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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H SATURDAY, JUNE 1, 1912.
The Reigning Monarch Of All Beers Is
Pafost Blue Ribbon Beer
Quality is the initial, and the last, consideration in the making of this
celebrated brew. It stands today as the standard of other beers, be
cause many years of experience has resulted in this unexcelled brew of
which we write.
Pabst Blue Ribbon
COMPETITORS OFTEN ACKNOWLEDGE ITS SUPREMACY pabst brewing company.
MILWAUKEE. WIS, U. S. A.
Better try it at any first-class bar, then order
a dozen bottles or a case for family use.
Supplied in any Quantity to the
Macfarlane fc Co., Ltd., Distributors
P. O. Box 488
Our Dotllcd nerrs ere the Standard the world over (or Ace, Purity and Strencth.the !
mounting to 18.0u0.000 Dottles a year. Our method ot bottling hecrlt the only and the bcit
wy for the timrlc reason that the betrcoe direct from the catk to the bottle. Our brewery
la the only one In the Untied Mate that conveys the beer direct from the storage cellars
through an undcrcround pipe line to the bottling department, where It la bottled without onc
eelnccJtpoaed to the open air and Ita imruntlea, A recent act of Concrets a'kows us to ope
rate a Pine Line between our Brewery and our bottling ilcute. Tht enablea the Pabat Brew.
Inc Company, the Ufijctt establishment of Its kind in the world, to furnUh the rustle bottled
beer lor family or table use which contains as much natursl life as a Rlaaa drawn from a
frcihly tappeabarrel. When you buy cither kind of PAUST.Ueer, you secure the result of the
highest knowledge in the art of Urewinir, the advantage of rincrt selection of the finest m It
sndhops,andtheunqualififdeuarantee of the PAUST tiREWINO COMPANY OurbrantUi
liavantn. Import. Bohemian, Select and llofbraeu. CAPACITY 1 .ROO.OOp HAKKELS A
VlSAK. PAOST BttCWWQ CO, MLWAVKEff, VV3-, U. S. A.
A IT ft I
OF V. H. I CO.
SAY AUTO TRUCKS WILL SOLVE
"Tlio Packard Motor Car Company1 Not week tho von llnmm-YotiiiE
liim tlio most perfect nrt;iiiil.i(liin of Co opci'tH In li.io contraotR Klgneil
hiiv automobile muiiufnrluior. I'liil lor I lie hulldlliK of their llllo mir.'ico I
llicy aim In modal every purehaser ot which they expect will lie llnlHlii'il i
their earn by a very unique, anil nut- within (ill iIuh In the nieaiilimn a
luractory Bervlco dcpirtmcnt. Their repair depuitmont Iiuk been Hturteil In
mtvIco ilepartmont Is not dependent leniporaiy quartern, anil Ih wnikliiRJ
upon the main faetoiy hut has ulthlu inert hue alteaily. Several nates have !
rfS own proilnro tho inanudu luro. been reporleil, iimniiK them n Hue
em1 lunlulHii.ilU'e of a compl'Un hup- Caillllno r.-piiHM'HRor InuriiiK ear to,
ply of part. lor I'.ick.iril euro ot .ill Mi I. K MiiIhiiiuirii. another Cadillac
models. ThlH department mipplifM tourlni; car to Mr V llamane anil j
ile.ilcrH anil Is almi In a position to. Mill another to Mr S Mn.ii.iku.
hhlp parts illreilly to (he owners on Aiminc other ciiik which were ilc-,
toloRiiiphlc outer. They can fuinlKii llwicil this week was a beautiful
any pait for any I'aikanl car that I'ope-llartfnnl .'.u h. p lo.ulster, which ;
was ever tlllecl. Teli'Kraphlc nnlem was cspeilally onleieil h Mr Then-1
aio lllleil almost Invari.ihly on the ilay ' ilore Cooke It is a ('lull Itoailsler oil
they reach tho factory. ' raey appeaiunce, with whle flarliiR1
I Kiiarils, low hoatH anil rcmovaliln
rillllhlo Kent III the tear which Ilia)
Tho ilt mid on lit v lin.ml of super- ana "i Hie It v ami Ih.' oiitbliiK qub
lnorn I- prrpariiiK to Krapiile with tho urbs im trunk of Hiulii-lPiit rapaclt)
problem of a more satisfactory itndiould Im rit out on regular trips to
speedy ImnillliiK of the KiirbaRO of tile I'ulolo Kalmukl. Wiil.ilae Malum. Will
clt proper anil also the refuse that kiki mill ntlur illstrlils
accumulates lu tlie outlyiiiR Hiihurbi "nur i...-iit ('t.-au-t'p I t dcinoii-
"Auto trucks will prove thw only so- strati-d the success of inntnr-ilrlven
lutioii to this perplexing situation that cIiIi.h i.r tho.. drawn hy horses"
now confronts the municipality," In- The iupMI.ui of a inarkeil improve
slsteil a iiiemhcr of the Immi.1 this iii.miI In the Karhase cnllcctlun service
morning has hem brought to the attention of
"The present plant. cnnsMltiR of less Chairman KiURcr of the health ami
than u iloen horse or mule-.lrlven ve- sanitation i.unmlttee ,of the bonrit
hides, is. a we are painfully aware, KriiKir Im l en Interesting himself In
totally Inadequate to' cover the city la hair r a taller sen lie and an en
let alone the outside illstrlctH larRed scope for the collection of R.ir
'I shall favor the lutrodui tiou of a base Ills .omnilltee Is expected l
resolution to be broiiKht up without come forward at a future inerllnR vvllli
delay, which will cover the necessary some p.rtlii.ut recommendations
cost of a ton or two-ton nolo truck According to sev. nil supervisors who
to lie placcd'at the s.rvlce of the Ho- were sounded on the proposition HiH
nolulii garbage department. morning, tin re are sulllcient funds
"Such a vehicle will possess hiiIII available for Hie purchase of a well
cleut power and speed lo cover a wldocfu!ppu! auto truck .
"Thn von llntnm-YouiiR Cotuiany
has Just received Itifni million from
the Packard factory which is to tho
effect that a new feature is being de
veloped by them which will en.ildo
all Americans travelling In ICuinp' to
hue Packard cars and lour th.it con
tinent In a beautiful I'.ickard "SU "
Tho Packard Company has vviltten re-
R.itillnR tlilH Bervlco as rnllovvi:
"An Installment of 'Slxea' wlil.-h
will llRitre in Iho Packard Motor Car
Company's rental plan has been ship
ped to Kronen Tho cars will Im np
niatPil In connection with the I'.irh
"Tlio announcement of this seivlcc
be replaced with a deik upon which
spare tires can be carried I he cat
is of the front door typo, rIvIiir tlio
pretty stralRht line effect Tho Igni
tion Is of the latest type, consisting
i: it j: :: t: n x :: :: :: :: :s n t: :: tt :t
'lountrles, the car to carry any nuiu
. her of passeuRers iii to six "
1 Molar Trucks (ialnlng.
Ily every mail the von llamin-VoiinR
Co have iccclved Information from
tho Packard Motor Car Company
which shows that the Packard trucks
no favorably known nil over the main
land, arc meeting with tremendous
sales, tho latest news Is that through
has amused Interest because It ofleio iH vn,, York olllce the American II
a convenient avenue of escapu from pi ess Company has ordered ten two
thc numerous petty annojames which tfm purkunl trucks, with tho ptovl
besct Anierlc'iins In Rettlns tlirough H u,at n,Ht lie slilppeil In May
Iho olllclal ted tape of r.'iiopo. liirli This makes III! Packard. liucks In tlio
nutoinobllo Is nianned b n dilver who Ht.,.V,.) i,( ono concern.
Is especially Ualned lor continental ( Hawaiian Inlorohts ni uwakenliiK
Havel. He assumes all responsibility t,0 rct that motor trucks am far
for tho autouiohllo and its nialnto- ,, economical than liorbo drawn
nance, Including tltes. vehicles
"Now ears of tlio current model,1 Last week nno two-ton Packatd
ini.l fuliv eoolooed with ton. wind- tiuck was delivered to tho Kllauea
bhleld, Bpeedoinetor anil trunk, tack, Volcano llimn- Company, anil this
have been set apart for Iho rental , week Iho von llamui-YounR Co am
bervlco. Tlieio is nothing about tho shipping on tho Claiiillne ono of tlio
car or thu chauffeur's appearance to lino threo-ton trucks which has been
distinguish, thu vehicle, from onu prl- puicliuseil b'y tho Hawaiian Coumier
valcly owned, cl.il Sugar Company, to bo used In
"Tho chaigo Is $110.00 o day In (onnectlon with their plniilnllou bus
Franco mid $35.00 a day lu other Incss.
I of dual Ignition with Bosch magneto
;The coil Is a single unit coll, with
I switch places on ono end and provid
ed with lockltiK device Tho truns
I mission Is selective, I speeds forward
and reverse, direct drive on Iho Ith
, Tho car Is further eipilpped with the
, Inlcst typo of flray H Davis electric
.light system, complete with dynamo
and battery II has a chauffeur's seat
on the side of the car, which ndda
I much lo IIk racy appearance
This beautiful car Is at present In
'the H.ilcHionm of the von llaniui
1 Young Company, awaiting tlio arilval
of Mr I ooKo, who ordered the car to
ho leady for him on his return from
col I ego
An tntoroFtliiR letter was received
from the Willys-Overland Co. this
week, telling about Iho experience of
one of the well-known Overland mis
lln revolutionary Mexico
The account of satuo Ih as follows
War hi Aula.
Mexican tehels nio evidently not
averse to using modem means of lo
comotion the automobile for pur
poses of win fare, whenever It booms
feasible to selro n machine and up
ptoprlato It lo their uso, according to
several experiences that have come to
light. Ono of their latest escapades
was tho seizing of an Overland tnad
ster belonging to .1. II Duller, Over
land dealer at Parral, Moxlco. lu
tho fracas Butler also was seized, but
In closing his letter lo the Ovorliind
Company describing conditions In
Mexico, Mr llutler gives thlH Interest
ing hit of news:
"Had conditions been normal In
Mexico, wo would have' sold at leant
150 curs Jliuro tills mmsoii.' '
If such Is Hie experience of ono
American automobile dealer in Mexi
co, It Is leiihonable to believe that on
account of the political condition of
the (ounlry American automobile
mauufat Hirers alone will sustain
heavy losses lu trade, to say nothing
of that falling lo hundreds of other
"MATTY" GETS $1,000
AS PITCHING TEACHER
'larke 1.11111111 -bowed Christy Mat
hew -no bow he au pick up J 11)00 for
hliosi If onu Ii more e.isHy tli.ui by
writing syndlute stories or pitching
pi-.tseasnu ball 111 Cuba. The tip wait
given win u the Washington manager
called on the (Hunts when the Nation
al J.ciiku" .bumplniis were In the cap
ital re. entl)
I ve gul a plii her on my team named
fashion," Mild (Irllllth "Ho has the
sUe. the speed and the stumlnu If
vou can leuili him how to pitch a good
i uue ball, and bow to control It, I'll
give von IIUOO, and think It u bargain,
fur Hits tellow looks tike the raw nui
tcilnl for a great plti her If he doesn't
pi. c to be. I'm going to make an
until. hh-i of llllil And I'll have one
of the last hitters 111 tho league"
Mails expiessed a willingness to try
for tin 1000, but the education process
has mil been started )ct.
The I.oiidim Lord Mayor's fund for
thu benelPi of the Tllmilc sufferers
amounts to IMS, 000.
5 inch bore; 6 inch
with quiet gcan.
ii elliptic rear springs.
39 by 5 inch Tires on
Ventilators in fore
doors an exclusive fea
ture. Nickel and Rlackcnainc!
finish on metal parta.
tourind equipment of
highest quality without
any extra charge.
'CoirJMeace inspiring ability"
THIS phrase adequately ex
presses the impression made
by the Oldsmobilc on its
The fact Hint Inc 'nr is practically emergency-proof;
the fact that wherever you
(jn, you are relieved of nerve strain and
worry by the sheer ability of the car
iuelf, makes Oldsrnobile ownership n
pleasure without flaws or "come-backs."
Such ability cannot be measured by
rated horse-power or a printed list of
specifications, however impressive.
While retaining nil th'j -nanifcsl advan
tages of a long-stroke motor- -such as
the persistent application of power over
varying grades and smoothness of opera
tion the Oldsrnobile will accelerate
under full load; is "quick on its feet" and
marvelously responsive to the throttle.
Von Haram-Young Co., Ltd., Honolulu
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