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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., 8ATURDAY, MAY 13,' 1911.
AMONG AUTOMOBILISTS OF THE WORLD
REPDRTEd DURING PAST WEEK
Local Garages Doing Good Business and Outlook for 1912
Cars' Is Excellent First B nick Truck Arrives From San
The sensation of tho week nt tlio the demonstrating stunts whlrh theso
von Hamm-Young Company's snlcB
rooms was tlio nrrlrnl of n Ilnlck ex
press car, wlilcli was ordered tiy Mr.
von 1 latum, who la now In Sun Fran
cisco looking over tlio now lines.
Tliero lmsbcen a great call In Hono
lulu fop o"ilght truck nt a reasonable
price, and tho tlulck has Just hit tho
spot. This car sells for $1275 deliv
ered In Honolulu. Tho body measures
nnVS Inches long, and 7(1 Inches wide,
which gives amnio room for light
delivery of most any nature and is
particularly adapted to tho grocery
and provlslop business. Mr. von
Ilaiuin wns so Impressed by tlio great
number of theso cars In tiso In Son Company.
Francisco that he placed an order
at on co for a demonstrator.
Tho catalogues and specifications
of the now 1'nckard "Six" arrived this
week and tiro attracting a great deal
of attention at tho nfllco of tho on
llnnim-Young, Company. Never be
fore has a now model been so Inter
estedly anticipated as lias tho Pucfc
nrd "Six." Thoro seems to bo moro
Inquiries for this car than all tlio
rest of tho makes put together nnd
everybody is anxiously awaiting tho
arrival of tho first car of this typo
cars d Is not equated by any other
make of machine. Theso ears will
travel up tho Manna hill on the high
sliced at variation of speed from
six miles an hour to thirty-six.
Tho von Hamm-Young Company
rold to Mr. Gerrlt I. Wilder this week
ono of tho clever torpedo Overland
ears of tho typo which Is rn popular
l.ln Honolulu. Theso earn with their
very beautiful lines, line (inlsti nnd
cotnfortnblo riding qualities hnvo
made themselves very popular In Ho
nolulu, nnd another shipment Is on
the way for tho von Hamm-Young
Mr. Ocorgo 1. Cooko ' purchased
from tho von Hamm-Young Company
this week an Overland runabout for
bis use on Molehill. Mr. Cooko lias
experimented with a great many dif
ferent makes of nutiimoblles and con
siders the Overland tho most satis
factory runabout car of tho present
Tho now Ppi)c-llartfords aro also
creating a grefit deal of attention as mobile roster.
Tho Cadillac cars still remain an
popular as over and are still holding
up their wonderful reliability fea
tures. Two of theso cars weno sold
this week to prominent llonnlulunua
who aro rather timid about, having
their names mentioned in tho.uuto-
Tho von Hamm-Young Company
sold this week to Mr. David Amcrlrtis
Crockett a very hnndsomo ilttlo Hup
mobile torpedo runabout. These Ilt
tlo enrs aro doing wonderfully well
In Honolulu nnd owing to their very
small tip-keep nnd small gasoline
consumption aro fast becoming verj
popular hero. Mr. Crockett Is a very
successful travelling man represent
ing tho von Hnmm-Young Company
on tho various Islands and considers
that every man who has to travel on
tho other Islands deserves a Ilttlo
recrentlon In tho form of driving nn
ntitomnbllo when ho gets homo to tho
Puratflso of tho Pacific.
FROM THE WORLD
Mr. Mnrstnn Campbell, Supor-
tcndcnl of Public Works, went away
on tho Ilonolulun this week for n
much needed vacation. Mr. Campbell
was heard to remark beforo ho left
that a vacation without his Cadillac
would ,be no Mica t Ion at all. Mr.
Campbell is ono of tho most enthusi
astic automnblllsts In tho islands nnd
is one of tho pioneers of tho auto
mobile world. Ho has already had
two Cadillacs and considers them tho
most reliable car built for tho money.
Mr. Fredericks, who has been tour
ing tho islands with his Imiidsomo
great fi-cyllnder Iizler car, left on
tlio Sierra for San Francisco nn Wed
nesday. His car was very much ad
mired wlillo he was here nnd gnvo a
good many Ilonoliilnns a chanco to
heo what wonderful speed this enr
will make. Mr. Fredericks is tho own
er of two Uizlcrs, having a llinouslno
for IiIh family uso In San Francisco.
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Embroideries of Rare Beauty at savings that
count up fast. This is not a reduction sale of
mussed stock, but an undcrpriced sale of new,
clean goods, bought for this purpose, and lucky
indeed are you who buy embroideries at this
Sale. The patterns arc choice and quite varied
well wqrkcd on materials of high degree. "Price
shaving" not "Quality shaving' 'is the basic idea
o fthis Sale:
FMM'XCIMIS 15 inch wide Itcg. MM jd.
FMII'MI.MIS I.1 lurli vvldelteg. 'IM jil.
FI.OUM'INIIS !.' Inch u Mr Keg. S.flO )d.
I'l.or.NCI.Nd.S I.', Inch vvldelteg. .'.( )ri.
FI.OL'M'IMIH 27 Inch wide lteg. l.W) jd.
FJ.OIIM'I.MIH '- Inch wide Itcg. 1.75 yd.
n.Olf.NCI.ViS ii Inch wide Keg. '.'..' 0 id.
Fl.OUMi.MiS 'il Inch wide Itcg. 3..VI jd.
FMiU.NCIMIS -" Inch wliln Keg. 1.00 jil.
Sale price $1.50 jil.
Hale price 1.75 jd.
Sale price 2.25 jd.
Sale price :i.75 yd.
.Sale price .75 yd.
Sale price 1.25 jd.
Hale price 1.05 jd.
.Sale price 2.50 jd.
Sale price 3.00 jd.
'Hands friini 2!S to 5 iurlies vvldr.
Keg. 85c jnnl. Sale Price 25r jnrd
Itcg. 50c j aril. Sale Price 35c jaril
Meg. f!5c )iird. Sale Price 50c jriril
Keg. iav jnrd. Sale Price (10c yard
Keg. $1.00 jnrd. Sale Price 75c jnrd
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A Choice Lot of EMBROIDERIES from l-2
inch to 10 inches wide at. 25 per cent to 50
per cent, reduction, for' this week.
Monday Morning, May 15th
Opp. Catholic Church
Mr C. C. von llanim expects to re
turn to Honolulu on tho S. S. Wll
hclnilna. bringing with hlui scvernl
new cars and tho lastcst Information
on automobiles In general.
At the. Hcbiiinan imiiirc the erection
of tho new tuilldlng Is going nhenil
quickly, anil before long tliero will Im
one of Hie best gnruges In tho city In
be seen In place of tho old shed that
used to exist Tho show room will Ira
n beauty, and It will havo entrances
on Queen anil tho extension of Itlshop
street The gnrugo proper Is being
rapidly lilted nut, anil as soon as a
good solid lloor Is put In, the plnco will
iiio ncmimnn gnrngo snui a inni-i
iiit-in"iuir"Nl 1', 11, J. liowril, Willi
will use tho machine In the rent busi
ness The enr Is n roomy, comfortable
me, and the owner Is pleased with It.
Tho repair shop nt tlio Hchumnn Is
kept busy nil tho time, nnd the big
staff nf expert mechanics has to bustle
tn I'eep up with tho work. A ship
ment of tlio ever-popular II M F. cars
Is expected to arrivo soon from tho
mainland, nnd they wilt, without doubt,
Im snapped up as snnnns they aro
taken from tho stcnmcrT
FOR SPARE TOP
Should Be Kept In Sacks and
Not Loose In the Tool
Tho acrage motorist has learned
by cxicrloiicQ to tako proper caro of
tho mechanism of his car, but ho too
ortcn noglects his tires. Ordinary
raio accorded spate envelopes and
tubes Is good Insurance, and will xavo
tho motorist much tiouhlo and mo
noy A few suggestions at this tlmo ro
ga rdlng tho proper caro of tiros may
benefit tho reader.
Never carry spnro tubes unprotect
ed In Iho tool box they will Inovl
tahly coma In contact with sharp
tools and gieasy substances, result
ing In their serious Injury. It Is ti
well known fnct that oils and groaso
ate deadly enemies to rubber.
Kxposuro to strong light anil vary
ing degrees of tempcruturo Is also
very Injurious to rubber, nibbing It of
Its elasticity nnd making It brittle.
All of these dangers aro ovcicomo by
tho uso or water-proof cloth lings
uiado especially for carrying sparo
Inner tubes. Theso aro supplied by
al nccessory dcnlors.
Motorists somotlmes carry spaio
lubes in tho original cardboard boxes
Tlio Jolting of tho car in motion
causes (he tubes to chafn against the
shies of tho boxes, eventually weak
ciilag or oven wearing away tho rub
ber. Unloss tho tubes are to bo stor
od In tlio garago they should always
ho tuken from tho original boxes mid
placed In tubo bags.
Most of tin) uboo hints may also
bo adapted to sparo envolopos ox
sin 0 to strung light ami dampness
being particularly Injurious. An cu
volopo should never bo em r led nn
piotected on tho roof of n car, or loft
uncovered In the guiagcf Watnrptoof
wrappers or cases aro nuido especial
1u ff.M Ilin nriiliml l,m if num.. ..tiu.i
i J ,"'! ii... ', iri. . ...'i, ... r..i.i.. iiti.t.
lopes, and llndr uso will mean u big
I Having in Hie automobile nvvnur.
I In this nililicrtliui tlio Mlehollti
'Tire Ciiuiiaii.v of Mllllowii, N. ,1. is
pllbllslilug two liutiiiellou huokn
vvhii h riiiiiiilu iiiueh llin liifoniintlon
it value tn tin inulorlMl y writing
.tin,! in ihe iihave filliipnn)', IhIIIi
'In , i in 1.1 in den
What'ls Being Done With This
Medium Priced Car In Dif
Tho economy of tho medium priced
motor car has again been proved in
tho uso of tho Hudson Hondstcr In
tho schools of Houston, Texas. P. W.
Horn, Superintendent of tho Houston
Schools, uses a Hudson In his dally
school work for covering the distances
between thotVarious Reboots In Hous
ton. Tho tlmo It saves him and tlio
Increased pflclcncy of Mr. Horn as
Supoj-InUmdent' ', of tho Houston
Schools, ho figures would, In one
sense pay lor Jho motor car.
Hudson ownprs huvo been touring
In Eijropoto,H great extent during the
past year. .All pt them rrport Just una
trouble carburetor adjustment. Jt
seems Impossible to buy tho same kind
of gasoline .twice In Europe. During
the continental tour mudo by K. A.
Bchlojer of Iloston, in hTs Hudson car
ho negotiated tho mountains of Switz
erland nnd many nt the other high
ways, of Kurppc without using a single.
extra, pnrt or making any adjustments
except t;o, the carburetor From In
tcrlnkcn to I.ucqrn, the way Is very
hilly but, of course Hio scenery is
among tlio finest, In (he world and
ovcryiotorlstjn Uuropo braves that
rough country (u Ills car for tlio sako
of the vvi)iidorful views, Mr. Schlcler
mndq tho, trip without Incident, ex
cept for finding a new kind of gaso
line nvcry tlmo It was necessary to
till his gasollno tank,
The, Union, Jack is not tho only
thing tho Sun never set on It rnn't
set on tho Hudson Triangle becauso
Hudson, motor cars are In all quar
ters of tho globe and In almost every
land. Tho appeal that American
made goods makes to buyers In for
eign Jiinds, la well attested by tho
wide spread salo of Hudson cars
nbrnad. Although tho Hudson Com
pany has been making motor enrs of
that nnmo only slnco. 1P00, jet they
aro to bo found in various parts of
Africa, India, Chlnn, Japan, Australia,
tho Philippines, Kurnpe, and South
That a foreign business should bo
built up to such proportions' In only
two years, speaks volumes for Amor
lean made machines. Of course tho
secret of the Hudson success is largo
production. Foreign cars cannot rnni
peto with Iludsous becnuso tho motor
car companies abroad build such n
limited quantity of cars that they aro
unable to get tho coRt of production
down to reasonablo figures.
On account of tho Hudson's closo
resemblance to sotno of tho best
known foreign cars, tho "3X' Is meet
ing with tho sumo degrco of popu
larity abroad that Js met with by tho
French and Italian inado cars. Tho
fact that It costs only about one-third
as much as tho French nnd Italian
cars, adds to its popularity.
rhnsers. The division of theso orders
was ono hundred and fifty-flvo "Thir
ties," thirty-six "Slxles" mid soven
teen "Klghteens." Th corresponding
vvccTc of the 1911 season, showed onu
hundred nnd fifty-three cars. Tho In
creaso Is thlrty-flvo per cent.
Mote Packard cars and n greater
percentage of the season's output
have been sold this J car than nt tho
corrcsiondlng period of any preced
A now high mark for ono day's
business wna reached Monday, April
21, when specifications wcro received
for sovcnty-flvc cars, ten additional
enclosed bodies and four trucks.
Tho 1912 demonstrators have been
going forward during tho Inst two
weeks of April and rcgutnr shipments
to dealers start early In May. All.
shipments follow a regular schedulo
tonfornilng to dealers' allotments.
Tho salo of Packard trucks for tho
first quarter of tho calendar year
1911, was ninety-four per rent In ex
cess of tho record for tiro samo pe
riod In 1910.
Tho llnwnllnn band will piny In the
Capitol grounds tomorrow afternoon
at ,tlnco o'clock,, presenting tho fol
lowing program i
The Old Hundred.
Introduction Tho Volunteers... .Halt
()verturc Italian In Algiers. .Itnsslnl
jlallad Morning Ilcclhoven
Selection Krnanl Verdi
Vocal llnwallan songs.. Ar by Ilerger
Selection I.ucrezla llnrgln.. Donizetti
Intermezzo Tho Mlkad Sullivan
Finale Tho Camp, , . Hnll
Tho Star Spangled llatmer.
McCUBW At Mnnlrcaux, Switzer
land, Mrs. Tarn McOrow. (Ily cable)
l.ll.ll U ,M AMI
What This Car Has Done In
Track Events During
I.ozicr made formal announcement
April II, regarding price, details and
equipment for the next season's lino
of lazier motor ears. The ennouncc
ment comes as a surprise nt this
early date as new models aro usually
not ready bofore May or .tune. The
new Lozler factor)- here, hns been at
work on the 1912 product for some
time past nnd It Is announced that
next season's models aro now ready
for Immediate delivery.
Thoro will bo but two classes as
licrclnfort'. Tho big six rylindcr 51
II. P. and tho big four cylinder I'i II
P. These arc tlio two models used
In record breaking ovetits last sea
son nnd few changes hnvo been
made. Tho six cylinder will sell for
$5000 with full equipment and the
four cylinder will list at fITlio also
fully equipped. A Uizler six. It will
bo remembered, holds tho world's 21
bonr stuck chassis record nnd Is Iho
only slx-C) Under model w filch has
cvor brokeiithls long distance ninrk.
Tho determination to innko tho six
cylinder model tlio leader of tho l,o-
wlnt II tin tutttt kiiii.Mli will nn ttrittlit
liavo an Important bearing on tho
six cylinder situation In 1912.
Races At Brighton Deachand Los
Angeles Free.for.all Events.
There is so much confusion In tho
public mind icgnrdlng automobile
races and records that without refer
ring to tho record table, It Is dlnicul'.
to ascertain Just what cars and driv
ers aro really the holders of varlou'
bench speedway and road records.
Tho 21-hotir record for Instance Is
thu subject of. considerable misun
derstanding. Tho official record
tablo gives tho world's 24-hour stock
chassis competition rocord to Hnlph
Mnlford and Cyrus Patschko In tho
liozlcr car This team won tho 21
luiur stock chassis raco on tho ono
mile horee trnck at Ilrlglitnn Ilea eh
In October, 1909. making a world's
rccird of 1190 miles. Patschko and
Poolo In 1910, exceeded theso figures
with the Stearns enr. but tho event
was not for stock cars nnd tho record
tnndo did not, for this roafton, disturb
tho I-ozlcr stock chassis record
In tho latt Il-ho-.ir race on tho Us
Angeles one mile board trnck April
8!h and 9th, tho Hat car alto exceed
ed the I.ozler mllcnge of Ilrlghtou
Dcach, but this too was In a frco-for-al
event, mi that tho world's 21-hour
stock chassis record still stands to
tl'c credit of the lyixlcr car
D. & S. COUGH AND CROUP CYRUP
Alt affections of tho respiratory or
gnns nro speedily helped by tho use ot
Uils old FAMILY MEDICINE.
Prepared only by
DOCRICKE A. RUNYON CO.
micu to CHNTS
For salo by all Druggists.
It Is hcffilllim? ii .rent fmt for niitn.
mobllo dealers who llvo within 400
miles of Detroit to tako a customer to
Detroit, sell him n car thoro, and tout
"Kvery wick wo have from twenty
to tlllrtv ilenterH nll rm if wild llmlr
fMlutrimfiru M mil, I Vl...llr,.ut.l.in 1.. tf
nroauwcii of tho "Hudson Motor Car
ClimtintlV. "Iir ttlf, liwmt tmrt flinui
visitors aro from small cities .and
towns. Tho customer likes tn see
wiiero his now motor car Is inado
tho dealer lias Inistiinss nt thn Tm
tory, so they make tho trip together
nnd tour homo In the new cur.
Naturally Detroit's rmiiit.itlnn ,,
ono oi tnu must liniiutlful cities mi tho
globe Is cnealv entmnroil hv tlm ...m.
btant stream of automobile dealers
i i.... i... .:. . ...
iiiu uujcis, yiiiu .no pouring into inu
"City of tho Straits" every day. They
see tho beauties of the city from their
now motor car and go away declaring
that tliero Is, no placo on earth like
Walker K. Patterson, tlm iimiunn
dealer at Portsmouth, Ohio, recently
flnlll (i f,ir...ilnn. I.. 11m II. .1... ... .,. ..
....... .. .u.u-11,,1., ti, ,,,. Jlfu in l,ll
cty and brought tho doctor to Detroit
to dollver tho car. They turned, homo
about tour hundred miles through
mud most of tho way and went In
lVgh gear the whnlo distance.
"Detroit's automobile factories nro
naturally a source of wonderment to
outsiders unit the owner of 11 enr
likes to tako u trip through tho fac
tory which pioduced that particular
machine," said Mr Ilroadwell.
FOR PACKARD CARS
A heavy demand fur motor cam nf
Iho higher gradu Is Indicated by tho
early season llgliros of Iho P.ieknnl
Mnioi Car Company. Dining tho
week ending A pi II i'i, which followed'
Iho announcement nf tlm 1911' IIihi.1
spi'i'llk'iUlims fur two hundred mil'.
pldlil ears vvcue rwnlmd ill the ihp"
lory vtlilrh mwiu that iiuiiihei if
I'oiilruii. nui'il In individual pin- ajf
We are offering a choice collection of articles which
must -be sold at once in order to make room for new
automobiles coming on the next boat, as follows :
One Rubber-Tired Trap, in perfect, order,
One Reading Standard Motorcycle,
One Maxwell Runabout,,
One Stevens-Duryea Touring Car,
- One Cadillac Runabout,
One Stoddard-Dayton Runabout,
One Second-Hand Hupmobile Runabout,
For Sale at the von Hamm Young
Rcnr of Alexander Young Hotel