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EVENING PCU.ETIN, HONOLVU'. T. K., SATURDAY, APR. V 1910.
nTTf-miii11 ii 'ja JJ 'flu ml1 1 Jiuimr ''.";
, .wianpfcr-wwnpwarerxi" ir '.p4i Miif-ts
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Y V ing the magnificent Panama
Canal at an expense of $400,
000,000, and when that canal is completed
other nations outside of our own will be
made beneficiary unless we awake from
our lethargy and have the ships to fly
our flag when that canal is completed,
which will be in the next few years.
When thai canal is completed Honolulu
should be made beneficiary as no other
favpred section of our country. The transient
passenger, th6 home and health-seeker, and the
man of means looking for a safe and permanent
investment will stop at Honolulu and give this
town such a legitimate boon as will make some of
the booms that' took place on the mainland look
like an Arabian Night story compared to the real
thing at Honolulu proper. Tnen the higher
elevations will be the best residential sections,
and Honolulu proper will
Mm Main Office:
PI Cor. King & Fort Sts
at the task of build-.
have 200,000 population.
, of Pennsylvania
firpHIS is my second visit to the
J. Hawaiian Islands. Eight years
ago, while a member of the
United States Civil Service Commission,
I spent two months in the Islands classi
fying the employees in the Govern
ment service. This was shortly after
It is very gratifying indeed to note
the marvelous advancement along all
lines that has been made during these
eight years. Honolulu is today a modern progres
sive and thoroughly up-to-date American city.
There is a splendid spirit of genuine American
ism throughout the Islands that augurs well for
the future. All of the animosities engendered by
the change in government have passed away, and
the citizenship generally seems to be completely
reconciled to" American control."
t Congressman Rodenberg
' of Illinois
Waialac & Koku Head Aves
SUGAR FACTURS GO.
Tho total amount of sugar shipped
by ilia SiiRnr factors Co.. J,td , slnco
December 1, 1009, Is 109,000 net tons.
Of this ntnmint 127,000 net Inns of
guitar haP reached the markets. Tho
balnnco, U., T2.000 Ions, Is Rt 111 afloat.
Of those 1WO0O net Ions of sugar,
lOHrtOO tons haQ hetn shipped by the
Amerlrnn Hawaiian 8. 8. Co, Tor tho
Kant: 000 tons hy Cnpp Horn, and
(ho bilance, M.QOft Inns, for he 1'aelflo
Tho estimated sugnr shipments for
1010 aie 448,380 tons,
POI LUNCH DRAWS
Hmina Square, was transferred Into
n tented elty this morning when nil
elaborato pol lunch was Riven lo nug
merit the funds for tho new Kupalullii
Mrs. Carnllno Clark was director
goncral while Mrs. II. Davison was In'
chargo of tho pol Inneh. This liuich
wns planned and gotten up hy tho
ladles of Knpaludit Mlrslou
Tim vnrlous hnoths worn In chargo
of iho following ladles: leo rream
hnoth, Mrs. O. M. Torster: Hip Klhel
pill booth Mrs, .1, I,. Cockbiirn; Cof
feo booth, Mrs. Puller nnd MIbs Mist;
Hawnllan booth, Mrs. Meek; I-emon-adc.
Miss Mabel I.aild nnd Miss Tay
lor; Candy booth, Miss H. Young; Lcl
booth, Mrs. Knrrattl; Flower booth,
Miss Holsteln. "
PLENTY OP WATER FOR
Clly nnd County nuglneer (lero
hns returned from nn extended
rouiuMlie-lslnid tour In tho Inter
ests of good roads. Ho states that
i In passing through Wnhlawa the.
new resenolr was within eight to
ten feet ot being full.
As this dam conserves water In
tended for sumihlnir tho needs oC
Wnlalun plnnlatlun, Iho Indication!)
are that tho sugar estate will expe
rience no shortage, of water for tho
present nt least.
Head Of Miners
PERRY DAVIS' PAINKILLER
should bo taken without delay when
sore chest and tickling throat warn
you that an annoying cold threatens.
At all druggists In 25c, 35c and 60c
For eating, drinking and cooklnc
Pure, Dtllclous, Nutritious
Kifalnl II. 8 flint omp ' if.'
Breakfast Cocoa, 1-2 lb. tins Mj
Baker's Chocolate (unsweet- $
encd), 1-2 lb. cakes m
Gennan Sweet Chocolate, W
1-4 lb, cakes Mt
For Sl br Letdlnj Gtoctn In Honolulu ' grf
Walter Baker & Co. Ltd. I
DORCHESTER, MASS, U.S.A. S
50 HIGHEST AWARDS IN J
EUROPE AND AMERICA 7&
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