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n ! -' ' t .- f . . S t : l. 4 - . 1 1, ih Culman Cai Ltd. , JcTrclry and Courcain S . - r lE '- V 1M7ERY My To St '., '-. 'vT' ...... ,'! m liATiOHAl H111ES lea -New ".Tork ' A pottos', Curbs " Offered by.ca for public eub . icrlptkm on April 15 at 65 cents ,nlaft;;'VT' Sold on curb market on May 10 at f 1.25" share;---;, v ' ..." Market , now!' actire at '" an ad- vence 6t 200 above our orig inal offering price, i A. rtlll furtoer advance Is pre dieted.- "' 'v "f-- v Send ? for descriptive booklet : with .maps.1 v " " ; : .' ., - ' v Gil W. FIELD & CO; 50 Broad 1 8t New York Boston; - --Philadelphia : ; direct Private Wires v 1112 Fort V O : ? rBilthroom V ; - istlxe desire axui pride cf i ; Tcry Particular Jxouae rue. i ARMSTRONG'S :r pots '.tiit' Had . ef batlrooa wtll witLIa tie fanse'of any pockelbook. , Perfectly clean ' acd sxsltux and most ea&I ' ?; kept so. '-T:;.'? 'Z:--..; Choice of tnany attractfre patterns, bclodlsi beautiful : tHe ejects erpcdally . sr?r priite for rooss cf til utsre. r. - ' . Luntcr and Buildiiij -: 1C3-177 Ccuth Oiiir St. . under tcr 'while tithlis. It was lavestcl ty a Ch!:-3D XTttttzT." 7.; . After twp years rpent in InvcstltlrA iatse numberof oil properties;; In various parts of the country, we 'financing cf the .... . , " .-,.'... FrtscJoiiiiQl Be! iOdttirJohyf 1 : ;.r ; ' " ' ; n ; . ef Texaa v'. '-jV ' a company having all the features -which we-consider essential for . :, great 5ccces. ;'. -: -v,; ,..-f- .LA-5;;;.'-;-;;:" : . v The company Is moderately capitalized at l.OQO'.OOb aharesof $1 , - par value, fully paid and non-assessable, with 'no bonds or debts ;: . and holds a lease on 400 acres la the John Drown ."League'' dls- J V trict in the Gulf Coastal belt of Texas in which are located; the famous Humble and Goose Creek fields, with a recorded annual ; v.- production cf.cillicns cf barrels.-:. V;'Vr '-f::;-.:--v-;'-, ;.',-', : Nearby are Hot tins' Mound, Dalley's: Prairie, Columbia and Da-1 , x nioa's Mound,, where many producing wells" now, exist, with oth " i V rs being brought la. The Producers Oil Company, a subsidiary - - of the Texas Company, which declared la one dlshttrsemenf at ' rX:. "f.-, 56,000,000 cash dividend, has extensive holdings; at ' Roaktna' . 'Mound, and is reported to be securing other leases in the same. V.i'vV.-locaUtr. V-'VH Drilling will be started at the eariiest poss'ibie moaent on the ' . - .Prudential property and, basing thaipredlctica ;ca. present Indi .. .r'. c caUons and evidences of oIL It U reasonable to expect that the . property will become one of the most Important roducera of - uioBccuoas an cany catt. ' To those who desire to join us In ' ; ': : . c "mitea allotment of atock al . : 3G.CEriTS This offer U subject to withdrawal without- notice, Afld - application -should therefore be made immediately.: ;';v:V:: . Arrangemente wia soon be made fot; pVbUc deallnti;oaxCe Boston '. - tod-NewTork.Cttrbv- np: Pmoetns sent ca request, tcxether wlt?i :th f!Mi . of our new copyrighted book :OlL ; invaluable guide lor cowers or oa ITEM EEER The fcii meflejrlTtil . the wells have been tree;.. t ; iismess Despite the fact that war conditions prevented the operations of several of Its Itatloas on . the - Atlantic Coast, Marconi Wireless Telegraph Company of America .had aprofiUhle year, as t soen from1 its annual report Just is sued over -the signature of President I John . W. Grlcss. - The report ahows a , net' Income of lil,C0, as compared with $2$tfiH, tor the previous year. Service with Japan, wu successfully ! fnauturated on the 15th of November j last and an : increasing volume of trafficil being .handled, under Gov ernment cehsorcaip, at a tariff one third , lower than that of the sub marine cable. On the Pacific, as on the Atlantic, operations are restricted by war Conditions, the Japanese sta tions 'being controlled by the Govern ment, as are the English plants by the British Government . For the presen. therefore, the uew- service is limited to traffic between San Francisco, Ha waii and Japan. ; The company con tinuestto manufaetcre apparatus for use by-the United States Army and jNavyj-and recently has been awarded contracts for.a largo nvmber of wire leas Sets of various types.' The income from investment of sur pins funds, amounting to I98.10T.S8, decreUed $6824.58 InlflC in compart son- wfth 1815,' due to the fact that 58961.48 interest was received on stock subscriptions during y 1916, .while in WIS, $17,922.6 waa : obtained. This reduction is explained by the fact that the ; stotkr previously subscribed for, out dot issued; wa? ounng tne year 1916, taaen-upw -.. ... After setting aside all reserves, the net profit-for. the: yer amounted to 1259,155.50; or an Increase' of 4&56 per cent over the mbfits for the crevfous year.- This amount has been added to the surplus; increasing that amount to S01,7762-at December 31, 1515, and .the- reserve set aside at that date against depreciation 'mounts to $459 715.63 addidonaU- - ''j--:-' - .Vi ' v All ;repirat!ons toV establish the new -Southern;. Pacific Sugar-Manufacturing Company, -. promoted by- Mr. Senklchiro Htyakawa and more than one "hundred leading business men in Tokio, - are now completed, says the Japanese Advertiser of May 0.. At A recent ' inauguratloa 4 meeting It was decided to -Ox the' capital of the new conctra at 5.C0O.00O ' yen, divided Into 120,00 J thtres, 100,000 of; Wch will be taken up by. the promoters, while 20,000 will be offered for. public sub- scriptfen'""'.' i ;;';-;;-' it..:'. V; ''-i' ; ; 1 The ' principal. : object of the new company is to purchase several sugar plantitions which hare hitherto been operated, by Dutch capitalists !n Java. The new concern ? works in concert with the Dutch colonial government in Java, which will' render aid ,to Japa nese ehterprlsea.' . v' v-'-J: i o i ' .' - i .: X CONFERENCE IS HELD - PAIUS,;FranJSe;Tha recent confer ence in which 'David 'Lloyd. George, Alexandre Ribot and ? Slhgor Boielll, the Drltish. French and Italian pre misrs, participaud took place In French town on a sidlng-at a village in French , Savoy, near jthe k v Italian frcstUr:- V : ... ,r--i fountain SpecU't Something new; ;.; ', every. 'day ; n.. : r ; -r. . j i HottCst- nearort . " y j .. $ . 5 '- J1? have contracted to' assist-in 4he v. 'ti.i;T'-i'; - " :.-.,-.: ,.:.9 this promlsina development we offer 7" i A GtlAtiE STOCICSAS UTyXSTMENTS" an securities or inUaiiag taTestors; It made by these wiie Invest befere' -'.A ' ;; xr :"'TV- SUGAR CO. F01S ma 35a mm co. HOST GUHOTEIi OF PilESEtlT YEAR Bishop A Company, the transfer agenU in Honolulu of the Engels Cop per Mining Company, recently receiv ed a report from dmer E. Pax ton, the manager of the company, in which he states that the output ofl copper for the flnt four months of the year amounted to 1.673.931 lbs. as compared with 1,277.406 lbs. for th correspond ing period of the previous year. This shows an increase of 31.4 in the present rate of production. Paxton also states that the average recovery for the months of March and April, 1917, shows an average of 79.55, as compared with an average recovery of 7l.C2 for the rear 1916 and that this marked improvement ia due to better arlndina by the substitution of steel balls for pebbles and . to improved methods in mill work. He also states that the copper content of the ore milled is 2.56 compared with an hverage of 2.28 for last year. This he claims Is th result of extracting a larger proportion of ore from the shaft level and serves to snow tnai me ore is of better average quality in depth than on the upper levels. Ore Development Continuing Paxton savs: "A lsrrs amount of additional or a has been developed on the fourth, fifth and shaft levels of the mine during tne past several months, following up dia mond drill work done last year. The shaft level now extends beyond the limits of the upper levels and up to dale there has been no waste, what ever taken from that leveL" -Tunnel No." 6 is now within about 400 feet of i th shaft. This tunnel passed through 100 feet of good mill inr nr shont 690-fee? from the shaft. This, together' with 'diamond drilling. proves the existence of a large lens, which will connect with our present ore body. No.? 9, at present, le In tho footYwall in low grsde but ia follow ing along the edge of the ore, wnicn will be reached by side drifts and cross-cuts. i ' v "Work m tWSimerior mine is eon- tinning most satisfactorily. The main drift, cross-cuttinc the general strike. Is now in about 600 feet, still in ore of milling grade. We are now blocking out the ore on 'the Superior thus? far develoned with parallel drifts and cross-cuts,' and will very soon begin sinking a three-compartment snazt, to open it up in depth. We have exca vated tm to date at least 2000 feet of tunnels and cross-c its with very little of it In waste and the enure average being between 2 and t copper. "The work is being pushed as rapid- tj as possible with ou- present air supply, v Out two big air compressors, which will more than doubleour fMtn( tnmfttv Vw TlJW ' OB? the ground and being' installed, and? will be In operation within six weeaav, General Improvements A1 "All ftt thm tmnraTements outlined bi inv last reoort are beine ousfred as rapidly as possible. We are, however, experiencing most exasperating delays ion account of war orders; car. shortage and consequent, inability of manuiao tnrers ta make ehtoment on time. It is now Impossible to secure delivery on large . motors, for Instance, from eight to ten. months. Fortunately, our orders for machinery were Placed. sev ers! tnmtha am and complete delivery should be made wKfriri the next sixty days. - ' -;"v '.''' . '-. ; ' New Mill ; , Gradlnr for the new mill site is nearly completed.-. We are 1 grading not only the aite ror tne iirsx unit, oui the second unit as twelL in order to have it ready when the next addition al nnit'U to bf Installed; m -' ; "Contract has been let for building and erection' of machinery hlch Is now arriving on the ground, to be com pleted' In four months nnaer Donus ana forfelture;clause. ; I: New Transformer SUtlon f t . . Tha new transformer nlaht Is now being erected and will be completed within the next two weeaa. -v : New Power Line to Upper Campj - "The addition of the larae cempress or motors af the Upper Camp necessP tates an additional power line from the transformer station about 7500 ft to length.' ;y--.i - : - - Greet Westsrn Power Line v;--.;' ;. Tlii Una irnM ThaTA been com- cleted bv now but the power company, like everybody else!, has found it im possible to. get their supplies shipped on time.' They are making efforts to get It completed within the next 60 days, and we will be up against it for additional power! before . that tta This line, - as- you remember runs from ; their Las J'lumaa -plant- In the Feather river canyon to our property, and win give us aU the power we will ever' need under all conditions. Hoist for Superior Shaft . . ?We are now negotiating the pur chase of material for this hoist. This is for the three-compartment shaft for opening up the Superior, in depth." We are trying' to secure a second-hand outfit in good condition, as It would take . aeven. or elahf months to get new machinery from the factory. New Hardlnge Mille v V "As security against accident, in our present mm, and to Increase our pre sent output, I - am Installing a - new S36 t Hardlnge conical ? ball mUL which. . should be In operation within the: next six weeks at our . present plant - ThismiU will give txr better recovery: and win materially increase our tonnage; pending the completion cf the new mUL v .-'; , Btoraae Battery Locomotive - "At present .we are hauling the ore trams with horses ' and ' nave about reached the limit of haulage. In order to increase tonnage after we get . the Hardlnge mill la operation I am in stalling a storage battery locomotive for pulling our trains. We were for tunate in securing one which - had been built for a- mining company in Colorado and which t had - not been m tUm. immmtmumnmmwtimi! if w Two tree for e Lifetime j j'wiwufwxwsarm. n rrvM. i's . it s If i i rumr ii im H '7 (f4 ,ur UTrf .fi.irLJ. i.Jt' Ti.Ttisrrr S lyJHUnt sal Cp4i t .an f tj iSl. 1 iininiiil ss m m used, otnerwlse, it would have re quired from six to eight months to get an outfit from the factory. I am bend ing every effort to secure equipment in this wsy all over the country, in order to avoid long delays. New Aerial Tramway la order to get the ore from the No. 6 level to the new mill to supple ment the ore coming from the Supe rior, a new rope tramway will have to be built 10,000 feet in length. The material has been ordered and I hope to have it in operation by the time the mill is ready to run. Railroad 'The railroad track was completed to the mine on April 5, and all freight its now being handled over the road. We have now a large steam shovel A. . . a . A equipment in crerauon. oaiiasung track, which should be completed within the nert three. weeffs. Passen ger service will then be put on and regular trains operated. The cost of the road was greatly Increased by rea son of winter construction and higher cost of material. The outside freight is more than we expected and after we get under regular operating condi tions will be a source of revenue and should pay a good rate of Interest on the investment" If the present price of copper holds the earnings will be sufficient to pay for the improvements now being made over and above the dividend, but it is yet uncertain how much the federal government may assess us for war taxes, Paxton believes. j FEW REALTY SALES MADE IN LONDON AS WAR CHECKS DEMAND (By Asftocte4 Fresij LONDON, Eng. War conditions have brought about a serious diminu tion in the volume ofbuslness done on the London property market' and also in the prices obtained .for the comparatively few properties that have changed hands. Figures just compiled show that sales by auction on by private trans action have declined 60 per cent Re garding the letting of house property. there has been a sharp decline in the leasing of large houses, and the letting of medium houses is almost station ery; small houses are let readily. In the case of shops, there is a normal demand for large and medium-sized places, while thft letting of small shops is at a discount . Factories have found tenants without difficulty and rentals have followed the demand.. BORAH SAY8 HE WILL RETIRE AT END OP TERM - , - J m-rm w - MVUMW William EUBorah of Idaho .has an: pounced thH jhe wiE .retire from th1 senater at .the- . cJoidof his present term." His Diana for the futura- hAT nnt hAn mm4o- TVr thi- nMaonf tfcn senator does not-care to discuss the causes wnicn jea nim to take thw step. ---.. .;- Mi, ss . COAL FREIGHTS HIGH J HULL, Eng. High freights are be ing pild zor the carriage of coal : to Christiania and Copenhagen. For coal which costs $5 to $7 a ton, a record freight of $45 a ton was naid. and re cently the freight charges on a cargo or. Z3oo tons shipped to Christiania amounted -to $ 100,000;, FIVE MEN KILLED WHEN LOCOMOTIVE BOILER EXPLODES, PHILADELPHIA, Pa. Five men were killed and another injured when a shifting locomotive of the Pennsyl vania railroad exploded at the Phila delphia terminal A super-expansion of steam in' the boiler is believed to have caused the explosion. ? 5.96cts Henry erhouse Trust Co., LIQ. Members Honolulu 8tock and Bond " - . Exchange . - Fort and Merchant Streets . -Telephone 12CS ' Sugar - ' mthc'T&TttqryojfmrU . A Trust During Your Ufetime . There may he a number of reasons why you would appreciate being relieved of the care of managing your property provided you felt sure that the income derived from it would not suffer in any way and management at any time you desired An arrangement of this1 kinda Personal Trust agreement can be made with the Ha r. waiian Trust Company, sbi that if you wish to travel. or take a vacation you can lay aside your business cares and yet KNOW that your income and property are just as safe as ever- May we have the opportunity of explaining "to you the advantages of a Living ,Trust agreement? HONOLULU, ' , " t " Honolulu Oil was the strong feature of the stock market today. After yes terday's session on advice of higher prices on the mainland the price o Oil rose rapidly from S3.S0 to !3& It held most of its advance, the last sale being $150 and final quotation $3.45 and $30, In this trading MSO shares changed hands. The marketfor listed stocks was rather narrow. Between boards sales were 700 shares and at the session only 10. Prices were Olaa 14 U, Ha waiian Commercial 48H. Waialua 27 H. Brewery 14 and McBryde 10 and 10. Mineral Products was another un listed stock to be heavily traded In but it-suffered still further declines Sales of 11.900 shsres at 40 cents, 1Q3Q at 39 and 100 at 28 cents, Engels Copper was strong and' advanced 23 cents to $5.75 on sales of 520 shares. Montana-Bingham was 34 cents, Kade ra quoted 27 and 28 cents, California Hawaiian Development 5 and 10 cents and Mountain King 32 .and 33 cents. Honolulu Stock Exchange ; Wednesday, May 23. MERCANTILE Alexander A Baldwin ... C. Brewer A Co SUGAR Ewa Plantation Co. ..... Haiku Sugar Co. Hawaiian Agr. Co. ...... Hawn. Com. A Sugar Co. . Hawaiian Sugar Co. .... Honokaa Sugar Co. Hcncmu Sugar Co. ...... Hutchinson Sugar Plant. . Kahuku Plantation Co.. . Kekaha Sugar Co. Koloa Sugar Co. McBryde 8ugar Co Ltd. . Oahu Sugar Co. . ...... Bid Asked 250 290 453 i 32 33 ..... ...i 33 10, 104 . . 42 30 19 1? 160 10'a l 64 10 29 Olaa Sugar Co, Ltd ..... Onomea 8ugar Co.w.,.. Paauhau 8ugar Plant Co. 14j 542 Paciflfi Suair Mill Pais Plantation. Co. Pepeekeo Sugar Co. . Pioneer Mill Co 8an Carlos Milling Co. .. Waialua Agr. Co. .. . Walluku 8ugar Co. . . . . . MISCELLANEOUS Endau Dev. Ce , Ltd, .... 1st Is Assess. 65 pc Pd 2nd Is. Assess. 90 pc. Pd Haiku Fruit A PackM Pfd. Haiku Fruit A Pack, Com Hawaii Con. Ry. pc A. . Hawaii Con. Ry, 6 pc B.. Hawaii Con. Ry. Com. . Hawaiian Electric Co. . . . Hawn. Pineapple Co. .... Hon. Brew. A MalLCo. . . Honolulu Gas Co Ltd... Hon; fL?T. AV LJ Co.iV.i InteNsland Steam Nav. Mutual -Telephone Co. . . . Oahu Railway A Land Co. Pahang Rubber Co...... Sefama-DIndings Plan, Pd Setama-Dindlngs P 63 pc Tanjong Of ok Rubber Co. BONDS,' Beach Walk Imp. DIst.. . Hamakua Ditch Co, 6s. . Hawaii Con. Ry. S pc. .. Hawaiian irr. Co, 6s. ... . Haw, Ter. 4 pc Refund .. Haw.Ter. 4 pc Pub. Imps. Haw. , Terr. Pub. Imp. 4 pc Hawn. -"TerrT Vz pc. .... . Honokaa Sugar Co, 6 pc. Hon. Gas Co Ltd, 6c... Kauai Ry. Co, 6s . Manoa Imp. Dtst Vz po.. McBryde Sugar Co, 5s. , . Mutual TeU 5s ...r. . 7'4 try 29 31 "X t a s414,4m 144.15 .vtv129'- ' -i ' . ...... .....200; 161 . . A 70 ..... ..... 95 104 ..... 100 ...... 105 Oahu Railway A Land Co. Oahu Sugar Co, 6 pc... 109 Olaa Sugar Co, 6 pc.... ". . . 100 Pacific Guano A Fertilizer Pacific Sugar Mill Co, 6s. w ..... 100 San Carlos Milling Co.... I . . . Between Boards t Sales: 25 Olaa, 145; 450, 50 McBryde, 1047; 15 Mc Bryde, 100,' TOO H. C. A 84&2S; 60 Waialua, 270,.... ;-. Session Sales: 10 H. B. A M, 140. Latest sugar quotation: 96 deg. test cts, or eiisQ per ton. : that you could resume ; t HONOLULU OIL IS STRONG FEATURE t.:h. ' 1 n 4 -M- ' Aetna orbneiK '0: Castled G6o!r! 44 General Insurance Agsnta, , g , HAWAIIAN: TRUST; CO., Ltd. -sr i Heal Estate ' v ; oaxe Aieposii v&niLs Authorized by law to act as Trtinccs, Excra- ' raf ii 1 v' s ........... ", . ' " (l, 'li mm ..'. a m t - - v- . .. .: m at your surplu s ; capital . in your own and .your fam ily's welfarer. Start a Say; ings Accounts Interest, Pain , Savings' Deposits. v , Ltd.. ,4 :0J, Port andMerchant : J. F, MORGAN CO., LTD, . 8T0CK BROKERS . Information Furnished and Loans . ' ';-.' Made r ::'"Vv;; Merchant Street Star Building .j; --' r-:;'.i Jh9no 1572 -"'v 1 r ' HOM E .'INSURANCE COMPANY OF HAWAII, LIM ITED ; ; 818 JFort 8treet r,; ' Telephone 3529 Keep your SAVINOS. 7 VJf- In a safe place. We pay 4)6 Interest ; 5 BISHC A'COMHANY. The J National City' Company New York ,v. San Francisco ; INVESTMENT B0NQS V H. A. BRUCE t 200 Bank of Hawaii Bldg. Tel. 1819 Protective Agency of Hawaii - - DAY AND iNIGHTi: Patrols-; Phone 1411, 5 dTe Elits BIdg. ; V WM. E. MILE St Mgr. t, . E. C. PETERS ; 210 McCandiesa Bldg. .. ; : Honolulu, T. 'H.' u:l V Stocks, Bonds, -Securftfes, Loans r ' Negotiated, Trust .Estates -? ' ' : ; ; ::S Ma Bad..;;-V:- X P. H. BURNETTE H , 79 Merchant SL v ; Phone 1845 NOTARPUBLIC W Commissioner of Deeds ' ; : California and New York Draws : Wilis, Deeds, Mortgages and an Legal Documents - : B. F. DILLINGHAM CO, LTD. PHONE 4915 Fire, Life Accident,' Compensation SURETY BONDS LOED-YOUNG ; Engineerino; Co., Ltd. ; , Engineers and Contractors -Pantheon Block, Honolulu. T. H. Telephone 2510 and 4587- es CHUN HOOK Kekaullke, nr. Queen Phone 3392 CHOP SUI 93 North King Street Call and see our brand new CHOP SUI HOUSE Everything Neat and Clean Tablea may be reserved by phone No. 1713 Prest-o-Lite Storage Battery - Servics, -B i V If your battery is not acting right. can and see us for freyadrice., ACETYLENE LIGHT A AGENCY CO. l nawai lNaveiurang . --. - ' - Sri - J !- . . . K Fort and Merchant Stresta 5 1 ' r:' t ; IJisiiranM tors, Administrators and Quardiaas ; .Llmlttd Commission Ucrchaat j 'r V and ;IniuTa2C3 Affwti"'-" ' " AgenU .for i Hawaiian Cosuaercial & Sssar Company. .;: , - ' -;v vHalio,Sujar Coopaay. ' -: .'Pala Plantatloa Cexapaay. I-- Maul Aarlcultural '. Company; i Hawaiian Sujar Company'' Kahnlul Railroad Company; . 'V '' McBryde Senr Company. V: Kahullu Railroad Company. V - ' Kaoalruit A Land Co Ltd. X - Honolua Rancn. : '; ;:- ...-:-t. : ' . ; (LIMIT20) ' ; r sucAn factob ;:tC0MMISSICM-MEnCHANT3' 8HIPPINQ AND lNunaw AGS NTS FORT ST, HONOLULU, H. . List of Officers and Directors: E. F.tBISHOP;.....t.Prssldsnt a- ROSEBTSON.......; Vice-President and Ssoretary "X. Vlce-PrssL-eS f -. rt n. rtuoa . ,- Treaiursv' .0 CEO. R. CARTER j a rirr " ' " Dlreetor J.jR. GALT v. ntM.... . MAY. Director ' -"0P trssL near Queen v?' "' T. Tranaacta 'a ya;enaral Banklss Business, '-vs. -. : i - Intltes. yoor scconnt and rais antees safe and efficient semce. Exchange. Letters of Credit and TraTelerr Checks Issued on principal points. " -. " Cable Transfers - THE YOKOHAMA SPECIE BANK. LIMITED :vr: Capital subscribed . i.yea 43,000.000 Capital paid op; ....yen 30,000,000 Reserve funds... yen 2L300.000 ? ' VAWOKI, Ucal Manager OR RENT . Electricity, gas, screens la all houses Fine 3-bcdroom house; garage; 330. ' 2-bedroom honsj:-..... "Small furnished cottage for 2, 15V '"fr'Q siuu cDuast m town; & ,J.;H. SCHNACK 842 Kaahumanu St. Telephone 3333 LUMBER - Paints, Plumbing Supplies, BulJdI13 Materials. Prices low Houses built' on Instalment plan. Choice House Lots for sale. . ' . - CITY. MILL COMPANY, LTD. V Telephone 2478 :- OP. O. Box 831 PACIFIC ENGINEERING : COMPANY, LIMITED Consulting, res'jnlng and Com -T -i structlng Engineers Bridges, Buildings, Concrete Strc tures. Steel Structures; Sanitary rr: terus. Reports aad Estlnztrs : ir'i-Cl'v-".V-'ti-'--.. m w ra ... . t ' Hustace St, off South. '