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EVENINO RIIM.HTIN, HONOLULU. T. It- SATURDAY. THD. 12, 1010,
WITH THE AUTO PEOPLE
TIio Schumnn Oarage received a
beautiful Locomobllo ex Lurllnc, and
the tar has been sold to Harold nice,
tlio well-known Maul imlo player.
Tho car Is n beauty and has nttract
?d a lot of attention from visitors
to the garage.
The Velio car Is also causing many
favorable comments nnd Mr. Cutting,
the representative- of the Standard
Motor Company, San Francisco, Is In
town, nnd ho Intends leaving on the
Mongolia on February 17. Mr. Cut
ting Is no stranger to Honolulu, as
ho lived hero for many ears1 before
going to tho mainland.
A now 1910 model of the Loco
mobile has Just been received at
Schumnn Carrlngo Co.( This car has
beon tho occasion of a great deal
of admiration by thoso who know
the good points of an automobile.
I.IKo nny perfectly designed, per
fectly built plcco of machinery, the
Ijocomoblla costs moro than the
cheap kind, but nutomobllo owners
have long1 since learned that tho
well-built mnchlno Is by far the
cheapest In tho end.
Dvon though you do 'not expect
to buy an automobile, tho Schuman
Carrlngo Co. will bo pleased to show
jon tho new model l.ocomobllo and
nil the oilier flno cars In their estab
lishment. The Schuman Oarage expects tho
Studebnkcr Flandors to nrrlvo soon,
and many Intending purchasers nro
anxiously awaiting tho machines.
Mnnngcr Sojmour Hall of the As
sociated Garago reports ono of tho
busiest weeks ho has seen at the ga
rage. Tho proposed additions can
not bo got under .way too soon, as
the placo Is crowded with machines
nnd the repair shop Is kept going all
Three Hudson Twenty cars ar
rived and, all have been delivered to
the bu)crs. Arthur Rico took one,
II. L. Kerr another, and tho third
wont to Mr. ,Macfarlano. Theso
Hudsons aro finished in "battleship
gre" colore, nnd they certainly pre
sent a beautiful appearance.
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A congenial r party, the freedom of open country, and a perfect motor car, make automobil
ing the greatest" of pleasures. '
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The locomobile is a iperfect motor' car' in every sense of the word. Perfect because it embodies
all the superior qualities conceived during eleven years specializing in automobile construc
tion. Comfort is a quality very highly developed in, the Locomobile, Deep cushions, big, strong
springs, and certain features of the shaft drive system, make it ride delightfully. Correct dis
tribution of weight makes? it hold the road well and ride steadily.
Sceral Chalmers-Detroit nro ex-
pected to arrive on tho noxt Ala1
meiln, and they nro nil Bold to ar-
rive. There Is a great demand for
the Kissel Kar, and tho hlll'cllmblng
capabilities of tho machines are well
Tim von Hhmm-Younir Onraco nro-'
sents a busy tccne nt present, nnd Pacific Motor Cor Company, has ar
the cxtonsion of the bulldlrg comes fixed ' "this city after a business
not a moment too soon. Manager trl to several of tho large motor car
Uodgo Is up to his ecs in work, nnd factories. Costigan, who went to Do
tho whole staff of experts Is kept go- ro11- ,or xh Purpose of securing the
ln"c hard to keen un with tho re- Eastern agency for tho K. M. F. lino
A Pope-Hartford 40 touring car
has been transformed Into a delivery
wagon for tho Young Cafe. It Is a
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to-date wagon of Its kind In tho city.
The car looks as it It had been orlg-
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Is Intended for, nnd the change Is a
C. Rcnolds has purchased a 7
passorigcr Packard from tnrf von
Hamm-Young people, nnd! Intends to
uso It In tho rent business. It Is a
white car and Is certainly a beauty
to look at.
Clarence Cooke received a fine 7-
seated Packard ex Lurllno, and the
car has been doing flno work around
the city. A 2-cylIndor Ilulck wns
shipped to a plantation man on Ka
uai during tho week.
Tho Cadillacs arc selling very fast,
and no less than fourteon'of tho ma
chines have been dolivcred to fill
back orders. Theso cars qro great
favorltc3 both In town and country1,
nnd H is Impossible to keop up ylth
tho demand for them.
There Is a beautiful Raker Electric
on show nt the von Hamm Garago.
It Is shaft driven, nnd finished In
tho best possible style. Quito a num
ber of these cars aro now In uso In
A now mako of automobile, tho
"Everltt 30," has bedn Introduced by
tho von Hamm-Young people. It is
a car thntvBClls for 1700, nnd Is
built by thd Mntzger Motor Car Com
ipany, Detroit, Mich. The car pos
sesses many new Ideas that Improve
It In many ways. Tho lilstoii and
connecting rod may bo removed with-
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out disturbing the crank shaft. All
tomoMle men will see how much this
means, and there Is no doubt that
it is a great advantage.
Returning from Detroit and New
York with enthusiastic reports of au
tomobile conditions throughout tho
East, Qua Costigan,. president of tho
of automobiles, In an Interview je
"1 found tba manufacturers all work'
Ing oxcrtlmo on their nun models and,
Judging from Inquiries from pros'
pectlvo agents throughout tho country,
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tho coming season will be tno largest
In fl,n lilnln.,, nt 1 n In.lo.l.i, A. l.n
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B M. K factorJ. thcy nro uohln,, ! or.
Am According to their plans, tho
E, M. F. factory will turn out 35,000
E M, F. and Flanders m.icntnea dur
ing tho coming seni.on. Wo will get
from"l000vto 1500 of these machines; volvod Is not known, but tho prop
for this territory. irly Is rcgardod as very valuable.
"Joseph Olllcr.j formc'r.y of tho OH1- ' It hns been known for some tlmo
cr ami Wortlilnstou. one of tho best that tho Cadillac company was
known automobile, men In tho country,
will arrive in this city Monday and
will have charge of tho country busi
ness of our now lines of popular priced
cars. Tho Pacific Motor Car Company
will bo tho distributing point for these
cars for tho coast, nnd this department
will bo In charge of Oilier.
"We will receive tho first shipment
of 1910" Flanders nnd D. M. F. cars
Friday, nnd will be In a position to
placo agencies arid deliver cars Im
mediately after their arrival. Tho
first shipment Is coming by express."
That tho airship Is' taking a strong
hold on tho nttcntlon of local nutomo
bllo agentH Is showrt by tho general
discussion along automobile row as to
tho p03s!blo speed and durability of
tho monoplanes. Practically every1
automobllo dealer n tho city Is cither
planning to represent an airship
agency, or Is seriously considering
purchasing one of tho hoavlor-than air
machines for sport. A. J. Smith, local
agont for tho Klmoro, has oven mado
an airship n featuro of his display In
tho Oakland show. Tho aeroplane.
which Is a small modi), attracts as
much attention as au other exhibit in
One of the biggest real rstalo deals
of tho year and ono with far reaching
effects was made a few vvccKs ago,
when It became known that the De
troit United Railway has disposed of
tho property Including site and build
ings of tho Woodvvard nvenuc Detroit
car house to , tho General Motors
Company for tho uso of tho Cadillac
Motor Car Company, tho factory of
which Is located next to tho barnx.
, Tho D. U. It, property Iior a front
ago or more, than 300f.cl on Wood
ward avenue, being Intersected by
Amsterdam avenuo and runs through
to Cass- avenue. At present the
car barns aro located south of Am
sterdam avenuo and tho car yards
on tho north. .NVhllo the contract
has not jet been tlgnodj the details
haVe nil been agreed upon by Pres
ident Jore C. Hutchlns, of tho D. U.
R., anil W. C. Durnnt, of tho Cen
tral Motors. The consideration In-
crowded for room uud the acquisition
of tho now property will permit It to
Aside from tho sale of the property
tho Important factor Is that tho D. U.
R. will movo Its Woodward lino cir
huuso to Highland Park, whero tho
company purchased a tract of 20 acres
on tho west side of Woodward, Just
north of tho new factory of tho Ford
Motor Co. This purcliasq was made
moio than a year ago ou.tho anticipa
tion that tho tlmo would como when
the ImrnB would hnvc to he moved. I
Is understood that new tiarns will bo
erected during tho next summer.
rroof that there will not bo nn
overproduction of automobiles during
the coming season was received by
Calvin' Sib of tho Pioneer Automobile
Company In tho form of a telegram
from E. P. Brlncgar, president of tho
local concern, to tho effect that tho
Carl Page Automobllo Conipany of
Now York havo sold their allotment
of Chalmers Dotrolt.cars to April 1st,
'and aro offering primiums on Uio
Chalmers 30 and 40 horse-power cars
to bo delivered during February,
March and" April. In hts telegram
Brincgar also stated that ho had mado
efforts to secure additional cars far
tills territory from t)io agents In Wash
Ington Philadelphia,, Boston, Chicago
and 'Omaha, but to' no, avail.,
"Instead of tho manufacturers turn
ing out moro cars'1 than tne agents
can dispose of, this telegram shows
that tho niarkct will bo moro than
strong onough to placo' every motor
car manufactured during tno coming
season," said tho tales 'manager , of
tho Plorieer Automobllo Company. "Wo
havo placed our agencies throughout
tho country In such n way that every
ono of them will betaken caro ofsaa
well' as posslblo, and each agent will
receive his demonstrating cars as per
our arrangement with them. I vx
pect to sco a shortage of cars next
Beason, and that tho agents through
out tho country arc of the, same opin
ion, is shown by their refusal to ills
,'poso of any of their regular allot-
,mcnt to Western agents."
Tho magnificent' trophy offered to
tho winner of the)Now York to Paris
automobllo raco was' presented at a
banquet given last week at tho Auto
TnobHa Club of America to E. It.
Thomas, president of. tho firm which
entered tho victorious car In tho con
Tho Now York to' Paris trophy Is
tho largest of Its kind over made. It
Buiiiun u twi o iucue in iiuikiii Duu
weighs slightly In excess of MOO
"pounds. Tho materials used In .Its
construction aro nil natha to tho four
nations represented In' the raco tho
United States, Franco, Germany and
Italy. The pedestal Is of j green Italian
marble, imbedded In which aro brofizo
plates depleting Interesting and mo
mentous scenes and episodes of the
famous contest. One of them fIiqwb
tho start from Now York. Another
1b of tho Btrcet Immediately In front
of thovomco in Paris of "Io Martin,"
ob tho mud stalnnd, travel scarred vic
tor pulled up there. Still a third
shows tho cars which took part! In tho
raco In tho order In which thcy (In
(shod. i Tho aviation race meeting which
begins tomorrow at Tanforan Is at
tracting a great ' deal of attention
from the motorists of this city1, and
it is expected that sovdrai thousand
motor car owners from the civics
around tho bnj will Journey to Tan
foran to witness tho contests. 'I. 3.
Morse Of tho I-ocomobllo Comnanv
said ycstolday that ho thought tho
tlmo not for distant 'when on automo
bllo agent would havo to sdl aero
planes, and declared that ho was go
Ing to attend tho coming aviation
meet to preparo hliuself on tho details
and other requirements of demonstrat
ing tho heavier than air machines.
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This is the car which has attained on the Mainland suck an enviabla reputation ai
the best hill climber, and the fastest car on the level it kas tatex time iirl again" can of
twice and three times its' cost. ) &
i Becords tiiow that the up-kecp of the Buiek k muok lower trkam most mm;, retail "
bills on the mod'ol "17'' amouni'te'nexA to nothing. ' J
Do you wond.'r why Mainland people are crazy over tkete tars aid tkat it ii almost V&
impossible for us to get delivery of them! , ' ?5
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Be sure to see the Buiek and have demonstration before you
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