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EVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, SATURDAY, APR. 13, 1912.
If You Want Any Information Regarding the 1912
PfeMi3C, 111 .
WONDER RIDE IN PACKARD SIX
CONVINCES "DOUBTING THOMAS"
Tlio miuh i I K il of ilcnii'"ii)ii of
llllBlnCM 01 tilt! to 111,' I lei B1IK.II -.UUP
lias liml prncili ally no ofli 1 1 on tin
automobile buslm-si if the on llninin
Young Compan I .til All departments
seem to ulion the same brink business
which 1ms bo characterized this con
corn for no long
Tlioto Is a Packard fix on -xhlbl
(Ion this week which has attrncled a
vast nmoitnt of attention.' 'as theno
ningnl(lcont mm bines nro fast outdo
ing nil previous model In regard to
ualcn. Ono rencon for tho enormous
amount of Packn'ds sold tills ear Is
absolutely the fai t that the now Six
linn such unlimited power nnd won
To tho von linmm Young Compan)'
knowledge there has never been but
one mnn In the Inlands uho was pre
jiidlcrd against the Packard. How
oer this man. who has held this feel
InjJ ngnlnst Ihe car Is a power In a
certain seel Ion of thr Territory and
Is looked upon as one of the best nil
thoTlllei o'l automebllrs to be found
nniotiBst the lajmcn. JTItls gentleman
strolled mm ih" salesroom of the Mm
II. mini Yiiunr Comi any Inst Satilrdn).
nrrompanled bv a friend from ono ot
Iho other Islands. They were tin lied
In Inspect and ride in the new 1,'ack
Mil 8li! iho declined with tlinukt,
stating that they bad had vert little
experience with Packard Oars nnd
were t at her prejudiced against them
llowoor, the were prevailed mioii in
lest tin cni out. whhh the proceeded
to do. with the hnidest kinds of to!
Tne Mrwt stunt to bo put ilirougb
was to illml) Pacific II. lulr, all ilu
ai in t In- rato ot six miles nil hour
on the liiitti win with the engine run
ning as xinotbl ns If It were going
down hill. The test was accomplished
without ihe least elTort. to Iho utter
amazement of the two occupants, nnd
ihev Immediately admitted that the
Packard Six was absolutely the finest,
most powerful nnd smoothest bid
climber which the. had over ridden
The net test wn a speed trial on
Kaplnlnnl Hill, which was nlccli nc
tompliBhcd and tlnlBlietl at the top of
the hill ni the rate of In miles an
The next stunt was a quick get
awa. with a dend start and dead stop
all In one short block. This fent was
peifonued cnsflv attaining a Sliced of
"ill link's an hour In tho middle of u
When the gentlemen let uracil to
the oti llntnm YotiitK Company's
salesroom their minds were very ma.
tcrlalli changed In regard to the Pack-
laid and slmc this wondetful perform-
unce thej hao beiotno the heaviest
boosters which the Packard has In
the llnnnlinn Islands
This mil. Rocs to show what one
short demonstration with the Packard
.-M. will do, as It Is by far Ihe most
wonderful eroatlon which has ever
bpeu brought to the lawnll.iu Islands.
The Honor Kcdl this week lonslsls
of the following
Mi Vnilrew Adams
C 1 Sc nooning .1 Co.
' John Ka'iVnlin
I l'iw inn lie Mlopnienl Comi'an.
1 1 -Tihati 1 1 n
Y SHUN CARRIAGE COMPANY
The two unto hone cults which will,
mark the llrst nop towuiil "motorb.
ing the lloroliiln tire department, a-i
icconii'icndod In the Pleld report,
have been rccoled by Scliumnn t',u-i
rlago Co Tho big hose wagons camol
111 on the stcatmr inaucs, anil win no
rcaily lor delivery the llrst part of
next ,wcck. Thero Is Bomo tuning n t
nnd ndjustlng to do In put motor e
hides of tliis site In flist class run
nlng order, hut onto delliered. tho
department will ha little to do Inn
crnnk up and 'boat It" when the belln
Sales made cm other ours by the
Scluiman Company weie
I El II P Stoddaid Dajton Com
l'lirlincnt Roadster, ptilnted golden
brown. This inr was sold to Ml
Samuel I'arkor. Ir.. of Huniinul.i. Ha
wnil. This car has the distinction ol
' I'ulng used In iho highest eloatlon nl
nnd car on the Islands. Ilumurla N
titualcd 7000 feet above sea lcel
1 Stoddard lloailiter. Coin lei modi
lo Mr, 10. Austin Jones
1 Knrd Touring Car to Di Mowing
of this iltv.
1 Ford Touring Cnr to Dr It. P. Nut
tape. 1 Plunders "2" lo . Ilawifunc of
1 Ford Torpedo lo Ml" li A M- llo,
of Haiku. Maui
I Ford Touring Car In II, Italsloii,
Hie wireless telegraph operator m Lit
1 I'ord Torpedo In Dr. Thus. .1,
West, of Makaoll, Kauai.
1. K M F. "SO" Touring Car to .Iho.
Mitchell, of Pala, Maul.
1 K. M. F. "HO" Touring Cnr to Paj
uiastor Stevens, nl tho Naval Station.
The llrltlsh bark Uulf Stream, which
loll illasgnw April 29 for tho Coast
wllh a cargo of firebrick and sower
pipe. Is now uninsurable nnd has been
posted for 'nnulrj at I.lojd's. This is
the usual step which precedes tiio
posting of a esscl us missing, and In
iIIcuich that ver slim hopo Is enter
lalni'd tbnt I lie essel is still afloat.
She was hpnken last May In tho Norm
Atlantic in-il has not been heard of
Von Hamm Yount Company
Delivers Sevcrai Roadsters
and Trucks to Well Pleased
Tho Ovorlnnds hold the record this
week, as they were 2 In I In the dc
liveries which were ninde. the Suit
ntorluin buying the wouderliii little
Owrlnnil truck and C ,1 Schoenlus
& Co. Inking delivery of an 0erland
Model CI Touring cnr, Ihe lnte.u
model. The Ovet lands are fast gel
ling more nnd more popular and aro
indeed a wonderful little car for the
Mr. Andrew Adams took delivery of
n new 1ft 2 Cadillac Kunnhoiit. This
Is the second Cadillac which Mr
Adams has had In Ihe last three Jears.
nnd was led to tnnke this pitrchusi
through the wonderful work which
this previous cnr has performed Mr
Adnins states that he hns only spent
"'lo for parts on his previous Cadillac
lu tin ee years of very hard running
It lakes u good cur lo nnswer tho
wants of Mr. Adams as ho ofttlmes
has to drivo to Honolulu In tho rough
est kind of weather. Tho Cadillacs
nre last becoming tho best nil around
car for plantation and faithful service
Mr. John Kntikaallu purchased a
I'll 2 T-i'asscnger six cylinder Wlnton
touring cnr which he Is going to plate
nl tho rent service on tho Young Hotel
Automobile Stand. Tho Wlnton Sl
Is a w outlet full) smooth running car
with plenty of power, and Is an Ideal
car for the rent service.
Tho Hawaiian Development Co.
took delivery of a Model 411, fi-passon-
gcr llulck touring car. This cnr Is to
be used by Col. Sum Johnson, who
hns been using a Ilultk car for the
past three ears with very good re
Hulls. The llulck which Col. Johnson
has been using has been In use In tho
run between llllo nnd Pahon, where
tho roads nro terribly rough ami It
takes a good car to withstand Jho
awful bumping that n machine gots
over a road of this kind. Tho llulck
has always been known us ono of Iho
toughest built enrs. and this export
etice only bears out the underfill rep
utation which Ihcy have.
The New Everett.
The von llntnm Young Co, received
by the S. S. I.urllno four llulcks and
ono Kvcrltt Six touring car. Tho Kv
erilt Six has caused nil unusual
amount of fnvornblo comment on Gns
olino How, and bids fair to bo ono of
tho most popular carH In the future
on the Inlands. Tho engine In the
Kwrltt Six Is us quiet as any sleeve
less type of motor which was ever
put on the market, nnd has twice the
elasticity and power of the so called
Knight motors Tho i:ciltt Is built
throughout with chrome nickel steel,
'and nobodv bus been able ns et to
illguro how the Mctzgcr Motor Co. can
put out n car of this wonderful btnud
ard nt the price of S22ri0.(0, full)
equipped, f. p. b. Honolulu. Tho nix
cylinders nro cast en bloc, which cuts
down tho number of parts, makes the
engine much more rigid and a great
deal Blinplor than Uiom engines which
Do Not Ask Our Competitors
Stop the first Cadillac owner you see. Ask him how he likes his car.
Ask him about Cadillac service. Ask him about the electric starting device. Ask
him about the electric lights. Ask him about the ease and comfort. Ask him all
about his Cadillac Car.
If that does nor satisfy you stop
all the Cadillac owners you see. We
have delivered 50 nineteen twelve
Cadillacs in these Islands, and they
are easy to find.
Do not hesitate asking any owner.
They are all proud to talk about
their cars. Ask them how they are
treated by the von Hamm-Young
Company, and anything you want to
i know about the service of the car.
If you still seek information ask
any 1911 Cadillac owner, ask any
! 1910, 1909, 1908, 1907 or even the
owners of cars before that date, what
i they think of Cadillac cars and
I Cadillac service.
We rest our case entirely on what the owners tell you
If you want a 1912 Cadillac we advise you to order at once.
Demonstrations Cheerfully Given
The von Hamm-Young Co., Ltd.
Did You Ever Try an
0K0LEHA0 is a Hawaiian liquor made from ti root and is distilled only at Kcei,
Kona, on the Island ot Hawaii.
It 's an excellent baie for cocktails and other mixed drinks and many drinkers
nrllnr if In ,r.
IJIlillil II M Jjlll. l'l
' j. Jtt- .
Sold at all bars. Ask for it.
Supplied to family trade in bottles or by gallon.
hnvo tho cylinders all cast scparaM.v
The now cnr Is a wonderful!) easy rid
ing machine, has mngulllccnt Hues,
and Is one of (lie most comfoi table
cars of the fi-passcngcr type which li
attainable. The Kvcrilt is known so
well all aver tho mainland that Iho
new Sixes arc selling like wild Hit,
and It Is verTinrd to obtain thes
cars as the factory Is cry much bo
hind in Its orders.
Tho Popes this year aro making a
great hit, nnd the expression of "I'opu
'Junlltv" Is now a !-word all over
Ihe Stales. The wave of current In
teiest of "Mndo lu Hartford" products
and the great popularity of the I'opo
j cars lu nnd around Hartford glvt i
special prominence to the I'opo Mnnu
fatluilng Company's exhibits of pleas
ure models mid 3-ton trucks at tlio
llaitfoid nutomoblln hIiuw. I'rom tho
engine to tlio small bolts and nuts
practically ocry part of tho Pope
Hartford car Is made in tho local
plant by skilled Hartford mechanics.
Tho character' of I'opo workmanship
and I'opo quality Is favorably known
Iho world over. At tho Popo faclotles
wllero the company mnkos four- and
slvcj Under pleasure models in 17
body types; 2-ton trucks; motor lire
wagons; police pntiols uud ambu
lances, thero Is an automobile show
In progicss nil the jear around. M
t lie public show, howovcr, tho I'opi
llnrtfoid exhibit Is limited by lack of
tpac,e to 4 hanilrome pleasure inndeis
nnd n display of 3-ton trucks. In tho
pleasure car exhibit aio Included a
slvc) Under flout door roadster, a six
cylinder, so en-passenger torn Ing car
and n fnur-c.llrdcr phaeton, TIicm1
enrs attracted a wonderful lot of nt
atiitlnn nnd were ronll the finest ex
hibit In tho whole sho.v,
Kveiy Hue of the long, lithe Pope
Hartford Is indicative of power, uiiii
fort and liixuiy. Mechnulcully It
possesses nil the advantages of u
nianollouslv quiet llexlblo smooth
i tinning motor. It Is a strong hlli
climber and lu all olhcr respects n
magnificent cnr. 'I bo grncerul con
tours of tho body and Its low set,
ttrnlght lino effect nppenls stiongl
to those who irpptcclato tho beautiful
as well as the piuctlcal. Ill Us slruc
tural nnd mechanical makeup aro in
corporptcd Iho finest workmanship
One of these I'hnolon models, which
Is one of the hamlMimcHt cars to bo
seen lu the Islands, and bears out nil
of the Pope quallllcatlons which have
fo chniacletlzeii theso cats for Hie
p.iht live jears, is now on exhibition
nt tho big snlesioom of the von Ilnmtii
WHERE DO YOU BUY
Duyors of both sexsi will find exactly what is wanted in
our large stock.
Next to quality, our Hat Prices appeal to tlio careful spender.
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We do more careful work than any other laundry
and that our prices are as low.'
Because W. D. Mclntire (25 years' ex
r perience) is in charge of the inside work.
Because Clifton Tracy is Manager
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