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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, November 18, 1911, 3:30 EDITION, Page 10, Image 10',
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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, SATURDAY, NOV. 18, 1911.
MORE AMERICAN CARS ORDERED
BY DISTRIBUTOR GEO. BECKLEY
i Pile stooiln" wheel, kick switch
continuing both ningne'n ami ImttuO
h.it ran In- operated by the toe of the.
ihlvei. hall it n,i Bucket joints hi nil
control parts making hack lash in
lost mot Iijii Impossible, alt enlitrlhule,
.mil ai a whole, .estnb1lnli ntir clnltn
i'l ltiliiK 'lib emlest car in control
"The 'American' was designed not
lj a mechanical engineer Dimply, lint
v a man whose greatest pleasure nnil
whoso enllie lecreattmi In In drlvlnc
a liltrh powered car. Hence, there
have been worked out In connection
with the 'American' little convent
enees that appeal to nn eperlenccil
dtlver that would not occur to the
average designer. Ills eierlence ha
covered romc tlfteen oars In tit's
line, In one direction or another, and
Ii.m been augmented by n technical
cuttrse hi one of the bent colleges In
the United State, and by experience
previous to his connection with the
'AnJcrlciin" with two of the bout or
ganized and most up-to-date factories
In the country.''
flcorge ('. Heckle, dlstllbutor of
tho American car, teiiOitH the sale of
n HO "Tourist' mid a 2 "Scout" both
earn to arrive on tho Wllbeluilna and
to bo teady for Imuiedlatu deliver)
When Uocklcy letuiued from the
Coast few weeks ago with one od
tho latest models of the American
tiudoriluug, the general appearance of
tho car made an InstiititiUieous lilt.
Orders began to come In fact, and It
Ib believed that with the hittodiictlon
of the "Scout" a demand will be cre
ated for this smaller model.
Speaking of American cam the oth
er day, lleckley said:
'The most Important fenture of
'American' construction Is the prin
ciple of carrying the frame under
neath the nle, the revoise of com
mon practice. In adopting thin tvpe
of construction we h.tve not used a
new principle, but lime simply adapt
ed the same from other practices and
upplled It to automobile building.
There Is not n railway locomotive of
tiny well known make In two that Is
not constructed under this principle
of frame suspension. Its advantages
tire tunny, among which stand out the
fret Hint bv liuder-sllnizliiir tho Tramp.
unmoved riding on.ilitles are obtain- ,VIX "mghelll and John CVIlnurko.
el, absence of vibration and side lah. I '"' hidcftitlKiil.le race promoters, nru
liilinnnllv from broken springs, a mln-,m"K",K 'irrmiKcmenis ror .-sew tmr
huiini tire wear liv reason of the Tact n"'1 nhM- ll,c' ""'. will surp.issany.
that recoils, mo upward Instead of ,l,,nB """ "" ,m" ""- l'vcn ln ll1,
downward, rflliw'center of gravity and ,all,llCTt l,"yH "r ,,,e 1,,,"rt nf k,,,CT'
nn nliuoliitiOv Ktrnlulit line drive Hrughelll niiiiiiiinccM that. In enso the
"The lungnlllcent power plant, most1"1""1'"- f horses permits, be will even
olllclenl bruits, n clutch that n child j enlarge on the line program already
cjii disengage, rour speed solecllvn.I1'"'1""1. The promoters propose to
t)pe transmission and u perfectly bal- have the meet suit all horsemen Inter
nnciM gear Bblftlng lever, and inech- estcd. as far ns It Is possible to do so,
aiilsui wheiebj gears cm be shifted I'"' ' nr" Ker to Infuse new life
wllh slightest pressure, a foot tlnot-j1"1" Il.iml horseiloin. For this reason
tin or accelerator, thrust beatings on (they ak all owmrs of possible entries
Bteerlim l.neklrs. IS-indi Kteering,1" communicate with them as soon as
wheel, giving a leverage in sleerhirf is'xslblo. and If the prograni does not
column hi eaiefully deilgned that tho!nll 'hem In Its present form, they will
10-Inch wheels of the 'Ameilc.in Tia-!1"' Kind ' change It. If It Is at all fen-
veler' can be turned without Ilie-.IMc. that It will suit all who wish to
rllghlest illlllcultv with the car stand- enter. Mr HruKbclli asks that all sag
ng still spark and throttle levels on wstlons be mailed to hint ns soon ns
a stationary ipiadrant (n tho center posliiln
HILO HORSEMEN PLAN
NEW YEAR'S RACING
Cur and Condition.
All entries must occupy coops fur
nished by the nsMiclntlon. When Towls
are received At the door of the exhibi
tion ball they shall be taken In charge
by the isiiilerltitindeiit, placed In their
respective coops, fed, watired and aft
erword (those subject to weight clause)
weighed, fouls on exhibition shall be
if nn,l inmineeiiient Mid energy ' "" exclusive ensineiy or tne super-
cmilit for ntiytlilng. the show of poultry Intendent from the time they reach the
n.nt Is Clin- to be mnile bv tho ll.i- exnii.iuon nail tint nvereu to meir
nnllnn fnullrv AssoiVitlou lit Its sixth ners. Illrds shipped from u distance.
iiliuiuil exhibition to be held Uocciiiher
IS, 11, !. anil 1 will be the best that
has ever been put up by the association
since Its Inception.
It will be held In the National (luard
shouting galbry on .Mlllir sheet This
for exhibition will be allowed credit for
weight, viz.: shipped from neighboring
Island. one fourth pound.
There nre iniiny other rules connect
ed with the exhibition of fowl, mid It
would be well for nil Interested to that
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. . . . ,t , . . i .1...I J. ill ., eiiWllll .ill,' .'I tin- , Hum's 11,
lias proven IO oe me ihki nuu' nn iiio..
, ,. . , . , , ,, ,, Instructions to exhibitors.
exhibit to bo found In the city. It Is
the hope of the ussocl.ttlon that there
will be mi exhibition building erected
In the near future for the holding of
eblbltlons of this nature.
Then- will be u number of otlivr fea
tures Includtd In the show outside of
the poultry lines, ns wire udopttd lnst
cnr, only It Is stated that there will
be it larger variety this year.
The promoters have commenced to
get lines on some of the exhibits, nnd
It Is assured that there will be a full
house along the poultry line.
The clieulnr of Instructions for the
coming exhibition Is now out, nnd It
would be well for nil Interested to get
out and look It over, following Is
some of the Information contained
Competition Is open to nil.
The birds should be n't the showroom
on Monday, the 11th, ns early as peis
slide, where they will have tho best of
care, with freh green food dally.
Entries close on Thursday, December
T, at 5 p. in.
Five prlre ribbons will be nwnrdcel,
nnd rnsh premiums will be paid ac
cording 'to (onipetltlon III poultry
I'bisses (which Include turkeys, ducks
nnd geese), viz.: cocks, hens, cockerels,
pullets nnd pens, of nil varieties, un
der the following schedule:
The officers of the Hawaiian Poultry
Association are: I'rcsldent, Rnyuiond
(' llrtiwn: vice-president, Wnlter I'!.
Wall! secrctary-tri'asuriT, John ,T.
flreene; director, Dr ' rt, High, C.
Montague Ooeike, Sccly I. Shaw nnd
Wnlter Wcctlnn: auditor, 11. F.
llenrdmore; superintendent of the
showroom, J. J. Greene
AT THE HOTELS
Four entries or over... .12. 00 ttl.BO
Thtee entries 1.IJ0 1.00
Twei entrb'S 1.00 ....
four entries or over.... 5.00 $3.00
Three entries too 2 00
Twei entries 3.00
No entry fee Is charged for egg ex-
Ei '-I ' ii - i
AT THE YOUNG.
Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Keeler, Port
land, Ore.; Mr. and Mrs. W. I. Illy,
Sun Kranclscu; I.. Ityone, San I'rau
cIsco; Mr. nnd Mrs. J. C. Davlcs, I)S
Angeles; It. Sannet, Seattle; Mrs. J.
II. Dennett, Manila; Leopold Matlszkn
Uudupest, Hungary,' Mr. and Mrs,
John J, Young and son,, Spokane,
Wash.; It. K. Gordon, New York; J,
II. I lay ward, Montreal; Mr. nnd Mrs
Ittifus P. Spalding, Infant itml nurse,
Los Angeles; Miss Julia Holmes,
Pasadena; Gertrude Courtvvrlght,
Oakland; Mrs. II. K. White, Detroit,
Mich.; Mm. C. I, .Morrison, Oak Har
bor, Ohio; C. W. Cookson. Wnlihivvii;
A. llasttody, Koloa; J. J. Walsh, Kn
hulttl, Maul; K. It. llevens, Pnla,
Maul; William S. Shntt, Wullukii,
hllilts. nnd premlunis nre for the le-st Mnul; C. Welsstnnnn, New York; C
doerl of any vnrlety nnd nil breiils ' Sun Krunctseo; Miss Winnlfred Allen
mil varieties, first. SI: second. r.Oc' D. Nlson, San Fratiilscii; H.S.Allen,
Also sweenstnke urine of SI for best San Francisco; H. S. (loodhtie, Kott.i,
down brown eggs and for best eloien Huwnllj'Mr. nnd Mrs. A. C. Campbell
white eggs. l'uunene. Maul; Mrs. A. M, Gull. Cull-
mm 1 l;-'iiM
VS'm-efiam wW$ SB
lIitiae . MJrK,,-,-ilIMS
A Cold Bottlq
of Primo Beer
Goes well at any timcbut it
tastes best when taken with the
It sharpens the appetite, aids
the digestion, and quiets tired
nerves. It is the best beer you
can drink, because it is the
And it is the best tonic you can
lake, and the most piedsant
one, too, 0
as M JmU ciaaasa
The JEtecr Thaiis J)i ewtul
io ouir i ne v,uintMe
fortiln; 11. K. Smith, San Francisco; chusetts; Mr nnd Mrs. A. J.
J. A. Mnguiri', Kotui.
AT THE ROYAL HAWAIIAN.
A, F. Dinncbacln1, IjinilttR, Mich.;
Mr. and Mrs. V. Itaiur.iy Smith, llur-,
muu, Huston, Mass.; Mr. nnd
J M. Atnistrong, 1-os Angeleu
nnd Mrs. II. J. .lames, lhlstol,
Mi. and Mrs. K. 10. Couanl,
Mrs. ! Mr.
lluglon, Vt.; Mr. and Mrs, II. S. I'al-i
lahan and daughter, Ijing llencli, Cal.;
Mr. and Mrs. M. 1. Wiilker, Massa.
AT THE MOANA.
Mi. nn.il Mrs. John House,
more; Mr. and Mrs.JVm. Uiruuin
Campbell, Santu Harhara; Mr. and
Mrs. J. A. Wclinmnu, New Mexico;
General nnd Mrs. Arthur Mm ray, San
Francisco; Mujur J. ('. (llltuore Jr.,
San Francisco; Captain M. Critic San
A new-born Infnut, stiangled In
deatli, was found In the laundry of
TyiWlWsifeMBiatfsifermry iL. . .
1sHs9BsisVURsklSMIBlMsKiarTa, n N.
nn: 3ii:kica. 'ntritisr crjn :ii) h:m
Four ias.eugcr: wliielhasr, IK Indies; 'lire, .'!7l Inches front nnd rear mi (. I).
Itcgiil.tr iiilinieu( tnrlitiles top and liip-bool: ." Innips, lah lights elcelrlct I'lfst-O-Mle
"lulu nnil storage Ii.iKitj ; nue evlra rlni: sliurL absorhers; font rest; Hie holders) lmrtt
lire repair niitllt.
.lie tank; llosrh mug.
I Jack; tools tind
"American" wins Fernando Nelson Trophy for high
est score in San Francisco to Los Angeles
and return sealed hood contest
"American" is also awarded Potter Hotel Trophy for
most cars of one make to finish with '
Every car is guaranteed for one year from date of
sale. This includes adjustments, working time and
new parts if necessary. In other words No Garage
V o sss::x
V KM v
Alakea and Hotel Sts
'Till HlULMIIIII LWUkirAm ., .,.,. f......
Klrlcll) n Ivio-iiitssenger car. lieelliuse, u- InchcM Tires, Slixlllr Indies front and rear on O. II. de.
uiioui,' i,,n. .....,... KjuipiiKii, iiieiuiirs inn nun llljl.lllllll ! llllllIS
Tfiihlim .Vsigiirtiii lire hnlilrm; Ininti J.ickt tools mill (Ire reunlr outllt.
I'ri'st.O.MIe lank; llosrh High
ui r-imtfh-n - Lik-A. .
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