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iIOKOUIX STAIJ BULLETIN, Tl"ESIUY. SEPTEMBER 11, 1917.
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1 I :: Business And Financial
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NEW FLOTATION SYSTEM, OF
INTEREST HERE, EXPLAINED
Krom Wall Street r.iigft .
i lie assumption oi a uiianc.ai ru
er is that hi reader arr more or le
well nosted fin the pmH r -: ' j t
wjiffji inip tlieii rut'uy. As a
matter of fa-t lew have more than a
Kiil'frfklfil knowledge of what is ha It
of the wruritifa that th"y un. A
Kreat many investors pet thli mom . the (com mentioned. hKn co.imsi -into
etirit''R without even knowing 0f oil nud air. Ai' .n uuWilis i;atu
what the companies are engaged in
manufacturing or upplytn:
rhiH i3
Few indeed are the stockholders who,
w j . . . . t
eouit give detain as to tne general
character of the o:cs and in Uiany
ItiHtaneen they do not know whether j
the mines produce gold, silver, lead.
zinc or copper, unless the name off
the company sug;eMtg it. and this can-1
not always le relied uion as accu-
rate.
For example: Butte & Superior
Copper Is alw a silver producing
mine, as are Anaeonoa. t aiumet &
Arizona, i.reene-i. anauta ana .win
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nf nn mn nrnimrtlnni hp prsreirate
Iliifta nih nm-liis- A nrnnilftlOll
... "i - - iiie iup ui in? iaiiK iu a jnuiii iieai
amounting to 20.000.(0 ounces. Most j tne bottom where the air is dis
of the zinc and lead mines carry silver eiiarged and permeates the pulp
values to some extent and gold is not j which is contained In larger pipes.
entirely absent. 1 In duo conrso tl.o nntn thus treated
There hag recently been a good
deal written about the wonderful re
sults attained by the, introduction of
the new 'notation aystenj" in the
treatment of ore, but writers on the
subject have appeared to ignore the
rfact that the invention is pure "Greek"
to most readers.
In approaching a discussion of the
subject we do so fully aware that a
technical description would be beyonJ
our own comprehension as vail as the
.comprehension of the majority of our
readers.
The newly discovered phenomenon
which appears to be unexplainabie n
based upon metal as contained in
ore being separated by means of oil
In agitation, the latter having a nat
ural affinity for metal.
The affinity is said to be greatest
and metal recovery highest when the
proportion of oil to ore Is relatively
leaeL There are several processes of
such similarity that litigation is in
progress as to their respective rights.
The process In embryo is as old as the
hills, but as perfected, to meet com
mercial condition la . comparatively
modern and resulted from experimen
tatlons with a mechanical device in
one Instance and by amplifylnp the
earlier processes in the others.
The claims of the discoverer of one
of the processes serves to disclose
the process Itself, which Is a follows:
The process of concentrating cre,
In question, consists of mltins pow
dered ore with water adding a small
proportion or oily iwuld Having a
; 3 ipr.ferentIal,afflnJty,for,etaUirerou?
- matter, (amounting to a fraction of 1
per cent on tha orej then 'agitating
- the mixtura until ti e oil-coated ruin
: eral matter forms a froth hlch goes
4 to the surface, (called flotation.)
' This froth or foam, which is the re
; v suit of from two and one-half to 10
minutes' effort, f produces oil-coated
air bubbles carrying oil-coate 3 par
ticles to the extent of about 1)0 icr
cent of the metal, content, the foam
. being sufficiently stable to permit re
coveries of practically all the metal
: . rvalue. v-
Another process has the object of
, accomplishing similar results by grav
lty. This is called th metal-siuklng
TO CLT.E A COLD III ONE DAI
tale LAZATXVS BROMO QUININE
'; (Tablets). Druggists refund money if
it U& to cure. The signature of
E. V. GROVE is on each box. Han
ttfactured by the PARIS MEDICINE
CO.. t. Louis, U. S. A.
Post-Bellum
Building Prices
Will Be Higher
l(rrUE man or men, or parties or
I corporations, who are deferring
building in anticipation of being
able to erect structure, of any char
acter, for less money at some future -date,
are laying themselves liable to
a rude awakening; one that will send
them scurrying to architects and con
tractors with rush orders and instruc
tions to have their buildings under
way, before the demand for materials
and labor have reached a still greater
' premium.-
Practically half the cost of frame
construction is lab'- and a casual sur
vey of what is happening in endeavor
It ? to Vnocl up war orders, is an in
cMe;:t.iro of what will occur when
pir-irr thnes of ' peace are rampant
cud U'his- is required to take care of
1 nirici;s of dollars worth of deferred
orders, in addition to rehabilitation
and the currying on of new projects.
Theee arc conditions not theories
- never has there been such an
amount cf excess money in the United
States and the bulk of this money is
bound to find its way into investment
channels of some nature and whatever
the nature, there is also hound to be
a corresponding pro rata of factory,
business and home building, all of
which is reason for maintaining that
now is the time to build and parties
of interest, peering into the future
with observing eye and logical
thought, cannot do otherwise than con
cur in the opinion."
Your attention is respectful
ly directed to the above arti
cle, published in the Pioneer
Western Lumberman on Au
gust 15, 1917.
LEWERS & COOKE, Ltd.
169-177 South King St.
process. Hoth are louiiie.i on It1
bume prim iples. with ue vine tie
bient.4. iiamel) . oil aud a r. The ci
, tation mixes the oil i the ii.eibl
of ihe or-; without a?:tati--i: he '
would i ernain Inert, and 1 ft alone
I ,i ;,ld i.'rod'je- no lesnlf -. The fu;H
i lion of agitation etliK :he iiijss irito
j rally sef ks the sur
and
; mt :e,a!lv economical li.ethol
of
t i tier nsucs.
preliminary to this treatment tic
...
me reduced to a puip-iike
J Mam e hv f ruahin:. crindinK and sa"-
crating ith water. It flows reaJiiy
through a trohgh to a box or tank t
Whiej, oil is Introduced by means of
K tube or pipe. A centrifugal pumr
raifes the pulp from the sump and
I forces it upward through a pipe, from
which the pulp passes into an inlet
j runnel. The pulp Mows from the fun- j
, ne downward through a pipe
antJ
enters a tank thrcuch the side. A
-. ., i- .. . i : i i.. t i
:,iii;i M1H- i uuiaiiiiii& ail lecub iiui:i
.u , .u
Is conducted to a box in which is con
tained air cells, the bottom of which
each contain four plies of canvas,
beneath which are aid compartments.
The canvas bottom is inclined thus
making the cell deeper at one end
than the other for the purpose of get
ting an even distribution of air. . A
blower injects the air through the
canvas which produces bubbles in
combination with the pulp which a
stated then rise to the surface and ex
traction is facilitated.
This modern method of ore treat
ment has enabled a number of min
ing companies which were operating
at a loss to now operate at a profit.
It has been thoroughly tried out by
copper and silver producing com
panies, which are loud in their praises
of Its efficiency. It provides another
use for oil, but so little is required in
the operation that it will not serious
ly affect the market price for the lat
ter commodity.
Should this article fall under the
eyes of a mining expert, he doubtless
would discover many discrepancies
and criticize the absence of technical
terms, but it is intended for the edifi
cation of the lay reader.
CIVIC CONVENTION TO
BE WELL ATTENDED BY
CRESCENT CITY FOLK
tSpfttial 8tr-BuUtin CorroiiUae)
HILO. Sept. 7. As far as Is now
Intention of attending the convention
in Honolulu. A few women are in
eluded In the number:
O. D. RusselL Geo. A. Cool, Chas.
Lycurgus, U H. Cook, Chas. Swain,
G. H. Vicars, C. E. Wright and wife.
J. R. Zimmerman, John K. Kai, H. D.
Truslow, A. M. Carinha, John Arru
da, J. T. Osorio," D. McH. Forbes, W.
H. Hussman, Capt. A. Duval, Horace
Johnson, M. de F. Spinola, T. R. Saiki.
R. T. Balding, Thos. Guard, John Ross
and wife, Geo. Will fong, H. D. Cor
bett and wife and James Henderson
and wife.
There may be others who are now
certain that they can attend the con
vention. It would be of great as
sistance if these people would inform
the secretary of the board of trade
of the fact beforeMonday next.
The Legion, the chief sub-division of
the Roman army, contained about
6.000 men and a contingent of cavalry.
ABSENCE OF U. S.
PHILIPPINES TRADE TO DECREASE
One OI the res lit- of the- h.s? '
ade juste s.eamship servje of A.i. : i
can reeisiry on 1 1 1 - f'aiti : th
.!iarp deciiD'- in trade between lUi"
eo.witry and tr, I'bilippiii- )n Mev
thf value of I'hipmeiit iruiii in.-'
sroiin fell to J. ". a aeairt i'.
imi.'.,oO in April. Tra'1 " Uii all nor-
uoi.t mtjuoMs territories ct tne I nn ..!
States Flinw a. dee line of more thau
j-. 'idu.niMi ff,r May. compared with
April It is ajipgrent ti.ai ti e ptim ipal
de' rasr- is v-ith the Philippines. ai.l
cause 13 adji.iued x he ihe lack o;
bottoms.
; (.'ommen e -nf tn 1'nited State with
; Alaska. Hawaii, the Philippine. Fori',
: llieo. Guam and American Saniua du--
ing .May was ai.ied at $42, 71,, '". a.
comiiared a ilii S4S,""l.,.nt,i during
Apnl For the eleven monttis eudint;
with May the total was $Jn,."4,ohii.
against JSnf.So.OiMi. Needless to state
I that this gain is represented more by
' increase in values of merchandise
i ,hr.-i.H than In nnantitv
i Shipped man in quaniuv.
MAUI PUTS IDLE !
Several hundred acres of land in the
Haiku district of Maui that formerly
lay idle are being developed for pine
apples, according to W. J. Coelho, land
office clerk and former senator, who
has just returned from a visit to the
Valley island.
"Among the interesting Jhings I no
ticed during my stay on Maui," says
Coelho, "was that the plantation com
panies keep the roads of the island
clear of weeds and rubbish. They had
gangs of men out at this work in sev
eral places."
Coelho says that M. S. Deponte has
been named as deputy sheriff for Ma
kawao district in place of David Mor
ton, deceased.
WATER OFFICE BUSY
WITH INSTALLATIONS
Fully 60 men are now engaged in
installation work for the city water
department. Of this number 35 are in
one gang on Gulick avenue, Kalihi,
where sewer mains are being laid.
Another gang of 13 men is at work
making new service connections 01.
Beretania street and eight men are
installing fire hydrants. This last
named group began work this morn
ing in the Punchbowl district where
several of the 22 new hydrants are
to be placed. Three have already
been installed in Kaimuki.
ONE-FOURTH OF WATER
RATES ARE COLLECTED
Up to yesterday approximately $4300
for water rates had been collected at
the city water department for the
quarterly period commencing on Sep
tember 1. This is estimated as more
than one-fourth of the total amount
due.
LAND INTO PINES
WEEKLY PRODUCE REP0R1
By A.T. L0NGLEY, Marketing Superintendent.
ISSUED BY THE TERRITORIAL MARKETING DIVISION
WEEK ENDING, SEPT. 7.
Island eggs are scarce and have ad
vanced three cents a dozen. Duck
eggs have also gone up. String beans
and wax beans have dropped one cent
a pound and are quite plentiful.
Island chickens are scarce and the
price has advanced slightly during the
week.
A shipment of Irish potatoes was
received the first part of this week
from Mokuleia. TheBe potatoes are
very good and are selling for three
dollars a bag. Sweet potatoes are
WHOLESALE.
Small consumers cannot tuy at these price
Island butter, lb., cartons None Hens, lb. 35 to .37
Eggs, select, doz. , ; 70 Turkeys, lb 45 to .50
Eggs, Xo. 1. doz .68 Ducks, Muse, lb ; 00 to .32
Eggs, duck, lb 55 Ducks, Pekin. lb 30 to .32
Young roosters, lb 45 to .47 Ducks, Haw., doz 7.00
VEGETABLES.
Beans, string, green 22 to .03 Peanuts, lg.. lb None
Beans, string, wax. green 04 Peanuts, sm.. lb. None
Beans, Lima in pod 3'2 to .04 Green peppers, bell 06
Beans, Maui, red 8.50 to 9.00 Green peppers, chili 06
Beans, Calico, cwt None Potatoes. Island, Irish 2.50 to 3.00
Beans, small, white ... . . 13.00 to 14.00 Potatoes, sweet, cwt 1.00 to 1.10
I Peas, dry, Is., cwt None
J Beets, doz. bunches 30
j Carrots, doz. bunches 40
; Cabbage, cwt 3.00 to 3.50
i Corn, sweet, 100 ears 2.50 to 3.00
! Corn. Haw., sm., yel. . . . 80.00 to 82.00
i Corn, Haw., lg.. yel. . . . 79.00 to 80.00
Rice, Jap. seed, cwt 6.90 to 7.00
Rice, Haw. seed, cwt. . . . 6.90 to 7.00
FRUIT.
Bananas, Chinese, bu 20 to .35 Pineapples, cwt 1.50
Bananas, cooking, bu. ... 1.00 to 1.25 Papaias, lb 1.00
Figs. 100 .90 Strawberries None
Grapes, Isabella, lb None Watermelons 03
Limes, 100. 90 to 1.00
LIVESTOCK.
Cattle and sheep aro not bought at live weight. They are slaughtered
and paid for on a dressed weight basis.
hogs, up to 150 lb 18 Hogs. 150 and over None
DRESSED MEATS.
Beef, lb 13 to .14 "utton. lb 1SU
Veal, lb 132 Pork, lb. 21 to .23
HIDES (WET SALTED)
Steer. No. 1. lb .20 Kips, lb 20 to .22
Lter.. No. 2. lb IS Goat, white 20 to .30
I Steer, hair slip IS
J FEED.
I The following are prices on feed. f. o. b. Honolulu: i
' Corn, sm., yel.. ton 90.00 Oats, ton 65.00 to fiS.OO
j Corn, lg.. yel.. ton 87.50 to 88.00 Wheat, ton 87.50 to 88.00
i Corn, cracked, ton 88.50 to 90.00 Middling, ton f.5.00
jZran. ton 52.00 to 55.00 Hay, wheat .. 35.00 to 38.00
! Barley, ton 57.50 to 58.00 Hay, alfalfa 36.00 to 33.00
j Scratch food, ton 87.50 to 90.00
News ::
TONNAGE CAUSES
The value r? the o.ns.ur.R trade a no
of shipment of merchandise f:m
erritorie? is ?et fcrt.h in the followtr.s
lame, togeiner nii tn w
total commerce
p. id. expressed
iar:
in'ludine silver ar.1
in thonands o: dol-
(
; To territr!-?
, From terntorie
Ma
!l-:.2T7
oT ."i'l
-11 Montlis
1'"'1T
12.7 li
Total eommen e
i : 1 7
14,.i.'27
To ifrritmies ...Jl'S.Ht
i'in territories. Kt'.fe'.l
Total commerce 3o6.4:!
Further analysis of the covernuier.r
statistics is deelopinn le.s rapiJiy
j than with the three otuer pnuci.;.-.i
j territories. This is attrib.it :'d solelv
j to the shortage oi ocean tonnaue.
which has- not affected the trade w'-.h
, Hawaii to the same extent as the pro
i ducts of that country, sucn as sug,-r.
are in greater demand in this country.
WORK ON HILO'S BIG
' BREAKWATER MAKING
SPLENDID PROGRESS
(Special Stir-Bulletin Correspondence.)
HILO, Sept. 7. Work on the ex
tension of the Hilo breakwater has
progressed so far that the placing of
the rock on the sub-structure is fin
ished and tuere now remains the plat
ing of the large rocks that form the
capping of the structure. This later
work is to be pushed ahead as rapidly
as possible by the contractor.
The breakwater job has been under
way for about seven years now and
still there is a tremendous amount of
work still to he done before the job
is finished. Further appropriations of
money by congress are needed and it
is to be hoped that the money be
given in the near future, or else there
v. ill be a further delay in construction
work.
As the breakwater creeps o it. man
changes are being noticed in the cur
rents of Hilo and Reed's bay. Where
formerly the water used to swing rap
idly around the whole bay, it now
drifts along slowly and debris from
the Wailoa river Is deposited at many
points around Reed's bay where be
tore it used to oe carried out to sea.
OPTIMISTIC REPORT
ON MONTANA-BINGHAM
RECEIVED LOCALLY
Shareholders 'of the Montana-Bing-ham
Co-, who sent C. G. Ballentyne
to the coast to investigate the plant
of that company, have received an
optimistic cable from him which
states that he has completed his work.
When he sent the cable he intended
to mail his report the following day.
The cablegram from Mr. Eallentyne,
in part, read as follows:
"Investigation completed. Mail re
port tomorrow. Express highest opin
ion of whole proposition. Other thaa
Utah Copper, undoubtedly best min
ing venture in Bingham district.
plentiful and the price has dropped
to a dollar ten a hundred. These po
tatoes which we are selling for a
trifle over a cent a pound, are much
cheaper to use than Irish potatoes im
ported from the coast which are sell
ing for three times as much.
Papaias are also plentiful and the
price has dropped twenty-five cents
on the hundred.
The price of bran and oats has ad
vanced a little during the past week,
while other feeds remain about the
same.
Potatoes, sweet,' red. cwt. 1.00
Taro, cL 1.10 to 1.50
Taro, bunch 15
Tomatoes I .05
Green peas, lb None
Cucumbers, doz 40 to .75
Pumpkins, lb .01 H to .02
Onions, cwt 1.50 to 1.75
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Honolulu Stock exchange
Tuesday. Sep. '!.
MERCANTILE
SVd AthC
Alexander & Baldwin
C. Brewer & Co.
SlGAR
Ewa Plantation Co 32ra 33
H;iku Sugar Co.
Hawaiian Agr. Co 42
Hawn. Com. &. Sugar Co
Hawaiian Sugar Co. 3S 38
- I
Honokaa Sugar Co
' Honomu Sugar Co
, Hutchinfon Sugar Plant
Kahuku Plantation Co.
j Kekar.a Sugar Co.
i Koloa Sugar Co
McEryde Sugar Co.. Ltd
3J4
30
9S
10
31
94
Oahu Sugar Co.
Olaa Sugar Co., Ltd .
Onomea Sugar Co. . . .
Paauhau Sugar Plant. Co.
Pccific Sugar Mill
Paia Plantation Co
Pepeekeo Sugar Co
Pioneer Mill Co
San Carlos Milling Co. .
Waialua Agr. Co.
Wailuku Sugar Co
miscellaneous
Sndiu Dev. C. Ltd
1st Is. At. 7 pc Pd
2nd Is As. fully paid. . .
Haiku Fruit & Pack., Pfd
-taiku Fruit & Pack. Com
Hawaii Con. Ry. 7 pc. A.
Hawaii Con. Ry. 6 pc. B.
t- awaii Con. Ry. Co
Hawaiian Electric Cc. ...
Hawaiian Pineapple Co. .
Hon. Brew. & Malt. Co. .
Honolulu Gas Co Ltd..
Hen. R. T. A L. Co
Inter-Island S. N. Co
Mutual Telephone Co...
37
37'
27
27
444
17.
18
20
Oahu Railway & Land Co. .....
Pahang Rubber Co 19' 4
Selams-Dindings, Ld., Pd.
Selama-Dindings, (70 pc.)
Tanjong Olok Rubber Co. 39
BONOS
Eeach Walk Imp. Dist
Hamakua Ditch Con 6s
Hawaii Con. Ry., 5 pc
Hawaiian Irr. Co., 6s....
Haw. Ter. 4 pc. ftsfund
Haw. Terr'l 4 pc Pub Imp
r'aw. Terr. Pub. Imp, 4 pc
riswn. Terr'l., V3 pc
Honokaa Sugar Co
Honolulu Gas Co., Ltd, 53
Kauai Ry. Co, 6s
Manoa 4mp. Dist
McBryde Sugar Co, 5s..
Mutual Telephone 5s
fanu R. A L. Co., 5 pc
Oahu Sugar Co, 6 pc
Olaa Sugar Co, 6 pc... 99
Pacific Guan & Fer. Co
Pacific Sugar Mill Co, 6s
San Carlos Milling Co... 100 106
Between Boards: Sales: 36 Mut.
Tel., 20; 5 Ewa, 33; 40 McBryde, 10;
10 H. B. & M 17.75; 500 Olaa, 10;
$55,500 Oahu Sugar 6 pc, 10-
Session Sales: 25, 15, 15 Oahu,
30.75; 5 Pioneer, 37.25; 5 Olaa, 9.87;
20, 25, 50 Olaa, 9.75.
Latest sugar quotation: 96 deg. test,
7.02 cents, or $140.40 per ton.
UNLISTED SECURITIES.
Tuesday, Sept 11.
OIL
eid
4.85
Asked
4.90
Honolulu Con. Oil . .
MINING
Engels Copper Mining 6.37 6.50
Mineral Products Co.. .04 .05
Mountain King Mining .15 .18
Montana Bingham Co. .53 .54
Madera Mining Co 25 .26
Sales: 11,500 M. Products, .04; 13,
000 Bingham, .50; 3000 Bingham, .51;
2150 Bingham, .52; 1000 Hon. Oil, 4.90;
5500 M. Products, .04; 50 Hon. Oil,
4.90; 1500 M. Products, .04; 2000 Bing
ham, .54.
Sugar 7.02cts
Henry Waterhouse Trust Co.,
Ltd.
Members Honolulu Stock and Bond
Exchange
Fort and Merchant Streets
Telephone 12C1
BOY'S PRANK NEARLY
COST GIRL HER LIFE
FORT COLLINS, Colo. Miss Helen
McCall of Fort Collins had a very nar
row escape from drowning in Sheldon
lake, when several boys tipped her
from a raft in deep water for a joke.
The boys became so frightened at
the young woman's struggles that
they were unable to render, her any
assistance. Two men on the bank
swam out and rescued Miss McCall.
They refused to give their names.
The manufacture of aeroplanes in
the United States has increased al
most 100 per cent within the last
year.
MINERAL PRODUCTS COMPANY.
Notice of Adjourned Special Meeting
of Stockholders.
The Special Meeting of the Stock
holders of the Mineral Products Com
pany, called for September 10, 1917,
has been by vote of the Stockholders
adjourned to Thursday, September 20,
1917, at 3 o'clock p. m., at the offices of
the Chamber of Commerce. Kauikeo
lani Building, King Street, Honolulu.
GEO. S. WATERHOUSE,
Secretary.
6888 8t
SEALED TENDERS.
Sealed tenders will be received by
the Board of Harbor Commissioners
until 2 o'clock p. m. Thursday, Sep
t mber 20, for furnishing and deliver
ing centent, rock, sand, spikes, wire,
bolts and washers to the order of the
Harbor Commission at Honolulu, T. H.
Specifications and blank forms of
proposals are on file in the office of
t e Board of Harbor Commissioners,
Capitol Building, Honolulu, T. II.
The Board of Harbor Commission
ers reserves the right to reject any or
all tenders.
W. R. HOBBY,
Acting Chairman, Board of Harbor
Commissioners.
Honolulu, T. H.. Sept 4, 1917.
6SS2 lVt
0m
Bishop QrmtMaML
Bethel Street
fYouWant
U.
CALL
CASTLE & COOKE, Limited
General Insurance Agents
Fort and Merchant Strata
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
Ennst
your surplus capital in
your own and your fam
ily's welfare. Start a Sav
ings Account.
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Interest Paid on Savings
Deposits.
Bank of Hawaii,
Ltd.
Fort and Merchant
Bankvt
Honolulu
Ltd.
Fort Street, near Queen
Transacts a General Banking
Business.
Invites your -ccount and guar
antees 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 s io Interest
BISHOP & COMK-ANY.
P. H. BURNSTTE
79 Merchant St. Phone 1849
NOTARY PUBLIC
Commissioner of Deeds
California and New York
Draws: Will3, 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
816 Fort Street Telephone 3529
LUMBER
Paints, Plumblns Supplies, Building
Materials. Prices low. Houses built
on Instalment plan. Choice House
Lots for sale. '
CITY MILL COMPANY. LTD.
Telephone 2478 P. O. Box 951
JAPANESE SILK GOODS AND CURIOS, KIMONOS
AND EMBROIDERIES
SAYEGUSA
1120 NUUANU STREET, JUST ABOVE HOTEL
TRUSTS
INSURANCE SAFE DEPOSITS
STOCKS and BONDS
IEAL ESTATE LOANS
Phone 3646
Life, Fire, Marine
Automobile, Tourists'
Baggage or Accident
Insurance.
UPON
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Alexander &
Limited
Sugar Factors
Commission Merchants
and Inturance Agents
Agents fr
Hawaiian Commercial ft Suru
Company.
Haiku Sugar Company.
Pala Plantation Company
ul;Arlcltaral ;Compacy.
Hawaiian Sugar Ccmpany.
Kahului Railroad Company
McBryde Sugar Company.
Kabuliu Railroad Company
Kauai Fruit & Laud Co, Ltd.
Honolua Ranch.
c. onra & co.
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SUGAR FACTORS
COMMISSION MERCHANTS
SHIPPING AND INSURANCE
AGENTS
FORT ST.. HONOLULU, T. H.
List of Officers and Directors:
E. F. BISHOP Presldsnt
G. H. ROBERTSON. ..
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Vice-President and 'steritar
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fc. A. K. ROSS TrtiuiM.
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C. H. COOKE
J. R. GALT
R. A. COOKE
O. G. MAY
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Director
Director
Director
Dlrsctor
Auditor
J. F. MORGAN CO., LTD.
STOCK BROKERS
Information Furnished and Loans
Made
Merchant Street Star Bulldlna
Phona 1572
THE YC'JHAMA SPECIE BANK.
LIMITED
Capital subscribed... yen 43,000,000
Capital paid up yen 30,000,000
Reserve funds yen 21,300,000
8. AWOKI, Local Manager
FOR RENT
Electricity, gas, screens in all hour.es
Maunakea SL -tore $27.6
Neat two-bedroom bouse in town; $21
Small furnished cottage for two, S15.
Neat, small cottage in town; 115.
J. H. SCHNACK
842 Kaahumanu St. Telephone 3631
PACIFIC ENGINEERING
COMPANY, LIMITED
Consulting, i t. jnlng and Con
structlng Engineer
Bridges, Buildings, Concrete Btrue
tures, Steel Structures, Sanitary Sys
tems, Reports and Estimates on Pro
jects. Phone 1045.
Baldwin
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