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EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU, T. H, SATURDAY, JUNE 15, 1912.
J!XSiH BrveVc rtlFTt,mit?' Iirfn'll fM '
Another Cadillac was delUcrod to licnto 'Mils shows tho Bleat popu Installed In the lloston i lire department
I0N0IDLU AUTOISTS ASKED TO
Pant. A. AlnA. nf tin. lst-lnf liv illrert larlty of the latent tyno of Hupmo-
shipment from San Francisco, bile, which In making a record for
Sexcral other order hae been re Itself as one of the most efficient unci
IteUed for Cadillacs which aro due satisfactory cars selling at a low price.
to arrlo during this month, every one The truck business Is steadily In
or tho cars duo to arrive hero on the crenslng In Honolulu, as well ns on
Houolulan being already sold the other Islands The demand for
I Ono of themany points In faor of the lot priced light weight truck hai
the Cadillac car Is thnt tho second, demonstrated that It Is much moie
hand Cadillacs bring n better price economical than the horse drawn do
tlinn nllnnst nnv nllinr pup mnilt. Knt llcry WaUOllS.
lean II, nn 4 o,.,wi.i,!ii,,1 r'nillllnra A truck esneclnlly In favor with the
were sold by the on Hamm-Young retail dealers Is tho Uultk 2 ton truck,
IPo. during the past two weeks, and 1 which can bo furnished at 127"i00 t
I more secondhand Cadillacs nrn now o. u. nonoiuiu wnn sense uiiujr, us
Fervlce was glcn n testing recently.
Tho engine shot a stream up ener mo
to') of tho tower of a building IC" feet
In the air.
The town officials' of llrookllno,
Mbbb, having added secral pieces of
motor apparatus tu Its fire department
I, as decided that Its chti-r of police
should also have n car and has pur
chased one for him.
Don't Wear a Truss
Two of the land parades will bo ot being overhauled and gotten nady press body and nrlous other tww.
irtliular Interest to nntomoblllstH. for customers who nre nwaltlng The Coyne furniture Co, tho Ha
i wal an Bonn worgs. ine w o
I . l. fn llm Wlnl.ltnn W'nffir CVllTllinllV
von Hamm-Young Co. Gets Invitation From Auto Companies
News of the Week Along Gasoline Row.
celebration Antolue ilt- la Motto
Undlllac, In the iur 1701 founded the
fort on tin Pftiolt Hhcr which Iiiih
I hr fun Hamm iintig Co lime Just teems to (It the slle of ml nival I)c
... i,,,i n i..n..r ..r iMiiiniinii fi.ni irolt will present The llrst three
itji- I hi knrd Motor I'ji I'd ami Uu
Phillllai Motor Car Co In Detail' to
all nil the inonsltr lekbrntlon which
will take plnie on lul) 22nd, lo ((If
hiu'i' the 211th annlM-rsarj of the
lo udlng of the Clt of Detroit I lo
i lulu aiitonieiliMlsts who lute tit lo
up, lid the montli of lul) on Urn mnln
lit ml will do well to indinuir to be
.ii ll,.li(ilt mi litis itiite .14 tin. i ele
l.r-. I,. i, nr, ,,tlni' In Mm llltiinilllllnll Will rOlltlllUI- I
le.elved b the Mm lliimnniiiiiiK Co ' lie fort most Industrial. mercantile
ii, mist h in lie one i,r Hie lilggost of limine lul Interests In Detroit are
i,u Li,,.i i.,r i.oi.i ,,iiui,r.. 'ak of the ciriihiil, nud between
One ts helng ndertlsed as a $2 ,000,- same.
mill unrmln nnil In (I .till tin lomi 19 fllilrU Hln Rail,-
noil uiotoi cars, the majority made In' Another car which Is talked of n nnd a number of others are reporting
Detroit Tho decorations of Ihcso great deal all over the mainland Is ory enthusinsticaiiv over mo rim en
cnrH will be regulated so as to pro Iho lltilck. The demand for this car did results which thoy are obtaining
mote linrmom and the general effect, lias Increased so tremendously thai from this light delivery truck, nhd It
This automobile laud parade may bo tlelltcrtes can onl bo mndo u month Is only n question of time until most
Utter described ns uu Industrial pa cr so after orders liae been placed of the horse drawn vehicles will ho
M-utit It will be uiado up of floats Capt. II. S. Offlcy, of Scholleld Hat- supplanted by motor trucks
contributed by the loading Detroit racks, who has Just arrived In Ilono The I'nckard Motor tar lo, whlci
Industries, nnd It has already been lulu, placed his order for a llulck In hns for n number of years had such
I'eslgiiLiI to outclass completely other Seattle, so ns to bo sum and get do splendid success with their 2 ami 4
l.l.,ul.-l..1 ,..it.,.l..u tint ,i t vnl-lnna HvelV ns enrlv n, tmatllliln p e,m toll tTIICkS. in0 JUSt rorWanlOll 111'
.liiHirlnl iiniiiileM nut on nt various llvctv as earlv ns nosslhle. )et ren ton trucks, hno Just forwarded
mes In various American municipal though tho order was placed on thn formation to tho von Hammooung
These Hints nre now being mi or May, the car lias not arrived ui uiai mey uu pm " " -
. , ,. ..ii., - i.i n .,i im tlin innrket This truck embodies
sllablis liullinte the reason fur the .... ,,, ,..,. illliIinM sneclnl ns set ' .on tho mnrket This truck embodies
.. . . i Id ,...,
I arranged for their construction I The'von Hamm Young Co were for- '"' "I ."".."" , .7. "''i "i,"i
Tie retiurts ri'tlle(l irillll nil CIVer tlllmtn In ,'nlltin, n fo rnl-lnniU """ i!u""Uhcn "" .",""" ."."'"
Ili tnnltilnliil In l,,f,r,,np II ITnJIIlllf. Iltr.ni,,!. ...! !... ,l..r..r..pn li. ., nli1. IUIKHIII lllll.n, llin, "in wu niyi.. ...
anl".".'.'...'".',:. VrJ'Sl1'" ' cl,ll" ,,,ore -"l"'s"","' to make deliveries of llulck on time. T','i ?' on'' wTin iVii h.rf fi
cities In the land The er location) .. .. .. ,. ,, joooo VJli Tho ilellverles nf Ilnlrks this week of ir,0 of)' wl,n wheel base or 14 It
.V'nml'u.HSSc" " "'"" '" '''l" d,d."ered Tn tho InHude'n'be'a' MM Mrfe "sfi "n nabou '?! " ffhM2 HloTol
tlble and unliiiie , ,U 3 during this season, nnd ecry to Mr. C. Ii. Hall, and one of the optional. lengths of J2, 14 or 1C feet.
The celebration this jenr will licgln , ,, f ii,n iuwiith has nothing but milpnrilil l,lil,.,,nurn,l Mmlnl 2S llnml I
the night of .Mondu, July 22nd, ntull nralse for the ear
ilnvs ami fi niglits j, Di De
ll. Iiirurmiilloii iccelwd In refer zu M) ami i.uiiii win lie speui in , Mr
. imiiiiiir ii rim iiimr ui tmitiif linn uimiiri
inn' to this gnai ceioiiinmui is ns "h . .mw ni ,.,i..u. n,in IMI
Irom mi Industrial nnd
I he cliv nf Detroit Is planning to ''uiidpoliit oer presented
lelilirnti- the 2llth .uinlversar of Its l ''",l1 H'ntes
ti.iiiidliiK with a glgnmlc rnriilMil ile Most or thn world knows Detroit's
lifinil in he mi aiiiiuul etein and to .lositlon ns an nutomolilli) inniiiifiii
ni.il i In It Uu (iirnhal iiiun of luring renter and, not unuiilurnll
'.uiil.i l'his lelebriiilon Is to be i ndlllnipta will pav irtloul.ir utlen
Iii ii u ( iiillllu(iia n name whlcl, Hon to the motor car
fliers to Mr K. I Hpaldlng A thin!
Gets Car. 'llulck, a pretty little louring cur, wnt
During tiiu past weeit mo von biitppecl to tho Kauai llaiago Com
Hamm Young Co delivered tho only pauy.
CikH1I.ii' touring ear left on the floor Tho "(Ireater Hiipmoblln" which has
liimes I) Dole, of pineapple created such n stir on the mainland,
Mr Dllln litis Inst returned nn well liq tn llnmilnln lu RlUt tnppt
historic ul frni dm mainland, where ho went on lug with tremenilous sales In Iho
business, nud Incidentally he looked Knst and West, nud It Is almost lin
Ii to the merits of the ninny motor posslblo to get deliveries from tho
cure manufactured After due consld-'fnctory. Bevcral orders for tho
nation, Mr Dole decided that the "Greater Ilupmnlille" touring mm
Cudlllnc was the enr best suited lu hnvc been booked by the von Hanun
his purposes, thn most rellnble and Young Co , tho best delivery, however,
the most economical In the long run that they enn get Is about C weeks
More than 10,000
of the 1912
Find in it, all that
a motor car should
More than ten thousand completely contented and enthusiastic 1912 Cadillac owners-more than ten thou
sand people with no dispos'tion or desire to own any other car--doesn't that present an impressive
picture to your mind?
People are accustomed to say that the man who huys a low-priced car will some day own a better one
but the man who buys a Cadillac stops there whether he has owned a car of higher or lower price.
A great majority of Cadillac owners are amply able to pay more money why is it they are not tempted to
Because the Cadillac owner finds his car all thai a motor car should be finds that it renders service which
money could not better.
f'.i'lilLii ownt'ij) beiiin with a dependable oloctiical
system that automatically cranks and lights the
t .It foatmos exclusive in tho Cadillac, They
(hock ovei everything that tho Cadillac is and
dues- and find nothing in which they would ask
For example: the excellence of the Cadillac engine
is actually axiomatic in the engineering vvoild,
It is accepted not meielv as the finest type of
uu'ino extant at the Cadillac price but as a
type and a pattern of engine excellence tho
world ovei ; and at any price,
Muic than thiity-five thousand foui -cylinder Cadillac
engines have, in advance, established the un
impeacluiblo reliability of the motoi which the
1912 owner finds in his car. He knows that he
may expect tho superlative of service from tho
caieful and costly principle of "built-up" and
"individual - pairconstruction; and his expec
tations are not disappointed.
f cidilLic methods of cylinder - and - piston measuie
ment reduced to the minutest accuracy known
to the manufacturer of motor cars havo ad
vertised that phase of Cadillac construction in
tho remotest corners of the world ,
The Cadillac ownei knows before he buys his cat that
ho could not, at any price, surpass the efficiency
of tho engine, Is it suipiising, therefore, that
when his piioi knowledge is exemplified in
daily seivice, no cthei engine tempts him?
You have no doubt lieaid of Cadillac engines in uso
for so long as ten yeais without developing a
Willi the coppei iackelcd cylindeis, the 'Cadillac
owner finds the watei circulating space so uni
form that wUh the efficient Cadilac system of
radiation the cause of overheating is eliminated.
The accuiate fit of cylinders, pistons and rings again
'demonstrates its far-reaching influence on the
efficiency of the Cadillac system of lubrication
a system that eliminates the "smoke nuis
ance" and permits many an owner to run his
cat foi a year or more without even removing
a spark plug.
Caibuiotoi ,clutch, transmission, steeling mechan
ism, springs, brakes and control, drive and
axles space does not permit of our discussing
thorn all but each and every ono of them
reaches that high Cadillac standard of perform
ance which permits no higher standard,
And in that last sentence you have a glimpse of the
true souice of Cadillac contentment and enthus
iasm the Cadillac makes its own standard in
evory pait and phase and function that goes to
make a motoi car what it should be.
The Cadillac does not aspire to an ideal set by some
one else it makes !ts own ideals and raises
them higher and higher.
The Cadillac does not strive after the achieve
ments of other plants it is a school and a
model in and unto itself.
Cadillac Motor Car Co., - Detroit, Mich.
'KII'IIIMl ('V)t lhl)0
Oilier niiiili Isi Fimr paxMiimr
l'lini Inn $1Hiio, four piiHMii.
Kir 'liirnidii $1900, Inn p.n
hriiKir Kiiinlslir iflSII", cteu
IMHMUKtr l.linuiisliie MJ.10.
I'rlii'i V. (). II. Detroit, Inilud.
Iiij," blund.iril equipment.
i:ery steamship sailing fttim I'usnt
Sound for tho Antipodes is cnrrylni! ,Mij
all tho automobiles It 'can nceomnio
date On the steamship HlrutliKyle, "
ftM inirVM flKI iniiim wyp w
t1vra )! Minnfpiirwr
tU !MptnMrTir pin,
ntirapt miin aprinc rma
ootilta ! chafaet MmDtrit
VaalBK ma bubU bolt. Th moM
kataiuF6Mifilr IrtUN tlrnaplVM
it him wllhMt hlBrtriBaa trnBi Hft m Ml.
utt 14 bttfi, P" iunnrraB pr ir.
Ywtrdrd (Ml UUI rat bl
fiTrs di hMnwl'r&rJJPViv.?
Inlnk vr nin"""1"" . nriuiuiM
oihi .a ..n tiimt. m-
PUP0 LABORATORIES, Block 874 SLLouli.H.
which recently sailed from Kvcrett,
Wash, there were sixty-three aiilomo
hlles, the total value f which Is cstl
mated at ?72,000.
k.n, ih4I will Uu., r,M Til.1 ri.M
lliat will Bland about every posslblo
condition In the catalogue of hard ser
vice dray or brown metallic pntnts
.."""InoTor "tt1, ortianco !" '-"- H"' '?.-'!! . ,1.!.
hnvo lost their iikih tu me eouuiy :,,. ," ,
Circuit Court, but may appeal the
enso to the Indiana Supremo Court
In the meantime tho city Is Inslstlii';
that automobile owners pny tho II
reliso fee for 1912
Difficulties attendant on tho llaht
IliK of ordinary kerosene dnshbonr I
nnd tall lamps will InrKely vanish If
toforn HehtliiK tho wick Is llrst turn
ed up for about half an inch nud then
In t lie rapacity of rudlator pnluts aro
ilolni; nicely when appjlcd In thin
liodv. Tho troublo has been that the
mesh of tho radiator becomes clogged
with pigment, whereas under n cor
rect process Ibis condition should Hov
er oc cur.
Major itldiard Slvester, miporln
loudeiil of police lu tho District (if
Ciluiiihlu, hns propared n draft of n
tiirii,,1 ,lnii in lis iirmier lieluhl Tim "'" ,vl,," uu in iiii-Huiii iii ino ins
I wZ lel effMt s Z . f., l lrlct Cnmmln-loiiem for approval In
SriH,' f x sss :ri is. r.
X'XXZtiT -llavoolro1i"io T
' tent recently that drastic measures
Iho Wisconsin lllgliwny Conimls- i,,e cnnsldereil necessary Tho pen
hIoii has npproved plans nnd begun ,lty nl present for tnklng nn nutomo
work on n new lilgliwny of n permn pile liy ono who has no right to tnko
iipnt nnture between NeiMinh-Mennsha n, iimiall) for tho purpose of a Jo)
nnd Applelou, Wis. Tho road will ho , ic. Is but n $10 line,
built by the commission nt tho cost of .
$7r,00 to the Slnte. as an experiment The Stnle or WjomliiB InleiuH to
nl or Illustrative highway. The road lighten tho labor of the Iransconll
will bo constructed of macadam wllh nemnl tourist this summer If work on
a bituminous binder nnd weurlng sur- n,,. gmt,, ,, counts for anything,
face, making It practically nn asphnlt Contracts have been let for n short
I pavement. cut fiom Table Hock to Point of
. AUTO NOTES
Tho Dener, Chamber of Commoreo
tibandoneil Its project for a lJenver
Now York sociability run, nnd made
lndlnnniinlls the eastcrmost point
touched by the tour. This Action wns
taken bccniiBo tho malingers full that
n shorter tour tliroiign tno Miuuie
West would mean more to the good
roads and tourist movements of Colo Hocks, which will sao about 40 miles
rndo and the West than n long trip to? April receipts for ntitomobile license nn the nroseiit route. This jiou- mml
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the eastern seauoaru, which nitons ings ior lma are reporieu u- cue nun mh cut out the famous Hitter creek
onlj a short stop to be made In each nesoln Secretary of State as 10.101, stretch of alkali mud, which Is goner-
town, ureal interest is ueiug insen ns compareu wiin hibj msi yenr. inir- nny believed to be tho worst In tho
In the tour by the local nntomolilllsts lug April 7C00 automobile tngs were Stnte. On ton of this pomes ilio In.
and It Is probablo that Iheio will be at Issued. IMS motoroclo licenses, 10S lonniitlon thnt a new short cut be-
least twenty entries nor cnauiieiira aim in tor nuiomouno tween Ornnger nnd Kvanston will sno
(dealers Soven clerks woro required nunut 80 miles. Tho lntter road In-
Tho West Hoboken Town Council I to keep up'tlie work Tor this je.ir eludes thn construction of two bridges
hns nwnrded a contract for an aiitomo I IS.r.oO llceusos lino been Issued for costing about JCO.OOO. Work on these
Llle lire truck The Council Is lo pa) nutumoblles ns cmnpnred with 1!.200 structures Is nbout completed -It Is
J.ltriu for the uppnralus ami It Is to, lor the entire )ear of 1911. April re- expected both now roads will bo tin
bo delivered nbout .lulj 1. I celpts wero tho largest slnco tho olllco 8tlc,i n time for the coming summer'n
The assessors of Kreebom County,
Allfm . halo decided to assess auto
mobiles at ono third cost. For tho 140
cars owned by 130 pcrsoilB In the
county seat tho ncrago valuo Is esti
mated at $1200.
The first gasoline lire engine to bo
In painting radlatois aold smearing
on nn hony body of .pigment. Tho
Sccretnr of Agriculture Wilson was
elected n di legate from the Northern
less body of paint applied to those church of tho United Htutes to the
parts of tho car tho better, for obvious world's conference. In Scotland, but ns
reasons. Klrst, get, tho surface slick he served ns n lco president nt n con
nnd clean and then put on a thin ' entlon of master brewers In Mlluau
coat of somo Etroug, tough pigment kc the election was declared Mild
5 inch bore; 6 Inch
with quiet gear.
H elliptic rear springs.'
39 by 5 Inch Tires on
Ventilators in fore
doors an exclusive fea
finish on metal parts.
tour I ng equipment of
highest quality without
any extra charge.
More than you demand
THE makers of tho Oldsmobilo
are even more critical than
their patrons. They forestall
competition by building a car which
surpasses the actual demand of
For example, you say "that is an easy
riding machine," If you are not unduly
shaken in the average car on the average
demonstration. Tho Oldsmobile, how
ever, with its admirable springs, completo
shock-absorber equipment, large wheels
and tires, and deep upholstery, compels
you to say:
"This is luxury indeed two hundred
miles of this kind of motoring .would not
Come to our place of business in as criti
cal a humor as you like; wo want to
Bhow you the surprising, but pleasant
truth contained in the foregoing claims I
Will you give us this opportunity?
BETTS AUTO CO., TROY, N. yj
Von Hamm-Young Co., Ltd., Honolulu
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