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-GtB&tKQ BtTLLETtM. HONOLULU, T. H., SATURDAY. JAN. 1, 1910
. Tlio yqtir, ,069 holds the record ot
prosperous, years fpr tlio city of Hono-
'lulu mid the, Territory of Hawaii.- ft
. Never In, tn,e(.hlstory o( these Islands
,iaa a year closed with so muoti of
financial prosperity behlnd'lt and such
an assurance of progress In the future,
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, lu what aro Miown as tho boom
' days thoro was perhaps moro show of
apparent progress and development,
, At that time great plans were on f6ot,
tho business of tho place was expand'
,lng and money was coming In from the
.mainland to finance sugar plantations
promoted, and" to build the splendid
.business blocks that weraiput up. but
I tho Immediate rosult of all the devel
opment and Increased business was
.jicbt. The plantations were heavily Wni a irwtt & Co- through It nb
bonded, and the people- were more or ibrptlon by C. Brewer & (Jo
leas In debt to pay for their holdings, i i w . r'
, This year closes with tho greater
part of thoso debts paid off. Hawaii
lias changed from a oectlon of, the
,t country owing much to'otitsule finan
cial centers, to a commonwealth with
Its cbts paid off, and money to sparo
for Investment, nesides liquidating
P millions of Its bonded Indebtedness,
Hawaii has. bought back, from Ban
?of dollars' vJoth of ugr
stocks, and at figures that have given
iocks, ana at ngures tnai nave given
tho local holders a splendid profit ln,
,tho enhanced value of thelr'Securltlcs l " ". "(" no .,,-u w -sn. 't
ns well as exceptionally good dlvl-1 8lock trading during tho week Jiut
dctids. i closed has been Very' light' oii account
Tho' exact amount of tho pnrchabos'J Oic'vacatlon fpr the holidays. Quo
from mainland holders Is dlfflcult la totfuis, from, curMaloa- i arcs, ruilng
ostlmato, but It reaches millions, and a,)0.ut tho amo Jar can uo
tho dividends paid out on tho stocks WpM, A tho'amounf of bwlncsc 18
listed on tho Honolulu 8t6ck alid Bond nt larga.;.1 , i'.S,
Exchange will aicrago In tho vicinity I "'Vldchd annonncements during tho
of six hundred thousand dollars a N1 hl"? oen tho half per cent thr.t
month or something ll'to seven millions ,wl" be' paid inqntlily.xin Honokaa
of dollars for the year. S ' i-lng tlib lDlh of this month, nud
Liu the rumored piospcc of, n.i lr-
Whllo the debts hao been uald. dlv- R ' ,ho Hawaiian Oo-nncrclul
ldends come In and bond Issues called
In. there has not buou n lock of wllf-
IngneBs to back, largo enterprises and
return the money to local channefs for
further development. ' .
Ono of the notab'o flotations of the
year Is the eight hundred thousand
dollar bond Issuo for tho Hakalau ex
tension of tho Illlo nallnny. Th6'lm
provement of tho tclonhono system of
.tho city of Honolulu calls for so6)UatloBnd,Usanyubsdlaryl.cnlerr
..thing llko. quorler'of a'rallllon ,ioir prtbtsrlftTo Ijccij recordfdi' and the
4 . . 1 . J m i . ' linnAtv la nniv In tho nl pnt t9 4tA
ars or win oeioro 11.1s completed. Tlio ' "X'";"' '" ' !" "" " m
Vour hundred thousand dollar trans- nenl' a piKiluted-agents, Alexander ft
action Jn Aloxander.ft I3aldwln.(tock,Bala,v,n- w
jiieantthat an equal nmounVof -nioncy A rcPrt from Manager. Vall on con-
and "moro has gone Into development.! d"'0"8 prevailing at Olaa" plantation
enterprises, for f grlculturo and trans- 88 publlshedby the BulletiiUWs
portntlon. Allargo'smn of local money 1 wcc,t- 'Watt naturatborn conserv
IiaB also been Invested", to enable local' ntlva- nntl s"bls lettertispcaks ufdhi
, corporations to handlo tho great dredg- Improved and Improving physical con
.Ing contract of Pearl Harbor that is'rtulo,ls thn public can accept It.at one
. -well under way, and also tho construe-' hundred per cent valuo and a little
Hon of the Hllo breakwater. This will hotter. Olaa will begin grinding Its
, 'all come back In due tlmo wlttgood cr0D carF ncx week.' ,
Interest of course, but It nevertheless J
trequlros coin , to start, and courago on' Sugar quotations ha va. shown some
.tho part of local business men to niost remnrlub'o spccullarltlcs this
,tuckle government work that .has tho cck, On Tuosday tho desparity vhc
reputation in other-parts of tho couu- twetu tlio London boe'ta price and the
try ot being not always profitable
Monoy has como.Inlo thoJslands on
account; of the' high range of pi-Ices for
Asugnr and It has been' freely Invested,
Tho banks will close tho year 1909
wlth larger. surpluses than have' ever
lieen recorded. ' 'Tho denosltB havn In-
created not only In tho total amount
deposited but what Is moro to tho
point, there are moro doposltors, moro
fleueral irosporty 1b also cvldepccd
.In tho rocords of tho Registrar of Con-
'.VCianccs. Tho nronortlon of ilnmlu u
j.lnrgcr and tho number of forecloatuo.i
Is smaller than for many years. M010
.bonus have been nalil for and mum
resldenccs for what Is sometimes
called the mlddlo class, are built aiM
il Aslda from the prosperity robiiltlns
from tho good price of sugar, tho sta-
blllty ot the sugar and pineapple In-
idustrles In consequence of favorable
r.tnrllf legislation, the activities or tho
. fKedtral Government have been powV'r-
fill factors ot good times for 1 tho work-
, ing men, ,K 4 , , ""
1.; Hcnoticld Barrack3 huo been citct-
tied during tho year, furnishing employ"-
nient for all tho skilled workhibii that
1 Hm city had, for a tlmo. The, worn Jh I . Cqplpus jaliS hve.fnllen during thi
tlio fortifications at Diamond' .Head, week throughout (bo' Islands and every
Pc.11 1 Harbor, and Waiklkl havo all plantation has water and to spare so
:, called Into action tho working mcntof far as known. Tho Wahlawa dam rca
t.tbo city at good wages, besides a'ddl'ng ef voir is filling rapidly and a good sup
nto tho number of desirable 'cltlzeni , ply. of gravity water Is assured for
,, brought hero from tho mainland. Fort
, Sliafler haa been enlarged and tho nnQ
4a not yet. And In this connoctlpf ilia
(fpermnnont barracks At Lcllehim -xlll
rcqnho f till moro skilled workmen
duilig tho coming jear. J
5j 1 The ear has bocn marked by labor
roubles, tho most serious thu Isl iniU
tluio pier known. Tho Btrlko of Jap
llinobo labt Hiimiuor cost 1 tho plunt,
tlons upwards of a jtnllltuii dollarn u;nt
,tio Japanuso laborers another uillllut
jju wageo, but theffgetrvu Honolulu
iliib to prodiue a greater prosptfrilj
panning the working peoplo and the
.Morthants UioijIliatronUedj The d.ttn
(jirhcn two thousand men of Honojulu
were receiving $1.50 per day for w'ork
onoho Eiigar plantations 10ro tho niojt
ina i ill
prosperous. t:.e city has known Iri( (
most ten year. T:iclo may have, eri
jis much money in' circulation during
jgoo when so many block were bain:;
built, but certainly lio more.
All thls'prospedty has had Hh kc5
tisitts In (Other lines than the furoly
' business proposition's. Men of wealth
Invo'cohtrlu'ntod liberally to all gwl
works, Thojjcw'chlldron's hospftul Is
ono product; tho fund raised forulbt)
rew Y. M. C. A, building Is another.
Tho churches and tho missions an 1 the
schools and oery good enterprise has
What will bo slated as the moit Im
portant transaction of the year Is tlio
passing of tho commission house of
Tho principal centcrof Bustalnd In
terest has been the stock mark I nud
tlici 'Stock Exchange record published
by the B u 1 1 e 1 1 n on Friday, th'on'a
the courtesy of Secretary Afpjis.
speaks for Itself. The total bupintW
dono on the Exchange for the y$ar.
1908 reached $2 80o.233.83. The rccYird
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r(.ifar.)fromawentv ccnli . ihurp tp
tvrrt-n. This has -.ot lii-li con
fl'-nud but It secnii probablo.
Important-' evenla in tlio n.Tnlre
l!.ii and McBrydo have- rfenrrcd.
Olaa's new' bond Issue of two mij
lloi.a and a half) was aut.'inuod ul (1
r citing of tho 1 holdcvt ibl wreW.
Mortgago transfers for the various
.Properties of tho McBrydo sugar plan'-
iNew York centrifugals was $12.70 per
Hon, tho largest on record for many
years.'" niwBuga'r"drbi)ed aS'Iow'as
3.99 but on Friday.rqvlved-to 4 02 with
beets apparently strong at 12s. id.
There nrq tiarrio '"who 'prt;Hctl that ccn-
trlfugals will fall an low ta 3 88 In Feb-
ruary when the Cuban grinding sea-
ron Is at iti height, biil with the' beet
sugar cnip of Kuropo falling .wlth.such
regularity to conic, up to the estimate,
thin teems Impiobablo unless thcro
are to bo some new. records made In
tho despailty. - u- ' '
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', Labor cojultlon aro rciiorted very
Rood In most every section. Filipino
laborers Uro arriving In good num-
'bors, and thero aro mdro to 'follow1.
Thceq Deoplotnro working very well.
Tho feamo'ls to hi sitd Of lho Russiahs,
I anrt'lheneftlyiarrived Portugueso. Va
rlous rumors ha gone abroad retard-
Ins the' lniiort9tl(m 6f Porto"1 rtfciins.
until finally' the Labor, Bureau gavo
out an official statement on Friday to
the effcct.that; tho retatlYf'a'of tha'.bel-
tcr crabs' ofPorto 'itlcana now hero
may, be brought Io tho Ulapd,! (f they;
iwlt-h (o conio.' Hut nogenernl' cam-
pulgn lor labor in Porto Rico Is antic
IfateiL ," I , (1
Walalua plantation, where recent re-
ports also"ehow a good percentage of
j sucrose In the cane Julco,
The weather that started out rather
dubiously for somo v cctlons haa swung
urofiiid to us nearly perfect for all
plantutlons'aa could boileslrad. -"M
Mercantile houses aro iy wfh
stock taking a.fl'or thn 'LeBt holfday
eoason thoyliaVe 'known, , 1 '1 ' '
The new year wH mark tho passing
of tlie-well known grocery esiabllBhi
mentf LewU'ft Co. Dalef''& C,o.',
Tho.piirrhabod this htislncv hasio
elded to rlouoj it out. and tho slock
will bu abtorbed by the largo nifcrJ
chandlfo department of-the'blg com
mission house. ,
Heal cstnto ha bficn rntlior Inactive
i i iiUi'i.i
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I too KaiauKi l.umi company nas uono
a good buftlnosnand exiccji to do oven
better (When ill becomes settled 111 Its
nowt quirVefs on t'ht cornbr of -KIiik
k' Araong ine.nawjiraeis 10 no pui on
uo mnrirct I) mat, including some
twenty-live acres bordering on the
Wnlatao road', recently taken over by
the Hawaiian nealty Corjinauy 'from
the Palolo I-and n'nd Improvement Co.
Messrs. Dondcro.and Klrkpatrlck will
soon' begin to 'push theso lots, tho
property now btlncdn tho hands of
tho Improvers, who aro building streets
and clearing tho few surface rocks.
Transportation still remains ?t tho
(ore. The San Francisco i:i.mlnor io-
contly published a report that tho l'a-
clflc Mall has two passenger stcrnc
mat it contemplates putting Into tho
trade between theso Islands and tho
mall land. Tlio local ngcig navo 1.01
' Officers of tho Mcrcliniith' Associa
tion in n personnl cajiiniij- nivrcp'irt
cd to have been cnnuimim-ilia mm
bcrs of tho Terrltoml Benate to fo-
cure their signature to n petition for
tlio suspension of the coast wise ship
ping laws. t
' TJie Amer!cirr-!laalan Gon.ipany Is
freight shipped from San rrsnclsco mered n the House of W
vi. i, Dm,.. -r -.. .. . .-rJtlven on Oocemher 14th. "l'earl llnr-
via tho Sound. Tlio old rate of S3.50
froni Son Kranclpco to this port -and
from the Soitud to this port still (pre
vails. The I2.S0 rate Is practically tho
sailing vessel rate and Agent Morso
specifically states thai It is not Intend
ed as a cuf.
Aitlclcn of Incorporation for tlio
Anterlcin Hawaiian Publishing Com-p.ny.-Ltd,
were filed this week with
UieUTreasurer. This corporation. Cai
Itnllrrd at MO 000, Ii formed to piiblfsh
n new telegraphic codo created by Mr.
Arabrrwo Wlrtx. 'It is'ono of the finest
codes In cxlstcnco and Its use will no
doubt soon become world wide. Much
of tho publication work will bo dono
In this city. '
All corporations of tho Territory are
rccchlng lho forms' for the now cor
poration tax passed by the special ces
sion of Congress. Thcso must be filled
out-and It will bo dlfflruH for any cor
porations to otadu this tax of two per
Dispatches from 8ani Francisco an
nounce that the promoters of, the great
Panama Pnclflc,KxpoaUloh hope to
havo representation from Hawaii ort
tho Qcncral and Wnj nud Means Com-
u r ; 'n t
Lloyd .Chlldn, the (Working manager
or the Hawaiian exhibit fit Seattle, ar
rived li the city Recently: Mr. Chll'ds
did, cxocUcnt w)rk for tho Territory
and he believes that thu exhibit did
great things for tho islands. After
looking around a little, it IsjprnbaClo
Mr. Childs will return to Seattle and
tho Coast to assist In forwarding some
of tho excursions that aro being talked'
ot to tbo Islands thlq winter,
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All poultry raisers are getting their
birds In condition for tho annual poul
try thow that will be held from Janu
ary 12 15. It Is exected that this wll
be tho best exhibit joti 0 ,
Territorial finances nru reported In
good shape, Treasurer Coilkllllg fnds
Hint 'the running expenses of tho gov
ernment (have been reduced exactly
$77,526 65 for tho Ave months period
ending with Novombor 30. Under tho
depositary bill $549,772.37 of Territor
ial funds Is on .deposit In tio local
ft? lit. ft 'V J' it
Things wero dull nt thn nnllm sin.
Hon this morning and no cases woro
heard on account of It being li public
holiday. Howoier. on Mnmtnv mnni.
lngfudgq Andrado.wlll huie a fine
party of drunks to nttend to. No less
than nlno boozeem nro nt present in
tho lockup, uiiih-a mixed bunch they
Three IlnwallntiB, ono Jew, ono
Swede, ono Scotchman, ono Portu
guese, ono Spanlaid and an Austral
ian aro Included In thq bunch,
' Nakamlka, a Japanese, Is held for
Investigation with, reference to thq
stabling of his wife, fibo Is alleged to.
havo Injured herself but tho Sheriff Is
not too certain of tho facts, .i
Tho Bishop Museum wlllbo open
-todav llnlll 4 nVlnnW . .
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for wHoormo couch, croup,
ASTHMA, COUGHS, BRONCHITIS, SORE
- THkOATt CATAR4W, BtrHTHBWA
wmjf vnvini a.Tnwtanii vniip turn
txln bm QtiiWMt ! ktwL It fjcti dincltr
ll -to dincllr
in, la IM
foMldt I IMtflM Am MM ikraal uul Mm IK
nutH. it H bow ta raluu boa AiUiim
CcmUm Ii wwnful femicide. dia Ud
& ewtlwiaUvpipiMW'M HMlWlHiat
;oUm'fU'lirimmmtkm Jrilu Jtmtt
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'"I'earf llnrnor Vs tlio, plvof'of "tlio,
1 toi- ''," "li"gJ',i:
wjirhl.-; ,wa?l onpvvof,,e hlatc.nonU
made bsi,OonEttesmau Richmond C,
Hbb&on of Mdrrtnina fame In a stieech
bor Is tho greatest or them all' was
another of Hobion's ncscrtlons ami ho
proceeded In tho following language to
tell why Pearl Harbor Is vital to tho
dqmlnajlon of tho Pacific by tho
unitca piatcs. ,
"but It Is not only In tho Atlantic
that Territorial -differences may en
danger our pcaciful iclatlous with
other1 nations. llittUa Pacific ocean,
not by cholco but in tho result of a
driving dcstln) Ameiicj now controls
tho most valuibln mil vital (Territory
In all that ocean tlm great 'harbors
about that ocean upon which tlcpend
the control of that ocean in Its In flu
enco upon the destinies of the world, rights of sovereignty In that Terrl.toiy,
Take tho, coast of tho Northern Pad- to operate Its Institutions ttnniolentc I
flc, tho two harbors In tho Aleutian within Unit Territory. Since tho pro
Islands, -Dutch' Harbor and Great Kta- mitigation of U14 Monroo iloctrlno no
" ar olinl. Then In tho eastern Ta-
nlMci nf Al.mkii n,t eontrol I hi ureal
harbors andMn Ifio couthern Pacific, American Ooernnient within Its Tcr
tho one: In Samoa Is our, tho I'lilllp- rliory. When citizens of European na
plno Islands arc ours; In the center of tlons hnvo lieen molested byAmcrl-
tho Pacific. thero Is only 0110 harbor;
priceless In 'value and It Is ours. Take
tho Hawaiian Islands as n center and
strike a radius within n dlstanco of
2,000 mlle'(thc dlstanco from wlilch
water can bo controlled from n iwnl
bas(r) and In all that clrch of 4 000
miles In, the great Pacific- Ocean ithoro
is only one great harbor Poarl liar-
bor. It 1b wondorful harbor.rlhvo
eecn most ot tho great harbors or the
world, but Ip my Judgment Pearl liar- manded us not to exercise some or lho
bor Isl tbo greatest or htmaJLjjTho.tlBhts or sovereignty In our own Tcr
nation that controls Poarr Harbor per. rliory, as far as that nation and Its
mnuently mi a great naval'baso wlll'bV 'citizens aro concerned.
In a position to control 4000 miles of, "Tho members, of this Ifonso nro
ocean; and the race mark Iheeo'words
tho raco that permanently'. controls'
pearl Harbor ns a gieat naal baso Is scnoois, nao tnc ngnt, unucr tho con
not only going to dominate the Pad- stltutlon, the reserved rights of the
flc Ocoiu. but1' la going to dominate states, to oxcrciso complete control
the wo: Id. Pearl Harbor' Is tho pivot and, (regulation of the schools. Thej
of.tbc woild! It is the niost vital' s'nort woro forbidden to do so In their own
to control In tho territory of mankind',
and net to It In Importance! nro thoso
other hat bora about tliat' great oceim
that Iiolou-? to us und that aro to bu
tho1 cwiniluulo liases Irom which to
1 ontrvl the whole; or llct gicut ocean. Hobwin contlnmd his cti lit
C-n We Ha''lt? Brcot length, ussertlug that tho Pre
"Now (lien nlicu you havo vnliubV Bl,lt"1 1la,, ,0,, ll,u California Kglsln-
cstuto it Is euro to precliltulo litigation turc that tho Fcdcrul aovcrhiueilt
If u nation has valuable outlying terrl- m uot frcilcct them If they per-
tory, It must look to'lts tcuure.'- If Its um ln tneIr -ourB( and even told
tenure -Is weak -and lnsuHolent, this ' to cease-dlscnsslng the Japanese
fact Is Biire topreclpltato trouble, with f"0"1 nuestton. ThlsHobson empha-
fn-oi.... ... uti... 1- . Ilea ly declared was an assault mum
of Ponrl Harbor..- AVeliave been ordlu -
amy maintaining mcro n garrison or
200 men. The total whllo population
of thoso Islands' Is about 7 00U but
there aro u hundred thousand citizen
of another iwcp 15 alien AsiaUm to
one citizen ot our own country In tiU
PrlcelesMhlH pivotal possession' ot our
natlon. 'Clearly, wo huve iio.tenuro of
l,no Hawaiian IslundBunlcss wo can
ico,,tro1 ih wa,tcr around thoso lnlaiiiML
c" """ w? can ,a,u Americans thorn
wnuuuvur ine occasioji ucinanils. O.l
the contrary (bday a foreign power
controls .thq 'waU-r nroijmi th.oso Uli
unds, and not ono additlonal.Americun
could put foot Inttiu Hawaiian Islands,
without tho consent or this rorilgu
Iiowcr. The strategic spot or territory
In tho entire world lies out there In
mldoccan without any security for Its
pormanpnt possession 'bV thor United
Stated fts' lawful owner. And noxt
to It In this lack of security aro thoso
Important; harbors all aroun'd life
ocean-inrompieto lortincllona, Inadc.uo met.
auatq garrison. Even If the forllffca. Thcso milk nulla mmin fmm ww,i
lions were completed they could glvopulp, can, or course, lio used only1
4 us nOigcnuIno tonuro, because wo bnvo
iui army largo onouga to prevent qth -
sr nations from cipturliK; our coast
fortifications. A small army coull
.i,- iinreu Mifiiiicaiions ifom tno rear,
There Is'suhstantlnlly no ttinuru nossl
hie for thoso great harbors unless wo
could control the wntcr and keep ror.
clgn armies from foachlng tlero. To-
day a foreign nation that has tho sol- ed water-proof, by 'being sterilized
dlors and the transportation uvallublo In u furnace hcutcd up to H00 de
controls thoso waters, because our m-Jgrees Fahrenheit. Kvory pah has ii
vol establishment Is Inadequate ror
their protection. In olher words, uurjhfc aulclily adjusted, mid when fix
tnadeqiiato control or this Yuluubnncd, JCfroctuullywialH Jbo. mUk. rrom
Ti-rrltory Is putting in operation ono any outside liifiuonco.
of-lbd greateBt caused or war. iw '
action ,we uro thus placing a touipta
'(Ion n the path of u nation tlibt has
i. . ... ... -
just, emerged from feudalism, that Is
Unshed wllh victory from two foiclgn
Arm for Peace,
"My countrymen clearly the Just anil
peaceful tcttlcraont of differences that
Are the ART GOODS sHown in the
ARTS AND CRAFTS SHOP,
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(.'V1 -A ' 1
(tv iU 1 tinliVnV I
may arlfe on
torj In the fi
out ofitho qucatlotl oflTerrl-
nclflciOceJii demands that
estnb'llsh III thd 1'aclno at
lejst -nd cqnlllbrliini 1 1 armed power
with liny nation of Aula. Therefore,
tho questions of territory likely to
cnuso war demand that wo should pos
sess, at the simo time, an equilibrium
of puner In the Pacific iMth any Asia-1
tic nation nml In the Atlantic with
an) nation of Europe.
"But continued possession of the na-
Zuy XXry Mil'
upon iwerclgn rights Is nlmost. If not'
cquill', rirf common a cause of nar ni
Invasion of the nitlonal domain It- J
1 "A man mill!) not only hate life but,
but ho mutt have liberty. A nation)
must nbt only iwssess Its Territory
but It must bo frco to cxerclso nil the
nation of Kuropo has dared to menace
the exercise of soerelan rlchts hi aur
cans, questions hao arisen' between
the nations concerned, bnt not ouco
has a Eilroiean nation called upon us
to "suspend tho operation of our Instl
tutlons. But that Is not true as re-
-gnrds Asiatic nations It Is not news
to tho members who Jiear mo when' I
point out that no hae boon forbidden I
to -pass an exclusion act with regard
te a foreign nation In Asia; that Is.T
an Asiatic power has practically com-
welt aw aro that tho people of each
state in ilia union who pay for tho
dumnln nsrespcctB Japanese, wJiat'
Japan now docs In her own Territory j
regirdlng Americans. Forbidden by'
whom? Uy the' Japanese Govern-
J'!1.0 eonatltnllonal rights Vilocal self
"--" . ..-. kkkkx.
"mlcr ,no Constitution and that Fed-
''ral Government hnd fulled signally
f " u"qu amy oi.proitcting too
B'a,0 ''' ht,S fu" an1 unlnlerruptod
cscrciso ot sovereign rights.
PAPER PAILS FOR MILK.
Fur J'.nrp Iindoit's milk, supply
lmH been blamed iv inedlrnl moil
und health nfllccrs ror n great deal
or the Infant mortality.
Now tho dairy companies aro to
deliver milk at tho doors, of houses
In paper palls or pitchers, which are
tald to he absolutely proof aa(nst
germa and water,
, Tho paper palls aro being -made
lit n new furlory at the rata or GO,-
000 dully, but thov will rcnulre to
tLo turned out at the rate of Ronio
mllllona dally If tho demand Is tol
onco, sayn Whs,t to Eut. But they
1 will bo cheaper than metal palls,
pitchers, ror glass liottlos, ror ono
reason, becnuso all labor of cleaning
auti stejillzlng will bo saved.
The pall Is a simple contrivance.)
twelve tlmcB lighter than tho ordin
ary milk can. Is strongly made, and
is finished off. after helne remlr.
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BALANCE SHEET AS AT
.$ 01,737 It
lUuililsjthliick und Intent-
K:.i,a .1 '. r.ni3s.l7
1 .ij,.- .i.eoiintH nml oe.--
Heal cstato and bank fur
Other assets 344,003.17
,ii.,i. n,mi, at. 1903.
T Bottomley, do solemnly scar that tlio foregoing balanco
sheet represents a true and correct statement of the affairs of the Banking
H of Bishop and Company as at December 31. 1909. ,0 the hest.o my
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Siibhcrlbcd and sworn to beforo mc this 31st day or Dercmber, lt09.
. . r. -. . , J. HARRIS MACKENZIE.
Notary Public, KlrBt Judiciary Circuit, T, 11.
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Bishop Trust Company, Ltd.
STATEMENT OF CONDITION, DECEMBER 3,1, ,1909.
Cash on hand and In Bnnk.$ 72,330 28
Loans secured by mortgages
on Roil Estato ,-:,
Loans Demand and Tlmo. 44 1 78.30
Furniture und Fixtures .... 9,439.16
Real Estate offlco building
Accrued Interest receivable 1,000.31
Assets other than , thoo
specified above 3 900 07
City and County of Honolulu,
I, Jas. L. Cockburn, Treasurer nf tho Bishop Trtut Compnn), Limited, do
.ijolemnly swear that the uboe statement Is truo (9 tho bert of my knowlcdsc
and belief. - "
1 (Signed) JAMES L. COCKBURN,
Subscribed and sworn to beforo 'me
Henry Waterhoue trust Company, Ltd.
STATEMENT OF COrfjITlQN, DECEMBER 31, UO.
Cash on hand and In bank.. $105 500.76
Bonds .".. 7,-.,no00
Real estate 25,266 33
Stocks and other Inicst
Mortgages r;cured by real
Loaup, demand and timet
Furniture and fixtures ..
Accrucu inuresi, rcconumo
Territory of Hawaii,''
City and County nt Honolulu.
I. A. N.iCamnbcll. Trcusurcr of
do solcmnfy swear, that tho above statement Is true. to lho hest of my kuowl-.
edge and belief.
Subscribed and sworn to beforo
a ui f ft
Easy,', Way Tq
It Is the vasleBt thing In tlio world
I to rid the kbuse of, rats, mice, cock
roaches, ,watrbugs, etc., jy using the
old rellablo Stearns'
Klectrlc Rat and
Roach Paste, which haB been on lho
maritot ror thirty ycafg.
U Is ready mixed for uso and as It
Is In pinto, forn, thcro Ibjio powder to
oiow array aniitgei iiivo, ipoiu
Sco that oiory iwikago benrH the
slguatbru bf'J. J, Kearney, an.l then
you will got tho genuine; the only
guaranteed extcrmluator. the only one
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r: -f rz!riz r 11 i T f vr v" 'l '
ESTABLISHED MMu vr'T. DOTTOMLEV
DECEMBER 31. 19C9.
tCajiitnl, and surplus ,...
. 4 7CI03
Duo binks nndjianucrs
AI.I.EN W. T. nOTTOMLEY.
Subscribed. ..$100 000.00
liability ... 35.030.co
Trilst and agency
r-i .: 'Atiir, i'i 1 l. l'i ,
this 31st day of December", 1909.
J. HARRIS MACKK.VZIeA
Notary Public. First Judicial Circuit.
Subscribed $200 000
50$ paid In .... , y
Undlilded profits .
Trust nnd." agjncy
lhdllinry W.iterhouso Triifct Co,
A. N, CAMPBELI.
nie'thU 31st day of December, 1909.
rjinary i-uunc, rjrsi juoiciai L,ircuiux
Rid ijliet house of..
Rats, Mjce, etc
where your drugsls lll refund )our
qioney It lt,doea no; do tbo work. ,
APPl i Stearns' Electrlo Paste at
night, ln sinks' pantries, etc , and la
tho morning you can sweep up a pan
ful ot dead cockroaches, '-f
use It where there are rats and
mice, "and after eating It. they will rum ,
out, of. dor t.o dle f4't
l All' rename' druggists sell HleaTU, , '
l Ilcctrlc Paatoj 2 o. box 25c, Sjd.
box $1.00, or sent 'express prepaid. ''
Stearns' Electric Panto Co., Chlcflaioj' t
l i.,l i.iiiii i mmmtBasaem, pa. .j.i u-m-gg-wrqw ' ;
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