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A'lnAi mn rri rri 1 n His
The Vcn ItammTotmF Company I
have u:t received a catload of the
well inotvn flleSen-Durjea nutomo
bile?. This rarMi one of the rooatl
popular of American cart, having per-i
feet rocirds of r.O.ono and moro mllei
jki0 their' rrmllt. .Hit very small hills
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19 friilif Arthlnml Iniffl.lAa nHA KflilM
.'' X ft-pas t'ticer r ir, one Model X 7-
passenger ear. a id one Model A-A C
rjllnder, 7-paR?eiRor touring car.
The Model A-A Stovcnn In the lat
rit creation of the 8tovens-l)urea
it factory. It embodies nil the upleii
(did polntn of former models, with the
p addition of a (treat many Improve
''tnentH which make thin ear superior
Ho nioit and equal to the best Ame
rlean cars lull 1 1 todaj
A (treat deal of interest Is shown
In the anlal of this rarlo.nl, espe
cially ni the Model A-A Is tho first
car of this tpe. received liy Tho on
llnnim Yoiiiir Company
Tho Cadillac, handled hy The von
' llnnim-Young Company, Is not onl)
9 mio ill ilie iihim iuiiii.ii i.iin ill ii"-J-nnlnlii
lull II Is one of lh best known
fin. I most talked of ears all oer the
mainland A special honor has lieen
cpnfoned on tho Cadillac, as per the
follow Imk Infoi ni.itlou Just leeched:
The cjl of New York has again
paid tlif Cadillac Thlrt) the high
pst posslhlo honor, In tho form of
nn order for tun of theso cars for
the muntclpil service. This Is In
addition to mill closely follows an
order for four Cadillacs for tho mil
litclpal dep.irlmcnt of tho lloruugh of
Cadillac cars arc h) no means un
known In tho clt service. Fourteen
. Cadillac amhiilances are In uso 1))
tho hospitals; and three had previous
ly heen In use by the llrookl)n" de
partments. Urookhn was the llrsf
'borough of greater Nw Yurlv Id
adopt motor cars as an adjunct In
tho perfdrmenco of municipal duties
Tnelve cars, of different makes', were'
Installed. Included In this number
wero the three Cadillacs. A very
systematic and accurate record was
kept of the cost of operutlng and
maintaining very larKely due to the
exceptional showing made hy (ho Cad
lilacs that the Now York order for
ten cars was placed. In Its entirety,
with tho Cadillac Company.
i Of the ton cars, six nro to' "tip
equipped with deml tonneau liriiffes.
wind four with flto pascsenser', tojjf-
.Word has Just been received that
tho Cadillac Thirty finished tho At
lanta' to New York llood Itoads Tour
L with n perfect score. . '" '
&' Out of moro, than sixty cars fn'thjl
run, tho Cadillac was ono or tim on;
y six to finish a mark to tf M
credit. Tho car was entered 'hT.
K aict;ni, a cotton msreuunt or lien
iiettBIHe, S. C.,"nud driven hy Cleorga
JJaliey, of Oreonvllle.
The 'von Humm-Young Company1
films sold another Cadillac this week
tto Air. Wm. Mcderrow of Puuncrie?
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YAlUlll. 1IHS IS HIV BL'tlJIIU V.UUIIIUU
vvhicn air Jicuorrow lias uougm in
fnn.. nrrlfit It hIhiwh hnt event ron
fwfldenco he has In this car.
f ' AmnnR tho other purchasers' of 'ft
Wb Cadillac durlnR Iho week Is Mr. A
'TfcSV. Kamcs, who learned to handle Ihb
C car In a day nnd drove It tho noxt
Jjfilay to his homo at Wnhlawa. Several
pothor sales of CaillllacS have been
made, but tho purchasers of Mime
Jwlsh thtflr names withheld for tho
Tho Packard, also handled by TIki
rvon Hnmm-YounB Company, Is kecp-
tins to tho foreground as much as
fcJover. Tho first 1911 car of this po-
imlar mako Is duo to arrlvo hero In
JPidile of ten days, Tho arrival of this
Lear Is looked forward to with a ereat
fl- flonl rtf Ititnrnut 111- fltltnmnhlln eilllllt-
1'ulnilK. It will ba tho first Packard
llwlth tho famous fore-door body, which
? 'Is tho standard body for tho 1911 sea
vHon. It Is understood, though, that
P tho racknrd factory will furnish tho
! regular two-door body If detlrod by
k tho purchaser.
During tho wcolt Tho von Hamm'
flr:t place and Mr Holt captured oec
ond. Ilia time was only a fpw sec
onds clower than -that of the first
car Both of these cars were enter
ed and drhpn purely for thp sport
of the game but tit tho (same time
eompetf nRalnst ears entered nnd
drhen by fartory r'presenlatlvot.
tlolli Mr Ilolt nnd Mr, rinke nro an
lomolillp ejithuslasts IhroiiRh nnd
through and have so much confidence
In their machines that they nro will
ing lo entrust their safety to their
mad ascents up steep and tortuous
During tho week Tho on Hamm
Youdr Company shipped one of the
popular 0erland runabouts tn Mr.
MeDonnld of Lahalnnluna. Mr. Mc
Donald Is very enthusiastic oier his
little car, whlrh ho claims can tako
any hill on Maul on Iho high pear.
Tho garago and repair department
of Tho von Ilamm-Yonng Company
hnvo had a very busy week, there be
ing as many as fifteen cars there for
repairs at one time. Acting Super
intendent .Mr. fihnner Is kept up to
his ejes with work, nnd the new
electrical expert, Mr. MeCorkle, who
Is at tho head of the electric bat
tery rharglng department nnd Iho
magneto work, has already mado n
great many friends, who swear li
Next week tho new salesroom of
Tho von Ilamm-Young Company will
bo opened. This salesroom Is ono of
tho finest of Its kind mid will no
doubt be appicclated by the friends
nnd patrons of this well known firm.
At Iho Associated garago nil Is bus.
tie, and evury department Is kept go
ing hard all the time. The Hudson
car Is Rolng off fust, nnd this weok
n roadster of Hint make was nold to
V. Dickson, of Now York, Thp car
Is painted battleship gray and Is n
handsome looking machine.
A Chalmers pony tonneau was pitr-
cliased hy Mr. Shiner nf Mnul, and
It was shipped to him durlnR tho
weeV. Another buyer was 0. II.
Ilehn, who bought n Premier "40" to
use In the rent business.
Th Associated garago filled out an
ambulance for tho Uoard of Health,
add It Is of'thc Oranim make. It will
'ibid many patients nnd has stretchers
hat fit Insldo the" car.
The Hudson cars havo heen coins
mt"il fast that tho number nlloted
tC'the Associated garage havo fall
been sold already, nnd another lot
lia'to becn'bpspoken for shipment. Tho
HliilDOii Twenty Is n opiilnr little
car and many of tho them nro to be
soon nil over tho Islands.
Tho Chalmers Is n enr that is ad
mired everywhere, nnd tho salo nf
them lias heen biff. Many of tho
Karsiaro to. bo seen on tho other Isl
and of tho group ond all tho owners
tif llreiu swear by tho 'make.
Tho ScJiiimzn garago jieoplo havo
bcon busy lately and all the cars
handled by thut firm haio been In
native: deifinnd. Tho Tdltrhell car Is
hecomlnpr' a .great fiftnrlte and the
new tpo of machine Is ns good ns
any that can be seen nnywhero,
-Apinrts tho sales at tho Schunmn
this- week were, a 30 Alltchell to D,
I). Mucpnachle, and n Mitchell tour
about to O. Ilelllna of tho Club Sta
bles ui Mitchells arrived from the
CoatU.-on the I.urlluo nnd they havo
nil .been hosokcn.
The ever popular I-ocomoMlo Is
holding Its own among tho autolsts of
Honolulu, and ono of them came In on
the Mirllue. Tho Locomobile Is ad
mired .by oerbody and tho easy run
ning englno Is a treat tn listen to.
The Wlnton Six Is rapidly coming
to tho front and many of theso cars
nro now to be seen nround town.
Thero were formerly a good number
of Wlntons about, but for some time
tho factory has not been shipping as
many as usual to Hawaii. However,
the agents aro on tho Job now, anl
the Wlnton will, doubtless soon bo
soen all over tho Islands.
Tho Jlamhler Is another car that
Is selling fust and tho records of the
machlno aro so good that all owners
of other cars havo to take notlco of
tho Hamblcr, which Is handled by
II. A. Wilder of this city.
' young Company sold one of tho well
know n Stoddard Dnton runabouts to
'v'Mr. C. M. Hottcl, who claims that
Jils car will heat any other car of
equal power In hill climbing,
Ws Further sales wero a Bulck, which
v was delivered by Tho von Hamni
' 'Young Company to Mr. Edwards of
LNaalchu. Another Bulck has been
'Sold to ,Mr. John Hogg of tho Kauul
' Onrago Company, and n third goes
r to tho Volcano Stables.
im Tho von Hamm Young Company
flvhavo received tho following Interest'
i'Tns Information from tho Popo-Hart-
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'' Tho annual hill climbing contest of
lUhtf Westchester AutotpobJIe Club of
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last. SUUSQi juii is mu buciiu i uns
yearly event 'Tho courso Is seven
tenths o fa jnlio long witn a grauo
averaging eleven per cent. Thlrty
onb cars of the leading makes parti
cipated on this climb, In event No.
3for gasoleno car or chasis up to
300 cuj in. displacement Mr. II, E.
Holt of Now York City and Mr. D. C.
IFliil.0 also of New York Entered their
jPope Hartford runaloiits. Mr. Klnke
ciade the ascent Jn lm 19a taking
Prince Wells, president of tho
Louisville Dealers' Association, and
for twenty-five joars a representa
tive of Kambler products, first di
recting Humbler blcc!o hales In
I.oulsvllle and for ten years In
charge of Rambler nutomoblle sales
there, will lead tho hattullnn of
Rambler dealers who will gather at
Kenosha within tho month to Be
cure their allotment of Italiiblcr cars
In point of lojalty and long ser
vice rendered tho sales organization
of Thomas II. Jcffery & Company Is
W. K. Cowan of Los Angeles, K,
It. Cumbe of Denver and L. a. Mar.
tin of Pittsburg compete with Wells
of Louisville for the honor of haV'
lug lougest served Rambler owners
tn their respective territories,
Nut far behind these men In point
of years devoted to the automobile
business are Rambler representatives
I from all other Importai.t sections of
I the country.
I The strength of the Rambler sales
organization has been attributed to,
its Independence, la this respect
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Tfcu t.r '.i VttVs'Tt . !f.nSli jv
the i. atelier fais ir. c,-t io a .
siimes the position of a factory rcp-1
resentatlve. The majority of them
maintain stocl: parts depot; for tho
convenience ahtl cervlco of owners
and, with the bacl'Ing and prc-tla
of Thomas B Jettery Companr
their success has been as rapid .13
that of the company and tew chances
have heen necessary
Through mud hub-deep nnd in the
midst of a severe hailstorm, a Hud
son captured first honors In thp fif
teen-hour New Jersey non-stop en
diirni.ee run. it finished with a
pprfeot score. Tho 'dlstahcri was 290
Newil of tho Hudson victory was
conveyed to the Hudson Motor Car
Company" In n telegram from Us
New York dealur, the A. H. Rnntipy
Company, ns follows:
'Hudson 'EJngln Hntry' flnl'ied
with perfect kcwp. Ilftpen hour New
.lersej nnn-stOl endurance run. Road
covered with mud hlih-deep mid dur
ing the worst hailstorm seen here In
jcars; course covered 290 miles:
most severe test ever held In New
Jersey nnd probably In tho Hast.
Hudson was tho only perfeit sroro
rnr tn comply with Now Jersey laws
regard I he non-uso of chain nnd fin
ished without n puncture. Most no
tabln feature of Hudson was Its per
fect cooling 8stem. Other ears
dropped out duo lo over-heating by
using first nnd second nnd gears." i
'Hilly" Bruner driving u Hudson
car In n ten mile race nt Shcnnudolli.'
Iowa, last week, nosed out n vlctnry - """"
In a closo ride with Death. r,H ,, n(.rnKCl, 200o miles n month.
Over none half mile oval dirt track. ,, )ookB ,lpon n ,.oiisanil mllo run
unbanked tho race had progressed as )noro p,onaltro jaunt,
nto Iho fifth mile without partlcu 0ll ,0 ,rlp from 0m(llia , Don.
lar Incident other than Iho warm ,cr ))ccrrC(, ,ho ,nost 0.vcltliiR Incl
pace set by two leaders, the Hudson (U,tlt ,)f lno t01lr, naln was falling
and n National "10." these two being BO continuously that streams wero
far in advance of all other competl- noouca nm, roaAg a,m08t oblltcrat-
. .. . "d. After driving ten miles through
Tlie Na lonal was Betting tho paco ,,,,1,-dccp m,m, Harris came to n null-
for the Hudson which was scarcoly , Qlr, ti, i.,i,vn i w-ia nnov
a length behind, when n guesl of wind , Rcc waB nrtnblo and trembllnR In
raised a cloud a dust, totally oh- v(,r). ,m,or. n0 decided to risk It.
scaring the vision of Ilruner. Uefoio ,, snrtC( ncr0a tUp 1)r(,K0 nn ,ow
his car had penetrated through tho Kcar wul, 20 foct of tho far jP(
dust his left front wheel struck tho , ii,i,. ,
Harris leaped from tho car and
Rained tho bank In safety. Tho Cadil
lac went to tho bottom, and stned
uwrwjs.i t snwwwiwii
for citing, drloklnz anil cooking
Pure, Delicious, Nutritious
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Breakfast Cocoa, 1-2 lb. titi
Baker's Oiocolatc (unsweet
ened), 1-2 Jh. cakes
Gcnnan Sweet Chocolate,
1-1 lb. cakes
For Slt ty Luting Croccn la Honolulu
Walter Baker & Co. Ltd.
DOKCIIHSTGR, MASS, U.S.A.
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fence with n rescinding crash nnd
turned hi car completely around,
l'cw In tho gran'd stand could see
wnni nan nnppcncii. wnnc otners lllcro nlR,)t , lho mornnB Uan
wero ccrtnln that ft spill had occurr- ., ,, w. ,im,r,i it tn
tl i . . nvv- Din wuv HS.Dn, .
vu. urmit-T, imwuuT, inanaKca i
keep liiH car rlphtHldo up, nnd turn-'
Inif nl-ltlil Imitr 1lin1ltm nftnaa lliA
. "'r .:: c ...r:" .".' m -v.
uutti vintuniuiiin, nil ill niliilll II II It
land, cleaned the.' motor and ge-irs
of mud, and the hext morning was
gone by him.
l'assltiR tho grand stand
This was the only occasion on tho
entire 15.000 miles that 11 was neces-
anH In .nun.l I rt liftrcna
next lap, ho was given a round of ' , mm ,
applause. Ah his car gradually gain- lnornlI n nnritrrn
ed upon his opixments, tho entlro as-i IIIVT JM I. , yrK,rH
soinbliigi! iirope and ntuM deafeiilng OUULI 11 U .UI LllULIl
shouts his ear overtook turn after Ibn, iirinA I I HI1 PI I I
?Lt:iTji ncAKd Lrtoi iall
wtxwit in v.i iiiiw mi; t tn tint hi iiu
latter won the race, with tho Hud
son second and tho balance, of tho
field badly scattered.
After tho rnce, tho Hudson was ex
amined and found to bu In a
From I.os Angeles thcio comes to
tho Cadillac Motor Car Company tho
detailed story of a 15,000 mllo trip
of n Cadillac Thirty, whlrh "for so
verity nnd rough usago has seldom
,bcen excelled, oven on a Ollddcn
tour. Ono or tho Incidents of tho
trip was the breaking of a bridge,
which let tho car fall Into a swol
len mountain stream.
Tho car Is driven by A. I'. Harris,
who uses It In his business as n
means of transportation oior tho
western half of ths United States.
When It arrived nt I.os Angeles, It
had been on tho road six months.
starting from Chicago, and calls had
Joseph It. Speiiecr, well l.nown
throughout tho Torrllur", died !.i
night nnd tho fun3"il will bo conduct
ed tomorrow nftmioon from tho Mn
sotrlc Temple by Oceanic. Lodo, of
which ho wus n (number.
Mr. Spencer wms born In East
Greenwich, Ilhodo iahind In 1833 nnd
camo to Hawaii in 3851. In the early
part of his llfo ho was engaged in tho
whaling business and afterward In the
Mr. 8penccr is survive 1 by n widow
and two daughters, Mr p. Mliehell of
Now York and MrH. Moody o. Hono
lulu. Mr. Sjionccr's brother, Chnrlci N.
nnd Thomns Spencer, voro widely
known throughout the Tcrrtory i
I'crhups tho essayist credited with
been mado nt Omaha, Denver, Salt nn nrtlcle on "Music as n Crime I'ro
Uke. Ogdon, ncno, Portland, Scat- "eMIve" really wroto It "Incentive."
tie, Spokanu and San Francisco. Har-I'lilladelphla Ledger.
Tlie Escape from Worrv
Giieusa winding road, a sky full of white
floating clouds, ivricr nnd a bridge over which
to rumble, a lake, blue nnd inviting, ntnong
green hills, nn hour's run to dinner, nnd Ike nse
of powcrnnd control nt tbewlicel of a Humbler
and wc will have no thought of business cares.
'I"." I "ddrd to the plrasuro of touring the satisfaction
of freedom from the worries of the road.
The great economy and efficiency of this car it due to
such exclusive IUrabler features as the ulfxt crank
shaft, straight-line drive, new expanding dutch uj.
Humbler Automohilej, M.800 to ?2,J0O.
H. A. Wilder
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'Early deliveries. Limited allotment. We are
now taking orders. Complete, information and
catalog now on request.
Von Hamm-Young Co., Ltd.
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The rising . generation
should be trained to tem
perance and to rely on
strength of character, and
not be put into a1 straight
jacket to make up for lack
of character. "?
Drink if you want to,
but be temperate.
And vote against "prohibition."
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