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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, October 30, 1909, 3:30 EDITION, Page 10, Image 10',
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"30" LOCOMOBILE TOURING CAR. ' 1. , , ' ,
JUST RECEIVED AND READY FOR DEMONSTRATION
A shaft drive model for five passengers. We direct special attention to the easy riding qualities of this model,'its smooth running and the unique
combination of good features contained in the construction of the shaft drive system. The wheel base is 120 inches, yet the car can be turned in
a 38 foot street without backing. Horsepower, 38 actual.
THE LOCOMOBILE is the raoit RELIABLE car on the market. It will ran day after day, month after month, and year after year with a minimum cf care and expense. In
DURABILITY it will hold its own against any car in the world. The LOCOMOBILE has an unmarrcd reputation for SAFETY. There is nc record of any accident or in
jury from the breakage of any part of any LOCOMOBILE CAR. The DESIGN of the LOCOMOBILE IS best because it is along aporoved and accepted lines. The MATE
RIAL used in the Construction of the LOCOMOBILE is the best to be procured No less than sixteen grades of high-quality steel are employed. A notable fcatuic is the
use of special formula bronze at important points. In CONSTRUCTION the LOCOMOBILE is a BUILT Car as distinguished from an ASSEMBLED Car. The LOCOMO
BILE it the EASIEST and STEADIEST riding of motor cars because it is specially designed for varying roads.
SCHUMAN CARRIAGE CO., LTD:,
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BY V. L. STEVENSON.
LOCAL AND COAST
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, 1 i). a. .MCisnmnrn or. mo uonoiuiu
T)nlr) men's Association has pur
chased n Maxwell car from tlio von
A Holier nicctrlo enr nrrlveil on
tha Hllonlnn fur tho on llnmm
Young people. It Is called tho Vic
toria and is nicely finished m.tchlnc.
A now SO H. V. White Strainer Is
to ho Been nt tho ton llnmm-Young
garage; It Is a heautlfiil specimen
of tho well Known t)po or machine.
Tho Scliuman garage received n
number ot cars per tho Korea unit
llllotilun, No less than' tho l'orda
tamo on tho latter vessel mid moat
of them ino been disponed of ol-ready.
Something dellnlto lias nt lust been
licaul about the llnilson Twunly t.irs,
and a shipment has left thu fac
tory for tho Associated gnrago. Mali
nger Old I thinks a lot of these, ma
chines and III. as won as thuy ar
rive, show what tho low priced cars
can do. A shipment of Chalmers
Detroit cars Is ulto expected boon
city by the different steamers from
The von-Hnmm Young Company
received per Hllonlnn a car that will
bo an eyo opener to tpe Honolulu
public. It Is no less than a 20 pas
Bcnger "ltapld" sight-seeing car. It
looks cry like an ordinary tall-hp,
and Is built for thp hardest of eer
.vlce. Tho machine was put together
jestcrdny, and Is now1 ready for ser
vice. It will bo used for Sunday
around the, (stand trips and should
becomo ery popular. "
A bocii tenter Sliideb.iker, II. I'.
JiO riimo In on tho Korea for tho
Bchuman guriiK Tho machine is
rfclitted with electric lights and Is
tfinnrlamnn1i flttt.l nut In mn.v wfiv.
I An 12. M. I Studebakcr nio ui-
Ui -rived, as did a I.ouimobl o which Is
Bt'- u dupllcuto of thu inncliliiu that was
bo much admired niound town a row
The Cirlcrcars at the Iloynl Ha
waiian garage are attracting a lot
of attention, uml tho Taxlcab Is tha
admiration of everybody. It Is so
compact and handsome to look at,
and tho price $1,950 Is so reason
able, that tho car will no doubt soon
bo Bold. Two Cartercar runabouts
tiro also to bo seen, and the tril
lion driven machines urn listed at
$1,000 and $1,400 each, Theso cars
aio capablo of climbing n 40 per cent
grade, and a child can handle them;
thcro Is only one lover to manipu
late and, to changp speed, It Is only
necoHwiry to shoo tho lover forward
Oeorgo Wells, managor or tap gar
age, has had to fable to tho Coast
foi two oxport mechanics; tho Work
In the repair shop has about doubl
ed, and mora help has to bo obtain
ed at once.
j All the garages mo Bcenes of lush
jinucl nusiie now nun ior in" iam
fr. couple of daya now machine oT all
uinKCd have been coming m to tue
A. U, .M'I.nrty, in an Olilsmobllo.
won tho Harris troph on October IS.
lie mado the drho from tho Casa I.o
nm In Keillamls to the HurrU roarblo
quarry In Hi 1m. It, (1, Stanton, man
ager of tho Woolwlne Motor Car Com
pany, rodo with McLarty.
I Tho drlvo to tho Uurrls quarry Is
tho roughest In Southern California.
Tho road winds up through a boulder
strewn canon. From tho'starlng point
to tho foot of Greyback, tho finish, tho
course Is Just 20.1 nillcs.
Tho Durrls cup wns formerly held
by tho Columbia, which Harold Stone
drovo to tho quarry In lh. 14ni. 13s.
Tho now record clips 13 minutes 13
seconds from the Columbia's tlnio aiid
puis the mark so low that it wilj prob
ably bp sorop Umo bofpro the record
Is broken. 4 '
Those who mako the attempt must
do so before tho beginning or Decem
ber, as tho snow will hinder any record-breaking
attempts after that da to.
Camp Durrls Is covered with snqw
during tho wlnu'r. ' ''
Most people realize that a demon
strating car In tho hands of a deal
er who keeps it steadily at work
furnishes an excellent test of the
'While It la true that the demon
strator Ii usually in tho bands or an
expert, it must be rcmemberpd that
thcro seldom is a prospect given u
demonstrator without being allowed
to drive the car himself or herseir,
and this means that a great deal of
the time a demonstrator Is being giv
en excessively hard usage.
A person with no experienco In
driving a car la bound to put un
usual strain upon certain parlR ot
tho machinery particularly when It
cpmes to starting and stopping and
the shifting' ot the gear levers.
' Tho novice is bound to consume
much more gasoline and oil than the
expert, duo td Inexperience.
Tho Pioneer Automobile Company
received Its Hudson demonstrator on
August 1st, and up to Septembor
30th both by tho dealer hlmsolf and
by prospective customers, and an ac
curate record was kcjit ot tho gaso
Ilno and oil consumption, and nil
the time put In on the car by em
ployees accurately kept track or, tho
samo as If tho car had beon ono
that they were taking care or ror nn
owner, and the record shows that
the total expense for oil, mechanical
and wire repalj-s'amounted to $52. GO.
This is a remarkable showing,
when It is remembered that during
every one of the 3,635 miles tho car
lwns either tielng driven by a demon
strator, or a prospectho purchaser,
and It Is a well known tact that
dealers do not spare tlielr cars when
they uro "showing them pit."
1'robably ono of tho finest aulo-
moble headquarters In the West la
the'new"salesrooms nnd ofuccs or the
Locomobile Company or America, or
which I. J. Morse Is Western repre'
sentatlve, The new building on tho
corner o( Van Ness and Hayes U In
tho heart of tho new uulomobllo icn-
ter and will be ono of tio hinted
uutomobllo salesrooms In the city.
Since tho establishment .of u
branch In this city li the Locomo
bile Company, tho locomobile has le
tnmo ono or the strongest competi
tors ror both local und export tuulc.J
Mr, Mortse tepprts tho hale ot live li-
comobllcs Inst week, and bays tha
owing to tho now nilcs of tho rue-,
tory, which enable ocry branch
mnnngcr to get as many lars iih ho
sends orders ror, Hint ho will be nlilo
to delUer a great ninny more or
these machines tho coming- season
thnn ocr before,
Probably no agent In tho city sells
more cars in Honolulu und Manila
than Morse. It Is nothing unusual
for the locomobile rcprcsentntho to
receive a c.iblo order of Immediate
delivery cither In tho Islands or Ma
nila for a locomobile. In' fct, this
class of belling cars Is one of tho
features of the trade of tho Western
With' tho romowil of the company
into the new building n lurgq lino ot
tho locomobiles will bo carried, tho
local house being tho distributing
point ror nil or tho Western tcirl-tory.
Boyal Hawaiian Oarage, Phone
181, The only garage In tpwn
where you can get the celebrated
Locomobiles. Around the Island, Ha
liewa; Leilehua trips a specialty.
Automobile repairing a specialty.
3pefbl attention given to the mak
IDS? of nan and all tmrl. of onto.
mobiles. Qeorrc S. Weill. Manager.
"The kind your grand,
Admittedly best for gen
Ilettrr now than ever."
W.O. PEACOCK & CO., Ltd.
What a Wearer Wrote
Manufacturers of "SQUAREDEAL" HOSIERY recently re
ceived the following letter from a prominent professor in the
College of Hawaii:
"Two months ago I bought six pairs of your 'Square Deal' stockings
of Harry & Pats of Washington, D. C. I am so much pleased with
them that I would like to buy more. Kindly let me know the price
per half dozen pairs sent post .paid to Honolulu."
For Both Me n and Women.
Six Pairs Guaranteed Six Months or New Stockings.
Remember Wear a hole in hee 1. toe or sole of the Square Deal Hcse
in six months and you will be given new stockings.
Sold only by
Yee Chan & Co.;
Corner Bethel and King Street ,
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