Automobiles Sent to Hawaii.
The New York Times
April 18, 1900
Special to The New York Times.
CHICAGO, April 17.—The inhabitants of the Hawaiian Islands evidently have determined to keep pace with their fellow-citizens in the United States, for within the last 10 days $50,000 worth of automobiles have been shipped to them. A Chicago firm built the vehicles, which included large cabs, small cabs, delivery wagons, and T carts, each accompanied by an exhaustive treatise on the art of guiding and managing an automobile.
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