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Manila Carnival Commercial and Industrial Fair

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Title:
Manila Carnival Commercial and Industrial Fair a recreation center
Caption title:
Carnival commercial handbook
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Commercial handbook : Philippine Carnival Association
Creator:
Philippine Carnival Association
Place of Publication:
Manila
Publisher:
Philippine Carnival Association
Copyright Date:
1926-
Language:
English
Physical Description:
v. : illustrations ; 30 cm.

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Subjects / Keywords:
Exhibitions -- Philippines ( LCSH )
Commerce -- Philippines ( LCSH )
Exposiciones -- Filipinas
Comercio -- Filipinas
Eksibisyon -- Pilipinas
Kalakalan -- Pilipinas
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serial ( sobekcm )
Temporal Coverage:
19330204 - 19330219
Spatial Coverage:
Asia -- Philippines -- Greater Manila -- National Capital Region -- Manila
Asia -- Filipinas -- Gran Manila -- Región de la Capital Nacional -- Manila
Asya -- Pilipinas -- Kalakhang Maynila -- Pambansang Punong Rehiyon -- Maynila
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Published by the Philippine Carnival Association and the Philippine Islands. Commerce and Industry Bureau
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Funded with resources from SOAS Archives and Special Collections and with the generous support of the Philippine Department of Foreign Affairs and the Office of Senator Loren Legarda.

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THE PHILIPPINE CARNIVAL ASSOCIATION 1

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LIST OF OFFICERS FOR 1932-1933

HONORARY OFFICERS

Honorary President

HIS EXCELLENCY, THE GOVERNOR-GENERAL
Honorary Vice-Presidents

THE PRESIDENT OF THE SENATE THE SPEAKER, HOUSE OF RE-

PRESENTATIVES

THE VICE GOVERNOR-GENERAL

THE ADMIRAL COMMANDING

THE ASIATIC FLEET, U. S. N.

THE MAYOR OF THE CITY OF
MANILA

THE COMMANDING GENERAL, DE-
PARTMENT OF THE PHILIP-
PINES, U. S. A.

THE PRESIDENT OF THE MUNI-
CIPAL BOARD

ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICERS

BOARD OF DIRECTORS

Hon. MANUEL L. QUEZON
President

HON. V. SINGSON ENCARNACION
First Vice-President

MR. THOS. J. WOLFF
Second Vice-President

HON. FELIPE BUENCAMINO,
HON. JORGE B. VARGAS
JUDGE M. V. DEL ROSARIO
MR. JUAN POSADAS, Jr.

MR. JAMES KING STEELE
JUDGE SERAFIN HILADO

MEMBERS

Jr. HON. ANTONIO C. TORRES

HON. MELECIO ARRANZ
MR. LEOPOLDO R. AGUINALDO
MR. H. M. CAVENDER
MR. JOHN R. SHAW
MR. ISAAC BARZA

MR. GONZALO PUYAT

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MR. ARSENIO N. LUZ Director- General HON. SERAFIN MARABUT Secretary-Treasurer
MR. M. P. DE VEYRA Assistant to the Director-General MR. ADRIANO RODENAS Assistant Treasurer
MR. CARLOS A. BARRETTO Architect MR. FORTUNATO E. JAYME Assistant Secretary-Treasurer

MR. AMBROSIO PABLO
In Charge of the Provincial Participation

MR. E. C. BALAGTAS

Special Agent and Superintendent of Fid. Employees

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

Abaca Production, Exportation and
Exporters, Cordage Factories...........

Aerated Water Factories.................

Ampao, Apa, etc. Makers.................

Artificial Flower Makers ...............

Automobiles, Accessories and parts of. .

Auto Repair Shops ......................

Bag Factory ............................

Bakeries................................

Banks...................................

Basket Makers ..........................

Beads, Pearl ...........................

Bed Factories ..........................

Billiard and Pool Table Manufacturers. .

Blacksmiths ............................

Boat Builders ..........................

Box Manufacturers (cigar, paper) ....

Breweries...............................

Brick and Tile Factories ...............

Brokers.................................

Business Condition (Review of) during

the first ten months of 1932 ........

Button Factories .......................

Buttons, Pearl .........................

Candle Manufacturers ...................

Candy Manufacturers ....................

Canneries ..............................

Cap Factories ..........................

Caramelo Makers ........................

Car and Carriage Factories..............

Carnival Officers for 1932-33 ..........

Carpenters .............................

Cars, Carriage and Vehicles ............

Caterers ...............................

Chambers of Commerce ...................

Chewing Tobacco (Mascada) Makers .

Chocolate and Coffee Factories .........

Cigar Factories in Manila ..............

Cigarette Factories in Manila ..........

Cine Film Producers ....................

Coconut and Coconut ProductsOil and

desiccated coconut mills ............

Coconut oil mills in Manila ............

Coffee Factories .......................

Comb Manufacturers .....................

Consuls in Manila .....................

Contractors, Electrical ................

Cork Manufacturers .....................

Dairy Farms ............................

Dairy Produce Dealers ..................

Desiccated Coconut Manufacturers ......

Destilleries Alcohol and Liquours......

Dressmakers ............................

Dry Docks ...........................

Drying and Smoking Fish Establish-
ments .................................

Egg Dealers ............................

Electric Light and Power Plants.........

Elemi ..................................

Embroidery Exportation and Manufac-
turers .................................

Engravers ..............................

Exhibitors, information for ............

Export of the Philippines (Chart) for

1931 .................................

Facts and Figures about the P. I........

Fertilizer Manufacturers ...............

Financial Statistics ...................

Firearms ...............................

Fishers (Owners of fishing boats)......

Fish Net Manufacturers .................

Flour Dealers ..........................

Foreign Coins and their equivalents in

P. I. currency .......................

Foreword ...............................

Forwarding Agents .....................

Foundries...............................

Freight Rates, Ocean ...................

Fruits .................................

Furniture Manufacturers ................

Gold and Silversmiths ..................

Groceries ..............................

Gum, Copal and Resins Copal ...........

Ham and Bacon Factories.................

Hardware .............i............... .

Harness and Leather Goods ..............

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Harness Makers ........................ 60

Hat Blockers .......................... 60

Hats Hand WovenExportation Manu-

facturers ............................ 38-39

Hemp Braid Manufacturers .............. 61

Horseshoeing Shops .................... 61

Hotels .................................. 89-90

Ice Cream Manufacturers ............... 61-62

Ice Factories ............................ 61

Ilocano Cloth Dealers ................. 62

Imports of the Philippines (Chart) for

1931 ............................... 41

Ink Manufacturers .......................... 62

Insurance Companies ................... 75-76

Kirip Manufacturers ................... 62

Lamp Dealers .......................... 62

Lamp Shades ........................... 40

Lard and Butter Substitute Manufac-

turers ............................. 62

Lime Factories ............................. 62

Lithographers.......................... 62

LumberExportation and Lumber Mills 35-36

Lye Factories ......................... 62

Macaroni and Vermicili Factories ........... 62

Machine Shops ......................... 63

Manila Carnival Attendance ................. 10

Marble Work Shops and Sculptors .... 63

Match Manufacturers ........................ 63

Meat and Dairy Products ............... 45

Mirror Manufacturers ....................... 63

Moulding Shops ........................ 64

Mucilage and Paste Manufacturers .... 63

Musical Instruments ................... 46

Musical Instrument Manufacturers and

Repairers ........................ 64

Newspapers and Publications ........... 77-81

Nickle Plating Shops ....................... 64

Oil, Gasoline and Greases ............. 45

Packing Cases....................... 50'

Paint Manufacturers ................... 64

Painting Shops ............................. 64

Paper and Manufacturers of ............ 46

Photographers .............................. 65

Picture Frame Shops ................... 65

Plumbers ................................ 65-66

Printers and Bookbinders .............. 66

Remnants (cotton & silk) importers ... 46

Rice Mills ............................ 67

Rope Manufacturers in Manila................ 67

Rubber ..................................... 40

Rubber Stamp Manufacturers........... 67

Sack Dealers .......................... 67

Sailmakers ................................. 67

Sausage Factories ..................... 67

Sawmills ................................... 67

Shell Manufacturers and Exporters .... 67

Shirt Manufacturers........................ 68-

Shoe Manufacturers .................... 68

Slipper Manufacturers ...................... 69

Soap Manufacturers ..................... 69-70'

Sporting Goods ............................. 47

Steamship Lines and Agencies .......... 92-95

Steamship lines, Interisland ............... 90

Sugar Production, Exportation, Ex-

porters. Sugar Centrals ............20-28

Tailors ................................. 70-71

Tanneries ............................. 71

Telegraph and Cable Cos..................... 72

Textiles ................................ 42-44

Tinsmiths .............................. 71-72'

Tobacco and Tobacco Products, Cigar

and Cigarette Factories .............. 29-31

Tocua Factories ............................ 72

Toyo Sauce Factories ....................... 72

Transportation Facilities and rates .... 91

Trunk Factories ............................ 72

Turneries .................................. 72

Umbrella Manufacturers .................... 72-

Vinegar Producers .......................... 72

Walking Stick Manufacturers ................ 72

Warehouses ................................ 89'

Weight and Measure Manufacturers ... 72

Whip Makers ............................... 72^

Window Sash & Door Manufacturers. . 73

Wines and Liquors .................... 47

Ylang-Ylang Oil Manufacturers ............. 73-


PHILIPPINE CARNIVAL ASSOCIATION

9

FOREWORD

If there is a yearly invent that has made Manila a veritable Mecca for
pleasure-seekers every time it comes around, it is the Manila Carnival. Startea
to provide the people of these Islands with a brief period of wholesome enjoy
mencs and spiritual and physical relaxation so essential to a healthy development
of the race, it has today practically become an established institution of ines-
timable. importance to the moral and material progress of the people of the
Philippine Islands. It has assumed the character of a truly national festival,
and is decidedly one of the most notable attractions in the Far East at the
present time.

Thousands and thousands of people, hailing from different parts of these
Islands as well as from nearby foreign countries, come to this city every year
and see the famous Manila Carnival. Held regularly at a time when the
climate is ideal for travelling, and when the harvest season for most of the major
crops is over, it is such a potent force for drawing people to it. In fact, a
great number of people, by force of habit, have been making the carnival days
an occasion to travel to the city either on pleasure or on combined pleasure
and business trips. For bringing that condition about, the Manila Carnival
has become one of the most effective business stimulators in the country. It
has been observed that transportation companies, hotels and restaurants, the
movies, bakeries, retail stores, and practically every kind of business in the
city reap untold benefits from such a large concourse of people in the metropolis.

Cognizant of the potentialities of this annual festival as a powerful trade
promotion agency, the Philippine Carnival Association has, during comparatively
recent years, introduced so many new features of the show that emphasize not
only the purely amusing side of the affair, but also those important activities
that could materially assist the growth of business and the industries. It thus
instituted the well-known Commercial and Industrial Fair wherein diversi-
fied local industries imported stuffs are regularly exhibited and sold to thd
public, and where a number of important insular government bureaus and
many provincial governments try to promote different local industries that
concern them through practical demonstrations. It also dnoouraged educa-
tional institutions to make exhibitions of the arts and sciences; and the Army
and Navy to show the different kinds of war materials in an attempt to stimu-
late! the inventive genius of the people, along those lines. And it has, besides,
been regularly publishing this Commercial Handbook, in spite of the. great
expense and labor it entails, in the interest of a much bigger export and import
trade of the Philippine Islands.

True to its traditions, the Philippine Carnival Association will again
give due emphasis to the educational feature of the big show this year. If
will, besides, introduce so many new and interesting side shows that will
satify the most fantastic and discriminating taste of carnival enthusiasts. A
galaxy of the latest hits in the famous) show places abroad will be secured for
the purpose. The Army and Navy will again participate as in previous years
with a series of war-like shows so interesting to carnival visitors. And in
thd Carnival Auditorium where Miss Philippines will regularly hold her court
as Carnival Queen, the public will be treated to a series of gorgeous pageants
and colorful sights and exhibitions whose effect will long linger in the memory
for their gayety and splendor.

We are on the threshhold of a business revival. With signs to that effect
multiplying from day to day as we approach the end of 1932, we cannot help
but be hopeful of the future. Barring unforseeft events, and in the light of
present developments, the prospects are bright for a fairly successful carnival
cal^Brati/vi Should our forecast come true, the coming sixteen days and nights
of fun and frolics and of pompous pageants and shows will have, been among
the successful carnivals, from the point of view of the Philippine Carnival
Association. Guided by that expectation', the carnival (authorities are leaving
no stone unturned to make the coming festival one of the best ever seen in years.


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WMIA CARNIVAL IS GROWING BIGGER AND BETTER
EVERY YEAR

Our progress in commerce and industry and in the varied aspects of
Philippine economic life and activities will again he the main and leading
feature of the coming Carnival. Through its industrial and ocmmercial fair,
the Manila Carnival has come to he a potent factor in enhancing the economic
as well as the social development of the Philippines. The gorgeous a.nd. inter-
esting display of the products and resources of this country and the vivid
representation of the different industries, arts, and crafts found throughout
the islands, unmistakably typify the agricultural and industrial potentialities
of the Philippines that make the curious pleasure-seekers realize the fact that
ours is really a land full of promise and untold possibilities.

The number of people that entered the- Carnival gates last year exceeded
that of the previous year, and although the increase in attendance- was not
extraordinarily big, it was nevertheles indicative of the^growing (esteem of the
people for this great institution. The apparent keen interest shown not only
by our own people but also by our neighbors in the Far East through their
regular participation in its celebration and observance is undoubtedly a step
forward in the creation of a more lasting bond of sympathy and cordial
friendship among the orientals. It tends towards a common understanding of
their needs and problems.

The coming Manila Carnival will not only be identified by its varying
portrayal of the commercial and industrial resources and activities of the
Philippines but also by its great amusing shows. Through them the people
will find opportunity to enjoy healthy and wholesome recreations. All efforts
are now being exerted to make the coming Carnival bigger and better than
ever. No stone is being left unturned to make it surpass all previous Carnivals
both in performance and in the display of Philippine economic resources.


PHILIPPINE CARNIVAL ASSOCIATION 11

FACTS AND FIGURES ABOUT THE PHILIPPINES

LOCATION, AREA AND POPULATION

The Philippine Islands lie to the southeast of Asia, and are situated be-
tween 5 and 22 North Latitude and 117 and 127 East Longitude. The
Philippine Group includes 7,083 islands with a total area of' 114,400 square
miles and estimated present population of 12,859,300.

MANILA, A FAR EASTERN TRADE AND SHIPPING CENTER

Manila, the capital and largest city in the Philippines has an area of
about 14 square miles and an estimated present population of about 400,000.'
As a trade center, Manila holds an enviable position as a distributing center
for American goods in the Orient and also in relation to the markets and-
r^sources of the Ear East. As a shipping center, Manila has excellent natural
facilities because it is on the important steamship routes between China and
Australia; it is on many of the important lines between the United States

and the Orient, and also on many lines running to Europe. Although, as a

whole Manila cannot serve as a transhipping point for all the Far Eastern
countries, yet it occupies a commanding position in regard to other parts,

such as North Australasia, Australasia, French East Indies and Southern

China. Within a radius of 1,700 miles or at a distance from Manila to Yoko-
hama, it is estimated that there are 126,000,000 people, while with a, larger
circle one of 3,500 miles in radius or a distance from Manila to Bombay, nearly
800,000,000 or about one-half of the worlds population live.

Distances: Following are the distances in nautical miles between Manila
and the principal ocean ports of the world having trade relations with the!
Philippines.

Amoy ......................... 675

Amsterdam, via Suez .......... 9,761

Antwerp, via Suez ............ 9,713

Bankok (Siam) ................ 1,430

Barcelona, via Suez .......... 7.999

Batavia (Java) ............... 1,559

Boston, via Panama .......... 11,547

Boston, via Suez ............ 11,383

Colombo (Ceylon) ............. 2,952

Darwin, Port (Australia) ... 1,880

Genoa, via Malta-Suez ........ 7,921

Guam
Hongkong
Honolulu, direct

1,501

631

4,767

Honolulu, via Guam............ 4,838

Kobe

1,569

Liverpool, via Suez............. 9,618

London, via Suez
Los Angeles, direct
Macassar (Celebes)
Marseille, via Suez

9,656

6,530

1,233

7,923

Melbourne ................. 4,528

Nagasaki

1,306

New Orleans, via Panama ...

New York, via Panama ........

New York, via Suez ..........

Panama, direct ..............

Panama, via Honolulu ........

Philadelphia, via Panama ....

Port Said ...................

Saigon (Indo-China) .........

Sandakan (Borneo) ...........

San Francisco, direct .......

San Francisco, via Honolulu ,.
San Francisco, via Honolulu-

Guam ......................

Seattle .....................

Shanghai ....................

Singapore ...................

Suez ........................

Sydney ......................

Taku (Port of Tientsin) ....

Tsingtau ....................

Vladivostok .................

Wellington (New Zealand) ..
Yokohama ....................

Naples ................. 7,569

DISTANCES BETWEEN MANILA AND PRINCIPAL PHILIPPINE

Aparri, Luzon ....,
Cagayan, Mindanao

Cebu, Cebu .........

Cotabato, Mindanao
Davao, Mindanao ..
Hondagua, Luzon .,
Iloilo, Panay ......

383 Jolo, Jolo ................

504 Legaspi, Luzon ............

392 Pulupandan, Occ. Negros
648 San Carlos, Occ. Negros .

774 Surigao, Mindanao .........

522 Tacloban, Leyte ...........

340 Zamboanga, Mindanao ...

10,793

11,364

11,521

9,347

9,452:

11,336

6,399

907

573

6,221

6,858

6,929

5,943

1,162

1,370

6,311

3,967

1,726

1,420

1,912?

4,893

1,757

PORTS)

540

357

353

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PORT FACILITIES

The port of Manila is provided with four covered piers including Pier No.
7, conceded to be one of the finest in the world, and one pier for the use of
the United States Army and Navy vessels and one wharf for the exclusive
use of foreign commercial vessels. Eleven ocean going vessels may be accomo-
dated at one time. Pier No. 7., the largest and newest is 1,400 feet long and
240 feet wide. It is considered to be one of the finest constructed and best
equipped piers i.h the world to-day. The completion of this pier has brought
much relief to congestion of cargo -which was common in previous years. This
and other commercial piers are owned by the Philippine Government and the
operation placed under the control of the Manila Terminal Company, the port
has gained an enviable reputation with respect to efficiency, speed and economy
in the handling of ocean freight and rapid turn-around of vessels.

Of the 878,728 tons of cargo brought into the port of Manila by foreign;
Vessels during 1930, about 727,394 were discharged onto these four piers and
the rest onto lighters at shipside while the total number of foreign vessels
which took berth on all the piers was 787, as compared with 913 during the
previous year. Besides these piers, there are covered and open deck lighterage
available for general cargo. Most of these interisland vessels berth inside
the Pasig River.

The smaller ports of entry are Cebu, Iloilo, Zamboanga, Jolo, Legaspi and
Davao. These ports have good harbors, and a longside their wharves steamers,
can load and unload their cargo with perfect safety. They are also about
200 ports of call in all the Philippines for interisland vessels, all of which are
accessible to the port of Manila and other ports of entry.

AGRICULTURE AND NATURAL RESOURCES

The Philippines is preeminently an agricultural country with an area of
about 30,000,000 hectares. Of this amount only about 4,000,000 hectares are
under cultivation, 19,000,000 hectares are covered with forests, 5,600,000 are
grass and open land, 300,000 are mangrove and swamp, and the rest consists
of the unexplored area. In the cultivated portion, palay, abaca, sugar cane,
coconuts, tobacco, corn, maguey, cacao and coffee are the principal crops raised,
and the aggregate value of these crops in the provincial markets which were
produced during the year 1931 amounted to about 1*325,000,000. From the
forest 1,210,000 cubic meters of commercial timber were cut, over 168,000 cubic
meters of which worth 1*3,681,200 were exported in 1931 while the rest was con-
sumed locally. It is estimated that the total stand of commercial timber in
these forest is about 487,000,000,000 board feet (solid contents)
About 80% of the grass land, because of their favorable climatic conditions
and offering excellent pasture and necessary streams of pure and clear water,
are considered highly adapted to stock raising.

Another important industry in the Philippines is fishing which, if properly
developed, would supply the Islands with enough fish for local consumption
and a great deal more for export. The Philippine waters abound with food
fish but at the present time the Islands import annually over four million pesos
worth of fish both fresh and preserved. It is estimated that in the City of
Manila alone, with a population of 400,000, =^6,000,000 worth of fresh fish,
besides about P500,000 worth of dried, smoked, pickled and canned fish, is con-
sumed annually.

Although numerous deposits of economic minerals are found in almost all
the Islands, the mining industry here is still in its infant stage. According to
fetervieys ma die by the Bureau of Science, total iron are reserves in the
deposits, forrd in the provinces of Surigao, Bulacan and Camarines Norte, isf
estimated at 520,000,000 metric tons. Conservative estimates made by the same
Bureau show that at least 60,000,000 tons of coal exist in various coal deposits


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of Bulacan, Cebu, Palawan, Mindoro, Maisbate and Mindanao. Gold is also
found in many parts of the Philippines; the output in 1931 was about 1*7,525,000
and the estimated output for 1932 is over 1*8,000,000.

MANUFACTURING INDUSTRIES

An; increased development of the manufacturing industries in the Philip-
pines may be seen in the following summary of manufactures according to the
Census, of 1918, compared with the figures corresponding to those of 1903.
According to the census of 1903, there were ini the Islands 3,259 industrial es-
tablishments with an aggregate capital of 1*53,159,580.00, the cost of materials
used were F25,049,452.00 and the total value of production amounted to
F41,700,215.00. In 1918, or 15 years later, the number of establishments in-
creased to 8,354, the aggregate capital was 1*222,473,592.00, the cost of materials
used P160,877,154.00, and the total value of products amounted to 1*356,094,433.00.

TRANSPORTATION AND COMMUNICATION

Various means of conveyances overland and many interisland steamers
form the domestic transportation facilities of the Philippines. At the end of
year 1930, there were engaged in the coastwise trade 422 steam and 1,281 sailing
vessels. Besides these, there were 1,889 harbor crafts for inland water trans-
portation. At the end of the year 1931, 1,347 kilometers of railroad lin'ea
were in operation in the Islands. In the City of Manila and nearby province
R-zal, the Manila Electric Co., maintains an electric car service, the total
extent if ft lint(s bei.mg about 85 kilometers and operating about 150 cars.
Motor vehicles, numbering about 24,000 automobiles and about 15,000 trucks
were in operation during the year 1931. During the same year 1931, the total
extention of first class roads was 7,700.8 kilometers: second class roads, 4,026.3
kilometers; and third class roads, 2,605.2 kilometers. There were in operation
during the year 1930, 986 postoffices, 620 telegraph offices including wireless
stations and cable offices, and about 26,000 telephone instruments all over the
Islands. * : -11 j

LABOR

There is a sufficient number of laborers in the Philippines. In fact, the
Census of 1918 shows that there were registered 3,893,544 laborers of whonl
only an average of 2,098,741 were regularly employed in agricultural, commer-
cial, transportation and manufacturing industries. The alleged insufficiency of
laborers, therefore, may be attributed to the massing of popuation in the more
developed portions of the Archipelago.

BANKING, CURRENCY AND FINANCE

The growth in the business of commercial banks in the Philippine! Islands
shows an increase in their assets of from 1*63,745,929 for 1913 to 1*235,573,742
for 1931. The coins used in the Philippines at the present time are of the
following denominations: one peso, fifty centavos, twenty centavos, ten centavos,
five centavos and one centavo. The paper money is issued in one, two, five,
ten, twenty, fifty, one hundred and five hundred peso denominations. On De-
cember 31, 1931, the total circulation was P99,046,337 as compared with
1*108,463,106 for 1930. The Philippine Government is self-supporting and it
derives its revenues mostly from customs collections, internal taxes, income tax,
land tax, and cedula tax. The' total consolidated revenue for the fiscal year
ending December 31, 1931, was 1*127,370,820.36 as compared with P149,343,411.19
for 1930. /

FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC TRADE

The value of our trade for 1931 reached T=406,301,585 compared with
1*512,520,162 for the previous year.

The domestic trade of the Philippines consits of the distribution of ^im-
ported articles, the selling of native products to consumers and the collecting


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of export products for foreign markets. The value of sales and resales of
these articles to retail dealers and then to the consumers throughout the
country amounted to 1*772,960,472 in 1931 as against ^1,005,737,484 In lolo.



TOTAL TRADE ..................

Principal imports: .

Textiles ...................

Breadstuffs

Rice .....................

All others ...............

Fish .......................

Iron and steel manufactures.

Oils .......................

Papers and manufactures of.
Meat and dairy products....
All other imports ..........

Total Imports.....

Principal exports:

Copra ......................

Copra meal .................

Manila Hemp ................

Coconut Oil ................

Sugar ......................

Tobacco products ...........

Embroideries ...............

Maguey .....................

All other exports...........

Total Exports.....

1930 1931
F512,520,162 F406,301,585
53,737,242 43,734,813
1,511,619 1,194,858
10,884,292 8,082,744
4,164,004 2,593,309
38,559,138 26,729,765
19,079,625 19,895,323
7,808,940 6,516,224
11,259,879 12,150,885
99,181,168 77,459,516
F246,185,907 P198,357,437
r 26,866,875 P 18,300,808
3,784,449 3,041,605
36,853,352 17,885,813
38,310,763 30,070,644
104,480,451 99,926,210
15,672,771 14,841,675
7,183,473 5,314,259
1,887,978 538,750
31,294,143 18,024,384
^266,334,255 P207,944,148

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REVIEW OF THE BUSINESS CONDITIONS DURING THE
FIRST TEN MONTHS OF 1932

The trade depression which we reported in our last review continued to
prevail during the period under review, but is now giving signs of improving.
Silver linings around the vanishing clouds of business depression are becoming
more and more distinct as the depression evidently is beginning to wear out.
Already a repercussion of the; improvement noted in the United States is being
felt in certain quarters and spurts in the market are changing the general out-
look into a more favorable tone. Wholesale prices are much lower than in the
preceding year, but some staples began to spurt and for the last two or three
months tanded towards greater stability, though at still lower levels than in
1931. The country in general, however, experienced during the whole period
and is now experiencing and suffering the most trying period of the depression.
Like a moribund, the depression has been keenest, throwing many a businessman
and farmer into despair. Even the Government is frantic over a gloomy
picture of the situation.

Foreign trade was lower than last year, as exports considerably decreased
and imports maintained a slightly higher level. The rise in. imports at this time
may be attributed to a healthier condition of the stocks of foreign-made goods
in distributing centers and the beginning of an expected improvement in local
consumption:. The United States was largely favored in the increased demand,
having contributed about MO,000,000 more this year than last year. China
and Germany made also slight accretions. The export trade however slumped
considerably, over 25 per cent below the 1931 figureevery country contribu-
ting, especially Great Britain which slumped by more than 80 per cent. Cotton
and steel goods went up in the import column while sugar alone made good
among the exports.

Agricultural production was, according to the volume that went through
consuming channels, slightly less than the level of the preceding year. Sugar
increased slightly, but all others declined. The decrease in the supply of rice
caused a little flurry in the Manila market. But there is no fear of shortage
of stock to meet local consumption. Sugar production continued to expand in
spite' of the depressed market and larger areas have been cleared for the next
season. Due to low prices for the staple products and the consequent reduction
in farm incomes, agricultural labor has become more restless than ever.

Industrial production suffered most heavily during the period. A great
number of factories have either closed or are working part timeand laborers
are on a two or three days shift, with wages greatly reduced. At this writing
production activities are still on the downward trerid. Every day witnesses
hundreds and thousands of laborers added to the already large unemployed army
a menacing problem. And to cap it the Government is insouciantiy adding
its own fuel to the raging blaze.

Wholesale prices continued moving toward lower levels. After the' first
quarter, however, they tended to stabilizearound 20 per cent below the average
for 1931. The slump was general among the staples. Hemp and maguey
suffered the worst cutabout 50 per cent of lase years. Monetary circulation
correlated in the downward trend. Circulation dropped to ^88,600,000 from
Fl08,700,000 in January of 1931 and ^95,300,000 in January of 1932. Credit
naturally and to be contracted, but the statistical position of the banks wsfi
much better.

The domestic trade declined practically one third, as prices slumped about
the same rate. But the increase in imports, mostly from the United States,
would seem to indicate higher consumption and that local distributors are begin-


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ning to replenish their stocks. Proof of this is that freight car loadings and
steamer tonnage recorded much higher levels this year than last year, a hopeful
indication of the turn of the tide. Account withdrawals for business purposes
however went down from 1*23,000,000 at the beginning of the year to about
1*19,000,000 at the close of the period under review.

The return of normalcy is thus around the corner only, the pesimisu
of the great majority of businessmen and even the Government may retard its
advent. Unemployment is being forced unnecessarily upon the people by the
dismissal of employees in factories and government offices, and by the slashing
of their salaries. Such action at this very time would certainly delay recovery.
Consumption will be greatly curtailed business paralyzed, and government re-
venues further reduced. We practically submerge the vessel that can bring us
to the shore of recovery and normalcy. At this time we need courageous states-
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EXPORTS OF THE PHILIPPINE ISLANDS
1931

Total Exports 944348

BY COUNTRIES BY ARTICLES

(Values in.Mi'I]ion.Pesos) (Values irvMilliozx Pesos)

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EXPORTS
ABACA (MANILA HEMP)

The Philippines- has a natural monopoly of abaca. The1 plant is a native of
the Islands, and is a product of a peculiar combination of climatic and soil con-
distions. Attempts to transplant it elsewhere in the tropicsin the East Indies,
India, Formosa, West Indies, Guatemala, and Floridahave not so far produced
a fiber which measures up to the Philippine product. The most valuable of
all fibers for cordage is produced from the leaf stalks of this Philippine plant.
The plant throws from twelve to thirty suckers from its underground root stock
and reaches an average height of from five to eight meters. Manila hemp is
the name used in the commercial world for the fiber exported from the Philip-
pines, although the .hame Abaca is also gaining in use.

Abaca is grown in those sections of the Archipelago where there is plenty of
rainfall, evenly distributed throughout the year. The places where the climatic
and soil conditions are most favorable for its production are along the eastern
and southern coasts. The most important abaca-producing provinces are Leyte,
Albay, Sorsogon, Samar, Davao, Camarines Sur, Misamis, Bukidnon, Camarines
Norte, Agusan, Cavite and Surigao.

The abaca plantations in the Philippines are usually in small patches of land
owned by individual farmers who do the planting and the stripping of the fiber,
although they usually require extra help in stripping. Extensive plantations of
hemp, however, are found in manv places. The following table will show the
areas planted to abaca and the volume and value of the output during the last
ten years:

AREA

Cultivated Production

Yaer Hectares Kilos Value

1921 .............. 548,100 108,354,000 ^=26,829,000

1922 .............. 495,000 121,046,000 19,919,000

1923 .............. 513,420 188,889,000 .39,317,000

1924 .............. 485,340 197,685,000 43,186,000

1925 .............. 477,110 180,488,000 64,296,000

1926 ................. 492,050 182,037,000 65,725,000

1927 ................. 480,150 172,776,000 59,241,000

1928 ................. 480,730 178,766,000 54,362,000

1929 ................. 484,850, 213,393,000 54,814,000

1930 ................. 496,080 195,489,000 37,737,000

1931 .............. 484,880 162,195,000 16,956,000

Abaca is primarily a cordage fiber, and as a cordage material it has no equal.
For ships rope, its relative tensile strength is above that of the English rope as
was clearly demonstrated by the following tests: A Manila rone 7.5 centime-
ters in circumference and 3.35 meters in lenght stood strain of 2,122.27 kilos
before breaking. The English rope of the same size broke with 1,765 kilos. In
a second test the Manila rope, 3,56 centimeters in circumference, broke with
677.27 kilos while the English rope of the same size broke with only 538.18. kilos
Its only competitor now is sisal, which is at present used extensively in the
manufacture of binder twine. Even! for this purpose, however, sisal is inferior
to Manila hemp.

There are still opportunities for the extension of the abaca industry in the
Philippines. Improved methods of cultivation would greatly increase the pro-
duction, while enormous areas now covered with forests could be converted into
productive abaca plantations. During the past ten years the subject of modern


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fiber stripping machinery to replace the present common methods, has received
r great deal of attention,, and as a result several stripping devices are now
actually in operation or under trial on the plantations.

PRODUCTION

1930 1931

Kilos............. 195,489,000 162,195,000

Value.............. ¥37,737,000 ¥=16,956,000

EXPORTATION

Kilos.................. 169,291,109 132,113,838

Value.............. ¥=36,853,352 ¥17,885,813

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HEMP FIBER EXPORTERS IN MANILA

Aguado Hermanos, 103 Balmes.

Alegre, Juan B., El Hogar Bldg.
Babcock & Templeton, Inc., National

City Bank Bldg.

Columbia Rope Co., National City
Bank Bldg.

Daido Boeiki Kaisha, Ltd., Insular
Life Building.

Dy Uy & Co., 560 Reina Regente.
Fernandez Hermanos, 109 Juan Luna.
Furukawa Plantation Co., Insular Life

Building.

Hanson, Orth & Stevenson, Inc., Uy
Chaco Building.

International Harvester Co., of Phil.,
Uy Chaco Building.

Ker & Company, 10 San Gabriel.

Li Seng Giap & Company, 179 Muelle

de Binondo

Mitsui, Bussan Kaisha, Ltd., National
City Bank Bldg.

Ohta Development Co., Insular Life
Building.

Qua Chee Gan, 315 Elcano.

Reither & Akerman Co., 139 Juan Luna
Saleeby Fiber Co., Inc., National City

Bank Bldg.

Shioji & Asano, 120 Dasmarinas.

Siy Cong Bieng & Co., Inc., 123 Juan

Luna.

Sy Yoco & Sons, Inc., 6 Ingreso.
Smith, Bell & Co., Ltd., Hongkong

Bank Building.

Wilbur & Ellis Co., Insular Life Bldg.
Zuellig, F. E. Co., Inc., 90 Rosario
Zuluaga y Erquiaga, Filipinas Bldg.
Yek Hua Trading Corporation, 132:

Juan Luna

Knotted Hemp W

Aguado Hermanos, 103 Balmes
Behn, Meyer & Co., H. Mij., 227 David

Bldg.

Running & Co., Inc., 135 Felipe II
Christern Huenefeld & Co., Inc., 711

Roman

Cosmos Trading Company, 823 Urbiz-
tondo

Daido Boeiki Kaisha, Ltd., Insular Life
Germann & Company, 156 Juan Luna
Gonzalez, J., 322 Misericordia
Hanson, Orth & Stevenson Inc., Uy

Chaco Building.

Inhelder Walch Co., Ltd., China Bank
Building

Hemp

Marcelo, Simeon (Ang Kapalaran),
272 Gral. Luna, Malabon, Rizal

Kuenzle & Streiff, Inc., 345 T. Pinpin
Ohta Development Co., Insular Life

Bldg.

Olaguivel, Salustiano, 1318 Pennsylva-
nia

Philippine Net & Braid Mfg., Co., 343
Juan 1 una

Smith, Bell & Co., Ltd., Hongkong-
Shanghai Bank Bldg.

Rodelas, Timoteo, c/o Hanson, Orth &
Stevenson Inc.

Zuellig F. E., Co., Inc., 90 Rosario

Werder & Co., Ltd., 6 Ingreso

Yek Hua Trading Corporation, 132

Juan Luna

Braid

Philippine Net & Braid Mfg., Co., 343
Juan Luna

Hemp Cordage

Aguado Hermanos, 103 Balmes
Babcock & Templeton, Inc., National

City Bank Bldg.

Johnson-Pickett Rope Co., 135 San Ni-
colas

Cordage

Feliciano & Sisters, Juan, 118 Dasma-
rinas

(a) Patent Manila Rope Works, Pa-
lomar Ext., Manila

(b) Laguna Rope Factory, Sta.
Cruz, Laguna

General Manufacturing Co., 903 Int.

Kuenzle & Streiff, Inc., 345 T. Pinpin
Manila Cordage Factory, Cristobal

Ynchausti & Company, 801 Muelle dd
la Industria

Factories

Dagupan

Johnson-Pickett Rope Co., 135 San Ni-
colas

Manila Cordage Factory, Cristobal
Ynchausti & Company, 801 Muelle del

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PHILIPPINE SUGAR INDUSTRY
History

Sugar production is one of the leading and most promising industries in the
Philippines today. Sugar cane was cultivated in the Islands long before
Magellan disocvered the Philippines in 1521. History records its introduction
from India and Java, where sugar cane is believed to have been first cultivated,
although some Filipinos believe it to be indigenous to these islands.

Development

Despite the great age of the sugar industry in the Philippines, its develop-
ment has not been as rapid as that of other sugar producing countries such as
Cuba Hawaii, Porto Pico and Formosa. This is clearly demonstrated by the
following statistics showing the exportation of sugar from the Philippine Islands
during American occupation and the latter 27 years of the Spanish regime:
Before U. S. Occupation U. S. Occupation

(18731899) (19001931)

(Metric Tons of 2204 lbs.) (Metric Tons of 2204 lbs.)

1873 85,210 1900 65,191
1874 101,371 1901 56,873
1875 128,112 1902 98,596
1876 130,547 1903 85,308
1877 122,994 1904 87,053
1878 122,023 1905 108,499
1879 131,859 1906 129,454
1880 181,190 1907 127,917
1881 208,806 1908 144,735
1882 150,423 1909 129,328
1883 196,835 1910 121,472
1884 122,128 1911 209,044
1885 204,222 1912 197,076
1886 184,940 1913 157,334
1887 170,754 1914 236,498
1888 160,988 1915 211,013
1889 228,469 1916 337,490
1890 144,841 1917 205,908
1891 138,218 1918 273,258
1892 252,798 1919 136,060
1893 261,522 1920 180,341
1894 210,646 1921 289,876
1895 341,470 1922 362,072
1896 229,911 1923 271,983
1897 202,091 ' 1924 357,830
1898 180,818 1925 546,832
1899 85,828 1926 1927 411,232 553,324
Total exportation.. 4,680,014 1928 1929 1930 1931 Total exportation.. 569,938 695.868 743,980 752,932 8,851,316

The increase in yields of recent years has been largely due to the adoption
of high-yielding variety of sugar-cane and to the replacing of antiquated with
modem methods of sugar production and manufacture, in which low-grade
sugars known as muscovado were replaced with centrifugal sugars. This
change which was inaugurated in 1910 through the erection of the first sugar
central in San Jose, Mindoro, followed the granting of the free entry now. being
enjoyed by Philippine sugar in the United States markets, and resulted in the
substitution of from 1,500 to 2,000 muscovado mills producing 250,000 tons by 45
modern centrals with a combined capacity of 57,000 tons in 1931. As a result
of this change which has been made during the last decade, about 90 per cent of
the sugar now produced in the islands is in the form of centrifugals, polarizing
from 96 to 97. This development is clearly shown in the following table
compiled from the reports of the Bureau of Customs for the last 13 years,
classified as centrifugal, muscovado and refined:


PHILIPPINE^ CARNIVAL ASSOCIATION 23

THE SUGAR EXPORTS OF THE PHILIPPINES FOR THE
__ LAST THIRTEEN YEARS

(Metric Tons of 2204 lbs.)
Year Centrifugal Muscovado Refined Totals
Year Centrifugal Muscovado Refined Totals
1919 , 29,860 106,173 27 136,060
1920 53,196 127,141 3 180,340
1921 162,427 127,433 17 289,877
1922 237,829 119,368 4,875 362,072
1923 226,170 44,962 851 271,983
1924 296,242 57,057 4,531 357,830
1925 459,273 83,334 4,225 546,832
1926 339,501 69,923 1,808 411,232
1927 506,483 45,003 1,838 553,324
1928 526,236 35,658 8,044 569,938
1929 664,010 24,848 7,010 695,868
1930 709,707 6,901 27,372 743,980
1931 711,844 613 40,475 752,932
Totals.... 4,922,778 848,414 101,076 5,872,268

Present Status

Actually occupying the fifth place among sugar cane producing countries, the
Philippines is destvfed to be one of the greatest sugar producers of the world*
As a source of the countrys wealth, sugar now ranks first and foremost
among the export products of the Islands. The value of sugar exported in 1931
was 1*99,926,210 as against £104,480,451 in 1930. It is the largest item of out*
exportations, constituting 48 per cent thereof. It is estimated that the area
devoted to sugar cane cultivation in 1931 was 256,180 hectares.

Among the provinces in the islands, Occidental Negros ranks first and fore-
most as a sugar producer. Then come in the order of their ranks, Pampanga,
^arlac. Oriental Negros, Laguna. Batangas, Iloilo, Capiz, Bataan, Cebu, Min-
doro, Pangasinari, Cavite, Ilocos Sur, La Union, Leyte, Nueva Ecija, Bulacan,
Antique and Sorsogon.

Outlook for the Industry

Located within the same latitudes, the Philippines possesses climatic
conditions highly favorable to cane cultivation similar to those found in Cuba,
Java, Hawaii, and Porto Rico, the four greatest cane sugar producers of the
todav. In land surface, the Philippines is almost three times Javas or
Cubas, while Hawaii is only as large as our Mountain Province, and Porto
Rico, our Nueva Vizcaya. Yet Cuba in the 1930-1931 season, produced 3,122,186
tons; Java 2,798,870 tons; Hawaii 889,544 tons; and Porto Rico 703,388 tons
while the Philippines only 782,322-107,222 tons of centrifugal less than the small
territory of Hawaii.

The biggest problem of the Philippine sugar industry is how to lower the
very high cost of production, which makes the industry depend entirely on
the free entry accorded us in the United States market. In other words, if
Philippine sugar had to pay the duty being paid by Cuban or Javan sugars ini
the United States, our sugar industry would find it hard, if not impossible, tot
survive. A big factor in lowering the cost of production is to increase the yield
per hectare. This is being achieved by more scientific cultivation, fertilizing,
seed selection, and pest control.

PRODUCTION

Kilos Value 1 847,278,000 £119,915,000 1930 892,468,000 £114,664,000 1931 869,121,000 £=106,611,000
EXPORTATION
Kilos ..... 695,868,138 743,979,730 752,932,232
Value £106,488,298 1*104,480,451 r 99,926,210


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EXPORTERS IN MANILA
Centrifugal

Anderson, Wm. H., Agent, 25 Plaza
Goiti

Bunning & Co., Inc., 135-165 Felipe II
Calamba Sugar Estate, National City-

Bank Bldg.

Central Luzon Milling Co., Inc., 619
Escolta

Compania General de Tabacos. de Fili-
pinas, 212 Marquez da Comillas

Cooper, Alfred D. Chaco Building
Davies & Co., Theo. H. Ltd., Samanillo

Building

Green, B. A. Agent, 24 Escolta
Hanson, Orth & Stevenson, Inc., Uy

Chaco Building

Hawaiian Philippine* Co., Zobel Bldg.
Ker & Co., 10 San Gabriel
Kuan Low & Co., 432 Poblete
Kust Gronke, National City Bank

Bldg.

Lizarraga Hermanos, El Hogar Bldg.
Mount Arayat Sugar Co., El Hogar

Building

Roxas, Vda. de P. P., 719 Echague
Smith, Bell & Co., Ltd., Hongkong-

Shanghai Bank Bldg.

Warner, Barnes & Co., Ltd., Samanillo

Building

Welch Fairchild & Co., Ltd., Zobel
Building

Muscovado

Hanson, Orth & Stevenson, Inc., Uy
Chaco Building

Ker Co., 10 San Gabriel
Kuan Low & Co., 432 Poblete
Roxas, Vda. de P. P., 719 Echague
Smith, Bell & Co., Ltd., Hongkong-
Shanghai Bank Bldg.

Refined

Bunning & Co., Inc., 135-165 Felipe II Smith, Bell & Co., Ltd., Hongkong-
Hanson, Orth & Stevenson, Inc., Uy Shanghai Bank Bldg.

Warner, Barnes & Co., Ltd., Samanillo
Building

Welch Fairchild & Co., Ltd., Zobel
Building

Ynchausti & Co., Manila Pilot Bldg.

Chaco Building Roxas, Vda. de P. P., 719 Echague

THE EXHIBIT BUILDING OF THE PROVINCE OF PANGASINAN

(1931 CARNIVAL)


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PHILIPPINE CENTRIFUGAL SUGAR MILLS

19321933 CROP

Asturias Sugar Central, Inc.......Asturias ...

Bacolod-Murcia Milling Co., Inc...Bacolod ....

Bataan Sugar Co., Inc.............Balanga ....

Binalbagan Estate, Inc............Binalbagan ..

Bogo-Medellin Milling Co., Inc....Bogo .........

Calamba Sugar Estate..............CaUamba ...

Cebu Sugar Co.....................Cebu .........

Central Azucarera de Bais.........Bais ..........

Central Azucarera de Calatagan.... Cala/tagan ..,

Central Azucarera del Danao.......Danao /.......

Central Azucarera Don Pedro.......Don Pedro .

Central Azucarera de la Carlota___La Carlota ...

Central Azucarera del Norte.......Condon _______

Central Azucarera de Tarlac.......Tarlac .........

Central de la Rama................Leonorf ......

Central de la Rama...............Lumangub ...

Central Luzon Milling Co., Inc...Bamban .......

Central Santos-Lopez ............Santos-Lopez..,

Central Sara-Ajuy ...............Sara-Ajuy ...

Hawaiian-Philippine Co............1 Silay ......

Hijos de F. de la Rama & Co.......' Lourdes ....

Hind Sugar Co.....................1 Manaoag ____

Isabela Sugar Co., Inc............Isabela ......

Kabankalan Sugar Co., Inc.........Bearin .......

Lopez Sugar Central Mill Co., Inc... Lopez .....

San Juan, Dumalag, Capiz ...
Bacolod, Occidental Negros ...
Balanga, Bataan ................

Binalbagan, Occidental Negros

Bogo, Cebu ....................

Canlubang, Laguna ............

Talisay, Cebu .................

Bais, Oriental Negros .........

Calatagan, Batangas ...........

Escalante, Occidental Negros .

Nasugbu, Batangas .............

La Carlota, Occidental Negros.

Candon, Ilocos Sur ............

San Miguel, Tarlac ............

Escalante, Occidental Negros .

Bago, Occidental Negros .......

Bamban, Tarlac ................

Barotac Nuevo, Iloilo .........

Ajuy, Iloilo ..................-

Silay, Occidental Negros .......

Dingle, Iloilo, Panay .........

Manaoag, Pangasinan ............

Isabela, Occidental Negros .....

Kabankalan, Occidental Negros.
Fabrica, Occidental Negros ....

1,200

2,842

200

3,022

600

Mr. Manuel Garcia
Mr. Olimpio de la Rama
Mr. J. R. Carmichael, Pres.
Mr. John Dumas
Mr. Allister Forbes

3,836 Mr. L. Weinzheimer, Vice-Pres.
634 Mr. Jarneis Scott

2,494 Mr. Fermin de Urmeneta
700 Ayala & Co.

563 Mr. Simplicio Lizares

2,482 Roxas y Cia.

4,306 Mr. Prosper Verstockt
300 Mr. Martin de Eiguren

6,000 Mr. E. C. Zitkowski, Supt.

400 Mr. Esteban de la Rama
300 Mr. Esteban de la Rama

1,600 Mr. Modesto de Cortabitarte
611 Mr. Francisco R. Santos
750 Mr. F. V. Kauffman, Jr.

3,000 Mr. R. C. Pitcairn
150 Mr. M. S. Longa
300 Mr. R. Renton Hind, Vice-Pres.

2,285 Mr. Candido Montilla
700 Mr. Guillermo Lizarraga
881 Mr. Carlos S. Lopez

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NAME OF CORPORATION

CENTRAL

LOCATION

Luzon Sugar Co., Inc..............

Ma-ao Sugar Central Co., Inc......

Mabalacat sugar Company...........

Mount Arayat Sugar Co.............

North Negros Sugar Co., Inc.......

Nueva Ecija Sugar Mills, Inc......

Ormoc Sugar Co....................

Pampanga Sugar Development Co.. .

Pampanga Sugar Mills..............

Paniqui Sugar Mills...............

Philippine Milling Co.............

Philippine Starch & Sugar Co......

Philippine Sugar Estates Dev. Co...

Pilar Sugar Central...............

Salvador Serra, Proprietor........

San Carlos Milling Co., Ltd.......

Talisay-Silay Milling Co..........

Victorias Milling Co..............

Vidaurrazaga y Mota...............

Calumpit ...

Ma-ao ......

Mabalacat ..

Arayat .....

Manapla ...

Cabiao .....

Ormoc ......

Pasudc'co ...
Del Carmen
Paniqui ....
San Jose ...
Janiuay ....
El Real ....

Pilar ......

Palma ......

San Carlos .
Talisay-Silay.
Victorias ...
San Isidro .

Calumpit, Bulacan ............

Bago, Occidental Negros ....

Mabalacat, Pampanga ..........

Araylat, Pampamga^ ...........

Manapla, Occidental Negros .

Cabiao, Nueva Ecija ..........

Ormoc, Leyte .................

San Fernando, Pampanga ...

Del Carmen, Pampanga .........

Paniqui, Tarlac ..............

San Jose, Mindoro ............

Janiuay, Iloilo ..............

Calamba, Laguna ..............

Pilar, Capiz, Panay ..........

Ilog, Occidental Negros ......|

San Carlos, Occidental Negros..

, Talisay, Occidental Negros ....
Victorias, Occidental Negros .. J
. Kabankalan, Occidental Negros.

Capacity
Ton. per
24 Hrs.

MANAGER

375 Mr. Joseph Wyllie
2,866, Mr. Jorge L. Araneta

250 Mr. Joaquin Dayrit
853 Mr. Daniel Aguas Folch
2,100 Mr. F. E. Greenfield
300 Hon. F. Buencamino, Jr.
300 Mr. Ramon Aboitiz
3,800 Mr. Wenceslao Trinidad
4,200 Mr. L. Weinzheimer
725 Mr. Jose Cojuangco
1,550 Mr. G. H. Pritchett
500 Mr. Jas. B. Laing
500 Mr. Gabriel Vivar
750 Mr. Ysaac de Arana
550 Mr. Pablo Gurruchari
2,136 Mr. C. L. Hogan
2,908 Mr. Cesar Ledesma
2,272 Mr. J. J. Ossorio
600 ""r. Jesus Bilbao

PHILIPPINE CARNIVAL ASSOCIATION

Summary: 45 Factories. Daily cane capacity, 67,791 metric tons cane per 24 hours.

Under normal season, with the present capacity, the Centrals can mill an average of 1,200,000 tons of sugar; under pro-
longed milling period, a maximum of 1,500,000 tops of sugar.


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COMPARATIVE CENTRIFUGAL SUGAR PRODUCTION
(JK THE PHILIPPINES

FOR 1931-32 AND 1930-31 CROPS

CENTRALS

Negros

1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

6.

7.

8.
9.

10.

11.

12.

13.

14.

15.

16.

17.

18.
19.

20.

21.

22.

23.

24.

25.

26.

27.

28.

29.

30.

31.

32.

33.

34.

35.

36.

37.

38.

39.

40.

41.

42.

42.

44.

Bacolod-Murcia Milling Co.......

Binalbagan Estate, inc..........

Central Azucarera de Bais ......

Central Azucarera del Danao ....

Central Bearin .................

Central De la Rama (Bago) ......

Central De la Rama (Talisay) ...

Central Leonor .................

Central Palma ..................

Central San Isidro..............

Hawaiian-Philippine Co..........

Isabela Sugar Co., Inc..........

La Carlota Sugar Central........

Lopez Sugar Central Mill Co.....

Ma-ao Sugar Central Co..........

North Negros Sugar Co...........

San Carlos Milling Co., Ltd.....

Talisay-Silay Milling Co........

Victorias Milling Co............

Luzon

Bataan Sugar Company............

Calamba Sugar Estate............

Central Azucarera de Calatagan..

Central Azucarera de Tarlac ____

Central Azucarera del Norte.....

Central Azucarera Don Pedro ...

Central Luzon Milling Co.......

Hind Sugar Company .............

Luzon Sugar Company.............

Mabalacat Sugar Co..............

Mount Arayat Sugar Co...........

Nucva Ecija Sugar Mills, Inc. .. .
Pampanga Sugar Development Co.

Pampa nga Sugar Mills .........

Pan'aui Sugar MPls .............

Philippine Sugar Estates Dev. Co.
Panay

Asturias Sugar Central, Inc....

Central Lourdes ...............

Central Santos-Lonez ..........

Central Sara-Aiuy...............

Philippine Starch & Sugar Co. ...

Pilar Sugar Central ...........

Mindoro

Philippine Milling Co...........

Cebu

Po^o-Medellin Milling Co........

Cebu Sugar Co...................

Leyte

Ormoc Sugar Company.............

TOTAL PRODUCTION ....

irfol-32 Crop
piculs Long1 Tons

lby.lllus. 2.240 lbs.

1930-31 Crop
piculs Long- Tons

139.44 ibs. 2.240 lbs.

669,690 41,689 678,255 42,222
833,687 51,898 679,177 42,279
686,311 42,724 562,272 35,002
162,140 10,093 122,133 7,603
203,756 12,684 185,033 11,518
65,140 4,055 40,000 2 2,490
13,925 1 867 15,000 2 934
30,000 2 1,868 16,063 2 1,000
153,144 9,533 132,230 8,232
174,250 10,847 155,031 9,651
871,534 54,254 765,930 47,680
514,530 32,030 396,889 24,707
1,199,858 74,692 1,010,506 62,905
400,000 4 24,900 177,062 11,022
688,023 42,830 594,785 37,026
867,456 4 54,000 604,119 37,607
623,045 38,785 472,884 29,437
674,487 41,987 693,480 43,170
634,073 39,472 539,991 33,615
9,465,049 589,208 7,840,840 488,100
48,603 3,025 29,991 1,867
770,480 47,963 627,076 39,036
94,863 5,905 75,127 4,677
784,413 48,831 522,040 32,497
40,000 2 2,490 37,218 2,317
467,221 29,085 334,008 20,792
380,487 23,685 269,230 16,760
20,484 1,275 3 3
75,464 4,698 49.830 3,102
46,885 2,919 40.000 2,490
147,990 9,213 82.300 5,123
48,635 3.028 27.373 1,704
984,671 61,297 726,371 45,217
946,138 58.898 772,015 48,059
125.000 2 7,781 99.002 6,163
75,000 4,669 54,000 3,361
5,056.334 314,763 3,745,581 233,165
257,155 16,008 223,065 13,886
26,000 2 1,619 25,991 1,618
184.112 11.461 146.180 9,100
87.043 5.419 75,771 4,717
63.516 3,954 18,000 1,120
229,747 14,302 195,417 12,165
8477573 52,763 684,424 J2,606
134,093 8,347 148,009 9,213
134.184 8,353 40.339 2,511
83,504 5,198 55,934 3,482
217,688 13,551 96,273 5,993
Sfi.filO 5,392 39,556 2,462
15,807,347 984,024 12,554,683 781,539

Cane milled at Bago Central. 2 Estimates, final figures not available.
Did not operate. 4 Latest estimate; still milling.

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PHILIPPINE TOBACCO

ITS PROBLEMS AND PLACE IN THE WORLDS TRADE

Tobacco is now cultivated thruout the world. The first twelve from a list of
forty-five tobacco producing countries may be arranged on the basis of the
amount of their average production for 1920-1922 in the following order: United
States, India, China, Brazil, Japan, Dutch East Indies, Russia, Philippines,
Germany, Greece, Cuba and France. It is interesting to note that the Philip-
pines would rank first as a tobacco producer in Europe, Africa or Australia,
second in either North America or South America. She is fifth in Asia and
eighth in the world.

The relative position of the Philippines as a tobacco producer in the world
is the more remarkable when the fact is considered that tobacco was not known
in this country until the latter part of the 16th century when it was introduced
here from Mexico. Since that time it has been cultivated and its importance in
the trade steadily increased. The tobacco monopoly established in 1783 by the
Spanish government gave a great impetus to this rapidly growing industry.
The admission free of duty into the United States of Philippine tobacco and its
products, at first in limited quantities and later on. in any amount, has brought
about radical changes in the preparation of tobacco products for consumption* in
the American market, the retention of which depends upon the improvement of
the quality of leaf tobacco, and the production of really good tobacco manufac-
tures, two of the main problems of the tobacco industry.

The Philipipine Government, in its efforts to develop the industry and to
maintain and open new markets abroad, seeks to improve the quality of leaf
tobacco and its manufactures thru the proper enforcement of the provisions of
Act No. 2613 and its amendments together with the rules and regulations issued
thereunder. According to this law, tobacco reaches the markets in the form of
leaf, or in the form of manufactured or partially manufactured tobacco products.

Leaf tobacco is now produced in practically all parts of the Philippines,
particularly in Isabela and Cagayan where the choicest leaves of exquisite aroma
are produced. Other important producing provinces are La Union., Pangasinan,
Nueva Ecija, Ilccos Norte and Cebu. No person, except a planter selling
tobacco of his own production to registered dealers in the province where the
tobacco is grown, may deal in leaf tobacco, unless he is duly authorized by the
Government to do so. In other words, leaf tobacco is handled in the trade only
by dealers who are registered as such in the Bureau of Internal Revenue. All
leaf-tobacco to be removed from the province of its origin to Manila, must be
inspected either at the point of shipment or at the point of destination. In this
way leaf tobacco reaches the exporters or large consumers properly classified
and graded according to regulations, and is exported chiefly to Spain, France.
United States, and the French East Indies.

Tobacco manufactures which include cigars, cigarettes, smoking and chew-
ing tobacco, snuff and others are subject to government regulations. Accor-
dingly the type of manufactured tobacco products that are intended for export
as well as for local consumption is determined by such regulations, and such
tobacco products as are manufactured in factories are prepared under most
sanitary conditions. But where is the market for the products? Many of the
manufacturers are content with supplying the local demand. Some distribute
their products locally and at the same time engage in the export trade; while
others prepare their manufactures wholly for export. Their best market for
cigars are the United States, China, France, Spain, British East Indies, and
other Oriental countries; and for cigarettes, French East Indies, Hongkong,
Japan, China, and the British East Indies.

Altho some improvements have been achieved in the tobacco industry as a
result of government regulations, yet the industry, in general, leaves much to be
desired, especially in marketing the products. However, the organization of to-
bacco co-operative marketing asaociations in the provinces, and the establishment
of tobacco merchants associations in the City of Manila and other tobacco
trading centers promise better days for the industry, as these factors will
surely put the tobacco industry on a good, sound and broad basis.


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Production TOBACCO AND MANUFACTURERS OF 1928 1929 1930 1931
Kilos 46,177,000 47,419,000 46,144,000 43,516,000
Value .. if* 9,335,000 W0,463,000 F 9,336,000 P 7,406,000
Number ,.. .. 220,884,000 EXPORTS Cigars 188,333,000 178,561,000 183,874,000
Value .. 9,od0,279 f* 7,649,297 F 7,090,446 F 6,790,674
Number ... .. 230,259,000 Cigarettes 159,865,000 60,382,000 33,470,000
Value .. F 446,825 1* 297,406 F 133,399 F 83,128
Kilos ,. 20,217,486 Leaf 27,578,991 20,770,616 22,653,099
Value .. 6,059,265 f* 8,784,870 F 7,451,758 F 7,002,991

EXPORTERS IN MANILA
Leaf Tobacco (Unstemmed)

Aguado Hermanos, 103 Balmes
Alhambra Cigar and Cigarette Mfg.,

Co., 31 Tayuman,

Berger & Co., S. M., 2215 Azcarraga
Running & Co., Inc., 135 Felipe II
Compania General de Tabacos de Fili-

pinas, 212 Marquez de Comillas

El Oriente, Fabrica de Tabacos, 732
Evangelista

Pujalte, Miguel, S. en C., 9 Plaza Mo-
raga

Smith, Bell & Co., Ltd., Hongkong
Shanghai Bank Bldg,

Leaf Tobacco (Stemmed)

Aguado Hermanos, 103 Balmes
Alhambra Cigar and Cigarette Mfg.,

Co., 31 Tayuman

Berger & Co., S. M., 2215 Azcarraga
Punning & Co., Inc., 135 Felipe II
Compania General de Tabacos de Fili-

pinas, 212 Marquez de Comillas

El Oriente, Fabrica de Tabacos, 732
Evangelista

Fernandez & Co., V. T., S. 0. Fernan-
dez Bldg., Escolta

Helena, Cigar Co., 36 Novaliches
La Prueba Tobaco Co., Inc., 2006 Az-

carraga

Tobacco (Scraps, Strippeds Filler and Cigar Ends)

Aguado Hermanos, 103 Balmes Helena, Cigar Co., 36 Novaliches

Alhambra Cigar and Cigarette Mfg., La Prueba Tobaco Co., Inc., 2006 Az-

Co., 31 Tayuman carraga

Fernandez & Co., V. T., S. O. Fernan-

dez Bldg., Escolta

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HIGH SCHOOL and INTERMEDIATE COURSES =

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Tobacco (Smoking or Cut)

Aguado Hermanos, 103 Balmes
Alhambra Cigar and Cigarette Mfg.

Co., 31 Tayuman
Helena Cigar Co., 36 Novaliches

La Insular, Inc., 20 Plaza Calderon de
la Barca

Mieerkamp & Co., Ltd., 979 M. de la
Industria

CIGAR

Aguado Hermanos, 103 Balmes
Alhambra Cigar and Cigarette Mfg.

Co., 31 Tayuman

Berger & Co., S. M., 2215 Azcarraga
Compania General de Tabacos de Fili-

pinas, 212 Marquez de Comillas
El Oriiente, Fabrica de Tabacos, 732

Evangelista

Fernandez & Co., V. T., S. 0. Fernan-
dez Bldg., Escolta

Helena Cigar Co., 36 Novaliches
Katubusan Cigar and Cigarette Fac-

tory, 501 Clavel

La Insular, Inc., 20 Plaza Calderon de
la Barca

La Prueba Tobacco Co., Inc., 2006 Az-
carraga

Manila Mercantile Co., Inc., 511 Az-
carraga

Meerkamp & Co., Ltd., 979 M. de la
Industria

Meritas Tobacco Factory, 2006 Azcar-
raga

Minerva Cigar Corporation, 2219 Az-
carraga

Mitsui Bussan Kaisha, Ltd., National
City Bank Bldg.

Siy Cong Bieng & Co., Inc., 123 Juan
Luna

Smith, Bell & Co., Ltd., Hongkong-
Shanghai Bank Bldg.

Viegelmann, Schroder & Co., 997 M. d
la Industria

Warner, Barnes & Co., Ltd., Luis Per235
Samanillo Bldg., Escolta

Yek Hua Trading Corporation, 132
Juan Luna

Cigarettes

Aguado Hermanos, 103 Balmes
Alhambra Cigar and Cigarette Mfg.

Co., 31 Tayuman

Compania General de Tabacos de Fili-
pinas, 212 Marquez de Comillas

Dy Buncio & Co., 191-213 M. de Bi-
nondo

El Oriente, Fabrica de Tabacos, 732
Evangelista

Fernandez & Co., V. T., S. O. Fernan-
dez Bldg., Escolta

Germinal, Inc., 932 Benavides
Helena Cigar Co., 86 Novaliches

Katubusan Cigar and Cigarette Fac-
tory, 501 Clavel

Kuenzle & Streiff, Inc., 345 T. Pinpin
La Insular, Inc., 20 Plaza Calderon de

la Barca

La Paz y Buien Viaje, 429 Asuncion
La Prueba Tobacco Co., Inc., 2006 Az-

cadaga

Manila Mercantile Co., Inc., 511 Az-
carraga

Meerkamp & Co., Inc., 979 M. de la
Industria

Siy Cong Bieng & Co., Inc., 123 J. Luna
Smith, Bell & Co., Ltd., Hongkong**

Shanghai Bank Bldg.

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THE COCONUT AND COCONUT PRODUCTS

The Philippines is the third leading coconut producing country and furnishes
one-third of the worlds supply of copra. The annual return of nuts in these
Islands is over 2,000,000,000, and the output of copra is over 400,000 tons a year.

Compared with other crops, coconut ranks second in acreage among the
principal crops raised in the Philippines, rice being first and corn third. For the
year ended June SO, 1931, it is estimated that there were about 563,000 hectares
planted to coconut palms with an average of 190 trees to a hectare.

Of all Philipipne staples the coconut has the most uses. It is the product
that furnishes raw material directly or indirectly to three important Philippine
industries copra meal, coconut oil, and desiccated coconut industry. The com-
bined export value of the products from these industries amounted to about
Â¥*36,757,000 in 1931.

The exportation of copra jdates back as far as 1866. From 36.807 kilos
valued at ^2,880 in that year, the export figures went up to 174,300,000 kilos
with a corresponding value of ¥*26,866,875 in 1930 but they decreased to
174,239,000 kilos, valued at 1*18,301,000 in 1931, due to economic depression.
From 1916 to 1921 there was a big decline in the shipments due to the establish-
ment of many local mills, which absorbed the bulk of the copra output. From
1921 on, however, there was a revival in the export trade on account of the
renewed activities of European and American mills, which, during and imme-
diately after the war, were out of operation. To secure a constant supply of
copra for American mills, export houses representing oil interests in the United
States have established offices in Manila and in Cebu, where they compete
with the local mills in the purchase of raw materials. The opening of ports in
Tayabas and in the Bicol region at which ocean-going vessels call from time
to time to load for foreign countries, has accentuated the exports of copra.

The manufacture and exportation of coconut oil on a commercial scale did
not take place until 1913, when the first oil factory was organized. Pervious to
that year what little oil was exported was all made in the home by the crude
method. From 5,010,429 kilos valued at ¥*2,292,678 in 1913, the exportation
increased to 139,942,612 kilos valued at ¥*73,719,504 in 1919. The years 1918
and 1919 marked the boom of the oil industry in these Islands. Operating units
then were around thirty. This number, however, gradually decreased a,s
business conditions became adverse.

Copra-cake, the by-product of copra, is in great demand in Europe and in
America. It is chiefly used for cattle feed and for fertilizer.

Another by-product of the coconut, which is worth while looking into, is the
coir, the fiber obtaired from the husks of the rJuts. This product is used for
calking boats, for making mats arid mattings, for upholstering and stuffing
cushioris and mattresses and for making rope and brushes. At present, hundreds
of milliions of these husks are available for industrial purposes.

PRODUCTION

Copra

1927 1928 1929 1930 1931

Kilos ..... 410,160,000 432,664,000 480,191,000 460,130,000 419,637,000

Value _____ ¥*64,509,000 ¥*68,384,000 ¥*67,518,000 ¥*57,530,000 M3,638,000


PHILIPPINE CARNIVAL ASSOCIATION 33

EXPORTS
Coconut Oil

Kilos ..... 144,809,683 142,243,147 190,519,204 147,364,631 167,970,198

Value ... ¥49,681,366 ¥46,978,345 ¥=58,369,888, P38,310,763 30,070,644.

Copra

Kilos ..... 199,318,985 234,416,772 173,572,680 174,300,372 174,239,165

Value .... ¥=38,311,481 ¥45,084,682 ¥31,131,641 P26,866,875 18,300,808

Copra Cake

Kilos ..... 90,761,976 81,652,385 113,792,152 89,903,761 98,^25,559

Value .... ¥ 4,969,078 ¥ 5,772,274 ¥ 7,585,573 P 3,784,449 3,041,605

Desiccated Coconut

Kilos ..... 15,183,651 20,364,561 22,285,523 19,932,786 16,821,633

Value .... ¥ 5,700,120 ¥ 7,447,171 ¥ 7,080,247 P 5,925,689 3,644,257

EXPORTERS IN MANILA

Copra

Atkins, Kroll & Co., Inc., 701 M. de la
Industria

Babcock & Templeton, Inc., 433 Natio-
nal City Bank Bldg.

Boyle, H. H. & Co., Inc., 179 Muelle de
Binondo

Compania General de Tabacos de Fili-
pinas, 212 Marquez de Comillas

Cruz, Mauricio & Co., Inc., 406 Masonic
Temple Bldg.

Durkee Famous Foods, Inc., 441 Maso-
nic Temple Bldg.

Dy Buncio & Co., Inc., 191 Muelle de
Binondo

El Dorado Oil Works, National City
Bank Bldg.

Hanson, Orth & Stevenson, Inc., Uy
Chaco Bldg. ,

Ker & Co., 10 San Gabriel
Li Seng Giap & Co., 179 Muelle de
Binondo

Maneru & Co., Inc., 412 Filipinas Bldg.
Siy Cong Bieng & Co., Inc., 123 J.
Luna

Smith, Bell & Co,, Ltd., Hongkong &
Shanghai Bank Bldg.,

Sy Yoco & Sons, Inc., 6 Ingreso

Cocon ut Oil

Carrero, Vidal & Co., Provisor Island
Compania General de Tabacos de Fili-
pinas, 212 Marquez de Comillas
Hanson, Orth & Stevenson, Inc., Uy
Chaco Bldg.

Jao Cui Pien, 419 Juan Luna
Philippine Manufacturing Company,
244 David

Philippine Refining Corporation, 1035
Isaac Peral

Smith, Bell & Co., Hongkong & Shang-
hai Bank Bldg.

Spencer, Kellogg & Sons, (Phil.) Inc,.,
Tomas Claudio

Viegelmann, Schroder & Co., 997 M.
de la Industria

Copra Cake

Aguado Hermanos, 104 Balmes
Bunning & Co., 135-165 Felipe II
Carrero Vidal & Co., Provisor Island
Compania Genral de Tabacos de Fili-
pinas, 212 Marquez de Comillas
Hanson, Orth & Stevenson, Inc., Uy
Chaco Bldg.

Joa Cui Pien, 419 Juan Luna
Philippine Manufacturing Co., 244
David

Philippine Refining Corporation, 1035
Isaac Peral

Smith, Bell & Co., Hongkong & Shang-
hai Bank Bdg.

Spender, Kellog & Sons, (Phil.) Inc.,
Tomas Claudio

Viegelmann, Schroder & Co., 997 M. de
la Indusria

Zuelilg, F. E. Inc., 90 Rosario


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DESICATED COCONUT FACTORIES

Carabao Coconut Company-
Factory, Candelaria, Tayabas
Manila Office, 134 San Marcelino
Factories, Pureza, Sta. Mesa, Manila
Factory & Office, Zamb., Zamboanga
ang San Pablo, Laguna
Office: Purcza, Sta. Mesa, Manila

Mount Banahaw Shredded Coconut Co.
Factory, Nagcarlang, Laguna
Office: Mr. Howlands, National City

Bank Bldg.

Manila Office: c/o Mr. Mitchell, 503
Chaco Building Manila

Pagsanjan Manufacturing Company,
Pagsanjan, Laguna

Philippine Desicated Coconut Corp.
Philippine Food Products Co.

Red V. Magdalena, Laguna Manila Of-
fice: c/o Smith Bell & Co., Ltd.

LARD AND BUTTER SUBSTITUTES MANUFACTURERS

Domingo Legarda & Company, Pureza, Philippine Mfg. Co., 244 David, Manila
Manila Zuellig, F. E. Inc., 90 Rosario

OIL MILLS IN THE PHILIPPINES

Carrero, Vidal & Co., Provisor Island
Compania General de Tabacos de Fili-

pinas, 212 Marquez de Comillas
Jao Cui Pien, 15 Cristobal, Paco, Ma-

nila

Luzon Industrial Corporation Coconut
Oil Factory, Chaco Bldg., Manila
Madrigal Oil Mills, 117 Estero de Bi-

nondo, Manila and Cebu, Cebu

Philippine Mapufacturing Co., 244 Da-
vid, Manila

Philippine Refining Corporation, 1035
Isaac Peral, Manila

Philippine Refining Corporation, 1045
Mactan Island, Cebu

Spencer, Kellogg & Sons, (Phil.) Inc.,
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PHILIPPINE CARNIVAL ASSOCIATION 35

THE PHILIPPINE LUMBER INDUSTRY

At the time of the occupation of the Philippine Islands by the United States,
the lumber industry was confined very largely to the cutting of the highest
grade cabinet and construction woods for which tropical forests have always
been noted, and to comparatively small quantities of the more common and
plentiful species for cheap and temporary construction. Owing to their relative
lack of durability under tropical conditions, these more plentiful species were
considered as practically worthless, so that their use was very limited.

Logging was parctically confined entirely to hand and animal methods
while, with but two or three mills in Manila and as many more in the provinces,
the production of lumber was largely by hand-sawers.

With the establishment of the Bureau of Forestry in 1900 and the loss by
fire of most of the records of the old Spanish Forestry Service, a general survey
of the forest area of the Philippines, their composition and the character of
the various timber producing trees was undertaken as rapidly as possible. This sur^
vey soon established the fact that the better known, hard, durable and fancy cabi-
net and construction woods were comparatively scarce while from 75% to 80% of
the timber producing trees belonged to the Dinterocarp or lauan family, and
that any extensive development of the lumber industry must depend upon the
developmnt of markets for these woods.

Strength and durability tests w<^re then started with the result that the
woods of the lauan groun were found to equal or surpass, in both strength and
durability, the Oregon nine and redwood which were being imported for general
construction nurnoses bv the jArmv. Naw and commercial firms. The establish-
ed use ofi American soft, woods, however, with the inability to o*et well sawn
and seasoned material of all sizes and the general lack of familiarity with the
working dualities of Philippine woods, acted as a deterrent in the general
adoption; of local timber.

The large amount of construction work and consequent demand for lumber,
following the American occupation and the reestablishment ot peaceful condi-
tions, however, created a sale for local woods with +he result that by 1903"
there were fourteen sawmills installed, eight, of whmh ^ere in Manila. The
total cut of these mills, rated at a capacity of about 80.000 board feet per day.
was not more than. 15,000,000 to 20,000,000 board feet per annum, or about 50%
of the total reported cut of timber from the public forests.

From this small beginning of a. dozen mills sawin^ a large percentage of the
higher grade species brought to them in the form of squared logs and flitches
from small hand and carabao logging operations, the lumber industry has grown
and in 1930 there were 111 mills in active operation cutting 500,000,000 board
feet of lumber, or over 99% of the total cut from the public and private forests,
while the larger mills and an increasing number of the smaller ones are securing
their logs by modern steam logging onerabions. The local use of Philippine
lumber has increased from 20,000 or 30,000 board feet to about 400,000,00
board feet, whPe imports have decreased from 30,000,000, board feet to
4,000,000 board feet per year.

EXPORTS
Lumber and Timber

1928 1929 1930 1931

Cubic meter .. 202,547 246,962 194,395 168,240

Value ....... ^6,253,001 1*7,236,794 1*5,486,784 P3,681,203


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LUMBER EXPORTERS IN MANILA

Cadwallader Gibson Lumber Co<., 63
Nagtahan

Cranston Engineering Company, 400*
Kneedler Bldg.

Dee C. Chuan & Co., 1028 Juan Luna
Dee Hong Lue & Co., Inc., 932-50 J.

Luna

Findlay Millar Timber, Co., Ltd., Uy
Chaco Bldg.

Go Tauco & Co., Vicente, 214 Soler
Insular Lumber Company, P. V. O.

Bldg., Pureza, Sta. Mesa
Kolambugan Lumber and Development

Co., Chaco Bldg.

Mindanao Lumber Co., 214 Soler
Mitsui Bussan Kaisha, Ltd., National

City Bank Bldg.

Native Lumber Co., Corner Azcarraga
and Dagupan

Negros-Philippne Lumber Co., 214 Soler
Norton & Harrison Co., 410-18 Kneed-

ler Bldg.

Sta. Clara Lumber Co., Inc., 903 Dagu-
pan

Tuazon & Sampedro, 817 Globo de Oro
Velasco & Co., Mariano, 645 Soler

PRINCIPAL LUMBER MILLS

Abuyag Sawmill, Catarman, Samar
Asia Lumber Company, Iloilo, Iloilo

Basilan Lumber Company, Zamboanga,
Zamboanga

Butuan Sawmill, Butuan, Agusan
Cadwalaler Gibson Lumber Co., 63

Nagtahan, Manila

Calauag Sawmill, 214 Soler, Manila
Calbayog Sawmill, Calbayog, Samar
Dagami Sawmill, Dagami, Leyte
Dee C. Chuan Lumber Co., 1028 Juan

Luna, Manila

Dee Hong Lue & Co., Inc., 932-50 J.
Luna

Eureka Sawmill, Tacloban, Leyte
Filipinas Lumber Co., 123 Juan Luna,

Manila

Findlay Milllar Timber, Co., 1000 Cor-
deleria

Hercules Lumber Company, 814 Globo
de Oro, Manila

Insular Lumber Co., P. V. O. Bldg. Pu-
reza, Manila

Insular Sawmill, 330 Canonigo, Manila
Kinamaligan Sawmill, Masbate, Mas-

bate

Kolambugan Lumber and Development
Co., Uy Chaco Bldg., Manila

Leyte Sawmill, Tacloban, Leyte
Milbuk Timber Co., 412 Uy Chaco

Bldg., Manila

Mindanao Lumber Co., 214 Soler, Ma-
nila

Mindoro Sawmill Co., Abra de Ilog,
Mindoro

Misamis Lumber Co., Misamis, Misamis

Native Lumber Co., Corner Azcarraga
and Dagupan

Navotas Sawmill, Navotas, Rizal
Zambales Lumber Company, 932-50 J,

Luna

Negros-Philippine Lumber Co., 1928 J.
Luna, Manila

Northern Luzon Lumber Co., Claveria,
Cagayan

Olotunga Sawmill, Iloilo, Iloilo

Oriental Sawmill, 313 Tanduay, Ma-
nila

Pagsanjan Sawmill, Santa Cruz, La-
guna

Port Banga Lumber Company, Zam-
boanga, Zamboanga

Port Lebak Lumber Co., 744 Echague
Rio y Olabarrieta Sawmill, 703 S. Fer-

nando, Manila

Ruiz & Rementeria Sawmill, 233 Car-
ried, Manila

Sta. Clara Lumber Co., Inc., 903 Da-
gupan/

Smithland Sawmill, Iloilo, Iloilo
Tacloban Sawmill, Tacloban, Leyte
Tan C. Tee & Co., 744 Echague, Manila
Tuason y Sampedro Sawmill, 817 Globo

de Oro, Manila

Visayan Lumber Co., Calubihan, Leyte
Visayan Sawmill, Tacloban, Leyte
Zambales Lumber Company, 932-50 J.

Luna


PHILIPPINE CARNIVAL ASSOCIATION 37

PHILIPPINE EMBROIDERY

Although the Filipino women are adept in hand embroidery and have been
engaged m it for several centuries, the industry remained merely a spare mo-
ment industry until recent years. The local output of hand embroidery in 1913
reached **2,500,000 and in 1920, over 5=15,000,000. From the year ending
December SI, 1914, when the value of total exports of hand embroidery from
the Philippines totalled 1*324,912, until the end of the year 1920, when the total
exportation amounted to F15,623,567, a period of seven years, the increase was
almost lortymne fold. In 1922v however, because of the weak and unsettled
market conditions, abroad, the value of Philippine embroidery exported de-
creased to only Ml,528,691.00. In 1931 the exports of this porducts again
decreased to P5,314,259.00. There are today many concerns id and around Manila
engaged in the preparation of this handiwork lor the export trade.

Most of these concerns are not, strictly speaking, factories. The bigger
companies have their headquarters in Manila and a number of sub-agencies id the
adjoining provinces. Each concern maintains from five to one hundred em-
ployees at its local headquarters, and from ten to one hundred agents who deal
with piece workers in or around the city, in the municipalities of Mariquina
and Paranaque of the province of Rizal, and of the province of Cavite, in the muni*
cipality of Taal of the province of Batangas, in Calumpit and Hagonoy
of the province of Bulacan and in various parts of Pampaga and Tarlac, not
to medtion limited districts in the Visayas. The laborers in the local headquarters,
mostly women, are for the most part wearing on a wage basis and are engaged
in embroidering, cutting, sewing, trimming, ribboning, ironing, and packing
for the export trade.

Philippine hand-made embroideries are only of cotton and linen. The ma-
terials chiefly used in the making of Philippine hand-made embroideries are
nainsock, batiste, voile, georgette, crepe de chine and net cotton. All these
materials are imported from the United States. The principal embroidered
articles made in the Philippnies are lingerie, childrens clothes, handkerchiefs,
table cloths and underwear of various classes which, for the most part are
prepared acording to specification of orders received. The workmanship is
generally excellent, and because of this, the Philippine hand-made embroideries
will probably continue to hold their position in the American market, notwith-
standing a resumption of the manufacture and export of embroideries and laces
from Europe. The supply of embroidery workers in the Islands is abundant.

EMBROIDERIES
(Cotton and Silk)

Export

1928 1929 1930 1931

Value ....... 1*9,047,936 M2,023,065 P7,183,473 1*5,314,259

MANUFACTURERS AND EXPORTERS IN MANILA

Arida; Bros., 984 Benavides

Awad & Co., E., 435-41 Juan Luna
Badillo Embroideries, 122 San Luis
Bardwill Brothers, 252 Guipit
Blanca Nieves, 449 M. H. del Pilar
Brown, Louis F., 12 San Luis
Daisy Philippine Underwear Co., Inc.,

1854 Azcarraga

Eastern Isles Importing Co., Balmes &

Vergara

Feltman Bros., 1445 California
Filipino Hand Embroidery & Hat Co.,

7 General Solano
Iserson, A. S., 209 Gral. Solano
Lambert Sales Co., Inc., 1453 Gral.

T zuna

LElegance Lingerie, Inc., 2972 Herran

Louritzen, B. M., 1328 Gral. Luna
Mallouk Brothers, Elias, 560-62 Le-

garda

Malloy, J. E. Co., Inc., 2973 Herran
Mandanas Embroidery Store, The, 605

M. H. del Pilar

Manila Lingeries Corp., 21 Aviles
Marshall Field & Co., 72 Gastambide
Powis-Brown Co., 2957 Herran
Salamy & Baloutine, 104 Gunao
Shalom & Co., 446 Legarda
Sutton Brothers, 2978 Herran
Waddington & Co., 120 Cortabitarte
Walowit, Peter J., 2641 Herran
Ysmael and Company, Inc., Juan, 348

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i PHILIPPINE HAND WOVEN HATS

An outstanding feature of the present trade for Philippine hats is the
increasing demand for the BUNTAL HATS, which are erroneously called Bang-
koks in the United States and Europe. These hats have come to he favored by
the trade on account of the fact that they hold the shape given to
them by the hatters. The best buntal hats can compare favorably with the
best Panama.

The buntal hats for men are mainly produced in the picturesque, small
town of Lucban, Tayabas; hence the name Lucban Buntal given to these
hats in the local trade. This town is some 125 klometers from Manila and can
he reached either by a first class automobile road or by railroad. The buntal hats
o or women are mostly made in the town of Baliwag, Bulacan, although buntal hats
for men are also made there. Baliwag is progressive little town which can be
reached after an hours auto ride from Manila.

Baliwag buntal hats are better known locally as Bali-buntal. This is
superior in many respects to the Lucban buntal, particularly in workmanship
and, because of its higher quality, commands a better price than the latter. The
ordinary bali-buntal is known as Baliwag Plain and those in fancy weaves as
Zigzag, Fly Wing, Serpentine, Fancy Stripped and Calade. Hats in fancy
weaves are usually made to order at prices similar to the Baliwag Plains.

The trade for bimt&l hats has been largely confined for the last eight or
tvA years to the United States; but now, Europe is also importing them from
the L lands in ever increasing quantity. With the demand greater than the supply
the hat makers have received a great stimulus to increase production. Luc-
bi \ buntal aloCe, not to mention the increase made in bali-buntals, has seen an
advance of over 65% in production this year. On the average of 12/1300 ternos
ler-no is set of 8 hats) a week the annual production of Lucban today is con-
servatively estimated at about 600,000 pieces which would be valued at from

n,600,000 to Pl,800,000 ($800,000 to $9,000,000).

In classifying hats for the export trade, the color, finm.ss of the fiber used
in weaving and excellence of the weave are taken into consideration. The bali-
buntals are classified generally in the trade as Extra, 1st, 2nd, 3rd and 4th, while
the LucbaA buntals are given a more extensive classification. Hats which are
clean, gcod in color, perfect in weave and can be worn without bleaching or color-
ing, are classified as XXX,XX,X, 1st, 2nd and 3rd, and those which have de-
fects, thcr£ih ihe weave is gcod and even and hafts made of coarse fibjer are
classified as 'Inferior Fine and Inferior Coarse, and those of the coarsest
fiber are called Bangkoks. American classification calls for Inferior Fine: XX,
X, 1st, 2nd, 3rd arid 4th, but some importers prefer the following: BBB, BB, B,
1st, 2nd, 3rd, and 4th, 5th, 6th and 7th, Inferior Fine and Coarse or Bang-
kok.

Besides the buntal hats, there are various other types of hats made in the
Philippines. Those of commercial value and actually exported are the so-called
Baliwag hats and Calasiao hats made of bamboo; the Arayat hats made
of buri leaf; and the hemp fibre hats for women, the trade for which has receded
as fast as its spectacular rise. Those of less commercial importance at present
may be mentioned as the Sabutan hats produced in various places around
Laguna Lake; the Pandan hats made in Dao, Antique, and in I.-o.isiana and
Cavinti, Laguna; the Ticog hats or tayuktayuk made from the stem of pla^'t
which are widely distributed from the east coast of Luzon down to Mindanao and
in the Visayas, and the so-called Bamboo plateus or Platos which are woven
out of bamboo and buri fibers in Baliwag and Pulilan and for which there was a
demand from Eunope before the war.


PHILIPPINE CARNIVAL 'ASSOCIATION 39

EXPORT 1930 1931
1928 1929
Number .. 950,741 869,011 539,224
Value .... .... £*6,717,925 1*4,097,457 1*2,543,213 Pl,110,060
MANILA HAT MANUFACTURERS -

Alonzo, H., 105-107 Escolta

Bagong Silang, 822 Ylaya

Barredos Hat Factory, 527 P. Campa
Chua Chia Co., 1007 San Fernando
Cobarrubias, Hat Store, 332 R. Hidalgo
Cruz, Sabas de la, 249 Moriones
Fab. de Sombreros de Jose de Guzman,

410 Isabel

Ferrazzini, Anselmo Inc., 333 Azcar-
raga

First Oriental Style, The, 711 Juan
Luna

Jap Seng, 631 T. Pinpin

Manila Hat Store & Factory, 318 M.
H. del Pilar

MANILA HAT

Aguado Hermanos, 103 Balmes
Alonzo, H., 105-107 Escolta
Bunning & Co., Inc., 135 Felipe II
Christern Huenefeld & Co., Inc., 711

Roman

Fukuyama Nishimo & Co., Inc., 129 J.
Luna

Gonzalez, J., 322 Misericordia
Gmur, Otto, Inc., 116 T.I. de Binondo
Kuenzle & Strieff, Inc., 343 T. Pinpin
Levy, Jacob, 227 David

Mapa, Cirilo, 329 Lavezares
Medina Teofilo, 1285 Sta. Mesa
New Era, The (Tam Bee Kim), 7 Renta
Pineda & Co., M., 105-107 Real, W. C.
Quian Qui & Co., 372 T. Pinpin
Sevilla & Co., 245 Ongpin
Sombrereria de Fortunato Apolonio,

296 Mabini

T&ngulan Leoncio, 462-468 M. H. del
Pilar

Veloso & Co., J., 101 M. H. del Pilar
Vicente Doroteo, 264 Moriones
Viuda de Chua Co., 317 Sto. Cristo
White Star, The, 149-151 Villalobos

EXPORTERS

Manila Mercantile Co., Inc., 511 Azca-
rraga

Portillo Hat Factory, 431 A. Mabini
Reither, E., 139 Juan Luna
Veloso, J. & Co., 101 M. H. del Pilar
Viegelmann, Shroder & Co., 997 M. da

la Industria

Yek Hua Trading Corporation, 132 J.
Luna

Zuellig, F. E., Inc., 90 Rosario

BUNTAL FIBER DEALERS

Aguado Hermanos, 103 Balmes
Mn. TVTovav & C.c\_ TT. Mi j 99.7 David
Bunning & Co., Inc., 135 Felipe II
Christern Huenefeld & Co., Inc., 711

Roman

Fukuyama Nishimo & Co., 129 J. Luna
Gonzalez, J., 322 Miserioirdia
Kuenzle & Streiff, Inc., 343 T. Pinpin
Levy, Jacob, 227 David

Mitsui Bussan Kaisha, Ltd., National
City Bank Bldg.

Ortega Epifanio, 789 Velasquez
Reither, E., 139 Juan Luna
Viegelmann, Schroder & Co., 997 M. de

la Industria

Yek Hua Trading Corporation, 132 J
Luna

Zuellig, F. E., Inc., 90 Rosario


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OTHER PRODUCTS

EXPORTERS IN MANILA

Pearl Beads

Aguado Hermanos, 103 Balmes
Philippine Button Corporation,

Misericordia

828

Viegelmann, Schroder & Co., 997 M
de la Industria

Pearl Buttons

Gehimull D. D. Brothers, 30-2 Escol- Misericordia
ta Viegelmann, Schroder & Co., 997 M,

Philippine Button Corporation, 828 de la Industria
Lamp Shades

Manila Button Factory, ,997 Muelke Philippine Shell Craft Corporation,
de la Inusstria 473 A. Mabini

Chan Tat, 410 Poblete
Magdapio, 62 M. Divisoria

Fruits

Morales, Emilio, 412 Ricafort

Gum Copal (Almaciga), and Resins Copal

Aguado Hermanos, 103 Balmes

Kuenzle & Streiff, Inc., 343 T. Pinpin

Behn, Myer & Co., H. Mij., 931 Juan Meerkamp & Co., Ltd.* 979 M. de Is

Luna

Bunning & Co., Inc., 135 Felipe II
Christern Huenefeld & Co., Lie., 711

Roman

Facundo, Irineo, 204 Sevlla

Filma Mercantile Co., Inc., 244 David
Gonzalez, J., 322 Misericordia
Haw E. Heng, 3582 Alvarado

Industria

Mitsui Bussan Kaisha, Ltd., National
City Bank Bldg.

Ohta Deveopment Co., 67 Barraca
Reither & Akerman Co., 139 Juan Lu-

na

Smith, Bell & Co., Ltd., Hongkong-
and Shanghai Bank Bldg.

Inhelder Walch Co., Ltd., China Bank Yek Hua Trading Corp., 132 J. Luna
Bldg*- Zuellig, F. E., In., 90 Rasario

Elemi

Agiiado Hermanos, 103 Balmes Kuenzle & Streiff, Inc 343 T Pinnin

Behn Meyer & Co., H. Mij., 931 Juan Ohta Development Co., 67 Barra

BuX & Co., Inc 135 Eelipe II SmithTsl fcT&oSkoSVsh^
Christem Huenefeld & Co., Inc., 711 hai Bank Bldg. s g b no
Roman ; ] j Yek Hua Trading Corporation, 132 J,

Facundo, Irineo, 204 Sevilla
Gonzalez, J., 322 Misericordia

Luna

Zuellig, F. E., Inc., 90 Rosario

Rubber

Menzi and Company, Inc., 180 Juan Atkins Kroll & Co., Inc., Insular Life
luna Bldg.


IMPORTS OF THE PHILIPPINE ISLANDS
1931

Total Imports-fM4££5.5,76?

BYCO'JfNTKlES
(Values inMilliavPesos)

' ?6-93

> (by ARIiCLE-s)
(Values in Million Pesos)

PHILIPPINE CARNIVAL ASSOCIATION



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IMPORTS

The imports into the Philippines consist mostly of temperate zone products,
such as wheat flour, meat and dairy products and other food-stuffs, as well as
articles which are always brought into a new country, such as machineries, cotton
and its manufactures, and other manufactured articles. Some tropical products
which could be well produced in the Philippines, so that there is little excuse for
importing them, are also imported. It should only be a matter of time until the
resources along these lines will be developed and practically all tropical products
cancelled from the import list.

The following data will show the nature of the most important imports:

VALUES OF PRINCIPAL IMPORTS, YEARS ENDED DECEMBER 31st

Cotton goods 1929 F53,953,498 1930 F37,027,108 1931 ^32,802,095
Iron and Steel goods 43,812,331 38,559,138 26,729,765
Mineral Oils 19,568,967 17,494,417 18,502,799
Meat and dairy products 13,787,193 11,259,879 12,150,885
Wheat flour 10,120,155 8,982,329 6,429,237
Automobiles, parts of, & tires for 15,271,461 12,362i,144 9,030,872
Paper and its manufactures ... 8,454,247 7,808,940 6,516,224
Silk and its manufactures 9,328,442 8,650,820 6,461,561

IMPORTERS IN MANILA
DRY GOODS (TEXTILES)

Bian Guan (Ng Kee Suy), 230 Rosa-
rio, Binondo

Brimo, Antonio A., 412 Reina Regente,
Binondo

Chinese Trading Co., Inc., The, 437
Nueva, Binondo

Ching Guan & Co., 214-216 Gandara,
Binondo

Chong Yongco & Co., 170 Rosario, Bi-

n<'n <7,>

Cu Un Jieng & Co., Ltd., 60-64 Rosa-
rio, Binondo

Cua Tin Co., 209-211 San Vicente, Bi-
nondo

Daido Boeiki Kaisha, Ltd., 451 Juan
Luna, Binondo

Davis & Company, P. M., 76 Escclta,

Binondo

Dy Cuiton & Co., 119-A and 119-B, Ro-
sario, Binondo

Dy B. Peng, Vicente, 209 Rosario*
Room 6, Binondo

Forbes, Munn & Co., Ltd., 153 Juan
Luna, Binondo

Gehimull D. D. Brothers, 101 Nueva,
Binondo

Go Tian Gee & Co., 180-182 Calle Ro-
sario, Binondo

Guan Chiong, 196 Rosario, Binondo
Guan Hoo & Co., 138 Rosario, Binondo
Gui Jap & Co., 132 Rosario, Binondo
Gui Hing Co., (Yusing Kai & Co.,1
210 San Vicente, Binondo


PHILIPPINE CARNIVAL ASSOCIATION

Gui Liong & Co., 148 Rosario, Binondo
Hashim
Banquero, Roxas Bldg., Binondo
Hoc Bian Bian (Jose Tail Kaik Lac &

Co.,), 103-105 Nueva, Binondo
Hoc Hing Co., 106 Rosario, Binondo
Hock Chuan Long, 127 Rosario, Bi-

nondo

Hua Lam, 121 Rosario, Binondo
Hua See Co., 328 Dasmarinas, Binondo
Hua Sieng, 226-228 Rosario, Binondo
Indian Commercial Co., 330 Dasmar:-

nas

Jose Laurel Tiong Chui Giong, 121-123

Nueva, Binondo

Keller & Co., Ltd., Ed. A., Wise Bldg.,

178 Juan Luna, Binondo
Kian An & Co., 304 Gandara, Binonco
Kian Hua & Co., 224 Rosario, Binondo
Kim Chiong Liong, 192 Rosario Bi-

nondo

Kim Hing, 118 Nueva, Binondo
Kin Sing de Tan Chaco & Co., 52 Rc-

sario, Binondo

Kummer and Comins, 144 Juan Luna,

Binondo

La Estrela de la India, (J. D. Ramnani

& Co.,) 64 Escolta, Binondo
La Fortuna de Te Le Kim, 135-136

Yangco Market, Tabora, S. Nicolas
La Moderna (Le Kee,) 134-136 Rosa-

rio, Binondo

La Popular, 225 San Vicente, Binondo
La Villa de Hongkong, 224-226 San Vi-

cente, Binondo

Lam Bee & Co., 238 Rosario, Binondo
Lapus & Lapus & Co., Inc., 406-408 J.

Luna, Binondo

Levy, Jacob, 227 Dacid, Binondo
Lim Cang Suy, 178 Rosario, Binondo
Lim Chay Co., 142 Rosario, Binondo
Lim Chay Seng, 222 Rosario, Binondo
Lim Chioco & Co., 114 Rosario, Binon-

do

Lim Chu-Chuan Bio Co., 172 Rosario,

Binondo

Lim Francsca, Yangco Market, 120-A

Tabora, S. Nicolas

Lim Quiat & Co., 146 Rosario, Binondo
Lim Tuico, Widow and Sons of F. M.,

200-202 and 124-126 Rosario,

New York Manila Dry Goods, T. Luna

Bldg.

Neuss, Hesslein Corporation, 144 Juan

Luna, Binondo

New People Manufacturing Co., 502
Nueva, Binondo

Ong Bue Lav, 115-117 Nueva, Binondo
Ong Chiam & Co., 58 Rosario, Binondo
Ong Ma Lie., 104 Rosario, Binondo
Ong Seng & Co., 218 Rosario, Binondo
Cng Tay Tu & Sons, 125 Nueva
Ong Teng U. & Co., 215-217 San Vi-

cente. Binondo

Ong Ti Bu Sons, 127 Nueva, BinJondo
Cong Tu Tong, Inc., (Successors to

Bazar Velasco), 122 Nueva, Binondo
Pacific Commercial Company, National

City Bank Bldg.

Polomo, Gaudencio, 710 T. Alonso
Taramount Trading Company, i29 J.

Luna, Binondo

Pohoomull Brothers, 45-47 Escolta, Bi-
nondo

Reither-Akerman Co., 139-143 J. Luna,
Binondo

Rialto Bazar (Motiram Khushaldas),
423 Rizal Ave., Sta. Cruz

Rnsontosck fo. Company. 115 T. Pinpin,
Binondo

Schnitzler, F. K., 129 Juan Luna, Bi-
nondo

Sehwani & Co., B. I., 64 Escolta (Up-
stairs), Binondo

Seng Bees, 156 Rosario, Binondo
Sin Hoc Tay, 124-126 Rosario, Binondo
Smith, Bell & Co., Ltd., Hongkong &

Shanghai Bank Bldg., Binondo
St. Louis Dry Goods Store, Inc., The,

Masonic Temple, Escolta, Binondo
Stevenson & Co., Ltd., W. F., 174 J.

Luna .

Sucesores de Soler, 112 Escolta, Bi-

nondo *

Tabora Bazar, 789-793 Tabora, San

Nicolas

Tai Cnnn. K1Q Num. Binondo
Taiyo Bazar, 341-439 Rizal Ave., Sta.

Cruz . _

Talambiras Bros., 42 Dasmarinas, San

Nicolas . .. AO

Tan Bon Liong & Co., Joaquin, 96-98

Rosario and 129-131 Nueva, Binondo
Tan. Chay Cue & Co., Jose V., 206 San

Vicente, Binondo

Tan Chi Ching & Co., 50 Rosario, Bi-
nondo * *

Tan Ching Eng & Co., 740 Tabora, San
Nicolas . .

Tan. Chui Kay, 119 Nueva, Bmondo-
Tan Chico, 133 Nueva. Binondo
Tan Cun Suy & Co., 114-A114-B Ro-

sario, Binondo

Tan Eng Hong, 212-214 San Vicente,
Binondo

Tan Heeco, Tomas, 57 Bustillos, and
406 Legarda, Sampaloc

Tan Lam Tin & Co., 451 Nueva, Bi-
nondo

Tan Lian Chat & Co., Ltd.. (Taitoo
Seekee), 427 Nueva, Binondo

Tan Lian Chiat & Co., 216-218 San. Vi-
cente, Binondo

Tan Linco & Co., 223-225 Gandara, Bi-
nondo

Tan Ng Cuan, A., & Co., 222 San Vi-
cente, Binondo

Tan oam Cheing, 92-94 Rosario, Bi-
nondo


44

COMMERCIAL HANDBOOK

Tan Se Bun & Co., 107-109 Nueva, Bi-
nondo

Tan Tay Puat & Co., 234 San Vicente,
Binondo

Tan Tua Bac & Co., 208 San Vicente,
Binondo

Tan Tanco & Co., 150 Rosario, Binondo
Te-ni, Moises, 160 Rosario, Binondo
Tanlavco, Victorino, 216 Rosario, Bi-

nondo

Tiong Lam Company, 539-541 Nueva,
Binondo

Tong Ho & Co., 491 Nueva, Binondo
Traynor. James, 174-176 Juan Luna,

Binondo

Tseng Tsuing, 125 Rosario, Binondo
Uy Cai Bot & Co., 204 Rosario, Binon-

do

Wise & Company, 176 Juan Luna, Bi-
nondo

Yao Seng, 306 Gandara, Binondo
Yap Fan Cuy, 188 Rosario, Binondo

Branch 819 Sto. Cristo
Yng Guan, 134 Rosario, Binondo
Yu Joaquin & Company (Successors to

Gregorio Yu-Chuco y Herederos),

219-221 San Vicente, Binondo
Yu Sing Kai & Co., 210 San Vicente,

Binondo

Zuellig, F. E., Inc., 90 Rosario

FIREARMS

Alkan, C. Inc,. Ill Escolta
Baviera Gun Store, 301 Ronquillo
Brias Roxas, Inc.. 123 Escolta
La Ce?itra.l, 29 Escolta
Ledda & Co., 684 Rizal Ave.

Philippine Trading Company, 510
Rizal Ave.

Poces & Co.. Inc., 129 Plaza Goiti
Squires, Bingham Company, 15 Plaza;

Goiti

HARDWARE

American Hardware and Plumbing
Co., 101-107 Echague, Sta. Cruz

Bakal 332-334 Sto. Cristo, S. Nicolas
Bazar Siglo XX, 101-113 Plaza del

Conde, San Nicolas

Behn, Meyer & Co., H. Mij., 227 David
Binondo

Bethlehem Steel Export Corporation
of New York, Peoples Bank, Bldg.,
David, Binondo

Central Hardware (Uy Liam Hua &
Co.), 61 Rosario, Binondo

Cham-Samco & Sons, 300-308 Sto.
Cristo, San Nicolas

Chan Lin Cuon & Co., 93 Rosario, Bi-
nondo

Chin Sing & Co., 207 Rosario, Binondo
Co Ban Ling and Co., Ban Kiat (El

Aguila), 197-199 Rosario, Binondo

Co J u So, Hardware, 112-114 Plaza
Calderon de La Barca, Binondo

Dv B^ncio & Co., Inc., 191-211 M. de
Birondo, San Nicolas

El 82, 275-281 Juan Luna, Binondo
Hoc Bian Hin & Co., 151 Rosario, Bi-

nondo

Keller & Co., Ltd., Ed. A., Wise Bldg.,
178 Juan Luna, Binondo

Khoo Kay Boon Hardware, 452-454 Sto.
Cristo, San Nicolas

Kim King HardwareDing Ngo & Co.,
221 Rosario, Binondo

Ko Li Hardware Co., 159 Rosario, Bi-
nondo

Landahl, John, 979 M. de la Industria,
Binondo

Lim Sieg Tek & Co., 223 Rosario, Bi-
no:.do

Lim Tong Hardware, 131 Dasmarinas,
Binondo

Norton & Harrison, 410 Kneedler
Bldg., Carriedo Sta. Cruz

Occidental Hardware, 636 Azcarraga,
San Nicolas

Ong Tek Hoo & Co., 133 Rosario, Bi-
nondo

Ong Tong Co., 830-832 Jaboneros, San
Nicolas

Ong Yet Mua & Co., 253 Rosaria, Bi-
nondo

Pacific Comemercial Co., National City
Bank Bldg., Binondo

Paramount Trading Company, 129 J.
Luna, Binondo

Parsons Hardware Co., Inc., Echague,
Quiapo

Reyes & Co., Florencio, 400 and 424
Azcarraga, San Nicolas

Rosenstock & Company, 115 T. Pinpin,
Binondo

Sing and Cuan Hardware Co., Inc.,
516-520 Azcarraga, San Nicolas

Standard Import Co., Inc., 658 T. Pin-
pin, Binondo

Swiss Oriental Commercial Co., 153 J.
Luna, Binondo

Sy Hok Huat Co., 411-415 T. Pinpin,
Biuondo

Sy Ling Chong Hardware, 357 Ganda-
ra, Binondo

Uy Chaco Sons & Co., Inc., Mariano,
25-37 Plaza Cervantes & 49-53 Ro-
sario

Uv Eng Kui Hardware, 122 Dasmari-
nas. Binondo

TUr Tit & Co., 65 Rosario, Binondo
Viegelmann Schroder & Co., 997 M. de

la Industria


PHILIPPJNE^CARNWAL ASSOCIATION 45

Wilson & Co., Inc., Fred, 55 Barraca,
San Nicolas

Ynchausti & Co., Manila Pilot Bldg.,
M. de la Industria, San Nicolas

OIL, GASOLINE AND GREASES

Associated Oil Co., China Bank Bldg.
Asiatic Petroleum Co., Ltd., Hongkong
Shanghai Bank Bldg.

Behn, Meyer & Co., H. Mij., 227 David
Bazar Siglo XX, 101-3 Plaza del Conde
Cham Samco & Sons, 304-6 Sto. Cristo
Dy Buncio & Co., Inc., 191 M. de Bi-
nondo

Getz Bros. & Co. of the Orient, Fer-
nandez Bldg.

Lambert Sales Co., Inc., 335 Looban
Manila Trading & Supply Co., Port
Area

Menzi & Co., Inc., 180 Juan Luna
Norton & Harrison Co., Kneedler Bldg.
Ow Yong Punshek, 424 Poblete
Pacific Commercial Co., National City

AUTOMOBILES, ACCESORIES AND PART OF

Auto and Cycle Supply, 508 Rizal Ave.
Automotive Sales Co., 2 T. Pinpin
Bachrach Motor Co., Inc., 25th Street,
Port Area

Beechs Carriage Factory, 267 San
Marcelino

Estrella Auto Palace, 536 Gandara
French Motor Co., 887 Rizal Ave.
Goodrich International Rubber Co.,
Derham Bldg., Port Area
Loyal Auto Supply, 418 Azcarraga
Luneta Motor Co., Inc., 54 St. Luis
Manalos Auto Supply Co,. 508 Az-
carraga

OTHER CARS CARRIAGES AND VEHICLES

Atlantic, Gulf and Pacific Co., 77 M.
de la Industria

Dehn & Ebsen, Inc., 3 Plaza Cervantes
Earnshaws Dock and Honolulu Iron
Works, The, Pert Area

Erlanger & Galinger, Inc., 609 Escolta
Filma Mercantile Co., Inc., 244 David
Guaranty Cycle Supply, 620 Ave. Rizal
Kuenzle & Streiff, Inc., 343-7 T. Pin-
pin

MEAT AND DAIRY PRODUCTS (GROCERIES)

Ah Gong Sons & Co., 391 Echague
American Grocery, 217 Echague
Armour & Co., 204 Chica
Atkins Kroll & Co., Inc., Insular Life
Bldg.

Behn, Meyer & Co., H. Mij., 227 David

Yutivo Sons Hardware Co., Yutivo
Bldg., Cor. Nueva and Dasmarinas

Zuellig, F. E. Co., 90 Rosario

Bank Bldg.

Perez Samanillo Hermanos, 116-22 3..
Luna

Phil. Net & Braid Mfg., Co., 343-5 K
Luna

Smith, Bell & Co., Ltd., Hongkong-
Shanghai Bank Bldg.

Standard Oil Co., of N. Y. 426 Dasma-
rinas

Texas Co., (P. I.) Inc., Insular Bldg.,
Plaza Cervantes '

Uy Chaco Sons & Co., M., Chaco Bldg.
Vacuum Oil Co., 319 National City*
Bank Bldg.

Yek Hua Trading Corp., 132 J. LunaJ
Ynchausti y Cia., Manila Pilot Bldg.,
M. de la Industria

Manila-Overland Sales Co Inc., The,
805 Echague

Manila Trading and Supply Co., Port
Area

Motor Service Co., Inc., 408 Rizal Ave.
Pacific Commercial Co., National City
Bank Bldg.

Parsons Hardware Co., Inc., Echague
Philippine Auto Supply Co., 720 Rizal
Ave.

Server Motor Co., Inc., Padre Faura
& Dakota

Smith, Bell & Co., Ltd., Hongkong and
Shanghai Bank Bldg.

Teal Motor Co., 12th & Atlanta Streets
Port Area

Manila Hume Pipe and Tile Works,
1003 Cordelleria

Manila Trading & Supply Co., Port
Area

Mori Bicyle Store, 713 Rizal Avenue
Squires, Bingham Co., 15 Plaza Goiti
Standard Import Co.,658 Pinpin
Thompson Co., F. H., Plaza Sta. Cruz
Yutivo Sons Hardware Co., Cor. Nuevai
and Dasmarinas

California Grocery, 211 Echague
Compania Hispano Filipina, Inc., 18
Gral. Luna

Connell Bros. Co., Insular Life Bldg*
El Canal de Panama, 401 Carriedo
El Globo, 405 M. H. del Pilar


46

COMMERCIAL HANDBOOK

El Lucero del Alba, 506 Nueva
Ermita Grocery, 96 M. H. del Pilar
European American Grocery, 430

Echague

Filma Mercantile Co., 244 David
Genato Commercial Corpn., 1079 R.

Hidalgo

Gutierrez Hermanos, 116 Beater io
Hap Yek & Co., 124 Villalobos
Isla de Panay, 806 A. Mabini
Keller, Ed. A. & Co., Ltd., 178 J. Luna
La Extremena, 331 Echague
Libby, McNeil & Libby Inc., 25 Sta.

Cruz Bridge
0 Chu Cun, 538 Nueva
Ocejo Pumar y Cia., 210 Gral. Luna

PAPER AND MANUFACTURES OF

Agencia Editorial, Arias Building
Anderson, Wm. H. & Co., 25 Plaza Goiti
Ault & .Wiborg China Co., The, 882

Ave. Rizal

Behn, Meyer & Co., H. Mij., 227 David
Compania Hispano Filipina, Inc., 18

Gral. Luna

Daido Boeki Kaisha, Ltd., 451 J. Luna
Escolta Bazar & Book Store, Inc., 7 T.

Pinpin

Genato Commercial Corporation, 1079
R. Hidalgo

Gomba & Hermosura, 541 Sales
Hall, Whipple S., & Co., Inc., Azcarra-

ga

Heilbronn, J. P., Company, 233 David
Hanson, Orth & Stevenson Inc., Wise

Bldg.

Ideal Bazar (H. Kawahara), 427 Ave.
Rizal

Keller, Ed. A., & Co., Ltd., 178 Juan
Luna

Kobe Bazar (G. Kobayashi), 316 Echa-

REMNANTS (COTTON & SILK) IMPORTERS

Aguinaldo, L. R., 454 Juan Luna Lapus & Lauus Co,, Inc., 408 J, Luna

~ . Ti/r 1A/J TT T hton. G., 535 Juan Luna

Goldenberg, M., 106 Hormiga Rosario, C. O. del Mrs.

HARNESS AND LEATHER GOODS

Beck, I,, Inc., 89 Escolta

Heacock, H. E., Heacock Bldg., Escol-
ta

Ideal Bazar, 427 Rizal Ave.

Manila Harness Co., 100 Escolta

MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS

American Electric Co., 72 Escolta
Balduz Music Store, 333 Carriedo
Beck, I., Inc., 89 Escolta
Behn, Meyer & Co., H. Mij., 227 David
El Sol Mayor, 546 Rizal Ave.

El Tango Music Store, 626 Rizal Ave.
Erlanger & Galinger, 601 Escolta
Ilaya Music Store, 600 Rizal Ave.

La Lira, 309 Carriedo
Lyric Music House, Inc., 629 Escolta
Menzi & Co., Inc., 180 Juan Luna
Oliver Successors Co., Jose, 317 Car-

riedo

Pacific Commercial Co., National City
Bank Bldg.

Philippine Grocery (Ong Uy, Prop.),
114 Villalobos

Porta, Pueo y Cia., 212 Magallanes

Quan Hee & Co., 412 Poblete

Luiz y Rementeria (S. en C.), 239

Carriedo

Seng Kee & Co., 622 Nueva
Sy Guan Juat & Co., 543-A Sto. Cristo
Tai Foong Lung, 428 Poblete
Washington Grocery, 207 Echague
Whitehouse Grocery Store, 349 Echa-

gue

Zuellig, F. E., Inc., 90 Rosario

gue

Kuenzle & Streiff, Inc., 343 T. Pinpin
Libreria Manila Filatelica, 318 Carrie-

do

Martinez, J., 257 Cabildo

Menzi & Co., Inc., 180 Juan Luna
Methodist Publishing House, 442 Ave.

Rizal

Morales, I. R., Plaza Miranda
Nippon Bazar, 22 Plaza Moraga
Osaka Bazar, 332 Echague
Pacific Commercial Co., National City

Bank Bldg.

Palace Bazar, V. Arias Building
Parsons Hardware Co., Inc., Evhague
Philippine Education Co., Inc., 103 Es-

colta

Porta, Pueo y Cia., 212 Magallanes
Smith, Bell & Co., Ltd., Hongkong*
Shanghai Bank Bldg.

Taivo Bazar, 431 Ave. Rizal
Takahashi. S., 753 Tabor a
Yoshida H., 1044 Azcarraga

Nippon Bazar, Plaza Moraga

Osaka Bazar, 332 Echague

Pickett Harness Co., 308 Misericordia

Poon Ka & Co., 447 Nueva

Riu Hermanos, Inc., 622 Escolta

Parsons Hardware Co., Inc., 805 Echa-
gue

Philinmne Music Store, Inc., 241 Ca-
rriedo

Popular Music Store, 804 Ongpin
Puyat, Gonzalo & Sous, Tnc., Cor. Es-

colta and Plaza Sta. Cruz
Quiason, C. & Co., Inc,. 338 Raon
Romanach, A. & Co., Inc., 232 Carriedo
Trinidad, Pio, Inc., 211 Carriedo
Verlinden. M., 50 Escolta
Zuellig, F. E., Inc., 90 Rosario


PHILIPPINE CARNIVAL ASSOCIATION 47

SPORTING GOODS

Alkan, Co., Inc., Ill Escolta
Aragon Bros., Co., 542 Rizal Ave.
Athletic Supply Co., 130 T. Pinpin,
Brias Roxas, Inc., 123 Escolta
General Trading Co., 511 F. Torres
Heacock, H. E., Co., Heacock Bldg.,

Escolta

Mizuno Sporting Goods (K. Ohsawa),
218 Bustos

Philippine Education Co., Inc., 101 Es-
colta

Philippine Trading Co., 510 Rizal Ave.
Roces & Co., Inc., 129 Plaza Goiti
Squires Bingham Co., 15 Plaza Goiti

WINES AND LIQUORS

Ah Gong Sons & Co., 391 Echague
American Grocery, 217 Echague
California Grocery, The, 211 Echague
Compahia Hispano Filipina, Inc., 18

Gral. Luna

El Canal de Panama, 401 Carrie do
Forbes Munn & Co., Ltd., 153 J. Luna
Gopoco Grocery, 410 Echague
Gutierrez Hermanos, 116 Beaterio
Hanson, Orth & Stevenson Inc., Wise

Bldg.

Isla de Panay. 806 A. Mabini
Kuenzle & Streiff, Inc., 343 T. Pinpin

La Extremena, 331 Echague
Manila Wine Merchants, Ltd., 174 J.

Luna

Meerkamp & Co., 979 M. de la Indus-
tria

Ocejo Pomar y Cia., 210 Gral. Luna
Osaka Bazar, 332 Echague
Porta, Pueo y Cia., 212 Magallanes
Ruiz y Rementeria (S. en C.), 239 Ca-

rriedo

Smith, Bell & Co., Ltd., Hongkong-
Shaghai Bank Bldg.

Toms Dixie Kitchen, Inc., 126 P. Goiti
Washington Grocery, 327 Dasmarinas

NDUSTRIAL ESTABLISHMENTS IN MANILA
FACTORIES, MILLS & SHOPS

AERATED WATER FACTORIES

Adelante Aerated Water Factory, 1338
Juan Luna, Tondo

Bucal Artesian Water Co., 20 Merce-
des, Ermita

Cosmos Soda Water Factory, 350 Cam-
ba, San Nicolas

Isuan, Inc., Isuan Bldg., Plaza Dilao,
Paco

Jo San (Sibul Springs Mineral Water
Factory), 1022 and 1106 Sta. Elena,
San Nicolas

La Elegancia Aerated Water Co., 673
Benavides, Binondo

La Suerte, 31 Martin Delgado, Samp.
Lu Songhap, Ramon, F., 406 Ongpm,

Binondo

Luzon Aerated Water Corporation,
165 G. Tuason, Sampaloc

Manila Aerated Water Factory, 735
Misericordia, Sta. Cruz

AMPAO, APA,

Ang Tuy, 431 Nueva

Cheng Sen, 1121 Sta. Elena
Cheng Seng, 1111 Aceiteros
Ching Lee, 1132 Sta. Elena

National Aerated Water Factory, 513
Leveriza, Pasay

P. B. Artesian Water Co., Inc., Ill N.
Domingo, S. Juan del Monte

Philippine Aerated Water Co., 712 Mi-
sericordia

Placer Aerated Water Factory, 500-
504 T. Pinpin, Binondo

Royal Soft Drinks (San Miguel Brew-
ery) 57-75 Gen. Solano, San Miguel

San Miguel Brewery, 132 Aviles, San
Miguel

Sinukuan Aerated Water Factory, 415
Moriones, Tondo

Sol Naciente, 41 A. Mabini, Pasig, Ri-
zal

Star Soda Water Factory, 2 Ugalde,
Binondo

Watson, & Co., Inc., The A. S. 504-512
Aviles, San Miguel

ETC., MAKERS

Chua Chang, 504 Sto. Cristo
Chua Chiac, 508 Teodora Alonso
Chua Hin, 1127 Sta. Elena
Chua Tiao To, 1140 Aceiteros


48

COMMERCIAL HANDBOOK

Euy Fuijta, 827 (Int.) Ylaya
Go Qui Chua Pa, 484 Nueva
Ly xiao, 135 Sia. Elena
Metogio, Mushia, 1129 Aceiteros
Nakaxiiura, iabora

Ng Kui, 518 Teodora Alonso
Nishimura, 319 G. Tuason
Ocampo, Tomasa de, 939 Benavides
Ong Kui, 512 Teodora Alonso

ARTIFICIAL FLOWER MAKERS
Arias, Josefa, 300 Cabildo Hebero, Juan, 616 Legarda

Calma, Josefa, 345 M. H. del Pilar Lim, Trinidad, 316 Cabildo

AUTO REPAIR SHOPS

Alpha Automotive Co., In., Gunao, Cor.
An
Auto Repair Shop of Vicente Rodri-
£upz. 11 RarI. Baclaran. Paranaque

Azcarraga Auto Repairing Shop, 110
Azcarraga, San Nicolas

Bachrach Motor Co., Inc., 25th Street,
Pert District

Beechs Carriage Factory, 267 San
Marcelino, Ermita

Bernardino Electrical Service, 853 F.
B. Harrison, Pasay, Rizal

Bialoglovski, J., 437 Misericordia, Sta.
Cruz

Caro Motor and Electrical Works, 2022
Azcarraga

Carroceria Ang Tibay, 207 Pacheco
and 1454 Sande, Tondo

Carroceria Castelltort, 1134 Misericor-
dia, Sta. Cruz

Corominas General Automobile Repair-
ing, 15 Severino, Quiapo

Dasalla Battery Station, 617 Azca-
rraga, Tondo

Estrella Auto Palace, 536-568 Gandara,
Sta. Cruz

Falcons Auto Repair Shop, 59 Plaza
del Carmen, Quiapo

Flores Auto Repair Shop, 1518 Manga-
han, Sta. Cruz

Ford Service Station, 20th Street, Port
Area

Garchitorema, 342-350 Gral. Lona, In-
tramuros

Ideal Auto Repair Shop, 1424 Azcarra-
ga, Binondo

International Auto Repair Shop, 50 N.
Domingo, San Juan, Rizal

Karl & Co., 707 Tayuman, sra. uruz

BAG FACTORY

Lim Ki Chua & Co., 704 Ylaya Manila Bag Factory, 212 Rosario

bakeries

Chua Lim Bakery, 615 Sto. Crsto, San
Nicolas

Cupido y Siempre Vivo, 1381 Juan
Luna, Tondo

Dainty Bakery, The, 317-321 Echague
Sta. Cruz

Ong Teo Ke, 514 Teodora Alonso
See Yan, 716 Ongpin
Shimada & Co., B., 753 Folgueras
Si Gon, 338 Nueva
Tan An, 936 Jaboneros
Tan Teng, 1123 Sta. Elena
Tan Tia, 1111 Sta. Elena
Te Sue, 480 Nueva

Laxamana Auto Repair Shop, 2031 Ri-
zal Ave., Sta. Cruz

Luneta Motor Co., Inc., 54 San Luis,
Ermita

Manalo, Agustin D., 1631 Sande, Ton-
do

Manila Motor Works, 1263 Magda-
lena, Tondo

Manila-Overland Sales Co., Inc., The,
805-817 Echague, San Miguel

Manila Trading and Supply Co., Port
Area

Mayon Motor Work, 749 F. B. Harri-
son, Pasay, Rizal

Mullens Auto Repair Shop, 130 Ma-
gallanes, Intramuros

Nuqui, S. M., Sangandaan, Caloocan,
Rizal

Pacific Commercial Company, National
City Bank Bldg., Binondo

Philippine Battery Manufacturing Co.,
1054 Rizal, Sta. Cruz

Ram Car, Inc., 110 P. Faura, Ermita
Salariosa, Nicolas, 1140 Azcarraga Bi-

nondo

Sanchez, Vicente D., 360 Aviles, San
Miguel

Server Motor Co., Inc., Cor. Padre
Faura and Dakota, Ermita

Siscn Auto Repair Shop, 1520 Manga-
han, Sta. Cruz

Sotelo Electric Service, 1842 Azcarra-
ga, Sta. Cruz

Taller de Maquinaria dc E. Hernandez,
1572 Juan Luna, Tondo

Teal Motor Co., Atlanta and Chicago,

Pert Area

De Luxe Bakery, 746 Dart, Paco
Doy, T. Biscuit Factory, 747 Sto. Crista

San Nicolas

El Filipino, 1053-1055 Magdalena, Ton-
do


PHILIPPINE CARNIVAL ASSOCIATION 49

El Fruto de Cacao, 541-545 Asuncion,
San Nicolas

El Gusto, 1849 Azcarraga Sta. Cruz
El Pan de, San Antonio, 431 Camba,

San Nicolas

El Pavo Real, 438 P. Rada, Tondo
El Primor, 828 Leveriza, Pasay
El Tesoro, 755-757 Rizal, Sta. Cruz
International Bakery, 1714 Juan Luna
Katubusan Bakery, 817 Rizal, Sta. Cruz
La Espanola, 423 Evangelista, Sta.

Cruz

La Esperanza Bakery, 631-633 San
Lazaro, Sta. Cruz

La Estrella, 733 Dart, Paco

La Magdalena, 1635-1639 Azcarraga,
Sta. Cruz

La Mallorquina Bakery, 381 R. Hidal-
go, Sta. Cruz

La Pacita Panaderia, 25 Progreso, Sam
Juan del Monte, Rizal

La Palma de Mallorca, 154 Real, In-
tramuros

La Patria, 631-633 Legarda, Sampaloc
La Perla, Inc., 228-234 Plaza Sta. Cruz
La Simpatica Bakery, 60 Park Ave.,

Pasay

La Suiza, 173 Real, Intraniuros
La Sultana, 653-B-C D. Dart, Paco
La Venecia, 817 Ave. Rizal, Sta. Cruz
liberty Bakery, 1351 Sande, Tondo
Malaya Panaderia, 1050 Ave. Rizal

Sta. Cruz

Manila Bakery and Grocery, 358-362
legarda, Sampaloc

Modern Bakery, 139-141-143 Bustillos,
Sampaloc

Panaderia La Francia, 823 Magdalena,
Binondo

Panaderia Blumentritt, 205 Blumem!-
tritt, Sta. Cruz

Panaderia Carinosa, 44 Plaza J. Hugo,
Sta. Ana

Panaderia Cervantes, 804-806 Tayu-
man, Tondo

Panaderia Elcano, 516 Elcano, San Ni-
colas

Panaderia Favorita, 763 Sto. Cristo,
San Nicolas

Panaderia La Ilang Ilang, 425 Ylang-
Ylang, San Nicolas

Panad'ria La Pilarica, 2015 Rizal ,Sta.
Cruz

Panaderia Moderna, 139-143 Bustillos,
Sampaloc'

Panaderia Popular, 507 San Andres,
M al ate

Panaderia Rizal, 1630-1632 Herran,
Paco

Panaderia S. Sebastian, Primitiva San-
tolan, 688 Tanduay, P. del Carmen,
Quiapo

Panaderia Sampaguita, 46-48 N. Do-
mingo, San Juan, Rizal

Pamaderia Tondena, 1269-1271 J. Luna,
Tondo

Perfection Bakery, 2197-2199 Rizal,
Sta. Cruz

Purity Bakerv and Grocery Store, 104-
106 Villalobos, Quiapo

Quality Bakery, 599 San Andres, Ma-
late

Roval Bakery, 22 Del Pan, San Pedro,
Makati, Rizal

Sol Naciente, 41 A. Mabini, Pasig,
Rizal

St. Louis Bakery, 537 Echague, Quiapo
Tokyo Do, 827 Ylava, Tondo
Universal Bakery, 904 Antonio Rivera,

Tondo

Vienna Bakery, 322 Echague, Sta. Cruz

BASKET (CANASTRO) MAKERS

Soliman F. Samonte, 753 Elcano
Tam Ah, 357 Ylang-Ylang
Tan Choa, 325 Asuncion
Tan Eng, 323 Asuncion

Tan Ho, 327 Asuncion
Tan Na, 303 Ylang-Ylang
Tan Tan, 319 Asuncion
Tan Gay, 322 Asuncion

BED FACTORIES

Leon, B. R. de & Co., 704 Rizal Ave. Simmons Co., The, Fernandez, Bldg.
Philippine Bed Factory, 723 T. Alonso Wright Furniture Co., 64 Escolta
Quiroga, Andres, 220 Tanduay

BILLIARD AND POOL TABLE MANUFACTURERS

Puyat, Gonzalo, 153 Sta. Potenciana
BLACKSMITHS

Ang Tambo. 736 Soler

Buchipco, Alfredo, 313 Camba
Castro, Eduardo de, 818 Elcano
Choa Tit, Herreria Choa, 730 Soler
Chu Tit, 741 Elcano
Chua Chuy, 964 Azcarraga

Chua Ke, C. S. 552 Elcano

Chua Kua, 738 Soler

Dian Sing. & Co., 960 Azcarraga
El Minaleno de B. Silva, 808 Ongpin
Go Chuang Shing, 822 Ongpin
National Iron Works, 1037 Dagupaan


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COMMERCIAL HANDBOOK

Pabillona, Dionisio, 711 Elcano
Po Chuan, 629 Azcarraga
Que Sue, 429 Elcano
Ramon Joa, Mariano, 509 Elcano

Ronquillo, Benigno, 810 Ongpin
Sunico, Hilarion, 503 Jaboneros
Tan Chuan, 820 Ongpin
Tiong Seng y Cia., 106 Elcano

BOAT BUILDERS

Atlantic, Gulf and Pacific Co., 77 M. dei
la Inclustria

Earnshaws Dock and Honolulu Iron
Works, Port Area

BOX MANUFACTURERS
Wooden Cigar Boxes

Baxter, William, 93 Gastambidei, Sam-
paloc

Carpinteria de R. Honda, 335-343 Re-
gidor and 328-330 Martin Ocampo

Chan Gong Carpinteria, 907 San Fer-
nando, San Nicolas

Chua Cha Co., 547 Nueva, Binondo
Chua Cho, 221 Sto. Cristo, San Nicolas
Chua Gui, 400 San Vicente, Binondo
Chua Lua & Co., 1043 Azcarraga, Ton-

do

Co Quinco, S. en C., Pablo, 610 Tan-
duay, Quiapo

Cosmos LumberTan Hong & Co.,
Inc., 635 Soler, Binondo

Eng Sing, 214 Dasmarinas, Binondo
Garden Box Factory, 101 Gral. L. Ge-

ronimo, Sampaloc

Gaw Liongsu, Eduardo Co Seteng &
Co., (Successors to Pablo Co Quimco
Co.,) 610 Tanduay, Quiapo

Go Lo Carpinteria, 930 San Fernando,
San Nicolas

Gocheco-Go Sing Goe Co., P. P., 1219
Azcarraga, Tondo

Hap Sen, 340 San Vicente, Binondo
Hoc Sun Huat, 549 Gandara, Binondo
Insular Lumber Compian|y, p. V. O.

Bldg., Pureza, Samnaloc

La Industria, 739 G. Tuason, Sampaloc
Lim Bong Box Factorv. 132 Hormiga,

Binondo

Lim Law Box Factory, 687 Ylaya, San

Paper Boxes

Baxter, William, 93 Gastambide

mmq quif) ssojj idsnSoq

Manila Paper Bag Mfg., Co., 106 Eli-
zondo

Chon Tieng, 534 Gandara
Chua Chaco, 547 Nueva
Chua Kiang, 224 Chica
Chua Li, 831 Lavezares
Hi Tiong, 132 Hormiga
Ho Kun, 306 Claveria
Leo Yeng, 517 Nueva

Lao Shing, 115 Lavezares

Leung Yee & Co., 745 Echague
Luzon Stevedoring Co., Bacood Street
Varadero de la Quinta, 549 Echague

Nicolas

Liongsin Press, Isla de Romero, Sta
Cruz

Litografia Montes, Inc., 40 Magallanes^
Intramuros

Modern Straw Board Box Factory, The?
603 Magdalena, Binondo

Morning Star, 219 Nueva, Binondo
Ngo Su, 714 Magdalena, Binondo
Ong, Fermin, 549 Gandara, Binondo
Ong Bue Sam Jap Hing & Co., 881

Isaac Peral, Paco

Ong Siong Ya, 430 Raxa Matanda,
Tondo

Ong Tee, 513 Nueva, Binondo

Ong To Sing, 911 San Fernando, S^n

Nicolas

Sy Piao, Du Wat y Cia., S. en C., 768-
780 Echague, San Migu-el

Tableria La Suerte de Chua Lua & Co.,
1045-1049 Azcarraga, Binondo

Tiang Sui & Co., Box Factory, 536 T.
Alonso, Sta. Cruz

Tan Tian Box Factory, 881 Isaac Peral,
Paco

Tan Sioc Guan Box Factory Co., 340
San Vicente, Binondo

Velascos Press, 524 Legarda, Sampaloc
Wing Lee, 248 Espeleta, Sta. Cruz
Wong Ah Mao, 843 San Fernando, Sait

Nicolas

Yao Ki, 221 Dasmarinas, Binondo

Paper Box Mfg., 286 S. Marcelino
Santos, Apolonio, 739 G. Tuason
Velasco Press, 139 Manrique

Packing Cases

Lim, Kui, 545 Elcano

Lim No, 697 Ylaya

San Sing, 482 Dasmarinas

Tam Lim, 124 Hormiga

Tan Lim, 421 Poblete

Tan Sioc, Wan, 340 San! Vicente

Wing Hing, 419 Poblete

BREWERIES

San Miguel Brewery, 132 Aviles


PHILIPPINE CARNIVAL ASSOCIATION 51

BRICK AND TILE FACTORIES

Machuca & Co., 21 Balmes Bacood Street

Manila Hume Pipe and Tile Works, Tuason e Hijos, 1174 Agno
BUTTON FACTORIES

Manila Button Factory, Beata Street Phil. Button Corpn., 828 Misericordia
CANDLE MANUFACTURERS

Bon Seng, 365 Sto. Cristo

La Estrella de Oro, 433 Salazar
La Luna Clara (Lim King Chin), 538

T. Pinpin

La Milagrosa, 520 Clavel

Ong Yam Sie^g, 213 Sto. Cristo
Pe Bun Kun, 433 Salazar

Philippine Manufacturing Co., 1120
Velasquez

Sam Kong, 817 Jaboneros

Sy Yinco Sy Kee, 130 Villalobos

Uv Bunyo, 122 Espeleta

Wolff & Co., Inc., T. J., 20 Plaza Mo-

raga

CANDY MANUFACTURERS

Asia Candy Factory, 479 M. de Binon-
do. San Nicolas

El Tesoro, 755-757 Ave. Rizal, Sta.
Cruz

Hoc Chuan Liong, 1222 Sta. Elena,
Birbndo

Kasikatan, J. Rizal, Mandaluyon,
Rizal

Kim Chong Ten, 352 Echague, Sta.
Cruz

Kubo, K., 152 Gardenia, Sampaloc
La Familia, 746-748 Ongpin, Sta. Cruz
La Patria, 631-633 Legarda, Sampaloc
La Perla, Inc., 228-234 Plaza Sta. Cruz
M. Y. San & Co., 69 Escolta, Binondo
Malabon Sugar Co., Smith, Bedl & Co.,

Ltd., Agents, Hongkon^ & Shanghai
Bank Bldg., Bk\ondo

Malayan Candy Factory, 752 Folgue-
ras, Tondo

Manila Candy Factory, 152 Gral. G.
Geronimo, Sampaloc

Nestle and Angle-Swiss Condensed
Milk Co., 502 Estero Cegado, Sta.
Cruz

ORacca Confectionery, 65-67 Barraca
Oriental Candy Factory, 290 Libertad,

Pasay, Rizal

Purity Candy Kitchen, 527 Penarrubia,
Sa.P Nicolas

See Se Candy Factory, 256 Tetuan, Sta.
Cruz

Sielski Sweet Shop Co., 123 M. H. del
Pilar, Ermita

Tropic Products Company, Pureza,
Sampaloc

Walker, Herbert, Pureza, Sampaloc
Washington Candy Factory, 721 Juait

Luna, Tondo

Yek Yu, 211 Ongpin, Binondo

CANNERIES

Ba.hahaw (Jose, Sison & Co.,) 330 Ca-
rriedo

El Mr;\do, 211 Espeleta

Gonoco Grocery, 410 Echague
PhiHnnine Cannery, 175 Lipa, Samp.
Philippine Fruit & Pkg., Co., 34 Escolta

Philippine Packing Corporation, 310
National City Bank Bldg.

Rizal Park Confectionery, 207 Kara-
patan

Tan Kah Kee & Co., 122 Rcsario

CAP FACTORIES

Aquino. Carlos. 529 Magdalena Nueva

New People Manufacturing Co., 502 Tnr-g Keh, 533 Ongpin


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PHILIPPINE CARNIVAL ASSOCIATION 53

CAR AND CARRIAGE FACTORIES

Beechs Carriage Factory, 267 San
Marcelino, Ermita

Carroceria Ang Tibay, 207 Pacheco
and 1454 Sande, Tondo

Carroceria Castelltort, 1134 Misericor-
dia, Sta. Cruz

Carroceria de E. Enriquez, 527 Martin
Ocampo, Quiapo

Carroceria Medina, 1310 Juan Luna,
Tondo

Corominas General Automobile Re-
pairing, 15 Severino, Quiapo

El Inventor, 313 ard 336 Moriones,

Tondo

Garchitorena, 342-350 Gral. Luna, In-
tramuros

Ong Tong, 629 Azcarraga, Tondo
Paco Garage and Carriage* Factory,

723 Kansas, Ermita
payad & Co., 240 Sta. Maria, Tondo
Sanchez. Vicente D., 360 Aviles, San

Miguel

Smaa-. 1368 Sande, Tondo

Tondo .A nto RepairkAg Shop, 1454

Sande, Tondo

CARAMELO MAKERS

Ching Chu, 510 Sto. Cristo

Choa, Goan, 919 Jaboneros

Choa, Loc Yuen, 1029 Lavezares
Chong Chay, 1115 Sta. Elena
Chua So. 1126 Sta. Elena
Chuan Ho Sie.ng, 487 M. de Binondo
Co Ye Co., 537 Sto. Cristo

Go Lam, 509 Sto. Cristo
Go Tiang, 341 Sto. Cristo
Ngo Co., 206 Tetuan
Ngo Huan & Co., 1133 Aceiteros
See Hoo Baw, 254 TetuarJ
Sy Quiao 424 Sto. Cristo
Tan Hap Co., 511 Sto. Cristo

CARPENTERS

Adriano, Simplicio, 635 M. H. del Pilar,
Ermita

American Carpenter, 22 F. B. Harri-
son, Pasay, Rizal

Carpinteria de R. Honda, 335-343 Re-
gidor, Quiapo

Chan Gong Carpinteria, 907 San Fer-
nando, San Nicolas

Chua Cho, 541 Elcano, Sa;S Nicolas
El Amor A1 Trabajo, 732 Juan Luna,

Binondo

El Inventor, 313 Moriones, Tondo
Galang, Lorenzo D., 957 R. Hidalgo,

Quiapo

Go Lo Caminteria, 930 San Fernando,
San Nicolas

Banahaw, 330 Carriedo
Carbunco, Ambrosio, 181 Maria Clara,
Sampaloc

Copper Kettle, 7 Plaza. Moraga, Bi-
nondo

La Palma de Mallorca, 154 Real, In-
tramuros

CHEWING TOBACCO

El Sabor, 918 Magdalena

Gc Siong Bio, 930 San, Fernando, San
Nicolas

Guanlaos Furniture, 1808 Herran,

Hirotani, K., 1085 R. Hidalgo, Quiapo
Ideal Carpentry, 80 Mabini, Caloocan,

Rizal

Lee Bu, 304 Claveria, Binondo
Lim Soon, 522 T. Alonso, Sta. Cruz
Ngo Ya, 907 San Fernando, S. Nicolas
Santiago, Folix, 359 R. Hidalgo, Quiapo
Takahashi, Zenzo, 524 Legarda, Samp.
Tc;Sg Ah Heng, 523 Soler, Sta. Cruz
Yee Woo Kuan, 521 Misericordia, Sta.

(>11%

CATERERS

La Perla, Inc., 228-234 Plaza Sta. Cruz

Oasis Lunch, 55 Echague

Quezon, Ramon, 163 Maria Clara, Sam-
paloc

Toms Dixie Kitchen, Inc., 126 Plaza
Goiti, Sta. Cruz

(MASCADA) MAKERS

Sic Lim & Co., 826 Lavezares


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COMMERCIAL HANDBOOK

CHOCOLATE AND COFFEE FACTORIES

Banaag ng Pagsilang, 30 Gral. Luna,
Malabon, Rizal

Co Clivrt Huat, 712 Dart, Paco

Cocolait, Pureza, Sampaloc

Damos Chocolate and Coffee Factory,

739 Dara, Paco

El Fruto de Cacao, 541-545 Asuncion,
San Nicolas

El Oriental, 608 Teodora Alonso, Sta.
Cruz

El Sol, 732 Teodora Alonso, Sta.
Cruz

Kasikatan, J. Rizal, Mandaluyon,
Rizal

La Juventud, 305 Gral. Luna, Ma-

labon, Rizal

La Estrella, 1510 Azcarraga, Sta. Cruz
La Industrial. 322-326 Canonigo, Paco
La Palma de Mallorca, 154 Rea, Intra-

muros

La Patria, 631-637 Legarda, Sampaloc
La Pureza, 1050-1052 Rizal, Sta. Cruz
Nestle and A.^glo-Swiss Condensed

Milk Co., 502 Estero Cegado, Sta.
Cruz

Pamintuan, Feliciano, 1806 Herran
Su Hoc Hen, 828 Ongpin, Sta. Cruz
Tropic Products Company, Pureza,

Sampaloc

Walker Herbert, Pureza, Sampaloc

CIGAR MANUFACTURERS

Alhambra Cigar and Cigarette Mfg.,

Co., 31 Tayuman, Manila
Colonial Tobacco Co., Inc., 1207 Arle-

gui, Manila

Companla General de Tabacos de Fili-
pinas, 212 M. de Coniillas, Manila
Cosmos Cigar Factory, 1355 J. Luna

Manila

Dalisay Cigar Factory, 557 Magdalena,

Manila

El Aguila Fabrica de Tabacos y Ciga-

11ns, 36 Plaza Dilao, Manila
El Nacionalista, Sta. Catalina, I. Sur
El Oriente Fabrica de Tabacos, Inc.,

732 Evangelista, Manila
El Puro, Laong-Laan, Caloocan, Rizal
Helena Cigar Company, 36 Novaliches,

San Miguel, Manila
Insular Development Co., Inc., 1207

Arlegui, Manila
Katubusan, 501 Clavel, Manila
La Asiatica, 603 Magdalena, Manila
La Batalla, 522-524 Elcano, Manila
La Bella Vista, 613 Magdalena, Manila
La Cabana, 734 St.o Criseo Manila
La Colonial Cigar Factory, 1207 Arle-

gui, Manila

La Colonial Navotas, Rizal

La Commercial, 1207 Arlegui, Manila
La Co.^chita, 2009 J. Luna, Manila
La Dicha Cigars and Cigarettes, 429

Asuncion, Manila

La Favorita Cigar Factory, 1207 Ar-
legui, Manila

La Felicidad, 610 Camba, Manila
La Flor de Cabagan, Cabagan, Isabela
La Flor de Fidela, 557 Magdalena,

Manila

La Flor de Ibarra, 104 Gunao, Manila
La Flor de Intal, 31 Tayuman, Manila
La Flor dp -Tarn. Carigara, Leyte.

La Flor de la Isabela, 351 Isaac Pe-

ral, Manila

La Flor de Luzon, 701 Clavel, Manila
La Frieda Cigar Factory, MalaboA,

Rizal

La Grandeza-Yu So & Co., 729 Reina
Regentei, Manila

La Insular Cigar and Cigarette Fac-
tory, Inc., 20 P. Calderon de la Bar-
ca, Manila

La Juventud, 305 Gral. Luna, Mala-
bon, Rizal

La Luneta, 2219 Azcarraga, Manila
La Maria Cristina, Malabon, Rizal
La Nobleza, 409 Tayuman, Manila
La Paz y Buen Viaje, 429 Asuncion,

Manila

824 Misericordia. Manila

La Profesora, National y la Fuerza,
La Prueba Tobacco Co., Inc., 2006 Az-

carraga, Manila

La S'rpiente, Malahon, Rizal
La Solte^ita, 766 Folgueras, Manila
La Trinidad Cigar Factory, 1207 Ar-

legui

La Trinidad, Malabon, Rizal
La Yebana Company, Inc., 57 Gastam-

bide, Manila

Maria Cristina Tobacco Co., 931 Juan
Luna, Manila

Mariza Cigar Factory, 108 Gral.
Luna, Malabon, Rizal

Merit.as Cigar Factory. 2006 Azcarra-
ga, Manila

Minerva Ci^ar Corporation, 2219 Az-
carraga, Manila

Perla de Filipinas. Inc.. 832 Benavides
Philippine Aromatic Cigarette Manu-

facturing Co., 661 Magdalena

Samson Hermanos y Cia., Inc., 2009 J.
Luna, Manila

Standard Cigar Factory, 1207 Arlegui,
Manila

Stantard Tobacco Co., Inc., 1207 Arle-
gui, Manila

Tabaaueria La Comercial, 1207 Arle-
gui. Manila

Viva La Suerte v La Pureza. 555 Mise-
ricordia, Manila


PHILIPPINE CARNIVAL ASSOCIATION 55

CIGARETTE MANUFACTURERS

Alhambra Cigar and Cigarette Mfg.,

Co., 31 Tayuman, Manila
B.B.B. y La Ideal, 542 Echague, Manila
Compania General de Tabacos de Fili-

pinas, 212 Marquez de Comillas
Dalisay Cigar Factory, 557 Magdale-

na, Manila

El Aguila Fabrica de Tabacos y Ci-
garrillos, Inc., 86 Plaza Dilao

Katubusan, 501 Clavel, Cor. Barcelona,

Manila

La Alexandria Cigarette Factory, 543

Magdalena, Manila
La Asiatica, 603 Magdalena, Manila
La Batalla, 522 Elcano, Manila
La Ciudad de Nankin, 114 Salazar
La Conchita, 2009 Juan Luna, Manila
La Dicha Cigars and Cigarettes, 429

Asuncion, Manila

La Estrella de Filipinas, 617 P. Herre-
ra, Manila

La Felicidad, 610 Camba, Manila
La Flor de Fidela, 557 Magdalena,

Manila

La Flor dlci la Isabela, 851 Isaac Peral,

Manila

La Grandeza Yu So & Co., 729 Reina

Regente, M?nila

CINE FILM

Albo & Sevilla, 670 Dasmarinas
Araw Movies, 71 Valenzuela, Sta Me-

sa

Central Film Producer, 680 Rizal Ave.

COCONUT

Carrero, Vidal & Co., Provisor Island
Compania General de Tabacos de Fili-

nas, 212 Marques de Comillas
Jao Cui Pien, 15 Cristobal
Luzon Industrial Corporation Coconut

Oil Factory, Chaco Bldg., Plaza Cer-
vantes

Madrigal Oil Mills, 117 Estero de Bi-

COMB MANUFACTURERS

Ang Chuan, 560 Juan Luna Sao Tiong, 207 Nueva

Hong Yuk, 219 Nueva Tan Gin Tiong, 242 Carvajal

Kao Toe, 311 Nueva Ti Hui, 309 Nueva

CONTRACTORS ELECTRICAL

American Electric Co., Inc., 72 Es-
colta, Binondo

Arce Electric, 1339-1341 Rizal Ave.,
Sta. Cruz

Cacho & Hidalgo, 312-314 Carriedo,
Sta. Cruz

Clavel Electrical Supply, 902 Clavel,
San Nicolas

Concepcion Electric, 242 CondeIpcion,
Ermita

Custodio Electric Supply, 1237-1329
Azcarraga, Sta. Cruz

La Insular Cigar and Cigarette Fac-
tory, Inc., 20 P. Calderon de la Bar-
ca, Manila

La Nobleza, 409 Tayuman, Manila
La Paz y Buen Viaje, 429 Asuncion,

Manila

La Solterita, 766 Folgueras, Manila
La Yebana Company, Inc., 57 Gastam-

bidn, Manila

Liggett & Myers Tobacco Co., Corner
Ronquillo and Estero Cegado

Maria Cristina Tobacco Co., 931 Juans
Luna, Manila

Nubia, Manuel, 836 Folgueras, Manila
Perla det Filipinas, Inc., 932 Benavides

Man.la.

Philippine Aromatic Cigarette Ma-nti-
facturing Co., 661 Magdalena, Mani-
la

Renacimiento, Inc., 1580 Juan Luna,
Manila

Samson Hermanos y Cia, inc., 2009
Luna Manila

Sweet Dreams, Aromatic Cigarette
Factory 660 Magdalena, Manila

Viva La S^er^e y La Pureza, Miseri-
cordia, Manila

PRODUCERS

Filipinas Photo Play, 207 P. Rada
Malayan Movies, 247 Grab Solano
Oriental Film Corporation. 303 Isabel
Rizal Film Co., c/o Cine Palace

OIL MILLS
nondo

Philipuine Manufacturing Co., 1120
Velasquez

Philippine Refining Co., Inc., 1035
Isaac Peral

Spencer, Kellogg & Sons (Phil.) Inc.,
Tomas Claudio

Elmac, Inc., 627 Rizal Ave., Sta. Cruz
Falcon Electrical Supply and Contrac-

tor, 1310 Rizal Ave., Sta. Cruz
Gamboa, Juan F., 906 San Nicolas,

San Nicolas

Granfil, Sixto C., 31 A. Flores, Ermita
Luzon Electric Co., 1097 R. Hidalgo,

Quiapo

Mora Electric Co., Inc., 7 Soda, Binon-
do ., ,

Moreno, Carlos A., 326 R. Hidalgo,
Sta. Cruz


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COMMERCIAL HANDBOOK

Philippine Engineering Company, Inc.,
36 Kaon, Quiapo

Keyes, Rufino, 1006 Juan Luna, Tondo
Rochnas, Maximo, 608 G. Tuason,

Sampaloc

Romero Electrical Supplies, 715 Az-
carraga, Tondo

Rosario, Cecilio del, 412 M. Earnshaw,
Sampaloc

Rosario, Electric Co., 458-460 Legar-
da, Sampaloc

Rotary Electric Company, 235 Solis
(Int.), Tondo

Thompson Electrical Co., Inc., 310-316
Estero Cegado, Sta. Cruz

Western Telephone Co., Inc., 925 Ong-
pin, Sta. Cruz

CORK MANUFACTURERS

Philippine Cork & Insulation Co., The, Philippine Crown Cork Factory, 861
308 Heacock Bldg., Escolta R. Hidalgo

DAIRY PRODUCE DEALERS

Estrera, Gervasio, 352 Paz, Paco
International Cold Stores, 116-120

Echague, Sta. Cruz
La Loma Dairy Farm, La Loma
Magnolia Dairy Products, 132 Aviles,

San Miguel

Manila City Dairy, 1026 F. Huertas,

Sta. Cruz

Nestle and Anglo-Swiss Condensed

Milk Co., 502 Estero Cegado
Novaliches Dairy Farm, 229 Bustillos,

Sampaloc

Philippines Cold Stores (G.S.Muill &

DESICCATED COCONUT MANUFACTURERS

Franklin Baker Co. of the Philippines,
Pureza, Sta. Mesa

Mount Banahaw Shredded Coconut
Co., c/o Mr. Rowlands, Factory,
Nagcarlang, Laguna, National City
Bank Bldg.

Pagsanjan Manufacturing Companty,

DISTILLERIES, ALCOHOL AND LIQUORS

Ang Tunay, 730 Sto. Cristo, San Ni-
colas

Bais Distilleries Inc., Palanca Bldg.,
Cor Barraca & Urbiztondo, S. Ni-
colas

Compania General de Tabacos de Fili-
pinas, 212 Marquez de Comillas

Deistilerias Avala Incorporada, 630-652
Echague, San Mieruel

El Occidental-Chu Yiek & Co.. 414 T.

Pinpin, and 405 Gandara, Binondo
Go Sun, Benito, 730 Sto. Cristo, San,

Nicolas

La Clementina, 240 Marques de Comi-
llas, Paco

La Confianza, 417 M. de Binondo, San
Nicolas

La Cooa Distillery, 929 Magdalena,
Tondo

Co., Ltd.), 503-511 Echague, Quiapo
Royal Pasteurized Milk, 16 Valenzuela,

Sampaloc

Rizal Dairy Products, 1318 Don! Qui-
jote

San Miguel Dairy Farm, 444 Aviles,
San Miguel

Santa Mesa Dairy Farm, 902 Corde-
leria, Santa Mesa, Sampaloc

Santol Dairy Farm, 1166 Santol
(Int.), Sampaloc

Watson & Watson, 732 Zacateros, Sta.
Cruz

Pagsanjan, Laguna

Philippine! Desiccated Coconut Corpo-
ration, c/o Mr. Mitchell, 503 Chaco
Bldg., Manila

Philippine Food Products Co., Pureza,
Sta. Mesa

Red V., c/o Smith, Bell & Co., Ltd.,

La Fortuna, 445 Moriones, Tondo
La Fuerza, 411 Fundidor, San Nicolas
La Refineiria, (Tan Tay & Co., Inc.),

530-536 .Juan Luna, Binondo
La Rosario Distillery, 1001-1023 R.

Hidalgo, Quiapo

La Suerte Destileria, 530 Alvaradjo,
Binondo

La Tondena, Palanca Bldg., Cor. Bar-
raca & Urbiztondo

Lim Tuaco and Co., Inc., 527-543 Gan-
dara, Sta. Cruz

Philippine Motor Alcohol Corporation,
Palanca Bldg.

Philippine Wine Factory, 381-383 M.
de Binondo, San Nicolas

Tanduay Distillery, 248 Tanduay
Ynchausti & Co., Manila Pilot Bldg.,

San Nicolas

DRESSMAKERS

Bautista, Sra. Pilar B., 1861 Azcarra- De Lude Dress Shop, 1128 California,
8*a, Sta. Cruz Ermita

Blanca Nieve, 449 M. H. del Pilar, Ebona, F. 257 M. H. del Pilar, Ermita
Ermita El Pavo Real, 112 Anda, Intramuros


PHILIPPINE CARNIVAL ASSOCIATION 57

Elite Dressmaker, 203 Cabildo, IrJtra-
muros

Escurdia, C., 823 Rizal Ave., Sta. Cruz
Escurdia, Enriqueta, 1823 Azcarraga,

Sta. Cruz

Gaskell, Mrs. A. P., 14 Sta. Escolasti-
ca, Pas ay

Gumatay, M .Paz Nepomuceno de, 670
Arlegui, Mrs. Sophie:, 556 A. Mabini,
Ermita

Inocencio, Brigida S., 679 Rizal Ave.,
Sta. Cruz

Josefina, 1716 Rizal Ave., Sta. Cruz
Kerr Dress Making, 425 A. Mabini,

Ermita

La Elegencia Constante, 620 R. Hidal-
go, Quiapo

La Femme Chic, 221 Ayala Boulevard,
Ermita

La Filipina, 1022 Rizal, Sta. Cruz
La Moda Feminina, 208-212 Legarda,

Sampaloc

La Modernista, 9790 Ylaya, To;t^o
La Modernista Filipina, 296 Cabildo,

Intramuros

Pandaquena, 1074 Arkgui, Quiapo

La Tayabena, 88 San Marcelino, Er-
mita

Layog, Juliana, 558 Asuncion, San Ni-
colas

Le Bonton, 1037 Arlegui, Quiapo
Leon, Agustina de, 343 Ayala Boule-

vard, Ermita

Leon Salindong, A. de, 343 Ayala Bou-
levard, Ermita

Lopez, Consuelo de. 1067 Arlegui, Quia-
po

Manila- Elegante, 199 Magallanes, In-

DRY DOCKS

Earnshaw Docks & Honolulu Iron
YvorKs, The, 110 Second Street, Port
Area

El Varadero de Manila, 109 Juan Luna

tramuros

Manila Elegante, 251 A. Mabini, Er-
mita

Manuel Mrs. Bekn F., 2248 Juan Lu-
na Tondo

Maria Clara Mfg. Co., 332 Legarda
Nazario, Gregoria, 831, Magdalena,

Tondo

New Ideal Fashion, The, 208 Caildo,
Intramuros

Rite Store, The, 306 Carriedo, Sta.
Cruz

Rodriguez, Paz, 831 Magdalena, Tondo
Romero de Jose, C., 1863 Azcarraga,

Sta. Cruz

Rossy, 249 Ayala Boulevard, Ermita
Sallys Home Shop, 50 Nebraska, Ermi-

ta

Sariling Atin, 727 Dart, Paco
Soler Delia de, 9 Nebraska, Ermita
Taller de Bordados de Felisa de Del-

gado, 214 Legarda, Sampaloc
Talkr de Bordados de Juan Maclan,

940 Yyala & 308 Raxa Matarida,
Tondo

Taller de Modas de Natalia Ocampo,
384 R. Hidalgo, Quiapo

Todays Style, 649 Ijanduay, Quiapo
Vanity, 219 Carriedo, Sta. Cruz
Villasis, 238 Carriedo, Sta. Cruz
Vogue, The, 1558-1562 Azcarraga, Stae

Cruz

Vogue, The. 90 Isaac Peral. Ermita
WaH Sine*. 2R4 Real. Int.ramuros
Willis, Rosa T., 315 P. Faura, Ermita
Womens Fashion, 1113 Rizal Ave.,
Sta. Cruz

Varadero de San Miguel (L. A. Chee
& Co., Prop.), 745 Echague

Yrrgco, Teodoro R., 421 M. de la In-
dustria

DRYING AND SMOKING FISH ESTABLISHMENTS

Ang Bet Tut, 139 Pacheco
Chia Ke, 624 Velasquez
Ching Ak, 1481 Franco
Ching Lim, 1427 Franco
Kang Hong Ky, 1441 Franco
Lian Kim Ying, 127 Pacheco
Lim Ing, 624 Velasquez
Ng Kin 138 Pacheco
Ng Chua, 1459 Franco
Ng Cheng, 130 Nicodemus
Ong Hoc, 205 Coral
Puy Sing, 1421 Franco

EGG DEALERS

Ah Kong. 223 Reeridor, Quiapo
Eu Liy, 69 Magallanes, Intramuros
Filipino .Fresh Fggs Inc., 15 Ducos
Jok Dian Chon (Yu E^), 203 T. Pin-

Suy Em, 1425 Franco
Ti Gek Lin, 1445 Franco
Tar; Hoko, 204 Coral
Tan Lan Tian:, 134 Pacheco
Tan Luyco, 1467 Franco
Uy Chin., 1463 Franco
Uy Le Suy, 113 Pacheco
Uy Pian Ky, 1443 Pacheco
Uy Ting, 141 Pacheco
Yao Bin, 1429 Franco
Yao Kim Chao, 1431 Franco
Yu Uan, 624 Velasquez

pin, Binondo

King Tao, Pier, No. 5, Port Area
Philippine Fresh Eggs Store, 533

Echague, Sta. Cruz


58

COMMERCIAL HANDBOOK

Philippine Produce, 106 Martin Ocam-
po, Quiapo

Bison, Marcos, 245 Espcleta, San Ni-
colas

Sy Hian, 756 Folgueras, San Nicolas
Tan Liao, 106 Gunao, Quiapo
Uy Tap Co., 182 Real, Intramuros

ELECTRIC LIGHT AND POWER PLANTS
Manila Electric and Light Co., San Marcelino Street
ENGRAVERS, GENERAL

Sta.

Acme EnJgravin Co., 721 Calero,

Cruz

Ang Araw, 818 Ylaya, Tondo
Arte y Trabajo, 639 Rizal Ave., Sta.

Cruz

Benipayo Press and Photo Engraving,
801-803 Soler,, Sta. Cruz

Carmelo & Bauermann, Inc., 2057 Az-
carraga, Quiapo

El Brillante, 152 Escolta, Binondo
Fernando, E. E. 1112 Rizal, Sta. Cruz
Filipino Expert, The, 314 Echague,

Sta. Cruz

Frank & Co., 101-103 Escolta
Garcia, A., 32 Sta. Potenciana, Intra-

muros

Watson; & Wtson, 732 Zacateros, Sta.
Cruz

Yu An, 627 Ongpin, Binondo
Yu Bao, 304 Claveria, Binondo
Yu Sien Ke, 302-304 Clavel, San Nico-

las

Kriedt Printing Co., 550 Evangelista
Cor. Raon, Sta. Cruz

McCullough Printing Co., 101-103 Es-
colta, Binondo

Philippine Education Co., Inc., 101-103

Escolta, Binondo

Reyes & Co., Inc., Juaquin, Third Floor,
Free Press Bldg., Sta. Crua

Star Engraving, 670 Rizal Avt., Sta.
Cruz

Yaptangco Photo-Engraving, 282 Do-
roteo Jose, Sta. Cruz

Zamora, Viuda e Hijos de Crispulq,
351 R. Hidalgo, Quiapo

Zamora, Luis, 314-316 R. Hidalgo, Sta.
Cruz

FERTU TZER MANUFACTURERS

Menzi and Companv, 18C Juanineda & Ampil Mfg. Co., 1 Factories
Luna Kahanding

FISHERS (OWNERS OF FISHING BOATS)

Akamatsu, Murakami, Fujimoto, 515
M. de Santos

Akamatsu, Murakami, Ochiro, 515 M.
de Santos

Akamatsu, Tada, Jusimoto, 712 Cam-
ba

Asagiro Yoshimoto, 629 P. Carrion'

C. Nakamura, 510 M. de Santos
Dinloku Nudemoto, 615 Camaba
Fukusaburo Fujita, 324 P. Gomez
P,usnlaro Ukida, 710 Camba
Hanichi Akamatsu, 712 Camba
Hanschieruro Fbisudo. M.5 M. re Santos
Hisaichi Murakami, 705 Camba
I. Katagiri and S. Katagir., 510 M. de

Santos

I. Nishihara, 504 Arlegui

Isiharra Rogi, 1556 Azcarraga
Isco Fujimoto Akamatsu, 615 Camba
Jiro Isonaka, 615 M. de Santos
Karamba & Nakamura, 700 Camba
Knouski Tada and J. Ukida, 714 Cam-

ba

Kyncnlki Tada and G. Sato, 714 Cam-
ba

Mantaro Murakami, 615 M. de Santos
Masaichi Orikuchi. Camba Street
Minetaro Fuiita. 714 Camba
Miyoshi & Co., 510 M. de Santos

Nagasawa, Nagano Kaisha, 515 M. de

Santos

Nakamura, Nagasawa and Others, 515

M. de Santos

Nisyama & Sacomudru, 625 P. Carrion
Nishiyama, W., 625 P. Carrion
Okadichi -& Katagiri, 516 M. de Santos
S. Miyamoto and K. Katagiri, 510 M.

de Santos

S. Yoshinaga, 512 M. de Santos
Sadaichi Yamamoto, 710 Camba
Seikichi Seki, 1089 R. Hidalgo
Shino Nakamura, 625 kJ. Carrion
Sufiro Fujimoto, 712 Camba
Sumino & Sumino, 710 Camba
Takaichi. Oride, 700 Camba
Tada, Murakami, Fujimoto, Camba

corner M. de Santos
Takida, D., 515 M. de Santos
Tasaburo Nishiura, 700 Camba
Tauromatsu Maeda, 700 Camba
Tokichi Kambara, 700 Camba
Tsumeichi Jakeda, Camba Street
TTichi Toki, 508 Aceiteros
Ukida, Goshinaga & Kauagushi, 710

Camba

TTrakami & Others, 515 M. de Santos
Yamasaki Hooshi, 710 Camba


PHILIPPINE CARN1VAL ASSOCIATION

FISH NET MANUFACTURERS

Aguinaldo, L. R., 454 Juan Luna
Philippine Net and Braid Man ..facturing Co., 343 Juan; Luna
FLOUR DEALERS

Dy Buncio & Co., Inc., 191-211 M. de
Binondo, San Nicolas

El Porvenir, 803-811 Folgueras, Tondo
El Progreso Grocery, 764 Folgueras,

Tondo

Go Tiong Hieng Tan Chiao & Co., 511
M. de Binondo, Binondo

Hanson, Orth & Stevenson; Inc., Wise
Bdlg.

FOUNDRIES

Ang Kai A, 720 San Nicolas

Ang Sioc & Co., 323 Camba
Atlantic Gnlf and Pacific Co., 77 M.

de la Industria
Buchipco, Alfredo, 313 Camba
Chen Yun Pan & Co., Lavezares
Earnshaws Docks and Honolulu Iron

Works, Port Area
Joe Tec & Co., Inc., 613 Elcano
Lao Sai, 718 San Nicolas
Marine Railwav and Repair Shop, En-

gineer Island

La Alegria, 375-377 Sto. Cristo, San
Nicolas

Meerkamp & Co., Ltd., 979 M. de la In-
dustria, Binondo

Ong Jan Chuan Co., 467 Nueva
Pacific Commercial Company, Natio-

nal City Bank Bldg.

Sin Hap Guan, 537 M. de Binondo, San

Nicolas

Ong Yang, 716 San Nicolas

Sam Hap Gui, 421 Fundidor

San Nicolas Iron Works, Ltd., 317 Pe~

narrubia

Sing Fook Hing, 504 Elcano
So Put, 523 JabcAeros
Sunico, Hilarion, 503 Jaboneros
Sunico, Valentin, 216 Azcarraga
Tan Si Eng, 52 Elcano
Tiong Seng & Co., 106 Elcano
mnv Hio, 926 Azcarraga
Vulcano, 521 Muelle de la Industria

FURNITURE MANUFACTURERS

Ang Rizal, 164 F. B. Harrison, Pa-
say, Rizal

Barancna & Co., 77 Gastambide, Sam-
paloc

Camas Quiroga, 220 TaAduay, San Mi-
guel

Carpinteria de R. Honda, 335-343 Re-
gidor, Quiapo

Central Furniture Co., (Dy Hong &

Co.,) 321 T. Pinpin, Binondo
Chu Sam Yick Co., 523 Soler, Binondo
Cosmopolitan Furniture, 170 Legarda,

Sampaloc ,

De Sin Furniture, 240, 348, o50 and

225-227 T. Pinpin
El Arriesgo, 900-902 Ylaya, Tondo
El CrecieAte, Sampalucan, Caloocan,

Rizal

El Inventor, 313 and 336 Moriones,

Tondo

El Molave, 115 A. Mabini, Maypajo,

Caloocan, Rizal

Fujihara Furniture and Contractor,

834 R. Hidalgo, Quiapo
Guzmans Furniture House, 1539 Az-

car ra^a. Sta. Cruz

Hep Bi Furniture, 500 Dasmarinas and

205 T. PinpiA

Ideal Carpentry, 80 Mabini, Caloocan,

Rizal

Ideal Furniture, Inc., 127 Trece de

Agosto, Paco

Insular Furniture (Chua Lian Sun Co.t
Ltd.,) 355-359 T. Pinpin, Binondo
Irure A. S. en C., 138 T. Pinpin, Binon-

do

KaAoka, T., 524 Legarda, Sampaloc
Kumra, K., 347 R. Hidalgo, Quiapo
ku Tia Furniture Store, 134 Tetuan,

Sta. Cruz

Kwong Cheong Shing, 301-305 T. Pin-
pin, Binondo

Kwong Hing Cheong, 309 T. Pinpin,
Binondo

Kwong Sun Yuen (Tang Chee), 429 T.
Pinpin, Binondo

Kwong Yick Sung, 363 T. Pinpin, Bi-
nondo

La Moda Furniture, 726 Ave. Rizal,
Sta. Cruz

Lai Cheng Furniture Store, 209 T.
Pinpin

Lian Shing, 546 Elcano, San Nicolas
Luzon Furniture, 250 T. Pinpin, Bi-

nondo

Norte Furniture C,o. 1542 Azcarraga,
Sta. Cruz

Oriental FurAiture, Inc., 342 T. Pinpin,
Binondo

Perez SamanUlo, Rafael, 116-122 J. Lu-
na

Philippine Art Furniture Co., Univer-
sity Bldg., Ermita


60 COMMERCIAL HANDBOOK

Philippine Furniture Factory (Joe
Tong Heing), 352-356-348 T. Pinpin

Pineda Bros., 2255 Juan Luna, Tondo
Popular Furniture Factory, Ma-
bini, Maypajo, Caloocan, Rizal /

Puyat & Sc.Ss, Inc., Gonzalo, 727 So-
lana, Walled City

Sin Seng Juat, 421 Nueva, Binondo &
812 Ongpin

Singapore Furniture Shop, 538-540
Miser icordia

Sison, Dalmacio, 214 Damarinas, Bdo.
Takahashi, Zeno, 620 Legarda, Samp.
Takahashi Furniture, 771 Juan Luna,

Binondo

GOLD AND SILVERSMITHS

Adrias de Mercado, Ru£Aa (Jewelry
Store), 1403 Rizal Ave.

Ang Buti, 534 Antipolo

Ang Ligaya, 1247 Juan Luna
Basilio, Braulio, 205 Cabildo
Co Tian, 473 Nueva
Cruz, Pedro, 310 Echague
Parley, W., 646 Rizal Ave.

El Barato, 300 Carriedo
El Brillante (D. Trinidad), 152 Es-

coita

El 1928, 712 San Bernard*-
El Oro de Lujo, 804 Ylaya
El Sardonix, 814 Lavezares
El Tiempo, 1627 Herran
El Zenith Jewelry Store, 37 Escoita
Francisco, Agapito, Corner Carriedo &

Evangelista

Heacock, H. E. Co., Heacock Bldg.,
Escoita

La Estrella del Norte, 50 Escoita

HAM AND BAC<

Elite Ham Factory, 2266 Herran, Paco
Manila Ham Factory Co., Inc., 11

HARNESS

Adriano, B., 201 Herbosa

Anak .^g Bayan, 2274 Juan Luna
Ang Masunurin, 1425 Sande
Castro, Paulina de, 1367 Felix Huertas
Chun Huat, 431 Teodora Alonso
Cruz, Alberto de la, 810 Folgueras
Fuentes, Daniel, 803 Maria Clara
Francisco, E. S., 845 Folgueras
La Estrella, 603 R. Hidalgo
La Estrella, 221 M. Ocampo
Manila Harness, Co., 100 Escoita
Manago, Leon, 565 Maria Clara

HAT BLOCKERS

Alonso, H., 105 Escoita
Andaya, F., 820 R. Hidalgo
Ang Manggagawa, 487 Juan Luna
Ang Pag-asa, 1535 Juan Luna
Austria, P., 247 Carriedo

Tangulan', Leoncio, 462-468 M. H. del
Pilar, Ermita

Tav Heng, Furniture, 523 T. Alonso,.
Sta. Cruz

To Kyko, 445 Nueva, Binondo
Uchida, S., 171 Novaliches, S. Miguel
Uy Seng Juat, 423-425 Nueva, Bdo.
Yap Wing Bros., 436 T. Alonso, Sta.

Cruz

Yap Yek, 419 Sto. Cristo, Sam Nicolas
Yoshinaka, K., 1004 R. Hidalgo
Yoen Jan Furniture Factory, 619 T.

Alonso, Sta. Cruz

Wright Furniture Co 64 Escoita, Bi-
nondo

La Fortuna, 154 Escoita

Lammoglia, J. B. (El Meridian), 26

Escoita

Laperal de Guzman, M., 850 Rizal Ave.
Laperal, VictoriAa, G. de, 851 Rizal

Ave. v

Las Tres Estrellas, 1828 Herran
Lim Ban Sing, 624 Juan Luna
Manila C. O. D. 725 Rizal Ave.
Ogawa, S., 27 Escoita

Paz, Bias de. la, 1508 Azcarraga
Plateria Amador, 429 Madrid
Plateria Dcradista, 434 F. Torres
Plateria Makabayan, 1115 San Andres
Sanvictores, Isaias, 807 Ylaya
Tan Lay Plateria, 369 Ylang-ylang
Yogo, K., 250 Carriedo
Yoshida, 705 R. Hidalgo
Zamora, Luis, 316 R. Hidalgo
Zamora, Vda. e Hijos de Crispulo, 351

R. Hidalgo

)N FACTORIES

Orozco

National Ham Factory, 355 Echague

MAKERS

Mariano, Isidoro, 1914 Herran
Mariano, Josefa, 237 Zaragoza
Maningning, 966 Ylaya
Masikap, 1396 Sande
Nacional, 844 Folgueras
Philipp^e Harness Co., 868 Rizal Ave.
Pickett Harness Co., 308 Misericordia
Prospero Harness, The, 802 Raon
Riu Hermanos, 623 Escoita
Supling ng Pagsisikap, 1880 Juan Luna
Yu Wang, 405 T. Pinpin

Bacho, Arcadio, 412 Madrid
Bagong Akala, 610 Azcarraga
Bagong Arao, 739 Legarda
Bagong Silang, 822 Ylaya
Banaag ng Kalayaan, 809 Ylaya


PHILIPPINE CARNIVAL ASSOCIATION 61

Bernabe, E., 809 Rizal Avenue
Bunga ng Katiyagaan, 2245 Rizal Ave.
Busilak, 1858 Rizal Avenue
Cobarrubias, E., 322 R. Hidalgo
El Senado, 1041 Azcarraga
El Sol, 134 Castanos

El Sombrero de Copa, 349 Juan Luna
Excelsior, 1009 Rizal Avenuei
Ferrazzirl, A., 333 Azcarraga
Flores, Pablo M., 413 Madrid
Frias,, F., 842 Ylaya
Ideal, 483 Juan Luna
Jabs on, & Co., E., 984 Juan Luna
Jap Seng & Co., 624 T. Pinpin
Jaramillo, Timoteo, 723 Jaboneros
Joaouin, Elias, 917 Ylaya
La Elegancia, 976 Juan Luna
La Libertad Ponular, 413 Madrid
Laong Mithi, 1234 Magdalena
Leon, B. de, 878 Dart
Leon, I. de, 964 Ylaya

Likha, 301 Asuncion

Liwa^'ag, V., 1853 Azcarraga

Los Marinos Mercantes, 318 Madrid

Luna, S., 1049 Juan Luna

Luzon Hat Factory, 81 Real

Manila Hat Store and Factory, 319 M.

H. del Pilar

Nolasco, A., 311 Juan Luna
Ona & Co., L., 470 M. H. del Pilar
Pacheco & Co., S., 71 Real
Philippine Hat, 73 Real

Pineda & Co., M., 107 Real 1 >

Rosa, L. de, 814 Ylaya

Sardes, S., 508 Legarda

Sevilla.. R... Onefpin

Sipag at Tiyaga, 1047 Juan Lu.nla 1

Snmbreria Nacional, 980 Ylaya

Tolosa, Jacinto, 404 Carriedo

Tangulan, Leoncio, 468 M. H. del Pilar

^reloso & Co., 89 Real

Yan, Ramon, 249 Ongpin

HEMP BRAID MANUFACTURERS

Marcelo, S. (Ang Kapalaran) 272 Gral. Luna, Malabon, Rizal
Philippine Net and Braid Manufacturing Co., 343 Juan Luna

HORSESHOEING SHOPS

Alcaide, Domingo, 2276 Juan Luna
Algarao, Eugenio, 854 Ongpin
Bautista, Julian, 170 Blumentritt
Buencamino, V., 1026 Felix Huertas
Cese, Balbino, 1714 Franco
Clemente, S., 1882 Juan Luna
Cristobal, Severino, 700 Singalong
Cruz, A. de la, 525 Misericordia
Cruz, Pedro de la, 1218 Felix Huertas
Cruz, R. de la, 1746 Rizal Ave.

Diaz, Antonio, 816 Folgeras
Diaz, Hilario, 502 Reouesens
Diaz, Rufino, 2235 Rizal Avenue
Fernandez, E., 1414 Azcarraga
Gunto, Vicente, 711 Azcarraga
Gulin, P. S., 935 Tavuman
Jesus, Domingo, 1368 Sande
Lacuesta, H., 823 Dart
La Cuesta, Honorato, 2035 Herran

Macalaglag, Roberto, 1347 Callejon Su-
lu

Manalo, Valentin, 1734 Oroquieta
Marapat, M., 535 G. Tuason
Matiaga, 818 G. Tuason
Moncal, Rufino, 511 Azcarraga
OrifkSo, Zacarias, 1935 Herran
Pangan, Tomas, 1330 Trabajo
Ramos, Agustin, 817 G. Tuason
Rivera, Policarpio, 1605 Sande
Rizalina, 2286 Juan Luna
Santos, Bernardo, 309 Pavia
Santos, Faustino de los, 1857 Juan Luna
Sosa, Exequiel, 2663 Lico
TTbaldo, Camilo, 2461 Rizal Avenue
Urbiztondo, Alejo, 418 Padre Rada
Vera, Porlicarpio, 235 Pacheco
Yeban, L., 450 San Lazaro
Ydong, 23 Da^Jdan

ICE FACTORIES

Government Ice Plant, Plaza Lawton
Magnolia Dairv Products, 529 Aviles
Philippine Cold Stores, 503 Echague

San Miguel Brewery, 132 Aviles
San Miguel Brewery, 660 Echague
San Miguel ^Brewery, 57 Gral. Solano

ICE CREAM CUP AND CONE MANUFACTURERS

Hirano, T., 640 Norsagaray, Quiapo Ice Cream Cun and Cone Manufacturer
843 Folgueras, Tondo


62

COMMERCIAL HANDBOOK

Banlahaw-Jose, Sison & Co., 330 Car-
riedo, Sta. Cruz

Lapids Ice Cream Factory, 204 Bam-
bang, Sta. Cruz

Liberty Ice Cream and Ice Plant, 291
Dagupan, Tondo

Magnolia Dairy Products, 660 Echague
San Miguel

Manila Ice Cream Plant, The, 508 Ma-
drid, San Nicclas

San Miemel Brewery, 132 Aviles, San
Miguel

ILOCANO CLOTH DEALERS

Saure, Felipa de, 335 M. H. del Pilai
Viray, Yrene de, 270 M. H. del Pilar

Castro, Caridad Amor de, 1552 A. Ma-
bini

Cruz, Feliza T., 326 A. Mablni

Muller, Maclean & Co., Inc., Peoples
Bank Bldg.

Quesadas Ink. 1118 Rizal Ave., Sta.
Cruz

Quisumbings Ink Products, 204 Das-
marinas, Binondo

Ault & Wilborg China Co., The, 880
Rizal Ave., Sta. Cruz

Choan Huat, 508 Juan Luna, Binondo
Infantes Ink, 759 F. Torres, Sta. Cruz
Legarda, Domingo, & Co., Inc., Pureza
Sta. Mesa

KIRIP MANUFACTURERS
Kirip Manufacturing Co., 556 Almeda

LAMP DEALERS

Aguinaldo, L. R., 456 Juan! Luna Bi-
nondo

Behn Meyer & Co., H. Mij., 227 David,
Binondo

Pacific Commercial Co., National City
Bank Bldg.

Perez, Placido, 408 Estero Cegado, Sta.
Cruz

LAMP FACTORY

Perez, Placido, 408 Estero Cegado

LARD AND BUTTER SUBSTITUTE MANUFACTURERS
Legarda & Co., D., Pureza, Sta. Mesa Philippine Mfg., Co., 244 David

LIME FACTORIES

Apo Lime Factory, 1449 Sande
Chua Cheng, Velasquez Street
Go Kiko, 1819 Juan Luna

Lime Corp, of the Phil. Is. 805 Echague
Paranaque Lime Factory, Parahaque
Sy Lao, Velasquez Street

LITHOGRAPHERS

Carmelo & Bauerman, 2057 Azcarraga Germania, 672 Legarda

Fajardo & Co., Juari, 530 Raon Litografia Montes, 40 Magallanes

LUMBANG OIL MANUFACTURERS

Lim Eng Chiang, 112 Tetuan Sin y Kong, 1131 Marcelino de Santos

Po Man Hing, 723 Elcano Scy Lin, 527 Muele Binondo

LYE FACTORIES
Lim Juat, 638 Benavides

MACARONI AND

Ang Sua, 426 Teodora Alonso
Bonifas, Antonio, 515 P. Herrera
Chua Chiaco, 2022 Azcarraga
El Pavo Real, 438 P. Rada
Go Yeng, 47 Zurbaran
Huan Tuy, 740 Folgueras
Lim Giap Co., 906 Clavel

VERMICELLI FACTORIES
Ngo Kwong, 241 Soler
Que Eng Sun, 1011 Aceiteros
Se$i Neng 415 Teodora Alonso
Shibata, M., 127 Lardizabal
Tie.^g Lam, 375 Echague
Yu Quim Co., 502 Asuncion


PHILIPPINE CARNIVAL ASSOCIATION 63

MACHINE SHOPS

Atlantic, Gulf and Pacific Co., 77 Mue-
lle de la Industira

Atlas Engineering Works c/o Aguado
Hnos. 2

Buchipco, Alfredo, 131 Camba
Celis y Sanchez, 909 Dagupan
Choa Tit, 730 Soler
Concepcion Electric Co., 240 Concepcion!
Cc.ntratisa, 911 Ylaya
Earnshaws Dock and Honolulu Iron
Works, Port Area
El Esmero, 856 O.ngpin
El Independicnte, 1796 Rizal Avenue
El Obrero, 866 Rizal Avenue
El Taladro, 1588 Juan Luna
El Tiempo, 363 Teodora Alonso
Expert. 223 Barcelona
General Repairing Shop, 1004 Soler
Guidote, Maximo, 862 Rizal Avenue
International Iron Works, 513 Jabo-
neros

MARBLE WORK SHOPS AND SCULPTORS

Alcanar Marble Works, 169 Bumeritritt
AngBatong Busilak, 380 R. Hidalgo
Arte y Trabajo, 630 Rizal and 17 Ka-

tubusan

C. Tuason & Sons, Inc., 1174-1188
Agno, Malate

Castillo & Hijos, 309 R. Hidalgo
Cement Ornamental Works, 1936 Rizal
El Arte, 1409 Azcarraga
El Mausoleo Marble Works, 303 Busto3
El Obrero (Taller de Escultura,
Marmoleria y Carpinteria de Ania^fo
de la Cruz), 2122 Herran
Esteban Sculpture Works Co., 1109
Rizal

Garcia, Ambrosio, 614 Evangelista
Grart Taller de Escultura de Angel
Tampico, 340 R. Hidalgo
Jesus Clemente de ( Successor of Pedro
Licops Marble Works, 1714 Rizal Ave.
Mabesas Painting and Sculpture, P.

A., 289 Marquez de Comillas
Magnani. B 619 Raon

Marmoleria de Can+o B. Almeida, 283
Marcruez de Comillas

Marmoleria y Escultnra de Benito Pam
laoul 271 A. Mabini

MartWe*. S-- 920 ODnnell

National Marble Works, 1051 Rizal,
Sta. Cruz

MATCH MANUFACTURERS
Philippine Match Company, Ltd., 625 P.

MIRROR MANUFACTURERS

Paterno

Chua Chong Tam & Co., 308 Nueva
Chua Leong & Co., 305 Gandara
Chua Yap (Philppine Mirror r aito-
ry), 718 Rizal Avenue

Los Hermanns, 815 Juan Luna
Marine Railway and Repair Shops,
Engineer Island

Nacional, 1037 Dagupan
Phil. Engineering Co., 904 Bilibid Viejo
Picache, E., 1956 ODonnell
Quiapo Welding Works, 735 Globo de
Oro

Ramirez, Esteban, 330 Morionles
Ramirez y Hermanos, 1009 Azcarraga
San Nicolas Iron Works, 3 '7 Peharubia
Santos, Ricardo, 806 Ongpin
Solingco, Dalmacio, 341 Barcelona
So Put, 523 Jaboneros

Sulit Hermanos, 805 Folgueras
Sunico Hilarion, 503 Jaboneros
Uelong & Cruz, 626 Azcarraga
Uy Huan Hiong, 247 Madrid
Vulcarfo, 521 Muelle de la Industria
Zulceta, Emigdio, 1035 Azcarraga

Nepomuceno, Graciano T., 641 Evange-
lista . ,

Oriol Marble Works, C., 858 Rizal

Avenue

Rodriguez, Felino C., 1409 Azcarraga
Rosario, Jr. & Co., P. del, 811 Rizal
Avenue

Santiago, Dionisio, 319 Bustos

Santiago, Felix, 359 R. Hidalgo
Taller de Escultura de Felino Abdoni*
631 Evangelista

Taller de Escultura de Iririeo Cristo-
bal, 431 Evangelista

Taller de Esculture, Pintura y Marmo-
leria de Santiago C. Vazquez, 1602
Rizal

Taller de Modelado, Vaciado y Marmo^
leria de Cayetano Castillo, 323 R
Hidalgo

Taller de Pintura y Escultura de Mar-
ciano Tolentino, 854 Rizal

Taller de Pintura v Escultura de Ana-
cleto de Lecrt, 624 Evangelista

Tampico, Vidal, 1260 Tuberias
Velarde, Eulogio Garcia, Carriedo
Cor. Plaza Miranda

Vicente, Maximo, 812 R. Hidalgo
Villanueva Marble Works and Sculp-
ture, 921-923 Rizal Avenue
Yarza, N. C. (Taller d? Escultura y
Marmoleria), 190 A. Mabini

King Hiap Hing, 413 Nueva
La Ciudad de Tokio, 343 R. Hidalgo
Squires Bingham Co., 15 Plaza Goiti
TTy Srng .Tuat. 425 Nueva


64

COMMERCIAL HANDBOOK

MOULDING SHOPS

Ocampo, Pedro de, 1005 Azcarraga
Pardo, G., 624 Rizal Avenue
Vaciador Malaya, 748 Soler

Beltran, Benito, 1023 Azcarraga
Capuli, Esteban D., 074 Ylaya
Dalan, F., 1855 Azcarraga
Morales, R., 574 Juan Luna

MUCILAGE AND PASTE MANUFACTURERS
Legarda & Co., Domingo, Pureza Street Quisumbing Francisco, 1031 Taft Ave.
MUSICAL INSTRUMENT MANUFACTURERS

Ang Sinag, 735 Ongnin
Bundoc, Apolinario, 737 Ongpin
El Re Mayor, 845 Ongpin
El Sol Mayor, 548 Rizal Ave.

La Filipina,, 1104 San Fernando

MUSICAL INSTRUMENT REPAIRERS

La Luna, 532 Ongpin
Los Trabajadores, 405 Ongpin
Sto. Domingo, Agustina, 816 Ongpin
Vicente, Isabela, 309 Camba

Carriedo, Jose, 827 ODonnell
El Bombo, 1039 Azcarraga
El Sol Mayor, 548 Rizal Avenue
Geronimo, Roman, 1135 Oroquieta
Jacinto, Melecio A., 850 ODonnell
La Marina, 946 Ongpin
Martin, Petra, 514 M. Ocampo
Pinto, Jose, 282 G. Tuason

NICKEL PLATING SHOPS

Arts y Trabajo, 17 Katubusan, Sta.
Cruz

Black & White, 649 Echague, San
Miguel

El Bombo, 1024 Azcarraga

El Nickel, 59 Plaza del Carmen
El Oriente Nickel Plating, 709 Rizal

Aye.

Quiason, C., 338 Raon

Romanach, A., 232 Carriedo
Sanguer, A., 1512 Sande
Tuason, Jose, 955 R. Hidalgo
Tuason, Roman, 851 Rizal Avenue
Trinidad, M., 505 Misericordia
Villacorta, F., 444 Misericordia
Zomeras, 335 Sani Marcelino

El Sol Naciente, 860 Rizal Ave.
Frank and Company, Second Floor, 103

Escolta

La Economia, 1540 Azcarraga
Zamora, Luis, 314 R. Hidalgo
Zamora, Vd. e Hijos de Crispulo, 315 R.

Hidalgo

PAINT MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS

Davis & Company, P. M. 77 Escolta Suan, Simeon O., 324 Echague

Dy Buncio & Co., Inc., 191 M. de Bi- Ynchausti & Co., 845 M. de la Industria

nondo

PAINTING SHOPS

Andaya, Diego, 1109 Tennesses, Malate
Arana, G., 709 Azcarraga, Tondo
Capulong, M. N., 1506 Azcarraga, Sta.

Cruz

Dayto, R. M., 1025 Azcarraga, Tondo
Doneza, J. U., 927 Lepanto (Int. 7),

Sampaloc

Esteban Sculpture Works Co., 1109

Rizal, Sta. Cruz

Guzman, J. de, 341 Ronquillo, Sta. Cruz
Guzman, Pedro de, 420 Rizal, Sta. Cruz
Health Service Intelligence Bureau,

443 P. Gomez, Sta. Cruz
L. E. Santo, 432 P. Gomez, Sta. Cruz
Leon, I. de, 125-127 Hormiga Cor. 175

Rosario, Bdo.

Mar-Gon, 1928 Herran, Paco
Mahesas Painting and Sculpture, F. A.

289 Marquez de Comill as, Ermita
Mamuri & Morales Painting Shop, 1924

Herran, Paco

Manila Adevertising Company, 50(1
Juan Luna, Binondo

Ocampo, P. F., 1006 Remedios, Malate
Philippine Advertising Corporation,

284 Ayala Boulevard2 Ermita

Pinca, R. S. 1077 Arlegui, Quiapo
Polintan, C., 1834-D Azcarraga, Sta.

Cruz

Reynoso & Son, Emilio, Room 10, 20
Plaza Moraga, Binondo

Salvador, M., 118 T. Pinpin, Binondo
Standard Painter, The, 943 Bilibid

Viejo, Qiapo

Stewart Painting Co., Inc., C. P., Na-
tional City Bank Bldg., Binondo

Taller de Pintura y Escultura de Mar-
ciano Tolentino, 854 Rizal Ave., Sta.
Cruz

Tantengco, Alejandro, 437 Fajardo,
Tondo


PHILIPPINE CARNIVAL ASSOCIATION 85

PHOTOGRAPHERS

Armor Studio, 4 Soler Cor. Azcarraga,
rondo

Arellano, Art Studio, 16 Escolta, Bi-
nondo

Bayot & Bros., 15 David, Binondo
Bayot Studio, M. H. del Pilar, Ermita
Beauty Studio, 555 Nueva, Binondo
Bernabe Studio, 1868 Azcarraga, Sta.

Cruz

Boreal Studio, 473-477 Juari Luna,

Binondo

Camera Supply Co., 18 T. Pinpin Bi-
nondo

Celia Studio, 934 Azcarraga, Binondo
Central Studio 339-341 Dasmarinas,

Binondo

Collantes Studio, 304 Carriedo, Sta.

Cruz

De Jesus Gutierrez Art Shop, 14 Do-
roteo Jose Sta. Cruz

Dreamland Studio, 815 Rizal, Sta. Cruz
Estrella Studio, 466 Nueva, Binondo
Everlasting Portrait Studio, 100 Paseo

de Moriones, Tondo
Favorita Studio, 926 Ylaya, Tondo
Filipino Studio, Cor., Legarda and

Gastambide, Sampaloc
Fotografia Valdezco, 894 Rizal, Sta.

Cruz

Guzman, J. V. de, 1073 Dart Paco
Juan de la Cruz Studio, 1735 Azcarra-

ga, Sta. Cruz

Ledesma Studio, 2041 Herran, Paco
Luz Studio, 721 Ylaya, Tondo
Luzon Studio, 1802 Herran, Paco
Manila Moderna Fotografia, 1837 Az-

carraga, Sta. Cruz

Marcelino, R., 477 Juan Luna, Binondo
Marquez Studio, 921 Ylaya, Tondo
Mercado, Ismael D., 11 San Perfecto,

San Juan del Monte

Miranda Studio, 256 A. Mabini, Calo-
oec-vi, Rizal

Moonlight Studio, 317 Juani Luna,
Binondo

National Studio, 1639 (int.) Sande,
Navarro & Navarro Photo Service, 515

A. Mabini, Ermita

New Ideal Studio, 617 R. Hidalgo,
Quiapo

Nievera, E. A., 20 Plaza Moraga <&
313 San Vicente

Nueva Studio, 605 Nueva, Bino.ndo
Oriental Studio, 327 J. Luna, Binondo
Ovejas, Angel, 1832 Azcarraga, Sta.

Cruz

Palace Studio, 189 Real, Intramuros
Peralta Hollywood Studio, 408-409 Ma-

sonic Temple, Binondo
Philippine Photo Service, 968 Juan

Luna, Tondo

Real Studio, The, 108 Bustillos, Sam-
paloc

Rialto Studio, 456 Dasmarinas, Bino^do
Reyes, Joaquin, 34 Germinal, Sta. Cruz
San Jua.nJ Studio, 11 San Perfecto, San

Juan del Monte

Santos Studio, 92 San Rafael, Quiapo
Snap Shot Studio, 1043-A Dart Paco
Souvenir Studio, 1830 Herran, Paco
Souvenir Studio and Commercial Pho

tographer, 1830 Herran, Paco
Sun Studio, 242 Rosario & 665 Dasma-

rinas, Binondo

Super X Studio, 914 Ylaya, Tondo
Tinsay Art Studio, La Defensa Bldg.,
Trir^'gulo Studio, 749 Rizal Ave., Sta.

Cruz

Venus Studio, 162 Escolta, Binondo
Victoria Studio. 657 Dart, Paco
Vito Cruz Studio, 184 Libertad, Pa say,

Rizal

PICTURE FRAME SHOPS

Chicago Portrait Co., 931 R. Hidalgo
Chua Chong Tam, 308 Nueva
Chua Long, 305 Candara
Chua Yap, 718 Rizal Avenue
Chua Yap, 421 Sto. Cristo
FI Arte, 1049 Azcarraga
Denniston, Inc., Heacock Bldg., Binondo
El Arte Moderno, 1018 Azcarraga

King So, 413 Nueva

La Soledad, 1120 Azcarraga
Liong & Co., 300 Nueva
Ng Chit, 423 Nueva
Philippine Education Co., Escolta
Squires Bingham Co., Plaza Goiti
Uy Ky, 429 Santo Cristo
Yap Yek, 419 Santo Cristo

PLUMBERS

Blossom & Co., 4 Samsinco near Otis,
Paco

Brimson, H. E 813 Soler, Sta. Cruz
Casupanan Brothers, 112 Rizal Ave.,

Sta. Cruz

Dahlke & Co., A. H., P. Casal, San
Miguel

El Progreso, 3 Paraiso, San Juan

Estella, Juan, 1039 P. Paredes, Samp.
Garcia, C. R., 2163 Oroquieta, Sta. Cruz
Geronimo, Francisco, 2306 Rizal, Sta.

Cruz

Guazon, Ed., 908 Ongpin, Sta. Cruz
Jones, J. W., 312 Misericordia, Sta.

Cruz

La Higiene, 54 Orozco, Sta. Cruz


6

COMMERCIAL HANDBOOK

Lazaro, Gregorio, 245 Moriones, Tondo
Musser, Henry, 662 Rizal Ave., Sta.

Cruz

National Sanitary Service Co., 717
Misericordia, Sta. Cruz

O^g Tong Co., 830-832 Jaboneros, San
Nicolas

Reyes, Geronimo de los, 11 Plaza Cer-
vantes. Binondo

Reyes, Teodoro de los, 11 Plaza Cer-
vantes, Binondo

Reves, Raymundo A., 1532 Juan Luna,
Tondo

PRINTERS AND

Agustin & Sons, J. S., 189 Concepcion
Ba.^aag Press, 723 Calero
Beinipayo rress and Photo Engrav-

ing, X(>1 R0& Senior

Bigan Press and Bookbindery, 823
leodora Alonso

Carmelo & Bauermann, Inc., 2057 Az-
carraga

Carrasco Press Co., 441 Legarda
Corcuera Press, 1410 Rizal Avenue
Cosmos Printing Co., 309 Bustos
Dia Filipino Press, 1092 R. Hidalgo
Dungka Printing Press, 1728 Azca-

rraga

Economic Press. 205 Regidor

El Progreso, Inc., 670 Dasmarinas

El Retono, 95 San Rafael

Evangel Press, The, San Fdo., La

Union

Fajardo, Juan, 530 Raon

Filinino Printing Press, 1129 Ave.
Rizal 1 :

Frank & Company, 101-103 Escolta
Fraternidad, 461 Juan Luna
General Printing Press, 425 Florentino

Torres

Germania (Cacho Hermanos), 672
Legarda

Gutenberg Printing Press, 611 Asuncion
Hua Siong Press. 460-464 Juan Luna
Ilagan & Sanga Press, 351 Juan Luna
Imprenta Bagong Silang, 820 Singa-

long

Imprest a Claudio Nera, 212 Anda
Imprenta Guzman, 422 Rizal Avenue
Imprenta Manila, 735 Calero
Imprenta Mercavilla, 970 Vito Cruz

(Int.), Singalong (near Railroad
Station)

Imprenta Modernista. 410 Ron.auillo
Imprenta Sevilla, Singalong, (near

Railroad Stations)

Kriedt Printing Co., 550 Evangelista
Cor. Raon

La Pilarica, 421 Florentino Torres
Legaspi Bookbinding, The, 1697 Gral.

Luna

Liongsin Press, 2006 Azcarraga

Riveras Plumbing Service, 30 Arque-
ros, Tondo

Santos, Pedro F., 216 Mendoza (int.),

Quiapo

Taller de Reparation de Ignacio Javier,

1016 Rizal Ave., Sta. Cruz
Tic.pgson, Regino, 1218 Misericordia,

Sta. Cruz

Trinidad, Pio, 432 Evangelista, Quiapo
United Plumbing Company, Inc., 666-

676 Juan Luna, San Nicolas

BOOKBINDERS

Loyal Press, 918 Magdalena

Luzon Press, I^c., d29-831 San Fer-
nando

Malayan Press, 847 ODonnell
Man Ho Po, 568 Misericordia
Magsimpan, 617 Sto. Cristo
Manila Grafica, Inc., 59 Plaza Cervan-

tes

Manila Press (Gan Bonyaw Ltd.), 438-

440 Nueva

Martinez, J., Libreria e Imprenta de,

108 Plaza Calderon & 253 Cabildo
McCullough Printthg Co., Inc., 101-103

Escolta

Methodist Publishing House, 442 Rizal

Avenue '

Mission Press, 444 Taft Avenue
Morales, I. R., 304-310 Plaza Miranda
National Printing, 1739 Azcarraga
Oriental Printing, 610 Rizal Avenue
Philippine Education Co., Inc., 101-103

Escolta

Pobres Press, 267 Solana

Republic Press, The, 1869 Azcarraga
Rivera Brothers, Inc., 422 Raon
Rizal Printing Company, 1000 Rizal

Avenue

Sa.n1 Juan Press, 78-80 Anda
Santos v Bernal, 320 P. Camna
Santos Printing Press, 1049 Misericor-

dia

Sayo. P. Soriano Vda., 225 Rosario
Service Press, 1202 Oregon
Sue-ar News Press Inc., The, Sugar

News Bldg., 671 Dasmarinas
Tai Shing, 518 Dasmarihas
Tan Yuson Press, 602 Alvarado
Tenmatay Press, 210 M. Eamshaw
Tong Cheong Son Co., Cu Unjieng Bldg.
Tong Hing Press, 413 Florentino Tor-

res

Tong Nam Press, 223 Espeleta
Universal Press Inc., 639 Ongpin
University fhe Philippines Press,

405 P. Faura

Velascos Press, 621 Legarda

Vera & Sons Co., P., 134-136 Solana

Ylaya Press, 709 Ylaya |?


PHILIPPINE CARNIVAL ASSOCIATION 67

RICE MILLS

Bayambang Bice Mill, 813 ODonnell
Chcrg Linco Siong Lam & Co., 1001

Dagupan

Cing Kiatao Bros. Co., 907 Marcelino
de Santos

Chua Kay & Co., M., 267 Juan Luna
Cotoco, Gonzalo H., 194 Juan Luna &

937 Dagupan

Kwong Ah Phoy & Co., inc., 404 Sto.
Cristo

Li Seng Giap & Co., 179 M. de Binondo

ROPE MANUFACTURERS

Feliciano & Sisters, Ju?n, 118 Dasma-
rinas

General Manufacturing Co., 903 Int.
Dagupan

RUBBER STAMP MANUFACTURERS

Frank & Co., 101 Escolta
Lim Lian Mio, 462 Nueva

Manila Bice Mill Corporation, 817
Dagupan

Philippine Engineering Company, Inc.,
936 Baon

San Jose Bice Mill, Inc., 253 Juan Luna
Sempio, Damaso M., 1645-1647 Azca-

rraga

Siy Ceng Bieng & Co., Inc., 123 Juan
Luna

Sy Kiap & Co., 731 Sto. Cristo
Tecson Bice Mill, 911 Dagupani

Johnson-Pickett Rope Company, 135
San Nicolas

Manila Cordage Factory, Cristobal
Ynchausti & Co., Manila Pilot Bldg.

Philippine Education Co., Inc., 101 Es-
colta

SACK DEALERS

Gan Chi Seng, 408 Ylang-ylang
Gan Lian P., 317 Ylang-ylang
Gan Tan, 370 Ylang-ylang
Gan Tang Ngan Siu, 850 Jaboneros
Lim Ki Choa & Co., 704 Ylaya

Sy Ding Tay, 926 Jaboneros

Tan Liong, 324 Asuncion

Valera, Francisco (Gan Lian Po & Co.,

321 Ylang-ylang

SAILMAKERS

Duque, P., 432 Baon National Sailmaker, 448 Misericordia

Les Sailmaker, 447 Misericordia Trinidad, Marcelino, 510 Barcelona

Manila Sails Factory, 1845 Azcarraga

SAUSAGE FACTORIES

Manila Ham Factory Company, Inc., Santos, Marcelino de los, 741 Teodora
11 Orozco Alonso

SAW MILLS

Anakan Lumber Co., 206 Madrid
Choy & Co., S. C., 627 Juan Luna
Dee Tian & Co., 1518 Azcarraga
Filipinas Lumber Company, Inc., 123

Juan Luna

Findlay Millar Lumber Co., 4th Flooi,
Chaco Bldg, and 1000 Cordeleria,
Sta. Mesa

Gotamco Hermanos, Vicente, 430 Tan-
duay, 513 T. Alonso & 297-299 F. B.
Harrison, Pasay

Go-Tauco & Company, 214 Soler
Hercules Lumber Co., Inc., 107 Gunao

and 814 Globo de Oro
insular Lumber Company, P. V. O.

Bldg., Pureza

Insular Saw Mill, Inc., 330-340 Cano-
nigo

SHELL MANUFACTURERS AND EXPORTERS

Manila Button Factory, 23 Beata

Kuy Lim Kaw & Co., 816-824 Juan
Luna

Mindanao Lumber Co., Inc., 660 Alva-
rado

Oriental Saw Mill, 313 Tanduay
Philippine Engineering Company Inc,,

936 Baon

Philippine Lumber Exportation Co.,
Ltd., Luis Perez Samanillo Bldg.

Port Lamon Lumber Co., 404-410 Chaco
Bldg.

Bizal Saw Mill, 20 Soler

Tableria de Go Poco, 758-768 Juan
Luna

Tan C. Tee & Co., 744-748 Kcnagues
Tan C. Tee & Co., 744-748 Echague
Zambales Lumber Co., 934-952 Juan

Luna

AND EXPORTERS

Philippine Shell-Craft Co., 478 A. Ma-
bini


68

COMMERCIAL HANDBOOK

SHIRT MANUFACTURERS

Audlaz Shirt Factory, The, 827 Mag-
dalena

Beauty Shirt Factory, 713 Jaboneros
Center de Luxe, Inc., 80-82 Escolta
Cho Ah Chin, 631 Ongpin
Cu Un Jieng & Co., Ltd., 60-64 Rosario
Chua Lit Sun Sing, 308 Gandara
Dealers Co-Operative, 515-517 Dart
Dy Liong, 740 Zacateros
El Centro de Modas, 114 Escolta
Liberty Shirt Factory, 716 Yyala
Magat Shirt Factory and Tailoring,

241 Santa Mesa

Manila Shirt Factory and Dry Goods
Store, 44 Escolta

Noguchi, K., 55 Gardena

Patria Shirt Factory. 518 Ave Rizal
P. I. Shirt Factory, 609 Ongpin

Philippine Shirt Factory, Inc., 311 Lu-
na Pasay, Rizal

Phoenix Shirt Factory, 90 Rosario

Third Floor)

Ralston Shirt Factory, 330 P. Gomez
Rex Shirt Factory, 335 Regidor
Rialto Shirt Factory Co., 407 Salazar

(Upstairs)

Sampaguita Shirt Factory, 327 Madrid
Strong Shirt Factory, 648 Magdaiena
Sun Shirt Factory, 15 San Gabriel
Syyap Tailoring Co., Inc., Crystal

Arcade Bldg.

Syyap & Co., 21 Escolta
Tan Lam Tin & Co., 451 Nueva
Tomcnaga Shirt Factory, 230 Legarda
Toyo Shirt Factory, 1044 Azcarraga
Wy Shirt Factory, 923 San Fernando

SHOE MANUFACTURERS

"Ang Balita, 1710-1712 Herran
Ang Batis, 1920 Juan Lusa
Ang Sanya, 30b Jtuzai avenue
Ang Tibay, 710-714 Ylaya
"Araw Na, 1511 Sande, Tondo
Art Shoe Co., The, 1007 Rizal Avenue
"Attin Shoes Store, 219-221 Gandara
Bageng Sikat, 405 San Nicolas
Biak na Bato, 90 San Anton
Binondo Shoe Store (Tiu Seng & Tan

Kiang), 206-209 Gandara
Caseys Shoe, Store, 307 M. H. del Pilar
Center Shoe Factory, 158 Rosario (Int.)
Chineleria Ang Tunay, 627 Sta. Mesa
Chineleria de M. Reyes, 960-B Magda-

lena

Chineleria y Zapateria de E. Mendieta,

343 San Lazaro

Dimalanta Shoe and Slipper, 84 F. B.

Harrison, Pasay, Rizal
El Arte, 618 R. Hidalgo
Gutierrez, Tecla, 1254-1256 Franco
Hale Shoe Company, Inc., Esco Bldg.,

Calle Canonigo

Harting, George, 1679-1683 Gen. Luna
Hasik ng Mahirap, 315 Legarda
Hike Shoe, Factory, 286 San Marcelino
Hike Shoe Palace. The; ]40 Escolta
Hilario, Pacific, 1438 Sande
Independent Shoe Shop, The, 112414

Echague

Kabalitaan, 162 Labores

La Belleza, 643 Tanduay

La Bota de Oro, 490 Juan Luna

La Economia, 103 Nebraska

"La Esperanza de 96, 610-612 Evan-

gelista

La Juventud Marikenna, 329 Madrid
"Liberty, 128 Sta. Potenciana
Lolita Infant Shoes, 834 O^pin
Magallanes Shoemaker, 127 Magallanes

Magdiwang, 418 M. H. del Pilar
Makabayan Shoemaker, 93 Victoria
Montoya Footwear Co., 321 Bustos
Mutya Sa Kisig, 556 M. H. del Pilar
National Shoe and Slipper Supply Co.,

Inc., 1036-1038 Rizal Avenue
Peoples Shoe Co., 311 Soler
Philippine Star Shoe Store, 506 Rizal

Avenue

Pineda, U., 702 Evangelista

Plaza Shoe Store, 32 Plaza Moraga

Preserver Shoe Co., Inc., The, 133 Ma-

gallanes

Rosenthal, inc., J. Rosenthal Bldg.,

Penafrancia and Canonigo
"Samson Shoe Manufacturing and

Supply Co., 231-233 Gandara
San Juan Shoemaker, 43 N. Domingo,
San Juan

Santiagos Shoe Store, 97 San Rafael
Santos Shoe Store, M., 716 R. Hidalgo
Taliba Zapateria, 313 Madrid
Tan Kah Kee & Co., 118-122 Rosario

and 200-204 Gandara
Tuazon, E. T., 1685-1687-1689 Grai.

Luna

United States Shoe Co., 286 San Mar-
celino

Universal Shoe Co., 221 Gandara
Williams Shoe Store, 238-240 Gandara
Yabut, H., 412 La Torre

Zapateria de E. de los Santos, 357-359

Madrid

Zapateria de Emigdio Dizon, 1315 Az-
carraga

Zapateria del Oriente, 1036-1038 Rizal

Avenue

Zapateria El Radiante, 144 Magallanes


PHILIPPINE CARNIVAL ASSOCIATION___69

SLIPPER MANUFACTURERS

Ang Balita,,, 1710 Herran
Ang Batikan, 1007 Trabajo
Ang Batis, 1902 Juan Luna
Ang bayani, 1132 Rizal Ave.

Ang Buntala, 1179 Magdalena
Ang Buti, 528 Antipolo
Ang Cometa, 1053 Soler
Ang Hasik ng Bisig, 1623 Herran
Ang Kalasag Sinelasan, 1650 Oro

quieta

Ang Kisig, 2261 Rizal Ave.

Ang Ligaya, 1307 Azcarraga

Ang Liwanag Chineleria, 2125 Rizal

Avenue

Ang Mithi, 110 Bustillos

Ang Mutya, 731 Elcano

Ang Nais, 134 Castanos

Ang Sadya, 1308 Rizal Ave.

Ang Sibul, 1059 M. Earnshaw
Ang Subukin Chinelasan, 1000 Folgue-

ras

A.ng Tagal, 1254 Franco

Ang Tibay, 710 Ylaya

Ang Tiyaga, 112 Bustillos

Araw Na 1511Sande

Bagong Sikat, 405 Sande

Balintawak Chineleria, 501 Lavezares
Batong Buhay, 2249 Rizal
Chineleria Ang Tunay, 627 Sta. Mesa
Chineleria CcrJstancia, 1869 Juan

Luna

Chineleria Dalisay, 533 Asuncion
Chineleria de Buenavista, 489 Luna

Pas ay

Chineleria de Dominga Bonifacio, 338
Asuncion

Chieneleria de E. Espiritu, 758 Echa-
gue

Chineleria de Felipe Roman, 1346 Juatr
Luna

Chineleria de Honorato de Angel, 527
Velasquez

Chnneleria de M. Reyes, 960-B Magda-
lena

Chineleria de Ong Chay, 239-B Ongpi.ni
Chineleria de Prisca Pascual Vda. de

Santos, 1333 Sande

Chineleria de Sergio de Guzman, 470-
472 Nueva

Chineleria Isagani, 287 Marquez de
Comillas

Chineleria Kasarinlan, 749_a Dart
Chineleria Kasiyahan, 795 Tabora

SOAP MANUFACTURERS

Cheng Hing & Co., 370 Sto. Cristo
Chua Hong. 521 M. de Binondo
Chua Lim & Co., 607 Sto. Cristo
Chua Yia, 809 San Fernando
Chua Yan Co Pengco, 1012 Comercio
Co Gin Seng, 887 Dart
Co Pak & Co., 426 Sto. Cristo

Chineleria Katagalugan, 1472 Herran
Chkieleria La Estrella de Luzon, 797

Tabora

Chineleria Lux, 1626 Rizal Avenue
Chineleria Mabini, 284 A. Mabini,

Caloocan, Rizal

Chineleria Royal, 320-322 Herbosa
Chineleria Simpatika, 283 Marquez de

Comillas

Chiineleria y Zapateria de E. Mendieta,

342 San Lazaro

Dimalanta Shoe and Slipper, 84 F. B.

Harrison, Pasay
Domingo, David, 919 Ylaya
Espiritu, Martin, 611 Clavel
Garcia, Gregorio, 319 Sa^i Marcelino
Globe Slipper Factory, The, 925 San

Fernando

Gutierrez, Tecla, 1254 Franco
Hasik ng Mahirap. 315 Legarda
Hilario, Pacifico, 1438 Sande
Kabalitaan, 162 Labores, Pandacan
La Bota de Oro. 490 .Tuan Luna
I a Bulakena, 353 Madrid
La Esperanza del 96, 610 Evange-

lista

La Floridena, 734 Sanchez

La Gara.^tia Chineleria, Hijos de Bau-
tista, 1815-A Felix Huertas

La Modernista, 1802 Herran

La Nueva Era. 413 S:villa

la Pureza Chineleria, 541 Evangelista

La Simnatica. 227 Ognin

Liberty, 128 Sta. Potenciana

Liwayway, 1256 Juan T una

Luzon, Visayan, Mindanao, 111b

Sin'along

Mapdiwang. 418 M. H. del Pilar
Muling Sisile.n'g, 618 Azcarraga
Mutya Sa Kisig, 556 M. H. del Pilar
National Shoe & Slipper Supply Co.,

Inc., 1036 Rizal Ave.

Nepomuceno, M., 159 Magallanes
Ong Kim, 231 Ongpin
Palomo, Gaudencio, 710 T. Alonso
Paraluman Chineleria, 1801 Juan

Luna

Sipag at Tiyaga, 1232 Juan Luan
Subukin ang Yari, 164 Solatia
Tatlong Bituin, 1323 Rizal Ave.

Uy Chuan Yek, 330 Sto. Cristo
Yabut, H., 980 Rivera

Co Pian Soap Factory, 370 Sto. Cristo
Co Sui, 740 Sto. Cristo
Colgate-Palmolive-Peet Co., 58 Dasma-

rinas

Fabrica de Jabc.nj, Yao Chuan
364 Echague

Fojas Soap Factory, 1911 Juan Luna

Hing,


70 COMMEBCIAL HANDBOOK

Gan Tay Heng, 943 Jaboneros
Go Co Co., Angel Luna, 510 Echague
Guan Cuan, 740 Sto. Cristo
Guan Juat Soap Manufacturing Co.,

911 Jaboneros

Hutchison Chemical Works, Inc., Hugh,
F., 2542 Lico

Legarda, Domingo & Co., Inc., Pureza

TAILORS

A Laun, 80 Gral. Luna

Abellas Tailoring, 645 Echague
Ah Whan, Real Cor. Gral. Luna
Ah Lee, 100 Real

Alcaraz, F., 1508 Rizal Avenue

Alonso H., 105 Escolta

Alvaran, Isayas, 606 Azcarraga

Alvarez, T., 332 Requesens

Alvizs Tailoring, 1117 Rizal Avenue

Amor Moderno, 453 Legarda

Ang Bagong Aklat ng Mananahi (The

New Tailors Book), 114 San Marce-
lino

Ang Watawat, 1802 Herran
Aquino, Alejandro, 430 Herran
Arcilla Brothers, 637 M. H. del Pilar
Arrie.Lda, Jose, 114 San Marceilno
Asban, Victoriano, 715 Dart, Paco
Atienza, Cristobal, 544 Rizal Avenue.
Austria, P., 247 Carriedo
Bancud, Anacleto C., Corner Anak

Bayan and Calle Dart
Bernabes Tailoring, 720 R. Hidalgo
Bernardos Tailoring, 721-723 Cor. Ja-

boneros & Asuncion
Brias Roxas, Inc., 121-123 Escolta
Briones Teodoro, 820 Ylaya
Buan, Jose, 1225 Juan Luna
Buenaguas Fashion, 20 Plaza Moraga
Buenaventura, H., 465 Juan Luna
California Tailors, 532 Rizal
Castillo, F. del, A. D. C., 235 l>garda
Castros Fashion, Room 1, 12 Escolta
Center de Luxe, Inc., 80-82 Escolta
Collegian Tailoring, 173 Florida
Collepuans Fashion, 347 Raon
1921 Tailoring, The, 1^24 nprmn
Congressional Fashion, The, 326 Bustos
Cruz, Apolinario de la, 1108 Rizal Ave-

nue

Cruz Tailorin0. S^veno, 550 Asuncion
Dakanay, M. 438 Rizal Avenue
Delta Laundry and Tailoring, The,

1403-1405 Rizal Avenue
Dino, Juan P., 1213 Juan Luna
Dios Tailoring, Cesareo de, 292 Cabildo
Dungan, Antonio, Cor. Escolta and

N ue^a

Duques Store and Tailoring Sop, 1003

Rizal, Sta. Cruz
Durans Inc., 89 Real

Sampaloc

Lever Bros., c/o Smith Bell & Co.
Ihilippine Manufacture^ Co., 244

David

Sin Hiap Yek & Co., 330 Nueva
Siy Bun Yu, 313 Asuncion
Tan Kah Kee & Co., 118 Rosario
Zuellig, F. E., Inc 90 Rosorio

El Cesero de Lujo, 1029 Azcarraga
El Centro cle Mouas, 41-43 ibseoLa
El Corte de Modas, 378 R. Hidalgo
El Progreso, 1309 Juan Luna
El 1915, 260 Concepcion
El Senado, 1005 Azcarraga
Espinosa, Jose, 141 Pavia
Espiritu, Martin, 611 Clavel
Fashion Service, 521 Legarda
Fashionable and Madlang-Awa Tailor-

ing, The, 553-559 Azcarraga
Fong, A., 120-122 Real
Gallardo, Jose, 484 Juan Luna
Gatchalian, N. L., 1727-1729 Herran
Guerrero & Dagnalani Fashion, 652

Rizal

Grajos Tailoring, G. H., 654 Rizal

Avenue

Guia, Venancio de, 1247 Juan Luna
Habana, I., 630 Evangelista
Hollywood Fashion, The, 1050 R. Hi-

dalgo

Index Tailoring, The, 729 R. Hidalgo
Jimenez, Martin, 724 R. Hidalgo
Jose, Prudencio, 1416 Rizal Avenue
Kam Wah Yuen, 229 T. Pinpiri
Ko Wan Suy, 711 Ongpin
Kwong On Ho, 808 San Fernando
La Filipina, 512 Jaboneros
La Libertad Ponular, 413 Madrid
La Luzonica, 1824 Rizal Avenue
La Parisien, 614 Rizal Avenue
La Prenda, 1426 Rizal Avenue
Latest National Fashion, 341 Madrid
Leon, Damaso de, 92 San Marcelino
Leon, Manuel de, 420-424 Juan Luna
Liera, Tomas, 813 San Nicolas
Liwanag, Fashion, The, 606 Rizal Ave.
Liwanag, Jacinto, 1745 Azcarrga
Lopez Tailoring, The, 76 Escolta
Madrid Manila Fashion, 420 Madrid
Mrr.alo, Alfonso, 312, Rizal Avenue,

Room 3

Manila Shirt Factory and Dry Goods

Store, 44 Escolta

Manlapaz Tailoring, S., Room 1, 64 Es-
colta (Upstairs)

Modern Fashion. 226 Concepcion
Mojicas Fashion, The, 584 G. Tuason


PHILIPPINE CARNIVAL ASSOCIATION 71

Mutya sa Kisig, 1358 Herran
Naldas Tailoring, E., 325 R. Hidalgo
Narciso S. R., 1093 R. Hidalgo
National Fashion, The, 342 Ronquillo
New Fashion, The 256 Gral Luna
New Good Fit, 835 Rizal Avenue
New Ideal Fashion, The, 204 Cabildo
Newest Fall Models, The, 1094 Juan

Luna , t

Ning & Co., W., 88-90 Real
Oriental Fashion, 182 Real
Pastor Tailoring, 1235 Azcarraga
Perez Yap, Mariano, 812-814 Clavel
Philippine Pantaloon Mfg. Co., 334-336

Legarda

Philippine Tailoring, 962 Ongpin
Pili, Juan, 320 Luis Peirez Samanillo

Bidg.

Pinedas Fashion, 1107 Rizal Avenue
Pinedas Tailoring, 1103 Rizal Avenue
Progessive Tailoring, The, 310 Carriedo
Progressive Tailoring, The, 1345 Rizal

Avenue

Real Fashion, The, 309 Rizal Ave.nue
Real Fashion, The, 73 M. H. del Pilar
Reyes, Domingo, 1053 Rizal Avenue
Reyes, Gregorio, Room 7, 16 Escolta
Romulos Tailoring, 876 Rizal Avenue
Rosario. Jorge del, 840 Rizal Avenue
Royal Tailors, The, 525 Echague

Salvadors Dry Cleaning and Tailoring,
1451 Rizal Avenue

Salvador, A., 1419 Rizal Avenue
Santos, E., 1006 Rizal Avenue
Sarmientos Tailor Shop, F., 1137 Rizal

Avenue

Sastreria de J. Cellano, 2248 Rizal
Siccion, Agapito, 1322 Rizal Avenue
Smart, The, 824 Rizal Avenue
Sport Models Tailoring Co., 1112 Juan

Luna

Sucesores de Soler, 112 Escolta
Syyap Tailoring Co., Inc., Crystal

Arcade Bldg., .

Tabaranzas Tailoring, P. C., 1447
Rizal Avenue

Tan, Castor, B., 100 Magallanes
The Modern Tailoring, 2318 Rizal Ave,
Umali, Benedicto, 1234 Rizal Avenue
Valentin, Manuel, 244 Plaza Sta. Cruz
Vicente & Co., R., 411 R. Hidalgo
Villegas, Juan, 325 Bustos
Virina & Co., Room 6-B, 20 P. Moraga
Vitalianos Tailoring, 406 Madrid
Well Fit Fashion Tailoring, 209 Martin

Ocampo

Yaptangcos Tailoring, 389 Rizal Ave.
Yabot, Gavino M., 313 Isabel
Young Generation, 122 Bustillos
Zalduas Fashion, 210 Arias Bldg.,

Carriedo

Zuluetas Fashion, 1340 Sande

TANNERIES

Adi^a, Elias, 524 Nueva

La Moderna Filipina, 904 Juan Luna
Hermoso, M. y Hnos. 250 Ongpin Manila
Or:g Chun & Tan Kiah, 548 T. Pinpin
Philippine Tannery Co., 431 Miseri-

es rdia

Reptile Store (Tanners), 200 Alham-
bra

To Tian, 545 Nueva

TINSMITHS

Ang Gan, 1017 Lavezares

Ang Liat, 415 Santo Cristo

Catindig, Ca^dido, 2203 Juan Luna
Celis, Doroteo, 738 Misericordia
Choa, Say, 640 Teodora Alonso
Chua Co Co, 224 Santo Cristo
Chua Yi Tan, 343 Dasmarinas
Chua Tiat To & Co., 373 M. de Binondo
Co Khian, 431 Santo Cristo
Co Kiong, 367 Santo Cristo
Co Lay, 543 Santo Cristo
Co Si, 200 Tetuan

Go Cho, Vicente, 519 Elcano
Elvena, Cipriano, 141 P. Gomez

Gan Kin, 950 Jaboneros
El Arte, 2002 HerrarJ
Go Soc, 618 Rizal Avenue
Hinkle & Co., John, 126 Gunao
Hoc Lee, 355 Santo Cristo
Hojalaterla Tondena, 1455 Sande
Izon, Gregorio, 1832 Herran
Jo Kao, 765 Tabora
Le Ling, 375 Echague
Leh Lin Ngui, 379 Echague
Lim Boc, 361 Santo Cristo
Los Artistas, 827 Ylaya
Man Hong & Co., 367 Echague
Mariano, Isidoro, 1914 Herran


72

COMMERCIAL HANDBOOK

Mendoza, F., 417- P. Gomez
Nan SirifiT. 101 K T/av^zflrps
Ng Kan, 507 Santo Cristo
Ngo Cho Chin, 419 T. Pinpin
Ong Pua, 1202 Rizal Avenue
Pacific Commercial Co., Muelle de la

Industria

Pangilinan, G., 902 Ongpin

Pua Chin Loc, 411 Santo Cristo
Santiago Tinsmith, 520 R. Hidalgo
Simplicio, H., 1903 Juan Lrria
Sipag at Tiyaga, 280 Santa Maria

So Bio, 443 Santo Cristo

Tan Hut, 761 Tabora

Tan Son, 309 Nueva

Tan Tan, 357 Echague

Tan Yao Hong, 371 Santo Cristo

Trinidad, Pio, 432 Evangelista

Uy Guan Seng, 1013 San Nicolas

Uy Ky, 429 Santo Cristo

Uy Po, 304 Ongpiri

Yap Yek, 419 Santo Cristo

Yu Ma Huan, 377 Echague

TELEGRAPH AND CABLE COMPANIES
Co., El

Commercial Pacific Cable
Hogar Filipino Bldg.

Eastern Extension Australasia and
China Telegraph Co., Ltd., The, El

TOCUA FACTORIES

Sy Keng, 407 Teodora Alonso Sy Sec, 631 Azcarraga

Hogar Filipino Bldg.

Radio Corporation of the Philippines,

Insular Life Bldg.

TOYO SAUGE FACTORIES

Chan Ching, 514 Juari Luna
Chua Ching, 1106 Santa Elena
Co Pao, 322 Nueva
Hi Caiji & Co., 1621 Azcarraga
Kwong Kian Chan, 1028 Lavezares
Kwong Me Chan, 440 T. Pinpin
Kwong Lee Chan, 1601 Azcarraga

TRUNK

Ang Chin & Co., 515 Caballeros
Ang Tico & Co., 848 San Fernando
Chin Tico Hoan, 916 San Fernando
El Refugio, 1141 Dapitan
Ngo Ku, 930 San Fernando
Ong Goy, 550 Sna Fernando

TURNERIES

Ariston, Toribio, 820 San Nicolas Valdez, Florentino, 732 Juan Luna

Lim Quin, 637 Teodora Alonso

UMBRELLA MANUFACTURERS

Chua Luan & Co., Inc., 310 Sto Cristo
Ho To & Co., 311 Dasmarinas
Jao Tiao Co., 222 Carvajal
New Era, The, 7 Renta

Kwong Tin Mao Chari Hong So, 441 T.
Pinpin

King Shing Yueng, 727 F. Torres
Leong Feng Sang, 240 T. Pinpin
Seng Kee & Co., 622 Nueva
Tan Ching, 419 Elcano
Wong Sing, 440 Teodora Aloriso

FACTORIES

Pickett Harness Co., 308 Misericordia

Riu Hermanos, 151 Escolta

Siy Ong & Chan Gong, 912 San Fer-

nando

Tan Kim Tong, 923 San Fernando
Tcrig San, 842 San Fernando

Seng Kee & Co., 622 Nueva

Sing Hwa Co., (Laureana S. de Cap),

372 T. Pinpin

VINEGAR PRODUCERS

Kwong Me Chan, 440 T. Piripin Kwong Shing Yuen, 727 F. Torres

WALKING-STICK MANUFACTURERS

Esteban, Dalmacio, 1139 A. Rivera Sombillo, Mariano, 1146 A. Rivera
Jesus, Matias de, 1202 Antonio Rivera

WEIGHT AND MEASURE MANUFACTURERS

Catis de Garcia, Maria, 1 Pereira Chua Sin, 738 Soler
Choa Tit, 214 Soler Sy Ting, Mariano, 387 Juan Luna

WHIP MAKERS

Alba, Isabela, Tayumari


PHILIPPINE CAENIVAL ASSOCIATION 73

WINDOW SASH AND DOOR MANUFACTURERS

Pineda Bros., 2255 (Int.) Juan Luna
Rizal Sash & Screen Factory, 625
Echague

Sun Sing, 740 Ongpin

Tay Jay & Co., 730 Echague

Tan C. Tee & Co., 744 Echague

Enriquez, Roberto, 340 Trabajo
Findlay Miller Timber Co., 18 Soler
Gotamco Hermanos, Vicente, 436 Tan-
duay

Go Tauco & Co., 214 Soler
Norton & Harrison, Kneedler Bldg.

WOODEN CONTAINER MAKERS
Su Bao, 303 Elcano T?^ Cuy, 915 Jaboneros

YLANG-YLANG OIL MANUFACTURERS
Manila Ylang-Ylang Distillery, Ltd., 1015 Juan Luna
FOREIGN COINS AND THEIR EQUIVALENTS IN PHILIPPINE
CURRENCY

Value in

Country Legal Standard Monetary Units P. I. Cur'cy.

Argentine Republic .... Gold ........Peso ..................... P1.9296

Austria ............... Gold ........Schiling .....................2814

Belgium ............... Gold ........Belga ........................2780

Bolivia ............... Gold ........Boliviano ................. .7300

Brazil ................ Gold ........Milreis ................... 1.0924

British Colonies in Aus-

tralasia and Africa .. Gold ......Pound Sterling ............ 9.7330

......Dollar ................... 2.0000

British Honduras ...... Gold

Bulgaria .............. Gold

.Lev

7

.0144

Canada ................ Gold ..........Gohar ..................... 2.0000

Chile.................. Gold

I | naiKwa^............

6684
.6648
.6394
.6530
.6184
.6254
.6478

China .................... Silver ..

(Stated

.2434

f f Haikwa.nl.........6802

| | Amoy -----

1 ! Canton ...

I | Chefoo ...

| I Chin Kiang

i I Foochow ..

! 1 Hankow .

' T^iaoehow .

I Tael.. J Nanking ..........6614

I (A unit| Newchwang.........6268

5of value! Ningpo............6428

values I as here] Peiping.............6516

are estimated ] u s e d
market values, | not s

in gold, of silver !
content of units. ]

I

Colombia ............... Gold

Shanghai
[ SwRtow ..
coin J 1 Tko-y ...

I Tientsin .
f vnan .. .

! TTor**kr'ng
1 Hollar -J

Mexican .

.6106

.6174

.6728

.^478

.4332

.4396

.4428

I

"Peso ................................ 1.O4G6

Gold .........-To1 on

Costa Rica

.9306

Cuba ................... Gold ...........Peso ...................... 20000

Czechoslovakia ........ Gold

Denmark .............. Gold

Dominican Republic .... Gold Dollar 2.0000

Ecuador ............... Gold

Krona

Krone

.0592

.5200

Sucre

..............4000

Gold ..........Pound Un9 piastres) ........ 9 O<5CO

............£900

..............0504

............0784

............4764

......... 9.7Qoq

............0260

Egypt ..............

Estonia ................ Gold

FirTnd ................. GoM ....... Markka ......

France ................. Gold ........................

Germanv ................ Gold .........Reichsmark ..

Great Britain ........ Gold ...........Pound Sterling

Greece ................ Gold ..........kuchma ........


COMMERCIAL HANDBOOK

Country Lego

Guatemala .............

Haiti .................

Honduras ..............

Hungary .............

India (British) .......

Indo-China ............

Italy .................

Japan .................

Latvia ................

Liberia ...............

Lithuania .............

Mexico ................

Netherlands and colonies

Newfoundland ..........

Nicaragua .............

Norway ................

Panama ................

Paraguay ..............

Persia ................

Pern ..................

Philippine Islands ....

Poland ................

Portugal ..............

Rumania ...............

Russia ................

Salvador ..............

Siam ..................

Spain .................

Straits Settlements ...

Sweden ................

Switzerland ...........

Turkey ............

Uruguay ...............

Monetary Units

Quetzal .........

crourae .........

Lempira .........

Pengo ...........

Rupee ...........

, Piaster .......

Lira .......... ..

Yen .............

,Lat ............

/Dollar ..........

.Litas ..........

Peso ............

.Guilder (florid)

, Dollar ..........

, Cordoba .......

.Krone ...........

Balboa ..........

.Peso (Argentine)

.Rial ...........

Sol .............

Peso ............

.Zloty ..........

Escudo ..........

Leu .............

Ruble ...........

.Colon ..........

.Baht (Tical) ...

.Peseta .........

Dollar ..........

.Krona ..........

Franc ...........

Piaster .........

Peso ............

Venezuela ........... Gold..............Bolivar.........................3860

Yugoslavia ............. Gold ..........Dinar ..........................0352

Value in
P. I. Curcy.

.... 2.0000

........4000

.... 1.0000

........3498

.... .7300

........7836

.... .1052

........9970

........3860

.... 2.0000

........2000

........9970

,.......8040

.... 2.0000

.... 2.0000

........5360

.... 2.0000
.... 1.9296

........0974

---- .5600

.... 1.0000

........2244

........0884

........0120

.... 1.0292

.... 1.0000
.... .8848

........3860

.... 1.1356

.... .5360

........3860

........0880

.... 2.0684

CHAMBERS (

Albay International Chamber of Com-
merce, Legaspi, Albay

American Chamber of Commerce 180
David

Baguio Chamber of Commerce, Ba-
guio, Benguet, Mt. Prov.

Camara de Comercio Espanola de Fili-
pinas, Casa de Espafia, Taft Ayenut

Cebu Chamber of Commerce, Gotiaoeo
Bldg. Cebu, Cebu

Chamber of Commerce of the Philip-
pine Islands. Club Filipino Bldg..
1021 Rizal Ave.

Chamber de Commerce Frrr-caise

BA

Bank of the Philippine Islands, The,
10 Plaza Cervantes, Binondo, Manila

Bank of the Philippine Islands, The, 9
N. America, Cebu

Bank of thePhilippinte Islands, The,
Progreso, Iloilo

Bank of the Philippine Islands, The,
Zamboanga, Zamboanga

? COMMERCE

Auxe lies Philippines, 50 Escolta,
Binondo

Chinese Chamber of Commerce, Iz-
uart, Iloilo, Iloilo

German Chamber of Commerce of the
Philippine Islands, P. O. Box 1327,
Manila

International Chamber cf Commerce

Manila. Chamber of Commerce, 177
Juan Luna, P. O. Box 939

Philippine Chinese Chamber of Com-
merce. 508 China Bank Bldg., P. O.
Box 241

KS

Chartered Bark of India, Australia
and Chino. Filipinas Bldg., Plaza
Moraga, Manila

Chartered Bank of Indio. Australia
and China. Morga, Cebu, Cebu

Chartered Bark of India. Australia
and China, Plaza Libertad, Iloilo,
Iloilo


PHILIPPINE CARNIVAL ASSOCIATION 75

China Banking Corporation, China
Bank Bldg., Juan Luna, Manila

Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Cor-
poration, Progreso, Iloilo

Hongkong and Sanghai Banking Cor-
poration, Hongkong & Shanhai Bank
Building

Monte de Piedad and Savings Bank of
Manila, Plaza Goiti, Manila

National Citv Bank of New York, The,
National City Bank Bldg., Corner J.
Luna & M. de la Industria, Manila

INSURANCE COMPANIES IN

Aliance Assurance Co., Ltd., Smith,
Bell 6c Co., Ltd.

American insurance Company, E. E.
Elser

American Constitution Fire Assurance
Co., Jacob Rosenthal, 515 Penafran-
cia, Paco

American Home Fire Assurance Com-
pany, American Asiatic Under-
writers, (E. E. Elser)

Agricultural Insurance Company, Me-
ercamp & Co., Ltd.

Aachen and Munich Fire Insurance
Co., Ed. A. Keller & Co., Ltd.,

Asia Life Insurance Co., Inc., Ameri-
can Asiatic Underwriters, (E. E.
Elser)

Atlas Assurance Company Ltd., E. E.
Elser

Baloire Fire Insurance Company,
Kur.nzle & Streiff, kite.,

British and Foreign Marine Insurance
Co., Ltd., Smith, Bell & Co., Ltd.,

British Traders Insurance Co., Ltu.,
Smith Bell & Co., Ltd.,

Canton Insurance Office Ltd., Smith,
Bell & Co.. Ltd.,

Caledonian Insurance Co., A. S. Gut-
tridge

Ceutmw Insurance Co., Ltd., Theo. H.
Davies & Co., Ltd.,

China Fire Insurance Co., Ltd., Wise
& Co., Inc.,

E. T. Yu Chengco, 614 Gartdara,

China Insurance and Surety Co., Inc.,
Manila

China Underwriters, Ltd., Warner,
Barnes A Co., Ltd.,

Commercial Union Assurance Co., Ltd.,
Smith. Pell & Co., Ltd.,

Continental Insurance Co., The, E. E.
Elser

Employers Liability Assurance Corp.
E. E. ELor

Fidelity and Surety Co., of the Philip-
pine Islands Geo. C. Dankworth,
Monte da Piedad Bldg.

Fidelltv-Phosnic Fire Insurance Co., E.
E. Elser

National City Bank of New York, The,
Gotiaoco Bldg., Cebu, Cebu
Peoples Bank and trust Company,
Peoples Bank Bldg., Dasmarinas,
Manila

Philippine National Bank, Masonic
Temple Bldg., Escolta, Manila (with
brashes in important provinces)

Philippine Trust Co., Plaza Goiti
Manila

Yokohama Specie Bank Ltd., 34 Plaza)
Cervantes, Insular Life Bldg.

MANILA AND LOCAL AGENTS

FILIPINAS Compana de Seguros
Filipinas Building

Fire Association ox Philadelphia, F.
E. Zuellig

Fuso Marine and Fire Insurance Co.,
Ltd., Warnes, Barnes & Co., Ltd.,

General Accident Fire & Life Assu-
rance Corp. Ltd., Behn, Meyer & Co.,

General Insurance Co., Ltd., of Tries-
te and Venice, Compania Gen. de Ta-
bacos de Filipinas

GlePs Falls Insurance Co., C. Kelling,
Inc.,

Globe and Rutgers Fire Isurance Co.,
Pacific Commercial Company

Great American Ins. Co., Fidelity &
Surety Co., of the Phil. Islands

Guardian Assurance Co., Ltd., Ker &
Company

Hartford Fire Insurance Co., Pacific
Commercial Company

Hanover Fire Insurance Co., Luzon
Surety Company Rite.,

Home Assurance Co., International
Harvester Co., of Philippines

Hongkong Fire Isurance Co., Ltd.,
Wise & Company

Hudson Insurance Company American
Asiatic Underwriters, Inc.,

Insular Life Assurance Co., Ltd., In-
sular Life Building

Insurance Cnmnany of North Ameri-
ca, E. E. Elser 1 *

International Assurance Co., Ltd.,
American Asiatic Uderwriters, Inc.,

Law Union and Rock Insurance Co.,
Ltd., Warner, Barnes & Co., Ltd.,

Legal artd General Assurance Society,
Ltd., Cutrridge and Chambers, Inc.,

Liverpool and London & Glove Ins. Co.,
Ltd., Wise & Company

London Assurance Corporation Find-
lav, Miller Timber Co.,

London a^d Scottish Assurance Corp.
Theo. H. Davies & Co., Ltd.,

Lu^on Suretv Company. Tpc., J. McMi-
ckin'. Insular T if^ Bldg..

Ma'Hirers Life Insurance Co., E.
E. Elser


76

COMMERCIAL HANDBOOK

Marine Insurance Co., Ltd., W. F. Ste-
venson & Co.,

National Union Fire Insurance Co.,
American Asiatic Underwriters, Inc.,

National Fire Insurance Co., Ed. A.
Keller & Co., Ltd.,

National Union Indemnity Company
American Asiatic Underwriters, Inc.,

Netherlands Insurance Co., Behn, Me-
yer & Co., Ltd.,

New Hampshire Fire Insurance Co.,

E. E. Elser

New7 India Assurance Co., Ltd., The
Wise & Company

New7 Zealand Insurance Co., Ltd., W.

F. Stevenson & Co., Ltd.,

Niagara Fire Insurace Co., E. E.

Elser

North British and Mercantile Insu-
rance Co., Ltd., Findlay Millar Tim-
ber & Co.,

North China Insurance Co., Ltd., Wise
& Company

Northern Assurance Co., Ltd., Finlday
Millar Timber & Co.,

Norwich Unioni Fire Insurance, W. F.
Stevenson & Co.,

Nord-Duetsche Vefrsicherungs-GesseJ-
Ischaft Menzi & Co., Inc.,

Orient Life Insurance) Society, John
E. Goo, China Bank Bldg.,

Orient Insurance Company, E. E. Elser

Pearl Assurance. Co., Ltd., Warner,
Barnes & Co., Ltd.,

Philippine Guaranty Co., Inc., Insular
Life Building

Phoenix Assurance Co., Ltd., Ker &
Company

Phoenix Insurance Co., Natior&l, Ex-
change Co., Inc.,

Prudential Assurance Co., Ltd., F. E.
Zuellig, Inc.,

Eoval Insurance Co., Ltd., Forbes
Munn & Co., Ltd.,

Samar an nr Sea and Fire Ins., Co. Ed
A, Keller & Co., Ltd.,

Springfield Fire and Marine Ins., Co.,
Kuenzle and Streiff, Inc.,

Sea Insurance Company, Ltd., War-
ner, Barnes F Co., Ltd.,

Scottish Union & National Insurance
Co., W. F. Stevenson & Co., Ltd.,

South British Insurance Co., Ltd.,
Smith, Bell & Co., Ltd.,

St. Paul Fire and Marina Insura.nfee
Co., Theo. H. Davies & Co., Ltd.,

Sun Insurance Office Ker & Company
Sun Life Assurance Co., of Canada E.

E. White, Heacock Bldg.

St^vvesa-nt Co., The Theo.

H. Davies & Co., Ltd.,

Switzerland General Insurance Co.,

F. E. Zucllig Inc.

Taisho Marine and Fire Insurance Co ,
Ltd. Mitsui Bussan Kaisha, Ltd..
Thames and Mersey Marine Insurance
Co., Ltd., Pacific Commercial Co.,

Tokio Marine & Fire Insurance Co.,
Ltd., Warner, Barnes & Co., Ltd.,

Union Insurance Society of Canton, W.
F. Stevenson & Co.,

Union Fire Accident & General Insu-
rance Co., Pacific Commercial Co.,

United States Fire Insurance Co.,
American Asiatic Uderwrriters, In.,

Visayan Surety & Insurance Corp.
Manuel, Gotianuy, Gotoco Bldg., Cebu

West Coast Life Insurance Co., Phil.
Branch, Kneedler Building

Westchester Fire Insurance Co., Ed.
A. Keller & Co., Ltd.,

World Auxiliary Insurance Corpora-
ration, Ltd., Wise & Company

Yangtze Insurance Association, War-
enr Barnes &. Cn

Yek Tong Lin Fire a.nd Marine Ins.
Co., Ltd., 320 Dasmarinas,

Yokohama Fire and Marina Ins., Co.,
Ltd., Wise & Company

Yorkshire Insurance Co., Ltd., W. F.
Stevenson & Co., Lted.,


PHILIPPINE CARNIVAL ASSOCIATION 77

NEWSPAPERS AND PUBLICATIONS

MANILA
Name of Publication Language Circula- Frequency
tion OF ISSUE
Alitaptap Tagalog 22,762 Weekly
American Chamber of Commerce
Journal English 1,500 Monthly
Amigo del Pueblo Span-Ilocano-Tag. 5,300 Monthly
Bisaya \isayan (Qebuano) 6,200 Fortnigthly
Boletin de la Camara de Comer-
cio E panola Spanish 350 Monthly
BoletkA Eclesiastico de Filipinas Spanish 1,280 Monthly
Boletin Espiritu Tag.-Eng.-Span. 2,000 Monthly
Bughaw Tagalog 1,000 Monthly
Bulletin of the San Juan de Dios
Hospital, The Eng.-Span.-Tag. 800 Bi-Monthly
Business Monthly, The English 1,000 Monthly
Cabletow, The English 7,472 Monthly
Campus Leader, The English 3,000 Bi-Vveekiy
Catandugnanon English-Bicol 500 Twice a Month
Catimawan, Ing PampaAgo 12,500 Monthly
Chinese Commercial News Chinese 7,512 Daily
Commerce English 723 Monthly
Commerce & Industry
Journal. The English 1,025 Monthly
Constructions English 500 Monthly
Curier, The English 1,300 Monthly
Cultura Social Spanish 1,000 Monthly
Daan Ng Kapayapaan, Ang Tagalog 250 Monthly
Dalaga Tagalog 6,755 Monthly
Dangadang Spanish-Ilocano 8,230 Weekly
Damag ti Pagarian, Ti Ilocano 1,596 Monthly
Debate, El Spanish 10,925 Daily
Betfensa, La Spanish-English 1,500 Weekly
Diario de Sesiones Spanish-English 1,000 Daily
Diocesan Chronicle, The English 850 Monthly
Ecos English-Spanish 2,700 Monthly
Educators Monthly, The Eng.-Span.-Tag. 1,000 Monthly
Emancipator, The English 1,000 Monthly
E Mangabiran Pampango _ 4,000 Weekly
(Every Sa-
~ turday)
Excelsior Spanish 2,300 Evefiry 10 days
Far Eastern Freemason, The English 1,300 Monthly
Fiat Lux English 2,000 Monthly
Filipinas, Ang Tagalog 2,900 Monthly
Filipino Nurse, The English . 320 Quarterly
Fookien Times, The Chinese 7,150 Daily
Government Employee, The English-Spanish 2.000 Montly
Graphic English 1,000 Quarterly
Green and White English 17.650 Weekly
Guidon, The English 1.400 Fortnightly
Health Messenger, The English-Spanish 1.000 Monthly
Hiwaga Tagalog 3.000 Weekly ~
Hojas de Catecismo S nanish 1,360 Weekly
Ilaw ng Pagkakaisa Tagalog-English 220 Monthly
Intelligencer, The Tlocano 5,500 Monthly
Journal of the P. I.
Medical Association Snamsh-English 639 Monthly
Katipunan Finance Review English 2,500 Monthly


78

COMMERCIAL HANDBOOK

Name of Publication

Language

Khaki and Red

Knights of Columbus Bulletin

Kong Li Po, The

Lands Courier, The

Leader, The _

Letran News, The

Lipang Kalabaw sa 1932, Ang

Liwayway

Mabuhay

Maturing Balita, Ang
Manila uaiiy Bulletin, The
Me. 41a Eagle

May on Post

Medico Dental Digest

Mizpa

Monthly Bulletin of the Phil.
Health Service

National, The

National Cnristian Council Bul-
letin

Natural & Applied Science Bul-

English

Spanish-English

Chinese

English

English-Tagalog

English-Spanish

Tagalog

Tagalog

Tagalog

Tagalog

English

English

English-Bicol

English

Tagalog

English

English

English

letin ___, .

New China Herald, The
Now

Nuestra Espaha

Official Gazette

Opinion, La-Comercio, El
Paraluman, Ang
Pharos, The

Philippine Agricultural Review
Philippine Christian
Philippine College Magazine
Philippine Collegian, The
Philippine Evangelist
Philippine Farm Journal
Philippines Free Press
Philippines Herald, The
Philippine Journal of Education
Philippine Journal of Science
Philippine Law Journal
Philippine Leprosy News
Philippine Missionary
Philippine Magazine
Philippine Missionery
Philippine Observer
Philippine Poultry Journal
Philippine Public Schools-
Philippine Social Science Review
Philippine Teachers Digest
Philippine Woman and Home
Pipit-puso
Reporter, Thei

Revista Eilipina de Medicina y
Farmacia

Rising Filipina, The
Sakdal

Sampagita ' r '

School News Review, The
Sho-Ko Simpo

English

Chinese

English-Spanish

Spanish

English- Spanish

Spanish

Tagalog

English

English

English

English

English

English

English-Spanish

English-Spanish

English

English

English

English

English

English

English

English

English

English

English

English

English

English

Tagalog

English

Spanish

English- S panish

Tagalog-Spanish

Tagalog

English

Japanese

Circula- Frequency

tion OF ISSUE
20,248 Monthly
2,000 Monthly
7,580 Monthly
1,000 Twice a month
12,060 Monthly
1,000 Monthly
4,000 Weekly
68,461 Weekly
6,316 Daily
775 Monthly
6,979 Daily
1,000 Monthly
1,000 Fortnightly
800 Monthly
1,283 Twice a month
1,685 Monthly
5,000 Twice a month
1,700 Bi-Monthly
500 Quarterly
6,857 Daily
5,000 Weekly
500 Daily
2,586 3 times a -week
9,519 Daily
20,000 Weekly
500 Monthly
854 Quarterly
1,300 Monthly
1,000 Monthly
5.000 Weekly
600 Monthly
1,500 Fortnightly
23.000 Weekly
DMlv
10,500 Monthly
1,043 Monthly
409 Monthly
5,000 Monthly
2,400 Monthly
9,200 Monthly
1,400 Bi-Monthly
1,704 Monthly
1,000 Monthly
28,200 Monthly
899 On n H-p.-ply
2,000 Monthly
5,000 Monthly
10,000 W eeklv
3,500 Twicte a Week
500 Monthly
2,000 Monthly
3,000 Weekly
17,062 Weekly
200,000 Semi-Monthly
677 3 times a week


PHILIPPINE CARNIVAL ^ASSOCIATION 79

Name of Publication

Language

Circula- Frequency
tion of Issue

Spark and Postmarks

Sports Review, The

Student, The

Sugar News

Sulo ng Kristiano, Ang

Taliba

Tanglaw, Ang
Trabajo
Tribune, The
Union
Unitas

University Alumnus
Vanguardia, La
Varsitarian, The
Vox Populi
Voz Espanola
Welfare Advocate, The
Womans Home Journal

English

English

English-Tagalog

English- Spanish

English-Tagalog

Tagalog

Tagalog

Spanish

English

English-Spanish
English-Spanish
English
Spanish

English- Spanish
Tagalog
Spanish
English

English-Spanish

500 Bi-Monthly
2,000 Twice a month
1,000 Weekly

1.500 Monthly

850 Monthly

22,262 Daily

1,226 Monthly
1,000 Monthly

13,601 Daily

2.500 Weekly
3,200 Monthly
3,000 Quarterly

12,816 Daily

4,000 Fornightly
2,000 Daily
1,976 Weekly
1,202 Bi-Monthly
6,000 Monthly

Legaspi, Alb ay
Ang Aniningal Nin Sorsogon
Heraldo Bicol

Mensajero Evangelico, An

Lipa, Batangas
Kayumanggi
Mamera

Panglao, Bohol
Ang Cabugason

Tagbilaram, Bohol
An Yutang Natawhan

Twguegapao, Cagayan
Verdad

Naga, Canuvrines Sur
Banaag Nin Langit
Bicolandia

Centenario de la Milagrosa,
Coptz, Cwpiz

Weekly Visitor, Thei

IN THE PROVINCES

Bicol-English

Spanish-Bicol

Bicol-English

1,000 Weekly
990 Tri-Weekly
470 Monthly

Tagalog

Tagalog

Visayan

Visayan

Spanish-Ibanag

Bicol

Span.-Eng.-Bicol
El Spanish-Bicol

English-Spanish

1,000 Weekly
3,000 Twice a week

2,800 Weekly

Weekly

2,000 Weekly

953 Monthly
1,600 Twice a Week
1,500 Monthly

1,000 Weekly

Cebu, Cebu

Advertiser, The

Atong Kabilin, Ang

Babaye

Bagong Kusog

Buletin Catolieo

Freeman, The

Buhat, Ang

Journal of the Southern Islands
Societv of Engineers and Ar-
chitects

Junior Collegian, The

Nasud

El Precursor

Egn.-Spa.-Vis.

Visayan

Visayan

Visayan

Spanish

Inglish-Viaayaa

Visayan

3,505 Daily
1,200 Weekly
3,316 Weekly
10,975 Weekly
1,500 Weekly
5,000 Weekly
1,000 Weekly

English

English

Visayan

Spanish

400 Monthly
500 Weekly

6.200 Weekly

1.200 Twice a Week


80

COMMERCIAL HANDBOOK

Name of Publication Language Circtjla- Frequency
TION of Issue
Progress La Revulucion F.hgli sh-Spani sh Spanish 2,450 3,726 Weekly Daily
Visayan Examiner, The English 4,000 8 x a month
Visayanian, The English 1,000 Fornightly
Bant ay, Ilocos Sur
Binulong Nga Agtayab Ilocano 1,600 Weekly
Sinait, Ilocos Sur
Annaraar Ilocano 1,000 Fornightly
Vigan, Ilocos Sur
Mjeinsajero, El Ilocano 3.000 Weekly
Silaw Ti Ili Ilocano 1,000 Twice a month
Ilokandia News ' ] Eng.-Sapn.-Ilo. 800 Evcjry 10 days
Iloilo, Iloilo
Agustinia^ Mirror, The Frigl i sh- Spanish 700 Monthly
Centinela, El Snanish 2.820 Daily
Kabisaya-an Visayan 8,000 3 x a month
Makinaugalingon Visayan 1,500 Twicto a week
Manugbantala, Ang Visayan 800 Monthlv
Pearl of the Orient English 700 Quarterly
Prensa Libre 1 7 1 ' Spanish 2.701 Dailv
Pueblo, El English 2.210 Dailv
Tiempo, El Spanish 4.100 "Dnilv
Times, The English RQ5 Dailv
Tribuna. La Spanish 9 C91 DniUr
Ylang-Ylang Visayan 6,987 Weekly
Jaro, Iloilo
Kabuhi Sang Bartua Visayan-Span. 2,500 Monthly
Bulletin of the Central Phil. Col- English 600 Bi-Monthly
lege
Agricutural College, Laguna Philippine Agriculturist, The English 1,095 Monthly
San Fernando, La Union
Dagiti Naimbag a Damag Ken ti Iloca.n'o-English 3,217 Weekly
Dalan ti Cappia
Philippvfe Watchword, The English 165 Monthly
Maasin, Leyte
Ang Dal?;iJ Visayan 750 Fortnightly
Palo, Leyte
Atalaya, La Spanish-Visayan 321 Every 10 deys
Ta-^loban, Leyte
Leytean, The : Oroquie+&, Occ, MisWinis Dakung, Bahandi, Ang English 830 Monthly
Visavan 1,200 Weekly
MabinJ^n. The English-Visayan 500 Monthly
Cagayan. Or, Misamis
Katarungan, Ang Span.-Visayan 5,107 Weekly
Mambaiao, Or, Misamis
Tingug sa Lungsod Visayan 512 Weekly
Baguio, Mt. Province English
Little Apostle of the Mt. Province 3,750 Monthly


PHILIPPINE CARNIVAL ^SOGIATION 81

Name of Publication Language Circuh tion v- Frequency of Issue
Misionero, El English 1,650 Monthly
Misionero, Ing Pampango 8,500 Monthly
Visita, La Ilocano 1,230 Weekly
Cabanatuan, Nueva Ecija
The Granary English 1,000 Monthly
Bacolod, Occ. Negros
Civismo Span.-Visayarf 4,000 3xaweek
Dumagiwte, Or, Negros
Dumaguete Press Span.-Visayan 800 Weekly
Oriental Negros Chronicle Visayan-Eng. 1,420 Weekly
Philippine Presbyterian English 1,000 Quarterly
Sillimanian, The English 1,000 Fortnightly
Angeles, Pampanga
Cabbling, Ing Pampango 1,300 Weekly
San Fernando, Panupanga
Catala, Ing Pampango 1,000 Weekly
Dacia Ning Catutuan, Ing Pampango 657 Weekly
Katipunan, Ing Pampango 1,000 Weekly
Katiwala, Ing Pampango 2,500 Weekly
Pampangari, The English 850 Twicei a month
Bayambang, Pangasinan
Reflector, The English 919 Monthly
Dagupan, Pangasinan
Ideales Spanish-English 703 Bi-Monthly
Managit onton Pangasinan 1,000 Twice a mo.
Pangasinan Review English 550 Twice a mo.
Tonung Pangasinan 2,700 W eekly
Lingayen, Pangasinan
Kabuntatala Pangasinan 7,000 Monthly
New Pangasinan, The English 1,500 Weekly
Vocational Observer English 1,358 Monthly
Manaoag, Pangasinan
Lioaoa J5 Pangasinan 1,023 Weekly
Malpbon, Riz&l
Academian, The English-Tagalog 800 Monthly
Calbayog, Samar
Eco de Samar y Leyte Spanish 500 Weekly
Catarman, Samar
"Pioneer, The ] English 400 Monthly
Qatbalogan, SYimar
Samarinan, The English 600 Monthly
Tarlac, Tarlac
Sadiri Ilocano 623 Wetekly
Zamboanga, Zamboanga
Criterio, El E^lish- Spanish 1,000 Twicei a Week
Fenix, El Spanish 600 Twice a Week
Hwa Nan Weekly Chinese 1,053 Weekly
Mindanao Herald, The English 2,100 Weekly ;[ ]


82

COMMERCIAL HANDBOOK

NAMES

BROKERS IN MANILA

CLASS OF
BROKERAGE

ADDRESS

Aguado Hermanos

Albano, Sotero P.

Alegre, Jesus

Allen, Presby S..

Alvarez, Bonifacio P.

Amazeen, John B.

American Express Co., Inc.,
American Express Co., Inc.,
American Steamship Age^

cies Inc.,

American Trading Company
Ang Ching Teng
Ang Tian Su

Asiatic Petroleum Co., Ltd.,
Aspa, Hermogenes
Atkins, Kroll & Co., Inc.,

Aw Bun Peng
Babcock & Templeton Inc.,
Babcock & Templetoni Inc.,
Balbuena, Vicente
Barbara, Vda. de Munos
Bayani, Zacarias
Bazar Siglo XX
Beck, I. Inc.,

Behn, Meyer & Co., H. Miji.
Bhen, Meyer & Co., H. Miji.
Bennett, Pliny Monroe
Bermudez y Bautista Inc.,

Bin Seng Exchange Co., Inc.,
Pin & Cbuan Tnc.

Bowen, Geoffrey
Brodett, Apolinario V.

Cabral, Francisco
Camahort, Jesus

Campos Rueda Hnos., Lie.

Can Huay

Can Huay

Can Huay

Castro, Juan de

Catacutan Lee Cheng Oon, V.

Chan Cuan

Chan Tat

Charter, T. H.

Cheng Wing Yew
Chiat Guan Brokerage Co.
Chiok Ho

Chri stern Huenefeld & Co., Inc.

Chua Kang

Chua, Sotero

Chua Yu

Chua Ho, J.

Chua Kieng

Churtg Hwa Steel Corp.
Chung Te
Co Chiat
Co Cho
Co Jiengco
Collantes, Adrian F.

Merchandise 103 Balmes, Manila

Ship 225 Fraternal, Quiapo, Manila

Stock or Bonid28 A. Mabini, Manila
Merchandise 703 Insular Life Bldg., Manila

Merchandise 206 Sevilla, Manila

p/chandise 213 Barcelona, Manila

Merchandise 11 Plaza Moraga, Manila

Exchange 11 Plaza Moraga, Manila

Ship

Merchandise

Exchange

Exchange

Ship

Ship

Merchandise

Exchange

Merchandise

Ship

Merchandise

Merchandise

Ship

Merchandise

Merchandise

Merchandise

Ship

Merchandise

Merchandise

Exchange

Merchandise

Merchandise

Merchandise

Merchandise

Merchandise

Merchandise

Ship

Merchandise

Exchange

Ship

Exchange

Exchange

Exchange

Merchandise

Merchandise

Exchange

Exchange

Merchandise

Exchange

Exchange

Merchandise

Merchandise

Exchange

Merchandise

Exchange

Exchange

Exchange

Exchange

Merchandise

National City Bank Bldg.

310 Dasmarinas, Manila

272 Juan Luna, Manila

117 Rosario, Manila

Hongkong Bank Bldg., Manila

507 Dagupan, Manila

15 Plaza Cervantes, Manila

419 Dasmarinas, Manila

406 China Ba.nk Bldg., Manila

406 China Bs.nk Bldg., Manila

447 Dart, Paco, Manila

631 Velasquez, Manila

109 Juan Luna, Manila

101 Plaza del Conde, Manila

89 Escolta, Manila

227 David, Manila

227 David, Manila

New Heacock Bldg., Manila

5 San Gabriel, Manila
517 Nueva, Manila
685 Benavides, Manila
Paterno Building, Banila
306 Palma, Manila

217 Lacandola, Manila

67 Juan Luna, Manila

2205 Azcarraga, Manila

838 Jaboneros, Manila

838 Jaboneros, Manila

304 Elcano, Manila

Dollar Steamship Line, Manila

6 Lnlgreso, Manila

428 Poblete, Manila
410 Poblete, Manila
129 Juan Luna, Manila
701 Clavel, Manila

365 Gandara, Manila

329 Claveria, Manila

711 Roman, Manila

217 Sto. Cristo Manila

115 P. Blanco, Manila

216 Carvajal, Manila

253 Juan Luna, Manila

1116 M. de Santos

410 Poblete, Manila

917 Clavel, Manila

1005 San Fernando, Manila

238 Ongpin, Manila

233 Ongpin, Manila

2050 Oroauieta, Manila !


PHILIPPINE CARNIVAL ASSOCIATION 83

NAMES CLASS OF BROKERAGE
Columbian Rope Co. Ship
Co Mac Exchange
Co So Exchange
Compania Gen. de Tabacog
de: Filipinas Exchange
Compania Gen. de Tabacog
de Filipinas Stock
Compania Gen. de Tabacog
de Filipinas Merchandise
Compania Gen. de Tabacog
de Filipinas Ship
Concepcion, Mariano V. Merchandise
Connell Bros., Co. Merchandise
Connor, Joseph A. Merchandise
Cornejo, Miguel R. Merchandise
Corral, Francisco y Perez Merchandise
Costosa, Gerardo Merchandise
Co Ting & Company Exchange
Couto Hermanos Merchandise
Couto, Manuel Merchandise
Cruz, Sixto de la Exchange
Cue Y u Chiat Exchange
Daido Boeki Kaisha, Ltd. Merchandise
Darley, Alexander M. Merchandise
David. Ines Exchange
Decena Brothers Inc. Merchandise
Decena, Jose S. Merchandise
Dee Hong Lue & Co., Inc. Ship
Pehn & Company Inc. Merchandise
Dehn & Ebsen, Inc. Merchandise
Dizcs\ Jose P. Merchandise
Doctolero, Joaquin y Baltazar Ship
Dulay, Sixto Ship
Dy Buncio & Co., Inc. Merchandise
Dy Heng Exchange
Dy Sangco, F. S. En C. Exchange
Dy Siong Exchange
Dy Urn Exchange
Earnshaws Docks & Honolulu
Iron Works, The Merchandise
Eastern & Philippines Ship-
ping Agencies, Ltd. Ship
Edward J. Nell Co., The M merchandise
Echarri, Proceso G. Ship
Ellis, William J. Ship
Elmac, Inc. Merchandise
Espe, Juan B. Ship
Facundo, Irkfeo Merchandise
Faderan, Nemesio y Tolentino Ship
Farinas, Canuto Shin
Fernandez, Pedro Angel Merchandise
Firstone Tire & Rubber Co. Merchandise
Fong Sim & Co. Exchange
Forbes, Munn & Co., Ltd. Merchandise
Francisco, Pedro R. Merchandise
Fukuvama, Nishino & Co., Inc. Merchandise
Gaerlrr'l, Benito & Co. M erchandise
Galbam, Eulogio M. Ship

ADDRESS

National City Bank Bldg., Manila
491 Juan Lun&, Manila
£12 Priotn. Manila

212 Marquez de Comillas, Manila
212 Marquez de Comillas, Manila
212 Marquez de Comillas, Manila

212 Marquez de Comillas, Manila
801 M. de la Industria, Manna
Insular Life Bldg., Manila
174 Juan Luna, Manila
327 Raon, Manila

1115 Vergara, Manila

356 Camba, Manila

440 Sto. Cristo, Manila

Fernandez Bldg., Manila

64 Escolta, Manila

412 Gandara, Manila

335 Dasmarinas, Manila

Insular Life Bldg., Manila

64 Escolta, Manila

1322 ODonnel, Manila

Kncedler Bldg., Manila

1317 ODonnel, Manila

940 Juan Luna, Manila

Insular Life Bldg., Manila

3 Plaza Cervants, Manila

241 Carriedo, Manila

Dollar Steamship Line, Manila

Canadian Pacific Ltd., Manila

209 M. de Binondo, Manila

434 Nueva, Manila

445 Salazar, Manila

434 Nueva, Manila

1021 Lavezares, Manila

110 Second St. Port Area, Manila

102 El Hogar Bldg., Manila

2 T. Pinnin, Manila

221 Bambang, Manila

16 Escolta, Manila

627 Rizal Ave., Manila

117 Gardenia, Manila

204 Sevilla, Manila

191 I avanderos, Manila

Canadian Pacific, Roxas Bldg.,

Arias Bldg., Manila

239 Real, Manila

230 T. Pinpin, Manila

Manila

316 Bustos, Manila
129 Juan Luna, Manila
328 Nueva, Manila
838 Echague, Manila


84 COMMERCIAL HAND BOO K

CLASS OF
u BROKERAGE

ADDRESS


Gan Cio Tan Merchandise
Garcia, Domingo Exchange
Garcia, Narciso A. Merchandise
Genato, Vicente P. Merchandise
Genato, Vicente P. Stock & Bond
Genato, Vicente P. Exchange
General Electric Appliance
Corp., of the Philippines Merchandise
Getz Bros. & Co, Merchandise
Gibson, J. H. Merchandise
Gibson, J. H. Ship
Gibson, J. H. .j Exchange
Gillespie, A. T. Merchandise
Glais:rman, J. M. Inc. Merchandise
Gobaco, Inocencio Merchandise
Go Lay & Co. Exchange
Go Ja^ Chong Ship
Go Kun Merchandise
Goldenberg, Michael Merchandise
Go Zun, Benito Exchange
Go Qui Cheng Merchandise
Graber, Harry Merchandise
Graham, David E. Merchandise
Grulver, George Merchandise
Guzman, Fortunato De Merchandise
Hair, John Exchange
Hair, John Stock
Hair, John Merchandise
Hair, John Ship
Hamilton Brown Shoe Store Merchandise
Hanson, Orth & Stevenson,
Inc. Merchandise
Hanson, Orth & Stevenson,
Inc. Ship
Hausman, L. M. & Co. Merchandise
Hawaii Sugar Planters Ass. Ship
Haw E. Heng Merchandise
Haw Tok Exchange
Henson, Jose P. Merchandise
Heras, Vicente A. Merchandise
Hercules Lumber Co., Inc. Ship
Higuchi, S. Merchandise
Hueglin, Charles F. Merchandise
Iboleon, Isidoro Merchandise
Inhelder Walch Co., Ltd. Merchandise
Jaraiz, Misut Y Cia. Merchandise
Jaraiz, Misut Y Cia. Ship
Javier, Juan Exchange
Jennrich, Erwin Merchandise
J. P. Hcfilbronn & Co., Inc. Merchandise
Kpllpr Erl. A. & Cn.. Ltd. Merchandise
Kenji Kura Merchandise
Ker & Co. Merchandise
Koe Te & Co. Exchange
Koppel (Philippines) Inc. Merchandise
Kuan Low & Co. Exchange
Kuenzle & Streiff. Inc. Merchandise
Kummer & Comins 1 Merchandise

920 Azcarraga, Manila

110 Villalobos, Manila '*

508 Soler, Manila

5 Plaza Moraga, Manila
5 Plaza Moraga, Manila
5 Plaza Moraga, Manila

Escolta & Nueva, Manila

Fernandez Bldg., Manila

177 Juan Luna, Manila

177 Juan Luna, Manila

177 Juan Luna, Manila

180 David, Manila

139 Juan Luna, Manila

913 Marcelino de Santos, Manila

314 Nueva, Manila

364 Elcano, Manila

1022 Lavezares, Manila

194 Juan Lvrla, Manila

518 Sto. Cristo, Manila

534 Nueva, Manila i

153 Juan Luna, Manila

139 Juan Luna, Manila

823 Urbisto.ndo, Manila

20 Herbosa, Manila

34 Plaza Cervantes, Manila

84 Plaza Cervantes, Manna

34 Plaza Cervantes, Manila

34 Plaza Cervantes, Manila

109 Escolta, Manila

Chaco Bldg., Manila

Chaco Bldg., Manila

11 T. Pinpin, Manila

1246 Arlegui, Manila

419 Juan Luna, Manila

319 Nueva, Manila

830 Benavides, Manila

995 Sar
814 Globo de Oro, Manila

Divisoria Market, Manila

Wiep Pldo\. mil n \

8 M. del Banco Nacional,

China Bank Bids., Manila

421 Aviles, Manila

421 Aviles, Manila

163 Escolta, Manila

645 Rizal Ave., Manila

233 David, Manila

169 Juan Lv^Ja, Manila

123 Juan Luna, Manila

10 San Gabriel, Manila

318 San Vicente, Manila

75 Dasmarinas, Manila

432 Poblete, Manila

343 T. Pinpin, Manila

144 Juan Luna, Manila *


PHILIPPINE CARNIVAL ASSOCIATION 85

NAMES CLASS OF Merchandise ADDRESS
Kwong Ah Phoy & Co., Inc. Exchange 383 M. de Biriondo, Manila
Landahl, John Inc. Merchandise 979 M. de la Industria, Manila
La Pian Exchange 347 Sto. Cristo, Manila
Lao Ye Co. Ship 1 584-A Alvarado, Manila
Lawyers' Cnnp.. PnhL. Co. Merchandise 430 Rizal Ave., Manila
Lay Kay Exchange 449 Dasmarinas, Manila
Leh Lin Ngui Exchange 230 Carbajal, Manila , Jj
Legaspi, Eulalin A. Merchandise lllDasmarinas, Manila i
Leo Schntarmacher, Inc. Merchandise 61 Juan Luna, Manila 1
Levy Hennanos Ship 50 Escolta, Manila
Lim Se Am & Co. Merchandise 912 San Nicolas, Manila
Lim Sae Gim Exchange 116 Hormiga, Manila ;
Lim See Exchange 1129 Sta. Elena, Manila
Lim Seng Exchange 332 Fundidor, Manna >
Lim Siam Exchange 919 San Nicolas, Manila
Lim Tiao Lam Merchandise 538 Juan Luna, Manila t
Lim Tik Sing Exchange 132 Hormiga, Manila
Lim Tong Merchandise 131 Dasmarinas, Manila
Li Seng Giap & Co. Merchandise 197 M. de Binondo, Manila
Little, Walter Eric Merchandise 34 Plaza Cervantes, Manila
Little, Walter Eric Exchange 34 Plaza Cervantes, Manila
Little, Walter Eric Stock 34 Plaza Cervantes, Manila
Little, Walter Eric Ship 34 Plaza Cervantes, Manila
Liu Wun Exchange 508 Dasmarinas, Manila
Loo Teng Siu Merchandise 818 Jaboneros, Manila
Lopez, Vicente 0. Ship Canadian Pacific, Manila
Lorenzana, Salomon I. Ship 1004 Oregon:, Manila
Lo Tong Exchange 417 Poblete, Manila
Lu Song Hap, R. R. Ship 406 Ongpin, Manila
Lu Song Hap, R. R. Exchange 406 Ongpin, Manila
Mackay, Gordon Weather stone Exchange 414 Chaco Bldg., Manila
Mackay, Gordon Weatherstone Stock 414 Chaco Bldg., Manila
Mackay, Gordon Weatherstone Merchandise 414 Chaco Bldg., Manila
Mackay, Gordon Weatherstone Ship 414 Chaco Bldg., Manila
Macleod & Company Ship Uy Chaco Bldg., Manila
Macleod & Company Merchandise Uy Chaco Bldg., Manila
Macleod, John Neil Merchandise El Hogar Bldg., Manila
Macleod, John Neil Exchange El Hogar Bldg., Manila
Macleod, John Neil Stock El Hogar Bldg., Manila
Macleod, John Neil Ship El Hogar Bldg., Manila
Macondray & Co., Inc. (Merchandise China Bank Bldg., Manila
Macondray & Co., Inc. Ship ' China Bank Bldg., Manila
Manila Export Corporation Merchandise National City Bank Bldg.
Manila Import Company Merchandise Fernandez Bldg., Manila
Manila Machinery & Supply Co., I.hc. Merchandise 675 Dasmarinas, Manila
Manuel, Jose Ship 101 Zurbaran, Manila
Maneru & Company, Inc., Merchandise 21 Plaza Moraga, Manila


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NAMES

CLASS OF
BROKERAGE}

ADDRESS

Mariano, Toribio
Masallo, Ulpiano 1

Matsui Sawamatsu E Mori
Meerkamp & Co., lAd.,

Sfenzi & Co., inc.,

Menzi & Co., Inc.,

Menez, Rustico
Mercado, Gregorio
Metal Commission Co.,

Mitchel, Clifford C.

Mitsubishi Shoji Kaislia, Ltd.,
Mitsui Bussan Kaisha, Ltd.,
Mitsui Bussan Kaisha, Ltd.,
Model & Co., inc.,

Monroy, Francisco Y Silos
Montenegro, Cipriano
Muller & Phipps Ltd
Morgan, Melvin M.

Murphy, John A.

Navarre, Cesar C.

Neuss, Hesslein Corporation
New Orleans Commercial
Co., Inc., '

Ng Chua

Nn Eng Cun ' '

Ng He

Ngo Hun, Jose M.

Ngo Kim Pah
Ngo Su Peng
Ngo Tai
Ng.Tk?l Cheng
Nishmura, Ichiro
O Chu Cheng
OFarrell, Gaston
Ong Cheng Hoa
Ong How Yan
Ong Kang Suy
Ong Tiang Sy
Ossorio, Jesus J.

Ossorio, Jesus J.

Ossorio, Miguel J.

Ovejero, Jesus G*.

Pacific Commercial Co.,
Pacific Commercial Co.,
Paanca, Vicente Dy Qiuat
Palomar, Oswaldo Garcia
Pangilinan, Pantalc on Y La-
ra

Parker, Rev Lester
Payad, Sevirina Ramos de
Pe Chi at Guan, J.

Pek Chia Hsiang
Pena, Modesto de la
Philippine American Drug'
Co.,

Philippine Automotive Cor-
poration

Philippine Engineering Co.,
Inc.

Merchandise

Ship

Merchandise

Merchandise

Merchandise

Ship

^hip

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Merchandise

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Exchange

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Merchandise

966 Bilbao, Manila

147 Villalobos, Manila

332 Echague, Manila

979 M. de la Industria, Manila

180 Juan Luna, Manila

180 Juan Luna, Manila

320 Sevilla, Manila

303 Batangas, Manila

90 Rosario, Manila

503 Uy Chaco Bldg., Manila

Insular Life Bldg., Manila

National City Bank Bldg.

National City Bank Bldg.

618 Echague, Manila
909 Onigpin, Manila
613 M. de la Industria, Manila
National City Bank Bldg,
c/o Elks Club, Manila
541 M. del Banco National
148 Anda, Manila
90 Rosario, Manila

El Hogar Bldg., Manila
235 Ongpin, Manila
142 Hormiga, Manila
273 Juan Luna, Manila
264 Juan Luna, Manila
241 Ongnin, Manila
319 Gandara, Manila
434 Salazar, Manila
604 Benavides, Manila
220 El Dorado, Manila
^07 Sales, Manila
419 Dasmarinas, Manila
319 Dasmarinas, Manila
511 M. de Binondo, Manila
7 Renta, Manila
52 Rnsario. Manila
TTv_Chaco Bldg., Manila
TTy Cha-co Bldg., Manila
Uy Chaco Bldg.. Manila
61 Juan Luna, Manila
National City Bank Bldg.
National City Bank Bldg.

521 T. Alonso. Manila

142 Marquez de Comillas, Manila

919 Dagupan. Manila
University Club Bld 108 Nicomedes, Manila
100 Elcano, Manila
285 Carvajal, Manila
702 Rizal Ave. Manila
95 Escolta, Manila

UDasmarinas, Manila
936 Raon, Manila


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NAMES

CLASS OF
BROKERAGE

ADDRESS

Philippine Foreign Trading
Co.,

Philippine Lumber Expor-
tation Co., Ltd.,

Picornell, Santiago N.
Picornell, Santiago in.
Picornell, Santiago N.
Picor.^ell, Santiago N.

Pilar, Maria del (Mrs)
Protzen, Max
Pua Shin Hing
Pua Sorg Giuam
Que Ho Yeg

Que Kiang & Jose Que Tiong
Sin

Quito, Bernabe

Radicatti, Giuseppe
Relayson, Gonzalo A.
Rennolda, Wm. H. Co., Inc.,
Re villa, Antonio C.

Reyes, Florencio
Reyes, Francisco
Rio y Olabarrieta
Rivera, Gregorio V.

Rodriguez, Pedro
Rodriguez, Salvador C.
Rosales, Vedasto y de la Rosa
Rosario Mercantile Co., Inc.,
Roza, Daniel Da
Russel, John J.

Russel, John J.

Rustia, Manuel S.

S. & R Commercial Co., Inc.,
Saabedra, Benabe Q.

Sanmat, Antonio
Saleeby, Fiber Co., Inc.,
Santos, Ananias
Santos Chua Hong
Schier, Samuel S.

Schulze, Otto

See Guiao - -

See Pua

See Sieng Bok

Seidenspinner, Earle A.
Shau, Charles C.

Shaw, John! Roy

Shioji and Asano

Silva, Eliseo

Sing Wing & Company

Siodico, Francisco

Siy Cong Bieng & Co., Inc.,

Spencer Kellog & Sons Inc.,

So Pit Huy

Sorox y Compania

Sorox y Compania

Stevenson & Co., Ltd., W. F.

Stevenson & Co., Ltd., W. F.

Stiver, J. A.

Sumagui Lumber Export Co.

Exchange

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Stock

Exchange

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Merchandise

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Pond

Merchandise

247 Espeleta, Manila

Zobel Bldg., Manila

Insular Life Bldg., Manila
Insular Life Bldg., Manila
Insular Life Bldg., Manila
Insular Life Bldg., Manila
209 Rosario, Manila
42 Dasmarinas, Manila
715 Ylaya, Manila
1202 Sta. Elena, Manila

7 Renta, Manila

105 Calderon de la Barca, Manila1

1726 Yangco. Manila

Fernandez Bldg., Manila

405 Lipa, Manila

9 Plaza Moraga, Manila

61 Plaza del Carmen, Manila

424 Azcarraga, Manila

26 Plaza Cervantes, Manila

703 San Fernando, Manila

340 Del Pan, Manila <

1048 Soler, Manila

553 Regidor, Manila

326 Jaboneros, Manila

227 David, Manila

57 M. H. del Pilar, Manila

8 M. del Banco Nacional, Manila
8 M. del Banco Nacional, Manila
520 Juan! Luna, Manila

49 Plaza McKinley, Manila

535 P. Pater no, Manila

1141 Sta. Elena, Manila

National Citv Bank Bldg. Manila

246 T. Pinpin, Manila

661 Velasquez, Manila

227 David, Manila

223 David. Manila

428 Sto. Cristo, Manila

1038 Comercio, Manila

530 Sto. Cristo, Manila

14 Cristobal, Manila

424 Salazar, Manila

14 David, Manila

120 Dasmarinas, Manila
761 Sto. Cristo, Manila
321 Claveria. Manila

4 09 Nueva, Manila

123 Juan Luna, Manila
Toma? Claudio, Manila
231 Sto. Cristo, Manila
in2 Rodrivuez Arias, Manila
'02 Rodripnez Ari^s, Manila
pi Hogar Bldg., Manila
El Hogar Bid o., Manila

121 Real, Manila

Heacock Bldg., Manila


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NAMES

CLASS OF
BROKERAGE

ADDRESS

Sy China

Sy Kiam, Ygnaeb
Sy Oh

iTan Bee Lim

Tan Bun Pin ;

Tan Chay

Tan Chuy Lay ,

Tan Chong Pini

Tan Chong Su J j

Tari De Jua

Tan Eng Tana , '

Tan Heng Chai
Tan It

Tan Kay Ko

Tan Kay Ko

Tan Ko ;

Tanunliong, Miguel C. S.

Tee Chai

Te Pek Boon

Te Tam Ku

Te Tiongco

Teran, Francisco C. i

Thompson, Gerald E.
Thompson, Flyod Addison
To

Traynor, James J.

Ty Cameo Sohrino

U. S. Rubber Export Co., Ltd.

Uy Cho Yee

Uy Pui Chay

Uy Seco, Miguel

Uy Sin

Uy Yam Sons & Co., P. A.
Uy Yam Sons & Co., P. A.
Uy Yam Sons & Co., P. A.
Vera, Jose Fernandez de la
Velasco, D. Lao Chi
Verlinden, Mitchel
Villanueva, Felicisimo R.
Warner, Barnes & Co., Ltd.
Warrington, Raymond 0.
Welch-Fairchild, Ltd.

Werder & Co., Ltd.

West and Whitaker Inc.
Whipple S. Hall & Co., Inc.
Wightman, George A.

Wilbur Ellis Co..

Wimberly, Roy L.

Wise and Company V

Wong Lam

Wong Ning & Co.

Wong Ning
Wong Tsun Shun
Woo Cheng Chim
Worm, Alfred
Wy Lian Tan n

Yacer, Jacobo 7

Yartg Kong & Co.

Yang, Leoncio *

Exchange

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Bond

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1114 Sta. Elena, Manila

636 Tabora, Manila i

636 Tabora, Manna

117 Juan Luna, Manila

420 Sto. Cristo, Manila
427 Nueva, Manila
718 Alvarado. Manila

940 San Fernando, Manila
329 Nueva, Manila
545 Nueva, Manila
283 Juan Luna, Manila
493 Nueva, Manila
9.9.R Garva.ia.lj Manila
838 Jaboneros, Manila
838 Jaboneros, lvianila
511 Sto. Cristo, Manila
720 Magdalena, Manila
369 Ilang-ilang, Manila
335 Sto. Cristo, Manila
221 Ongpin, Manila

235 Ongpin, Manila

448 Etero Segado, Manila

408 Masonic Temple, Manila

206 Masonic Temple, Manila

533 Misericordia, Manila

174 Juan Luna, Manila

116 Hormiga, Manila ;

125 T. Pinpin, Manila 1

113 Juan Luna, Manila

504 Nueva, Manila

523 Juan Luna, Manila

369 Ilartg-Ilang, Manila

Muelle Losey Cor. Aldeguer St,

Muelle Losey Cor. Aldeguer St.

Muelle Losey Cor. Aldeguer St.

116 Beaterio, Manila

142 Hormiga, Manila

El Hogar Bldg., Manila

111 Plaza Sta. Cruz Manila

El Hogar Bldg., Manila

349 San Vicente, Manila

Roxas Bldg., Manila

6 Ingreso, Manila

227 David, Manila

2006 Azcarraga, Manila

Kneedler Bldg., Manila

Manila

675 Dasmarinas, Manila
Wise Bldg., Manila
422 Sto. Cristo, Manila
735 Misericordia, Manila
69 Rosario, Manila

236 T. Pinpin, Manila

521 Rizal Ave., Manila
234 Bambang, Manila
231 Soler, Manila

421 Nueva, Manila

325 Claveria, Manila

539 Nueva, Manila


PHILIPPINE CARNIVAL ASSOCIATION

NAMES

BROKERAGE
CLASS OF

ADDRESS

Yang, Shuipo

Yap Lin Tec

Yap Sulam

Yek Hua Trading Corp.
Ynchausti Steamship Co.
Ysmael, Juan & Co., Inc.
Yu Chin Tek
Yu Eng Siong
Yu Guioc Lo & Co.

Yuill & Co., Ltd., G. S.
Yuill & Co., Ltd., G. S.
Yu Je Co

Yu Joaquin & Co.

Zavala, Aquilino
Zuellig, Trie., F. E.
Zuellig, Iric., F. B. '

Ship)

Merchandise

Merchandise

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Merchandise
Exchange

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Merchandise

Merchandise

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Exchange
7 Merchandise

Merchandise

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Merchandise

535 P. Paterno, Manila
157 M. de Binondo, Manila
922 Jabcvferos, Manila
132 G. Luna, Manila
Muelle de la Industria, Manila
348 Echague, Manila
409 Echague, Manila
509 T. Alonzo, Manila
312 Dasmarinas, Manila
503 Echague, Manila
503 Echague, Manila
219 Gandara, Manila
219 San Vicente, Manila
830 Sto. Cristo, Manila
90 Rosario, Manilla
90 Rosario, Manilla

FORWARDING AGENTS

American Express Co., Inc., 95 Plaza
Moraga

Cansipit, Gregorio M., Inc., 34 Escolta
Concepciori, Catalino, 1522 Oroquieta
Luzon Brokerage Co., Derham Bldg.,

Port Area

Manila Freight Association, Inc., 865
Dagupan

Manila Terminal Co., Pier 5
Oglon, Carlos de, 67 Juan Luna
^Tionloc, Ildefonso, Inc., 123 Dasmarinag

WAREHOUSES IN MANILA

Daido Boeki Kaisha Ltd.. Cristobal
Ker & Company, San Gabriel, Mariila
Ker & Company, 625 Echague, Manila

Macleod & Company, Inc., 136 Marquez
de Comillas, Manila

Public Warehouse Co., M. de Magallanes

BONDED

Asiatic Petroleum Co., Pandacan Manila Wine Merchants, 174 J. Luna

Kuenzle & Streiff, Inc., 239-251 Bar-
raca, Manila

Liggett & Meyers Tobacco, 509 Sales
Luzon Brokerage Co., R, Port District
Luzcri Brokerage Co., Chicago District

PRINCIPAL

American-European Y. M. C. A., 138
Concepcion

Asahi Hotel, 506 Sales, Manila
Azumaya Hotel, 310 Palma, Manila
Baguio Hotel, Baguio, Mt. Province
Bilbao Hotel, Rizal St., Iloilo
Bay View Hotel, Isaac Peral & Dewey

Boulevard

Columbia Hotel, 108 San Luis. Manila
Congress Hotel, 551 M. H; del Pilar
Commercial Club, Legaspi, Albay
Cosmopolitari Hotel, Dumaguete, Or.,

Negros

San Miguel Brewery, 57 Gral. Solano
Socony-Vacuum Corp., Pandacan
Texas Co., Inc., 500 T. Claudio
Union Oil Co., of California, Paridacan

HOTELS

Filipino Hotel, Cebu, Cebu
Fujikawa Hotel, 831 Echague, Manila
Great Eastern Hotel, 203 Echagu'e
International Hotel, Carmelo St., Cebu
Imperial Hotel, 118 Real, Manila
Iloilo Hotel, Plaza Libertad, Iloilo
Renwood Hotel, 1099 R. Hidalgo
Leonard Wood Hotel, 625 Dakota
Loyal Hotel, 948 Azcarraga, Manila
Luneta Hotel, 38 San Luis, Mariila
Malayan Hotel, Lucena, Tayabas
Manila Hotel, Lunteta, Extension
Manhattan Hotel, 1133 M. H. del Pilar


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Cebu Hotel, Comercio St., Cebu
Delmonico Hotel, 278 Grab Luna
De la Torre Hotel, Rizal St., Iloilo
"Dimas Alansg Hotel, 525 Magdalena
Dapat Hotel, North America St., Cebu
New Paris Hotel, 135 Plaza Sta. Cruz
New Chicago Hotel, 613 Rizal Ave.
Nishikawa Hotel, 329 R. Hidalgo
Orienlte Hotel, 121 Real, Manila
Palma de Mallorca Hotel, Real
Plaza Hotel, Plaza Goiti, Manila

Manilakan Hotel, 345 Palma, Manila
Mapalad Hotel, 1060 Azcarraga
Metropole Hotel, 323 P. Gomez, Manila
New Oriental Hotel, 83 M. H. del Pilar
New York Hotel, 106 Real, Manila
Plaza Hotel, Zamboanga, Mindanao
Saint Anthony Hotel, Dakota & Herram
Stag Hotel, R. Hidalgo, Manila
Sinukuan Hotel, 817 Aguilar, Manila
Washington Hotel, 207 Echague
Windsor Hotel, Nebraska & San Luis

PUBLIC LANDING AND STORAGE PLACES

Piers Nos. 3, 5 and 7 and their cargo
sheds, and the Customs House Proper.

INTERISLAND STEAMSHIP COMPANIES

Atlantic Gulf & Pacific Co............

Calatagan Transportation Co...........

Chua Goc Pim & Co.....................

Compania Maritima ....................

Compania Gral. de Tabacos de Filipinas

Dollar Steamship Lines ...............

Everrett, L. Inc......................

Facundo, Irineo ......................

Gallego, Juan ........................

Genato, Juan .........................

Gutierrez Hermanos ...................

Li SeAg Giap & Co.....................

Lizarraga Hermanos ...................

Madrigal & Co.........................

Palanca, Angel C......................

Palawan M/S Inc.......................

Rio y Olabarrieta ....................

Robinson, Ellis Navigation Co.........

Roxas Y Cia...........................

Ruiz y Rementeria ....................

Smith Navigation Co...................

Siy Cong Bieng & Co...................

Tan Pho ..............................

Tabacalera S. S. Co...................

Yangco, Teodoro R.....................

Ynchausti & Co........................

Muelle de la Industria
El Hogar Building, Manila
1032 Cnroprcin. Manila
109 Juan Luna, Manila
212 Marquez de Comillas
24 David, Manila
Masonic Temple, Manila
204 Sevilla, Manila
233 Carriedo, Manila
239 Barcelona, Manila
116 Beater io, Manila
179 M, de Binonldo, Manila
El Hogar Building, Manila
8 M. del Banco National
Barraca, Manila
Uy Chaco Bldg., Manila
701 San Fernando, Manila
24 Escolta:, Manila
719 Echague, Manila
233 Carriedo, Manila
801 M. de la Industria, Manila
123 Juan, Luna, Manila
1032 Comercio, Manila
212 Marquez de Comillas
421 M. de la Industria
Manila Pilots Ass., Bldg.


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TRANSPORTATION FACILITIES AND RATES

Interisland Steamship Passenger Rates:

Manila-Cebu 1st Class 2nd Class 3rd Class
^25.25 W4.40
Manila-Iloilo 21.90 12.50
Manila-Zamboanga 33.40 19.10
Manila-Jolo 34.80 19.90
Manila-Davao 53.50 30.60
Manila-Legaspi 20.00 11.40
Manila-Appari 24.65 14.10

Ocean Steamship Passenger Rates:

Manila-Hongkong ............................ F 75.0Q

Manila-Shanghai ......................................... F 155.00

Manila-Singapore ............................ £ 14.00

Manila-Yokohama ............................ F 225.00

Manila-San Francisco .................................... $ 375.00

Manila-Seattle .......................................... $ 375.00

Manila-New York via Panama ...................... $ 650.00

Manila-New York (across Canada or U. S. A.)______________ $ 625.00

Manila-Marseilles ............................ £ 88.00

Manila-Sydney .......................................... £ 44.15

Manila-Melbourne ............................ £ 46.00

Manila-Brisbane ............................ £ 42.15

Manila-Round the World via Suez ................. $ 1100$ 1250

Manila-London ......................

Manila public ca/i^omata fare.............

Garage auto fare:

Chevrolets, Ford, Overlands and Durant 5

Dodges and Buicks ..................... 5

Hudsons, Nashes and Willys-Knights... 7

Packards .........................lll 7

Half-lioiir trips:

Packards and Hudsons .................. 7 passengers

Dodges ................................ 5

Conventional prices for provincial services.

120 , £ 112 £
M.20 a run ro.60 an hour
passengers.... 1.50 an hour
passengers 2.00 an hour
passengers.... 3.50 an hour
passengers.... 4.00 an hour
passengers.... 2.50
passengers.... 1.50 ' ' t-

Railroad passenger fare:

Manila-Baguio (one way) ............

Manila-Baguio (round trip) .........

Manila-Damortis (single trip) ......

Manila-Damortis (round trip20 days)

Ma^ila-Cabanatuan (single trip) ....

Manila-Cabanatuan (round trip) .....

Manila-Legaspi (one way) ...........

Manila-Legaspi (round trip40 days).

Manila-Tabaco (one way) ............

Manila-Tabaco (round trip40 days)..

1st Class 3rd Class

rt2.11 r 4.83
21.10 8.78
6.66 2.89
11.10 5.36 (10 days>
3.54 1.53
5.90 1.90 (10 days)
22.35 8.74
40.06 16.83
9.04
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STEAMSHIP LINES OPERATING IN THE

Name of Steamship Line Terminal Ports, Routes and Ports -J Sailings
1 2 a 4 s' ""^8 7 3 American Gulf-Orient Line (U. S. Shipping Board M. F. 0.) New Orleans and other Gulf ports to Manila via Panama, Honolulu, Japan and China ports. Monthly
Airwriefin Mail One (President Liners) Seattle, Victoria (B.O.) to Manila via Yokohama, Kobe, Shanghai and Hongkong and return Fortnightly
American Mail One (Traws-Paeific Freight Service) Pacific. Coasts to Manila via Japan ports and return Monthly
American and Manchurian Line New York, Boston and Baltimore to Manila via Suck Canal and Singapore Monthly
American Pioneer On (V. S. Shipping Board M. F. 0.) New York, Boston, Baltimore, Philadelphia and Newport News to Manila via Panama direct. Monthly
Australi an-Ori en tai L in Hongkong to Australia ports via Manila, and return via Manila. Monthly
Bank Line, The (Around the World Service) Atlantic Coast ports to Manila via Panama and San Francisco; returning via China and Suez Monthly
Barber One, The (Outward from Sew York only) New York to Manila via Panama and Los Angeles (Vessels return as Barber Wilhelmsen Line) Fortnightly
~V 10 ii Ta" 13 Barber- Willi elm sen Li n (Returning to Sew York only) Manila to New York via Hongkong, China and Japan ports, Yokohama, S.F..L.A.. & Panama Monthly
B-en Line European ports to Manila via Sues .^retumiag via Hongkong and Japan ports Monthly
Bine Funnel Line (Sew York-Manila Service) New York, Boston and Baltimore to Manila via Panama; returning to New York via Suez Monthly
Blue Funnel Lin (Philippine .Japan Service) Manila and Cebu to Hongkong, Shanghai, Kobe and Yokohama Monthly
Bln 'Funnel Line (European Service) British and North European ports to Manila via Sues and Singapore, Also Japan service
Twice monthly
Canadian Pacific Steamships, Ltd. (Empresses) Vancouver and Victoria, B.C., to Manila via Hoaolnh, Japan ports, Shanghai & Hongkong
fortnightly
China Navigation Company Amoy, China, to Manila and return
15 Every ten days
Dodwell-Castle Line (Retw-ning to New York 'only)
16 17 and way ports (Barber Line outward) Monthly
Dollar Steamship Lines. Inc., Ltd. (Arcnaad the world Presidents) York to Manila via Panama, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Japan & China, returning via Suez
fortnightly
Dollar Steamship Line, Inc., Ltd (New York-Manila Service) 'Tew York to Manila via Havana, Panama, Los An- geles, San Francisco, Honolulu, Japan China
18 "is" Fortnightly
Eastern & Anstraliam Steamship Ob, Ltd, Australian ports to Japan ports via Manila and Houkoug; Tetoing sam rout
Monthly
EHerman Line. The (European .Service) British and north European ports to Manila via Suez and way ports,; returning same route.
20 21 | Monthly
Fern Line, The (Atlantic and Gulf Service) North Atlantic ports and New Orleans to Manila via Panama
Seasonal
Glen Line, Ltd. British and north. European ports to Manila via Suez and way ports,; returning same rout
22 23 Monthly
Hambnrg-Amerika Linie European ports to Manila via Suez and way ports,,, Also!,, Manila^'Ohiiijiiar-Japan Sefvie,, '
Fortnightly
Holland-East Asia Line ( European Servi ee) North European ports to Manila via Suez and way ports, returning same route.
Every four weeks
Holland-East Asia Line Manila, -China, Japan Service) Manila, Hongkong, Shanghai and Japan ports
25 26 Every four weeks
Isthmian Steamship Line (Around the world service) North Atlantic ports to Manila via Panama, and Honolulu, returning via Java and Suez
Monthly

PHILIPPINE ISLANDS FOREIGN TRADE

Class of Service Philippine Ports of Call Manila Agent and Address
General cargo. Deep tanks for coconut oil Manila, Iloilo, C-ehu and out ports L. Everett, Incorporated, Mason! Temple, Manila 1
Mail, passengers, general and refrigerated earg1' I Manila only The Robert Dollar Company, Fort Area,. Manila 2 3~
General cargo- Manila, Iloilo and Cebu The Robert Dollar Company, Fort Area, Manila
Ltd. Passengers, general cargo-. Tanks for oil Manila, Iloilo and Cebu Smith Bell & Co., Ltd., Hongkong Shanghai Bank Building 4
General cargo. Deep tanks for coconut 3. Manila, Iloilo, Cebu and out ports. States Steamship Company, National City Bunk Building, Manila 5
Mail, passengers, general and refrigerated cargo Manila only G. S. Yuill & Co., Ltd., 503-511 Eehagne, Manila 6
Mail general and refrigerated cargo. Tanks tor oil Manila, Iloilo and Cebu Smith, Bell & Co., Ltd., Hongkong, Shanghai Bank Building 7 3
Mail, passengers and. general cargo Manila, Iloilo, Cebu and Le- gaspi Macondray & Company, Inc., China Bank Building, Manila
Mail, pasengers and general cargo,. Deep- oil tanks Manila, Iloilo, Cebu, Davao and out ports Macondray & Company, Inc., China Bank Building, Manila 9
Mail, limited passengers and general cargo- Manila, Cebu and Iloilo Hanson, Orth & Stevenson, Inc,, Uy Chaco Bldg., Manila 10
Mail, passengers and general cargo- Manila, Iloilo, Cebu and Da- vao Hanson Orth & Stevenson, Ltd., Uy Chaco Bldg., Manila 11
Ltd. passengers and genera] cargo Manila and Cebu Hanson Orth & Stevenson, Ltd., Uy Chaco Bldg. Manila 12
Mail, passengers and general cargo Manila, Iloilo and Cebu Smith, Bell & Co., Ltd., Hongkong- Shanghai Bank Building 13
Mail, passengers and general cargo Manila only Canadian Pacigc Railway Co., 14-16 David, Manila 14
Mail, passengers and general cargo- Manila only Smith, Bell & Co., Ltd., Hongkong- Shanghai Bank Building 15
Mail, passengers and general cargo. Tanks for oil Manila, Iloilo, Cebu, Davao and out ports Macondray Company, Inc., China Bank Building, Manila 16
Mail, passengers and general cargo Manila only The Robert Dollar Company, Port Area, Manila 17
Mail, passengers, general and refrigerated cargo Manila only The Robert Dollar Company, Port Area, Manila 18
Mail, passengers and general cargo Manila only Smith Bell & Co., Hongkong-Shanghai Bank Building 19
Limited passengers and gen- eral cargo Manila, Iloilo and Cebu Hanson, Orth & Stevenson, Inc., Uy Chaco Bldg., Manila 20
Mail, passengers and general cargo Manila, Iloilo, Cebu and out ports States Steamship Company, National City Bank Building, Manila 21
Limited passengers and gen- eral cargo Manila and Cebu International Harvester Co., of Phil. Uy Chaco Building, Manila 23
Mail, passengers and general cargo Manila, Cebu occasionally Mehn, Meyer & Co., H. Mij., 227 David, Manila 23
Limited passengers and gen- eral cargo Manila, Iloilo occasionally Eastern & Philippine Ship Agencies Cu Unjieng Building, Manila 24 25
Mail, passengers and general cargo Manila and Iloilo Eastern & Philippine Ship Agencies Cu Unjieng Building, Manila
General cargo Manila, Iloilo, Cebu and Davao International Harvester Co., of Phil. Uy Chaco Building, Manila 28


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STEAMSHIP LINES OPERATING IN THE

Name of Steamship Line Terminal Ports., Routes and Ports Sailings
27 28 Java-China-Japan Line (Celebes and Java Service) Ja va China -Japan Lia (China Service) Java-China-Japan Lin (Japan Service) Manila, Macassar, Bali, Java ports Fortnightly
29 MftrTturnl011gkng Swatow Amy> Shanghai an d Fortnightly
Manila to Japan ports and return Monthly
30 Klavenes Line Pacific Coast ports to Manila. Also Java an Singapore service. Monthly
31 Kokusai Kisen Kaisha Line
U-p^' AtIan^c Ports to Manila and return vi< anama. Calls at San Pedro and Japan port Monthly
32 Li-Min Navigation Company Amoy-Manila direct and return Every ten days Monthly
33 Maersk Line Nepaimma retUrn via Sanah Panama, San Pedro, Japan and China port,
34 Nippon Yusen Kaisha Line (Atlantic-Pacigc Coast Service) New York to Manila via Panama, San Francisco Honolulu; returning via China, Japan & Panam Monthly
35 Nippon Ynsen Kaisha Line (Australia-Manila-Japan Service) JaphinfOrtS \t0 Australian Ports via Manila am China ports; returning same route. Monthly
36 Norddeutscheer Lloyd Line North European ports to Manila via Genoa Sue and way ports, returning via Hongkong & Japar Fortnightly
37 Oceanic & Oriental Navigation Co., San Francisco to Manila via Los Angeles, Hong kong and Indo-China ports g Every three weeks Monthly
38 Osaka Shosen Kaisha Line (Japan-Manila-Australia Serv.) Japan ports to Australian ports via Manila- returning same route
39 Osaka Shosen Kaisha Line (J apan-Philippine ) Jaand return &nd ther PlliliPP^e Port! Fortnightly
40 S/ Shosen Kaisha Line (Manila-Java-Celebes Service) Japan ports to Manila and other Philippine port.' Every two months Fortnightly
41 Prince Line (Round-the-world Service) U-S- -Atlantic-Pacific ports to Manila via Pana ma, returning via Java, Singapore and Suez
42 Rickmers Line Hamburg to Manila via Suez and wayports, re burning via Hongkong, Shanghai & Japan port? Monthly
43 Sabah Steamship Company (Singapore-Zamboanga Service) Singapore to Jolo and Zamboanga via Bornec ports, returning same route Every ten days Fortnightly
44 Silver Line (Kerr Steamship Co.,) (Round-the-world Service) 'Tew York to Manila via Panama & San Francisco Returning via Java, Singapore Colomobo & Sue:
45 Silver-Java-Pacific Line (Direct Pacific Coast Service) ^an Francisco to Manila direct, returning via Honolulu and Los Angeles. (Calcutta service) Monthly
46 States Steamship Company san Francisco and Portland to Manila, return- ing via Philippine ports to Pacific ports Fortnightly
47 Swedish East Asiatic Co., Ltd., mropean and Baltic ports to Manila via Suez, returning via Hongkong, Shanghai & Japan Monthly
48 racoma Oriental Steamship Co., I js Angeles, San Francisco, Tacoma and Seattle to Manila direct Monthly
49 1 Patsuma Kisen Kabushika Kaisha 1 Line forth Atlantic ports and New Orleans to Manila via Panama Seasonal
50 1 Villi. Wilhelmsen (Norwegian I Africa and Australia Line) ' laltic and N. & S. European ports to Manila j via Suez, returning same route. Monthly

PHILIPPINE ISLANDS FOREIGN TRADE(Cont.)

Class of Service Philippine Ports of Call Manila Agent and Address
Mail, passengers and general cargo Manila only Eastern & Philippine Ship Agencies, Cu Unjieng Building, Manila 27
Mail, passengers and general cargo Manila only Eastern & Philippine Ship Agencies, Cu Unjieng Building, Manila 28
Mail, passengers and general cargo Manila and Cebu Eastern & Philippine Ship Agencies, Cu Unjieng Building, Manila 29 '
Passengers, general and re- frigerated cargo Manila and Cebu Smith, Bell & Co., Ltd., Hongkong- Shanghai Bank Building 30
Mail, passengers and general cargo. Oil tanks Manila American Steamship Agencies, Inc., Masonic Temple, Manila 31
Mail, passengers and general cargo Manila only Smith, Bell & Co., Ltd., Hongkong- Shanghai Bank Building 32 .
Mail, passengers and general cargo Manila, Iloilo and Cebu Cia. Gral. de Tabacos de Filipinas, National City Bank Bldg., Manila 33
General cargo Manila, Iloilo and Davao Warner, Barnes & Co., Ltd., Perez Samanillo Building, Manila 34
Mail, passengers and general cargo Manila and Davao Warner, Barnes & Co., Ltd., Perez Samanillo Building, Manila 35
Mail, passengers and general cargo Manila only Zuellig & von Knobelsdorff, 90 Rosa rio, Manila 36
Mail, passengers and general cargo. Oil tanks Manila, Iloilo, Cebu, Legaspi, Zamboanga & Davao States Steamship Company, Nationa' City Bank Building, Manila 37
General cargo Manila, Cebu and Zamboanga Hanson, Orth & Stevenson, Inc. Uy Chaco Building, Manila 38
Mail, passengers and general cargo Manila, Cebu, Zamboanga and Davao Hanson, Orth & Stevenson, Inc. Uy Chaco Building, Manila 39
Mail, passengers and general cargo Manila only 40
Mail, passengers and general cargo Manila, Cebu, Iloilo and Da- vao Warner, Barnes & Co., Ltd., Perez Samanillo Building, Manila 41
General cargo Manila. (Cebu optional) Menzi & Co., Incorporated, 180 Juai Luna, Manila 42
Mail, passengers and general cargo Zamboanga and Jolo Smith, Bell & Co., Ltd., Zamboang; and Jolo 43
General cargo Manila, Cebu and Davao Roosevelt Steamship Agency, U; Chaco Building, Manila 44
Mail, passengers, general and refrigerated cargo Manila only Roosevelt Steamship Agency, U; Chaco Building, Manila 45
Mail, general cargo and deep tanks for oil Manila, Iloilo, Cebu, Zam- boanga and Davao States Steamship Company, Nationa City Bank Building, Manila 46
Mail, passengers aod general cargo Manila and Cebu International Harvester Co., of Phil. Uy Chaco Building, Manila 47
General cargo and deep tanks for coconut oil Manila, Iloilo and Cebu The Robert Dollar Company, Por. Area, Manila 48
Sugar cargo only Manila, Iloilo and out ports P. M. Bennett, Incorporated, 607 In- sular Life Building, Manila 49
Mail, passengers and general cargo Manila and Cebu Macondray & Company, Inc., China Bank Building, Manila 50


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OCEAN FREIGHT RATES ON MOST IMPORTANT PHILIPPINE EXPORTS,
FROM PHILIPPINE ISLANDS PORTS (MANILA)

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Manila-Pacific Coast Ports $ 1.50 Bale (Contract)
Manila-Pacific Coast Ports, Overland delivery $ 1.25 99
Manila-Atlantic Coast Ports $ 2.25 99
Manila-Pacific Coast Ports $ 2.00 ( Non-Contra :t)'
Manila-Pacific Coast Ports, Overland delivery $ 1.75 99 99
Manila-Atlantic Gulf Ports $ 2.75 99 99
Manila-Hongkong and Amoy P 1.50 99 99
Manila-Shanghai P 3.00 99 99
Manila-Japan Ports and Dairen P 2.50 99 99
Manila-Saigon Penang, Bangkok and Singapore P 2.00 99 99
Manila-Batavia, Samarang and Sourabaya.... P 3.00 w 99 99
Manila-Rangoon, Colombo and Calcutta P40.00 20 cwt. 99 99
SUGAR (Cent, or Raw)
Manila-Pacific Coast Ports Manila-Pacific Coast Ports, Overland delivery $ 3.50 $ 20 cwt. (Noai^Contract)]
Manila-Atlantic Gulf Ports $ 6.25 99 99 99
Manila-Hongkong and Amoy P 0.30 Picul 99 99
Manila-Shanghai P 0.40 99 99 99
Manila-Japan Ports and Dairen P 0.45 99 99 99
Manila-Saigonl, Penang, Bangkok and Singapore P 0.45 99 99 99
Manila-Batavia, Samarang and Sourabaya .... P 0.50 99 99 99
Manila-Rangoon, Colombo and Calcutta P 0.70 99 99 99
TOBACCO (Leaf in Bales)
Manila-Pacific Coast Ports $ 7.00 40 cu. ft. (Contract)
Manila-Pacific Coast Ports, Overland delivery $ 5.00 99 99
Manila-Atlantic Gulf Ports $10.00 99 99
Manila-Pacific Coast Ports $ 8.50 99 (Non-Contract)]
Manila-Pacific Coast Ports, Overland delivery $ 6.00 99 99 99
Manila-Atlantic Gulf Ports $12.00 99 99 99
Manila-Hongkong and Amoy P 6.50 99 99 99
Manila-Shanghai P10.00 99 99 99
Manila-Japan Ports and Dairen P10.00 99 99 99
Manila-Saigon, Penang, Bangkok and Singapore P10.00 99 99 99
ManilaBatavia, Samarang and Sourabaya .... P12.50 99 99 99
Manila-Rangoon, Colombo and Calcutta P15.00 99 99 99
COCONUT OIL
Manila-Pacific Coast Ports $ 7.00 20 cwt . (Contract)
Manila-Pacific Coast Ports, Overland delivery $ 7.00 99 99
Manila-Atlantic Gulf Ports $11.00 99 99


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Manila-Pacific Coast Ports ................. $ 8.50

Manila-Pacific Coast Ports, Overland delivery $ 8.50

Manila-Atlantic Gulf Ports.................. $13.00

Manila-Hongkong and Amoy.................... p 8.00

Manila-Shanghai ............................ P10.00

Manila-Japan Ports and Dairen .............. p 9.00

Manila-Saigon, Penang, Bangkok and Singapore P10.00
Manila-Batavia, Samarang and Sourabaya ... P10.00

Manila-Rangoon, Colombo and Calcutta ....... P12.00

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$ 6.00 20 cwt. (Contract)

$ 7.50 (Nori-C on tract)

Manila-Hongkong and Amoy .................. P10.25

Manila-Shanghai ........................... P12.50

Manila-Japan Ports and Dairen ............. P10.00

Manila-Saigon, Penang, Bangkok and Singapore Pl 1.50
Manila-Batavia, Samarang and Sourabaya .... P12.00

Manila-Rangoon, Colombo and Calcutta ...... P14.00

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Manila-Pacific Coast Ports ................... $ 5.00

Manila-Pacific Coast Ports, Overland delivery $ 6.50
Manila-Atlantic Gulf Ports ................... $ 8.00

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Manila-Shanghai ........................... P 9.00

Manila-Japan Ports and Dairen ............. P 8.00

M?nila-Saigon, Penang, Bangkok and Singapore P 9.00
Manila-Batavia, Samarang and Sourabaya .... P10.00

Manila-Rangoon, Colombo and Calcutta ...... P12.50

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Manila-Atlantic Gulf Ports ...............



$13.50 1000 bf. (Contract)
$13.50 :

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Manila-Pacific Coast Ports ................... $14.00

Manila-Pacific Coast Ports, Overland delivery $14.00
Manila-Atlantic Gulf Ports.................... $21.00

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Manila-Shanghai ...........................

Manila-Japan Ports and Dairen .............

Manila-Saigon, Penang, Bangkok and Singapore
Manila-Batavia, Samarang and Sourabaya ...
Manila-Rangoon, Colombo and Calcutta ......

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FINANCIAL STATISTICS

Philippine Currency in Circulation for:

1931 1930

Consolidated Resources of
all Commercial Banks:

January .........

February ........

March ...........

April ...........

May .............

June ............

July ............

August ..........

September .......

October .........

November ........

December ........

1*108,772,6ld'* M.10,701,343

106,838,450

109,511,721

108,954,318

106,521,752

103,466,018

102,208,294

100,366,433

99,702,653

97,020,623

96,328,370

99,046,337

124^766,774

122,612,481

118,151,724

115,542,709

110,194,391

108,591,444

108,234,824

105,867,397

104,744,145

106,205,070

108,463,106

1920 .....

1921 ......

1922 ......

1923 ......

1924 ......

1925 ......

1926 ......

1927 ......

1928 ......

1929 ......

1930 ......

1931 ......

1*431,405,077

380,502,650

326,203,461

338,051,989

280,529,357

263,531,926

245,582,200

256,392,743

272,372,088

272,638,278

262,220,613

235,573,742

Summary of Registration of Domestic Corporations:

1929 1930 1931
Authorized capital 1*55,190,225 Hl,477,350 1*22,134,390
Subscribed capital 15,050,325 16,348,844 9,189,535
Paid up capital 11,868,376 19,489,396 7,425,909

Statement of the Insular Government

Revenues and Expenditures

Revenues Expenditures ls.Ta
1924 1* 80,110,775 1* 90,890,878
1925 ...... 88,506,845 82,770,967 ' i
1926 83,801,854 97,633,642
1927 83,503,188 84,190,298
1928 90,311,320
1929 83,652,523
1930 107,052,441
1931 83,512,422 92,646,417

Gross and Net Indebtedness of the Philippine Government

Year Gross Indebtedness Less-Accumulated Sinking Funds Net Indebtedness
1921 > 77,920,000.00 f* 14,1147509.29 63,805,490.71
1922 143,920,000.00 16,592,945.85 127,327,054.15
1923 148,420,000.00 20,415,716.53 128,004,283.47
1924 152,938,500.00 24,638,123.01 128,300,376.99
1925 160,020,000.00 29,158,359.99 130,861,640.01
1926 164,289,000.00 33,678,319.75 130,610,680.25
1927 167,985,000.00 38,542,811.74 129,442,188.26
1928 175,237,000.00 43,518,211.43 131,718,788.57
1929 177,637,000.00 48,775,180.27 128,861,819.73
1930 172,587,000.00 51,649,712.19 120,937,287.81
1931 173,087,000.00 57,212,920.66 115,874,079.34

Gross Customs Collections, Except Internal Revenue:
1921 ... 1926 1*21,180,194
1922 ... 1927 20,630,540
1923 ... 17,058,562 1928 24,051,151
1924 ... 21,634,609 1929 26,643,979
1925 ... 22,218,920 1930 1931 23,509,937 18,528,485


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FOREIGN CONSULS IN MANILA

Fernan
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ARGENTINE REPUBLIC-

BELGIUMHeX IT. Vand^iHStraotcn', Consul, 50 Escolta, Manila
CHINAHon. K. L. Kwong, Consul-General, China Bank Bldg.

COSTA RICAVicente T. Fernandez, Esq. Consul, 302 S. 0. de. Fernandez Bldg.

CZECHO-SLOVAKIAHen. Leo Schnurmacher, Consul, 61 J. Luna, Manila
DENMARKHon. C. S. Hynes, Acting-Consul, 979 M. de la Industria, Manila
FRANCEHon. C. D. Willoquet, Consul, Perez Samanillo Bldg., Manila
GERMANYHon. E. Rudolph, Consul, Insular Life Bldg.

GREAT BRITAINHon. Thomas Harrington, H. B. M. Consul-General, Fer-
nandez Bldg., Manila

ITALYR. F. Staurenghi, Acting Consul, 625 Paterno Bldg., Manila
JAPANHon. Atsushi Kimura, Consul-General, Insular Life Bldg., Manila
LATVIAMr. Leopoldo R. Aguinaldo, Vice-Consul, Aguinaldo Bldg., Manila
LIBERIAHon. Ricardo Summers, Consul, 793 Sta. Mesa, Manila
MEXICOHon. Eugenio C. Lacayo, Actng Consul, 302 S. O. de Fernandez Bldg.
NETHERLANDSHon. F. Bremer, Acting Consul, 979 M. de la Industria
NICARAGUAHon. Trinidad E. Lacayo, Consul-Gen., 302 S. O. de Fernandez

Bldg., Manila

NORWAYA. W. Robertson, Acting Consul, Chaco Bldg., Manila

PANAMAHon. E. C. Ross, Consul, 817 Taft Ave., Manila

PARAGUAYHon. Juan J. Russell, Consul, M. del Banco Nacional, Manila
PERUHen. Antonio Mellian y Pavia, Consul, 1134 Dewey Boulevard, Manila
PORTUGALHon. J. W. Ferrier, Consul, 12 Escolta, Manila

RUSSIASee France, French Consulate in Charge,

ROUMANIASee France, French, Consulate in Charge,

SIAMHon. E. A. Perkins, Consul, P. 0. Box 760, Manila

SPAINHon. Luis Arino, Consul General, Casa de Espaha, Manila
SYRIASee France, French Consulate in Charge,

SWEDENHon. A. G. Henderson, Consul, Chaco Building, Manila
SWITZERLANDHon. Albert Sidler, Consul, 629 Rizal Ave., Manila
TURKEYConsul for Spain in Charge,

UNITED STATES OF AMERICAInsular Collector of Customs, Acting Consul
VENEZUELAHon. Albert P. Delfino, Consul, 1310 California, Manila


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INFORMATION FOR EXHIBITORS

As usual the 1933 Carnival City is so arranged that concession lots are made
available all around the Carnival City and in the Midway. These lots are appro-
priate for shows, amusements, restaurants refreshment parlors and exhibits of
commercial and industrial firms. Those at the sides are ordinarily 6 x 20 meters
each, and are rented to concessionaires and exhibitors from 1*200.00. to ^=250.00
each. The midway lots are not uniform in size and rental rates will be given
upon request. However, before the lots are disposed of at the regular rates,
they are first opened for competitive bids and the highest bidder for any of them
obtains the particular lot desired. No bids are considered which are below the
regular rates above mentioned. The Philippine Carnival Association constructs
the facades without cost to the exhibitors. The construction! of the necessary
buildings, booths, partitions, etc. are done by, and at the expense of, the con,
cessionaires.

At the south and southwest sides of the Auditorium is the Main Commercial
and Industrial Fair site. Herfe' exhibitors may display their goods in booths,
3 x 5 meters, constructed by the Philippine Carnival Association!, which are rented
to exhibitors at 1*150.00 each, the decoration and lighting of the same to be done
bv and at the expense of the exhibitors. If desired, exhibitors may rent lots in
the midway of the exposition site and erect their own build;n!gs in conformity
with their own nlans, approved by the Canival Architect. The charges for such
lots will be given upon application.

Concessionaires and exhibitors in the Carnival City will be furnished the
usual water and lighting services as well as electric current for power purposes
at reasonable rates.

Fire and police protection are provided by the City of Manila, and the Phi-
lippine Carnival Association employs fire and police vigilance committees and
watchmen. Insurance on exihbits can be arranged for at prevailing rates. In!
the 1932 Carnival, the rate of premium was 2 1/2 %. Application for insurance
of exhibits should be submitted promptly to the Seretary-Treasurer of the Philip*
pine Carnival Association.

If an exhibitor living in! the United States or any foreign country has no
agent in Manila, he should consign his exhibits to the Philippine Carnival Asso-
ciation which will take charge of its display and employ a reliable person for a
reasonable sum to take charge of the exhibits at the exhibitors expenses and
following his instructions. A deposit of at least $250.00, U. S. Currency, per unit
of 3 x 5 meters taken should be made for payment of the nleicessary expenses.
Any unexpended amount will be returned to the exhibitor.

Exhibits of dutiable goods will be admitted under bond without payment of
duty. Allowance should be made for cargo handling, storage and drayage
charges.

It is desired that exhibitors emphasize order-taking and sales-making efforts
by those in charge of exhibits.

Applications for exhibit spaces in the Commercial and Industrial Fair should
be addressed to the Philippine Carnival Association and should reach it on or
before January 15th 1933. Exhibitors in the United Estates should bear in mind
that it usually takes 20 days for a letter from San Francisco, California, to
reach Manila.

Remittance of the full amount of charges for rent of the desired space should
accompany the application! and should be made payable to the Philippine Carnival
Association.

At the close of the Commercial and Industrial Fair, all exhibits consigned to
the Philippine Carnival Association will be stored at the expenses of the respec-
tive exhibitors, pending their instructions.


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