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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, JUNE 21, 1921
What's In a Name?
Sometimes nothing, often everything. It all
depends on the name and what it stands for.
We want our name to mean more and
more to our customers that's the reason
we recommend such products as Good
Everybody knows these tires are good.
More people ride on Goodyears than
on any other kind.
Goodyear Clincher Tires in sizes 30x3,
30x3 1 -2 and 3 1 x4 embody all the ad
vantages in material and workmanship
which have made Goodyears the most
widely used tires in the world.
Saturday Evening Post
$2.00 per year
Ladies Home Journal
$1.50 per year
K.. C. Hopper News Agency
IN FIVE YEARS
Tho Ulshop Trust Company's lottor
of Juno 17th says:
"Tho dumping of Porto Itlcan sug
ars on tho market has caused raws
to drop to 4c. and refined to 5.75,
these being the lowest quotations In
ovor flvo years.
"Cuba's condition remains unchan
ged. Her sugar Is still being put In
storage, awaiting higher prices.
'Should quotations remain through
out tho year at these low levels, it
Is expected tho production of beet
sugar for 1922 will be a great deal
less than for tho current year. Cuba's
production should also bo cut down
considerably, as thoir financial situa
tion will not warrant tho harvesting
of two successive crops at such a
"From tho latost available figures
tho estimated output for Cuba this
year is about 3,900,000 tons.
Local Stock Market
"Quotations on local stocks have
been dropping very fast for tho past
week and from all appearances thoy
are due to go still lower. Offerings
are very plentiful all along tho line
and as soon as one sale lsmado, if
only of five shares, the market Imme
diately drops from one-fourth to one-
"Ewa is soiling at 221, H. C. & S..
is offering at 37. Hawaiian Sugar
has sold as lqw as 20. McBryJe
has sagged this week from 9 to
7 with but few shares changing
hands. Olaa is down to 4 bid, be
ing firmly held this afternoon at 5.
Pioneer is offering at 16 as it is
expected that the monthly dividend
of 10c. will be cut uot entirely. San
Carlos is selling freely at 12 and
Walalua is in the market at 20.
"Ungels Copper has dropped in
sympathy with the rest of the market
to 62 bid, 65 asked. American Fac
tols is changing hands at 170.
'We ase just in receipt of the fol
lowing cable from the Engels Copper
Company. 'E warrants extended until
further notice notify stockholders.
The operating statement for tse
nionti of April has also been received
with a letter setting forth facts
which we believe should bo very in
teresting to local stockholiors.
"Their power rates have recently
been further reruced 9 per cent, mak
ing their monthly bills around $8000
to $90000, compared with $16,000 to
$17,000 two years ago.
es has been secured, which will save
"A further reduction in county tax-
the Company from $6,000 to $7,000
"Labor conditions are getting much
easier especially since the other
mines have shut down and it Is be
Heved a further redsctlon can be
mado in tho near future.
"The operating loss for the month
of April was only $1,089.89 making a
total loss for the first four months
of this year of $22,361.15
"Our local market Is still being
swamped with various issues of Lib
erty Bonds, consequently most of tho
offerings are considerably below
"According to reports, Germany
has actually paid to the Reparations
Commission tho 1,000,000,000 gold
marks duo May 31st. This is one of
the most important financial events
sinco tho end of the war.
"After tho above news was mado
public, 'Moody's Investment Service'
made the following comment:
"In duo tlmo, probably less than a
year from now, a reconstruction boom
should be under way In pretty near
ly all Southern Europe, Great Dri
tain. United States, Canada and
some South American Countries."
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Mrs. norace w. rage.
Mrs. Horace W Pago, formerly of
KUauea, died at her homo in Seattlo
Washington, on June 13, according
to news received by friends in Llhuo
last week. Her husband, who was
formerly in charge of welfare work at
Kilauea and later physical director
at McKlnley High School, Honolulu
died in that city on April 27th from
throat trouble. Mrs. Page left Hon
olulu on May 21st. She was born
in Seattle and was about 28 years old.
Reduced Prices In
We are pleased to announce that on
account of the recent reduction in the cost
of materials and supplies, we are able to
make new automobile tops at a materially
reduced price than has heretofore been
Call and See Us About a
LIHUE HARNESS SHOP
Back of Garden Island Office
Fresh Vegtables at
WATER MELONS TOMATOES SWEET POTATOES
STRING BEANS CARROTS TURNIPS CELERY
GREEN CORN CUCUMBERS CHINESE CABBAGE
COME TO TLTE FARM AND CHOOSE YOUR OWN
VEGETABLES FRESH PROM THE GARDEN
GOOD MEALS IN HONOLULU
A wait you at Child's
New, modem, high class restaurant, cen
trally located. Cool and comfortable.
Intelligent, courteous service. European
plan. Operated in connection with the
J.F. CHILD, Proprietor. ,
We will furnish music at all parts of the
Island for Dances and Dinners.
The Club is composed of 8 pieces as follows :
Violin, Mandolin, Flute, Violin Base, Guitars
and Ukuleles. Latest Music.
PRICES VERY REASONABLE
For an' engagement see
Mr. C. F. Andrade
or'Mr. Joe F. Rapozo
at Lihue Store
Change of June Schedule
S. S. "CLAUDINE"
Tho S. S. "CLAUDINE" will sail from Honolulu June
(ith and June 127th instead of June 7th and June 28th for Port
Allen, and Waimea, omitting Nawiliwili on the outward trip,
but returning as usual on her first trip, sailing from Waimea
at 11 P. M. and from Nawiliwili P. M. on Friday, June 10th, and
on her last trip, sailing from Waimea at '.I P. M. and from Na-
wiliwili P. M. on Thursday, June HOth, arriving at Houolulu on 4
nine Jim ami tiuiy ist respectively.
The above vessel will receive freight for Niiliau and Maka
weli on Monday, June (ith and June 27th. These are the only
dates on which freight will be received for Makaweli.
1NTEIM SLAND STEAM NAV. CO., LTD.
Honolulu, T. 11. June 1, 11)21.
June 7, U, 21.