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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, December 03, 1910, 3:30 EDITION, Image 19',
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Mr Oeorgo V. Hcntuti, manaRor
cf (ho Kwa plantation, imrrlmtod
from' the von Hnmin-Yimnp Company
this week olio of the. line 1911 I'ack
nnl Mvt'ii-iiagceiiKcr touring tars.
Tlio Wllliolmlna, which arrived
tills, wcok, (fought rbr tho von
Union) Young Company two ,1911
Packard 4 tffiflllijp!crr!i' jlnc? n
tho 'Jt'rBt 101 1 MoJel 18 Wring
ears, .jo arrive this Reason and are
certainly tiy. iielglit of excellence
tho ,flnlsli ami workmanship being
tho Ituoit over put on any nutomo
lillo.. JOno of thi'so cars has hecn do
ll'vcrhl to Mrs. C. C. von llnmm.
Two shlimieitts of Cadillac auto.
tilohlles mo expected to arrive on
the next liromtng' steamer' by the
von .llninm-YoiiiiK Company. I'rae
tloally all of iheso car3 liavo been
nn1il'urorn arrival an tho demand for
tho (laillllnrn das become so great
that tho Von 'narmil-Yoiing Company
11 nil s It almost Jinpoil))!o to keep n
dadlllno In Flock for demonstration
'" In "rf slilpniont of Packard oars duo
In nrrjvp within the next few weeks
tlio von iinmtit-Young (Jompany ex
pect, to receive rnio of the popular
Stodrflj IS roadf-ters, this ear being
IiooKJhI for n prominent Honolulu
On of tlio very popular llnpmo
hilcsljo nrrlvo In tho next Incoming
ttcaiW for tho von Hnmm-Yoiing
Cnniiijiy. Thcio cars nre fnst 'he
crmiljig Very popular In Honolulu ns
woll'as on ibo mainland, nnd tho
factor- Is having h hard tlnio't'o hicet
the demand for these llltlo cars.
Palikard motor tru.ks nro getting
Longk Raiting List
I CADILLAC 't30,,
Over and above the thousands of 1911 Cadillacs already delivered, two thousand
people arc, at this moment,
n'H' 1? IH I.f lUtf
rx . . x
D0, you know why 137 cities show lono Cadillac waiting lists?
Do you know why 2G00, people aret.content to wait upon Cadillac deliveries?
" Dpyp.il krii)'w why they arc not attracted by cars of.eiher a hjoher ,or lower price?
Because the nation has, acquired motor wisdom because it'knows 'that neither
high priQc npr low necessarily indicates value. ...
" " "Because the nation is learning to know that no price can compensate 'for lack of
standardization. , , i ,.,.; . ....
Because1 the Cadillac, with 167 parts and 19.1. operations accurate to the 1-1000
of an Inch, possesses in this
is no substitute.
Price $1700 T . p n ,T'" lp . Price $1700
f.0.b. Detriot TUril1g nom-Tonneau nndRoaste,,
(Fore-door touring Car, $1800; Torpedo, .$) 950; .Coupe, $2250; Limousine, $3000)
Prices include the foilowirig Equipment: Bos'ch 'magneto and Dc'lc'o ignition sys-'
terns. One pair gas lampsand$enprator,. One paid sidcoil.lampsand tail.lamp. Qne
horn and set ;of tools. Punin and repair kit for tires. 60-milc season and, trip stand-
, artl. speedometer; .robe rail;
THE VOll HAMI-YOUNG CO.LTD., Agents
to bo ono of the necessities of nil
lnrso lmrlne3 enterpriser on , tho trnineuriueii tnat tile Associated now
lnaltiland. Not. lens tlinti Sj broWers1. haft In i.thelr vulraiiUIng tlopart
I purchased C9 Packard motor tracks merit, whi h, by tli'o'wnyi Is inucli
ditillf&Utlie pnt year. Altogether enlarged nnd Is .being equipped In
PqrkiUlilXtucknluro.,dJiig 'seevjeo on, .'ho most jip-to-dato .factory nmnner,
ll'inylhVnnd'WWnifstlnct lines of''-' ' . r u u ''j-j", !' '
business. A report from Detroit i
ttntes 'that tlvd automobile .factories
nrqiAW'!utnfc'i;acknrit trucks, prln
clpally for tho delivery of parts,
'oqtrlpment nnd ra ma'ln'lul. In .iters good and the outlook for tlio
Detroit tho Chalmers Motor Car' coming year more than promising.
Company, tho . M. K. Company, Hud-jMr. lloog Is nfcimt on Kauai for von
son Motor Car Company and the.ltninm-Yoiing Comjmiiy,
Hupp Motor Cnr Company nro tlio I ' Paul Isenberg's new Peerless nr
wlso ones, the fifth being tho Klsrel Hvrd on tho Wllholmllin this week,
Motor Car Company, ' of Hartford,' This car Is a 1911 machine nnd n
Wis. I wonder In caso nnd grnco besides
i i. I
On the Wllliolmlna this week the town.. Mr. Isonberg brought from
Associated (larngn received tho beau-. San Tranclsco n high-priced rhnitf
tliul CSC Plcrco -Arrow for V. K.' feur to caro for hU niachlno.
Howard. This car was .especially) Word conies from Knunl that a
lllilslii'd In nronliinrc with specin-, lltil k' Moilol 17 has been driven rt
catlohs fnnilsheil by tho purchaser, dlstanro of 18.000 miles there with
Tho Visual brass trlmniltigs, lneliidlng' repair bill of but Jl:9r., this am
lamps, etc., iito'dono'in gun metal. omit being expended for tho renownl
Thor Is an especially made wind-, of a. s-nall hearing. Tho record mado
break, gotten up by tho Plorco iieo.j by this ear Is a remarkable ono when
plo, between tho front and rear seats.) It In conaldercd the kinds of roadB It
beside .tho" usual glas. front, 'and won driven over.
6tlier accessories. Word has been received from tl(0
Ono of tlo Chalmers "SO" tour Ins Pnckanl factory that (leorgo llrown's
nrB that arrived was delivered to 1911 phaeton was shipped on Novem
II. P. Wood. K-fcretnry of tho ilawnll 'lier '10. He In anxiously awaiting
Promotion Commerce. TJifs car Is thosirrlal oftho niachlno and In tho
.finished In blue nnd gray w.heels, artd uenutlino Is drlylng a Cadillac, with
Is very 'dressy and'haudsomo' The.-Whli'lr ho Is well pleased,
oilier ChalmorH '"SO" touring wont OpV of tho nutomobllo foatsv'or
to .1. A. .lolinsan. cashier of C Ilr,cw- tho week was Ihc driving of a fully
6r & Company, who has Joined the londcd flvp.passoliger Hut U up tho
rnnka of tho Bfovchcrs. Irteop grado of Kaiilolanl street o-i
Among 'other arrivals was an os- llio high. This was done by Frank
Sr . I i?Bl' ylS " -
in 137 Citiess
Show How1 the Nation Recrards the
patiently waitincj for the car-of
' 'M ' (
standardization an 'indispsnsablc quality for which there
' t i CVS
- .' taxst
full foot-rail in tonncau and
MOtOR CAR COMPANY, .DETROIT, MICHIGAN.
(Liconsbtl Undef'SbidonatciU.V k-' ''
. . .
peslally ordereij Chalmers "4d" road
ster fur I.. .Mucfurlane, of Kona, who
has had one Chalmers already but
needed, a larger and moro powerful
car. As the Chstlnleers "10" has
1 cuch a splendid racing and r.tatid up
I record i ho ordered the roadster typo
as' iio.n suiting' ins purposes.
A hew factory1 cxpeit for the vul
(nulling plant came by tho W'llhcl
mfiui. Tl'il mnkes two factory-
John". Hcog, proprlotor1 and man
ngcr of Mime garage, Is In town
buying mrijlitnrrf and supplies for
tho O.inlen Island, die reports Inul.
iiciug me Hmootncu running ir in
half foot rail in fr.ont., tire ,
I Howes of the. sales department of
von Hamm-iouiig Cumpaiiy.
Desplto cold"-weather, hlgb wlmh,'
a ralp storm uud tliu tumble, Ktnll
(Iruunfeiilt, chief engineer of tho
I linker Motor Vehicle Company, drlv
'ing nishnft-drlvcn liaker electric Vie-
lorln, broko nil world's inlleago' rec
"ords for electric automobiles Wodnos
dav. N'ovonibci !)i i when In. ilmm
2ll.ii miles on nslnglo charge. Tho
totttli running time for tho trip, was
nineteen' hours and twenty minutes,
;!vln gan nvernge of 1 2.T,. mllei per
hour. 'CharleO.jSlelnhaimr ,autom(
lille editor o'r tho Cleveland 'l-oadcri
was chosen obsorvtr, ami nt no time
w.ar out of Bight of the teRt car. Tho
odomoter.on Mr. ,flriitnleldfs car was'
checked constantly by another Instru
ment on tho observer's car. At tho
end of tho run Mr. Orucnfeldl mi
nuupced ,thattho JSIIsoii i'foity,cell
battery' used lil'-illie Jest uould.bol
capable o fan cVoir greater 'tnlleag" '
after rurllier ,u'se. Althojigh hut
"Er6eu." tho liatlorV wan stilt ."tool
I now." Ho' further stiittvl'.tliat tho'
strenuous trip proved the high elll
clency of tho Kdlson battery- mid tho
entire absence of friction In tho shaft
driven' linker, ami with this car chal
lenge.) tho world. 1
Adverso Weather Conditions.
Tho run was started from tho plant
of tho Halter Motor Vehicle Company;
nt 7:30 n. .lit., Novembcr 9, nnd tlio
ronto chosen .was over tho roads of
Cuyahoga coiintyijust west of and ln-j
eluding tho suburbs of Cloveland. AI-'
Ihoiigli Air; Oruonfetdt was advised
that the U. S. .weather bureau of
Cleveland rppqrtq dan oinclnl Jem:'
iierntnro of only H degrees Kahron-
licit, and that tho wlml was blowing'
at tho rato of twenty miles nh hour,,
(he Intrepid engineer, Villi j,n.Krlnii
smllo, "started llmfcJnlre" mid headed
llio ,car Irtjo .JjjeT.wInd, ' s. I
,!vTJic'"riinJ w"(i's coullniied. without 'K
stiiglo Kjt uiHIL.8.oelock In .tho even-"'
Ing whtn n flvuMiiliiute slip wo.i
mado for lunch. Starting tho car,
again Mr. arucnfcldt contlniioj until'
2;SS ThurRday morning s.il lulled with,
4ho results obtained. Tho car woh.
driven back to .tho factory, a stop
mtplo while tho night watchman was
routed cut nnd tho ear placed upon.
llio floor under Its own power.
Rain Storm Dreakt.
Tho first 100 miles was rocorde.1 nt
3 o'clock In tho afternoon when the)
car was easily doing fifteen miles porj
hour In a strong side wind. Two bun-?
drcil miles' was recorded at 11:20
o'clock, when, u rainstorm, which. had.
threatened '.iilf dayJiroko, AtitMsl
time tho car had mado 211.5 miles at'
an nverogo' spccdtjif 13.'.' mllw liior
hour. Tho hisMliS. miles were finish-. -
cd In tho rain', drenching Mr, nruonj
feldt, and lenderjr the roads Bllp,
nei-V and JroflhAhnlln. Tnmnkn mnt..
ters' Wora. thefnp't left tiro develop-!
Oil n alrtttf I.K1rtttOT....1 .rpn.li.nll.. Ilnt
tcnod, reducing tho mlleago of tho
car. This puncture was not repaired
until after tha nirr.wxs.'complqted. il
When tho dash clock recorded 2:65
o'clock. Thnrsday morning, nnd tho
odometer recorded 2-H.5 miles, woa-i
ther cnndlllons becamo so disagree-1
nblo that Mr. (iruenfeldt. decided fo
drlvo tho car to tho factory nndonjoy
a much dfcsorvcd rijsti "For tho third
iiiiiu wiu uuKor uicqijic nas omKcn
tho world's mileage record," Btutod-;
Mr. Clriicnfoldt when ho." hud fltiUho.1.!
"I urn not only satisfied with tho effl-
clency of th Kdlscn battery and tho,1
Hakcr filctlnntess construction, but.
am ready nt any tlmo to drlvo against i
any electric antomobllo mado, my ohl
pouent to cover llio same course on-,
dcr thoisanij conditions and with the
A cigar lighter on tho steering post
of his motor car Is a,co:vcnlenco used'
by John II. llragdon of llavoi-hill.
Mass. Mr. llragdon. who Is tho tiro-
j ink tor of arostaiirant, known as "The
I.tro Having Station," la a' groat :
smoker ,nnd finds this attachment very
handy when ho Is driving In his
Franklin touring car.
Tho wires from thq cigar lighter
run In tho switch that lights tho car,
Tho electric power is gcnoralod bv a
small dynamo which Is olumped onto '
tho transmission sloovounnd Is drl'-t
on by n bolt from'n small pulley. This
ilymimo chargis n small stnrago hat'.,
lery contained In n box an tho run
ning board, f
Whenever Mr. Hrngdon wlthos to !
light a cigar ho thrown tho switch.1
tho curicnl from tho battery produces
a lump spark, and he lluhttt hlH cigar,
from n kind of lira that tho wlml can
not blow out.
A DAINTY TOILET ARTICLE.
Every .lady .who .doMrcs to .keep
up bor attractive appearance, while!
ut tho Theater, attending Ueccp-I
linns, when shopping, while travel-1
Ing nnd on nil 0'ccas.ons should
entry In hor purse a booklet aft
OOURAUIVB OKIKNTAl. UBAUTVf
I.I3AVKS. 'This Is a dainty little
booklet of exquisitely perfumed pow.
dciod leaves which are easily re
moved arid applied td the skin. It
Is Invuluublo whon tlio faca become!
moist nnd Hushed and Is (nr 'superior,
to a powder puff as It door not spill
and soil the clothes.
It removes dirt, soot and grease
from the face. Imparting a cool, del
Iriite, bloom to the complexion. Sent
anywhere on receipt of Ton Cenls
In stumps or coin. 1 T. HOPKINS,
ri" Oreal Jones street, ow York,
A woman's idea of a hruto Is any
man who declines to- Hatter her. i
.. TP.T.E' PUBL'Ci-We wish at this time to express our appreciation to
the Island public for tpc confidence reposed, in us, as .manifested by the
tlartjc;ntiiibc; 9 .purchases. 9: 'tijQi mofpr -cans we, deal in. Altogether in the
past we, have handled some Jen different inakes of cars;, we now handle
only three. , ' " .
' ' i ', . if --.
'' There is a reason for this. ' -
To handle any new make that was produced seemed to us too much like
"tryingUn the dog" will) the public ajs the Dog. , . ,
Our policy was to study' tlic sitilhtion carefully, gauge local conditions
?uW?" consult tljo best aufomobile authorities in America with the
rcsult'that we represent today .
i . i
vThe Pierce Arrow
.' ir s
:'r; ,:J (All Liccncea Under Scldcn Patent)
" Thcsehree grcatj makes, represent a combination of best practice in
-automobile constrifctioi1,.witi'tli'e,Widest chpice, of body types and prices.
The manufacturers of these three great .makes, are the leaders-in the in-.y-
. . .,.' i ,.', ,'
By handling only these three great makes we can do justice both to the
public and the (manufacturers. , J . ,
There are from five to eight thousand different parts in an automobile
multiply this, by: ten, and the number is Rnormous. Few dealers if any
could keep even, the necessary parts' of ten .makes to provide against incv- '
,itabe accident put with, th.ree it is, different. ,.,,.
Wc'wish ouh'name to besynonyn'ipus'with the '
, GOOD'AUTO S'ilNDRIES AND GOOD SERVICE.
i i I i, .
, ',,.', ;'t Faithfully yours,
H '. ' . .' it
SELECT, ATTHACT.'VE CHINESE EMBItOIDEKED PAT
TERNS have been recsived jiist in time to put on .display
for ths holiday trade. Wc believe you will atirca wilh.our
buyer that these are t'.ic most .attractive coods ,cver'( shown
here. The GRASS LINEN (arid. sifrkV EMBROIDERED
JOOODS arc DRESS SUITS and SHmT WAIST PATTERNS,
and TABLE COVERS and CENTER PIECES. ' , ",
, In tlie..SILK Q00DS patticMarly arc, DOYLIES, FANS,
) nd' HANpjBAQS espc Jolly airoDriate for Christmas. r,r
(mcabrantc. . '
YEE CHAN & CO.
An Appreciated Gift
Has value in the eyes ,of t'a0 receiver for its beauty and useful
ness. Imported Chinese gools have both these qualities.
Amonjr the artioles wc, an ihowinirare DRESS SILKS. SILK
SHAWLS, HANDKERCHIEFS anTl SHIRT WAISTS in all colois,
Buying Vs made easy, When you tee this display. .
We invite ypu to call. ,
041 Nutianu, near King St.
k h v :.. t
m m .- .m ,
: i i il i iTl 111
H.4 1 d
King and Bethel Streets.
Tai & Co.,
1 i . , "W . "1 I HI
1-ZH I lnirtAA J "hri ' i ;1
".V " ?: ; '" , ' ' -; t , j -fii i
'A tlrong'phfalc, but
.It's a good rumc.for
.Cooga Tcrfcct tol
fiill rairi Anrl umi
onc'injnectcd and itettcd. . No-'
perfectrolls u III reach yoUi'Thai'f
why it never Icakt t Tlitre Ire Wj
fliws, nolhia pliccs.no weak (pettf
Once it b. on the roof, jhewato
Will nol fet lltmitnliT
A umple will ihow jrM wlrjrflf
Send for iUoJ&sxi&itmXi ' j
1 'LEWERS &'C0bKfe
.177 South King St
NEW MONUMENT WORKS ' '
King Street, Near Alakea '4'
Nejir Alakea ',
Will do it
Dr. Hugh L. Dickey
Eye, 'Ear, Nose. Throat. .1150 Aim.
' H street (opposite Royal Hawaiian i
Hotel). Hours: 948:30 and l(30rii
I 1-30. Sunday, 1041. Evening by.t
Appointment. Telephone 3024. ,n
Dtonk books of all sorts, ledger1
etc., manufactured by the Bulletts)
I'utilUliInc CoinpanjTf ' ' "'"'
Inter-Ieland and O n,& T. .liinninV
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HIP Jaw'' I
i;,Conj;a Tcrfcct roll. 91'' (
A l carefully made and every .. ir H"1
n..r.k-.t. .. :n j. .,.''ri..i.
books for sale at tha Bulletin ,
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