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i 4 LI A RINE Castle Coolce. , . Agents . BAI4KC? HAWAII "The -war news jnay be V ; garbled . up, . but bank books never are; if we've a credit balance there-. Is no cliancc of scare." fact's save a little weekly and jmt it safely by THIOK the' Future won't be dreaded, nor we froni war-clouds shy." ' ' Alexander n a. Baldwin Ltmlttd. ' Sugar Factors Commission Merchants and Insurance Agents ' . Ajenta for ; " Hiiilta Commercial ft Bexar ca - lltlku Scgar Company. I zlx Plantation.-., . Agricultural Company, ir:.v,-tlia Sugar Company. II: Luku Plantation Companj. I'crryde Sugar Co., Ltd. ' XZ&hu!ul Railroad Company. Usual Hallway Company. Hau&l Fruit & Land Co, Ltd. llonolua Ranch. P . ' llil -. I . . w . t . . i. V . D. Ciu: Co." Lir.rD. . " Central A;:r.t fcr 'HiWall: - At!xs Assurance Company of Lcrdsn, New York -Under writers' Agency; Providence Washinjton Insurance Co. Alh floor Stansetwald Dullcflnj. AfJenlsUanted HCMC INSURANCE CO. OF HAWAII Lti O'Neil Uldfi., 56 King St. con I crt SL , THE YOKOHAMA SPECIE , CANK, LIMITED. Ten. Cir'.tal an.bscrlbed.... 48.000,000 Capital rild p.....o0,0f0.000 Reserve fund ....... .18,90',0C0 IC AWOKI. Local Manage TUrewatd Ddlg 1C2. Merchant St CTCCK AND- COND BROK&AS I.Tcr.tcrs Honcfulu Stock and Bond Cxchantre ' i 1 CAT MARKET A GROCERY k i Jil o.tI-r.:;r: C. Q. YEE HOP. & CO. r; : . n.i.i:n givi:s you Finn II mm " AUTOMOBILE Eatabllahed In 1251. BISHOP & CO. BANKERS. Commercial and Travelers' Let ters of Credit Issued on tht ' 3nk of California and j . the ' London i Joint Y Stock Dank, Ltd, London Correspondents for tht Amert can Express Company and, Thoa. Cook A. Son. . Interest Allowed on Term and Savings Bank Deposits. :' BANK mONOUJ LIMITED f " - . . w Utxes K. N. A K. Letters 1 Credit and Trarelsrs C2ieck . available throughoit is e world. C. Brewer & Col i ; (Limited) ' SUGAR FACTORS, COM MIS. X8I0N MERCHANTS, SHIP,! PINO AND INSURANCE AGENTS, FORT 8T, HONoi lulu, t. h. ;;::. -: '"1 ' ',"";r 1 - .. ' : ''.-'-i';- List of Officers and Directors: E.' F. Bishop President G. H. . Robertson ....... ... . v . Vlce.Prctident and Manager ft J vers . . ... . . . . .... Secretary E. A. R. Rots........ Treasurer G.. R. Carter.. i..) 1 C. H. Cooke. ....) J. R. Gait ......). Directors R. A. Cooks ''V . A, Gartley ..U...) v;-i"',"'?:."V'' D. G, May ..... . . . . .Auditor For r Sale i " ' ' '. ' r'.. :. I160O2 bedroom house, artesian at, ' near Punahou School: lot 63x105. , ; A - ": ' -4. i . y P. E. H. GTR A.TJCH Waity mis. 74 8. KlBf SL FOR RENT I New 34 cd room pottage 270 Flvebcdroora bouse' . . . . . .. 30.00 eat cottage la town 2 'bcdrm3 22,00 " J. H. Schnac!:,1: ' . teal EsUte: : v - t-. Brewer Buildinr. Tlepbone 35231 . PURE AND FRESH Vr Milk, Cream and Butter. v . phone ; JCITY. DAIRY - V r ; .W'iniJini . CbilTcrs waa nr pointed as Fist ant corporation conn sol of New York at a salary of $S,C00 a year.: ' LIFE Ltd Honolulu Stock Exchange Wednesday. August 19. MCRCANTILE Bid Asked .200 Alexander & BaJdwin.Ltd. .... C. Brewer & Co. SUGAR. Ewa PlantaUon Co. .... 23 U 24 130 33 Haiku Sugar Co. Haw. Ag Co. ....... allw. C. &. Sugar Co..... :i90 Haw. Sugar Co. ..... Honok&a Sugar Co. Iioncmu Siig. Co. ...... Hutchinson Sug. Plan. Co, Kahuku Plan. Co. Kekaba Sugar. Co. 35 37 7 14 Koloa Sugar Co. . McBryde Sug. Co Ltd.. Oahu Sugar Co. . Olaa Sugar Co., Ltd Onomea Sugar Co. .. Paaubau Sugar Plan. Pacific Sugar Mill . Pala Plan. Co. . Pekeekeo Sugar Co. Pioneer Mill Co. .. Waialua Agrl. Co. . . Wailuku Sugar Co. IS Vt 4Vi 31Vj 17 19 32 Co. 18 130 23 90 123 10 - L 40 Waimanalo Sug. Co. .... ... . Vraimea Sugar Mill Co.. .... MISCELLANEOUS. Haiku P. & P. Co.. Pfd.. Haiku Ft&pkg. Co Com. Haw. Electric Co. ....... ..-' Hawaiian Irr. Co., Ltd.. .... Haw. Pineapple Co. .... 33 HIlo R. R. Co.. Pfd....- .... Hilo Ry. Co., Com. Vx Hono. B. & M. Co., Ltd.. 18 Hon. Gas : Co. Pfd. ...... 103 18 Hon. Gas Co. Cora ...... 105 Inter-Island S. Nav. Co... 127 Mutual Telephone Co. .. ' 19 Oahu Ry. & Land Co.., 128 ' Pahang Rubber Co. . . ... . . , . Tanjong Olok Rubber Co. 20 BONDS. Hamakua Ditch Co. 6s . . ...... . II. C. ft S. Co. 5s ........ .... Hawaiian Irr. Co. 6s.; ... Haw. Ter. 4s, Ref. 1905.. Haw. Ter. 5a, Pub. Imp.. .... ... Haw. Ter. Pub. Imp. 4s.. .... ... w Tcr A fa 8 . ' If &w Tcr 3 II Ho R.R.CO. 6s lssue'01 ..... 82 IIU6 R.R.CO. R.&E.Con 6s .... 70 Hcnbkaa Sug. Co. 6s... 63 80 Hon. Gas Co. Ltd 5s.... .... ... Hon. R. T. & L. Co., 6s.. 103 ... Kauai Ry. Co. 6s...... .... ... Kohala Ditch Co. 6s.... .... ... McBryde Sugar Co., 5s... .... '93 Mutual Tel. 6s ........ 101 ... Natomas Con. 6s . ... Oahu Ry. & Land Co. 5s' 100 , 101 Oahu Sugar Co. 6a....... .... ... Olaa Sugar Co. 6s ...... . 70 . 75 Pacific Guano & P. Co. 6s 101 ... Pacific Sugar Mill Co. 6s .... ... San Carlos Mill. Co. 6s 100 ; . . Waialua Agrl. Co.! 6s.. . 98 ... Sales: Between Boards 25, 25, 50 H. C" & S.-Co. 32: 65, 30, 35 Hono- kaa 7; 10, 8 H. B. & M. Co. 18; 15 85 H. B. &v M. Co. 18 : 45 O. TL & L. Co. 130; 23 Haw. Agrl. Co. 200; '75 20 Mut Tel. Co. 19; 40 Kahuku lnirom'theFaaiancls50,Chrohicle of za Haw. Bug. uo. 3&; 15 Oahu Sug. Co. 19: 12000. 32000. $1000 Olaa Sa 70; 31000 Hon. Gas 5s 99. 1; Session Sales 10 Ewa 24. . f V Latest Sugar quotation: 96 deg. test, .52 ctS., Or $130.40 per ton. Sugar 6rf f j V Crf j Beets 9s Henry Waterhouse Trust Co uiwi iiuudv; 1 1 uvi yjjf j Ltd. Members Honolulu Stock, and Bond Exchange r FORT AND MERCHANT STREETS Telephone 12C3 J. F. MORGAN CO., LTD. STOCK BROKERS Information Furnished and Loans Made. MERCHANT 8TREET STAR 6 LOG. .i - Phons 1572. SUGAR MILL REPAIRS KEEP HONOLULU IRON WflRKQ FAIRI Y RHQV l ii uiirvo mil li. I uuo i An innovauon in sugar mm rollers a , . . . ... . . . is that of making them of steel In- j stead of castiron as heretofore, andjd the most the onlooker can do is to the Honolulu . Iron Works Is making J make reservations in his acceptance of iwo ronera or me Kina wun tne nma-ithe Kenton groove for Ewa mill. . I A new three-roller miir is beineland avoid a lot of misapprehension If built by the same works for Honokaa. to replace the present one and enable I it to grind the Kukulhaele crop in ad- ditlon to that of Honokaa. it is to A triple effect evaporator for Ono- " .w.,v. I trtoo onMU. nntni.f . T W I has in hand. Theodore H. Davies & Co. are putting in 'improvements in a number of their mills. The works hate the usual amount of repairs in sugar factories for this time of year, there-being no apparent de- creaia tethls Imd of work . and in ti0Ji3 riij-appear more as perfectly the smaller Improvements. Only in thef,,-,! utaW than wilful 1111881116. uianer ui large miii Tcuusirucuon aoe3lmentS. - tne aepxes3icn mat nas-prevauea un til recently th?s year show- Its effect Herbert M. Johnson of Indianapolis was designated . by the United States io act independently of the American collector of customs to conserve the finances of San- Domingo : f FURN1SHZD COTTAGE. Furnisbed cottasa at 3 I.-M tous keeping rooms; all c ..vcr!;iices; electric lights: c-th. r -.r. ter; short list.ir v. r rr. r Moilerata. : Car- ; ' Vlaeytrs!. Tt!. : !rT T.-a- DAILY REMINDERS Hound the island In auto $5.00. Lewis Stables. Phone 214L drer tlament - Henry May & Co.. Ltd., rectlted by the H i Ionian rrom the North the fol lowing, in bulk: Smoked kippered her ring, kippered salmon and kippered black cod. Turn the little disc to 1-2-7-1. Early. A new belt fcr men at Wichman & Ca's. jewelers. Has no holes or tongue. Holds fast wnere you adjust it A great improvement over tho central sugar mill in the Philippines older style. Buckles cannot tarnish. t is going to have its capacity Increas See this new belt and youll buy It ed. Cane planters who stood aloof at Mothers will find that the prices on beys' ciotning at the Ideal Clothing Co. cn .Hotel street, opposite the Manhat atn restaurant are so low that school ciotning can be purchased without . making much of a depletion of the family finances.' I r lowers are Indispensable, you knew, if you are courting. And lotner Umes they are Very nice to take or send as tokens of friendly esteem er even or love, nut get the houauet from Mrs. E. M. Taylor, on Hote street opposite the Young Cafe. Let us thank Providence that war doesn't bother us here In fair Hawaii that we can spend a little less than we earn; that we can save that sumlus in the Bank of Hawaii; that we thus prepare wisely for the future and wil be prepared for whatever mav turn UP- -. 1 t A t A . . nan ec ufuneny are snowing beautiful articles In Parisian ivory There are toilet articles fn sets and single pieces, sets for traveling and automobile use and In dainty littlo cases for the handbag. Engraving cf monogram or Initial without additiona charge. To communicate with the other isfands and with people on ships at sea use the Mutual Wireless the only meana cf quick communication. Mes sages get there, and quickly. There Is a reasonable censorship, duetto tne war, out ordinary social and busi ness messages go through practically intact Can't get rid of that headache? Don't waste time by lying down, using cold packs or other treatments. Shac VillTdo .iti-dyertiseraentt F0LL0V10M K IN TIME The follqwThg, editorial, reproduced AUSUSl 1A ""JJariicurariy perunent at "e present lltfie: VltQ man came wars and with wars icime tne waf correspondent, reporter or courier, whb has: never yet come with. a statement perfectly satisfactory ht VPrsfnn nf -Hrtnrv nr ri.fo.i m,,,t always be unpleasant to some people. But bis inherent Inability to bring good news to both sides is the least of the weaknesses of the-war correspondent for the simple reason that it can never be cured. The. real evil, and one for which he may not be responsible, 13 the contradictory character of his mes- saSncai ever skusfv an the ir- tisans In an international engagement The best that correspondents can hope to accomplish is an impartial and accu- Irtte description which will appear as ?"ch i to Srcat'' n those .who, though neutral, are still deeply Inter ested. . : . .- ' But even" this hope has been denied by the censor. To give a truthful ver sion the' writer of a message must be at the front, yet the fact of being there is a guarantee that his message has been carefully revised before being sent abroad Under ordinary circumstances the discrepancies in reports from rival sides are readily understood, and. an effort is made to strike a balanjce be tween the -conflicting claims, but it sometimes happens, and , the present European war 18s a case in point, that n.g.in9ii. meBMa from nna rt tya nortla. fn tha strSr?I Ul LC. w w. Tn ntth -ractia nTia r.mn u &ht tn nf th hattlea iust as it nleases. stories submitted. it would greatly simplify matters readers would always bear in mina tne place of origin of each of the dis- Patches prtntea. . ims aoes not mean tnat they should -refuse to believe leverthmg they reaa, put tnat tney . , . . , - . K 8?"ia iw. aOlllty OI DiaS. WOr U'JBS H mwa uia. the truth lies exactly midway between two conflicting statements. That would reduce the art of the censor to going the limit of exaggeration on all occasions. . : ."Comracii sense, is Called fory and Commcn iense Is called for, and denials in' regard toLlegtv It is iwesI ble that both sides are, both right and wrong. If Germany has entered the town it Is, reasonable - for ber corres pondents to say that " she has taken Llese. ' Oh the other h?nd, II the Liege ci3 still hold the farts, It Is Just as rea sonable fcr them to. report toat they have held tlieir own agaitst: the Ger man attack. " .. '. . It is the bid story "of the black andf white shield." , V O'-'X'' ' : Q ' Jv CARD OF. THANKSi V Carl T. J. Kufferath and family; de sire to-express their heartfelt thanks in aprrpo'at.cn c :' tl.okind syrapathles cxt;: :,-.! I :; V ' uvmr friruls at t : or ' ' I'cro.ivc" r.?. i- n t- i ir wri i v I I M f A I A flllx tJj lUitUUlMUailLUU CENTRAL MILL Owing to the favor gained through the prosperity It brought to the arigi- nal contract planters, the San Carlos the Inception of the central are now tumbline over each, other to share in - .the benefits cf the factory. I WhUe the directors have not yet had a meeting on the subject It is under- stood that , individually ther are all the factory by 400 tons cf cane a day. atThis is so that they will be able to contract for mnra rsnn dellTerr from the Independent planters. The mill lng part of the plant can take care of a great deal more , cane than at present so that the additional capacity planned will be In the boiling house. It Is also Intended to lay more railway trackage to reach the fields of the canegrowers. Orders for the Improvements have not yet been placed, as the directors are awaiting advices from 1 Manager Bell. Planters growing cane for this central have made so much more mon ey than was ever done with the anti quated grinding machinery previously In vogue that their neighbors are re ported to be extremely anxious to get into the bargain with them. As the belling apparatus was Installed only with sufficiency for taking care of the crop of the original contractors it must be increased in capacity before ether planters are admitted to the benefits of the central. Had the facilities been equal to those now planned, the central would hate been able to turn out 2000 tons more sugar than lt has done this year. With naif of the San Carlos crop mar keted at 5 cents and the other half at 6 cents, there is felt to be every justification for enlarging the capacity of the central. Besides, the season was very dry, and with irrigation ditches now In operation the prospects of San Carlos are all the brighter. An Injunction prohibiting, George M. Johnston of the Kansas City Federal eague club, from playing ball In Penn sylvania was issued In Pittsburgh. He was renuired to file a bond of $3000 that he would not violate the order. NEW TODAY NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE. AND Notice is hereby given by Chang Tim that in accordance with the pow er of sale contained in a mortgage executed by Y. Haltsuka on the 9th day of October, 1913, to The von Hamm-Young Co, Ltd., and recorded n the office of the Registrar of Con veyances In Liber 394 on Pages 351 to 353, which said mortgage was as signed and transferred, by the said The von Hamm-Young Co., Ltd. to the said Chang Tim on the 11th day of July, 1914, he, the said Chang Tim, has elected to declare and . does hereby declare to be immediately due and payable the sums ecured by the said mortgage for the non-payment of one of the notes and of the Interest as pro vided In the said mortgage and has also elected to declare and does here by declare the conditions of the said mortgage broken for the non-payment of principal and interest and hereby gites this notice of intention to fore close and sale and notifies all persons that the. following described property will be exposed and offered for sale to the highest bidder at the place of business of the Hawaii Garage, Limit ed," on Pitman street, Hilo, Hawaii, at 2 o'clock "noon on Saturday, the 12th day of September, 1914: One 1910 model "30" Packard tour- ng car, No. 11526, together with its appurtenances. (Signed) CHANG TIM. Dated at Hilo. Hawaii, August 17, 5936-Aug. 19, 25, Sept 2. - ' - IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE First Judicial Circuit,; jTeniitory of Hawaii. At Chambers In Probate. In the matter of the estate of Nakaikai- na ( w), deceased. Notice to Credit ors. . ; '' Notice is hereby given that the last Will and Testament of Nakaikaina (w), late of the City and County of Icnolulu, Territory of Hawaii, deceas ed, has been admitted to probate by the above Court- and Letters Testa mentary granted to the undersigned, Arthur Irvine, the Executor named In the said Will. All creditors of the deceased or of her estate are hereby notified to present their claims, duly authenticated and with the proper vouchers, If any exist even though the said claims may be secured by mort gage upon real estate, to the said Ar thur Irvine, Walmanalo, Oahu, within six (8) months from the date hereof (which Is the date of, the first publi cation of this notice); otherwise such claims, if any, shall be forever barred. And all persons indebted to the said estate are hereby notified to-. make payment to the said Arthur Irvine at the above address. " : , Dated at Honolulu, T. Ri August 19, 914. - ' "'v.' .;'--v: :. . -:- ' ' ARTHUR; IRVINE," r;" ' -Executor; 5936-Aug. 19, 1 26,-6ept 2, 9, 16. - LOCAL NOTICE TO MARINERS. -Hawaiian Islands 'Maul Island. northeast shore, Pauwalu Point Light previcusly reported extinguished, was relighted August 16, 1914. '- By order of the. Comralsloner of LiKhtliOUSCS: r .-'v.vf,', :, -V . ,; A. E. ARLEDGE. I -:t.-r, 19th Lighthouse Dist. ; For Livestock of All Kinds. CLUB STABLES LIMITED. Agents . ' - ' Telephone 1100 MUSIC FOR MAXIXE, TANGO, U HESITATION, and other modern dances is best on Victor Records- These Records can be heard at the BERGSTROM MUSIC CO Ltd. ALL BOYS' SUITS REDUCED- ; A chan co to buy school clothing very cheaply. IDEAL CLOTHING CO- LTD. Hotel St- opp. Manhattan Rest. N IF YOU ARE COURTING Flowers are indispenslble, you . ' ; ; ' know. Mrs. E. M. Taylor, Florist, Hotel St., opp. Young Cafe PURE ICE CREAM RAWLEY'S Fort nr. Beretanla Phone 4225 Extra Large ; Chiffoniers lAILEVS FURNITURE STORE Alakea St, near King. 1 Dont Miss This Chance. CROWN BICYCLES ONLY $30. : HONOLULU CYCLERY CO. - ISO South King SL ; For ' the Latest 8tyls Hats for Ladies and Gentlemen : Corns and See Us,' . ' K. UYEDA 1028 Nuuanu SL UNION FORD STAND j Phone 4770 UNION ST, NEAR HOTEL V ;; SPECIAL SALE J Glass Linen and Pongee Waist Patterna YEE CHAN & CO. - -Cor. King and Bethel 8ts. ; M'CHESNEY COFFEE CO. COFFEE ROASTERS r Dealers In Old Kona Coffee MERCHANT ST. HONOLULU H. HACKFELD & CO. Limited. Sugar Factors, Importers, and . Commission Merchants. : HONOLULU. FOR ICE COLD DRINKS AND 14 ICE; CREAM, TRY THE HAWAIIAN DRUG CO. Hotel and Bethel StreeU ' ;" HIRE'S PINEAPPLE V DISTILLED WATER v CONSOLIDATED SODA' WA WATER ? WORKS CO, LTD. 601 Fort St Phoae 2171 ..V ; NO --- v:. -:r WATER-LOGGED MEAT We Sell Island Product Only Metropolftan Meat Market ; . . Phone 3445 Wrenches OF ALL KINDS Lewers & Cooke, Ltd. King St. Auto Stand LATEST CAS. PHONE 4700 Sam McMillan, Sam Peters - ;, Antone Rodrigues DO IT ELECTRICALLY Hawaiian Electric Co. Masonic Tenple UccMy Cdzzizr MONDAY . Leah! Chapter. O. E. a; Stat ed; 7:30 P. M. TUESDAY: Honolulu Chapter No. 1, R A. 51.; Stated, and 1. M. and M. E. Degree; 7:30 P. M. FRIDAY SATURDAY CHOFIELD LODGE THURSDAY. Schofleld Lodge. Schofield Barracks, Aug. 20, work In 2d degree. SATURDAY. Schofield Lodge, Schofleld Barracks. Aug. 22. work In 1st and 3d degrees. All visiting members of the order are cordially invited to at tend meetings of local lodges. HONOLULU LODGE NO. 1, MOD ERN ORDER OF PHOENIX. W11I meet at their . horn, romwr Beretanla and Fort street. nrf Thursday eveninj at 7:30 o'clock. - C C. LEITHEAD. Jjuler. PU. W, X.LO YDk , Secretary. 'i- 1 i in i i iimii HONOLULU LODGE,' 118, B. P. O. E. Honolulu Lodge Nov 816, B. P. O. Elks, meets In their hall, oa King St, near ForL ' every Friday evening. jA Visiting Brothers ar ' K cordially Invited to Attend. I ANDREWS. E.R. . .t DUNSHEE, Sea Wm. McKINLEY LODGE, No. 2. k. of P. , ,; .';;. -V Meetii verv lit and 2d Thru. - ' day etenlng at 7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, cor. Fort and Beretanla. Visiting brothers' cordially invited to attend. w. v. kolb, a a L. B. REEVE3. K. R. 8. BETHEL 8T. . AUTO STAND Phone 4004 CHEAP RATE8 PONGEE SUITS DRY-CLEANED FRENCH LAUNDRY Phone 1431 )'-. Miss Power has returned "HEYWOOD SHOES WEAR" And evear longer than you ex pect for $L50 and $5. i - UANUTACTURlRS snub vw. ;; Umited.., Silva's Toggery, , Limited, THE TORE FOR GOOD CLOTHES Elks Culldlna King Street Baslietry 600 Specimens HAWAII A 80UTH seas curio ca Young Building LUSCIOUS QUENCHING ZEM-2EM HONOLULU SODA WATER Co. Only 2 gears In mesh In ths simple F R IS B IE MOT O R 2 to 75 h.p. Ironclad guarantee. HONOLULU IRON WORKS Co MONUMENTS and all kinds of marble wort cleaned and repaired by expert workmen at reasonable prices. Call for Zimmerman at J. C AXTELL'8 , - Alakea Street HONOLULU -. CITY TAXI STAND PHONE 3432 - STAK-BI'LLETIX fUTTS YOU !!