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HONOLULU. T, II. MONDAY, NOV. 21, 1910.
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TO THE PUBLIC Wc wish at this time to express our appreciation to
the Island public for the confidence reposed in us, as manifested by the
large number of purchases of the motor cars wc deal in. Altogether in the
past wo have handled some ten different makes of cars; we now handle
There is a reason for this.
To handle any new make that was produced seemed to us too much like
"trying it on the dog" with the public as the Dog.
Our policy was to study the situation carefully, gauge local conditions
and then consult the best automobile authorities in America with the
result that wc represent today
The Pierce Arrow
(All Licensed Under Seldcn Patent) ' '-?.
These three great makes represent a combination of best practice in
automobile construction, with the widest choice of body types and prices.
The manufacturers of these three great makes are the leaders in the in
dustry. By handling only these three great makes we can do justice both to the
public and the manufacturers.
There are from five to eight thousand different parts in an automobile
multiply this by ten, and the number is enormous. Few dealers if any
could keep even the necessary parts of ten makes to provide against inev
itable accident, but with three it is different.
We wish our name to be synonymous with the
GOOD AUTO SUNDRIES AND GOOD SERVICE. ,..,"; ;
B tt n tt tt n i: tt tt tt u u n ii a i
TWO GAMES AT
Junior League Gives Two
Attractions to the
Twelve to Miven was t'te wny tho
Miihock put It oer the Asahls )es-'
terday In n nlno-lnnlug Ram.' nt.
Aaln Park, and thru In Hip second
game of tin? .1;y, l.ctwi'ini Hip 0. ..
is. anil rnlnniaft. t ho score was so
In iKc that Hip game was called In
tlio seventh nnil tin total Ii yet
Thorn"wns n big ciowd out to roe
the pair.ra ym oHuy, and rooting
ami iiPirli:K ' ''' 'I" rnlr through
out Hip i.i:iii. Willi ii lot t nagging
'n tlii ride. Hip iilnpr exchanging
lonitillnieuta with Ihc speytnlors.
The rimo anil summary:
All It llll Sll I'O
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Mma.uiml, r. . I
3. Nod.i, 2I ..r.
Kulsakl. If ..4
lin.iiiaka, f , .1
I.ojlina, rf . .fi
llayash1. Hi ,.t
Totals. .1(1 7
All It llll Sll I'O A
Associated Garage, Ltd.
M. Alien. If .
Avloll, 2li ..
Ah Tin. c .
Ah (,'lntw. nh
(3. Duck. rf.'.
All Itonfc, if.
.1 XavlPr, p.
Wing Hoe, kh
T. Alalia. H
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f, 3 tli Brifjga In ChteuRo Tribune a
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! n j F.J. GOULD ADMITS " : tS3
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Kilim 0 1 .1 0 0 1 1 1-n 7
Hasp hllH . . ,C1 1 1 0 0 1 1 2 t S
ilium ......... 3 o i o n o n n i s
I1.IBP hltH 2 0 210103 "
Two-tiano hlt, Arakl, Nniln; three.
biro liltr. Alio Clii-w, .1. Xnvli'r 2;
flirt hasp on rrrom, AualiU I, Mu
liookR ": wllil iiltili, C. Xlorlyatiia:
lir.po nil IkiIIf. off C. Morivama ti, J,
If It's Paint
AND YOU WANT A GOOD JOB. SEE ME TOM SHAltP
ABE SEEN EVERYWHERE
I S. E. Lucas
Unsoniu nuililint,', curiii-r Ilntrl and
The best I.er.- in town lo 41
Married Clioius Gill in France
and Again In Scotland
Effort at Secrecy Fails. .
LONDON. November !. I'ninli .1.
C mill, itltoirt'il liusliaiiil of MrH.
Italph lllll TliciiUH, niltnlltPil loilay
for Ihp Ilrst llii'o thai lin wan marrln-l
it Killtli Kelly, former I.omloii ami
S'ew York rlnnn hIiI.
Tho marrlasp. "The Iianilner" eor
pi"ioniletit lrarneil, wan pprfortneil by
Civil riintiart last Ansimt In l'arln
rift lipfom (loiilil mailc lilt brief vlU
Snvlnr .1: left on babes, Aahl .' to Now Yoik. Mm. IIH'Ii KiIIv (loithl
MiiIio('b 7: iinwil IuIIb. .Miiriiiaml, however, wan i!lsatlK!k't with Hie
r.; Rtrttck out. by C. Mnrlynnm 3. J-Jl'ieneb coiemony nml Inalnleil upon
Nnvlor 2; ilou'il" jilav, ChattR Ditck, having the wpiMIiik poleiimlieil In
to Avlclt. I'mplre. II. Chlllliu:
worlh: rrorer. fain Hop; Hino of
rjatne, 1 henr 2 minutes.
ARE CHAMPIONS OF
THt hAMAKUA DIST,
Dr. Hugh L. Dickey
Eye, Ear, Nose Threat, 1150 Ala.
kf stree' (opposite Royal Hawaiian
Hotel). Hours: 9-12:30 nnd 1:30-4-30.
Sunday, 10-11. Evenings by
appointment. Telephone 3024.
Henry May &; Co.'s
50c the Jar
All the Famous Crcsca Brand
Salted Pecan Nuts
In Glass Jars
at 50o and 75o
Henry May & Co., Ltd.
Leading: Grocers Telephone 1271
Honokaa Team Won All But
One Game Played in
Owing to Hie failure of tho I'aau
llo baxebnll .nt) to appear In their
caaie with the llomikaiH, hiHt Sun
day, IlmiiliOK John I'errnlila ami Dr.
(Haulier nwanleil Hip Kntne to tho
local; H'oie, H-n.
'fhU l the eloBe 'of -the haveball
ip.imm In llamal.ua, nml tho Hono
kaa nKKiPuntloii mailu a runaway
race of It Tor premier honors, win
uliin iwentv-tlueit entiiPA out of
twenty four played.
In all of their same they otit
rlaefeil tholr oppoiieiit, wIiuiIiib at
all Hiiiex with ease.
The next beat team In the Laupa
hnelmo nine. They ale the only for
tunate one to iionquer tho cham
pions a nil ileserve tho frather In
their enps. They ate a Rood bunch
of snorts and Biiappy hiseball U
branaeil In tlielr style of play.
The Kukiilhaoles came stroni! to-
wanls tho enil, ami a different taju
may be told next season as to tho
final BlanilliiK If they nre nblo to se-
iure a few moro Jim McKensies,
He's tlio pretont team In himself.
The 1'aaullon made n Rood beRln
nine, but u poor cndlliB, and befian
to encourage coaxInR liiHtead of n
rhalleiiBO for n Ramo of baseb.ill.
MnnaRer Ilouser of the Honokaa
team Is spoken of hlfihly for his
work In connection with the team,
on which ho spent time and money.
Ilouser Is satisfied, for Ills team
Is champion of the llamakua dls.
trlct for this year.
It tl It
Theie are n number of persons n
thn city who are waiting for Soldier
KIiir lo como down from Hie Coast
after tlio first of thn year for an
other raco with tlio Wnl.ilua Horse,
Tho opinion Is general that ho can
Imat thn soldier Mr tho full Mara
ICnglaiul r Hcotl.md.
It wih for iIiIm reason that Frank
'loiilil mid Ills In Mo went hoiiiic-hiiut-n:
In (11 mrlv In October Kail
Iiir to f!ml the I It'll I sort nt n reil
ileueo in that city, thty ram- t IMIn
ImrKh nml leased lor n short perlol
the hlsloilp Ablntttforil. (orriier homo
of Sir Waller Heelt v
In this ina'-"ilflep' nld Oeotllsli
mansion tho New York mllltnnnlro
with bis bililc. n nhorus bvauly
whlled away tho twenty-one ilaya tint
nni't elapse liefnrn they Mnild' qualify
as parlies to a Scottish iinrrlase. Tb.i
three weeks of residence expired on
Saturday I.ir'. ,
On that day Mr. nml Mrs. (Iniild, ne
oompanted by two wllnosnos whnwero.
Sttorn to secrecy, visited tlio oftlcp of
the. Sheriff In rjlln'iurRb.Thero they
tolij Hnderslierirr Mcl.eoa tlint tliey
bud provloniilv declared theniselvea
tuaiu nnd wife but wished )o baM
lie inarrlaRe rcEMero) uiiiler tlio
Scottish law. Il-ntnx prnPd tholr
residence, tho couple obtained a wnr
rant nutborlilng tho reKistrallun
Confident (hit their secret would
not heroine known, nnuhl nml his
wiro returucil tu AblKittnfonl. ThU
niornliig ihcy eitno to Imdnii nnd
worn iiHlnnlsliC'l to lenm tliat tho reg
istration book hail bcon Inspected and
the inarrliRo record pulillalied. Mr.
"I'm going lo Paris noxt week nnd
then start for Now York. No, no, I(
illil no' purchnso Ahhottslord, Tho
ertato Is entailed I rented Ihoplaco"
for six weeks for shooting and flfili
$1.50 to $2.50
Premium Tipt- fJ-Ivon -fnv n'ncli H
AMERCIAN BROKERAGE CO, Ltd. t
93-95 Kin Street
AIIB TIIE SOLE AOENTS
ft I A f w v it4 m J a-k k v U h. A . I b
aicAanuci Hiuug num , if
Our Parcel Delivery passes your door twice a day. iM
L. .r... " li.
MARRIES ADOPTED SON
Worpan Aqed 49 Weds Youth
' pf20 She Raised From' '
Wi:r.I.1 TON, Ohio, November 8
Mrs. Sarah Stewart, 49 years of age,
married James Turner, 20 vcurs of
age, her adopted son, hern yesioulny.
As guardian of the young nun, Mrs
Stewart first appeared before the li
cense clerk and signed tho necessary
permission for a minor to marry Tlio
bridegroom was ml ipted by Mrs.
Stewart when bo was u baiy. He was
given u good education ami when tin
grew up ho decided that lie could not
do better than enter u cloter relation
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Shipping and Commission
Agent for '
Arthur Scwall & Co., Bath, Mo.
Parrott & Co., Sau Francisco
Badger's Fire Extinguisher Co.
General Fire Extinguisher Co.
.HUlNNKU AUTOMATIC M'KINKT.EI
Noxuuan Clock Go.
Royal Standard Typewriter -Aachen
& Munich Fire Inr.. Co. ,
FORT STREET, AE MERCHANT
oung Ilrlde-l didn't nT"!'', tttl. the woman who cared for I.H
rry tlio first tlnio ho proposed ,if0.
is Uyvnl No, dear; you weiert't, , '. , m-1 '''' l
re,-llostou Tr.uitcilpt. jiy-'nir Bal" carMa at'lliillellii
$1 a Year
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