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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY. -MAR. 4, 1919
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where electric power is
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"LIBERTY HOM)S AIM KTOLV.X BY THUHT1W VLHUK" ,
(Advertiser. Feb. 13. mini
T Thousands of dollars havo boon lost thru the dishonesty of Trusted i
Employees (luring tho past year. 4
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THE FOLLOWING RESOLUTION
WAS OFFERED AND UNANIMOUS
LY ADOPTED AT A SPECIAL MEET
ING OF THE BOARD OF HEALTH
HELD AT THE OFFICE OF THE
BOARD OF HEALTH, FEBRUARY
The Liberty Motor
The World's Work in a recent
issue jives some interesting infor
mation in regard to the famous
Liberty motor, information that
is only now available since hostili
ties have ceased.
At Ihe time of signing the armi
stice contracts had been let by
our government for the manufac
ture of one hundred thousand air
plane engines. A la rye part of
these contracts have been cancel!-
d, but about a third of them have
been manufactured and delivered.
America far outran every other
country in Ihe rate of production
of high class airplane engines.
The largest day's production of
the Rolls-Royce, the equivalent of
the Liberty, was fit), while the Lib-
rties were being turned out at
the rate of lot) a day. America's
production of airplane engines in
October was ",(!():, which is more
than the total production of
France and England together for
the whole four years of the war.
The Liberty twelve, as first de
signed, was a .'!()() horsepower en
gine, working up to .'!:!(). Hut be
fore they had got nicely going in
the manufacture of them word
came from Pershing that higher
powered engines would be requir
ed, so the designs were altered to
give ."7r horsepower. "When some
"()() of these had been made fresh
orders came for more power still,
and a I K) horsepower engine was
designed and manufactured in
The companies making Liberty
motors at the time of the cessa
tion ,of hostilities were the Pack
ard, Lincoln, Cadillac, Ruick,
Xordyke - Marnion, Trego and
No manufacturer in America
had ever built engines with steel
cylinders, and there, was not a
single manufacturing plant in
Europe that could have approach
ed.the achievement of any one of
these concerns in the production
of the Liberty motor.
The steel cylinder is the essen
tial and most interesting feature
of the Liberty motor. Automobile
cylinders are made of cast-iron,
and nobody knew how to make
steel cylinders successfully. Final
ly there was devised a method of
fashioning them out of steel tub
ing, welded into the rough as re
quired, and then trimmed and
polished up in the lathe. This
inner cylinder was then covered
with a steel jacket. Detween the
jacket and the cylinder the cool
ing water circulates. So dill'icult
was Ihe practical working out of
the construction Hint it is confi
dently asserted that the Germans
could never have duplicated this
steel cylinder eved if thev had
Fail to Make Good
Great indignation is being ex
pressed by the Kapaa homestead
ers of Ihe Ith series at Ihe action
of those Honolulu people who
look up homesteads in this section
and have, so far, neglected to con
form to the terms of their agree
ment with the Territory, i. e.
Apparently they have given con
trol of their lands to Keliinoi,,
who has now turned out, about,
-'00 head of cattle upon the lots
and which, consequently, are a
danger to the fences of the adjoin
ing lots, of which said violators
have failed to share their pro
portion of the cost of the erection
of their adjoining fences. The
cattle belong to Olaf Thronas of
Papaa, who is paying i0 cents
per head for the pasturage. It is
asked whether this meets with the
requirements of the law?
These are the same lots of
which complaint has already been
voiced, not only through these
columns but in the Honolulu
press, and also with the Territor
ial officials; but apparently with
out any satisfaction being obtain
ed. It is probable that appeal
will be made to the present Legis-
1 1 1110. Sixteen months have now
elapsed and none of these absen
tees have done any cultivating or
erected any buildings upon their
land ; not only have they blocked
out genuine honest prospective
homesteaders, but there is every
indication they will be the cause
of great damage to the fences and
crops of their law respecting
neighbors who are rightly comply
ing with their legal requirements.
The following were amongst the
successful drawers of lots, but
since the day of th edrawing none
of them have been known to set
foot upon Kauai, much less their
homesteads: Hernice Clark, Geo.
Fox, Ernest Heine 'and Florence
It would seem as though the
Land Department, the Attorney
General's Department, or some
one else in authority, ought to
take action in this matter and see
to it that the homestead require
ments are fairly and impartially
carried out, and that justice is
done to the bona tide homestead
ers who comply with the law.
RESOLVED that Regulation No. 3
relating to tho control ot tho dlsoaso
known ns Spanish Influenza bo and
hereby Is suspended from nnd after
j o'clock of tho nftcrnoon of Monday,
February 17, A. D. 1919, oxcept as
to such theatres, churches, and other
buildings within which public gather
Ings tiro hold which are not In proper
sanitary condition or which aro not
properly ventilated so as to allow of
freo circulation of air throughout
PROVIDED HOWEVER, that no
moving picture theatre shall be open
for business during tho hours ot day
light, and PROVIDED FURTHER
that before nny such theatre, church,
or other building whero public gather
ings aro held shall open and conduct
business therein, or shall hold public
gatherings therein, tho proprietor,
owner, or manager of tho same shall
tlrst obtain a pormlt from tho Board
of Health, which permit shall be is
sued nfter an examination of such
building, and a determination by the
Hoard that such building is In a good
sanitary condition and properly venti
AND DE IT FURTHER RESOLVED
that Regulation No. 4 relating to the
same matter and prohibiting dances
be, nnd tho same is hereby suspended.
Dated at Honolulu, February 13th,
A. D. 1919.
TERRITORIAL, BOARD OF HEALTH
By S. S. PAXSON,
K. B. PORTER,
Secretary, Territorial Board of Health.
Tho foregoing action of tho Board
of Health Is hereby sanctioned and
approved this 14th day of February,
A. D. 1919.
C. J. MCCARTHY,
Governor of Hawaii.
Feb. 18, 25, Mar. 5.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
FIFTH CIRCUIT, TERRITORY OF
HAWAII AT CHAMBERS IN
In the Matter of tho Estate of
Bunichi Maruyama, Deceased.
Order of Notice sf Hearing Petition
for Letters of Administration.
The petition of C. B. Hofgaard &
Company, Limited, an Hawaiian cor
poration, alleging that Bunichi Maruy
ama died Intestate at Waimea, Island
and County of Kauai, Territory of
Hawaii, while a resident of said Wai
mea, on or about the 13th day of
January, 1919, leaving property within
the Territory of Hawaii necessary to
be administered upon, and praying
that Letters of Administration issue
to the Bishop Trust Company, Limited,
an Hawaiian corporation,
IT IS ODRERED that Saturday,
tho 22nd day of March, 1919, at 9:30
o clock A. M. bo and hereby is ap
pointed for hearing said petition in
tho court room of this court at Lihuc,
Kauai aforesaid, at which time and
placo all persons concerned may ap
pear and show cause, if any they
have, why the said petition should
not he granted.
Dated at Lihue, Kauai, February
BY THE COURT:
JOSEPH A. SOUSA,
ROBERTSON & OLSON,
803 Kaahumanu St., Honolulu, T. II.
Attorneys for Petitioner.
E. .1. Hotts, attorney at law, ar
rived by the Kinau this morning
and is registered at the Lihue
got hold of one of them.
The standard Liberty motor
weighs SS0 lbs, delivers 1-10 horse
power, and consumes 25 gallons
of gasoline an hour. It makes
lSOl) revolutions a minutes.
r km m.m mm' it u u r u mm tl m 9. ai u ww t
M When in
BL. slop at
'.Judge Puuki of ICapaa, return
ed from town by the Kinau this
Running water In every room; rooms
singly or with baths; comfortable beds;
close lo best restaurants and all car
lines. Highest class service.
Centrally located In the theatre and shopping centers.
J. F. CHILD, Proprietor
1 1 LL
not j an
Bond No. 2S510S.'I of the :ird
Liberty Loan, $."0.00 denomina
tion, the property of the under
signed, has been stolen. Warning
is hereby given against buying
same should it be offered for sale.
Feb. 21th, 1919.
A TRUCK DRIVER. One with a
knowledge of minor repairs preferred.
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Dry Goods of all Descriptions.
"We have not studied
cost nor economy as
we should, either as
organizers of indus
try, statesmen, or as
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