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The Pacific commercial advertiser. [volume] (Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands) 1885-1921, December 18, 1910, SECOND SECTION, Image 10

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THE SUNDAY ADVERTISER, DECEMBER 18, 1910.
TOYS ! TOYS 1
Games, Puzzles, Books and a freii
tock of Toys, noff on sale.
WALL, NICHOLS CO.. LTD.
C. L. HOPKINS
Systenia: izer.
Notary Public.
Aiient" Grant Marriage Licenses.
Hawaiian interpreter and Translator
Office: Judiciary bid-,'. Hours 9 a. m.
ta 4 p. m.
Short Trips in Star Land
By J. S. Donaghho, College of Hawaii.
THE "EVERITT 30
LOTS AT
A . BLOM
DRY GOODS
Fort St.Opposite Catholic Church
Scandinavia Belting
HONOLULU IRON WORKS CO.,
GEORGE A. MARTIN
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Fashionable Tailor
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MASONIC TEMPLE. ,
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May's Old Kona Coffee j
BEST IX THE MARKET.
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HENRY MAY & CO. Phone 1271 j
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ANCHOR SALOON j
PUREST AND BEST !
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LIQUORS
Corner Nuuanu and King Streets ;
F.E. Davis & Co.
MERCHANDISE BROKERS j
Nuuanu and Merchant Streets;
Select Lumber j
DIRECT IMPORTATION j
LOWEST PRICES
CITY MILL CO., LTD.
Phone 2478
KEKAULIKE STREET
READ THE ADVERTISER,
WORLD'S NEWS DAILY
A student who is watching the morn
ing sky asks the nam or' the bright
.'tar which he sees high in the east,
jus' before sunrise. If he continues to
watch it, he will fiud that it moves
anions the surrounding stars that is,'
it is nut a "fixed star.'' It is Jupiter,!
th.' largest of the planets. j
Fur Honolulu watchers at least, the!
hazy weather which could liot be fore
seen, and the increasing brightness of
the moon, which might have been anti
cipated, have made it impossible to use
the map fur locating the planet Mer
cury. This need not discourage anyone,
however. The map was given so that
those who wished to watch might make
themselves more thoroughly ' familiar
with that part of the sky. before the!
planet Kecame visible, and they eouldj
thus ft-el more certain of the planet I
when it was found. If you have been
unable tn study the region, simply
watch eai-h evening, a little above the!
point when' the sun set--, ami probablv.
for ! r of the month, a l ttle to the
south of that point. You are likely
to have little trouble in recognizing the
plane:. To be sure. Venus is likely to!
appear there eariv in January,, but she
is much whiter than Mercury, and you!
are not likely to get them confused.
'I he Iw i lines extending out from
Aldebaran on two of the maps, follow:
closely the horns of the hull, as the
ancients imagined the constellation, and
the two stars at the ends were the tip
of the horns. The color of the upper:
one will be found a very pure white.'
and if the other stars in your list for
color study are compared with it, the i
tints of most of them will become more j
evident.
To the right of Orion's belt, a row of j
three faint stars is represented on the
map. These Yorm his sword, or dagger,
and will repay study, on any clear, darkj
night, in fact, on several of them, asi
one examination will by no means re
veal to you all that you can see. The!
middle star will be found to be hazy.j
to the naked eye appearing much like;
the hazy spots pointed out in Sagit-j
tarius. When those spots are examined!
with a field glass or telescope, however.!
they prove to bo made up of myriads
of very faint stars, as some of you may!
already have found. But this spot in;
the dagger of Orion remains hazy whenj
viewed with the most powerful instru-l
ments, although a few stars are iound
scattered through it. The hazy light
does not come from those stars, for it
is now certainly known that it is pro
duced by glowing gases. In other words, j
this spot is what astronomers know asi
a true nebula. i
The whole region now seen in the east!
will furnish interesting studies for those;
who have -field glasses. Try them upon:
the Pleiades, the ilyades, the region1
around Capella, and the whole length of
Eridanus, which, although the stars,
with the exception of Acheruar, are
rather faint, will be comparative! v easv
to trace, after the moon has "begun
to wane. Tracing the eontellation
away from Orion, the star marked
near the middle of the first horizontal
stretch will be found to be double, the
lower star being of an orange hue. This
star is interesting on account of its mo
tion, which is very rapid, for a "fixed
star. two thousand years ago, we
know that it was very near the present
position of the star marked just to the
left of it on the map. Very few stars
are known to move so rapidly.
GETTING A START.
"Will you excuse me if I ask a ques
tion!" "Certainly."
"Why do you so often appear in
public, with. large goggles on?"
"I can't afford an automobile just
vet." -
POPPING THE QUESTION.
Doctor Cupid's little fee
Isn't meant
To embarrass.
Just assent.
Seems to be
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What 1
About J4
That fe
fkdryffiBpi
There is just this much about it :
Dandruff is a germ disease, is
most untidy, annoying, and leads
to baldness. When chronic, it
is very stubborn, but surely
yields to thorough and energetic
treatment. All germs must be
destroyed, the scalp must be
restored to health. Here is the
remedy: Ayer's Hair Vigor.
Ack your doctor about using it.
A
ir's Hair Vigor
DOES NOT COLOR THE tIAIR
Or-rared by Dr. J. C. Ayar & Co,. "'., U. S. k.
PRICE $1350 P. O. B. Pactory
An Everitt 30 owned and driven by Mr. Clinton R. Foutz, on October 11, 1910, broke
all records from Pittsburg to Baltimore, making the run of 246 miles, crossing 156 miles
of the Alleghany and Blue Ridge Mountains in 11 hours and 31 minutes. The first 38
miles were driven in a dense fog but in spite of this the time from Pittsburg to Bedford
via Ligonier, was only 5 hours and 12 minutes. The time was taken from the Auto
mobile Club in Pittsburg to the Automobile Club of Baltimore.
The Metzger Motor Car Company claim this car to be superior to any other car at the same price.
It has genuine honey-comb radiator most efficient cooling device and the highest in price fur
nished on every 1!U EVE I; ITT 30.
It combines the highest xrder of engineering design and mechanical workmanship, giving its owner
a reliable and speedy car at the lowest possible price.
The Metzger Motor Car Company is one of the few manufacturers of moderate-price automobiles
who did not have to carry tver a single IfUo model.
The same quality of steel and the same quality of workmanship which made the 1910 EVERITT
30 model stand out iu competition with any American car up to $3UJ0 in price, are used in the 1911
EVEKITT 30.
The improvements in the IfUl EVER ITT CO are refinements in the engineering; and mechanical
features along the lines heretofore found in only the mst expensive cars.
iXorie of these features appear in any other car sold at the price of the EVERITT 30. Tew of them
are to be found in high-priced cars.
The EVERITT 30 is not an assembled car; it is built from the raw materials in the EVERITT
So factory in Detroit, Michigan. This plant and the- material on hand represent a cash investment of
$1,37o.t00.
The men who own the factory have their personal fortunes invested in it, because
they believe in the automobile industry, and believe that on account of their long ex
perience, they can make a better car at a lower price than anybody else in the automo
bile business.
The EVERITT 30 factory will be in business as long as automobiles are in use. and no buyer of the
EVERITT 30 need ever be concerned about the renewal of any part.
The factory, as well as the factory distributors, who are stockholders in the EVERITT 30 factory,
stand back of every car sold.
You are asked io buy the EVERITT 30 because it is a sturdy, efficient autonrobile, at a price which
is fair to you, yet leaves a living profit for the makers.
The 1911 EVERITT 30 can be obtained as a Passenger Demi-Tonneau, Passenger Fore-Door Close
Coupled Touring Car, 4 Passenger inside Driven Coupe, and Light Delivery Car.
The von Hamm-Young Co., Ltd.
King and Bishop Streets Honolulu, T. H.
DISTRIBUTORS
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Jas. W. Bcrgstrom
LEADING MUSIC
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Siring and Wind is
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DEALERS " DEALERS IN
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Knabc and other Pianos 1 1 W II I I lllB-C?
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Represent the Leading Publisers of Music in the United
States. Records on Sale Same Day as New York
Agents Sell Them.
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On sale as soon as published. Our arrangements with the publishers enables us to
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give to rlonolulu tresh music while it is still tresn ana at lowest prices, m We are
pleased to try on our pianos any composition you may buy.
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