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y 'V a i"' ' 4 ? T vi RVCXiNO nULLHTIN, HONOf-UMJ, T. T!., TIU'SIIDAY, OCT. 27. 11)10. n; ' SHtHimWI r- Kafe r wr ntis 1 Itl ill Ml rrr- iW OT ass B B OT KP I MOTOR CARS THE Chalmers "30" is the only medium priced car that was ever awarded the Glidden Trophy Of 11 the Glidden Toun, that of 1910 ws lti longest, and bjr far the harden, .'l lasted for lixtetn running dajri and cohered 2,831 miles. It sured at Cincinnati and went " by way of Dallas, Texai," through thlttcen Statci to Chicago. Wordt and pictures cannot matce plain the racking cobblestone loads of Kentucky the stump-studded forest trails of the Tennessee mountains the swamps of Arkansas the deep, treacherous sands of Texas the mud of Kansas the brldgtleis southern streams or the sheltering heat that punished cars and men alike. It Is the opinion of experts nho made thli tour that no car in the norld could have completed It with a perfect score. Yet, from Cincinnati to Louisville to Nathvllle-to Sheffield, Ala. to Memphis to Little Kock to Hot Springs to Texatkana to Dallas to Lawton, Oklahoma to Oklahoma City to Wichita, Kansas eleven consecutive days out of the sixteen, through the hardest part of the trip and for five days after every other car on the tour had been penalized, not a single point could be assessed against the Chalmers "30" the $1500 car $1600 with mag. neto, I'rest-O.LIte tank and gas lamps. , In all the history of motoring, there Is no per formance like this. The Glidden Trophy has never been won before by a car costing less than $1000. If you are thinking of buying a car, what better proof could you alk of reliable performance under all n yo of the winning Chalmers "30" r The Chalmers "30" has never been defeated In any Important motoring event by any car of tu price and power class. The Chalmers "Forty" won the Detroit Trophy In the 1909 Glidden Tour. Chalmera cars have won more events of all kinds in proportion to the number entered than other cars. In addition to perfect mechanical performance, you get In the Chafmtri all the beauty of Ho lai finish that you can find in any car. What more could you ask In any car at any price than you get in the medium-priced Chalmers We have never had so large a volume of business as we have now. There has never been so satisfying a demand for Chalmers cars' as there has been since we announced out 1911 models, yet this demand will not affect the Chalmera policy of building cars for quality, not quantity. We suggest, therefore, that you place your otdr now, so as to be sure of getting the car that Is' your first choice, Chalmers cars are the first choice of those who look most carefully Into the automo bile question and know the most about automobile valuea. 1911 cars are nnw on exhibition. Deliveries an being made accotding to schedule. Qialmers Motor Company Detroit, Mich.' Icensed' under 5Un Patent FRUIT PEST HAS ARRIVED Mediterranean Fruit Fly Men aces Oranges and Limes No Fruit to Other Ports. duced several yeurs ago. Judge, Coop- ed In rearing Hie adult flies from the, er of Miiuo.m reports that about thrco Infested oranges In our breeding jcuis ngu he submitted affected cages. At the last meeting of the (iiiiiilth to tho United States Kxncrl- board I was ublu to report definitely merit Station and tho Hoard of AgrI- that we had reared the Mies and, ;- f blemish on the fruit was considered nlii Htato Commission of Horllrultiro J j .3 only a bruise. Tills Is not Impossl- officially before this mntter nppcnrixj ' 'n bio, for when tho fruit Is llrst attack- 1 through the newspapers Mils tins rd and Uiu lurvao hno not broken j been done anil 1 expect to receive an through tho skin, so that Juices Issue, 'answer from California by tin' next ilie affected part has a clone rcM'iu-lin.ill. hlatico to a bruise. Only on cutting1 "l-'roni my obsonntlons I ma) state uit'ii the affected portion mid llndlug that tlio Mandarin orange, lime and innggots, would tiny suspicion bo moused. Very often nfter tho mng- ' fiots hiio escaped, cspeclnll" Is this ttue of n ory dry orange, the remain- bruise. ASSOCIATED GARAGE, dealers in motor cars fJWHMT Mlfc . Wliy Don't You Use a WEST1NGH0USE ELECTRIC IRON Highest in Quality Lowest in Cost The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd. CHINA TOTTERS ON UPHEAVAL'S BRINK Muttorings of 'Discontent Arc Hoard Throughout Provinces, WABIIINtlTON, D. C, Ort, 10.--China la declined to he on the vorgo of another unlicnvnl similar to tho lloxer turbine' and the lives of for eigners nro In Jeopardy. Ue.'cnt nd lcs from government olflclnls In Chlnn cxpreis the bollot that an out break at nny, tlmo would not surpriso tliini. Tho State Department has In structed lifllcIn'R to maintain n closo In that quarter. The army nnd navy aro prepared for ntn emergency, but their readi ness Is Kfilcly n precautionary mcas- ino, ft Is said, and fdinuld not he tnl.pn as nil indication of Immediate linger. Authcutlc advices (from thoie, chnrgi'tl with keeping In touch with the I'oiidlttnug Indlnila that the only thing lurking tn parallel the present situation with that preceding; thu llnxor troubles, which drew Into China the American forces as well as those of other nations. Is tho mat ter of organization, and that It only needs a lender to effect that, livery vessel In tho Aslntle flocl. as well ns tho military force nt Ma- If It's Paint AND Y0U WANT A GOOD JOB, SEE ME TOM SHARP Sharp SignS PHONE 1G07 ARE SEEN EVERYWHERE ELITE BDILDINO watch on the Interim! conditions. i All through tho sitmmor months nun. is prepared ror nimosi instant them liavo been mntterlngs of ills- notion. rnntont In some of tho Chlncre prov- United States Minister Cnlhoun nt lures, duo In tho rlco fnmlne, sly- I'eklns, who last May reported to tho nnstlc differences nnd dbsitlsfartlmt Stnto Department tho generally ilia. oer n'ts of the Poking governmeiit quieting nntl-fnrclgn nnd nntl-dynas-ns to foreign Investments In China. ' tie rumors, Is keeping In closa touch Good hnncxts mitigated to somo with the sltuntlnn there, nnd the for- extent tho gravity of the situation, e'gn consular body nt Nanking early hut tlmro Is still n general fcnllnrc In the summer emphasized tn the of unrest, nrcordlng to personal let- viceroy tho Importance of Immediate tcrB received here from men on duty protective, mensures. I... . 1 I......... ,1..in.it 1 Ifiilanu tltlll HllVm Uy lllJ,IH:j-JCIVll iiiud(; ........... ernor Frcar. It has been found that the Mediter ranean fruit tly Is present on Oiiliu, ami Is destructive to fruits which hnvo n sort texture. This la n pest found In many parts of tho world, and experiments have been carried on for porno time hero to decldo If It wns really tho pest which was at tacking oranges and limes In nnd around Honolulu. 'Ihefo 'experiments hnvo demon strated that tfio jiesl la Indeed hero, and all precautions will hn taken to keep It from spreading tn other Is lands and to tho Coast, should tho hoaid hac power to prohibit such shipments . Tlio tegulntlon formed for the np pronl of the Attorney-CIenornl and Rnvernor provides n stiff penalty for any shipping concern Inking any of the fruits, nnd will stop all such ship ments If It Is promulgated Superintendent Klirlioru of the en tomological staff of tho department sill. milled the following report on this pest, which will bo of Interest to nil fruit growers and others nt all con cerned In tho fruit business; "llonornblo Hoard of Commissioners of Agriculture nnd Forestry, Ho nolulu, 'T. II. "Gentlemen: Since my report to you on the findings of tho Mediter ranean fruit II y In Honolulu nnd vi cinity, and receiving )otir Instruc tions regarding tho sending of an of ficial notice of the nppcarnnco of this pent to the State Commission of. Hor ticulture of California, I beg to say that due notice has been sent to that commission, nnd n copy of my letter Is submitted hero with. 1 have en deavored to truce tho sprend of tho ft nil fly us fur ns possible and to learn something from thoso who claim to hae known of Its oxlstenco hero Inst season. "The Mediterranean fruit fly Is re ported f loin the countries bordering tlio Mediterranean Sea, Capo Colony, Natal, Azores, Australia, Now Zea land, Ilrazll and Ilermudn. It Is re ported ns attacking oranges, lemons, limes, gunvas, mangoes, peaches, sa potn, loatiat, eugenlns nnd other soft mentcd fruits. As far ns I havo been able to study this pest here, I have only 'been nble to rear tho fly from ornnces and limes. "from the reiort of vnrlous grow ers and from the present distribution of the pest wo have enmn to tho conclusion f nt! the pest wns Intro That Oahu-nrown oia.igcs, limes nnd perhaps alligator pearB and oth er fruits which hnvo soft centors may .ark Bimt resembles Lo prohibited transportation to oiuer juiki, Cooper's observation of the cun I .land ports and to the Coast Is like- ,ntun 0f t,c fnlt at that time tallies ly, If n regulation of the Hoard f itli lilis observations today, and we Agriculture, submitted to the mect- )ni t)l0 mug,. present In grent mim ing eMorday afternoon, Is approved ,,,,., A ,mrtJ. from Kiillhl reports finding oranges with bruises (mag gots) In August of In3t )car nnd brought me specimens from the lo cality In the beginning of September of this year, from which I reared the fruit fly "April 2 of this year Mr. Illack man of Kalinukl brought in n few oranges which contnined mnggnts of different sl7c These I placed In & breeding Jnr, nnd on April 7 I lslted Mr. Illackuian's place to further study tho trouble. I procured more speci mens and observed the melon fly rent ing In tho trees. 1'rom the material collected wo reared mostly Drosophll llds, which feed on fermenting Juicer, but we also rented one ndult melon fly. Nothing further was thought of this mutter, becnuso wo found that many of tho oranges on the trees showed thorn injury, and wo camo to the conclusion that this had attract ed the Drosophllllds nnd tho melon fly. "On Juno 21 I). T. Fullawny of the IT. S. Experiment Station brought an ndult of the Medlterrnnenn fruit fly Into my nlHce nnd reported finding It In his Insectnry, which Is nil screen ed with tine-mesh wire Ho could not nccouut for tho appearance of tho fly. nnd to his knowledge no materials of any kind had been brought In from outside countries. On account of this I again visited Mr. lllaekmnn's place, the only place where, oranges had been found Infested with maggots, but failed to find any trace of further damago to Ills fruit. It was not until Septembor of this year that It was definitely determined that the fruit fly was hero, when Mr. Terry and Dr. Perkins of tho Hawaiian Sugar Plant ers' Association Experiment Station found some ndult Hies on the window of tho laboratory. Mr. Terry nnido n diligent search In several localities and found snmn nrnnpot und limes on tho Biopo of Punchbowl which were punctured and contained maggots. I ulso continued my Investigations nnd found Infested nrnng03 In the vicinity of Mnklkl Urn home, Kewuln, Klnatt nnd Keeaumnku streets. From all tills material wo succeeded In raising the adult Mediterranean fruit fly with ninny Drosophllllds and u few Noto- grnmnins, these hitler only drawn tn the fruit on account of fermentation nnd decay. "On September 20 I reported tho finding of the ndult tiles tn Hon. Mnr- stnn Campbell and suggested the ad vlsnbllity of kc'plng matters from the public until we hail actually succeed- De Kafa The caiTo'nelew coffee. Whole Brains perfectly roasted anil with the flavor and aroma of all coffee. 4 50 cents a pound tin It Does Not Get On the Nerves Benson, Smith & Co., HOTEL AND FORT STREETS COLUMBUSDAYjWASOBSERVEDUN THIRTEEN STATES. c. GUNTllER'S SWEETS MOTTO: NOT HOW CHEAP. BUT HOW GOOD A new Sweet that has oil the high qualities of other Gunthcr goods is Chocolate-Covered Nuts New stock just received contains these Nuts, Chocolates and Creams in fancy boxes; priced from 40c up to $4.25, PALM CAFE -. r ' . r ' ' -J T3" ' i , i ' - ' ' '. v ; . A i-- x v ' WmMWE SANTA SjgT' 1 ' IrSlrtr' WASHINGTON, Oct . tlie tommoii seedling ornnge appear to be nttntked ii'nlto severely, uheriA as the natel orange is only slightly attacked. I hne alto failed to lllifl any oilier fruits attacked by tho pest, and fuithcr observations will be ue-essnrj to determine what dam nge this fly will do to our Islutid fruits. There reenis to bo qui o a , discrepancy lit the record of ihp food of this pest ns reported by writ ers III various countries, unit iVe Khali tut doubt be utile to 'find Jttt many new phase from our Inv-M'l-nntloni. "Now that tlie pest has eftabKih ed Itcelf on Oahn, I would reconj; meiid that the board pass a resolu tion, It this can bo done, to pro hibit the shipping of Onhu-grown fruit lu the other Islands, and I h.ivu mndo n rough draft of such a regu lation, uM.h I herewith submit for our kind consideration, further reiorts will he made from time to time ns new; observations arc jnnde. Respectfully submitted, tsgd.) now. m. ininiiouN. "Superintendent of Knttimology. The meeting jesterday nfternoon wns of a loutlno nntiirc, tlio umiit) teports being submitted. One Interesting point brought up was to have a discussion of forestry and (onscrxntlon of wnter supply at tho regular meeting of tho Hawaiian Sucnr Planters' Association which l to he held In Honolulu on November 1G, niul at wnicli time several papers will be read dealing with these sub Jeets. l'orestcr llosmer has arranged a entnthe piognim for the day, tho exercises of which will be held In the Throne Room of the Capitol, aiuj. among thoso who have already signi fied their Intention of speaking nro Mr. Hosmer, Dr. Wilcox, Dr. llohdy. Alnnzo Hartley. V. O. Smith nnd (iovernor I'rear. ' It Is expected that there will be others, with whom ar rangements will be mado before thi time of tho meeting, nnd there Is promise of n discussion of the con servation ot tho resources of the court y mnre complete than nt any meeting of any kind so far held. Inflamed Kidneys, Ilnvo you hnd kidney trouble (Inj flntnmatlnn of the kidneys) over six months? If so, recognized authori ties declare It Incurable. U. St deaths now nearly 90.000 annually. Call for free, diet list nnd litera ture that may prolong or ,snvo your life. J HONOLULU DRUG CO.. LTD. t I THE SHEEREST OF GARMENTS LAUNDERED WITHOUT INJURY FRENCH LAUNDRY" - ,n. .- J. ABADIE. Prop. PIipNE 1401 Remember the Address. No Bi'.mch Office. 777 KING STREET -Thirteen passed a tesuliitlou "setting aside the llitli day of Octobdr each year ns n public holiday, to )io known ns Co liunliiiH dtiy " Tint (Iovernor, who was heartily In favor of tho measure, signed It Immediately, nntl the bill beenmo a law Otlior Btntes that luun made Columbus day a legal holiday aro California, Connecticut, Illinois, Kentucky, Maryland, Massachusetts, States hne declared October 12 u Michigan, Missouri, Montana, Now legal holiday, and tlw citizens of Jersey, Now York and Pennsylvania, thesn divisions of tho nation honored, It will doubtless surpriso many to tho memory of Christopher Columbus know that there nro no less than In vurious ways. It Iiiih been largely twenty-one utilities and monuments to through tho efforts of the Knights of Columbus lu America There are six Columbus, nil r organization of Cuth- In Spain niul seven in Italy. What Is oinrliiymon, Hint so many Stutes havo belloed to hn tlio first Columbus shaft oniicted laws giving tho jieoplo n hoi- eiectrO) (hi) United Slates Is Hint In t.inv It .win frilnhiilo that Idnk ' tho 'liullifiidi n It Is a hundred yeurs old lead III tiio'limller. On April I, 1107, Them Is a lino hint ot Columbus In I both hiuuclicH of Its legislature tho Wltltu lluubo nt Wunhliiutou. Road and Private Driveway Construction Selection of proper approach and correct grades made by an experienced engineer, who also superintends the entire work. Reservoir Construction Railroad Building Complete equipment for all plantation construction work. Soil for City Lots f Supplied in any amount and filling in and grading. P.M. POND, Constructing Contractor Telephone 2890' j t M iiy..... tAlf . btihku WMWrrgTT,,..