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WHEN' MARRIAGE T
IS A FAILURE
. -i k r.i.u, nt Bf
iMiriir mirr ira la m mimrv wnt-n in
ifsrafly of children, prove lmpoHible. cept lnterda3 meets, have been sus
fln the childless home the married j pended for the year. It was announc
ipalr, though sometimes more or leas; ed.
-. unconcious of the fact, grow dlap-' "
pointed and lonely. lacking the beet The next Liberty uoan issue will r
tie to hold them together thev are i
likely to drift apart, hence many ep-
-arations and divorces. j
If every mlfe. whoe physical state
VIEIRA JEWELRY CO.
Jewelers and Silversmiths,
I Jewelers and S
Statement of Rescurcea and Liabilitiaa at Data June 30thf 1917.
; Secured Loans and Client!
nW RaTnnre 366.320.24
Stocks 'in 'other Corpora-
TJoil Vmtat.t VnmltnrA will !
n....... ?S 7:11.02
"Employes' Benefit Fuud
Inrestment Account ... 12.853.00
AU Other Assets 4,860.36
Territory of Hawaii,
City and County of Honolulu. )
4 I. H. H. WALKER, Assistant Treasurer of the HAWAIIAN TRUST
COMPANY. LIMITED, do solemnly awear that the aboTe atatement is true
.to the best of my knowledge and belief.
' ' ' ; (Signed) H. II. WALKER.
Subscribed and sworn before me this
, 7th day of July, A. D. 1917. .
- r (Signed) J. E. O'CONNOR. (Seal)
' Notary PBtU'FInt'' Judicial Circuit,
' Territory.pt Hawaii ; ;y.-
6834JulT' 10, 14, 17, 21, 24, 28. 31. Aug. 4.
J!isE?Iiiouse Trust Co.,Ltd.
; V STATEMENT OF CONDITION, JUNE 30, 1917.
: V BASSETS :.
Cash en "hand aid la ban. 23261.19
- Bonds ;iv.Y; t M4S.7S
Real estate .81,5$4.f 1
Stocks and. other , . ' teTest-, :
N mentt i. .'. t.lv'104,4tSJl
- Mortgage s eeurel by JJ
estate r. J.i:'.: '.ri82,50t32
- Leans, demand ana time. suazo.7s
. Furniture and -fixtures . 5,000.00
!jHvL .''1 . . .
Territory f Hawaii,'. )
Oty sud Couat'of Hopolulu, )
I, ROBERTW. SHINOtE, President of the Henry Waterhouse Trust
f Co, Ltd4 do solemnly swear that the
cf my knowledge and belief.
; . -
' Subscribed and sworn to before me
John guild;, u ; .
notary njblic rizil Juaicial cir-
:. cult Territory of Hawaii ,
t-tW 838-July 14,
needs gfood locks and hardware. Because they
an hidden is nd reasou why poor locks should
be used iubnilding, A poor lock causes trouble,
it gets out of or4er; the woodwork is marred
when impairs have to be cade.
EASY SPRING LOCKS
are.the i ilnest, development of correct lock prin
dples. . Every part is accurately fitted to work
easily and quietly.
'Our experience in equipping1 buildings with
sidkbie hardware is valuable and we would like
to give you the benefit of it.
LErJEKS & COOKE,
Lumber and Builders' Supplies
., . . 1C3-177 Bo. K!sg St
prerents motherhood, would but try
that great remedy, LydU E. PinkhapTs
Vegetable Compound. Jhere would be
far fewer childless nomes. aqy.
Athletic contest at West Point, ex-
made aDoui oepu . cwum6 w
cations at the Treasury Department
The Interest rate will be probably 4
Watch and Jewelry Repairers
Clients Credit Balance . . JU1-71.08
Employes' Benefit Funi... 12.85J.Wi
All Other Liabilities 1.179.R0
Surplus of Assets Over Lia
bilities. jCapIUl Stock. . .$200,000.00
I Surplus 20O.OOft.O0
1 Undivided Protits 83,785.57
Surplus and undiTided .
Trust and agency accounts 1,122,474.18
Dlridends unpaid 1,100.00
above statement Is true to the best
ROBERT W. SHINGLE.
this 14th day of July, A. D. 1917.
16. 17, 28. 30.-31.
G WteffCML NEWS
SALE MAY SUFFER
BY LIBERTY LOAN
Possibility that Uncle Sam's big lib-
erty loans may seriously conflict with I
the sale of territorial bonds for the i
loan fund is Eeen by territorial offi
Governor Pinkham. while making:
no statement in the matter, admits
that such a conflict is possible, and
is possiDie, ana,
calls attention to the fact that a uew , ' ot frTr - inanel
federal loan of four billions is being i es " iVr J, E'
considered, probablv at higher than f.?' geUiDg $ P
3i, per cent rate. i tn thp'
The gorernor has had little word
from Treasurer C. J. McCarthy, the
last being a ietter which stated that
the treasurer had left Washington for
Henry Hapai, acting treasurer for
the 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, Hapai says that this might be
possible, though the usual time of sale
is about this long after approval of
the issue Is secured. It is quite prob
able that word will be received at any
time stating that the bonds have been
It is in the public works depart
ment and harbor commission that the
ned of fnnd. u nmhhiv fit mn.t .1
as important projects named in the
appropriation bill will have to wait un
til the sale of bonds is made.
KILO HAY HAVE
Young Brothers. Ltd . are planning
extend their launch business to
John A. ("Jack") Young, manager
of the company, said today he will
leave tomorrow morning on the Mauna
Kea for the Crescent City, to see how
the Louise, which has been engaged
on the breakwater job there for more
than a month, is progressing with
"If everything goes well we may
go into business in Hilo as well as
Honolulu," said Young this morning.
"Hilo businessmen asked us several
months ago to start a branch over
there. If we do it we will begin with
throe launches, the Louise and two
more which we would build here; 38
foot boats with a cover to keep the
rain off passengers' heads, and pro
pelled by 20-horsepower motors."
There it a launch business now con
ducted In Hilo by J. A. M. Osorio, but
Young believes there , is plenty of
room for competition and it is pos
sible he will start up a launch service
while he is in the Second City.
"Jack" says their cabin cruiser Sea
Scout hat been kept busy recently by
the army. For four days last weex
it towed targets at sea off Haleiwa
and Waimea. One day the work was
towing targets continuously while rap
Id fire and small field guns shot at
them, and another day the work wu
to tow targets out to sea to the proper
range, cast them adrift and let them
go until they were out of range. Major
Mettler told Young Brothers he was
much pleased with the Sea Scout's
Next month the Makaala will tow
targets again for siege gun practise.
The boat towed them around off Xan
akuli last month for the big guns to
get in some work on.
OUT $500 ORE DAILY NOW
A report reached Honolulu yester
day from Utah that Montana-Bingham
will is turning out, 1500 worth of con
centrates daily, but it remarks that
the stockholders should not expect too
much in a short time was received
The report says that since June 11
ore has been shipped valued at over
7000 net and there are now between
seven and eight carloads of broken ore
In the bins being loaded. The mill Is
doing excellent work. Jigs, crnsher
and rolls are being Installed, six more
tables have been delivered, one cverj
other day, and 12 are being manufac
tured at the plant Nearly the entire
working force Is doing construction
work and everything that is possible
Is being done preparatory to a large
NEW LAUNCH CO
Chinese Mutual Investment Company
of Hawaii, Limited.
8TATEMENT OF CONDITION, JUNE 30TH, 1917.
Loan and Discount
Real Estate Mortgage
Furniture and Fixtures
Stock and Other Investment
Cash on Hand and in Bank.
Territory of Hawaii,
City and County of Honolulu. )
I, C. Q. YEE HOP, Treasurer of, the Chinese Mutual Investment Com
pany, of Hawaii, Limited, do solemnly swear that the above statement is
true to the best of my knowledge and belief.
C. Q. YEE HOP.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 14th day of July. A. D. 1917.
W. TIN YAN,
Notary Public. First Judicial Cir
cuit, Territory of HawalL
(Seal) v N - "
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Irish Spuds Are
Prices On Kauai
Food Commission Agent Sells
13,000 Pounds and Gets
$4.05 Per Hundred
i The potential value of the coum
I I.,.,..., ojnt tnr ihpi
agent as a marketing agent for tnpi
ascu a ia f ,, .
small growers was succe?fuu flxi
-"t..-. t-.i I... wir hpn
' UlUUSlIitlCU UU IOUO" loci. ".-.r..
f A. H. Case sold 13.000 spud of Irish
. Bj m.A Mn n,;ri, nt Irish,
7 T r-...,-m Jhh
system or lack of h ''J i
prevailed on that and other Ws.
heretofore, when poUtoes. beans and j
onions have been known to have been
shipped to the coast and back, the ul
timate consumer having to pay these
freight charges for vegetables grown
right on his own island.
Finding local markets for home
grown foodstuffs is one of the chief
functions of the county agent, a work
I for which he is permitted to make
no charge either to the buyer or
"This makes about 500 or 600 bags of
' potatoes which I have been able to
fecv a iwai ma i iV-. v ot "'"-"i
"The difficulty in selling locally," he
s almost as great as senauiK
' t am i rr o wr n a Yt a m n c iArt u t Inn 1
' ao . . ""uo'"' T.
r n u riruii omnnn ir s iwiunn m ri" ti vri
A 2-ton truck costs 15 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 then- 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."
IN SINGLE DAY
At the close of busness yesterday,
follov.ng the heavest day since thq
work began, the collections for busi
ness licenses amounted to 561,477. "0
or fully 20 per cent more than tva?
collected at this time last year. Yes
terday more than $9,000 was taken,
the city treasurer's force working a-
til nearly six o'clock settling up the
day's business. Today a waiting hn ?
as 'long" as that Of yesterday lias beet
taking out licences and It is expected
that yesterday's collections will be
' Because of the good showing which
has been made during the last two
teys, D. L. Conkling, treasurer, says
that he will defer action on this threat
to have the delinquents arrested.
HIT CITY HAR!
How much greater the prices of the
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 S2570, entered
by Lewers & Cooke and H. E. Wes
cott; purchasing agent, has' figured
that if this lumber was purchased at
the prices bid for the six months' sup
ply, it would cost the city $600 more,
or an increase of nearly 25 per cent.
The six 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 Freltas, 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
Deposits in Chicago national banks
show a decrease of $6,414,000. De
posits in State banks show a falling
off of $48,166,599.
Capital paid in
Surplus Fund ..
Bills Payable . . .
SUGAR IS FIRM
W i. ile an active day was recorded
on the exchange from the standpoint
of trading, it was a dull session from
the standpoint of features. The un
listed stock fell off some. Moutanj
Binsnam receding to 60 cents, and Ma
dura to C. while sugar stocks remain-
ed firm with a fair demand
Dcsi.ite its slumi . favorab e news
continues to arrive from Kortuna.
. . ,
whloI fe ow"pd by Montana n.nRham
ire rtcenea ioaay irom .Manager
Hl"1I;s declares the mill is oerating
ni in three months will
roach a capacity of 1000 tons a day.
SaU Llkers interested in Montana-
nKhni are asking $1 a share for th
stock and state they are not inclined
T thousand Qah R
Und bonds tran8ferred toda
Tu-,tv.fiv. eh. t ai...
, "& R 'J
Honolulu Stoc!: Exchange
Tuesday, July 17.
Alexander . Baldwin
C. Brewer A Co.
Ewa Plantation Co 33
Hawaiian Agr. Co
Hawn. Com. & Sugar Co.
Hawaiian Sugar Co
Honokaa Sugar Co.
i Henamu Suoip Co a?".
Hutchinson Ougar Plant.
Kahuku Plantation Co.
Kekaha Sugar Co. . .
u9"r " ::
! "JBrJrJt Suflar Co., Ltd. 10
Oahu Sugar Co 30
Olaa Sugar Co., Ltd
Onomea Sugar Co 55
Paauhau Sugar Plant. Co
Pacific Sugar Mill 19
Pala Plantation Co 205
Pepeekeo Sugar Co
Pioneer Mill Co. 37 37J:
San Carlos Milling Co 20
Waialua Agr. Co 28
Walluku Sugar Co.
Endtu Dev. Co. Ltd
1st Is. As. 7 pc Pd
2nd Is. As. fully paid
Haiku Fruit & Pack. Pfd
Haiku Fruit A Pack. Com
Hawaii Con. Ry. 7 pc. A. . 5
Hawaii Con. Ry. 6 pc B. . '4
Hawaii Con. Ry. Com
Hawaiian Electric Co.
Hawaiian Pineapple Co.. . 442 45
Hon. Brew. & Malt. Co... 16 17
Honolulu Gas Co., Ltd... 121 125
Hon. R. T. & L Co
Inter-Island Steam Nav
Mutual Telephone Co.
Oahu Railway & Land Co.
Pahang Rubber Co.
Selsma-Oindlngs Plan". Pd. . :.
Selama-Dlrdings P, SS pc ...
Tanjong Olok Rubber Co. ...
Ceach Walk Imp. Olst
Hamakua Ditch Co., 4s
Hawaii Con. Ry. 5 pc... 83 89
Hawaiian Irr. Co., 6s...
Haw. Ter. 4 pc. Rtfvnd
Haw. Terrl 4 pc. Pub Imp
Haw. Terr. Pub. Imp. 4 pc
H&wn. Terrl 3.'2 PC
Honokaa Sugar Co., 6 pc
Honolulu Gas Co., Ltd., 5s 105
Kauai Ry. Co- 6s
Manoa Imp. Oist
McBryde Sugar Co., 5s
Mutual Telephone 5s
Oahu Railway A Land Co
Oahu Sugar Co-, 6 pt. . . . 110
Olaa Sugar Co., 6 pc. . . . . 98 '2 99
Pacific Guano A Fer. Co. 100
Pacific Sugar Mill Co. . . 100
San Carlos Milling Co. .. 1022 103
Between Boards: Sales: 100, 5, 20,
50 McBryde, 10.50; 15 Olaa, 13.75; 28,
60 Ewa, 33.25; 10, 20 Oahu, 30.75; 25
C. Brewer, 460; 10 Tanjong Olok,
39.50; $1000, $500 Haw. Cons. 5 pc:, 88;
$2000 O. R. & L 5 pc, 105; 20, 5, 10,
25 Waialua, 28.
Session Sales: 30, 10, 5, 25 Pioneer,
37.50; 10, 10, 5 Waialua, 28; 5 Haw.
Latest sugar quotation: 96 deg.
test, 6.52 cents, or $130.40 per ton.
Tuesday, July 17.
Honolulu Con. Co 4.05 4.10
Cal. Hawn. Dev. Co
Engels Copper Mining 7.00 725
Mineral Products Co.. .27 .28
Mountain King Mining .23 .30
Tipp. Gold Min. & Mill
Montana Bingham ... .60 .65
Madera Mining Co. .. .36 .37
Sales: 1350 Bingham, .63; 1850
Bingham, .61; 2000 Bingham, .59; 3980
Bingham, .60; 1700 M. Products, 22;
2500 Madera, .39; 2600 Madera, .37;
7750 Madera, .38; 250 Hon. Oil, 4.10;
2000 Bingham, .61; 2500 Madera, .37;
600 M. Products, .28.
Henry Waterhouse Trust Co,
Members Honolulu Stock and Bond
Fort and Merchant Streets
Letter writing will bo cheaper nince
the special prices on Hurd's corres
pondence papers are in effect See the
window of the Hawaiian News Co.,
Go to the
for cooling sodas and soft
Stsfjflp rust mm
I CASTLE & COOKE, Limited
I General Insurance Agents
ff Fort and Merchant Streets
HAWAIIAN TRUST CO., Ltd.
Stocks and Bonds
Real Estate Insurance
Safe Deposit Vaults
Authorized by law to act as Trustees, Execu
tors, Administrators and Guardians
your surplus capital in
your own and your fam
ily's welfare. Start a Sav
Interest Paid on Savings
Bank of Hawaii,
Fort and Merchant
Fort Street, near Queen
Transacts a general Bankin
Invites your account and guar
antees safe and efficient service.
Exchange, Letters of Credit and
Travelers' Checks issued on
E. C. PETERS,
210 McCandless Bldg..
Honolulu, T. H.
Stocks, Bonds, Securities, Loans
Negotiated, Trust Estates
In a safe place. W pay Interest
BISHOP & COMPANY.
P. H. CURN6TTE
79 Merchant St Phone 1846
Commissioner of Deeds
California and New York
Draws: Wilis, Deeds, Mortgages and
all Legal Documents
B. F. DILLINGHAM CO., LTD.
Fire, Life, Accident, Compensation
Money to Loan
HOME INSURANCE COMPANY OF
81S Fort Street Telephone 3529
Paints, Plumbing Supplies, Building
Materials. Prices low. Houses built
on Instalment plan. Choice . House
Lota for sale.
CITY MILL COMPANY, LTD.
Telephone 2478 P. O. Box 95t
JAPANESE SILK GOODS AND CURIOS, EHION03
1120 NTJUANU STREET, JUST ABOVE HOTEW
and BONDS :
Life, Fire, Marine
Baggage or Accident
and Insurance Agents
Hawaiian Commercial 4 SQftr
Haiku Sugar Company.
Pais, Plantation Company
Maul Atrtcultural .Coflapanj
Hawaiian 8asr Ctmpaay. -Kthulal
McBryde' Sugar iptiy
Kabutiu IUilroad Oompaayl
Kauai Fruit Usd Co, LtoV
SUGAR FACTORS '
8HIPPINQ AND INSURANCE
FORT .ST, HONOLULU, T. K
illl,min na Actors:'
E. F. BISHOP. President
C H. ROBERTSON..:.?'.?
Vice-President nd" 'secretary
A. GARTLEY Vlct-PrssISSt;
E. A. R. ROSS. Treasurer
GEO. R. CARTER n,
J. R. GALT
R. A. COOKE
D. G. MAY
J. F. MORGAN CO., LTD
Information Furnished and Loans
Merchant Street Star Building
THE YOKOHAMA SPECIE BANK.
Capital subscribed. . .yen 48,000.009
CaplUl paid up yea 30,000.00
Reserre funds yen 2L30O.000
S. AWOKI, Local Manager
Electricity, fas, screccs ia all bowes
Fire 3-bedroom house; carafe; $30.
2-bedroom house; gsrage; $22.
Fln9 furnished house; garage; $40.
J. H. SCHNACK
842 Kaahumanu tit. Telephone itii
Consulting, Pec jnlng and Con '
tructina Enaineer '
Bridges, Buildings, Concrete 8truo
tures, Steel Structures, Sanitary Sys J
terns. Reports and Estimates on Pro-
Jects. Phono 1045.
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