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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1!)21
WEEKLY LETTER OF THE
Plating Makes Old
Things New Again
Silver which In1. become dull and tarnished
can be restored to ils original beauty by silver plating.
Hardware about the homo will profit by plating. Nick
el plating of an t o m o b i 1 n p a r t s hub
caps, reflectors, bumpers, Instruments, will make the car
look far better.
Our plating plant Is equipped to turn out any
kind of plating finish d-'sncd, in a short time and at
Lewers & Cooke, Ltd.
Await you at Child's
New, modern, high class restaurant, cen
trally located. Cool t;n 1 comfortable.
Intelligent, courteous seivi e. European
plan. Operated in connection with the
Blaise! ell Hotel
J.F. CHILD, Proprietor. .
Make Your Own
Light and Power
Hero is tho complete Kohtar
Automatic Power and Light
outfit. Noto tho simplicity of
Its construction, its clean-cut
appearance, its sturdy build
note, above . a,ll, the entire ab
sence of the usual bank of
largo glass battory cells. There
are but three simple units in
the Kohler system: its efficient
four-cylinder, water-cooled ,mo
tor; its dependable generator
connected directly to the motor,
and a small automobile-type
battery for starting the motor.
The Hurd-Pohlman Co., Ltd.,
Dealers in General Merchandise
American Factors Paints
AmFac Red Label Coffee
Yale Locks & Hardware
VX -: '.f&
E. 0. HALL & SON M.
TERRITORY OF HAWAII
Git our litest prices
The Arms Conference-Business.
If the conference closes as auspic
iously as it has opened the result
ant effects upon the business of the
world are inestimable. The creation
of confidence among the nations
should open tho way for a larger
credit, especially to nations debtor
to the United States resulting in a
revival of trade, stimulating business
in general and Improvement in busi
ness in general means improvement
in each particular business. The les
sening of the burden of taxation, the
possibility of a real open door to
trade with China these and other
possible effects lead us to feel that
some of our foremost business men
are correct in stating that we are
on the threshhold of the greatest era
of prosperity and advancement in the
Other Events of Moment.
The signing of the peace proclama
tion with Germany on Monday by
President Harding. ,
The signing of the bill this week
by President Harding extending the
emergency tariff until ' a permanent
tariff bill is passed.
The failure of the railroad strike
and the lowering of wages and
The further fall in money rates in
the great financial centers and the
improvement in foreign exchange.
The sincerity expressed of Mr. Wal
ter Dillingham that Washington will
eventually help as regards our labor
The deflation in the cost of many
manufactured commodities and the
rise in price of many raw materials
such as cotton, copper, rubber, etc.
The probable reduction of the fed
eral sur-tax to a maximum of 50 per
The estimated decrease in the
world's production of sugar for 1921-
22 of 935,050 tons over 1920-21,
Copper production in the United
States of 40 million pounds against
consumption of 140 million pounds
The Local Money Market.
Although money is still exceeding'
ly tight with no immediate prospect
of any radical change, it is notice'
able that more is available for loan
purposes than for some time past,
Current interest rates 7-8 per cent.
There has been a heavy buying
movement for the past two weeks
although actual sales have been light
on account of the small number ' of
shares offering. San Francisco has
until today been steadily buying,
which has of course helped boost
our local market. Offerings were more
freely mude today and interest seem'
ed to be lacking as some issues vere
offered from the coast for the first
time since the advance began.
Ewa dropped to 21 after sales at
21 1-4, H. C. S. is selling at 32, Ha
waiian Sugar has changed hands at
25 1-2. A few shares of Honokaa sold
today at 3.00; this being the first
sule in several months. Kekaha
dropped to 180 at which figure it still
in demand. Several hundred shares
of McBryde sold yesterday at 7 1-2
declining today to 7 1-4; Oahu is firm
ut 2 1-2, Olaa at 5 1-2, Onomea 31
1-2, Pioneer sold as high as 18 3-4 sag
ging today to 18, Waialua has drop'
ped from 19 to 18 1-4. Hawaiian Elec
trie is selling at 29 1-2. Hawaiian
Pineapple is in demand at 64. Mutu
al Telephone is Btill in demand at
Sales were made in San Francis'
co today at $8. Last week this stock
was changing hands at 8 3-8, drop'
ping back a few days ago to 7 1-4
It was denied at the company's of
fice in San Francisco that any new
word had been received concerning
the case now before the secretary
of the interior. It is very generally
felt however that they will receive
their patents before the end of the
Rubber has recently advanced from
10 to 18c in New York. It is felt
that the rubber market is due for
another advance. Stocks in the vari
ous rubber companies listed on the
Honolulu exchange are still inactive.
Holders of such securities do not
seem interested in disposing of their
holdings at the present time.
The bond market is very active
and strong. Utilities, industrials, rails
and foreign governments have ad
vanced 1 to 5 points.
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cosU you nothing!
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I.-. V : TIKES
TX7HEN you want highest qual
V V ity auto supplies, our store is
where you can find them.
Take, for instance, Vacuum Cup
Tires. Guaranteed per warranty
tag for 6, 000 miles, they are bought
wherever tire buyers have proved for
themselves the economy of investing
in known tire value.
IN the matter of safety, the
Vacuum Cup Tread is guaran
teed not to skid on wet, slippery
pavemcntc it is not just a raised
tread that claims to be non-skid.
That'3 worth remembering.
The price of Vacuum Cup Tires is
no higher than you would have to
pay for inferior tires.
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C. B. HOFGAARD & CO., Ltd., Agents, WAIMEA
The Main Point
"Miss Tiddles, will you marry me?
I would gladly die for you," offered
ihe wealthy but aged suitor.
"How soon?" queried that practic
al 20th century maid. Berkeley Ga
A Way to Stop Him
Contrib. "You sit down on every
joke I write."
Ed. "Well, I wouldn't if there was
a point to them." The Christian Ad
Tip Top TheatrE
G fpiimmounl Qwlure
WALLACE REID in "TOO MUCH SPEED" is coming soon