HONOLULU STAB-BULLETIN, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 27, 1917.
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of purity. Scientific re
frigeration. Are all combined In the
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V toward your fund for gift-buying next December. ; Join
our 1918 Christmas Savings Club, which begins Mon- -
V day; January 7, "and make a small deposit each week.
On each deposit we will pay you 4 per cent interest,
I and on. or before December 15, 1918, we will send you
a check for these accumulated savings, together with
the interest -, ' l-
j Try this little scheme! It will relieve you mate
rially of the burden of Christmas buying while the
:-; deposits made each week will be so small that you will
; not miss the money as you put it aside. '
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NO EXCUSE FOR
LACK OF SUGAR
! Representative Martin VVants
Congress to Probe Situation;
Cars Only Needed
(By C. S. ALBERT.)
(Special Mir-Bsllt1r. Co7Tsp&JeBc.)
WASHINGTON, U. C. Dec. 13
nnnftntatiTe Whitmell P. Martin.
j ProgressiTe-Protectionist. of Louisi
j ana. will urge congress to appoint a
: committee at once to investigate the
sugar shortage. He believes the
chances are good ior tne commmee
to be named, and Is prepared to lay
before it information showing to the
country that the sugar shortage is in
excusable. He has Just returned from
Louisiana where the producers of
sugar are wrought up because they
are unable to get their product to the
market. Mr. Martin declared that not
only Is there no excuse for Louisiana
sugar being held up. but for sugat
from the western part of the country
This country has plenty of sugat
to supply all its needs." he declared.
The only difficulty is about getting
the cars to deliver It and they could
be secured by a proper distribution
We are told that car shortage is
the main reason It cannot be carried.
I want to know why it Is that 25 car
loads shipped over a month ago to
Washington have not been allowed to
arrive. The .Interstate Commerce
Commission informed me that it had
sent tracers after them, that appar
ently they were lost .somewhere be
tween Louisiana and their Washing
"In Louisiana there are hundreds of
Ions of sugar awaiting shipment. The
people there have a supply sufficient
to run the country for a long time.
Then there Is sugar in the West that
Is being held up In the same way. If
It . all could he distributed this coun
try would not ltnow any shortage.
The trouble could be remedied by
the shipment of more ocean going
freight to New Orleans or some other
southern point. That would make a
lot of 'emntles available returning to
the north and west, and the problem
would he solved. I understand this
plan Is being considered. It would
hold good if put In practise also to
and from the West
i The sugar is accumulating in
Louisiana. It is discouraging to have
It there and not be able to get it to
the market. The people ought to know
what the facts are, and I propose to
bring them out If an investigation is
VALDRON CO. TO
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HILO. Dec. 24. With tne beginning
of the new year, or rather about the
middle of January, a firm new to Hiio
will open up for business. Fred L
Waldron, Ltd., the well-known Hono
lulu firm of commission agents, ship
ping, men and Importers, will start
business in this city.
-The firm has been established for
many years in Honolulu and Mr. Wal
dron is one of the best known men in
tho territory. He originally was with
T. H. Davles & Co., and then started
in business for himself. Some years
ago he formed the present company,
and since then has forged ahead.
The exact location of the new busi
ness house in Hllo cannot be at pres
ent mentioned, but enough is known
to be able to say that the office and
warehouse will be in a central posi
tion. The Hllo office will be in charge ol
F. Lamb, who has been for a long
time with the firm. R. B. Booth, tho
manager of the company, will arrive in
Hllo on Jan. 3 in order to open up the
business and arrange other matters.
The rapid development and .Im
provement of the Engels Copper pro
perties proved a big surprise to John
L. Fleming of the James F. Morgan
Co., Ltd., who has recently returned
Trom the mainland where he paid a
special visit to the Engels mine.
"I had expected to see & great de
velopment of the property over what
it was on my last visit but I was not
prepared to. see such tremendous -development
as has taken place; on
every hand were to be seen evidences
of the work accomplished and every
where was that ceaseless activity of a
great undertaking in operation," de
clared Mr. Fleming.
The mill was not in operation when
he left but It was expected that it
would start about , Christmas time;
there having been some delay In se
curing transformers for the tramway.
Complimenting the manager of the
mine for his efficient work, Mr. Fleni
"Mr. Paxton expects that by th
end of January. 1918, the mill will
handle at least S00 tons of ore per
day and by the end of March at least
1200 tons a day. and by October at
feast 2000 tons a day, which last fig
are means a production of . approxi
mately 80.000 tons of copper a day.
As to dividends Mr. Paxton confident
ly expects that the present dividend
will be double just as soon as the mill
handles a total of, 1200 tons a day
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' TODAY'S NEWS TODAY.
The s piriled bidding for Engels t'op
er, and the continued trading in Olaa
at So featured the session of the Hono
lulu Stock and Bond Exrnange this
morning. Olaa held firm at the 15
mark; l2o shares selling on the ses
f ion, and 29-) going between boards.
Engels in the unlisted securities re
mained at $4. there being plenty of
bidding and no selling. The recent
optimistic re)ort of local men return
ing from the mainland are believed to
have caused the stock to strengthen.
On the quiet, there has been a great
deal of buying in Montana-Binghaci.
19,600 eh ares going at 37 cents be
tween boards and 1400 selling at the
same price on the session. Madera to
the extent of 700 shares brought 1
cents between sessions, while 3000
Mineral Products sold at 9 cents on
In the sugar stocks 25 shares of Ewa
brought 128.25, which was a quarter
of a dollar less than the last reported
pale, while 54 Walalua sold at 22.50 a
quarter of a dollar above the last sell
ing price. Hawaiian Sugar shares to
the number of 20 passed at $31, a sell
ing figure $1.50 below the last trade.
Honolulu Stock Exchange
Thursday, Dec. 27.
V FfCANTL f
Alexander A Baldwin ..
C. Brewer & Co
Ewa Plantation Co
Haiku Sugar Co
Hawaiian Agr. Co
Hawn. Com. & Sugar Co.
Hawaiian Sugar Co
Honokaa Sugar Co. .....
Honomu Sugar Co
Hutchinson Sugar Plant..
Kahuku Plantation Co. . .
Kekaha Sugar Co
Koloa Sugar Co
McBryde Sugar Co., Ltd.
Oahu Sugar Co
Olaa Sugar Co., Ltd
Onomea Sugar Co
Paauhau Sugar Plant. ?v.
Pacific Sugar Mill
Paia Plantation Co. .....
Pepeekeo Sugar Co
Pioneer Mill Co. . ...
San Carlos Milling Co...
Waialua Agr. Co
Walfuku Sugar Co. .....
Endau Developing Co. ...
1st Is. Assess. 7 pc. Pd.
2nd Issue Paid-up
Haiku Fruit & Pack., Pfd
Haiku Fruit & 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 i. MalL Co. .
Honolulu Gas Co., Ltd...
Hon. R. T. & L. Co
Inter-Island S. N. Co
Mutual Telephone Co...
Oahu R. & L. Co.
Pahang Rubber Co
Selama-Dindings Plant . .
Selatna-Dindlnpa, '70 pe.)
Tanjong Olok Rubber Co.
Beach Walk Imp. Dist...
Hamakua Ditch Co
Hawaii Con. Ry. 5 pc...
Hawaiian Irr. Co., 6s....
Haw. Ter. 4 pc Refvntf . .
Haw. Terr't 4 pc Pun Imp
I'w. Terr. Pub. Imp. 4 pc
Haw. TerrM ZVz pc
Hllo Gas COf Ltd., 6 pc.
Honokaa Sugar Co., 6 pc
Honolulu Gas Co., Ltd., 5s
Kauai Ry. Co. 6s .......
Manoa Imp. Dist, 5J2 pc
McBryde Sugar Co., 5s...
Mutual Telephone 3s
Oahu R. & L. Co., 5 pc. . .
Oahu Sugar Co, 6 pc...
Olaa Sugar Co., 6 pc
Pacific Guano & Fer. Co.
Pacific Sugar Mill Co., 6s
San Carlos Milling Co. ..
Between Boards: Sales: 120, 20,
100, 50 Olaa, 5; 25 Ewa, 28.25; 54 Wai
Session Sales: 10, 25 Olaa, 5; 400
Haw. Con. A, 4; 5, 5, 10 Hawn. Sugar,
Latest sugar quotation: 96 deg. test,
6 cents, or $120 per ton.
Thursday, Dec. 27.
Honolulu Con. Oil 3.90 4.10
Engels Copper Mining 4.00
Mineral Products Co.. .08 .09
Mountain King Mining .06 .09
Montana Bingham Co. .35 47
Madera Mining Co.... .31 .34
Sales: 19,600 Bingham, .37; 700 Ma
dera, .31; 3000 M. Products, .09; 1400
Henry Watemouse Trust Co
Ltd. Member Honelulu Stock and Bend
Fort and Merchant Streets
NEW YORK, Dec. 15. The first
man to be arrested on the charge of
hoarding sugar was taken into custody
today. He is Hyman Borrok. and is
alleged to have held 126 barrels of
the precious commodity in storage.
He was held for trial on December 22
If Bottok is found guilty he will he
subject to a fine of from $100 to $1000,
or one year's imprisonment, or both.
His plea is that be bought the sugar
to go into the syrup manufacturing
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Navy Department Opposed to
Giving Company Anything,
Says Senator Swanson
WASHINGTON. D. C. Dec. 17.
Amendments eliminating from the oil
i.ni laninir hill all references tn the
.opening of California naval reserves.
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were introduced today wnen me vui
came u in the senate. Senator Pitt
man, fh charge of the measure, agreed
to accept them.
Speeches in support of the bill were,
made by Senator Kendrick and Sen
ator Borah. Senator Borah said the
people in the Western states are op
posed to the leasing plan, but, owing
to war conditions, realized that some
action was necessary.
Senator Phelan read a message
from the Honolulu Consolidated Oil
Company, protesting against the
elimination of the naval reserve sec
tion from the bill as "unjust and un
fair." He explained the company
controlled about 3000 acres in the re
serve, and that in the legal proceed
ings in progress for years between
the government and the claimants the
company had won nearly all of it3
claims and the others are pending.
Senator Shafroth urged the Cali
fornia senator not to oppose the
Swanson amendment, declaring he
believed it better to leave the ques
tion involved to a separate bill.
King Flays Bill
Charges that the navy department
"coerced with a bludgeon," the nava
committee into reporting a "bill thai
would permit the confiscation of
property without the process of law,"
were made by Senator King.
Senator Swanson replied that the
head of the department was satisfied
with the existing law, but was op
posed to "giving the Standard Oil
Company and the Honolulu Com
"All the navy department wants Is
to keep the present law and let the
claimants go into the courts with
their claims." he added. "This bill
proposes to turn oyer $100,000,000 to
a few private corporations."
Senator Swanson also denied that
Secretary Daniels had coerced Secre
tary Lane, aid said that a bill now
being prepared regulating the open
ing of the naval reserves provides
that the final title to all claims are.
to be passed on by the secretary of
Senator Gallinger, minority leader,
announced he was opposed to the
leasing system, and would vott?
against the bill.
The action of government officials
In attempting to get control of ail
the naval reserve land was attacked
by Senator King, who declared the
whole policy has been illegal because
the claimants have rights of which
they cannot be divested.
Calls It Cruel
"It was a cruel and unwarranted
act on the part of. the government
officials," he asserted. "I don't care
who they are or the motives that
warranted their action. It eem tn
me that if we did the right thing as
10 inoee claims wnich have been
tested in the courts, we would pass
an act confirming the claim, which
would be a rebuke to tBe officials for
The Utah senator criticized whar
he called the "bureaucratic methods'
employed in Dandling the public do
main, and declared the rainina' hnci
ness in the West hag been retarded.
If the mineral lands -are to be de
veloped, he argued, they will have to
he opened to the public.
Senator King asked Senator Pitt
man if any executive onnositinn tn
the bill had been expressed.
"I don't know if there has been
any executive opposition, but I do 1
know that some of the most lnfTnenMai !
members in the house are opposed,"'
It might as well he known
the senate." InterruntA s.n.in. j
. . ji.uabii
Smoot, "that there is a nerfect nrn.
Ization In the United States, and hai
been for ten years-.known as the con
servation association, and we might
anow 11 nas a strong influence on con
Apples $1.50 per box. Come and
get them. Geo. A- Belayeff, 926 Ma
unakea street. Phone 3722. Adv.
BRITISH, FRENCH and
CANADIAN WAR IS
SUES are now selling at
prices to yield from 5
to 18 per cent. .
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CASTLE & COOKE, Limited
General Insurance Agents
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Exchange. Letters of Credit and
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Capital subscribed . . .yen 40,000,000
Capital paid np yen 30.000,000
Reserve funds yen, 22400,000
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Distillate, Crude Oil and
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