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HONOLULU STAE-BULLETIN, TUESD AW JULY 24, 1917
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Statement of Resources and Liabilities at Date June 30th, 1917.
ASSETS. LIABILITIES.
Cf,h (Clients Credit Balance. . .$311,071.08
On Ih'nl $ 1.63.41 Employes" Benefit Find... 12.853.00
In Bank 161 4379 $163,101.30 j All Other Liabilities 1.17950
Secured ix-ans and Clients , I
lHt Halar.cs ., 36.32t.24 '
Bond 136 448.66
Stocks in o-.he- Corpora- i
tk,n J0.574.57 I
Real Estate Furniture and j
ntfnfW ' 25.731.02
Emptor Benefit Fend !
Investment Account ... lS.S53.Ofi
AJ1 dther" Assets 4.860.36:
' ?808,5SV.15
f rrr!t"ry c Hawaii, )
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Cay and Cocty of Honefalc. )
f. H: H. WALKER, Asslataut Tiacurr of the HAWAIIAN TRUST
CO?i?AVV. LIMITED, do .WwinI wear that the above statement Is true
to the tcrt of rjy.koowujga &ud blf
(Sinei H. H. WALKER.
Subscribed an rwca levre o.. ".ji
7U- Cay of Jul, A. !. 1M.
tSiSTied) J. E. O'CONN'JK.
Ivai.irv TuMir, First Judicial Circuit,
Territory of Hawaii.
CS3 July iO. 14 17.
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; Chicago
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Kansas City
t,.at' Ya 1m than ordinary fares.
- Similar redactions to other eastern
points.
Dates to start from San Francisco
Julr24. 25. 31.
Augnst 1, 14, 15. 28, 29.
Others in September.
Hetnrn limit three months.
Stopovers permitted en route.
Call, phone or write
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H. E. VERNON,
General Agent,
926 Fort St.,
Honolulu
Phone 4023
Hawaiian Trust
Company, Ltd.
Surplus of Assets Over Lla-
billtles.
Capital Stock. . .$200,000.00
Surplus 200.0OO.00
Undivided Profit-. 83.7P5.57
483.7F5.57
$80g,8S9.13
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"The Santa Fc will sell, for f ollow
V Jng dates, round trip tickets to
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75 rjETJTS PER nONTH
U. S. SUGAR CONSUMPTION FOR SIX IMIiSTOCKS
MONTHS INCREASES 228,809 TONS
By WILLETT & GRAY
- NEW YORK. N. Y., July 5 We
print figures of the consumption of
sugar in the United States for the
first six months of this year as 2.
366.542 tons, against 2,137.733 tons for
the same period last year or an in
crease of 228.809 tons, or 10.7 per
cent. The Atlantic Ports refiners'
business has not been as large as last
year; the total meltings are less and
the exports have ben only somewhat
more than half of those of the first
six months of last year. The At
lantic Ports' business for domestic
consumption shows a trifle larger than
last year, but the increase Is only
14.225 tons, while in 1915, the net
domestic business was larger than
! either this or laft year. In fact'the
i entire matter can be summed up by
saying that it would Beem as it the
Atlantic Port refiners were not get
ting their share of the natural In
crease in the consumption of the
United States. If the war revenue
bill is enacted as amended by the
finance committee of the senate, the
Meltings at Atlantic ports New York,
Philadelphia and Boston)
Of which were Louisiana and Texas
crops
Deduct exports of raw and refined
from Atlantic ports
Consumption through:
Atlantic ports, not Including
Louisiana and Texas sugars
New Orleans, not Including Louisi
ana and Texas sugars
San Francisco, not including Louisi
ana and Texas sugars
Galveston, not including Louisiana
and Texas sugars
Total consumption of sugar from
foreign countries and Hawaii,
Porto Rico and Philippine Is
lands Louisiana and Texas cane crops con
sumed United States beet crop consumed . .
Various sugar from foreign molasses.
United States maple, etc
Total consumption sugar pro
duced in Continental United
States "
Total six months' consumption of
all sugar in the United States
from January 1 to June 30
Increase 228,809 tons, equal to 10.7
per cent
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1U11 UL1!
(By Willett & Cray.)
NEW YORK ,N. Y., July 5 Static
tics by special cable. Cuba. Tbe
entire island:
ReceipU, 34,775 tons, against 34,895
tons last week, 25,950 tons last year
and 18,300 tons in 1915.
Exports, 60,434 tons; stock 698,233
tons, against last year 659,256 tons.
Centrals grinding, estimated, 15;
against, estimated, 24, last week, 15
last year and 14 in 1915.
Stocks in the United States and
Cnba together of 1,004,877 tone,
against 1,060,75a tons last week: and
917,400 tons las: year, an Increase of
87,477 tons from last year.
Raws The market as we went to
press last week was strong at 5c
c.Af. (6.40c), and daring the greater
part of the week the strong tone was
maintained. It was only daring the
end oi the week that the market be
came easier.
The market has been chiefly affect
ed by the demand from England for
Cubas, partly to replace sugars sun i
by submarines. This European busi
ness, which was chiefly done at 5o
f.o.b. Cuba, amounted close to 100,000
tons.
There has also been a demand for
refined from European countries,
which caused refiners to purchase
freely in competition with the United
Kingdom, and prices advanced until
5Hc c&i. (6.52c) was reached for
sugars in store and for August ship
ment At this point tbe market hesi
tated and then became easier, wlti
sales at 5 7-16c c.&f. (6.46c). As we
go to press there are sales of lat
July at 5 5-16c c&f. (6.33c), a decline
of 3-16c from the high point
Porto Ricos sold at 6.27c and later
at 6.20c.
Full-duty sugars were fairly active,
with last sales at 54c c:i:f:
Atlantic ports statistics are as fol
lows: Receipts 43,968 tons, meltings
63,000 tons, stocks, 283,686 tons.
Refined There 'ias' been no change
In the situation during this week.
American are accepting a limitea
amount of business dally, at 7.50c
basis. Howell and Arbuckle continue
withdrawn and Federal and Warner
quote 8.00c. At this level, however,
the demand is very light but at the
7.50c basis there is a good businesa
in hand. Federal and Warner can
ship promptly; other refiners are de
layed. At the close there is a somewhat
easier tone to the market especially
as regards soft sugars.
Some 7,000 to 10.000 tons of Granu
lated for export have been sold dur
ing the week. Present quotation is
on the basis of 7.25c. net cash, in
bond.
m
Daniel Naone, or 132 Kawaiahao
street, died shortly before 4 o'clock
yesterday afternoon at the Queen's
hospital The funeral will be held at
3:30 this afternoon from SHva's under
taking parlors, the interment to be
made , in Kawaiahao cemetery.
Naone was a widower, painter, native
6X ttis city, and 52 rears ld. v
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SUSTAINS STRONG
SUGAR MARKET
eastern refiners will suffer even more
by loss of the export trade.
Under the influence of high prices
caused by war conditions and further
protected by tariff rates, the western
beet and cane interests have been get
ting more than their share of the
business, as shown by the Increase in
consumption of domestic beet of 60,
179 tons and through San Francisco
increase of 15,240 tens. San Fran
cisco has had two big years. This
year's six months San Francisco fig
ures are almost double those of 1915.
It will be remembered San Francisco
went forward last year with an enor
mous stride.
New Orleans this year was able to
come in for a good part of the in
crease, for the reason that the dis
turbing factors that have been ham
pering refining operations in that city
have been removed. Louisiana crop
was larger last autumn and very lit
tle of the old crop remains on hand.
A year ago but little crop domes
tic beet sugars remained unconsumed,
and this year the amount is even
smaller.
1917 1916 , 1913
Tons Tons Tons
1.424.000 1,537.000 1.346,000
13,974 2.068 2,540
1,410.026 1,534.932 1,343.460
197.395 336.526. 71,718
1,212,631 1.198.406 1,271,742
293,162 203.640 170,335
254,777 239,537 147,767
25,256 24,215 23,400
1,785,826 1,665,798 1,613.244
109,301 58,279 109,343
470.715 410.536 382,736
700 3,120 3,113
580.716 471,935 495.192
2,366,542 2,137,733 2,108,436
ATTBIPISROB
(Special SUr-BuIlatla Oorraspoadanca.)
WAILUKU, Maui, July 20. An at
tempt was made last night by some
would-be cracksman to bore into the
vaults of the Baldwin National bank,
at Kahului, with an ordinarv brace
and a half-inch carpenter's bit. No
money was inthe bank outside the
vault and the burglar departed empty
handed after apparently satisfying
himself that his tools were no good
against several feet of concrete and
steel.
Entrance to the bank building was
effected through a window which ap
parently had been left unlatched. Be
fore entering the place, the prowler
took the precaution to cut the tele
phone wires, which he possibly
thought were burglar alarm connec
tions. The vault is surrounded by an
ordinary tongue-and-groove facing,
and apparently this was all the burg
lar expected to find between himself
and the gold and silver stored within.
LARGE COPPER BODY
UNEARTHED BY FORTUNA
That the recent strike made at the
Fort una, one of the properties of the
Montant-BIngham Consolidated Tim
ing Co, at the 1000-foot level, has de
veloped a large body of copper ore
which assays 6 per cent, is the report
received here Sunday night from J. E.
Higgins, general manager of the For
tuna. Between the 800 and 1200-foot
levels there is 1,000,000 tons of cop
per ore blocked out which averages
2 per cent and up.
The tunnel In the Montana-Bingham
property is being pushed and contact
with the 1200-foot level of the "For
tnna is expected soon and the face
the face of the tunnel is showing in
creased copper enrichments. One
unit of the oil floatation mill at the
Fortuna was finished last week and
is now turning out 100 tons daily.
Additional units will be erected as
fast as the machinery is received on
the ground.
ENGELS COPPER SHOWS
BIG PRODUCTION GAIN
The Engels Copper Company pro
duced 517,516 pounds of copper dur
ing June, or a gain of 61 per cent over
the same month last year, according
to a report received here. The month
shows gains throughout except that
the concentrates show a slightly
lower percentage of copper, wliicii is
accounted for by the fact that a larger
amount of high grade ore was shipped
without first having been concen
trsted.
Figures in the report show that 12.
519 tons of ore were shinned as
against 9758 in June, 1916. and 1.476.-1
953 pounds of concentrates as against j pects of improvement of any weak
915,441 a year ago. Recovery jumped I spots in tbe immediate luiure. Tba
from 73.57 to 7,9.4 per cent and the j second covers the hotel and garar:r
concenttate percentage was 34.31 per I facilities available in each locality
cent as against 35.2. igolf courses, institutions of higher ed
AMERICAN JOINS BRITISH
PULLMAN. Wash. John Binns, of
the 1916 Washington state college
class, who was chosen Rhodes scholar
to attend Oxford, has enlisted iu the
British, army." v..-. i--A-U,-:','.
MAKE RECOVERY
Seme of the unlisted stocks showed
a recovery today. Bingham sold at
64 for 1100 shares but was also quoted
at 60 bid. Madera also went op to
35 on sales of over 19.000 shares
Engels was quoted this morning at
$6.S7Vs. Sugar stocks remained about
the same.
Honolulu Stoc;: Exchange
Tuesday, July 24,
MERCANTILE
Id Asked
Alexander A. Baldwin
C. Brewer & Co
SUGAR
Ewa Plantation Co. . 33 4 34
Haiku Sugar Co.
Hawaiian Agr. Co. ......
Hawaiian Com. dL Sug. Co.
Hawaiian Sugar Co
4' 2
37
47! 2
48
38
Honokaa Sugar Co.
Honomu Sugar Co.
Hutchinson Ougar Rant. ...
Kahuku Plantation Co. . . 18
ekaha Sugar Co. . 200
Koloa Sugar Co. 170
McBryde Sugar Co., Ltd. 103,
11
31
13'
Oahu Sugar Co
Claa Sugar Co., Ltd. . .
Ortomea Sugar Co
Paauhau Sugar Plantation
Pacific Sugar Mill
4lM .
13
16
19
Paia Plantation Co.
Pepeekeo Sugar Co 48
Pioneer Mill Co 37
38
28
28
San Carlos Milling Co. . . 27
Waialua Agr. Co. :
Wailuku Sugar Co
MISCELLANEOUS
Endau Dev. Cs Ltd
tst 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. .
Hawaii Con. Ry. 6 pc. B. .
Hawaii Con. Ry. Com
Hawaiian Electric Co. . . .
Hawaiian Pineapple Co. .
Hon. Brew. & Malt Co. . .
Honolulu Gas Co., Ltd.
6',
44
H'a
121
44'2
17
Hon. R. T. A L Co
Inter-Island Steam Nav
Mutual Telephone Co
Oahu Railway A Land Co
Pahang Rubber Co. .
Selama-Dindings Plan. Ld. 13
14
Selama-Dindlngs P., 63 pc
Tanjoofl Olok Rubber Co.
BONDS
Beach Walk Imp. Dist...
102
Hamakua Ditch Co., 6s
Hawaii Con. Ry. 5 pc . 89 91
Hawaiian Irr. Co., 6i
Haw. Ter. 4 pc. Refund
Haw. TerrM 4 pc Pub Imp
Haw. Terr. Pub. Imp. 4 pc
Hawn. Terr'L, Vt pc . . . . .
Honokaa Sugar Co., 6 pc ..... .....
HonolulrNGas Co., Ltd., Ss 105 .....
Kauai Ry. Co., 6s 102 . . , . .
Manoa Imp. Oist
McBryde Sugar Co., 5s . . .
Mutual .Telephone 5s
Oahu Railway & Land Co
Oahu Sugar Cc 6 pc. ..
110
Olaa Sugar Co, 6 pc 99 '2
Pacific Guano Far. Co. 100
Pacific Sugar Mill Co
San Carlos Milling Co.
Between Boards: Sales: 10, 100,
25, 15 Olaa, 13.50; 10 Waialua, 28; 25
Hawaiian- Sugar, 37; 8 Oahu Sugar,
30.75; 100 H. B. & M. Co., 1630; $1000
Haw. Cons. 5 pc, 89.75; $1000 Hono.
Gas 5 pc 5 pc, 105.
Session Sales: 25, 5 Olaa, 1330; 10
Hawn. Pines, 4430; ,10 McBryde,
10.37J2.
Note The sale of 30 Olaa on the
sheet yesterday should have been
Oahu.
Latest sugar quotation: 96 deg. test.
635 cents, or $131 per ton.
SBE 1
UNLISTED SECURITIES.
Tuesday, July 24.
Bid Asked
OIL
Honolulu Con. Oil. . .
MINING
Cal. Hawn. Dev. Co...
Engels Copper Mining
Mineral Product Co..
Mountain King Mining
Tipp. Gold Min. & Mill.
Montana Bingham Co.
Madera Mining Co
3.90 4.05
6.87 Y2
.19
.20
.60
.34
7.00
.20
.25
.10
.63
.35
Sales: 2575 Engels, 6.75; 1650 Hon.
Oil, 3.95; 3070 Madera, .34; 16,200 Ma
dera, .35; 12,450 M. Products, .20; 1100
Bingham, .64; 1000 Bingham, .63; 100
Engels, 6.87 !
Sugar 6.55cts
Henry Waterhouse Trust Co,
Ltd.
Members Honolulu Stock and Bond
Exchange
Fort and Merchant Streets
Telephone 12C8
SECURING DATA ON
NATIONAL HIGHWAY
By Asaociattd PreisJ
SPOKAau:, Wash. Accurate data
for the information of the war depart
ment and anyone who may desire to
know tbe condition of the national
parks highway is being sought by
Frank W. Guilbert of Spokane, exe
cutive secretary of the association
which sponsors this road across the
northern tier of states.
Two sets of blanks are being
used. One shows the , exact physical
condition of the entire mileage o
the highway which extends from Chi
cago to the Pacific coast and the pros
ucation and list of unusual interesting
institutions, or attractions which
might prove alluring to anyone enn
sidering tbe use of the highway.
A meeting, of the harbor bcart
wiH be held at U30 ThursUar ailei
noon ia the Ca ritol basement-; '
TBUSTS rA.
REAL ESTATE LOANS
STOCKS and BONDS
INSURANCE SAFE DEPOSITS 1
Bethel Street
fYouWant
CALL
CASTLE & COOKE, Limited
General Insurance Agento 1
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
f J
Enlist !
your sarplus capital in
your own and your fam
ily's welfare. Start a Sav
ings Account.
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Interest Paid on Savings
Deposits.
Bpk .of JlAVail,
Fort and Merchant
Bank ol
Ltd.
Fort Street, mar Queen
Transacts a general Bankina
Business.
Invites year account and guar
cntees safe and efficient service.
Exchange. Letters of Credit and
Travelers' Chocks issued on
principal points.
Cable Transfers
E. C. PETERS
210 McCandless Bldg.
Honolulu, T. H.
Stocks, oBonds, Securities, Loans
Negotiated, Trust Estates
Managed
Kes your
SAVINGS
in a safe place. We pay Interest
BISHOP & COMPANY.
P. H. CURN6TTE
79 Merchant St. Phone 184
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 BOND8
Money to Loan
HOME INSURANCE COMPANY OF
HAWAII, LIMITED .
816 Fort Street Telephone J529
LUMBER
Painta. Plumbing Supplies, Building
Materials. Prices low. Houses built
on Instalment plan. Choice House
Lots for safe.
CITY MILL COMPANY. LTD.
Telenhone.247S . O. Box 9i
Honolulu
JAPANESE SILK GOODS AND CTJBIOSKIlIOIICo
: AND EIJCBE0IDEIIIE3 .f ' r - '
14 U U All U Ijl. . .1.
Phone 3646
Life, Fire, Marine
Automobile, Tourists'
Baggage or Accident
Insurance,
UPON
Ltmltcs:
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Sugar Factors " ri
Ctominissioii 'liwSSmti'? (
and insurance Aets, t
A flints far
Hawaiian Commercial A Basil
vompasy.
Haiku Sngar Company1, h
ia PlaAUUOQ Coicntiir.-. ;
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grictJlturai C6at-ar.
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"--mi" owwr auonnaa' . v i
Kahulnl Railroa4 C2nipaaC P
McBryde Sogar Compaaj;
Kahullu kaUroad ComptSf, X'
ianal Fruit ft Land Co, t LtdJL i
Honojua Ranch. - - 5 ,y ; . v
a EMflfiCO.
(LIMITED)
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SU OA fit F ACTO RS t
COMMISSION MERCHANTS
SHIPPINO-ANO INSURANCti
A'GENTft
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FORT ST,' HONOLULU TV'fi
List of Officers and OlrtctartV
E. r, BISHOP. ....... Preaitf af
a H. ROBERTSON.:.?;
rverTI"".. "d Man9tr
Vice-President and SeereUry
AGARTLEY VicPreaident
E. A. ft. ROSS Treasurar
GEO. R. CARTER Director
Sa A mm ww
Olrector
J. R. CALT
R. A.. COOKE
O. G. MAY
Oirector
Director
Auditor
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J. F. MORGAN CO.; LTD., ; ;
stock brokers i
Information furnlhf mm V2i ' "
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THE YC'OHAMA SPECIE BANK.
LIMITED 7
Capital subscribed... yen 4S.000.009
Capital paid op yen 30,000,000
Reserve funds yen 2L300.00Q
8. AWOKI, Local Manager
FOR RENT f
Electricity, gas, screens la all bonfes
Flee 3-bedroom house; garage; $30.
2-bedroom house; garage; 25. . -
Maunakea 8L rtore. .......... :.;
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Consulting re; jntag and Con- .
ctrncting Engineers , ? . r 1,
Bridges. Buildings, Concrete 'stnio r
tares. Steel Strnctnres. Sanitary Sys'(
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