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HONOLULU STARBULLETIN,. TUESDAY SEITr 10, 1912
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Celery Trays '
Cups and Saucers
Every thing at about Half Price .
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Household Dept. ; Cor. King and Fort Sts:
Special 8tp.Bulltla Correspondence
HILO, Sept 6. That County Engjn
eei Edward A. Southworth Is to be of
fered the position of superintendent Of
public works for. the Territory Is the
latest-report to come from Honolulu.
The statement was made by someone
! In, toach with the Inner workings of
th e things governmental In Honolulu
and he believes that it Is almost a cer
tainty that Hawaii's; engineer will
;htve the refusal of the job.
j i "According to the way I make out
. the position at the present time" he
stated -"the Governor ; Is finding; It a
very hard matter to pick out a man
who will- .suit all the factions. The
names1 of several men have been put
UP for the position but up to the pres
ent time it has been found impossible
to settle on any of them for the reason
that different Interests are pulling dif
ferent ways and 3 no qne seems ; to
know lust where they are 'at In the
mean time" Marston Campbell Is hold
ing down the job and the work Is go
ing along Just, the . same as ever de
spite the fact that there is j& great
deal of. opposition to Campbell being
In the position;:" lrS'y-, - y:K' "
i i "Just before I left Honolulu I heard
from good authority ; that 8outhworth
was to be offered .'the position. He is
a man who certainly ; knows his busi
ites . as an engineer ' and; who has
made good In his position as cpunty
engineer for Hawaii; Further than this
there is also the argument In his favor
that he is familiar with the workings
of the department in Honolulu and it
would 'not-te like putting a man': In
Campbell pbsltlon who would have
to go to work and learn all the back
history of ' every little Job in order to
get the greatest efficiency, v - . . '
The news was In a way no news to
Southworth for several of his friends
In Honolulu have been ; after, him to
make a fight for the position.- He has
refused every suggestion,- however.' as
he feels that there is a great deal of
work to be done on Hawaii and that
ho should stay here and see it through
He Is ' also backing Engineer Taylor
for the. position as superintendent of
public works.- : '.;
"If Governor Frear should decide to
offer me 'the position" stated.; Sou th-
worth should of course give the
matter every consideration and should
study the pros and cons of the proposi
tion, with - due deliberation"; At the
same time I am not after the position
and am backing. Joe. Taylor. , O have
been doing this right along and will
not alter now to try and get the posi
tion for mytelf. I look npoh Taylor as
the right man , for - the position and
think that he should have it.
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; IIJ THE PHILIPPINES
- From news articles In late Manila
papers the following extracts are . tak
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I Mr. Bar khausen. -f". ; t yTr ' ' y$ ' :
y "Calamba, sugar estate has closed a
contract by which A. Barkhausen; one
of the best known sugar, men in the
world, becomes its ; manager for five
years. ! . Mr. Barkhausen had. retired
from the. industry, having accumulat
ed' a comfortable fortune : in ; Hawaii,
and was living in retirement In1 San
Francisco'but he. has agreed to organ
he and conduct the Calamba property
through its formative years: JHe Is to
leave San Francisco for Manila t with
in a 'short time to enter actively upon
the work he has contracted to under-
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"Mr; Barkhausen Is; one of. the
veterans of the Industry In Hawaii. He
was connected with several properties
there but his fame rests on .what he
accomplished for .the .Pioneer mill
company. ; When he assumed "charge
o! that property it was producing 5000
tons a year, : He, ran the product up
to 30,000 -tons and made it one of: the.
profitable "companies In the , islands.
Hp Is familar with all branches of the
sugar industry andis generally recog
nized as one of he ablest men in the
business.- "4 y.:':' y-."
Mr. Stodart' ' " : - v" ; : '1 ?y
"W. Stodart, the representative of
th Honolulu .Iron Works Company
who recently arrived from- Hawaii and
picked a site for a . modern sugar mill
cn John-M. Swltzers estate at Calam
ta, has made his - ' recommendations
for the kind of mill required, z Mr.
Stodart1 recommends a mill that,, will
have a .capacity of 1200 tons pf cane, j
or l&u tons aegree , sugar, , per
twenty-four hours. This mill jwill cost
approximately, a million, pesos;
- "The mill will also be equipped with
extra melting pans to; handlein oft;
seasons .low, 'grade Philippine sugar
from other' parts of the islands ? and
raise It from the" poor quality of 82
degrees to 96 degrees- product. All the
specifications -have been sent to tue
Honolulu Iron .Works, and the machin
ery is expected to arrive- here about
September, or October, 1913.. The
buildings will be - of steel throughout
and "calculated . to withstand ; a . wind
velocity of eighty to a hundred miles
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in all fhe Public Schools in the Territory. In
other words, it is 10 schools. - ; :
It is alsp;used commercial houses and plantations throughout
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The candidates for niavor and sher-i The list of candidates for reprsent-
iff on the. Republican' ticket will : be atives includes a number" of the well.
R. W. Shingle and Robett - W. Parker,; known legiilators.VWnrWilliamsoh,
according toW. C. Achi, leader of the
Fifth district Shingle; th,e present
custodian or,' the county treasury, ana
Parker, former captajn of, police dur.
Ing ' A. M.' f Brown's ' administration,
will, says Achl receive tbe unanimous
support of the Republican party, in
cluding the Taft leaguers and the Ku
hioftes., -yMy i; Vy-y
Achi, who has been watching the po
litical signs of the times especially in
his district,' announced yesterday that
ho . would VQte for Shingle for; mayor
and Parker for sheriff. That ; the
names, of these candidates would . ' be
kokuaedy'the Taft leaguers and the
Kuhloites - was the f. statement Vmade
yesterday by some of the leaders.
.7 Shingle has not 'yet expressed his ;
willingness to run for: the highest of- j
f ice in the county government;. but ,
his lleiftenants.-who have "been can- J
vassing ; In all the -precincti, i "report
tbat he ' would be acceptable to . the
voters. The businessmen, ' it is re-;
ported, are prepared to vote for Shin.
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Captain Parker, as he .is more com
monly known throughout : the terri-.
tory. was one of the bravest and most,
daring of the officers during .the rev
olution in 1895,'- During his connec
tion with the' police department, when
A. M. Brown was marshal,' Parker
showed his fitness as an officer, r 1
it is said, is willing to run again for
the" house.. - - . 7'. :,-T V
' Tony 5 Marcallinb and Solomon Ma
helona; of the county auditor's office,
are also preparing to ', announce their
candidacy for - representatives. Mar
callino and Mahelona will makd good,
having been members of the house
previously. ' yyy-
, Fqr supervisors the names of R. W.
Aylett' Dan Logan," C, G. Bartlett, Sam
Johnson, Emil Berndt and V Foga.rty
from the Fourth have been promi
nently mentioned. 'y, -y- r--
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Froin the Fifth district ..for
Board of Supervisors, Ch.as. N.- ArnoIJ,
M. . C. Amana,' Clifford' Kimball and
Joseph A. McGuire are mentioned. -
' Beside these' men, Jim Quinn and
Wm. Ahia, who were once; supervisors,!
are also out for election, uarios
Long, ' from the Twelfth, ' is.cuttlng
down the grass - in his precinct with
a view to making a run for superviso
rial, honors. 'yr.y si-
- Registration of voters is proceeding
Bteadily now", By noon today the num
ber registered was around 6200. Two
years ago the registration in the city
acd.'county closed at 781; Registra
tion :will close at midnight of October
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. Occasionally we meet 2 r':l vt-) !i
AH the clocks rare exceeding the so fond of music tbat 3 r:v;r trirj
speed limit? ' vv - ' to play the piano.
' The'corccrer'3 jury !-v::f -death
of ten-ycar-cli .1! .
ecn cf'Cajt:n E. II. Cc ; , 7
of the'aray, d2;zrtn:nt c : :
turned a veriict cf ac:f i ti;
yesterday afternoon.. It . : '.. . : 'y 1
that the driver cf tha L: : . c 3
tiuc!c which ran over tv ) t; -" ' : ?
toyiwa3 no way to tlr ) r : : ? - ;
consecLuently exenerat: 1 c . a Lt.'.t:
ment of the father hir. .
The funeral tec p!:?D ci 'Ziziiy
from St. Clement'3 clz::'z.
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The last quoted article proceeds to
tell about the plans for -planting seed
cane. Part of the estate is being plow
ed by carabao power, but traction en
gines are : to beV introduced and two
sets of Fowler steam cable plows have
been' ordered. ; v -
The Hawaiian Athletic Association,
the local branch of the A. A. U.,' .will
hold its annual meeting next Monday
afternoon at 4:30. in the rooms of the
Public Service Association. " Officers
will be elected, and other business of
interest to the general ! membership
transacted. - .
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At the U; Kuhlo headquarters, . the
leaders are formulating v :; their; plans,
preparatory to the sitting of the coun
ty; conventi6m .It is" believed that J
C Lane or. " E. A. C Long, will be
boosted for. the officer; of xflayor;.'- if,
Shihgle fails to, enter the lists. Lane,';
however is not saying: anything now,;
and his friends are folding their arms.
he l awaiting . his decision. . , '
Following, are the Republican dele-r
gates to the ., territorial convention
selected from the precincts named fat;
me -primaries on .Saturday:;
. Eleventh of - Fourth George Chal.
Second of. Fifth F. W. Macf arlane,
Heela. J-.;-' .;. - v-f ;
Third of Fifth P. C, Lane, Hauula.
Fourth of Fifth L. B. Nalnoa, Lale.
. Thirteenth of Fifth-G. K. Kekauo
ha, E. K. -Aui,S , 'Fukumura, W.' H.
Mclnerny. .;; y -r .. v .
Fifteenth of Fifth Wilam Wood,
W. R. Kinslea of Kaimuki will be
put up for a supervisor from the
fourth at the Democratic convention.
Charles Coster and Ned Crabbe, for
mer assistant liquor Inspector, are said
to be candidates for Rose's" job. They
each claim that their: supporters are
prepared to vote for them during- the
election. Coster, in charge of the
garbage department, has a lavge fol
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