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' 15VEN1NU BULLETIN, HONOLULU T II., TUESDAY, JAN. 21, 1908.
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"yP HAVE JUST RECEIVED another shipment of these well known
engines and can furnish jnst what you require to run Feed
Cutters, Wood Saws, Pumps, or mashinevy of any sort. If you are
needing an engine to run a Rock Crusher, a Hoister, an Electric light
Plant, or do big Pumping, call on ui and get our figures. Wc carry in
stock a large assortment of spare pa its and have experienced workmen
who can repair Otto or any other make of Gas Engines. Give us a call
when you want an Engine or any repairs made to the one you now have.
E. O- Hall & Son, L-td.
Cold Weather Clothes
Prices the very lowest.
YEE CHAN & CO.,
Cor. Bethel & King Sis.
SEEN IN AN AUTO RIDE FOR
$5.00 an Hour
Just call 290 on the 'phone and ask fcr QUINN.
Remedies Just To Hand
OUR MEDICATED SOFT SOAP
For prevention of skin diseases in all Animals use twice a weok.
As a cure for mange and the destruction of insect life, as an antiseptic
for Pu Pu, and the cleansing of wounds it is unsurpassed.
OBTAINABLE AT LEADING DRUGGISTS.
Ring Up isgg. JllIiOBllE
482 I fl&l1! $5'
. T, SlllVJ wW m M m
REPAIRED AND CARED FOR
in up-to-date style at
The von Hamm-Young
Alakea St. Phone 200.
at the automobiles, buggies and car
riages we have recently overhauled
THEN SEE US.
W, W. Wright Co,.
Zing Street near South
Some of the biggest
jewelry snaps ever of
fered in Honolulu may
be obtained of
1018 NUUANU NEAR KING
silk, cotton, and flannel; light
suitable for all seasons
and all people. Every
weight and kind.
xvtn Attjvwvvusiivuvuvutrjirj-'- 'vuuvuuuwu.V
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will preserve nd set off pic
tures of all kinds. We have
ALL KINDS oval, square,
round; gold-plate, silver, cop
per.' ALL SIZES - stamp-picture
to cabinet size; single,
double, and triple frames.
ALL PRICES from 35c
Fancy and Plain Designs.
Bring your picture in.
Honolulu Photo '
Everything Photographio "
OF ALL KINDS.
DEALERS IN LUMBER.
ALLEN & ROBINSON.
Queen Street :: :: :: Honolulu.
Tho Weekly Edition ot the Evening
Bulletin Qlves a complnte summary of
the news of the clay.
Official Log Of The
Perfect-Score Car Buick
Being The True Experiences
In The Endurance Run
Of One Car
It wiih exactly tvelc minutes alt
er ele'cn when wc ioccled the sls
nal from Starter I'nttcn to ro, niiil
Frank Dillon swung out mound tho
(:iltol building In Ills big Ilulclt car,
iiitompanied by Coinp Schocnlng, as
mechanic, Jerry Cocker, as passen
ger, mill the writer as ofilclal observ
ci Down Ilerctilnl.i sliect to Nuu
nnti we glided lit n moderate speed.
"No stops now," ci led Frank, and
wo nil laughed.
At 11.20 wo pasted .lord.in, Ink
ing things easily Dillon mado up
his mind to go as fast us posslhlo
until wc nca red tho llrst stopping
place, so that If wo should happen to
puncture n tire or liac any other
tumble, wo would still hne plenty
of leeway In which to make KnhuKu
In the required time, l'lvo miles up
the I'all road Dillon etinnged the
gears on the car us wc were looping
tho loop. .lust bo j imil hero wo paus
ed the IiuihIi of "Mils" In tho l'oul
iiinabout The) had not entered tho
run, but were just out for n laiL. It
was hot when wc left Honolulu, but
(he farther up the Pall load wo
went, the cooler became the air. Tho
wind was blowing hard, too, and It
held the car back.
At ll'IO wc caught sight of Mc-
Clnutl a shoit distance ahead, and so
coionc took water. Two minutes
nunc wis were at tho top of tho l'all,
ml the most wonderful vlow In tho
woild was spread out before us.
Looking fnr down the valley beneath
ml following with our ccs tho
winding load we were nblo to make
out one nutomolillc, like, a spider In
tho distance, apparently 'crawling
along Down tho steep Incllno wo
ew, nnil someone chanced tho re-
mnrk that It would be "Ta! Ta!" for
us If control of the car was lost.
Past a' Iiiililcums Chinaman, hog
ging his horso li tho neck to one
sldo of tlio ro.ul, piist n gang of Japs
with their coats off, aiouml curve
and down Inclines, until, at exactly
11:49, wo reached tho foot ot tho
l'all. Quinn whs just ahead of us
on the smooth hiuiI Wo switched
niouii'l n benif In the load, and two
huh were In sight.
"Aloha!" (.limited tho Hawallaus
to in as wo sped past, and wo waved
our arms, shouted, and woro gone.
At 12 o'clock snarp wc entered the
llrst hamlet, and on tho fnr sldo caniu
upon poor, unlucky McCIouJ stuck
on a little hill. Ho had tried to
chango his gear, and It hud refused
to work. Wo yelled "Hard luck,
Mac," but wo (ouldn't affoid to slop
,im offer aid,
It wiih pretty good ruituing for a
while, and in ,i cry sholt space of
llino wo were down by tho side of
tho old I'aclllc. Of comso It was
only a little stretch of beach that
served for a fo.ul, but t:io ocean lap
ped tho edges and Dillon took a llttlo
filer Into It "Just for luck." At six
minutes after twelve wo scooted
across n bumpy little road separating
tho rlco-llekls, whoro tho long-legged
Chinamen stopped In their nnul
scrnplng and water-training In
watch us fly by. A llttlo later wo
sighted a machine behind, which wo
THREE NIGHTS, BEGINNING
MONDAY, JAN. 20,
"LEND ME YOUR WIFE"
Trick Bicycle Riders. '
BEGINNING THURSDAY, JAN. 23,
"UNDER SEALED ORDERS"
25, 35 and 50c
WEDNESDAY nnd SATURDAY.
ADMISSION 20 CENTS
took to be, mid .is It Liter proved to
be, the White steamer tlrhcn by
King."" Along the Heela beach wo
I an agnln by the sldo of tho ocean,
this time, howccr, there was barely
road-room. The Utile sea-animals,
commonly called Portuguese men-o-war
wero snnimlnir nnd crncktlnc
'Iniln. ,l.n ,1. .. .. tl.n ..... .....
im.iui iiiu uira in inu uu.rvj ma
chine. At twelve minutes after
twcho wo came up closo to ()iilnn.
Tho first hour of the trip was gone.
Tho big While steamer canio up
behind us along heio mid Dillon
turned nsldo to let It pass. Walkane
was the next town that wo passed,
nnd as wo came out on the fnr sldo
vo almost ran oer Dr. I'rntt, wno
beenmo nngrj and shot at us with
Tho car hnd been behaving splen
didly all tho tilp, and wc wero feel
ing jubilant. The engines chugged
away gleefully, and It looked as It
nothing could stop us until wo
l cached the first checklng-ln place.
It Is tho unexpected that nlwajs hap
pens, nnd that rulo mado no excep
tion with rogaid to us.
Wo were Just crossing n little
jbrldgo when Crack! Slss! Doom!
tho left hind tire sank fiat. It was
no time until (hose lads, Dillon and
' Conip" Schocnlng, wero out on tn
ground, lying on their backs, repair
ing. And they came pretty near
breaking a record for fast work, too.
Twelve minutes was all tho tlnio 11
took to fix a mean and nasty blow
out (Julnn, and Jordan both passed
us whllo .we. wero at work. Of
courso, wo would noer hao had tho
tire repaired so quickly bad It not
been for tho noble work of Jerry at
At 12:B3 wo woro again on the
io.ul. In our proper place this time,
so wo had lost nothing by the stop.
On nnd on spc. the Hut4, past the
Kaliaua beach, past tho Koolau rail-
load, past Puiijiluu, past tho country
homes of J. 11, Castlo and J I'. Cooke,
past the Mormon settlement with Its
long stretches of canc-flclds, on
and on, until wo finally pulled Into
Kaliuku nnd wero checked In by U
U. Kinney at 1:47.
At four minutes to two wo pulled
out again, with Lewis ill his run
about Just ahead. A train of the
Koolau railroad How past and thoy
gavo us the ofilclal saluto of toots.
Next came tlfo Reform School, whoro
they tried to dump tho writer off.
Nothing doing. Along tho sea again
we inn, anil a beautiful bc.i and suit
It was. Tho waves beat In against
tho locks, hurling spray high In tho
ulr. Two-thirty, dead boldler. Two-thlrtj-lho,
along tho ne.i and Wnl-
i .ilea rocks.
I "Hermit .Inck's" palatial resldcnco
as tho point of Interest tha't to left
behind, and just hejind this another
tialn, four coacbc3 long, ji.isscd us
going In tho samo direction Wo
j lldn't daro rued for fear ot an aicl
, dent Tho rest of tho Journey to
I llalolv.'a was clear sailing. There
I weio tnree tars aneau or us ana two
iiiuio in Higiu uciiiiiu. we urriveti ai
tho hotel at 2:&!, and still hail oil,
TOMilino, and water to burn.
DINNKIt HKItk,! NUK SHD.
Learned that J. D. Kennedy han
lind a smnsh-up with his big Win-
ton llioko front axlo In two places.
Haul luck. Left Halolwa at 4:1b.
Hole's n ilddlo. Hawallaus have
dogs. .Dogs balk at automobiles,
l'oor ilogglo! Guess tho answer.
Tho rest of tho trip was some
gland spceillng-up. Wo went past
ltoscoo I'orklns with his big camera
so fust that ho's a good specdor him
self If ho got our pictures. Tlicio
isn't much uso describing tho rest of
the Journoy. It was up-hill and
down, and , all ot them at top
ipeed, tho rest of tho way (n Fi
nally Honolulu was Sighted, and wo
Jiot down tho atrcots as fast as dis
cretion nnd the policemen would let
us, pulling In at the von Ilamm
Voting garago in nil kinds ot time,
end with a porfect score.
tt :: a
Tho Do ml of C.inernms of tho
Automobile Club yestcrdaj confirmed
tho following cars as havlni; perfect
I! I King, Whlto nteanior, r, II
Low Is, Kianklln; Tnink Dillon,
WHITNEY and MARSH
IS NOW ON
Our entire line of Lingerie, Lawn,
Linen, Jap Silk in black and white,
Peau-de-Soie and Taffeta will be
offered at greatly -Reduced Prices.
Sizes 32 to 44
Here it is a car without battery or spark plugs. No
trouble, no breaking down. Want to see it? It's the
1908 Studefaakea? Car
on exhibition at our show-rooms. The STUDEBAKER
CAR, Model H, is a four-cylinder, vertical, water-cooled
motor, with all the superior points of the highest-priced
The ignition is by imported Simms-Bosch low-tension
magneto, with AUTOMATIC MAKE and BREAK SPARK.
THE CAR RUNS ABSOLUTELY WITHOUT NOISE.
SCHUMAN CARRIAGE CO., LTD.,
Merchant St., between Alakea and Fort
Ilulck, James Qiilnn, Uulck; and S. It.
Tho Honolulu Gun Club Is making
preparations for somo great shooting
to bo pulled off In tho near future.
Tho annual shoot, the big affair of
tho season in shotgun .mil llflo cir
cles, will ho held as usual on Wash
ington's birthday. Dr. Call, formci
ly of tho revenuo cutter Manning,
mil who won tho linndlinp shoots
hero twleo for tho challenge cup, Is
here, and he piomlsc.4 to put up a
?tioug light again this J ear.
A Imgo and enthusiastic gather
ing of D.irr.uq agents, drawn from
nil n.11,11 tern of tho Urlllsh Isles, met
r.t the Cafe Hoynl, London, during thx
Obinpla Show, to p.utlclpato In tho
t'limtnl Dari.uq dinner given by A.
U.trmcq & Co., Ltd. Tho famous lln
gllsh motorist. Captain Itawlnson, pio
sided, and was assisted In tho capaclt
of host by Huntley Walker. Tho oc
Cotton, Union and All-Wool
from 75c upwards a pair
Full-Sized Comforters,$2.50 to $4
Honeycomb and Marseilles
Spreads, from $1.20 to $4.75 ea.
L. B. Kern &; Co.,
casion was marked by tho cry evi
dent cordiality and good feeling
which exists between tho company
and Its rcprescntathes.
TO REDUILD CLIFF HOUSE.
As soon ns tho Supoilor Couit pel
mils Lmnia L. 'Men III, executilx of
tho Ratio estalo, to start work on
clearing the site ot tho old Cliff
Hoiieo tho new ono will begin, sajs
tho S T Chionlolo. Tho fourth struc
ture, by Hie same nnnio, on tho same
site, will letiun'to tho unpretentious
l'css of tho second, rather than follow
tho lines of the third It h proflheit
that tho now Cliff House will have
the comforlK of tlio older structures
Di. Mciiilt asks for permission to
ipeml $10,000 In preiiaialoiy wink
Tho "insurance collected, $50,000, and
another $25,000 will ho spend on the
"So j on mo going to study the the
ory of music," wild Mabel's father
' Yes." "Well, 1 hope that the theory
will ho better than tho practice."
HO PROPERTY IN HONOLULU has
the prospective value of
if you buy it right.
I HAVE A VERY BIG BARGAIN
A seven-roomed HOUSE and large
LOT a little past the
on the main Waikiki road.
Always rented will make a cood
JAS. F. MORGAN,
Cottngo, with medern Improvements;
Unima Squan, adjoining tho resl
dcnco of ,1ns. K. Morgan; rout $25
per mouth. ,
JAS. F. MORGAN,
It will build you up
CHAMBERS DRUG CO.,
FOR. FORT AND KING STS.
1 PHONE 131.
NO HOSE NEEDED AND IT WILL
LAST A LIFETIME.
Fort Street, near Hote
WE ARE AGENTS FOR
Winton Touring Car
I'ho Finest Cars Ever Seen in Hono
x lulu. Call and Sec Them.
MERCHANT ST. PHONE 388.
EASY RIDING, LOWEST RATES
J. A. MoLEOD,
Ha3 a six-cylinder Ruick on call at
all hours and at lowest rates. Tele
phone 715. The popular nuto for
m. Phillips & Co.
Wholesale importer ind Jobbers
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