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..X - IS A - FAILURE , Surely marriage la a failure when :ts vsatlal purpose, the raising of a .VariiUF of children, proves impossible. jJd Che childless home the married ."pair, though sometimes more or less tuoooopcioufl of the fact, grow disap ! pointed and lonely. Lacking the best lle to hold them together they are fllkelr to drift apart, hence many sep arations and Jdivorcea. If rvery wtfe. whwe physical state wHEfJWARRIAGE VIEIRA JEWELRY CO. 113 Hotel Street Jewelers and Silversmiths, Wetch and Jewelry Repairers l4tl Comp Statement of Resources and Liabilities at Date June 30th, 1917. ASSETS. ail On Hand ..I lMZ.il . 1 1 I In Banks .. 161.437.89 1163,101.30 j jBecured lxans and Cljents . Debit Balances Bonds '. . . . v'. Stocks " in -other Corpora . tions ... 'JReal Estaus, Furniture and Fixtures ; Employes' Benefit - Fund Investment Account . . . !A11 Other Assets j 3620.24 1 136 448.M i '. yj.574.67 : 25,731.02 12.853.00 j . 4,860.30 i 1808,889.15 j ) ) S3 JTerrltory of Hawaii, Cltxand County of Honolulu. ) , V I. H. .H, VAIK.ER. Assistant Treasurer of the HAWAIIAN TRUST. ' rIPANTUMnTP. dflfvaolemnly: twear, thaf.the above statement ijjrue rfinbscribed asd r - - . worn befoWW ths 1 7ta tiay of July; A. p. 1917. -- jourjn PbUc. Ftrtt' Judicial Circuit, Territory of Hawaii. J ., 7 , - ' GSMJuly 10, 14, 17, 21 . . , ' i " ;ifjaiWraSfCiitii. X&tikiUtoi&'mA ;ieal eltatev: ;..-.. yv, 91.56MI f ment$ V.? . lorteaeej t J.v: jvoans; aemana ana ume; bju,izu.; Territory J'ttrnitttre. ana nature & . r?6,uoojuo ? ' Total T; ? ElMii :ttl456l76.21 City and County of;HonolulUj) ' . . I. ROBERT AtV SHlTCI-Ef, President of th:Henry Waterhonae JTrust! 3Co Ltd4 do aoleinnly, et that the alwve aUtement to .true to the best f jpf xny knowledge and belief. Subscribed "and awern before me toiIN. GUILD.,, . Notary: PublkC.F:t Ju'fcial Cir- C.;-. cult; Terrjtonr ot;Hawail V " r:'.. . J''. ". ' ; " ;: 838 July 14, . - ' "l ' 1' l l l W I ' Ill : IS ,--4 - '- -. r ,' .'V..- .PrnMnrifia. Y'l needs !goolfc iand harowaxe. : Because" they - are hidden is no reason why poor locks should be used in building. , Apoor lock causes trouble, -it jtibut 4f rder; .the v wopdtrk1 is marred when fepaOT have tblbe mde.; " ' "w- ' M A 15 (S EASYISRRIWG LOCKS are the finest development of correct lock prin ciples. Every part is acenrately fitted to work eaialyvd qtdetJ . " V; Ottr Experience in equipping buildings with suitable hardware is valuable'and we would like tBve'ilhe beliefit of ii' ;'?; 'i-ieW77 Soi presents mothrhqbd,jTXld1tttvtry that great remedy, l.ydWB. Pink ham's Vegetable Cornpomid there.jwoiild be far fewer cnudieas nomes. aot. Athletic contests at West Point, ex cept interclass meets, have been sus pended for the. year. It Was announc ed. , . . . The next Uaerty ioan lasne will b made abcut Sept 1, according to indi cations at the Treasury Department. The interest rata will be probably 4 per com - . nan LIABILITIES. I Clients Credit Balance. . .?:il-71 OS Employes' rk-nefit Fuad. All Other aimnies 1.179.R0 Surplus of Assets Over Lia biHtiea. Capital Stock . . . $200,000.00 Surplus 200000.00 Undivided Proffts S3.78S.S7 48S,7?57 $808,889.15" (Signed),. II. H..WAJKBR. (Seal) 24, 2S. 31. Aug. 4. X Capital ioo.woW finftilm' J Audi TvnnAividftd' 1fXid U&'&v.t&ii,-. 1SJ.002.C8 Trust Mdagrncy.accauBtf J422.474.18 DjTldendsntftJV Total . . K;; . . .L;l,456,576.: ROBERT W. SHINGLE. thia 14th dijr of July, A.D. 1S17 1 ; ; - .. 16, 17. 28,-30.32. . : -;. -. - i IP ! ' .1,' f L '4' Trust any IM'T liliited . . , Kiag St- . V HAWS BOND SALE MAY SUFFER BY LIBERTY LOAN pihii-fr that i'nri Sam o hi lib crtv Iocn mav erlou?lv conflict w ith the sale of territorial bonds for thel lnan fund is sipn hv territorial offi clals. Governor Pinkham, while no statement in the matter - -- . - .. admits that such a conflict is possible, and calls attention to the fact that a new federal loan of four billions is being considered, probably at higher than a 3Vt per cent rate. The governor has had little word from Treasurer C. J. McCarthy, the last being a letter which stated that the treasurer had left Washington for New York. Henry Hapai, acting treasurer for tha territory, had a letter from Mc Carthy in the last mail, but only a persona lone, he says, and containing no word of the bond issue. Asked if he believes the liberty loan might, af fect the floating , of the territorial bonds, Hapal says that this might he DOhSible. though the usual tinx of sale Is about this long after approval of I able that word will be received at any time Btating that the bonds have been taken. It is in the public works depart ment and harbor commission that the need of funds is probably felt most, as important projects named in the appropriation bill will have to wait un til the sale of bonds is made. HltO MAY HAVE If Young Brothers. Ltd . a'e nlannin to extend their launch business to Hilo. John A. ("Jack") Young, manager of the company, said today he will leave tomotrow morning on. the Mauna Kea for the Crescent City, to see how t$e Louise, which has been engaged on the breakwater job there, for more than a month i progressing with towing work. S "If everything goes well we may go into business in-Hilo as ' well as. Honolulu, said .Young this morning; "Hllo businessmen asked us several; months ago to -tart' a branch oyer there. If we do lt'w will begin with1 it. i ,v-t foot 'boats with- a cover to kefep'the .xau yttt patsg'.'JLeatot -and, ro- du' Young1 to6nr. fOTCtomittUbtr! sfble "hewill start Hi i a launch service yhile.he la in the second City.. , "Jack" tays bei cabin cruiser Sea Scout ba been kept bhsy recently by. the army.-, - For- four . das ;lat weex' jf towed tareifilajf "aea off Haleiwa and Waimea,. . One, day the work was towing targets continuously while rap Id fire and small Tleld' guns shot at them, and; another day 'te work wa to tow targets, out to sea to the proper range, cast them adrift and let them go until they were put of range. Major Mettler told Young; Brothers he was Utuch pleased with: the Sea Scout's performance. Next month the Makaala will tow targets again for siege gun practise. The boat tcwed th-'ar&axtd JfR Nan aknB last . 'nfoflth-rfor the big. gum to Wtffafwde v?ork on. P . . . t m - i ...I MONTANA-BINGHAM TURNS OUT $500 ORE DAILY NOW -.A report reached Honolulu yester day from' Utah that Montana-Bingham will is turning ont 3500 worth of con centrates dally, but it remarks that the stockholders should not expect too much In a short time was received here today. ; The report says that since June 21 ore has been" shipped vafued at over 47000 net and there are now between seven and eight carloads of broken ore In the bins being loaded. The mill is doing excellent wonJlgs, -crasher and rolls are being installed, six more tables hsve been delivered, one every other day, and 12 are being manufac tured at the plant' Nearly the entire working force "is doing- construction work and. everything' that isoossible is being done ' preparatory to a large production. MCI LAUNCH CO 1L Chinese Mutual Investment Company tof Hawaii, Limited. STATEMENT OF CONDITION, JUNE 30TH, 1917. , , RESOURCES. Loan and Discount t$ 7,830.00 . 4,608.25 . 13,246.19 60.00 . 3,485.84 Real state Mortgage Real EsUte Furniture and Fixtures. . . . Insurance Premium Stock and Other Investment Accrued Interest Cash on Hand and in Bank. 750.00 235.57 . 1,136.54 $31,452.39 ) ) 8S. Territory of Hawaii. Cky-and County, of -Honolulu. ) I, C. Q. YEE HOP, Treasurer of the Chinese Mutual Investment Com panyof Hawaii, Limited, do solemnly swear that the above-statement is true tc the best of my knowledge and belief. C. Q. YEE HOP. Treasurer. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 14th day of July, A. D. 1917. W. TIN YAN,,' ' " Notary PuViic, First Judicial Cir . v cuiL Territory of HawalL . ilrish Spuds Are Demanding Fine Prices On Kauai t r- j n : ciiif trading. It was a dull session from ruuu lAJIIIIIUMIUII Hyeill OCHJ,tne standpoint of features. The un - . I JAJUlf miinns ana nets Cvt HIT D- U.tnAraA tw rw nuuuitu - . . . -T . . I . I IIA i-i T v n a r.nnt V agent as a marketing agent for " jr,:r' J , ,::r: " hm A. H. Case sod 13.000 spuds of Irian ..J." I fr iananM, ""r:.Tr ' rr:".;:1 for them. . ii ..kih system, or lack of system, which has prevailed on that and other islands heretofore, when potatoes, beans and onions have been known to have been shipped to the coast and back, the uV timate consumer having to pay these freight charges for vegetables grown right on bis own island. Finding local markets for home grown foodstuffs is one of the chief functions of the county agent, a work for which he i permitted to make no charge either to the buyer or This makes about 500 or 600 bags of potatoes wbleh.I have been able to get a local market for," Case writes to Doctor ,Dean, the commission's executive. "The difficulty in selling locally," he adds, "i almost as great as sending them away, as the. transportation charges arouad the island are high. A 2-ton truck costs 815 a day and can make only one trip, thus bringing the transportation charge to almost 40 cents a bag. If the potatoes are to be sent to Honolulu there Is this charge and the steamer charge, hauling in Honolulu, the. market's commission and natural losses, which makes the grower's profit suffer materially." LICENSES S61 .477 IN SINGLE DAY 4At Jthe close otx bnsness yesterday, follovrng the - heavest day since the work began, the hollections for busi ness licenses amounted, to $61,477.50 i or luiHr iM ner cent more, a nan ws L terdar. niare . thia jy.OOOf is take j. the city treasurer's force working n- t, - 1VHR0 tff.Ty1aTkclb1aJt:-ettm up thaOahu Railway -.'Land "Co; fk)day?sr uuclag 4(bi has ieet expected Win "be etinalled Because of the good snowing which has-been made during the last two &tys,;D. Lc-Conkling, treasurer, says that he will defer action on this threat to have -tho delinquents arrested. HIT CITY HARD How much greater the prices ofttbe bids to supply the city, for the next six months., are than the prices for the same material now is Indicated by the special bids submitted by the lumber firms last week for lumber to erect 12 school houses. The lowest bid was $2570, entered by Lewers &" Cooke and' If. E. Wes cott, purchasing .agent, has .figured that if this lumber was purchased at the prices" bid for the six months' sap ply, it.,would coat tbexity $600 more, or an Jocrease of neary 25 per cent i The LsIiL': months bids for lumber, paints 'and' nails were rejected by the board of "supervisors at Its last meet ing and from now on the necessary material will be bought In the open market Henry Freitas, building in spector, is working up an estimate of the amount of supplies he will need and It is his Intention to buy them now and save the city several hundred dollars. ' Deposits in Chicago national banks Show a decrease of $6,414,000. De posits' in State banks show a falling off Of $48,1616,599. LIAf ILITIES. Capital paid in $19,500.00 Surplus Fund 680.00 Bills Payable 7.897.07 Undivided Profit 3,375.32 $31,452.39 MINING SLUMPS, SUGAR IS FIRM While an active day was recorded j on the exchange from the standpoint 'listen stocK leu orr some, Montana , Binsham receding to CO cents, and Ma dera to 36 wnle glw ,tocks remain- I nrm with a fair demand , i continues to arrive from Fortuna, S which is owned by Montana Bingham. '"" Hlegms declares the mill is operating steadily and in three months will reach a capacity of 1000 tons a day. Salt Likers interested in Montana- K.ngnam are asking 1 a share for tne . . . .A stock and state they are not inclined to sell. Two thousand Oahu Railway & Land bonds were transferred today at $105. Twenty-fire shares of Alex ander & Baldwin sold at $460. Honolulu Stocl: Exchange Tuesday, July 17. MERCANTILE Id ASktd Alexander & Baldwin C. Brewer & Co SUGAR Ewa Plantation Co 333 34 Haiku Sugar Co Hawaiian Agr. Co 48 Hawn. Com. A. Sugar Co 49 Hawaiian Sugar Co. 37 38 Honokaa Sugar Co Honomu Sugar Co. ...... 42'2 Hutchinson ugar Plant Kahuku Plantation Co. . . 19' ? Kekaha Sugar Co Koloa Sugar Co McBryde Sugar Co., Ltd. 102 10 Oahu Sugar Co 30 31 Olaa Sugar Co., Ltd 13 Ortomea Sugar Co 55 56 Paauhau Sugar Plant. Co. Pacific Sugar Mill Paia Plantation Co Pepeekeo Sugar Co. Pioneer Mill Co. ........ San Carlos Milling Co. . . Walalua Agr. Co Walluku Sugar Co. ..... MISCELLANEOUS Endtu Dev. Co, Ltd 1st Is. As. 7 pc Pd.... 2nd Is. As. fully paid... Haiku Fruit A PacK. Pfd. Haiku Fruit A Pack. Com Hawaii Con. Ry. 7 pc. A. . Hawaii Con. Ry. 6 pc. B. . Hawaii Con. Ry. Com .... Hawaiian- Electric Co. . . . Hawaiian Pineapple Co... Hon. Brew. & Malt. .Co... 19 205 37 37'2 20 28 5?4 44'2 16 . 45 17 125 Honolulu Gas Co Ltd.... Hon. R. T, VL Co.... IntsMsland JSteaia . Nay. . Mutual Telephone Co. 19 160 19 Pahang Rubber Co. SeUmaJlndlnas Plan. Pd. Setama-Dirdlngs p 63 pc TanJohr Olek Rubber Co 40 BONDS Esach Walk Imp. Dtst Hamakwa Ditch Co s. . - Hawaii Con. Ry. 5 pc 88 89 Hawaiian I rr. Co, t: Haw. Ter. 4 pc Refund . . Haw. Terr'l 4 pc Pub Imp Haw. Terr. Pub. Imp. 4 pc Hawn. Terr'l-, V2 pc Honokaa Sugar Co., pc Honolulu Gas Co., Ltd-, 5s 105 Kauai Ry. Co-, 6s Manoa Imp. Diet McBryde Sugar Co., 5s . . Mutual Telephone 5s Oahu Railway A. Land Co Oahu Sugar Co- 6 pc 110 Olaa Sugar Co-, 6 pc.. . . . 98'2 99 Pacific Guano a Fer. Co. 100 Pacific Sugar Mill Co. . . 100 San Carlos Milling Co. . . 102!2 103 Between Boards: Sales: 100, 5, 20, 50 McBryde, 1O50; 15 Olaa, 13.75; 28, 60 Ewar 3S-2S; 10, 20 Oahu, 30.75; 25 C. Brewer, 460; 10 Tanjong Olok, 39.50; $1000, $500 Haw. Cons. 5 pc., 83; $2000 O. R. 4L L. 5 pc, 105; 20, 5, 10, 25 Waialua, 28. Session Salts: 30, 10, 5, 25 Pioneer, 37.50; 10, 10, 5 Walalua, 28; 5 Haw. Pines, 44.50. Latest sugar quotation: 96 deg. test, 6.52 cents, or $130.40 per ton. UNLISTED SECURITIES. Tuesday, July 17. Bid Asked 4.05 4.10 7.00 7-25 .27 .28 .29 .30 .60 .65 .36 .37 OIL Honolulu Con. Co MINING Cal. Hawn. Dev. Co. . Engels Copper Mining Mineral Products Co.. Mountain King Mining Tipp. Gold Min. A Mill. Montana Bingham . . . Madera Mining Co. .. Sales: 1350 Bingham, .63; 1850 Bingham, .61; 2000 Bingham, .59; 3980 Bingham, .60; 1700 M. Products, .28; 2500 Madera, .39; 2600 Madera, .37; 7750 MaderaK.38; 250 Hon. Oil, 4.10; 2000 Bingham, .61; 2500 Madera, .37; 600 M. Products, -28. Sugar 6.52cts Henry Waterhouse Trust Co., ltd. Members Honolulu Stock and Bond Exchange Fort and Merchant Streets . Telephone 120S DAILY REMINDERS Letter writing will be cheaper since the special prices on Hnrd's corres pondence papers are m effect. See the window of the Hawaiian News Co., Ltd. 4i -J- Go to the Oalr Inn for cooling jQdas and soft TRUSTS REAL ESTATE STOCKS INSURANCE Bethel Street fYooWant CALL CASTLE & COOKE, Limited General Insurance Agents Fort and Merchant Streets Eiist your surplus capital in your own and your fam ily's welfare. Start a Sav ings Account. 4 Interest Paid on Savings Deposits. Bank of Hawaii, Ltd. Tort and Merchant , Bank oi Ltd. Fort Street, ntar Queen Transacts a general Banking Business. Invites your account and guar anteea safe and efficient service. Exchange, Letters of Credit and Travelers' Checks ' Issued on principal points. Cable Transfers E. C. PETERS 210 McCandless Bldg. Honolulu, T. H. Stocks, Bonds, Securities, Loans Negotiated, Trust Estates Managed , Keep your SAVINGS in a safe place. We pay 4 Interest BISHOP COMPANY. P. H. BXJRN8TTE 79 Merchant St Phone 1848 NOTARY PUBLIC Commissioner of Deeds California and New York Draws: Wills, Deeds, Mortgages and all Legal Documents Insurance B. F. DILLINGHAM CO, LTD PHONE 4915 Fire, Life, Accident, Compensation SURETY BONDS Money to Loan HOME INSURANCE COMPANY OF HAWAII. LIMITED 811 Fort Street Telephone 3521 LUMBER Paints, Plumbing Supplies, Building Materials. Prices low. Houses built on Instalment plan. Choice House Lots for sale. CITY MILL COMPANY, LTD. Telephone 2478 P. O. Box 151 Honolulu JAPANESE SILK GOODS AND OTJBlOS, KHI0U03 AND EMBE0IDERIES SAYEGUSAi 1120 NUUANTJ STBEET, JUST ABOVE HOTEL: - L0AITS end BONDS - ; SATE DEPOSITS Life, Fire, Marine Automobile, Tourists Baggage or Accident Insurance, UPON HAWAIIAN TRUST CO., Ltd. Stocks and Bonds Real Estate Insnranct Safe Deposit Vaults Authorized by law to act as Trustees, Execu tors, Administrators and -Guardians Alexander! Bait! Limited Surar Factors Conimission Merchantr and Insurance Ants Agents fr Hawaiian Commsrclai A Compaoj. Hailti Suar Compaaj. Paia Plantation Comnanr. wiSrtcalth ral'Cwajiis'-V wawauaa sugar Ctmpaa. T ' KahoJo! Jfailroai tcipaar .McBnrdeugar'Cmpan. t5 Ktballu Railroad Company. Kauai Fruit fc Utid'Col aoncuua Banco, ft (LIMITED) SUGAR FACTORS COMMISSION MERCHANTS SHIPPING t AND INSURANCE rAGENT ,f0RT 8T HONOLULU, Tr H ff B'HO.-.fssldsnt J . ' J A. GARTLEY VI.-.m.. - n. nwaa Treasurer GEO. R. CARTER C. H. COOKE J. R. GALT R. A.s COOKE D. G. MAY uirsetor pirtctoT DTrsetsr Director. 1 Audltor- J. F. MORGAN CO., LTD. ? STbCK, BROKERS I ' Information urnlthed and Loan's , Mtda .j '.. Merchant Street Star Bulldlna ", Phona 1872 THE YOKOHAMA SPECIE BANK. LIMITED i Capital suhscribed...yan 4S.00W0 Capital paid up yen 30,000-flMf Reserve funds yen 2L300.Mi . S. AWOKI, Local Manager j FOR RENT w Electricity, gas. scrects la all ho urea Fire 2-bedroom house; garage; ijfc-2-bedroom house; garage; $25. . K Fins furnished house; garage; J. H. SCHNACK 4 842 Kaahumanu St. Telephone) SS3S PACIFIC ENGINEERING COMPANY, LIMITED' Consulting, Vet jnlng and Ccn A strueting Engineers Bridges, Buildings, Concrete 'Struc tures, Steel Structures. Sanitary 8js j terns. Reports aid Estimates on Vf Jects. Phono 1045. : , -'