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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II.. SATI'IHIAY. NOV. in, 1910.
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TIio ton iinmm Young Company three month, their allotment
icclveil by the Sierra vetterclay ono through tlmt period hcltiR nlrciuly
of Hip nnicli advertised llaby Over-p1p,,R(,,1 to hnycrs.
lands. TIiIh Is the wtr which bus' "C?,t,,,,t,onB.. Wl,,rh ' fo"n'1" nM
,ni:iim,ii, uiJIIIIIIll IIIU lillllllilC
policy, ns laid out heforo wo begnn
been talked or to much and which
Is lluted at $775, factory. It Is n
ery linmlsi me up tn-ilate car, and U
iittiattlng a great deal of attention
mid bilk fair to he a wonderful Kelt
i'i In the, near future.
Oilier cars received by the von
IlammViiiniK Company by the Sierra
hi ii the (Holland torpedo roadster
rnd three llulcka. Tho Overland Is
Hie Hist torpedo body to bn seen In
I In Hawaiian Islands nnd Is certain
to manufacture tho llrst 1911 car. As
usual, wo fixed our schedule of man
ufacture by months, and llni number
of cars wo would ship each day. This
has not been Interfered with or
changed In any particular, and tbero
appears to bo nothing In the Immedi
ate future which will necessitate nny
re-arrangement or alteration,
"One of the most reassuring fea
tures I encountered wns the general
l a marvel of woiKmniishln and ,e.ovldenco of prosperity on the part
flr.n. The lorpedo body Is torypop- "' "10 1I1,M dealers. This was
ular In Hie States nnd nlniost overy' B,,nwn '" tllc mngnltlcontly appointed
iiuiomoblle mnnufiicluier will build "'"'""" "'' " J' "
II aiuoug his 1911 models.
ipleted costly now buildings, for the
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One nf it,.. ,.. f .., .i. ""I'lny nnd enro of Cadillac cars.
(U,.ii.,.i i,lu,.i i n". . i ir. Others have Btructures under way
" .r'"r '".'." l'C.fiP?r.Bhlrt nnd will occupy them this fall. Still
ililver to get out of the ear on tho
right hand side, if be mi deslies. Al
most all of the other torpedo bodies
liaxo an ornamental door on the
light-hand side, which Is of no prne.
Heal value whatever, and making It
lie e-waiy for the driver' to get out
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..';," ",""" " , "'lwc1u others are erecting additions to prc.
II I U'(l ii '!!. tllllO nnnlillim l.n
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"I found tho Cadillac to be rapidly
gnlnlng in prestige among discrimi
nating buyerB throughout tho terri
tory I entered. This condition Is not
confined to automobile owners, but,
according to my observations nnd In
quiries, embraces the general public
ns"'well. All of which Is gratifying
to us as verifying the Cadillac policy
nf educational national advertising
and cioso co-nporatlon. between tho
factnry nnd Its dealers In tho Held."
mi the left hand wile, which Is some.
times very nunoylng to the person
lining on the niber front seat
This ear Is certainly ono of the
snappiest roadsters that has ever
ennui to the Hawaiian Islands.
Tho von llnmm-Young Company
leportB tho salo of n Cadillac tour
ing car to Kapahu Alnkal of Knual,
who Intends to put this car Into the
rent service. This Is another In
rlnnro of the great efficiency of tho
C.idlllae, which Is shown by the fact
tint most nf tho rent drivers nn
Kauai am uilng Cadillac cars nnd
me still buying them.
1). Nakntanl has placed his order
with tho von Hamm-Young Company
for another 1911 Cadlllaa touring
ear to he lilted with extra seats. Mr.
Nakatniil Intends to place this car
In the rent service In Honolulu, nnd
this makes tho second of these cars
which ho will hnvo In the rent busi
ness, Mr.. Nakatanl being Impelled
by the wonderful efficiency shown by
his first 1911 Cadillac to purchase
this second car,
Arthur Mason of Mahukona, Ha
waii, has ordered a 1911 Cadillac
touring car from tho vnn Iinmm
Young Company, to bo delivered out
of tho next shipment to arrive, nnd
ho seems to bo vory enthusiastic
nhout his purchase
C. C. von iinmm of the von Ilnmm
Young Company returned to Hono
lulu yesterday by tho Sierra, nflor
nn extended tour of tho United
States. While- nway Mr. von Hnmm
visited nil the fnctorlea whMi his
linn represents, also n great many or
tho auto arcessory concerns.
Mr. von Iinmm reports business to
bo very good nnd tho factories turn
ing out cars by the thousands. Ho
lias brought back with him a great
many now Ideas nnd tho very lntcst
fads of tho nutn world.
Among other things, Mr. vnn
Hnmm has tnken up some now agen
cies, and he made several sales In
the East to Honolulu people who nro
nt present visiting In the States.
A. Lewis, Jr., nnd party, motored tn
Wnlnlua In his Packard I'hneton, nnd
Mr. Hull of Seattle, who brought his
machine! with him, litis taken several
trips nnd Intends to go over nil the
During tho past week thoio hnvo
been several automobile parties
mound the Island and hut ono or two
minor accidents hnvo been reported.
Tho nrrlvnl of George I. llrnwn's
Packard Phaeton Is expected soon by
tho von llnmm-Young Company.
J. Wntt returned tn Hawaii on Fri
day by tho Mauna Ken, taking his 70
h. p. Thomas Flyer with him.
Filterable to Ciulllliir.
Sales Mnnager E. H. Donson of tho
Cadillac Motor Car Company bus Just
returned In n happy frame of mind,
from ono nf his periodical lours
among tho company's dealers In
Pennsylvania, parls of New York, nnd
the New England Stntes. Throughout
tho entire region bo visited, Mr. lien
son found conditions extremely en
couraging so fur as the Cadillac car
'Tho East meaning Now York,
Peuiisylvnnla nnd Now England an
nually absorbs one-third nf tho Cadil
lac output; and Mr. Ilenson found
that tho dealers. In almost every In
ntnnco, nro urreptlng now ordors only
lor delivery nflor tho noxt two or
Motor cars aro fast gaining popu
larity In tho Philippines nnd the Hud
son Motor Car Company hns- Just
clowd a. contract for it big shipment
of Its enrs to Levy Hermanns, treasur
er of tho Estrella Automobile P.tlncc,
Tho tnerlcnn nutomibles of me
dium prlco are finding favor In Egypt.
A shipment of Hudson ".ITs" has Just
been mado to M. O. Torosslan, the
Hudson dealer nt Carlo. There tro
many clnsses of nutomnhlles In tho
land of tho Pyramids, the motor car
appealing not only to tho A. net leans
and English who resldo there but In
many wealthy Egyptians, Arabs, and i
East Indians. Set oral roads around i
Cairo had never been traversed e-)
cept on root or on the backs of camela
before the advent of the Hudson In
Detroit, the center of the automo
bile Industry, has set nut to build up
tho biggest uiiloiiinblle club In Amer
ica. It Is called tl Wolteill.n Auto
mobllo Club. A mcm'iotshlp of t.ino
Is tho nlm of the organization nnd ef
forts are being luade to run the list
up to that big total within ninety
days. It lias nhout half that number
now. Good roads Is one of tho club's
Tho following telegram received by
tho Hudson Motor Car Company nt
Detroit tolls of a notable Hudson per
formance In Georgia:
Hudson Motor Car Co., Detroit,
Mich. Hudson Hoadster No. R21 fin
ished "Hound the Slate Tour" with
perfect scoro IH7 miles on fin gal
lons of gasoline (average of 20.8 miles
per gallon). Car driven 8000 miles
before run commenced. Ilest little
At tho automobile races nt Sioux
City, liiwn. held Oct. 14-ir.tli. II. A.
Wctnime, Hudson dealer In Hint city,
raptured nearly all tho glory of the
meet. Ho won almost every rnco ho
went Into nnd In one event of 10 miles
gnlned nn entile lap on nil his com
petitors. Tim Hudson triumphed over
everything In Its class and many
higher powered cars fell victims to
the sturdy llttlo enr In Wetmore's
Mr. L. Taylor of tho firm nf Craven
Tnylnr & Co., Sydney, Australia, says
the most disgraceful thing nhout
America Is tho shocking condition of
Its roads. Mr. Tnylor spent some
tlmo recently nt tho Hudson Motor
Car's Factory In Detroit, whero lie
signed n contract for n big lot of Hud
son cars for Australia sales.
"It Is bard to understand hnw the
American runner hns prospered the
way ho has with such roads," said
Mr. Taylor. "I hate innile eight trips
to tho Stales and always noted the
tremendous advances In everything
but road building. Now that the farm
er has (nken up tho motor car so
earnestly I look for great Improve
ment In American roads. They are
n tcrriblo disgrace to a country so
wealthy and progressive nlnng other
The automobile has nften demon
strated Its practical utility In political
campaigns, both for carrying candi
dates from place to place, nnd for
transporting negligent voters to the
polls on election day. Whllo In tho
East, tho motor enr hns proved to he
n great help In waging n campaign, In
the West, where ninny tillages are
Inaccessible, by rail, It is almost a
necessity. In Cnllforrln. one nf the
hardest campaigns for the llei.ubllcau
congressional nomination In the sec
ond district ever tv'iged, was won by
William Kent with tho aid of n 1'ope-
Hartford motor car. Enteilng ilk
campaign practically unknown tn the
lurger part of the district, his tnk
was to meet l'io voters persnnnlly nnd
make their ncipialntaiui'. Without u
rellabla motor car, however, Mr. Knit
could never have covered the terri
tory, Including as It does several
counties In which rulliond facilities)
are poor. In his Pope-llarlfurd car,
Mr Kent wns able to tour fiom town
to town up unci down the sleep grndei .
of this mountainous section, wlunlnp
voles ns ho went until fie nomination '
was llimlly bis. I
In r leltrr tn G. A. l5o"r of the
Consolidated Motor Car Company,
San Framiscn, Mr. K-nt avtIich as
fnllnvva of the rple idid i erfonnane"
of Ills Pope-llnrtford rir In the c.iiu-l
"From July Ct'unntll August HtV
I traveled over 'Ivo thousand mlle,
campaigning In the Second District, (
In n Pope-llnrtford machine, model
1910, -10 horse-power. During that
period we had no Lrenkdown or he,l.
rnnco whatever due In the machine It
self, nnd, by the greatest good luck,
only one punctiiird the. The run Is
traveled vnrled from level i.tretches
111 the Sacramento valley to the must
precipitous grades nf the Ciu .1 1
ltangc. T e average consumption of
gasolino was in the neighborhood of
fourteen miles to the gallon, although
much of the gnsollne was nf poor
The Southern California lecnrdfor
high altitude motoring wns ltiently
broken by n Pope-llurlfnrd machine
The Wclkom Warmer
Size 3V4xiii,4 Inches, weight 4 ',4
The enly modern, Bafo, effective nnd
sensible substitute for the antlqunted
Hot Water Hag.
No water to heat no rubber to rut
Will last for years.
Tho Wiirmer Is made of metal heat
ed within ono minute by tho lighting
nnd insertion nf n paper tube con
taining a blaietess, smokeless and
odorless fuel generating n uniform
bent which lasts over twn hours nt n
cost nf less than one cent It Is curved
tn lit any portion of the bodv aim held
in plnce by means of n Lag ami belt
nllovvirg tho wearer In mine about at
IS A PUt Ml.l.Ut
The Wclkom Wanner has nu equal.
It can be pi, into en., lam .iclluu and
Is Indixpeiii.ihie in r.t-es nt rheuma
tism, lumbago, in n..i!gla, sciatica
cramps, etc. .
Hy placing the Warmer on the af
fected part llin heal lelag dry, not
moist, hakes i,ii tin mil Piiyslrl.ius
say licit the li.el.nl heat of the but wat
er bag will not cute, but .igginwit, toe
aliments ul.uve meutln.ied
Many have been sold -not a 'ngle
Complete outfit Including Warmer,
bag bell, cull mid 10 tubes nf fuel tei.l
prepaid tn any part nf the V. .i. .
ICi'i'lpt of $1 in).
Ir Jim wish In know lame abuiit till i
tvundeiful ilevlin wille today lor flee
WELK0M WARMER MFG. CO.
HIS I'lillnn Sl Neil York.
owned by the Oxnard Garage & .Ma
chine Company of Oxnatd, California '
Ivlven lit- C A. Voiles, the seven-'
pashongor car lllled In Its capacity, ,
iMiubed to within film feet nf Die sum- i
mit of line Mountain, attaining uu i
aliunde of ST.IIO leet.
As I'li.e Mountain Is the highest
mountain of tho Coast linage In
Suiilhern Caltlorniu, It Is not teryi
likely that this rrrud will be better-1
eil teiv Kioli. On ll.e day tho rlliubl
was made Hie conditions were ideal.)
it'd although the cur vvas within a
few Indies of taking what mlgM
have I ecu a last plunge with Its p.is
n'ligers n nuniLer.nf tliniM, It pulled
' through with n perfect score.
Hubert Ilrnoko, his wife, Keuneih
Iliooko nnd Fial.k Stores nf I'ml
lalid., Oe., have completed a I lie'
mouths tilp of IIJ.1 mile, thiuugli
Oregon nnd California In n fuur-cylin-dor,
Tho destination of tho parly upon
leaving Portland was Monterey, Oil
Intermingled with the motoring was
a bit ol uiouiilai'i climbing, this being
at Crater lake and l-usseu peak
FOR DCCP SEATED COLDS nil I
coughs, Al'cn k I ling Ualsani pnriM
when all other puiiedlcs fill. This
old i pliable medicine Ins been sold
for over 10 venrs 23p 5Dp and $1.00.
The sale of 191 1 Packard cars during
ihe first quarter of the season exceed
ed the sale during the same period
Inst season just 80 per cent
ASK THE MAN WHO OWNS ONE
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We will be pleased tn give you u
ilemonHratloii. full line u in la In
tho new foie-door style shown In i,v ft jj
48-nace catnlrV wh! h nm he hadi'iLiM.
, on reqwat to
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Co., Ltd., -'
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Take Laxative Bromo Quinino
Tablets. All druggists refund
the money if it fails to cure.
R. W. Grove's signature is on
FAK13 MEDICINE CO, St. Urns, U 6. A.
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You want a New Hat
for the holiday sea
son. And a New
We'll show you some
fine lines at prices
you can't resist.
Hotel St., near Fort
E. M. F.
Has been tho subject of more favorable comment from automobile
buyers who know every point than any model on the market
f. o. b.
Included in equipment: Magneto, side, tail and head lights, tools wheel jack, horn
Schuman Carriage Co.
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