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HONOLULU STAB-BULLETIN, SATURDAY. APRIL 24, 1913. i r t It ! V, - ... -J- . J- .Oi .T'V- Jl's tiiv 1i take. That'- why p'tipt who know j u-fr REXALL Wine of Cod liver Oil Extract It iif iiiii- lh' f f r i and restorative 'propertie of Norwegian -liver-, with t lit addition of ot Imt Ih'mMIi hiiihliiiL: a:.r'iit-. Kexall W'iiM- of I ml Liver Kx tract i- deijn'd to build v out -1 f 1 1 'r 1 h. improve uir weiirlit. appetite ;nnl ieiiei ;i I ii-all li. rf 1 . m .r ,1tlc. Sohl only by Benson, Smith & Co., Ltd. The Rexall Store Fort and Hotel Sts. Phone 1297 Open Until 11:15 p. m. POPULAR-PRICE 'SIXMSLATEST ADDITION TO FINE CltAUlERS LINE t f Featuring a new motor of a type hitherto ronfintd practically to the highest grade 01 Kuro;ean cars, the newest addition to the Chalmers line, a popular priced six," wa placed on 'xhihition at the salesrooms of the Schuman Carriage Company this i v c-k. The motor of the ne-r f'hatn,ers is of the overhead valve type with cani hhal't at the top of the motor, and valves completely en rinsed and doing away entirely with front end timing ears. This is the type of engine used by gives the car exceptional riding quali ties. Tbos who have see.n and rWdtn in this latest Chalmers are enthusiastic over the df mnnstratlon given and this first car to arrive was sold on the spot to Mr. J. Andrade. and besides this seven! orders have been taken for others io arrive later SAL FRESH MMUJ AUSTRALIAN SMOKED SNAPPER DELICIOUS SEA FOOD Parker Ranch Corn Fed Beef ISLAND LAMB AND PORK THE BEST EVER Years ago. in facl when the Chal mers rem puny was frst organized, it built a valve in head motor, the fa mous Chalmers Since then this type of motor has n-en developed abroad by Piu-h firms as Ielage and Peugeot, untii this perfected type, with the overhead cam-shaft came to the Delage and Peugeot makers in the notice of the Chafmers engineers their racing cars. a year and a half ago. The motor of the new Chalmers is They found the trend of Ki:ro'ian small, but block tests at the factory design swinging strongly to this type showed it capable of developing a ' of motor. They brcught bac k the maximum of ."7 horse-power. A centi- European design, simplified and inv lever rear spring is another interest- proved it. and the result is found in ing feature of the new Chalmers, and. the new Chalmers "six." EIGHT-CYLINDER CADILLAC SETS LOW SPEED MARK ON HIGH GEAR Metropolitan Meat Market PHONE 3445 QSfEMW : eous. Trom 1tf Wmii It "jQht bt.ta--ferred that Otiopathy deal only with the adjustments 'of the bones. This Idea Is erron- - - - :; vh . Muscles, ligaments and various oraaiis are dealt with In regard to position, relation and size. Osteopathy Is not Massage, "but a drugless method of removing , the cause of the disease by careful ? readjustment, .thereby establishing structural harmony. ,1 . DR. F. SCHURMANN . HOURS 8-12 a, m. OFFICE 175 Beretanla cor. Union. 2-5 p. m.. , 1 PHONE 17?3. V ; y PHONE 2295 BCA0HE3 EractscovPecIr Co., Xtd. ; ALL KINDS OF ROCK AND SAND FOR CONCRETE WORK. J - : FIREWOOD AND COAL M ' M QUEEN STREET. P. O. BOX 212 Since the introduction of the Cadil; lac Flight, motorists have heard much about the continuous flow of power produced by the eight-cylinder en gine; and a recent test demonstrates unmistakably the great flexibility of the latest Cadillac motor. This took place in Seattle, Wash., and was conducted by M. S. Brigham, of that city, with a Cadiliac carrying fiv3 passengers, three of whom were designated observers. For a distance of 1211 feet, on a level pavement, the Cadillac in high gear averaged a speed of 1.86 miles per hour. At times the speedometer registered as low. as one mile, flue tuiline between that mark and two miles per hour over the entire dls tarce. After the car had been throt tled down, the driver left bis seat and for an entire block walked backward in front of the slow-moving Cadillac, which pursued its way without atten tion to throttle or steering wheel. The time consumed in making the distance of 1211 feet was X minutes 8 3-5 seconds by the stop watch held by one of the observers. This is said to be a new low mark for a motor car traveling In high gear. Following this, and still carrying five passengers, who weighed a total of tOO pounds, the car was driven on high gear up a grade of 8.9 per cent for four blocks. The start was made at 7 miles per hour and the throttle was manipulated so that the speed was reduced to 5 miles per hour be fore the end of the grade was reach ed. The progress up the hill was so slow that the sixth man of the party was able to walk at a leisurely pace ahead of the car. TRENTTISrS SUMMARY GIVES HOUSE HISTORY A comprehensive and attractive summary of the varied activities of the Trent Trust company is contained ia 4b current historical and service nymber of "TrenTrusTics, which came from the press this week. .The publication, attractively print ed on paper of fine quality, is well illustrated with cuts of officials of the company, and of homes in the Makiki and Manoa districts, which the com pany has done much toward develop ing. The bistorical section cites the growth of the corporation, which now has resources valued at $301, 849.12, as against total assets of about $66,000 eight years ago at the time of incorporation. The trust, investment, real estate, renting, building and loan, safe deposit and insurance depart ments are all given space in the publication. A recent order of the secretary of agriculture prohibits ' the importation of corn from Java and India because of corn pests. . .Like to me ; AMID THE ACME OF NATURAL ENVIRONMENTS, YET CONVENIENTLY NEAR THE CENTER OF ALL LOCAL ACTIVITIES, IF YOU THOUGHT YOU COULD AFFORD if? 'If you feel that in order to purchase a lot-affording such advantages, it would . not leave you in a position to do justice to your home, you should investigate ill , w ti r-rx : - : CHINA THINKING OF DEVELOPING SUGAR INDUSTRY Not only is there a demand here for up-to-date equipment for the manu facture of sugar but influential Chi neae who are interested in the sugar industry desire ' to reorganize the whole system. They propose to im prove the methods of cultivation and to obtain sugar-cane seeds or cuttings from -the United States or the East Indies, so that a better quality of cane may be produced. Complete Factory Desired. The promoters- of the sugar-refining scheme are prepared to do business on a large scale. They have already collected $158,000 United States cur rency, and are-' prepared to raise $236,000 more if necessary. They wish to obtain a complete factory that can produce more than 30 tons a day Enough sugar cane Is already grown to keep such a mill in operation. Al together there are about 48 sugar dis tricts in Szechwan, the most import ant of which are Chienyang, Tzeyang, Tzechow and Neichiang. Chienyang and Tzeyang alone are said to produce about 40,000,000 pounds of sugar a year, and it is estimated that five times this quantity is produced in Tzechow and Neichiang. The fact that sugar cane in these district is cultivated, for the most part, along the river banks greatly simplifies transportation. A glance at the map of Szechwan will show the advantages of having a sugar factory at Neichi ang. The important districts of Tze chow and Tzeyang, as well as several other sugar-producing centers, lie di rectly to the north on the same river, which is easily navigable for small boats.' Moreover, the establishment of a sugar factory would bring other districts under cultivation. The su gar producers are confident that a i large and complete factory would jus tify the expense. It offers advantages which are unexcelled. The superb natural environments, notwithstanding the reasonable prices, enable the erection and furnishing of a love ly home without "spenng a fortune" for the lot. , You can' only come to the fullest realization of its many charms and virtues by a )ersonal visit, followed by investigation. SEEING IS BELIEVING RUN OUT TOMORROW. . EVERYTHING TO BE DESIRED AS A HOME SITE Conveniently out of the city's din. Pure, bracing mountain air. Perfectly drained, low price of projwrty leaves more for the home. Houlevards a pleasmo tourlrive over. A thrill at every turn. FULL ACRES AT $1000 TO $1250. HALF ACRES FOR $500 AND $600 TERMS IF DESIRED. Phone 21I and let us show you over the tract, or take Manoa car line to this beautiful suhdi vision. Qhi&iriles So Oesky Phone 2161 Fort near Merchant COMMERCIAL NOTES Thirty-three bomes have been built on the Mcfnernv tract since the tract Jwas placed on the realty market sev eral months ago, according to Charles S. Desky. Architect H. L. Kerr has completed plans for the memorial which A. A. Young will erect at Leahi Home in memory of his father, the late Alex ander Young. The memorial will be in the form of a model sanitarium and will cost about $12,(w. It was Mrs. Alexander Young's intention to erect the memorial, but she died before her plans could be carried out. Governor Pinkham signed the fol lowing homestead agreements, trans fers and sale documents Tuesday: Special Homestead Agreements No. 1107. ManUel R. Aguiar, Jr.. for lot No. 16S. Kapaa. Kauai; No. 1'198, Johnny S. Raposo, for lot No. 170, Ka paa, Kauai; No. 1200, Frederick C. Miller, lots Nos. 104 and Lualua lei, Waianae, Oahu. Transfers W. L. Howard to Jose C. Souza, trustee, lot No. 2. block 20, Auwaiolimu, Honolulu; W. F. Wilson to Caroline G. Silva, lot .1, block 17, Auwaiolimu. Honolulu. Special Sale Agreement No. 32.". Tnng Kau. lot No. 8. Halekou-Wnika-luskai. Krmeohe, Koolaupoko. Oahu. The biggest automobile value ever offered for less than $1000. A powerful, fast, alien? and sweet running full-grown 5-p&jenger, really beautiful and fully equipped family automobile. High tension magneto, sliding gear transmission, left hand center control, anti-skid tires on rear, full stream-line body. The car that has practically every high priced car feature. The car that is the sensation of the whole automobile world. Holds the road at 50 miles an hour. With electric starter and electric lights $55 extra ii iim if A Faucet You Want One that will not leak, or et out of order, one that will be a pleasure and a com fort to you. You will 1m relieved of the petty annoyances which have troubled you for years, if You Use This Faucet CALL AND SEE THEM. YOU'LL LIKE THEM. James Nott, Jr. Old Sachs lock, Beretania near Fort St. Telephone 25f)( vT tours Yesterday is Dead! Forget It! TOMORROW DOESN'T EXIST DON'T WORRY! TODAY IS HERE USE IT! We want you to know us better and we want to know you better. WRITE PHONE CALL. OUR SERVICE IS YOUR SERVICE ANY TIME ANY WAY ANYWHER E We arrange trips and excursion of every description. PARADISE TOURS CO. Aldrirh. Hall & Warner Union and Hotel Sts.