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ARRIVES ON HILONIAN, NOV. 24th
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W jr&'Kwbea ""Twenty" it big In design, In loots, In
initeritl, in perfannanc. In general all 'round value.
ITht only; thing amtll about it i: the price.
It hat a xoo-incn wheel base, 32-inch wheels of tho
itrong artillery type, Urge radiator, big hood, staunch,
'dean made frame.
I It it a roomy, car. On: can ride all day in It without
feeling cramped. 'Any more room would simply be
waste of space. Itt ttrong three-quarter elliptic springs
and long wheel base take away all ordinary shocks of
the riad. It cradles itt passengers over uic rougn piaces
The Hudson Twent, is not an Imitation
of a Big Car It is a Big Car
The Men Responsible for the Hudson
. , Achievement ef 1909
.. J. X- Hitm. tmJSnt Mr. Rtdm b At ownrr ol tk blunt rrltll
r good tton In l)lnilt. lit la lrv uwntr ef Dttroil rrtl titalr. lit It
tltt-pitHiltM a( Iht Dlmt SKtUn llmt tut t tlrclot of lit Antrim i:
cMagt ytltMtl luni. lit U rcM3nUt4 ta A Itadlas. ctntiftUrt Imalotaa
bhb aid raitllall't or Dtlrtlt.
th Cktlmtn. Vlet-fttaUtii Mr. CbalBitrt Ii frtrdtat tr ibt Chain
traIlrtlt Mtttr Cotapao. Utfort btlBi; a largt liltrtal ln- lltlrult Mutor
Vatttiar at4 maklnc tilt narot fbalmtra Wlroll. ht waa far roan ytara tlct
yrttldttt and Ktotral tuaaatr tf Ibt Natltsal CaU Staiar Copipaity or lartui.
a. B. Jackitt. Titaauxtr aad Otttral Xatagtr Ur. lackttti It a mrcb.au
Ital ttillattt. Ix'lns a ffradoata t Iht tDclnttrlnr lrailttnl of Ibt Ua.vtllj
ol alkatrin. lit wa ractotr uabaetr or ILt DHlt llmtr Wttta Horn 1003 la
MOT. and l lia I ttbtr ttrf ttlnablt automoUla tlptrltttt.
k. D. Cbula. Stcnlaij Mr. Cktpln la tlraiurrr aad itnaral ailtw t(
tkt (1arittrra Derti fclftr Corapaof. lilt tiptrhnrt It tbo aottraitbUt bqiu
atM tttrrt strlM of Bat jrara. Ut waa turmrrlr ulta Dabtftf lor Ui
wtj aitior wTit,
Dwaatoit Clltf Xaflattf aad Sttlratr Hr. Dnnham att1ltl ta
Icih lattrycarht bt.
glattllai tt Rwarlbroto aad Krnjon Collrct. lit iraa rbltr rrfl irrr r fk
ABtrlraa alotor CarrUit roapanr tram luu.ia iuui.
rant attotlattd with ILt oi.it Holor Wlt In fJlJ(itr '"f""'-. '
i.r !.. m,t ih Mill lfitrt rorftff from tllr l 1M7 eotll Marru 1'. II
B. s. Ote. Xactbar of Btard tr Dirtcttn Hr. O'tnt la tlct tritlti.ut oC
tht Cbaloitrt lttroltTllolV (Vtiiitar 1rr u iirobtbl no autuniuollr t
rlattr oka tafora a omTMataDi'l t.puuiun tbta Mr. rnitij. lit kit brrn
ualnlaa- tatctrafil cart fr rrin Jt,on Ibru Ibt OldtnoUlt aad tka
Cialaurt Dttr.ll Ten" pjlrtx."
Her Is a car that ntliflei tb tut (or bcautr ta bdiuty
that enhances service. It Ii bit and racr-lookinc. Not the (race
tut llnel the sweep of the fenders and the frame. There ! so
car with better lines. Judged br every mechanical aad taglnter
Ins standard this car Is thoroufbljr up-to-date without embodylai
any experimental features.
The Hudson "Twenty" Is the first low-priced ear which em.
bodies all the best features of the standard high-priced machines.
Wondtrful SaUt Record
Fire dsrs after the Hudson Twentrt was announced to tht
trade, dealers asked for 1,S2 cars br wire. The entire) year's out
put was contracted by dealers before the factory had a aeiuot
strator ready. This Is overwhelming evidence of what experts
thought of the Hudson "Twenty". These cars were bought by
s dealers men who know men who must Invest their money and
reputation In them. These deslers knew that for the flrsttlmsa
car on which they could stake their reputation as Judges of value
Tas being built to sell for less than 11,000.00 a car free from
every objection heretofore raised against cars selling at or near
the price. They knew that the Integrity and reputation of the
personnel of the Hudson Motor Car Company wss such as to back
up every claim made for the car.
Stlectiv, Sliding Geor Tlransmssfoi ''
The lludion "Twenty" has a sliding gear traoeniiMlon, s1eet
Ive type, three speede forward and reverse, euch as you And on
the Tackard, Peerless, Pierce, LoiUr end other high trade cars.
Host other low-priced cars do not hart this type of tratsmlssloa.
lFour Cylinder Motor .
The motor Is vertical, four cylinder, four cycle, water cooled,
known as the Renault type, 34 In. bore, and H In. stroke. And
Renault motors are the pride of France,
SingU Piece I-Btam Axlt
The front axle Is a one-piece drop-forged I-beam section, of
the beet grade I of open hearth steel, carefully heat treated. The
Peerless, Pierce, Matheson. Loxler and other blah grade cars ui
drop-forged front axles. The rear axle la of the semt-floatlng
type, shaft driven, proved out by a score of makers.
Throo-Quarttr Elliptic Rtar Spring
There Is more rake to tho steering post than U found 'on
the average car.
The springs are of special steel, seml-elllptla In front, and
three-quarter elliptic In the rear, such as you And In the Renault,
Chalmers-Detroit, Pierce and others.
Lubrication Is of the pump circulated, constant splash sys
tem, which has proved so satisfactory on the Oldsmobllo, Chalmers-Detroit,
and other highly successful cars.
The tires are 3xl Ins. In front and HiW Ins. In the rear.
Tho crsnk shaft has a tensile strength of 100,000 pounds; the
dutch le leather faced, cone type; the clearance Is 12 H inches
undsr the steering knuckles.
A Lictmed Car ' i
The "Twenty" has been recognlred'by the 'XssoCUUoh of 14V
censed Automobile Manufacturers. It Is the only four eyU&dasi
Ikrnird car selling for less than 11,000. I
Tne iiudion lwentjr is making goo In nee. Sealers ana
prlvste owners have been using them for two months aad they
are giving entire satiiracuon.
Won Twnty-Foar-ffoar Race
On September tenth at the Alaska-Yukon Exposition tW
Twenty" on the 24 hour rare open to all types of cars. It,
covered 708 miles In eighteen actual running hours (EH home)
being lost through tire trouble) and defeated the nearest cost
petltor by nearly 100 miles.
The Hudson was tho lowest priced car In the race and besteel
tome csrs rotting five times as much. ,
Mr. Dunham, our desUner, drove a "Twenty" from Indianap
olis, Ind , to Detroit via Dayton, Ohio, and Toledo a distance oil
182 miles In seventeen hours of elapsed time, leaving Indiao
apolls at 3 a. m, reaching Detroit at 9 p. ra. the same day
And hs did It without replenishing water, oil or gaeollns. i
These are endurance teats. They tried tho ear to tht utmost!
Tet no weakness has developel.
We have an allotment of t,o many cars. When wo sell that
number we can get no moro this ysar. Tou should see this eaa
at once and It possible place your order for- future delivery.)
Please msll the coupon now eo wo can send a catalog, sja 1
These 1910 ccn have tccn to much sbaR'.it niter on
the mainland th.it wc haxa been Rrcatly delayed in net
tine ccn a demonstrator. At lait, however, v.e arc able
definitely to, announce thn: the Hudson car will arrive on
the Hiloniaa the 21th. Demonstrations will be cheerfully
The Hudson Motor Car Company, Detroit, Michigan. Members A. L. A. M.
ASSOCIATED GARAGE, LTD., Merchant Street
LOCAL AND COAST
ThlriKH In tho automobile line of
business nro liccomliiK moro active
every day, and a coiiKtnnt stream of
new machines of ever' muko ami hIio
Is iwurluK Into Honolulu by tho lir
With tho number record cllmblii'j
well toward tho &00 murk, this city
1b keeping up Its end an tho rlclient
community on earth. Motor cars nre
everywhere recognised as -tho mark
of affluence, and as Hawaii has more
machines per capita, ,lhan any oilier
city of Its slxo, it all goes to miow
that o are a ey fortunate gathering
of all nationalities.
Tlio makes of machines In use In
this city aro allko In only one respect
they all have four wheels, und aro
the best typo turnod out by tlio re
Otherwise every make known Is to
bo seen on tlio Honolulu streets and,
bide by side, can be noticed the liugo
Packards and tho modest runabouts.
And now two now types aro to bo
added to the list' by tho Associated
Garago, which lia? ou tlio road from of tlio cars being landed hero till July
the frctm-iea tlio much tall. oil of Hud
sou Twenty, .and also demoimttatliiK
earn of tlio I'lcmlcT malic. Manager
Odoll cotiuldeiB llmt tlio Hmluoii will
quickly becomg.ixuiular with lovers
of ji first cIikh low I'rleod machine.
Thn nucleoli Twenty will arrive on
tliu Hllntilun, November St, and 111:111
ager Odcll will nt ouco proceed tn
iiiako somo tests of tliu machine. One
of the first made will bo a BOO mile
inn without utopnlni; tho engines; the
hood will bo sealed down, and from
tlio time tlio car starts out 011 tho run
until tlio full distance Is covered, the
engines will not bo btoypej.
Tlio Premier cars uhlch aro built
In Indianapolis, lud , will arrive in the
near futuro, ami somo idea of their
size may bo obtained v. lien It is men
tioned that the wheel base of the cars
Is 110 luchec.
Four Pierco-Arrow mnchlnes have
been ordered by tho Assoclarrd garage
people but, so great Is the rush at
the fnctnry, that there Is no chanco
next. Two Klosel curs, however, are
expected, to arrive 011 the China, und
IlieBe nro an sood as sold alreudy.
Manager flint Schumnu, of tliu gar
ago or Hie h.iiiio name, report the
fealo of 1111 i:, M, r. Touring ear to
the Coney garage, Kuuul. Thenu cam
are to bo seen everywhere now, mid
llioy aro ery popular IimIio country
Ily tlio Siberia, tlio Scliuiuan garago
received two UieximoblleH. one of
w!ik.li wa delivered to Mr, I'neku, and
tliu other ,ls now under consideration
by another gentleman,
The engluo Is cast In one piece and
is a ery strong one; there niu mi
batteries, and a 'quarter turn of tliu
crank starts the car-oxen If It U cold
und has not been usid all night.
Another new feature Is (hit Marsh
rim which Is fitted tu all the wheels;
th,uru are four speeds' ahead I lireo
direct anil the fourth geared HHnd for
fast loud 1 old work. The tin lull of
tlio r-ar Is beautiful, and eieii the
Inniiia art of u now ilealim; timtimil nr
linvlue the reflecting glass away out
In front, It Is sunk right back In the
lamp and the rays of light are deflect
ed to right and left by tho aid or rr
Hectors In which the glass Is set.
olden, mil)' icr-tl)lcd 111 a d.Uiugod oir
and a bill fur p-iutm. '
Ted Guard, tho well known Hllo
man, has gone In for ait K. M. V. 30, Harold Castle, who Into'y returned t thini.
mm 11 wua wuuiivii uy mu ovuuuiuu from .il0 coast, s again frlv n is
Manager C. C. Kelini'ily, of WaliiXcii.
Hawaii, whllHt In town ullendlug llio
Vlantcrs' meeting, puirhnHod niiiillier
iiuUimolillii. II11 has gouo In fur nCaiJ.
Illau Ho ultter this lluiu and It. was
t-Mppetl 011 the CKii'dliio Jimfenlay
T. C1Ih I)als Iuib taken delivery of
a l'JIO l'aeli'u.l Touring car, aiidrti
very plej"il with the nnicliluu, Tlio
oii lliimm-Young Company t report
H1.1t tliu Packard Is becoming 11 very
. popular tar In this rfty, mid, that II
is ,iiuru 10 Keep up wiiii ine neiuaji1!
garage to him this week. A rord run
about was aim sold to C. 11, Hennlds
this week. Two more K. M. P, 30 cars
are expected on tho Hllonlan, which
arrives on November 24.
Tho scene at the von Uamm-Young
garago is un animated one now u-dujH,
and a number of new cars which urrlv
cd lately aie being Inspected with the
greatest Interest by prospective buy-
big Vackard .about tliu city.
Dr. Straub Jiad a nar,ovv
Demonstrator Howoa of the vnn
llamiii Young girugu Is coufliud In
hlu room wlh blood pulMnilug.t mid
will not beuhte to get 111 omul for homo
iHtapu ,mo iii. anrvlti'D will 1m lunch nibs
from serious nocnicni yesterday hen.rd uy eu.r(10 as ho Is ery popular
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near llio recldenco of B. D. Ttnuey,
The cur plunged Into a otono Avail and
bevuiue u wrtcli, the body being lull)'
Muuager Uodeu of tho vo-i llamiii-
Young caraiM went to the letcue and
ilrlpliod thn llrst niio over shlpi'M
mulh. Our iiutliutilc I?. .1 Join-n driv
ing. Will win In Allnulii nicert"
(i'llRiic-d) nwirul.i Mnlnr Car Co
tt it: t: ,
A new company U nhout tn ho
iMii.il itemniiil 'for di'tnlls and spe-
ilm.illolin nf thn l'niie-llartford cur A
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11.1:1 ro.ui 1.1 ii-. Attoniuig. to Harry
Willie, manager of tho Consolidated "y
Motor Cai Company, the local rep-
laiiiuhed to exploit thn tiixl-c.ili III ,i'ein.iinu i,i uie I'ope-iiurtiora ma-
AiiHtililla. Tlit. nipilnl Is B.1I1I In lo ,l1"'"' "n ".11 reeeneii more tuau'llt-
).1()U,ouo, Un. major poitlun of whli liJy "' 'or llio I'opo-llnrlford lun-
Iiiih been Biihwrllied In llnglntid. Tlio ,,""u w,l" tt"" " ,lle' ' "n9 ,n
wholii uinoiiiit lould have been hub, ""'o hflng ntToitd 11 ery substan-
rtrlhfil theio mils Unit It Is desired " l'leiuiuni lor ine macniiio just
thai iinilliin nf It Blioiilil be nfforcit tl ll BluniU.
to AustinlluiiK. The p10p03.1l Is to "1 timid hrtvo Hold tho car within
Mnnagor Hodge takesthe greatest 'after lashing the broken car tn hU
pride In new type of car built by machluu, managed to bring It Into the
the White Steamer Company. It Is a repair shop. The doctor got off slight-
gasoline car, of to horso power, and ly with a slight elioclt, and what might
is a duplicate of a famous Krcncli car, easily ha, turned out to be, a bad ac-
The following meisago has been C'
celved by the 8chu:usn garago with
lefereiii itu the IX M. 1' automobile;
Itoiu'j a., Nov, 17. "We liaAe to
day lowered by live seconds our es.
tenia) ' recoid of flvo Vi mile In slx.scen
inlnutes fifty seven two fifths seconds.
Won In three events both days. Camo
second In freo for, all, Stearns beating
by one second, Strictly stock car,
liupnit 31)0 four-i)IIUiliii .Napier
liixl-uihs of lii Ii. p. 1U0 to oper
ate In New 8011th Wulefc. 100 In Vli.
loila, .ind tlui eniiiliiiler III the oth
er Hta(es. Tbq taxlsuro not'tii'uti
tnunued to the t.iiltiils of the vnrl
011s Htate.i, for tlio prluclpil tnuntry
toiim.i.ln tho chief Htnlcs will ho,
filiated 111 Hie siinio wny V'JtiiH"
dcrstoqd that tho flrHflnstnlinfiit
ill In nmiiber-pivlll arrive In S)d
liey nhout 10 w,eeks heiun, Thvso
ivHl all reiiinins In this State.
There nre nlicady. ten tuxls In Syd
ney doing good business, und when
the new cotiip'iiiy gels the wholo of
Its cubs on the btieets there will, ap
parently, be lery little room for the
liandsom. Hut that icmaliia to bo
That autmiiolillo road-racing is
profitable to tho ivlnnera of such,
events Is demuustrated by. tho uu
llio minutes nfler the" race, und cv
1 r) da) hluco thou to 11 number ut
lU)ers who were satisfied and eu-
thuslastlo over the performance ot '
'tho machine, but I haso not ns yect
allowed It tu go 11 was not so niucli'
qilfhtlon of selling It, but rnthert
of who to let lime It. The race ItseIC,
iiudoubtedty iesult,ed In our hellinn
n great many inuehlnes und has.
Ljuseil n great deal ot talk through-
out U111 llast, not only upon the por- '
lonjidiicu 01 mu car, uui on ine con
dltlou of tho roads In California .1
1110 (net mat there la sucn a course
In California, wheio world's record ''
can bo brol.en . with regular' stoclo
cars, proud a illstlnct'surprUe to th
Kastern mnniifactuierH of nutomo-
lilies, and will uudoulitedly result In, 'J
u great deal of bencnt during tiio
romlng season to California und Call.
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