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EVENINa lUTMJtTlrT. HONOLULU, T. H., SATURDAY, JAN. 15, 1010.
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WHITE PEARL BUTTONS Plain and fancy, assorted
sizes, seconds: special, 2 l;2c. a card.
MOIRE RIBBONS S 1-2 inches wide; 50c. Ribbons,
35c. a yard.
"'TURKISH BATH TOWELS $2.75 Towels, $2.15 a
LINEN SHEETING Extra quality, 00 inches wide;
$1.00 quality, $1.06 a yard.
IMPORTED PIN-DOTTED SWISS White with black
pin dots; 50c. quality, 37 1 -2c. a yard.
SQUARE NET VEILS Navy Blue and Brown; $2.25
Veils, $1.35 each.
TAFFETA CLOTH Champatjne and Orcy, double
width; 75c. quality, 55c. ayard.
SACHS' DRY GOODS CO.
Corner Fojt and Beretania Streets Opposite Fire Station
IN BUSINESS CIRCLES
Sugar stocks hold public attention. i more than a billion gallons. Home
New building plaint, appropriations by people lire already talking of this
Congress, nothing In fact Is able to plnntntlon us a second Walalun where
distract tlie public from the sugar Die solving of the water piobjcui will
stock market. I put It into spltudlri shape Slnily care-
Hut this Ik not surprising. This ful Investors mo buying It to put
Territory, on the heels of one of the nwuy and wnlt the natural rustilt o(
best years It has ever experienced. Is prevent developments
apparently on the verge of another) Ohm that lns" been sagging olt
better one. A year Rood In the lcld the lust few weeks recovered the
of sugar mid unparalleled In the price (latter part of the wcol. lit C. This
of sugar for the whole season, Kor. Block Is likely to aihanie in plans
this reason Blocks arc going up when mature for the financing of its float
It was expected they would sag, nnd
speculators And thVit they must buy
now, If they would make n iiulck
turn. Investors are taking up what Is
offeied at the ruling prices knowing
full well that tho day of six percent
money Is not far distant.
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Use Ansco Films and Cyko Paper
STATEMENT OF RESOURCES AND LIABILITIES,
DECEMBER 31, 1909.
The price of sugar has swung
nroimil into u level that Is saner than
It has been for sometime, or to put
It more properly, during tho last (wo
days of the week there has been n , plantation with
tendency to wipe mjt tho remarkable,
desrarlty between the quotations of
London nnd New York." On Friday
the prlco of centrifugals bad advanc
ed to 1.17 nnd beet sugar had drop
ped back to, Ills purity 4.70. This Is
undoubtedly due to the shipment of
centrifugals from Cubit to Ihu Lou
don inurkel. And this will produce
a ipvcllug of prices, but by1 no means
a reduction In the price of ceutrifu
gals. As u matter of fact, sugars
fiom Hawaii going onto the market
at this lliiio will realize live dollars
ii ton more than wns expected for this
seal on of the j ear. It Is now tho
middle of .Inuuaiy when the Cub.in
grinding season Is well uidcr way;
It readies its height the middle of
Juniriry. Conieiiuently If prices are
to drop they must do so In u hurry
and this they will not do unless some
linexi ccte.l disaster occurs.
Ing Indebtedness nnd (diverting It
into bonds. Tills plantation Is in
better physical condition than at
nny time In its hlstor), nnd will
probably take Its crop off at less cost
than ever before.
A large amount oflradlug lias been
done In Hutchinson, Mr I'ollitz dur
ing the week having definitely placed
tho agency of the property with
llrcwer & Co. Should thcro ha any
serious lull; of consolldiitlug this
tural, the price will go skyward
llonds uro very iiiuili In demand.
Katinl Unllwnjs are belling readily
at 98, nnd good sized blocks of illlo
Hallway, Ohm 0s and Hawaiian Ir
rigation bonds have been lepinled
on tho stock sheet. Klght thousand
dollars' worth of Rapid Transit
bonds sold lit 1UI. Jills bond Is very
little seen In the market these d.ijs.
The stock market that started out
voiy firm nnd rather dull ut tho be
ginning of the week has lout none of
11.4 firmness, but thu activity has in
creased. Tho standard stocks nru In
demand with higher pi Ires constantly
4-"ffcicd, but stock Is bard to get. it
Is only when someone wauls to
rhnngn Ills security Hint any conies
on the market. I?va that sold thu
n,u it ,li n.n.ilr n, 11 W r n lur.-t.l '
bands on the U.MAI K.ldny forenoon j Abraham Lewis Jr.. was this week
at 33.C2li. Oalm has sold at 31V4 lelcc,ua Mce-I'ri.idc.it nnd usslstunl
and offers of .".4Vi on Friday failed to "", " '" " i.-""" "', """""
Heal estate has begun to stir
somewhat ufter the lull Immediately
following up the new ear. The
Hawaiian Realty Company Is adver
tising extensively Its lots on the
W'nlnlao road, nud is Ilndlni; good
sale for them. As thu demand for
rents Increases it Is expected that
some of the uipltallals will branch
out in tjm construction of houses to
Residents of Pacific Heights are
petitioning the Hoanl of Supervis
ors to Improve the roads In their
section, und tlu-y me doing what
very few have done In this city
offering to pay for u share of the
construction. Some day not far dis
tant tills city will adopt the plan
operative In tlie larger maintain!
cities of UBscssliiK'the sttect Improve
ments ngnlnst the property.
On baud 1918.35
In bank 112.3C9.42 "
III bank as trustee 23 5G3.4S
In agents' bunds. 13.541.C9
Slocks tn other corporations 25,095.00
Heal estate 48 001,82
Ionns demand nnd time.. 84,383,20
Interest receivable 2 105,20
Ofllce furniture nud fixtures .1 173.0."
Accounts duo us at Inteiest 2,451,81
(lem-rnl needfuls duo in .. 2,159.87
Assets other than those
specified above 2,040.20
Capital fully pllil ill $100,000.00
Trust und nsency accounts 1C0.228.7C
Ulldlslded profits , 93,S90.54
we know have ft way
of nrguiiiB with them
selves nhout the ityle
of suit they are going
to wear for fall and
winter. We have a
model called the Sea
bright, and i one of
the younger genera
tion of clothes which
simply is irresistible.
Everything about the
Seabright is of such a
decisive nature, and it
illustrates so nicely
what remarkable pro
Clothes'' are. The Sea
bright is a throc-but- ,
ton sack suit which
has been in great dc
rnand in New York for
some time, and we pre
dict a flattering recep
tion for it here. While
are built by the very
best tailors and the
styles are the latest,
they are moderately
bring nny out.
Hawaiian Commercial Is very
strong at 38, one sale having been
made nt 38M. There Is n mystery
nhout Hawaiian Commercial. Manager
iialdwln refuses to predict anything
better than a tlfiv-llvo t'loeii'iiil ti.n
crop for this year. Yet the enthu
siasts chum that they will see ueaier
sixty thousand than fifty-five. If they
uro right nnd Frank Iialdwln is al
ways conservative Hawaiian Com
mercial Is duo for greater udvunces.
Walulua Is hack to 124 ami not
much offered. Knthuslasts are busy
with this stock us well. They claim
that with the ninplo water now on
band nnd the mill showing u good rec
ord or sucrose content, nothing cun 'a Interpieted by the County Tre.is
stop this plantation from going on the "rei as applicable to printing estnb-
Thls means that lie. will leavo the
law firm of Smith & Lewis the llrsl
of Match. Ills place In that firm
will be taken by C. H. Heinenway,
who huB tendered his resignation
as Attorney-General to thu llou-r
nor. Mr. Lewis ling long been one
of the attorneys for the Hunk of
Hawaii so that the transfer from
the law firm tn the bank Is not
biicIi a radlcut change as many have
Ed Towso of the Mercantile Print
ing Company went through the dis
comfort of beliig arrested nud haled
befoie the pollco court In order to
test the metclinndlse license law that
Toriitory of Hawaii, Island of Oalm ss.
1,'John H. Unit, Tiejsmer of the Hawaiian Tiust .Compnnv. Limited, do
solemnly Bwear that the ubovu statement Is truu to the bpst of my knowl
edge nud belief. ' "JOHN H. HALT.
Subscribed and sworn tn before, inu this Sth day of January, A. I). 1910.
Notary I'libllc. rirtt Judicial Clicult,
Territory of Hawaii.
Bishop & Company : Bankers
8. M. DAMON.
A. W. T. BOTTOMLEY
BALAN.CE SHEET AS AT DECEMBER 31, 1909.
Duo from banks and bank
ers ....7-. 30 LOCO 41
llonds, slocks und Intent
incuts CG 1,958,47
Uiuiis.-dlacoiiuls und over-
.drifts ,'JlM.". 3.1C8.5S3.47
Ileal' estatU und bank fur-
- nltiire .J.'J 8938090
Other iihsels i 344.053.17
Capital (mil surplus S 89(1 279.07
Dim banki) und biukcrs .. 4,701,05
Deposits ...'. 4,171,733.00
one percent a month divided basis
When It does, the stock will ndvnneo
ten dollars n shave. Pioneer has suc
ceeded In getting back to 200 but now
Hint the price is offered none of the
stock can he had. Largo sales of Pa
auhnu have been made at 2S.37V& thy
Mock going to 29 thu latter purl of
the week. Shares In this plantation
and also in Hawaiian Commercial have
been bought on the Coast. The local
mniket Is practically cleaned up.
Of the cheap stocks McDrjile has
taken precedence over Oluu for the.
tluio being. Large blocks of Mcllrydo
have sold at C.50 advancing to G.75.
Thin stock bus strengthened on the
news of the steady Increase of tho
water supply of tho property. II, 1
iialdwln and J. I. Cooko returned
hist Sunday from n trip to tho plan
tation where they ordered thu Imme
diate btnrl on reservoir work that
will give tb-j plantation an Increuse
In water supply of mora than 250,
000.000 gallons and a total supply ot
llshniunts. It l the first time on i ce
il rd ,that this has been done In Ha
waii whore printing establishments
have been generally considered us
mnnufuMurlug establishments mid
no more subject to n merchandise
license than u sugar mill, that tin us
out n muiketnblo product.
Members of the Wholesale Liquor
Dealers' Association endeavored to
secure the, nppruval of the Hoard of
Commissioners for the appointment
of nn liispottor who shall test thu
purity of the liquor sold by tho local
drum shops. They proposed that
they pay the expenses of this In
spector, wlio should bo a chemist of
good reput. The Commission lefuscd
tho offer on the gioiind that Him in
spector might not bo free from bias
if ho wore paid by the liquor men.
Honolulu, December 31, 1909.
I, Allen V. T. Hottninley, do solo ninly Bwear tha,t the foregoing balance
sheet rcpicseuts u turn and coriccl s( utenient of tho affairs of the HanUm;
Houso if Illshop and Company us at December 31, 19Q9, to tho best of my
knowledge und belief,
ALLEN W. T. 110TTO.MLDV.
Subscribed and sworn to before m o this 31st day of December, 1909,
J, HAIUU8 MACKENZIE.
Notury I' ubllc, First Judiciary Circuit, T. 11.
Weekly Bulletin, $1 Year
A Good Investment
Thu Templor Hunch Oil Co. with
COO ncrca oil land, flowing oil wells
nnd all Its reservoirs filled with
hlt'li-grailo oil In tho Templor dis
trict, Kern Co., Cnl,, will soon com
plete lis threo-mllu gravity delivery
This Oil Company Is at presont
like u plantation with tous and tons
of sugar on hand, ready to be shipped
on tho Incoming steamer, r
An ablo management, almost n
Equare mile ot proven oil land, cheap
transportation of oil, high prices
with steadily Increasing demand for
ell, will make this company nn early
dividend payor, and for that reason
the stock of this Templor Hunch oil
Co. Is iccommendcd us a GOOD IN
VHSTMKNT by tho Lincoln Mort
gage & Loan Co. of San Francisco.
Capitalization is $1,000,000, di
vided Into bharcs of $1.00 each. 1
have a small block ot them for bale lug and 'will hold good till the next
at .10c while they lust. Secure them bullous ncclduiit
NOW. I -
I U. U. BTllAWCH. I Bulletin Business Office Phone 258.
74 s. King st. Bulletin Editprial Room Phone 185-
One of tho deplorable Incidents ot
the week was tho arrest on the
charge of embezzlement of former
Tux Assessor Holt, The alleged theft
was dlscovoied when men brought to
court under suits for taxes dlsplajcil
iccelpts for tuxes for tho period they
were supposed to be delinquent.
Governor Fieur has named Willis
T. Pope us the Supoilutcndeiit of
Public Instruct Ion. Mr. I'opo made
n personal record In manual tutu
ing, und If ho does as iuch in the
depiiitment fur the development of
practical woik In tho schools he will
accomplish something that will meet
a ory general demand among thu
business men of tho Territory.
Serious Injuiy almost dpsultlng In
the deutli of A. II. Smith through his
being run ovei by in automobile has
stirred tho uiithoiltles to net Ion. AS
n lesult, several of the leading busi
ness men of tho city were hi ought
bofoie the police ourt on Tilday
mid mulcted of $25 mid costs, All
hut three pleaded guilty, It is pie
sumed that this l-i done us u wain-
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Save 1-3 on this month's grocery bill.
LEWIS & CO.'S STOCK
. Now being sold by
THEO. H. DAVIES & CO., LTD.
"The Finest Bathinc on the Beach."
Meals At All Hours.
WINES, LIQUORS. AND CIQAHS,
W. 0. BEH0IN. Proprietor.
The Science of Dyeing Clothe
is understood by the F. Thomas Dyeing;' Works of San Francisco, whosa
agent in this Territory is the FRENCH LAUNDRY. i
J. ABADIE, Prop. ,Xa. ,.!. A, . . 233 BCIlErAWA GT,