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THE GAJRDKN ISLAND, TUESHAY MARCH 18, 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
into the street. This result in con
nection with other far reaching
Electric Self Starter
Easily and simply operated from
a driving position.
Compjete 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 Turning 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
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 "sixes."
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 fn no other car. This
comprehensive solution, in one motor carriage, of all the chief
problems of r.ecent" years, compels the consideration of the
Ask the man who
This car will be on
exhibition at the
Kauai Garage Co.,sLtd. ISfr
The 1913 Packard "38"
Co s. Time-table
The favorite S. S. SIERRA, 10,
00p tons displacement, sails from
Honolulu Jan. 11.
Ept-class single to San Fran
cco, $65; round trip, $110.
G. Brewer & Co. Ltd.
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
JUS. F. MORGAN
Real Estate and .Insurance
NO. 125 131 MERCHANT ST.
P. O. Box No. 594 Honolulu
THE KAPAIA AUTO CO.
Our big 1012 model, ft seater,
upholatcrrt'd liuick, is thu car you
are looking for if you wish totravel
in comfort and safety.
Reasonable rates a n d careful
drivers. Special attention is given
Any tiino you may wish tomako
a hurry-up call you will find us
Ka.waihau Auto Co.
Service at all hours,
.The flour of the west is Sperry,
Black leather covered note
book, (compliments of Lihue Store?
stamped in gold on outside) fiudet
please leave at this office.
AVo neatly pack and mail
Hawaii & South, Seas. Curio
Everything in the
Silver and Gold Line,
Rich Cut Glass and
Merchandise of the
Best Quality Only.
Box 342 Honolulu ,
Regular mail' lfcavej:; Lihue on
Tuesday and Saturday at 5. p. 'm.
'Regular mail arVii'ts from Honot
lulu ednesclav and Friday li'iornf
ing. During sugar season mail,' i?
frequently seilt and brought by
steamers mains extra' trips be
tween regular mail days.. On days
wlien 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. Co.,
Kinaii, I.-I. S. N, Co., every
.Tuesday. , 4 .
Two cups of sugar, one cifp of
sour milk, one teaspoonful of sal
eratus, one teaspoonful salt, otic
tablespoonful of butter, and a little
nutmeg if you like.
Molasses Cup Cakes:
Two cups of molasses, two cups
of butter, one cup' of milk, riile
teaspoonful of saleratus, dissolved
in a little hot Water, one teaspoon-;
ful of essence of lemon, half a nut
meg and two eggs, add flour suffi
cient to make it as stiff as you can
stir with a spoon. Beat it well and
bake in a quick oven.
Lemon Cheese Cake:
Two eggs, well beaten, one
fourth of a pound of loaf sugar,
crushed, one fourth of a pound of
butter, a little lemon peel, grated,
or essence, and a few almond peel
ed and bruised. Bake like tarts.
Rub a quarter of a pound of
butter into a quart of flour, add
five ounces of sugar, two eggs, a
spoonful of yeast, and sufficient
milk to make it into a stiff paste.
When it has risen, roll it out, cut
it into proper shapes and boil in
lard until it is nicelv browned.
Another Way To Hake Doughnuls:
Take one pint of flour, half a
pint of sugar, three eggs, a piece
of butter as big as egg, and a tea
sooonful of dissolved saleratus. and
add spice to taste. When you have
no eggs, a gm ot yeast win oe
found a good substitude, but in
that case, the dough must stand
Take two quarts of flour, half a
pound of sugar, a quarter of a
pound of butter, three eggs, one
gill of milk, one-half teacupful of,
sweet yeast, and use cloves and
nutmeg for spice.
Rub a very small bit of shorten
ing or three'tablespoonfuls of cream
with flour; put a teaspoonful of
dissolved saleratus into your sour
milk, and mix the cake pretty
stiff, and bake quickly.
Four eggs, two cups of flour,
two cups- of sugar, ewn full, a
teaspoonful of saleratu.s, lemon or
nutmeg for spice. Beat the two
parts of eggs separate, the white
to a froth, then beat them together,
then stir in the flour, and with
out delay t put into the oven.
Cream Cup Cake:
Four cups of flour, two cups of
sugar, three cups of cream, and
four eges. Beat well, and bake in
square tin pan.when cold, cut in
squares: bake in a quick oven.
Soft Cakes For Tea:
Beat ten eggs light, and one and
a half .pounds of sugar; add a half
pound of butter, and two pounds
.of butter, and two pounds of flour,
and half a nutmeg.
Poor Man's Pound Cake:
Two cups of bread dough, one
cup of sugar, one cup of butter,
one egg, a teaspoonful of vanilla
flavoring, and a teaspoonful o f
One quart of flour, one cup of
sugar, half a pound o f butter,
seven eggs, and a half of cream.
Icing For Cakes:
Beat the whites of eggs to an
entire froth; to each egg, add five
spoonfuls of sifted loaf sugar;
slpwlv beat it for sometime, and
put it on the cake while it is still
hot, and set it in warm oven to
Binks-r-The next great war will
be in the air.
Wiggs That will boom the um
Binks How so?
Wiggs Look at the blood that
will be spilled.
Grumbiue Your wife doesn't
seem to like me.
Pohick' 'Naturally! You're the
man I alwavs lay tne blame on
when I a m detained downtown
"What is your favorite recita
"Curfew Shall Not Ring'To-
"But no one recites'that now.."
"That's why I like it."
Elmer, aged five, went to the
blacksmith shop to see his father's
horse shod. When the smith be
gan to pare the horse's hoof Elmer
said earnestly: "Say, my papa
doesn't want his horse made any
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 ftor ucfc ,o)V
pany is dpohig entii:e energy $
pr.Q.duce a one njpdel feudt, and a
better article at a lower price is
Seyeral of these ttrucks are beih$
operated in and about rlonJpuV
very successfully with a f ifr pgr
The FEDERAL is the acme of simpli-"
city ad ef f icncy.
Schuman Carriage JCo., Ltd-...
Wholesale Liquor Dealer
Complete Line of Oriented ,Goods
Telephone No. 102. . Branch Wahiawa, Telephone No. 7.
Your pocket book needrft .be .emptied ".to get a'
There's .the .
n n r m n r rt t r c if
r a IL ij 1 1 l 1 1 i n. o
a cigar that is all quality and selling at .$5.(j0
the box of 100 ' ;
No money put in bands, no foil just quality.
H. Hack f eld & Co., Ltd.
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A farmer boy and his best girl
were seated in a buggy one even
ing in town., watching the peoplq
pass. Near by was a popeorn
vender's stand. Presently the
lady remarked: My! that pop
corn smells good!"
"That's right," said the gallant.'
"I'll drive up a little closer so" vou
can smell it better."
r , Mr
"What made vou so late?"
"I met Jinks."
"Well, that's no reason why you
should 'be ah hour late getting
home to dinner."
"I know, but I asked him how
he was feeling, and the fool insist
ed on telling me."
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F. E. .DAYIS & ,C'0.
HONOLULU, T. H.
Nl'IMNlJ iuM Mekciiant Stkects
Blacksmith supplies, Wag
ons, iiuggies, Harness, Bi
""Prompt and careful atten
tion given to mail orders.
Contractor Jack Lucas, who has
been awarded the construction of
te big new Lihue Store was here
(last week, arranging preliminaries
for commencement exercises. "
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