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" 10 r, "jwin I'M r.VBNISO nUU.RTIN. HONOLULU. T H . SATURDAY, SEPT 3. 1010. .
tlit events In which It enteied. nml
bent tly time of the Vntiderbllt cup
rni or. Ih Mill holding the public nt
itpntloii The 1911 car. which will
i lie out cuino time In dctnliur, Is go
l lug to he one if the sensations of
I In' automobile season In nililltlun
In the lnrs'i moliir. the 1911 l'rtpe
llnitfoiil' y luie n four speed
trnnrinlrsUiir ami n great inniiv lin
lruvtinv:ita aiul refinements It will
i,j no ilouht cniillnuu to hold tho ottvl-
ulilu pin It has occupied In Itawall
The von llamm-Young company ,lini m lib reiu n to II m ium
lias lust received the 1911 nil i rhfc tiitlllav Tteer i the run
xouncetne'ntB of the llaker Motor - mmli u unt number if iiuto
liltle. Company. The linker people mobile expem wlm leienth letuiu
'.-were the first to manufacture the ed Hum the ni.ilnl.niil hiiw tin Till
,ow famous bevel-ahnft drive. lu Cmllll.ii demom-hatlng ram In .4ni agents, the win
.their 1911 announcement they state rranclsco unci lepnii gaum to ho p.iuy.
(that the 1910 cars have been found I minder Aicmd'iig tn Iheli- stale i i
bo satisfactory that very few ineiits, the 1911 Cadillac I ni all the jl'in Selium.in garage sold un
changes or betterments would be. essentials uf a $:inuii i u, nml loii-i.M. 1. nr to llnscg.iwa, of liana,
embodied In the 1911 models The slderlng the enviable temrtl of the! 'Maul, and that unlet little village
'main Change will be lu regard to, Cadlllni s moiiui? ral upkeep. It will hne nn iippiirtuull) of reelng
Strnllnif. .Immluts "lllitliii-t
Ilimril. Mhlch Mill Kurnl.ii
SAN FRANCISCO, Acs
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(the brakes. For 1911 the will do I should proe niu of the biggest nt- one of the most popular tars lu ne
nw.ly with the armature shaft brake, tractions dm Inn the loinlng season. ! Hon on the Vulle Island,
nnil supply Instead two expanding Ulurlng "'e n,,uk the w" Hmum Amither Maul man. .1. 11. Allien.
rliigB In drums, these to be oper-. Young lompani delivered n fnillllaei went In for n I.ouiniolille, nml he
loted In connection with a drum on touring nr to .Indue A l'err. ami , s HI me the fine car lu the rem
each ex- liiMikeil unollKr order to arrive for
operated lnde-!n prominent limine. man.
business. The IHomoblle Is a beau
tlful nun blue and it will bo the
hlghesl-pil eil un- used tn the lent
each .of the rear wheels,
ponding ring being
pendently of the other b) mean of , TIl well-known, high cliisi Ste
foot lever, these levers being located I vens-lure.i dues not lark admlreis business on Maul.
In the bottom of the car In the same -n,,, )at,.8t mrehneer uf a car of tills1 The Mil hells are fifing strong.
position as the present levers make is Ollburt . I. Waller, who pur- also, and the new model cars
The electric car Is getting to be chased of the
a great favorite In Honolulu. It Is
the Ideal car for ladles to use when
shopping and calling. A number of
.prominent society people have late
ly purchased Electrics from the von
'llamtn.Young company, the latest
order being booked this week fm
one of the beautiful llaker Queen
iVfctorla Electrics for Alfred I,.
' The von Hamm-Young compan
lu the pist, several ordeis having lector of Customs btrutlon iieuled n
iilrc.utv been booked bv the local, sensation In the,' Customs llnu.e l
ll.tnitu-Youug ium promulgating; a now order, nlilo'i tuny
rpwiluMunlrv (he management i r tli.it,
branch of the Federal service lie
nntinunced tho appolntinvul of u " (ini
mlttio gtliJsliiess methods" In the
customs service nt the port of Sal)
Francisco. , i
U'lmiel . lleatl, head of special
ngents In this city,. Is chalrmnn of tho
new loiuinttl'eu Other ineuibcrs are
Harry A Fu'riner, ehlif clerk In the!
customs department, Charles A.
Stephens, chief boarding olllcer; C. J. '
Kvnns of the nppralsers' department,'
and Charles T Cook of the biirveyor's
department. These gentlemen, who
are nil emploves of the Customs
House, lire selected from the principal '
are departments In the Kcrvlce
Their duties, us explained In n let
tcr to Hani, Is to give their to-opera-tlvn
udvlcu to tho collector and to give
nsslslnnco to the mlmlnlstrulloii They
''"".iv-'iiVj "u '
von llainni-Young1 betomlng great favorites every-
cumpanv n beautiful Slveiis.)ur.vea where. A. C: Aubrey of Ilauitla
runuboilt. J Hotel bought u Mltdiell, ami he will
,11 ..t iim.ui i,na i, non in future taite a lot r people to anu
. . .. ii .. urn avnun nil in uiiauniii u uuu in u nifii
occasioned 1, .he .ate nnnounce-! from ni ... . u na , ,, ; - " " . - ,,;,:
iiienl of the Over and loninany. """ "u'K """i ku uimniu ".-...-. "'"-. ..-.
which Is puttliiB on the market u ' lelainl before teaching Hauttla.
runabout and touring en with three j Another shipment of Mllrhel'a Is
speed (.elective tvpe trntisnilssloii for on tlio tun, and Hie deni.ind for
$llir.. In hiding the innglieto AJthcse cars Is growing fust. The
jiaitond of thene new type Ovei lauds' popular I! M I' Is being mid all
has lust left the fnctorv unit Is ex-! the time, mid the fnctor.v can not
Tiro'idetil ys'cn of burial. The method being adopted everywhere thronihout the civilized
world. Amoved by the Hawaiian Board -of Health.
For Full P'nrticnlars Inquire of
The Townsend Undertaking Co., Ltd.,
who have added to their business a Wholesale Department of all Undertaking Qoods. Mail
nnd Telephone Orders promptly attended to. Send for full particulars, Helow'are samples of
has- lately Installed n fine electric peitid In the von Hnmtii-Young; kiep pae with the itetnaiui mere
charging plant, nnd Is now able to compato's snlisrooms the latter patlare a great number of lheo tun
tnUn mm nf the charcliuc of electric nf Sentmber I chines all over the group nnd there
Icars at a very nominal rnte. I All()ther lovv-pt lcc.1 car which Is ' Uauil ' ""'"'t wl",'' ' l: -M
The Packard factory reports nn alvvns in the publle ei Is the j ' " not be seen.
ever-Increasing business for the Hulek. Tor 1911 the llulek com-!
epiendtd Packard cars. Orders re- papy will turn nut a runabout with' The Associated garage sold nn
pelved to date for 1911 carB by the three-speed transmission, i vllinleis other IIiiiIhiii "lank" nr to Dr.
factory already exceed those of 1910 j xl, developing In ivveoti twcuilj llvel Ditrnev of Kahukii, nnd the car Is
toy C7 per cent., though 1910 was and thlrt horsepower, the car to1 finely adnplnl for the long runs that
Ithelr banner year. cost J1000 nt the factor) A I rend j the inedlio lias to inake at times,
The Packard has cnptlvnted tlio n number of ordeni for theso nrs The tank tarries n large amount of
iTionnliilu automobile world as much have been placed However, thode .gasoline, mid Hint Is n great thing
proved and also tho etnploment of
The committee Is nsVed to make
recomtii"tidatlons both to the collector '
and to tho heads of the departments !
Collector Rtratton says that tlio new
method has beon recommended to hlin
mid that It meets with his approval us
, being lor the Lest Intcieits of the rer-
as It has In large cities of the main
Sand. Hardly a week goes by with
out an order or two for Packards
Hieing plnced by the local agents.
lAmone the latest converts to the
niand for this tvpe of car Is so great i to hnve plent of. ,
in the Hast, that the Until ugents The Associated gnrnge has n fine,
will not receive their llrst carload . supplj of sundries, and every boat
of same ns enrlv ns nntli Ipatcd. brings some addition to the sto"k.
During the week a llulek run-, The monoplex horn Is n new Idea
(Packard Is A. Lewis Jr.. who Is now nbout with, planetary typo transmit- that has been taken to lij the firm.
the proud possessor of a fine flye-jalon was shipped by the. von llamni-1 Otliei neoesinry supplies aro nlvvnjs
passenger Packard phaeton. A. W.iYoiiug' cumpany to C. II. Jennings' In tiock, nnd a big business Is done
iCarter, who left last week for a oY Koloa, Knual. J In these lines,
lengthy visit to' the mainland, dls- One of the most talked-of cars In The Chalmers machines aro being
riposd of his Packard car through San Francisco todnv Is the Pope- ordered rapidly, nnd tho 1911 mod
ttiA von Hamm-Young company nnd Hartford The splendid showing els aro snld to be beautiful sped-
this' ordered a new 1911 Packard made nt the I'oilola festival, nt mens of the nit of building nutos.
vihaeton which will be delivered to which the I'opo Hartford won nil More power Is delivered to the renr
The following wireless niessngo has
been tecelved by tho ugeuts from the
S H. Sierra.
"S S Sierra, At Sea, September L
1910 8 p. tn. 8GS miles from Hono
lulu Strong head winds and sea;
dark gloomy weather with freiueut
rain squalls; barometer 30 SI, nlr 07."
Black Cloth CasRcts, nicely trimmed, - -
With outside box ready for shipment or delivery
Coffins, full sized, - $'!0, $20, and upwards
According to finish .
69 Beretania Street
Automatic Telephone 1325 ,
AFRICA WANT8 8EED3
OF DURDANK RHUDARB
Cr'mcon Vtrlety Crows Where All
Other Kinds Have Been a Failure.
Weekly II u 1 1 ct I u $1 per tear.
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SANTA UOSA, August 13. For off
Africa has nsko.l I.tilher lliirbank for
n big supply of tho seed of the lliir
bank giant crimson winter rhubarb.
Tho request Is from tho British gov
wheels than any other car of the
same Blie, nnd tho cylinders of the c,,nnult thtoiiRh Its chief forester In
r.n moe type are very successful. Afrcn, f. year ngo some of lliirbnnk's
The remains of the Dorrls car crimson ilmliarli was scut to Africt
which was burnt up down tho conn- ,, endeavor to bio If It would
try the other day nro to be seen nt tKiurlsli llicic. where nil other rhubirbi
the Assoclnted garngo. The engine refused to gtow Tho result wns sat
wns not injured but the body of isfactory, and now has como an order
the enr ! 'lestrocd for a greater supply, which Is to bo
dlrtt United by tho British govern
ment Accompanying Ihe reo.uest for tho
seed camo a letter from the African
chief foreater complimenting lliirbank
nn his greal work In the creation of
fruit, flowers and vegetables. Durban
sas that the crimson rhubarb Is
flourishing In Japan, China. Chile and
other far awnv places,
llui bank's great display at the 8a
hastopol apple fair last week attract
ed much attention.
Consldcrublo anxiety Is felt, fo
Captain Scott's Antarctic expedition'
ship, the Terra Nova, now sixteen'
days overdue at Cnpo Town. The
vessel has not been spoken since she
left Madeira on June 11,
Chalmer "30" Touring Car $1500
USUcl. wkMlb.it 34 Inch whttU
Will curr kvm U piU comlaft under ll cotdlilot
kM iflBiinrnca sna mio miatt ea trest
ua ftl fit
Touring Car, $2750,
lactudtnl Bock mBtlo, I 1mm, i Tilth
O LIU Tk. 12 lack b.tl bM, MUcb wk.J.
Kf a psuisicr cpcliriw tmiiltfr tm iw. usa
Announcement of 1911 Models
N announcing the Chalmers models or 1911, the most noteworthy fict is that in all vital
fearurcj they remain the, same as tne cars tint nave createa worm s recorai tor cmciency,
endurance and speed such as vvinninc the Indiana and Massapequa trophies blazinc
the way from Denver to Mexico City and mapping the path for the Glidden Tour of 1910.
Trade papers last year gave the Chalmers the title of "Champion Cars."
The best evidence of Chalmers merit, how ever, is not the trophies won in tests of all kinds,
but thousands of satisfied users, the majority of whom have the means to purchase cars of
Look over the list of automobile bujetj in your own community and see if this statement
is not true. Talk to some of the Chalmers owners; their enthusiasm will prove our claims.
In general, the greatest improvement on the 1911 Chalmers consists in refinement
of detail, like the artist's final touch to the masterpiece. Lines have been beautified in body and
fender, so that viewed from any angle no car, whether jt costs $5,000 or more, affords more
eye-delight than the Chalmers.
In detail the curves just back of the tonneau doors have been straightened out, mak
ing the low, rakish, straight-lined bodies which every maker strives so hard to obtain. The
seats have been Towered, adding materially to the riding comfort.
The tomicaus of both "30" and 'Tony" hav e been made longer and w ider. The fenders
have been changed slightly, adding to the graceful appearance of the car and at the same time
affording greater protection from water and mud.
The angle of the steering post has been changed slightly so as to allow more space beV
twecn steering wheel and driving seat.
The brackets supporting the running boards are fastened inside the frame, making the
exterior of the car appear perfectly smooth.
The battery box has been placed under the rear floor and a tool box big enough to hold
pump placed on the left running board, a change that every driver will praise,
Js'ew style carburetors are used on both motors and their economy and uniformity ol
operation under all conditions will surprise ever' buyer,
On the "30" we furnish a Ilosch magneto, btg new-style gas lamps, I'rest-O-Lite tank and
a special Chalmers top all for $200 additional.
As in former years, the Chalmers principle is not to make as many cars as possible, but to
make them as good as possible. Chalmers cars are built on a miahty, not a auantitv basis.
We regret that we could not furnish cars uf the 1910 models for all who wanted them. W i
fear that some may have been offended at being told, they could not get the cats they wanted : fl'
It is sometimes harder to tell a man he can't have a thing than to show him why he ought to J'
have it. -i
We would hire to take care of ever) one who wants a Chalmers car, and yet it is not out
ambition to build cars in very large quantities; hence wV would advise you to place'youf.
otder earl), v
Deliveries to customers begin August 1st. .
Call at our show rooms fur further particulars, and ilcniomtrations.
Davis Takes Ove'f'ha.ce
On Hotel Street Run.
Clarcnco Cooke was In the chair at
tho meeting of the,. Liquor Commts
elon yesterday afternoon when the re
gular resslon opened at four o'clock.
M. Nakamura'a application for sa
loon ll'ceiiBO nt , Walpahu brought
forth a general protest from- 59 resi
dents of Valpahu who stated that no
more saloons woro needed there.
The same protest applied by the ap
plication of Ota and others who also
ask for a salobn Ifcense at Walp'ili'u.
On account of the1 protests p6t)t
these implications were denied.
J. Dlas uska, transfer of his llrens
t Walpahu Exchange to J. Mom,
vl. Douthltt appeared in (his case
nd addressed the board. This license
as asked transferred as Dlas woo
ot making a success of the business
ml there was a large amount of hw
ey duo creditors which could be paid
i a few months If the business was
in In, a businesslike manner. The
latter was put over unfit the next
Bequest for the transfer of Fashion
Saloon from Jack, Bcully to Dick Di
Is was next fakeh up and Davis In
ddresslng the board said be would
' tve up to all the regulations of the
The board approved the transfer
nd Davis receives congratulations of
'q'uor mcii am! others who were wolf
ing outeldo when tho -decision of the
board was announced by Inspector
Fennel. j -,
Other matters taken up were the
.ippllcatlon of James Lemon for a
Icenso to conduct a saloon at wai
lahu. which application will be ad
ertlsed for public hearing on 0--ober
Two other applications wer re.
:elved and referred to inspector
ennell for report. These were
those of F. L. Petersen for a saloon
it Walpahu, and of a Japanese - for
me Nat Ewa.
An investigation of the protests
n file from Walpabw residents will
. made, by (uspect6r Fennell, ind
f they are found to contain, the
, israes of the proper; number' of tjital
(led voters, It -will tie up' to the
lo'ard to refuse any license at Val-
' "Willi. - , . .
Other types are :
'tOVv' ripJiiujy,f3oi .z.-P!'iNhwSr!5kC
'il'llI'Vl'W..1. lU'lt bl
i lift Ol "I UbV Miivl
HIMtMllsMt i IHit f
lift lit Mbtf f
D e o I era In Motor Cara
vhen you feel a cold coming on by
aklng a few dotes of I'irry Davis'
Mlnklllor. It la belter than Qulnlue
ml safer. The Urge SOc buttles art
he i lieupeat,
A special carrier it tt the D u !
1 ctiu ofllce every cvehliiK tSUt
30 p, in., lo deliver tin Bulle
u to luburibtri wlto fill tu T
e'.ve (t from ihe reruUr wriitrr
rdqihom 8250 and paper will bl
MT'Ter Htnl' eifift on Mlf t
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