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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. - H., ?.TV?,rAY. AF?.. ?, lfiO,
.J. ingcr Sutnntir Hall nf the Ao j i, -', Vi i
ri ili , ClnrnEc leporm a mm bus- in li i i
wek ntnl nmnv sains and aiilvnls of Kmi'l mil i in
in w mndilncs. Two Chalmers Octmlf Inu tin- n.
cam wore sold nnr In IM Dulsenlierg fni aide I ii .
iiinl the other to Arthur Collins or l'uu
The HtiilRon Twenty Is going off
well, too, and V I. Mcllrydo. of
i 0 i ik H'lltl n Wli
il ii is Compinv it
v ir .ih il 'dvrrptl dil.'
TIiIh MI' 1h making n
hhIi.ii on i vcr.tnlu wliii
sees II nnd thr pi Ice Ik loasiinnblo
Ah soon tA the I'l:indor Par arrives
there will lip b BriMt mill in see what
Kami, bought oiio last wfok. . Oiip Ik chimed to lip Mm tt imv priced
HK'i Hudson wns shipped jo Maul ly innriiliio that Is hitlli nmv-n-ilnys. It
ihe'Claudlno. The low priced machine v.lll siuprl' iipoplp who think that n
r becoming very popular. I cheap eni can h no com. A shipment
TJio I'ierce-Anow inacliliies arp oon or l'lan.ler slmilcl soon nrtlve In Ho
i 4reil to lip tho last word In auto nnlnltt, and nlnii(l the Sohiimuh r,''
li ding and they nrp fitted out with pie havo been asked' about the pari. "
- nblnatlon gas nnd clpptriP h-ad-j 1 h" rnmlnr I! ?l V cirs nro golni?
HsJrtP. A power nlr pump In also u-ir.n Jusi a- strung i t'Vcr nnd I In1 do
hi illptl on tho Plerce-Arrow cars, nnd mand rnr 'linn never appe.irs tnslac'k
ii I'rcvto-lllo Innlt Ir rarrlPd In a con- en All over the group the I! M. P.
nlenl pninpaiililPlit. Two of these '3 ' Is to lie mciJii hnil lliero In haul
machines have boon orderetl by llnno-'lv n village' Ar iMtitalli,'i on th- other
, tnlu people one goes to I K Howard Inlands whole the cirs lnve not been
nnd the other to Krancls Onv of. The Mlti-he'l s another car which
l'aual. IiIm Schttmail RuniB? handled handlili
pric.l car, and cn tha.t.:hcaia fc-(-,iiit
rr pcpul.u In tlii. nr
UuIIp n iinnihPi of IiuiuIiIpi have
hecu tnndn nhnut thin machine, nnd
the prospects of a largo njimbcr of
"sales In tli tx pity tccnt litlgnt.
Tho Associated Oarage In hntidllug
the Stewart Precision Carbureter nnd
Il has hecu Installed In many other
ears besides thp one-t the Assoclajed
, Manager Hodge of the von Hanim
Yoing Oarage Is a busy man Just'now
and lie ami his stnff of oxjiert mechan
ics are t) their eyes In work. And tho
vales department Is nlso going at full
speed. .Jinny cars have heen sold to
nrrlve and the ijeniand for the makes
of, machines handled hy tho rtu
llamm-Yonnii Is riowIiir larser every
The Claudlne )cstpnlay took nn
Overland car to J. Wpldeyer of Iji
lialna; a six cylinder 40 h. p. Thomtiw
Bovcn passenger car has liccn Tinr
clinsed by John HoKg of l.lliue, Kauai.
In the near futiiro and they both hnvo
lieeu sold In advance. .'
Salesman Ho wen of the Rnrauo tins
licen away on I In wall for a month pi
no; ho reports InvltiR dono some fine
business for the on Hannn-ynitni;
KaniRc, AmnnK his sales weru an
Ovirland runabout to Charles WentU
crlico, bookkeeper at Olan plantation.
.loli n Scott of tho IIIlo SiiEar Coinnanv
iniifhn'flcd a Cadillac. Two other cars
nf Ilulck and nn Olds, were olit III
lliei Volcano Stahles Co,
Howes establlntied somo records" oil
llio 1Ir Island nnd made a run-to Konn
over the lava: ho had no tire trotiblo
nmr thinks that If tho (rip Is made at
nt easy pncit-lt .h- nlrlRht,
nnd tho shlphuut of new ones that Is
expected to arrive win. will open th
cjes of those pe'ople who think' the
Mitchell car Is the hinis as the old
mode). The new mnU'l Is a trp.nt Ini
irnvemcjit. and us tho Mitchell 1
known to have very powerful eiiRln?s,
snd tho new firs will be finished In
up-to-date Rtjln theie Is sure to lip a
Kreat demand fur thein.
Ah an Instance of bow pilvately
owned ninehlnes aie oumiIiik lliir tent
liutoiuolilUH II h sIIIcIpiiI to k.I that
at a IiIk leieiilli Riven the other
nlRht, Hit re neiu slxl.v prlvu e liui
chlnes and four lent c.irs present. A
car nRii the figures would almost
have been icvcrsed that Is countlits
the trips made with "loads" hy (ho rent
Two I'ackards nro expected to nrrlvcH-. laical people nrp verv hnspltablc
also, nnd whenever u . cisttil friend1
hlilp Ik made on liouid ship whoil coin
Iiir to Hawaii, the firs' llilns ioik Ijy
tho local piople Ik to make rniiml-IJir-'
Island trips and other exqurnlons ulili
the visitors an passensers. Tio lent
innnjs quickly loslus his qlil-tlme bits.
Iness and It Is predicted that before
verv lonR there will not be vciy many
Rood, lilKh-prlccd cais In thp rent bus
The Hnjiics nutomnblle, which Is
JieiiiR put on the local market by J.
A. Oilman of this city. Isbullt by
tho people who. made tho f.rst Amer
ican tar, way ba; In 1S93.
Tho Haynes U n linn medium-
Wheik asked for nn out line of his
polliVj, Mr. It. I). Chapln, who was
electPii a few days nRo to the prcrl
dency of the IIiuIhou Motor Car Coin
pany. said, In the first Interview ho
has Riven to the piesit:
"Tho wholo Idea of the-Hudson Mo
tor Car Company, Its conduct nnd de
velopment, Is to satisfy the critical
buyer of inotori cars' with -unusual
miality nt nn tiniisual price.
"Motor car construction Is thorough
ly stand.irdlred today. Tho hlKhest
types of cars, both In this country mid
abroad, have certain tlrflnito fixed
piliielplcR of etiRlneerlni; prnctlce
widen differ so sllshtly as to make Jho
illfference morel) one of personal npln
Ion. All hlRb Riade e-trs embody the
snnio principles, r.n t even In their np
Plication produce the same result b)
means whlili differ so sIlRhtly ns to
make a novelty In construction nnwa
da)s n raru 'llilltK Indeed.
'Somo yoars, nso. Mr. II. II Coftln
mid myself decided thai the time had
come to embody the standard prln
clples of mnltir car building, as ex
emplified In hlKlir prlciul cars, In a car
which could be profitably hold nt JICOO
Tho problem was not in discover nny
tbliiK new, but to take that which had
pioven Itself to be bcKt, hnd to work
out n plan nf manufacture without
waste: which vvnulif-nTi'vbfo tbo nrortnel
to bo turn e, out within n Riven price
'flguie. The result was 'a car, which
Is Rcnernlly udmlltpd to lio by. rnr tin
most successful IGU0 car .
"Tho reason for the llndrim, both
roatlster uiid tourlns car ypc, vva,s
Hint H)e Hint' hnd romo to rd ono st p
furtlie)- In the same dliectldn nnd to
produce the) tmiio suit of car, stand
aril In evenr particular, Fatlsfyln;: In
')ovvc, nppearahec nnd finish nt a fls
tire unheard if for thin class of car.
"Our pt-dhlem was not to produce
FomethliiR' new In design, hut to take
the standard features, common to the
high prlcod cars, and by nil, advance
in lnnnufncturlnR methods, mako-l1'
Bible their uso nt a IlKiiro within tho
prlco we had In mind. Tho Hunault
typo of 'motor was Rood enoimh for us.
and we used It. T sltdliiR Rear
s?lectlvo type transmission, with
thiee speeds forward and reverse'.cx
nctly ns used In tho most expensive
rarB. was tho only thins wo could con
sider. The -coolliiR system, clutch,
frame, front nxfe, r'iir nxlo brakes,
steering Rear, sprhiRS, Miutrol Ignition,
nil tho ImiKirtnnt features of motor
car construction, worrt to be exactly
as' used In standard cars In well
known hlRh priced makes. It wns obvi
ous that we must not have un experl
mcntil datura In the car.
"Wp arri verv r,roii.l oK t.hat wp
liavu produced In the iTiiihii'li motor
ear. It has been our enovt to put, ev
ery dollar possible Into the jirodnc,
nnd to'savo money for the, consumer.
How vell wo hnvi' mtccVeloil hi shown
hy tho fact thaicreral lliou.iful ViBeVb
or Hudson roadsters Ha)' Uiat tht'aVK
wtldonl 6(n at a inltch' lilsHor-' Men
ami wi'j are onirtcril In l-r ihfs speak
fn 'Ihirodnctfon of tlit fry TlititAsti
touring car., nilnoijfipol II) trip iitinlle
this week; illnl willi Wt rfgihl to
b6 tho last word In iuoiiii cir xnlit'
' " - IN TRAINING
t.-;tn tr h5r vh-.t tl.- y::r.ntrt -.r" "hirh 'Kail fc? i.!p ta hi! 1 HVS-.T. in
tlottiK iii that futt or th? r.i.intij ni.i).-.. league campati).
J'iheie me placefl In be lllled on tb.' lietiolt has gone lo Ran Anlnnlo,
rrim- nnd ,ther(f"ippe!n-r."tri W Wmf 'itxas, a pinee wnien is nni mm wuicii
ltio.1 men to nil tliem. Uiilosa Stall- is Rood for tho veterans. Jennings will
wvs should decide thnt tho comblna- put practically the Vnmoteam 'into tho
Hon of Austin lind Foster un iho left field 'that ho used In 19(19 and ns It Is
side of tho Infield Ik too much on th a team which has hnd the'vftdvantago
midget llp. ltV"l'l "'ft he surprising of playing togethpr, It will he a busy
to st'Cii nn Inlleld compospd t Cllase, nllio Tor Hip other cuius tins year.
i,u inu iimi wiiiii in iiiuiui i;i- vhiii- ' ' (. i;iy aRl
giving to "tho imlilfc us It dooVnJg . . , " lofenoilgh
fast, powcrfiii. lienhtifui. rofmlv todr iCnlcaRO Americans Compelled to do1;,, nJor lt
l.M .i...l 1, t ' .'l,..l-. I ' r,1 1?Aa J. HamAIhm.1 !h HJjih An
lug car, standnril In every' particular
for iBop. ' ";,r
This Is ml oxprcvslnn of otir jinffrV
which' wo cannot better."
Hero Is what tho Cjclo nnd Automo
bile Trade. Journal says of the Hu.l
"While at (llii Hudson factory, thli
wilter was given a demonetrntlnii In
ono of tho 1910 four-cylinder Hudson's',
In I ho cnui-Ko ol which various roaiU
were traversed, nnd It may bo well to
mention thnt all this occurred In tho
rain. Asa speed tost a rim was taken
out over ono of tho best stretches tha
abound in thnt section, and the llttlo
cur r.howtd up remarkably well nt
"Qulet'actlon is a feature of the car
at high Eiistnlned Bpecd, nnd It holds
llio load remnrkably well; there Is
that absence of side swny so nollco-
ablo on many light cars. The "iiglne.
both on Ihe Invcl 'and liking srndes
wns consistent In porfiirmnnce, nnd
tho clutch action wns very satisfactory,
urn! Just to prove thatjhc gears could
bo Hhlfted from ono rjieed to another
very qulotly the operator went through
tho threo tpceds. The motor was eg'
pedally erponrlve to the throttle and
regardless '(.f what the load might be.
the peirormance was consistent
Shortly after leaving tho factory n
bear the music of the Irill and bat
near tho canebrake mid the cotton
flplds and know that It Is tlm.t lo lie
Bin their spUng moving.
Vfp havo had Ihe (Hants out In Tex
for two weeks. Theie has, been nd
lilllmatlon ns to'whlili pl-iyers mo to
bo chosen to make the rcgulnr team,
but there has Wen p'phty of work, and
It hits not b"pn mlsplnced in nil Vo
spects, Judging by tho reports fronl
Hy lonioiiilw- the Highlanders will
begin to stretch their muscles it
Athens 01. In it no her week wo ulinll
Si t: tt :: :: : :: :: :: t: :: :: :: :: n :: :(
In VIpvv of tho fact that sonic thhty
thoiisniid Cadi lac cirs -Including Ihe
earllc-.t models, which dale back to
1B'J2 aie n nso all over tho world,
tho great Infreqiiency of cills fiom
Ciullll.ic ovvuem fui1 new parts Is little
loss tbnn i ciiiiii liable'.
l'erhuis no piilKKiipply department
multitalnod by miy motor car f.iclnry Is
moro complete than that at the Cadil
lac plant In Detroit. Here Ih kept rt
rainstorm blew nn. ncciiinc.inle I bv n I stock oT ilunlfcnte uarts Tor overv' es-
stirt gale. Then Just lo demonstrate! sciitln,! pa'il i am tin uism to tin
that the little car cuuld traverse ilenii Riifulioit lntmlmrat',i In the cinstrue
and nnd mud the driver hit or tho Hon ol every Cadillac" model. In1,vil,
open country, wheie the roads arc ir It wore n 'ccssury it I'.ullllne iiwner
mere npuloglos. Ote vehicle lifter an- could pmciiir from this Ftnek, nil ihe
other of all descriptions follow along pal Is necCES.uy to liudd n dupticim oi
In tlto wake of tho one prefedlng, so the car ho b.-iutht. llinusht 11 were a
deep ruts nro tho result. Ilaln the 1 90S model. KtitwIllisUnirug that
day before lcndorcd this partlculai tlieie nio 39i0O Cadillac cars Irl active
stretch not tho best Imaginable. In use, two or three e'erks look after all
some places deep r!ols of water word I tiib busliiers of this departmant so
encohntcrod and tho manner In which low arc tho orders for rparo parts,
the car held tho roal was coilinlend- Nor ildea thhi appear liainual In tho
able. Tho Spring action was most sat-' light of tho fact that tho 'Cadillac
Ufuctory and there was not that iM- Company which Iiuh T(ppl In close
cliled harsh nctlon at often npparent lourh with Us oars rvom ye.ir lo year
in some cars, but rather a smooth, cany through Its dealers liav no record of
rlee and fall devoid ot illscnjnrurt.ian) 'n Cadillac, ever having -gone out of
ono was not trounced nil ovtr tho eonmilsslcn rlmply becauso It "wore
(lai'-ilner. Kostfr and Austin when the
rearon besliw In lht Amerlcait Leigiie.
SHOWINQ FORM ''"Hler''' v'ork v,nH nilniliwl hy many
(WIipii ho played Khorlslop for Jersei'
, ( City last yi'ar, and If lid Is pnsspssel
1 hyslral endurance to stand
Icacuu camiinlzn. he will lion-
i'crUJcnr.as.roiiHiiu 141 uiucr u ,uo Ihe position 111 a niannrjo please
Jlcac'h. California,. , thif-baschSii "fnns" of this city
n, ',, 1, 'rrr-"." ! Jr.lereiled n Brooklyn.
IMoirgl. idjrir mttnb li.ifi.lnll leims 'ij,Q itronkl)iis nro working- hard nl
my nrncijHiiiK in llin Sniith 10 Iic-k.ii ii UnYBprltigs-hnrtler, In'fnrt. than Ihev
nw'nken Ihu-lrihllis. mys n New York .,. i..... Worlttnir for sonin tlmejl".
till .1 . .. .. H., . 1 .... .. . . ' .
ers are mitlclp.itlng good results irnm
tho management of Dahlcn, wliu Is
making his ittdmt nt the head of a ma
jor league team.
The Clncliinatls nro nlso at Hot
Springs, Ark. (Irimth believes that ho
has tl team' which will make a better
(bowing than thnt of 1909. 'Tho earn
estness of this man ns a manager has
never been questioned, and rest ns
siircnMhat ha will throw all his best:
efforts Into planning out tho campaign
Tor 1910. The slogm In Cincinnati
t.. a I....I K.,... V...l. .!. .-..-...,1.'
Ill III I1VUL tl'l. 111IK llll 1IU fe!.'UfUll H
ouhnnge.; As-Uio wmiuth or the sun f,nR rrnrtctli Tlcro h plenty
penctrntes n little furtl... iinrth, thd t,Mt In the Brooklyn nine this )0.1
blijls Villi come with II. for they em.i' Kiuse local enthusiasts, if ntnio n'.
work. They arctiH claiming the cliam
plon'shlfrnut flicro, lint have n'hdilnn
that they are likely to time thp Gl-
'Thp Hoston Anierlcin I.eagto club Is
also at Hot Springs. Tlicro Is another
loam which thinks of tho pennant
Vhen It thinks of Hip- year to come.
Wei'e it u lemn n lllt'e slrongpi- in
plttheis II might begin th cry rnr a
champtoiiKhlp Hag. Hxcept rnr pltili
em. It rates very high.
The Chicago National are taking the
balhs nnd n llttlo exercise at yesl
llpilen. Iinl., nnd shortly vv-III'ro tothe
far South to work. Iwlslnni will ho
I ! spring camping gtiuinl of llin
Cubs, nnd I hey, too, if 10 In ftr hard
woi It, because llfoy need It, nnd their
iiinnaRPp knows It.
FARTHEST FROM HOME. ,
Away out on tho Pacific coast ihe
Chicago Americans a en just beglunlns
work. They hnd HicMinrilPHt kind, of
a time to get there. Owing to floods
they had to go as far north ns Port
land. Ore., before they could turn Into
Cleveland's team Igjlnwn In nno'her
coiner of I.oulslunn, wth "Dcacin
Jim" McGuIro Hying to solve the
problem of inaklng ir(an Indeld, which
shall use all of his stars to tho beat
advantage and build tip nn outfield
Tho Philadelphia Nationals are nt
Southern 1'lneft. 8. C. tvhero Doofln Is
hnnilllng Ilip managerial reins. I.lllln
has been done thus far, except In glvo
thp (dayers plenty of team work mid
try to discover among tho youngstcra
011? who will be n success In left field.
Athletics for Georgia.
'Some of tho Philadelphia Americans
ore nt Hot SJirlngs, Vn., taking tho
baths. All of them shortly will ho In
Ocorgla. Th'o St; 1.qiiIh teams, tho
liostonl Nationals nnu Pittsburg win
ho tho liiHt lb' be under way, but It Is
only a innttei'of days befnro they will
begin preparation Mr thp season In
In all tho clubs, with Iho posslb.e ex
ception or the New York Nationals,
who hnve been practicing longer than
the others, It has boon Itnposslhlo to
find n true lino on the younger players.
The (Hants havfc picked up ono or two
Pitchers who look Very promising and
tho chances arc that, they havo secur
ed at loan ono piod outfielder from
tnc dnng men who linvo been signed.
Two weeks from now all the teams
will begin in shh'rio iip'ticKcr and an'
opportunity will do' had 'to measure
!.o ability nt somo of tho men who
'must be' 'secured fo (111 places' which
have been loft vacant by Hie Inroads of
ti It tt
Jl ho executives of the Packard -Motor
Cur Company Monday night Ravo
a farewell dinner nt -the Log Cabin
Inn In Mr. l-'W. OintJIng, who has
reslgneti ns assistant sales manager
of Iho Packard Company to becomo
aecoclritcd with Alvan T. Fuller, tho
Packard dealer In Iloston.
There was rpucli Informal spsccli
making which hinged ypon tho flvo
years that Mr, (-inkling has. boon '
wllh the Packaid Company and upon
tho pai-ilor days when ho wns a chain
liltin bicycle ilder. 110 was presented
vllh 11 traveler's tcpeatlng elbek.
Mr. Conkllng will lake charge of Iho
Fuller organization, which" has In
ei cat oil to excopttonal proportions for
1 retail establishment, not ' only
through tho natural growth of tho
business, but especially becauso of. tho
recpitt eree'lon of n .largo service
building which probably 'has nn coun
terpart In retail automobile trado out
side nf the Packnfd Motor Car Com
pany's own rnctropilltnn establishment.
BULLETIN ADS. PAY-
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Some people buy one automobile and then another
before they are satisfied that they have the best. Each
exchange adds to the cost of the machine finally decided
upon, because a sacrifice must be made every time The
aggregate loss may be saved by buying the best in the
, first instance. The best is a Haynes. ' '
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A car that contains $4000 worth of goodness and it sells at $2250.
' - The Haynes is the last of the 1910 cars on the market, and it has
all of the good construction points of those that sellf6r double the money.
Haynes built the first American car in 1893 and today the Haynes
. Automobile contains the results of the experience and accumulated efforts
1 of the best manufacturers in Europe and America. '
i A Haynes is absolutely high-class, and has won forty-one first prizes,
j medals or perfect scores, in forty-one consecutive contests. You get all
the benefit of the Haynes reputation and record, the positive guarantee
; of highest quality, in the Haynes "Model 19" car for $2250. The! car Is
j complete no extras to be paidior.
i we will be meased to demonstrate a iavnes car at anv time it mav
suit your convenience! Our time belongs to you if you are interested in
Note the Specifications and Equipment
FH0NT AXLE-Sltifilo piece1 drop forging ot special steel l-bcam section.
, RE All AXLE Full Moating typo special pressed steel housing; weight of tho car car
tied on housing Tlmken roller bearings throughout.
BRAKES Two sepaVatc systems of brakes, one external band operating on a prcss
f ed stedT drum, tho other Internal expanding, Adjustment accessible and
B0DY-Mnl,e floni caicfully selected three-ply wood. Runabout body made from
the same material with single rumble scat.
BEARINGS Tlmken roller bearings thioiighoul. fiont, wheels, transmission nnd rear
CARBURETOR Stroniborg. . ,
COLOR loyal IJIjie or Hrowstor Green.
CLUTCH Haynes loutinctlng steel band upon bronze drum.
DIAMOND TIRES $lxi Inches front nnd rear. Marsh quick detachable rim.
, , DRIVE Shuft drive with bevoled pinion and gear, inounted on Tlinkon lollor
, healings, eliminating all friction, side thrust and nolso entirely,
EQUIPMENT ,'"" la,1,fi etiulpmeiit, top; glass front, ""speedometer, rompltito' i,et of
tools. Jack nnd tire repair outtlt. ; '
FRAME Solid lolled picked stoel.
GEAR RATIOS-? V-U.Jto 1; 3 1-7 to l.
' IGNITION Splltdoif mngneto, dual systom.
LUBRICATION 3l1t'i ''1 f'Tto feed oiler, located in tho bottom Jialf of the crnnli case,
oil pump from special rcsorvolr to linglne bearings by gear drlyou pump,
Insuring positive lubrication under all condltloi.s. ' ' f '
MOTOR Four cylinders 4 -lnch boro and 6-Inch stroke offset. Cjllnders cast In
pairs very large water packets.
SPRINGS- Tiont, seml-elllptlc; rear, throe-quirters elliptic.
STEERING GEAR- -Worm and sector gear typo Irreversible.
TANK CAPACITY 15 gallons,
TREAD 50 Indies. , .
TRANSMISSIONSelo'llvo type, giving threo speeds forward and one revrse.
VALVES Nickel steel heads', electrically welded to stems. Inlet and exhaust valves
v same ulzditud Interchangeable.
WEIGHT SB00 lbs,, ieady for tho ioau. S
.'WHEEL BASE U0 Inches. ...
! ROOM 400 JUDD BUILDING
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