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HOXOLTJLTT STA"R-BUTXKTIK; TITtTRSDAY, OCTOBER 25,1317.
71 TOUR I - ' II II I - Jl lis-; ; ' . Distillate, Crude Oil and- : ' ; 1 ;- Kerosene . ' ' : DURANT-IRVINE CO., 1.TD. 45 King St V Phone 1962 Alexander Limited SugprFactors Commission Merchants and Insurance Agents Agents for Commercial .awalian U Zugz.: Company. 7 Haiku Sugar C jinpany. . Paia Plantation Comply. Maul Agricultural Company. Hawaiian Sugar Comp&ny. Kahulul Rallfoau Company, McBryde Sugar Company. Kahului Railroad Company. Kauai Fruit & Land Co, Ltd. Honolua Ranch .. you are using one-half more gas than is really, necessary to do your cooking? a Gacaver Today It - will reduce your gas consumption 40 to 50 per cent.' V! - ." . The Wizard Gasayer makes a perfect combustion by com bining an extra,-amount of oxygen with the gas, causing an intense concentration, giv ing the same heat with about one-half -the flow of gas. - -v;r -v:.. . Price 35c each. .v. ? V.V.Dimondd'CoiLtd., "The House of Housewares 1 ; 53-65 ng St Honolulu Piione 4937 You; Take No, Rick ;- when you serv your country by subscribing to the Liberty Loan. . With -your young men willing and - anxious to offer their lives, the least we who stay at home can do Is' to lend our money for their support. Ycu loan Vow money to the cafest bank in the world and receive A Inte-esL paid every Six months. This bank will gladly give detailed information and receive subscriptions, no charge being- made for the service. . . Baldwin Do You Realize Buy wizard Act Now! The Time is Limited! ' - - Bishop & Company Savings Department j" v B(Dlh3 l-DTQ 40 HOUSE LOTS AREliVS range from 5000 square feet to 10,000 square feet. Prices range from 4 cents per square foot to 7 cents per square foot. Prices range from $250 to $400 per lot Location Just below the old Booth Homestead, fithin a few hundred yards of the ' Nuuanu earline or the Emma Street carline. Soil Fertile, many fine trees growing, ewer and water piped to each lot. -5f APS"-'1''"" .t -J- ; . 0 Straw Felt Forme An kinds of Hat Cleaning T. OZU HAT STORE Opp. Love's bakery, 1 123 Nuuanu Street MILLINERY MR! BLATT formerly MacGreg- ,1 Blatt now at 1122 Union St Special Prir.es on CYCLOPEDIAS PATTEN'S Hotel St Go to the Quality inn for cooling sodas and soft drinks. THE J. S. WINVICK CO. PADCVITBE3G Paper Hanging arc Oecorating Rear Stangenwald Bldg. Phone 3134 Estimates Cheerfully Furnished. Mam" Service, Comfort, Style and Safety is my motto. 1917 COLE 8 By Appointment: A. POMBO ("Bumps") . Wailuku, MauL C. BREIVER t CO- (LIMITED) SUGAR 7ACT0RS COMMISSION MERCHANTS SHIPPING AND INSURANCE AGENTS FORT ST, HONOLULU, T. H. List of Officers and Directors: E. F. BISHOP. . . . . . i . President G. H. ROBERTSON.......... ..Vice-President a. d Manager R. IVERS : Vice-President and Secretary A.' GARTLEY. i . Vlce-President E. A.. R. ROSS. . . . . .Treasurer GEO. R. CARTZRJ.. . .Director C. H. COOK......... Director J. R. GALT. ...... .... Director R. A. COOKE. . . . ...Director D. G. MAY. ... ........ Auditor 121 LIBERTY BOND in Every Home ESTATE MATS ,a ;P 1 y -sf ri. 1 A Q 0MME.RG1AL SUGARSHOKTAOE IV LAST WELL Hoover Counts on Hawaiian Crop to Relieve Situation in the East WASHINGTON. D. C. Octlfi The eastern Piaies iace a sugar miui m;c j with no prospect of relief before lalet in Aovenioer wnen uie Hawaiian anu , . i . i . r . ti .1 i INTO NOVEMBER Western beet cropn arrhe In a state- J the Vaentine end of ue property. The ment tonicht forecasting the shortage; big niile.,ong coinage and transpcr the food commission again appealed j taUoQ tuia,e is c,0be (Q lt3 objective. to the American icoile to cut QOn their consumption of candy and sweet drinks, and at the same time gave warning that retailers already have received their stocks at prices recently agreed upon, and the public should pay no more during the temporary scarcity in the East thantit has been paying during the past 30 days. The shortage is due, the food ad ministration says, to the failure of the public, outside of a few loyal homes to reduce consumption and the un usual exports to France in order that 1 the French people may have their meager ration of one pound of sugar per. person per month Prices Are Fixed In regard to prices attention is called to the fact that by agreement the price of beet and Hawaiian sugar has been fixed at 7 1-4 cents a pound, At lantic and Pacific seaboard basis un der which the maximum retail price at interior points should be 8 1-4 cents, while by an agreement with the cane refiners and Cuban producers the price of cane sugar has been held down so that it shpald reach the consumer at about 9 cents a pound. - The administration notes that it still is vaiting a reply to its appeal to the, Louisiana producers to join in the agreement. Shortage Is Temporary "There will be a temporary short age In the supply of sugar to the area north of Savannah and east of Pitta burg," the food administration's state ment said, "during the latter part of October and the month of November, pending the arrival in the market of new sugar. . The beet sugar factories in the Western states are rapidly com ing into action, and. together with the Hawaiian production, will be able in a short time to take care of the sugac supply in the area west of the territory referred to. "As the production of beet and Ha waiian sugar Increases the area sup plied from this source will gradually extend eastward and the beet sugar should reach the Atlantic .seaboard by the end of November. The rapidity with which this -sugar invasion fro the West can take place will be large ly controlled by the economies shown in the consumption of sugar by the reople in the Western area, and the food administration makes a special appeal to them that they should rig erously reduce the .consumption of sugar, more especially of, candv and sweet, drinks, in order that the North eastern states may be supplied at the earliest possible moment." GAS IN THE STOMACH . IS DANGEROUS Physicians Recommend the Use of Magnesia for Quick Relief. Sufferers from . indigestion or dys pepsia should lemeraber that the; presence of gas or win i in the stom ach inva.iably indicates that the stom ach is troubled by excessive acidity. This acid causes the food to ferment and the fermenting food in turn gives riso to noxious gases v hich distend otrimanh himnsr tho normal ftinr.: nt ,itl Intomnl nrtrnna ranea'.. tions of vital internal organs, cause ccute headaches, interfere with the action of the heart, and charge the Hood stream with deadly poisons, which in time uust ruin the health. Physicians 6ay fiat to quickly dispel a dangerous accumulation of wind in ti e stomach and to stop the food fer mentation which creates the gas, the acid in .the stomach n.st be neutral ized and f at for this purpose there is u- "iris Quite so good as a teaspoon Wl of purj bisurated "ifc-nesia taken In a little wat.-r immediately after meals. This Instantly neutralizes the acid, thus stopping fermentation and the formatiai of gas, and enables the inflamed, distended stomach to pro ceed with its work und r natural con ditions. Bisurated magnesia is obtain able in powder cr tablet form frota any druggist; but as there are many dif ferent forms of magnesia It Is impor tant that the bisurated which the physicians- prescribe should be 'distinctly usked for. Adv.- ETAK-BUuLETlN GIVES YOU TODAVS NEWS TOO.Y LOTS November 17, 1917 11.1 IS MINING HIGH GRADE ORE A Salt Lake newspaper has the fol lowing encouraging report for Mon-tana-Bingbam stockholders, uhich tell of what Is actually being done in getting out ore from the property: "According to officials of the Mon-tana-Bingnam Consolidated, the For tuna mill has been increased to L'W tons daily capacity, and it is now working successfully, while a large tonnage of concentrates is now in its drying process. .... , retorted that some hizh crmlo trc lias rrontlv hfpn. iilsnp(l in j k iirnnullr vain nnH nrpna rat Inns vein are being made for drifts and raises to the lower Fortuna workings 1HK feet above. "The AIontana-Bingham Is now min ing and shipping the richest ore com ing out of the Bingham district, is ths claim. Recently two very high-grade ore bodies have been oiened which as say well in silver as well as giving high copper values. - "The Company announces smelter settlements on two carloads of ore which gave values in gold 67 cents. .T - o "" iVinilUF Til U ft IVM ftnAn n m MAtA1 tation charges, $980.2s. On the same day a fifteen and one-half ton lot gave values of .57 cents gold. $3.43 silver and 122.92 copper, netting $328 for the fifteen'and a half tons, after paying smelter and transportation charges. Two carloads of concentrates and two carloads of high-grade, shipping ore now in transit from the Fortuna, one of the properties of the Montana-Bins-ham Consolidated, and several car loads are awaiting shipment." m m Honolulu Stock Exchange Thursday, Oct. 25. MERCANTILE Alexander &. Baldwin ... C. Brewer & Co. SUGAR Ewa Plantation Co. ..... Haiku Sugar Co. Hawaiian Agr. Co. Hawn. Com. & Sugar Co. Hawaiian Sugar Co, ; . , . Honokaa Sugar Co. V. . .? Honerru Sugar Co Hutchinson Sugar Plant. Kahuku Plantation Co. .. Kekaha Sugar Co. ...... Koloa Sugar Co. McEryde Sugar Co., Ltd. Oahu Sugar Co. Olaa Sugar Co., Ltd..i. . Onomea Sugar Co. . Paauhau Sugar Plant Co. Pacifit Sugar Mill Paia Plantation Co Fepeekeo Gugar Co Pioneer Mill Co... San Carlos Milling Co . . Waialua Agr. Co. ....... Vailuku Sugar Co. . ; miscellmneous End.ufDev. Co, Ltd 1st Is. As.. 7 pc Pd.... 2na is As. fuliy paid... Haiku .Fruit & Pack, Pfd 'laiku Fruit & Pack. Com Hawaii Con. Ry. 7 pc. A. Hawaii Con. Ry6 pc B. Hawaii Con. Ry.'Com.. Hawaiian Electrrc Co. Hawaiian pineapple Co.. Hon.: Brew. & Malt Co.. H5r!olulu Gas Co., Ltd.. H'- R. T. & L. Co 312 314 35 40 43 3?4 8 292 55 30 6 552 7' 72 34 24' 34!2 40" 18'2 42J-a inter-island St N. Co Mutual Telephone Co 1 Oahu Railway & Land Co. Pahang Rubber Co. .... Selama-Dindlngs Plant . Selama-Dindings, (70. pc.) Tanjong Olok Rubber Co. 37 tiuNUJ ' .MC". " k ,mP- Dit. Himakua Ditch Co. 6s Hawaii Con. Ry. 5 pc ... Hawaiian I rr. Co., 6s!... Haw. Ter. 4 pc. efna .. Haw. TerrT 4 pc Pus Imp Faw. Terr. Pub. Imp. 4 pc Hw. Terr'l 3 a pc. Honokaa Sugar Co., 6 pc Honojuiu Gas Co Ltd, 5s Hilo Gas Co. 6 pc. ..... Kauai Ry. Co, 6s Manoa imp. Dist McBryde Sugar Co, 5s.. Mutual Telephone 5s . . . Oahu Railway & Land Co. Oahu Sugar Co, 6 pc. .. Olaa Sugar Co, 6 pc Pacific Guano & Fer. Co. Pacific Sujar Mill Co, 6s San Carlos Milling Co... .97 100 106' 105 . . . i : Eetween Boards: 75 Waislua, 24.50. 5 Ewa, 31.75; 15, - Session Sales : 50, 20, 34.25. 5 Pioneer, Latest sugar quotation: 96 deg. test, 6.90 cents, or $13S per ton. UNLISTED SECURITIES. Thursday, Oct. 25. Bid Asked OIL Honolulu Con. Oil... MINING Engels Copper Mining Mineral Products Co.. Mountain King Mining Montana Bingham Co. Madera Mining Co.... 4.20 4.25 6.00 .C6 .10 .39 .31 6.12Vz .07 .15 .40 .32 Sales: 250 Madera, .32; 2150 M. Products, .06; 7500 Bingham, .39. Sugar 6.90cts Henry Watemouse Trust Co, Ltd. Members Hciclulu Stoek and Bond Exchange Fort and Mercnant Streets Telephone 12C8 lPlNEGmnblti Eyelids, . ZTrZr C yoar and m Baby's Eyes. IUUK UI LONeStrtiBf,JtEyCof8rt i.v Stv.in Tahi 25c. For Book of A i'w - Fi b . " i im.. t n- n t? i-.k - r. mm or rei. Lyes Inflamed by 'ZHtlSan. Dustand Wind Quickly WjH X 1 y rp uwM Km, Miirin Tro it In Ask Marine Er Bemedy Ce. CUca 4 NEW CANDY DEMAND IS INCREASING, Dealers Say Cannot See Way Clear to Cut Down on Quan tity of Sugar Used If local candy makers have tneir way, there will be no reduction in the quantity of sugar used in candy mak ing in Honolulu. Candy, that Is good, wholesome and toothsonu cannot be made from sugar substitutes, such as glucose and saccharin, they declare. Only the very best sugar, known as confectioner's A, which roots' a cent a pound more than white granulated sugar, is used in making the finer grades of candies that are sold over local counters, and there's no pros pect of any decrease in the quantity used, they add. "T.'ie only way we could decrease the quantity of sugar used," says George H. Case, manager of the Sweet Shop, "would be to get out a cheaper caudy: that is. a grade of candy much inferior to that which we now manufacture. Good candy can not be made of glucose nor saccharin. The Chinese use glucose in making their candies, but "they do not make pure candies. Our .candies are all pure, and call for the highest grade of confectioner's sugar. There is no decrease in the demand for our can dies. In fact, of late, there has been a marked increase, and we do not see how we could reduce the quantity of sugar we are now using without work ing a hardship on our customers, many of whom are enlisted men who spend some of the money they for merly put out for drinks in candies and other sweets." . This increased demand for sweets on the part of the enlisted men has very materially increased candy sales at other shops. Thomas A. Fisher, the cafe manager at the Alexander Young hotel, said that it was both inter esting and educative to watch how a man takes to candy after he gives up drinking. . . "Candy and other sweets allay the craving for drink," says Mr. Fisher. "We are selling nearly twice as much candy now as we did a year ago, and the increase has been almost wholly due to the demand made by men in the service. "We could not reduce the quantity of sugar we are now using. On the other hand, we shall have to increase it. We turn out a grade of candy here that is equal to anything that can be bought on the coast, and the fact that our soft chocolates and bonbons are made fresh every day causes them to be in greater demand than candies on sale here in Honolulu that are made in famous manufactures on - the coast. Coast candy, "to reach the Honolulu public, cannot bo less than ten days old, and there is a feeling, very well grounded, too, that candy that has been in cold storage, and subject td the moisture that is apt to come with extreme cold. Is not so good as candy fresh from the kitchen. , ' Pure and wholesome candy, cot to mention the more delicate fancy candy, cannot be made from glucose or saccharin. Glucose, it is true, Is used, in a comparatively small way, in making some of the heavier can dies, but saccharin, which is a product of coaltar, should never be used in candy. Sugar, in its raw state, might be used in making many of our can dles, which, would te a saving on the use of sugar imported. from the coast., but it would be a cane-product, for all that, and the cost of getting it ready to be made into candy, and the waste" in its preparation, would more than offset this .saving. No, as it look$ now, much as we should like to co operate w ith. Mr. Hoover, I don't see how we can cut down the quantity of sugar w e are using in our candles." MEXICAN GOVERNMENT IS PLANNING-TO OPEN BANK MEXICO, CITY, Mexico. President Carranza has issued a decree provid ing that If the funds for the federal bank of emission the capitalization of which was to have been 50,000,000 pesos, are not raised by an exterior loan prior to April, 191S, the bank will be opened then with a capital of 5,000, 000 pesos raised by Interior subscrip tion. Many private individuals and gevernment officers and employes al ready have agreed to donate from one to two days pay each month for the raising of this fund. Each of those who contributed will become a share holder in the bank. JAPAN FIXES LIMIT ON EXPORTATION OF SILVER TOKIO, Japan.A Umit on the ex j)ort of silver both specie and bullion Is fixed under a special ordinance is sued by the Ministry of Finance. This is inspired by the recent appreciation of silver in the European markets and diminution of the suver output, in various producing countries. As a re sult of the advance in price the ac tual value of silver currency in Japan has risen above the face value. A con travention is also provided for melting coin into bullion which could thus be sold abroad at a profit. RUBBER. At the Singapore rubber auctions commencing Wednesday, plantation pale crepe realized 51 cents per pound. The New York price for the corresponding date was 63 cents. WARNING NOTICE. All shooting or fishing is strictly forbidden on r over the Hndr, ponds or streams o'f Keolu and Kaelepulu. District of Kailua, Koolaupoko, Island cf Oahu, T. H. J. M. DOWSETT, C. W. C. PEERING, . Lessees. October 18, 1917. 69216 FIRMS REPORT Buy a Liberty Bond We will gladly accept from $50 upward. Trust Limited Bethel Street Bishop 1 Some Will Offer Their Lives Olhers Will Loan Their Money to Their Country As compared with that of the men at the front the lot of most of our citizens is nn easv one. The least that you can do is to subscribe to the LIBERT LOAN OF 1917, which must be made an overwhehning success! subscribing to this loau you will be doing .your duty as a citizen and your money will be invested in the safest security in the world, lour interest return will be satisfactory-- per cent. Subscriptions of at least $,)0 should be received t rom everyone. Protect your country, your family, yourself! K ACT TODAY! BANK OF HAWAII, Ltd. H II 11 A Liberty Bond Enlist Your Dollars in the War In this time of our country's crisis an idle dollar ' is as much a "slacker' as an idle man. .Are your dollars doing their dutyr I'The Liberty Loan of 1917" invites the immc diaie response of the American people: Every dollar subscribed will help make it a success. The quicker the better, j r r , Armies of dollars are an absolute necessity for naUona! de .SJf;, i n,f,M if dollars at home stand back of them, the soldiers in Uie field cannot do their utmost to, protect our households and our freedom. . We Will Count it a Privilege to Enter Your Subscription. ' Bank of Honolulu, Ltd ,r. " Illllll lllf CALL i :r f 1 AVnn CASTLE "3 . " General Insurance -erito Fort and Merchant Streets (I Keep your SAVINGS in a safe place. We pay 4lnterct BISHOP & COMPANY THE YOKOHAMA SPECIE BANK, LIMITED. Capital subscribed... yen 4 000,000 Capital- paid up . . . . . . yen 30,000.000 Reserve funds. . . . . . .yen 22,100,000 S. AWOKI, Local Manager ' E. C. PETERS 210 McCandless bidj. Honolulu, T. .. Stocks, Bonds, Securities, Loans Negotiated, Trust rotates Managed P. H. 3URi ETTK 79 Merchant St. Phrne 1845 NOTARY PUBLIC Commissioner of .eeds California and New York Draws: Wills, Deeds, Mortgages and all Legal Documents LUMBER Paints, Plumbing Supplies, Building Materials. Prices low. Houses built on instalment plan. Choice House Lots for sale; CITY MILL COMPANY, LT- , Telephone 2478 . , T, O. Box 951 subscriptions for amounts Co., Ltd. . Phone 3646 In Every Home I. ..;-'u--v- - mm 1 1 itfll xir It a- l HAWAIIAN TDII9.T f A HA 111 .l V illi Real Estate ' .. Insurance ' ' - Safe Deposit Vaults :-j i Authorized by law to act as Trustees, Exti tors, Administrators and Guardians ' Af A u,e r,re marine, -f rrMr Automohile. TniirktcV Baggage or Accident Insurance, UPON ' i COOKE. DrniJed Insurance 8. F: DILLUIGHAM CO, LTD. PHONE 4915 5 Fire," Life, Accident, Compcnaatlon . SURETY BONDS. MorieMiLoan HOME INSURANCE COMPANY OF HAWAII, LIMITED 816 Fort Street . Telephont 3S29 I. F. MORGAN CO,, LTfJ. STOCK BROKERS Information Furnished and Loans ;; Made -: ?,JJ Merchant Street Star Buil Phcne 1572 - PACIFIC ENGINEERING COMPANY, LIMITED Consulting, Designing and Con. structing Engineer. Bridges, Building3, Concrete Strue tures, Steel Structures, Sanitary Sys tems, Reports and Estimates oa Projects. Phone 1045. FOR RENT Electricity, gas, screens in all houses Neat two-bedroom house in town, 21 Small furnished cottage for two, 15 fine new 3 bedroom house. J30. ':r J. H. SGHNACK 824 Kaahumanu St. Tel. 6247 or 3633 f W