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Bho von Hamm-Voiinc Company
IjMclous garage, repair shop nml Bale
IfSto presented as busy a slplit dtir-
M tho past week as usual.
f number of new cars arrived by
no I.urllno and iho Storm, ninnnir
f5o being tho first lilgh-powrrcd Im-
wjjeu car maao uy tne famous firm or
J&nault Freres, of Paris. The Itcnhult
(kicy has just been taken tip by Tlic
i Hamm-Young Compan
Its a new ilenarttirfl In tho local
liitt.mobllo business, Honolulu follow-
fa.W .l.n Inn.t st .t.i ln.. ntlU ..
wiv ivaii vi 11117 till ftc vuivn i
l)n$ mainland In nlilcli the Henault Is
0110 of the most rotisiilcuoua of
ffrrnl ilftnl nf tnlnrnat liia Impii
(ijiftwn In this now Model ItonnnK
til especially built for American
'Ijltds. It has the famous long stroke
jfci. bore being Vb" and tho stroke
Kj". This lone stroko has the ad
otntace of bclnc far more economl
jl than a Bhort stroke engine ll
Wives nn almost constant torque, nl
lews a much hlnhcr compression and
mikes It possible, for the car to run
Jury slowly yet powerfully. It la
inlet and smooth running, and Hr
Irig 'stroke pulls quietly and evenly
at' low enclno speed.
r?"The ncnault Is generally recognized
Tex Instead of traveling ) tho
grand lodge lou'ilin at Detroit by ra 1
lie droe froiirtlic lone Mar stale n
Michigan In 'his Cillllic Ihirtj
Tluoiighoilt tho long rlp of 2:287
miles, u tool toliMicd Iho car tino-
nnd that wns a wrench to lighten n
nut. In the past cnr Mr. l.o ielT
has driven his car 24.10) mile, this
dlstanco Including the trip from Ann-
It roprc- "" I" I'clmlt
Of Interest Is also the coaled time
run won I Iho Cadillac.
Coleman 11. Harris, of Wilmington.
Del. driving his Cadillac Thirty, won
Iho fcoaled time run of the Delawnro
The tun uja from Wilmington tn
Oxfoid. I'll, nnd return, n distance of
72.0 miles Tho sealed time wns 4
hours 1!) minutes, and tho Cadillac's
time was 4 hours 14 minutes.
In it tealed tlmn run. the committee
that decides Upon the toiitc, figures out
the time which shall be allowed. The
time Is kept tecrct Irom the drivers,
and tho car which finishes In tlmu
Closest to that decided upon by ths
committee Is the winner.
ss Europe's best car and tho arrival
pt this car In Honolulu has therefore
created qulto a sensation.
' Among other cars received thle
.week by Tho von Hamm-Young Com
fpany Is a beautiful fore-door 7-passen
Txer Packard touring car which hat
been purchased by Mr. Wlllard U
Drown. This car has precceded Mr.
IDrown by lust a week as ho will be
back by tho Mongolia on tho 15th.
fcMr. Walter Dillingham has ""also
Joined tho ranks of tho Packard en
ithuslasts, being tho purchaser of a
rModel 30 C-passenger Packard phae
lion, which Is being very generally ad
tShlrtd. 9 .Tho latest convert to automoblllng
flsjMr, A. Hocking who has purchased
from Tho von Hamm-Young Company
jn six cylinder Thomas Flyer touring
.car. Mr. Hocking Is greatly pleased
twlth his purchase and Is taking a
'great deal of pleasuro In driving his
wTho Cadillac keeps to the foro as
Mnuch as over. A number of orders
'have. been booked. by The von llamm
IYoudk Company for tho new 1911
jAmong reports from the mainland In
(reference to the Cadillac Is tho rol
slowing account showing that tho Cad
Illlnc starts easily after a six hour
BAftor having been submerged for six
hours In tho Pacific Ocean, a Cadil
lac Thirty was given n, fresh supply
of casollno, and started on Its own
tfThls remarkable Incident occurred
! recently at Aberdeen, Wash. F, D.
i Dcmmlng nnd a party wcro driving on
tho beach, when suddenly tho cat
Sank to tho frame In quicksand.
The tide was rising at tho time, and
before nsslstanco could bo summoned
, tho car had been engulfed. When
; tho tldo began to recede and It was
J posslirto to reach tho car, It was
J drawn up on solid ground,
; jhfA, fresh supply of gasoline was pro
; cured, tho carburetor drained to get
i all tho water out of tho system, and
the car was started as readily as
though It had not been burled In salt
Jwater for half a day. No water was
found in tho cyllndors, or oven In tho
F. J. l.o dear Is an Elk of Austin
Frank Thompson has pur based a
beautiful 1S11 Locomobile roadster
car, and It will iom to hand ns
soon as ever the factory tan fill the
jrdcr. The Locomobile Is handled
by the Schumnu gnrnge, and Is ono
jf the best cars that Is to be seen
tn Honolulu The Locomobile Is easy
mining, nnd the powerful englno
makes no more noise tlmn n wnf-h.
The finish of the cur Is utso u thing
of Joy, and, taking It all together,
(he Locomobile Is Just about perfect.
The Mitchell car Is nlso haud.cd
by the Schuman garage, and theso
well-known autos are selling at n
great rate. Foilr Mitchells arrived
on tho Lurllne, and they are nil
prnctlcnlly Bold. Ja'k Dillon of the
Honolulu Iron Works' bought n MIL
chell roadster last week, and there
aavo been several oilier Inqulrloi
about the machines.
Tho Flanders Is another car that
Is handled by the Schuman garage,
ind this low-priced machine Is be
ing sold to arrive any time within
the next few months. The Flanders
Is a nlccly.finlshed ear that appeals
to the man of moderate means, nnd
thoro seems to bo a great future
ahead for the machine.
npiir, new $1,B00 Rambler Is the sime In quality "
J I nnd materials m the higher-Priced inodoln. , ln 'k
fad. It is n reproduction ,iu smaller kijopf the new L
M fj-liorsrpowrr ItaniMer, limit for the juan' who k
M nnnts a frorof somen hat smaller eizr, jei f ex- ,k
U ccptjonnl but not extrrnic 'unrr' a cur eahr to
m got sbout mHIi and cmlur to drive. M
Willi SLIiorsrfiorr engine, the ItsmUrr odnjl
Toiik-lmftt rlraiglil-linc drive, SO-inih whnU- V
the ndvnnlngi-s t dcranrf Snrc Shccl, i-ngme
M n(iriililily, iduininum front lloor ami mngncto M
L iaciiiilftl. is spinewla, better tlmn otli(rnimi(lling K
L May we tlvc ) uu a demonstration I
llle j)l( nutoniobl,h;(8 vvho inten I
making week-end "tours not to leave
getting their supplies an J having lit
tie. Jobs done till the lntt mlnule
Kurller In the week would !n Just
as easy tor the patronr of the Asso
ciated, nnd the garage would be
greatly helped If people would spread
out a little Instead of lnurhlng on
Frldnys and Saturday.
peeled tp be running on the Valley
Island within a bhort time.
Thcro has hi en qulto n demand
for Humbler enrs, nn.d II. A. Wil
der has forwarded soverul orders to
tho factory. The Rambler Is forging'
ahead In Honolulu nnd Is rapidly be 1
coming known nil over tho Islands,1
Thero nro 112 automobiles regis
tercd on Maul nnd Moloknl at pies
ent, nnd n number o( others nre ex-
Ily tho Judgment of the Ohio Su
premo court, E. "C." Irvine of Colum
bus, as receiver for the old Columbus,
Sandusky & Hocking ll.illinad com
pany, obtains n Judgment for $7.fi7
nullum the Pullman company of Chi
cago. This Judgment Is In support of
tho stock liabilities of tho Pullman
Joseph Hush, alleged leader of tho
mob which hanged-Carl M. Ktherlng
ton nt Newark, O., o.i .Inly S, wna
arrested nt Harper, 0, and rushed to
tho Newark J.ill,
, Word has been received of tho
death of fleorges Agasslz, n nephew
of Louis Agasslz. the tHentlst, In
HENRY WATEBHOUSE TRUST CO.. LTD.
STATEMENT OF C0ND ITI0N. JUNE 30, 1910.
Manager Se)tnour Hnll of tho As
sociated garage reports n busy week
during which several cars were sold
and the repair shop kept busy nil
the time. Two Hudsons were told
to local people, and tho cars aro do
ing "great work all over Oahn.
The demand for thu 1911 Chalmtss
Is as big as ever, and the factory
will have a hard tlmo keeping pace
with tho demand. These ears aro
:onsidered to be tho last word In
autos of medium price, nnd they nro
very popular in Hawaii. One of tho
1911 Chalmers" Is expected to arrive
In the near future, and It will be
Inspected with Intorest by a large
number of people who are In lino
to get one of the machines.
The Chalmers recently made the
longest clean score In tho (Hidden
tour. It appears that tho Premier
car, which wbb originally awarded
the prize, carried a Bpcclal oil-forcing
pump which wpb not In confor
mity with the regular stock equip
ment. Manager H.ill would very much
Cash on hand nnd In
Heal estate 27,4 ID. 21
Stocks and other Invest
Mortgages secured by
real estate 24,397.00
Loans, demand and time 257.CCC.38
Furniture and fixtures.. 4,000.00
Accrued interest receiv
Other assets 229.7!)
Territory of Ha.wall,
S0 paid In... $100,000.00
liability .... 100,000
Undivldod profits 78,077.41
Trust nnd agency ac
counts :.. 300.C48.40
Other liabilities 390.01
City and County of Honolulu)
I, A. V. Campbell, TroaBiircr of tho Henry Waterhouse Trust Co,
Ltd., do solemnly swear that tho abovo statement Is true to tho best of
my knowledge and belief. A. N. .CAMPI1ELL.
Subscribed nnd sworn to before mo this 1st day of July, 1910.
Notary Public, First Judicial Circuit.
46G0 July 9, 0, 23, 30; Aug. 0, 13.
Importers and Manufacturers of
Carriages and Wagons
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Tf bi jm'
Complete lines of carriage materials,
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Schuman Carriage Co., Ltd.
Merchant 'Street, opp. Bishop Street, Honolulu
M NOTHING SO GOOD H
: ::: -i t
F A HURH0U0HS ADDING MACHINE WAS NOT RELIABLE,
TWO-THIRD OF ALL OF THE BANKS IN THE UNITED
STATES WOULD NOT HAVE IT IN OPERATION. IF.THE MA-
i CHINE WAS NOT TO BE DEPENDED UPON FOR ACCURACY.
IT WOULD NOT BE A PART OF THE OFFICE EQUIPMENT OF SO
MANY OF THE BUSINESS HOUSES OF HONOLULU AND ELSEWHERE.
THE BURROUGHS IS CLOSELY RELATED TO THE NATJONAt.
CASH REGISTER AS AN OFFICE HELP. ITS MISSION DIFFERS
SLIOHILY, F6A WIIERE THE ,F0RMER IS 'A TIME-SAVER, .THE
LATTER IS A MONEY -SAVER IN" THE HANDLING OF CASH. ADV.
DltlONS ARE AS SIMPLE AS A-B-C WITH A BURROUGHS. THEY
REQUIRE NO CHECKING; NO GOING OVER TO SEE IF THEY ARE
CORRECT, FOR WHEN IT GETS THROUGH A COLUMN. W MATTER
THE DIMENSIONS, ONE MAY DEPEND UPON THE CORRECTNESS
OFTHliWORk. . .
THE NATIONAL CASH REGISTER PRACTICALLY ELIMINATES
DANGER OF MISTAKES IN MAKING CHANGE. IF THE CASH IS
SHORT OR OVER AT THE CLOSE OF THE DAY, THE RECORDS
MADE BY THE INDIVIDUAL ENTRIES TELL WHO MADE THE MIS-'
TAKE, AND WHEN.
THERE IS VERY LITTLE CHANCE FOR A BURROUGHS OR A
NATIONAL TO GET OUT OF ORDER. SHOULD EITHER FAIL IN ITS
DUTY. WE HAVE AN EXPERT WHO WILL GIVE.THE MACHINE IM
MEDIATE ATTENTION, AND THERE WILL BE NO 'LOSS OF TIME,
NO NECESSITY1 FOR GOING BACK TO THE OLDER AND UNSAFE
METHODS. WE WOULD LIKE TO TALK OVER, THE ADVANTAGES
OF THESE PARTICULAR MACHINES WITH ANYONE INTERESTED.
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