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tVENINQ BULLETIN. HONOLULU, T. H., SATURDAY, OCT. 21, 1911.
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DR, COOK MAKES CHARGES AGAINST PEARY NOW
SPLENDID 1012 PEERLESS CARS
Tlio big establishment of Tlio vim a thort time licforo nil cars will lie
llnmni-Young Company has been fair- equipped with these new djnamoj In
li besieged wllh clifhual.tstlc autum nitlcr In timet lite trials arid tr.litt a
n.l'rlti an I prospective liuycrs since tlmm ir I In: piontnllto (.Inks dud g'li
the arrival ot the 1U12 models of tlio c-tntors.
Peerless cars. And In fact (ho wlioio gx cylinder Type.
c-uiiccih, inciuumg an ncparinm.-,,
liits had an exceptionally busy week,
making sales, dcllvcricj and repairs,
and an unusual amount nf supplies haa
tono ocr the counter thin vveolc.
Tlio two Peerless cars which arriv
ed on tliu steamer Lurlliic on Wcd-
Dcclaring It Necessary In Order to "Square" Himself, Brook-1
lyrf Man Charges Rival Claimant With Actions, Which,
He Says', Demand Government Investigation.
It turn remained for Pr. Krcderk-k A. "In doing ttiti. inj aim l nnt in
Cook himself to make tlio most M-nsn- thnltcitTo Mr Poarj's Polar .ilin, lint
tlniial thaiiiCs of (lie entire Pnl.it- ton- l llnow light on nnrltt(ii luges of
(rovcrsy lililory, which pages fnniNIi thi key
OcclarliiR that he left thin timntr) at "' unlock the Inng-t Iom.i1 door of the
the height of the pro-Peary eumpiii.ii ''r iimliouny and the pm-Pcnr)
against lilm, hcruiiso of n nervous mid tmrplriie).
ili) hIoiiI breakdown, and hcuiiisa of it Peary Alter Coin?
tlchlre to rest and gain tlum to mirslml 'Tumi the rattiest i!ii)s, .Mr Peary's
Hie proofs of IiIh Pplar il.ilm. and to ,.forl In icuih the Pole was undertaken
secure evidence exposing dishonest iitid primarily Tor purpoitsnf personal tout
frauiliilent metl odi In the campilgn mtrcliil (.iitn l'or twenty cars he has
against 'lilm. Di". Cook now ilnally Mcd the hut along llnei of i:ry
comet hack with startling ihargcs money. Thai hat would he passing to.
(iRdltiHt Mr. Peary. day If the game had not keen. In Un
til making then chaw Ir Conk opinion i,f inuiiy, spoiled ly my sue-
Uolh of tlio cars are of tlio s"x-
e Under type one being a 38 hnrru-
tower till'', tlio oilier n IS horsepower.
and Ihey lulh hno a good mmy nuw
features which have, a tendency tu
nlako tho'mnch'nus nioio' comfortahlc
and mnro easy to linmlle. These, nil-
ncflilny nip ccrt-ilnly nil which the chines hive the most tmutlf.il llncii
tunio Impllort, They still retain their and the hnndMimcst bodies of imv
very chnraslcrfc graco uhd elegance, cars that Invo ever been Imported
mid scorn to he farther ahead of their Into the tctrltoiy. lin'vlu a very low
last jcar's moflcl.i thnn thoy vvctio In b-jck to the tonneaii with a hoaiiCfu' j "'.
invtiwus ,-viiiH aocsu iwu c;iih hiu cioveu eutii, uf,iui; iiiiiniieu uu wun
li'ith equipped with a new lypo of Grnv tho graco of a platform spilng. T1H
t tiavls dynamos, which supply the tnuncali nic both very roomy and
current for all' five lamps. This now romfurtnlile and (ho hoods nro Just
iljnnmo Is ono of the moit ".Imply1 con- Irng enough to balance thu car en I
Hi acted machines which hna ocr glvo llicm n most plcanlug effect,
been put on tlio market rnd Is entire- the on llaiiini-Youtig Company
!- encased, which absolutely protects received this week (,y the 8. 8. Si
lt from oil, dirt ml grease. It H.f.ia (ho first sTitpmei't of 101? 0cr
ilrtvcn hy a llnli belt which Is being lands. This Is the first tlmo that Ho
med so extensively and so successful-, nolulu has had a chanco to sco tho
iy on drhes of this typo and Is nhjo-j wonderful car which Is being put out
liilely nolsclcos. Tho dynnmo Is sup-1 this jcar by tlio Willys-Overland ico
portcd on a stationary bracket, of plo for JOOO. It seems llko a myth
which tho upper .part Is planed to an to say that any factory can produce
nglo of about ten degrees, so that tho a fle-passcnger, fore-dobr, 30 liorao
set screws mnv bo rolenscd and tho power touring car with 32x3V2 In.
dynamo moved hack on tho bracket In wheels for $90. However, this Is
order to Increaso the center distance the enso with the Overland people and
between tho two pulleys to allow for the car Is way ahead of all expecta
tho stretch of tho link bolt. This N tlons. Beautiful lines, easy riding
ono ot I he cleverest and most stahlo qualities, a niultttiiilo nf power and
adjustments which has ever been plar- speed, and plenty of room In tho ton
ed on u niachlno of this typo and Is neau aro tho specifications of this
very easy to operate. Klcctrlc HgliU car. It Is ono of tho neatest little
on an atitnniohllo nro becoming mora cars which has ccn been put nut
and ninro essential ever; day and nov und for $900 there Is not an equal
that tlio electric current Is'so rcllaCls to It anywhero within $500 of this
,-nnd tho dynamo so simple that it Is prlre.
fast becoming a positive requirement The Honor null of The von ifanim-
ratlier than a luxury. It will only ho Young Company Is Increasing' ..vory
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ratlilly, tho nldltlous to mine this
The Volcano SlnblH Mrs C. C
Kennedy, Mr. .1. Htieynrli' K II n i
oka, C. .1. Schocnlng Co i
Tho Voleinn Stables iiiig t n 7
p.ifiienscr Peerless and li C-piHscngcr
Thomna touring car to be ukoiI In tho
i old Ecivlro on Ilawa'1. .mis U, V.
Kenned) puicha'cd ono of tho hnn.1-sonic-and
stylish Hakei I'.lottrle Phao-
lorn; whirl, litivi lierol.io ,n vtt-i f-lull-
ioinble amongsf tho smart sol'.-r tho l"-"'"-es regret that he Is lomprllod to erss
Territory Mr I 8ue)"h IxuiKlit n ,(,'"1 ''he iinwrlllcii pige or Arctic "I1 or ncarl) twenty jmrs he nuiilit
erv neat little' Mnxwo'll rimaliout to history" which concern his rlwil m l,e j.miiiolul oxtr tl0 bends of Huy-
!m ',,..i fnr io.rn ,l..,n. rnllr,..' "Mrntlon U mado In my hook of ,-er- .Lin inr but hiird-wrrklng iiumiI olll.
W Mr K. flnnnntni .mrrhnse.1 7 '"''1 fact! ( oncrmlnK Mr Prnry." snystcrK,
inpenir-r forh-door t'irkiir.l toullni ')r. Cook, "liecnuso only by
Hiirlng all of this time, while
"liecnuso only by know Ins "li Hilary iih ii iiavnl oMIrir, he was
tar which ho la going to pkicd In the "ICK" hl"(F m" proide uiul.-ri land llm away engaged In prlMitc i nterprlse
rent H'l ;ke on this Island. Tin out I'l'lHt 1,"l character of tlie ni'in, and fiom which liiindnsls of tliniimiiids of
InnV .,.. llm wvil,w onrlut nenmin the liiiKcriipuIoils nilfu'lid iumiciim.ii i o.n.rs wi'in lino iiih poMi'in nywir--
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., .. ,, ,nrnir.. ihnt i-.liie. ami iiitilrrptmni nuo. wn, mil or imiihok iiihi m.ioyioa o muiisuro 01
Hanaoka considers that tiiero Is plcn-'" 'eime or dt-llclcy nod a illMIke of Having nic Aiorririin navy pay nun nu
i..' r . rnr M ,nirl,rnn nlilimicli ' niid-slltiglnff, I remained silent so unearned salary Rueli a loan could
Honolulu Is nlrCT''- well cquippol with ''ins."
good cars In this line of hmlnc'ss. What Ha Churnes.
C .1. elioenlnc . (!iimn'inv nurclins- ii iwb1. i.Jti.f .. i.ii. I i..l.. rr
n haridmmo S-piHRCnger touring ,, M,k. iy Attainment of tlie Pole."
ecr which they ate (n place' In stock fellows:
til their ll"W cstahllshm'cnt on Man1.1 "Tlie wealng of the leprous Miinkit
Tills nc'w e'oncerri rn Maul Is d-lrlg r Infamy with which Peary and his
very well In their new enliiro and Mipportcis attempted t ciarr me can
giving tho iieorlo or thrtl IHn"d go-d ot (,o understood nnleis we look
cervlco and a well equipped establish- iiroUi;h rrary's ees regard other ex
ment which has been great I)' needed nrcrs ns he regarded them: regard
for several years.
Tho Automobile Club of tho Tcril
lory of Hnwall Is considering milking
n kind protest to tho supervisors and
tho city engineer to have tho slia'rp
rockB rcniocil from tho upiier cn'l
of tho first gulch on the Wnlnlun road.
Mr. W. Uelllngcr, the cry impular
.1nd genial representative of tho Wat
chouse & I-cstcr Company, arrived
on tho Sierra yesterday and Is being1
welcomed by his many frlerlds hdro
who nie all glad to seo him. Mr. Bol
linger makes n specialty of thd Ha
waiian Islands and Is cc-'alnly making
good with his now lino of automobile
supplies, Tho dealers In tho Islands
arc fast becoming most appreciative
of the manner In which they aro be
ing looked after by their wholesale
houses on tho Coast. v-
the North ns his Inalienable propirty
as he did, and regard his Infamous,
hlgh-hnnded Injustices as right.
"I luio now ilecliieil to uncoer tho
Incentive of this one-sided light to
which I have so long maintained a
"Now that the storm has spent Its
force: now- thnt the hand which did
the mudslliiRtng has' within Its grasp
tho unearned gain which It sought; now
not ulTord to dlxldo the frulti. of Polar
iiltalniiient with nnotlirr
"In IMM, ns the strainer Kite went
north, Mr. Peary began to evince the
brutal, sclll-di spirit whlih later was
si own to eveiy explorer who bail tho
inlii-rliiio to cro bis trull. Nnnsen
hud trussed (Irccnlnnd; Ills splendid
inic. was In the public ye. Mr
Peary attrmpted to belittle the indit
ed applause by salng that Nuisen hid,
borrow id the 'Peary system.' Hut
Penry had borrowed the Nordcnsklold
sHtrtn, without giving credit.
"At about the same time that Mr
Peary took the great meteorite or 'Iron
Stono' the natives' sole source ot
metal for vcnnnns from the Hsklinos
In 1S07. n group of seven or eight IJ.."""" lv,,r '"Kiigid
llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllKrL' ; f r- v? t-(Wi.Ku
tain It.irtlott bnerf lieniuse he (P'-'ri), '-rfor' n time when relief was of
to tic his own words, 'wanted all the nil importnnct tvrtnlnl) to nil ap
honors.' Ipearances this vmih a dellbirate, pre-
"In prolltlng b) hi- long imi".t Tor oneelved plan to kill n Hval worker
flinds for legltliuale exploration we .hy starvation Here wo Mini mi Anu-r-
lu pilvat, entir- l'm iiavnl omeir siooping in n itick
a ... ... r..,. .. T.I..1. 1... 1. .till. I 111. Il.ltll-f.il III II
klmos were put aboard a ship against l'""'" "" """ I'"""1- '""" 1'" "' " - "
their will and brought to New YorkJ11"01'- Mm h or this mono was, In my mining camp.
for museum purposes. They vvcro Judgment, used to promote n likratlvo -Sinn) numbers of bis expeditions.
locked up In n cellar In New York, ",r """ ,w,r '""" wl,,u' ""' "" vl some rough seamen, speak with shun-
thnt a clear point, of observation can Iiwninif n market place Ilcfnre tho'I"r, "f Kiting to the Pole was delay ' l)rrnK r ),, ctiiiM In that rar-awny
no presenten, I nn compeiieu, wun
much reluctance and distaste, to re
veal the unpleasant nnd unknown past
of the man who tried to ruin me: show
prollt-tlmo arrived, because nf unhy- "' seemingly, lor t-oinmeri-i.u mm., i rt,. Jn my inscsslnii nro iillliktvltH,
glenlc siirroundlngs and Improper fiMid.l1"-'11"" ""' I,nl" mlglit have been x,ii,,,rlly iimdc and given to me by
all but one died. When In tho grip of reached tin )enrs t-urlltr. Hut h.ln)' mentlxrH or Mr. Peary's expeditions,
death, through u Mrs. Hmlth, who mill- was proiltable. jreve.illng gros iii-tlmis. which. In an
A Self-Exploiter. loillecr of tho navy, call for Investlga-
Aftir being thus engaged for cnrs tlon Mention bus been mnde or t-er-
tnln facts, because only ny knowing
Ing how unscrupulous nnd brutal bo ,,., , ..,.- ,,1H, ,wlIlts. they an-
was to others before me; with evidence H,lllc,i t, iciiri4 t.r eyes for some
In lintnl t uhall nAkl Itnii' tiA li nvik .
""" " """" ' " " " ' wonl from Mr. renry. 'iney iiorrcu ,.. liri,,inilll, ltf ...ir.iiviiiniiniinii.
Ills fll flf npflltnntlnn nil it IlflW IllM . t... - it .t- . t . Itm,. It.litnu r. id iiroi,ln nn.lrtratnttil tint
, , , . ... " . " , , li1 " eii-n.i iiiiui u. ". .".. ... , , ,c ot r rx,,,ir(r whom h """ "" ,
'frMtila rnnuivltfw1 tlltt him Iti tliwlfirll- . ... .. . . . " ' ..tt .....1 ..!... i. ..n.. .....1
... v. ......,.... .. x. Mniiinc inrm noioro ineir pych cmnru . i.i -i. i- i.. .iti.,.-.i,tJ r'uii nnu vimnnn-i in. tuv mm" ium
eHt. mcaneHt nml mot brazen conplr- to n worll! of mery nnd trouble. Thrro1,., (,(1 North nmwirt,y of nn AinerN tho "ncniivi1otw ntlncks nuu.e upon
?cLn. tboJUMory of exploration. it 'cnmo ,, WOnl anil no renpnnnlvn cnll,ci ,, il(Hcr of t, ,mvy rrnry.'"10 nn1 "n'crntnml nlw. why, out of a
-, from the man who a8 renponpble for kmmlnR t!mt x ,, fltnrto(1 Pnlewnnl. wnw "f 'eicy and illnllko fur mu.I-
their suffrrlng. Of seven or eight ln.lnmln). ,,,, rcUet , llct,nll. w hIIiibIiib. I reioilned silent so long. It
niK-ent wun people, nut one iiuio ciiiio riwluroii ultimately iiipniprlate.i ,y
survived That one Mene wns Inter h,,,.ii0m. und absolutely prevented liny
even denied n passage liack to bis fa-;cn-c(rt , rm,.h ..... ....i.,. ,..CI1 .1.,, lm.
tilers' laud by Mr. Peary.
The Grcxly Exptditlon.
lives thcmiOvcN might hnvo made.
Penry knew ho was endangering my
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The touring car carries five passengers, the torpedo four. Both are of the new forc'-door
design, built roomy and comforfable, with distinctive lines that lend themselves admirably to fine
painting effects. ' -
Peerless cars for 1912 include three si-cylinder models and two four-cylinder rriocfefs, with
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The Peerless clutch engages smoothly, without shock to the transmission or axle, and heing
" "ligli't: and' pq-fectly balanced s'iops rotating as soon as it is disengaged so that the gears may be
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The von Hamm-Young Co., Ltd.,
ir .tiH &
Is only liee.mse (he public hns tieen
mlKled. beeuiihe I realUo I have suffered-hy
my own silence, In order tli.it
hlatory may know the full truth und
accord n Just vtrdlct, that with relue-
t "The sad story of the unavoidable, lire lie knew that he was getting nice. win. ..sense o, ,,... ..,
' . . .. I. ... . . . . . ....... taste. I have been eomncl ed In tiresent
deaths by starvat on or the mcmiiers ivory ami iiirs in ritiirn i- snip ten - -
of tlencrnl Oreely's expedition has for belonging to me. nnd which I should ""' n. "rant pages of unwritten
years been Issued nnd rels-med to tho need lie knew, nlo. that It would not '"' ""'"'r-
press by Mr. Penry and his press coincide with his selilib purposes' of
agents. In such form as to discredit appropriating all honor nnd profit If I mill AfiAIN RRFW
General Oreely and his coworkers. Ills reached the Pole and should return and ntrm r-nn nil
nun Inliiiiiiini ilnlncs about Cane Sa- t II the world Ills di-lilnni(o net was
bine ami the old' (Irceiy stamping- In lts If whether kV designed or not
grounds have licen suppressed. i'iii effort to kill li brother explortr. I 'I hi- ol.oli lino illhtllli-rj of the Anrl-
"In 1901 the ship Krlk left Mr I'eary.l "The properly vvhkh Peary took tiiltiiml and Industrial Corporal Ion or
with a large group or nntlvo luliers, 'fnmi I'ramko und myself, with the Hawaii. I.ld, Is to bo started .igahi.
near Cape Mablne. An epldeinlc, hand of a bueeiiiiier ami tho luiirt or M. C do Mcllo b-avlug for ICou i by
brought by the Peary ship, soon niter " hypoirlte. was win Hi Ihlrtyllvo the steamer esli-rda The still has
attacked the Ksklnios. Many died; thousand dollars This was done, not not In en working since November last
others survived to eiiduro a slow tor- '" insure ixpedltlon needs, but to sat- A number of ulti rations have to be
ture. Penry had no dot tor nnd no M' n hiuiRrr for commercial gain, and mnde before the distillery will bo In
medicine In the )cnr previous, Peary '" Inllkt u towurdly, underhand Injury full working order, und (itlo lUrudt or
had shown the Mime spirit to the ever "u a rival. All of caches, my tump the Internal revenuo ilepartineiit, who
fnlthfiil I)r Hedrlek Unit he had shown equipment, my fond, wire liikui, and Is at present In IIIIo, has been wire
to Virhoeff, In Aslrup, and to olhers. under his own handwriting lie gavetbe lessed tf prot-eed to the id.ue and seo
Although Dedrltk tould not endure onbra which drpilved me or oil it lief that ovirjtltlnu is put In pioper shapn
Ptarj's unfalrnesM, he renin lneil. T"mm
ugalit Instructions, within reach ror
ijust sutli an emergency as this epi
demic presented, lie offered his ser
vices when the epldeinlc broke out. but
Peary nfiised his orfer. and allowed
the natives lo die rather than permit
a competent medical expert to attend
the afflicted, i
j Lives In Eat. I
"Near the same point, a ear latir,
j Captain Otto Hverilrup wintered with
his ship. Ills mission was to explore
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me great unKiiown 10 m nrm ini
unexidored country hail been unilerMr.
Peary's eyo for ten scars; but Instead
of exploring It, his time was spent In
an easy and comparatively luxurious
life about' n comfortable.1 ininp. When
Kverdriip's men visited the f'enry ship.'
they were denied connnon brotherly
courtesy und were refused the hospl-
tnllty which Is universally granted, by
an unwritten law, to all Held workers.
I, Mr Peary even refused to send him, on -
his returning ship, important leiiers
nnd papers which Hverdrup desired
taken back He also refused to allow
Hverdrup to tako nntlvo guides und
dogs which did not belong to Mr.
Peary This same courtesy was later
denied to t'nptnln Ilemler of tho C'ii-1
"Thus attempting to mnke a prlvalo
reserve of the unclaimed North, ho at
tempted to discredit and thwart every
other exploier's effort In lino with the
snino policy, every member of every,
Peary expedition lias been tmizxlcd,
with 11 tontratt which prevented talk
ing or writing lifter tho expedition's
return contracts by which Mr, Peary
derived the sole credit, tho entire
profit, and nil tho honor of the results
of the men who volunteered their ser
vices rilul tMrtil llielr lives, This
Hiuno spirit wns shown lit tin; time
win n, ut 87 ilt-g. 4R mill , he turned Cap-
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