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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., SATURDAY, JULY 29, 1911.
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ESSITY of insuring machines
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TWO-ACCIDENTS IN ONE WEEK SHOW DANGER: OF FIRE
f-VON HAMM-YOUNG COMPANY CONTINUES RECORD
IN SALES PEERLESS MOTOR CAR COMPANY ;REPflE
SENTATIVES HERE-M5ASOLINE ROW NEWS. ,i'
Firo iWdrnnce seems to bo tlie' tftplcUifi' pump Tor blowing np the "tires. The
(if conversation In nulomobllo clr- electric headlights are supplied wwi n
, ties thls'week. Tho ncclilcntal burning current fiom u dynamo which la of llio
of two cars In one week demonstrates fjrny g, Davis iiiukc, which Is consider
the . itoKlt Ive need of flro Insurance on ...i n... utmninut mid most cnlclcnt olco
automobiles'. Tlio Ions of a car by flro trio light plant whlcliha "ever been
In enough, M'cn If It Ib Insured, but to n:tn11at on nn ntitoniobllc. This sys
los'e a .car Hint In not Insured Is vcr-jtcm I extremely simple Wl' light Ri
Intnly a -very great hardship, and a con-j weight, and throw n stream of light
illtlon which Is very illillcult for lhc.J which Is far superior and morn reliable
dealer ti.'meet, When a person loses than the present common prestollte
n car hy1ttrc and It Is not Insured, ho system. Tho motor-driver! nlr pump Is
seldom bliy another. While, on, tho certainly n great nssct when tiro trou-otht-r
hand,' it It is Insured tho owner hlo occurs on tho road, particularly fin
takes hi loss philosophically, taken tho a hot day In slimmer '
Insurance' 'money, wllh which ho'huysj The; von llnnim-Young Cornpnny ro
another rati and Is careful to Insure reived by th 8. H. l.urlhtc four Cnd
tho new machine with the best covering, lllncs, onn Bloddcird-Daylon roadster,
which he can get. nnd uno three-ton Packard truck. An
The burning of tho auto truck 'of other shipment of two foro-.loor Hup
Henry May" Co. and the beautiful mobile runabouts wns received on tho
Itenault touring car of O II. Helm sug
pests to the nutonioblto dealer that tho'
operators should be. a little more In
touch with their cor. Kvery chauffeur
should know the location 'of. the gaso
line' Miut-ofT "rfbek 'and ' -should know
how ho can gct'nt It lit a second's no
tice. This Is "most Important In tho
occasion of a tire, and If tho .gasoline
Is shut off Immediately the lire can be
gotten under control 'very readily by
throwing dirt or'mud at 'tho burning
parts, thus Insuring' only n very small
loss. If tho gasoline Is not shut off Im-.j
mediately, It Is almost -a suro net that
tlncnr will bo a, total loss. When a
lire starts In an .automobile, most' peo
ple arc very rhuch frightened at tho
thought of a gasoline explosion, which,
as n matter of fact, scarcely ever hap
pens' until the (Ire has gotten consid
P.trlats Man Hare.
Charles A. Burinnn, who Is tho West
ern iropVcscntatlvo, of the Peerless Mo
tor Car Company, arrived In Honolulu
on the Mnkura to familiarize himself
with the Peerless agency In tho Ilo'wal
Ian Islands. Mr. Uurmnn brought with
him tho Mpeclllcatlons for the 1912
Peerless models. Tho Peerless for tho
comlngvear will be a most elegant and
thoroughly completo car, having many
new features. Including more hundsomo
llneb, morn comfortnbln riding qualities,
and n much larger equipment. Two of
the new Items In tho equipment nro
elecirlc headlights and a motor-driven inches. Tho Ignition kystem comlsts of Vrklr
Blerrn yesterday morning.'
Honor Roll Thl Week'.
Tho honor roll tlilf. week of the von
Hamm-Young Company consists of tho
J. M. Dowsett, ("lareneo Cooke, Jcsso
J. M Dowsett gnvo bin order this
Week for ono of tho celebrated slx-cyl-
Inder Packard touring curs, to bo de
livered In Aiigmt. These cars nro fast
becoming very popular and nro creat
ing -great Interest In Honolulu as well
as on the mainland.
Clarenco Cooke purchased one of'lho
very ecrvlceobld 'Cadillac demi-tonneau
cars which arrived on the I.urlliuv Mr.
Cooke put the car Into commission Im
mediately, and from tho latest reports
the car Is doing very good work.
Jesse Fernandez of llllo purchoBcd a
40-horscpowcr Overland touring car,
which he Is to uso In thp rent service
on tho Island of Huwull.
Test of New Packard.
Ilcforo placing tho new 'Packard six
cylinder ear.on tho mnrkot, tho makers
subjected n stock car to n very stren
uous test of 55,000 miles. This car lft
a trail of dust from tho Allcght'iilci to
tho wildest parts' of Wyoming, whero
tho n'ewtype llosch tluul system which
has done such guod work in the past
Tho crank case Is enct In two sec
tions, ma upper forming the cnnlno
eaaaafe)u L'J ll IvJ rl rV 1 F-I&J llaaiS
linsonnd the lower nn oil well. The nil ,.n.nnnns
for tho crank shaft and lower con-'Mri. j. A,red Magoon't Bridge Party.
ncct ng rod bearings Is forced directly Tut.Bdny nftefnoon Mrs, J. Alfred
to these bearings by a gear pump lo-1 Mhhooii entertained at an elaborate
ii.ei. in mr iiii wen, lyimtlcrs OIHI
cam shnftB are lubricated by spray
from connecting rod bearings.
The dry plate clutch Is supported at
tho rear by an Integral extension of the
crnnk case, which penults of Its being
entirely enclosed and secures perma
nent alignment with the crank shaft.
Tho sliding gear three-speed trans
mission Is In n unit housing with the
final drive and differential gears on tho
The front tires nro 30 by 1 1-2 Inches
and the rear .17 bv 3 Inches, both fit
ting tho same size rims.
The ellipsis for the touring car, II-
Wheel bnso of 133 Im-hci: for the phne
ton nnd brougham. 13H Inches! for the
runabout and coupe. 121 1-2 Inches, All
bodies for the "Kx" mid ".1ft" lire Inter
brldgu party that was given III honor
of Mrs. Winters, wlfo of Captain Win
ters. .Shasta daisies and maidenhair
fern were effectively used ns a decora
tion. Mrs. Ormond Wall, Mrs. Philip
Peck, Mrs. Joseph Hhoedy nnd Miss
Wtella Peck won tho prizes, dainty
souvenir corfeo spoons. At tho con
clusion of tho bridge games, elaborate
refreshments were served. Thoso pres
ent were Mrs. William H. Winters,
Mrs. Wendell C. Neville, Mrs. Ormond
Wall, Mrs. Chapman, Mrs. Ward, Mrs.
Arthur Mnrlx, Mrs. James Madison
Kennedy, Mrs. Joseph K. Hheedy, Mrs.
A. T. llaldwln, Mrs. Putnam, Mrs.
Philip Peck Miss Stelln. Peck, Mrs,
mouslno nnd laiidaulet Myles has nL,,,,,, u,Wf Mr)i ,,, of Cft1frnn,
BM TO MANILA
I,. I". Plnkhnm will return to tho
Philippine Islands to represent ' tho
Hawaiian Uugar Planters' labor
bureau In tho Islands. Ho expects to
lenvo for the, mainland on August li
nnd lo gu through the Htntcs and on
to Manila by that route.
Uomo 'time ago, when Mr. Plnkhain
started for Honolulu to tako n vaca?
Moil, tho morning paper announced
that ho would not represent tho plant-
oru In l!io Philippines nny longer. Ilia
Vacation in now over, iind as Btated
before In tho II u 1 1 o 1 1 n, ho will con
tinue to represent tho plnnterK In
securing Filipino laborers.
TWO PUBLIC LECTURES
Christian V. Kruber. from Pittsburg,
Pa., who has traveled In tho Orient,
.having also walked over flro with tho
limiiinist priesis, win give iwo ice
tares at ninma Kminre. one tonight at
the roads nro meryly mountain trnns.i7.30 Oviock i-harp. nnd ono tomorrow
This machine wnn.n standard 48horsqlnfteriiooit at 4 o'clock
power, A. h. A. M. rating. Tho cylln- guliject "An Outline of Theosophy
Mrs. Frederick II. McStockcr, Miss
I.ydla McStockcr, Miss Julio McStock
cr, Mrs. Herbert I-;. Stevens, Mrs'. Carl
du Hoi, Mrs. Diirney, Mrs. Pardee, Mrs.
V. 11. Smith, Miss O'Hrlen and .Mrs. J.
Tho Courtland Bridge Club.
At the regular meeting of tho Court
nnd bridge club, Wednesday evening.
Mrs. Mnnrpe won the llrst loilles" prize,
n quaint Japanese vnie. Mr. Char
mlcliael was tho winner of the men's
prize, n liandsnmn silver cigarette
lighter. This meeting wns one of the
most successful of tho season. Twenty-
eight gu'estn participated In the affair.
t.leutennnt nnd Mrs. Iloss Kings
bury are rejoicing In tho possession
of n baby r.lrl that was born Wednes
day afternoon at fi o'clock.
SIGHT OF VITAL SPARK
IS'PICTURED AT DEATH
X-Ray Shows Aura Leaving
Body and Vanishing as
CHICAGO, July 15, The light of
tho vital spark In a human being has
been witnessed, according to a state
ment mado today by Dr. Patrick S.
O'Donnull. an X-rAy expert, who has
been following up experiments made
by Dr. W. J. Kllucr of London, who
has written a sclentlllc monograph on
Somo tlmo ago. using a chemicalized
lllm sealed between two thin strips of
Is a Pure Refreshing Beverage
that contains malted barley
and extract wo1hops.
The barlev malt is a food
whose nourishing properties
are well known.
The hops are a tonic re
commended by the best phy
sicians. Purity Absolutely Guaranteed
Try a glass with your meals
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TheJecr Thaiis jrewed
iQrjuir me vjiniDje
ntOa n-a.' ' "' '
Tho nurn developed oa n vented no sign of tho nurn. A cable received at the local branch
of light surrounding thai "Wo do not claim thut the light is of tllB Merchants' Exchange announces
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freighter Mexican at Soattle yestor-
entire form of tho subjeit,
"Iist night," mid Dr. O'Donnell, "In seems to know what It Is.
tho presence of several physicians ut opinion, however, It Is some
ract, no ono
tiers are cast Jn pairs, with, Integra! nni) jiow to Overcome the Unrest of glass, Dr. O'Donnell gave n demon-
I stratum to twenty physicians of tho
!"aura, or clecfrlcal' rndlatloh""of living
II a 1 1 r 1 1 ft nr Tar. bodies, four young women helng used
wnttr Jacket nnd valvo chambcrH. TlcitrKIIlur Humanity."
boro is 4 1-2 Inches nnd tho stroKo Sl-z e
Mercy Hospital, tho experiment was radio activity made Visible by the use day. This vessel Is leaving tho
made on a dying man. He was rapidly of tho chemical screen. My experl-! Sound for Honolulu nnd Hawallau Ist
sluklng. Suddenly the nttendlng phy- meiits, however, seem to prove that It' and jsirts on next Tuesday. The Mu
sicians announced that tun man wan is tho nnimating powor or current oi.xlcan Is understood to bring a gen-
dead. Tho aura began to spread from life of human beings.'
tho body nnd presently disappeared.'!
Further observation of tho corpse re-
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Powerful, Silent, Easy-Riding
HE remarkable success of the E - M - F "30" is the subject of more favorable
comment from automobile buyers, both here and on the mainland, than any
car on the market. The E - M - F compares favorably with jcars-ranj
price from $2,000 to $2,200.
Piice in Honolulu, fully equipped, $1,350.
Equipment includes Mohair Top, Wind Shield, Speedometer, Magnets, Side, Tail and'Head Lights; Tools,
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Wheel Jack, Horn, Gas Generator, Etc.
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The 1912 Model, besides coming in the standard type of $;'-:& t M& :"'
body, will also be made in Fore-Door type, $100 Extra. ' : W -
S'GHUMAN CARRIAGE COMPANY, Ltd.
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