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EVENIMQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, SATURDAY, JULY 22, tOtf.
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AUTOMOBILE BUSINESS GOOD,
IS VON HAMM-YOUNG REPORT
CADILLACS IN DEMAND ST
CAR PACKARD TRUCK
Tlio von Ilamm-YoiniR Company ro
portH business unusually "Rood In nil
departments this week. Thcro has
been plonty of activity In tlio Rales
department, ns may bo seen on tho
i honor roll, which Includes six names.
Tho great decrease in tlio cost of
upkeep Is impressing more and more
people, nnd tho fnct that an automo
bile Is a necessity rather than a lux
ury is being demonstrated niuro
forcibly all tho time. Thero was n
time, several years ago, when an au
tomobllo owner was continually bunt
ing a garage, and If lio did not visit
it repair shop at' least Once n week
lo considered himself "very fortunate.
Today conditions arc entirely differ
ent. Thcro is not one-tenth tho trou
ble with tho machlno thnt thcro was
previously; road trouble is on "a very
rapid decrease, and nt this stage of
the gamo an automobile is within tho
reach of most anyone. Take, for In
stance, a' llupmobllo runabout. A
prominent man stated tho other day
(hat1 ho had been running his llup
mobllo runabout for about n year and
had covered seven thousand miles.
He stated that ho was still using tho
original tires which camo on tho ma
chlno; his gasollno nnd oil bill wns
very nominal, and lio had visited a
repair shop but twice.. This is merely
ooo instanco unions a thousand oth
ers which could bo quoted without
'ew Cadillacs Coming.
., The Cadillacs aro still as popular
us ever, and a new shipment is ex
pected by tho von Ilanim-Young Com
pany in a week or ten days', most of
which aro sold to arrive. Tho popu
larity of tho Cadillac socius to boklbe
wimo tho world over, as reports come
In. very often from England, Franco
and oven Australia.
Mr. Crazier, who is tho Auckland
ngent for tho Cadillac, passed through
Honolulu this week, and reports that
tho Cadillac is thd most popular car
in his territory. He also reports that
,tho Cadillac Is tho oye car In his ter
ritory which requires but very llttla
The honor roll this week consists
of the following:
M. R. Sllva. v
"One swallow doesn't make
"PRIMO" help to
Order a case ironi your dealer
arid be sure to specify ', ,
SV Myrm -t i.flBBB
EVENS-DURYEA a popular
DOES GREAT WORK IN
Mrs. .1. W. Kcrsliner.
Hawaiian Sugar Planters' Assocla
tlon Experiment Htatlon.
(leo. Wilcox purchased
sevon-passenger Pncknrd touring cnr,f,t!r wl11 not do"1,t u0 extended by n
which was shinned to Kniinl on thoiKood many more mnchlnes. Thero
Klnnu Inst Tuesday. This gentleman
hns owned qulto u few machines al
ready, and considers that tho Packard
Is most adapted to his wants on the
M. 10. Sllvit bought n vory handsomo
Stevens-Durycn slx-cyllndor soven
pnsscngcr touring car, yhlcli ho Is"
placing In tho rent scrvlco on tho
N'minnu stand. This is ono of the
ilnost touring enrs In tho rent scrvlco
in Honolulu and Is fitted up most lux-1
urlonsly. This Is tho third enr Mr.
Sllva has placed in tho rent scrvlco
on tho Ntiunnii stand, and ho clnlnm
that the Stevens 4 already doing good
Another Stovcns-Duryca car was
sold to S. Kurahawn of Maul, which
Is nlso to be used In the rent cervlco
on that Island.
Two sales of Rtcvenn cars In one
week only demonstrates the great
cfTlclency nnd popularity of these ma-
chines In tho Hawaiian. Islands.
Every Stcvcns-Duryen which, has
rbccn brought to this country Is still
In itso nnd doing very good work..
Amongst tho Stevons owners one I
unds some of tho most prominent
people In bo .stands.
One of the handsomo lltt to Bulrt
runabouts, which camo o Honolulu
last week, was purchased by Mrs. .J.
W, Kershncr She Is Very much
pleased with the llttla machine as it
i v-jry cusiijr muiuu-.. nuu smrm vory
She claims this Is ono of
tho most scrvlceablo cars for a lady
to uso. These machines nro .very,
very powerful this year, taking most,
everything on tho high gear, and tho
changes which have been mndo in the
wheel steer niakes it ono of tho easi
est cara to oporate..
t l'lunlrrx (let Ituniibiiiil.
Tho Hawaiian Sugar Planters' As-
I soclntlon experiment station pur-
' chased a very beautiful Cadillac deml-
tonncau ca"r for their commercial use.
few swallows of
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The. Beer That's
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This machine will certainly bo a very
great addition to the equipment of
rtho experiment station, and will not'
only save them .money, but n great
deal of' tlmo In getting nbout to tho
K. 13. Ilodgo of tlio von Hiimm
Young Company returned this week
from n ten days' trip to Hawaii. In
speaking of conditions on Hawaii, ha
claims that tho outlook Is very bright
for plenty of business In tho near
future. Tho island' Is very well
equipped with machines nt present,
nnd the facilities and supply stations
arc of the best. Tho vast amount of
rain which has fallen hns certainly
put tho roads In a deplorable condi
tion1. Just as soon as they nro put
I 'n good condition tho automobile ron-
nro plenty of good rent machines on
Hawaii, and they nro working at an
exceptionally reasonable llguro.
I'nrkiirris lio Mood Work.
The Patkard Is a very popular ma
chlno on Hawaii, and those which nro
on tho Island hnvo been doing vory
good work. Ono machine, which has
been in tho rent scrvlco thero for tho
past three years, Is running Just ns
well nnd develops just as much power
' ns " did when It was brand now.
Tlllfl machlno orten malios two nnd
llrco lrl'a ,0 lho volcano In a single
!lny. "" la 'n commission nil tlio
I Two Cadillac owners wero Inter-
viewed during this trip, ono of whom
stated thnt his repair bill for tho past
blx .montlin had been CO cents and tho
other I3.D0. These are certainly very
wonderful records, when one consid
ers tho roads over which these m
j chines are used and (ho number of
j miles which they liavo traveled In
this short spaco, of time.
. Truck Curries lW and n Half Tons.
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"1111111 JkllllllJIilllll 111 1IIU 111111 UltlV 1IIU
three-ton Packard truck, which bo
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, ock lf) ,, canncry
, comilUlK ,lp pno of jicr nTorogo
, ,oa(J ,t wm) folID( thllt ,ho llmch,no
t rrvln ir nd hnlf inn..
j T,10 clir lfl do,B, wonderfuny EOort
work, nnd has not had a, minute's
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i.i;i;ii ill luiiiiiiiiioDiuii. aula uui; n.
to prove the wonderful eftlciency and
tho money nnd tlmo saving qualities
of tho Packard truck In commercial
A bolt of lightning struck tho farm
buildings of'fleorge Holmes at Hart
ford, Mo., nnd they were totally de
stroyed by fire, together with most of
or tho contents.
nr'Tar Sale" cards at Bulletin...
Chicopee Falls, .Massachusetts
UrniMMl L'nilcr Scldrn I'tilrnt
Th$ von Hamm-Young Co., Ltd,
, , ; SOLE DISTRIBUTORS
(Aoclutcd frvM Cable.)
MANASrtAH, Vii., July 21. Ilcforon
iiotublo Ratlitrlnir. which Included vet
cram, of tlio North ami South who cincb
wore tlio Idiio nnd "tlio gray and fmiKht
in tho fir. nt huttla of Hull Hull Junt
over lltty years ago, President Taft to
day delivered n blntnrlu nddresM on thu
HUliJect of "Arbitration."
Speaking to Ilia veterans niwcmblcd
In reunion, lio called to mind tho tlmo
when they met In tho Hhock of liattlo
on tlio liniiku of tlio stream near which
they stood and of tho long war which
followed, n war which threatened to
dlKrupl tlm United Ktivtcs, but which
has resulted In weldlntt thu country
cloier Ihiin ever.
Three More Trtatln.
Hiicli a war, ho stnteil, woulil now bo
Impossible, for n new force Iiiin arisen
In dominate, the world, namely, Arbi
tration, Ho spnko of tho arbitration
tre.itleii now lielnn forRed between Knir
land and I'riiiice, wlilch', he announced,
wcro slKiied ten days nso.
Hut tho Hensatlnii of lho President's
nihlress was when ho further stated
Hint iicRiitliitlnns weru now under way
for three mnro treutleb of arbitration.
The President refused to iiiimn tho
countries which, nro principals In thu
liCKiitlutlnns, but It is supposed that
the) arn (leriunny, Italy and tlio Neth
erlinds. The pnxslblllty that Japan inlKht bn
inn) of these nations Is not encoiiriiKcd
by any of tho statesmen present.
MAY PA88 RECIPROCITY.
WAHIIINOTON. D. K. July 21.
Thero Is every Indication Hint Ihe (Ju
niidlan irt'lproclty nerrement will paM
In the Kenutn tomorrow tmnltercii as it
camo from lho House, In s.ilto of tb
efforts mudft to amend It.
HAYTIEN REREL8 VICTORIOUS.
WAHIIINdTrtN. n. O., July Jl. Ad
vices received by tlm Htate. Department
lodiiy from Ha) It Indicate that lho rev
olutionist arn completely victorious
and Unit tlm government of President
Hlinon has been overthrown.
,NO MORE CHOLERA DEATHS.
NI5W YORK, N Y July 21. No
moro deallis have so fur taken plaeo
at n,imnintln anions tho putleuts held
HOUSE OF LORDS
WILL DO NEXT BEST
l.ONDOV. Kiit.. July 2. It It now I
probable thnt tlm peers In l!ie'"llouso ofj
l.o,' ils will yield to tlld'Coinnious In tlio 1
A Per manencyjof JPle asur e
accrues dy combining the mechanical featuftes, result
Ant froM extensive knowledqe and experience of the en.
oineering staff, with tre beauty and comfort of the
jstevenje-duryea cars of 8uperlative character.
OUTStANDING EVIDENCE IN BVER.Y DETAIL OF
THE DESIGNER'S ARTISTIC FEELING. HIS SUBTLE
ORIGINALITY -WITH FINE CRAFTSMANSHIP AND
A Combination. Unparallolcd Among Motor Cars
matter, of the veto bill and may ro-i
eoiulder ,lhelr aiucndmeiitr adopted re-l
ceuiiy, oircriminaiiiiK nKainst any Mill,
for limiHi rule. ,L
It Is nssertcd that sliould tlio lordH
now '.ilk It menus that' Kmjlanil will
tiractliully ba covorneil by tho ,Cun
moiis without partlclatlon of. tho
Has Veto Limit. .
Under the proposed bill, a veto by
the House of Lords will be limited In
effect to two years.
Ills .Majesty KIiik ClrorRC hns prom
ised the Premier to appoint tho neces
sary number of new peers to carry tho
veto bill, If advl'able, ,
Peace of the World.
LONDON, Hnr., Jiily:!. Spenklm?
nt a banquet In till city tills evening.
Chancellor Moyd-OeorBo stated that
the peace of tho world would only bo
broken by HiiRlaml In defenso of her
ancient rights, j
It Is believed hero Unit this keynoto
of his address Is meant ns u Rentlo hint
to Ocrui.iny In connection with tho Mo
rocco luibroRlio. .
KNOX RESIGNS FROM J
WAHIIINOTON. I. C. July, 21.
Kecretnry of Ktntc Knox today rcslini
ed as a member of Uio monetary com
mlsilou mid wns siirceeded by .Senator
Holes Priirmo of Pcnnsylvanl.i.
New Mail Service.
Postniiister - General Hitchcock has
unbred an ocean mall scrvlco to bo In
slslled from Atluntlu ports via Colon,
and mi tlm I'aclllu vjn Piuiauia, to re
main In force until lull.
GREAT SUBWAY PLANNED.
NIIW YORK, N. Y., July 21. Willi
a final settlement of tlio Iron tiles be
twecu the public scrvlco commission
nnd Hie llrooktyii lluplil Tniin.lt Com
p.iuy, tlio hitler wns today awarded tho
biillilliiu control of tho proposed sub
way which will embrace, tlio boroughs
oC Manhattan, Hrooklyu, Queens and
llronx. Tho subway will cost J225,
..For. the BEST RENT CARS In tha
city, rina up
OLD3MODILE, No. 401
'RENAULT, No, 4M
C. H. BEHN
"-xapiBULLCTIN' AD3" PAVaJg-"
Ittokli liullctlall per rear,
K1NQ AND NUUANU STltEETa
ARMY AND NAVY
Ilrlc.-aen. William II. Hlxby, chief
of cliBloT'ers. II. S. J., has ilonn well
In public statements to clieulc public
Impatience In the matter of raising tho
wreck of the Mninn by emphasising lbs
wiiMiui in iiuiiifii. tn i", on .it ,i,u.
llrst'illscnvcilei, wcro mndo on tho ship'
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thero began to bo felt a. newspaper
pressure In expedite tho pumping, to
keep the public appetite whetted for a
new sensation each day. Ocneral Hlxby
very propcrtly objected to this In .an
Interview on Juno l!, when ho Mild:
"Thero Is no reason for liable. When
the water Is. all out n great part of
tho hull will remain embedded many
feet In tlio mud. Then It Is probable
Hint explorations will continue) In tho
Interior1 of lho null below tho mud
level beforo wo undertake, tho dlfllcult
nnd tedious tusk of removing tho mudi
and revenllng tho exterior of tho bull."
Though tlm lowering of the water In
the wreck of tho Maine Is steadily
going on under the direction of lho
army engineers In tho harbor of Hn-
vniin, not enough of the ruined ship
has been disclosed "lo throw light on
tho cniiso' of tho explosion. What nt
llrst wns supposed lo bo nnid that cov
ered lho recently exposed nfler-deck
structure lurns nut to have been a
composlln of mud and a coralline mi
rlno growth. The llrst relics from tho
wreck on urrlval In Now York wero
taken to novernnra Island, where they
will repine hi tlio Wur Museum uiitll
further orders. Tho chief feature of
these relics ns a part of Ilia foremast,
about Hfty feet long. A part of lho
rail of lho lighting top and a rango-
lliuler, also among tlio relics, wero
thickly encrusted with coral growths.
The uncovered part of tho wreck shows
lh.it the explosion damaged tho mid
ship section of the vessel. Tho port
deck was humped up ami tlm ship of
the ship beneath blown up. Army and
MAY NOT HANG WOMAN
American Petitions May Save
OTTAWA, OnL, July 9. Tlnco moro
Kacksfill of petitions praying for ox
rctilivo clemency In tlio rnso of Mis.
AnKolluu .Napolltaiuir under koiiIoiicq
to lio handed at Bault Ku. Malic,
Out., nevt month for tho iniirilor of
her luivband, wero received yesterday
by the Justlco Department. Tho pe
titioner:! now number tens of thous
auda, rcprcsentiiiK all purta of the
ronlluent. Petitions hnvo boon re
ceived I mm Oklahoma and other
points thousands of miles away. In
only ono Instanco baa capital punish
ment ever been Imposed on u womun
in Canada. It uppjcarH to bn thought
hero that tho sentence will bo com
muted lo I (jo Imprisonment, but tho
ovhleticn ban nnt yot boon considered
by lho cabinet council.
It n 1 1 el I n IMitorlnl Itoom l'hotis
i!185. Hulletln liuslncsa Offlce
i I'honc 2256. -
Cream Pure Rye
' Sold It
107270 7. AND CO.
You'll find they're all jood f
lowi here. 'f
"It's the Fashion
Hotel nr. Fort O. H. Dtriei, Prlf
DRY GOODS FOR ECONOMICAL
YeeChan & Co. i ,
Gents' Dry Goods 1
KAM CH0NG CO.-
Corner Fort and Beratanla Streets
FINE LINE OF DRY QOODlJ .
WAH Y1NG CHONG
Kini; Street, Ewa Fiihinarket
Wing Chong CoV
KINti KTm NEAB BETSXL K
Detitr in Furniture. XattreuM,
.4 m All tMMla ff Vnl ai4 MIL
8I0N FUBNIIDBE made to order.l M
And Cloth of Al QnaUtj Cm ka
P. 0. Box 861 Telephone 1TO1 j
IMP0ETEHS OF ORIENTAL G00M4
Wing Wo Tai & Co.
841 Nnuann, near King Stre4 ?
rilONLI 102Q ((
Fine Line of :'
Carpenter Too Is i
At the New Hardware Stora.
CITY HARDWARE CO.
Kinir mni Nunann . Bfawata l?M
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