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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., MONDAY, MAY 29, 1911
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DAILY and WEEKLY Published by BULLETIN PUBLISHING
CO.. LTD., at Kerr Building, Alakea St., Territory of Hawaii.
Daily every day except Sunday. Weekly Issued on Tuesday.
MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS.
CIRCULATION LARGEST OF ANY NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED
in the Territory of Hawaii.
Wallace U. Parking-ton,
kvunino nui.i iriirv
M-xith, uii where In U.S.. .. .7H
i Uustler, u,yhtiHn US J.m
m Year, nvolirre InUS. H.un
I'er Vtll,iuxl,il, foreign I3.4K)
"P-i ) fcclltoriul RoQms,
lie nut iiinillllmr In what Ihnii
illicit, nilllicr m-HNIi nor uuuiliNcil
ntir obstinate: let not intr-nilncinciil
ft i-K mil Hi) thought: he nut word)
nur :i bus) boil. .11 a re in Viin-lln-.
Tho mosquito seems to lio tlio only
living thing that never get tho "buck
to tliu farm" liuncli.
iiubiillug drinking fountains mo
Just being put In commission In New
York. Thu only nnu that lliinolulii
Ikisscsbcs seeius to havo recently gone
out of commission.
Honolulu expects to li.ivo Onn Ilun
tired Thousand iiiiilutlnii by tain,
mill, what Is nioru to I hi) point, Is not
clmply expecting It but Is working
tor it mid will get It.
Makiki unit Kaimukl now harp (lie
deep fpiihii of snMy that comes of thn
Eclentlllc. nsMirnmo mul kahuna's
promise that lightning never strikes
twice In tho same place.
Th complete sanitation of Honolulu
needs to bo enrrlod on after tlio stylo
of 1, "palling the Irishman's gun, that
hail a new lock, Mock ami bun el, ami
was Rtlll the Name olil gun.
According to tho Site Shifters' or
gan ex-Gmornor Carter Is taking an,
Inlerort In the Rltc-shlftlng campaign.
Am they trying In" inalio the public
i think that Mr. Carter has Just taken
Ono of thu rcKhlonlR of Honolulu
askeil u water ilepartnicnt oxpert
hether hu wiih getting at bin houye
wnti'r from Xiiuanu or tho artesian
njateni. Tho export after taking sov
eial iliiyx to Klmjy up the maps ro
plli'il that the resilient should not nsk
Impertinent ipio.-.tloiin. And llundied
Thousaml Honolulu Is only uhiiut tour
.Mainland business Is repnited by
ono llnanclnl writer to bo "held up by
the tariff." They nro waiting for Con
g'less to linlsli notwithstanding thu
fact that tho crop outlook was never
better and tho balnueo of trade with
Huropo in favor of this country has
nl ready reached tho $r(io,t)00,OflO
mark. Ho lliey have unexplulnable
situation:! In New York as well ns on
Wall street in Honolulu.
(let busy with your own front and
hack yard. Then throw some Individ
uality Into tho clean-ui) of the block
In vhlcli you live. After that, get Into
tlio general scheme as if you were
working for a prize, and our own
reputation rather than that of all the
other fellows In tho city were In
uihcd. Cultivate this spirit and cn
cnurago It all you can In others Just
for tho reputation or Honolulu and
nil a citizen you will never regret it.
"SEEING HONOLULU" SANITATION.
We beg to congratulate Chairman
Caftor of tho Sanitary Commission If
It bo correct, ns renotod, that ho en
dorses tho proposal of thu II u 1 1 u 1 1 n
that "seeing Honolulu" tours bo or
ganized for tho special benefit of tho
bjixluosH men and citizen rusldunts of
The Sanitary Commission and tho
sanitation otllrnrs can go no more rap
Idly than they can move public opin
ion In support of their statement of
Tho II u 1 1 o (1 li helluves Hint tho
Sanitation corps will not lack for sup
port If It will provlilu tho ways ami
lUoiuiR for tho people of tho town to
go about, follow 'tho trail of tho com
mission, and sen not only what the
smiltallstH havn seen, hut also gut mi
Idofi.nf it few of tho dally mid hourly
problems of the Hoard of Health olll
I'M. It limy bo Hint tlio nut result of
lliiwo "seeing Honolulu" lours would
hn ii Hi'lii'lul ili'lllnml Unit the lloiild
of llmilili uml lis annul im mum hk
HIiWpIik. Wo Impo II will, plinl'llm,'
lliti vnlliiiMliiMiii u ii( u I Im Mlile
PAY'ABLE IN ADVANCE.
f Sl Monlot n ,rt()
Tit Ye.r, nywhft Ik U.S. .. . I.oo
Per Year tarwhere n Csii.ds. I, no
Pel Yet ratuM. louun 3.IW.
Uttered at lh IWnflire At IIWmlIii
n.i inonu nwj m til Iff
MAY 29, 19H
lug point morn than a week. At any
rale, It must do good mid can accom
plish no possible harm.
Kor an Immediately practlcnl sug
gestion: What better nso could bo
made of Rome of the Shippers' Whurf
Tax funds than to llnanco a series of
"seeing Honolulu" touis under tho di
rection of tho Sanitation Commis
sion? Wo believe tho money would bo well
GOVERNOR FREAR AND HIS
Governor Krear's statement in to
day's Issi r tho 1! ii 1 1 o 1 1 n of his
readiness to Fcrvo part of another
term ns (lovornor of tho Territory Is
the lien rvt he has oor como to a
direct declaration of his position on
tho mutter of reappointment
Tho Oovernor bus reached tho third
stngo of the man In public olllco. Ho
Is interested In tho work begun and
wants to complete It.
The next stage Is u linn belief that
the country cannot get along without
him. So If tho Uovernor Is reappoint
ed thoro Is vory little doubt that ho
will not lind duty calling him to see
It through to tho bitter end.
I'orhaps I'lesldent Tnft will nsk, Ho
tho peoplo wunl (lovernor Krear re
appointed? What Delegate Kuhlo has In facts
and (It'll res for response to this query
very few people In this Territory un
lit n position to state, and tho 11 u I
I e 1 1 n doesn't know who Hiose few
are. The Delegate's contest, except
ns to Its announcement, Is, so fur ns
this paper Is concerned, being made
Hovemor Trenr will undoubtedly
Iiiino tho support of tho so-called
plantation Interests because they
huo suggested no ono In opposition
to him, unless tho furtive mention of
J. M. Dowsctt be tho outcrnpplngs of
such opposition. Some of these In
terests undoubtedly support Krear be
cause they don't want to tako the
trouble of thinking up auyono better
who will tako tho place.
With the peoplo at large, (lovernor
Krear Is not popular and never will
The reason for this Is his lnck of
straightforwardness In speech mid
netlon when dealing with tlio public.
The peoplo feel that thero nro nbout
two combinations In this town that get
most anything wanted from thn Ter
lltory, while all others sit around
twiddling their fingers.
Hawaii ns no other territorial sec
tion of tho United States needs an
open and nbove-bonrd American nH Its
chief executive. That Is tho point oil
wlflch Mr. Krear falls down.
Such men exist within tho Terri
tory. Whether they nro available or
not Is n liuittor that 1'resldent Tnft
could lind out quicker uml bettor than
anyono this paper could suggest.
Tho Territory would not go com
pletely to tho dogs with another full
four yeurs of Krear us Governor, but
It will bo necessary for the Repub
licans to light like sin nnd destruction
to Keep It from going Into tho control
of tho Democrats.
Veterans of two wars nnd younger
men who may jit participate In an
other conlllet thai will stir tlio world,
will inariii togethtr tomorrow morn
ing In the nnuiial Miinoilal Day pa
rade. Plans luuo been practically com-
pletid by II. J ilreiue, (balneal! of
tlio arrailgeineiilH lommlttee, for the
uniiiml piriule uml iiIIhiImi.iho to Nu-
iiiiini leiiu liry.
Tim iiriiimnleN bi'Kln at t) 30 o'limlt
tomorrow inoinlim The Hue of wtw
nn uml )ouinrti m will llrt form on
Mllbi' utiifl mnl thvn iniiruh lo Hie
(mini Italian,' ib pel, wlnnt It will wall
fur IIim iniii m him r-oinlim ilotin fiuui
Kaimuki Home For Sale
A splendid 5-room haute. New, mod
ern plumblnot 2 bedrooms; Inrge bear
ing fruit trees In yard. Is near Gilt
avenue, and but n short 'd'ltonce from
Lots For Saje Palama
Fourteen lots in Palama. J Prices run
from $M0 per lot to $625.
Trent Trust Co., Ltd.
WK have FOR.
furnished houses in
and Nuuanu Dis
tricts, for from three
to six months.
Thete aro choice residences and
Mil bs rented at a reasonable
i figure to anyone who will take
good care of the property.
Bishop Trust Co., Ltd.
Rchoneld llnrrnrks nnd Tort Shorter
ii'tirnns of tho Spanlsli-Amirlcan war
to Join. Then tho parade will pass
up Nuuanu nvenuo to the cemetery.
where tho organization will form u)
lit (ho O. A. It. plot, uml Collector ot
Internal Itevenuo Cottrlll will deliver
tho annual address, after which tho
return will bo mnde.
In the pnrnde will bo tho veterans
of the I'lvll nnd RpanWi wnrs, tho Xa
tloinl nunrd of Hawaii", Improved
Order or Ited Men nnd tho Kaineha
Chairman ilrocne today announced
tho following di lulls of thn niorulug's
Memorial Day Parade.
Linn will form on Miller street, be
tween Hotel mid lleretanla streets;
march through Capitol grounds to King
street, through King to I'ort, down
Ktikul to Nminmi, thinco to cemetery.
Iteturn Through Xuuanu to Vine-
ynrd, to Knnna. bnltlnir near llere
tanla, where post will salute escort.
Order of Parade.
N. fl II No. 1
Improved Order of Hod Men No. 2
Spanish AVnr Veterans No, 3
Kmuebameha Cadets No. 4
flro. W. Du Long Post No. t5.
REAL ESTATE DEPARTMENT
College Hills and' '
Wo hnvo for sale a well-built mod
ern house on tho carllno In Collego
Hills for 1C000.
Let us show you what wo hnvo In
the wuy of building lots In tho Puiipueo
-Soil nnd elevation tho best. ,
I'lleei mid terms liberal.
J.'.r.on buys n litiiiMo In thn Mnltlkl
illslriit imoo siiuaru feet of land, Willi
mi exceptionally well-built bouse, mod
el 11 In every pnrllcuhir.
F0JIT AND MEROIfANT BT11EETI H0N0LUWT, T, U,
Unlquo Pieces now on view at
to your friends M sea. Office open
from 7 a. m. to 5:30 p. m., except on
Sundays, when it is open from 8 to
10 a. m.
If you wish to send vour mainland
friends haH-a-dozen CHOICE PINE
APPLES or bunch of BANANAS,
Just leave an order with
ISLAND FRUIT CO.
72 " King Street
IWIth Wells, Knrgo HxpresR Co.)
n. A. It No. S
Tlio committee on arrangements ex
tends a cordial Invllntlun to all Amer
ican citizens nnd their families to unite
With us In tlio obsirvnnce of tho day.
it. j. (iitiinxi;.
The Spanish Wiir veterans will us
semblo nt I'ytbl.'in Hall tomorrow
innrnhig at 9:4.1 n. 111., mul wilt then
join the tl. A. It. ipen.
POND IT GOING
Only Change Is Handling of
Milk Through Association's
Arrangements hnvo been practically
rmnpti tt-il by which the r M. Pond
Dairy's milk will hereafter bo handled
through the Honolulu D.ilmucn's As
nidation Mr. I'nnd himself will take
n nno-thlrd Intrest In the iissoelntlou,
nnd tho deal Includes his turning over
lo the association some of bis present
dairy equipment, Including mules, wng
ojis and cans.
The report that M'r. Pond Is going
TO QUIT DAIRY
Tho cxnerlencn of 'Mntbnrlinnil'la n
tfyliiff 0110 to most women mul tnnrka
illstliictiynn epoch in their liven. ot
0110 woman In n, hiin
Ured is prepared or
understands how to
self. Of course near
ly ever v woman now
treatment nt tho
time of Child-birth.
but many approach
tho. cxnerlencn with
an organism unfitted for tho trial of
strength, and when tho strain Is over
hor system has received a shock from
which it is hard to recover. Follow,
injr right upon this com6s the nervous
sirain 01 caring lor tho child, nnd a
distinct chanpo in tho mother results.
Thcro is nothing morochnrmingthan
n happy nnd healthy mother of chil
dren, nnd Indeed child-birth under right
conditions need bo no linzard to health
or beauty. Tho unexplalnablo thing Is
that, with all tho evidence of shattered
nerves and broken health wsulting
from nn unprepared condition, women
will persist in going blindly to the trial.
,It isn't ns, though tho cxperienco
came upon them unawares. They have,
nmplo lime in which to preparo, but
they, for the most part, trust to chanco
and'JMy the icnalty.
In many homes onco childless thero
nro now children becatiio of tho fact
that Lydia 4J. .l'lnkham's Vegotablo
Compound makes women norma),
healthy, nnd strong.
Any -woninn vo would lllco
Mieclnl nilvk'o lu ropird to tills
innttcr in cordially Invited to
write, to Itlrs'.JMnlciihui at Lynn,
Muss. Ilerilotter will bo licld In
out of business, however, Is not true,
nor Is It truo that tho Pond Dairy will
puss under tho control of the dulry
men'a association, lie will still own
his big herds, produce his many hun
dred gallons of milk dully unci serve
his customers. Tho only cluiiKu will
bo that tho milk will bo bundled
through tho splendid purifying plant
Installed by the association on Bherl-
Ml. I'nnd tills mornlns''cniphnsl7.ed
thn fact that he Is not going to quit
the dairy business, and regrets that
thero should bo uny report of tho kind
r proud about. He wilt retuln Ills nc-
tlvy Interest In dairying and will con
llnuu to supervise tho production of
tho milk ami Its distribution.
Tho famous l'ond system, which has
resulted In giving Honolulu tho bciuy
llt of puro milk, will hu kept up. How
ever, tho handling of tho milk through
tho electric purifying plant Is" simply
nn additional precaution taken to In
sure tlio absolute perfection of the
product. Tho purifying plant Is now
handling close to 3000 quarts of milk
a day, and a visit to tho plant tills
luoinlng showed everything In the
most cleanly -and wholesome condition
mid tho process of purifying tho milk
going on nt a rapid rate.
"I hnvo wntched this plant carefully
and am satisfied that It Is the most
pirfect ever Invented nnd will do nil
Hint Is claimed for It," said Mr. I'ond,
"and for that reason I hnvo decided to
handle the milk through It. Wo will
stilt produce us before', and tho milk
will be handled through this process
simply because It goes even further
than human skill can do. It Is tho final
correction on top ot nil our other pre
llr. Pond If. sending out tho follow
ing letter to his mans1 customers:
A Personal Word to Our Customers:
Our Aim Pure Milk for Little and
it Is now nbout six years slnco wo
begnn nur llttlo dairy nt Wnlklkl. Wo
begnn with seven or eight cows nnd
nn Idenl. That Idenl wns to furnish tho
babies mid bigger folk, of Honolulu with
n wholesome milk supply. Through
many dllllcultles wo hnvo adhered and
Have Yolir Watch
A wutch will run without oil or
(iuanliig longer than any other
piece of machinery but It needs
If you will consider that the
rim of the buhiuou wheel travels
over fifteen miles a day, you w 111
not grudgo your" watch a speck
of oil and a cleaning Onco a year,
It will Increase the Ufa and ne
curney of your watch, . I.cavo
your wnU h with us today.
H. F. Wichman
& Co.. Ltd.,
still propose to ndhcre to that Ideal
Long before tho government undertook
Its campaign against tuberculosis, we
hnd voluntarily condemned nnd sncrl
flcctl over JIO.OOO worth of tuberculous
stock, Our, herd Is clean now.
The Public Response.
Tho response of Honolulu wns grntl
fylng. Our business consistently grew
from Its modest beginning till today
our output Is over 1000 quarts of milk
nnd 30 quarts of cream dally, with &00
head of stock nnd land, Ami equipment
Increased Cost of Production.
However, ns our business grew, our
profits steadily decreased. When we
began, middlings wero J2C.C0 a ton;
bran, $22; nnd labor wns abundant nt
$2.1 nnd (24 n month. Today, middlings
nro $38; bran, $29.60 a ton; and labor
of the same caliber IS $30 n month. In
short, every element of cost has ad
vanced from 10 to to per cent., whlto
the price of milk has remained the
Expensive equipment Required,
Furthermore, ns n result of modern
study of milk supply throughout the
world It has become Increasingly clear
that nn elnborato nnd expensive equip
ment Is essential to tho production nnd
marketing of a uniformly safe prod
uct on n large scnle. Somo form of
pnstenrlrntlon Is being fourid more nnd
more deslrnblo nnd even necessary.
8plendld Equipment of Dairymen's
While wo have been studying this
question, our competitors, tho Hono
lulu Dairymen's Association, hnvo not
ben Idle. After careful study of tho
situation, nsslsted by Dr. Pratt of the
Hoard of Health, tho U.. Department
of Agriculture," nnd tho Hoard of Health
of New York City, they hnvo selected
nnd Installed n very complete nrid re-
mnrknbly efficient inllk-handllng plnnt
through tho efforts of their manager,
Mr. S. W. Smith, who hns Just return
ed from a trip exclusively devoted to
tho study ot, milk production in nil Its
stages from tho rearing of healthy
Mock nnd Its care In tho dairy down
to tho tlmo when tho milk bottlo Is
placed in tho Ice-box of tho consumer.
Reduction of Cost by Consolidation
Necessary to Support Increased
Ttocognlzlng tho grent expense en-
tnlled by these Improvements nnd the
fact thnt tho dairy business has not
been profltnblo of recent years tho Ho
nolulu Dairymen's Association has In-
ylted the Pond Dairy to Join with them
In n broad nnd progressive campaign
for clenn milk believing that tho cut
ting off of one completo olllco staff nnd
of almost nn entire system of wagons
would result In nn economy of benefit
to producers nnd consumers nllke.
Quality Assured by Government and
Private Inspection and Bacteriological
Thoipollcy proposed Is ns follows:
1. Production Every effori will bo
made to assure n uniformly clean nnd
wholesome supply of milk from the
various dairies, A policy of the frank
est Cooperation with tho Territorial nnd
county authorities, supported by thor
ough nnd frequent Inspections from tho
Dulrymen's Association Itself, nnd
checked by careful bacteriological tests
by tho staff of tho Territorial veteri
narian. Will guarantee n wholesome
supply delivered nt tho doors of tho
2. laboratory and Delivery Equip
ment This equipment hns met tho ap
proval of all who havo seen It, mid
wo earnestly Invito nil of our custom
ers who havo not yet dono so to nvnll
themselves of tho opportunity of see
ing this rcmarknblo installation. Mr.
Smith will cordially welcome nnd ex
plain tho process to nil who may come.
Thn plant Is In operation nt 10 o'clock
every morning. Wo hopo flint' many of
oUr customers will tuko tho tlmo to
New Plant a Benefit to Our Customers
and a Credit to Honolulu.
, It Is our sincere opinion that this
new plant nffords our customers facil
ities vastly superior to those wo hnvo
hitherto' been able to offer, facilities
lor tho Installation of which Mr. Isen
berg, Mr, Smith nnd their associates
deserve tho highest credit nnd public
appreciation, lly this process (ho milk
Is electrically pasteurized to a degrco
of efficiency hitherto unknown, " yet
without affecting Its taste or digesti
bility In any way, unless It be fnvor
nbly. It Is instantly cooled to n tem
perature of 35 degrees, and, by ono
machine, without tho possibility of con
tamination by contact, bottled In ster
ilized containers and capped with ster
ilized cups contnlned In sealed tubes.
Our Customers Safeguarded In
However, thnt our customers mny bo
assured of every precaution being taken
In their behalf, our family customers'
will continue to receive ns heretofore,
our own milk, produced at the Pond
Dairy, except that It will bo bottled
ut tho Honolulu Dairymen's Associa
tion under their improved conditions.
Wo shall bo compelled to enp It with
tho Dairymen's Association's bottlo
cups, us our caps havo a lip mid will
therefore not go Into tho cupping ma
chine. This nrransement will enntlnuo
until such tlmo us we havo been ab
solutely suttslled by personal Inspection
and bacteriological tests, ns well ns
consultation with our customers nnd
tho authorities, that tho milk fiom
other ibirlea Is equal to our own, It Is
the Intention of tlio Dairymen's Asso
ciation io grade Its dairies, nnd milk
will ho used for family trudo from such
dairies only ns havo estuhllahed 11 sat
Isfuitory standard of production,
W. Ara Qllll Loyal to tho Llttl. Folks,
vjV pro still oal to Ilia bullies iindiiiilloii iimbr their new policy for Urn
b Inner fol who mo imluu Pong Dairy
milk, Vu nro proud of tint lonlldincul
hllhurlo Dh'uwii im, us uu urn 11U0 Uvii
K M'PD IS
(Continued from Pagelj
tho present tlmo nnd that his wife)
had prevented him from earning some!
oxtrn monoy from tho Honolulu Iron
Works. Asked to explain wliat oh-'
structlon his wlfo had plnccd In his
way iMcQiinld stated that she had re
fused 'lo glvo him a box of books con
taining chemical data that was ne
cessary In tho labor of preparing a"
rciHirt on a now sugar refining process
now under Investigation. McQuaJd
stated that Mrs, McQuald hnd refus'
cd to glvo up the books unless hn
paid her a sum of money nnd (Ills'
statement wns borno out by Attorney
Coko who took tho stand nnd told of
meeting Mrs. McQuald on tho, street:
nnd nsklng for tho books In .McQuald'a'
bohalf. Coko was told that the books'
would not bo forthcoming unless Mc
Quald paid $2:7.00.
As n, consequenco of this refusal
of his wlfo to glvo up tho books Me
Quald stated that ho was dcprlvodt
of the opportunity of adding to his
monthly income by doing tho special
work for the Hoiiolulu 'Iron Works.
McQuald's testlmftny showed that
after paying for the support nnd tui
tion of his children ho" wns loft tho
sum of J35.00 n month for his own
purpqses. He denied cmphatlcnily
thnt ho had over received, money from
his wlfo for the purchase of tho dlo
puted books, or that he had taken his
wife's money to go to New York to
study' engineering, , -
"If you earned this ci(ra money
would nny of It havo gone to your
wife," was a question asked of Mc
Quald by Andrews.
"Not one cent'," wns the quick res
ponse of McQuald, given with decided ,
In denying tho alimony petition
J - -
. i 1
(Continued from Pago 1)
It Is alleged that in addition to this
organization the. American companies
In 1902 entered Into n .contract with n
Dritish company, tho Imperial To
bacco Company, whereby the Amerl
enn companies .were limited in their
business to America and the British
to Great lirltaln, except that the lat
ter, could buy Jcaf tobacco n the Uni
ted States. t wns alleged that the
Urltlsli-Amerlcub .Tobacco Company
wns organized to take over the export
business of both the Drltlsh and the
ThrOo of the four Judges on tho cir
cuit bencli united in a decree. This
decreo dismissed tho petition ns to
the Imperial Company and the llrlt-Ish-Amcrlcnu
Company, and tho Uni
ted Cigar Stores Company, which was
claimed to bo tho rotnll branch of tlio
organization; This action formed onn
of tlio grounds for appeal by the
government to the Supereme Court,
Tlio presence of n pair of profes.
sional crap shooters who nro well
known In Honolulu pollco circles
ninong tho ono hundred and fifty ex
cursionists who left the city for Mn'ul
In the Btcamer Ukellko on Saturday
evening, wns the only disagreeable
feature of tho entire trip.
These men nr) old tlmo professional
gambleis and crap shooters nnd nc
cordlng to Iho police hnvo hnd rec
ords. Heforo leaving tho Llkellko this
morning ono of them Is known to havo
gono thiough tho ciowd of young men
to tho (uno of nourly threo hundred
All friends of tho Collego of Hawaii
nro coullally Invited to n picnic nt tho
Collego farm In Manoa Valley, Time:
Tuesday, Mny'SOth. from 11:00 a. tri
to 4:00 p. m. Bring jour lunch. Ice
cieam (n product of tho Collego dairy)
will bo served. Trees will be planted
In the nfleruoon.
$ ii q $, $, jS'j,,j)j.j.5 34
ly appreciative of tho forbearance so
frequently necessary when baby's milk
didn't corny or thn cream for tho leu
creum wns too lute. Wo sincerely ho-
lievo that the new arrangement Is to
tlio benefit of our cilstAiuern. In asso
ciating ourselves with Hon. l'uul It.
Isenherg, Hon, S, M. Damon, Judge
Henry U. Cooper, Mr. II. M. von Holt,
Judge Andrndii nnd Mr. Charles lie!-
linn, wo feel Hint wo are In good com
pany, nnd wo uro ussurcd of their co
operation. Our Mr. l'ond, proprietor of
tho l'ond Dulry, enWrs tlio Honolulu
Dulrymen's Association ns tlio owner
of approximately one-third ot Its cap
ital stock, as an nfllcer, mid as 11 mem
ber of Its board of directors, Ho will
tako 11 personal and active Interest 1st
ull of his customers to tho end lb.it
they may ull li Justly siillslied with
tho now supply.
Onco iniiro thunklng you for your
coiilblencii hi the past, and MIcIIIiik
It for Hie Honolulu IMIrynim'h Askii-
fill urn, v lemnln,
Vuy truly joins,
, Till pond HAIItV,