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BIX IIOXOLULU. STAR-BULLETIN. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 2S; 1017; BY, AUTHORITY. V 7 The men word lc Cream calls to your; mind something that it very good but something that you don't get often because you think it it a luxury. ; am Is a luxury to your taste but it is cheap when you consider Ha "rich toed properties." ( , HONOLULU 4 DAIRYMEN'S. ASSOCIATION Are Many cons You should buy at least two t suits at this sale. i . . . .- j t- r... Prices : pn everj'thinj? , are oirig-up and up still, riot even before the xrar could yea buy such high grade clothC3 at the prices we india" - you in this sale. Our entire stock is on sale for a short time only, and now is the time to take ad-, vantage"; of these money saving bargains. You can take any- two ' sizes you want. Dcn!t wait! - Act NO.V while bur stock; is' complete. '. ."-.'''V.': C15.cd'Cdts!'.2 for $22.50 - Ycu Cave $7.50 C17.50 Cuit3:.2 fcr'C27.50' .'-Ycu Cave C7.50 C23.0D Cuit3. .2fcr C30:00 I! . Ycu Cave S10.C3 " V - J kw ibi yvxiVV . ;.Ycu Cave $12.50 CZj.O ruit3..2 fcr $35.00 Ycu Cave $15.00 , CI7.50 Cuits.;.2 fcr $37.50 , Ycu Cave $17.50 ;:1CD "Suits.. 2 for $40.00 . . Ycu Cave $20.03 CCj.CD Cults. . 2 fcr $15.00 V Ycu Cave $25.00 V , THIS SALE IS FOR , CS.1I ONLY . IIo Alterations, Ho Deliv ; erics, No Exchange. i uCDZL Clothiers Pert Street Cpsn from 8 a,m. to 6 p.m. CUurdiys till 8 at nisrht - r 1 : ' o o ) : - i i ; . A We announce another personally conducted excursion by : MR. L. W. DE : Leave Honolulu Saturday, March 31, at 3 P. M.;J .s Return Honolulu Tuesday, 'April 3, at 7 A. HL '' EARLY RESERVATIONS ADVISABLE V;:;V nter-kland Steam Navigation Co., Ltd. SOCIEIY PEOPLE DIRECT STEAMER AIKIG IS MUCH SOUGHT That the posslbilitr of war with Cer - many 1 iiilnj nuny leading Sn Kranel.co .1 BuYllnaame society peo - pt t cai.cei tnetr booking- for the Men vorat-e of the new Matsan rias- shin. Maul, due to leave San Francisco tiJ t j nn h- rirt unAi..i.. la ftatm ty the Han Francisco Exam - i- v j " - . f ' UdMtr lAia t autiat W naA.. a -vaults planned to sail on April 4 for Honolulu ' 1 1 i-e ,c.njied iheir- reservations or: are considering--tne advisability of so lolnr on account of the unstable stains' oi airairs of state. - i mi. and airs. Samuel Monsserac who are at the Bellevue Hotel, are amonK i those who had intended iroins;. tout now: hare no certain, plana. If they do not ! sail on April they win go to their Fvouniry (ium at lxs Gatos on, April 1. Mr .and Mrs. J. Float Faseett and Mr. and Mrs. Philip Touna Ella IJenderi are others who had Intended going on j tn maiden trip of the steamer which ' sails; on April 4. but have cancelled j their reservations. Mr. and Mrs. Geo r pre Bates. Mrs. C.X?. : Judson and Mr. and Mrs. J. Frank Judge are others who have changed their plans regarding, the Honolulu . trip, - - . ii Doclng at Pier 20 about 5 o'clock Tuesday afternoon the Selyo Maru of the Toyo Klsen Kalsha's South Amer ican line Is discharging her 1200 ton nitrate cargo for this port today and will steam for Yokohama at 4:30 "this afternoon, taking mail for Japan.. She leavea from Pier 20. Among, tne through - passengers -is xasusaouro Mori, former Japanese con. sui at this port, who has beea trans f erred from Peru to Manchuria. His children are accompanying him.' 'Mori was consul-general here two years ago.. .- The Selyo's through' cargo for the Orient is quite heavy, consisting of 7 115 tons, -consigned to Yokohama, Kobe and Moji. The liner did not make any bursts of speed getting here Tuee day. She was only 40 miles off Dia mond Head at S o'clock In the morning, but it was S hours, later before she was made fast to her dock.' SOURS IS SOLD The American schooner Roy Somers, well known in Honolulu, lias been sold to. a French firm .of Papeete,- Tahiti. Society .Islanyla. according to a report made by Consul -General B. Lt" Lavton t TaTiTtl and printed in Commerce Re port an follows: . . VU wa recently announced that the American schooner Roy Somers, had been purchased by 'local capital and that the veeeet would be employed In the general trade between the colony and the United States, plying between Papeete. San Francisco and other Fact fir coast porta. - ' "The purchasers are well known French citizens and merchants eJ. Pa peete, and two are large exporters of eopra, coconuts and mother-of-pearl shell. The third is the largest boat builder in. the colony. .... . , "The new owners of th schooner are Messrs. Raoulx & Sons & Co.. Grand. MillT Jk CoH and Chas. Brown -Pete r son." . ' v - V ' ": IIYADES TO T.IAKE 5 Just when the Matson Navigation Compsity will reaurae Its Puget Sound Hawaiian service is not known by the local agency. Castle & Cooke. t - Manager John . H. Drew of -ithe agency's shipping department ald to day, that the Matson freighter Hyadea I -n- srctal trip in April.- go 1 ing to Seattte from San Francisco. At I afte h will load a full cargo of pineapple box snooks for the pineapple -.-. " association, probably from 4090 to B00 tons. She will bring this cargo' from' Seattle to Honolulu dl- , "Further than this we have had no advices concerning the resumption of Puget Sound service." said Manager Trew this morning. Officers 4t the Matsnnla when she , arrived . Tuesday morning said the Matson. fleet is hav ing all it can do to take care of freight now awaiting shipment at San-Francisco to the islands and that if a boat or two ; were taken off and placed on the Paget Sound run It would mean a probable ' immediate congestion , of freight at-the Bay City, with the re maining steamers unable to load it all. - 4 m aS ' The Hill liner Great Northern will arrive at Hllo tt S o'clock tomorrow morning. She la due to arrive here at IS c'clock Friday morning, to dock at i'ler if in the ewa basin. .- v . ( . . )) UV VIS - NORTON Queen Street SEIYO SAILING i THIS AFTERNQQ to FRrai fir:,i TRIPTO 11,0 . The movement set rn foot hv Pntm ' . v . . . ; found c,ies to Lave the Matson Nav- ' Uat.no Company resume its service to the north coast cities has been taken , ,. K , ,, v , .J f wp by local firms and the Chamber of 1 ! Commerce has been asked to lay the' watier octore mo srcairsnip company . a'"" "gently wtcless messages Vwem received from Seattle and Taconia re- questing the ciia nber to aid .n having ,h.. ..4,1,0.1, .. the service, .'hich was discontinued ' localise of the frtizht congestion at San Francisco ts the result of the icn7K,Qrp1npnv tK-.i n?snoreinen t strike, reestablished, Today communications were received from Henry Mr.y & Co and the City Mill Co. maktig similar requests. Tamorrow morning at 11 o'clock the a J 3 ... iraae, inausiry ana commercut aevei cpmect rommittco' of ' the diaraber is . to meet and consider the snbject,' ,' " I It has been pointed out by local Steamship men tUat the congestion of freight -at Fan Francisco Is still acute and every s tenner which enn be ob tained is needed to transport the mer- cbandise to taj islands, .: -..- 1 ' a aaa a' HOPE TO FLOAT . .. f. . T , . I .? - . , RIAUI BY FRIDAY Hope that , the Inter-Island steamer Maul wilt be saved continues to grow. Today another wireless was received by the Inter-Island Steam Navigation Company's main offices -here, from Ma rine Kupt. William .McKay, reading as OllOWSr. lf weather conditions continue fav orable expect to float Maui off reef by Friday! ' - ; : ' The salvage plan now being tried out consists of placing gaa drums half full of water la the sunken parts of the vessel, forcing out the water from them by. means of an air pump and allowing the lifting power of the empty drums lathed, to the bottom of the vessel to do the rest. - !t Is hoped that by this method the steamer can be floated off the reef into deep water where the hole torn In her stern by the rocks will be patched by divers so she can be braugt to Jloiiolulu for repairs With sales of 70S shares Of listed se? curltiea, the stock market today was without special feature, following the course of the past several days, with euch fluctuationa as there have been In narrow channels. - Hawaiian Com mercisl was 49. Oahu 2S4 Waialua 20i. McBryd 'Olaa 14 'and Brewery 17. ' Mineral Produots was the weak fea ture of the-unlisted market and under pressure declined to 89 cents. This was the only weak fbature.: Kngels Copper gained an eighth, selling at Uli was $3.15. Madera SS cents andMon-tant-Bln.gham 42 cents. . The; U. it. army transport Logan Is one week out irbm Karasaki today. She Jeft the Japanese port for Honolulu March 21.. t , ; : -: . , t i. I'ASEGER! DEPARTED. Per Matson steamer Manoa at noon Tuesday- for San Frauelsco. Miss D. A lien. Dr. John 8. AtJbotL Mrs. A. I Anthon v. Mrs. A. Branch. Miss 1 K. Bralt ' Miss Alice Brown, E.. K. Bos- f wortn. iv. r . iirown. airis. j. Danieu. Miss Anna Best. C. L. Clark. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Canfield. Mrs.. J. D. Car- ruth. Mr. and Mrs. E. A. cwnrao. jars. It. F..Dwyer. William Frazler. Mr. and Mrs. K. D. Fontana; R. B. Farwell. Mr. and Mrs, W. Frear. Miss H. Frear, Max Friedman." Mrs: Oarcia and two chil dren. Charles Holmer, P. M. Hustin. A. Horstman, Mrs. E. 8. Harris, Miss Ber tha Lmlloffr- JXiando, H. Miller. Mra L. C. Miller. A." Norbury. Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Manning. M. W. Matteson, Mr. and Mrs. M. K. Parsons. J. Phelps, I Price. Miss Jiarbara Pear salt E. P. Redmond. H. A. Itaedler. Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Scheld, - Mlsa M. Scheld, , Mrs. E. S. Shepherd. Miss Maude Schaffer, Prof, and Mrs. J.U Sea ton. Mrs. J J.' Scott. A. P. Taylor. W. B. Tarns. Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Tlnling. ii. V. Thompson. ( Mrs. J. '-W.'Wadman. Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Wil son. .Dr. Franz K.- Zeltelman. Per str. Mauna Kea. for Hawaii and way ports, March 27v Stanley Wrlgnt E. .H. Lwts. C. 1 Hall. W. Searby, Miss J. B. Smith. J. O.TUker, Mra. J. O. Baker. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Campbell, Mrs, Wist S. Sakat Miss T. Sakat Mr. and Mrs." Narumaru, A. A. Engelhart C. B. I.yman. A. F. Tavares. Mrs. Boni field. Mrs. H. Young. Mrs. F- Banham, A. W Carter, A. H. Carter. W. U. Hobby. M. Littiwitx. Miss Hakuole, Mrs, H. Hakuole. Mrs. G. G. $eong rwt in f ant Clarence Leary. Mra. j. I Papa limu. Mrs. L. Pupuhi, Dr. Y. Kohatse and wife, M. sakai. M, wade, cnun coin. Kim Sang and wife. Mrs. W. B. coaie, Hugh HowelL F. B. Keystone. Mrs. J. W. Jumo, Robert B. Jump, Mrs. R. Jump. Miss D. Jump.-John 'Baker, Mr. end Mrs. R. O. Matheeon. Mr. and Mrs. W; It -Farrlngton. K. Kawasaki,. John Fereira, Jr.. Mrs. Cirvin. Miss O. W. WUllaroa. Miss OlgaMason. Dr. U N. Case.. A. K. SingUe, B. Horn. Mrs. Horn, M. Meyer, Mrs. Meyer. B. Reymers. Mrs. Reymera. Miss M. - Robinson. - Miss T. Meyer. Mr.- and Mrs. J. B. Pa slier. Mr and Mrs. E. Ross. Mrs. F. . W. Wilson, Miss 'Wilson. vMr. and Mrs. V. C. Han. M. Tanaka. A. Tanaka, T. Yasuda. Miss A. Tstekawa. K.. Murakawt Mr. Ha rada.... . -r .PASSENGERS EXPECTED. Per Matson .steamer Iurllne. due Tuesday morning. April 3. from San Francisco: Mr. Bralneis.1 W. K. Wat kins. Mr.- Phlppa, Mrs. Phipps. R. It Beat Mrs. R. R. Beat E. Mellhauser, C. F. Hilt .V'v - .-- -r D:ix!:;n::nt Corporation This company has established a temporary., office with the Water- IV house x Company, Young . Hotel block, Honolulu. .V . . ' . ; . All parties ' interested ' in the stock of this company may gain in formation from the undersigned.' CIL1RON- D. BFLL, AQnt SHALL CHANGES EiilRii BILL' NO. 181 1 . V Ordiasnca No. . v ' .. u AN ORDINANCE RELATIVE . TO THE LOCATION AND ESTAB- - ushmext or curb lines and ; GRADES ll'ON LAIMI. PARK AND PUWA ROAD?, IN NUUANU VALLEY. ALL WITHIN THE LIM ITS Or- -FRONTAGE IMPROVE MENT NUMBER SEVEN." LV THE DISTRICT OF HONOLULU. CITY AND COUNTY OF HONOLULU, TERRITORY OK HAWAII. AND - REPEALING ORDINANCE NO. i. Be It Ordained py the People of the City and County of Honolulu : Section I Curb Lines That the curb line of Laimi, Park and Puiwa roads in Nuuanu valley within ' the limits cf "Frontage Im rrorement Namer Seven," ,a re here by established as shown in the plans set forth on Sheets 1 and 2 respective ly of Grade Ma No. 9, dated March 27, 1917. and authenticated by the sig nature of the City and County Engin eer, on file and of record in the office or tne city and county .Engineer, herein specif icnlly Incorporated by reference. ' Section II Curb Grades That the curb grades of Laimi, Park and Pulwa roads, in Nuuanu val ley,, within the limits of "Frontage Im provement Number Seren," are here by, established as shown on the plan and profile set forth on Sheets 1 and 2 respectively of Grade Map No. 9, dated March; 27, 1S17. hereinbefore specifically rererred to and Incorpor ated. : ; . ; , . Section III ; Ordinance No. 58 and all ordinances or parts of ordinances in conflict here with, be and the same are hereby re pealed. ' Section IV This ordinance shall take effect from and after the date of its appro val. ' ' " . Introduced by CHA3.N. ARNOLD, v ; Supervisor. - Date of Introduction: Honolulu, Hawaii, .March 27, 1917. I hereby certify that the foregoing Bill passed first reading and ordered to print at, a meeting held by the Board of feuperrloors on Tuesday, March 27, 1917, on the following vote of said boards. X . , ' ' Ayes: AhU. Arnold, Hatch, Hol linger, Hornerf Larsen. Logan. Total 7.-"... : : .,. ' :,, . . Noes: None, . . - . -.s. ' V...:.; a BUFFANDEAUV Deputy City and County Clerk. 6745 Mar., 28, 29, 30 RESOLUTION NO. 729 Be It . resolted by the Board of v Supervisors-of the' City and County of Honolulu, Territory fit Hawaii, that the som of Two Thousand Two Hun dred Dollars ' ' ( $200.00) be and the same la hereby aDDroDriated out of all moneys in the Water Works Fund ! of 1 the Treasury, City and County of f nonoiuin, ior an ; account uwwu as Expens,"BtnlaiaectIon. . f ? ---..Cj'lPsentedby,'5'5." 1 -tr; - ..: VS. . LARSEN,'. 'x; .4:, -V..-, .; ... -: ; Supervisor. v Date of Introduction: ' Honolulu, Hawaii, March 27, J917. I hereby certify that the foregoing Resolution passed first reading and ordered to print at a meeting held by the Board of Supervisors on Tues-! day, Man ZT, 1917 on the following j vote of said Doar: ' ' j linger, Horner; Larsen, Logan. Total 7-' '. " . . . Noes 1 None. . w - - ' : . K ' BUFFANDEAU. . ' Deputy City and. County Clerk. -; v ; 745 Mar.,.2S, 29, 30 . ' , V RESOLUTION' NO. 730 . ? ; Be It resolved by . the Board of Su pervisors of the City and County of Honolulu that the sum of Three Hun dred : Dollars . ($300.60) be and the ' same is hereby- appropriated out of t .IT w.. t 4 K a Domnonant tmnrnv. ' ment Ftind of thi Treasury of the Cityj and Countr- of Honolulu for an ac- count to be known as: ' v i Reconstruction Kallua Bridge. .1300.00 Introduced by CHAS. N. ARNOLD. Supervisor. Date of Introduction: : :- March 27,. 1917.- . fj. ,r X hereby certify that -the foregoing Resolution passed. First Reading and ordered to crlct at a meeting held by the Board of Supervisors on Tuesday, March 27, 1917, on the following vote of said Board: " ' - Ayes : , Ahla," Arnold, Hatch, Hol linger; Hdrner; Larsen, Logan. Total 7. ' V - K " Noes: None. ' - E. ' BUFFANDEAU, Deputy City and County Clerk: 1 ' 674 Mar. 23, 29, 30 : - RESOLUTION NQ. ,728 'Be It resolved br the Board of Su pervisors of the City and County of Honolulu Territory of Hawaii.' that the sum of' One' Thousand ($1,000.00) Dollars, be and the' same Is hereby ap propriated out of all moneys In the Road Tax .Fund..' to the credit . of ; the District of Honolulu, In the Treasury of the; said City and County for the following : purpose, to wit: ; District Honolulu . . .... $1,000.00 ' ' Introauced by - ., ' : J -.CvX' -'CHA8. N. ARNOLD, : ; I 'c : -. Supervisor. nouuiuiu, nsn'u to, 1911. . "J - .-. f r - ' . 1 hereby certify that the. foregoing Resolution passed first reading and ordered to print at a meeting held by the Board of Supervisors on Tuesday; March 27, 1917, on the following vote of said Board: - ; f . Ayes: Ahla, - Arnold, Hatch, Kol linger, Horner, Larsen, Logan. Noes: ; None. .'. H BUFFANDEAU, , Deputy City and County Clerk. 674 Mar. 28, 29, 30, 1917 Next mall' for San Francisco will be despatched by . the Hill liner Great N'ortf.erii, ' leaving, here at 10 o'clork Tu3Jiv moruinz from Plerls. iiili close at the usual time, 1:20 a. m. J Chic, Exclusive, Distinctive MODES In Millinery at the shop of MISS POWER, Boston Bldg. POULTRY PRODUCE Territorial Marketing Div'n. Maunakea near Queen ' Phone 1840 PROTECTIVE AGENCY OF . HAWAII - W. E. Miles, Mgr. r Rooms S and 6, Elite Bldg. Hote-i SC opp. Bishop St. Phone 1411. For VICTROLAS ' ' visit ' -. BERGSTROM MUSIC CO. 1020 Fort St. Phone 2321 ; : Brighten lawn furniture with W. P. FULLER & CO. ' t. ''r-'--i Finiahes L EWERS A COOKE, LTD, 1 169-177 8. King St. v 8port Coats Mandarin Coata - , ., .'. Stockings, Etc S. OZAKI 109-115 No. King StreeL Our tuition does not merely teach steps. It develop dancing -ability and Individuality. For rates phone 3464. N.E.MONJO Moana Hotel. .if r Acetyfene Light & "Agency . Co Ltd. Correctly Designed and Fitted Dress Suits THE CLARION, Fort oV Hotel 8ts WHITE REIGNSKIN i J4:t ' Shoes; for ' Women-' ; ttjlkfr?, Palr46XQ,A fit , . yy REGAL shoe: STORE, ' r'.Fort dL Hotel ' New, Indiviouaf styles In i - SPRING SUITS v - ': ' for men .' W. W. AHANA CO, V Tailors, King near Bethel - .V For any meal -j V : Meat, Fish Delicatessen : Metropolitan Meat Markets - . Phone 3445- . PALM BEACH V and Cool Cloth Suits ; The Hub, Hotel, Ewa , of Fort Easter Greeting Cards, Easter Place . Cards, : Easter Novelties, Baskets, Chickens, v - r PATTENS s Successor tc Arleigh & Co., Hotel st ALUS-CHAMBERS MILL MACHHIERY HONOLULU IRON W'KS. CO. i Phone 1203 V - For personal correspondence or the unfinished work you would like to complete at home a AThe : .- ' CORONA is the ideal Typewriter . Weight, 6 lbs. Visible Writing Full width, universal keyboard Two-color ribbon Ball-bearing carriage . Back Spacer : - Price $50 .' . HAWAIIAN NEWS CO., - LIMITED. Young Hotel Building v.-' Bishop St",",'.; Pyrcne Fire Exting (aOSO . i CALL CASTLE & GOOKEi Limited General' Insurance Agents v : . Fort and Merchant Streets P 1 1 1: ' ' - k3 s THESn?T Thrift is not stinginess nor selfishness, it is ability- to conserve your talents and finances. Get the habit at our SAVINGS DEPARTUEHTr C : w Bank off -.tMawalSEtd.- - Fort and t, t-..t i .... C. DREVm a CO. v (LIMITED) " .' ; - . - v- f ' i aaasMsssasBBSBS) sugar factors commission merchant8 shipping and insurance agents '. -: , . . "- . . : f " -' ' ' '- " ' - ' - BBBsaSBBSBSB FORT 8T HONOLULU, T. H. List of Officers and Directors: E, F. BISHOp.:.,....Prssldsnt H. ROBERTSON...,.. v .. Vice-President and Manager R. IVERS . Vice-President and Secretary A. GARTLEY. . . Vlca-President E. A. RT ROSTI ,7i' .Traasurar ,5 GEO. R. CARTER Director C. H. COOKE...... ...Director J. R. GALT..... ..Director R. A. COOKE. ........ Director D. G. MAY .... . ; .. .Auditor .1 Fort Street, near Quesi : Transacts a general Basking Business. - - Invites your account and guar ? anteea safe and efficient service.- Exchange, letters of Credit and i Travelers' Checks issued, o.u principal points. . . - Cable Transfers m LIOIJEY GilOVS when you-save and deposit it with us. We pay 4 per cent interest. BISHOP & CO. The National City Company New York : ' San Francisco INVESTMENT BONDS J - H. A. BRUCE i ; 200 Bank of Hawaii Bldg. Tel 1819 FOR RENT Electricity, gas, screen In all, houses small lurnisneu cottage ror 2, sla. : 3- bedroom house; garage; $30. 4- bedroom house; garage; $30. ; Stores, Maunakea sL, $27.50. , hTschnack" 842 Kaahumanu St Telephone 3633 InGuran.ee B. F. OPLLtNGHAM CO, LTD. : ; PHONE 4915 '. Firs, Life, Accident, Compensation ; h SURETY BONDS ' .P.- H. BURNETTE 79 Merchant SL ' Phone 1848 NOTARY PUBLIC V Commissioner of Deeds - California and New York 7 : Prawsr Wills," Deeds, MortgaQs and ! ail Legal Documents. Life, Fire, Marine, Automobile, Tourists ' Baggage or Accident Insurance,, , . UPON ." HAVAIIAN TRUST CO., Ltd. - Stocks and Bonds , Real Estate i Insnrance Safe Deposit Vaults 1 Authorized by law to act as Trustees, Execu ' tors, Administrators and Guardians. 1 v Merchant Sts. . Limited . . -Sugar Factors '.Commission Merchants and Insurance Agents Agents for. Hawaiian Commercial & Sugar Company. " . u: ;.:'';: Haiku Sugar Company.- " I; ' Pali Plantation Company. '.'' Maul Agricultural Company, Hawaiian Sugar Company. Kahuku Plantation. Company. 1 McBryde Sugar Company. ; Kabulul Railroad Company. Kauai Railway Company. ' ; ' Kauai. Fruit ft Land Co, Ltd. Honolua Ranch,'; ; THE YOKOHAMA 8PEC12' ' ...- BANK, LIMITED! , 1 Capital subscribed ..yen 4S,0C1,CCO Capital paid up..... yea Sa.OCJ.OOvi Reserve fund .......yea 20,8:0,000 ' 8. AWOKI, Ucat Manassr LIONEL R. A. HART Campbell Block Phons No. 33 MINING AND OIL SECURITIES OFFERS INVESTORS 23 TP - 60 PER ANNUM . -.. E. C, PETERS 210 MeCandless Bldg. ' , " T? . 'Honolulu, T H. .1 Stacks, Bonds, Securities, Loans Negotiated, Trust Estatss . , : . Managed. 1 . " J. F. MORGAN CO., LTD. STOCK BROKERS ' . Information FurrUshed and Leans : .r Mads ,' ; ? . Merchant Street 8 tar BuUdlnj . Phons 1572 v y ;' HOME INSURANCE COMPANY OF HAWAII, LIMITED. 818 Fort Street ' Telsphsns V7t PACIFIC ENGINEERING :t -COMPANY, LIMITED Consulting," Designing, and Con '. .structlng Engineers ?r ; Bridges, Buildings, Concrete Struc tures, Steel Structures, Sanitary Sys tems, Reports and Estimates on Proj ects. Phons 1945. - v CHOP SUI- 13. North Xing Street - 1: ' (Batwes n, Maunakea and Smith)' Call and see our brand new CHOP . SUI HOUSE Everything Neat ,: : -: . "snd Clean . - ' ' ' Tables may bs reserved by phone. .- . : No. 1713 - lUiiynvjiiE I .--111 -- .. E I t r. .0 o c 0 . 7 : '