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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU,;-!". H., SATURDAY, MAR. 23, 1912.
W. F. Burroughs Sees Bright
Pulurc for Industry
MODEL TOWN RUN FOR
LIBBY, McNEIL & LIBBY
Will Not Move Cannery to
Town But Will Make Com
fortable Homes for Employ
es Near Their WorkLib
beyvillo Scheme Woolen
' We Intend In l.ccii mir ciinhcty 111
:l-i inuiiti') IT iiiolil( iijnl In order
! do Ch l we shall make tint sur-
i mlnil for III.' cmployns of Ihocun-
n" attractive im possible," m.i Itl
V I' lltinougli ur l.lbhy. ..McNeill &
l.ldl'.t In sprultlng of llie plans for tlm
ilctilopmcnt of tho pineapple mimicry
Sir. llurniiiRliK Im been here fur
tlii.-o.luoks, ncLnmpuulod py .1. R
Morrow, who Is In charge of the I'nl-
I fun i l.i fruit cunning estiiltlMiinrnt,
limMint otcr the Held uml sIxIiik l.lbhy,
McNeill .V: Ubby's shale In the tlotol
I'Pinenl or the pliienpie ImluMry of
"We expect In ailapt a leiv of our
I'lilcugn MeiiB tn our (nihil cannery.
At mir piieKlns etalilhinciit lu Chl
i.iK" we employ something llle :MHI
I'lopi,.. principally girls uml women.
We euler In their luinrort In thought
ful anil pructkiit ways. I'or Instance,
fm Hit' luiieh hour we have u large,
iniiiiilily hull where the employes e.in
o H nil eat their lunch In attractive
siirriiundlnKs We sell tlirni good foiul
ul the ver lowest prlcex. mi that a the tilnrapple of Hawaii hax n future
nooii lunch can be Iuui for ten ccnlc; jax well ui u present ko.h1 repulallnn.
mire nt a ,.(.ni flip. p i,. cent, jour prexent -output Is IIIi.immi eaxex.
meat two lentx. uml hi forth. We jour capacity li ror three Union that
Imve niiixlc ilurlmt the lunch hour. aiiuiutil. ami we Inlcml to ii.it the
"When we put In the pliimi one of production up to capacity. Our out
my frlen.N reinarkeil that we xhouhl put thlx year will bo thrie tlmex that
have a ineelmiilciil piano I xalil Wo; of hixt
in- wnnt life to the muilc, xoinetlilim-1 "A tlrrt-chixx orpinlzntlon hax been
lo tn. Hi,, mlmlx of the employcx nlf jxliapcil up uml rcxnltx hhl fair lo bo
ll-e mill hie of their work.' We hale j i,,rlH Inc. Mr li II. Il.illberi;, one
n joiiiis woman pl.iylnir the piano. ami of the eMicrlcneeil men fioin our (.'al
I belleii. It U much belter than the Ifomki paoklnc cxtabllilnnent. Ix xu-ornaii-KrlmlhiK
xcheme. There Is men. perliitemleut. The inecliiinlcal ilepurt
txl jHlff ami. illverxlon .In Jlfo uctUui. Iment Ix lii.chaiKe oCMr.-K.iC. Kteven,
Take us I'm example "our exhfbltnt' u llrM-cluxx 'cnKlneer. li'ml the cook Inn
the Paris exposition. v i.,, n moilel will be In eluirRe of .Mr. fh.irlex Nor
of our packlun plant with everythliiK , ton. These me nil experienced men
In motion, the rattle bclim conveyeil nn I understand tlio I.lbby. McNeill &
from the vnrds lo the xl.iiiKhterliousex l.lbhy hlculx.
and nil the processes of packliiK In' "Ax for the ri-ikthI cntlook for pine
full Kit hut. so rnr as poxlble. Von apples. I think It Is tery satlsfuctory.
lake n tllsplay hi u vlnre wlmlotv; lt,tl'oiiRh we can't fit Mill like a bump
Is more nttructlie If there Is life ami on a hn; uml let the IIiIiik run. We
action Jn II Thai's wi,y ,. Ian',, iv'ihav,. to keep intake and active.
ineiiuiiiieiii iiiiiiius. i Here's humdrum ,
In the iIhj's work. When ofT duty
"WHI. we bi.pe to innki tilings at-
tin'tlve for the Rlrls and ttomeii who
""' ' ii'l'loyed at the model town
or l.ll,bvle as It x pioposul to lie
l-Ple want real dltcrslon
"l-'lrst we shall mv,. comrortablc
Vy.-itcr .mil the walerlrnnt has nrcit-Ph-d
conquerable nf public attention
since the stock market has subsided,
nflijrit must be conressed that while
nolt lur Is so Important its the tariff
on sliver, each represents factors nf
no small moment to the City of Hono
lulu. Agitation of the necessity for e
diiclng the prlco of water to ships
calling ul this port, and the liit'estlRu
llnn of where thu present water sup
ply ami t)ie money goes, have brought
u l.iiite number nf eltlens Into u bet
ter ItiinivleilRe of tlio present lack of
sytem rnr charges for water on tho
water flout and also Impressed them
with the great need fur nn expert ln
testhfiiiion or tho ivater bureuii or
tlio Territory similar tn Unit which Ix
bi'lnfr made of tho inuulrlp.il expensex.
It iilsn appears thai the burden of
the sewer xyhlem'H maintenance Is be
ing laid upon the water department
and the lisers of water. This I a
mo.it imlrngcoiix uml unbusinesslike
y.-lcin If tho saii'.o thing were dono
muter the municipal government It
would cause an outcry against tho
clt goternni'-nt lit tho enemies ot
lorul government, that could bo
Ileum for many blocks. Olio of tho
Rieat ilKrieiiltlex in tho way of nny
proKresslte measures applied to gov
ernmental affairs Is. that a certain
lenient decidedly domineering In Its
utllturle toward the average citizen
will accept nit) thing In the way nf
rnlsRoternment coming fiom the Ter
ritory, foudouo It and defend It, and
raise a great outcry ngalust the slight
est faults In the hudnchx administra
tion uf tho municipality. When there.
Is better spirit of fair play and thor
oughly honest business Judgment In
ileallnir trllh public uff.ilrs all nloug
tho Hue, tho town will piogtess much
luuro rapidly. No one should condone
IN BUSINESS CIRCLES
RY $75,000 ADVERTISING CAMPAIGN
home ror the finplnjcs, Whether
ll I.omdu:; Mhciue will lio n number
nf cottage r a largo iliirmltiiry has
not been fullj dcclilid Tlio I niKMii fur
tills hcaltunc.i Ii Hint "i' Intend tn
luite nil the fclrlx employed with nit
nndir tin' enrc of a nuitrnn, su Unit
llicy will In- limply l elected. livtli
or tliK run brt best ciiirlrd nut unilcr
tlio ilnrmltori nr iuttiiK plan bus yet
til lie decided. We are being assisted
In tlll-i li.v piiKRentloni from phlhin
tlilopie ladles nf Ilnnnlulii, lin are
taking a lively Interest hi the working
gills of our Islands, ami especially ot
"Online the cunning le-iaou we shall
lmc iuu.il .our iiuinlii'il employes,
u.c LiiuU i.u t in luiiii girl aim mu
ii. ell, imiAliirf III Hie cannery. We
uuiil tu iii.ikc luce people commit
ulc, alii! t.o snail gu tlicul mien
pl.yMuu nun ini'i-.illj healtiilul sui
iuumilliK tnal ll will be tl pleasure
lur Iiiliii lu go "Mr iruni liiiuiilulu
mr, ut, iuui ii.oiilliH uura dining llie
"An iiDxenibly hall w 111 be built fur
iiiuiim incuts miring the IclMire hours.
Hcio ttu Miull hate music uml cicr
Ihing In iciimiii tu make life pleasant.
"'there will be dicsslng rooms where
thu eniilo)e will ilon their apron nnd
clean up heiore (joins to their work;
thou will be pi milled with hut uml
colli water, ami the bath facilities will
be sanitary In every respect, as Is liv
ely proccxx ot our tanning
"111 Ihlx way wn hope to make the
people who wnrl: or lit hupp). Just in.
we tin lu California, where iiuuibcrx
of tamlliex tome to our caunerlcx dur
ing the season ami llml prnlltiililccm
plo inenl uml proper lioiue life.
"We have xpent iUlte a hit of
money In the pineapple buxtnexx. We
Jure spending more, boeiiuio wo think
"While I have leo In ll,.. .-Itv li,.,..
has been a mertlne of those Inter
ested In pineapple markclliiR. anil we
'Imvo decided on nn adt'ertlsliiR ram-
, ,alKli Ihut will call for an expenditure
of nnuetlilnir like ;.-,,000. You see,
w.' can't t.iko the rhanco of pineapples
jlwi - nmlnir a dniR on the market. Tlio
pretentlve Is adtertlshiR.
the faults hi uny department uf guv
In the stock market the week him
'wen a quiet one, as was to bo ex
peeled. Tho tourist season Is wnn
Ing, enmpared with tho rush of Kcb
ruary ami tho cruisers nf tho Pacific
Heel have left port, so that the com
lilnation has given tho town Hither n
let-up ut Hie end of a tery busy uml
very prnsperous threo months.
The sugar slock market Ix holding
llrm and Inactive. Tho Sinato hax the
free sugar bill lu hand nnd nil the do
lucstlc xiigar producing- rnreex of the
rountry are centering on Washington.
The general expectation Is Unit the
Kliiunco Committee of the Hcnuto will
reject tho freo sugar bill hut possibly
propoie a lomproinlsii that will leave
the duty ut 1 cent or t.Sfi per pound,
It does' not seem probable Unit n ill-tl-ilon
lu the Scnato will bo made on
strict party lines or that a majority
ran be obtained for .the Underwood
hill. Thlx Ix tho baxlx on which the
traders in sugar stocks aro proceed.
hiB. There Is Just enough threut III
llio situation' tn prevent active buy
ing ami still not enough (lunger to In
fluence people to throw their xtockx
nn the market at n sucrlflce. It Ix a
er conservative and very sensible j
murket. Any of tho stocks at tho ires
cut quotation Ix u good buy from the
standpoint nf an Investment based on
the dividend paying capacity nf the
sugar properties, nnd probabilities lire
not In favor of a sharp decline unless
the worst ami most unexpected hap
pens hi WashlnRton: '
The prlco of raw,ligHr has been
steadily rugging, hating reached 4.4!
the hitler part of the week.., Thlx was
(inllclilali'd and nn Information has
been received tu Indicate that Ihero
"ThN yeur's pack for the Inland Is
practically cold. Hut by. It'll the pack
will be more than doubled. Now, If
we sat Mill uml Old nothing, there
might be ovcrpiodiictloii Hut through
an udvcrllxliiK campalRii Hint will uc-
lii.ilut more people with plneappleH
uml the superiority of the Hawaiian
pineapple, we hope tn be In that happy
pniltlou where by doiiblliiK the pack
we shall still be unable to supply the
"l.lbhy. McNeill & l.lbhy belletn In
nittcrtMiiK, and ne believe In llie
pineapple Industry of Hawaii. I'roui
present prospects I think the pineap
ple pack of this Teirllory will be 1,
.,IH.0I0 ensex by I9H.
"Not only shall we advertise but the
xellhiR force nf our puckliiK house will
push the Hawaiian pineapple lu every
country of the rIiiIio. The Huropcun
murket has tot been specially devel
oped up tn the present. We shall not
ncRlcct It. There Is a Rood Held, uml
Hawaii puts up u pineapple that Is so-Ix-rlor
to anything put on the market
frnni any other part of the win Id.
"The price will be advanced this
year about twenty-live rents u caso
on uccntint uf the Increased cost of
production. Whither tills will reduce
the consumption or not ieuiuln to bo
seen, but canned pineapples at Ilia
pi Ice Is nlxiut the cheapest canned
fruit Unit ciiii be had."
Mr. llurrniighs In chatting uf Hie
pineapple situation trifled onlo tlio
sugar iiuchtlnn, lu which he Is inter
ested by leu-mi of lutvlne Invested In
"When 1 bought beet sugar stock
mine months iiro It was minted at 51.
Since this free sugar ware came on
I had thought tn telegraph about III
situation, but being, so busy with pine
apples have put It off from day today,
f got a cable today from my secretary
stating that the beet sugar stock for
merly ut SI Is now (tuotcd ill 58. This
doesn't Indicate that the people nt
homo are panlc-rtrlckcn over the dan
ger of free siiRar."
Mr. IliirrniiRlii has enjoyed etery
moment of hli stny In the city. HioiirIi
ne nns neon very busy, lie has been
at the plant nt Ahuhnami with l'rd
Marfarl.ine, the local personal repre
sentative of I.lbby. McNeill l.lbhy.
Rone over every detail of the man.iRc
ii "t. iuui found ii little time In get
ueiualuted with the people of Hono
lulu. s He Ix nccuinpiinlcil mi the trip
by Mrs. llurroiiRhs uml Mrs i.lbby,
who are also well pleased with llono
lulu and Its beaullfol suirouiulliigs.
The welfare of the tinmen employes Ix
a mutter In which these ladles are
deeply Inti rested, and while tlio nidi
are IhnuRhtlul. It may perhaps bo
end I led tn the women of the family
that the packing establishments of
I.lbby. McNeill & I.lbby lire always to
bo found the center of a model town,
vhere the employes are contented,
prospermia and their welf'ire consid
ered during the leisure linurs.
Mr. Iliirrnuglis and Ills party leave
on the Mongolia lor the ("oast, after
a very pleasant trip that has coin-
ilued Riiod business with much
Ix any notable change In tho i-undltlon
of tho world's supply, although beetx
have been dropping ax well as cen
trifugals. Home suggest that the
inarkrt Is being manipulated by tho
Htizur Trust which Ix fighting; for
freo sugar In order to convince llie
people Unit eteii tho threat of free
PUEiir lowerx tho "price ot the Htveetx
for tho tvorklngman'x morning coffee.
Up to the present time Honolulu hax
received no Information of anticipated
' relief from tho world'a sugar short
age, and nn advance In price later In
tho season seems umung the certain
tlesA As 1-M I'nllltx noted In an Interview
Willi tho lllilletlll Just previous tu his
return tu tho'Cnust, the physical con
dition uf Hawaii's plantations wax
, never better, the lubor wax neter
I mure contented, nnd really there wax
never uny time when thcro wax le.x
tn ho afraid of ut home. The trouble
Ix all In Washington.
record nf slock sales for the
week ux xliown by the Stock Kxchango
Monday, Match 18.
Iletwcen nourds: 55 Olaa, 7,50;
200 Olaa, 7.50; 100 Olaa, 7.50; 200 Ho
liokau, 12.12V6; 8 O. It. ft I,. Co.. 152.
50; 40 Kwn 33.50; 20 Onhu Sugar Co.
40; 10 Oalm Sugar Co.. 40; 5 Oalm Su
gar Co., 40.
Ilcgltmlng at J2 noon Monday, Mar.
18, 1912, all transactions In tho shares
of Oalm Sugar Co, will bo on tho IixhIx
of tho new capitalization of $5,000.0011,
Transfer books closo noon, Mnrch 18,
to reopen April 1. I
Tuesday, March 19.
llctwcen Hoards: 100 Olaa, 7.37;
30 Olaa. 7.3714: 100 O. It. ft I,. Co..
152. 5U; Id II. C. & S. Co., 14.50;, ll
11. C. & S. Co., 41.50; 50 Onhu Sugar:
Co., 40; 55 Onliu Sugar Co., 10; 10 0a-,
hn Sugar Co., 40; 50 Oalm Sugar Co.,,
Session Sales: 50 Olaa, 7.3714: 10
Olaa. 7.3714; 10 Olaa, 7.3714; 10 Olaa,!
7.3714: 10 Oallll Sugar Co., 29.50; 7
Oalm Sugar Co.. 29.50; 10 Walalna.
132: in Walalna, 132; 5 Kwn, 31. lit): I
5 II ('. ft H. Co.. -11.75: 50 Kwn 33:
7 Kwn, 33. I
Onliu Sugar Co. limitations tills (Into
PfedoErcn ('oiitrlfitcntH. 4 An lnr.
on hails nf new cnplttillitnllnit.
Ily, S.17. 88-ilcgrcc Analysis llccls.
Wednesday. Man It 211.
Ilrlv.een Ibi.-ndu- t.,niin llll-i I'v its
95i $.i00 Wiilnlun "s, 102. 50; 100 (Una.
"ST'.i; 2. Olaa, 7. 37; 140 (Jim, 7.-
:; s: o. it. &. i,. Co., iS2.r,o; s o. it
& I,. Co., 152. no; 22 O, It. ft U Co.,
IG2..VI; BS lluttn. Pine. Itlghls, 17.
,."0: SO lliiwti Pine. Illgliti. 17.50; r,0
lOalnt Hunar Co., 29. 80; 35 Oaliil Sitgnr
.Co.. 29.50: 2.i flunh Sn'ir f?n. -'i .'.n.
,10 O.ilm Sugar Co., 29.50; 10 II. 0. ft
,S. Co.. 44.50; 31 II. C. & S. Co. II.-
75; 1C0 Kwn. 3.1.
Kofslon Sales: 10 Mcllryilc, 0.5u;
50 McUryde. 9.50; 5 Kwa, 33; 2.". O. It.
i I.. Co., 152.50; 10 Meltryilc, 0.50;
5 Mrlli-vdo 0 .Ml. r. l..ll,.,1n ii r.. -
.Mellryde, 9.50; in .Mcllryde,' 9.5(1; 25
Mrilryilo. 9.50; 50 .Mellrydo. 9. SO; 5
Walnliia, 130; 5 Walillua, 130; 10 ltd
nokiia, 12.25; 10 II. C. ft S. Co., 11.50.
Match 20, 1912: Hmvn. Aur. Co., $2.
flli-dcsree Cciiliiriigils, l.-is. par
ity, S.tfi. 88-dcsico A'.mlyslH Heels
Tliiitsilay, Mnrch 21
llctwcen lloaiils: 17 Oalm Sugar
Co., 29.2J; 20 Ou, Sitsiir Co., 29.25;
.'1 Walalna, 130; 5 Wiilnlun, 130.
Session Hales: lo Hoiinhna 12.23-
9 Mcllryde, 9.C2!fc; 50 Olan. '7.12V4;
15 Mcllrvilo (is. n.(!2iA' n Mn,,-,i 1.
9.024; 111 llomikan, 12.25; 15 O.ilm
.-Migar wi, 2.2.i; 5 Oalm SiiKar Co..
29.25; 5 Hittv. C. .t S. Co.. 1I.37V4
70 llonnkiia, 12; in llonokna, 12; 5 Ilo
ncltau. 12; 5 llonohnii, 12; 10 Mcllryilo
Slid A It (JUOTATIONS.
9'j'-(lcgtfo Ceiitrlrugul.i, t.-IS. Par
Ily, 5. Hi. SS-ilcKl'co AiiiiI'h!k llcctx.
Krldav. .Mnrch 22.
llctwcen Hoardv 50 niuimen ia. -.
Walalna, 130; 5 Walalna. 131); 20 Ktvti
i; i. Kwa. 3:;; 3, Oalm Susar Co.,
29; 23 O.ilm Sueur Cn. ! r. oh u.
K.'ir Co., 29; J5000 llllo Kx. (ix, 95;
KM.OCO Notoinax fix, 93.3(1; 10 Mutual
Tel. Co., 19.75.
Session Salcx: 5 Mrllrvde. i .-.n- .-.
Mcllryilo. 9.50; 15 Oalm Sugar Co.,
2R.75: 10 Oallll Suc:ir Cn. "V 7.".. 111a
Olnn, 7.25; (10 Olaa. 7.25; 5 Mcltr(lc.
9. 50; 5 Onlm Sugar Co., 28.75; 5 O.l
I111 Snear Co.. 28. T.v r. n.iim a,,,....
Co.. 28.75; 5 Walalna, 130; inn Olaa,
i.isvs; 100 Ol.ia, 7.12H-: 25 Olaa, 7.
I21'.; 50 Olaa. 7.121,: 1; Mnl Teleoi,
Co., 19.871.6; 70 Honokaa. ll.S7i; 30
jionoKit.t. 11.S714; 20 Honokaa, 11.75.
loi-degrco CcntrlriunW. 1,12 Par
ity. 5.15. SS-desreo Analy.ils licet -1li).
HtiiekJnjtr) ftif Mrllrvde plantation
held their nnn11.1l inectliiK thlx week
nnd heanrir- very rnvornblo repmt
fiom the manager uml ulso from llio
ngcntx of die property. A dividend nf
one dollar a shure Ix promised .Mc
llryde stockholders and llie agents
staled Ihut they would underwrite uml
thus guarantee, the refunding of tho
plantation .bonds, converting Ihcni
from six per cents to rive per cents
and assure a great saving In Interest.
Slilng V Terrltor).
Treasurer Cnnkllng has been mak
ing n tl-lli lhrnor.li IIia lul.lu rn.. l...
'. ." ,n,,,,,,,n ,,,, im-
express purpose, of "pIjiIiik up the sll-
laiiuii. no nns iukcii 111 all nr the
lllnntlltlnna lllltl ,.lln 1.(,lnlnu ,1-1...
'". -... MUlbllVfl. 1 in
knnwIedKo that ho has gathered will
ov pui iu use uuring mo luepiing or
tho Kqunlizntlnn Hoard. He reports
conditions most favorable, throughout
the Territory tin, I Mini tlm nailn....i
Increaso In tho asscsred valtintloti for
me -territory, amounting to $2.1,000,000
Is a conscrvntlte llgure.
.Mountain King Work.
Word was received during tlm llrst
of the week from Ccorgo Hobs, 011 tlm
coast, to tho effect that the sharehold
ers In tho. Mountain King Mining and
.Milling company should titko 11 little
lurtlior clmiice In tlm enlorprlse nnd
pay tho a'sspssments that arc now duo
ho that the work can bo carried on.
II0H8 gives this advice on the strength
of the recommendations that Imvo
been lnndo by Knglnecr Ilurch, who
has mnde n personal Investigation of
the property lit tho Instigation of tho
,cit (mtnintlnc Chief,
On Tuesday I)r. F. K, Trotler, tlm
recently appointed chief quiiruntlno of
llror for this port, arrived from the
coast. Ho takes tho place of Dr.
KiuuiiR, who Is soon to go lo Port
Totvnsend. Dr. Trotter brought his
family with him and comes us 11 ipial
Ifled and cmclent olllcer for the wotk
rho Island of Maul Is on Improve
ment bent, and It Is 'curiicd that next
year It Is Intended to spend tanrly 11
million dollars In general Island bot
terments. Among some of tho worn
In hand mid In vlow may bo mentioned
the extension of tho K.ilmlui railroad
and the construction of Irrigation
ditches. Thpro lire thousands of
aeros of pineapple lamia tn be opowil
up also, lliislucss condition:! on M.-ul
aro reported to ho very r.ivorable.
Durlng'tho mlildli nf the week Sur
veyor llurvey w;is nuilied to Kara I
for the purpose of lining up tho Itiml
in connection with the lease of the
Makco Sugar Company and also tho
plncnpi!o lands ut Knpnn. Ho will lay
out tho ditches and also locatn the
sites for tho reservoirs. It Is tho In
tention to rush the work through.
Surveyor Harvey lini Just finished a
survey of Iambi on Maul, lie Is llie
bent equipped man In tho Islands to
do this work.
I Testing- Mortars.
A nuinber of tents of tlm hs, mm
Inrs tit Halter)' Harlow, I'ort lltiRcr,
Imvo been lnndo durliiR the week, hut
they Imvo boon Biicccaafiil prliulpally
In ileinonstrnllnK that tlm castings
Unit form tlio fouiiilntlnns of the ruhs
are not of Eultlclpiit slrcii;(li o wlili
bIiiiiiI tho Jar Unit accompanies the
illscharec of the kiiiih tindejr tlio leg
ulntlon nmotmt of powder. Tlii llrst
nccldelit lo llio bed pleco was laid to
11 llnw In Hie cast lion tut the i.ueoint
one tins 11 clear break, and will puili
nbly rirult In 11 different method of
baaing llio guns.
Draining- Wet I. ami,
P. M. Pond has demonstrated that
tlio wet low land about llie cllv can
tie made dry and F.tnllnry. lib 1ms
drained 11 portion of the W'arklkl
Bwnnip mnl ll tins remained fairly dry.
The tract of land that he h.u liioug'U
Into usefulness with the 11 Id uf ti f.vo
nnd one-lnilf Inch pump It on the low
ers road and ho was onlv p couplo of
dnys doing It. This method will piob
iihly lie employed with various oilier
pieces of stvanii land In tl.c vicinity
of the city.
The prlco at which wncer Ims been
furnished to the shipping Unit tlalled
this port In the past, and l.iu prospect
of 11 cheaper rate for tho future, have
been the stibjectt under discussion by
the llnrbnr Couimlsslun during the
best part of the week. The Insinua
tion has been ntndo public that there
uro two pritntc corporations that aro
making preparations lo estalillsh wat
er works of their own for the purpose
of furnishing wnler lo harbor shlp
pln, nt 11 chnrgr ot nlitiut onc-lirth of
the charge that Is being made by the
Territory nt tho inexenl time.
Matters pnrtnluliiK to tlm proposed
pliicnpnlo cmincry for Kauai are go
Ing rigid ahead favorably. J. O. l.ut
ted, who Is liriituotlng tho scheme, bus
had another conference with the Gov
ernor In regal d lo making nrraiuo
incnta to accntnuiodatc tho houiesteuil
ers who wish to raise pineapple,
Lotted left for tho coast' on Tues
day for tlio purposo of Interesting
The Dominant "Six
The Greatest Piece of Machinery
that ever went upon the highways
t and the Most Luxurious Carriage
TASTEST GETAWAY EASIEST LARGE CAR TO DRIVE
Sixty .miles an hour III SU seconds The Packard "Hl" Touring ' t'ur,
from 11 standing start. with 11 ttheelhase ol 133 Inches, will
turn uroiind lu 11 street II feet wide.
At nil speeds ami rcgtudlcMi of road SMOOTHEST STARTING
conditions. AND. STOPPING
The -clutch always engages without
POWER WITHOUT NOISE Jerk. Tlio brakes provide the max-
The Packard "Hlx" motor makes tho liniiin safety with thu minimum er-
le.mt iiolr.c, whether running find or fort,
throttled down--yet Its power is
nmazlng: SAFEST INVESTMENT
Pilchard tars hate tho highest soc
Kl cyllnilcrs l!4-lncli lioj-e; r.',!- ond-liiiud mine.
Imh stroke Horsepower, by stand- The smoothcHt iiiiiiiIuk motor and
aid ..I.,...M. rating -18 Actual Horse- the easlent tiding ear, even !itjicciti
power under brake test "I f 1 (ill lo 70 miles an hour.
These things have been msde possible in the Packard "Six" by the cumulative experience of an un
rivaled organization which for more than a decade has devoted its entire efforts to the building of
motor cars exclusively of the highest typo, Packard "Six" cars, Including bodies, aro built entirely
In the Packard shops, which comprise 37 acres of floor space.
THERE ARE MORE THAN ONE THOUSAND 1012 PACKARD "SIX"
CARS ON THE ROAD
All Packard cars
S Packard ','SixV Phaeton
I VON HAMM
more capital lit the scheme. The elec
tion of tho cannery will coininenco
with Ills leliiin to the island:), ,
Ne.t year the Collego or Hawaii
plans lo establish n course In nugur
ctinr agriculture. It In President (111
inore's Intent Inn that the teaclien, for
this class shall ho men that have bad
tho actual cxperleiue In the Held uml
In the Inbornlory. In this way ll Is
thought Unit young men who are now
ne. the plantations gelling what llie)
ran In the way or bcUiiIHU sugar mak
ing will Imvo nn oplmrtuulty lo pur
ftct themselves lu their chosen call
According (o the records there Is
considerable lighthouse, work going on
nt the present time. On Kuual 11 new '
light has been established of the
beacon order. Al l'auwnlii Point, on
Maul 11 Hash acetylene has been In
stalled, and 11 new structure has been
built ul Kauholii Point on Hawaii. The,
next big work of this nature will Tie
the erection of the big concrete light
on Knunl. i
Tho lighthouse lender Is now en-'
gnged In placing buoys In tho channel I
that leach to Pearl Harbor.
(In .Mall llellerinenl.
One of the olllcluls of the local post
olllce Is now on his way to Washing
ton for llio purpose of holding a con
sultation with the PostiniiBtcr-Ucncrnl
In regal d (o the delay of the coast
mall some time ago when tho Siberia
refused lo wait nn extra minute for
tho mall (hat was on its way to the
ship. He will nlso lake up with the
postolllce department tho fact that
frequently one of the ocean liners will
leave before the scheduled time mid
cause people to miss a mail.
I, anal Pro.lirl.
A project Is on foot for tho agricul
tural development of the Island of Ul
na! mid as the llrst move In the mat
ter Charles Stanton will shortly leave
for the malnlan dfor the purpose of
enlisting outside capital In the enlor
prlse. The Island at the present lime
Is under the control of the Lantil Com
77-bctTb mvho .ozons ones
ASK THE MAN WHO OWNS ONE
are sold at tho published prices. A
Packard Service for every patron
ANY KIND OF A DEMONSTRATION ON ANY KIND OF A ROAD
32'Page Catalo3 Upon Request
Packard Motor Car Company, Detroit, Mich.
RlUbll ilM I7S0
I 'or eating, drinking nnd cooking
Pure, Delicious, Nutritious
a Z r'tr.
Itisl-ti red b. ti. Patent Office.
Breakfast Cocoa, l-'2 lb. tiiio
Maker's Chocolate (unsweet
ened), -2 lb. cakes
German's Sweet Chocolate,
1-4 lb. cakes
For Sile by Ltdlnc Groceri In Honolulu
Walter Baker & Co. Ltd.
DORCHESTER. MASS., U. S. A.
S3 HIGHEST AWARDS IN
EUROPE AND AMERICA
Itush the llarnick".
In addition to the work that Is go
ing on at Pearl Harbor word has been
received fiom Washington that the
proposed barracks for Scliolleld au
to hn hastened, to completion. In thl
work thero will bo Incorporated set
entecti sets of olllcers' quartern. There
will bo little delay In starling tin
(Continuod on Page 7)
square deal and
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