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mVENTira BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H SATURDAY, DEC. , 1911.
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1912 LOCOMOBILE MODEL WILL
HELP ALREADY-POPULAR CAR
Official announcement has lieen
nnile by the Locomobile Company ol
a new 1912 model, the "38" Loconio
blip. This Is n six-cylinder car' for
Ivo passengers and will be termed
Hip Locomobile "Little Six."
"It In Intended to fill tho demand
'lor n high-class 'Little Six' having
lonty of reserve power, and Is the'
result of much careful working out
of detail and thorough testing at the
Aorks of tho Locomobile Company of
America at Bridgeport, Conn.,'' says
nn auto expert. "In appearance, de
sign and finish the new '.18' Locomo
bile Six closely resembles the '48 Lo
comobile Six, which has becomo so
widely known in tho last two -jears.
In fact, tho only Important, difference
nctwecn tho two cars lies In dimen
sions The new 'Utile Six' has a
smaller motor, shorter wheel base,
i ml In equipped with a five-passenger
foiodoor body Instead of a soven-pas-ccngcr
"The motor of tho car Is of typical
Uiconidbllo construction, with bronze
crunk case, high-tension Ignition and
exceedingly nmplo cooling apparatus
to pievpnt anv possibility of over-,
hcitlng. The motor Is powerful, de
veloping slxty-horsc-power Ibrnke lost,
and thus, although the car Is termed
n 'Llllle Six,' It will really have smart
ness and snap. This will provide an
Abundance of reserve power, and a
car that will be powerful on the hills
and ery speeuy.
"The clutch Is of the multiple disk
type. Tlje four-speed sokeoMva trans
mission Is used according to the usu
nl I-ooomoblle practice, the gear caso
being constructed of manganese
brouzo, always a strong feature of llw
Locomobile. Every detail of the chas
sis that made the M8' 'Six' so com
fortable hot been Incorporated In I bo
new -car. The wheel base If 128 In
ches. Three-quarters cllptlc .rear
springs n'ro used and the power doe
not pass through them, permitting
them to act freely under all com)!
lions. The balance of the-Uhass) Is
carefully vowed ant, wulmlunK kld
ding, causing the car to hold the roai
well at speed, and td 'ride 'with the
mnxlmum of ease. The teti'lncli -upholstery,
a highly valuable comfort
feature and originated by the 'Locomo
bile Company In the larger 'Six, Is
used In tho body of the new 'Lltdu'
Blx.' doccd-car bodies of the limous
ine, tananulct and tlcrlln types of at
tractive lines hne been designed to
be Iisod In connection with the. 'Lit
Deliveries of rho new car will om
menco In January. It Is expected thaf
the new car will bs on exhibition in
this city In tho near future.
Tllli SIMMY PRESIDENT BRACES,
THE BRACES WITH A GUARANTEE.
Their sliding cord removes all strain, frofrt
They toutwear all others because made of
the best material;. . ,
Buy only the Kcnuine with SIIIRUY fRESIKM'
on the biiikk'? and -with tlfis jjuaranteq on
Cufirantfj t thc braret nrme urmtif.irtnry In
aiiutiicutur. tiu.ll ttirm M u nut jtmr d. dcr wild
) our name ft.i.1 biMrm plainly mittm n iaclaxe W
III repair, rri lace, ut (1( requested refund uur money.
. The C. A. EDGARTON MFG. CO;
BHUOEV, MASS, V. S. A.. 1
haavy duty Marina and Stationary Ca Enolnsi art bui't in 8an Francltoe,
Cal. 1, 2, 3, 4 and 6 Cylinders! 4 to 250 H. P. '
bW ilTTi iMlaHHaaaPTnWfaBnrrTi Iriiw
. . 1 1 1 'il&CTStfffiraay
(Aaaoclatrd Prraa Cable.)
PCKINO, Chlim, Deo. . The flrt
complete nnd dirt ct news received li re
from the fix no of the iiinsHucret at
Slntifti reached here today and proves
to be cen more startling than tho urxt
It Is now known that In the out
break bj the rebels approximately 8.
000,lnnchu were killed and eight for
eigners were murdered, Including lour
Aiwrluirw The foreign inlsnlun houses
were alt burned,
LBtion May Savo Him.
It 'is now believed here that In cno
the life of the joung emperor Is
threatened Hint he will take refuge In
either the legation of the United States
oruf Jnpun, either of wlili.li would
Prince Angry at Pramltr.
(Hptclal Cnhle to the Bun Chong
Kw ock Bo ) ,
P.HKl'i'ja, Deo, 8. A serious qiwrrel,
lias broken out between Premier Yuan
Shlh-Kul und Prince Tnou, brother of
tlte recently deposed regent, " Prince
Chun. 11 Is reporied thnt Yiinn'Sklh-
Knl unci Prime Chine Prougln pressure
lo near upon me empress uowager 10
Induce her to InMat upon the retire
ment of the prince regent, which jnc-,
t(6n has aroused the anger 'of Prtnca
Chlshl Chung has beeln nppolnted the
guardlnn of the baby emperor. ,
Tlw nrtnlMlee between the forces irt
Wuchang tind IIuniftniiR expired to
day. TWO WILL RETIRE.
W'AKHIN'nTON. D C Deo. 8
tleor-Adnilral Itlchard Walnwrlght, U.'l
8. N, who was born In this ilty on
December 17, 1849. will reich the "into
limit on the seventeenth of this month
nnd will be placed on the retired llt.
He will Iks succeeded by Cnptjln
Charles Kduaril Vreeland
llear-Adiqlral lA'alnwrlght distin
guished himself intthc war with Spain
und wns In command of the gunboat
Olouceiter ut the buttle of Santiago, In
which Admiral Cervera's llett wus dt
strojed, nd In whkh he took" nn. ne
ttle part. ,
nenr-Admfrnl Itaymnnd Perry nod-.
rrers. U. S N., son of Itenr-Adnilnll
Raymond "Rodgers, will retire for npe
on December 20. Ho will be succeed
ed by Captain William U"lgrs..
NAVAL ARCHITECT AND '
YACHT BUILDER DEAD
Niav YORK. N. Y.. Dec. 8' Archl-1
bald Cary Smith, the distinguished
naval architect imd jacht builder, dlrd
In this city, today at the age of 74'
years He dcHlgncd mnny famous
boats, Including jattiis, pilot boats,
steamers, and other sailing ships, lie
hullt the Vindex, the first Iron yacht,
which attracted nniili attention.
NO SOLUTION FOUND.
WASHINGTON, D, C. Dec 8 A
meeting was held by the cabinet nnd
President Taft In the White House
today to consider the question of, -tho
stund taken by Russia In regard to
American passports to Jew. No solu
tion of the problem wns decided upon
ID ' S
Dear Sirsi Wa tak pltatur In (tatiAg that wa hava purchssta' ana 25
h. p.-four.eylliwlor, -two. 36 r(, hraa oorlUdar(ni12 h. 4. B. C auad-four-tesn
4 and 6 h. p. single eyllndtr Impsnal Englnss, all in uat In aur fltat af
fiahlng boats W are wall satisfied with tht performance of your maehinta
nd will gladly recommanJ tham.
AMERICAN FISH A OYSTER CO, Black Diamond.
Imparial rapid advance In trad It duo ta Its haVirp the hlghaat afflol
enoy of any gas -nglna In our market Every poealble precaution I takan In
the manufacture of Imparial as to boat of material being used, exaet, and
standard alias turned out. Call and wo wil show you Imparial attains big
end small, marina and stationary, working In Honolulu. Isnjiarlal .gartt
Hawaiian Islands la HENNINQ A. PETERSON, H50 AlaWoa Btratt, P. O.Box
1fi5, Honolulu. . ,
ORTERIC 0ET8 -FIM4I AEDUCEO.
WABHINQTON. D C. Dec. 8 The
Dnparttnnt of Commerce and Labor D
luiuiy uiliiuuucru Jlim ilie inuoiiieu lints
assessed ngalust the llrltlsh steamship
Orterlc 'would be $7880 Tor neglecting
the sanitary 'conditions In connection
with bringing Immigrants to Yfawnll In
the steeruge. The original fine assess
ed was 810,000. ,
M8T4NaUMarieO JLAWYCR OLE..
NEW YOIIK, N. Y.. Dec. 8 Ktlmn
Allen, until Ills retirement In 16M one'
of the foremost ,law"irs In the coun-'
try, died at Ills home In this cll to
day, aged 79 ears.
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I rrvctal WhitP I
'B vVn J '', - i &?tTf M
1 CAM IIP
I J"F It
, has no r.QUAi, ron Tin: laundry. !
4fJ TAKHH OUT THH DIRT QUIOKIA' AND THOROUGHLY.
DOKS NOT INJUHR HANDS OR JWllltK,
YOUR GROCCR HAG IT I
MMIillliiiiaaai - . ai..i.aaaaaaaaaiaaii
YAQUI INDIANS REFUSE
PEACC WITHOUT XANM
ntlAYMA8.,Mvx, Dec 8 Trouble
Is roared In the State oV Bonora, ns
the YaqUI IndtaiiH hao repudiated the
peace treaty recently made with the
government. They Insist upon there
turn of the lands taken from them liit
ler jthe "Dial oilmlrilstratlon.
LABOR COUNCIL FOR
SAN FRANCISCO. Cal , Dec. 8 The
Laor -Union Council 'of lhls-olt' puss,
cal resotiMlons this -evening .urging an
Invt stlgatlon of all In any way con
mocjadiiwlth the flynamlte outrages nt
U Angeles and elsewhere. The coun
cil also In nn emphatic mnnner, by
revolution, repudiates the McNamara
brothers., eonfensed dynamiters. '
A tvoman'a smile seldom means
what'a snan thinks It does
Catarrh. Hay Paver. CWJ la the tltad
..wily Is ss l- Price gOc.
4V- ladaaak Caawaiial Htrhlk
SnTrna" A". to5s74 Bl.44 Namely.
blooJ runner. A ureal eiajicmc
hy.L.. .h rii.aa
privt, iioiM toUU, ) lull p. ttattiM
Honolulu Drug Co.
P!aWssfK vl. i' 'f'!SrBHHHsWrffT'lw 5$iP
" "'littthg; HtfFW , t.'M aT
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"38" UJTTLE SIX ..
A Nw Sip Cylinder, ' XAVfl!?-$ -
M;n 4-atain - TuaUs MrMlol V M
r .HraH?-.rw.w r.r-w,
for 4 or 5 Passengers
MOTOR SlxjJ'nder Locomobile Motor de eloping sixty horse-,-""
powir on test, lirgn nlis,' Uli t ulo lifters L
coinoblln bronze crank ense. Sixin miln-bearlni; crnnlt slinft of
LUBRICATION Completely telf-rontulniMl ulllni; ejMt.in for mo-
tor. Oear pump forces oil lo nil, hearings. In a
constant stream, Oruiiw nips ut all wi'urlnc points, on clussls.
OIL CAPACITY SY, gallons
TRANSMISSION Pour-speed seiecthe trsnsmlsslnn with bionze
1 gear tnse '
WHECL8 Artlllorj t)jie. 3C Inches In dluimtcr
f4CEL BASE 1!8 Inches.
TIRES Demountable tpp. Trout tind rear, RGvltS,
CODY rore-dimr touring enr, siulltig flw pissnigirs. Plusli
"""" aldis. Nu extirnul iiuur lilunn or door liuiullis.
UPHOLSTERY IVn-lnch upholster) Ii uieil on Ilic ronr scat
" " -" ciiibloiinml Luck. 1hl( lt;,xurliniit upholstering
llrst uppi.irtil on inn "ts" vlx-i) Under cur. Hand biirfnl leath
er, tufted l'lncst iiunllty hair used '
EQUIPMENT fnpe curt top, II nest iiuillty of three-ply till It
" "" " inoliilr. UIiisi- iiniptcil hiiiilllKlits Willi iicitlno
ras tank, f'oinlilnntlnii oil n ml ilictrlc shin I imps and lull I inn.
Stonigu Intti ry, horn, JicK, loot Ktg and kit of timls. Tiro tar
rlr for ixlrn tins plneed nt Ilia rciir of the car. Cent rnll, foot
rent, stoim upron for fiont scat. Hatter) rciuotd from runulug
lifiinl, It ,i luir Ixith runiiliiR Imarils iliar.
" " . Price fuHy equipped - $4200 f.o.b. Bridgeport, Conn.
Schuman Carriage C.?
Office: Merchant Street
Our Store Policy
has ulways .been to carry the standard
and desirable goods in every line.
That is why we chose Kodaks for our
photographic department. We felt
.sure irom careful investigation that
these were the goods that should be
offered our customers. From our
years of 'experience we now know that,
we were right.
Our sales of the
V-' ' I
Fojdhjg pocket Kodak
have been particularly
satisfactory to us be
cause tbete cameras
have proved so satis
factory to our cus
card size 3J4 x 5 J4 .
Fast lenses, splendid
shutter quality all
through. "Price $20.
Lets us show you.
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