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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., SATURDAY, MAn. 1$, 1912.
TWELVE CARS ARRIVE WITH RUSH
FOR THE VON HAMM-YOUNG CO.
. Twelve cars nrrlvi'il with n rush
till!) week, tor tliu mhi llnilitn-Young
('(iMip;iny, vvcio taken to tliu big dis
tributing station, ollril, Inspected, and
eight nf tlirm turned ntcr .n thelr'Tc
spccllvo ovvnciH In rccunl time. ThvYsc
tarn nil arilved In line Bhnpo ami
wore delivered wltluMit one single ad
justment, which In getting to lie IIIOIC
ninl more prnvcihlul an science ad
vances. Throe years ago nearly every
cur which arrived In tlie Hawaiian
Islands required a great ileal of ad
justing anil tuning up liefore It was
In ahaie to be turmil oxer to Its pur-
charcr but today hardly an alteration
bus to be made even when the cars
nro bought and driven by amateurs.
This Is eertalnly u sign of the limes,
tiii'l only demonstrates to a very
inaikcd decree the wonderful strides
which haw been made In a very short
time. Automobiles In general have
Improved wonderfully mid It Is very
seldom that a ear is abandoned on tbo
load any innie Such vast Improve
ments have been accomplished that
the Motor Car of today Ib very close
to perfection. Uond troubles have
been reduced to a minimum and the
upkeep and expense of operation lias
been eut In two. These conditions
oulv so to show that the liiunufucliir
vis lime been aiming at reliability
and In so dolus they are placing the.
public In n position where any man
can afford to own nn automobile. For
merly It was only the (loulds and
Anlors who could drive line machines,
but today the same class of machine
Is within the reach of most anyone.
Today people no longer llgnro an
nnlnmoblle as a luxury, but a neces
sity, and the running expenses are
now so reasonable that streetcar fare
la often llgured as more expensive In
(he long run than auloniobllu upkeep.
rniuliir Car Arrle.
The shipment of cars which ar
rived on the l.urllne consisted of Cad
Much. Ovcrlnnds ami Iluleks, Incliid
. Im; one IJuIek l.lRlit Kxprcsa tmck.
The nlilpment which arrived on the
Sierra consisted nr four fine new mod-
ntn ,.t ltiilL.a l.,.tl titix-hic ntiru mill
roadsters. ' CORSON
The Honor Hull tills week Is as fol
lows: n.ihu Sugar Company, Mr. K.
Klamp, Kiiual (i'arago, C. .1. Schocnlng
& Co., vVulnieii KtabicR.
The Oahii Sugar Company pur
chased a line Cadillac Torpedo, lln
' lulled In a Krcne.li grey with nlckle
Mr. K. Klamp, tliu Knual (Imago
company, and C. .?. SchoenliiR & Co.
l look delivery of Cadillac touring cars,
which arrived on lha l.urllne.
Tho Wnliuea Stables took delivery
; of a lliilck light express truck, to bo
iired In tho mail service on Knual.
Thin car was purchased for tliu use of
the drummers who travel on the
Island of Knual and for the U. S. mall
Tho iulck express truck Is the only
inimitable ami practical wagon for this
kind of use, as has been dctnoiistrntrd
during the past two years nn'tlic Ha
waiian Islands. These trucks are at
n premium amongst the drivers, as
they save tue boys a great deal or ox-,m
ponse and an enormous amount oi
lliilck Truck Wins
One of the Rrealest victories which
the lliilck truck has ever gained lias
come to a dnlsh this week, it Is much
appreciated .mil of very much Import
anen to the von llamm-Voiilis Com
pany, who are the sole distributing
ngctita for the llulek trucks In the
This victory of such vast ImV'iit
ance Ih in the shape of an order
placed hv the W. C. Peacock Com
pany for a llulek KxprcsK truck to be
used In their business delivery. Mr.
Iluehly, inaniiRor of W. C. Peacock &
Co., placed this order In New York
City, where ho is now stopping. Ilo
foro his departuie, Mr. Iluehly was
approached by the vim Hamm-Young
Company, and asked fur' an order for
n llulek Impress truck. He stated.
however, that while he was very fnv
limbic to a llulek. he would not order
, a truck of any description until lie
bad Mulshed a trip which would cover
tho United States, and which would
Includn a very keen search for the
most practical light truck on the mar
ket. Ho made a great study of this
proposition, mid when his Journey was
completed ho duclaied that no other
inuchlnn ever hud a look-In. This lit
tle Incident should be enough to con
vince the most skeptical minds of
prospective buyers, nnd nnlv hears
mit the envied reputation of tho flilick
Light truck In tho United Statea as
well as the Hawaiian Islands.
(Iicrliinil In Front.
"Tho' "Ovorlnnrt" enr Is fiiBt coming
to tho 'front In iiutomnhllcdoin, rind
Vtlin von It.'itiim-Yohnir (Iflinimnv con-
folders Itself ory fortunate Indeed to
represent this ear, which has such a
plendfd' reputation both on tho main
land and. here.
Hegnrdlng tho Overland Company,
rinn of tho leadln ntitoiiiobllo Journ
";Ar tbo producer of mechanical up.
Sliirles of Mexico's War.
Comparatively little news of nctual
conditions In turhulcm Mexico have
llltered' through to the newspapers of
ih'ls country. Occasional stories of the
lighting In and near' i .border aro
printed and the reader gc-ts a vague
Idea of the progicsR made by the Vns-
nulstns, or rebels, who arc trying to
capture the Madero government. Hut
most nf these reports are written from
the viewpoint of possible International
complications and probability of In
tervention. Of the real conditions, a
true picture of n country In the throes
of civil war and suffering from the
worst forms of guerilla warfure, little
It has rrhialtiNl for the American
travelers who have been doing bus!
ness In Mexico, to glvo the detailed
nmi vivid accounts or Mexico s iinnnp
py slate.' A Detrolter recently re
turned from Madero's country and
brought Willi' him sonic burrowing
stories of fighting and lawlessness in
tho district where he.WitB engaged mid
expressed his amazement over the fact
thai; tho outsldo world Is In Ignorance
of the frightful stnle of affair it. lie-
cenlly another bit of news has llltered
through. A Mexican military execu
tive, lias lielil up an American audi
mobllst and refused to let him proceed
on his way to Mexico City because the
entire district was In arms. The vic
tim was T. .1. tleaudct, who, with a
companion, Is endeavoring to blnr.c a
trail from I-ns Angeles down the west
coast of Mexlro to Mexico City In a
Cadillac car. After overcoming In
numerable dllllcultlcs such as have
never before been encountered by nn
automobile, Including the fording of
wild streams and tho crossing of
mountains where there was not even
a mule trail. Mr. Ileaudet reached
Hosamada In the State of Mor"lla,
about .'on miles from tho City of Mex
ico, only to be stopped by government
order. The military head prohibited
the Cadillac continuing Its Journey.
It Is presumed, however. Hint the de
lay Is a temporary one and Unit the
car by this time Is on Us way again.
DESHA DECLARES SOAP-BOX TALKS
KUH NOT ON START MONDAY
less mid against Colonel McCarthy. This morning the Kllnucii brought.
He emphasized tbo fact lli.lt die would cheering new I mm Hawaii mid Maul
not "hnktiu" Prince Kalanliili.iole, Del
The long-siilTerllii; (map-box, that
forerunner of elections, will blossom
toith next Monday nt noon, tiecorillng
Delegate KtihlnluToiincd the Itev. ' l1'"''" "r " ,,r !'" '""
Stephen I.. Dosha f lllto that ho was "a tic politician., who Intend to lake
gdlng to Hawaii for n vacation - nnt'a running Jump Into the cmnp.ilgnuntl
on political matters, according to an beat the llcpiibllcmis to It.
Interview published In the llllo Trlb-I S.un Kiilcn. turnkey at the police
line from Desha. The Trlhuno sas: station, Is today laying 111
Delegate Kuhlii Is coming to llllii'n .(-iiip-lix.V..t .Monday, weather mid
this week. The glad news of Ills ar-r. permitting, ninl If Hiiro Is any
rival was contained In letters rccelv- ,-',,,- -..i.i,,,.,.,, lint Jurrrtt's poll
elate to Congress. .
t)no or the reasons Why be opposes
Mci'itrlhy, said Olrpnu this morning.
Is because the colonel Is u candldatii
put up by the "sugar barons." V
Olcp.m Is also anxious to make n
Joyful nole from tliu soap-lmx next
Monday. He sold Hint since bis dis
missal fioiu the lln.iril of Health he
has been feeling the pulse of tliu vot
er III his district. In bis visit to t'.K
lioines of his friends ho found that
they are Indignant at the olllclals nt
the health department, who ordered
Is today laying bis plans for'tii,. destruction of the bunaiiiis unit
the shutting down of the pol shops.
that Is. cheering so fur ns Met nr-
tby Is concerned. Many letters cnniu
In, It was stated at his benilipiartcrs
this morning, Indorsing him as the
Democrat le candidate, and lifter rend
lig bis mall. .McCarthy wore u sinlb!
for the rest of the day.
The ' Democrats or (he tenth pre
Clnot, Kourlli I)llrlct, held n meeting
Inst nlKht. which was nlteniled by n
number of party leaders iind at which
Hie MeCamlless faction was well rep-
TO MEND NEATLY
ed by loading locaU politicians fran rnr(,(, , KllUlK Mo fmWivK llh both
.. . .. I,,.!,- ,,...,
iMinio nun iroui AiKiiiBou. niinu ....,,,. tip rcit, of the town wants
Dilcgrtcs friends give It out mat t!io . .
trip has no political slgnlficin.e. It is """ "" .vi.,i,r
well to lemcmbcr that the Kronl K"l. declined to siyodo uh.Uer
church convention, nt which will bo '"' wm"'1 "1'1 for J"'-1"-''' ,,r Mc"
piesent delegates from all parts of CnndlesN but It's n ten to one shot
Oils Island, will begin tomorrow. Many that be won't be talking for McCatid
churehmen are also politicians. less so long as Jarrett Is the head of
"Yes. tvlihln 1ms written mo tiial lie j the police department
will com" to Hlln, lr nothing Inp- William ()lcp.tu. formerly n stanch
pciiB." said Itev. S. I.. Desha, wlieillltppiildlciiii. but who how siivs that
asked aboul the miller yesterda "He uc , n(,rii alleglamT to the Demo-
docs notclme hero t6 do politics, llo'pr,,,
tells mo he wants to get a llltie vaca
tion, in gci away
Colonel C. J, McCarthy's campaign
committeemen will meet tonight nt
tbs eo!oool'n oltlce In tho Wuvcrly
building to further the plans for cap
turing the TVirltorliil convention next
April IK. II. (J. Itlvenburgb, ns pres
ident of the McCarthy club. Is bead
or the campaign, nnd the rest of the
committee bos not been named. How
ever, men like Lester Petrle, Hupcr
vbor McClellnn. Jim Coke nnd Mnynr
I'ern are now In tho McCarthy move
ment strongly nnd will niako u show-
party. Is out for Unit McCain!' Iiur before the convention" date comes.
A patched comet cover Is unsightly
showing through thin waists. When
worn under the nrms place a new
piece of material over thd hole nnd
Rtllch lace or embroidery Insertion
A further conference was hold Ihln
moinliig' between tho flovemor mid
.1; O. I.utted In connection with tho
election or n cannery ill Kiipna, Kn
ual, to accommodate tho homestcadera
who wish to lake up Iho mailer of
growing pineapples on the lots Hint
have Just boon tluovvn open and iiIho
nnjho lots Hint aro nndor considera
tion at tho piesent time.
Lulled loaves for the Coast on Tues
day In make fiicrthor arrangements In
connection with the scheme, and whllo
thcro will try to Interest noino of tho
Const financiers In the matter. When
ho comes back tliu site will bo select
ed and tho election or ino cannery
nroiind the edge, cutting away Ihu proceeded with If tho money Ib raised.
goods uniicrnemn ami leaving an eugo
to turn back mid stitch ugiiln, making
firm. Do both sides allko and It will
not appear to hnvo been patched, but
trimmed that way. Patches may be
Winn u law Is pissed It means that
a majority of the people have decided
that a c-Ttiilii net Is unconventional,
The marriage of !.ord Howard do
Walden, ono or tho rlchCBt of tliu ICng
HbIi peers, to Miss Mnrgherltii Van
llnalte, look place In Unidon.
Krmik 11. Smith of Worreslor, for
tunny ycara treasurer nf tliu Slater
mills, has become treasurer of tho
New Knglaiid Cotton Yarn compniiy.
from Hiinoliilu. Of
eoiiise, lie will Im my guest while lie,
1. I., till.. M... Iw ...111 !....- . Il.lt,..' smib
Ib In llllo. No- ho will have
In i'j with the convention"
Harry Cormn Clarke lias returned
from his lour of the other Islands, nhd
be has some things to say III praise
or Hawaii ami the way he lias been
treated while on bis Jaunt, but as the
II ul let In has only elRhty-llve dou
ble rolls of paper In tbo basement, It
will not attempt to tell the public
what "Harry" llilnks.
Corson states that bis tour, llnan
clally. lias betn the biggest kind of iv
success rrttm shut to llulsh. mid, Ink
ing lulo iiiiiHlderiitloii his "run" white
In tills city, he lias not only made both
ends meet, but they lap over u good
Ills last show was at Uihalim last
night, mid he says that the house was
so full Hint they bail til turn them
away Three nights at Wulltikii were
devoted to amusing the people, mid
had In be turui'il away at that
I town. At P.ila be opened a new the
I liter and bad the time or bis lire try
ing to tlnd room tor the people who
nmiti'd to KCt Inside the doors. At
III!" be put in eight nights anil to
ci oh tied houses every time except the
llrst night, when be got out and told
I lit in that If they did not come
through with iiiulicneeH be would bo
out ami Injured. After that the house
Why. I bail the time of my life,"
wild Clarke this morning. "We bail
the best there was In the land, ami
were entertained by many of the pri
vate fmnillus nt Maul nnd Hawaii,
h'ity. we got ho chummy that they
were calling me 'Harry' bcrnro I loft.
and that's roIiir some."
Clarke visited the volcano, and saw
everything that was to bo seen, and
as a result he Ikih the same complaint
that all other tourists have doesn't
want to leave Hawaii.
HMO. Hawaii, .Match II. The ac
tion of tho Hoard or Trade on Tues
day In requesting Henry Walsworth
Kinney (n get out a booklet mid guide
completely and niithorlPitlvcly setting
forth Iho attractions and advantage
of the Island of Hawaii camo an u dec
laration of the lllg Island's Indep-nil-flice
of Hie Hawaii Promotion Com
mittee at Honolulu, though ptib:ibly
few If nny of tho tnembern of Iho
jlloaid of Trade thought of tho action
In Just this way.
'A comprehensive, and reliable wotk
of tlrlx kind Is needed on thin Island,
tor tho promotion literature Ihsiici!
broadcast Irom Honolulu treats llllo
and Iho Volcano and tho numerous
other Inducements for tourists to conio
to (his Jslnud merely ns an incident.
Therefore It was n step 111 IIIIo'h
.i ogress when C. K. Wright presented
a resolution to tho Hoard of Trade
which was unanimously adopted, to
tbo effect tbat Hie Itniiri! renuest Mr.
!1ftt,nn t,. tnln nl,nrr.n nt tittnl, titililla
(atlon, "having every cnnflrtcncc In
his knowledge mid ability ns n writer,
which will enable hlm to compile such
The icsolutlnn recommended that!
HILO FIRE DEPARTMENT :
SAID TO BE "JOKE"
' pllnnccB gnres over tho product of his
tbriiln and brnvvii ho naturally feels
, that his material must bo a trlllo su
perior to anything ol$e produced. It
Ih this feeling nf confidence and en
thusiasm that Inspires Hie vast Im
priivements recorded dully by the pro
gresRlvo mnkerH In uvery manufactur
ing line. It Is but natural Hint the
JVIIIys-Ovcrland Company, ilslng from
the depths of obscurity to (he heights
greatest prominence in four snort
yearn. Minimi feel justly prouii in ns
llnlli'iu'enls conlhlrnl of Iho iiuper-
llnrlty of Its product nnd Iho futuie
. ii .ii.
HILO, March 11. Insurance nlen
come to llllo, lake a look mound and
ro away reared to death at tho llro
rUks, ncrordliig to Ihu opinion of II.
II. .Mariner cxptessed at tho Hoard of
Trade meeting on Tuesday.
"Tho llllo llro department is a
Joke!" ho said.
Apparently everybody agreed with
Christian Caslcndyk started tho
discussion by bringing up Ihu muttei
of lire protection, agitated In tho local
presa. He spoko of IIIIo'h cracked
bell and then mado reference to tho
''old excuse" of tho Supervisors not
having' nny money to provide propor
flro-llghtltig apparatus, If tho Hoard
could not nee to It that the town whs
glvon proper flro protection, It seemed
to hlm, then some other steps should
bo taken, and nulckly.
Inter-Island McKay thought there
was no reason to find fault with the
Supervisors. The county hud bcin
paying off on a $90,00(1 obligation and
was doing everything that could he
done to make both ends meet. He
thought It better (o hand thd Super
visors a little honey, jathcr than vin
tho nietcantllo cstahlltduucutu rcuJcrJ
every support and aid. i
truest Afoscs Imiulrcd If It was 111-1
tended to treat of tliu Island of Hawaii I
alone nnd when Wright answered In )
the affirmative, Moses very cniphntl
callv seconded the proposition.
President of the Hoard or Health
Dr. J. M. 11. Pratt returned from Ha
waii this morning, leaving I'ediral
Doctor McCoy behind to Investigate
the conditions that are leading to Hit
appearance of plague In the Hmuakiia
district. Dr. McCoy may stay a week
mid he may stay fur a month, the
time all depending on the circum
As has already been published In
the II ii 1 1 e 1 1 n. the health parly made
a thorough tour nt the coast districts
from llllo to Htimnkua mid mado ar
rangements tor rat catching 'at all the
plantations and In the outlying dis
tricts us well. This Is the tlrst stc
III a plan contemplated by President
Pratt for some time, but which bus
been Interfered with by the inosiiilln
light, which look up nil Dr. .McCoy'.s
Just before they left llllo another
case of plague was reported and Dr.
McCoy Immediately tinned back to
Investigate. The plague that Is break'
lllg out from time lo time In the ills,
trlct Is dllTerent from Hi" ordinary
bubonic plague, and this Is the main
leasoii why so much Interest is being
Thieves are being shiil dally In
CniitMi, China, and' the nhvernn'ieiil Is
Inking vlgoiinis uicnsifrCH In suppress
Ah nlany families hav'n no bciiIos
for weighing, HiIh Ib a tabin of uitvi.i
urcH whleli can bo used Instead.
A wlnegliissful Is half a gill.
Klglit ovon tiililcurloonfulR nro n g'll,
One' ipmrt nf sifted flour Ih ono
One pfnt of granulated sugar In one
Two cups of butler packer aro nno
Five ctipfulH of Rifled Hour aio nno
Knur even saltspoonfuls makn a ten
spoonful. Weighing Is always best, but not nl
Tho cup used Is the ordinary coffco
or kitchen cup, holding half a pint.
A saltBpoonful Ib n good measiiro nf
salt for nil custards, puddings, blano
A set of tin mcuHiircH, from a oill
In ii quart, Ih very useful In nil cook
Every BUICK is a BUICK through and through
'UCH has been said by automobile manufacturers about the
greatness of their factories, but few people realize that the
greatest of them all is the BUICK plant.
The reason for the greatness of the BUICK plant and why it
has not been necessary to exploit it, has been the ever-increasing
quality value of BUICK CARS. For seven years they have been
known as the "Unadvertised" Cars - the Cars which have sold on
merit alone. Now that the BUICK organization and constructive
facilities have been so vastly strengthened, it seems only right that
all who are interested in automobiles should know all about BUICK
Cars, the BUICK plant, and the BUICK organization.
Every BUICK is a BUICK through and through
Practically cut) part Is
made ul Hits great lll'K'K
plant. engines, Transmis
sions (.curs, Hearings,
I'raincs lloilles, Wheels
Axles, Itadl, iters, Castings,
I'orglngH, even (he hulls,
mils arid cup screws, In furl,
cierj thing excepting hMiips
carliiinlors. colls ami mag
ueies. The III1ICK OIHUN'.
IZITION Is ii imlt which
rrprocnls (he highest de
gree of (ftfrleiirj' In motor
cur production. Thai Is why
(he lll'K'K nut (inly main
tains world-wide reputation
fur went pinvcr, hut has
riitiililned mIIIi II the slu
hill! j of every pari In sup
port this power. Ami jet so
perfect Is the' hnrmnii) of all
(iperuflng parts, thai, vtllh
nil Us power, (he MUCK Is
N tine of the uiihI Sli.DNT
M'SM.Nfl CAIIS miiile.
A carload of IIIH'K WIN
A HOI?'! nnd TOIIIII.M.'
CAItS lias Jnsl been re.'
I'llrrs, vvllh complete
equipment, ranging fliuii
tfll.-.O.OII In $ll.'ilM)0, f. o. h.
Ilcfnrc Jim deride on n
purchase he sure it it tl In.
spiel Hits wonderful Hue
which Is on exhibition Ih our
Von Hamm-Young Go., fLtd.
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