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nVCNMNQ IIULLETIN, HONC-LULL. T II BTtnn.Y, NOV. 2G, 1910
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Oarage mid this department of tliu
ioMr business If receiving especial
C .1 Si-hoeiiliig tf von llnnitn
Young sales force mlled for Jlnul
tfHtcrdny with an Kverett "30" t
remonstrate lit hilt climbing power
ovff the roads of tluit nlurid. lie
will be gone uboilt tliree v.aks.
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ARMY AND NAVY
11. .1 Km m Vi. Tliomaii have car f t Ame.l nrn. loii-'nj? In IMro. The office mid supply department
found their i i It i i i tncrs tmirliiK
carB crv uaibfjcu r
Francis (lay ha i til red nn nulo
inatle staitur to lie 11.1, .,! on his -IS-liorse
power I'ieno Arrow.
The AfMncin-d flafags linn two
more oritur tor l'lorco Arniw cars,
and the order will go forward wlthlit
n few days.
In fact CO per cent of nil Ambrlein tf Vim Hhmm.Yuiing Co. 'ha beon
earn seen In continental Kitropo are, rearranged to take care Of the large.
Packard, which sptaks olnniH for.snppls of tipnie parts for ait me cars
this jMipiilar car
Honolulu haii the distinction of bo
I UK the twenllc h on
carried In Btocfc.
DIcMnton In -P-arrer. - I
Svcielnry ifiiWar J M. Mlcklnson.l
accompanied by Hrlg tlen Clarenco,
M. L'dwnrils. I, .8. A Major Kournler.j
Kronen nrrfiy, Mnlir T lletitley Mutt.'
U. k. A., Capt. if. N Cnotes, U. S. A.,
mid ill. Sthipkins eJ llinton visited
the Punch. Cavalry School at Saunmr
on Oct. tb. Tliey wire met fit tho
Htalhm by Lieutenant Colonel Sch
midt, assistant conimandant, and Capt
Douglas McCnskov ltd U. H. C.tv.,'
Vcleano Stnb't'S, sub -agents for
thMUt an mio o Hunim-Young Co., have 21 men
CfHRftil Packard usoncles. That In to In their aulotnciilln ueparuneni "" wi,,, g taMliR the conn"' ut tho school.
i Fay, of tho 4no or more 1'acKanl i" macniur in '' - ii . ftec Visiting nil the department!! or
(agents all over the United State. Hoi ' 'the RcliooLdnd tollnesslng exhibition-
nolnlii standi twentieth In tlm num. T. Onrd of Hllo made n new recofrt ... ri,uiiir liv tho ximlciit ofllccra they
- , ,,..-,,.. .,- ... rrnn. r ,ber of sates made In proKrtl(in to tho mound 'Hawaii with his ft- yllnder ( l;ll, ,l0 ,unsnrp F(Hlng ithu rbl'lhl
...b in in. ii...i.nn Z,,l,it two ollottmtit of can kUi'h tu Honolulu. . Thoiuls tlyer. The-trip was madu In masters ride their beautifully trained
hours. Ho made this tlmo In order This '" i''!,' Rlgnineant fact as In fourteen hours.
to see tho Shrluers' iarnde.
A complete stock of IiIrIi grade
auto sundries Is on hand at tho Asso
ciated warcrooms which will make
attractive Christmas gifts to tho en
t)crrp!lf!ii7ii of n.iliift Itinmliilii titnitnl
even xut li iHIim ua San Francisco,! REAL
i.os Aimciex ami oinor cities in IMC'
km, I sales.
I A icport from the Cadillac Motor
i Car Coiiiimny that 137 cities have
Work Is nroRtessliiR rapidly on tho""""" n -" 'i" "r'"'r ""'"-
now vulcanizing room nt tho Aso.;"l that conrcquently 200 Cadillac
elated and It Is hoped to lmvo It lu I buers are nWaltltiR patiently Tor
i full operation the first of December. I their i.irs Is nlso iMimo out In llono-
and which will bo modern tu every, lulu, whem nt tK pteseut time not
DurlnR tho past week the Assoclat
- ed has delhered a ChalmerB 30 jiony
. tonneait, to C. V Wnilhams of Sio
i kntie, WashlnRton, who Is In the city
, spenillnK tho wlntor. Mr Wndhnnis
, has owned a Chalmers for the past two
years which never Rave htm nny trou
J ble ro ho placed the order hero for
another enr when ho found the fine
roads of the Territory.
' The von Hamm-Youns Company ro
..port the sale this weok of a Hupmo
4 bile to .Mr. Marshall Webb. This
(starts tho ball rolling with tho first
0911 Hupmoblle to Lc sold. Thuso
Jcars nre bo generally used through
, tho United States an business uti.l
f pleasuro runabouts that there Is no
.question but what a great many wilt
Lo sold In tho Hawaiian Inlands. The
lunnlng expenses of tho Hup will bo
hSo small as compared with even the
medium sized car that "they will bo
wlthtn the reach of most any small
-'nalarled man, as woll as any rich plan
"ter. Tho Hup can make tho trip
around tho Island as easy as nny of
the cars, and any kind of mountain
'climbing docs not phaze It.
' The first nppearance of the torpedo
liody was made this week when Tho
Mon Hnmm-Young Company received
(nn Overland torpedo runabout. This
i car was Immediately delivered to Dr.
tlledcmanu who has already given It
1 considerably use, and finds It one of
, the most convenient types of car for
professional or commercial use of any
Dr. C. D, Wood purchased from Tho
jTon Hnmm-YouiiR Company this week
tho new Uaby Overland car which
camo In on tho last Sierra. This Is u
new typo of car which has been con
structed for tho 1911 trado and It has
u most snappy appearance. This car
has a world of power and speed uud
being hung low to tho ground uud
light makes tho appearance of the car
something entirely now. A 21-gullon
Kasollno tnnk nt tho rear of tho seals
Is one of the' new features. Tho
lyheel steer has n very raklBh nngle,
nnd the seats are well aft Insuring
Iplenty of leg room for oven tho larg-
Tho Volcano Stables & Transporta-
jflon Co., purchased from Tho von
Illamm-Young Company the two now
Sail Ilulcks which arrived by tho SI-
rra last week. Ono of these being
"7a very handsome double rumble road
ster finished with rod body and top,
Vjho other a Model 17 touring finished
Jwlth a blue body and grey running
fgear. These aro tho powerful cars
jwhlch seem to be bo popular In Hu
;wall, and glvo such wonderful satis
faction ovor the rough and hilly conn
it'ry of that Island.
'Tho von Hamm-Young Company re
ceived by the Novadan this week two
Kverltt cars of tho 1911 model. Ono
of theso cam Is a deml-tonneau and
one a flve-passcngor car. Tho Im
provement In thoso cars over last
years models are a larger radiator nl
the honeycomb type replacing tho tub.
tilar type of last year; the winter con'
(lections nre placed lu a different po
sition, and tho cars aro equipped
with a Koscli magneto. Theso c.iim
aro very fast and aro excellent hill
cllmbors, and aro the most popular
cars of this class In San Francisco,
i Another car delivered during the
week by Tho von Hamm-Young Com
pany was a beautiful 1911 Packard
touring car to Mr. A. W. Carter. Tho
car preceded Mr. Carter by about two
weeks, but u cablegram was recolved
from Mr. Carter ticking that tho car
bo delivered to tils faiilly.
'Advices from tho Packard Company
show that tho Packard Is tho favorite
lest than roen Cadillac sales have
been clnpil by The Mm llaiuni
Young Company fur cars to arrlo
during the next month or two. If tt
was net for tho fact that the ton
Hamin-YoiiUK Co. had ordered those
cars months ahead they would not
hate been able to till their orders lu
ns ehmt a tlmo iih they nro now nblo
To Brea. ..ecorcl.
An attempt tu break tho New
York -to Paris motor lecord, estab
lished In 190S, will be made next
spring by Itoger Colardenu, an ad
venturous frenchman who Is now In
New York. He will nee a motorcycle
InstPad of an automobile, lie levlug
that, bearing horlous acldents, he
can lower the record of live months
and IS das by fully a a mouth.
Colardeau Is going In for the sport
of the undertaking, and will bear
his own expense. lie will leave
shortly for Paris to arraugo for sui
ply stntlons throughout Siberia and
Itussla. The Itinerary will bo an
nouueed before ho leaves New York.
New Auto Battery.
At the first contention of the
Electric Vehicle Association of Amer
ica, recently held In .Madison Square
Harden, New York, tliu Klectrlc Stor
age Ilattery Company of Phlladel
phla, announced that had perfected
a new vehlc'e battery which has
two or three times the life of the
Kor many years experiments have
been carried on lu this wintry and
abroad tn determine, what could be
done to prevent the disintegration
and washing away of tho lead active
material In batteries for electric
vehicle service. A Frenchman In
vented the only prnctl -,il method so
far found to accomplish this result.
The fact was thereby cktabllshed that
by holding tho active meterl.il In lis
place tho life of the plate can bo
prolonged with ex el'cnt c.ipaclty to
an almost Indefinite period.
entered for Record, Nov. 23, 1910,
from 10:30 a. m to 4 p. m.
Cst of Alio Paakaula h Aduir to
(loofce K Davit's U
Hannah J Hitchcock and hsb tu lill-
zabeth K Meyer D
lMgur llenrlqiies and wf to Frank
Knnch Johnron Sr mid wf to Dioch
Johnson Jr I)
Clinch JnhiiFOii Jr mid wf to Mrs
Knl.iul N Johnson D
Agnes II II Judd lit- Ally to A 11
Dondcro et al Par ltel
i: Colt Ilobnm to Mis. Annie K
Wan en D
A 11 Dondern by Attv et nl to Hawu
Mission of tho Methodist Kpls.
Western & Hawn lnvRiut Co Ltd In
PK It Strauch I)
A Lewis Jr and wf to Maria O'.Ion-
IMIth II Wallace and hsb to (loo A
J Oswald Lulled to Club Stables
Entered for Record, Nov. 25, 1910,
from 9 a. m. tc 10:33 a. m.
William (1 Stable nn.l wf lo A K
ftnsa HodrlRiics Mid hsb et al to
Caesar Vlelr.i I)
IiIrIi school horsoi find then their
santour horses. After these exhibi
tions many 'beautiful hoises woro led
Into the, riding hall mid shown to the
Secretary nhd Ills naity. who word
later the guests of the o Ulcers nt tho
Nelson K Snlfff
pal, i' A; special
31S. July 11, 1910
Western . Ilutvn lutstmt Co Ltd
to Mary A Short and hsb, ltel; lots
3 of gr 3137. bldg, etc. Kaalhee
Tract, Honolulu, O.ilm. II 334. p
4H. Nov 10, 1910.
Illshop & Co to B V ll.-irn.tril, Ilcl;
patents (grs) 10GC, 2889, 10G7,
.1.174. 3711 and 41 CO, N Hllo, Haw-ail;
SC000. 11 234, p 4 IS. Aug
Hannah .1 Hitchcock and hsb (II
It) to Trs of American lid of Comrs
for F M, Kxchg D; 90r-1000a of gr
474, Knluanliii, Moloknl; 1. II 342,
p 182. Aug 22. 1910.
llntvn Cornel & Sugar Co et nl to
Territory of Hawaii, Kxchg D; por
gr 3343. Main and Wharf StR. Ka
htilitl, Wnlluku, Maul. II 342, p
11)0. Oct 14, 1910.
Recc-de- Nov. 12, 1910.
Kcalalalna Johnson by Tr to Han
nah S Knlanl; ltel; pc land. Nuuaim
Valley, Honolulu. (100. II 334, p
llfi. Nov 11. 1910.
Hannah S Knlanl to M W Tschudl.
M; pc land, Nuiianu Valley, Hono
lull. IU0. II 334, p 417. Nov 11.
without n single penalization for the !. '" l"800- Al' ,3- l"ween Ho
entire distance. Kite quarts of o.lj a Pauah. S. Hono ,,.,,. 91000.
mid 04V4 gallons of gasoline were "- '" , i- . ;
consumed, the averago fuel con-' ....',.,..
luid ni li i.iiiii
Glhson Is D'ad.
Colonel Joseph It (llbson, n retired
riii goon nod nmoor of the Ilnltoil i
RtatcR Army, died Nov. 2 at Phlladel-j
phla. Hu w,tn 72 years of age ami had j
been In falling health for some llmft
Cofonel (llh'.xin wai born January
2. 1838. In April 1S02, he was ap
pointed assistant surgeon In tho nrmy.
March 13, 18Cfi, he was promnled tn
the rank nf cttitam uud nialor for
fillhfiil nnd nierllorloiis services dur
ing the war. Kor hit sort Ices during
the cholrr.1 outbreak on Hart's Island,1
isew ioik iiarhir he wts appointed
lieutenant colonel Keptemher 21, ISCiJ.
March 19. 1877, he was promoted nit-Jfir-smgeoii.
mid be was lotlrcdAprfl
23. 1904. with tho rank of colonel.
The Interment was mtdp In Arling
ton, Vn. Colonel tllln,in Is survived
by reveral children.
Off to Philippines.
Oiders have been Isnii'd bv the War
nepartment directing eight hoops ami
the m.tchlne-gun platoon of the Rth
Cavtlry to , ir.ee ml to Manila on Dos.
", 191(1. and the rointlnlng four troon
to proceed nn March S, 1911, rollev I
lug the lSlli Cavnlr Ten triNipH and
mat blue gun platoon s' tho 7lh Cav.il-1
i.v will salt for the Philippines nt '
11 mifY l-itirutiy .,. Hill, to relieve Ihn isili
n to Henry C Il.f , Cavalry an I the roinilnlng two trottii
.owe,s. II 33fi, p I "f, !,' ,711' Cavn'r ! leate Tor the
' ' ' 1 lllillliintnna ,.,. fA.. - ,n. ra-, .....
i " "' 'i , IVI1. 1 no iziu
Cavnliy, when It returns tn the Hint
ed Slates on January 15 next, will bo
illtMed among Fort ltoblnsnn, Neb.;
Fort Hiiachuc.t. All., nnd Fort Apt
che Atlz. The entire 13th Cavnliy
wl 1 sail from Manila March IS next
for Btatlon nt Fot Illlcy, K.ts.
The newspapers of Derlln state that
forthcoming Herman naval estlmalet
will exceed tho pretlnus ones by $:,,
000,000, making a record total or more
thnn 115.000,000. A significant Item
Is a provision for a naval nltnoho nt
Vienna, where (lermany hitherto ban
had nntin. The appointment of suc'i
nn nttnchc shows recognition of tho
Importance to fle'many of tho growth
of tho Austrian fleet.
MISS CHRISTMAS DOLLY
AT WHITNEY & MARSH'S.
narlillan Won Can
A Cadillac won the reieiit Kansas Cst Ilernlco P Ulshop by Trs
Magazine Cup inn of 1017 miles' Fiedcrlck Harrison. I); Lot 2 of It
n ' ....... - vtno i.-i mem A., 11 l.neuimn l
sumption being ono gallon to 18.7
miles. No water was taken, mid no
grease added to the lubricant In tiro
cutis nt the beginning of the run.
The .'.nr acted ns iitceniaKer for the
JC000. II 342,
Nuiianu St, Honolulu,
p 195, Nov 4, 1910.
Joseph T Sllva nnd wf to Honolulu
III owing & Malting Co Ltd, M; 1543
sq ft land, rents, etc., Nuiianu St,
contestants; aim on me mm uy i Honolulu; Lot 30, 9375 nq ft laud
the pilot cur. carrying i.vo pjhseii- ,, etc.. Collego St. Honolulu. Jl
gers mid tholr liaggago.
Several motoring parties made the
and note (7000. II 334, p 418. Nov
Howard D Ilowen et al to Frank K
Howard. D; Lots C25, I. P B3S9 and
trip mound the UIjiiiI on Thanks.' C25, L P 5300. Honolulu, 2. II 312,
giving. One wus composed of Ted P I9. Nov u, JSlii.
Illce. Frank Ilawes nnd Oeorgo F.dwnrd U Henry to Sarah Henry,
Humphreys, and another of C. 0.10; lrtt In Lot 5, lllk 4, Mnkaoku, Oov
llottel. W. W. Fright uud Mr. John.'ei'rirneut. Lots, Hllo, Haw-all; Int III
son. The latter had to ft'nd to towfi land. Puna, Hawaii. 1 etc. 11 337,
rnr n (tin unit wurn itnluVd In a'et- . I1 -B1- B''nl ,0 1J1"-
For it lino nrray of high cluss autos
those lined up a'ong tlm drive dv-
erlooklng Alexander Held during tho ,90
Puliahnu Oiihii gaino Tuesday Is w
flustav Krotzschmar and wf to First
Dank of Hllo Ltd, M; Lot 30, L P
(Or) C284, Pohakaa. Hamnkua, Hit-
wall. $1200. II 334 p 424. Oct 1,
, iviiut-r ii jiuyai-iui-u mm wi lurirsL
worthy of montlon. Nowhere In the ank ()f j,nn Ut, M. JJDt c ,( ,,
world .'Jtild a lined array than thU not!4, Klolakaa - Keaa. Kail. Hawaii.
Dr. Iledeinann has the only tor
wdo machine In town, this being an
Qvorlnud. Tho torpedo body Is very
popular, especially with women
drlvors, for all dust and tlllt Is ex
cluded by tho tight doors.
Two largo brazing Jobs lmvo Just
U'tiOO. II 334, p 420. Oct 29. 1910.
Miss Dolly of Paris, France, Is In
town mil will lemnln at Whitney H
Marsh's until Clulstiuas when sho will I
be glten to a popular little girl. Tho
waidrobo of Mlm Dully Is the causo
of iniidi admiration by all tho ladle.i
who hate seen It In the largo trunk1
that iho Iiiought with hor to Honolulu'
from Paris. Coupcns aro to be Issued
to every customer nt this store from
December 1st until 9 p. in. of Decem
ber 24lh with every twen'y.flvo cent
piiichase and Iho holder of the great
est number at that hour will bo do
claied the owner of the big doll. Tho
doll will make a never to be forgotten
gift for somo foituna'e child. Tho
stock nt Whitney & MnrBh's contains
many articles from Kurope nnd Auto
rlca that will make beautiful and use
ful presents for your friends. An In
novation that Is certain to piovo popq.
lar Is that all goods sold at Whitney
& Marsh's aro to bo nicely boxed free
lt has been a continuous ovation
for the perf rmcrs nt this theatre dur
ing the p.tBt week, Thursday night
Willis and Hassan changed their act,
ijolng, If possible inoio marvelous bal
ancing than has been scon hero dur
ing their engagement. Lochtnnc, a
Ringer of Scotch songs of tho Harry
Lauder variety, has pleased the. nil
d'lence.i nightly. Ho mado n change
In his selection last night that delight
ed (ho unusually large crowd present.
Ho has lots of spirit am) slugs more
like Iho fanner folk of the High
lauds at tho close, ( f n market day
than the Scot familiar (o all Island
DCOlile, I.ochraiie Is n vountr man who
Tho concert (o bo given tomorrow Ua copied tho Lauder stylo faithfully
afternoon lu the Capitol grounds ut anil, though lacking volume In somo
Unco o'clock will bo as follows: 0f (10 imv,.,. tcHi )1U ke0,is ,s aU(1.
Tho Old Hundred. rnco In pleaBant humor while ho
Overture Martha Flotow Rings,
intermezzo Salome Joyce . .
.... . ,t i',....-. Mlentnr., .11 Trnvltoro Venll
uoell limp eieu uy von iiuunii-1 uunbi -.-. .. (
. i Hnincmiii HJiieuKrin wiiguur
FROM THE JUNGLE.
THE GRABOWSKY TRUCK
j, lU, 8.AND 3 TONS 35 AND 45 HOUSEPOWETt
A REMOVAULK rOWEH PLANT; Hardened Sloe) DUSHINOS In
every working part; KMEflOHNCY CONDCNSINO CHAMilKIt; POSI
TIVE MECHANICAL Oiling System.
HONOLULU POWER WAQ0N CO., Agents W. M MIHT0N. Mt?r.
Phone 2100 875 South Street, Near King
Vocal Hawaiian bOngs.Ar by Ilerger Foroclous wild beasts direct from
Hemlnlscences of Uolllnl ....Godfrey n,e work-shops of (lermnny's best
llnlldil Morning uootiiovcn Toy-makers. Dolls for Iho girls. Ex.
Finale Tho Cllggtcrs Haines
riio Star Spangled llannor.
It must bo awfully monotonous for
u woman lo havo u husband who never
hurt3 her feelings.
press Wagons, Horses nnd Carts,
Mechanical Toys. 'Everything for Iho
boy nnd girl. All net'. A, II. Arlalgli
& Co., Ltd., Hotel near port.
A Few Words
To the Wise
U I J'
I . I .'
IF you intend to purchase an automobile do not allow ,
youPselVes ib be misled by a few h'igh-sbundlhtj
phrases. Talk the matter over with your frietids
who are owners of cars and be guided by their experience. '
The safest way is to take the car made by the oldest time
tried factories, 'which have sucessfully built cars for ycfars.
You do not always find these amongst the racing cars; they
do not have to race to establish a reputation.
' Ask any automobile expert n the mainland about such
car3 as the
fc .i.. .,i fir
and all of them will tell you that these cars (each in its
class)' arc amonrfst the choicest of American cars built to
day. j - - ..
Ask your friends who are owners of these caYs here what
they think of their choice, then call ori UBhttiaflWv us to
demonstrate to you. i- uwu tm .
You will always find us ready and pleased to be at your
service, and above all we (juarahteei'tbiitjivedu !a- frrJjuare
deal. " 'i'""' iivT ,viui n mt -i
Von HammtSb. H
Limited ' '
' Pioneers in the Autbmobilc Busificss.
Honolulu, T. H;"'Mi'il' Hikiiih-
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After careful investig ions of the most advanced methods of burial in the civilized world, our ,
Directors recommended the construction in Honolulu of a Reinforced Concrete Matfioleiun; an'd aft
er a critical eiamfnation o' 'inahy plans, arid witli the approval of the jfawdlitrit Bflartl Iff Xttiifb,
will cinstruct the .
& i ji. i, j
" , particulars of which can bj obtained at the office of
The Tovvnsend Undertaking Oo., Ltd.,
WH0LESAIE UNDERTAK NO AND FURNISHIN03
BLACK CLOTH CASKETS, Complete Trimmings, with outside box for shipment or delivery. $40.
COFFiNS, ful'l-sized, from $10 up. " ' ,L " " " ' "
' '. '
We make deliveries of these in the City or to the Railroad StatJor. or Iriter-Island Wharves on ;
request. ' '
(iS-71 BERETAHIA STR'et
IVccklj II u 1 1 e 1 1 n l per jcar.
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