalmers cars as there hat been since we
announced our 1911 models. Yet this demand will
not affect the Chalmers policy of building cars for
quality, not quantity, .
We suggest, therefore, that you place your order
now, to as to be sure of getting the car that is your
first choice. Chalmers cars are the first choice
of those who look most carefully into the automo
bile question and know the most about automobile
1911 cars are now on exhibition. Deliveries an
being made according to schedule.
Qialmers Motor Company Detroit, Mich.'
Ltctnttd anJtr 5Utn Patint
ASSOCIATED GARAGE, dealers in motor car's
iV-.ea and Discuss Cam
' ' pai(jh IssUcs.
' THEY WILL SOON FORGET.
WHY WILL A MAN LEAVE HI8 HOME AND FAMILY FOR THE WOODS TO EAT LIKE THI3 AND fsLEEP
Road and Private Driveway'
Construction . .
Selection of proper approach and correct
grades made by an experienced engineer,
who also superintends the entire work.
- ' j Complete equipment for all plantation
. construction work.
Soil for City Lots
Supplied in any amount and filling in and
Constructing Contractor Telephone' 2890
IT RKSOLVUf) hv tho Hoard
of Supervisor of tlib City and Court'
ty of, Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii
that the Bum of BIIVHXTRKN HUN.
OIH3D AND NINKTY-NI.N'13 AND
TillUTY-1-Ol'It IIIT.N'DRKDTIIS ($1,
798.31) DOLLARS, being tlis balance
(.utiscTlhed for tho construction of the
Pacific Heights Hotel, and which Is
to In) nnlil Into the County Treasury
liy tho Pacific IlelehtH residents. Is
hereby appropriated out of tho fleii'
oral Kund for aCount of Matnto
nance or Roads, Honolulu District.
J. C. QU1NN,
Oiled, Honolulu, October 18, 1910.
TAKE SHOT AT ROSE
FOR OPPOSING LEWIS
Chairman of Meeting Hoars
Sonic Straight Talk from
Straight Ticket Voters,
8clnl 11 lit lot lit Ccrn npindcnco )
11ILO, Oct. 21 Tho Republicans
Llielil their first general public meet.
lug in this vicinity Inst Wodnesdav
owning, at Walakca. l'lrst the gen
eral public wns addressed, the spetk
irs holding forth from tho bint
l.iri'illtig, and Inter on the candidates
woio lal.en over to tlio railroad ware.
libuse. It was Btntrd tint the jiur-
iioru .'ns thai of Introdutlng them
Jto tin) pre lira chili, but It teemed
sunt, vnu main uigeci was to jump
pilot Ruse, thylullrmhn of tho chili,
for working ng'ilnst Jim Lewis. It1
wns unite interesting for a while, j
There was a fair crowd present nt.
the public meeting, nud It would J
without v duulit have been much
linger had proper notice been given
fit the meeting, but as It wns no no
tlcu had been made thereof until n
few hours beforo it st tried.
Sheriff Leads Speakers..
ltObo Introduced tho speakers, the
flirt of whom was Sherlrf l'ua, who
made a short speech In Hawaiian. He
wns followed by Monnaull, candidate
for the House, who spoko In Hawai
ian, partly ns follows:
"I liao been nominated to go to
tlto House for the good of tho Tor
rltor). This Is the third time.
nsk for your votes for mjRelt and
for my running mates as well. Let
me explain that we have not been
nominated for the benefit of tho bus
iness community alone. You will
excttso mo for not explaining the
full meaning of the platform, hut I
will 'speak thereon briefly. Thero
aro two big questions before us, the
vclfnro of the county and tho wel
fare of the, Territory. Another great
Issuevls the election of tho Delegate
to Washington. You wl)l hear from
nil thrco parties, and )ou, must de
cide which of them will handle tho
government for the benefit of the
people. Yon Hawallans should not
bo Indifferent. Tho Portuguese are
great workers. They go to work be
foro they aro fifteen joars of ago.
Tho Havvnllans should not do that,
T h r if ty Housewives
HERE is good news for you.
This week we offer six pat
terns of large, roomy Ann
Rockers, golden oak, regu
lar values $6 to $7.50
Choice for $5.00
This showing and sale will still
further emphasize the fact that
for value and variety there is no
place like Hopp's, and no
time like the present to satisfy
your furniture wants.
See Window Display
J. Hopp & Co., Ltd.,
The House of Quality
185 King St.
The foregoing Resolution was, nt
1 regular meeting of tho Hoard of
Supervisors of tho City and County
of Honolulu, hold on Tuesday, Octo
ber IS, 1910, ordered passed to print
on the following voto of said Hoard:
Ajes AMa, A)lclt, Cox, Kane,
Lngnn, McClellcn, Qulnn. Total, 7.
t i:. HUITANDRAU.
Acting City and County Clerk.
47C3 Oct. 19. 20, 21, 22, 24.
Itor could get certificates of Judg
ment whereby additional costs would
bo eliminated. There wero tw only
two Hnwallnns In the House nnd
they voted for tho bill. Halo has a
letter from Holsteln In which he
states that It was one of tho best
measures for tho poor man In tlto
last session. However, If 1 gn back
to tho House, nnd I ntn given to un
derstand that tho majorlt) of the
electorate does not want such n law,
I pledge msclf not to vote far it.
"The Count) of Hawaii Is thoonh
one which bus a building of Its own.
Hllo will soon havo n $200,000 IVd-
eral building When that has been
(lulshed, no will nnd that tho Ter
rltory has oldest nud shabbiest
buildings in Hllo. The ndmlnlHtra
Hon hhB ndmlttri) that It has it sur
plus In Its treisury. Now the Re.
publican Icglslntots will try to get
$.(1,000 to $7,000 Tor i Territorial
building for Hllo. Tlint will mean
money for the me-hnnlcs nud tho
common., laborers liore. We will
make the biggest kind of nn effort
to get It."
Scaled tenders will bo received by
the Superintendent of Public WorkB
untjl ; m. of Thursday, October
27, 1910, for laving ltiOO feet of
wood stan plpo In Maklkl Valley,
Specifications on file In tho office
of tho Superintendent of Public
Tho Superintendent of Public
Works reserves the right to reject
any or nil bids.
Superintendent of Public Works.
4750 Oct. IB, 17. 18, 19, 20, 21,
no oj ir jb
w, i1, milt U,
J. 1'. Hale spoke In favor of th
Hopuhllrnn Delegnto and candidate-)
for ithe Senate. He bid himself
but should feck an education so as. been n stevedore, nnd ho called on
to lit themselves to handle tho nt- tho stevedores to help him land In
fairs of their own government." tho House. Sheriff Pun had cap.
"I nm before vou ns n cnnclldtta tured runnwaj prisoners and thus
for tho Senate." said Hewitt. "If I shown that In knew his business,
nm elected I will wot I. fpr the lnter-1 Harry Irwin the Democratic candl-
ostB of tiio'tiartv nnd tho neon'e ns dote for c nttorney. could not
well ns I know how. I have fo." speak lltwttlltn, while Deere could
ninny tears tnst tnken n great ln-!nnd this would mnko him a better
Sealed Tenders will be received nt
the nlllco of tho Superintendent of
Public Works until 12 m. of Tucs.
day, November 1, 1910, for nn ex
tension and alteration of the Hack
fold w harf shed.
The rlghMs reserved to reject any
or nil bids.'
Superintendent of Public Works.
October 22, 1910. 47501101
Manufactured from pure distilled wal
er. Delivered to any part of city by
Oahu Ice & Electric Co.,
Kewalo Telephone 1128
terost In the land question. I fought
to get lands opened for the people,
nnd I can say thst a, last' we have
obtained a good land law, passed by
a Republican Delegate before a Re.
publican Congress, and the people
should appreciate this. I think It Is
n fair law, enabling every man to
got his rights, and It Is due to the
Republican party and to the Repub
lican Delegato that tho people show
Austin Makes Flea.
"The Republican party has done
Mr. Lewis nnd mvsclf tho honor to
nominate us for supervisors for
Noith nnd South Hllo," said Aus
tin. "Wo are glad to nsk you to
vote for us. The nomination Is no
good unless the voters back It up.
1 am sorry that Mr. Lowly Is sick
nud not able to talk to you himself.
Thnt Is one moro reason why jou
should voto for him. You don't
know mo. I am n hum orator."
'l havo been told that I would
not daro to come to Wnlakea nnd
spcik of the nmendment of tho gar
nishee law whlih 1 tried to havo
passed," said Affonso. "I am here
to explain It, as there has been much
misunderstanding In regard thereto.
I merely tried to make the present
lnw easier on tho poor people. At
present the creditor can sue when
ever ho has a mind to dig up V fur
n suit, nnd each tlmo tho poor debt
or bts costR ndded to his Judgmont,
My nmendment provided that thTO
should be only one, original Judg
ment, and that after that tho cred-
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Rycrof fc'p. Fountain
lleautlful jrjctnl nnd wood
en frames, In oval, rouini and '
A most carefully -selected
nsnrtnieut of mouldings thnt
vo fnake tip Into frames that
will shovv"jour picture to tho .
Photo Supply Co..
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FILMS AND CAMERA!
Weekly Bulletin l pit jc.ir.
man for the Hnwnllins to pinco in
the olllce, t.alnken wns nil .right
hut two voting men were running
for treisurer. Lnloken fiad had that
nulto long enough, nnd ho should
now make room for tho oung men
Swain spol.o of his former run , fur
tho ollke of treasurer, and hoped
thnt Walnkea would support him ns
well ns It had nt thnt time, when
bo had led his ticket In that pre
etnet. Tho position was nua of
trust. The'Rcpuhllran party had
seen fit to reposo confidence In him
by nominating him, nnd ho nikcd
the electorate to do the same, and to
voto the straight ticket. It deserved
Rlckard, candidate for tho House,
spoko In both Kngllsh and Hawai
ian. Knl referred to tho fact that he
had been elected county tlerk two
years ago, anil nsked for the same
Bttpport this vcar. He had dotio his
best during the past two jears, nnd
If the voters thought thnt ho was lit
to hold tho olllro, ho asked for their
"If jou do not oto for Kuhio.
voto for Notley," said Hcors. "lie
Is another Hawnllnu, n man of your
own race. 1 believe-Hint the Repub
llcati. Democratic nnd Homo Rule
voters will support mo for imiiit)
attorney, Just us vvus dono by the
Hoard of Suporvlhors, when mem
bers of tho board, representing nil
llireo parties, voted for mo vvltou I
Here tho meeting ended with n
musical number, though one Adam
Duncun Insisted on making n speech
HAN'T TFP ftN A DAT trom tllc I"""""". Tho crowd, bow.
UUI1 I Ulbl Uimnlll evcr lelt'hlm, nnd Hcrnnid Koleko-
To Kill III Ho seized tho opportunity to make
Tt,. .,... .,t .,.'.. V,,. ,n mi i.' n of !' "Insurgent" bpeeches from
mlr. .ml n.h.r v.rmln I. tn i.l from .. til? Steps Of the Illlol llOUfcO.
drunist a nackaira of the ruirinteed The. undldntiM und the members
eilerralnator, Steams' Electric Rat and f Utc pteMnct club drifted over to
Roach Pasta. the railroad warehouse, mid hero the,
Ready for use; belter than traps, for It '"' '"" "tailed, It appeared that
drives rats and mice out of the bouse ta some of tho candidates, nsalBted hv
die. Money back if it falls.. 2-oz, box 25c,; Til 01 ('oiil, wanted to tnko n shot
10 oz. hot $1 00. For sale by druggists or nt Ilono, who Is working ngalnst
sent eipreta prepaid to nearest esprets i.nvv Is, nnd It had beon given out
wiEBimiK.cipiu.lun. ,, Ulc let tmt "SoniOtlllllg W0S
Stearns' loctric l'aila Co., Chicago, III. ' going to ill op,".
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PACIFIC PICTURE FRAMING: CO.
1050 Nuuanu Street
Thero was therefore a bit of sub;
ilned excitement when Alfonso, who
Is n I so said to be marked to be
scratched by Huso's thorn, mado A
speech exhorting tho cpb members '
to remember their obllgnllon to roto j,
tho straight ticket. "That' mentis j
that I get onr voto, too, docs' It
not, Mr. Chalrmnnf" ho ndded. '
"Oo on," tnld Rose, but, Affonso
guvo wnj to Hlckafil, who mado a
speech in favor of tho Immigration'
Doors mado a short spocch, stat
ins thnt every club membar should
work for the straight ticket. Cook
said ho wanted to hear from Ttoio
nnd Austin nud Kealohn expressed
the rnme deslro, hut Hone ' ruled
tnem out nt order on tho point that
the meeting hnd been called to glva
the candidates n clinuro to speak. V
Speeches followed by Jackson,
Swnln, Hewitt and Kernnndez, when
Austin said thnt ho and Lewis botli
exported to get tho straight Repub-
llcau voto nt tho I'mirtli nnd Fifth
precinct clulu. "It Is no ttso to rilay
tho schoolbb) nft," ho sa)d. "Thero '
may no cnuiim tics on the tickets
whom jou do not like, but ia mtiB
vote tho strnight ticket, nnhnw."Q
Halo and llohnnnborg followed,
and the Inevltablo Duncan gave vent
to much verbiage, but wan flnnlly
squolcheil by tho dialrmnn, and utt
er. Pirn hnd mndn a fow remarks, tl8
meeting ndjourncd, , f
Inter-Island md O, R & L. Shlpplne
books for bhIo nt tho Hiillotlii
ollltc, DOc each. v