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T. II., SATURDAY. MAR. 12, 1910.EVENINQ HULI.ETIN, HONOLULU,
tea I 7 J . $ i.
jSP Tho vnn Hamm-Young Oarage is (The Ignition la Important and slioitlil
HV vnplrlti ikvortlmn In flm rntinlr iln hi. aHntil.t I rttTir.1li.ad nf lutflnl n ut
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Bftjiartinent, .ana Mniiiigcr Hodge re-1
tr' ports sales ns active. A. S. Wilcox
of Kauai hos purchased a seven-pas-
Wnger Packard oar nnd It Is n
, Another fine car, a slx-cyllndcr,
fltMO-horsepower Thomas, has neon
&'f)ld to n local man, nnd a. I'ope-
Hartford that arrived on tho Lurllno
.Jins ntso hcen sold to a Honolulu bus-
Wt J. It. Oalt toured Europe it few
Xtuontlis ngo In a Pope-Hartford car,
Bland the machine Is nt present to be
iVecn nt tho RaraRo. The big car Is
'In excellent condition and Bhows lit-
a tie traces of Its long Journey.
S Manager Seymour of tho Associated
lonrago reports u great demand for tho
Sl'lcrcc-Arrow machine, and tho fac
tirv . nnl nhli. I -hit Ihn rnr nlrk
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rr.nnn.inti in .........It- ll.n Inmt .tnmnnilu
St enough to supply the local demands
5 Mr. Peebles,, of Seattto Is driving a
slx-cyllnder 36 h. p. Plerco-Arrow car
at around Honolulu nt present nnd he
IJEwears by tho machine.
I Mr. Odell has roturned from n trip
Uovcr tho'Itnmnkua district of Hawaii,
fand reports his Hudson Twenty as
having done flno work. Worn Hllo to
lionnkna was tho first stage of Odell's
Jriin. and he did tho dlstanco In live
Jhours. It ralneil heavily nil tho way
jfniiit tho-mud was.n horror; from Ho-
fnokaa to Walinea tho road was In a
fearful state, but tho Uttlo Hudson
(i,covcre(l tho dlstanco In 90 minutes.
Then the run down tn Kawalhao was
fmado In forty-flvo minutes nnd tho
steamer caught to Honolulu.
Tho EOO-mlles-no-slop-c'iiRlno run
will bo undertaken by Odell In tho
, Hudson heforo long and that should
1u a. supremo test of tho strength of
j,lho low-priced machine.
' Tlio Associated Garago sold n six
cylinder 48 h. p. Plcrce-Arrow to Wan
Ll,,cis Gay of Kauai and another six cyl
inder 38 h. p. to P. K. Howard. Three
g.,irIudgon's arrived on tho I.urllne,
, Tha Schumau Garago received a
T touplo of Locomobiles by tho Lur-
V ...J'ne.and moro are on tho way. Theso
f ' .. ..car nra hecnmln? frreat fitvnrltes
K' ,.vlth. tho Honolulu buyers, nnd there
; ,fe numerous inquiries about them.
,K. Tho Velio car, which has been ad
mired so much by auto people, Ib tlo
ivlng good work, and already there
.i.nro several orders In for tho ma
f. cJilnes. The popular E. M. F. is al-
, ' ,wuyn In demand, also, and tho fac-
. tory can not keep paco with the local
)t i, i The Flanders, which Is hullt to
. !.oll at a low figure, will nrrlyo soon,
.' nnd then people of moderate moans
.iiwlll bo able to Indulge In an auto
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ni Alto iitjipviiuwcr m iiio iiiuiur w,
tu- i "iisuai question uskcu. me mnKer. rates
a l tho cngino and this, rating Is generally
M -fslvcu. Thero haa.bccn no way of rat
H J .oing yet doviscd which Is nccopted.wlth-
I -out question. The valves, flywheel,
'carburetor, bore, stroko. Ignition, bear-
j .Mngs, balance, and nil other things
. .which aro of material consequence to
t .accurate horse-power rating leaves this
.. matter subject to dlsputo.
, i Tho association of licensed automo
! . .Mle manufacturers. (A, L. A. M.) base
,sho horse-power rating In consideration
I nf 1000 foot of piston travel In one
, .minute of time. Tho number of ro
.v.'volutlonB per mlnuto of tho crank shaft
i will vary In engines of different stroke
'Consequently engines that aro H-lnch
, difference In stroke will both bo rated
thirty, horsc-powor. Tho speed of tho
enclne will not be thn samo however If
i- .vtho A. I,. A. M. formula Is used, which
mo uore multiplied uy uscir, times
i tho number of cylinders, divided by Zi
.lathe horse-power of tho cngino' with
.the pistons moving 1000 feet per
- mlnuto. Tho revolutions per mlnuto ro
,(qulred to develop this Jiorse-Jpowcr
will depend upon tho length of the
jfitroke. As tho sped' Is decreased ,thc
.(liorsc-powcr will bo rated less and! an
CJncrcaso 6f speed will mean Increaso of
( The carzureter supplies tho motor
..with tho proper fuel. Tho manufactur
er has usually fitted the ono most sat
isfactory to his own machine. Al
' though thcro'may bo other carbureters
h. r -
, thnt will give" equal results. Tha pow
t vcr Is derived by explosion of tho prop
t "jer mlxturo of gasoline (vnporlzcd) and
fc ralr, Tho liquid gnuollno Is not 6X
'i'- ' Dloelvo and only has that nronorty
" ,,when mixed with air. Proporly. mixed
)') with air, and comprossod in tho cylln-
i'F 'ders It becomes tho means of driving
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. uiu inbiuua ujr luu UApiiusiuii ul iuu
''gas, whon Ignited. Dllferont propop
'Jtlons of air will, produco different "ra'
f suits nnd different carbuertors provide
r'dlfforent adjustiucnts for tho propor
lllons. Onco lwopcrly adjusted the, car
Miureter should lie adjusted only fpr ex
'tremo weather conditions nnd nover
''l)y,.guo8s. ' .
. A.prptjy safe rulo In "lay tho blamri
'on. tho carburetor last," unless you
U -' 'Ignition.
W'v '"'Tho Ignition of tho mlxtMro la by
4, 'means of on cloctrlo spar): between
'.nno'noints " inn , spars piutc. 'inn
'V -' ' ?'.rlJi B,i011"1 "Ronr wimo tno j?aij Isiiiuiiny .10 whir ;ng uiacn ,raan, j
A i 'ioinprpssed. and tho piston ,1s reads-. "Tho Johnson backerlji .can .take a
fme .1" 'tn 'pommehco the downw'ard travel, chance on lirealilnir me If thev hre
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Tho tlmu at v.'hlch tho spnrk occurs
1 1 1 nnlor the centred of th'c drivel by
luoann of tint spark lever nntl may be
advanced nti.l retarded nt will.
I If tlio lever la advanced too far tho
(spark will occur before tlio gas Is com-
pletely com pressed and while the pis-
ton is coming up. This will causo, a
pounding of tho engine or a "spark
knock." end the lever should be re-
tnrded at unco, If tho knocking still
continues tho Rears .hould bo skirted.
To allow your puglnu to knock and
pound Is gross abuse.
On the other hand tho spark may bo
used too much retard In which enso
itlic spark wl I occur long ntter iho
piston has started, down. In fit elng late
' m,"h uf,,h? T" v T " runB,!l
I wltU 'en,fl,l,'i , '.k " ,".
. '?'" B,b cn,n lo ,,eat
""TO ,llan norma'. ,
The magneto is moro flcxlblo than
tho battery In caring for the different
speeds and docs not require lis close
attention to obtain satisfactory ire
suits. Tho maximum of power and
r.il'eago (nr tho amount of gasnlno
consumed will he obtained however by
having thi spark correct nt all times.
Cooling and lubrication will he spoken
of together ns It Is linposslblo to cool
nn engine which Is not receiving lubri
A perfect oiling system simplifies
the cooling greatly nnd tho reverse Is'
also true. Tho cooling will depend
upon tho rndlntor which will bo, of
greater capacity In tho Thermo" Syphon
cooling system than Is necessary In
pno using a pump to forco tho circula
tion. An onglne properly lubricated
should bo capablo of nn all day per
formance and ready for the next with
no trouble ns regards tho cooling. A'
high speed of tho engine should not
be maintained while traveling with
tho car In tho lowet gcqrsi
Tho high Roar Is for speed. The man
that bears those facts In mind has
saved himself n lot of trouble and ex-
penso -while his car has an A No. 1
character In tho neighborhood which
ho should have crciHt for as wcll
Rounding corners nt top speed, sud
den stops by locking tho wheels Ith
tho brakes and the slam bang stylo of
Bomo would-bo "nrtltts of tho wheel"
aro not. only dangerous to tho gcnqral
public and doservo criticism but, will
tear tho car nnd tires literally to
pieces. This stylo of would-be driving
Is placing moro cars out of commission
than any othor one thing.
An investment of from one to seven
thousand dollara la Intrusted to an, In
competent lMTson by tho owner when
tho samo amount of actual cneh of oth
er property would bo watched with a
zealous' eye. Tho depreciation would
bo materially reduced If half this, In
terest 'fere displayed In tho. motor car
to say nothing of the saving In repair
bills, and tho Increased service and
satisfaction. Tlio wondor Is that tho
car givesas much service and as little
troublo as It does. Tho entire .car In
detail can become familiar to any one,
of common Intelligence with vcry,li(tlo
study and tha truth of this statement
is attested by the fact thai probably
your boy of perhaps 10 years can talk
"carbureter, valves, throttle, spark,
etc.," while you wpndcr whore he gets
his Information. It's his boyish curios
ity and tho repair man answers Jila
questions. It however requires the
cooler judgment, of moro mature .years
to comprehend tho vnlue of tho .car and
thb boy may be Inclined to "speed her
up a little" and do '.'tho grand stand"
without regard to the rights bt pedes
trians and others. .Getting. back to the
car Itself, however: The steering,
clutch, goar chnnge, and drive shc-ujd
be familiar to the man at the wheel,
not only for emergency In 'case of, re
pairs but that he may know what
changes aro taking place In tho opera
tion of tho machine, Every car' should
be equipped with a first-class speed
ometer. You may not wish to tryjfor
the fifty or sixty miles per hour which
tha car may bo capable, of hut, you
may wish to know how many miles tho
tires rolled, heforo you had a puncture
or a casing rctrontod. Or how many
miles. you covered using that 'tank; of
gasollno which you paid an extra fiya
cqnts per gallon for, or how many
miles 50" havo driven this moijth,
which has cost you so much total, or.
how fdr It Is .from here to thoro where
ypu drive In 31 minutes, or when you
hnvo ten mllos to go and 30 mlnutea
to mnko it In, If you' aro rtojng fthe
twcnty.mllo-an-hour clip which yon
JEFFS PAftTHER WJLL ' ;
, . 5JAKE AIL ON IP
lack Kipper Ready to Back Jeff for
All 'Hit Worldly food, ,'
LOS XNCEIiES, February' 27, ,
Should disaster overtake Jim Jet-
fries when he meets Jack Johnson
ju the ring nexVJuly, the knockout
blow will also reach Jim's business
iiartnerJack Kipper, who announces
mat 110 win noi practically every
dollar that J10 .possesses on Jeff's
Remarkable record submitted
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V6n Hamm-YoUng CO., Ltd., Sole
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iWi- "nt "ViJm ?.?'; i, - visrenc uerry, tne weauny op- I.nngford to catch mo out of condl- American garnet and th succsEtMl-hai made 'It necessary.
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tf".tf;7,i" U0' ,. .. ,-' induct .of;.eague..,ba,oball.nyoIfo4.e.curj,cerVyiho
ber tonlht. "I'll h.t rin' thrfV.it ho holt .ti, ., n.it- nt i . ., ',.'. '""." ''" a grcator expenditure of time and carrying out of club
Hj&!'ih!M r?V?.4: iu n.e. "' months-alo. nn- date or tho Flrniuniford go. A TJiTlll W W";!!W
imwi ii rnu nt uod aug tun in nouncta nis intentions-of liacklnt: Mnrph, 17th u t,nt
T!?, .,-,-, ' Jikrls with a .malt fortune, .lid ed as a holiday, tho
:i'WhI,,wn. WW- will null probability be, ono of tho that ho may be able
i.ifT., o.j uiwH rtiumra to mi hmtissi nnanciai Dackers oi iio ler
' J" enouin io',taova,'mi wat m white champion. on
uouiiM is wnj,i woqia emit f,.cincn, jrom tne present tone or tho bet- V
bet. He'll knock JoM'SOn 'Out ind 'ii'tlH on the must ItiU nnli- n'mnltnr hln
M will tUrnth.' trlck qtiliK il 9 Hours and J.ffrles will rule a left for Chicago hi. luofnlng Con """j"1 , Cm ,b ?,Velfc,t0 lt M ., th. "llay when the clubs wero
It wilt look llki a loki ' sttniii ? in '1 i.,n;n. h.r. ,. u. I 1 . ,",,,. . 8llcl' nn Important, wlflospreadlng "go ng to p eces" at all Btngos of ,tho
hlTOVVllH'S& nVZ'tTr turn tLo 'Aug"! s W thoaffa.rsof th.jp.MI. bVeba.lseU3thoro was r the closo
Jim recently'llippVout on th. Jo. Woodman, accompanied by on March iBth 6 nqin -0 com'uc In ft catch-as-cateh- ownership and org.nlsatkm hero U
'quiet ind c6yera .my ao liro 84m L&ngford arrived tonight. a ij ti can manner. It must be organiied to nor, fciperlenco his taught tho club
Johnson money 1 could fl'd? I t Woodman will i0l to Arcadia tomor- ti . .J . . ,u Ul ,aet AeBxoeJ T"cra ro b har1 nackcra, they must, twork .tpgothor. in
HiL.?.rS!X ?:X..-3 2:s5 w:i S'S? ?..Wi.K0;tO.i..r.C la..t?n0r: T'10 rl",rt thaf t,tho'reoqnt annual and fast' rulcswhereof observanco Is order that 'tho league may bo success-,
Johnson money I.could find., JMm.1 'vYooaman win go -to Arcadia tomor- Tho ronort that at thn 'recent nnnnn
stolen a march oh n, .r(-y had for Ungford , League cub owners, held at Chicago
gqne oyer ,tho Pt, w.l f."l mr ., .Flynnworltcd before a thou- tho league's president. Dyrbn Bancrofi
of me ana the Inalcatlohs are sand UkWrCr. . tiWi,?. P.rh liT- VJ":M"" ??""
h' - ..' .ir.rfJ 1.. 'in'Ann '.
he .has .already placed 110,000 afjernoon,
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wvi,,u - '. iy yiwwH, uiibv in ,b. mioii
rif - - .Tr' . yv'' ;-. rt'-. - -'"
7, and I wil) bt more than volunteer.
if i r.n ..lnro .11 nt m mn iKm a.i..
If l.cah placft all , of, my o- three weeks
at Hits figure,
m omee mm proves
tfi Wm:3M' JIIM
Equivalent to 16 times around the
world 398,884 miles at a total re
'" 'pair cosf of $5l21! ,
That is the amaaing record reveal-
v cd by the statistics just compiled
- from the experiences of 75 Cadillac
"Thirty" owners in New York City
i acd vicinity.
It is doubtful if the entire history
of travel and transportation steam,
,- electric or jjasoline can show a case
of parallel economy. .
L V There was in this instance no spe
cial striving to attain a minimum.
The 75 owners went their separate
way3 with their Cadillac "Thirtv"
cars, each without reference to the
They took no special precautions,
but drove where they pleased, whenv
thev pleased, how they pleased;
, without the slightest idea that, their
erperiencc was to be made a matter
At the close of 1909 statistics were'
collected and comniled from the
signed statements of the 75 users.
It was found that, the 75 cars had
. traveled a total distance of 398,884
miles, or a distance equivalent to
16 trips around the .world.,
,nn Forty-six of the owners had no
" repair cost whatever not a single
Ipenny in Unite of the fact that
some of them had driven their, cars
as much as 18,000' miles.
The Highest ' individual repair
-charge for the entire year was that
of one user,, whose car .cost him
' for special reasons which did not
reflect upon the construction in anv
way 10, the distance it carried
being 9,000 miles.
Eleven of the' others expended
during the year from 25 cents to 50
cents. The average distance travel
ed was 5,318 miles per car, yet. the
average repair, expense was less than
71 cents per car. . ,
The signed statements of these 75
i i . T .' " - --v- -- -"""'", luuivcimi mr n term oi uuiu tnobo in others.
boxlnk four rounds with twrniv vnn, ni,,. .ninrv ni tonnnn n i.i 1 ,-..,, ..
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niiu uirua ruunu8 wiin 11 vnnr u nn, oi.p.,P
'." "" u year, is not stir nr
t, iin u -ai7ifcicu uuwii iu iiGHi niinritinii
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. i. i ii i i v .' 7 . ' " uiuiuui uuniu mr uio iuuuuui uo- uiiii nnii rair treatment tor ovoryuotiy,
of hard labor," sal- tudo to which baseball has attained Jii nonds unon nli:th6 dub. Btsvln'ln ihn n'n.i'i h,.' Mi hi.itn.n ,i.;i
No chance in the world for this country. It Is
nlinnrn In tIi uriclrl Vr tl.l.. . .'..-.. it i
5. Cadillac "Thirty" owners in New
cents, per car
users showed further that the aver
age gasoline Consumption for the
touring scan was one gallon for each
15 miles of travel and one quart of
oil for each 175 miles of travel. The
Scmi-Tonneau cars showed an aver
age of 17 miles for each gallon
of gasoline and 200 miles for each
quart of oil. Some users obtained
20 or more; miles for each gallon of
gasoline, but the figures first given
are averages. .
There is no disguising the fact
that this record has proved a revel
ation, even, to automobile manufac
turers themselves, ,
It proves beyond a doubt what,'
the Cadillac Company has always
maintained, , that the elements in
motor car construction which are
absolutely necessary to economy and
immunity from repairs are scientific
design, standardization, accuracy of
.workmanship and correct alignment,
Also that necessity for repairs is the
result' of poor design, inaccuracy off
workmanship, fllfittintr, and incor-.
rectly aligned parts,
A year or more' a"o they proved
before the E'oyal Automobile Club of
London, that three Cadillacs could
be torn down; all the parts thrown
in a pile: a portion of these; parts ,
discarded and new ones substituted,
and the three cars built up again
from the heap of -parts to run with
absolute sweetness and without so
much as an iota of looseness.
For this the Cadillac was award-'
ed the Dewar Trophy, s
'And now1 comes another demon
stration which' simply emphasizes the
fact, that the convictions of the. Ca
dillac i Company as to" the essentials
of a long-lived, serviceable and (eco
nomical car i are correct,
Cadillao measurements are finer
in' a greater proportion of essential
parts, than those f any other car in
the world finer than the costliest
cars made, i. ;
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promoter figures "onu ToTt bXml" mGch mZn their business In a-marinor that makes'
to drawn heav- JF. ". ZJU,?IP& A niVtit ;-.ti.-. . 'i3...
staging 'tho bout l, ,, ,.-
afternoon. -...i .. ., jnv.nlwj ,.
rln,.nCnl!y,..nC'C0'J,panJ.0l!.by tt mako nccossiry the
it K 'Am.lH ..T1. ". ' .' '
tiiu ntcGssary tor xno perpetuity 01 tne rut and give to tne puniicMno wnci
g0, Bl'iort. Tho samo conditions that bind ortiaseball' that It h' learned tn do-
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nap uuuiii- uiou every uiayer anQ upon tnosa cm-
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