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Ti-x liifiloail of Irnu-lhiE ) - iho
Brand I.nIkp minion lit Dclrolt liy r.i I.
ho ilrme from llio lone F(ar Rl.itc r
Mlrhlsui l hl Cnlllliic, Ttilrtj .
Thrmmhmil Ihtv Ioiir ri'iif 2;287
miles, a tool tnllMuM tlie car iinef
ntul tlial wni n -wipnrii In llulilcn n
nut. In tlie pant jear Mr. Lp leir
pho von HamnvYounc Company's
Mcloug garage, repair shop and sales
e"Jn pressed as busy o Blulit ilnr
rtgrtko past week ns usual.
J humlior ot new cars arrived by
W Lurllno and the Sierra, anions
JJMo being the. first high-powered lm
loVJed car mftdn liv Ilia r.ininna firm nf
bffiault Krereg, of Paris. The Kcnault lias ,,rlCI1 llIfl car 2U0' ",ll,'' ,,lls
fclW hog Just been taken up by TIip OUtanco IncludlnR Hi: trip fr.mi Ails
&W Hamm-YounR Company. Urepre-i11'1 '" I'olro'.t.
(inti a new departure In the local Of Interest Is nisei th( coaled time
ttttmobllc business. Honolulu follow
B tlio lead of the larR cities of
111? mainland In which the Renault Is
p'' ono of the most rousplcuous of
t&k Rrcat deal of Interest has been
QuTwn In this new Model Iteimiilt
Ms especially built Tor American
'Sails. It has the famous long stroke
KS. bore belnK IV and the stroke
K,". This lone stroko has the ad-
t " ' s"
'- S K
lUmLW TOly.lhr,JI tlf., l,TOO,
llu MAgnrto, Limp. ua& Tuuli,
uitatre of belnc far more economl
bl than a short stroke cnRlno. It
yve3 nn almost constant torque, ol
owb a much hlRhcr compression and
Bakes It possible for the car to rur
very slowly yet powerfully. It Is
inlet and smooth running, and ltr
IfJs stroke pulls quietly nnd evenly
it' low engine speed.
'Tho ncnault Is generally recognized
s nurope's best car and tho arrival
or this car In Honolulu has therefore
created Quito a sensation.
,'Among other cars received thlt
iveolc by Tho von Hamm-Young Com
pan) la a beautiful fore-door T-passen
ger Packard touring car which hat
been purchased by Mr. Wlllard 12.
Drown. This car has preceeded Mr.
Drown by Just a week as ho will be
back bv tho Mongolia on the ISth.
iJIr. Walter Dillingham has Silso
Joined tho ranks ot tho Packard en
thusiasts, being tho purchaser ot a
Model 30 B-passengcr Packard phae
ton, which Is being very generally ad
mired. Tho latest convert to nutomoblllng
IfliMr. A. Hocking who has purchased
from Tho von Hamm-Young Company
a six cylluder Thomas Flyer touring
car. Mr. Hocking Is greatly pleased
with his purchase and ts taking a
great deal of plcasuro In driving his
fTlio Cadillac keeps to the foro as
much as over. A number of orders
have been bookby Tho von Hamtn
Jfoung Company for tho new 1911
Among reports from the mainland In
reference to the Cadillac is tho fol
l3wlng account showing that tho Cad
illac starts easily after a six hour
After having been submerged for six
Hours in llio raciuc ucuaii, a uuuir
'lac Thirty was given a fresh supply
of gasollno and started on Its own
jThla remarkable Incident occurred
recently at Aberdeen, Wash. V. D.
Dcmmlng and a party were driving on
hQ bench, when suddenly tho cat
'Sank to the framo In quicksand.
J,, Tho tldo was rising at tho time, and
tbeforo assistance could be summoned
ftho car had been engulfed. When
ftho tldo began to recede and It was
Sponsible to reach tho car, It was
(drawn up on solid ground.
wrjv iresn suiiiy ui baouimu "" r
cured, tho carburetor drained to gel
all tho water out of tho system, ana
'the car was started as readily as
though It had not been burled In salt
water for half a day. No water was
found In the cyllndors, or even In the
F. J. Lo Gear Is an Elk ot Austin
run won 1 the Cadlllar. I
Coleman U. Harris, of Wilmington,
Del.. drlUng his Cudlllac Thirty, won
tho tealeil time run of the rielawaro
The run u from Wilmington to
Oxfoid, I'm., and letnrn, n distance of
72.0 miles. Tho waled time was I
hours 1! minutes, and the Cadillac's
time was -I hours 14 minutes.
In u sealed limn run, the committee
that decides iiion the route, figures out
the time wlilili shall be allowed. The
time Is kept fecret train the drivers,
and tho car which finishes In tlmo
closest to that decided upon by ths
committee Is the winner.
Frank Thompson has pur based a
beautiful Tail Locomobile roadster
car. ninl II Wl i-oint" in naiiu n
Tlin new $1,800 Humbler Is tlic sime In quality
ami matrriali n the liiglicr-iiriccil mmlcln. .In
fdet, it is n reprmliirliun ju ani.illrr hioi.f the new
4WiofwKicr Hnml.lrr, limit for thu jiiaii who
nnti r torol somcwli.it m.illcr i;r, jtt if rx
ceptlinml but not extreme powrf a rur imicr to
gut about with ami rniiur to ilrhc.
li nt.lionrcr engine, the IlnmLlrr nflwl
kfthnft. Atrnliilit.lint. ilrivi. Rfl.tmli lifl.
the ndvnntngi-i o( ilcnrmire-SMire N lirrl, engine
Mwwi,,,,ily, iili'i.iiiiuui front lloor ami lungnrto
lac) ulnl, is ximcivlu. better than other cars hcIIiiib
t a liiglicr price.
Way we&ivo jou a demomtratioa I
a. . Wilder
I NOTHING SO. GOOD
lly tho Judgment or the Ohio Sil
ptemo court, R. 'C Irvine of Uolitm
bus, as receiver for tli? old Columbus,
Sandusky & lloeklng Railroad com
piiny, olitaliiH a Judgment for $7.Rt7
against tho Pu'.lman company of Chi
cago. This Judgment Is In support of
the stock liabilities or tho Pullman
Joseph Hush, alleged leader ot tho'
mob which hanged'Carl M. KtlierliiK-i
soon as eer the factory tan fill the Ilk?, (ill nutojnobUls't.H who inten 1 pceted to be running on the Valley
.-.in,. Ti,n i.n..i.M.nl.ll Is hmidlcil mnklng week-end lours not to leave isianu wiiiiin n bnort nine.
by the Sehunian gnrage, and Is ono getting their supplies nnJ having lit
.f the best cars that Is to be seen He Jobs dono till the lint minute
m Honolulu. The Locomobile Is easy Knrllnr In the week would ho Just
unnlng, and the powerful engine as easy for the patrons of Iho Asso-
makes no more nolte than a wat.-h. elated, and the garage would be
The finish of the car Is ulso u thing greatly helped If people would spread
of Joy, and, tnklng It nil together, out n little Instead ot ImirhliiK on
ihe Locomobile Is Just about perfect. Fridays and Saturdajs.
The Mitchell car is also hand.ed
by the Sehunian garage, and theso Thero has bien qulto n demand
well-known nutos are selling at a ror iiamblcr cars, and II, A. Wll-
great rate. Four Mltchelln arrived j,,r ls rorWardcd severul orders to
on the Lurllne. nnd they nre all the factory. The Rambler Is forging' to nt ,Wnrk. 0 o.i July S. wan!
practically sold. Ja'k Dillon of the ahead In Honolulu nnd Is rapidly be nrrc8C,i t Ilurpcr, 0., und nished to!
Honolulu iron worhs iiougni n m. coming known all over the islands, 't))a jwark Jail,
chcll roadster last week, nnd there ns0. . .
havo been several other Inqulrlci Wortl h.ls ))ecn reC0V0(I or t,0
about the machines. Thero arc 112 automobiles regis-' death of (leorues Agasslz, n nephew
Tho Flanders Is another car that terC(1 on Mau, nn(, Mookai nt ,,rcs. of i-0U8 Agasslz. the n'lentlst, In
is handled by the Sehunian garage, ont nn(, n nxxmher ot others uro ex- LaUBaune. Switzerland.
nd this low-prlcd machine Is be- . mmm
lng sold to arrive any time within
the next few months. The Flanders
Is a nlccly.finlshed car that appeals
to the man of moderate means, nnd
there seems to bo a great future
ahead for the machine. ! STATEMENT OF COND ITION, JUNE 30, 1910,
IF A BURH0UQHS ADDING MACHINE WAS NOT RELIABLE,
"TW0.THIRD3 OF ALL OF THE BANKS IN THE UNITED
, STATES ,V(JULD 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 BURR0U0HS IS CLOSELY RELATED TO THE NATIONAL
CASH REGISTER AS AN OFFICE HELP. ITS MISSION DIFFERS
SLI0HILY, F6R WHERE THE F6RMER IS A TIME-SAVER, THE
LATTEH IS A MONEY-SAVER IN" THE HANDLING OF CASH. AD'
DITI0NS ARE AS SIMPLE AS A-B-0 WITH A BURROUGHS. THEY
REQUIBE NO CHECKING; NO GOING OVER TO SEE IF THEY ARE
CORRECT, FOR WHEN IT GETS THROUGH A COLUMN. NO MATTER
THE DIMENSIONS, ONE MAY DEPEND UPON THE CORRECTNESS
OF THE WORK. . ( .
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 OIVE THE MACHINE IM
MEDIATE ATTENTION, AND THERE WILL BE NO LOSS OF TIME,
NO NECESSITY FOR GOING BACK TO THE OLDER AND UNSAFE
METHODS. WE WOULD LIKE TO TALK OVER THE 'ADVANTAGES
OF THESE PARTICULAR MACHINES WITH ANYONE INTERESTED.
HENRY WATERHOU TRUST CO., LTD.
hand nnd In
Manager Seymour Hall of tho As
sorlatcd garage reports a busy week Cash on
during which several cars were sold bank $130,3r,3.C7
and the ropalr shop kept busy all llonds 3,000.00
the time. Two Hudsons were sold Ileal estate 27.4K..21
to local people, and tho cars aro do- Stocks nnd other Invest
ing "great work all over Oahu. ments . . . . 30,300.07
The demand for tho 1911 ChalmUs Mortgages Bocureu iiy
Is as big as ever, and the factory real estate 24,397.00
will have a' hard tlmo keeping pace Loans, demand nnd time 257,600.98
with the demand. These cars are Furniture and fixtures.. 4,000.00
ronsldered to be tho last word In Accruod Interest recelv-
autos of medium price, and they aro able 2,218.03
very popular In Hawaii. Ono of tho Other assets . . . ; 239.79
1911 Chalmers" Is expected to arrive J
In the near future, and It will bo, 1479.C21.86
Inspected with Interest by a lw'T,rrUory ', ,Uwnli
11UIUULI Ul JHU1HU truu ... in iiiiu
to get one ot the machines,
The Chalmers recently made the
longest clean score In tho (Hidden
00 paid In... $100,000.00
Undivided profits 78,077.41
Trust and agency ac
counts :.. 300,048.40
Other liabilities 390.01
The Waterhouse Co.,
f REPAIR AND DISPLAY ROOMS QUEEN, NEAR NUUANU STREET f 2
i. OFFICE IN JUDD BUILDING ki
'f!ttv nnd Pountv nf Honolulu)
tour. It appears that the Premier
car, which was originally awarded,
the prize, carried a special oll-forc-Ing
pump which wns not In confor
mity with the rcgulnr stock equip
ment. Manager Hall would very much
I, A. N. Campbell, Treasurer of the Henry Waterhouse Trust Co.,
Ltd., do solemnly swear that the above statement ts true to tho best ot
my knowledge and belief. A. N. CAMPDKLL.
Subscribed and sworn to before mo this 1st day of July, 1910.
Notary Public, First Judicial Circuit.
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