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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. 'H., MONDAY, JAN. 2, 1911.
oi fl? iking e Sale ;day, Jan. 3rd Sroods Co., irt and, Beretania Streets CIRCLES s when a sensible corrective is ded. That is exactly what is ded in the Filipino immigration iter, and it will no doubt be ap-:d. 0 Remarkable Year. (utside this, the interest of the iness section has been in the clos- of the old year and the mag cent retrospect, made more im ssive in the minds o many Ly dubious prospect for further high :os of sugar. 910 ' was a most remarkable r fo.l the Territory of Hawaii, 'er has there been a better aver- price for raw sugar. This ht'.s !e money easy and enabled iba ncing of many enterprises. Rotable among these are the com ion of the great irrigation ditch .he Hawaii Ditch Company in the nakua section, and the plans toy extension of the Hilo Railway :ap the prosperous section of the Hica-cop.sii These propos. lions e been successes as individual en niseB and they mean much to the olopment and progress of the ntry through which they pass which they, in their respective .s, serve. ' ' ' .nothor big proposition under on during the year is the devel lent of the Island of Lanai for purpose of diversified agricul- e. 'he year generally speaking has n one in which propositions that the proverbial long-felt want have nd the long-awaited opportunity financing. This does not ayi.ly forcibly to the Hawaii DitcU en prise, as' the money for that was iranteed the previous year, but re have been many matters await an easier money market that nd in the conditions of 1910 t what was needed. In this class the Olaa plantation, a large -unt of the debt of which was re ded and the property placed on nuch stronger basis. . The same t be said of McBryde plan e may be said of McBryde plan ion, the finances of which were lightened out and its long-needed er supply guaranteed, fonoy has been available for the le enterprises and, unfortunately, it amounts have been sent, out of Territory. ward the men who have sought loans with which to build homes. Uiifoitunately the year has not brought forth a large financial in stitution or an estate that is willing to put its money into a scheme fo building cottages or bungalows thu. will rent from twenty to thirty do lars a month. But that day is conl ing in 1911, unless the signs of tile demand fur such property are mdx misleading. Suear stocks are certain to be ilis a sourje of interest to the tradiis. Real estate should take their pliJe, because so far a3 real estate is' c;i-cerned.-the conditions' are quite lie reverse of the sugar stock marlj t. The demand on the residential 1c commodations of this city are alrelly great, and they must increase std ily during the coining y.ear. lliat means trading. New blood is (lin ing in, and it is certain to overtime the fear that is in the hearts otfthe men who lost heavily in real elate afler 1900. Irrespective of theliew blcod, there can, in all proballity, be no repetition of the days follow ing 1900. The boom of that ijriodJ was based on the prospects of llan tations that had not taken off :I rop. Honolulu's progvess today as funded on no less a certainty than tbl defi nite policies of the United Slips to make this a great military anJ; naval (center, the growing popularity Aif the Islands as a tourist havei'i, and the more distant but none tUe less certain prospect or increased com merce in the Pacific following the opening of the Panama Canf,. "" The people are coming here, ami they must have homes. The past: year has outstripped all former yeWi-fi; 1911 will put 1910 far in the rJar-. acco has ind it is In the new industries, the year has recorded many resultslmost grat ifying to those who believe . that something besides sugar! j'can be grown in the istanus. j f The first real crop of tof been harvested' fn Kon now in process of previa the market. Thus far jtf is proved that tobaico will grow ifcjtCona, and it is a particularly good k lop for the owners of small plots of Stfiid. If the Hawaiian leaf ia marketell as favor ably as expected, there,! ii no doubt of a general expansion lot the indus try. Cotton Is making fgood prog ress. Sjf Do You Want Long, Heavy Hair? Then treat your hair well. See that it is properly fed. Growth of every kind demands proper food. Starved hair splits at the ends, turns prematurely gray, keeps short and dry. Then.feed your hair. Feed it with proper food, a regular hair-food.' Feed it with Aycr's Hair Vigor. Thus help nature all you possibly can toward giving you rich, heavy, luxuriant hair. Ask your doctor about your hair and about Aycr's Hair Vigor. Follow hi? advice. Ayer's Hair Vigor- DOES NOT COLOR THE HA5R Prepared fcy Or1. J. C. Ayer i Co.", to mil. irlasv U:'S . cember 18,, by the. financial writer of ) the New York-World, as follows: ! It matters little after all what speculative Wall Street thinks of the general situation as long as the court-, try at large does not accept its nar-; row perspective. The habitues of the street! are accustomed to an econo'mic sky line as limited ns the view they( get of the firmament's blue dome from the abysmal shadows of their surrounding skyscrapers. Beyond these confines the sun is shining, and business men see a broad horizon u'pon which there hang no ominous clouds. From the Wost and South come reports cf business activity, which is taking little account of the street's gloomy forebodings. Through out the country there is an abiding confidence in the ability of the peo ple to handle their problems in a commonsonse war. This has been a great agricultural year, and the sec tions most closely in touch with the farming communities are naturally the first to feel the impulse of an Pineapples. I abundant harvest. Later' on the Pineapples in every I form have gre(lt industrial enterprises of the made great headway as! a principal East will begin to awaken to the pur crop of the Islands. r I chasing power which this newly.cre The purchase of a irtion of the ated Wealth will .develop.; 'In the Macrarlane pineapple if terests in the 'meantime the banking situation in vicinity of Ahuimanu, jy Libby, Mc.-tne Wost tg gra,nially improving, and Nell & Libby of ChiqfJgo, is one of loans are being -readjusted to a more the most significant, fcjisiness moves .conservative, basis. The financial of the year. It shdjws what oiie-of an(i politicals situation abroad i to the largest packing houses, of tne slowly improving:" Gold will inevit- oraular Price Suits SSSI mHESE SUITS are without doubt one of our great est bargains. We have been building up a reputation on them, and wish emphatically to state that the same pains taking care, the same high grade workmanship, and the satisfaction to you that char acterize our higher priced suits will "be incorporated in the. garments at r J i. ably begin to move to this country this winter in response to the sub stantial credits which are being es tablished as a result of the growing balance of trade in our favor, and even Wall Street may yet awake from its nightmare. world thinks of tbf Hawaiian pine, apple and its futdie. It is benefi cial for Hawaii m account of bring ing in new capital to increase the production here anil niarket the pine apple abroad. Reports have bepi urrent of a de sire of the ArnicJirsfto get hold of the Hawaiian pjneipple Company, but a deal alongjthejse lines is posi tively denied. ,'Jhe whole industry is on a stable f Jtirg. The Consol idated company is now backed by large fruit eonceps jof the Coast, and the small cannev aijld the pineapple grower have had a good market tor their product Pineannle bv-broducts have been a new develcpmeiit of the year. Dole's. HeacJ Qf the SaiVatiOil ArmV pineapple juice is ie pioneer in this A i 1 1 Rf Tratpri fhp 111 LOOK OVER SUGAR FIELDS OPERATION FOR GENERAL OOTH 1 Estate. )ne of the notable real estate en prises has been that of the Kai ki Land Company, that took over Gear-Lansing interests at Kai ki and Wnialao and rapidly devel d a popular and beautiful subur- district. teal estate In and around Hono i has nearly recovered the pres i that was lost following 1900. of the real estate men who lies a specialty of business prop- r stated the other day that it is ctically impossible to obtain any 1 estate in the business section of lolulu, and there are many ap ants for sivh property. CM. ke, Ltd., that is rated as one the most careful nnd far-seeing ges of investment, has apparently sed few opportunities to secure perty offered for sale in the bus ta districts. Purchase of the Judd ck by the Hank of Hawaii at a y good figure shows what that grepsive institution thinks of vntown real estate. Hue btiiI it nlomises well. Pinec- tar, a syrup, if a 'product that also has good pronlise j for the future. These things (iem(;nstrate that the lifneaiinle men art alive to making the most out i of f heir product, and the pineapple I indjistry has possibili ties that havfe b no means been worked up lojthe limit. The Feder moving quie out the sell tiou at Pea the necessarjy tection of 1 government has been ly forward in carrying me for the naval sta 1 Harbor and erecting defenses for the pro- u:h a station. It has Will Be Treated for Blindness. also provided lUerally for the im movement It alt the principal har bors of the frerr.tory. Work at Hilo Kahului aiid line in the Honolulu haibor hasl-goul forward in keeping with tha Kcheifies outlined by the government etifneers. More will be j done in li'Bl tn was done in f f m . . . . The wctMC if local stocK xrauing circles haf bu very siow anu ireo from fmnJinl Ocidents. The vaca- LOXDON, December 15. General Booth', head cf the Salvation Army, will soon undergo an operation for a cataract on his left, eye. It will bo recalled that although an operation for A cataract on his right eye some time ago was temporarily successful, he eventually lost his sight in that eye. The growth of a cataract on the other eye has since blinded him entirely. He lias not seen far a long time' thn audiences he addressod. He ia naw eager to submit to another operation, beliclng that it will completely res tore the sight of his left eye. FOR CONSTIPATION tlon of tlJe Slifk Exchange gives the hrokers tl restfat a time when they can well laffoil to tako it. The scs slon on ifeaturfeiy showed the market firm. Jthough the investors with large ms have not been so anxious to into residential real estate Oh a ;e scale, it is significant that the r has witnessed an increasingly nil attitude of the bunkflf to. A Medicine That Does Not Cost Anything Unless It Cures, The active medicinal ingredients of Rexall Orderlies, which ure odorless, tasteless and colorless, is an entirely now discovery. Combined with other extremely valuable ingredients, it forms a perfect bowel regulator, in testinal invlgorator and strengthener. Iiexall Orderlies are eaten like candy and are notable for their agreeable ness to 'the palate and gentleness of action. They do not cause griping or any disagreeablo effect or inconven- ono pel cenn a imnui. una miit.'iice. been ai iti ipifed and discounted. Thet Unlike other preparations for a like price c f the'stock will probably go purpose, they do not create a Habit, up novl that there is no uncertainty , tut instead they overcome the- causo as to I the- anount of the dividend ,of habit acquired through the use of cut. Waialli is the next plantation ;uiumaijr i.iauihub, i.iium expect led to the dlivider have fyet ti that may taint: l Direct iors i Oahu Sugar Co. an nounceC t the tut In the dividend to nnounco a reduction offish Dlivsic, and permanently re- though the directors i"'ove the cause of constipation or ir regular uowel action. We will refimd your money with out argument If tlicy do not do as we say they will. Two sizes, 25c. and 10c. Sold only at our store The Rexall Store. Denson, Smith & Co., Ltd. klve out any intimation considered as a ccr- Main land ltuatibn. rv lulltlnb of the mainland were re;c' .ltly rJiewed under date of Do- Weekly Bulletin 91 per year. Manager Hedemann and F. M. Swanzy Plan Long Trip Together. On a trip of inspection of Philippine and Formoaan sugar plantations and factories, Manager C. Hedemann of the Honolulu Iron Works will leave Honolulu on January 2a and go to the Orient. In Hongkong he expects to Join F. M. Swanzy, and together the two will look over the situation. The Honolulu Iron Works is now in the midst of some of the most exten sive sugar machinery manufacturing in the world. Its achievements in this respect is not news to Hawaii, but an enumeration of some of tho work now under way shows 'that it is foremost In this branch of industry. Two twelve-roller mills and crusher for Formosa, to' replace European built mills, are now practically finish ed. Next month a great shipment of sugar machinery for plantations on tha island of Mindoro. in the Philip pines will be sent from Honolulu by a ppocial steamer chartered for that purpose by the Philippine plantations. Tdq boat will probably be one of the Dollar line and a complete sugar fac tory is to be sent and set up. On March 10 there will be a spe cial steamer-load of machinery for the Meigi plantation In Formosa leave Honolulu. This steamer has been chartered by the Japanese plantation owners to carry the mills. In April there will be another big machinery shipment to Formosa. It. is expected that by the middle of April all the sugar machinery for Formosa and tlio Philippines will bo cleaned up. Manager Hcdemann's trip in com pany with Mr. Swanzy will bo particu larly interesting on account of the wide territory they will cover and the opportunity they will have to get an idea of the sugar situation In the Phi lippines and Mindoro. They have been Invited by tho Japanese plantation in terests to visit Formosa and will bo able to compare the European-built with tho Honolulu-built mills. Of the latter, four aro In operation and ma chinery for the fifth has Just nrr.v cd. In this connection It Is Interest L D Lincoln and wf to H L Hol ing to note that ono factory of 1203 tons cane dally capacity, built by the Honolulu Iron Works in 1907.. has been enlarged and this year, with tho erec tion of add tonal machinery, has a.. capacity of 2S00 tons cane daily. All of this is taken up by local consump tion in Formosa and Japan. Another new factory, erected this year, will be turning out white granu lated sugar for local consumption. In fact, were It nut for the demand for machinery In Formosa and tho rhlllp- limiIted STATEMENT OF CONDITION1. DECEMBER 31, 1910, ASSETS. " Cash uii hand and in bank f 75,191.44 rionds 20,000.00 Stocks Loans seotired by mort gage o:i real estate. . 8,730.31 ;, l' -''A LIAUILITIES. Capital: Subscribed ...$100,000 , 69,000.00 Paid in Stockholders' liability .. 31,000' ... 14,7.10.00 Undivided prollta 28.506.0G 0i Loans, demand and time 44,701.20 Trust and agensy bal- Furniture and fixtures. . 9.C36.56 Real estate, office build ing and site 26, 086. 03 Accrued interest receiv able 843.20 Assets other than those specified above 3,740.25 i a-.ices 106,193.73? ' $203,099.71) City and County of Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii. I, Jas. L. Coekburn, treasurer of the Dishop Trust Co., Ltd., do sol emnly swear that the above statement is true .tothe best of my knowl edge and belief. JAS. L. COCKBURN. $203,699.79 'fl'J Subscribed, and sworn to before me this 31.t day of December, 1910. J. HARRIS MACKENZIE, Notary Public, First Judicial ("fivuit, Territory of Hawaii.' Bisiiiip ante S.M.Damon ESTABLISHED 1858 A. W. T, Bottomley : 'H BALANCE SHEET AS AT DECEMBER 31, 1910.' ':!.! f'ilf '.fcl ASSETS. , . ; x LIAUILITIES. .. j: .rli' IA Cnih ..$1,011,311.73 Duo from banks and bankern 91,219.74 llonds, stocks and in vestments 1,905, 506. II Loans, discounts and overdrafts 2,42l,552.S5 Real estate and bank furniture C0.72S.01 Other arscts 219,998.78 $!,713,347.SS Capital and surplus... $ 942,594.1$ Due to banks and bank- . . v ' .4,761,232.66 i i ..f , .r , '.,. -1 t. ..-.4 . : u.i i nn Oo-io;.its ..iifMiiiuftiri Honolulu, December 31, 1910. , I, Allen W. T. llottomley, do Eolnmrly : v.rar that the foregoing bal ance theet represents n true and correct , r.iatement.. of the affairs of the banking house of llishop and Compa-iy as at December .11, 1910,' to the b'.ct of my knowledge and belief.. ALLEN W. T.. BOTTOMLEY, . Subscribed and sworn to bef.xo r.e this '31st day o('December, 1910. J. KARRIS MACKENZIE, ' - - Notary Public, First Judicial Circuit, T. f. . " ,' '. ', ' pines,' the Iron Works could not. kami up Its present business, as demand for machinery In Hawaii has notice ably lessened, owing to the perfecting of the industry here. Manager Hedemann says that his trip is not undertaken for tho purimsc of obtaining orders iut to look ovot tho field and see how the mills are J working. 1 1 k. ' It takes an expert to stand a cross- A examination without getting confused. ' j A woman's chattering (eeth never , usury tho functions of her tongue. J