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HONOLULU STAB-BULLETIN, MONDAY, AUGUST 20, 191
FOUK
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Business And Financial News
Mini
TONNAGE LACK
HAY PRODUCE
SUGAR SCARCITY
Outlook of Market for Balance
of Year is Attended By
Uncertainties
'The outlook of the sugar market
for the remainder of the year ia at-
tended tth unusual uncertainties
FAVOR BILL FOR
LEASING PUBLIC
OIL PROPERTIES
NEW VAR BILL
Vl
TWO OIL
LL BRING IN
ONS
SUSPENSION OF
Fl
NEARLY 5200,000
HES TRADING
BUR ART
Honolulu popie who have followed surtaxes Made to Fall Upon
the oil eltuation In California will j Tla(1(I u,u;n1 tlKflfYlAn.
find the following deapatch from J TnOSC Having $ID,UUU HH
Waebington under date of August 2! niially and MOTe
of intereat:
"Senator Walsh'a bill to open upi WASHINGTON. D. C. Aug. 3
for private uae vaat government-, Th a tax bin under revision
coal gas, oil. phosphate and otner , M ,4 wa8 ut into fjnai form ana sesrs nave witnarawn and that
minomi landn thmuzhout the west, .j.. , " connto hv the there I a small auantitv of stiear
- . . - luuav lui i r mi l iv j . - w
it Indicated by the divergence UI deluding naval reserve lands No. 2,finace committee. It provides for ' which aa paid full duty for which
Trading was light in both listed
and unlisted securities today. Pioneer
and McBryde sugar seemed inclined to
rally a trifle, the former going up 2".
cents and the later 124 cents, but
tnere was not much demand. Mineral
Products crept up to 10 cents Btng-
nam remained stationary at 49-50.
wnile Madera dropped down to 41.
wiicv- "s uiat -.am waiian Agricultural company 340.0W;
tureshaj checked the upward trend ,10,0W); Pahang Rubber J3000; and
m uic viuuun auu in laeixanjon Olak $3000.
market, f mi uuaeiueu piaie. 1 ne re
ports 9 that practically all buyers
TBUflTS
INSTJEANOB BATE DEP03ITS
STOCKS and BONDS
ESAL ESTATE LOANS
Efcljo! Jflraat GJa, ffiflL
Bethel Street
Phone SMS
Honolulu Stock Exchange
Monday, Aug. 20.
' . ,,.i,u. Th --. iiinance comniniee. t i"um ; c , - " -" i -
inlon amonp trade autaoriuea. me ,Q California, was ordered favorably ! imat , 2 00.000,000 in taxes 7. ceiU ia being asked. Some Porto MERCANTILE
reported yesterday by the senate j to meet war expensea, but nwkes 1 Rico star is available at 7.40 centa.
ttrratth mhirh the market has ae-
- o . - x T ir-f
reloped within the past rortnigm committee. As amended the measure nQ provslon for turther bond author-1 Theiendency toward lower pricea Alexander A 'Baldwin ...
a very pracUcal dmonf,tra"n pennita the leasing or sale of gov- izatjons for sfar and the unsealed market C. Brwer A Co
tlie Donei in me imue ernment coal lanas. except in Aias- ,.aa lnrpnH(4(1 st22.000.000 ! condilbns are assumerf hv ini ...r.r I 8UQAR
Id Aaked
auppliea are likely to prove inade
quate to meet the requirements of
the American people oeiween
ka. or the leasing of oil lands, by
the eecretary of the Interior.
"That part of the Mil permitting
and January first except at a level '!private interests to work naval re
price higher than hae prevailed dur- gerve Vo , ln Caiif0rnja i,a9 been
fng the earlier half of the year," says vigy opPosed by the navy de
Faeti About Sugar. j partment, which contended that the
"The crux of the situation ia to 'companies seeking entrance to the
the word 'available. Present condi j reserve lacked proper title to the
tiona, particularly ln the ahlpping , iind. The reserve originally was
world, are so abnormal that It Is dif- withdrawn from private use, despite
flcult to determine the avallabiliU I protests of concerns who maintained djstributed approximately among the
over the total as it passed the bouse. J men mean that the New York buy- Ewa Plantation Co
About $327,000,000 waa added during ers a sellers are uninformed and un- 'K"J ouQ Co.
the last week becauae of the latest detefllned as to how. far th Mm. Hawaiian Aor. Co
war estimates. The final redraft will menlntenda to go toward controlling I Hawn' Com 9ar Co
be presented to tne senaie as a ui-1 the rice of the product durlna tha ""n ougar
partisan measure Monday, benaiors wari
La Fotieue, uore ana laumw nu agency man says ."The nrice of
sugf was getting too high. It waa
daipously high, becauae it was at
traJng too much attention. I do not
belve anyone knows what the gov
450
33
44' 2
a separate report, advocating nigner
Ux levies.
The new increase of $327,000,000
over the committee's original draft is
194
of certain aucara that orainaniy tnat their leasing rights couia not be
could be counted upon for this mar- summarily abrogated.
ket For instance, it anown uiai
there ia a balance of auar for ex
port In the Philippines variously es
timated from 75.000 to 100,000 or
dinary tons. Whether It will be poa
alble to provide transportation to the
United Statea for any part of thia
a agar, and if ao tcr what part of it,
remains a . matter of extreme uncer-
talnty. Under ordinary circumstances,
'- with the present aUtlatical position,
Javan sugar Would be : moving In
tjuantifj both ttf the United StaUs
and to Eoropeii With the present
: scarcity of ocean tonnage, however,
and "with the rapid extension of gov
- eramental control over cargo capa
city, the possibility of finding trans
v po nation facinUet; for, any .consider
able part of thi crop seemt to de
pend upon the, early adoption of a
concerted planAof , tonnage .allotment
.' - by the governments of Great Britain,
the United SUtes and Xapan.
"Another factor of uncertainty 'is
- the Question of lexports. : Tp what ex-
tent the British - commission " will
. seek further i cbmmltmenta ln the
Cuban raw market or the'lfew York
'-, ' refined market no definite .informa-
' . tion is forthcoming." Should this ex
i ? port . demand . equal that which has
prevailed dnrlngrfthte earlier, half of
'J ? the year It U difflculf ft see where
Vthf" American market icavobtata' its
; ; nomal.:pportioxijaenti:oi 'ranppliei
J . irtthout recourse to farftstern'Bugar,
' ' yM 'The 'one certain eource' of 'sopply
ion . which thi ; market ; can v rely be
V - ,'tween now and the end ot the year la
'domestic production,; which tortun
ately promises td .be greiter than In
any prevlout" yeari rroa, thle source
.there ahonld be available from eoo,-
: 000 to 100.000 tons lncludlhg the bal-
:S ance of the; Hawaiian and -.Porto Rl
: " '"'can crops, the-ew crop heet1 sugar
, : which will shortly, begin to. e avall:
: -. able and that portion of ' ihe Loul-
' - slanaOTOductlon-which, can be made
3 ready for jrket- before the end ot
.the year., borne portion, possibly the
? v greater portion, tne-:imsoi0 Cuban
production, : amounting to. perhaps
; 1 400,000 tons, we- certainly shall ob-
i tarn, v Beyond, thia ,itk la r difficult to
'., determine ) .what quantities , or from
. . what, sources it-,, will be ; possible U
; r draw. One fact Is Obvious, c Without
their Increasing' home-grown supply
v American consumers would be In as
' r i-dire straits for sugar .during the ;re
A : malnder of the-year aa are those of
' : ;;any part d Europe.. . - 5 1 r;
"A bill introduced by 8enator Phe-
lan, providing that persona operating
wells in reserve No. 2 at the time
it was withdrawn shall be entitled
to leaae the land from the govern
ment by paying one-eighth royalty
was added to the Walsh amendment.
Another bill by Senator Plttman. to
permit the operation or leasing of
lands containing potash deposit, al
so was incorporated.
As to olL gas, phosphate and so
dium lands, the bill provides that a
permit will isaue to a prospector, and
if he makea a discovery be gets
patent to one-quarter of the land
contained in his permit and he or
anyone else may leaae the balance
upon competitive bidding or as to
phosphate or sodium lands may buy
the same. All entries heretofore made
in good faith are protected
To prevent monopoly the maxi
mum is 2650 acres, with punishment
for directly or indirectly acquiring
or leasing more."
CONSUMPTION OF
SUGAR INCREASES
."In the discussion of the sugar sit
uation' that' appears from time to
time In the dally press the assump
tion Is rcry generally made that the
consumption' of sugar ln the United
States has fallen off to a consider
able extent during the present war,"
says Facts About Sugar. ''Apparently
the only basis for this Is that prices
have ruled somewhat higher thia year
than - last. Higher prices ordinarily
operate to curtail consumption. It is
taken for granted, therefore, that
consumption must be less.
"Au examination ot the facts ln
the oaf shows, as those conversant
with conditions In the sugar trade
are already aware, that the exact
contrary is the case. Instead of de
clining the average consumption of
following additional levies
On coporate incomes, $162,000,000;
additional surtaxes on individaul in
comes of $15,000 and over, $2700,
000; distilled spirits $95,000,000; beer,
$12,003,000; wines, $17,000,000; war
excess proms, ao.ouu.wu; uan
checks, $2,000,000; floor or stock
taxes on sugar, coffee, tea and co
coa, $6,000,000.
Additional taxes on incomes of cor
porations apply also to partnerships,
Joint stock companies and associa
tions, including life insurance com
panies. Their normal income tax is
increased to 6 per cent, 4 per cent
more than the present law and 2 per
Honokaa Sugar Co
nonomu Sugar Co
Hutchinson Sugar Plant..
Kahuku Plantation Co. . .
Kekaha Sugar Co. ......
Koloa Sugar Co.
ersent may do toward regulating Oahu Sugar Co. 29
svt pricca during the war." ol " . ' " ' "
tnilar advices to those sent to the Onom.. V"V
piJ were contained in tin weekly pOUhau Sugar Plant Co.
cafc market report received by Alex- Pacific Suoar Mill
ar & Baldwin from their New Pal Plantation Co.
Yk office. This cable read as fol- Peoeekeo Suoar Co.
l: I Pioneer Mill Co.
arket unsettled and all buyera San Carlos Mlllina Co
sellers practically withdrawn Walalua Aor. Co 26',
king developments. Small quantity Walluku Sugar Co.
auty asking 7.51. Porto Rlcos I MISCELLANEOUS
Endau Dev. Ce, Ltd
t is pointed out that this ia nr.t 1st It, As.' 7 ne Pd..
rly so "strong." or as ontimiMr a I 2nd Is. As. fuily paid.
it as has been sent out at otw I "Mi Fruit 41 Pack, Pd..
es during the past few weeks when H,ku..FJTult Pack- Com
33'
7'a
S7-a
fYouWant
Life, Rre, Marine
Automobile, Tourists'
Baggage or Accident
Insurance.
OALL UPON
CASTLE & COOKE, Limited
General Inonrance Agento
Fort &nd Merchant Streets
mini
18
364
26H
HAWAIIAN TRUST CO., Ltd.
Stocks f-nd Bonds
Real Estate Insurance
Safe Deposit Vaults
Authorised by law to act as Trustees, Execu
tors, Administrators and Guardians
19
cent abovo the original house andgr was climbing up from $6.20 on
committee program.
Increased surtaxes fall entirely o
Individuals having incomes of $15,
000 or above. They range from 1 pe
cent on $15,000 incomes to a max
mum of 33 per cent on incomes ln e
cess of $500,000.
An additional $1 per gallon tax
Imposed on distilied spirits wlthdra
from bond, except those used fora
dustriai purposes, increasing tue
on distilled beverages to $3.20
gallon as compared with the pres
rate of $10. The committee's
hibitory tax on grain, molasses
other ingredients ot whisky to
further manufacture also is retal;
, . Beer would be taxed $3 per b
double the present rater Wines
bear virtually treble their p
taxes. The house levy was onJ
000,000 on wines.
The $5,000,000 increase on w
rMR nrofita waa added bv Pr
rhanpfta In th soiled nl a . of fch
taxes' providing for' a total
ly 6 to the high mark of $7.52.
10 PLANS YET
i
e-
17
ofSi?er
Plans for the disposition of the
I Farm dairy herd will nrobablv not
b,Jcomnleted nnttt the re,tun of Dr.
Victor A Norgaard, territorial veter
inarian, from? the mainland, the board
or agriculture and forestry has an
nounced.
Hawaii Con. Ry. 7 pe. A
Hawaii Con. Ry. 6 pc B
Hawaii Con. Ry. Com.
Hawaiian Electrfo Co. .
Hawaiian Pineapple Co.
Hon. Brew. Malt. Co
Honolulu Gas Co- Ltd
Hon. R.T.4L Co 145
Inter-Island 8. N. Co 190
Mutual Telephone Co 19
Oahu Railway 4L Land Co 15
Pahang Rubber Co 20
Selama-Dindlngs, Pd
Selama-Dindlngs, (70 pc.)
Tanjong Olok Rubber Co 40
BONDS
Beach Walk Imp. Olst..
Hamakua Ditch Co, 6s..
Hawaii Con. Ry. 5 pc 90
Hawaiian irr. Co 6a
Haw. Ter, 4 pc Rtf una . .
Haw. Terr! 4 pc Pub Imp ....
Haw. Terr. Pub. Imp. 4 pc ... .
rtiwn. TerrL, Vt pc
Honokaa Sugar Co.
17a
..... ..
.....
V.. ''
sugar,; during the first half of the
current year has shown an appre
ciably increase as compared with the
corresptdlng" six months of 1916.
The staUttics published from week
to week showing 'the movement of
sugar reveal the fact that while total
receipts at all ports to July 1st have
beeu somewhat smaller than during
th? earlier halt of last year the dif
ference is very largely offset by the
decline in exports. Added to this ;s
the couMderstlon that the large crop
of. best sugar and Louisiana cane
have !?( tec even more completely
into consumption than waa the case
a year. ago. The remnant ot these
two crops unmarketed at the begin
ning ot July was negligible.
"The total consumption of sugar
from the various sources indicated.
deducting - exports and stocks on
hand, amounted for the first half
year of 191? roundly to 2,650,000 or
dinary tons, or very nearly 250,000
tons more then for the first six
months of 1916. This is an increase
of approximately 10 per cent, or an
average of above tour and one-half
pounds for each person in the entire
population of the country. Instead
of a faHlng off in the use of sugar,
therefore, there has been a somewhat
unusual increase thus fsr in the pres
ent year.
"It is not difficult to understand
why this has been the case. The
rule that a higher price means les
sened consumption is by no means
(Signed) BYRON It NEWTON. ,T than comnToditiek n lnd of
,tr Assistant Secretary. I prosperity. When business is ood
Uvtv'd C J0-ii i5"l7 10 21 24 27 29 and workers are fully employed at
31 Sept UfaPll ...& -v I high wages the use of sugar in
creases, . ana iaim conaiuon unques
tionably has prevailed in the United
States during recent months. The
advance in the cost of sugar, more
over, has been so much less than
that of most other food commodities
V -TREASURY DEPARTMENT ;
' i ';''1;' ' f - - ' - s
! ? 'i. t . mmfmmm ., . -; .'..' ... '
l ' ' ' ' ; ' "
5f:Wsibinsto-i' D. C July 12, HIT.
.' Th Act ' off Congress approved
March V 1916.' authorizes the Secre
; 'h tary of the Treasury to reimburse the
' ' contributors to the opening and dedi
cation of Bishop rtreet adjoining the
former-rederaV building site bounded
' by '-.s Merchant, ' : Kng and Bishop
streets, Honolulu, Hawaii. Notice is
.. ..? hereby given that the collector ot ens
f toms has been designated as the fiscal
" V agent to riuburse them (said con
; 'r tribuurs); rukag receipt : ln each
- . case, the . reluihnrsement to be the
v amount crUributed without interest:
i t' ::: and the receipt obtained by the fiscal
: acent shall be considered a& evidence
't ot the ' reimbursement,'. and the per-
sons so reimbursed shall , have no
rA ! further claim. VNo one. of the original
contributors1- shall be entitled to re-
'imbarsement? tmless the claim is filed
:th the agent within bne year -cfter
the last ' time the matter, referred to
; la advertised.- trpr furthes? informa
-, ; ten spply to the Collector . of Cus-
: ti ma. Honolulu,'. Hawaii i ,
Tha herd ia Still POnfincx) tn tha rt
at the beach, about a mile from th Honolulu Gas Co, Ltd, 5s . .
: Quarantine station, which wa nnw. Kauai Ry. Co, 6s 102
chased hv the hoard when u w on. I Wanoa Imp. Diet..
of l.2S.Of)0 000. Th S2.000.00au 'Joined bv thi Srhnman narrtaM r rnceryae sugar U0, 5a
Hnnal from Tnaulr check a wonldtxe from nntHrur the rattl. in th mr. I ""uiuai leiepnone. OS
$10,000,000 in all from that fee-! antlne sUUon. The suit has been dis- 0ahu Railway A Land Co. 105
Th committee orialnallv nlat' to continued as the mulea owned hv th nu Sugar Co, 6 pe.,.. 110
. : . r - - ik... . . 1 m. a
tax nnlv fhnrRa or la or ml""
dedded todav in pxtend the pent
rate to all checks.
The new floor or stock P on
sugar, tea, coffee and coco, the
same rates proposed in the con
sumption taxes, are levied on
wholesalers .- and retailer fv"i
lirm accumnlated anrjolles.i
An important eleventh hdns
waa to apply the new onejbank
check tax to checks of aPounts,
raising about $10,000,000 The
bill previously taxed onlyf18 'or
more than $5.
The committee also wrd a new
provision exempting from postage
letters written by Amerjwldiers
and sailors In foreign lapnd pro
vided that the proposedt? tax of
1 cent each on 25 ceuaid for
trans no rta tine narcel rfPackages
shall not apply to pack sighing
less than four . ounces
Em
your mrplus capital in
your own and your fam
ily's welfare. Start a Sav
ings Account
4
Interest Paid on Savings
Deposits.
Bgnlf lor Hawaii,
r 'Fort iand Iflerchant
Alexander &
Daltlivin
Llmltsa
company have been removed from Wl" 8uoa co, e pc... 98
quarantine. Pacific Guano & For. Co
What the board will finallv drt with Pacific Sugar Mill Co, 6s ....
the csttle is still a matter of conlec- 8an Carlos Milling Co... 101
lure, an Mr Trnrm in y, win I
Uh hem h ct h' " 'hu: B": Sales: 50 Olaa,
should be killed for the protection ot 2?" I "1?"m": JTJS
the public. nwnn ougar, fuai Q M
Session Sales: 5 Haw. Con. Ry. A,
0.50.
Dividends, Aug. 20 A. & B., $1;
H. A. Co, .40; Onomea, .40: Hawn.
Electric 1; Pahang, .10; Tanjong
oiok, .zu.
CinOETSS520
', v
SEALEO TErjDERS
j. 5f Sealed tenders ' will be received up
.to II m, on tne otn cay oi septem
3'; that it ha. enjoyed a distinct advent-
stuffs.'
Room 8, MctntjTe'BuCdlng for fur
: 'i iilshlng 20 Fire Hydrants1
. 4J srJdflcaUona"and form of proposal
- 4' may be had, upon application and a
X r:i deposit ot Twenty-flv Dollars ($25.00)
; j at the City and County (Jlerka office.
7 1? t - Any Infoimationkmay be obtained at
"ithe office ot the" Honolulu Water
,;;Works. ir-' V '
v v-r. The Board ;of Boperviaors reserves
1 ;4l Uhe right to tJt any or all tenders
w'amd to waive. all defects. ( u
4 f ! V .-..Dl: KALAUOKALANL
Vv jVa'erk. City and County of Honolulu.
i;r j 'cfit-rAcg.-ic Ms:ii6,,i7.us. 20. 21;
.--;a. T v, 22.' is, zi
NORMAL WEATH
CONDITIONlrW
ON GfN ISLE
Nearlv normal wei conaltiona
of hot and dry are ) being ex
perienced by the plf on Maui,
according to reports11 to Hon
olulu. Light showerf'r nw and
then, but not of sdP1 intensity
to do a great deald.
Grinding was finfat JIcBryde
on Auaust 8. and rjtput is very
close to 17.300 tonch a ban
ner cron for th rOn and 1S00
tona above the es
During the lattft July a
field of 36 acres M0 as har
veated. The yieldF follows:
Tona cane per a7 67.37
Tona sugar per m 9-85
Quality ratio M3
Sucrose in cane 15 06
Fiber in cane - 2-Q
Kekaha finialfind,n on the
ninth with an of 19.179,125
tons. This isfmDer crP for
Kekaha. Beaidf bi "OP a field
of considerable 8 allowed to
go over to ne
REFINED Si WILL
NOT RE? 9 CENTS,
$IEF LOCALLY
CONTRACT FOR FISH
CANNERY IS AWARDED
The contract for the construction of
the fish cannery at the corner of
First and Cooke streets has been let
to George Yamada, who will begin
work on the building in a few days.
The structure is to be 150 feet long
by 50 feet wide, with concrete floors
and one story in height The pack
ing equipment is here and it includes
four retorts, boilers and other ma
chinery. "V The cannery la being started by W
P. English. , local representative of
the Cauiomla-HawaUan Packing Co,
I'HiGUERS
FORFEIT BONDS
Latest sugar quotation: 96 deg. test
7.40 cents or 148 per ton.
UNLISTED SECURITIES.
OIL
Honolulu, Aug. 20.
Ltd.
Fort Street, nesr Queen
Transacts a General Banking
Bualneaa.
Invites your account and guar
antees safe and efficient service.
Exchange, Letters of Credit and
Travelers' Checks issued on
principal points.
Cable Transfers .
TST5
Sugar Factors
Commission Merchaatj
nd Insurance Agents
Agents for
Hawaiian Commercial Bvgu
Company. '-( .,:. : .
. Haiku Sugar CmpM'X
Maui Agricultural Company 'l
Hawaiian Sugar Cttapany, vv
; Kahuluf Railroad Ccmpany 7;
McBryde -Sugar Company.
Kahullu Railroad Compaaylv:''
; Kauai Fruit Js Land Co, LM.
- iioaoiua ttanca.
- . i . ;
. : vwa
(LIMITED)
4- .
- n -
SUGAR FACTORS
COMMISSION MERCHANTS
6Hlf PINO s AND INSURANCE
AGENT r: X
Honolulu Con. Oil...
MINING
iCal. Hawn. Dev. Co.
Bid
4.55
Asked
4.60
Fifty-two gamblers arrester in a re
cent raid by Detective Captain Ar-
thus McDuffle, forfeited their bail
in police court thia morninsr when
they failed to appear for hearing, thua E"9'S Copper Mining 6.75 6.872
enriching the city and county coffers Mineral Products Co. .09 .10
by $520. Mountain King Mining .21 .25
Rv a WAlLnlannari ioham. I TlDD. Gold Min. A Mill. .03
McDuffle arrested the eamblera laat MonUna Bingham Co. .49 .50
Saturday night for nlaylne naikau and Madera Mining Co. . . .41 .42
seven-eleven. Most of them were Ori- ales: 600 M. Products, 10; 425 M.
entals. Products, .09; 7200 Bingham, .49; 13..
John Boraes. habitual drunkard, was 300 Bingham, .50; 6500 Madera. .42:
sent to the reef for three months to 250 Hon- 0,, 455J 75 M- Products, .09;
sober up. Henjry Kapaoa, who sold 2000 Madera, .42; 175 Engela, 6.75; 100
wine and been at Kakaako without a Binflham, g.
E. C. PEJERS
210 McCandless Bldg.
Honolulu, T. H.
Stocks, Bonds, 8ecurltiea, Leans
Negotiated, Trust Estates
Managed
Keep your
SAVINGS
in a safe place. We pay s m Interest
BI8HOP COMPANY.
license, was fined $250.
F. A. GilL a aallor, who asaaulled
W. E. Hughes, vicilian, on King street,
near Lewers & Cooke, had his caae
dismissed for lack of evidence.
KAUAI IS ENTHUSIASTIC
OVER CIVIC CONVENTION
Sugar
Raymond C. Brown, secretary of the
chamber of commerce and chairman
of the civic convention committee, re
turned Saturday from Kauai where
he has been for the past week on a
tour of publicity for the convention.
Henry Waterhouse Trust Co,
Ltd.
Members Honolulu Stock snd Bond
' Exchange
Fort and Merchant Streeta
Telephone 12CS
7iA i r. M, BunNaTTE
4UCIS 79 M,rchant 8L phon iw
nuiAHT PUBLIC
Commissioner of Deeds
California and New York
Draws: Wills, Deeds, Mortgages and
all Legal Documents
was elected president of the Kauai
chamber of commerce at a meeting
last Thursday. Crawford succeeds F.
Patterson. Other officers wer. re-
He aays that the Kauai people seem elected, as follows: T. Brandt, vice-
to oe very enthusiastic over tne con- nresident: L. D. Timmons. secretary:
Insurance
B. F. DILLINGHAM CO, LTD.
PHONE 4915
Fire, Life, Aocldent. Compensation
8URETY BONDS
FORT ST HONOLULU, TV W
List of Officers and Directors:
E. r. BISHOP President
G. H. ROBERTSON
Vice-President and Manager
R. IVERS
Vice-President and Secretary
AT VlePrMldent
ft, A. r. ROSS Treaaura
GEO. R. CARTER DlrLJZ.
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J. R. Q ALT
R. A. COOKE
O. Q. MAY
Director
Director
Dlreetof
Auditor
J. F; MORGAN C0.f LTD.
STOCK BROKERS
Information Furnished and Leans
Made
Merchant Street Star 8uildlne '.
Phone 1572
THE YCOHAMA SPECIE BANK.
LIMITED -
Capita subscriDed...yen 43.000.0M
Capital paid up yen 30.000.0M
Reserve funds yen 2U00.009
S. AWOKI, Local Manager
J a..j
Local sugfi ao ni oeeve
sugar will gfme cenia ior.tne
propneaiea oy an
lett refinery, if
released from
rmit the trans por-
from Java and the
refined pro
official of
sufficient
other trad
tatlon of t:
Philippine
Willard
are 600,00'
report that there
sugar in Java and
76 000 tonf6 Philippines await
ing shipn? market The re
duction ofdav the dy be
fore in tf5 aaked for refined
may be aiaUon tht Great Brit
ain haaled bottoms for the
ahipptagF,17 Droduct from
S-r tA,fo thtt ere are
rrrPctthe movement of the
vention and a large delegation from
the Garden island is anticipated.
Mr. Brown reports that Joseph H.
Moragne, road supervisor, will talk
at the convention on road maintenance
from the standpoint of Kauai. Each
Island is to have a good roads speaker.
J. I. Silva, treasurer; V.
auditor.
N. Stewart,
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
Money to Loan
HOME INSURANCE COMPANY OF
HAWAII, LIMITED
1 316 Fort Street Telephone 352)
LUMBER
Bit.), PlnmklK. Sunnll. ftulltflmw
.V., X ' 7 ,. ... ft V V,' Materials. Prioee low. Heueee built
KAIMUKI LAND CO., LTD.
At the postponed Annual Meeting of
the Kaimuki Land Co., Ltd., held at I
the office of The Henry Waterhouse
SMELTER RETURNS ON
Diisunrtm nun vhj,aju iih. wnowmg uiiicera una ai 0n Instalment plan.
i I rcciora wore eirtieu iu nerve lur iuc i fQr SSle.
a camegram receivea irom sion- ensuing year
Choice House
tana-Bingham Saturday says that the
smelter returns for August from
present indications will be 115,000.
It is expected that the mill will be
running at a capacity of 200 tons daily
by September 16. The tunnel which
is to cut the Mayflower vein will be Campbell; and John Guild, Auditor.
completed before September. J- M- laird.
secretary.
Frank Crawford, cashier of the Li-1 .- Honolulu; Hawaii, --Aug. '171917.-
R. W. Shingle Preaident
F. E. Steere Vice-President
H. Dunshee Treasurer
J. M. Laird Secretary
Directors R. W. Shingle, F. E.
Steere, H. Dunahee, J. M. Laird, A. N.
CITY MILL COMPANY. LTD.
Telephone 2478 P. O. Box 95T
FOR RENT
Electricity, gas. streets ln all houses
Flee 3-bedrocn house; garage; ISO.
Neat 2-bedroom houae ln town; 321.
Maunokea St 'tore I27J9
Small furnished ootagj for two, $15.
J. H. SCHNACK
842 Kaahumanu 3t Telephone 3313
PACIFIC ENGINEERING '''
COMPANY, LIMITED
Consulting l et jntag and Con
structing Engineers
Bridges, Bulldlnga, Concrete Strut
tares. Steel Structures. 8 an Mary 8ytT?
terns. Reports and Estimates on Pre
Jeets. Phone 1043.
JAPANESE SILK GOODS AND CURIOS, KHX0U03
AND EMBEOIDBBIES
SAYEGUSA
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