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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY MARCH 11, 1913.
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In the make-up of the Packard "38" carriage
are more features directly appealing to the
owner and driver than ever before have
been embodied in any one motor vehicle
Avoids the necessity of stepping
v into the street. This result in con
nection with other far reaching
Electric Self Starter
Easily and simply operated from
a driving position.
Complete mastery of the car from
the driver's seat. A compact ar
rangement at the finger tips
operated with the slightest effort.
Controlling switches at the cen
tralized control board.
A"high tension dual ignition sys
tem independent of the self-starting
battery and motor generator.
Insures Packard efficiency at all
Short Tumuig Radius
The Packard "38" turns in a circle
forty-one and one-half feet in
Six-Inch Depth of Frame
Prevents body distortion and
cramping of doors.
Enables the novice to drive with
the assurance of- an expert. Pre
vents "stalling" the motor in
crowded traffic; prevents racing
v the motor when "declutching' ;
affords agreeable uniformity of
road speeds without requiring
skillful use of the accelerator
Flexible, efficient, silent, giving
motion with no sense of exerted
Dry Plate Clutch
Proof against "burning" and cer
tain of engagement without
Forced Feed Oiling
Especially desirable for "sixe6."
An auxiliary system feeds oil di
rectly to the cylinder walls and is
automatically regulated for differ
ent power requirements.
Size of Crank Shaft
The diameter of the crank shaft
is 2Vs inches. Ample size of
bearings insures maximum period
of service, without refitting.
The sum of these essentials is to be found in no other car. This
comprehensive solution, in one motor carriage, of all the chief
problems of recent years, compels the consideration of the
Ask the man who
This car will bo on
exhibition at the
Kauai Garage Co., Ltd. l
5 The 1913 Packard "38"
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The favorites. S. SIERRA, 10,
000 tons displacement, sails from
Honolulu Jan. 11
First-class single to San Fran
cisco, $65; round trip, $110.
C. Brewer & Co. Ltdr
L, Y. TIM
Has entered the rent ser
vice, and has provided him
self with a big
Special attention paid to
commercial travelers. Rea
sonable rates to all parts of
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Real Estate and Insurance
NO. 125131 MERCHANT ST.
P. O. Box No. 594 Honolulu
THE KAPAIA AUTO CO.
Our big 1012 model, 5 seatcr,
upholsterred Buick, is the car you
arelookingfor if you wish to travel
in comfort and safety.
lleasonablo rates a n 1 careful
drivera. Special attention is given
Any timo you may wish to make
a hurry-up call you will find us
"on tho job."
Kawaihau Auto Co
Service at all hours,
The flour of the west is Sperry
Black leather covered note
book, (compliments of Lihue Stor
stamped in gold on outside) finde:
please leave at this office.
Vo neatly pack and mail
Hawaii & South Seas Curio
Everything in tub
Silver and Gold Link,
Rich Cut Glass and
Merchandise of the
Best Quality Only.
P. O. Box 342 Honolulu
SHIPPING AND MAIL
Regular mail leaves Lihue on
Tuesday and Saturday at 5 p. m.
Regular mail arrives from Hono
lulu ednesdav and Friday morn
ing. During sugar season mail is
frequently sent and brought by.
steamers maing extra trips be
tween regular mail days. On days
when the coast mail is due, the
mail boat due on Friday, will lay
over and come in on Saturday
Registered mail closes on mail
days, at four o'clock sharp. Or
dinary mail, at half past four.
For Kauai Ports
W. G. nail, I.-I. S. N
Kinau, I.-I. S. N. Co.,
Take four eggs, three cups of
sugar, a little nutmeg, a teaspoon
ful of saleratus, a cup o f butter.
Stir in the flour until it will roll.
Cut round, with a hole in the cen-
i tcr. Roll them in stfgar.
Rich Bride Cake:
Take four quarts of fine flour;
dry it; four pounds of fresh sweet
butter, beaten to a cream; two
pounds of white sugar; add six
eggs to every quart of flour; mace
and nutmeg, half an ounce each;
pound them fine. Wash through
several waters and pick clean from
grit, four pounds of currants;
spread them o n a thick folded
cioth to dry; stone and chop four
pounds of raisins; cut two pound!:
of citron, in slices of a quarter of
an inch in thickness and chop or
cut into slices, one pound o f
almonds. Beat the yolks of the
eggs with the sugar to a smooth
paste; beat the butter and flour to
gether and add them to the yolks
and sugar; and, lastly, add the
spices, half a pint of brandy and
the whites ot eggs, beaten to a
white froth. Beat the cake mix
ture well together: then stir into
it, by degrees, the currants, citron,
raisins, and almonds. Butter the
pans, line them with paper, and
put the mixture two inches deep
in each. Hake, according to the
depth of the cakes, three or four
hours in a moderate oven.
Four cups of molasses, two cups
boiling water, four t'easpoonfuls of
saleratus, a small piece of melted
butter; make it stiff with flour; roll
it thin and bake in pans.
One quart of sour milk, butter
milk or sour cream; stir into it as
much flour as will make it a thick
batter, then a teaspoonful of finely
powdered saleratus, two teacups
ful of brown sugar, two tablespoon
fuls of powdered ginger, a tea
spoonful of salt, and a grated nut
meg; let the batter be so thick that
a spoon will stand up in it; bake
as soon as mixed in buttered tins,
and about an inch thick; eat hot.
A pint of molasses, a teacup of
sour milk, a tablespoonful of
ginger, two spoonfuls of melted
butter, two spoonfuls of saler tus,
dissolved, and flour sufficient to
roll. Cut it about half an inch
thick, and bake it in a quick oven.
Superior Indian Cake:
Take two cups of Indian meal,
one teaspoonful of molasses, two
cups of milk, a little salt, a hand
ful of flour, and a little saleratus;
mix thorn, and pour into a butter
ed bake pan and bake half an hour.
Take four quarts of flour, three
pounds of butter, three of sugar,
four of currants, two of raisins,
two dozen of eggs, one ounce of
mace, and three nutmegs, a little
citron and molasses improve it.
Bake about three hours.
Make a cake out of one quart of
flour, about a quart of sugar; three
quarters of a pound of butter and
ten eggs. First, beat the yolks
and sugar together; then add the
flour and butter, beaten to a cream;
and, lastly, mix in lightly, the
whites of the eggs, beaten to a
high froth, then have a pound and
a half ot raisins stoned and chop
ped; two pounds of currants well
washed, picked clean and dried,
one pound of citron cut in strips;
mace and nutmeg, each, half an
ounce; and half a pint of brandy.
Strew a pint o f flour over the
raisins and currants, and then stir
them well into the cake. Line tin
basins with buttered paper, fill
them two inches deep, and bake in
a moderate oven for three or four
One of Sweden's great astrono
mers advances the theory that the
supposed canals on Mars are really
not canals at all, but only huge
crevices in the planefs crust filled
with sand. "The sand," says he,
"changes color in proportion as it
is damp or dry. giving different
degrees of moisture."
Regarding his theory as correct,
scientists say that the sudden ap
pearance and disappearance o f
these canals would be amply ac
counted for, as they would then
seem to be caused solely by earth
quakes. He also says that it is his
belief that the "melting" of the
snow caps is but the result of a
difference in the atmospheric con
ditions, different colors appearing
after each change of moisture with
in the Arctic regions of Mars, no
actual '.'melting" of snow taking
THESE three essentials comprise
the foundation on which FEDERAL
TRUCKS are built.
The up-to-date merchants and
manufacturer are proving this every
The Federal Motor Truck Com
pany is devoting its entire energy to
produce a one model truck, and a
better article at a lower price is
Several of these trucks are being
operated in and about Honolulu,
very successfully with a fifty per
The FEDERAL is the acme of simplir
city and efficiency.
Sdnumae Carriage Co., Ltd.
Wholesale Liquor Dealer
Complete Line of Oriental Goods
Telephone No. 102.
Branch Wahiawa, Telephone No. 7.
Your pocket book needn't be emptied to get a
"L A I N SU L A R"
a cigar that is all quality and selling at $5.00
the box of 100
No money put in bands, no foil just quality.
H. Hack f eld & Co., Ltd.
Citizens Jones and Brown dis
agreed as to the eloquence of Ex
Senator Beveridge. Said Jones:
"He was one of the most eloquent
men in congress. You should
have heard him speak." "i did
hear him; I listened to him; I
listened to him two hours one after
noon." "What was. he talking
about?" "I don't know; he didn'c
She But, Harold, why are you
in such haste? We can be married
a little later, be gone as long as
we like on our honeymoon, and
. He Yes, and the f rst thing we
know the baseball season will open
while we are away t
F. E. DAVIS & CO.
HONOLULU, T. H.
Nuuanu and Mkhchant Sthkeis
Blacksmith supplies, Wag
ons, Buggies, Harness, Bi
Prompt and careful atten
tion given to mail orders.
Passenger Why ate you so late?4.
Brakemau Well, sir,- the train
in front was behind, and this train
was behind before besides.