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THE GARDKN ISLAND TUESDAY
', JANUARY 7.
i a mi
evkrythinp in this
Silver and Gold Line,
Rich Cut Glass and
Merchandise of the
Best Quality Only.
P. O. Box 342 Honolulu
THE BANK OF HAWAII,
Lihue, Kauai, Hawaii
Deposits are received subject
to check. Certificates of de
posit issued payable on de
mand. Loans nirftle on ap
Drafts Drawn on
San Francisco Berlin
New York Hong Kong
London t Yokohama
Interest paid on Savings De
posits. 4co per cent on ordi
nary and 4 per cent on Term
Deposits. Ordinary Savings
Deposits will be received up to
J52,500 in any one account.
Safe DErosrr Boxes for.
Rent $2 Xnd S3 a Year
I F. E. DAVIS & CO.
HONQLULU, T. H.
Nuuanu and Mehciiaxt Streets
Blacksmith supplies, Wag
gons, Buggies, Harness, jjgi
The Commercial W:
DICK OLIVER; Manager
Bishop & Co.
. Established 1859J
Honolulu, ' Hilo, Waiuba
Transacts a General Bakning
. and Exchange Business
Commercial and Travelers'
Letters' of Credit issued avail-
able'in all principal cities of
. $ J
Interest allowed at the rate
of 4 ,p'r cent' per annum
on Savings Bank deposit!.
'. Interest-paid on Time De
posits at the following ratts:
. ' Months'per cent
A ( peraMliin.
1 -Months "4 percent
. . ',3W annum.
All Husiness entrusted by
customers on "other islands
receives careful and prompt
wife, the trade, fcthc&best 'Hun's
j HOTEL WApA !
I" , WxiMEA, KAVj 1
t .. & j
i S I
Cor. Fort St Her. Sts., Honolulu
Rooms by the day, week
or month single er in
REASONABLE RATES f
OPEN DAY and NIGHT
Kauai trade solicited
MRS. C. A. BLAISDELL,
Wholesale and Retail Groceries.
Dry Goods of all Descriptions.
Real Estate and Insurance
NO. 125131 MERCHANT ST.
P. O. Box No. 594 Honolulu
p. o. box 441 ph. 2434
WHEN IN NEED OP
Paper Bags, Twines,
PAPER & SUPPLY CO., LTD.
Fort and Queen Streets
GEO. G. GUILD, Vice-Prei & Mgr
j CALIFORNIA FEED CO. J
Hay, Grain and Chicken
Sole Agents for I
Inteiiationtil .Stock, Poultry Food
and other specialties. Arabic for I
coltniK iron Koolri. IVtaluina In- I
cubator and Brooders and scratch- I
on. u J
King's Special Quick Food I
P. O. Box 452,
Kawaihau Auto Co.
omforlable Cars. t
' Reasonable Rates.
Service at all hours,
The favoriteiS. S. SIERRA, 10.
000 tons displacement, sails from
Honolulu Jan. 11.
First-class sincle ..tfo San Fran
cisco, $65; round trip, Si 10.
G. Brewer & Co. Ltd.
. F. i
National Banks Have
Pointing out that this has been
the most prosperous year in the
history of the banks of this
country, the annual report of the
comeptroller of the currency, just
made public, shows the assets of
25,195 banks, the condition of
which has been tabulated, to be
$25,000,000,000 or an increase of
81,255,000,000 over last year. The
capital of these institutions
a m o tt n t s approximately t o
$2,010,000,000, a n increase o f
There are 7397 national banks
in actual operation, representing
paid in capital of $1,046,580. The
total ot deposits in all bonks, the
report states, is $6,496,192,207.60.
Receivers were appointed for
eight national banks during the
year ending Oct. 31, 1912, the
aggregate capital being $1,100,000.
Exports from the United States
during the first 10 months of the
year aggregated $1,870,000,000,
and the imports, $1,511,000,000,
resulting in a favorable balance of
Sees Negroes End
In Year 4132
Basing his arguments upon a
careful analysis of the federal
censu figures, Prof. William
Eenjamen Smith, Professor of
Philosoply at Tulane University,
Louisiana, says the negro race "in
the United States is destined to be
come extinct in 220 years. "The
last of the race will be a negress,
and she will die in the south," he
Prof. Smith has achieved
national distinction as a student of
the American negro by his book,
The color line. ' Reports show,"
he says, 'that among the whites of
this state the males are gaining in
proportion over females in birth a
positive indication o f virulency
and increasing stamina of the
' But the same reports show also
that among the negroes, the females
are gaining in number. Reports
from other states confirm this re
trogression. If the race were in
ascendancy, the male births woald
at least retain an equal proportion.
There can be no other conclusion
than that old law of the survival
of the fittest is coming into its
With the death of the' last
negroes, we will say, about 2132,
A. D., there will be no more of the
race left in the United States."
Brazil If Coffee King
In the world's production of
coffee, Brazil holds the pre
eminent place, according to a re
port just issued by the Depart
ment of Agrtculfure. in 1800 the
exports from Brazil amounted to
1720 pounds. They have steadily
increased until in 1909 they weic
more than two and a quarter bil
lion pounds. The area in Brazil
suitable for coffee cultivation
covers about 1,150,000 square
miles, or an area larger than the
states of Indiana, Ohio, Illinois,
Iowa. Kansas, Missouri, Michigan,
Wisconsin, New York, Pennsyl
vania, Oaklahoma, Texas a n d
California," but the aiea under cul
tivation is small compared with
that which could be cultivated,
but a little over two million acres
being in coffee, in 1905. About
three-fourth's of the world's out
put is grown in Brazil, and the
state of Sao Paulo alone, produces
one-half of the world's supply,.
How Times Have Changed
. Miss Mary Donnelly, thevNew
York suffragist, said at a suffrage
"I was'walking the other week
in Long Island The sky was blue
The crystal a i r was pure and
frosty. The' trqes were painted
with autumnal colors gold and
pink and raw red. How beautif,ul
it was! .
"I n a meadow a half dozen
young wonien were practicing
putting. They looked very smart
in their trim golf suits, their skjrts
of rough homespun and their scar
let jackets. As watched tljetrf an
old fanner'and one of his farm
hands appToHcriedi . ,
hand, 'them girls in the modeler
is scann our cows,
'The old farmer shook his head
" 'Ah, Timothy,' he said, with
profound trutli, 'times is changed
.since I was young In them days
the cows scared the gals."
THE BRUNSWICK BALKE CB
Tiled Oak Exterior, 7-16 Opal Glass Interior,,
Best in Values That Have Ever Been
Offered the Consumer.
BO WLING ALLE'ts
. t .
Supplies of All kinds.
Make our Store Your HEADQUARTERS
- while in Honolulu.
HAWAIIAN ISI,ANDS--Maili I s-
1 a n d Northeast shore Pauwnlu
Point Light, reported extinguish
ed, will be relighted as soon as
C. & G. S. Charts "H16, 4100.
Light List, Pacific Qoast 1912,
p, 9o, No. 561a.
Buoy List, etc., 19th. District,
1911, p. 9.
By order of the Commissioner of
, A. R. ART.KDGE.
Inspector, 19th. Lighthouse Dis
trict. Locai, Noticb To Mariners.
Hawaiian Islands Oahu Is
land South side -Honolulu Har
bor Channel Light No. 5 a fixed
white lens-lantern light supported
on a pile, has been carried away.
Until such time as it is replaced a
2nd. class can buoy will be
substituted in its stead from which
a white hand lantern will be ex
C. &G. S. Charts 4116,4109,
List of Buoys, etc., 19th District,
1911, p. 12.
Light List, Pacific Coast, p. 92,
By Order of the Commissioner
" A. E. Armidge,
Inspector, 1 9 1 h , Lighthouse
M" IVf Ms of
as f. o. 1). Nawiliwili, Ka
.4'HP Battery S)cciiil $170.00
'f 4 HP Magneto SjK'cial $1U3.00
fj 1-2.IIP Four Fifty
? o Magneto
: 8 HP Tin Cyclinder $200.00
St Li. AUllUMi Al
r. U. UOX 02 Llliue. KiUHU,
Light, white, always right
Sperry Flour. tf.
Established over 60 years
71 Queen St., Honolulu
"The Store for Good Clothes"
Mrs. S. K. Kaulili, wife of Ko-
loas minister of the Hawaiian con
gregational church returned Fri-
d a y from a visit to Honolulu
Dr. Waterhouse of Koloa was a
caller a t The Garden Island
Clem Akina, theMakaweli base
ball star, returned from Honolulu
XJL o a smirt Area er tfuied by a
"STAR SHIRT" M
Miss Carlotta Stewart, principal
of the Auahola school returned
from htr holiday vacation in Ho
nolulu on Wednesday.
Mrs. C. Wolters and child ar
rived on the Kiuau Wednesday
and are guests of Lihue friends
Miss Alspaugh a teacher in the
Kapaa school has been transferred
to the Makaweli school.