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Manila Carnival Commercial and Industrial Fair

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Philippine Carnival Association
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1926-
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MANILA CARNIVAL
COMMERCIAL AND INDUSTRIAL FAIR
1935 FEBRUARY 16TH TO MARCH 3RD 1935


An Invitation
To our Policyholders!
While in Manila for the Carnival
we suggest you visit us and have
our Medical Department give you
the Annual Free Medical Exam-
ination to which all Filipinas
Policyholders are entitledCome
any week day between 8:30 A. M.
or 10:00 A. M.
We shall be glad to see you
Filipinas Life Assurance Co.
Filipinas Bldg. Manila Tel. 22-33-1


PHILIPPINE CARNIVAL ASSOCIATION
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PRIZE CUPS
TROPHIES
MEDALS
OF ANY SIZE
ANY DESIGN
and for ANY EVENT
are our SPECIALTY
Let us show you our large
assortment, which is
always complete. .
Engraving of dedications
is done right in our own
shops and we are prepared
to execute special designs
and according to given
specifications. .
LA ESTRELLA DEL NORTE
LEVY HERMANOS, INC.
46-50 ESCOLTA
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MANILA
ILOILO
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, COMMERCIAL HANDBOOK
The 1935 CARNIVAL
will mean much more to
you if you remember it with
an EVERSHARP DORIC
Gold-Seal Fountain Pen/
Thus you can cherish the memory of this
year's Carnival for Life!
For this pen comes to you, complete, not
only with your name engraved in gold, and
with all the proved advantages, the refine-
ments and niceties of pen-making built into
it,but also with our guarantee for its
satisfactory operation as long as you Live!
Fourteen graded nibs, and
Four favorite pearl colors from which to
choose
And it's priced at no higher than an or-
dinary standard Fountain Pen.
On these liberal terms if you wish:
P2 DOWN
(Balance in 3 months)
Write or see us now for Contract Form
PHILIPPINE EDUCATION CO.
101 Escolta, Manila
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PHILIPPINE CARNIVAL ASSOCIATION
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INFORMATION FOR EXHIBITORS
As usual the 1935 Carnival City is so arranged that concession lots are made available
all around the Carnival City and in the Midway. These lots are appropriate 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 concession-
aires and exhibitors from P200.00 to P250.00 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 concessionaires.
At the south and southwest sides of the Auditorium is the Main Commercial and Indus-
trial Fair site. Here exhibitors may display their goods in booths, 3x5 meters, constructed
by the Philippine Carnival Association, which are rented to exhibitors at P150.00 each,
the decoration and lighting of the same to be done by and at the expense of the exhibitors.
If desired, exhibitors may rent lots in the midway of the exposition site and erect their
own buildings in conformity with their own plans, approved by the Carnival 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 Philippine Car-
nival Association employs fire and police vigilance committees and watchmen. Insurance
on exhibits can be arranged for at prevailing rates. In the 1933 Carnival, the rate of pre-
mium was 2-1/2%. Application for insurance of exhibits should be submitted promptly
to the Secretary-Treasurer of the Philippine 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 Association which will take charge
of its display and employ a reliable person for a reasonable sum to take charge of the exhibits
at the exhibitor's 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 necessary
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 addres-
sed to the Philippine Carnival Association and should reach it on or before January 21st,
1935. Exhibitors in the United States 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 Phil-
ippine Carnival Association will be stored at the expenses of the respective exhibitors,
pending their instructions.




PHILIPPINE CARNIVAL ASSOCIATION
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FOUR OF A KIND
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, COMMERCIAL HANDBOOK
Definitely
"it's the place to go'
THE MANILA HOTEL
The Aristocrat of the Orient
To say that you stopped at the Manila Hotel marks you
at once as a discriminating, well-experienced traveler who
knows and appreciates the gift of gracious living which
this hotel offers. Critical travelers stay at the Manila
Hotel and direct their friends to it because here they are
sure of
courteous, punctilious service
an indescribably delicious cuisine for which the Manila
Hotel is famous
guaranteed comfort and sanitation in the Orient
cool, quiet, high-ceilinged rooms (all outside) with
tub and shower in every room
nightly dances in the open-air Pavilion facing historic
Manila Bay
music by Tirso and his orchestra, the best in the
Far East
The Tropics at its Best
Rates quite in keeping with Modern Ideas of Economy
American or European Plan
H. C. ("ANDY") ANDERSON, Managing Director

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PHILIPPINE CARNIVAL ASSOCIATION
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THE PHILIPPINE CARNIVAL ASSOCIATION
MANILA, P. I.
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HONORARY OFFICERS |
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| HON. MANUEL L. QUEZON |
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SI First Vice-President Second Vice-President IS
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IS MR. FELIPE BUENCAMINO MR. J. R. SHAW IS
| HON. JORGE B. VARGAS MR. JAMES KING STEELE
ffl JUDGE M. V. DEL ROSARIO MR. VICENTE BAUTISTA ffl
HON. JUAN POSADAS, Jr. HON. EULOGIO RODRIGUEZ
| HON. MELECIO ARRANZ MR. GERONIMO SANTIAGO |
ffl MR. H. M. CAVENDER MR. JACOBO ZOBEL tS
ffl MR. L. R. AGUINALDO HON. ATSUSHI KIMURA ffl
| MR. ISAAC BARZA HON. MIGUEL ESPINOS Y BOSCH |
ffl HON. T. I. DUNN ffl
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ffl MR. ARSENIO N. LUZ HON. SERAFIN MARABUT ffl
ffl Director-General Secretary-Treasurer ffl
| MR. M. P. DE VEYRA MR. ADRIANO RODENAS |
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g MR. AMANDO BOLAftO T AVAfr, g
In charge of the Provincial Partici- MR. FORTUNATO E. JAYME ffl
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1 MR. CARLOS A. BARRETTO MR. GABRIEL DAZA 1
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Page
AbacaProduction, Exportation and Ex-
porters. Cordage Factories........................18-19
Almaciga..............................................................35
Automobile Accessories and Parts of..........37
Bagoong Dealers................................................41
Banks....................................................................62
Beads, Pearl........................................................35
Bed Manufacturers............................................41
Billiard and Pool Table Manufacturers.... 41
Blacksmiths.............................41
Boat Builders......................................................41
Box Manufacturers..........................................41
Breweries..............................................................42
Brick and Tile Manufacturers........................42
Brokers................................................................73-75
Building and Loan Associations....................42
Buntal Fiber Exporters and Dealers...... 34
Business and Financial Review of the Philip-
pines During the First Six Months of 1934 15
Button Manufacturers......................................42
Candle Manufacturers......................................42
Cap Makers........................................................42
Capital of Corporations....................................34
Cars, Carriages and Vehicles..........................37
Car and Carriage Makers................................43
Carnival Badges Manufacturers. ...............43
Carnival Officers for 1934-1935......................7
Carpenters............................................................43
Cassava Starch Factory..................................43
Cement Dealers..................................................43
Chambers of Commerce..................................61
Chocolate and Coffee........................................43
Cigar Factories in Manila..............................28
Cigar and Cigarette Manufacturers..............44
Cigar and Cigarette Exporters......................27-28
Coal Dealers.............................................44
Coconut and Cococonut ProductsProduc-
tion and Exportation....................................29
Coconut Oil Factories......................................30
Consuls in Manila.................... 86
Consolidated Resources of all Commercial
Banks................................................................84
Comb Manufacturers................... 44
Comparative Sugar Production of the Phil-
ippines for 1932-33 and 1931-32 Crops.. 26
Cordage Factories........................................19
Corporations Registered....................................84
Customs Collection............................................85
Distilleries, Alcohol and Liquors....................45
Dry Docks..........................................................45
Egg Dealers.............................................45
Elemi....................................................................35
EmbroideriesExportation, Manufacturers
and Exporters................................................32
Engravers............................................................45
Exhibitors, Information for............................3
Exports of the Philippine Islands (Chart)
for 1933............................................................17
Facts and Figures About the Philippines.... 12
Fertilizer Manufacturers..................................45
Fish Net Manufacturers..................................45
Firearms and Ammunitions............................37
Foreign Consuls..................................................86
Foreign Coins and their Equivalent in P.I.
currency............................................................60
Foreword...................................9
Foundries...............................................45
Fruit Juices and Extracts................................35
Fruit Preserves Factories................................46
Gold and Silversmith........................................46
Grease and Lubricating Dealers....................40
Groceries..............................................................38
Gum Copal..........................................................35
Harness and Leather Goods............................46
Hats......................................................................33
Hat Blockers......................................................46
Hotels..................................................................46
Ice Manufacturers..............................................46
Indebtedness of the Philippine Government 85
Industrialization of the Philippines Main
Feature of 1935 Carnival............................11
Industrial Establishments in Manila............41
Ink Dealers........................................................47
Insurance Companies....................62-66
Interisland Steamship Companies..................47
Imports of the Philippine Islands ((Chart)
for 1933............................................................36
Page
Knotted Abaca Exporters................................19
Lamp Dealers....................................................47
Lamp Shades......................................................35
Lard and Butter Manufacturers....................30
Leather and Leather Goods............................37
Lime Mamifacturers..........................................47
Lithographers......................................................47
Lumbang Oil Dealers........................................47
Lumber................................................................31
Lumber Exporters................... . 31
Macaroni and Vermicelli Manufacturers.. 47
Machine Shops..................................................48
Manila Carnival Beats the Depression.... 10
Manufacturers' Agents......................................40
Marble Work Shops and Sculptors..............48
Meat and Dairy Products ............................38
Mining Companies...................... o8-59
Musical Instruments..........................................39
Musical Instrument Repairers........................48
Nickel Plating Shops........................................48
Newspapers and Publications............. 67-72
Ocean Freight Rates on Most Important
Philippine Exports..............................82-?n
Oil and Desiccated Coconut............................30
Oil, Gasoline and Greases................................40
Other Products..................................................3o
Paint Dealers......................................................38
Paper Dealers.........................- 38
Paper and Manufacturers of..........................38
Paper Box Manufacturers..............................48
Pearl Beads Exporters......................................35
Pearl Buttons......................................................35
Philippine Currency in Circulation................84
Philippine Embroideries....................................32
Philippine Hand Woven HatsExportation,
Manufacturers and Exporters.............33
Philippine Lumber IndustryExportation
and Exporters................................................31
Plumbers..............................................................48
Pomade and Toilet Articles............................49
Poultry Supply Dealers....................................49
Real Estate........................................................49
Remnants Importers..........................................38
Reptile Skin Good Manufacturers..............49
Revenues and Expenditures of the Insular
Government....................................................85
Rice Exporters..................................................35
Rice Flour Factories........................................49
Rice Mill Operators......................49
Rope and Twine Manufacturers....................49
Rubber Dealers..................................................35
Rubber Plantations............................................49
Rubber Shoe Factories....................................60
Rubber Stamp Manufacturers........................60
Sailmakers............................................60
Sawmills..............................................................52-57
Sculptors..............................................................48
Shell Craft Manufacturers..............................50
Shirt Factories....................................................50
Soap Factories....................................................50
Sporting Goods Dealers....................................39
Steamship Lines and Agencies........................76-79
Sugar Exports of the Philippines for the
Last Fifteen Years........................................-21
Sugar IndustryHistory and Development 20
SugarProduction and Exportation. Ex-
porters and Sugar Centrals........................21-22
Sugar Mills..........................................................24
Telegraph and Cable Companies....................51
TobaccoIts Problems and Place in the
World's Trade.........................................27
Tobacco and Tobacco Manufacturers.... 27-28
Toy Manufacturers............................................51
Toyo Sauce Manufacturers..............................51
Transportation Facilities and Rates..............80-81
Trunk Manufacturers........................................51
Umbrella Manufacturers..................................51
Vegetable Oil Factories....................................51
Vegetable and Fruit Dealers..........................51
Vinegar Dealers..................................51
Walking Stick Manufacturers........................51
Weights and Measures Manufacturers..........51
Wheat Flour Dealers........................................40
Wine and Liquors..............................................40
Window Sash and Door Makers....................51
Ylang-Ylang Oil Manufacturers......................51


PHILIPPINE CARNIVAL ASSOCIATION
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FOREWORD
GET THE CARNIVAL SPIRIT! The Dream City of 1935 is about to open wide
its doors. To a gloomy world it offers its healing light; to those whose hearts are burdened
with sorrow, with the uneasiness under the depression, all sorts of entertainments and
amusements; to those looking for the exotic, for the beautiful, its impressive parades and
colorful pageants, its exquisite and fantastic shows.
The carnival management proposes to make this year's festival the best and biggest
ever, giving new features and novelties that will linger long in the memory of all. It will
be a city of unbounded mirth and enjoyments; it will detach one from the world of reality,
of sorrow and of anxiety. There will be plenty of mirth and laughter; funs and frolic,
and all sorts of innocent pastime and amusements; of riotous colors and exquisite and
fantastic shows and sights; impressive and colorful pageants and parades; scholastic, music
and beauty contests: in short all those things that will make man, woman, and child forget
their worries and their anxieties. The carnival management has ransacked the famous
show places of the world to offer you the last word in entertainment. It has brought
new features for the delectation of amusement seekers from show places of the Orient
and from the Century of Progress Exposition in Chicago. There will be a world of beautiful
things, of informative and educational value that you can not afford to miss.
With the generous cooperation of the Bureau of Commerce, this COMMERCIAL
HANDBOOK is again issued by the Philippine Carnival Association in order to promote
local and foreign trade and the development of the numerous industries of the country.
The usefulness of this small booklet for business men and traders, manufacturers and
merchants has been acknowledged by its numerous subscribers and readers here and abroad,
which fact, we believe, is a sufficient justification for its continued publication. Reliable
information about this country, its principal industries are found on its pages, besides a
classified directory of local exporters and importers, manufacturers, etc.
The Philippine Carnival Association does not guarantee the solvency of any firm
fisted in the directory but it has tried in every way possible to include only firms that are
reputed to be reliable.
We shall appreciate it if the Association will be informed of any business resulting
in the use of the data and information given in these pages.
Grateful appreciation is due to the Statistics Division of the Department of Agri-
culture and Commerce, which had liberally, as in the past, supplied the facts and figures
embodied in this handbook.
ARMY----UNIFORMS N AV Y
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YEARLY ATTENDANCE
1509.......97,000 1915......202,000
191 0......105,000 1914......147,000
191 1......157,000 1915......163,000
191 2......165,0 0 0 1916......170,00 0
1922.. .'i..336,70 0 1926...... 357,696
1923... 402,125 1927......407,619
1924.. 454,252 1929......708,959
1925____: .446.06 7 1930......542,601
DEgr.OTAOftiCULIUfit SCOMMEfrCE, Statistics Division.__


....560,000

1021. ... ,467,412
. ..,467,920
... ,455,170
1934.. ...4-74,945
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Million People
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3 Yearlq Attendance
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THE MANILA CARNIVAL BE \TS THE DEPRESSION
Defying all economic and natural laws, the Manila Carnival continues in its uphill
progress and stands as a challenge to a depressed world. While from all sides we hear of
decreased sales, dwindling patronage and discouraging results, the Manila Carni /al has
steadily forged ahead in spite of adverse conditions and has registered an increased attendance
every year which proves that, with the use of proper methods and an unshakable faith
in the success of any undertaking, one can safely steer away from the rocks and shoals
of the present economic depression.
The above chart graphically shows the increasing attendance in the Manila Carnival
during past years. It is a healthy and sure sign that the people not only realize the mul-
tiple benefits derived from the industrial and commercial fair in the form of increased
knowledge of every day progress but also reveal their psychological reactions to any clean,
sane, and wholesome pleasure.
To keep in step with the changing whims of carnival goers, the management of the
1935 Manila Carnival will feature the best that have been exhibited in previous carnivals
such as the insular and provincial exhibits as well as new forms of pleasure and entertainment
intended to change a gray-haired man of sixty-six into a fun-loving boy of six.
Free
Examina tion
and
Consultation
THE PHILIPPINE COMMONWEALTH STUE
Acebedo Optical Company
428 Rizal Ave. Tel. 2-68-65
427 Estero Cegado
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A Provincial Booth in the Commercial and Industrial Exposition
INDUSTRIALIZATION OF THE PHILIPPINES MAIN
FEATURE OF 1935 CARNIVAL
Carnivals and fairs have been organized in practically every country or community
in the world. Some have made history; but others, like soap bubbles, have disappeared,
leaving nothing, not even a bruise on the fringe of the revelers' happy recollections. Fleet-
ing across our calendar they come and soon are completely forgotten. This is so, because
they lack something, some important raison d'etre without which they would be but empty
institutions that are not worth the patronage of the people. The Manila carnivals have
proved among the notable exceptions of their kindevery year they grow bigger and better;
every succeeding carnival, more pompous and popular. The reason is not far to seek.
It has become an institution of great utility to the country, a builder of the national indus-
trial edifice. From the time it was organized in 1908 until last year more than 8,000,000
people have crashed its gates, revelling in wild abandon but at the same time they have
become more chastened with the greater knowledge of the things in their own country.
It must be admitted that the original and primordial purpose of the Manila carnival
was to provide the people with a place for relaxation and amusement, and also to infuse
democratic spirit in wholesome revelry among them. Years ago the purpose of the institu-
tion has been mainly directed towards the development of the local commerce and industries
and towards giving the people an opportunity to witness the changing economic structure
of the country. The exposition feature of the carnivals has thus become its more important
activity. The yearly insular and provincial expositions occupying a greater portion of the
carnival grounds, by exhibiting the progress of our industries, have been so productive of
good results that many of the products, many of the articles now passing through our trade
channels, can be attributed to it. The yearly participation of the insular and provincial
governments and a legion of business firms and manufacturers are in themselves an index
of the usefulness and utility of the commercial and industrial exposition of the Manila
carnival. Most people now go to the carnivals to see what new things the provinces have
to offer for sale, to see things exhibited that can be improved, hence, the Manila carnivals
have become a factor in the industrialization of the country.
The steady line that raises to a majestic height as shown in the graph above indicates
the increasing number of happy and contented people that attended the previous annual
carnivals. And the solid rock that rises beneath it indicates the progress of industrializa-
tion that has been achieved through the medium of the industrial and commercial exposition.
This graph indicates that the millions of people that have crashed the gates of the carnival,
commercial and industrial fairs are keen in the industrialization movement. For this


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reason, the Manila carnival is making the "exposition" feature the most important phase
of its activity. The fair facilitates business contacts between the Manila and provincial
manufacturers with the consuming public and with the distributors who flock to it during
the hectic forthnight. The manufacturers of the country greatly encouraged by the amount
of their sales are improving their products and producing a greater varietv of them.
The 1935 carnival is again emphasizing the exposition feature and every effort is being
exerted to put up a more diverse and comprehensive exhibition of the agricultural and com-
mercial achievements of the country. The 1935 carnival will be an epitome of the economic
progress achieved during the last 36 years of American occupation. It will show a country
that is ready in every respect to live an independent existence.
FACTS AND FIGURES ABOUT THE PHILIPPINES
LOCATION, AREA AND POPULATION
The Philippine Islands lie to the southeast of Asia, and are situated between 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
12,849,550.
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 estimate present population of about 384,220. 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 resources of the Far 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, .vet 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 Yokohama, 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 world's 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
New Orleans, via Panama..........10,793
New York, via Panama..............11,364
New York, via Suez....................11,521
Panama, direct..............................9,347
Panama, via Honolulu................9,452
Philadelphia, via Panama............11,336
Port Said........................................6,399
2 952 Saigon (Indo-China)....................907
L880 Sandakan (Borneo)........................573
7^921 ^an Francisco, direct....................6,221
L501 San Francisco, via Honolulu... 6,858
631 San Francisco, via Honolulu-
4,767 Guam..........................................6,929
4,838 Seattle.........................................5,943
1,569 Shanghai.........................1,162
9,618 Singapore........................................1,370
9,656 Suez..............................6,311
6,530 Svdnev..........................................3,967
1,233 Taku (Port of Tientsin)..............1,726
7,923 Tsingtau..........................................1,420
4,528 Vladivostok.........................1,912
1,306 Wellington (New Zealand)..........4,893
Naples....................... 7,569 Yokohama....................1,757
Colombo (Ceylon).
Darwin, Port (Australia).
Genoa, via Malta-Suez. .
Guam..................
Hongkong..............
Honolulu, direct........
Honolulu, via Guam....
Kobe..................
Liverpool, via Suez.....
London, via Suez.......
Los Angeles, direct......
Macassar (Celebes)......
Marseille, via Suez.....
Melbourne. ...........
Nagasaki.
DISTANCES BETWEEN MANILA AND PRINCIPAL PHILIPPINE PORTS
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. ,
540
357
353
354
459
373
512


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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 accommodated 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 in 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.
During 1933, 915 vessels berthed alongside the Philippine Government piers at the
port of Manila. They brought into this port a total cargo of 1,034,881.17 tons, of which
587,110.6 tons were discharged onto these piers and the rest on lighters at shipside. During
the same year 1933, the total number of foreign vessels which berthed on all the piers was
559, as compared with 492 during the previous year. Besides these piers, these are covered
and open deck lighterage available for general cargo. Most of the 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 alongside their wharves steamers, can load and unload
theii cargo with perfect safety. There 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 Philippine is preeminently an agricultural country with an area of about 30,000,-
000 hectares. Of this amount only about 4,219,000 hectares are under cultivation, 17,-
000,000 hectares are covered with forests, 5,600,000 are grass and open land, 600,000 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 1933 amounted to about P284,691,000. From the
forest 1,085,000 cubic meters of commercial timber were cut, over 189,000 cubic meters of
which worth P2,537,000 were exported in 1933 while the rest was consumed locally. It
is estimated that the total stand of commercial timber in these forests 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 384,220, P6,000,000 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 surveys made by the
Bureau of Science, total iron are reserves in the deposits, found in the provinces of Surigao,
Bulacan and Camarines Norte, is 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 of Bulacan, Cebu, Palawan, Mindoro, Masbate and Mindanao.
Gold is also found in many parts of the Philippines.
MANUFACTURING INDUSTRIES
An increased development of the manufacturing industries in the Philippines 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 in the Islands 3,259 industrial establishments with an aggregate capital of f*53,159,-
580.00, the cost of materials used were P25,049,452.00 and the total value of production
amounted to P41,700,215.00. In 1918, or 15 years later, the number of establishments
increased to 8,354, the aggregate capital was P222,473,592.00, the cost of materials used
P160,877,154.00, and the total value of products amounted to P356,094,433.00.


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TRANSPORTATION AND COMMUNICATION
Various means of conveyances overland and many interisland steamers form the
domestic transportation facilities of the Philippines. At the end of the year 1933, there
were engaged in the coastwise trade 767 steam and 1,675 sailing vessels. Besides these,
there were 927 harbor crafts for inland water transportation. At the end of the year 1932,
1,168,527 kilometers of railroad lines were in operation in the Islands. In the City of
Manila, and nearby province Rizal, the Manila Electric Co., maintains an electric car
service, the total extent of its lines being about 81.04 kilometers and operating about 154
cars. Motor vehicles, numbering about 24,865 automobiles, 15,237 trucks and 554 motor
cycles were in operation during the year 1933. During the same year 1933, the total
extension of first class roads was 8,504.5 kilometers; second class roads,^ 4,661 kilometers;
and third class roads, 2,218.2 kilometers. There were in operation during the year 1933,
988 postoffices, 520 telegraph offices including wireless stations and cable offices, and about
23,252 telephone instruments all over the Islands.
LABOR
There is a sufficient number of laborers in the Philippines. In fact, the Census of 1918
shows that there were registered 543,213 laborers of whom only an average of 64>150 were
regularly employed in agricultural, commercial, transportation and manufacturing in-
dustries. The alleged insufficiency of laborers, therefore, may be attributed to the massing
of population 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 P245,132,905 for 1932 to 1*260,786,180.51 for 1933. 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
pesos denominations. On December 31, 1933, the total circulation was 1*99,942,688 as
compared with P88:442,235 for 1932. 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 De-
cember 31, 1933, was 1*113,102,750.22, as compared with 1*120,111,614,72 for 1932.
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC TRADE
The value of our trade for 1933 reached 1*360,903,628 compared with 1*349,466,331 for
the previous year.
The domestic trade of the Philippines consists of the distribution of imported articles,
the selling of native products to consumers and the collecting of export products for foreign
markets.
1931 1932 1933
TOTAL TRADE........................ P406,301,585 1*349,466,331 360,993,628
Principal Imports:
Cotton and its manufactures..................33,523,243 31,157,651
Iron and steel manufactures........---- 26,729,765 19,980,053 17,891,509
Oils................................ 19,895,323 14,574,506 10,777,703
Meat and Dairy Products............. 12,150,885 8,128,254 7,622,467
Breadstuffs, other than Rice.......... 8,082,744 6,014,419 6,103,500
Papers and manufactures of.......... 6,516,224 5,529,333 4,860,537
Fish-and fish products............... 2,593,309 1,837,970 1,978,344
Rice................................ 1,194,858 998,690 1,458,120
All other articles.................... 77,459,516 58,681,421 67,511,327
Total Imports..........................................1*198,357,437 1*158,790,170 1*149,361,523
Principal Exports:
Sugar..........................99,926,210 119,603,769 128,666,851
Coconut Oil.............................30,070,644 15,302,287 18,339,645
Tobacco products........................................14,841,675 12,800,118 10,355,787
Copra...............................18,300,808 10,266,454 17,912,057
Manila Hemp.........................17,885,813 10,031,204 13,747,719
Embroideries (Cotton and silk)...... 5,314,259 6,699,649 3,798,631
Copra Meal..................................................3,041,605 2,107,333 2,115,107
Maguey........................................................538,750 279,904 397,678
All other articles. .....................................18,024,384 22,585,443 16,208,630
Total Exports..................... 1*207,944,148 R190,676.161 1*211,542,105


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BUSINESS AND FINANCIAL REVIEW OF THE PHIL-
IPPINES DURING THE FIRST SIX MONTHS OF 1934
By JOSE PALARCA
Assistant Statistician, Department of Agriculture and Commerce
Events which have transpired during the first six months of the current year have
justified the optimism expressed at the beginning of the year that the clouds of depression
are beginning to dissipate. General improvement has been noted both in our foreign as
well as in our domestic trade.
Improvement in Foreign Trade
Available figures show that during the first six months of 1934 there has been noted
an increase of 22 per cent in our foreign trade as against that of the same period of last
year and 24 per cent over that of 1932. Exports during the period under review increased
22 per cent over those of 1933 and 41 per cent over those of 1932.
Principal Exports
Of the fifteen principal exports of the Philippines, sugar during the first six months
of 1934 showed an increase of 21 per cent over that of 1933 and 53 per cent over that of
1932; abaca showed a gain of 61 per cent over our exports in 1933; copra increased by 8
per cent over that of 1933 and 72 per cent over that of 1932; while our tobacco and its manu-
factures registered an increase of 21 per cent over that of 1933; desiccated and shredded
coconuts showed an increase of 59 per cent over that of 1933 and 45 per cent over that of
1932; lumber and timber registered an increase of 126 per cent over those of 1933 and 88
per cent over those of 1932; cordage showed a gain of 119 per cent over the exports of 1933
and 112 per cent over those of 1932; hats increased by 78 per cent over the exports of 1933
and 88 per cent over those of 1932; molasses and syrup showed the biggest increase by show-
ing a tremendous gain of 233 per cent over the corresponding period of 1933. Of the fifteen
principal exports during the period under review twelve registered increases and only em-
broidery, coconut oil and copra meal showed a decline of 3 per cent, 7 per cent, and 3 per
cent, respectively, below those of 1933.
Principal Imports
The same signs of increased activity has been reflected in our imports. Of the thirteen
principal imports, cotton goods during the first six months of the present year increased
by 6 per cent over those of the same period of last year. Iron steel showed a gain of 52
per cent over imports of 1933 and 21 per cent over those of 1932; mineral oil increased by
29 per cent over those of 1933; paper and its manufactures have likewise increased by 43
per cent over 1933 and 22 per cent o\er those of 1932; silk and its manufactures showed an
increase of 16 per cent over chose of 1933 and 2 per cent over those of 1932; automobiles
and trucks continued th^ir upward movement by registering a gain of 40 per cent over
1933; dairy products showed a gain of 13 per cent over those of 1933 and 70 per cent over
those of 1932; fiber vegetables and other manufactures also registered a gain of 39 per cent
over those of 1933; wheat flour has also increased by 23 per cent; electrical machineries
by 32 per cent over those of 1933; fertilizer and natural chemicals have likewise showed
a gain of 48 per cent over those of 1933 and 20 per cent over those of 1932; tobacco and its
manufactures have also shown an increase importation of 68 per cent over those of 1933;
india rubber and its manufactures registered a gain of 54 per cent over those of 1933 and
67 per cent over those of 1932.
Finance and Domestic Trade
The upward climb of business activity as noted in our foreign trade has likewise been
reflected in our. domestic trade. In the field of finance, while the general index has not
appreciably increased over the figures of 1932, yet an improvement has been noted during
the first half of the year by an increase of 5 points over those of 1933; bank debits to in-
dividual accounts as measured by commercial check payments, while still below normal,
however, showed an increase of 11 points compared with that of 1933 and 10 points over
that of 1932. The upward movement of this item in our index indicates that the people
are beginning to loosen their purse-strings and points to a restoration of that confidence
which characterized transactions in the field before the beginning of the depression in latter
part of 1929. The index in monetary circulation showed an upward climb of 9 points over
the first six months of 1933 and 7 points over the index for 1932. While monetary circula-
tion is still 19 points below normal, yet the increase which has been registered during the
year has strengthened the belief that bottom has been reached in 1932. The biggest increase
in the field of finance has been registered in our corporate investments where an increase
of 65 points was noted over the investments of 1933. This increase has specially been
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16 , COMMERCIAL HANDBOOK
and which continued to attract capital up to the present. While bank loans and over-
drafts have decreased by 6 points below that of 1933 and 9 points below that of 1932, this
circumstance, however, does not show that there is less money for bank loans. As a matter
of fact, banks have so much money in their vaults that only a few months ago they have
reduced their rates of interest on fixed deposits in view of the fact that there is not enough
field to which the money in their vaults may be profitably invested. The existence of so/
much idle capital in the possession of the banks presents a very interesting subject of dis-
cussion. A deeper analysis, however, of this situation presents a problem which must be
met by the Philippine Legislature. The crux of the situation lies in the attraction of this
dormant capital into the channels of trade and industry. Already there are signs that
the Philippine Legislature as well as the administration are not asleep in this regard. The
announcement of the Administration as well as the indorsement of our leaders in the govern-
ment to maintain a balanced budget at all cost has given our business men, capitalists and
investors an increased confidence in the months yet to come. The message of President
Quezon which strikes a new keynote in our economic development has likewise bolstered
such confidence. The trend of the bills presented in the Tenth Philippine Legislature
has likewise lent confidence in the desire of our legislators to alleviate not only social but
also economic ills by adopting such measures as would relieve unemployment through public
work measures designed to alleviate the unemployment situation in the Islands. In agri-
cultural production, an increase of 37 points has been noted over that of 1933 and 76 points
over that of 1932. This increase in our agricultural production has been adversely reflected
in our wholesale prices wherein a decrease of 2 poimts was registered below that of 1933 due
to the passage of adverse legislation in the American Congress. In the field of manufactures,
a tremendous increase was registered where the index showed a gain of one point above
normal and 40 points over the figures for 1933. The same improvement has been noted
in our freight where an increase of 8 points over those of 1933 has been registered. Another
convincing sign of increased business activity has been noted in our gross sales. This
item showed an increase of 3 points over the index of 1933.
The general improvement which has been noted in our business and financial activity
during the first six months of 1934 is a comforting sign of the coming of better times. Not
only are we now treading on the road of economic recovery but, if coming events cast their
shadows before them, it is not far-fetched to suppose and to expect that if business activity
will continue on its upward trend the days of normalcy immediately preceding the year
1929 seem to be now in the offing.
In answering advertisements, please mention this Carnival Commercial Handbook


BV COUnTftTfc*
(Valuer in million Pejo*)
BV APzT.*CL£*
(Valuer in millionPe^o^
EXPOBT* Of THE PHILIPPIC I*LA11D*
19 5 3
Total Export*542,105
327.


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EXPORTS
ABACA (MANILA HEMP)
The Philippines has a natural monopoly of abaca. The plant is a native of the Islands,
and is a product of a peculiar combination of climatic and soil conditions. 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 Phil-
ippine 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. "Ma-
nila hemp" is the name used in the commercial world for the fiber exported from the Phil-
ippines, although the name "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, Gamarines 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 striping. Extensive plantations of hemp, however, are found
in many 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
Year Hectares Kilos Value
192 4..................................................................485,340 197,685,000 P43,186,000
192 5..................................................................477,110 180,488,000 64,296,000
192 6..................................................................492,050 182,037,000 65,725,000
192 7..................................................................480,150 172,776,000 59,241,000
192 8..................:............................480,730 178,766,000 54,362,000
192 9..................................................................484,850 213,393,000 54,814,000
193 0..................................................................496,080 195,489,000 37,737,000
193 1..................................................................484,880 162,195,000 16,956,000
193 2..................................................................467,040 130,394,000 8,205,000
193 3....................................................................447,170 134,456,000 7,846,000
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 rope 7.5 centimeters in circumference
and 3.35 meters in length 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 ex-
tensively 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 production, while enormous
areas now covered with forests could be converted into productive abaca plantations. During
the past ten years the subject of modern fiber stripping machinery to replace the present
common methods, has received a great deal of attention, and as a result several stripping
devices are now actually in operation or under trial on the
PRODUCTION
Kilos..............................................
Value............................................
EXPORTATION
Kilos...............................................
Value..............................................
plantations.
1932 1933
130,394,000 134,456,000
T 8,205,000 T 7,846,000
105,785,072 152,066,053
P10,031,204 F4 3,747,719


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ABACA EXPORTERS
Aguado Hermanos, 103 Balmes
Babcock & Co., Inc., W. R., 14 El Hogar
Bldg.
Bunning & Co., 135 Felipe II
Daido Boeki, Kaisha, Ltd., Insular LifeBldg.
Furukawa Plantation Co., Insular Life Bldg.
Fukuyama & Co., Inc., 129 Juan Luna
Hanson, Orth & Stevenson, Inc., Uy Chaco
Bldg.
International Harvester Co. of Phil., 154
M. de Comillas
Ker & Company, 10 San Gabriel
Li Seng Giap & Co., 129 M. de Binondo
Maneru & Co., Gregorio, 9 Plaza Moraga
Mitsui Bussan Kaisha, Ltd., National City
Bank Bldg.
National Products Merchants Corporation,
Palanca Bldg.
Ohta Development Co., Insular Life Bldg.
Philippine Foreign Trading Co., Ltd.,
247 Espeleta
Qua Chee Gan, 345 Elcano
Saleeby Fiber Co., Inc., 325 National City
Bank Bldg.
Shioji & Asano, 529 Legarda.
Siy Cong Bieng & Co., Inc., 123 Juan Luna
Southern Cross Plantation Co., Davao,
Davao
Sy Yoco & Sons, Inc., 6 Ingreso
Smith, Bell & Co., Ltd., Hongkong Bank
Bldg.
Vela Hermanos, 435 Ronquillo
Wilbur & Elis Co., Insular Life Bldg.
Wood, O. V., Davao, Davao
Zuellig, F. E.? Co., Inc., 55 Rosario
Zuluaga y Eriquiaga, 502 Filipinas Bldg.
KNOTTED ABACA EXPORTERS
Aguado Hermanos, 103 Balmes
Behn, Meyer & Co., H. Mij., 227 David
Bunning & Co., Inc., 135 Felipe II
Christern Huenefeld & Co., Inc., 711 Roman
Cosmos Trading Company, 823 Urbiz-
tondo
Fernandez de Celis, A., 116 Beaterio
Germann & Company, 156 Juan Luna
Gonzalez, J., 322 Misericordia
Kuenzle & Streiff, Inc., 343 T. Pinpin
Sy Yoco & Sons, Inc., 6 Ingreso
Yek Hua Trading Corporation, 129 Juan
Uuna
Zuellig, F. E. Co., Inc., 55 Rosario
ABACA PRODUCTS
Arevalo, Vicente, Catbalogan, Samar, c/o
Manila Trading Center and Exchange
Azcarraga, Severa C., Buhi, Camarines
Sur, c/o Manila Trading Center and
Exchange
Bureau of Plant Industry, Calle San Andres,
Manila
Centenera, Virgilio, Coa, Camarines Sur,
c/o Manila Trading Center and Exchange
Nicolas, Francisco, 149 Victoria, Manila
Rios, Lazara, Malilipot, Albay, c/o Manila
Trading Center and Exchange
Resito, Julian, Naga, Camarines Sur, c/o
Manila Trading Center and Exchange
Sanchez, Pedro, 1541 Arellano Ave.
Vallejo, Antonio, Legaspi, Albay, c/o
Manila Trading Center and Exchange
ABACA TWINE MANUFACTURERS
Almena, Isidra, Malilipot, Albay, c/o Ma-
nila Trading Center and Exchange
Belmonte, Modesto, Malilipot, Albay, c/o
Manila Trading Center and Exchange
Belmonte Bros., Malilipot, Albay, c/o
Manila Trading Center and Exchange
Biso, Jose, Malilipot, Albay, c/o Manila
Trading Center and Exchange
Martinez-Jimeno, Pedro, 1638 M. Nativi-
dad
Philippine Net and Braid Mfg. Co., 367
Juan Luna
Resito, Julian, Naga, Camarines Sur, c/o
Manila Trading Center and Exchange
MANILA HEMP CORDAGE EXPORTERS
Aguado Hermanos, 103 Balmes
Babcock & Co., Inc., W. R., 14 El Hogar
Bldg.
Elizalde & Co. (Ynchausti & Co.), 801 M.
de la Industria
Feliciano & Sisters, Juan, 115 Dasmarinas
General Manufacturing Co., 900 Inverness
Johnson-Pickett Rope Co., 2 Cristobal,
Paco
Manila Cordage Factory, Cristobal and Otis
CORDAGE FACTORIES
Elizalde & Co. (Ynchausti & Co.), 801 M. Laguna
de la Industria General Manufacturing Co., 900 Inverness,
Feliciano & Sisters, Juan, 115 Dasmarihas Sta. Ana
(a) Patent Manila Rope Works, Palo- Johnson-Pickett Rope Co., 2 Cristobal, Paco
mar Ext., Manila Manila Cordage Factory, Cristobal and
(b) Laguna Rope Factory, Sta. Cruz, Otis


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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 discovered 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 development has not
been as rapid as that of other sugar producing countries such as Cuba, Hawaii, Porto Rico
and Formosa. This is clearly demonstrated by the following statistics showing the ex-
portation of sugar from the Philippine Islands during American occupation and the latter
27 years of the Spanish regime:
Before U. S. Occupation
(1873-1899)
(Metric Tons of 2204 lbs.)
1873..
1874..
1875..
1876..
1877...
1878..
1879..
1880..,
1881..,
1882...
1883..,
1884..,
1885..,
1886..,
1887...
1888...
1889.
1890...
1891...
1892...
1893...
1894...
1895...
1896...
1897...
1898...
1899...
85,210
101,371
128,112
130,547
122,994
122,023
131,859
181,190
208,806
150,423
196,835
122,128
204,222
184,940
170.754
160,988
228.469
144,841
138,218
252,798
261,522
210,646
341.470
229,911
202,091
180,818
85,828
Total exportation........... 4,680,014
1900.
1901.
1902.
1903.
1904.
1905.
1906.
1907.
1908.
1909.
1910.
1911.
1912.
1913.
1914.
1915.
1916.
1917.
1918.
1919.
1920.
1921.
1922.
1923.
1924.
1925.
1926.
1927.
1928.
1929.
1930.
1931.
1932.
1933.
U. S. Occupation
< (1900-1931)
(Metric Tons of 2204
lbs.)
65,191
56,873
98,596
85,308
87,053
108,499
129,454
127,917
144,735
129,328
121,472
209,044
197,076
157,334
236,498
211,013
337,490
205,908
273,258
136,060
180,341
289,876
362,072
271,983
357,830
546,832
411,232
553,324
569,938
695,868
743,980
752,932
1,016,568
1,078,653
Total exportation......... 9,928,011
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 modern 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 re-
sulted 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 67,791 tons in 1933. 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 15 years, classified as centrifugal, muscovado and refined;


PHILIPPINE CARNIVAL ASSOCIATION
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THE SUGAR EXPORTS OF THE PHILIPPINES FOR THE LAST FIFTEEN
YEARS
(Metric Tons of 2204 lbs.)
Year Centrifugal Muscovado Refined Totals
191 9........................... 29,860 106,173 27 136,060
192 0........................... 53,196 127,141 3 180,340
192 1........................... 162,427 127,433 17 289,877
192 2........................... 237,829 119,368 4,875 362,072
192 3........................... 226,170 44,962 851 271,983
192 4........................... 296,242 57,057 4,531 357,830
192 5........................... 459,273 83,334 4,225 546,832
192 6........................... 339,501 69,923 1,808 411,232
1927. .......................... 506,483 45,003 1,838 553,324
192 8........................... 526,236 35,658 8,044 569,938
192 9........................... 664,010 24,848 7,010 695,868
193 0........................... 709,707 6,901 27,372 743,980
193 1........................... 711,844 613 40,475 752,932
193 2........................... 959,181 261 57,126 1,016,568
193 3........................... 1,023,408 18 25,227 1,078,653
Totals........................ 6,875,507 742,520 213,402 7,831,429
Present Status
Actually occupying the fifth place among sugar cane producing countries the Philip-
pines is destined to be one of the greatest sugar producers of the world. As a source of the
country's wealth, sugar now ranks first and foremost among the export products of the
Islands. The value of sugar exported in 1933 was P128,666,851 as against P119,603,769
in 1932. It is the largest item of our exportations, constituting 61 per cent thereof. It
is estimated that the area devoted to sugar cane cultivation in 1932 was 253,110 hectares.
Among the provinces in the islands, Occidental Negros ranks first and foremost as
a sugar producer. Then come in the order of their ranks, Pampanga, Tarlac, Oriental
Negros, Laguna, Batangas, Iloilo, Capiz, Bataan, Cebu, Mindoro, Pangasinan, 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 world today. In land surface, the
Philippines is almost three times Java's or Cuba's 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 998,108 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 in the United States, our sugar industry would find
it hard, if not impossible, to 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, fertiliz-
ing, seed selection, and pest control.
PRODUCTION
1930 1931 1932 1933
Kilos................... 892,468,000 869,121,000 1,065,328,000 1,218,176,000
Value................... PI 14,664,000 P106,611,000 P118,495,000 P113,766,000
EXPORTATION
Kilos................... 743,979,730 752,932,232 1,016,568,150 1,078,652,571
Value................... P104,480,451 T 99,926,210 P119,603,769 P128,666,851
PRINCIPAL EXPORTERS IN MANILA
Centrifugal
Babcock & Co., W. R., 14 El Hogar Bldg. Ker & Co., 10 San Gabriel
Companla General de Tabacos de Filipinas, Pacific Commercial Co., National City
212 M. de Comillas Bank Bldg.
Insular Sugar Refining Corporation, 228 Spreckles Philippine Co., Heacock Bldg.
National City Bank Bldg. Warner, Barnes & Co., Ltd., Samanillo Bldg.
REFINED SUGAR EXPORTERS
Insular Sugar Refining Corporation, 228 Co., Ltd., Hongkong Shanghai Bank
National City Bank Bldg. Bldg.
Malabon Sugar Co., c/o Smith, Bell & Victoria's Milling Co., Inc., Chaco Bldg.


SUGAR CENTRALS AND
CENTRALS ON NEGROS
1. Bacolod-Murcia Milling Co...
2. Binalbagan Estate, Inc.' .....
3. Central Azucarera de Bais. ..
4. Central Azucarera del Danao
5. Central Leonor............
6. Central Palma.............
7. Central San Isidro.........
8. Hawaiian-Philippine Co.....
9. Isabela Sugar Co., Inc......
10. Kabankalan Sugar Co.......
11. La Carlota Sugar Central...
12. Lopez Sugar Central Co.....
13. Ma-ao Sugar Central Co.
14. North Negros Sugar Co.....
15. San Carlos Milling Co........
16. San Isidro (De la Rama)......
17. San Aniceta (De la Rama) .. .
18. Talisay-Silay Milling Co......
19. Victorias Milting Co.........
CENTR ALS ON LUZON
20. Bataan Sugar Co............
21. Calamba Sugar Estate.......
22. Central Azuc. de Calatagan .
23. Central Azuc. de Tarlac.
LOCATION
Bacolod, Negros Ooc.....
Binalbagan, Negros Occ...
Bais, Negros Oriental
Escalante, Negros Occ... .
Escalante, Negros Occ... .
Kabankalan, Negros Occ..
Kabankalan, Negros Occ..
Silay, Negros Occ........
Isabela, Negros Occ......
Kabankalan, Negros Occ..
La Carlota, Negros Occ...
Filbrica, Negros Occ......
Bago, Negros Occ........
Manapla, Negros Occ.....
San Carlos, Negros Occ...
Talisay, Negros Occ......
Bago, Negros Occ........
Talisay, Negros Occ......
Victorias, Negros Occ.....
Balanga, Bataan.........
Canlubang, Laguna......
Calatagan, Batangas.....
San Miguel, Tarlac......
CITY AGENCIES OR OFFICES
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CITY AGENCY
Sugar Centrals Agency, P.N.B., Manila. ..
Sugar Centrals Agency, P.N.B., Manila......
Tabacalera, Manila........................
Talisay, Negros Occidental..................
Mr. Esteban de la Rama, Iloilo..............
Tabacalera, Manila........................
Vidaurrazaga y Mota, Iloilo.................
Welch-Fairchild, Ltd., Manila...............
Sugar Centrals Agency, P.N.B., Manila......
Lizarraga Hermanos, Manila................
Elizalde & Co. (Ynchausti & Co.), Manila.. .
Mr. Salvador Araneta, Manila..............
Sugar Centrals Agency, P.N.B., Manila.......
Mr. M. J. Ossorio, Manila..................
Mr. Alfredo D. Cooper, Manila..............
Mr. Esteban de la Rama, Iloilo..............
Mr. Esteban de la Rama, Iloilo..............
Sugar Centrals Agency, P.N.B., Manila......
Mr. M. J. Ossorio, Manila..................
Mr. M. Cuaderno, Masonic Temple, Manila. .
c/o De los Reyes Bldg., Manila.............
Avala v Cia., Manila.......................
Tabacalera, Manila........................
MANAGER
Olimpio de la Rama
John Dumas
Fermin de Urmeneta
Simplicio Lizares
Esteban de la Rama
Pablo Gurruchari
Jesus Bilbao
R. C. Pitcairn
Cdndido Montilla
Guillermo Lizarraga
Prosper Verstockt
Carlos S. Lopez
Jorge L. Araneta
F. E. Greenfield
C. L. Hogan
Esteban de la Rama
Esteban de la Rama
Cesar Ledesma
J. J. Ossorio
J. R. Carmichael, Pres.
L. Weinzheimer
Ramon Pertierra
E. C. Zitkowski, Supt.
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CENTRALS ON LUZON
24. Central Azuc. del Norte......
25. Central Azuc. Don Pedro
26. Central Luzon Milling Co.. ..
27. Hind Sugar Co..............
28. Luzon Sugar Co.............
29. Mabalacat Sugar Co.........
30. Mount Arayat Sugar Co......
31. Nueva Ecija Sugar Mills.....
32. Pampanga Sugar Dev. Co... .
33. Pampanga Sugar Mills.......
34. Paniqui Sugar Mills.........
35. Phil. Sugar Estates Dev. Co.
CENTRALS ON PANAY
36. Asturias Sugar Central.......
37. Central Lourdes............
38. Central Santos-Lopez........
39. Central Sara-Ajuy...........
40. Phil. Starch and Suggr Co....
41. Pilar Sugar Central..........
CENTRAL ON MINDORO
42. Philippine Milling Co.....
CENTRALS ON CEBU
43. Bogo-Medellin Milling Co... .
44. Cebu Sugar Co..............
CENTRALS ON LEYTE
45. Ormoc Sugar Co.............
46. Rosario Sugar Mills.........
LOCATION
Candon, Iloeos Sur.......
Nasugbu, Batangas.......
Bamban, Tarlac..........
Manaoag, Pangasinan.....
Calumpit, Bulacan........
Mabalacat, Pampanga
Arayat, Pampanga........
Cabiao, Nueva Ecija.....
San Fernando, Pampanga.
Del Carmen, Pampanga. .
Paniqui, Tarlac..........
Calamba, Laguna........
San Juan, Dumalag, Capiz.
Dingle, Uoilo.............
Barotac-Nuevo, Iloilo.....
Sara, Iloilo................
Janiwav, Iloilo...........
Pilar, Capiz..............
San Jose, Mindoro.
Bogo, Cebu.......
Talisay, Cebu.....
Ormoc, Leyte.
Ormoc, Leyte.
CITY AGENCY
MANAGER
Mr. Valentin Teus, Manila..............
Roxas y Cla., Manila...................
c/o Crystal Arcade, Manila..............
Mr. R. Renton Hind, Manila............
Wm. H. Anderson & Co., Manila.........
Cu Unjieng e Hijos, Manila..............
Lizarraga Hermanos, Manila.............
c/o Perez Samanillo Building, Manila.....
Sugar Centrals Agency, P.N.B., Manila. .
c/o De los Reyes Building, Manila........
Paniqui, Tarlac. .....................
Anda Street, Walled City, Manila........
Bank of P. I., Manila...................
Mr. Esteban de la Rama, Iloilo...........
Mr. Francisco R. Santos, Iloilo...........
Elizalde & Co. (Ynchausti & Co.), Manila,
Warner, Barnes & Co., Manila...........
Elizalde & Co. (Ynchausti & Co.,) Manila,
c/o Perez Samanillo Building, Manila.....
Theo. H. Davies & Co., Manila..........
Theo. H. Davies & Co., Manila..........
Mr. Paulino Aboitiz, Cebu..............
Dr. Virgilio Gonzales, Cebu.............
Martin de Eiguren
Jose Yrezabal
Modesto Cortabitarte
R. Renton Hind
Joseph Wylie
Joaquin Dayrit
Daniel Aguas
Felipe Buencamino, Jr.
W. Trinidad
L. Weinzheimer
Jose Cojuangco
Gabriel Vivar
Manuel Garcia
M. S. Longa
Francisco R. antos
F. V. Kauffman, Jr.
Dr. N. B. Bach
Ysaac de Arana
Luis R. Yangco
Allister Forbes
George Ewart, Jr.
Ramon Aboitiz
Dr. Virgilio Gonzales


PHILIPPINE CENTRIFUGAL SUGAR MILLS1
1933-1934 CROP
NAME OF CORPORATION
Asturias Sugar Central, Inc. .
Bacolod-Murcia Milling Co., Ine
Bataan Sugar Co., Inc.........
Binalbagan Estate, Inc. ........
Bogo-Medellin Milling Co., Inc.
Calamba Sugar Estate, Ine.....
Cebu Sugar Co................
Central Azucarera de Bais......
Central Azucarera de Calatagan.
Central Azucarera del Danao____
Central Azucarera Don Pedro...
Central Azucarera de la Carlota.
Central Azucarera del Norte
Central Azucarera de Tarlac
Central de la Rama............
Central de la Rama............
Central de la Rama............
Central Luzon Milling Co., Inc.
Central Santos-Lopez.......
Central Sara-Ajuy..............
Hawaiian-Philippine Co........
Iiijos de F. de la Rama & Co.
Hind Sugar Co................
Isabela Sugar Co., Inc.........
CENTRAL
Asturias
Eaoolod
Baianga.....
Binalbagan. .
Bogo........
Calamba
Cebu........
Bais........
Calatagan. ..
Danao......
Don Pedro. .
La Carlota. .
Candon.....
Tarlac.......
Leonor......
Lumangub.. .
Talisay......
Bamban.....
Santos-Lopez.
Sara-Ajuy. .
Silay........
Lourdes.....
Manaoag....
Isabela......
LOCATION
San Juan, Dumalag, Capiz........
Bacolod, Occidental Negros.......
Baianga, 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..........
Talisay, Occidental Negros........
Bamban, Tarlac.................
Barotac Nuevo, Iloilo...........
Ajuy, Iloilo.....................
Silay, Occidental Negros.........
Dingle, Iloilo, Panay............
Manaoag, Pangasinan............
Isabela, Occidental Negros........
Capacity
Ton. Per
24 Hrs.
1,350 Mr.
3,500 Mr.
300 Mr.
3,022 Mr.
1,000 Mr.
5,000 Mr.
1,000 Mr.
3,500 Mr.
700 Mr.
700 Mr.
2,600 Mr.
4,306 Mr.
350 Mr.
6,000 Mr.
360 Mr.
360 Mr.
100 Mr.
2,200 Mr.
694 Mr.
750 Mr.
3,300 Mr.
150 Mr.
400 Mr.
2,480 Mr.
MANAGER
Manuel Garcia
Olimpio de la Rama
J. R. Carmichael, Pres.
John Dumas
Allister. Forbes
L. Weinzheimer
George R. Ewart
Fermin de Urmeneta
Ramon Pertiera
Simplicio Lizares
Jose Yrezabal
Prosper Verstockt
Martin de Eiguren
E. C. Zitkowski, Supt.
Esteban de la Rama
Esteban de la Rama
Esteban de la Rama
Modesto de Cortabitarte
Francisco R. Santos
F. V. Kauffman, Jr.
R. C. Pitcairn
M. S. Longa
R. Renton Hind, Vice-Pres.
C&ndido Montilla


NAME OF CORPORATION
CENTRAL
LOCATION
Capacity
Ton. Per
24 Hrs.
MANAGER
Kabankalan Sugar Co., Inc. ......
Lopez Sugar Central Mill Co., Inc.
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 and Sugar Co. .
Philippine Sugar Estates Dev. Co.
Pilar Sugar Central...............
Salvador Serra, Proprietor........
San Carlos Milling Co., Ltd......
Talisav-Silay Milling Co..........
Victorias Milling Co.............
Vidaurrazaga y Mota.............
Bearin......
Lopez........
Calumpit
Ma-ao.......
Mabalacat.. .
Arayat......
Manapla. .
Cabiao......
Ormoc......
Pasudeco
Del Carmen.
Paniqui.....
San Jose
Janiuay.....
El Real.....
Pilar........
Palma.......
San Carlos. .
Talisay-Silay.
Victoria.....
San Isidro.. .
Kabankalan, Occ. Negros.....
Fabrica, Occidental Negros... .
Calumpit, Bulacan...........
Bago, Occidental Negros......
Mabalacat, Pampanga........
Arayat, Pampanga...........
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..........
Kabankalan, Occidental Negros
San Carlos, Occidental Negros.
Talisav, Occidental Negros.....
Victorias, Occidental Negros. .
Kabankalan, Occidental Negros.
850
1,000
500
3,000
256
1,250
3,600
300
696
3,800
4,200
758
1,550
800
672
750
600
3,000
4,500
2,272
680
Mr. Guillermo Lizarraga
Mr. Carlos S. Lopez
Mr. Joseph Wvllie
Mr. Jorge L. Araneta
Mr. Joaquin Dayrit
Mr. Daniel Aguas Folch
Mr. F. E. Greenfield
Hon. F. Buencamino, Jr.
Mr. Ramon Aboitiz, Pres.
Mr. Wenceslao Trinidad
Mr. L. Weinzheimer
Mr. Jose Cojuangco
Mr. Luis R. Yangco
Dr.. N. B. Bach
Mr. Gabriel Vivar
Mr. Ysaac de Arana
Mr. Pablo Gurruchari
Mr. C. L. Hogan
Mr. Cesar Ledesma
Mr. J. J. Ossorio
Mr. Jesus Bilbao
1 Preliminary statement compiled by the Philippine Sugar Association.
Summary: 45 Factories. Daily cane capacity, 79,156 metric tons cane per 24 hours.


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COMMERCIAL HANDBOOK
COMPARATIVE CENTRIFUGAL SUGAR PRODUCTION OF THE PHILIPPINES
FOR 1932-1933 AND 1931-1932 CROPS
(Compiled by the Philippine Sugar Association, August 9, 1933)
CENTRALS
1932-1933 Crop
Piculs Met. Tons
1931-1932 Crop
Piculs Met. Tons
NEGROS
1. Bacolod-Murcia Milling Co..............................722,343
2. Binalbagan Estate, Inc. ...................................664,719
3. Central Azucarera de Bais................................769,971
4. Central Azucarera del Danao 2..........................220,000
5. Central Leonor......................................................60,000
6. Central Palma......................................................141,096
7. Central San Isidro.........................................166,500
8. Hawaiian-Philippine Co............................1,060,221
9. Isabela Sugar Co., Inc....................449,680
10. Kabankalan Sugar Co........................................167,280
11. La Carlota Sugar Central..................................1,209,296
12. Lopez Sugar Central Mill Co.2.......... .. 500,000
13. Ma-ao Sugar Central Co..................................700,522
14. North NegTos Sugar Go. 2....................................1,279,000
15. San Carlos Milling Co........................................696,867
16. San Isidro (De la Rama) l........................
17. Sta. Aniceta (De la Rama)..............................85,000
18. Talisay-Silay Milling Co. ...............................823,910
19. Victorias Milling Co..........................936,065
45,688
42,043
48,701
13,915
3,795
8,924
10,531
67,059
28,442
10,580
76,48S
31,625
44,308
80,897
44,077
5,376
52,112
59,206
669,690
833,687
686,311
162,140
55,363
153,144
174,250
871,534
514,530
203,756
1,199,858
331,785
685,766
928,499
623,045
13,925
65,140
674,487
634,073
42,358
52,730
43,409
10,255
3,501
9,686
11,021
55,124
32,544
12,887
75,891
20,985
43,374
58,727
39,407
881
4,120
42,661
40,105
10,652,470
673,767 9,480,983
559,672
20.
21.
22.
23.
24.
25.
26.
27.
28.
29.
30.
31.
32.
33.
34.
35.
LUZON
Bataan Sugar Co. .............................................73,000
Calamba Sugar Estate........................................748,222
Central Azucarera de Oalatagan......................75,743
Central Azucarera de Tarlac..............................1,193,571
Central Azucarera del Norte...................45,000
Central Azucarera Don Pedro..................463,802
Central Luzon Milling Co..................................464,383
Hind Sugar Co......................................................50,320
Luzon Sugar Co............................................................87,872
Mabalacat Sugar Co. .........................................38,577
Mt. Arayat Sugar Co............................................176,543
Nueva Ecija Sugar Mills, Inc........................50,991
Pampanga Sugar Development Co................1,130,433
Pampanga Sugar Mills....................................................1,172,405
Paniqui Sugar Mills................................................................167,648
Philippine Sugar Estates Dev. Co..................80,303
4,617
47,325
4,791
75,493
2,846
29,335
29,372
3,183
5,558
2,440
11,166
3,225
71,500
74,154
10,603
5,079
48,603
770,480
94,863
7S4,413
22,537
467,403
380,487
20,484
75,464
46,885
147,990
48,635
984,671
946,138
125,000
75,000
3,074
48,733
6,000
49,614
1,425
29,563
24,066
1,295
4,773
2,965
9,360
3,076
62,280
59,843
7,906
4,744
6,018,813 380,687 5,039,053 318,720
PANAY
36. Asturias Sugar Central................... 293,391 18,557 257,155 16,265
37. Central Lourdes.......................... 15,000 949 7,505 474
38. Central Santos-Lopez.......................... 246,846 15,613 184,112 11,645
39. Central Saxa-Ajuy........................ 109,027 6,896 87,043 5,505
40. Philippine Starch and Sugar Co. ...... 141,910 8,976 63,516 4,017
41. Pilar Sugar Central................... 224,010 14,168 229,747 14,531
1,030,184 65,159 829,078 52,439
MINDORO
42. Philippine Milling Co.................... 163,053 10,313 134,093 8,481
C'EBU
43. Bogo-Medelliu Milling Co. ............. 208,904 13,213 134,184 8,487
44. Cebu Sugar Co........................ 174,788 11,055 83,504 5,281
383,692 24,268 217,688 13,769
LEYTE
45. Ormoc Sugar Co.. 2....................... 190,000 12,017 86,610 5,478
Total Production.............. ..... 18,438,212 1,166,211 15,787,505 998,559
1 Did not operate during this crop year. .
2 Estimates.
(Reprinted from "Sugar News", Vol. XIV, No. 9Manila, P. 1., September, 1933)


PHILIPPINE CARNIVAL ASSOCIATION
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PHILIPPINE TOBACCO
ITS PROBLEMS AND PLACE IN THE WORLD'S 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 inter-
esting to note that the Philippines 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 Amer-
ican market, the retention of which depends upon the improvement of the quality of leaf
tobacco, and the production of really good tobacco manufactures, two of the main problems
of the tobacco industry.
The Philippine 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 manu-
factures thru the proper enforcement of the provisions of Act No. 2613 and its amendments
together with the rules and regulations issued thereunder. Accordingly to this law, tobacco
reaches the markets in the form of leaf, or in the form of manufactured or partially manu-
factured 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, Ilocos Norte and
Cebu. No person, except a planter selling tobacco of his own production to registered
dealers in the province where the tobacco is £rown, 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 regula-
tions, and is exported chiefly to Spain, France, United States, and the French East Indies.
Tobacco manufactures which include cigars, cigarettes, smoking and chewing tobacco,
snuff and others are subject to government regulations. Accordingly the type of manu-
factured 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 tobacco co-operative marketing
associations 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.
TOBACCO AND MANUFACTURERS OF
Production 1930 1931 1932 1933
Kilos........................... 46,114,000 43,516,000 45,138,000 41,750,000
Value............................ 5*9,336,000 5*7,406,000 P5,140,000 ¥"3,551,000
EXPORTS
Cigars
Number......................... 178,561,000 183,874,000 182,574,853 196,141,404
Value........................... P 7,090,446 P 6,790,674 P 6,462,436 P 6.315,866


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Cigarettes
Number......................... 60,382,000 33,470,000 24,869,500 21,579,650
Value.....................,..... T 133,399 T 83,128 T 58,859 T 62,421
Leaf
Kilos........................... 20,770,616 22,653,099 21,620,470 16,896,529
Value........................... f* 7,451,758 f* 7,002,991 T 5,644,4.66 T 3,685,105
EXPORTERS IN MANILA
Leaf Tobacco (Unstemmed)
Aguado Hermanos, 103 Balmes Frieder S. & Sons Co., 36 Novaliches
Bunning & Co., Inc., 135 Felipe II Go Fay & Co., 443 Salazar
Chan Chuan Enrique Lete, 403 Jaboneros Pujalte, Miguel, 1 Plaza Moraga
LEAF TOBACCO (STEMMED)
Aguado Hermanos, 103 Balmes Frieder S. & Sons Co., 36 Novaliches
Alhambra. Cigar and Cigarette Mfg. Co., Go Fay & Co., 443 Salazar
31 Tayuman Lim Genco, A. M. & Co., 743 Elcano
Bunning & Co., Inc., 135 Felipe II Samson Hermanos y Cia., Inc., 2009 Juan
Compahia General de Tabacos de Filipinas, Luna
212 M. de Comillas Uy Seco, Miguel, 523 Juan Luna
Chan Chuan Enrique Lete, 403 Jaboneros
TOBACCO (SCRAPS, STRIPPED FILLERS AND CIGAR ENDS)
Aguado Hermanos, 103 Balmes M. de Comillas
Alhambra Cigar and Cigarette Mfg. Co., La Flor de Luzon, Inc., 701 Clavel
31 Tayuman La Insular Cigar and Cigarette Factory,
Bunning & Co., Inc., 135 Felipe II Inc., 20 P. Calderon de la Barca
El Aguila, Plaza Dilao La Yebana Cigar and Cigarette Factory,
Go Fay & Co., 443 Salazar 57 Gastambide
Helena Cigar Factory, 36 Novaliches Minerva Cigar Corporation, 2219 Az-
La Comercial Cigar Factory, 1207 Arlegui carraga
La Flor de la Isabela Cigar Factory, 212 Pujalte, Miguel, 1 Plaza Moraga
TOBACCO (SMOKING OR CUT)
Alhambra Cigar and Cigarette Mfg. Co., M. de Comillas
31 Tayuman .La Insular Cigar and Cigarette Factory,
B.B.B. y La Ideal, 542 Echague Inc., 20 P. Calderon de la Barca
El Oriente, Inc., 732_ Evangelista La Yebana Cigar and Cigarette Factory,
La Flor de la Isabela Cigar Factory, 212 57 Gastambide
CIGAR EXPORTERS
! Aguado Hermanos, 103 Balmes, Quiapo La Flor de Intal Cigar Manufacturing Co.,
Alhambra Cigar and Cigarette Mfg. Co., 31 Tayuman
31 Tayuman, Tondo La Favorita Cigar Factory, 1207 Arlegui
Cia. Gral. de Tabacos de Filipinas, 312 La Flor de Luzon, 701 Clavel, San Nicolas
M. de Comillas, Paco La Insular Cigar and Cigarette Factory,
El Aguila, Fabrica de Tabacos y Cigarrillos, Inc., 20 P. Calderon de la Barca
Inc., 86 Plaza Dilao, Paco La Nobleza, 409 Tayuman, Tondo
El Oriente, Fdbrica de Tabacos, Inc., 732 La Prueba Tobacco Co., Inc., 732 Evan-
Evangelista, Quiapo gelista, Quiapo
Germinal, Inc., Sangandaan, Rizal La Trinidad Cigar Factory, 1207 Arlegui
Helena Cigar Company, 36 Novaliches, La Yebana Co., Inc., 57 Gastambide,
San Miguel Sampaloc
Katubusan, 501 Clavel, San Nicolas Meritas Cigar Factory, 732 Evangelista
La Comercial, Malabon, Rizal Minerva Cigar Corporation, 2219 Azca-
La Conchita, 2009 Juan Luna rraga
CIGARETTE EXPORTERS
Alhambra Cigar and Cigarette Mfg. Co., La Ciudad de Nankin, 414 Salazar, Binondo
31 Tayuman, Tondo La Flor de la Isabela, 851 Isaac Peral, Paco
El Aguila, Fabrica de Tabacos y Cigarillos, La Insular Cigar and Cigarette Factory,
Inc., 86 Plaza Dilao, Paco Inc., 20 P. Calderon de la Barca
Germinal, Inc., Sangandaan, Rizal La Yebana Co., Inc., 57 Gastambide, Sam-
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THE COCONUT AND COCONUT PRODUCTS
The Philippines is the third leading coconut producing country and furnishes one-
third of the world's supply of copra. The annual return of nuts in these Islands is about
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
30, 1932, it is estimated that there were about 566,100 hectares planted to coconut palms
with an average of 190 trees to a hectare.
Of all Philippine 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 combined export value of the products
from these industries amounted to about P36,757,000 in 1931.
The exportation of copra dates back as far as 1866. From 36,807 kilos valued at
P2,880 in that year, the export figures went up to 174,300,000 kilos with a corresponding-
value of P26,866,875 in 1930 but they decreased to 137,240,604 kilos, value at P10,266,454
in 1932 due to economic depression. In 1933, however, an appreciable increase has been
noted. The total exportation for the year was 308,753,468 kilos, valued at P17,912,057.
From 1916 to 1921 there was a big decline in the shipments due to the establishment 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 immediately 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. Previous 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 P2,292,678 in 1913, the exportation increased to 139,942,612 kilos valued at
P73,719,504 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 as 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 obtained from the husks of the nuts. This product is used for calking boats, for making
mats and mattings, for upholstering and stuffing cushions and mattresses and for making
rope and brushes. At present, hundreds of millions of these husks are available for in-
dustrial purposes.
PRODUCTION
Copra
1929 1930 1931 1932 1933
Kilos............... 480,191,000 460,130,000 419,637,000 406,188,000 472,537,000
Value............... P67,518,000 P57,530,000 f33,638,000 P26,050,000 P23,136,000
EXPORTS
Coconut Oil
Kilos............... 190,519,204 147,364,631 167,990,196 114,672,757 159,620,620
Value............... P58,369,883 F38,310,763 P30,070,644 P15,302,287 P18,339,645
Copra
Kilos............... 173,572,680 174,300,372 174,239,165 137,240,604 308,753,468
Value............... Wl,131,641 P26,866,875 P18,300,808 P10,266,454 P17,912,057
Copra Cake
Kilos............... 113,792,152 89,903,761 98,625,559 75,847,584 99,916,715
Value............... ¥ 7,585,573 ¥ 3,784,449 :P 3,041,605 ¥ 2,107,333 ¥ 2,115,107


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Desiccated Coconut
Kilos............... 22,285,523 19,932,786 16,821,633 16,072,645 17,927,275
Value............... P 7,080,247 P 5,925,689 P 3,644,257 P 3,233,402 P 3,365,609
EXPORTERS IN MANILA
COPRA
Atkins, Kroli & Co., Inc., Insular Life Bldg.
Babcock & Co., Inc., W. R., 14 El Hogar
Bldg.
Bio & Chuan, Inc., 685 Benavides
Calamba Sugar Estate, G, de los Reyes Bldg.
Carrero Vidal & Co., Isla de Pro visor
Compania General de Tabacos de Fili-
pinas, 312 M. de Comillas
Daido Boeki Kaisha, Insular Life Bldg.
EI Dorado Oil Works, 308 National City
Bank Bldg.
Fernandez Hermanos, Inc., 109 Juan Luna
Furukawa Plantation Co., Inc., 511 Insular
Life Bldg.
Hanson, Orth & Stevenson, Inc., Uv Chaco
Bldg.
International Harvester Co. of Philippines,
Chaco Bldg.
Ker & Co., 10 San Gabriel
Li Seng Giap & Co., 129 Muelle de Binondo
Maneru & Co., Inc., 1067 Muelle de la In-
dustria
Mitsui Bussan Kaisha, Ltd., National City
Bank Bldg.
Ohta Development Co., Insular Life Bldg.
Siy Cong Bieng & Co., Inc., 123 Juan Luna
Smith, Bell & Co., Ltd., Hongkong and
Shanghai Bank Bldg.
Sv Yoco & Sons, Inc., 6 Ingreso
Ty Chuaco & Co., Inc.. 333 Elcano
COCONUT OIL
Carrero, Vidal & Co., Provisor Island Peral
Jao Cui Pien, 419 Juan Luna Spencer, Kellog & Sons, (Phil.), Inc.,
Luzon Industrial Corporation, Chaco Bldg. Tomas Claudio
Philippine Refining Corporation, 1035 Isaac
COPRA CAKE
Carrero, Vidal & Co., Provisor Island Philippine Refining Corporation, 1035 Isaac
Christern, Huenefeld & Co., Inc., 711 Roman Peral
Jao Cui Pien, 419 Juan Luna Spencer, Kellog & Sons, (Phil.), Inc., Tomas
Luzon Industrial Corporation, Uv Chaco Claudio
Bldg. Zuellig, F. E., Inc., 55 Rosario
Philippine Manufacturing Co., 244 David
DESICCATED COCONUT MANUFACTURERS
Blue Bar Coconut Co., 301 Fernandez Bldg. Pureza
Calamba Sugar Estate, G. de los Reyes Red V. Coconut Products, Ltd., c/'o Smith,
Bldg. Bell & Co., Ltd., Hongkong and Shanghai
Franklin Baker Co. of the Philippines, Calle Bank Bldg.
LARD AND BUTTER MANUFACTURERS
Ideal Margarine Factory, 628 Florentine
Torres
International Oil Factory, 11 Riverside,
San Juan del Monte, Rizal
Manila Butter Factory, 946 Misericordia,
Sta. Cruz
Philippine Manufacturing Co., 244 David
Zuellig", F. E., Inc., 55 Rosario
COCONUT OIL FACTORIES IN THE PHILIPPINES
Carrero, Vidal & Co., Provisor Island,
Manila
Jao Cui Pien, 15 Cristobal, Manila
Lee Ang Cheim, Cebu, Cebu
Lu Do & Lu Co, Cebu, Cebu
Luzon Industrial Corporation, Uy Chaco
Bldg., Manila
Philippine Manufacturing Co., 244 David,
Manila
Philippine Refining Corporation, 1035 Isaac
Peral, Manila
Philippine Refining Co., Inc., Cebu, Cebu
Spencer Kellogg & Sons (Phil.), Inc.,
Tom&s Claudio, Manila


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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 construc-
tion 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 practically 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 survey soon established the fact that the better
known, hard, durable and fancy cabinet and construction woods were comparatively scarce
while from 75% to 80% of the timber producing trees belonged to the Dipterocarp or lauan
family, and that any extensive development of the lumber industry must depend upon
the development of markets for these woods.
Strength and durability tests were then started with the result that the woods of the
lauan group were found to equal or surpass, in both strength and durability, the Oregon
pine and redwood which were being imported for general construction purposes by the
Army, Navy and commercial firms. The established use of American soft woods, however,
with the inability to get well sawn and seasoned material of all sizes and the general lack of
familiarity with the working qualities 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 of peaceful conditions, however, created
a sale for local woods with the result that by 1903 there were fourteen sawmills installed,
eight of which were 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 sawing 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 operations. The local use of
Philippine lumber has increased from 20,000 or 30,000 board feet to about 400,000,000
board feet, while imports have decreased from 30,000,000 board feet to 4,000,000 board
feet per year.
EXPORTS
Lumber and Timber
1930 1931
Cubic meter..................... 194,395 168,240
Value........................... P5,486,784 P3,681,203
1932 1933
119,406 189,257
PI ,669,450 P2,537,214
LUMBER EXPORTERS
Atlantic, Gulf and Pacific Company of
Manila, 71 M. de la Industria
Anakan Lumber Co., 801 M. de la Industria
Cadwallader-Gibson Lumber Co., 63 Nag-
tahan
Dee C. Chuan & Sons, Inc., 16 Soler
Filipinas Lumber Co., Inc., 123 Juan Luna
Findlay Millar Timber Co., 1000 Cordeleria
Gotauco & Co., Inc., 214 Soler
Hercules Lumber Co., 814 Globo de Oro
Insular Lumber Co., 306 Perez Samanillo
Bldg.
Mindanao Lumber Co., Inc., 660 Alvarado
Negros-Philippine Lumber Co., 1028 Juan
Luna
Philippine Lumber Exportation Co., Ltd.,
758 Legarda
Philippine Lumber Manufacturing Co., 18
Soler
Port Lamon Lumber Co., 8 M. del Banco
Nacional
Port Lebak Lumber Co., 534 Aviles
Mitsui Bussan Kaisha, Ltd., National City
Bank Bldg.
Sumagui Lumber Co., 603 Heacock Bldg.
Zambales Lumber Co., 920 Juan Luna


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PHILIPPINE EMBROIDERY
Although the Filipino women are adept in hand embroidery and have been engaged
in it for several centuries, the industry remained merely a "spare moment" industry until
recent years. The local output of hand embroidery in 1918 reached !P2,500,000 and in
1920, over P15,00Q,000. From the year ending December 31, 1914, when the value of
total exports of hand embroidery from the Philippines totalled P324,912 until the end of
the year 1920, when the total exportation amounted to P15,623,567, a period of seven years,
the increase was almost forty-nine fold. In 1922, however, because of the weak and un-
settled market conditions abroad, the value of Philippine embroidery exported decreased
to only 1*11,528,691.00. In 1933, the value of embroideries exported to all the countries
amounted to P3,661,337 which compares unfavorably with P6,699,649 of the preceding
year. There are today many concerns in and around Manila engaged in the preparation
of this handiwork for the export trade.
Most of these concerns are not, strictly speaking, factories. The bigger companies
have their headquarters in Manila and a number of subagencies in the adjoining provinces;
Each concern maintains from five to one hundred employees 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 municipality of Taal of the province of Batangas, in Calumpit and Hagonoy
of the province of Bulacan and in various parts of Pampanga and Tarlac, not to mention
limited districts in the Visayas. The laborers in the local headquarters, mostly women',
are for the most part working 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 materials chiefly
used in the making of Philippine hand-made embroideries are nainsook, 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 Philippines are lingerie, children's
clothes, handkerchiefs, table cloths and underwear of various classes which, for the most
part are prepared according to specification of orders received. The workmanship is gen-
erally excellent, and because of this, the Philippine hand-made embroideries will probably
continue to hold their position in the American market, notwithstanding 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
1930 1931 1932 1933
Value........................... T 7,183,473 T 5,314,259 P 6,699,649 T 3,798,631
EMBROIDERY MANUFA<
Army and Navy Flat and Embroidery,
470 M. H. del Pilar
Awad & Co., E., 435 Juan Luna
Badillo Embroidery Co., 25 Cortada
Bardwill Brothers, 252 Plaza Guipit
Blanca Nieve, 422 M. H. del Pilar
Brown, Louise, 12 San Luis
Cacho, M., 233 General Luna
Domingo, G. F. Mrs., 1209 Carolina
Eastern lies Import Co., 92 Balmes
Feltman Bros., 1445 California
Filipino Handmade Embroidery Co., 7
General Solano
Iserson, A. S., 209 Gral. Solano
Lambert Sales Co., 1453 Gral. Luna
Lauritsen, B. M., 1328 Gral. Luna
URES AND EXPORTERS
Mallouk, Elias & Brother, 145 Nagtahan
Malloy, I. E., Co., 2973 Herran
Mandanas Embroidery Store, 605 M. H. del
Pilar
Marshall Field & Co., 901 Lepanto
Philippine Embroidery Corp., 910 A.
Mabini
Philippine Hand Enbroidery, 648 M. IF.
del Pilar
Portillo Hat Store, 413 A. Mabini
Salamy Bros., 104 Gunao, Quiapo
Shalom & Co., 446 Legarda
Solis, Benita A., 21 Cortada
F'omas, Julia, 648 M. H. del Pilar
Veloso & Co., 69 Real, Walled City
Ysmael & Co., Inc., Juan, 348 Echague


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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 "Bangkok's" in the United States
and Europe. These hats have come to be 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 favor-
ably 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 in some 125 kilometers from Manila and can be reached either by a first class auto-
mobile road or by railroad. The buntal hats for women are mostly made in the town of
Baliwag, Bulacan, although buntal hats for men are also made there. Baliwag is a pro-
gressive little town which can be reached after an hour's 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 Ba-
liwag Plains.
The trade for buntal hats has been largely confined for the last eight or ten years to
the United States; but now, Europe is also importing them from the Islands in ever in-
creasing quantity. With the demand greater than the supply the hat makers have received
a great stimulus to increase production. Lucban buntal alone, not to mention the increase
made in bali-buntals, has seen an advance of 0" average of 12/1300 ternos (a terno is a set of 8 hats) a week, the annual production of Lucban
today is conservatively estimated at about 600,000 pieces which would be valued at from
PI,600,000 to PI,800,000 ($800,000 to $9,000,000).
In classifying hats for the export trade, the color, fineness 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 Lucban buntals are given
a more extensive classification. Hats which are clean, good in color, perfect in weave and
can be worn without bleaching or coloring, are classified as XXX, XX, X, 1st, 2nd and
3rd, and those which have defects, though the weave is good and even and hats made of
coarse fiber 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 and 4th, but some importers prefer the following: BBB, BB, B, 1-st, 2nd, 3rd, and
4th, 5th, 6th and 7th, "Inferior Fine" and "Coarse" or Bangkok.
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 fiber
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
Louisiana and Cavinti, Laguna; the "Ticog hats" or "tavuktayuk" made from the stem
of plant 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
Europe before the war.
EXPORTS
1930 1931 1932 1933
Number......................... 869,011 539,224 744,536 988,490
Value.. ......................... P2,543,213 PI,110,060 PI,187,180 PI,532,111
MANILA HAT MANUFACTURERS
Abustan Hat Factory, 759 San Sebastian and, Exchange
Alonso, Ii., 105 Escolta Germann & Co., Ltd., 156 Juan Luna
Armv and Navv Hat Store, 470 M. H. del Liwanag, V., 1853 Azcarraga
Pilar ' Manila Hat Factory, 320 M. II. del Pilar
Amelia's Hats Shop, 82 Real Mapa Hat Factory, 329 Lavezares
Austria P. Hat Store, 400 Carriedo Pineda & Co., M., 105-107 Real, Intra-
Barredo's Hat Factory, 527 P. Campa muros
Bunning & Co., Inc., 135 Felice II Portillo Hat Factory, 413 A. Mabini
Buntal Hat Agency, 544 Rizal Avenue Taguibao's Hat and Reptile Store, 73 Real
Cadongog, Teopisto, Manila Trading Center Veloso Plat and Dress Store, 69 Real


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HAT EXPORTERS
Aguado Hermanos, 103 Balmes
Alonso, H., 105 Escolta
Army and Navy Hat Store, 470 M. R. del
Pilar
Aurelia's Hat Shop, 82 Real
Bunning Christern Huenefeld & Co., Inc., 711 Roman
Concepcidn, V. R., Pasig, Rizal
Cosmos Trading Co., 823 Urbiztondo
Ferrazzini, Inc., Anselmo, 805 Sto. Cristo
Germann & Co., Ltd., 156 Juan Luna
Gonzales, J., 322 Misericordia
Kuenzle and Streiff, Inc., 343 T. Pinpin
Levy, Jacob, 334 Misericordia
Manila Hat Factory, 320 M. H. del Pilar
Manila Sales Corporation, 501 Fernandez
Bldg.
Mapa, Cirilo Hat Factory, 329 Lavezares
Portillo Hat Factory, 413 A. Mabini
Schroeder, Werner, 552 Reina Regente
Taguibao's Hat and Reptile Store, 73 Real
Veloso Hat and Dress Store, 69 Real
Werder & Co., 6 Ingreso
Yek Hua Trading Corp., 129 Juan Luna
Zuellig, F. E., Inc., 55 Rosario
BUNTAL FIBER EXPORTERS AND DEALERS
Abustan, Simeon, 758 San Sebastian
Aguado Hermanos, 103 Balmes
Bunning & Co., Inc., 135-165 Felipe II
Cadiz, Juan R., 544 Ave. Rizal
Christern Huenefeld & Co., Inc., 711 Roman
Concepcidn, Vicente R., Pasig, Rizal
Cosmos Trading Co., 823 Urbiztondo
Germann & Co., Ltd., 158 Juan Luna
Gonzales, J., 322 Misericordia
Kuenzle & Streiff, Inc., 343 T. Pinpin
Levy, Jacob, 334 Misericordia
Schroder, W., 522 Reina Regente
Werder & Co., Ltd., 6 Ingreso
Yek Hua Trading Corporation, 129 Juan
Luna
Zuellig, F. E., Inc., 55 Rosario


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OTHER PRODUCTS
PEARL BEADS EXPORTERS
Aguado Hermanos, 103 Balmes Viegelmann, Schroeder & Co., Inc., 456
Philippine Button Corporation, 828 Mise- Dasmarinas
ricordia
PEARL BUTTONS
Philippine Button Corporation, 828 Mise- Viegelmann, Schroeder & Co., Inc., 456
ricordia Dasmarinas
LAMP SHADES
Manila Shell Art Works, 245 M. H. del Philippine Shell Craft Corporation, 478
Pilar A. Mabini
Pasay Shell Craft and Pasay Iron Works, Velmonte, Ulpiano, 1018 Misericordia
The, 729 F. B. Harrison, Pasay
FRUIT JUICES AND EXTRACTS
Fi-Ma, 465 Leveriza, Pasay
GUM COPAL
Aguado Hermanos, 103 Balmes
Bunning & Co., Inc., 135 Felipe II
Christern Huenefeld & Co., Inc., 711 Roman
Gonzales, J., 322 Misericordia
Kuenzle & Streiff, Inc., 343 T. Pinpin
(ALMACIGA)
Mitsui Bussan Kaisha, Ltd., National City
Bank Bldg.
Ohta Development Co., Insular Life Bldg.
Rios, Adriano N., 202 Sta. Maria, Tondo
Zuellig, F. E., Inc., 55 Rosario
ELEMI
Aguado Hermanos, 103 Balmes
Bunning & Co., Inc., 135 Felipe II
Christern Huenefeld & Co., Inc.; 711 Roman
Germann & Co., Inc., 156 Juan Luna
Gonzales, J., 322 Misericordia
Kuenzle & Streiff, Inc., 343 T. Pinpin
Rlos, Adriano N., 202 Sta. Maria, Tondo
Schroeder, W., 552 Reina Regente
Zuellig, F. E., Inc., 55 Rosario
RUBBER DEALERS AND EXPORTERS
Menzi & Co., Inc., 180 Juan Luna Atkins, Kroll & Co., Inc., Insular Life Bldg.
RICE EXPORTERS
Atkins, Kroll & Co., 6th Floor, Insular Life
Bldg.
Borja, Jose de, 935 Dagupan
Buny, Fortunata, 833 Dagupan
Cheng Siong Lam Co., 101 Dagupan
Chuakay & Co., M., 267 Juan Luna
Fresh Food Co., 909 San Fernando
Garcia, Eutiquiano, 819 Reina Regente
George Templeton, Dagupan
Getz, Bros. Co., G. de los Reyes Bldg.
Li Seng Giap & Co., 129 Muelle de Bi-
nondo
Mariano Urquico, Dagupan
Siv Cong Bieng & Co., Inc., 123 Juan Luna
Takahashi & Co., H., 753 Tabora
Warner, Barnes & Co., Perez-Samanillo Bldg.
Yek Hua Trading Corporation, 129 Juan
Luna
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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 practi-
cally 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
1931 1932 1933
Cotton goods................................ P32,802,095 1*33,523,243 P31,157,651
Iron and Steel goods......................... 26,729,765 19,980,053 17,891,509
Mineral Oils................................. 18,502,799 13,314,117 10,777,703
Meat and dairv products..................... 12,150,885 8,128,254 7,622,467
Automobiles, parts of, and tires for.............. 9,030,872 8,058,776 7,179,190
Wheat flour................................. 6,429,237 4,903,878 4,770,990
Paper and its manufactures................... 6,516,224 5,529,333 4,860,537
Silk and its manufactures.................... 6,461,561 4,901,256 4,770,357
IMPORTERS IN MANILA
FIREARMS AND AMMUNITION DEALERS
Alkan, Co., Inc., 120-121 Escolta Cruz
Babiera Gun Store, 238 Plaza Sta. Cruz Ledda Co., Inc., F. E., 303 Bustos
Brlas Roxas, Inc., 71 Escolta Philippine Equipment Co., The, 614 Rizal
General Trading Co., 554 Rizal Avenue Avenue
Hispano Philippine Importer and Exporter, Philippine Trading Co., 508 Rizal Avenue
The, 16 Gral. Luna, W. C. Roces & Co., Inc., 129 Plaza Goiti
Hunters' Headquarters, 307 Bustos, Sta. Squires Bingham Co., 15 Plaza Goiti
AUTOMOBILE ACCESSORIES DEALERS
Arcache, Cesar Auto Supply, 508 Ave. Rizal Luzon Auto Supply and Vul., 373 JuanLuna
Auto Service Station, Baclaran, Paranaque Manalo's Auto Supply, Inc., 508 Azcarraga
Caro Electrical Service, 110 P. Faura Manila Auto Supply Co., 633-637 and 502
Central Auto Supply, Azcarraga and Azcarraga
Avenida Rizal Manila Trading and Supply Co., 20th
Cheng Siong Lam & Co., 1001 Dagupan Street, Port Area
Cruz Auto Supply, Leyva Bldg. Motor Service Co., Inc., 408 Ave. Rizal
Daido Hardware Store, 688 Ave. Rizal Pacific Commercial Co., National City
Eastern Auto Supply, 629 T. Alonso Bank Bldg.
Erlanger and Galinger, Inc., 601 Escolta Panuncio Bros., 1746 Azcarraga
Estrella Auto Palace, 536 Gandara Philippine Auto Supplv Co., 720 Ave. Rizal
Firestone Tire & Rubber Co., P. I., 16th Red Star Auto Supply Corp., 662 Rizal Ave.
Atlanta, Port Area Reyes Motor Supply, Taft Ave. Ext., Pasay
Ford Sales and Service Station, 20th Street Sotelo Elec. Service, 1842 Azcarraga
Loyal Auto Supply and Vul., 373 Juan Luna Square Auto Supply, 635 Juan Luna
OTHER CARS, CARRIAGES AND VEHICLES
Atlantic, Gulf and Pacific Co., 77 M. de la Manila Hume Pipe and Tile Works, 1003
Industria Cordeleria
Dehn & Ebsen, Inc., 3 Plaza Cervantes Manila Trading and Supply Co., Port Area
Earnshaws Docks and Honolulu Iron Works, Mori Bicycle Store, 713 Rizal Ave.
The, Port Area Squires, Bingham Co., 15 Plaza Goiti
Erlanger & Galinger, Inc., 601 Escolta Standard Import Co., Inc., 450 P. Gomez
Filma Mercantile Co., Inc., 244 David Thompson Co., F. H., Plaza Sta. Cruz
Guarantee Cycle Supply, 622 Ave. Rizal Yutivo Sons Hardware Co., Corner Nueva
Kuenzle & Streiff, Inc., 343-347 T. Pinpin and Dasmarinas
LEATHER AND LEATHER GOODS
Beck, Inc., I., 89 Escolta Bank Bldg.
British India Bazar, 121 Escolta Osaka Boeki Kaisha, Ltd., 446 Dasmarinas
Manila Harness Co., 108 Escolta Pickett Harness Co., 308 Misericordia
Nippon Bazar, 22 Plaza Moraga Riu Hermanos, Inc., 623 Escolta .
Mitsui Bussan Kaisha, Ltd., National City Tan Li Leather Store, 472 Nueva


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MEAT AND DAIRY PRODUCTS (GROCERIES)
Ah Gong Sons & Co., 391 Echague
American Grocery217 Echague
Armour & Company, 204 Chica
Atkins, Kroll & Co., Inc., Insular Life
Bldg.
Behn, Meyer & Co., H. Mij., 227 David
Connell Bros. Co., Insular Life Bldg.
Dy Buncio & Co., Inc., 191 M. de Binondo
El Canal de Panama (Isla de Panay), 806
A. Mabini
El Globo, 405 M. H. del Pilar
El LnOero del Alba, 306 Nueva
Ermita Grocery, 96 M. H. del Pilar
European American Grocery, 430 Echague
Eilma Mercantile Co., 244 David
Genato Commercial Corporation, 1075 R.
Hidalgo
Gutierrez Hermanos, 116 Beaterio
Keller, Ed. A. & Co., Ltd., 178 Juan Luna
Libby, McNeill & Libby, Inc., 25 Sta. Cruz
Ocejo, Pomar & Co., 210 Gral. Luna, cor.
Sta. Potenciana
Pacific Commercial Co., National City
Bank Bldg.
Porta, Pueo y Cia., 212 Magallan.es
Viegelmann, Schroeder & Co., Inc., 456-466
Dasmarinas
Washington Grocery, 203-205 Echague
PAPER AND MANUFACTURERS OF
Ault & Wiborg Co. (Far East), The, 26
Basan
Corona Supply Co., 402 Juan Luna
Educational Distributor, The, 765 Juan
Luna
Genato Commercial Corporation, 1079 R.
Hidalgo
Getz Bros. & Co., Fernandez Bldg.
Gomba & Hermosura, Corner Sales and Raon
Hall & Co., Inc., 180-184 Juan Luna
Philippine Education Co., Inc., 101 Escolta
Ramson Philippine Corporation, A. C.,
717 F. Torres
Roselli & Co., H., 244 David
Smith, Bell & Co., Ltd., Hongkong and
Shanghai Bank Bldg.
PAPER
Ault and Wiborg Co., (Far East), The,
979 M. de la Industria
Corona Supply Co., 402 Juan Luna
Educational Distributor, The, 765 Juan
Luna
Genato Commercial Corporation, 1079
R. Hidalgo
Getz Bros. & Co., Fifth Floor, G. de los
Reyes Bldg.
Gomba & Hermosura, Corner Sales and Raon
DEALERS
Hall, Whipple S. & Co., Inc., 176 Soler
Heilbronn Co., J. P. 233 David
Menzi & Co., Inc., 180-184 Juan Luna
Philippine Education Co., Inc., 101-103
Escolta
Philippine Paper Products Co., 10 Cristobal
Ransom Philippine Corporation, A. C.,
717 Florentino Torres
Smith, Bell & Co., Ltd., Hongkong and
Shanghai Bank Bldg.
PAINT
American Hardware and Plumbing Co.,
101 Echague
Bazar Siglo XX, T. R. Yangco, 101 P.
Conde
Cham Samco & Sons, 306 Sto. Cristo
Daido Hardware Store, 688 Ave. Rizal
Davis, T. H. & Co., 244 David
Dupont (Macondray & Co., Inc., Agents),
China Bank Bldg.
Dy Buncio & Co., Inc., 191-211 M. de
Binondo
Elizalde & Co. (Formerly Ynchausti & Co.),
801 M. de la Industria
El 82, 274 Juan Luna
Go Soc, 618 Rizal Ave.
Norton & Harrison Co., 418 Kneedler
Bldg.
Ong Suan S., 324 Echague
Parsons Hardware and Co., Inc., 805
Echague
Rennolds, Wm. H. Co., 129 Juan Luna
Reyes, Florencio & Co., 424 Azcarraga
Simeon O. Suan, 324 Echague
Truscon-Findley Eng. and Con. Co., Inc.,
Heacock Bldg.
Uy Chaco Sons, Mariano & Co., Inc., Uy
Chaco Bldg.
Villanueva & Sons, A. B., 618 Ave. Rizal
Yutivo Sons Hardware Co., 404 Dasma-
rinas
REMNANTS (COTTON AND SILK) IMPORTERS
Aguinaldo, L. R., 514-520 Juan Luna Palomo, Gaudencio, 1601 Azcarraga
Goldenberg's Department Store, 194 Juan Rosario, C. O. del, Mrs., 1701 Azcarraga
Luna Tani, M., 420 Juan Luna
Litton & Co., 530 Juan Luna


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MUSICAL INSTRUMENT DEALERS
Beck's Inc., 89-91 Escolta, Binondo
Carinosa Music Store, 954 Ongpin, Sta. Cruz
Comman's Music and Radio Store, 17
Escolta
El Arte Music Store, 903 Ongpin
El Sol Mayor, 546 Rizal Avenue, Sta Cruz
Ideal Music Store Co., Inc., 238 Carriedo,
Sta. Cruz
I lay a Music Store & Co., 600 Rizal Ave.
La Armonla, 689 Ilaya, Binondo
La Concha Music Store, 751 Ongpin, Sta.
Cruz
La Lira, 303-309 Carriedo, Sta. Cruz
La Luna Music Store, 409 Ongpin, Binondo
"La Marina," 727 Ongpin, Sta. Cruz
Lyric Music House, Inc., 633 Escolta,
Binondo
Oliver Successores Co., Jose, 317 Carriedo,
Sta. Cruz
Philippine Music Store, Inc., The, 241
Carriedo
Popular Music Store, 804-806 Ongpin, Sta.
Cruz
Puyat Music House, 629 Rizal, Sta. Cruz
Quiason, C. & Co., Inc., 338 Raon, Sta. Cruz
Romanach & Co., Inc., A., 232 Carriedo,
Sta. Cruz
Trovatore Music Store, The, 847-849
Ongpin, Sta. Cruz
SPORTING GOODS DEALERS
Alkan, Inc., C., 120-122 Escolta
Aragon Brothers, 305 Bustos
Athletic Supply Co., 110 T. Pinpin
Brlas Roxas, Inc., 71 Escolta
Educational Distributor, The, 765 Juan
Luna
General Trading Co., 554 Rizal Avenue
Hunters' Headquarters, 307 Bustos
Ideal Sporting Goods Company, 321 Bustos
Ledda Co., Inc., F. Z., 303 Bustos
Nicolas & Co., E., 827 Ylaya
Oriental Sporting Goods, 303-305 Juan
Luna
Osaka Boeki Kaisha, Ltd., (Mimatsu
Sporting Goods), 446-454 Dasmarinas
Osawa, K. (Mizuno Sporting Goods), 318
Bustos
Philippine Trading Co., The, 508 Rizal
Avenue
Roces & Co.rInc., 129 Plaza Goiti
Squires Bingham Co., 15 Plaza Goiti
Union Sporting Goods Co., 237 Carvajal
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WHEAT FLOUR DEALERS
Daido Boeki Kaisha, Ltd., Insular Life Bldg.
Dy Buncio & Co., Ltd., 191 M. de Binondo,
San Nicolas
Connell Bros. Co., Ltd., Insular Life Bldg.
El Buen Asenso, 537-539 M. de Binondo
El Porvenir, 427 Azcarraga
El Progreso Grocery, 764 Folgueras, Tondo
Forbes, Munn & Co., Ltd., 113 M. de Bi-
nondo
Genato Commercial Corporation, 1075 R.
Hidalgo
WINE AND LIQUOR DEALERS
Go Tiong Hieng Tan Chiao & Co., 511 M. de
Binondo, Binondo
La Alegrla, 435 M. de Binondo
Macondrav & Co., Inc., China Bank Bldg.
Ong Jan Chuan Co., 467 Nueva, Binondo
Pacific Commercial Company, National
City Bank Bldg.
Ty Chuaco & Co., Inc., 333 Elcano
Wise and Company, Wise Bldg., Juan Luna
Zuellig, F. E., Inc., 55 Rosario
Ah Gong Sons & Co., 389-391 Echague
Compaliia General de Tabacos de Filipinas,
212 M. de Comillas
Destilerla Avala, Inc., 630-652 Echague
El Globo, 405-409 M. H. del Pilar
Elizalde & Co., 801 M. de la Industria
European American Grocery, 430 Echague
Fi-Ma, 465 Leveriza, Pasay, Rizal _
Hernando Bros. Co., 624 Evangelista
Isla de Cuba, Inc., 321 Estero Cegado
Isla de Panav, 806 A. Mabini
Kuenzle & Streiff, Inc., 343-347 T. Pinpin
La Copa Distillery, 929 Magdalena
La Refinerla, 495-497 Juan Luna
La Rosario Distillery, 1001-1023 R. Hidalgo
La Verdad, 520 Sto. Cristo
Lim Tuaco & Co., Inc., 527-543 Gandara
Manila Wine Merchants, Ltd., The, 174-176
Juan Luna
Ocejo, Pomar & Co., 210 Grab Luna, cor.
Sta. Potenciana, Intramuros
Osaka^ Boeki Kaisha, Ltd., 446-454 Das-
marinas
Porta, Pueo y Cla., 212 Magallanes, Intra-
muros
Vicente Cosin, J. B., 155 M. de Comillas
GREASE AND LUBRICATING OIL DEALERS
Asiatic Petroleum Co. (P. I.),- Ltd., Hong-
kong and Shanghai Bank Bldg.
Associated Oil Co., Second Floor, China
Bank Bldg.
Bennet, Inc., P. M., 607 Insular Life Bldg.,
Plaza Moiaga
Blue Diamond Petroleum Co., Inc., 53-55
Barraca
Lindogan, S. O., c/o Manila Sales Corpora-
tion, 501 Fernandez Bldg.
Parsons Hardware Co., Inc., 805 Echague,
San Miguel
Philippine Engineering Corp., 109 Plaza
Sta. Cruz
Philippine Refining Co., Inc., 1085 Isaac Peral
Reyes & Co., Florencio, 424 Azcarraga
Standard-Vacuum Oil Co., 426 Dasmarinas
Texas Co. (P. I.), Inc., The, 91 Plaza
Moraga
Uy Eng Kui Hardware, 122 Dasmarinas
Valvoline Oil Co., of New York, 627 Rizal
Ave.
MANUFACTURERS' AGENTS
Aguinaldo, L. R., 514-520 Juan Luna
Asiatic Commercial Corporation (Reither-
Akerman Co.), 139 Juan Luna
Ault & Wiborg Co. (Far East), The, 979 M.
de la Industria
Baker, E. E., Co., 6 Lack & Davis Bldg.
Bayer, Co., Inc., The, 619 Escolta
Blossom & Co., Calle Otis
Brimo, Antonio A., 412 Reina Regente
Butler Brothers (Ray U. Moore, Represen-
tative), Ayala. Bldg., Plaza Sta. Cruz
Charter, T. H., Cortes-Ochoa Bldg.
Colgate-Palmolive-Peet Co., 58 Dasma-
rinas
Consumers Trading Corporation, 326 Mise-
ricordia
Crook, Abel L., Fernandez Bldg., 124 T.
Pinpin
Davis, P. M. & Co., 76 Escolta
Dieke, Werner, 24 David
Dodge & Seymour, Ltd., Insular Life Bldg.
Farre, Enrique, Crystal Arcade Bldg.
Fernandez, P. A., 11-15 Dasmarinas
Gardiner & Co., 229 Crystal Arcade
Getz Bros. & Co., G. de los Reyes Bldg.
Glaiserman, Inc., J. M., 139 Juan Luna
Goldenberg's Dept. Store, 194* Juan Luna
Industrial and Commercial Trading, 552
Ave. Rizal
Libby, McNeill & Libby (Phil.), Inc.,
25 Plaza Sta. Cruz
Manila Machinery and Supply Co., 675
Dasmarinas
Manila Sales Corporation, 501 Fernandez
Bldg.
Manufacturers Sales Agency, 312 Crystal
Arcade Bldg.
Neves, %A. M., 307 T. Alonso
O'Farrell, Gaston, 407 Sales
Presby, S. A. & Co., 703 Insular Life Bldg.
Rennolds, Wm. H., Co., 129 Juan Luna
Reyes & Co., Florencio, 424 Azcarraga
Rosenstock & Co., Fernandez Bldg., 124 T.
Pinpin
Stevens, F. H. & Co., 517 Dasmarinas
Thompson, F. A., 206 Masonic Temple
Trans-Pacific Co., 307 Fernandez Bldg.
Traynor, James, 174 Juan Luna
Veriinden, M., 50 Escolta
Walters, S. K. & Co., 168 Soler
Warrington, R. O., 409 San Vicente
West, T. M., Inc., 504 Fernandez Bldg.
West & Whitaker, 227 David
Ysmael & Co., Juan, 348 Echague


PHILIPPINE CARNIVAL ASSOCIATION 43
INDUSTRIAL ESTABLISHMENTS IN MANILA
FACTORIES, MILLS & SHOPS
BAGOONG DEALERS
Arce, Eugenia, San Roque, Cavite Cosio, Rogaciano, 603 Ilaya
Arguz Food Packing Co., 1427 Washington Cruz de Francisco, Irene, 86 M. de Divisoria
Balayan Food Packing, c/o Manila Trading Labrador, Benita de, 646 Ilaya
Center and Exchange > Liwanag, Marcelina, 656 Ilaya
Bambao, Andres, 125 Sta. Potenciana, Lorenzana, Gabriel, 1004 Oregon
Intramuros Sanlic, Miguela, 64 Ilaya
BED MANUFACTURERS
Cochran's, 11 Plaza Moraga Quiroga Manufacturing Co., F4brica d
Irure, A., S. en C., 138 T. Pinpin Camas, 216 Tanduav
Leon & Co., B. R. de, 698 Rizal Ave. Rizal Bed Factory, The, 733 Rizal Ave.
Oriental Furniture Co., 342 T. Pinpin Restwell Mattress Co., 698 Rizal Ave.
Philippine Bed Factory, 630 Soler Thompson Electrical Co., Inc., Plaza Sta.
Puyat, Gonzalo & Sons, Inc., 727 Solana, Cruz
Intramuros
BILLIARD AND POOL TABLE MANUFACTURERS
Puyat, Gonzalo & Sons, Inc., 727 Solana, Intramuros
BLACKSMITH
Ang Tamco, 734-736 Soler Kim Jap Seng, 740 Soler, Sta. Cruz
Chim Yeng, 611 Jaboneros, Binondo Ngo Chiam, Taller de Herreria, 1027-1029
Choa Tiong Lu Bio, 730 Soler, Binondo . Azcarraga, Tondo
Chua-Kee, C. S., 556 Elcano, San Nicolas Pabilona, Dionisio, 711 Elcano, San Nicolas
Chua Tiong Yek, 738 Soler, Sta. Cruz Po Chuan Foundries, 1082 Narra
Chuan Sheng Co., 818 Ongpin, Sta. Cruz So Put Co., 519-525 Jaboneros, San Nicolas
Dian Juat, 722 Soler, Sta. Cruz Taller de Fundicidn de Gelacio Relucio,
El Minaleno, 814 Ongpin, Sta. Cruz 615 Jaboneros, San Nicolas
Gosim e Hijos, N. K., 510-512 Elcano, San Taller de Herreria de Hiap Seng, 960-962
Nicolas Azcarraga
Gui Seng, Taller de Herreria, 1055 Azcar- Taller de Herreria Choan Seng de Ong-Sio,
raga, Tondo 625 Azcarraga, Tondo
Hoc Chuan Bi, 613 Jaboneros, San Nicolas Taller de Herreria de Sy Chong, 421-429
Jap Sieng, 728 Soler Elcano, San Nicolas
Kiam Du Sing, 926 Azcarraga, Tondo
BOAT BUILDERS
Atlantic, Gulf and Pacific Co., 77 M. de la Bureau of Public Works, Engineer Island
Industria Varadero de la Quinta, Inc., 549 Echague
Earnshaws Dock and Honolulu Iron Works, Varadero de Manila, 109 Juan Luna T 4
Port Area Varadero de San Miguel, 745 Echague, San
Lao Shing, 115 Lavezares Miguel
Leung Yee & Co., Pureza Street Yangco Dry docks and Slipways, Navotas,
Marine Railway and Repair Shops, c/o Rizal
BOX MANUFACTURERS
Baxter, William, 95 Gastambide, Sampaloc Liongsin Press, 1044 Azcarraga, Binondo
Co Seteng & Co., Eduardo, 602-610 Tan- Litografia Montes, Inc., 40 Magallane*,
duay, Quiapo Intramuros
Cosmos Lumber, Tang Hong & Co:, Inc., Ly Kue Box Factory, 913 San Nicolas,
633-637 Soler, Binondo San Nicolas
Eng Sing Box Factory, 121 Hormiga, Ong, Fermin, 549 Gandara, Binondo
Binondo Ong Bue Sam Jap Hing & Co., 881-D Isaac
General Mercantile Corporation, 3 Barraca, Peral, Paco
San Nicolas Pole, Felix, 237 Espeleta, Sta. Cruz
Go Hay Box Factory, 603 Magdalena Sin Hap Li, 881 Isaac Peral, Paco
La Industria, 739 G. Tuason, Sampaloc Sy Lian Juat, 118-120 Espeleta, Sta. Cruz
Lee Chat Wooden Box Factory, 458 Nueva, Sy Piao & Co., Ltd., 768 Echague
Binondo Tan Sioc Guan Box Factory Co., 515 Ongpin
Lee Guan Cardboard Box Factory, 714-716 Tiang Sui & Co., 536 T. Alonso, Sta.
Magdalena Cruz
Lim Law Box Factory, 697 Ilaya, Tondo Tong Guan Lu, 121 Plaza del Conde


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BRICK AND TILE MANUFACTURERS
General Mercantile Corp., 15 Dasmarinas Paranaque Lime Factory and Tile Works,
corner Barraca Paranaque, Rizal
Henry M. Tile Factory, 373 Luna St., Philippine Spuncrete, Inc., Factory, Espana
Pasay, Rizal Extension, San Juan, Rizal
Machuca & Co., 21 Balmes Serrano's Tile Factory, 16 Callejon V.
Manila Hume Pipe and Tile Works, 1003 Reyes, Pasa}r
Cordeleria Tuazon, C. e Hijos, 1174 Agno
BREWERIES
San Miguel Brewer^', 132 Aviles
BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATIONS
"El Ahorro Insular", 311 Perez Samanillo "La Salvacidn", 21-23 Plaza Sta. Cruz
Bldg., Escolta "La Urbana", Paterno Bldg., Sta. Cruz
El Hogar Filipino, El Hogar Bldg., Juan Bridge and Helios Street, Sta. Cruz
Luna, Binondo Manila Building and Loan Association,
"La Previsora Filipina", 22 David Carriedo, Ground Floor, Kneedler Bldg,
BUTTON MANUFACTURERS
Manila Button Factory, Inc., 458-460 Das- Philippine Button Corporation, 828-840
marinas Misericordia
CANDLE MANUFACTURERS
Ban Seng, 365 Sto. Cristo, San Nicolas Go Han Tuan, 407 Sto. Cristo, San Nicolas
Chi Seng, 130 Villalobos, Quiapo La Luna Clara, 538 T. Pinpin, Binondo
Co Liong Gee & Co., 567 Sto. Cristo, San "La Milagrosa", 520-522 Clavel, San Nicolas
Nicolas Sam Kong, 817 Jaboneros, San Nicolas
Eng Chong Co., 441 Sto. Cristo Sin Hiap Hing, 302 Ongpin, Binondo
CAP MAKERS
New People Manufacturing Co., 550-552 Syyap Tailoring Co., Inc., Crystal Arcade
T. Pinpin, Binondo Bldg.
Brias Roxas, Inc., 71 Escolta, Binondo Yatco's Inc., 627 Escolta, Binondo
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CAR AND CARRIAGE MAKERS
Beech's Carriage Factory, 267 San Marce-
lino, Ermita
Carroceria Castelltort, 1134 Misericor lia,
Sta. Cruz
Carroceria cie E. Enriquez, 527 Martin
Ocampo, Quiapo
Heacock &
colta
Co.,
Carroceria Tangkilikin, 59 N. Domingo,
San Juan, Rizal
El Inventor, 1110 Narra, Palomar Park
Po Chuan Carriage Works, 1082 Narra,
Palomar Park
Sanchez & Co., Vicente D., 360 Aviles
CARNIVAL BADGES MANUFACTURERS
H. E., 120-130 Es- Zamora, Vda. e Hijos de Crispulo, 351 R.
Hidalgo
CARPENTERS
Cheng Cheing Pao, 21 Estrella, Binondo
Chua Cho646 Elcano, San Nicolas
Enrique, R., 430 Trabajo
Go Lee Siong Bio, 940 San Fernando, San
Nicolas
Hiratani, K., 166 Legarda, Sampaloc
La Frescura, Door and Window Manu-
facturers, 340 Trabajo
Lim Soon, 522 T. Alonso, Sta. Cruz
Manila Sash Factory, 786 Echague
So Eng Suy, 521 Magdalena, Binondo
Tav Jay & Co., 732 "Echague
Zapanta's Furniture, 1808 Herran, Paco
CASSAVA STARCH FACTORY
Causip Starch Factory, Naga, Camarines Sur, c/o 964 R. Hidalgo
CEMENT
Bazar Siglo XX, 101-113 Plaza del Conde
Cebu Portland Cement Co., 512-516 Insular
Life Bldg.
Cham Samco & Sons, 300-308 Sto. Cristo
Elizalde & Co. (Ynchausti & Co.), 801 M.
de la Industria
Go Lam Co Cement, Sand and Gravel,
306 Tetuan
and
DEALERS
Hope Manufacturing Co., 14th Ave.
5th California, Caloocan, Rizal
Mitsui Bussan Kaisha, Ltd., National City
Bank Bldg., Juan Luna
Rizal Cement Co., Inc., 8 M. del Banco
Nacional
Reyes & Co., Florencio, 424 Azcarraga
Simeon O. Stian, 324 Echague
CHOCOLATE AND COFFEE MANUFACTURERS
"Banahaw", 326 Carriedo
Campos Rueda Hnos., Inc., 2205 Azcarraga
Co Chun I-Iuat, 712 Dart
Damo's ChocolTite and Coffee Factory, 739
Dart
El Camello, 408 Estero Cegado
Filipino Inc., 1806 Herran
Hao Chu Hong, 621 Soler
Ho an Seng, 852 Ongpin
La Industrial, 278 Cristobal
La Palma de Mallorca, 154 Real, Intramuros
La Patria, 633 Legarda
La Resurreccion, Chocolate Factory, 414
Soler
La Union Store, 800 Arlegui, Quiapo
Lim Ching Chin Chocolate Factory, 218
Raon
Lim Eng Hoo Chocolate Factorv, 210 Raon
Lion D'Or, 738 R. Hidalgo
Mt. Arayat Chocolate and Coffee Factory,
Caloocan, Rizal
On Sen Chocolate Factory, 828 Ongpin
Porta, Pueo y Cia., 212 Magallanes, Intra-
muros
Purity Chocolate and Coffee Factory, 623
Ongpin
Tan Kim Seng, 817 T. Alonso
Tiu Chung Chan Chocolate Factory, 952
Ongpin
Tiong Bun Ti Chocolate Factory, 412 Soler
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COMMERCIAL IjANDBOOK
CIGAR MAN
Alhambra Cigar and Cigarette Mfg. Co.,
31 Tayuman, Tondo
Companla General de Tabacos de Filipinas,
212 M. de Comillas
El Aguila, F&brica de Tabacos y Cigarrillos,
Inc., 86 Plaza Dilao, Paco
El Oriente, F&brica de Tabacos, Inc., 732
Evangelista, Quiapo
"Germinal", Sangandaan, Caloocan
Helena Cigar Factory, 36 Novaliches, San
Miguel
Insular Development Co., Inc., 1207 Ar-
legui
Katubusan, 501 Clavel, corner Barcelona,
San Nicolas
La Comercial Cigar Factory, 1207 Arlegui,
Quiapo
La Conchita, 2009 Juan Luna, Tondo
La Favorita Cigar Factory, 1207 Arlegui,
Quiapo
La Flor de Fidela, 557 Magdalena, Binondo
La Flor de Intal, 31 Tayuman, Tondo
La Flor de la Isabela, 851 Isaac Peral, Paco
La Flor de Luzon, 701 Clavel, San Nicolas
La Grandeza, 729 Reina Regente, Binondo
La Insular Cigar and Cigarette Factory,
Inc., 20 Plaza Calderon de la Barca
La Nobleza, 409 Tayuman, Tondo
La Paz v Buen Viaje, 429 Asuncidn, San
Nicolas
La Prueba Tobacco Co., Inc., 732 Evan-
gelista, Quiapo
La Yebana Co., Inc., 57 Gastambide,
Sampaloc
Minerva Cigar Corporation, 2219 Azcar-
raga, Sampaloc
Philippine Aromatic Cigarette Mfg. Co.,
661-663 Magdalena, Binondo
Yiva La Suerte y La Pureza, 555 Miseri-
cordia
CIGARETTE M
Alhambra Cigar and Cigarette Mfg. Co.,
31 Tayuman, Tondo
B. B. B. y la Ideal, 542 Echague, Quiapo
Companla General de Tabacos de Filipinas,
212 Marquez de Comillas
Dalisay Cigar Factory, 557 Magdalena,
Binondo
El Aguila, Ffibrica de Tabacos y Cigarrillos,
Inc., 86 Plaza Dilao, Paco
"Germinal", Sangandaan, Caloocan
Katubusan, 501 Clavel, cor. Barcelona, San
Nicolas
La Alejandrla Cigarette Factory, 543 Mag-
dalena, Binondo
La Ciudad de Nankin, 414 Salazar,Binondo
La Dicha, 429 Asuncidn, San Nicolas
La Estrella de Filipinas, 752 Magdalena,
Binondo
La Flor de Fidela, 557 Magdalena, Binondo
La Flor de Intal, 31 Tayuman, Tondo
La Flor de la Isabela, 851 Isaac Peral,
Paco
La Grandeza, 729 Reina Regente, Binondo
La Insular Cigar and Cigarette Factory,
Inc., 20 Plaza Calderon de la Barca
La Nobleza, 209 Tayuman, Tondo
La Paz y Buen Viaje, 429 Asuncidn, San
Nicolas
La Prueba Tobacco Co., Inc., 732 Evan-
gelista, Quiapo
La Yebana Co., Inc., 57 Ga'stambide, Sam-
paloc
Philippine Aromatic Cigarette Mfg. Co.,
661-663 Magdalena, Binondo
Sweet Dreams Aromatic Cigarette Factory,
Inc., 1014 Narra, Tondo
Viva La Suerte y La Pureza, 555 Miseri-
cordia
COAL ]
Ampil & Co., 997 M. de la Industria, San
Nicolas
Chua Be, 128 Villalobos, Quiapo
Chua Kia, Hilarion T., 45 Plaza Gral.
La Chambre, Binondo
Chumbuque, Jose Lim, 204 Sevilla, San
Nicolas
Fernandez & Co., V. T., S. O. Fernandez
rBldg., 51 Escolta
Bongay Coal Mines, The (M. Verlinden,
Agent), 50 Escolta, Binondo
Liguan Coal Mines, Inc., 203 Reina Regente
Madrigal & Co., 8 M. del Banco Nacional
Mitsubishi Shoji Kaisha, Ltd., G. de los
Reyes Bldg.
Mitsui Bussan Kaisha, Ltd., 2nd Floor,
National City Bank Bldg.
Santos Chua Hong, J., 67 M. de Jolo,
Binondo
COMB MANUFACTURERS
an Kay" Toongv 323 -Nueva Uy Pa 321 Nueva
Kao Toe, 311 Nueva


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DISTILLERIES, ALCOHOL AND LIQUORS
Ang Tunay (Go Sun Benito), 730 Sto.
Cristo
Bais-Distilleries, Inc., Palanca Bldg. cor.
Barraca and Urbiztondo
Companla Gral. de Tabacos de Filipinas,
212 M. de Comillas
Destilerlas Ayala, Incorporada, 630-652
Echague
El Occidental, Chu Yiek & Co., 414 T.
Pinpin
Elizalde & Co., 801 M. de la Industria
Fi-Ma, 465 Leveriza, Pasay, Rizal
La Clementina, 240 M. de Comillas
La Copa Distillery, 929 Magdalena
La Fortuna, Inc., Factory, 445 Moriones
La Fuerza--Office 414, Factory 411 Fun-
dador
La Graciosa Distillery, 407 M. de Binondo
La Refiner la (Tan fay & Co., Inc.), 495
Juan Luna
La Rosario, Destilerla, 1001-1023 R. Hi-
dalgo
La Suerte, Destilerla, 530 Alvarado
La Tondena, Inc.,^ Palanca Bldg., cor.
Barraca and Urbiztondo
Lim Tuaco & Co., Inc., 527-543 Gandara
Philippine Motor Alcohol Corporation,
Palanca Bldg.
DRY DOCKS
Earnshaws Docks and Honolulu Iron Works, Varadero de la Quinta, 549 Echague
The, 110 Second St., Port Area, Manila .Varadero de Manila, 745 Echague
Marine Railway & Repair Shops, c/o Bureau Yangco, Teodoro R., 421 M. de la Indus-
of Public Works, Engineer Island tria
EGG DEALERS
Alonalon, Fabian, 1028 Arlegui
Go See Fresh Eggs, 244 Espeleta
Jok Dian Chon (Yu En), 423 Misericordia
Laurel, Valentina S., Batangas, Batangas
Luzon Fresh Egg Store, The, 140 Regidor
Nagoya, Poultry and Supply Co., Rotonda
Ng Laico, 69 Magallanes, Intramuros
Philippine Pqultry Products, Inc., 347-359
R. Hidalgo
P. I. Fresh Eggs Supply, 523 Echague
Real Fresh Eggs Supply, 146 Regidor
Sison, Marcos, 244 Espeleta
Tan Liao, 106 Gunao
Acme Engraving and Electrotyping Plant,
715-721 Calero
Arte y Trabajo, 651 Florentino Torres
Benipayo Press and Photo Engraving, 540
Misericordia
Carmelo & Bauermann, Inc., 2057 Az-
carraga
Frank & Co., 3rd Floor, 101-103 Escolta
Garcia, A., Engraver, 32 Sta. Potenciana,
Intramuros
ENGRAVERS
Joaquin Reyes & Co., Inc., 3rd Floor, 680
Ave. Rizal
Kreidt Printing Co., 550 Evanglista
McCullough Printing Co., 101-103 Escolta
Star Engraving, 670 Rizal Ave.
Sugar News Press, Inc., The, 671 Das-
marinas
Zamora, Vda. e Hijos de Crispulo, 351 R.
Hidalgo
Zamora, Luis, 314-316 R. Hidalgo
FISH NET MANUFACTURERS
Aguinaldo, L. R., 514-520 Juan Luna Philippine Net and Braid Manufacturing
Lorenzana, Filomeno, 1000 Oregon Co., 363 Juan Luna
FERTILIZER MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS
Gonzalez, J., 322 Misericordia handing
Menzi & Co., Inc., 180-184 Juan Luna Warner, Barnes & Co., Ltd., Luis Perez
Pineda & Ampil Mfg. Co., Inc., 1 Ka- Samanillo Bldg.
FOUNDRIES
Ang Sioc, S. en C., 323 Camba, San Nicolas
Atlantic, Gulf and Pacific Co., 71-77 M.
de la Industria
Chuan Seng Foundry Co., 817 Ongpin,
Sta. Cruz
Earnshaws Docks and Honolulu Iron Works,
The, 60-110 Second St., Port Area
Gosin, N. K. e Hijos, 510 Elcano
Herederos de Hilario Sunico, 503 Jaboneros,
San Nicolas
Hiap Seng Foundry, 960 Azcarraga, Binondo
Jok Tek Foundry Co., 613 Elcano, San
Nicolas
Kim Be, 226 Azcarraga, Tondo
Kim Tong Heng & Co., 529 Elcano, San
Nicolas
Lao Sai Foundries, 228 Azcarraga, San
Nicolas
"Lee Tack", 229-235 Barcelona, San Nicolas
Ngo Chian Foundry Shop, 1027 Azcarraga,
Sta. Cruz
Po Chuan Foundry, 1082 Narra
Ramon Jao, Mariano, 509 Elcano, San
Nicolas
Sam Hap Gui, 421 Fundidor, San Nicolas
Sin Yeck Foundry, 106 Elcano, San Nicolas
So Put Co., 519-525 Jaboneros, San Nicolas
Sy Cheng, 421 Elcano, San Nicolas
Taller de Fundicibn de Gelasio Relucio,
615 Jaboneros, San Nicolas
"Vulcano Engineering Co.", 521 M. de la
Industria


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COMMERCIAL IjANDBOOK
FRUIT PRESERVES FACTORIES
Andes Tomato Catsup, c/o Manila Trading
Center and Exchange
Arguz Food Packing Co., 1427 Washington
Ave.
Banaha w, 330 Carriedo
Bocayo Dagupan, c/o Manila Trading
Center and Exchange
Bocayo Lingayen, c/o Manila Trading
Center and Exchange
De Santos Packing Co., 1963 Juan Luna,
Eleazar, Perfecto J., 2652 Herran
Farmer's Food Products, Malolos, Bulacan
Hamas, Feliza V. de, Pags^njan, Laguna
Tropic Products, Inc., Pureza St.
GOLD AND SILVERSMITH
Co Tian, 413 Nueva, Binondo
El Barato, 300 Carriedo
El Brillante, (D. Trinidad), 152 Escolta
El Zenith Jewelrv Store, 66 Escolta
Heacock, H. E. Co., 120-130 Escolta
La Estrella del Norte, 46 Escolta
La Fortuna Jewelry Store, 154 Escolta
Laperal de Guzman, M., 850 Rizal Ave.
Laperal, Victorina G. de, 851 Rizal Avenue
Manila "C. O. D.", 725 Rizal Avenue
Ogawa, S., 117 Escolta
Quality Jewelry Store, The, 1730 Azcarraga
Shibuya Brothers, 313 Echague, Sta. Cruz
Zamora, Luis, 314-316 R. Hidalgo, Sta.
Cruz
Zamora, Viuda e
R. Hidalgo
de Crispulo, 351
HARNESS AND LEATHER GOODS
Binondo Harness Factory, 365 Gandara Pickett Harness Co., 300 Tefcuan
Mabuhav Harness,'723 Ongpin Prospero Plarness, The, 811 Raon
Manila Harness Co., 108 Escolta Riu Hermanos, Inc., 623 Escolta
HAT BLOCKERS
Alonso, H., 105 Escolta
Austria, P., Hat Store, 400 Carriedo
Bagong Akala, Hat Store, 620 Azcarraga
Bagong Araw, Hat Store, 735 Legarda
Banaag ng Kalayaan, Hat Store, 809 Ylaya
Bunga ng Katiyagaan, 2223 Rizal Ave.
Cobarrubias Hat Store, 332 R. Hidalgo
El Sombrero de Copa, 347 Juan Luna
Excelsior Hat Store, 1120 Rizal Ave.
Ferrazini Anselmo, Inc., 805 Sto. Cristo
Frlas, Filemon, 905 llaya
Ideal Hatters Co., Inc., 103 P. Calderon
de la Barca
Jabson, E., Hatters, 1613 Sande
La Elegancia, Hat Store, 976 Juan Luna
Liwanag, V., 1853 Azcarraga
Los Marinos Mercantes, 332 Madrid
Manila Hat Store and Factory, 320 M. H.
del Pilar
Pineda & Co., M., 105 Real
Sardes, S., Hatter, 439 Legarda
Sipag at Tiyaga., Hat Store, 1092 Juan Luna
Sombreria de Feliciano Andaya, 730 R.
Hidalgo
Sombreria de Pedro E. Andaya, 812 R.
Hidalgo
Tolosa, J., 345 Carriedo
Veloso Hat and Dresses Store, 69 Real
HOTELS IN MANILA
Bay View Hotel, Corner Isaac Peral and
Dewey Boulevard, Ermita
Boulevard Apartment Hotel, 1144 Dewey
Boulevard, Malate
Congress Hotel, 551 M. H. del Pilar, Ermita
Columbia Hotel and Restaurant, 108 San
Luis, Ermita
Delmonico Hotel, Inc., 278 Gral. Luna,
Intramuros
Gibson, A. J., 522 A. Mabini
Great Eastern Hotel, 203-205 Echague
Hotel Cantabria, 268 Gral. Luna, Intra-
muros
Imperial Hotel, 118 Real, Intramuros
Kenwood Hotel, 1099 R. Hidalgo, Quiapo
La Palma de Mallorca, 154 Real and 187
Solana, Intramuros
Leonard Wood Hotel, 625 Dakota, Malate
Luneta Hotel, 38-40 San Luis, Ermita
Manila Hotel, Luneta Extension, Ermita
New Metropole Hotel, 323-329 P. Gomez,
Sta. Cruz
New Washington Hotel, 207 Echague
Oriente Hotel, 121 Real, Xntramuros
Plaza Hotel, Plaza Goiti
Stag Hotel, The, 300 Echague, Sta. Cruz
Valhalla Hotel, The, 939 F. B. Harrison,
Pasay
ICE MANUFACTURERS
Government Ice Plant, Plaza Lawton
Malabon Ice Plant, 390 Julong Duhat,
Malabon
Philippine Cold Stores (C. S, Yuill and Co.,
Ltd.), 503-511 Echague
Rizal Ice Plant, F. B. Harrison and Taft
Ave.
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INK DEALERS
A\ilt & Wilburg Co. (Far East), The, 979 Heilbronn & Co., J. P., 233 David
1, die Ja^nd wtri-S XT Y->i i Imprenta Manila and Manila Rubber
Babcock & Co., W. R., El Hogar Bldg. Stamps Manufacturers, 735 Calero
Corona Sly Co0',' 4mKLi Luna " Grafica, Ine 62 Escolta
Feliciano & Co., Inc., J. B., 173 Maria Philippine Education Co., Inc., 101 Escolta
Clara, Sampaloc Quesada's Ink, 1118 Rizal Avenue, Sta.
Gomba and Hermanos, 541-545 Sales Cruz
Heacock & Co., H. E., Heacock Bldg., Quisumbing's Ink Products, 456 Dasma-
124 Escolta rinas
INTERISLAND STEAMSHIP COMPANIES
Calatagan Transportation Co., c/o Ayala Li Seng Giap & Co., 179 M. de Binondo
& Co., Filipinas Bldg. Madrigal & Co., 8 M. del Banco Nacional
Chua Goc Pin & Co., 1032 Comercio Palawan M/s., Inc., Uy Chaco Bldg.
Companla Marltima, 109 Juan Luna Nacional Navigation Co., c/o Ampil &
Compania General de Tabacos de Filipinas, Co., M. de la Industria
212 Marquez de Comillas Rio y Olabarrieta, 701 San Fernando
Elizalde & Co., 801 M. de la Industria Roxas y Cla., 719 Echague
Everrett, L., Inc., 223 Dasmarinas Tan Pho, 1032 Comercio
Facundo, Irineo, 204 Sevilla Tabacalera S. S. Co., 212 Marquez de
Gallego, Juan, 444 Dart, Paco Comillas
Genato & Co., 239 Barcelona Yangco, Teodoro R., 421 Muelle de la
Gutierrez Hermanos, 116 Beaterio Industria
LAMP DEALERS
Aguinaldo, L. R., 514-520 Juan Luna, Dieke, Werner, 24 Da^ id, Binondo
Binondo Osaka Boeki Kaisha, Ltd., 446-454 Das-
Behn, Meyer & Co., H. Mij., 227 David, marinas, Binondo
Binondo Pacific Commercial Co., National City
Bouffard Hnos., 648 Rizal Ave., Sta. Cruz Bank Bldg., Juan Luna
British India Bazar, 121 Escolta, Binondo Wassiamull, Assomull & Co., 121 Escolta
LIME MANUFACTURERS
Lime Corporation of the Philippines, 805 Tondo
Echague, Quiapo Paranaque Lime Factory and Tile Works,
Lime Kilns, Inc., 99 Cristobal Camp Claudio, Parafiaque, Rizal
Malabon Lime and Soap Factory, 228 Gral. Parsons Hardware Co., Inc., 805 Echague
Luna, Malabon, Rizal San Juan Mine, 40 N. Domingo, San Juan
Manila Lime Factory, 928 Velasquez, Int., del Monte, Rizal, (Tile, Bricks, Gravel)
LITHOGRAPHERS
Carmelo ABauermann, Inc., 2057 Azcarraga Litografla e Imprenta Dominga Nubia,
Cribe, L., 717 R. Hidalgo, Quiapo 410 Juan Luna, Binondo
Fajardo, Juan, 530 Raon, Sta. Cruz Litografia Manila, 207 Padre Rada, Tondo
"Germania" (Cacho Hermanos), 672 Le- Litografia Montes, Inc., 40 Magallanes,
gar da, Sampaloc Intramuros
Guzman, Pedro de, 422 Rizal Ave., Sta. Universal Press, Inc., 680 Benavides,
Cruz Binondo
LUMBANG OIL DEALERS
Aguado Hermanos, 103 Balmes Ong Sion Lumbang Oil Factory, 812 Ongpin,
Babcock, W. R. & Co., Inc., El Hogar Bldg. Sta. Cruz
Elizalde & Co. (Ynchausti y Cia.,) 801 M. Philippine National Oil, 212 Rosario
de la Industria Siy y Kong, 1131 Marcelino de Santos,
Lumbang Oil Factory, 812 Ongpin Manila
MACARONI AND VERMICELLI MANUFACTURERS
Bonifas, Antonio, 515 Padre Herrera Hiap Yek, 115 Meisic
Ching Piao, 719 Sto. Cristo Lian Seng & Co., 1043 Teodora Alonso
El Pavo Real, 438 P. Rada San Hap Ho, 415 Teodora Alonso
Go Iiin, 1875 Juan Luna Sing Kiong Hoo, 426 T. Alonso
Guibee, F&brica de Bijon, 1135 Sangandaan, Sing Sieng Heng, 688 Ilaya
Caloocan, Rizal


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COMMERCIAL IjANDBOOK
MACHINE SHOPS
Aguilar Machine Shop, 215 Lakandola,
Tondo
Atlantic, Gulf and Pacific Co., 71-77 M. de
la Industria
Chua Kee, C. S., 556 Elcano, San Nicolas
Earnshaw Docks and Honolulu Iron Works,
The, 110 Second Street, Port Area
El Oriental, 536 Ongpin, Binondo
Express Welding Sendee and Iron Works,
934 Azcarraga, Tondo
Gosim e Hijos, N. K., 510-512 Elcano,
San Nicolas
"Lee Tack", 229-235 Barcelona, San Nicolas
Marine Railway & Repair Shop, c/o Bu-
reau of Public Works, Engineer Island
Mavon Iron Works, 1012 Azcarraga, Tondo
National Iron Works, 1037 Dagupan
Nell Co., The Edward J., 680 Dasmarinas,
Binondo
Parpana Machinery and Welding, 808
Antonio Rivera, Tondo
Plaridel Iron Works and Oxy-Acetylene,
Welding, 1023 Azcarraga, Tondo
So Put Co., 519-525 Jaboneros, San Nicolas
Soliongko & Co., Dalmacio, 341-345 Bar-
celona, San Nicolas
Standard Iron Works, 713 Azcarraga, Tondo
Sulit Hmos. & Co., 812 Folgueras, Tondo
Taller de Fundicidn de Gelacio Relucio,
615 Jaboneros, San Nicolas
Taller de Maquinaria de Domingo Ramirez,
330 Moriones, Tondo
Taller de Maquinaria, Fundicion y Herreria
de Doroteo Celis, 803 A. Rivera
Taller de Maquinaria de Gerardo C. Cruz,
626 Azcarraga, Tondo
"Vulcano" Engineering Co., 521 M. de la
Industria
MARBLE WORK SHOPS AND SCULPTORS
Aug Batong Busilak, 380 R. Hidalgo
Arte v Trabajo, 651 Florentino Torres
Castillo G. e Hijos, 313 R. Hidalgo
"El Arte", 1409 Azcarraga
El Mausoleo Marble Works, 315 Bustos
Esteban Sculpture Works Co., 1109 Rizal
Ave.
Jesus, Clemente de, 704 R. Hidalgo
Marmolerla Nacional, 921 Rizal Ave.
Martinez, Ramdii S., 935 Misericordia
Oriol Marble Works, 830 Rizal Ave.
Ramos Marble Works C., 858 Rizal Ave.
Taller de Escultura de Irineo M. Cristobal,
431 Evangelista
Taller de Escultura y Pintura de Juan
Castillo, 514 Evangelista
Talleres de Escultura, Marmoleria y Pla-
terla de Emilio Castillo, 1312 Azcarraga
Tolentino Marble Works, corner Zurbaran
and Rizal Avenue
Vicente, Mdximo, 812 R. Hidalgo
Villanueva Marble Works, 876 Rizal
MUSICAL INSTRUMENT REPAIRERS
"El Bombo", 1211 Azcarraga
El Sol Mayor, 546 Rizal Avenue
La Luna Music Store, 409 Ongpin
Popular Music Store, 804 Ongpin
Puyat Music Store, 628 Avenida Rizal
Taller de Composicion de Instrumentos y
Banda de Orquesta, 335 San Marcelino
NICKEL PLATING SHOPS
Arte y Trabajo, 651 Florentino Torres
"El Bombo", 1211 Azcarraga
El Oriente Nickel Plating, 709 Rizal Ave.
Frank & Company, 101 Escolta
Standard Nickel Plating, 1031 Azcarraga
Vulcano Metal, 333 Requesens
Zamora, Luis, 314-316 R. Hidalgo
Zamora, Viuda e Hijos de Crispulo, 351
R. Hidalgo
PAPER BOX MANUFACTURERS
Baxter, William, 93 Gastambide
La Industria, 739 G. Tuason
Cardboard Box Factory, 714-716 Magda-
lena
Paper Box Manufacturers, Hike Shoe
Factory, 286 San Marcelino
Litografla Montes, Inc., 40 Magallanes,
Intramuros
PLUMBERS
Blossom & Co., 4 Otis
Casupanan Brothers, 243 Blumentritt
Garcia, C. R., 2163 Oroquieta
Gerdnimo, Francisco, 2306 Rizal Ave.
Gonzales, D. A., 120 Tetuan
Guanzon Plumbing, Ed., 444 Misericordia
Javier, Ignacio R., 2029 Rizal Ave.
Jones, J. W., 312 Misericordia
La Higiene, 54 Qrogco
L&zaro, Gregorio, 245 Moriones
Luzon Metal and Plumbing Works Co.,
521-523 Soler, corner Gandara
Manila Water Saving Co., 467 San Vicente
Etemigio, Ponce J., 552 Rizal Ave.
Revi & Co., 552 Rizal Ave.
United Plumbing Co., Inc., 676 Juan Luna
Zshornack, F. A. L-, 227 David


PHILIPPINE CARNIVAL ASSOCIATION 49
POMADE AND TOILET ARTICLES MANUFACTURERS
Adriano's Drug Store and Lab., 61 N. Philippine Industrial Work, 1466 Oro-
Domingo, San Juan . quieta
Botica Insular de Primo Arambulo, 1 Maharlika Laboratory, 181 Maria Clara
Mangaliman Bros. Laboratory, 686 Sta.
Botica Reynado, 1650 Azcarraga Mesa
Farmacia Milagrosa, 601 Madrid Matsumato Pomade Factory, 832 T.
Hercules Trading and Mfg. Co., 901 Ve- Alonzo
lasquez New York Industrial Works, 630 Nueva
Lopez Chemical Industry, Dr., 1450 Sande Nolasco Mfg. Co., G. A., 2033 Rizal Ave.
Luzon Soap Factory, 1911 Juan Luna Tan Tiongchuy, 460 Juan Luna
POULTRY SUPPLY DEALERS
Campos Rueda Hnos., Inc., 2205 Azcarraga gelista, Quiapo
Mabuhay Poultry and Supply Co., 16i9 Philippine Poultry Products, Inc., 357 R.
Azcarraga, Sta. Cruz Hidalgo, Quiapo
Nagoya Poultry and Supply Co., Rotonda, Poultry Supply, The, 336 R. Hidalgo,
Sampaloc Quiapo
Novaliches Poultry Products, 704 Evan-
REAL ESTATE
Araujo, Daniel, P. O. Box 1725, Manila Real Estate, Hoskins & Co., O. M., 185
Ayala y Cia., P. O. Box 751, Manila David
Burks, Katherine L., 448 Mabini Hill, Robert, 121 Crystal Arcade
Calero, Federico, Hogar Filipino Bldg. Keyser, Luis de, 123 Victoria, Intramuros
Chuidian & Co., H. C., 910 O'Donnell Martinez y Llanos, Manuel, 87 San Juan
Chuidian, Horacio C. (Sub-Agent), 910 de Letran, Intramuros
O'Donnell Moreno, Jose (Moreno Securities Co.),
Enriquez de la Cavada, A., 609 Cu Unjieng 207 Crystal Arcade
Bldg. Navarre, Cesar G., 176 Anda, Intramuros
Grey, Juan, 438 Evangelista Ocampo, Jos6 M., P. O. Box 861, Manila
Garcia, Narciso A., P. O. Box 1982, Manila Perez de Tagle & Co., J., 692 San Luis
Gutierrez Hermanos, 116 Beaterio, Intra- Navarro, R. F. & Co., Inc., Santos Bldg.
muros Ubaldo, Matlas, 1039 Benavides
REPTILE SKIN GOODS MANUFACTURERS
Cosmos Trading Co., 823 Urbiztondo Ibis Corporation, 806 A. Mabini
Espejo Reptile Factory, 554 M. H. del Magallanes Shoemaker, 131 Real
Pilar Taguibao, G., 1106 Tennessee
Gonzales, J., 322 Misericordia Weidemann, R., 28 Dewey Boulevard
RICE FLOUR FACTORIES
Belen Rice Flour, 14 Grab Solano C. Tuazon e Hijos,1174 Agno
RICE MILL OPERATORS IN MANILA
George Templeton, 811 Azcarraga Manila Rice Mill Corporation, 817-819
M. Chuakang & Co., 1010 Azcarraga Dagupan
ROPE AND TWINE MANUFACTURERS
Elizalde & Co. (Ynchausti & Co.), 801 Inverness
M. de la Industria Johnson-Pickett Rope Co., 2 Calle Cris-
Feliciano, Juan y Hermana, 115 Dasmarinas tobal
General Manufacturing Co., Inc., 900 Manila Cordage Co., Calle Cristobal
RUBBER PLANTATIONS
Alcazar Rubber Estates, Putiao, Pilar, Buenavista Plantation Co., Zamboanga,
Sorsogon Zamboanga
American Rubber Co., Isabela, Basilan, Lamayan Plantation Co., Lunsuran, Zam-
Zamboanga
Balactasan Plantation, Inc., Lamitan, Ba- Rio Grande Rubber State, Ltd., Kabakan,
silan, Zamboanga Cotabato
Basilan Plantation Co., Isabela, Basilan, Zamboanga Development Co., Lamitan,
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RUBBER STAMP MANUFACTURERS
Feliciano & Co., Inc., J. B., 173 Maria Escolta, Binondo
Clara, Sampaloc Manila Grafica, Inc., 62 Escolta, Binondo
Frank & Co., Office, Second Floor, 101-103 Manila Rubber Stamp, 735 Calero
Escolta, Binondo McCullough Printing Co., Second Floor,
Philippine Education Co., Inc., 101-103 101 Escolta, Binondo
RUBBER SHOE FACTORIES
Health Rubber Products, Mambaling, Rizal
Cebu Porvenir Rubber Products, 2659 Herran
Mabuhay Rubber Products, Inc., Pasay, Philippine Rubber Shoes, 841 Lepanto
SAILMAKERS
Duque, P., 342 Raon, Sta. Cruz National Sail Maker, 341 Misericordia,
General Sail Maker, 1151 Antonio Rivera, Sta. Cruz
Tondo Trinidad, Marcelino, 510-512 Barcelona,
Guzman's Tents, Sails and Awnings, 370 San Nicolas
Raon, Sta. Cruz
SHIRT FACTORIES
Ang Tibay Shirt Factory, 906 Bilbao, Tondo
Amor Trading Company, 1552 A. Mabini
Apo Shirt Factory, 148 Rosario, Binondo
See Hua & Co., 425 Nueva, Binondo
Camiseta Barato, 200 Rosario, Binondo
Center de Luxe, Inc., 80-82 Escolta, Bi-
nondo
Chua Ching Shirt Factory, 477 Juan Luna,
Binondo
Chua Lit Sun Sing, 308 Gandara, Binondo
Dealers Co-operative, 9165 M. de Comillas,
Paco
Gandhi Shirt Factory, 123-B Rosario,
Binondo
Imperial Shirt Factory
Index Tailoring, The, 729 R. Hidalgo,
Quiapo
Liberty Shirt Factory, 681 I lay a, San
Nicolas
Luzon Shirt Factory, 451 Juan Luna,
Binondo
Luzviminda Shirt Factory, 1115 Singalong
Manila Shirt Factory and Dry Goods
Store, 44 Escolta, Binondo
Noguchi, K., 55 Gen. L. Geronimo, Sam-
paloc
Odeon Shirt and Pants Factory, The, 735
Ongpin, Sta. Cruz
Perfect Shirt Factory, 477 Juan Luna,
Binondo
Rex Shirt Factory, 345 Palma, Sta. Cruz
Royal Shirt Factory, 521 R.izal Ave., Sta.
Cruz
Sport Shirts and Pants Co., 511 Ongpin,
Binondo
Sun Shirt Factory, 15 San Gabriel, Binondo
Suy Hua Hero Shirt Store, 484 Juan Luna,
Binondo
Syyap Tailoring Co., Inc., Crystal Arcade,
Escolta
Tomonaga Shirt Factory, 230 Lardizabal,
Sampaloc
Toyo Shirt Factoiy, Inc., 1044 Azcarraga,
Binondo
Washington Shirt Factory, 331 Juan Luna,
Binondo
SHELL CRAFT MANUFACTURERS
Manila Button Factory, Inc., 458-460 The, 729 F. B. Harrison, Pasay
Dasmarinas Philippine Button Corporation, 828-840
Manila Shell Art Works, 245 M. H. del Misericordia
Pilar Philippine Shell-Craft Co., 478 A. Mabini
Pasay Shell Craft and Pasay Iron Works,
SOAP
Ang Tagumpay Soap Factory,
Cristo
Co Ban, 740 Sto. Cristo
Co Bok, 345 Sto. Cristo
Co Chu, 762 Sto. Cristo
Co Pak, 426 Sto. Cristo
Co Se Bun, 1125 Sta. Elena
Co Sin, 1030 Comercio
Co Kau, 1020 Comercio
Co Tuan, 1109 M. de Santos
Chuan Lim, 609 Sto. Cristo
Chua Tan, 1122 Sta. Elena
FACTORIES IN MANILA
370 Sto. Guan Huat Soap Mfg. Co., 913 Jaboneros
Go Sun Guan, 510 Echague
Juan Guan, 440 Sto. Cristo
Kaw Cha, 238 Tetuan
Koo Sun Ho, 505 Sto. Cristo
Lim Tiu, 516 Sta. Cristo
Luzon Soap Factory, 1911 Juan Luna
Phil. Manufacturing Co., 244 David
Tin Kuy Loy Soap Factory, 921 Jaboneros
Union Soap Factory, 244 David
Veloso Mfg. Co., 1042 Arlegui
Zuellig, 55 Rosario


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TELEGRAPH AND CABLE COMPANIES
Commercial Pacific Cable Co., El Hogar Filipino Bldg.
Filipino Bldg. Mackav Radio and Tel. Co., 20 Escolta
Eastern Extension Australasia and China R. C. A. Communications, Inc., Insular
Telegraph Co., Ltd., The, El Hogar Life Bldg.
TOY MANUFACTURERS
Dulay, Gregorio, Manila Trading Center Velasco, Felix, Manila Trading Center and
and Exchange _ Exchange
Lacson, Constancio, Mandaluyon, Rizal
TOYO SAUCE MANUFACTURERS
Chinese Sauce Manufacturing, 1361 La Kwong Shing Yuen, 17 Riverside, San Juan
Loma, Caloocan Philippine Scientific Laboratories, 379 Li-
Kwong Kian Chan, 13 Riverside, San Juan bertad, Pasav
Kwong Lee Chan, 144 A. Bonifacio, La Seng Kee & Co., Toyo Factory, Isla de
Loma Balut
TRUNK MANUFACTURERS
Manila Harness Co., 108 Escolta Riu Hermanos, Inc., 623 Escolta
Pickett Harness Co., 300 Tetuan
UMBRELLA MANUFACTURERS
Ho To & Co., 323 Dasmarihas, Binondo Sing Hwa & Co., 680 Ilaya, Binondo
Jao Tiaoco & Co., 222 Carvajal, Binondo Tan Bee Kim, The New Era, 7 Renta,
Seng Kee & Co., 622 Nueva, Binondo Binondo
VEGETABLE AND FRUIT DEALERS
Alonalon, Fabian, 1028 Arlegui Market
Baguio Vegetable Store, 204 Padre Faura Philippine Cold Store, 503-511 Echague
Baguio Vegetable Supply, 326 A. Mabini Tan Seng Hoo, Charles, 628 Norzagaray
Doneza, Santiago, 13 F. Ducos Washington Cold Stores, Inc., 512 Echa-
Fresh Tropical Fruits, 690-694 Quinta gue
VEGETABLE OIL FACTORIES
International Oil Factory, 11 Riverside, Philippine Mfg. Co., 244 David
San Juan Zuellig & Co., F. E., Inc., 55 Rosario
VINEGAR DEALERS
Elizafide & Co., 801 M. de la Industria Paombong Vinegar, 107 Solis
Hernando Bros., 624 Evangelista
WALKING STICK MANUFACTURERS
Bureau of Prisons, Azcarraga Intramuros
El Brillante, 152 Escolta Jesus, Matlas de, 1202 Antonio Rivera
Esteban, Dalmacio, 1139 A. Rivera Sombillo, Mariano, 1146 A. Rivera
Gonzalo Puyat & Sons, Inc., 727 Solatia,'
WEIGHTS AND MEASURES MANUFACTURERS
Catis de Garcia, Maria, 1 Pereira
WINDOW SASH AND DOOR MAKERS
Aquino, Jose, 901 Dart, Paco Mabuhay Sash Factory, 912 Azcarraga,
Gotamco Hermanos, Vicente, 430 Tan- Binondo
duay Manila Sash Factory, 786-788 Echague,
Jacinto, Leonardo, 1431 Washington, Sam- San Miguel
paloc New Port Lumber and Window Manu-
La Frescura, 340 Trabajo, Sampaloc facturing Co., 804 Juan Luna, Tondo
La Suerte, 908 Azcarraga Tay Jay Company, 732 Echague
YL ANG YL AN G OIL MANUFACTURERS
Manila Ylang-Ylang Distillery, Ltd., 153 Juan Luna


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LIST OF SAWMILLS AND MACHINE LOGGING
OPERATIONS WITHOUT SAWMILLS
AS OF AUGUST 31, 1934
LICENSE AGREEMENT
Name and Nationality of Operators Location Mail Address of Owners Approxi- mate Rate Daily Ca- pacity in Board Feet Remarks
H. C. Heald (Sto. Tomas and Tuba Sawmills) Santo Tomas~and Tuba, Mountain Baguio, Mountain Province 15,000 15,000 Circular mills
Dee Hong Lue & Co. ,fJnc. Chinese Matalvis/ Masin- loc, Zambales 940 Juan Luna Manila 40,000 Band mill
InternationalJLard- wood and Veneer Co.American Pangil/Laguna c/o Mr. H. C, Heald, Baguio, Mountain Province 15,000 Circular mill; shutdown
Filipinas Lumber Co., Inc., (Southern Luzon, Calauag, Kabibihan and Ban- tolinao Sawmill) Amer. and Chinese Aloneros Calauag Kabibihan Bantolinao 1 Taya- bas \ 123 Juan Luna Manila 10,000 20,000 5,000 4,000 Circular mills
Sumagui Timber Co.Americans Sumagui, Mindoro P. 0. Box 3104 Manila 18,000 Circular mill; shutdown
Atlantic, Gulf and Pacific Co.Amer- icans De Leon, Mambu- lao, Camarines Norte 77-79 Muelle de la Industria, Manila 60,000 Band mill
Cadwallader- Gibson Lumber Co.Americans Butauanan, Siru- ma, Camarines Sur 63 Nagtahan, Manila 70,000 Band mill
Juan Gallego (Danawin Sawmill) Filipino Danawin, Ragay, Camarines Sur P. 0. Box 286 Manila 25,000 Circular mill
Philippine Lumber Manufacturing Co. Amer. & Chinese Catabafigan, Camarines Sur 16 Soler, Manila 60,000 Band mill
Insular Lumber Co.Americans Fdbrica, Negros Occidental Perez-Samanillo Bldg., Manila 125,000 Band mill
Anakan Lumber Co.Filipino Gingoog, Oriental Misamis Elizalde Bldg., Manila 3,000 Circular mill
Findlay-Millar Timber Co. British Kolambugan, Lanao P. 0. Box 307, Manila 120,000 Band mill
Misamis Lumber Co., Inc.Filipino Misamis, Occiden- tal Misamis Misamis, Occiden- tal Misamis 20,000 Circular mill


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Port Lamon Lumber Co. Filipino Port Lamon, Hina- tuan, Surigao 8 Muelle del Banco Nacional, Manila 45,000 Band and circular mills
Basilan Lumber Co.Amer .-Swiss Port Holland, Zamboanga Zamboanga, Zam- boanga 55,000 Circular mill
Mindanao Lumber Co., Inc., (Chin- kang Sawmill) Chinese Naga-Naga, Zam- boanga 214 Soler, Manila 40,000 Band mill; shutdown
Port Lebak Lumber Co.Chinese Port Lebak, Cotabato 530-544 Aviles, Manila 20,000 Circular mill
ORDINARY TIMBER LICENSES
Behca Lumber Co., Inc.Filipino Aparri, Cagayan Aparri, Cagayan 10,000 Band mill
Cagayan Sawmill Lumber Co., Inc. Zinundungan, Ca- taran, Cagayan 343-345 Juan Luna, Manila 10,000 Band mill
Isabela Lumber Co., Inc.Chinese Echague, Isabela 343 Juan Luna, Manila 5,000 Circular mill
Philippine Red Lumber Co., Inc. Chinese Pata, Claveria, Cagayan P. 0. Box 2978, Manila 25,000 Circular mill; burnt on June 23, 1934
Romillo's Sawmill and Lumber Co. Filipino Amonitan, Gonza- ga, Cagayan Gonzaga, Cagayan 6,000 Circular mill; shutdown
Manuel Ortega Malapit (Pansian Sawmill) Filipino Nanal-lutan, Ban- gui, Ilocos Norte Pasaleng, Bangui, Ilocos Norte 3,000 Circular mill; irregular logging and milling operations
Balatoc Mining Co. (Acupan Sawmill) American Acupan, Itogon, Mt. Province Baguio, Mountain Province 10,000 Circular mill
Benguet Consoli- dated Mining Co. (Salidec and Tabio Sawmills) Amer- icans Salidec, Atok and Tabio, Itogon, Mountain Province Baguio, Mountain Province 8,000 15,000 Circular mills
H. C. Heald (Km. 26, Tublay and Suyoc Sawmills) American Atok 1 Mt, Tublay Province Km 96) \ Baguio, Mountain Province 10,000 5,000 10,000 Circular mills; Suyoc is a new mill and begun operating on March 1, 1934
Itogon Mining Co. (Sangilo Sawmill) Americans Sangilo, Itogon, Mt. Province Baguio, Mountain Province 7,000 Circular mill
Mission of St. Mary the Virgin Belgian Sagada, Mountain Province Sagada, Mountain Province 2,000 Circular mill; irregular logging and milling oper- ations
Antonio Vasquez (Bongabon Saw- mill)Filipino Baong, Bongabon, Nueva Ecija Jaen, Nueva Ecija 4,000 Circular mill
Digmala Lumber Co., Inc.Spaniard and Filipino Calaana, Bonga- bon, Nueva Ecija Sta. Rosa, Nueva Ecija 8,000 Circular mill


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Hilario Rivera (Papaya Lumber) Filipino Papaya, Nueva Ecija Papaya, Nueva Ecija 2,000 Circular mill; ir- regular logging and milling oper- ations
Simeon Garcia (Sta. Rosa Lumber) Filipino Calaanan, Bonga- bon, Nueva Ecija Sta. Rosa, Nueva Ecija 3,000 Circular mill
Candelaria Valen- ciaFilipino Sta. Maria, Laguna Sta. Maria, Laguna 1,000 Circular mill; shutdown
Moises David Filipino Colo, Hermosa, Bataan Dinalupihan, Bataan 1,000 Circular mill; irregular logging and milling oper- ations
Evaristo Guerrero Filipino Malinao, Atimonan, Tayabas Atimonan, Tayabas 1,000 Circular mill; shutdown
Esteban Sosa Filipino Buenavista, Ma- rin duque Buenavista, Ma- rinduque 1,000 Circular mill
Manuel U. del GallegoFilipino Subaan, San Teo- doro, Mindoro 444 Dart, Manila 15,000 Band and circular mill; shutdown
Philippine Lumber Exportation Co., Ltd.Japanese Casiguran, Ta- yabas 758 Legarda, Manila 20,000 Circular mill; shutdown
Salakan Lumber Co., Inc.Filipino Salakan, Guina- yangan, Tayabas Cu Unjieng Bldg., Manila 10,000 Circular mill
St. Joseph Lumber Co., Inc.Filipino Hook Bay, Polillo, Tayabas 155 Paz, Manila 7,000 Circular mill ; shutdown
Tan Lian Cuan (Polillo Sawmill) Chinese Polillo, Tayabas Polillo, Tayabas 10,000 Circular mill
The Tayabas Lum- ber Co., Inc.Fili- pino and Chinese Malicboy, Pagbilao, Tayabas Malicboy, Pagbilao, Tayabas 10,000 Band mill
Francisco Boix Filipino Lalawigan, Daet, Camarines Norte 244 Anda, Manila 15,000 Circular mill
Luis Salazar (Mas- bate Sawmill) Filipino Daanlongsod, Mas- bate, Masbate Masbate, Masbate 1,000 Circular mill
Mayon Sawmill and Lumber Co., Inc. American Legaspi, Albay Legaspi, Albay 8,000 Circular mill
Pedro E. Dy-Liacco (Naga Lumber Sawmill) Filipino Balongay, Cala- banga, Camarines Sur Naga, Camarines Sur 4,000 Circular mill; irregular logging and milling oper- ations
South Catanduanes Lumber Co., Inc. Filipino Birac, Albay Virac, Albay 2,000 Circular mill
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Bleibel Sawmill (Benjamin Bleibel) Filipino Catbalogan, Samar Catbalogan, Samar 3,00C > Circular mill; irregular logging and milling oper- ations
Calubian Sawmill, Inc.American and Filipino Calubian, Leyte Calubian, Leyte 5,000 Circular mill
C. H. Nay lor (La- goma Sawmill) American Lagoma, Hinuna- ngan, Leyte Lagoma, Hinuna- ngan, Leyte 5,000 Circular mill
Dalmacio Agaton (Abuyog Sawmill) Filipino Abuyog, Leyte Tacloban, Leyte 5,000 Circular mill; irregular logging and milling oper- ations
Eliseo Saludo (La Esperanza Sawmill Corporation, Ltd.) Filipino Himatagon, Caba- lian, Leyte Himatagon, Caba- lian, Leyte 2,000 Circular mill
Eureka Sawmill & Co., Inc.Filipino Tacloban, Leyte Tacloban, Leyte 5,000 Circular mill
Francisco Ido Filipino Giporlos, Balan- giga, Samar Tacloban, Leyte 2,000 Circular mill
Levte Sawmill, Inc. -Filipino Tacloban, Leyte Tacloban, Leyte 5,000 Circular mill
Mariano Bernardo Filipino Salcedo, Samar Guiuana,'Samar 2,000 Circular mill; irregular logging and milling oper- ations
Ma tilde A. de GomezFilipino Calbayog, Samar Calbayog, Samar 2,000 Circular mill
Marcelo Abesamis (Visayan Sawmill) Filipino Tacloban, Leyte Tacloban, Leyte 5,000 Circular mill
Oriental Lumber and Sawmill, Inc.- Filipino Carigara, Leyte Carigara, Leyte 2,000 Circular mill; irregular logging and milling oper- ations
Philippine Lumber Co., Inc.Filipino Abuyog, Leyte Tacloban, Leyte 5,000 Circular mill
Justino Ma. Se- quera (Rio Grande Sawmill)Filipino Subang-dacu, Ormoc, Leyte Ormoc, Leyte 1,000 Circular mill; shutdown
Tan Cinco Sawmill Inc.-Filipino Sabang, Calbayog, Samar Calbayog, Leyte 2,000 Circular mill; irregular logging and milling oper- ations
Emilio Benedicto (Sta. Rita Sawmill) Filipino Cabagna-an, La Castellana, Occi- dental Negros La Carlota, Occi- dental Negros 1,000 Circular mill; irregular logging and milling oper- ations
Samuel Vernard Crane (Pioneer Lumber Manufac- turers)-American Minacalao, Sagay, Occidental Negros i P. 0. Box 14, Sagay, Occidental Negros 3,000 Circular mill


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Manuel Perez Al- varezFilipino Kabankalan, Occi- dental Negros Kabankalan, Occi- dental Negros 2,000 Circular mill; irregular logging and milling oper- ations
John T. Clark- American Tagburos, Puerto Palawan Puerto Princesa, Palawan 2,000 Circular mill
Thos. A. Wallace- American Binaluan, Taytay, Palawan 213 Barcelona, Manila 3,000 Circular mill; shutdown
Cesar S. Gamboa (Oriental Negros Sawmill Co.) Filipino Pamplona, Tanjay, Oriental Negros Hacienda Conchita, Fabrica, Occidental Negros 4,000 Circular mill
Miguel Diaz (Ar- naiz Bros. Lumber Co.)Filipino Pinalayaan, Tan- jay, Oriental Negros Tanjay, Oriental Negros ' 5,000 Circular mill
Abaga Lumber Co., Inc.Americans Abaga, Numimgan, Lanao Iligan, Lanao 8,000 Circular mill
Butuan Sawmill, Inc.Filipino Butuan, Agusan Butuan, Agusan 5,000 Circular mill
Ciriaco Enriquez Filipino Surigao, Surigao Surigao, Surigao 4,000 Circular mill
Emilia Garces Filipino Layauan, Loreto, Surigao Ubay, Bohol 2,000 Circular mill
Cristeta V. Bringas (Plaridel Sawmill) Filipino Plaridel, Occidental Misamis Cebu, Cebu 2,000 Circular mill
F. R. Miller (Snug Harbor Sawmill) American Snug Harbor, Ba- liangao, Occidental Misamis Snug Harbor, Ba- lianngao, Occiden- Misamis 10,000 Circular mill
Hijos de F. Escano,_ Inc. (Dinagat Saw- mill)Filipino Tagabaca, Dinagat, Surigao P. 0. Box 29, Cebu, Cebu 4,000 Circular mill
Iligan Lumber Co. (Larapan, Tacub and Iligan Saw- mills)Filipino Larapan ) Tacub > Lanao Iligan ) Iligan, Lanao 5,000 2,000 4,000 Circular mills; Larapan and Ta- cub (New) Saw- mills, owned for- merly by B. B. Andrada
Margarita L. Perez (Aserradora Ntra. Sra. del Rosario) Filipino Magoong, Iligan, Lanao Milagros, San Juan del Monte 5,000 Circular mill
Miguel Shoker (Mu- mungan Lumber Co.)Filipino Mumungan, Lanao Iligan, Lanao 2,000 Circular mill
Ong Hing Lian (Pacific Lumber De- velopment Co.) Filipino Surigao, Surigao Surigao, Surigao . 2,000 Circular mill
Rafael Chacon (Pangasihan Saw- mill)Filipino Pangasihan, Odion- gan Gingoog, Orien- tal Misamis Gingoog, Oriental Misamis 1,000 Circular mill


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Salvador T. Lluch (Lake Lanao Lum- ber and Develop- ment Co.)Filipino Dansalan, Lanao Dansalan, Lanao 2,000 Circular mill; shutdown
Igmedio T. Tabing Filipino Centra], Davao Davao, Davao 1,000 Circular mill
Tagum Trading Co., Inc.Japanese Tambongon, Buna- uan, Davao, Davao P. 0. Box 461, Manila 15,000 Band mill
The Heirs of M. Y. MaruyamaJap- anese Tigatto, Davao, Davao Davao, Davao 5,000 Circular mill
Tibungko Lumber Co., Inc.Japanese Tibungko, Buna- uan, Davao P. 0. Box 322, Manila 15,000 Band mill
W. G. Bell (Talo- canga Sawmill) American Talocanga, Malita, Davao Malita, Davao 2,000 Circular mill
P. D. Rogers (Tig- bao Sawmill) American Tigbao, Bolong, Zamboanga Zamboanga, Zam- boanga 5,000 Circular mill
Findlay-Millar Timber Co. British Milbuk, Cotabato P. 0. Box 307, Manila 25,000 Circular mills;' shutdown
F. M. Triplitt (Si- nubong and Pu- langlupa Sawmills) Filipino Sinubong and Pu- langlupa, Zam- boanga Zamboanga, Zam- boanga 3,500 3,500 Circular mills
Hercules Lumber Co., Inc.Filipino Lumarao, Zam- boanga 155 Paz, Manila 25,000 Circular mill
J. B. Coolay (Man- tivo Sawmill) American Mantivo, Sibuco, Zamboanga Zamboanga, Zam- boanga 9,000 Circular mill
J. W. Strong- American Latuan, Isabela, Zamboanga Isabela, Zamboanga 15,000 Circular mill
Jos. S. Johnston (Baliwasan, Labuan, and Malayal Saw- millsAmerican Baliwasan ) Zam- Labuan [ boanga Malayal ) Zamboanga, Zam- boanga 10,000 5,000 5,000 Circular mills; Malayal sawmill; shutdown
Mindanao Lumber Co., Inc., (Duma- nguilas Sawmill). Chinese Margosatubig, Zamboanga 214 Soler, Manila 25,000 Circular mill
Olarte Hermanos & Co. (Saraftgani Saw- millFilipino Malapatan, Glan, Cotabato Glan, Cotabato 2,000 Circular mill
Roque L. Su (Ca- vite Sawmill) Filipino Cavite, Dapitan, Zamboanga Dapitan, Zam- boanga 5,000 Circular mill
Sta. Clara Lumber Co., Inc.Filipino Punta Flecha, Mar- gosatubig 903-805 Dagupan, Manila 25,000 Circular mill
Yldefonso Yabot Filipino Paidu Pulangi, Cotabato Pikit, Cotabato 1,000 Circular mill
LOGGING OPERATIONS ONLY
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LIST OF ACTIVE MINING COMPANIES LICENSED
BY THE BUREAU OF THE TREASURY TO SELL
THEIR SECURITIES TO THE PUBLIC,
AS OF OCTOBER 31, 1934
Abra Mining Company, 412 Heacock Bldg.,
Manila
Acupan Gold Mining Company, 456 Das-
marinas, Manila
Agno Placer Mining Company, Santos Bldg.
Manila
Aldecoa Gold Mines, Inc., 306 Masonic
Temple, Manila
Ambassador Gold Mining Co., 3rd Floor,
Leyva Bldg., 227 David", Manila
Antamok Goldfields Mining Co., 4th Floor,
G. de los Reyes Bldg., Manila
Atok Central Mines Company, 4th Floor,
G. de los Reyes Bldg., Manila
Atok Gold Mining Company, 4th Floor,
G. de los Reyes Bldg., Manila
Baguio Gold Mining Company, 4th Floor,
G. de los Reyes Bldg., Manila
Balatoc Mining Company, 610-614 Na-
tional City Bank Bldg., Manila
Benguet-Atok Gold Syndicate, Inc., 322-323
Samanillo Bldg., Manila
Benguet Consolidated Mining Co., 610-614
National City Bank Bldg., Manila
Benguet Exploration, Inc., 4th Floor, G.
de los Reyes Bldg., Manila
Benguet Goldfields Mining Co., 4th Floor,
G. de los Reyes Bldg., Manila
Big Basig Mines, Inc., c/o Mr. Bradley
Fairchild, P. 0. Box 549, Manila
Big Wedge Mining Company, 4th Floor,
Gk de los Reyes Bldg., Manila
Bontoc Exploration Company, 3rd Floor,
Insular Life Bldg., Manila
Bued Mining Company, c/o Mr. S. N.
Schechter, 76 Escolta, Manila
Caraballo Mining Syndicate, Inc., c/o Mr.
F. de la Rama, Baguio, Mt. Province
Bueno Mining Company, c/o Mr. Miguel
Pujalte, Jr., 3 P. Moraga, Manila
Cervantes Exploration Co., 4th Floor, G.
de los Reyes Bldg., Manila
Consolidated Mines, Inc., 412 Heacock
Bldg., Manila
Cordillera Exploration Mining Co., 60
San Juan de Letran, Manila
Demonstration Gold Mines, Inc., 204
Crystal Arcade, Manila
Dulong^Mining Company, c/o Mr. Jorge
M. Castro, Dagupan, Pangasinan
East Mindanao Mining Co., Cebu, Cebu
Equitable Exploration Co., Inc., c/o Mr.
R. C. Staight, Filipinas Bldg., Manila
Florannie Mining Company, 314 National
City Bank Bldg., Manila
Fortuna Goldfields Mining Co., 3rd Foor,
Leyva Bldg., Manila
Gold Coin Mining Co., Inc., c/o Mr. Geo.
M. Icard, Baguio, Mt. Province
Gold Creek Mining Corporation, 209 Na-
tional City Bank Bldg.
Gold River Mining Co., Inc., Baguio, Mt.
Province
Gold Wave Exploration Co., 4th Floor,
G. de los Reyes Bldg., Manila
Golden Eagle Mining Co., 4th Floor, G.
de los Reyes Bldg., Manila
Ibonan Development and Mining Co.,
c/o Mr. E. B. Harris, 25 P. Goiti, Manila
Ilocos Manganese Mining Co., c/o Mr. J.
W. Ferrier, 702 Insular Life Bldg.
Insular Mining and Exploration Co., c/o
Mr. T. M. Holmsen, 3 Plaza Moraga,
Manila
Ipo Gold Mines, Incorporated, 4th Floor,
G. de los Reyes Bldg., Manila
Itogon Mining Company, 4th Floor, G.
de los Reyes Bldg., Manila
IXL Mining Company, Aroroy, Masbate
King Solomon Mining Co., Inc., c/o Mr. L.
Calavera, P. O. Box 182, Baguio, Mt.
Province
Lacub Mining Company, 412 Heacock
Bldg., Manila
Little Valley Mining Company, c/o Mr.
Lim Bee, 3050 Taft Ave., Pasa.v, Rizal
Mabuhay Mining Company, c/o Mr. Jose
Agbulos, China Bank Bldg., Manila
Macanaoed Mining Company, Lupao,Nueva
Ecija
Madaymon Mining Exploration Co., Santos
Bldg., Manila
Mayon Mining Corporation, 314-315 Na-
tional City Bank Bldg., Manila
Midas Gold Mining Company, P. O. Box
2623, Manila
Mindanao Mining Company, Inc., 124
Crystal Arcade, c/o Florencio Kennedy,
453 Dart, Paco, Manila
Mindoro Gold Company, 979 M. de la
Industria, Manila
Mindoro Good Luck Placer Co., c/o Mr. H.
R. Campbell, Macondray & Co., Manila
Mindoro Nugget Placer Co., c/o Mr. John
Landahl, 979 M. de la Industria, Manila
Mineral Exploration and Development Co.,
4th Floor, G. de los Reyes Bldg., Manila
Mineral Resources, Incorporated, Heacock
Bldg., Manila
Montezuma Consolidated Mining Co.,
4th Floor, G. de los Reyes Bldg., Manila
Mountain Goldfields, Inc., c/o Mr. S.
Araneta, Insular Life Bldg., Manila
Muyot River Mining Co., Inc., 204 Crystal
Arcade, Manila
National Gold Mining Co., Inc., c/o Mr.
Felipe Mortera, San Jos6, Nueva Ecija
North Camarines Gold Mining Co., P. O.
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Northern Mining and Development Co.,
c/o Mr. Amos G. Bellis, 233 David,
Manila
Pa-cal Mines, 4th Floor, G. de los Reyes
Bldg., Manila
Panique Mines, Arorov, Masbate
Paracale Gold Mining Co., Inc., 2nd Floor,
Fernandez Bldg., Manila
Paragons Exploration Company, Ayala
BLig., Plaza Sta. Cruz, Manila
Philippine Chromite Mining Co., 4th Floor,
G. de los Reyes Bldg., Manila
Philippine Mines Syndicate, Arias Building,
Manila
Placer Operating Corporation, c/o Mr. A.
W. Ralston, 675 Dasmarinas, Manila
Prosperity Placer Mining Co., Inc., P. 0.
Box 188, Baguio, Mt. Province
Pugo Mining Company, Inc., c/o Mr.
Tomas Mapua, 843 Rizal Ave., Manila
Rio Verde, Incorporated, c/o Mr. C. P.
White, 414 National City Bank Bldg.,
Manila
Salacot Mining Company, 4th Floor, G.
de los Reyes Bldg., Manila
San Mauricio Mining Company, 4th Floor,
G. de los Reyes Bldg., Manila
Santa Maria Development Mining Co., Inc.,
Santiago, Isabela
Santa Rosa Mining Company, 469 Ten-
nessee, Manila
Shevlin .Gold Mining Co., Inc., Baguio,
Mt. Province
Southern Cross Mining Company, 412
Heacock Bldg., Manila
Southern Luzon Exploration Co., c/o Mr.
H. Fielding, 521 Penafrancia, Manila
States Group Mining Company, Inc.,
c/o Mr. D. A. Cook, China Bank Bldg.,
Manila
Suvoc Consolidated Mining Co., 4th Floor,
G. de los Reyes Bldg., Manila
Suyoc Mines, Incorporated, 130 T. Pinpin,
Manila
Tagumpay Mining Co., Inc., 314 Arias
Bldg., Manila
Tuban Mining Company, c/o Mr. J. W.
Ferrier, Insular Life Bldg., Manila
Ukab Mining Company, c/o Mr. C. 0.
Bohanan, 740 Juan Luna, Manila
United Paracale Mining Company, 4th
Floor, G. de los Reyes BUg., Manila
Universal Exploration and Mining Co.,
Leyva Bldg., 227 David, Manila
Virac Exploration Company, 4th Floor,
G. de los Reyes Bldg., Manila
Zamboanga Mining and Exploration Co..
Four Rivers, Curuan, Zamboanga or
P. O. Box 2992, Manila
Zigzag Gold Mining Co., Inc., 456 Das-
marinas, Manila
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FOREIGN COINS AND THEIR EQUIVALENT IN
PHILIPPINE CURRENCY
Country Legal Standard Monetary Units
Argentine Republic.............Gold............Peso. .........
Austria.......................Gold............Schiling........
Belgium.......................Gold............Belga..........
Bolivia........................Gold............Boliviano.......
Brazil.........................Gold............Milreis.........
British Colonies in Australasia
Value in
P. I. Cur'cy
... PI.9296
.2814
.2780
.7300
... 1.0924
and Africa..................Gold.
British Honduras.
Bulgaria.........
Canada..........
Chile............
.Gold............Dollar.
.Gold............Lev.. .
.Gold............Dollar.
.Gold.............Peso. ,
.Pound Sterling........... 9.7330
(
China.
. Silver..........
(Stated values
are estimated
market values,
in gold, of silver
content of units.
Tael
(A unit
of value
as here
used;
not a
coin.)
Dollar..
. Peso.
Haikwan. .
Amov.......
Canton.....
Chefoo......
Chin Kiang.
Foochow
Hankow.. .
Kiaochow...
Nanking.. .
Newchwang.
Ningpo.....
Peiping.....
Shanghai. .
Swatow....
Takow.....
Tientsin....
Yuan......
Hongkong. .
British.....
\ Mexican.. .
Colombia......................Gold.......
Costa Rica....................Gold............Colon.
Cuba.........................Gold............Peso................
Czechoslovakia.................Gold............Krone.............
Denmark......................Gold............Krone...............
Dominican Republic............Gold............Dollar...............
Ecuador.......................Gold............Sucre...............
Egypt. .....................Gold............Pound (100 piastres).
Estonia.......................Gold............Kroon...............
Finland.......................Gold............ Markka.............
France........................Gold............Franc...............
Germany......................Gold............Reichsmark..........
Great Britain..................Gold............Pound Sterling............ 9.7330
.......Drachma..................0260
2.0000
.0144
2.0000
.2434
.6802
.6684
.6648
.6394
.6530
.6184
.6254
.6478
.6614
.6268
.6428
.6516
.6106
.6174
.6728
.6478
.4332
.4396
.4428
1.9466
.9306
2.0000
.0592
.5360
2.0000
.4000
9.8862
.5360
.0504
.0784
.4764
Greece.
.Gold.
Guatemala....................Gold.
Haiti.
Honduras.
. Gold............Gourde.
. Gold............Lempira.
Hungary......................Gold
India (British).................Gold
Indo-China....................Gold
Italy..........................Gold
Japan.........................Gold
Latvia........................Gold
Liberia........................Gold
Lithuania.....................Gold
Mexico........................Gold
Netherlands and colonies.......Gold
Newfoundland.................Gold
Nicaragua.....................Gold.......... .Cordoba
Norway.......................Gold............Krone.. .
Panama.......................Gold............Balboa..
.Quetzal................... 2.0000
.......4000
...... 1.0000
.......3498
.......7300
.......7836
.......1052
.......9970
.......3860
...... 2.0000
.......2000
.......9970
.......8040
....... 2.0000
....... 2.0000
........5360
....... 2.0000
Pengo.
Rupee..........
Piaster.........
lira............
Yen...........
Lat...........
Dollar.........
Litas..........
Peso..........
Guilder (florin).
Dollar.


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Paraguay......................Gold............Peso (Argentine).......... 1.9296
Persia.........................Gold............Rial........................0974
Peru..........................Gold............Sol........................5600
Philippine Islands..............Gold............Peso..................... 1.0000
Poland........................Gold............Zloty......................2244
Portugal......................Gold............Escudo....................0884
Rumania......................Gold............Leu...................... 0120
Russia........................Gold............Ruble.................... 1.0292
Salvador......................Gold............Colon.................... 1.0000
Siam..........................Gold............Baht (Tical)...............8848
Spain.........................Gold............Peseta.....................3860
Straits Settlements.............Gold............Dollar.................... 1.1356
Sweden....................... Gold............Krona.....................5360
Switzerland....................Gold............Franc.....................3860
Turkey.......................Gold............Piaster....................0880
Uruguay......................Gold............Peso..................... 2.0684
Venezuela.................... Gold............Bolivar....................3860
Yugoslavia. ...................Gold............Dinar.................... 0352
CHAMBERS OF COMMERCE
American Chamber of Commerce180 David.
Camara de Comercio Espanola de FilipinasCasino Espanol, Taft Avenue.
Chamber of Commerce of the Philippine Islands1031 Rizal Avenue.
Chambre de Commerce Francaise Aux lies Philippines50 Escolta.
German Chamber of Commerce of the Philippine Islands, Inc., c/o Behn, Mever
Co., 227 David.
Japanese Chamber of Commerce of ManilaInsular Life Bldg.
Manila Chamber of Commerce407 National City Bank Bldg.
Philippine Chinese General Chamber of Commerce508 China Bank Bldg.
INSURANCE
For Every Need And Purpose
Atlas Assurance Go., Ltd. The Employers' Liability
Continental insurance Co. Assurance Corporation Ltd.
Orient Insurance Company
General Agents
E. E. ELSER, IMC.
Telephone 2-24-28 Kneedler Building
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BANKS
Bank of the Philippine Islands, The10 Plaza de Cervantes.
Chartered Bank of India, Australia and ChinaFilipinas Bldg., 21 Plaza Moraga.
China Banking CorporationChina Bank Bldg., Dasmarinas.
Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corporation-35 Juan Luna.
Monte de Pied ad and Savings Bank75 Plaza Goiti.
National City Bank of New YorkNational City Bank Bldg., Juan Luna.
Peoples Bank and Trust CompanyPeoples Bank Bldg., Corner David and Dasmarinas.
Philippine National BatikMasonic Temple, Escolta.
Philippine Trust Co.Monte de Piedad Bldg., Plaza Goiti.
Postal Savings BankBureau of Posts, Manila.
Yokohama Specie Batik, Ltd., The-34 Plaza de Cervantes, Insular Life Bldg.
LIST OF INSURANCE COMPANIES OPERATING IN
THE PHILIPPINE ISLANDS ON DECEMBER.31, 1933
DOMESTIC
Name and Address of Company Kinds of Business Authorized
China Insular and Surety Company, Inc.........Fire, marine, fidelity and surety
614 Gandara
Fidelity and Surety 'Company of the P. I..........Fire, marine, typhoon, flood, earth-
Monte de Piedad Bldg.. quake and surety
"Filipiiias" CompaTuia de Seguros................Fire, marine, fidelity, surety,-accident,
Filipinas Blig. earthquake and automobile
Filipinas Life Assurance Company..............Life
Filipinas Bldg.
Insular Life Assurance Company, Ltd...........Life, health and accident
Insular Life Bldg.,
Luzon Surety Company, Inc. ..................Fire, marine fidelity and surety
Regina- Bldg. .
ManilaCompania de Seguros..................Fire, marine fidelity and surety
109 Juan Luna
Metropolitan Insurance Company...............Fire, marine, earthquake, tidal wave,
Perez-Samanillo Bldg. typhoon, war risk, civil commotion,
malicious damage, motor car, public
liability, property damage, fidelity
and surety, place glass and burglary
National Life Insurance Company...............Life
Regina Bldg.
Philippine Guaranty Company, Inc., The........Fire, marine, fidelity, surety and earth-
Insular Life Bldg. quake shock
Visavan Surety and Insurance Corporation.......Fidelity and surety
Gotiaoco Bldg., Cebu, Cebu
Yek Tong Lin Fire and Marine Ins. Co., Ltd., The. .Fire, marine, fidelity, surety, accident,
320 Dasmarinas health, lightning, earthquake, fire
and tidal wave
FOREIGN (AMERICAN)
Agricultural Insurance Company................Fire, marine, typhoon, earthquake,
Perez-Samanillo Bldg. flood, tidal wave, rain, bombard-
ment, invasion, insurrection, riot,
civil war or commotion, military or
usurped power, explosion, air-craft
and malicious damage
American Insurance Company...................Fire and marine
605 Dasmarinas
Asia Life Insurance Companv, Inc..............Life
Perez-Samanillo Bldg.
Continental Insurance Company, The............Fire, marine, earthquake shock,
Kneedler Bldg. typhoon, flood, riot and civil com-
motion, and loss of profits
Fidelity-Phonix Fire Insurance Company.........Fire, marine earthquake, earthquake
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Fire Association of Philadelphia.................Fire and marine
55 Rosario
Franklin Fire Insurance Co. of Philadelphia, The... Fire and Marine
Kneedler Bldg.
Glens Falls Insurance Company.................Fire and Marine
171 Juan Luna
Great American Insurance Company.............Fire and marine
Monte de Piedad
Hanover Fire Insurance Company, The..........Fire, marine, motor vehicle, windstorm
Regina Bldg. and cyclone, sprinkler leakage, riot,
civil commotion, explosion, earth-
quake, and tidal wave.
Hartford Fire Insurance Company, National.....Fire and earthquake shock
City Bank Bldg.
Home Insurance Company......................Fire, marine and earthquake
155 Aviles
Insurance Company of North America...........Fire, marine and inland transportation
Kneedler Bldg. & Nat. City Bank Bldg.
Lincoln Fire Insurance Company of N. Y........Fire, windstorm, sprinkle leakage, riot,
180 Juan Luna civil commotion, explosion and earth-
quake
National Fire Insurance Company...............Fire, marine, earthquake shock, earth-
155 Aviles quake fire, typhoon and flood
National Union Fire Insurance Company........Fire and marine
Perez-Samanillo Bldg.
New Hampshire Fire Ins. Co...................Fire and marine
Kneedler Bldg.
Niagara Fire Insurance Company...............Fire, marine, earthquake shock,
155 Aviles typhoon and flood
Orient Insurance Company.............................Fire, marine, motor car, aircraft, light-
Kneedler Bldg............................ ning, earthquake shock, typhoon,
explosion, tornadoes, war, flood, riots
and civil commotion
Phoenix Insurance Co.........................Fire and Marine
Masonic Temple
Springfield Fire and Marine Insurance Co.......Fire and marine
343 T. Pinpin
St. Paul Fire and Marine Insurance Co.........Fire, marine and earthquake shock
Perez-Samanillo Bldg.
United States Fire Insurance Co...............Fire, marine, earthquake shock,
Kneedler Bldg. typhoon, flood, riot and civil com-
motion and loss of profits
Westchester Fire Insurance Co.................Fire, marine, lightning, typhoon, flood,
178 Juan Luna earthquake, riot and civil commo-
tion, explosion, war, volcanic erup-
tion and tidal wave
West Coast Life Insurance Co.................Life, health and accident
Kneedler Bldg.
FOREIGN (OTHER THAN AMERICAN)
Aachen and Munie Fire Insurance Co., German.. Fire, marine, motor car and accident
178 Juan Luna
Alliance Assurance Company, Ltd., British.......Fire, motor car, and employers'
Hongkong Bank Bldg. liability
Atlas Assurance Company, Ltd., British.........Fire, marine, motor car, workmen's
Kneedler Bldg.; 109 Juan Luna; compensation, plate glass, personal
China Bank Bldg. accident, earthquake shock, typhoon,
flood, riot and civil commotion and
loss of profits
Baloise Fire Insurance Company, Swiss...........Fire
343 T. Pinpin
British and Foreign Marine Insurance Co., Ltd.,
British......................................Marine
Hongkong Bank Bldg.
British Traders' Insurance Company, Ltd.......Fire, marine, earthquake shock, earth-
Hongkong Bank Bldg. & Chaco Bldg. quake fire, typhoon, flood, riot and
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Caledonia Insurance Company, British...........Fire, marine, automobile, earthquake,
129 Juan Luna plate glass, personal baggage, per-
sonal accident and sickness, bur-
glary, war, riots, civil commotion
and typhoon
Canton Insurance Office, Ltd, British...........Marine
Hongkong Bank Bldg.
Century Insurance Company, Ltd., British.......Fire, marine, earthquake and explosion
Perez-Samanillo Bldg.
China Fire Insurance Company, Ltd., British.... Fire, marine and casualty (except
Perez-Samanillo Bldg. workman's compensation and sick-
ness and disease)
Commercial Union Assurance Co., Ltd., British.. .Fire, marine, motor car, earthquake
Hongkong Bank Bldg. shock and or earthquake fire, tv-
National City Bank Bldg. phoon, flood, accident and work-
Chaco Bldg. men's compensation
Crown Life Insurance Company, Canadian.......life
Cu Unjieng Bldg.
Employers' Liability Assurance Corporation Ltd.,
British......................................Fire, marine, motor car, earthquake
Kneedler Bldg. shock, workmen's compensation,
plate glass, personal accident, ty-
phoon, flood, riot and civil com-
motion, loss of profits and life
Fuso Marine and Fire Insurance Co., Ltd., Jap-
anese ........................................Fire and marine
Perez-Samanillo Bldg.
General Accident Fire and Life Assurance Corp.,
Ltd., British.................................Fire, motor car, accident sickness,
227 David earthquake shock and typhoon
General Insurance Co., Ltd., of Trieste and Venice,
The, Italian..................................Fire and marine
212 Marques de Comillas
Guardian Assurance Co., Ltd., British...........Fire, marine, lightning, typhoon, flood
10 San Gabriel; 178 Juan Luna; and earthquake
Iloilo, Iloilo
Hongkong Fire Insurance Co., Ltd., British......Fire and marine
174 Juan Luna
International Assurance Company, Ltd., British.. .Fire, marine, earthquake, automobile,
Perez-Samanillo Bldg. personal accident, typhoon, tidal
wave, third party liability, property
damage, burglary and theft
Law Union and Rock Insurance Co., Ltd., British. .Fire, and casualty (except plate glass,
Perez-Samanillo Bldg. sickness, accident and disease)
Legal and General Assurance Society, Ltd., British.. Fire, earthquake, war, riots, civil com-
129 Juan Luna motion and typhoon
Liverpool and London and Globe Insurance Co.,
British......................................Fire, marine, automobile, plate glass,
174 Juan Luna loss of profits, general accident, em-
ployers' liability, burglary, house
breaking, larceny, theft, water dam-
age and damage by aircraft
London Assurance Corporation, British..........Fire, earthquake shock, typhoon and
Chaco Bldg. flood
London and Scottish Assurance Corp., Ltd., British Fire and earthquake
Perez-Samanillo
Manufacturers Life Insurance Co., Canadian.....Life
Kneedler Bldg.
Marine Insurance Company, Ltd., British........Marine
Chaco Bldg.
Netherlands Insurance Co., est. 1845, The, Dutch. .Fire and marine
227 David
New India Assurance Co., Ltd., The, Indian.......Fire and marine
174 Juan Luna
New Zealand Insurance Co., Ltd., British.........Fire and marine
Chaco Bldg.


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Nord-Deutsche Versicherangs-Gesellschaft, Ger-
man........................................Fire
180 Juan Luna
North British and Mercantile Insurance Co., Ltd.,
British.......................................Fire, marine, motor car, personal acci-
Chaco Bldg.; 109 Juan Luna; dent, accident and disease, baggage,
Perez-Samanillo Bldg. workmen's compensation, employers'
liability, earthquake fire and shock,
and lift
North China Insurance Co., Ltd., British........Fire, marine and casualty (except
174 Juan Luna motor car, workmen's compensation
and sickness and disease)
Northern Assurance Co., Ltd., British...........Fire, motor car, accident, earthquake
Chaco Bldg.; Perez-Samanillo Bldg. fire and shock, typhoon and flood
Norwich Union Fire Insurance Society, Ltd.,
British......................................Fire, marine, workmen's compensa-
129 Juan Luna tion, earthquake fire, earthquake
shock, war, riots, civil commotion
and typhoon
Pearl Assurance Co., Ltd., British...............Fire, workmen's compensation, light-
Perez-Samanillo Bldg. ning, storm, flood, earthquake, ex-
plosion, water damage, spontaneous
combustion, burglary, theft, war,
riots, civil commotions and aircraft
Phoenix Assurance Co., Ltd., British............Fire, marine, lightning, typhoon, flood,
10 San Gabriel; 178 Juan Luna; earthquake, accident, workmen's
212 Marques de Comillas compensation, riot and civil commo-
tion, explosion, war, volcanic eruption,
tidal wave, loss of rents, sickness and
disease, employers' liability, motor
car, thunderbolt, burglary, house-
breaking, larceny, theft, property
damage, and third party liability
Prudential Assurance Co., Ltd., British..........Fire
55 Rosario
Royal Insurance Co., Ltd., British..............Fire, marine, motor car, earthquake
55 Rosario; 979 Muelle de la Industria shock, workmen's compensation, acci-
dent and health, earthquake fire,
plate glass, lift and liability to
public
Samarang Sea and Fire Insurance Co., Ltd., Jav-
anese .......................................Fire, marine, workmen's compensation,
178 Juan Luna earthquake, tidal wave, flood, motor
car, lightning, war risks, riots and
civil commotions, typhoon, accident,
sickness and plate glass
Scottish Union and National Insurance Co., British. .Fire
Chaco Bldg.
Sea Insurance Co., Ltd., British................Fire, marine, accident, typhoon, earth-
Perez-Samanillo Bldg. quake, motor car, personal baggage,
war, riots, civil commotion, malicious
damage and workmen's compen-
sation
South British Insurance Co., Ltd., British.......Fire and marine
Hongkong Bank Bldg.
Sun Insurance Office, Ltd., British..............Fire, marine, lightning, typhoon, flood,
10 San Gabriel; 343 T. Pinpin; earthquake, motor car, workmen's
National City Bank Bldg. compensation, personal accident, sick-
ness, disease, volcanic eruption,
tidal wave, loss of rents, personal
baggage, riot and civil commotion,
and war
Sun Life Assurance Co. of Canada, Canadian.. .Life
Heacock Bldg.
Switzerland General Insurance Co., Ltd., SwissFire and marine
55 Rosario


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Taisho Marine and Fire Insurance Co., Ltd., Jap-
anese.......................................Fire, marine, transportation, motor
National City Bank Bldg. car and personal accident
Thames and Mersey Marine Insurance Co., Ltd.,
British.......................................Marine
National City Bank Bldg.
Tokio Marine and Fire Insurance Co., Ltd., Jap-
anese ........................................Fire and marine
Perez-Samanillo Bldg.;
National City Bank Bldg.
Union Fire, Accident and General Insurance Co.,
French.. .'...,................................Fire
National City Bank Bldg.
Union Insurance Society of Canton, Ltd., British .. .Fire, marine and casualty (except
174 Juan Luna; Monte de Piedad Bldg.; motor car, workmen's compensa-
National City Bank Bldg. tion, and sickness and disease)
World Auxiliary Corporation, The, British.........Marine
174 Juan Luna
Yant.sze Insurance Association, Ltd., British.......Fire, marine, accident, typhoon, earth-
155 Aviles; Perez-Samanillo Bldg. quake, motor car, personal baggage,
war, riots and civil commotion,
malicious damage and consequential
loss
Yokohama Fire and Marine Insurance Co., Ltd.,
Japanese....................................Fire and marine
174 Juan Luna
Yorkshire Insurance Co., Ltd., British...........Fire, motor car and workmen's com-
Chaco Bldg. pensation
ORIGIN A TORlOFiTIIE
REPTILE LEATHER INDUSTRY in the PHILIPPINES
WHOLESALE
R. WEIDEMANN, Leather Chemist
Formerly 200 Alhambra RETAIL
Ladies purses, Cigarette-Cases, Lighters,
Card Cases, Bill-folds, Bridgepads. Ladies
and Gent's belts, Overnight suit-cases
Coinpurses-Watch bands, Riding crops,
Walking sticks, etc., made of Genuine Rep-
tile Leather (Snake, Lizard, Crocodile, etc.)
Buy 100% Philippine-made-products
We are also exporters of raw and tanned reptile skins to all parts of the World
28 Dewey BoulevardOpposite the Elks Club next to Miramar Building
Tel. 2-39-27 MANILA, P. I. P. O. Box 2911
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NEWSPAPERS AND PUBLICATIONS
Revised up to August 31, 1934
MANILA
Name of Publication Language
Agricultural Life.......................English............
American Chamber of Commerce Journal..English............
American Oldtimer.....................English............
Amigo del Pueblo......................Span.-Tag.-Iloeano..
Baguio Ilocos Press....................Eng.-Ilocano.......
Balen, Ing............................Pampango.........
Beauties..............................English............
Bicol Courier..........................Eng.-Span.-Bicol. .
Bisaya................................Visayan (Cebuano).
Bisaya................................Ilongo.............
Boletin de la Camara de Comercio Es-
panola..............................Spanish...........
Boletin Eclesiastico de Filipinas..........Spanish...........
Builder, The..........................English............
Bulletin of the San Juan de Dios Hospital,
The................................Tag.-Span.-Eng.....
Cabletow, The.........................English-Spanish.. ..
Oapampangan, Ing.....................Pampango.........
Campus Leader, The...................English............
Catandugnanon........................Eng.-Bicol.........
Catimawan, Ing.......................Pampango.......
Chinese Commercial News..............Chinese.........
Chinese Daily Bulletin.................Chinese...........
College Magazine......................English............
Columbian, The.......................English............
Commerce.............................English-Spanish
Commercial Philippines.................English-Spanish
Comercio, El..........................English............
Construction...........................English............
Courier, The..........................English............
Cultura Social........................Spanish...........
Dangadang............................Spanish-Ilocano....
Damag ti Pagarian, Ti.................Ilocano............
Dawn, The............................English............
Debate, El (one of D-M-H-M). ........Spanish...........
Dee Tees.............................English............
Defensa, La...........................English-Spanish ....
Diario de Sesiones.....................English-Spanish ....
Diocesan Chronicle, The................English............
Ecos..................................English-Spanish....
Emancipator, The......................English............
Excelsior..............................Spanish...........
Far Eastern Affairs....................Eng.-Span.-Tagalog.
Far Eastern Freemason, The........... .English............
Fiat Lux............................. .English............
Filipinas. .............................Tagalog...........
Filipino Dental Journal.................English............
Filipino Nurse, The....................English............
Fireside Magazine......................English............
Fookien Times, The....................Chinese...........
Government Employees, The............English-Spanish
Graphic...............................English............
Green and White......................English............
Guidon, The..........................English............
Health Messenger, The.................English-Spanish. ..
Hiwaga...............................Tagalog...........
Iiojas de Catecismo....................Spanish. ;........
Home.................................English............
Ilaw, Ang.............................Tagalog...........
Ilaw ng Pagkakaisa....................Tagalog-Spanish.. ..
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International Journal of Leprosy........English............
Journal of the P. I. Medical Association.. .Spanish-English ....
Journal of the Philippine Pharmaceutical
Association..........................Spanish-English....
Jurisprudence...........................English............
Katipunan Finance Review.............English............
Khaki and Red........................English............
Kong Li Po, The.......................Chinese...........
La Salite, The..............-............English............
Lawyer's League Journal...............English-Spanish ....
Letran News," The ......................English-Spanish ....
Liwavway...................................Tagalog...........
Mabuhay (one of D-M-H-M)...........Tagalog...........
Mabuting Balita, Aug..................Tagalog...........
Marnera,......................................Tagalog-Spanish.. ..
Manila Daily Bulletin, The.............English.........
Manila Eagle..........................English............
Manila Social Art...................... .Eng.-Span.-Tagalog.
Medico Dental Digest................'. ..English............
Mispa. .. ............................Tagalog...........
Monday Mad, The (one of D-M-H-M) .English............
Monthly Bulletin of the Philippine Health
Service..............................English............
National, The.........................English............
National Christian Council Bulletin.....English............
Natural and Applied Science Bulletin... .English............
New China Herald, The................Chinese...........
Official Gazette............................English-Spanish ....
Opinion, La...........................Spanish...........
Our Schools...........................English............
Palihan.................................Tagalog-Pampango .
Paraluman, Aug.......................Tagalog...........
Pharos, The...........................English............(
Philippine Broadcast and Radio Digest. .English............'
Philippine Collegian....................English............
Philippine Evangelist...................English............
Philippines Free Press.................. English-Spanish....
Philippines Herald, The (one of D -M-H-M) English............
Philippine Intercollegiate Press..........English............
Philippine Journal of Agriculture........English............
Philippine Journal of Animal Industry. .English............
Philippine Journal of Commerce.........English............
Philippine Journal of Education.........English............
Philippine Journal of Science...........English............
Philippine Liberal, The.................English-Spanish. ..
Philippine Law Journal.................English............
Philippine Machinery Journal...........English.. ..........
Philippine Magazine....................English............
Philippine Mining News................English............
Philippine Missionary..................English............
Philippine Motor Review...............English............
Philippine Observer....................English............
Philippine Poultry Journal..............English............
Philippine Social Arts..................English............
Philippine Social Science Review........English............
Philippine Teacher's Digest.............English............
Philippine Touring Topics..............English............
Philippine Woman's Magazine..........English............
Philippines............................English............
Pleader, The..........................English............
Public Speaker, The...................English.. .. ........
Readers Monthly, The.................English............
Revista Filipina de Medicina y Farmacia .Spanish...........
Rising Filipina, The....................English-Spanish. ..
Sakdal................................Tag.-Span.-Eng.....
Sampaguita............................Tagalog...........
Sari-Sari..............................Tagalog...........
11,512 Bi-Monthly
372 Quarterly
650 Monthly
650
500
2,500
20,248
7,483
1,400
1,000
1,000
70,550
21,492
1,000
3,000
8,787
1,000
1,500
800
1,283
42,621
1,685
5,000
1,700
500
7,539
2,568
12,221
5,000
5,000
20,000
500
7,000
5,000
600
19,600
23,741
8,500
1,000
1,000
1,025
10,500
1,043
3,000
500
2,000
6,500
3,000
1,400
2,000
1,705
2,000
1,000
800
2,500
2,452
1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000
2,500
500
2,000
8,302
6,100
1,500
Bi-monthly
Fortnightly
Monthly
Monthly
Daily
Fortnightly
Monthly
Monthly
Weekly
Daily
Monthly
Dailv
Daily
Monthly
Monthly
Monthly
Twice a month
Weekly
Monthly
Twice a month
Bi-monthly
Quarterly
Daily
3 times a week
Daily
Monthly
Bi-monthly
Weekly
Monthly
Monthly
Weekly
Weekly
Weekly
Daily
Fortnightly
Quarterly
Bi-monthly
Monthly
Monthly
Monthly
Monthly
Monthly
Monthly
Monthly
Monthly
Bi-monthly
Monthly
Monthly
Monthly
Monthly
Quarterly
Monthly
Monthly
Monthly
Monthly
Monthly
Quarterly
Monthly
Monthly
Monthly
Weekly
Weekly
Monthly


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School News Review, The..............English.........
Sho-Ko-Simpo.........................Japanese.......
Sinema................................Tagalog........
Songs and Shows......................English.. .......
Sports Review, The....................English........ .
Stockman and Farmer, The.............English..........
Student, The..........................English-Tagalog.
Sugar News...........................English-Spanish.
Sulu ng Kristiano, Ang.................English-Tagalog.
Tabunon.............................. Visayan........
Tagumpay............................Tagalog. .. .. .
Taliba................................Tagalog........
Tanglaw, Ang.........................Tagalog........
Today................................English.........
Timbangan............................Pampango.
Torch, The............................English-T
Torres Torch, The.....................English..........
Trabajo...............................Spanish........
Tribune, The..........................English.........
Tribune, The (Sunday).................English..........
Union................................English-Spanish .
Unitas................................English-Spanish.
University Alumnus....................English-Spanish.
Vanguard, The........................Chinese........
Vanguardia, La........................Spanish.........
Varsitarian, The.......................English-Spanish.
Volunteer, The........................Tag.-Eng.-Span. .
Weekly Times.........................Chinese.........
Welfare Advocate, The.................English..........
Woman's Home Journal................English-Spanish.,
IN THE PROVINCES
Legaspi, Albay
Heraldo Bicol.......................Spanish-Bicol
Mensajero Evangelico, Ang...........Bicol-English.....
Parabareta, An......................Bicol............
400,000
938
2,230
3,352
3,105
500
5,100
1,500
1,200
6,000
3,000
24,009
1,500
7,500
9,650
1,000
2,100
1,000
15,792
31,705
5,000
3,500
3,500
5,300
13,606
4,000
800
2,265
1,500
6,000
Lipa, Batangas
Kayumanggi.........................Tagalog.
Panglao, Bohol
Cabugason, Ang.....................Visayan .
Tagbilaran, Bohol
Lanug, Ang.........................Visayan.
Lungsod, Ang.......................Visayan.
Yutang Natawhan, Ang..............Visayan.
Aparrif Cagayan
Timec ti Amianan...................Ilocano.
Tuguegarao, Cagayan
Verdad..............
. Eng.-Span.-Ibanag.
Naga, Camarines Sur
Agent's Bulletin, The................Eng.-Span.-Bicol
Bicolandia...........................Span.-Eng.-Bicol
Bicol Pioneer........................English-Bicol.
Bicol Star, The......................English-Bicol.
Tingug nin Banuaan.................Eng.-Span.-Bicol
Capiz, Capiz-
' The Mediator.......................English-Visayan.
Weekly Visitor, The.................English-Spanish .
CebUf Cebu
Advertiser, The......................English.........
Atong Kabilin, Ang..................Visayan.....
Semi-monthly
3 times a week
Monthly
Monthly
2 times a week
Monthly
Monthly
Monthly
Monthly
Weekly
Weekly
Daily
Monthly
Fortnightly
Twice a month
Weekly
Monthly
Monthly
Daily
Sunday
Weekly
Weekly
Quarterly
Daily
Daily
Fortnightly
Monthly
Weekly
Bi-monthly
Monthly
600
410
6,000
3,500
2,800
1,000
1,000
700
1,000
880
700
1,500
1,260
2,162
800
500
1,300
3,810
1,200
Weekly
Monthly
Weekly
Weekly
Weekly
Weekly
Weekly
Weekly
Weekly
Weekly
Monthly
Weekly
Weekly
Weekly
Weekly
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Babaye.............................Visayan........
Bagong Kusog.......................Visayan........
Boletfn Catdlico.....................English-Spanish .
Eagle...............................English.........
Freeman, The.......................Visayan........
Junior Collegian, The................English.........
Kutta, Aug.........................Visayan........
Nasud................................Visayan........
Precursor, El,.......................Spanish........
Progress.............................English.........
Revolution, La .... ..................Spanish........
Visayanian, The.....................English.........
8,000
10,975
1,500
9,736
2,043
500
1,000
4,500
2,000
2,000
2,146
1,000
Weekly
Weekly
Weekly
Weekly
Weekly
Fortnightly
2 times a week
Weekly
Twice a week
Weekly
Daily
Monthly
Bantatjy Ilocos Sur
Binulong Nga Agtayab.
.Ilocano............ 1,600 Weekly
Sinait, Ilocos Sur-
Annaraar.......
. Ilocano.
Vigant Ilocos Sur-
Ilocandia News.
Mensajero, El..
Silaw Ti Ili... .
Iloiloy Iloilo
Agustinian Mirror, The.
Balitaw...............
Centinela, El..........
Kabikahan, Ang.......
Makinaugalingon.......
Manugbantala, Ang....
Panahon, Ang.........
Pearl of the Orient....
Prensa Libre..........
Tiempo, El............
Times, The............
Tribuna, La...........
Ylang-Ylang...........
800 Fortnightly
Eng.-llocano-Span.. 800 Every 10 days
3,000 Weekly
1,000 Monthly
English-Spanish .... 500 Monthly
.Visayan........... 1,131 Twice a month
. Spanish.......... 2,300 Daily
. Visayan........... 5,000 Weekly
. Visayan........... 1,500 Twice a week
. Visayan........... 800 Monthly
.Visayan............ 1,070 Daily
.English............ 800 Quarterly
. Spanish........... 1,052 Daily
.Spanish........... 4,700 Daily
.English............ 2,390 Daily
. Spanish........... 3,056 Daily
. Visayan........... 7,795 Weekly
JarOy Iloilo
Bulletin of the Central Philippine Col-
lege...............................
Kabuhi Sang Banua.................
Ilagan, Isabela
Antena del Valle, La............
English..........
Visayan-Spanish..
Agricultural College, Laguna-
'Philippine Agriculturist.. .
.Eng.-Span.-Iloc.-
Ibanag......
San Fernandoy La Union
Advance, The.......................
Dagiti Naimbag a Damag ken ti Dalan
ti Cappia.........................
Dansalan, Lanao
Lanao Progress.................
.English.........
English........
Ilocano-English.
Maasin, Leyte
Atalaya, La.
.English-Maramag..
.Spanish-Visayan.. .
Ta,cloban} Leyte
Leytenean, The.. .
Leyte News, The.
. English.
. English.
Oroquietat Occ. Misamis
Dakung Bahandi, Ang. .
Mabinian, The.........
. Visayan..........
. English-Visayan..
600 Bi-monthly
2,500 Monthly
950 Weekly
1,200 Monthly
724 Monthly
3,217 Weekly
1,624 Fortnightly
346 Every 10 days
830 Monthly
1,200 Monthly
870 Weekly
500 Monthly


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Cagayan, Or. Misamis-
Katarungan, Ang .. .
. Spanish-Visay an.
Mambajao, Or. Misamis-
Tingug sa Lungsod .
. Visayan.
Baguioj Mt. Province
Little Apostle of the Mt. Province.. ..English.. ..
Misionero, El........................Spanish. .
Misionero, Ing....................... Pampan go.
Visita, La...........................Ilocano.. ..
Cabanatuan, Nueva Ecija
Granary, The............
.English.
Bacolod, Occ. Negros
Civismo.............................Spanish........
Kabisay-an..........................Visay an........
Philatelic Bulletin....................English-Spanish .
Tingug ni Juan de la Cruz...........English-Visayan .
Visayas.............................Visayan-English.
Isabelcij Occ. Negros
Banaag..............
2,036 Weekly
516 Weekly
3,750 Monthly
1,650 Monthly
8,500 Monthly
1,230 Monthly
871 Monthly
5,194
8,000
1,055
1,500
1,600
Daily
Weekly
Quarterly
Weekly
Fortnightly
.Visayan........... 10,560 Weekly
Silay, Occ. Negros-
The Chinese.. .
.English.
300 -Monthly
Dumaguetef Or. Negros
Dumaguete Press....................Visayan........
Kusog Sa Katarungan................Vis.-Eng.-Span...
Mga Pagtulonan sa Escuela Dominicial. Visayan........
Oriental Negros Chronicle.......... ..Visayan-English.
Philippine Presbyterian...............English.........
Sillimanian, The.....................English.........
Silliman Institute Bulletin............English.........
Sudlon..............................English-V i say an.
600
1,000
1,200
2,000
1,000
1,000
4,150
2,000
Weekly
Weekly
Quarterly
Twice a month
Quarterly
Fortnightly
Quarterly
Weekly
Angeles, Pampanga
Cabbling, Ing.....
. Pampango.
3,891 Weekly
San Fernando, Pampanga
Catala, Ing
Dacla Ning Catutuan, Ing............Pampango
Katipunan, Ing......................Pampango
Katiwala, Ing ~
Pampangan, The.....................English.
.Pampango......... 2,200
700
850
Pampango......... 1,340
- ..... 1,000
Bayambang, Pangasinan
Reflector, The...........
.. English.
Weekly
W eekly
Weekly
Weekly
Twice a month
1,000 Monthly
Dagupanf Pangasinan
Managitonton.......................Pangasinan................1,000
Pangasinan Review....... ...........English........................1,500
Silew...............................Pangasinan................1,000
Tonung.............................Pangasinan ........ 1,500
Twice a month
Weekly
Monthly
Weekly
Lingayen, Pangasinan
Agno Valley Times.
Kabuntatala........
Vocational Observer.
.English............ 4,500 Weekly
. Pangasinan .
.English.
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Manaoag, Pmigasinan
Banwad Letakan.....................Pangasinan .
Lioaoa..............................Pangasinan .
Calbayog, Samar
Eco de Samar y Leyte...............Spanish. .. .
Catarman, Samar
Pioneer, The..........................English.
CaAaisgmit Samar
Samarifian, The........................English............
Tahitaiig............................English-Visayan.. ..
M flfakw, Rizal
M. C. I. Pen, 'The............ ........... .English............
Surigm3 Stirigao
Siirigaono.nl.......................... English-Visayan.. ..
Tariuc, Tarlac
Melting Pot, The......................English............
Sadiri...............................English-Ilocano.....
Liteena, Tayabas-
Rostrum, The. .. ......................Eng.-Span.-Tagalog.
Zamboanga, Zamboanga
Criterio, El.. :. ........ ................English-Spanish ....
Mindanao Herald, The...............English............
600 Weekly
1,115 Weekly
500 Weekly
500 Monthly
600 Monthly
1,000 Weekly
2,000 Monthly
1,500 Monthly
1,200 Monthly
10,000 Weekly
500 Fortnightly
3,172 Twice a week
2,200 Weekly
THE EARNSHAWS DOCKS 8B
HONOLULU IRON WORKS
OPERATING
Marine Slipway, Machine Shop, Foundry and
Merchandise Department
CARRYING STOCKS OF
Marine and Stationary Engines, Rice Hullers and
Threshers, Saw Mill Equipment, Electric Light Plants,
Mining Equipment, Tractors, and Agricultural Machinery.
OFFICES AND WORKS
60-118 Second Street, Port A^ea
MANILA
P. O. Box 282
Tel. 2-32-13
Branch Office
Bacolod, Occ. Neg.
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LIST OF BROKERS LICENSED BY THE BUREAU OF
COMMERCE FROM JANUARY TO AUGUST, 1934
EXCHANGE
American-Oriental Finance Corp., 5th Floor,
Samanillo Bldg.
Ang Lim, 528-530 T. Pinpin
Ang Tian Su, 117 Rosario
Chai Nghia, 809 Jaboneros
Chan Cuan, 428 Poblete
Chua Siong, 538 Nueva
Chung Te, 917 Clavel
Co Chi Yao, 1105 San Fernando
Co Hua, 814 Jaboneros
Co Jiengco, 233 Ongpin
Co Kiao & Company, 1125 Sta. Elena
Chang Tin, 449 Nueva
Chua Sy Quiat, Enrique Santos, 1107 San
Fernando
Co Mac, 491 Juan Luna
Cook, Donald A. (Sub-Agent), P. O. Box 765
Co Kay, 537 Sto. Cristo
Cruz, Sixto de la, 410 Gandara
Dy Siong, 434 Nueva
Fong Sim, 230 T. Pinpin
Fua, Potin V., 510 T. Pinpin
Go Colav & Co., 314 Nueva
Go Pin, 510 Echague
Hao Piao Chay, 389 Juan Luna
Hair, Little & Picornell, P. O. Box 1479
Kho Chee Seng, 440 Sto. Cristo
Kuan Low, 417 Poblete
Li Boc Toe, 514 Moriones
Lim He & Co., 565 Sto. Cristo
Lim Pee, 213 Soler
Lim Wun, 508 Dasmarinas
Lam Chiong Exchange de Cabrera & Co.,
1038 Comercio
Lu Songhap, Roman F., 406 Ongpin
Mackay, Gordon W. (Sub-Agent), 30-32
Escolta
Ng He, 273 Juan Luna
Ng Tien Chong, 627 Magdalena
Ngo Tai, 540 Magdalena
Ong Cheng Hoa, 319 Dasmarinas
Ong Kok Bian, 511 M. de Binondo
Ong Tian Sy, 948 Jaboneros
Ong Bun Kim, 378 Sto. Cristo
Que Ho Yeg, 7 Renta
Santos, Ananias, 236 T. Pinpin
Saw Sian, 347-349 Sto. Cristo
See Guiao, 428 Sto. Cristo
Si Sieng, 921 San Nicolas
Siodico, Francisco, 409 Nueva
So Pit Huy, 221 Sto. Cristo
Swan, Culbertson & Fritz, 16 Escolta
Sy Kiam, Ignacio, 636 Tabora
Sy Juy, 217 Sto. Cristo
See Ho, 636 Tabora
Sin Wing & Co., 321 Claveria
So Pit Huy & So Ki Chiong, 221 Sto.
Cristo
Sy Chian, 1114 Sta. Elena
Tan Bun Pin, 915 San Fernando
Tay Hong Iloat, 138 Rosario
Tan It, 230 Carvajal
Tan Lay, 361 Uang-Ilang
Tan Kiang, Eduardo del Rosario, 615 T.
Alonso
Tan Tiong, 1102 San Fernando
Tan De Jua, 545 Nueva
Te cheng Tiong, 223 Ongpin
Tan Eng Gee, 216-218 San Vicente
Uy Pue Chay, 503 T. Pinpin
Wong Ning & Co., Inc., 735 Misericordia
Woo Chengchim, James, 517 Rizal Ave.
Woong Lam, 406 Sto. Cristo
Yang Kong, 319 Claveria
Yap Siu Tan, 182 Yangco Market
Ye Owa, Antonio, 409 Elcano
Ying Wing, 707 Jaboneros
Yu Je Co., 219-221 Gandara
STOCK AND BOND BROKERS
American-Oriental Finance Corp., 5th Floor,
Samanillo Bldg.
Aquino, Fermin (Sub-Agent), 117 Crystal
Arcade
Benguet Stock Brokerage, Inc., Stock or
Bond
Buesse, W. H., 125 Crystal Arcade
Central Brokerage Co., Inc., 118 T. Pinpin
Clifford, William D., (Sub-Agent), 130 V.
Mapa
Cook, Donald A. (Sub-Agent), P. O. Box 765
Chastek, J. W., 123 Crystal Arcade
Chapman, Dora E. C. (Sub-Agent), 130
Crystal Arcade
Chuidian, Conrado, 124 Crystal Arcade
Canson, John, 204 Crystal Arcade
Dean, Harry W. (Sub-Agent), 130 Crystal
Arcade
Elzingre, Augusto (Sub-Agent), 117 Crystal
Arcade
Escueta, Augusto L., 334 Crystal Arcade
Gonzales, Cipriano S. (Sub-Agent), 30-32
Escolta
Goo, John E. (Sub-Agent), 130 Crystal
Arcade
Guevarra, Eduardo F., 215 Crystal Arcade
Gutierrez Saenz, Francisco, 9 Plaza Moraga
Haley, J. Cletus (Sub-Agent), 5th Floor,
Samanillo Bldg.
Hair, Little & Picornell, P. O. Box 1479
Harris, Anna (Sub-Agent), 30-32 Escolta
Klotz, Sergius (Sub-Agent), Manila Hotel
Ledesma, Paclfico, 604 Heacock Bldg.
Levy, Bona Cole (Sub-Agent), P. O.
Box 2060
Lopez, Benito H., 221 Crystal Arcade
Marciana, Miguel de, 122 Crystal Arcade
Martinez, Maria, 36 Plaza Moraga
Macleod, Alexander K. (Sub-Agent), P.O.
Box 1470
Mackay, Gordon W. (Sub-Agent), 30-32
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Moreno, Jose (Moreno Securities Co.), 207
Crystal Arcade
Navarro, Ravmundo F. (Sub-Agent), 206
Regina Bldg.
Nielson, L. R., 110 Escolta
Ocampo, Ramon de, 115-A Crystal Arcade
Ovejero Gante, Jesus, Insular Life Bldg.
Pujalte Lavin, Miguel, 110 Crystal Arcade
Park, Arthur Brook (Sub-Agent), 5th Floor,
Samanillo Bldg.
Philipps, Gilbert D. (Sub-Agent), 5th Floor,
Samanillo Bldg.
Pujalte, Miguel, 3 Plaza Moraga
Reyes Ayala, Jose, 110 Crystal Arcade
Reyes, Francisco, 20 Plaza Moraga
Reich, Bertha Harris (Sub-Agent), 210
Crystal Arcade
Saburit Viladin, Miguel (Sub-Agent), 30-32
Escolta
Swan, Culbertson & Fritz, 16 Escolta
Schnurmacher, Inc., Leo, 67 Juan Luna
MERCHANDISE BROKERS
A. & F. Co., Inc., 618 M. de Banco Nacional
Aguado Hermanos, 103 Balmes
Atkins, Kroll & Co., Inc., Insular Life Bldg.
American-Oriental Finance Corp., 5th Floor,
Samanillo Bldg.
AxSiatic Commercial Corp., 143 Juan Luna
Anderson & Co., Inc., Wm. H., P. O. Box 596
Barr, Ronald W., (Sub-Agent), 10 San
Gabriel
Bermudez & Bautista, 5 San Gabriel
Bundoc, Aniceta, 661 Velasquez, Tondo
Bunning & Co.. Inc., 135-165 Felipe II,
Bennett, Inc., P. M.P. O. Box 983
Cla. Grab de Tab. de Filipinas, 212 M. de
Comillas
Connell Bros., Ltd., 623-624 Insular Life
Bldg.
Couto, Manuel, Fernandez Bldg.
Christern Huenefeld & Co., Inc., 711 Roman
Cochran, Donald Llewellyn (Sub-Agent),
Insular Life Bldg.
Cook, Donald A. (Sub-Agent), P. O. Box 765
Cham Samco & Sons, 300-308 Sto. Cristo
Eugenio, Leonardo, 431 Camba
Daido Boeki Kaisha, Ltd., Insular Life Bldg.
Dy Buncio & Co., Inc., P. O. Box 1477
Detzer, Limns William (Sub-Agent), In-
sular Life Bldg.
Dee Hong Lue & Co., Inc., 940 Juan Luna
Du Hun Ting, 342 Camba
Edward J. Nell Co., The, 680 Dasmarinas
Espinosa, Donato, 3 Gregorio del Pilar,
Intramuros
Elmac, Inc., 627 Ave. Rizal
El Dorado Oil Works, 318 National City
Bank Bldg.
Fukuvama & Co., Inc., 129 Juan Luna
Garcia, Narciso A., 975 Benavides
G. S. Yuill & Co., Ltd., 503-511 Echague
Graber, H., 153 Juan Luna
Gregg Company, Ltd., The, P. O. Box 117
Guzman, Fortunato de, 20 Herbosa, Tondo
Hair, Little & Picornell, P. O. Box 1479
Hall,' Whipple S. & Co., Inc., Soler &
Felipe II
Hanson, Orth & Stevenson, Inc., Chaco
Bldg.
Heras, Vicente A., 241 Barcelona
International Harvester Co., Chaco Bldg.
I. Beck, Inc., P. O. Box 440
J. M. Glaiserman, Inc., 139 Juan Luna
Keller & Co., Ltd., P. O. Box 313
Ker & Co., 10 San Gabriel
Kischinchand & Co. (Le Bon Marche Co.),
612 Cu Unjieng Bldg.
Kuenzle & Streiff, Inc., 343 T. Pinpin
Lawyers' Cooperative Publishing Co., 430
Avenida Rizal
Lim Seam & Co., 912 San Nicolas
Lim Tiao Lam, 572 Reina Regente
Livestock Marketing Assn., Inc., 521 Calero
Libby, McNeill & Libby (Phil.) Inc., P. O.
Box 1639
Li Seng Giap & Co., 129 M. de Binondo
Maki Jiro, 6 Ingreso
Maneru & Co., Inc., 21 Plaza Moraga
Mariano, Toribio, 966 Bilbao
Martens, Hellmuth (Sub-Agent), 153 Juan
Luna
Muller & Phipps, 328 National City Bank
Bldg.
Mayer, Arthur Pichard, 317 Samanillo Bldg.
Macondray & Co., Inc., China Bank Bldg.
Manila Machinery and Supply Co., Inc.,
675 Dasmarinas
Ng Mao Sing, 411 T. Pinpin
Orio, Joaquin, P. O. Box 2246
Pacific Commercial Co., National City
Bank Bldg.
Parsons, Chick, 308 National City Bank
Bldg.
Philippine Automotive Corporation, 123
Juan Luna
Philippine Engineering Corporation, 109
Plaza Sta. Cruz
Protzen, Max, 42 Dasmarihas
Park, Arthur Brook (Sub-Agent), 5th Floor,
Samanillo Bldg.
Presby, Allen, 703 Insular Life Bldg.
Philippine Manufacturing Co., 244 David
Philippine Red Lumber Co., Inc., 904 Juan
Luna
Ramos de Payad, Severina, 108 Nicodemus
Rio y Olabarrieta, 613 San Fernando
Rosa, Ramon de la, 417 Velasquez
Reyes, Florencio, 424 Azcarraga
Russell, John Joseph, 8 M. del Banco
Nacional
Schwartz, J. L., Ileacock Bldg.
Standard Brands of California, 183 David
Siy Chuy, 1030 Comercio
Smith, Bell & Co., Ltd., Hongkong Bank
Bldg.
Suria, M. M., 541 M. del Banco Nacional
Shioji & Asano, P. O. Box 100
Swan, Culbertson & Fritz, 16 Escolta
Stevens & Co., F. II., 517 Dasmarinas
Schmelkes, Norbert W. (Sub-Agent), 67
Juan Luna
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Tan Siabo, 153 Juan Luna
Trans-Pacific Trading Co., 307 Fernandez
Bldg.
Tong Biao, 304 Nueva
Verlinden, Michel, 50 Escolta
Villanueva, Juan v So Chuian, 105 P. C. de
la Barca
Warrington, R. O., 409 San Vicente
Warner, Barnes & Co., Ltd., P. O. Box 294
West, Thomas Mark, Fernandez Bldg.
West, Inc., T. M., 504 Fernandez Bldg.
West & Whitaker, 227 David
Werder & Co., Ltd., 6 Ingreso
Walters, Edward C., Chaco Bldg.
Wise & Co., 174 Juan Luna
Yap Pio, 114 Elcano
Yek Hua Trading Corp., 129 Juan Luna
Yu Joaquin & Co., 219 San Vicente
Yutivo Sons Hardware Co., 404 Dasma-
rinas
Ysmaei & Co., Inc., Juan, 345 Echague
Zavala, Aquilino, 830 Sto. Cristo
Zingg, Eugen O. (Sub-Agent), Insular Life
. Bldg.
SHIP BROKERS
Albano, Raymundo R., 602 Constancia
Asiatic Petroleum Co. (P. I.), Ltd., Hong-
kong Bank Bldg.
American Express Co., Inc., 95 Plaza Moraga
American Steamship Agencies, Inc., P. O.
Box 3004
B. de Erquiaga, Inc., 16 Ilogar Filipino Bldg.
Cooper, Alfred D., P. O. Box 1863
Chuah Suv, Ramon, 763 Sto. Cristo
Eastern Philippine Shipping Agency, 8-12
Escolta
Elizalde Steamship Co., 801 M. de la In-
dustria
Everett, Inc., L., 223 Dasmarinas
Figueras Hermanos, Inc., P. O. Box 179
Findlay Millar Timber Co., P. O. Box 307
Garcia Palomar, Oswaldo, 296 Ayala
Boulevard
Gomiz Isquierdo, Fernando, Hogar Filipino
Bldg.
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Hair, Little & Picornell, P. O. Box 1479
Henderson, A. G. (Sub-Agent), Chaco Bldg.
Huck, John William, 607 Insular Life Bldg.
International Harvester Co., Chaco Bldg.
Ker & Company, 10 San Gabriel
Lao Ye Co., 584 ARarado
Lee Heng, 517 T. Alonso
Morton, Charles Villiers (Sub-Agent), 511
Masonic Temple
R. F. Lu Songhap, 406 Ongpin
Roosevelt Steamship Agencv, Inc., Chaco
Bldg.
Schilling, Joachim W., c/o Pacific Com-
mercial Co.
Siy Cong Bieng & Co., Ltd., 123 Juan Luna
Smith, Bell & Co., Ltd., Hongkong Bank
Bldg.
Shigematsu, Vuzuro, 436 Regidor
Wy Lian Tan, 231-A Soler
Tan Chong Pin, 921 San Fernando


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STEAMSHIP LINES OPERATING IN THE PHILIPPINE ISLANDS' FOREIGN TRADE
Name of Steamship Line
American Gulf-Orient Line, The
(U. S. Gulf Ports-Manila Serv.)
American Mail Line, The
("President" Trans.-Pac. Liners)
American and Manchurian Line, The
(U. S. Atlantic-Manila Serv.)
American Pioneer Line, The
(0. S. Atlantic-Orient Serv.)
Australian-Oriental Line, The
(Australia-Manila Service)
Bank Line, The
(Around-the-World Service)
Barber Line, The
(Outward from New York Only)
Barber-Wilhelmsen Line, The
(Return Service Only)
Ben Line, The
(Europe-Manila Service)
Blue Funnel Line, The
(New York-Manila Service)
Blue Funnel Line, The
(Europe-Manila Service)
Blue Funnel I.ine, The
(Manila-China-Janan Service)
Canadian Pacific Steamship, Ltd.
(Empiess Pacific Liners)
China Navigation Company
(Amoy-Manila Service)
Dod well-Castle Line
(Return Service Only)
Dollar Steamship Lines, Inc., Ltd.
(Around-the-World '' President'')
Dollar Steamship Lines, Tnc., Ltd.
(New York-Manila Service)
East Asiatic Co., Ltd., The
(Europe-Far East Service)
East Asiatic Co., Ltd.
(U. S. Pacific-Orient Service)
Eastern and Australian S. S. Co., Ltd.
(Australian-Orient Service)
Ellerman Line, The
(Europe-Manila Service)
Fern Line, The
(U. S. Atlantic Gulf-Manila Service)
"General" LinersMono Class
(Pacific Coast-Manila Service)
Glen Line, Limited, The
(Europe-Manila Service)
Terminal Ports, Routes and Ports of Call
United States Gulf ports to Manila via Panama,
China and Japan ports; returning direct via San
Pedro
Seattle to Manila via Yokohama, Kobe, Shanghai
and Hongkong; returning via same ports
New York, Boston and Baltimore to Manila via
Panama returning via China ports, Singapore
and Suez
United States Atlantic ports to Manila via Panama
and Honolulu; returning via Hongkong and
Shanghai
Hongkong to Australian ports via Manila; return-
ing via Manila
United States Atlantic Coast ports to Manila via
Panama and San Francisco; returning via Java
and Suez
New York to Manila via Panama and Los Angeles;
(returning as Barber-Wilhelmseu and Dod well-
Castle Lines)
Manila to New York via China and Japan ports,
San Francisco, Los Angeles and Panama (Barber
Line outward)
European ports to Manila via Suez; thence to
Hongkong, Shanghai and Japan ports and re-
turn to Manila
United States Atlantic Coast ports to Manila via
Panama; returning to United States Atlantic
Coast ports via Suez
British and European ports to Manila via Suez;
returning via Java ports, Singapore and Suez
Manila to Hongkong, Shanghai, Kobe and Yoko-
hama and return
Vancouver to Manila via Honolulu, Japan ports,
Shanghai and Hongkong; returning same route
Manila to Amoy, China, and return
Manila to New York and other Atlantic ports via
Suez and way ports (Barber Line outward)
New York to Manila via Panama, Los Angeles,
San Francisco, Japan, China and Hongkong
returning via Suez
New York to Manila via Havana, Panama, Los
Angeles, San Francisco, Honolulu, Japan and
China ports and return
North and South European port to Manila via
Suez; returning via China and Japan ports and
Suez
Vancouver, Seattle, San Francisco and Los Angeles
to Manila direct; returning to same ports direct
Australian ports to Manila, China and Japan ports;
returning by same route
British and North European ports to Manila via
Suez and way ports; returning by same route
United States Atlantic and Gulf ports to Manila
via Panama and San Pedro; returning same route
San Francisco and Portland to Manila via Japan
and China ports and Hongkong; returning by
same route
British and North European ports to Manila via
Suez and way ports; returning via Suez
Sailings
Monthly
Fortnightly
Monthly
Monthly
Monthly
Monthly
Fortnightly
Monthly
Monthly
Monthly
Fortnightly
Monthly
Fortnightly
Every ten days
Monthly
Fortnightly
Fortnightly
Monthly
Monthly
Monthly
Monthly
Fortnightly or
seasonal
Every three
weeks
Monthly
Class of Service Philippine Ports of Call Manila Agents and Address
General cargo. Deep tanks for oil Manila, lloilo, Cebu and port L. Everett, Incorporated, Uy Yet Bldg.
Mail, passengers, general and refrigerated cargo Manila only Robert Dollar Co., The Port Area and Escolta
Mail, passengers and general cargo. Tanks for oil Manila, Cebu and Iloilo Smith, Bell & Co., Ltd. Hongkong-Shanghai Bank Bldg.
General cargo Manila, Iloilo, Davao and ports out States Steamship Co. National City Bank Bldg.
Mail, passengers, general and refrigerated cargo Manila only G. S. Yuill & Co., Ltd. 503-511 Echague
General and refrigerated cargo. Tanks for oil Manila, Cebu and Iloilo Smith, Bell & Co., Ltd. Hongkong-Shanghai Bank Bldg.
Mail, passengers and general cargo Manila and out ports Macondray & Co., Inc. China Bank Bldg.
Mail, passengers and general cargo. Tanks for oil Manila and out ports Macondray & Co., Inc. China Bank Bldg.
Mail, passengers and general cargo Manila, Legaspi, Tabaco, Cebu and Davao Hanson, Orth & Stevenson, Uy Chaco Bldg.
Mail, passengers and general cargo Manila, Iloilo and Cebu Hanson, Orth & Stevenson, Uy Chaco Bldg.
Mail, passengers and general cargo Manila and Cebu Smith, Bell Co., Ltd. Hongkong-Shanghai Bank Bldg.
Mail, passengers and general cargo Manila and Cebu Hanson. Orth & Stevenson, Inc. Uy Chaco Bldg.
Mail, passengers and general cargo Manila only Canadian Pacific Railway Co. 14-16 David
Mail, passengers and general cargo Manila only Smith, Bell & Co., Ltd. Hongkong-Shanghai Bank Bldg.
Mail, passengers and general cargo. Tanks for oil Manila, Iloilo, Cebu, Davao and out ports Macondray & Co., Inc. China Bank Bldg.
Mail, passengers and general cargo Manila only The Robert Dollar Co. Port Area and Escolta
Mail, passengers, general and refrigerated cargo Manila only The Robert Dollar Co. Port Area and Escolta

Mail, passengers and general cargo Manila only Menzi & Co., Inc. 180 Juan Luna
Mail, passengers and general cargo Manila only Menzi & Co., Inc. 180 Juan Luna
Mail, passengers and general cargo Manila only Smith, Bell & Co., Ltd. Hongkong-Shanghai Bank Bldg.
Mail, passengers and general cargo Manila, Iloilo, Cebu and ports out Hanson, Orth & Stevenson, Inc. Uy Chaco Bldg.
Mail, passengers and general cargo Manila, Iloilo, Cebu and ports out L. Everett, Incorporated Uy Yet Bldg.
Mail, passengers, general and refrigerated cargo Manila only States Steamship Co. National City Bank Bldg.
Mail, passengers and general cargo Manila and Cebu International Harvester Co. Uy Chaco Bldg.


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Hamburg-Amerika Linic
(Europe-Orient Serviee)
Holland-East Asia Line
(Europe-Orient Service)
Isthmian Steamship Line, The
(Round-the-World Service)
Java-China-,Tapan Line, The
(Manila-Celebes-Java Service)
Java-China-Japan Line, The
(Manila-China-Dairen Service)
Kawasaki Kisen Kaisha "K" Line
(U. S. Atlantic Gulf-Manila Service)
Kellogg Steamship Corp., The
(U. S. Atlantic Gulf-Manila Service)
Klaveness Tune, The
(Pacific Coast-Philippine Service)
Kokusai Kisen Kaisha Line, The
(U. S. Atlantic-Manila Service)
Maersk Line, The
(U. S. Atl.-Pac.-Orient Service)
Nippon Yusen Kaisha Line, The
(Atlantic-Pacific Coast Service)
Nippon Yusen Kaisha Line, The
(Europe-Manila Service)
Nippon Yusen Kaisha Line, The
(Japan-Manila-Australia Service)
Nippon Yusen Kaisha Tune, The
(South Sea Islands' Service)
Norddeutscher Lloyd Line,
(Europe-Orient Service)
Oceanic and Oriental Navigation Co.
(Pacific Coast-Philippine Service)
Osaka Shosen Kaisha Line, The
(Japan-Philippine Service)
Osaka Shosen Kaisha Line, The
(LL S. Atlantic-Pacific Service)
Prince laneSilver Line
(Joint Around-the-World Service)
Rickmers Linie, The
(Europe-Manila Service)
Royal Packet Navigation Co., The
(Manila-South African Service)
Sabah Steamship Co., The
(Singapore-Philippine Service)
Silver-JavaPacific Line, The
(Pacific Coast-Manila Service)
Silver Line, The
(Direct Atlantic and Gulf Service)
States Steamship Co., The
(Pacific Coast-Manila Service)
Swedish East Asiatic Co., Ltd.
(EuropePhilippine Service)
Taeoma Oriental S. S. Co., The
(Pacific Coast-Manila Service)
Tatsuma Kisen Kab ushika Kaisha Line)
(Atlantic and Gulf Service)
Wihl. Wilhelmsen Line
(Norwegian, Africa and Australian Line
North European ports to Manila via Suez and way Fori night iy
ports. (Also Manila-China-Japan Service).
European ports to Manila via Suez and way ports;
(Also Manila-China-Japan Service)
United States North Atlantic ports to Manila via
Panama and Honolulu; returning via Java ports
and Suez
Manila to Macassar, Bali and other Java ports
and return
Manila to Hongkong, Amoy, Shanghai and Dairen
and return
United States Atlantic and Gulf ports to Manila
via Panama and Japan ports, and return via
Panama
New York and New Orleans to Manila via Panama
and Japan ports; returning via same route
Manila to Los Angeles, San Francisco and Port-
land via Hongkong; returning via same ports
United States Atlantic and Gulf ports to Manila
via Panama and return. Calls at San Pedro
and Japan ports
United States Atlantic and Pacific ports to Manila
via Panama; returning via Hongkong, China and
Japan ports
New York t.o Manila via Panama and Japan;
returning via China and Japan, San Francisco
and Panama
British and European ports to Cebu, Iloilo and
Davao via Suez; returning same route
Japan ports to Australian ports via China ports
and Manila; returning same route
Japan ports to South Sea Island port via Davao
and Menado and return
North European ports to Manila via Genoa, Suez
and way ports; returning via Hongkong, China
and Japan
Los Angeles, San Francisco and Portland to Ma-
nila; returning to San Francisco and Los Angeles
direct
Japan and Formosan ports to Manila and other
Philippine ports and return
United States, Atlantic and Pacific ports to Ma-
nila: returning via Hongkong, China and Japan
ports
United States Atlantic-Pacific ports to Manila
I via Panama; returning via Celebes, Java, Sin-
gapore and Suez
North European ports to Manila via Suez; return-
ing via Hongkong, Shanghai and Japan ports
Manila to Cape Town via Saigon, Bangkok, Ba-
tavia and way ports; returning same route
Singapore to Jolo and Zamboanga via Borneo
ports; returning same route
Pacific Coast ports to Manila direct; thence to
Calcutta; returning via Manila to Pacific Coast
New York, Philadelphia and Gulf ports to Manila
via Panama; returning direct via Panama
Portland to Manila via China and Japan ports;
returning direct to San Francisco and Portland '
Baltic and North European ports to Manila via
Suez; thence to China and Japan ports and
return to Manila
Tacoma to Manila via Japan and China ports re-
turning direct to Los Angeles and San Francisco
North Atlantic ports and New Orleans to Manila
via Panama; returning same route
Baltic and North and South European ports to
Manila via Suez, Hongkong. China and Japan
ports and return
Every four
weeks
Monthlv
Fortnightlv
Fortnightly
Seasonal
Every six weeks
Monthly on
occasion
Monthly-
Month ly
Monthly-
Monthly
Monthly-
Monthly
Monthly
Fortnightly
Monthly
Fcrtnightly
Monthly or more
frequently
Fortnightly-
Monthly
Everv four weeks
Every two weeks
Fortnightly-
Seasonal
Fortnightly
Monthly
Monthly-
Seasonal
Monthly
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Mail, passengers and general cargo Manila and Cebu occasionally Behn, Meyer Co., H. Mij. 227 David
Mail, passengers and general cargo Manila and Iloilo occasionally Eastern and Philippine Shipping Agencv S-12 Escolta
General cargo and deep tanks for oil Manila, Iloilo, Cebu and Davao International Harvester Co. Uy Chaco Bldg.
Mail, passengers and general cargo Manila only Eastern and Philippine Shipping Agency S-12 Escolta
Mail, passengers and general cargo Manila and Cebu Eastern and Philippine Shipping Agency 8-12 Escolta
General cargo and deep tanks for oil Manila, Iloilo and out ports Roosevelt Steamship Agency- Uy Chaco Bldg.
Tank cargo in bulk Manila and Cebu Spencer Kellog & Sons, Inc. Manila
Mail, passengers and general cargo. Tanks for oil Manila, Iloilo, Cebu, Legaspi and out ports Smith, Bell & Co., Ltd. Hongkong-China Bank Bldg.
Mail, passengers and general cargo Manila, Cebu, Iloilo and out ports American Steamship Agency, Inc. Masonic Temple Bldg.
Mail, passengers general and refrigerated cargo Manila, Iloilo and Cebu Cla. Gral. de Tabacos de.las I. F. National City Bank Bldg.
General cargo Manila, Iloilo and Davao Warner, Barnes & Co., Ltd. 619 Escolta
General cargo Cebu, Iloilo and Davao Warner, Barnes & Co., Ltd. 619 Escolta
Mail, passengers and general cargo Manila and Davao Warner, Barnes & Co., Ltd. 619 Escolta
Mail, passengers and general cargo Davao only Warner, Barnes & Co., Ltd. 619 Escolta
Mail, passengers and general cargo Manila only Zuellig & Von Knobelsdorff 55 Posario
Mail, passengers, general and tank cargo Manila, Cebu, Legaspi and out ports States Steamship Co. National City Bank Bldg.
Mail, passengers and general cargo Manila, Cebu. Legaspi, Davao and out ports Cla. Gral. de Tabacos de las I. F. National City Bank Bldg.
General cargo Manila, Iloilo, Ccbu and out ports Cla. Gral. de Tabacos de las I. F. National City Bank Bldg.
Mail, passengers and general cargo Manila, Cebu and Davao Roosevelt Steamship Agency Uy Chaco Bldg.
General cargo Manila only- Menzi & Co., Inc. 180 Juan Luna
Mail, passengers and general cargo Manila, Zamboanga and out oorts Eastern and Philippine Shipping Agency 8-12 Escolta
Mail, passengers and general cargo Zamboanga and Jolo Atkins & Kroll & Co. Manila and Zamboanga
Mail, passengers and general cargo Manila, Cebu and Iloilo Roosevelt Steamship Agency Uy Chaco Bldg.
General Cargo Manila, Iloilo and out ports Roosevelt Steamship Agency Uy Chaco Bldg.
Mail, passengers and general cargo Manila, Cebu, Iloilo and out ports States Steamship Co. National City Bank Bldg.
Mail, passengers and general cargo Manila and Cebu International Harvester Co. Uy Chaeo Bldg.
General cargo and deep tanks for oil Manila, Cebu, Iloilo, Legaspi and out ports The Robert Dollar Co. Port Area
Sugar cargo only Manila, Cebu and Iloilo P. M. Bennett, Incorporated Insular Life Bldg.
Mail, passengers and general cargo Manila and Cebu Macondray & Co., Inc. China Bank Bldg.


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TRANSPORTATION FACILITIES AND RATES
1. Interisland Steamship Passenger Rates:
1st Class 2nd Class 3rd Class
Manila-Cebu......................................... P36.05 R25.25 R14.40
Manila-lloilo......................................... 31.30 21.90 12.50
Man ila-Zamboanga.................................... 47.75 33.40 19.10
Manila-Jolo.......................................... 49.70 34.80 19.90
Manila-Davao........................................ 76.45 53.50 30.60
Manila-Legaspi....................................... 28.55 20.00 11.40
Manila-Aparri........................................ 35.25 24.65 14.10
2. Ocean Steamship Passenger Rates:
1st Class Tourist Class
Manila-Hongkong............................ R 75.00 R 45.00-R 50.00
Manila-Shanghai............................. R155.00 R80.00-R 90.00
Manila-Singapore............................ £14.00 £6-6-0~£9.00
Manila-Yokohama........................... R225.00 R130.00-R142.00
Manila-Pacific Coast......................... $360.00-$385.00 ' $200.00-$230.00
Manila-New York via Panama................ $540.00-$550.00 $320.00-$350.00
Manila-New York (Overland)................. $455.00-$480.00 $295.00- $425.00
Manila-Marseilles............................ £88.00 £37-16~0-£54.00
Manila-Sydney.............................. £44.15/ £30.00
Manila-Brisbane............................. £42.15' £28.15/
Manila-London via America.................. £95.00-£112.00 £65.00-£76.00
3. Manila Public Carromata fare..................... R0.10 a runR0.40 an hour
4. Garage Auto fare:
Bantam Taxicabs
R0.10 for the first 800 meters or fraction thereof
R0.05 for every succeeding 800 meters or fraction thereof
R0.75 per hour of parking for some operators
R0.50 per hour of parking for other operators
Standard Size Taxicabs
R0.15 for the first 900 meters or fraction thereof
R0.05 for every succeeding 600 meters or fraction thereof
R0.75 per hour of parking
Bantam Garage
R1.00 per hour
R0.50 per trip of not more than 20 minutes
Standard Cars
R1.50 per hour
R1.00 per half-hour
Note: Conventional prices for provincial services
5. Railroad passenger fare:
Northern Lines: 1st Class 3rd Class
Manila-Damortis, one way, ordinary............................ R 5.78 R 2.89
Manila-Damortis, one way, Special (for Air Conditioned Car)................6.89
Manila-Damortis, round trip........................................................................10.40 5.36
Manila-Baguio, one way up trip.............................................................10.78 4.83
Baguio-Manila, one way down trip............................................................10.78 4.33
Manila-Baguio, one way, Special (for Air Conditioned Car)....................11.89
Manila-Baguio, round trip............................................................19.40 8.36
Manila-San Fernando, U., one way..........................................................6.92 3.29
Manila-San Fernando, U., one way, Special (For Air Conditioned Car) 7.91
Manila-San Fernando, U., round trip......................... ... 12.60 6.50
Manila-Tagudin, one way............................................................................3.43
Manila-Candon, one way......................................................3.73
Manila-Vigan, one way...................................................4.33
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6. Railroad passenger fares to station in the Bicol provinces:
between manila or paco and one way round trip

1st Class 3rd Class lst Class 3rd Class
Pasacao............................... * 1*15.55 T 6.99 * 1*28.22 1*12.58
Sipocot............................... 14.77 6.51 26.94 11.72
Libmanan............................. 15.07 6.66 27.42 11.99
Naga................................. 15.65 6.95 28.38 12.51
Pili................................... 15.91 7.08 28.86 12.75
Iriga................................. 16.35 7.30 29.64 13.14
Ligao................................. 17.01 7.63 30.84 13.74
Daraga............................... 17.49 7.87 31.70 14.17
Albav ................................ 17.53 7.89 31.78 14.21
Legaspi............................... 17.59 7.92 31.88 14.26
Tabaco............................... 18.19 8.22 32.96 14.80
Daet................................. *15.62 7.36 *28.64 13.42
Putiao................................ *17.69 8.07 *32.10 14.57
Sorsogon.............................. *18.29 8.67 *33.30 15.77
*FIRST class transportation on Railroad only and third class on the bus line.
AIR SCHEDULE, PHILIPPINE AERIAL TAXI CO.
Daily Service Manila-Baguio
departures
Manila.............................................................
Baguio Air Field....................................................
arrivals
Baguio Air Field....................................................
Manila.............................................................
Manila-Baguio Air Field (one way).....................,...............
Manila-Baguio Air Field (round trip)..................................
ILOILO-NEGROS AIR EXPRESS CO., INC.
ILOILO, ILOILO
SCHEDULE
Monday: MANILA-ILOILO-CEBU
Lv. Manila............... 8:00 a. m. Ar. Iloilo..................
Tuesday:
Lv. iloilo................. 8:00 a. m.
Wednesday:
Lv. Manila............... 8:00 a. m.
Lv. Iloilo.................11:30 a. m.
Thursday:
Lv. Cebu................. 6:45 a. m.
Lv. Iloilo................. 8:00 a. m.
Friday:
Lv. Manila............... 8:00 a. m.
Saturdav:
Lv. lioilo................. 8:00 a. m.
6:30 a. m.
7:40 a. m.
7:30 a. m.
8:40 a. m.
. f* 25.00
45.00
Ar. Manila.
Ar. Iloilo.
Ar. Cebu.
Ar. Iloilo...
Ar. Manila.
Ar. Iloilo.. .
Ar. Manila.
10:45 a. m.
10:45 a. m.
10:45 a. m.
12:25 P- m.
7:40 a. m.
10:45 a. m.
10:45 a. m.
10:45 a. m.
From Manila To:
Iloilo (one way)......
Iloilo (round trip)
Cebu (one way)......
Cebu (round trip)
Bacolod (one way)
Bacolod (round trip).
Mindoro (one way). .
Mindoro (round trip).
From Iloilo To:
Bacolod (and back)...
Cebu (one way)......
Cebu (round trip)
Mindoro (and back)..
Subject to change without notice
1*49.00
88.20
55.00
99.00
54.00
98.20
49.00
98.00
T 5.00
20.00
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OCEAN FREIGHT RATES ON MOST IMPORTANT
PHILIPPINE EXPORTS
FROM PHILIPPINE ISLANDS PORTS
(MANILA)
HEMP
Manila-Pacific Coast Ports..........................$ 1.50 Bale (Contract)
Manila-Pacific Coast Ports, Overland delivery.........$ 1.25 Bale (Contract)
Manila-Atlantic Coast Ports.........................$ 2.25 Bale (Contract)
Manila-Pacific Ports.................................S 2.00 Bale (Non-Contract)
Manila-Pacific Coast Ports, Overland delivery.........$ 1.75 Bale (Non-Contract)
Manila-Atlantic Gulf Ports..........................$ 2,75 Bale (Non-Contract)
Manila-Gulf Ports for overland shipment to Chicago and
points west of that longitude.....................$ 2.00 Bale (Contract)
Manila-Gulf Ports for overland shipment to Chicago and
points west of that longitude.....................$ 2.50 Bale (Non-Contract)
Manila-Hongkong and Amov direct...................P 1.50 Bale Non-Contract)
Manila-Shanghai...................................P 3.00 Bale (Non-Contract)
Manila-Japan Ports, Dairen and Formosa.............P 2.00 Bale (Contract.)
Manila-Japan Ports, Dairen and Formosa.............P 2.50 Bale (Non-Contract)
Manila-Saigon, Penang, Bangkok and Singapore.......P 2.00 Bale (Non-Contract)
Manila-Batavia, Samarang and Sourabaya............ P 3.00 Bale (Non-Contract)
Manila-Rangoon, Colomb >, Calcutta and Bombay......P32.00 20 cwt. (Non-Contract)
SUGAR (Centrifugal or Raw)
Manila-Pacific Coast Ports, local delivery.............$ 4.25 20 cwt. (Non-Contract)
Manila-Atlantic Gulf Ports..........................$ 8.00 20 cwt. (Non-Contract)
Manila-Atlantic Gulf Ports..........................$ 6.50 20 cwt. (Contract)
Manila-Hongkong and Amov........................P 0.30 Picul (Non-Contract)
Manila-Shanghai...................................P 0.40 Picul (Non-Contract)
Manila-Japan Ports and Dairen......................P 0.45 Picul (Non-Contract)
Manila-Saigon, Penang, Bangkok and Singapore.......P 0.45 Picul (Non-Contract)
Manila-Batavia, Samarang and Sourabaya............P 0. .50 Picul (Non-Contract)
Manila-Rangoon, Colombo and Calcutta..............P 0.70 Picul (Non-Contract)
TOBACCO (Leaf in Bales)
Manila-Pacific Coast Ports..........................$ 7.00 40 cu. ft. (Contract)
Manila-Pacific Coast Ports, Overland delivery.........$ 5.00 40 cu. ft. (Contract)
Manila-Atlantic Gulf Ports..........................$10.00 40 cu. ft. (Contract)
Manila-Pacific Ports................................$ 8.50 40 cu. ft. (Non-Contract)
Manila-Pacific Ports, Overland delivery...............$ 6.00 40 cu ft. (Non-Contract)
Manila-Atlantic Gulf Ports..;.......................$12.00 40 cu ft. (Non-Contract)
Manila-Hongkong and Amoy........................P 6.50 40 cu. ft. (Non-Contract)
Manila-Shanghai...................................P10.00 40 cu. ft. (Non-Contract)
Manila-J^pan Port and Dairen.......................P10.00 40 cu. ft. (Non-Contract)
Manila-Saigon, Penang, Bangkok and Singapore........P10.00 40 cu. ft. (Non-Contract)
Manila-Batavia, Samarang and Sourabaya............P12.50 40 cu. ft. (Non-Contract)
Manila-Rangoon, Colombo and Calcutta.......'....... P15.00 40 cu. ft. (Non-Contract)
COCONUT OIL
Manila-Pacific Coast Ports......................... $ 7.00 20 cwt. (Contract)
Manila-Pacific Coast Ports, Overland delivery.........$ 7.00 20 cwt. (Contract)
Manila-Atlantic Gulf Ports..........................$11.00 20 cwt. (Contract)
Manila-Pacific Coast Ports..........................$ 8 .50 20 cwt. (Non-Contract)
Manila-Pacific Coast Ports, Overland delivery.........$ 8.50 20 cwt. (Non-Contract)
Manila-Atlantic Gulf Ports..........................$13.00 20 cwt. (Non-Contract)
Manila-Hongkong and Amoy........................P 9.00 20 cwt. (Non-Contract)
Manila-Shanghai...................................P10.00 20 cwt. (Non-Contract)
Manila-Japan Ports and Dairen.......................P10.00 20 cwt. (Non-Contract)
Manila-Saigon, Penang, Bangkok and Singapore.......P10.00 20 cwt. (Non-Contract)
Manila-Batavia, Samarang and Sourabaya............P10.00 20 cwt. (Non-Contract)
Manila-Rangoon, Colombo and Calcutta..............P12.00 20 cwt. (Non-Contrac)
COPRA
Manila-Pacific Coast Ports..........................$ 6.00 20 cwt. (Contract)
Manila-Pacific Coast Ports..........................$ 7.50 20 cwt. (Non-Contract)
Manila-Atlantic Gulf Ports.......................... $10.00 20 cwt. (Contract)
Manila-Atlantic Gulf Ports..........................$12.00 20 cwt. (Non-Contract)


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Manila-Hongkong and Amoy........................p 8.00
Manila-Shanghai...................................P10.00
Manila-Japan Ports and Dairen......................P10.00
Manila-Saigon, Penang, Bangkok and Singapore.......Pll .50
Manila-Batavia, Samarang and Sourabaya............P12.00
Manila-Rangoon, Colombo and Calcutta..............Pl.4-.00
COPRA CAKES AND MEAL
Manila-Pacific Coast Ports..........................$ 5.00
Manila-Pacific Coast Ports, Overland delivery.........$ 6.50
Manila-Atlantic Gulf Ports.........................$ 8.00
Manila-Hongkong and Amoy........................P 7.25
Manila-Shanghai .........'........................ P 9.00
Manila-Japan Ports and Dairen......................P 8.00
Manila-Saigon, Penang, Bangkok and Singapore.......P 9.00
Manila-Batavia, Samarang and Sourabaya............P10.00
Manila-Rangoon, Colombo and Calcutta..............P12.00
LOGS, On or under deck s/o
Manila-Pacific Coast, Local delivery................... $13.50
Manila-Pacific Coast, Overland delivery...............$13.50
Manila-Atlantic Coast and Gulf Ports.'..... ..........$17.50
Manila-Hongkong and Amov direct...................PI2.00
Manila-Shanghai..........'.........................P16.00
Manila-Japan Ports, Dairen and Formosa.............PI5.00
Manila-Saigon, Penang, Bangkok and Singapore.......PI5.00
Manila-Batavia, Samarang and Sourabaya.............PI5.00
Manila-Rangoon, Colombo, Calcutta and Bombay......P20.00
LUMBER on or under deck s/o
Manila-Pacific Coast, Local delivery...................$11.50
Manila-Pacific Coast, Overland delivery...............$11.50
Manila-Atlantic and Gulf Ports......................$17.50
Manila-Pacific Coast, Local delivery.................$14.00
Manila-Pacific Coast, Overland delivery...............$14.00
Manila-Atlantic and Gulf Ports......................$21.00
Manila-Hongkong and Amoy........................ P 8.00
Manila-Shanghai..........*..........................P12.00
Manila-Janan Ports, Dairen and Formosa.............P15.00
Manila-Saigon, Penang and Singapore................P15.00
Manila-Batavia, Samarang and Sourabaya............PI5.00
Manila-Rangoon. Calcutta and Bombay...............P20.00
LUMBER CREOSOTEDon deck
Manila-Hongkong and Amoy direct...................PI 1.00
Manila-Shanghai...................................PI 5.00
Manila-Japan Ports, Dairen and Formosa.............PI8.00
Manila-Saigon, Penang and Singapore.................P18.00
Manila-Batavia, Samarang and Sourabaya.............P18.00
Manila-Rangoon, Calcutta and Bombay...............P23.00
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20 cwt,
20 cwt.
20 cwt.
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1000 bf.
1000 bf.
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1000 bf. (Non-Contract)
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1000 bf. (Non-Contract)
1000 bf. (Non-Contract)
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MITSUI BUSSAN KAISHA, Ltd.
Exporters & ImportersShipping & Insurance Agents
Office: 2nd Floor, National City Bank Bldg.P. O. Box 461, Manila
Telephones: 2-31-515-31-522-31-53
Wholesale Dept.: MITSUI BAZAR, 407 Folgueras St., Manila
Operating:
Tagum Trading Co.
Lumber Mill
Davao, Davao
Representatives:
M. B. K. Cebu, Iloilo, Davao
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NUMBER OF CORPORATIONS REGISTERED
1929-1933
Domestic Corps____ Foreign Corps..... Total......... 1929 1930 1931 1932 1933
388 20 335 22 279 8 290 8 355 2
408 357 287 298 357
CAPITAL OF CORPORATIONS ACCORDING TO ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION Domestic Corporations
Capital Stock...... Capital Subscribed. Capital Paid....... 1929 1930 1931 1932 1933
5*28,085,315 13,995,018 11,752,698 5*41,579,565 17,969,834 15,621,007 5*23,209,990 8,612,850 6,071,222 5*44,643,780 7,735,914 5,670,057 5*35,070,920 16,022,635 11,161,307
Foreign Corporations
Capital Stock..... Capital Subscribed. Capital Paid...... 5*34,953,776 26,109,176 26,109,176 5*391,890,876 351,998,550 351,998,550 5*367,312,000 117,111,700 117,111,700 5*207,700,000 103,700,000 103,700,000 5* 20,000 18,000 2,000
PHILIPPINE CURRENCY IN CIRCULATION
1932-1933
1932
January...
February..
March.....
April......
May......
June......
July.......
August
September.
October----
November.
December..
Philippine
coins
18,850,023
20,313,084
18.761.807
18,704,088
18.636.808
18,453,411
18,283,562
18,201,110
18,091,697
18,023,266
17,974,042
17,955,195
Treasury
certificates
P 60,663,861
73,244,675
62,438,355
58,961,961
57,388,924
54,822,451
52,789,285
52,092,408
54,780,311
53,019,822
53,513,429
54,703,268
Bank Notes
16,455,920
15,920,691
16,316,510
16,334,349
16,051,012
16,049,500
16,386,611
16,559,174
16,541,471
16,491,828
16,632,207
16,423,772
Total Cir-
culation
5* 95,969,804
109,478,450
97,516,672
94,000,398
92,076,744
89,325,362
87,459,458
86,852,602
89,418,479
87,534,916
88,119,688
89,082,235
January. .
February.
March.. ..
Apiil.....
May.....
June.....
July......
August. .
September
October...
November
December.
CONSOLIDATED RESOURCES OF ALL COMMERCIAL BANKS
.......... 5*280,529,357 1929.............. TS
.......... 263,531,926 1930.............. 5
.......... 245,582,200 1931.............. 5
.......... 256,392,743 1932.............. 5
.......... 272,372,088 1933.............. 1


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REVENUES AND EXPENDITURES OF THE INSULAR GOVERNMENT
Year
Revenues Expenditures
1924.............80,110,775 90,890,878
192 5..............88,506,845 82,770,967
192 6........83,801,854 97,633,642
192 7..............83,503,188 83,801,854
192 8..............85,454,252 79,866,551
Year Revenues Expenditures
192 9................94,141 174 83,652,523
193 0................94,984,430 101,151,561
193 1................69,425,592 76,641,466
193 2................74,716,772 79,696,887
193 3................70,025,934 69,535,030
GROSS AND NET INDEBTEDNESS OF THE PHILIPPINE GOVERNMENT
Gross Less-Accumulat- Net
Year Indebtedness ed Sinking Funds Indebtedness
192 5........................... 5*160,020,000.00 T 29,158,359.99 5*130,861,640.01
192 6........................... 164,289,000.00 33,678,319.75 130,610,680.25
192 7........................... 167,985,000.00 38,542,811.74 129,442,188.26
192 8........................... 175,237,000.00 43,518,211.43 131,718,788.57
192 9........................... 177,637,000.00 48,775,180.27 128,861,819.73
193 0........................... 172,587,000.00 51,649,712.19 120,937,287.81
193 1........................... 173,087,000.00 57,212,920.66 115,874,079.34
193 2........................... 187,304,000.00 77,266,609.161 110,037,390.84
193 3........................... 189,859,400.00 84,577,437.80l 105,281,962.20
1 Includes collateral bonds issued against provincial and municipal bonds.
GROSS CUSTOMS COLLECTIONS, EXCEPT INTERNAL REVENUE
192 4.............. 5*21,634,609 1929............... 5*26,643,979
192 5..................22,218,920 1930............... 23,509,937
192 6............... 21,180,194 1931............... 18,528,485
192 7.............. 20,630,450 1932............... 18,185,000
192 8.............. 24,051,151 1933............... 16,837,555
PHILIPPINE MATCH COMPANY
LIMITED
offer you the
BEST IMPREGNATED MATCHES
Any brand of Matches bearing the name
Philippine Match Co., Ltd.
will give you entire satisfaction, good
lighting, rain or no rain, no afterglow
for the protection of your home.
Office: Factory:
625 P. PATERNO MANILA, P. I. MANDALOYON
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FOREIGN CONSULS IN MANILA
ARGENTINE REPUBLICHon. Jose F. Fernandez, Consul, 109 Juan Luna.
BELGIUMHon. M. Verlinden, Consul, 50 Escolta.
BOLIVIAHon. Joaquin M. Elizalde, 801 M. de la Industria.
CHILEHon. Lorenzo Correa, Consul, 212 Marques de Comillas.
CHINAHon. Tsoong Lung Dunn, Consul-General, 203-204 China Bank Bldg.
COSTA RICAHon. Vicente T. Fernandez, Consul, 302 S. O. Fernandez Bldg., 51 Escolta,
CZECHO-SLOVAKIAHon. Leo Schnurmacher, Consul, 67 Juan Luna.
DENMARKHon. G. P. Datema, Consul, 112-113 M. de Binondo.
FRANCEHon. Gaston Willoquet, Consul-General, 329 Perez-Samanillo Bldg.
GERMANYHon. J. Schulze, Consul, Insular Life Bldg.
GREAT BRITAINHon. Thomas Harrington, PI.B.B., Consul-General, 120 T. Pinpin.
ITALYHon. R. P. Staurenghi, Acting Consul, 702 Heacock Bldg.
JAPANHon. Atsushi Kimura, Consul-General, 501 de los Reyes Bldg.
LATVIAHon. Leopoldo R. Aguinaldo, Vice-Consul, Aguinaldo Bldg., Juan Luna.
LIBERIAHon. R. Summers, Consul, 793 Sta. Mesa.
MEXICOHon. Eugene Lacavo, Honorary Consul, 302 S. O. Fernandez Bldg., 51 Escolta,
NETHERLANDSHon. G. P. Datema,' Consul, 112 M. de Binondo.
NICARAGUAHon. Trinidad E. Lacayo, Consul-General (Absent); Hon. Vicente L.
Legarda, Vice-Consul, Acting Consul-General, 1564 Azcarraga corner T. Alonzo
NORWAYHon. Thorbjon M. Holmsen, Consul, 1 Plaza Moraga.
PANAMAHon. E. C. Ross, Consul, 30 Bazan.
PARAGUAY"Hon. J. J. Russell, Consul, 8 M. del Banco Nacional.
PERU-Hon. Antonio Melian v Pa via, Honorary Consul, 317 Dewey Boulevard.
PORTUGALHon. J. W. Ferrier, Consul, 702-706 Insular Life Bldg.
SIAMHon. F. Arthur Perkins, Consul, 511-527 Heacock Bldg.
SPAIN-Hon. Miguel Espinosa v Bosch, Consul-General, Casa de Espana, Taft Ave.
SWEDENHon. A. G. Henderson, Consul, Chaco Bldg.
SWITZERLANDHon. A. Sidler, Consul, 627 Rizal Avenue.
TURKEYHon. Miguel Espinosa v Bosch, Consul for Spain in Charge.
UNITED STATES OF AMERICAHon. Henry B. Day, Vice-Consul, 410 Heacock Bldg.
URUGUAYHon. R. A. Schneckeburger, Consul, 456 Dasmarinas.
VENEZUELAHon. Albert P. Delfino, Consul, 50 Escolta.
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PHILIPPINE CARNIVAL ASSOCIATION 87
Rabto engineering College
RECOGNIZED BY THE GOVERNMENT
712 Rizal Avenue, Manila, Philippine Islands
MANUEL S. DEL ROSARIO, Director
(U. S. Certified Radio Engineer and Communication Expert)
(Miss) ADELAIDA R. ZABALA, Registrar
The REC is the only radio institution in the Far East, employing the best American system
of instruction and short-cut courses. The General Radio Course is offered in a short period
of 6 to 12 months, depending on the natural aptitude of the student.
Our graduates are ready to fill any of the following positions: Radio-telegraph operator,
radio mechanic, switchboard and telephone operator, supervising lineman, electrician, radio
constructor, power-house attendant, radio laboratorian, broadcasting announcer, sound record-
ing technician, radio designer and draftsman, radio clerk and salesman, radio news reporter,
radio police patrol, traffic communication manager, aviation radio expert, radio-electrical
engineer, college professor or instructor, scientist and others where now-a-days Radio is used
as a medium.
Our enrollment is open anytime of the year for beginners and advanced students. En-
trance fee P15.00. Monthly fee P7.00 until the course is completed. The whole course if
payable in advanced P60.00 the student may stay as long as he desires until the course is com-
pleted.
Engraved sheep-skin diploma is awarded the graduates.
Practical and theoretical instruction. Equipped with up-to-date radio-electrical labor-
atory. Morning, afternoon, and evening classes.
Our enrollment is open anytime. For particulars, kindly communicate with the Director.
REC COMMERCIAL TRAINING WILL GIVE YOU PROFESSIONAL CON-
FIDENCE AND ABILITY.
First Class
Shoe Polish
KUENZLE & STREIFF, INC.
343 T. Pinpin Manila, P. I.
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For Big Jobs
ENGINEERING
CONTRACTING
FABRICATED STEEL
SALVAGE
DREDGING
FILLING
LIGHTERAGE
MANUFACTURER'S REPRESENTATIVES
GARDNER-DENVER
COMPRESSORS
PUMPS
DRILLS
AIR HOISTS
CALIFORNIA CORRUGATED CULVERTS
CREOSOTED APITONG TIES AND PILES
ATLANTIC, GULF & PACIFIC CO.
71-77 Muelle de la Industria # Manila
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PHILIPPINE CARNIVAL ASSOCIATION
89

KELLY
SPRINGFIELD
TIRES
6 TIMES
FORTIFIED
AGAINST
O WEAR
O SKID
O BLOW-OUT
Kelly Springfield Fatigue-Proof
embody Six Outstanding Featu-
res found in no other Tires. When
you equip your car with Kellys,
the New Fatigue-Proof Tires,
you'll get new driving Confid-
ence ----greater Safety----in-
creased Mileage, and what is
most important you pay noth-
ing extra.
We carry in stock a complete
line of Tubes and Casings. See
our complete line today at our
head office or at our service sta-
tions on Isaac Peral, corner
Marques de Comillas and on
Taft Ave. extension, near Liber-
tad corner, Pasay.
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VITAMIN-FULL
POWDER
Vegetaste is the magic name
that will bring happiness to the
home housewife.
Vitamin-Full Vegetaste is a
nourishing powder made from
fresh vegetables and containing
all the invigorating growth and
stimulating quantities found in
all raw vegetables.
When mixed with your food it
improves its flavor to an irresist-
ible degree and makes it more
enjoyable to eat.
Try it only once and you will
always use it.
YEK HUA TRADING CORPORATION
P. O. Box 29 129 Juan Luna, Manila
Tel. 4-90-67
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The EXPERIENCE of
more than a CENTURY
Placed at the SERVICE
of the PHILIPPINES
this is the Guaranty that
every product prepared by
BOTICA
BOIE
offers.
BOIE'S EMULSION
The Body, Bone, Blood Builder
WATSONAL CASTORIA

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The Candy Worm Remedy |
WATSONAL TAGUROL I
To cure Itch, Herpes, Sarna, and all Skin Disease j|
BOIL'S TONI-QUINA 1
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The Tonic Wine that gives a new strain of life Si
These are some of the most popular Medicines |
prepared by BOTICA BOIE and sold by all Drug 1
Stores throughout the Islands. i
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PHILIPPINE CARNIVAL ASSOCIATION 91
Skilled I
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Workmanship 1
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...our guaranty |
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McCULLOUGH PRINTING COMPANY I
101-103 Escolta Telephone 2-18-01 1
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General plan of the 1935 Manila Carnival


Friendly Service
Whether your motor trip takes you to the next
town or to the Manila Carnival, your require-
ments of GARGOYLE MOBILOIL and SO-
CONY GASOLINE will be adequately served
by friendly service stations and agents along
the route.
And when you use MOBILOIL, you are
sure of Quality Lubrication for your modern
high-speed, high-compression engine.
The Ideal
_ Combination .
Gasoline Mobiloil
Standard Quality Make Ike chart your guiJr
STANDARD-VACUUM OIL COMPANY


HEACOCK INTERESTS
H. E. HEACOCK CO.
JEWELERSOPTICIANSSTATIONERS
The World's Best Merchandise
H. E. HEACOCK CO.
OFFICE EQUIPMENT DEPT.
Typewriters, Safes, Desks, Adding and Calculating
Machines, Inks, Office Supplies, Etc.
C. ALKAN, Inc.
Athletic Goods, Edison Phonographs, Fire Arms
Ammunition, Johnson Out-Board Motors,
Jantzen Swim Suits, Etc.
DENNISTON, Inc.
EVERYTHING PHOTOGRAPHIC
Eastman Kodaks and Cameras, Cine Kodaks, Film
Finishing, Enlargements, Picture Frames
CEBU MANILA DAVAO ILOILO BAGUIO
SAN FERNANDO, PAMPANGADAGUPAN, PANGASINAN
CABANATUAN, NUEVA ECIJA
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H B 38 1 849,87 7 MANILA CARNIVAL COMMERCIAL AND INDUSTRIAL FAIR 1935 FEBRUARY 16TH TO MARCH 3RD 1935

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PHILIPPINE CARNIVAL ASSOCIATION 1 PRIZE CUPS TROPHIES MEDALS O F AN Y SIZ E AN Y DESIG N and for AN Y EVEN T ar e our SPECIALT Y Le t u s sho w yo u ou r larg e assortment whic h i s alway s complete . Engravin g o f dedication s i s don e righ t i n ou r ow n shop s an d w e ar e prepare d t o execut e specia l design s an d accordin g t o give n specifications . L A ESTRELL A DE L NORT E LEV Y HERMANOS INC 46-5 0 ESCOLT A m m MANIL A ILOIL O 111 answerin g advertisements pleas e mentio n thi s Carniva l Commercia l Handboo k

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2 COMMERCIAL HANDBOOK The 193 5 CARNIVA L will mean much more to you if you remember it with an EVERSHAR P DORI C Gold-Sea l Fountai n Pen / Thu s yo u ca n cheris h th e memor y o f thi s year' s Carniva l fo r Life Fo r thi s pe n come s t o you complete no t onl y wit h you r nam e engrave d i n gold an d wit h al l th e prove d advantages th e refine ment s an d nicetie s o f pen-makin g buil t int o it,—bu t als o wit h ou r guarante e fo r it s satisfactory operation a s lon g a s yo u Live Fourtee n grade d nibs an d Fou r favorit e pear l color s fro m whic h t o choose — An d it' s price d a t n o highe r tha n a n or dinar y standar d Fountai n Pen O n thes e libera l term s i f yo u wish : P 2 DOW N (Balanc e i n 3 months ) Write or see us now for Contract Form PHILIPPIN E EDUCATIO N CO 10 1 Escolta Manil a m m m m m s I n answerin g advertisements pleas e mentio n thi s Carniva l Commercia l Handboo k

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PHILIPPINE CARNIVAL ASSOCIATION 3 INFORMATIO N FO R EXHIBITOR S A s usua l th e 193 5 Carniva l Cit y i s s o arrange d tha t concessio n lot s ar e mad e availabl e al l aroun d th e Carniva l Cit y an d i n th e Midway Thes e lot s ar e appropriat e fo r shows amusements restaurants refreshmen t parlor s an d exhibit s o f commercia l an d industria l firms Thos e a t th e side s ar e ordinaril y 6 x 2 0 meter s each an d ar e rente d t o concession aire s an d exhibitor s fro m P200.0 0 t o P250.0 0 each Th e midwa y lot s ar e no t unifor m i n siz e an d renta l rate s wil l b e give n upo n request However befor e th e lot s ar e dispose d o f a t th e regula r rates the y ar e firs t opene d fo r competitiv e bid s an d th e highes t bidde r fo r an y o f the m obtain s th e particula r lo t desired N o bid s ar e considere d whic h ar e belo w th e regula r rate s abov e mentioned Th e Philippin e Carniva l Associatio n construct s th e facade s withou t cos t t o th e exhibitors Th e constructio n o f th e necessar y buildings booths partitions etc. ar e don e by an d a t th e expens e of th e concessionaires A t th e sout h an d southwes t side s o f th e Auditoriu m i s th e Mai n Commercia l an d Indus tria l Fai r site Her e exhibitor s ma y displa y thei r good s i n booths 3x 5 meters constructe d b y th e Philippin e Carniva l Association whic h ar e rente d t o exhibitor s a t P150.0 0 each th e decoratio n an d lightin g o f th e sam e t o b e don e b y an d a t th e expens e o f th e exhibitors I f desired exhibitor s ma y ren t lot s i n th e midwa y o f th e expositio n sit e an d erec t thei r ow n building s i n conformit y wit h thei r ow n plans approve d b y th e Carniva l Architect Th e charge s fo r suc h lot s wil l b e give n upo n application Concessionaire s an d exhibitor s i n th e Carniva l Cit y wil l b e furnishe d th e usua l wate r an d lightin g service s a s wel l a s electri c curren t fo r powe r purpose s a t reasonabl e rates Fir e an d polic e protectio n ar e provide d b y th e Cit y o f Manila an d th e Philippin e Car niva l Associatio n employ s fir e an d polic e vigilanc e committee s an d watchmen Insuranc e o n exhibit s ca n b e arrange d fo r a t prevailin g rates I n th e 193 3 Carnival th e rat e o f pre miu m wa s 2-1/2% Applicatio n fo r insuranc e o f exhibit s shoul d b e submitte d promptl y t o th e Secretary-Treasure r o f th e Philippin e Carniva l Association I f a n exhibito r livin g i n th e Unite d State s o r an y foreig n countr y ha s n o agen t i n Manila h e shoul d consig n hi s exhibit s t o th e Philippin e Carniva l Associatio n whic h wil l tak e charg e o f it s displa y an d emplo y a reliabl e perso n fo r a reasonabl e su m t o tak e charg e o f th e exhibit s a t th e exhibitor' s expense s an d followin g hi s instructions A deposi t o f a t leas t $250.00 U S Currency pe r uni t o f 3 x 5 meter s take n shoul d b e mad e fo r paymen t o f th e necessar y expenses An y unexpende d amoun t wil l b e returne d t o th e exhibitor Exhibit s o f dutiabl e good s wil l b e admitte d unde r bon d withou t paymen t o f duty Allowanc e shoul d b e mad e fo r carg o handling storag e an d drayag e charges I t i s desire d tha t exhibitor s emphasiz e order-takin g an d sales-makin g effort s b y thos e i n charg e o f exhibits Application s fo r exhibi t space s i n th e Commercia l an d Industria l Fai r shoul d b e addres se d t o th e Philippin e Carniva l Associatio n an d shoul d reac h i t o n o r befor e Januar y 21st 1935 Exhibitor s i n th e Unite d State s shoul d bea r i n min d tha t i t usuall y take s 2 0 day s fo r a lette r fro m Sa n Francisco California t o reac h Manila Remittanc e o f th e ful l amoun t o f charge s fo r ren t o f th e desire d spac e shoul d accompan y th e applicatio n an d shoul d b e mad e payabl e t o th e Philippin e Carniva l Association A t th e clos e o f th e Commercia l an d Industria l Fair al l exhibit s consigne d t o th e Phil ippin e Carniva l Associatio n wil l b e store d a t th e expense s o f th e respectiv e exhibitors pendin g thei r instructions

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6 COMMERCIAL HANDBOOK Definitely— "it' s th e plac e t o go TH E MANIL A HOTE L The Aristocrat of the Orient T o sa y tha t yo u stoppe d a t th e Manil a Hote l mark s yo u a t onc e a s a discriminating well-experience d travele r wh o know s an d appreciate s th e gif t o f graciou s livin g whic h thi s hote l offers Critica l traveler s sta y a t th e Manil a Hote l an d direc t thei r friend s t o i t becaus e her e the y ar e sur e o f — courteous punctiliou s service — —a n indescribabl y deliciou s cuisin e fo r whic h th e Manil a Hote l i s famous — —guarantee d comfor t an d sanitatio n i n th e Orient — —cool quiet high-ceilinge d room s (al l outside ) wit h tu b an d showe r i n ever y room — —nightl y dance s i n th e open-ai r Pavilio n facin g histori c Manil a Bay — —musi c b y Tirs o an d hi s orchestra th e bes t i n th e Fa r East — Th e Tropic s a t it s Bes t Rate s quit e i n keepin g wit h Moder n Idea s o f Econom y America n o r Europea n Pla n H C ("ANDY" ) ANDERSON Managing Director I n answerin g advertisements pleas e mentio n thi s Carniva l Commercia l Handboo k

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PHILIPPINE CARNIVAL ASSOCIATION 7 TH E PHILIPPIN E CARNIVA L ASSOCIATIO N MANILA P I LIS T O F OFFICER S FO R 1934-193 5 g HONORAR Y OFFICER S | li g Honorar y Presiden t j| j ffl HI S EXCELLENCY TH E GOVERNOR-GENERA L ffl I I ffl I I ffl ffl Honorar y Vice-President s I S i i ffl TH E PRESIDEN T O F TH E TH E SPEAKER HOUS E O F I S g SENAT E REPRESENTATIVE S g I S I S g TH E VIC E GOVERNOR-GENERA L g I S I S | TH E ADMIRA L COMMANDIN G TH E COMMANDIN G GENERAL DEPART j | | TH E ASIATI C FLEET U.S.N MEN T O F TH E PHILIPPINES U.S.A j | | TH E MAYO R O F TH E CIT Y O F TH E PRESIDEN T O F TH E MUNICIPA L | ffl MANIL A BOAR D I S I S m I S L S | ADMINISTRATIV E OFFICER S | i s i s I S I S g BOAR D O F DIRECTOR S | | HON MANUE L L QUEZO N | ffl Presiden t ffl 1 HON V SINGSO N ENCARNACIO N MR THOS J WOLF F | S I Firs t Vice-Presiden t Secon d Vice-Presiden t I S L S I S 1 MEMBER S | I S MR FELIP E BUENCAMIN O MR J R SHA W I S | HON JORG E B VARGA S MR JAME S KIN G STEEL E ffl JUDG E M V DE L ROSARI O MR VICENT E BAUTIST A ffl HON JUA N POSADAS Jr HON EULOGI O RODRIGUE Z | HON MELECI O ARRAN Z MR GERONIM O SANTIAG O | ffl MR H M CAVENDE R MR JACOB O ZOBE L t S ffl MR L R AGUINALD O HON ATSUSH I KIMUR A ffl | MR ISAA C BARZ A HON MIGUE L ESPINO S Y BOSC H | ffl HON T I DUN N ffl ffl ffl | EXECUTIV E STAF F ffl ffl MR ARSENI O N LU Z HON SERAFI N MARABU T ffl ffl Director-Genera l Secretary-Treasure r ffl | MR M P D E VEYR A MR ADRIAN O RODENA S | m Assistan t t o th e Director-Genera l Assistan t Treasure r ffl g MR AMAND O BOLAft O T AVAf r g I n charg e o f th e Provincia l Partici MR FORTUNAT O E JAYM E ffl ffl patio n Assistan t Secretary-Treasure r ffl 1 MR CARLO S A BARRETT O MR GABRIE L DAZ A 1 ffl Architec t Illuminatin g Enginee r ffl | BARRER A & REYE S 1 ffl Genera l Counsel s g ffl ffl VICENT E FABELL A & COMPAN Y g ffl a ffl p Auditor s m ffl t T ffl j| j Headquarter s g g ffl WALLAC E FIELD LUNETA MANIL A ffl ffl ffl ffl ffl

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8 COMMERCIAL IjANDBOO K TABL E O F CONTENT S Page Abaca—Production Exportatio n an d Ex porters Cordag e Factorie s 18-1 9 Almacig a 3 5 Automobil e Accessorie s an d Part s o f 3 7 Bagoon g Dealer s 4 1 Bank s 6 2 Beads Pear l 3 5 Be d Manufacturer s 4 1 Billiar d an d Poo l Tabl e Manufacturers... 4 1 Blacksmith s 4 1 Boa t Builder s 4 1 Bo x Manufacturer s 4 1 Brewerie s 4 2 Bric k an d Til e Manufacturer s 4 2 Broker s 73-7 5 Buildin g an d Loa n Association s 4 2 Bunta l Fibe r Exporter s an d Dealers..... 34 Busines s an d Financia l Revie w o f th e Philip pine s Durin g th e Firs t Si x Month s o f 193 4 1 5 Butto n Manufacturer s 4 2 Candl e Manufacturer s 4 2 Ca p Maker s 4 2 Capita l o f Corporation s 3 4 Cars Carriage s an d Vehicle s 3 7 Ca r an d Carriag e Maker s 4 3 Carniva l Badge s Manufacturers 4 3 Carniva l Officer s fo r 1934-193 5 7 Carpenter s 4 3 Cassav a Starc h Factor y 4 3 Cemen t Dealer s 4 3 Chamber s o f Commerc e 6 1 Chocolat e an d Coffe e 4 3 Ciga r Factorie s i n Manil a 2 8 Ciga r an d Cigarett e Manufacturer s 4 4 Ciga r an d Cigarett e Exporter s 27-2 8 Coa l Dealer s .4 4 Coconu t an d Cococonu t Products—Produc tio n an d Exportatio n 2 9 Coconu t Oi l Factorie s 3 0 Consul s i n Manil a • 8 6 Consolidate d Resource s o f al l Commercia l Bank s 8 4 Com b Manufacturers • 4 4 Comparativ e Suga r Productio n o f th e Phil ippine s fo r 1932-3 3 an d 1931-3 2 Crops. 2 6 Cordag e Factorie s 1 9 Corporation s Registere d 8 4 Custom s Collectio n 8 5 Distilleries Alcoho l an d Liquor s 4 5 Dr y Dock s 4 5 Eg g Dealer s 4 5 Elem i 3 5 Embroideries—Exportation Manufacturer s an d Exporter s 3 2 Engraver s 4 5 Exhibitors Informatio n fo r 3 Export s o f th e Philippin e Island s (Chart ) fo r 193 3 1 7 Fact s an d Figure s Abou t th e Philippines... 1 2 Fertilize r Manufacturer s 4 5 Fis h Ne t Manufacturer s 4 5 Firearm s an d Ammunition s 3 7 Foreig n Consul s 8 6 Foreig n Coin s an d thei r Equivalen t i n P.I currenc y 6 0 Forewor d 9 Foundrie s 4 5 Frui t Juice s an d Extract s 3 5 Frui t Preserve s Factorie s 4 6 Gol d an d Silversmit h 4 6 Greas e an d Lubricatin g Dealer s 4 0 Grocerie s 3 8 Gu m Copa l 3 5 Harnes s an d Leathe r Good s 4 6 Hat s 3 3 Ha t Blocker s 4 6 Hotel s 4 6 Ic e Manufacturer s 4 6 Indebtednes s o f th e Philippin e Governmen t 8 5 Industrializatio n o f th e Philippine s Mai n Featur e o f 193 5 Carniva l 1 1 Industria l Establishment s i n Manil a 4 1 In k Dealer s 4 7 Insuranc e Companie s 62-6 6 Interislan d Steamshi p Companie s 4 7 Import s o f th e Philippin e Island s ((Chart ) fo r 193 3 3 6 Page Knotte d Abac a Exporter s 1 9 Lam p Dealer s 4 7 Lam p Shade s 3 5 Lar d an d Butte r Manufacturer s 3 0 Leathe r an d Leathe r Good s 3 7 Lim e Mamifacturer s 4 7 Lithographer s 4 7 Lumban g Oi l Dealer s 4 7 Lumbe r 3 1 Lumbe r Exporter s . 3 1 Macaron i an d Vermicell i Manufacturers. 4 7 Machin e Shop s 4 8 Manil a Carniva l Beat s th e Depression... 1 0 Manufacturers Agent s 4 0 Marbl e Wor k Shop s an d Sculptor s 4 8 Mea t an d Dair y Product s 3 8 Minin g Companie s o8-5 9 Musica l Instrument s 3 9 Musica l Instrumen t Repairer s 4 8 Nicke l Platin g Shop s 4 8 Newspaper s an d Publication s 67-7 2 Ocea n Freigh t Rate s o n Mos t Importan t Philippin e Export s 82 ? n Oi l an d Desiccate d Coconu t 3 0 Oil Gasolin e an d Grease s 4 0 Othe r Product s 3 o Pain t Dealer s 3 8 Pape r Dealer s 3 8 Pape r an d Manufacturer s o f 3 8 Pape r Bo x Manufacturers 4 8 Pear l Bead s Exporter s 3 5 Pear l Button s 3 5 Philippin e Currenc y i n Circulatio n 8 4 Philippin e Embroiderie s 3 2 Philippin e Han d Wove n Hats—Exportation Manufacturer s an d Exporter s 3 3 Philippin e Lumbe r Industry—Exportatio n an d Exporter s 3 1 Plumber s 4 8 Pomad e an d Toile t Article s 4 9 Poultr y Suppl y Dealer s 4 9 Rea l Estat e 4 9 Remnant s Importer s 3 8 Reptil e Ski n Goo d Manufacturers. 4 9 Revenue s an d Expenditure s o f th e Insula r Governmen t 8 5 Ric e Exporter s 3 5 Ric e Flou r Factorie s 4 9 Ric e Mil l Operator s 4 9 Rop e an d Twin e Manufacturer s 4 9 Rubbe r Dealer s 3 5 Rubbe r Plantation s 4 9 Rubbe r Sho e Factorie s 6 0 Rubbe r Stam p Manufacturer s 6 0 Sailmaker s 6 0 Sawmill s 52-5 7 Sculptor s 4 8 Shel l Craf t Manufacturer s 5 0 Shir t Factorie s 5 0 Soa p Factorie s 5 0 Sportin g Good s Dealer s 3 9 Steamshi p Line s an d Agencie s 76-7 9 Suga r Export s o f th e Philippine s fo r th e Las t Fiftee n Year s -2 1 Suga r Industry—Histor y an d Developmen t 2 0 Sugar—Productio n an d Exportation Ex porter s an d Suga r Central s 21-2 2 Suga r Mill s 2 4 Telegrap h an d Cabl e Companie s 5 1 Tobacco—It s Problem s an d Plac e i n th e World' s Trad e 2 7 Tobacc o an d Tobacc o Manufacturers... 27-2 8 To y Manufacturer s 5 1 Toy o Sauc e Manufacturer s 5 1 Transportatio n Facilitie s an d Rate s 80-8 1 Trun k Manufacturer s 5 1 Umbrell a Manufacturer s 5 1 Vegetabl e Oi l Factorie s 5 1 Vegetabl e an d Frui t Dealer s 5 1 Vinega r Dealer s 5 1 Walkin g Stic k Manufacturer s 5 1 Weight s an d Measure s Manufacturer s 5 1 Whea t Flou r Dealer s 4 0 Win e an d Liquor s 4 0 Windo w Sas h an d Doo r Maker s 5 1 Ylang-Ylan g Oi l Manufacturer s 5 1

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PHILIPPINE CARNIVAL ASSOCIATION 9 FOREWOR D GE T TH E CARNIVA L SPIRIT Th e Drea m Cit y o f 193 5 i s abou t t o ope n wid e its doors T o a gloom y worl d i t offer s its healin g light ; t o thos e whos e heart s ar e burdene d wit h sorrow wit h th e uneasines s unde r th e depression al l sort s o f entertainment s an d amusements ; t o thos e lookin g fo r th e exotic fo r th e beautiful its impressiv e parade s an d colorfu l pageants its exquisit e an d fantasti c shows Th e carniva l managemen t propose s t o mak e thi s year' s festiva l th e bes t an d bigges t ever givin g ne w feature s an d noveltie s tha t wil l linge r lon g i n th e memor y o f all I t wil l b e a cit y o f unbounde d mirt h an d enjoyments ; i t wil l detac h on e fro m th e worl d o f reality o f sorro w an d o f anxiety Ther e wil l b e plent y o f mirt h an d laughter ; fun s an d frolic an d al l sort s o f innocen t pastim e an d amusements ; o f riotou s color s an d exquisit e an d fantasti c show s an d sights ; impressiv e an d colorfu l pageant s an d parades ; scholastic musi c an d beaut y contests : i n shor t al l thos e thing s tha t wil l mak e man woman an d chil d forge t thei r worrie s an d thei r anxieties Th e carniva l managemen t ha s ransacke d th e famou s sho w place s o f th e worl d t o offe r yo u th e las t wor d i n entertainment I t ha s brough t ne w feature s fo r th e delectatio n o f amusemen t seeker s fro m sho w place s o f th e Orien t an d fro m th e Centur y o f Progres s Expositio n i n Chicago Ther e wil l b e a worl d o f beautifu l things o f informativ e an d educationa l valu e tha t yo u ca n no t affor d t o miss Wit h th e generou s cooperatio n o f th e Burea u o f Commerce thi s COMMERCIA L HANDBOO K i s agai n issue d b y th e Philippin e Carniva l Associatio n i n orde r t o promot e loca l an d foreig n trad e an d th e developmen t o f th e numerou s industrie s o f th e country Th e usefulnes s o f thi s smal l bookle t fo r busines s me n an d traders manufacturer s an d merchant s ha s bee n acknowledge d b y it s numerou s subscriber s an d reader s her e an d abroad whic h fact w e believe i s a sufficien t justificatio n fo r it s continue d publication Reliabl e informatio n abou t thi s country its principa l industrie s ar e foun d o n it s pages beside s a classifie d director y o f loca l exporter s an d importers manufacturers etc Th e Philippin e Carniva l Associatio n doe s no t guarante e th e solvenc y o f an y firm fisted i n th e director y bu t i t ha s trie d i n ever y wa y possibl e t o includ e onl y firms tha t ar e repute d t o b e reliable W e shal l appreciat e i t i f th e Associatio n wil l b e informe d o f an y busines s resultin g i n th e us e o f th e dat a an d informatio n give n i n thes e pages Gratefu l appreciatio n i s du e t o th e Statistic s Divisio n o f th e Departmen t o f Agri cultur e an d Commerce whic h ha d liberally a s i n th e past supplie d th e fact s an d figures embodie d i n thi s handbook ARM Y UNIFORMS — N A V Y Civilian Clothing LINEN—LIGH T WOOL—COTTO N SPOR T CLOTHES—DRES S SUIT S Al l WON G EXPERIENCED TAILOR 79-8 1 Victori a — 272-27 4 Gral Lun a — Walle d Cit y 111 answerin g advertisements pleas e mentio n thi s Carniva l Commercia l Handboo k

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1 0 COMMERCIAL HANDBOOK YEARL Y ATTENDANC E 150 9 97,00 0 191 5 202,00 0 19 1 0 105,00 0 191 4 147,00 0 19 1 1 157,00 0 191 5 163,00 0 19 1 2 165, 0 0 0 191 6 170,0 0 0 1922. .'i..336,7 0 0 192 6 357,69 6 1923.. 402,12 5 192 7 407,61 9 1924. 454,25 2 192 9 708,95 9 192 5 : .446.0 6 7 193 0 542,60 1 DEgr.OTAOftiCULIUfi t SCOMMEfrCE Statistic s Division ....560,00 0 1021. .. ,467,41 2 ..,467,92 0 .. ,455,17 0 1934. ...4-74,94 5 IU5.Ac.mrr e Millio n Peo pl e io n 9 Q 7 C 5 4 — 5 — 2 LEGEN D 3 Yearl q Attendanc e • C < TH E MANIL A CARNIVA L B E \T S TH E DEPRESSIO N Defyin g al l economi c an d natura l laws th e Manil a Carniva l continue s i n it s uphil l progres s an d stand s a s a challeng e t o a depresse d world Whil e fro m al l side s w e hea r o f decrease d sales dwindlin g patronag e an d discouragin g results th e Manil a Carn i /a l ha s steadil y forge d ahea d i n spit e o f advers e condition s an d ha s registere d a n increase d attendanc e ever y yea r whic h prove s that wit h th e us e o f prope r method s an d a n unshakabl e fait h i n th e succes s o f an y undertaking on e ca n safel y stee r awa y fro m th e rock s an d shoal s o f th e presen t economi c depression Th e abov e char t graphicall y show s th e increasin g attendanc e i n th e Manil a Carniva l durin g pas t years I t i s a health y an d sur e sig n tha t th e peopl e no t onl y realiz e th e mul tipl e benefit s derive d fro m th e industria l an d commercia l fai r i n th e for m o f increase d knowledg e o f ever y da y progres s bu t als o revea l thei r psychologica l reaction s t o an y clean sane an d wholesom e pleasure T o kee p i n ste p wit h th e changin g whim s o f carniva l goers th e managemen t o f th e 193 5 Manil a Carniva l wil l featur e th e bes t tha t hav e bee n exhibite d i n previou s carnival s suc h a s th e insula r an d provincia l exhibit s a s wel l a s ne w form s o f pleasur e an d entertainmen t intende d t o chang e a gray-haire d ma n o f sixty-si x int o a fun-lovin g bo y o f six Free Examina tion and Consultation TH E PHILIPPIN E COMMONWEALT H STU E Acebed o Optica l Compan y 42 8 Riza l Ave — Tel 2-68-6 5 42 7 Ester o Cegad o Free f Repair p and gjj j Adjustments S i SUES I S I n answerin g advertisements pleas e mentio n thi s Carniva l Commercia l Handboo k

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PHILIPPINE CARNIVAL ASSOCIATION 1 1 A Provincia l Boot h i n th e Commercia l an d Industria l Expositio n INDUSTRIALIZATIO N O F TH E PHILIPPINE S MAI N FEATUR E O F 193 5 CARNIVA L Carnival s an d fair s hav e bee n organize d i n practicall y ever y countr y o r communit y i n th e world Som e hav e mad e history ; bu t others lik e soa p bubbles hav e disappeared leavin g nothing no t eve n a bruis e o n th e fring e o f th e revelers happ y recollections Fleet in g acros s ou r calenda r the y com e an d soo n ar e completel y forgotten Thi s i s so becaus e the y lac k something som e importan t raison d'etre withou t whic h the y woul d b e bu t empt y institution s tha t ar e no t wort h th e patronag e o f th e people Th e Manil a carnival s hav e prove d amon g th e notabl e exception s o f thei r kind—ever y yea r the y gro w bigge r an d better ; ever y succeedin g carnival mor e pompou s an d popular Th e reaso n i s no t fa r t o seek I t ha s becom e a n institutio n o f grea t utilit y t o th e country a builde r o f th e nationa l indus tria l edifice Fro m th e tim e i t wa s organize d i n 190 8 unti l las t yea r mor e tha n 8,000,00 0 peopl e hav e crashe d it s gates revellin g i n wil d abando n bu t a t th e sam e tim e the y hav e becom e mor e chastene d wit h th e greate r knowledg e o f th e thing s i n thei r ow n country I t mus t b e admitte d tha t th e origina l an d primordia l purpos e o f th e Manil a carniva l wa s t o provid e th e peopl e wit h a plac e fo r relaxatio n an d amusement an d als o t o infus e democrati c spiri t i n wholesom e revelr y amon g them Year s ag o th e purpos e o f th e institu tio n ha s bee n mainl y directe d toward s th e developmen t o f th e loca l commerc e an d industrie s an d toward s givin g th e peopl e a n opportunit y t o witnes s th e changin g economi c structur e o f th e country Th e expositio n featur e o f th e carnival s ha s thu s becom e it s mor e importan t activity Th e yearl y insula r an d provincia l exposition s occupyin g a greate r portio n o f th e carniva l grounds b y exhibitin g th e progres s o f ou r industries hav e bee n s o productiv e o f goo d result s tha t man y o f th e products man y o f th e article s no w passin g throug h ou r trad e channels ca n b e attribute d t o it Th e yearl y participatio n o f th e insula r an d provincia l government s an d a legio n o f busines s firms an d manufacturer s ar e i n themselve s a n inde x o f th e usefulnes s an d utilit y o f th e commercia l an d industria l expositio n o f th e Manil a carnival Mos t peopl e no w g o t o th e carnival s t o se e wha t ne w thing s th e province s hav e t o offe r fo r sale t o se e thing s exhibite d tha t ca n b e improved hence th e Manil a carnival s hav e becom e a facto r i n th e industrializatio n o f th e country Th e stead y lin e tha t raise s t o a majesti c heigh t a s show n i n th e grap h abov e indicate s th e increasin g numbe r o f happ y an d contente d peopl e tha t attende d th e previou s annua l carnivals An d th e soli d roc k tha t rise s beneat h i t indicate s th e progres s o f industrializa tio n tha t ha s bee n achieve d throug h th e mediu m o f th e industria l an d commercia l exposition Thi s grap h indicate s tha t th e million s o f peopl e tha t hav e crashe d th e gate s o f th e carnival commercia l an d industria l fair s ar e kee n i n th e industrializatio n movement Fo r thi s

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1 2 COMMERCIAL IjANDBOO K reason th e Manil a carniva l i s makin g th e "exposition featur e th e mos t importan t phas e o f it s activity Th e fai r facilitate s busines s contact s betwee n th e Manil a an d provincia l manufacturer s wit h th e consumin g publi c an d wit h th e distributor s wh o flock t o i t durin g th e hecti c forthnight Th e manufacturer s o f th e countr y greatl y encourage d b y th e amoun t o f thei r sale s ar e improvin g thei r product s an d producin g a greate r variet v o f them Th e 193 5 carniva l i s agai n emphasizin g th e expositio n featur e an d ever y effor t i s bein g exerte d t o pu t u p a mor e divers e an d comprehensiv e exhibitio n o f th e agricultura l an d com mercia l achievement s o f th e country Th e 193 5 carniva l wil l b e a n epitom e o f th e economi c progres s achieve d durin g th e las t 3 6 year s o f America n occupation I t wil l sho w a countr y tha t i s read y i n ever y respec t t o liv e a n independen t existence FACT S AN D FIGURE S ABO U T TH E PHILIPPINE S LOCATION ARE A AN D POPULATIO N Th e Philippin e Island s li e t o th e southeas t o f Asia an d ar e situate d betwee n 5 an d 22 Nort h Latitud e an d 117 an d 127 Eas t Longitude Th e Philippin e Grou p include s 7,08 3 island s wit h a tota l are a o f 114,40 0 squar e mile s an d estimate d presen t populatio n o f 12,849,550 MANILA A FA R EASTER N TRAD E AN D SHIPPIN G CENTE R Manila th e capita l an d larges t cit y i n th e Philippine s ha s a n are a o f abou t 1 4 squar e mile s an d a n estimat e presen t populatio n o f abou t 384,220 A s a trad e center Manil a hold s a n enviabl e positio n a s a distributin g cente r fo r America n good s i n th e Orien t an d als o i n relatio n t o th e market s an d resource s o f th e Fa r East A s a shippin g center Manil a ha s excellen t natura l facilitie s becaus e i t i s o n th e importan t steamshi p route s betwee n Chin a an d Australia ; i t i s o n man y o f th e importan t line s betwee n th e Unite d State s an d th e Orient an d als o o n man y line s runnin g t o Europe Althoug h a s a whol e Manil a canno t serv e a s a transhippin g poin t fo r al l th e Fa r Easter n countries .ve t i t occupie s a commandin g positio n i n regar d t o othe r parts suc h a s Nort h Australasia Australasia Frenc h Eas t Indie s an d Souther n China Withi n a radiu s o f 1,70 0 mile s o r a t a distanc e fro m Manil a t o Yokohama i t i s estimate d tha t ther e ar e 126,000,00 0 people whil e wit h a large r circl e on e o f 3,50 0 mile s i n radiu s o r a distanc e fro m Manil a t o Bombay nearl y 800,000,00 0 o r abou t one-hal f o f th e world' s populatio n live Distances : Followin g ar e th e distance s i n nautica l mile s betwee n Manil a an d th e principa l ocea n port s o f th e worl d havin g trad e relation s wit h th e Philippines Amo y 67 5 Amsterdam vi a Sue z 9,76 1 Antwerp vi a Sue z 9,71 3 Banko k (Siam ) 1,43 0 Barcelona vi a Sue z 7,99 9 Batavi a (Java ) 1,55 9 Boston vi a Panam a 11,54 7 Boston vi a Sue z 11,38 3 Ne w Orleans vi a Panam a 10,79 3 Ne w York vi a Panam a 11,36 4 Ne w York vi a Sue z 11,52 1 Panama direc t 9,34 7 Panama vi a Honolul u 9,45 2 Philadelphia vi a Panam a 11,33 6 Por t Sai d 6,39 9 2 95 2 Saigo n (Indo-China). 90 7 L88 0 Sandaka n (Borneo ) 57 3 7^92 1 ^ a n Francisco direc t 6,22 1 L50 1 Sa n Francisco vi a Honolulu.. 6,85 8 63 1 Sa n Francisco vi a Honolulu 4,76 7 Gua m 6,92 9 4,83 8 Seattl e 5,94 3 1,56 9 Shangha i 1,16 2 9,61 8 Singapor e 1,37 0 9,65 6 Sue z 6,31 1 6,53 0 Svdne v 3,96 7 1,23 3 Tak u (Por t o f Tientsin ) 1,72 6 7,92 3 Tsingta u 1,42 0 4,52 8 Vladivosto k 1,91 2 1,30 6 Wellingto n (Ne w Zealand ) 4,89 3 Naple s 7,56 9 Yokoham a 1,75 7 Colomb o (Ceylon) Darwin Por t (Australia) Genoa vi a Malta-Suez Gua m Hongkon g Honolulu direc t Honolulu vi a Guam... Kob e Liverpool vi a Sue z London vi a Sue z Lo s Angeles direc t Macassa r (Celebes ) Marseille vi a Suez.... Melbourne Nagasaki DISTANCE S BETWEE N MANIL A AN D PRINCIPA L PHILIPPIN E PORT S Aparri Luzon Cagayan Mindanao. Cebu Ceb u Cotabato Mindanao Davao Mindanao Hondagua Luzon. Iloilo Pana y 38 3 Jolo Jol o 50 4 Legaspi Luzo n 39 2 Pulupandan Occ Negros 64 8 Sa n Carlos Occ Negros. 77 4 Surigao Mindanao...... 52 2 Tacloban Leyte ....... 34 0 Zamboanga Mindanao 54 0 35 7 35 3 35 4 45 9 37 3 51 2

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PHILIPPINE CARNIVAL ASSOCIATION 1 3 POR T FACILITIE S Th e por t o f Manil a i s provide d wit h fou r covere d pier s includin g Pie r No 7 concede d t o b e on e o f th e finest i n th e world an d on e pie r fo r th e us e o f th e Unite d State s Arm y an d Nav y vessel s an d on e whar f fo r th e exclusiv e us e o f foreig n commercia l vessels Eleve n ocea n goin g vessel s ma y b e accommodate d a t on e time Pie r No 7 th e larges t an d newes t i s 1,40 0 fee t lon g an d 24 0 fee t wide I t i s considere d t o b e on e o f th e finest constructe d an d bes t equippe d pier s i n th e worl d to-day Th e completio n o f thi s pie r ha s brough t muc h relie f t o congestio n o f carg o whic h wa s commo n i n previou s years Thi s an d othe r commercia l pier s ar e owne d b y th e Philippin e Governmen t an d th e operatio n place d unde r th e contro l o f th e Manil a Termina l Company th e por t ha s gaine d a n enviabl e reputatio n wit h respec t t o efficiency spee d an d econom y i n th e handlin g o f ocea n freigh t an d rapi d turn-aroun d o f vessels Durin g 1933 91 5 vessel s berthe d alongsid e th e Philippin e Governmen t pier s a t th e por t o f Manila The y brough t int o thi s por t a tota l carg o o f 1,034,881.1 7 tons o f whic h 587,110. 6 ton s wer e discharge d ont o thes e pier s an d th e res t o n lighter s a t shipside Durin g th e sam e yea r 1933 th e tota l numbe r o f foreig n vessel s whic h berthe d o n al l th e pier s wa s 559 a s compare d wit h 49 2 durin g th e previou s year Beside s thes e piers thes e ar e covere d an d ope n dec k lighterag e availabl e fo r genera l cargo Mos t o f th e interislan d vessel s bert h insid e th e Pasi g River Th e smalle r port s o f entr y ar e Cebu Iloilo Zamboanga Jolo Legasp i an d Davao Thes e port s hav e goo d harbors an d alongsid e thei r wharve s steamers ca n loa d an d unloa d thei i carg o wit h perfec t safety Ther e ar e als o abou t 20 0 port s o f cal l i n al l th e Philippine s fo r interislan d vessels al l o f whic h ar e accessibl e t o th e por t o f Manil a an d othe r port s o f entry AGRICULTUR E AN D NATURA L RESOURCE S Th e Philippin e i s preeminentl y a n agricultura l countr y wit h a n are a o f abou t 30,000, 00 0 hectares O f thi s amoun t onl y abou t 4,219,00 0 hectare s ar e unde r cultivation 17, 000,00 0 hectare s ar e covere d wit h forests 5,600,00 0 ar e gras s an d ope n land 600,00 0 ar e mangrov e an d swamp an d th e res t consist s o f th e unexplore d area I n th e cultivate d portion palay abaca suga r cane coconuts tobacco corn maguey caca o an d coffe e ar e th e principa l crop s raised an d th e aggregat e valu e o f thes e crop s i n th e provincia l market s whic h wer e produce d durin g th e yea r 193 3 amounte d t o abou t P284,691,000 Fro m th e fores t 1,085,00 0 cubi c meter s o f commercia l timbe r wer e cut ove r 189,00 0 cubic meter s o f whic h wort h P2,537,00 0 wer e exporte d i n 193 3 whil e th e res t wa s consume d locally I t i s estimate d tha t th e tota l stan d o f commercia l timbe r i n thes e forest s i s abou t 487,000, 000,00 0 boar d fee t (soli d contents) Abou t 80 % o f th e gras s land becaus e o f thei r favorabl e climati c condition s an d offerin g excellen t pastur e an d necessar y stream s o f pur e an d clea r water ar e considere d highl y adapte d t o stoc k raising Anothe r importan t industr y i n th e Philippine s i s fishing which i f properl y developed woul d suppl y th e Island s wit h enoug h fish fo r loca l consumptio n an d a grea t dea l mor e fo r export Th e Philippin e water s aboun d wit h foo d fish bu t a t th e presen t tim e th e Island s impor t annuall y ove r fou r millio n peso s wort h o f fish bot h fres h an d preserved I t i s estimate d tha t i n th e Cit y o f Manil a alone wit h a populatio n o f 384,220 P6,000,00 0 wort h o f fres h fish, beside s abou t P500,00 0 wort h o f dried smoked pickle d an d canne d fish, i s con sume d annually Althoug h numerou s deposit s o f economi c mineral s ar e foun d i n almos t al l th e Islands th e minin g industr y her e i s stil l i n it s infan t stage Accordin g t o survey s mad e b y th e Burea u o f Science tota l iro n ar e reserve s i n th e deposits foun d i n th e province s o f Surigao Bulaca n an d Camarine s Norte i s estimate d a t 520,000,00 0 metri c tons Conservativ e estimate s mad e b y th e sam e Burea u sho w tha t a t leas t 60,000,00 0 ton s o f coa l exis t i n variou s coa l deposit s o f Bulacan Cebu Palawan Mindoro Masbat e an d Mindanao Gol d i s als o foun d i n man y part s o f th e Philippines MANUFACTURIN G INDUSTRIE S A n increase d developmen t o f th e manufacturin g industrie s i n th e Philippine s ma y b e see n i n th e followin g summar y o f manufacture s accordin g t o th e Censu s o f 1918 compare d wit h th e figures correspondin g t o thos e o f 1903 Accordin g t o th e censu s o f 1903 ther e wer e i n th e Island s 3,25 9 industria l establishment s wit h a n aggregat e capita l o f f*53,159, 580.00 th e cos t o f material s use d wer e P25,049,452.0 0 an d th e tota l valu e o f productio n amounte d t o P41,700,215.00 I n 1918 o r 1 5 year s later th e numbe r o f establishment s increase d t o 8,354 th e aggregat e capita l wa s P222,473,592.00 th e cos t o f material s use d P160,877,154.00 an d th e tota l valu e o f product s amounte d t o P356,094,433.00

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1 4 COMMERCIAL IjANDBOO K TRANSPORTATIO N AN D COMMUNICATIO N Variou s mean s o f conveyance s overlan d an d man y interislan d steamer s for m th e domesti c transportatio n facilitie s o f th e Philippines A t th e en d o f th e yea r 1933 ther e wer e engage d i n th e coastwis e trad e 76 7 stea m an d 1,67 5 sailin g vessels Beside s these ther e wer e 92 7 harbo r craft s fo r inlan d wate r transportation A t th e en d o f th e yea r 1932 1,168,52 7 kilometer s o f railroa d line s wer e i n operatio n i n th e Islands I n th e Cit y o f Manila an d nearb y provinc e Rizal th e Manil a Electri c Co. maintain s a n electri c ca r service th e tota l exten t o f it s line s bein g abou t 81.0 4 kilometer s an d operatin g abou t 15 4 cars Moto r vehicles numberin g abou t 24,86 5 automobiles 15,23 7 truck s an d 55 4 moto r cycle s wer e i n operatio n durin g th e yea r 1933 Durin g th e sam e yea r 1933 th e tota l extensio n o f first clas s road s wa s 8,504. 5 kilometers ; secon d clas s roads, ^ 4,66 1 kilometers ; an d thir d clas s roads 2,218. 2 kilometers Ther e wer e i n operatio n durin g th e yea r 1933 98 8 postoffices 52 0 telegrap h office s includin g wireles s station s an d cabl e offices an d abou t 23,25 2 telephon e instrument s al l ove r th e Islands LABO R Ther e i s a sufficien t numbe r o f laborer s i n th e Philippines I n fact th e Censu s o f 191 8 show s tha t ther e wer e registere d 543,21 3 laborer s o f who m onl y a n averag e o f 64>15 0 wer e regularl y employe d i n agricultural commercial transportatio n an d manufacturin g in dustries Th e allege d insufficienc y o f laborers therefore ma y b e attribute d t o th e massin g o f populatio n i n th e mor e develope d portion s o f th e Archipelago BANKING CURRENC Y AN D FINANC E Th e growt h i n th e busines s o f commercia l bank s i n th e Philippin e Island s show s a n increas e i n thei r asset s o f fro m P245,132,90 5 fo r 193 2 t o 1*260,786,180.5 1 fo r 1933 Th e coin s use d i n th e Philippine s a t th e presen t tim e ar e o f th e followin g denominations : on e peso fifty centavos twent y centavos te n centavos five centavo s an d on e centavo Th e pape r mone y i s issue d i n one two five, ten twenty, fifty, on e hundre d an d five hundre d peso s denominations O n Decembe r 31 1933 th e tota l circulatio n wa s 1*99,942,68 8 a s compare d wit h P88 : 442,23 5 fo r 1932 Th e Philippin e Governmen t i s self-supportin g an d i t derive s it s revenue s mostl y fro m custom s collections interna l taxes incom e tax lan d tax an d cedul a tax. Th e tota l consolidate d revenu e fo r th e fiscal yea r endin g De cembe r 31 1933 wa s 1*113,102,750.22 a s compare d wit h 1*120,111,614,7 2 fo r 1932 FOREIG N AN D DOMESTI C TRAD E Th e valu e o f ou r trad e fo r 193 3 reache d 1*360,903,62 8 compare d wit h 1*349,466,33 1 fo r th e previou s year Th e domesti c trad e o f th e Philippine s consist s o f th e distributio n o f importe d articles th e sellin g o f nativ e product s t o consumer s an d th e collectin g o f expor t product s fo r foreig n markets 193 1 193 2 193 3 TOTA L TRAD E P406,301,58 5 1*349,466,33 1 360,993,62 8 Principal Imports: Cotto n an d it s manufacture s 33,523,24 3 31,157,65 1 Iro n an d stee l manufactures....... 26,729,76 5 19,980,05 3 17,891,50 9 Oil s 19,895,32 3 14,574,50 6 10,777,70 3 Mea t an d Dair y Product s 12,150,88 5 8,128,25 4 7,622,46 7 Breadstuffs othe r tha n Ric e 8,082,74 4 6,014,41 9 6,103,50 0 Paper s an d manufacture s o f 6,516,22 4 5,529,33 3 4,860,53 7 Fish-an d fish product s 2,593,30 9 1,837,97 0 1,978,34 4 Ric e 1,194,85 8 998,69 0 1,458,12 0 Al l othe r article s 77,459,51 6 58,681,42 1 67,511,32 7 Tota l Import s 1*198,357,43 7 1*158,790,17 0 1*149,361,52 3 Principal Exports: Suga r 99,926,21 0 119,603,76 9 128,666,85 1 Coconu t Oi l 30,070,64 4 15,302,28 7 18,339,64 5 Tobacc o product s 14,841,67 5 12,800,11 8 10,355,78 7 Copr a 18,300,80 8 10,266,45 4 17,912,05 7 Manil a Hem p 17,885,81 3 10,031,20 4 13,747,71 9 Embroiderie s (Cotto n an d silk)..... 5,314,25 9 6,699,64 9 3,798,63 1 Copr a Mea l 3,041,60 5 2,107,33 3 2,115,10 7 Mague y 538,75 0 279,90 4 397,67 8 Al l othe r articles 18,024,38 4 22,585,44 3 16,208,63 0 Tota l Export s 1*207,944,14 8 R190,676.16 1 1*211,542,10 5

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PHILIPPINE CARNIVAL ASSOCIATION 1 5 BUSINES S AN D FINANCIA L REVIE W O F TH E PHIL IPPINE S DURIN G TH E FIRS T SI X MONTH S O F 193 4 B y JOS E PALARC A Assistant Statistician, Department of Agriculture and Commerce Event s whic h hav e transpire d durin g th e firs t si x month s o f th e curren t yea r hav e justifie d th e optimis m expresse d a t th e beginnin g o f th e yea r tha t th e cloud s o f depressio n ar e beginnin g t o dissipate Genera l improvemen t ha s bee n note d bot h i n ou r foreig n a s wel l a s i n ou r domesti c trade Improvemen t i n Foreig n Trad e Availabl e figure s sho w tha t durin g th e firs t si x month s o f 193 4 ther e ha s bee n note d a n increas e o f 2 2 pe r cen t i n ou r foreig n trad e a s agains t tha t o f th e sam e perio d o f las t yea r an d 2 4 pe r cen t ove r tha t o f 1932 Export s durin g th e perio d unde r revie w increase d 2 2 pe r cen t ove r thos e o f 193 3 an d 4 1 pe r cen t ove r thos e o f 1932 Principa l Export s O f th e fiftee n principa l export s o f th e Philippines suga r durin g th e firs t si x month s o f 193 4 showe d a n increas e o f 2 1 pe r cen t ove r tha t o f 193 3 an d 5 3 pe r cen t ove r tha t o f 1932 ; abac a showe d a gai n o f 6 1 pe r cen t ove r ou r export s i n 1933 ; copr a increase d b y 8 pe r cen t ove r tha t o f 193 3 an d 7 2 pe r cen t ove r tha t o f 1932 ; whil e ou r tobacc o an d it s manu facture s registere d a n increas e o f 2 1 pe r cen t ove r tha t o f 1933 ; desiccate d an d shredde d coconut s showe d a n increas e o f 5 9 pe r cen t ove r tha t o f 193 3 an d 4 5 pe r cen t ove r tha t o f 1932 ; lumbe r an d timbe r registere d a n increas e o f 12 6 pe r cen t ove r thos e o f 193 3 an d 8 8 pe r cen t ove r thos e o f 1932 ; cordag e showe d a gai n o f 11 9 pe r cen t ove r th e export s o f 193 3 an d 11 2 pe r cen t ove r thos e o f 1932 ; hat s increase d b y 7 8 pe r cen t ove r th e export s o f 193 3 an d 8 8 pe r cen t ove r thos e o f 1932 ; molasse s an d syru p showe d th e bigges t increas e b y show in g a tremendou s gai n o f 23 3 pe r cen t ove r th e correspondin g perio d o f 1933 O f th e fiftee n principa l export s durin g th e perio d unde r revie w twelv e registere d increase s an d onl y em broidery coconu t oi l an d copr a mea l showe d a declin e o f 3 pe r cent 7 pe r cent an d 3 pe r cent respectively belo w thos e o f 1933 Principa l Import s Th e sam e sign s o f increase d activit y ha s bee n reflecte d i n ou r imports O f th e thirtee n principa l imports cotto n good s durin g th e first si x month s o f th e presen t yea r increase d b y 6 pe r cen t ove r thos e o f th e sam e perio d o f las t year Iro n stee l showe d a gai n o f 5 2 pe r cen t ove r import s o f 193 3 an d 2 1 pe r cen t ove r thos e o f 1932 ; minera l oi l increase d b y 2 9 pe r cen t ove r thos e o f 1933 ; pape r an d its manufacture s hav e likewis e increase d b y 4 3 pe r cen t ove r 193 3 an d 2 2 pe r cen t o\e r thos e o f 1932 ; sil k an d it s manufacture s showe d a n increas e o f 1 6 pe r cen t ove r chos e o f 193 3 an d 2 pe r cen t ove r thos e o f 1932 ; automobile s an d truck s continue d th^i r upwar d movemen t b y registerin g a gai n o f 4 0 pe r cen t ove r 1933 ; dair y product s showe d a gai n o f 1 3 pe r cen t ove r thos e o f 193 3 an d 7 0 pe r cen t ove r thos e o f 1932 ; fiber vegetable s an d othe r manufacture s als o registere d a gai n o f 3 9 pe r cen t ove r thos e o f 1933 ; whea t flour ha s als o increase d b y 2 3 pe r cent ; electrica l machinerie s b y 3 2 pe r cen t ove r thos e o f 1933 ; fertilize r an d natura l chemical s hav e likewis e showe d a gai n o f 4 8 pe r cen t ove r thos e o f 193 3 an d 2 0 pe r cen t ove r thos e o f 1932 ; tobacc o an d it s manufacture s hav e als o show n a n increas e importatio n o f 6 8 pe r cen t ove r thos e o f 1933 ; indi a rubbe r an d it s manufacture s registere d a gai n o f 5 4 pe r cen t ove r thos e o f 193 3 an d 6 7 pe r cen t ove r thos e o f 1932 Financ e an d Domesti c Trad e Th e upwar d clim b o f busines s activit y a s note d i n ou r foreig n trad e ha s likewis e bee n reflecte d i n our domesti c trade I n th e field o f finance, whil e th e genera l inde x ha s no t appreciabl y increase d ove r th e figures o f 1932 ye t a n improvemen t ha s bee n note d durin g th e firs t hal f o f th e yea r b y a n increas e o f 5 point s ove r thos e o f 1933 ; ban k debit s t o in dividua l account s a s measure d b y commercia l chec k payments whil e stil l belo w normal however showe d a n increas e o f 1 1 point s compare d wit h tha t o f 193 3 an d 1 0 point s ove r tha t o f 1932 Th e upwar d movemen t o f thi s ite m i n ou r inde x indicate s tha t th e peopl e ar e beginnin g t o loose n thei r purse-string s an d point s t o a restoratio n o f tha t confidenc e whic h characterize d transaction s i n th e field befor e th e beginnin g o f th e depressio n i n latte r par t o f 1929 Th e inde x i n monetar y circulatio n showe d a n upwar d clim b o f 9 point s ove r th e firs t si x month s o f 193 3 an d 7 point s ove r th e inde x fo r 1932 Whil e monetar y circula tio n i s stil l 1 9 point s belo w normal ye t th e increas e whic h ha s bee n registere d durin g th e yea r ha s strengthene d th e belie f tha t botto m ha s bee n reache d i n 1932 Th e bigges t increas e i n th e field o f finance ha s bee n registere d i n ou r corporat e investment s wher e a n increas e o f 6 5 point s wa s note d ove r th e investment s o f 1933 Thi s increas e ha s speciall y bee n note d i n minin g du e t o th e boo m whic h ha s starte d i n th e earl y par t o f Augus t o f las t yea r

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1 6 COMMERCIAL HANDBOOK an d whic h continue d t o attrac t capita l u p t o th e present Whil e ban k loan s an d over draft s hav e decrease d b y 6 point s belo w tha t o f 193 3 an d 9 point s belo w tha t o f 1932 thi s circumstance however doe s no t sho w tha t ther e i s les s mone y fo r ban k loans A s a matte r o f fact bank s hav e s o muc h mone y i n thei r vault s tha t onl y a fe w month s ag o the y hav e reduce d thei r rates o f interes t o n fixed deposit s i n vie w o f th e fac t tha t ther e i s no t enoug h field t o whic h th e mone y i n thei r vault s ma y b e profitabl y invested Th e existenc e o f so / muc h idl e capita l i n th e possessio n o f th e bank s present s a ver y interestin g subjec t o f dis cussion A deepe r analysis however o f thi s situatio n present s a proble m whic h mus t b e me t b y th e Philippin e Legislature Th e cru x o f th e situatio n lie s i n th e attractio n o f thi s dorman t capita l int o th e channel s o f trad e an d industry Alread y ther e ar e sign s tha t th e Philippin e Legislatur e a s wel l a s th e administratio n ar e no t aslee p i n thi s regard Th e announcemen t o f th e Administratio n a s wel l a s th e indorsemen t o f ou r leader s i n th e govern men t t o maintai n a balance d budge t a t al l cos t ha s give n ou r busines s men capitalist s an d investor s a n increase d confidenc e i n th e month s ye t t o come Th e messag e o f Presiden t Quezo n whic h strike s a ne w keynot e i n ou r economi c developmen t ha s likewis e bolstere d suc h confidence Th e tren d o f th e bill s presente d i n th e Tent h Philippin e Legislatur e ha s likewis e len t confidenc e i n th e desir e o f ou r legislator s t o alleviat e no t onl y socia l bu t als o economi c ill s b y adoptin g suc h measure s a s woul d reliev e unemploymen t throug h publi c wor k measure s designe d t o alleviat e th e unemploymen t situatio n i n th e Islands I n agri cultura l production a n increas e o f 3 7 point s ha s bee n note d ove r tha t o f 193 3 an d 7 6 point s ove r tha t o f 1932 Thi s increas e i n ou r agricultura l productio n ha s bee n adversel y reflecte d i n ou r wholesal e price s wherei n a decreas e o f 2 poimt s wa s registere d belo w tha t o f 193 3 du e t o th e passag e o f advers e legislatio n i n th e America n Congress I n th e field o f manufactures a tremendou s increas e wa s registere d wher e th e inde x showe d a gai n o f on e poin t abov e norma l an d 4 0 point s ove r th e figures fo r 1933 Th e sam e improvemen t ha s bee n note d i n ou r freigh t wher e a n increas e o f 8 point s ove r thos e o f 193 3 ha s bee n registered Anothe r convincin g sig n o f increase d busines s activit y ha s bee n note d i n ou r gros s sales Thi s ite m showe d a n increas e o f 3 point s ove r th e inde x o f 1933 Th e genera l improvemen t whic h ha s bee n note d i n ou r busines s an d financial activit y durin g th e first si x month s o f 193 4 i s a comfortin g sig n o f th e comin g o f bette r times No t onl y ar e w e no w treadin g o n th e roa d o f economi c recover y but i f comin g event s cas t thei r shadow s befor e them i t i s no t far-fetche d t o suppos e an d t o expec t tha t i f busines s activit y wil l continu e o n it s upwar d tren d th e day s o f normalc y immediatel y precedin g th e yea r 192 9 see m t o b e no w i n th e offing I n answerin g advertisements pleas e mentio n thi s Carniva l Commercia l Handboo k

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B V COUnTftTfc (Value r i n millio n Pejo* ) B V APzT.*CL£ (Value r i n millionPe^o ^ EXPOBT O f TH E PHILIPPI C I*LA11D 1 9 5 3 Tota l Export*542,10 5 327

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1 8 COMMERCIAL IjANDBOO K EXPORT S ABAC A (MANIL A HEMP ) Th e Philippine s ha s a natura l monopol y o f abaca Th e plan t i s a nativ e o f th e Islands an d i s a produc t o f a peculia r combinatio n o f climati c an d soi l conditions Attempt s t o transplan t i t elsewher e i n th e tropics—i n th e Eas t Indies India Formosa Wes t Indies Guatemala an d Florida—hav e no t s o fa r produce d a fibe r whic h measure s u p t o th e Phil ippin e product Th e mos t valuabl e o f al l fiber s fo r cordag e i s produce d fro m th e lea f stalk s o f thi s Philippin e plant Th e plan t throw s fro m twelv e t o thirt y sucker s fro m its undergroun d roo t stock an d reache s a n averag e heigh t o f fro m fiv e t o eigh t meters "Ma nil a hemp i s th e nam e use d i n th e commercia l worl d fo r th e fiber exporte d fro m th e Phil ippines althoug h th e nam e "Abaca i s als o gainin g i n use Abac a i s grow n i n thos e section s o f th e Archipelag o wher e ther e i s plent y o f rainfall evenl y distribute d throughou t th e year Th e place s wher e th e climati c an d soi l condition s ar e mos t favorable fo r it s productio n ar e alon g th e easter n an d souther n coasts Th e mos t importan t abaca-producin g province s ar e Leyte Albay Sorsogon Samar Davao Camarine s Sur Misamis Bukidnon Gamarine s Norte Agusan Cavit e an d Surigao Th e abac a plantation s i n th e Philippine s ar e usuall y i n smal l patche s o f lan d owne d b y individua l farmer s wh o d o th e plantin g an d th e strippin g o f th e fiber, althoug h the y usuall y requir e extr a hel p i n striping Extensiv e plantation s o f hemp however ar e foun d i n man y places Th e followin g tabl e wil l sho w th e area s plante d t o abac a an d th e volum e an d valu e o f th e outpu t durin g th e las t te n years : ARE A Cultivate d Productio n Yea r Hectare s Kilo s Valu e 19 2 4 485,34 0 197,685,00 0 P43,186,00 0 19 2 5 477,11 0 180,488,00 0 64,296,00 0 19 2 6 492,05 0 182,037,00 0 65,725,00 0 19 2 7 480,15 0 172,776,00 0 59,241,00 0 19 2 8 : 480,73 0 178,766,00 0 54,362,00 0 19 2 9 484,85 0 213,393,00 0 54,814,00 0 19 3 0 496,08 0 195,489,00 0 37,737,00 0 19 3 1 484,88 0 162,195,00 0 16,956,00 0 19 3 2 467,04 0 130,394,00 0 8,205,00 0 19 3 3 447,17 0 134,456,00 0 7,846,00 0 Abac a i s primaril y a cordag e fiber, an d a s a cordag e materia l i t ha s n o equal Fo r ships rope it s relativ e tensil e strengt h i s abov e tha t o f th e Englis h rop e a s wa s clearl y demonstrate d b y th e followin g tests : A Manil a rop e 7. 5 centimeter s i n circumferenc e an d 3.3 5 meter s i n lengt h stoo d strai n o f 2,122.2 7 kilo s befor e breaking Th e Englis h rop e o f th e sam e siz e brok e wit h 1,76 5 kilos I n a secon d tes t th e Manil a rope 3.5 6 centimeter s i n circumference brok e wit h 677.2 7 kilo s whil e th e Englis h rop e o f th e sam e siz e brok e wit h onl y 538.1 8 kilos. It s onl y competito r no w i s sisal whic h i s a t presen t use d ex tensivel y i n th e manufactur e o f binde r twine Eve n fo r thi s purpose however sisa l i s inferio r t o Manil a hemp Ther e ar e stil l opportunitie s fo r th e extensio n o f th e abac a industr y i n th e Philippines Improve d method s o f cultivatio n woul d greatl y increas e th e production whil e enormou s area s no w covere d wit h forest s coul d b e converte d int o productiv e abac a plantations Durin g th e pas t te n year s th e subjec t o f moder n fiber strippin g machiner y t o replac e th e presen t commo n methods ha s receive d a grea t dea l o f attention an d a s a resul t severa l strippin g device s ar e no w actuall y i n operatio n o r unde r tria l o n th e PRODUCTIO N Kilo s Valu e EXPORTATIO N Kilo s Valu e plantations 193 2 193 3 130,394,00 0 134,456,00 0 T 8,205,00 0 T 7,846,00 0 105,785,07 2 152,066,05 3 P10,031,20 4 F 4 3,747,71 9

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PHILIPPINE CARNIVAL ASSOCIATION 1 9 ABAC A EXPORTER S Aguad o Hermanos 10 3 Balme s Babcoc k & Co. Inc. W R. 1 4 E l Hoga r Bldg Bunnin g & Co. 13 5 Felip e I I Daid o Boeki Kaisha Ltd. Insula r LifeBldg Furukaw a Plantatio n Co. Insula r Lif e Bldg Fukuyam a & Co. Inc. 12 9 Jua n Lun a Hanson Ort h & Stevenson Inc. U y Chac o Bldg Internationa l Harveste r Co o f Phil. 15 4 M d e Comilla s Ke r & Company 1 0 Sa n Gabrie l L i Sen g Gia p & Co. 12 9 M d e Binond o Maner u & Co. Gregorio 9 Plaz a Morag a Mitsu i Bussa n Kaisha Ltd. Nationa l Cit y Ban k Bldg Nationa l Products Merchant s Corporation Palanc a Bldg Oht a Developmen t Co. Insula r Lif e Bldg Philippin e Foreig n Tradin g Co. Ltd. 24 7 Espelet a Qu a Che e Gan 34 5 Elcan o Saleeb y Fibe r Co. Inc. 32 5 Nationa l Cit y Ban k Bldg Shioj i & Asano 52 9 Legarda Si y Con g Bien g & Co. Inc. 12 3 Jua n Lun a Souther n Cros s Plantatio n Co. Davao Dava o S y Yoc o & Sons Inc. 6 Ingres o Smith Bel l & Co. Ltd. Hongkon g Ban k Bldg Vel a Hermanos 43 5 Ronquill o Wilbu r & Eli s Co. Insula r Lif e Bldg Wood O V. Davao Dava o Zuellig F E. ? Co. Inc. 5 5 Rosari o Zuluag a y Eriquiaga 50 2 Filipina s Bldg KNOTTE D ABAC A EXPORTER S Aguad o Hermanos 10 3 Balme s Behn Meye r & Co. H Mij. 22 7 Davi d Bunnin g & Co. Inc. 13 5 Felip e I I Christer n Huenefel d & Co. Inc. 71 1 Roma n Cosmo s Tradin g Company 82 3 Urbiz tond o Fernande z d e Celis A. 11 6 Beateri o German n & Company 15 6 Jua n Lun a Gonzalez J. 32 2 Misericordi a Kuenzl e & Streiff Inc. 34 3 T Pinpi n S y Yoc o & Sons Inc. 6 Ingres o Ye k Hu a Tradin g Corporation 12 9 Jua n Uun a Zuellig F E Co. Inc. 5 5 Rosari o ABAC A PRODUCT S Arevalo Vicente Catbalogan Samar c/ o Manil a Tradin g Cente r an d Exchang e Azcarraga Sever a C. Buhi Camarine s Sur c/ o Manil a Tradin g Cente r an d Exchang e Burea u o f Plan t Industry Call e Sa n Andres Manil a Centenera Virgilio Coa Camarine s Sur c/ o Manil a Tradin g Cente r an d Exchang e Nicolas Francisco 14 9 Victoria Manil a Rios Lazara Malilipot Albay c/ o Manil a Tradin g Cente r an d Exchang e Resito Julian Naga Camarine s Sur c/ o Manil a Tradin g Cente r an d Exchang e Sanchez Pedro 154 1 Arellan o Ave Vallejo, Antonio Legaspi Albay c/ o Manil a Tradin g Cente r an d Exchang e ABAC A TWIN E MANUFACTURER S Almena Isidra Malilipot Albay c/ o Ma nil a Tradin g Cente r an d Exchang e Belmonte Modesto Malilipot Albay c/ o Manil a Tradin g Cente r an d Exchang e Belmont e Bros. Malilipot Albay c/ o Manil a Tradin g Cente r an d Exchang e Biso Jose Malilipot Albay c/ o Manil a Tradin g Cente r an d Exchang e Martinez-Jimeno Pedro 163 8 M Nativi da d Philippin e Ne t an d Brai d Mfg Co. 36 7 Jua n Lun a Resito Julian Naga Camarine s Sur c/ o Manil a Tradin g Cente r an d Exchang e MANIL A HEM P CORDAG E EXPORTER S Aguad o Hermanos 10 3 Balme s Babcoc k & Co. Inc. W R. 1 4 E l Hoga r Bldg Elizald e & Co (Ynchaust i & Co.) 80 1 M d e l a Industri a Felician o & Sisters Juan 11 5 Dasmarina s Genera l Manufacturin g Co. 90 0 Invernes s Johnson-Picket t Rop e Co. 2 Cristobal Pac o Manil a Cordag e Factory Cristoba l an d Oti s CORDAG E FACTORIE S Elizald e & Co (Ynchaust i & Co.) 80 1 M Lagun a d e l a Industri a Genera l Manufacturin g Co. 90 0 Inverness Felician o & Sisters Juan 11 5 Dasmariha s Sta An a (a ) Paten t Manil a Rop e Works Palo Johnson-Picket t Rop e Co. 2 Cristobal Pac o ma r Ext. Manil a Manil a Cordag e Factory Cristoba l an d (b ) Lagun a Rop e Factory Sta Cruz Oti s

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2 0 COMMERCIAL IjANDBOO K PHILIPPIN E SUGA R INDUSTR Y Histor y Suga r productio n i s on e o f th e leadin g an d mos t promisin g industrie s i n th e Philippine s today Suga r can e wa s cultivate d i n th e Island s lon g befor e Magella n discovere d th e Philippine s i n 1521 Histor y record s it s introductio n fro m Indi a an d Java wher e suga r can e i s believe d t o hav e bee n firs t cultivated althoug h som e Filipino s believ e i t t o b e indigenou s t o thes e islands Developmen t Despit e th e grea t ag e o f th e suga r industr y i n th e Philippines it s developmen t ha s no t bee n a s rapi d a s tha t o f othe r suga r producin g countrie s suc h a s Cuba Hawaii Port o Ric o an d Formosa Thi s i s clearl y demonstrate d b y th e followin g statistic s showin g th e ex portatio n o f suga r fro m th e Philippin e Island s durin g America n occupatio n an d th e latte r 2 7 year s o f th e Spanis h regime : Befor e U S Occupatio n (1873-1899 ) (Metri c Ton s o f 220 4 lbs. ) 1873. 1874. 1875. 1876. 1877.. 1878. 1879. 1880.. 1881.. 1882.. 1883.. 1884.. 1885.. 1886.. 1887.. 1888.. 1889 1890.. 1891.. 1892.. 1893.. 1894.. 1895.. 1896.. 1897.. 1898.. 1899.. 85,21 0 101,37 1 128,11 2 130,54 7 122,99 4 122,02 3 131,85 9 181,19 0 208,80 6 150,42 3 196,83 5 122,12 8 204,22 2 184,94 0 170.75 4 160,98 8 228.46 9 144,84 1 138,21 8 252,79 8 261,52 2 210,64 6 341.47 0 229,91 1 202,09 1 180,81 8 • 85,82 8 Tota l exportatio n 4,680,01 4 1900 1901 1902 1903 1904 1905 1906 1907 1908 1909 1910 1911 1912 1913 1914 1915 1916 1917 1918 1919 1920 1921 1922 1923 1924 1925 1926 1927 1928 1929 1930 1931 1932 1933 U S Occupatio n < (1900-1931 ) (Metri c Ton s o f 220 4 lbs. ) 65,19 1 56,87 3 98,59 6 85,30 8 87,05 3 108,49 9 129,45 4 127,91 7 144,73 5 129,32 8 121,47 2 209,04 4 197,07 6 157,33 4 236,49 8 211,01 3 337,49 0 205,90 8 273,25 8 136,06 0 180,34 1 289,87 6 362,07 2 271,98 3 357,83 0 546,83 2 411,23 2 553,32 4 569,93 8 695,86 8 743,98 0 752,93 2 1,016,56 8 1,078,65 3 Tota l exportatio n 9,928,01 1 Th e increas e i n yield s o f recen t year s ha s bee n largel y du e t o th e adoptio n o f high yieldin g variet y o f sugar-can e an d t o th e replacin g o f antiquate d wit h moder n method s o f suga r productio n an d manufacture i n whic h low-grad e sugar s know n a s "muscovado wer e replace d wit h centrifuga l sugars Thi s chang e whic h wa s inaugurate d i n 191 0 throug h th e erectio n o f th e first suga r centra l i n Sa n Jose Mindoro followe d th e grantin g o f th e fre e entr y no w bein g enjoye d b y Philippin e suga r i n th e Unite d State s markets an d re sulte d i n th e substitutio n o f fro m 1,50 0 t o 2,00 0 muscovad o mill s producin g 250,00 0 ton s b y 4 5 moder n central s wit h a combine d capacit y o f 67,79 1 ton s i n 1933 A s a resul t o f thi s chang e whic h ha s bee n mad e durin g th e las t decade abou t 9 0 pe r cen t o f th e suga r no w produce d i n th e island s i s i n th e for m o f centrifugals polarizin g fro m 96 t o 97 Thi s developmen t i s clearl y show n i n th e followin g tabl e compile d fro m th e report s o f th e Burea u o f Custom s fo r th e las t 1 5 years classifie d a s centrifugal muscovad o an d refined ;

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PHILIPPINE CARNIVAL ASSOCIATION 2 1 TH E SUGA R EXPORT S O F TH E PHILIPPINE S FO R TH E LAS T FIFTEE N YEAR S (Metri c Ton s o f 220 4 lbs. ) Yea r Centrifuga l Muscovad o Refine d Total s 19 1 9 29,86 0 106,17 3 2 7 136,06 0 19 2 0 53,19 6 127,14 1 3 180,34 0 19 2 1 162,42 7 127,43 3 1 7 289,87 7 19 2 2 237,82 9 119,36 8 4,87 5 362,07 2 19 2 3 226,17 0 44,96 2 85 1 271,98 3 19 2 4 296,24 2 57,05 7 4,53 1 357,83 0 19 2 5 459,27 3 83,33 4 4,22 5 546,83 2 19 2 6 339,50 1 69,92 3 1,80 8 411,23 2 1927 506,48 3 45,00 3 1,83 8 553,32 4 19 2 8 526,23 6 35,65 8 8,04 4 569,93 8 19 2 9 664,01 0 24,84 8 7,01 0 695,86 8 19 3 0 709,70 7 6,90 1 27,37 2 743,98 0 19 3 1 711,84 4 61 3 40,47 5 752,93 2 19 3 2 959,18 1 26 1 57,12 6 1,016,56 8 19 3 3 1,023,40 8 1 8 25,22 7 1,078,65 3 Total s 6,875,50 7 742,52 0 213,40 2 7,831,42 9 Presen t Statu s Actuall y occupyin g th e fifth plac e amon g suga r can e producin g countrie s th e Philip pine s i s destine d t o b e on e o f th e greates t suga r producer s o f th e world A s a sourc e o f th e country' s wealth suga r no w rank s first an d foremos t amon g th e expor t product s o f th e Islands Th e valu e o f suga r exporte d i n 193 3 wa s P128,666,85 1 a s agains t P119,603,76 9 i n 1932 I t i s th e larges t ite m o f ou r exportations constitutin g 6 1 pe r cen t thereof I t i s estimate d tha t th e are a devote d t o suga r can e cultivatio n i n 193 2 wa s 253,11 0 hectares Amon g th e province s i n th e islands Occidenta l Negro s rank s firs t an d foremos t a s a suga r producer The n com e i n th e orde r o f thei r ranks Pampanga Tarlac Orienta l Negros Laguna Batangas Iloilo Capiz Bataan Cebu Mindoro Pangasinan Cavite Iloco s Sur L a Union Leyte Nuev a Ecija Bulacan Antiqu e an d Sorsogon Outloo k fo r th e Industr y Locate d withi n th e sam e latitudes th e Philippine s possesse s climati c condition s highl y favorable t o can e cultivatio n simila r t o thos e foun d i n Cuba Java Hawaii an d Port o Rico th e fou r greates t can e suga r producer s o f th e worl d today I n lan d surface th e Philippine s i s almos t thre e time s Java' s o r Cuba' s whil e Hawai i i s onl y a s larg e a s ou r Mountai n Province an d Port o Rico ou r Nuev a Vizcaya Ye t Cub a i n th e 1930-193 1 season produce d 3,122,18 6 tons ; Jav a 2,798,87 0 tons ; Hawai i 889,54 4 tons ; an d Port o Ric o 703,38 8 ton s whil e th e Philippine s onl y 998,10 8 ton s o f centrifuga l les s tha n th e smal l territor y o f Hawaii Th e bigges t proble m o f th e Philippin e suga r industr y i s ho w t o lowe r th e ver y hig h cos t o f production whic h make s th e industr y depen d entirel y o n th e fre e entr y accorde d u s i n th e Unite d State s market I n othe r words i f Philippin e suga r ha d t o pa y th e dut y bein g pai d b y Cuba n o r Java n sugar s i n th e Unite d States ou r suga r industr y woul d find i t hard i f no t impossible t o survive A bi g facto r i n lowerin g th e cos t o f productio n i s t o increas e th e yiel d pe r hectare Thi s i s bein g achieve d b y mor e scientifi c cultivation fertiliz ing see d selection an d pes t control PRODUCTIO N 193 0 193 1 193 2 193 3 Kilo s 892,468,00 0 869,121,00 0 1,065,328,00 0 1,218,176,00 0 Valu e P I 14,664,00 0 P106,611,00 0 P118,495,00 0 P113,766,00 0 EXPORTATIO N Kilo s 743,979,73 0 752,932,23 2 1,016,568,15 0 1,078,652,57 1 Valu e P104,480,45 1 T 99,926,21 0 P119,603,76 9 P128,666,85 1 PRINCIPA L EXPORTER S I N MANIL A Centrifuga l Babcoc k & Co. W R. 1 4 E l Hoga r Bldg Ke r & Co. 1 0 Sa n Gabrie l Companl a Genera l d e Tabaco s d e Filipinas Pacifi c Commercia l Co. Nationa l Cit y 21 2 M d e Comilla s Ban k Bldg Insula r Suga r Refinin g Corporation 22 8 Spreckle s Philippin e Co. Heacoc k Bldg Nationa l Cit y Ban k Bldg Warner Barne s & Co. Ltd. Samanill o Bldg REFINE D SUGA R EXPORTER S Insula r Suga r Refinin g Corporation 22 8 Co. Ltd. Hongkon g Shangha i Ban k Nationa l Cit y Ban k Bldg Bldg Malabo n Suga r Co. c/ o Smith Bel l & Victoria' s Millin g Co. Inc. Chac o Bldg

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SUGA R CENTRAL S AN D CENTRAL S O N NEGRO S 1 Bacolod-Murci a Millin g Co.. 2 Binalbaga n Estate Inc. .... 3 Centra l Azucarer a d e Bais 4 Centra l Azucarer a de l Dana o 5 Centra l Leono r 6 Centra l Palm a 7 Centra l Sa n Isidr o 8 Hawaiian-Philippin e C o 9 Isabel a Suga r Co. In c 10 Kabankala n Suga r C o 11 L a Carlot a Suga r Central.. 12 Lope z Suga r Centra l C o 13 Ma-a o Suga r Centra l Co 14 Nort h Negro s Suga r C o 15 Sa n Carlo s Millin g C o 16 Sa n Isidr o (D e l a Rama)..... 17 Sa n Anicet a (D e l a Rama ) 18 Talisay-Sila y Millin g C o 19 Victoria s Miltin g C o CENT R AL S O N LUZO N 20 Bataa n Suga r C o 21 Calamb a Suga r Estat e 22 Centra l Azuc d e Calataga n 23 Centra l Azuc d e Tarlac LOCATIO N Bacolod Negro s Oo c Binalbagan Negro s Occ.. Bais Negro s Orienta l Escalante Negro s Occ.. Escalante Negro s Occ.. Kabankalan Negro s Occ. Kabankalan Negro s Occ. Silay Negro s Oc c Isabela Negro s Oc c Kabankalan Negro s Occ. L a Carlota Negro s Occ.. Filbrica Negro s Oc c Bago Negro s Oc c Manapla Negro s Oc c Sa n Carlos Negro s Occ.. Talisay Negro s Oc c Bago Negro s Oc c Talisay Negro s Oc c Victorias Negro s Oc c Balanga Bataa n Canlubang Lagun a Calatagan Batanga s Sa n Miguel Tarla c CIT Y AGENCIE S O R OFFICE S t o t o CIT Y AGENC Y Suga r Central s Agency P.N.B. Manila . Suga r Central s Agency P.N.B. Manil a Tabacalera Manil a Talisay Negro s Occidenta l Mr Esteba n d e l a Rama Iloil o Tabacalera Manil a Vidaurrazag a y Mota Iloil o Welch-Fairchild Ltd. Manil a Suga r Central s Agency P.N.B. Manil a Lizarrag a Hermanos Manil a Elizald e & Co (Ynchaust i & Co.) Manila. Mr Salvado r Araneta Manil a Suga r Central s Agency P.N.B. Manil a Mr M J Ossorio Manil a Mr Alfred o D Cooper Manil a Mr Esteba n d e l a Rama Iloil o Mr Esteba n d e l a Rama Iloil o Suga r Central s Agency P.N.B. Manil a Mr M J Ossorio Manil a Mr M Cuaderno Masoni c Temple Manila c/ o D e lo s Reye s Bldg. Manil a Aval a v Cia. Manil a Tabacalera Manil a MANAGE R Olimpi o d e l a Ram a Joh n Duma s Fermi n d e Urmenet a Simplici o Lizare s Esteba n d e l a Ram a Pabl o Gurruchar i Jesu s Bilba o R C Pitcair n Cdndid o Montill a Guillerm o Lizarrag a Prospe r Verstock t Carlo s S Lope z Jorg e L Aranet a F E Greenfiel d C L Hoga n Esteba n d e l a Ram a Esteba n d e l a Ram a Cesa r Ledesm a J J Ossori o J R Carmichael Pres L Weinzheime r Ramo n Pertierr a E C Zitkowski Supt O O ^ to & Q •s to to to o o to

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CENTRAL S O N LUZO N 24 Centra l Azuc de l Nort e 25 Centra l Azuc Do n Pedr o 26 Centra l Luzo n Millin g Co. 27 Hin d Suga r C o 28 Luzo n Suga r C o 29 Mabalaca t Suga r C o 30 Moun t Araya t Suga r C o 31 Nuev a Ecij a Suga r Mill s 32 Pampang a Suga r Dev Co.. 33 Pampang a Suga r Mill s 34 Paniqu i Suga r Mill s 35 Phil Suga r Estate s Dev Co CENTRAL S O N PANA Y 36 Asturia s Suga r Centra l 37 Centra l Lourde s 38 Centra l Santos-Lope z 39 Centra l Sara-Aju y 40 Phil Starc h an d Sugg r Co... 41 Pila r Suga r Centra l CENTRA L O N MINDOR O 42 Philippin e Millin g C o CENTRAL S O N CEB U 43 Bogo-Medelli n Millin g Co.. 44 Ceb u Suga r C o CENTRAL S O N LEYT E 45 Ormo c Suga r C o 46 Rosari o Suga r Mill s LOCATIO N Candon Iloeo s Su r Nasugbu Batanga s Bamban Tarla c Manaoag Pangasina n Calumpit Bulaca n Mabalacat Pampang a Arayat Pampang a Cabiao Nuev a Ecij a Sa n Fernando Pampanga De l Carmen Pampanga Paniqui Tarla c Calamba Lagun a Sa n Juan Dumalag Capiz Dingle Uoil o Barotac-Nuevo Iloil o Sara Iloil o Janiwav Iloil o Pilar Capi z Sa n Jose Mindoro Bogo Ceb u Talisay Ceb u Ormoc Leyte Ormoc Leyte CIT Y AGENC Y MANAGE R Mr Valenti n Teus Manil a Roxa s y Cla. Manil a c/ o Crysta l Arcade Manil a Mr R Rento n Hind Manil a Wm H Anderso n & Co. Manil a C u Unjien g e Hijos Manil a Lizarrag a Hermanos Manil a c/ o Pere z Samanill o Building Manil a Suga r Central s Agency P.N.B. Manila c/ o D e lo s Reye s Building Manil a Paniqui Tarlac And a Street Walle d City Manil a Ban k o f P I. Manil a Mr Esteba n d e l a Rama Iloil o Mr Francisc o R Santos Iloil o Elizald e & Co (Ynchaust i & Co.) Manila Warner Barne s & Co. Manil a Elizald e & Co (Ynchaust i & Co., ) Manila c/ o Pere z Samanill o Building Manil a Theo H Davie s & Co. Manil a Theo H Davie s & Co. Manil a Mr Paulin o Aboitiz Ceb u Dr Virgili o Gonzales Ceb u Marti n d e Eigure n Jos e Yrezaba l Modest o Cortabitart e R Rento n Hin d Josep h Wyli e Joaqui n Dayri t Danie l Agua s Felip e Buencamino Jr W Trinida d L Weinzheime r Jos e Cojuangc o Gabrie l Viva r Manue l Garci a M S Long a Francisc o R anto s F V Kauffman Jr Dr N B Bac h Ysaa c d e Aran a Lui s R Yangc o Alliste r Forbe s Georg e Ewart Jr Ramo n Aboiti z Dr Virgili o Gonzale s

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PHILIPPIN E CENTRIFUGA L SUGA R MILLS 1 1933-193 4 CRO P NAM E O F CORPORATIO N Asturia s Suga r Central Inc Bacolod-Murci a Millin g Co. In e Bataa n Suga r Co. In c Binalbaga n Estate Inc ....... Bogo-Medelli n Millin g Co. Inc Calamb a Suga r Estate In e Ceb u Suga r C o Centra l Azucarer a d e Bai s Centra l Azucarer a d e Calatagan Centra l Azucarer a de l Dana o Centra l Azucarer a Do n Pedro.. Centra l Azucarer a d e l a Carlota Centra l Azucarer a de l Nort e Centra l Azucarer a d e Tarla c Centra l d e l a Ram a Centra l d e l a Ram a Centra l d e l a Rama Centra l Luzo n Millin g Co. Inc Centra l Santos-Lope z Centra l Sara-Aju y Hawaiian-Philippin e C o Iiijo s d e F d e l a Ram a & Co Hin d Suga r C o Isabel a Suga r Co. In c CENTRA L Asturia s Eaoolo d Baiang a Binalbagan Bogo....... Calamb a Cebu....... Bai s Calatagan Dana o Do n Pedro L a Carlota Cando n Tarla c Leono r Lumangub. Talisa y Bamba n Santos-Lopez Sara-Ajuy Sila y Lourde s Manaoag... Isabel a LOCATIO N Sa n Juan Dumalag Capi z Bacolod Occidenta l Negro s Baianga Bataa n Binalbagan Occidenta l Negros... Bogo Cebu.,... Canlubang Lagun a Talisay Ceb u Bais Orienta l Negro s Calatagan Batanga s Escalante Occidenta l Negro s Nasugbu Batanga s L a Carlota Occidenta l Negro s Candon Iloco s Su r Sa n Miguel Tarla c Escalante Occidenta l Negro s Bago Occidenta l Negro s Talisay Occidenta l Negro s Bamban Tarla c Barota c Nuevo Iloil o Ajuy Iloil o Silay Occidenta l Negro s Dingle Iloilo Pana y Manaoag Pangasina n Isabela Occidenta l Negro s Capacit y Ton Pe r 2 4 Hrs 1,35 0 Mr 3,50 0 Mr 30 0 Mr 3,02 2 Mr 1,00 0 Mr 5,00 0 Mr 1,00 0 Mr 3,50 0 Mr 70 0 Mr 70 0 Mr 2,60 0 Mr 4,30 6 Mr 35 0 Mr 6,00 0 Mr 36 0 Mr 36 0 Mr 10 0 Mr 2,20 0 Mr 69 4 Mr 75 0 Mr 3,30 0 Mr 15 0 Mr 40 0 Mr 2,48 0 Mr MANAGE R Manue l Garci a Olimpi o d e l a Ram a J R Carmichael Pres Joh n Duma s Allister Forbe s L Weinzheime r Georg e R Ewar t Fermi n d e Urmenet a Ramo n Pertier a Simplici o Lizare s Jos e Yrezaba l Prospe r Verstock t Marti n d e Eigure n E C Zitkowski Supt Esteba n d e l a Ram a Esteba n d e l a Ram a Esteba n d e l a Ram a Modest o d e Cortabitart e Francisc o R Santo s F V Kauffman Jr R C Pitcair n M S Long a R Rento n Hind Vice-Pres C&ndid o Montill a

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NAM E O F CORPORATIO N CENTRA L LOCATIO N Capacit y Ton Pe r 2 4 Hrs MANAGE R Kabankala n Suga r Co. Inc Lopez Suga r Centra l Mil l Co. Inc Luzon Suga r Co. In c Ma-a o Suga r Centra l Co. Inc .. Mabalaca t Suga r Compan y Moun t Araya t Suga r C o Nort h Negro s Suga r Co. In c Nuev a Ecij a Suga r Mills Inc . Ormo c Suga r C o Pampang a Suga r Developmen t Co Pampang a Suga r Mill s Paniqu i Suga r Mill s Philippin e Millin g C o Philippin e Starc h an d Suga r Co Philippin e Suga r Estate s Dev Co Pila r Suga r Centra l Salvado r Serra Proprieto r Sa n Carlo s Millin g Co. Lt d Talisav-Sila y Millin g C o Victoria s Millin g C o Vidaurrazag a y Mot a Beari n Lope z Calumpi t Ma-a o Mabalacat. Araya t Manapla . Cabia o Ormo c Pasudec o De l Carmen Paniqu i Sa n Jos e Janiua y E l Rea l Pila r Palma Sa n Carlos Talisay-Silay Victori a Sa n Isidro. Kabankalan Occ Negro s Fabrica Occidenta l Negros.. Calumpit Bulaca n Bago Occidenta l Negro s Mabalacat Pampang a Arayat Pampang a Manapla Occidenta l Negros Cabiao Nuev a Ecij a Ormoc Leyt e Sa n Fernando Pampang a De l Carmen Pampang a Paniqui Tarla c Sa n Jose Mindoro Janiuay Iloil o Calamba Lagun a Pilar Capiz Pana y Kabankalan Occidenta l Negro s Sa n Carlos Occidenta l Negros Talisav Occidenta l Negro s Victorias Occidenta l Negros Kabankalan Occidenta l Negros 85 0 1,00 0 50 0 3,00 0 25 6 1,25 0 3,60 0 30 0 69 6 3,80 0 4,20 0 75 8 1,55 0 80 0 67 2 75 0 60 0 3,00 0 4,50 0 2,27 2 68 0 Mr Guillerm o Lizarrag a Mr Carlo s S Lopez Mr Josep h Wvlli e Mr Jorg e L Aranet a Mr Joaqui n Dayri t Mr Danie l Agua s Folc h Mr F E Greenfiel d Hon F Buencamino Jr Mr Ramo n Aboitiz Pres Mr Wencesla o Trinida d Mr L Weinzheime r Mr Jos e Cojuangc o Mr Lui s R Yangc o Dr. N B Bac h Mr Gabrie l Viva r Mr Ysaa c d e Aran a Mr Pabl o Gurruchar i Mr C L Hoga n Mr Cesa r Ledesm a Mr J J Ossori o Mr Jesu s Bilba o 1 Preliminar y statemen t compile d b y th e Philippin e Suga r Association Summary : 4 5 Factories Dail y can e capacity 79,15 6 metri c ton s can e pe r 2 4 hours

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2 6 COMMERCIAL HANDBOOK COMPARATIV E CENTRIFUGA L SUGA R PRODUCTIO N O F TH E PHILIPPINE S FO R 1932-193 3 AN D 1931-193 2 CROP S (Compile d b y th e Philippin e Suga r Association Augus t 9 1933 ) CENTRAL S 1932-193 3 Cro p Picul s Met Ton s 1931-193 2 Cro p Picul s Met Ton s NEGRO S 1 Bacolod-Murci a Millin g C o 722,34 3 2 Binalbaga n Estate Inc 664,71 9 3 Centra l Azucarer a d e Bai s 769,97 1 4 Centra l Azucarer a de l Dana o 2 220,00 0 5 Centra l Leono r 60,00 0 6 Centra l Palm a 141,09 6 7 Centra l Sa n Isidr o 166,50 0 8 Hawaiian-Philippin e C o 1,060,22 1 9 Isabel a Suga r Co. In c 449,68 0 10 Kabankala n Suga r C o 167,28 0 11 L a Carlot a Suga r Centra l 1,209,29 6 12 Lope z Suga r Centra l Mil l Co. 2 500,00 0 13 Ma-a o Suga r Centra l C o 700,52 2 14 Nort h NegTo s Suga r Go 2 1,279,00 0 15 Sa n Carlo s Millin g C o 696,86 7 16 Sa n Isidr o (D e l a Rama ) l 17 Sta Anicet a (D e l a Rama ) 85,00 0 18 Talisay-Sila y Millin g Co 823,91 0 19 Victoria s Millin g C o 936,06 5 45,68 8 42,04 3 48,70 1 13,91 5 3,79 5 8,92 4 10,53 1 67,05 9 28,44 2 10,58 0 76,48 S 31,62 5 44,30 8 80,89 7 44,07 7 5,37 6 52,11 2 59,20 6 669,69 0 833,68 7 686,31 1 162,14 0 55,36 3 153,14 4 174,25 0 871,53 4 514,53 0 203,75 6 1,199,85 8 331,78 5 685,76 6 928,49 9 623,04 5 13,92 5 65,14 0 674,48 7 634,07 3 42,35 8 52,73 0 43,40 9 10,25 5 3,50 1 9,68 6 11,02 1 55,12 4 32,54 4 12,88 7 75,89 1 20,98 5 43,37 4 58,72 7 39,40 7 88 1 4,12 0 42,66 1 40,10 5 10,652,47 0 673,76 7 9,480,98 3 559,67 2 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 LUZO N Bataa n Suga r Co 73,00 0 Calamb a Suga r Estat e 748,22 2 Centra l Azucarer a d e Oalataga n 75,74 3 Centra l Azucarer a d e Tarla c 1,193,57 1 Centra l Azucarer a de l Nort e 45,00 0 Centra l Azucarer a Do n Pedr o 463,80 2 Centra l Luzo n Millin g C o 464,38 3 Hin d Suga r C o 50,32 0 Luzo n Suga r C o 87,87 2 Mabalaca t Suga r Co 38,57 7 Mt Araya t Suga r C o 176,54 3 Nuev a Ecij a Suga r Mills In c 50,99 1 Pampang a Suga r Developmen t C o 1,130,43 3 Pampang a Suga r Mill s 1,172,40 5 Paniqu i Suga r Mill s 167,64 8 Philippin e Suga r Estate s Dev C o 80,30 3 4,61 7 47,32 5 4,79 1 75,49 3 2,84 6 29,33 5 29,37 2 3,18 3 5,55 8 2,44 0 11,16 6 3,22 5 71,50 0 74,15 4 10,60 3 5,07 9 48,60 3 770,48 0 94,86 3 7S4,41 3 22,53 7 467,40 3 380,48 7 20,48 4 75,46 4 46,88 5 147,99 0 48,63 5 984,67 1 946,13 8 125,00 0 75,00 0 3,07 4 48,73 3 6,00 0 49,61 4 1,42 5 29,56 3 24,06 6 1,29 5 4,77 3 2,96 5 9,36 0 3,07 6 62,28 0 59,84 3 7,90 6 4,74 4 6,018,81 3 380,68 7 5,039,05 3 318,72 0 PANA Y 36 Asturia s Suga r Centra l 293,39 1 18,55 7 257,15 5 16,26 5 37 Centra l Lourde s 15,00 0 94 9 7,50 5 47 4 38 Centra l Santos-Lopez 246,84 6 15,61 3 184,11 2 11,64 5 39 Centra l Saxa-Ajuy 109,02 7 6,89 6 87,04 3 5,50 5 40 Philippin e Starc h an d Suga r Co 141,91 0 8,97 6 63,51 6 4,01 7 41 Pila r Suga r Centra l 224,01 0 14,16 8 229,74 7 14,53 1 1,030,18 4 65,15 9 829,07 8 52,43 9 MINDOR O 42 Philippin e Millin g C o 163,05 3 10,31 3 134,09 3 8,48 1 C'EB U 43 Bogo-Medelli u Millin g Co 208,90 4 13,21 3 134,18 4 8,48 7 44 Ceb u Suga r C o 174,78 8 11,05 5 83,50 4 5,28 1 383,69 2 24,26 8 217,68 8 13,76 9 LEYT E 45 Ormo c Suga r Co. 2 190,00 0 12,01 7 86,61 0 5,47 8 TOTA L PRODUCTIO N 18,438,21 2 1,166,21 1 15,787,50 5 998,55 9 1 Di d no t operat e durin g thi s cro p year 2 Estimates (Reprinte d fro m "Suga r News" Vol XIV No 9—Manila P 1. September 1933 )

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PHILIPPINE CARNIVAL ASSOCIATION 2 7 PHILIPPIN E TOBACC O IT S PROBLEM S AN D PLAC E I N TH E WORLD' S TRAD E Tobacc o i s no w cultivate d thruou t th e world Th e first twelv e fro m a lis t o f forty five tobacc o producin g countrie s ma y b e arrange d o n th e basi s o f th e amoun t o f thei r averag e productio n fo r 1920-192 2 i n th e followin g order : Unite d States India China Brazil Japan Dutc h Eas t Indies Russia Philippines Germany Greece Cub a an d France I t i s inter estin g t o note tha t th e Philippine s woul d ran k first a s a tobacc o produce r i n Europe Afric a o r Australia secon d i n eithe r Nort h Americ a o r Sout h America Sh e i s fifth i n Asi a an d eight h i n th e world Th e relativ e positio n o f th e Philippine s a s a tobacc o produce r i n th e worl d i s th e mor e remarkabl e whe n th e fac t i s considere d tha t tobacc o wa s no t know n i n thi s countr y unti l th e latte r par t o f th e 16t h centur y whe n i t wa s introduce d her e fro m Mexico Sinc e tha t tim e i t ha s bee n cultivate d an d it s importanc e i n th e trad e steadil y increased Th e tobacc o monopol y establishe d i n 178 3 b y th e Spanis h governmen t gav e a grea t impetu s t o thi s rapidl y growin g industry Th e admissio n fre e o f dut y int o th e Unite d State s o f Philippin e tobacc o an d it s products a t first i n limite d quantitie s an d late r o n i n an y amount ha s brough t abou t radica l change s i n th e preparatio n o f tobacc o product s fo r consumptio n i n th e Amer ica n market th e retentio n o f whic h depend s upo n th e improvemen t o f th e qualit y o f lea f tobacco an d th e productio n o f reall y goo d tobacc o manufactures tw o o f th e mai n problem s o f th e tobacc o industry Th e Philippin e Government i n its effort s t o develo p th e industr y an d t o maintai n an d ope n ne w market s abroad seek s t o improv e th e qualit y o f lea f tobacc o an d it s manu facture s thr u th e prope r enforcemen t o f th e provision s o f Ac t No 261 3 an d it s amendment s togethe r wit h th e rule s an d regulation s issue d thereunder Accordingl y t o thi s law tobacc o reache s th e market s i n th e for m o f leaf o r i n th e for m o f manufacture d o r partiall y manu facture d tobacc o products Lea f tobacc o i s no w produce d i n practicall y al l part s o f th e Philippines particularl y i n Isabel a an d Cagaya n wher e th e choices t leave s o f exquisit e arom a ar e produced Othe r importan t producin g province s ar e L a Union Pangasinan Nuev a Ecija Iloco s Nort e an d Cebu N o person excep t a plante r sellin g tobacc o o f hi s ow n productio n t o registere d dealer s i n th e provinc e wher e th e tobacc o i s £rown ma y dea l i n lea f tobacco unles s h e i s dul y authorize d b y th e Governmen t t o d o so I n othe r words lea f tobacc o i s handle d i n th e trad e onl y b y dealer s wh o ar e registere d a s suc h i n th e Burea u o f Interna l Revenue Al l leaf-tobacc o t o b e remove d fro m th e provinc e o f it s origi n t o Manila mus t b e inspecte d eithe r a t th e poin t o f shipmen t o r a t th e poin t o f destination I n thi s wa y lea f tobacc o reache s th e exporter s o r larg e consumer s properl y classifie d an d grade d accordin g t o regula tions an d i s exporte d chiefl y t o Spain France Unite d States an d th e Frenc h Eas t Indies Tobacc o manufacture s whic h includ e cigars cigarettes smokin g an d chewin g tobacco snuf f an d other s ar e subjec t t o governmen t regulations Accordingl y th e typ e o f manu facture d tobacc o product s tha t ar e intende d fo r expor t a s wel l a s fo r loca l consumptio n i s determine d b y suc h regulations an d suc h tobacc o product s a s ar e manufacture d i n factorie s ar e prepare d unde r mos t sanitar y conditions Bu t wher e i s th e marke t fo r th e products ? Man y o f th e manufacturer s ar e conten t wit h supplyin g th e loca l demand Som e distribut e thei r product s locall y an d a t th e sam e tim e engag e i n th e expor t trade ; whil e other s prepar e thei r manufacture s wholl y fo r export Thei r bes t marke t fo r cigar s ar e th e Unite d States China France Spain Britis h Eas t Indies an d othe r Orienta l countries ; an d fo r cigarettes Frenc h Eas t Indies Hongkong Japan China an d th e Britis h Eas t Indies Alth o som e improvement s hav e bee n achieve d i n th e tobacc o industr y a s a resul t o f governmen t regulations ye t th e industry i n general leave s muc h t o b e desired especiall y i n marketin g th e products However th e organizatio n o f tobacc o co-operativ e marketin g association s i n th e province s an d th e establishmen t o f tobacc o merchants association s i n th e Cit y o f Manil a an d othe r tobacc o tradin g center s promis e bette r day s fo r th e industry a s thes e factor s wil l surel y pu t th e tobacc o industr y o n a good soun d an d broa d basis TOBACC O AN D MANUFACTURER S O F Productio n 193 0 193 1 193 2 193 3 Kilo s 46,114,00 0 43,516,00 0 45,138,00 0 41,750,00 0 Valu e 5*9,336,00 0 5*7,406,00 0 P5,140,00 0 "3,551,00 0 EXPORT S Cigar s Numbe r 178,561,00 0 183,874,00 0 182,574,85 3 196,141,40 4 Valu e P 7,090,44 6 P 6,790,67 4 P 6,462,43 6 P 6.315,86 6

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2 8 COMMERCIAL IjANDBOO K Cigarette s Numbe r 60,382,00 0 33,470,00 0 24,869,50 0 21,579,65 0 Valu e T 133,39 9 T 83,12 8 T 58,85 9 T 62,42 1 Lea f Kilo s 20,770,61 6 22,653,09 9 21,620,47 0 16,896,52 9 Valu e f 7,451,75 8 f 7,002,99 1 T 5,644,4.6 6 T 3,685,10 5 EXPORTER S I N MANIL A Lea f Tobacc o (Unstemmed ) Aguad o Hermanos 10 3 Balme s Friede r S & Son s Co. 3 6 Novaliche s Bunnin g & Co. Inc. 13 5 Felip e I I G o Fa y & Co. 44 3 Salaza r Cha n Chua n Enriqu e Lete 40 3 Jabonero s Pujalte Miguel 1 Plaz a Morag a LEA F TOBACC O (STEMMED ) Aguad o Hermanos 10 3 Balme s Friede r S & Son s Co. 3 6 Novaliche s Alhambra Ciga r an d Cigarett e Mfg Co. G o Fa y & Co. 44 3 Salaza r 3 1 Tayuma n Li m Genco A M & Co. 74 3 Elcan o Bunnin g & Co. Inc. 13 5 Felip e I I Samso n Hermano s y Cia. Inc. 200 9 Jua n Compahi a Genera l d e Tabaco s d e Filipinas Lun a 21 2 M d e Comilla s U y Seco Miguel 52 3 Jua n Lun a Cha n Chua n Enriqu e Lete 40 3 Jabonero s TOBACC O (SCRAPS STRIPPE D FILLER S AN D CIGA R ENDS ) Aguad o Hermanos 10 3 Balme s M d e Comilla s Alhambr a Ciga r an d Cigarett e Mfg Co. L a Flo r d e Luzon Inc. 70 1 Clave l 3 1 Tayuma n L a Insula r Ciga r an d Cigarett e Factory Bunnin g & Co. Inc. 13 5 Felip e I I Inc. 2 0 P Caldero n d e l a Barc a E l Aguila Plaz a Dila o L a Yeban a Ciga r an d Cigarett e Factory Go Fa y & Co. 44 3 Salaza r 5 7 Gastambid e Helen a Ciga r Factory 3 6 Novaliche s Minerv a Ciga r Corporation 221 9 Az L a Comercia l Ciga r Factory 120 7 Arlegu i carrag a L a Flo r d e l a Isabel a Ciga r Factory 21 2 Pujalte Miguel 1 Plaz a Morag a TOBACC O (SMOKIN G O R CUT ) Alhambr a Ciga r an d Cigarett e Mfg Co. M d e Comilla s 3 1 Tayuma n .L a Insula r Ciga r an d Cigarett e Factory B.B.B y La Ideal 54 2 Echagu e Inc. 2 0 P Caldero n d e l a Barc a E l Oriente Inc. 732 Evangelist a L a Yeban a Ciga r an d Cigarett e Factory L a Flo r d e l a Isabel a Ciga r Factory 21 2 5 7 Gastambid e CIGA R EXPORTER S Aguad o Hermanos 10 3 Balmes Quiap o L a Flo r d e Inta l Ciga r Manufacturin g Co. Alhambr a Ciga r an d Cigarett e Mfg Co. 3 1 Tayuma n 3 1 Tayuman Tond o L a Favorit a Ciga r Factory 120 7 Arlegu i Cia Gral d e Tabaco s d e Filipinas 31 2 L a Flo r d e Luzon 70 1 Clavel Sa n Nicola s M d e Comillas Pac o L a Insula r Ciga r an d Cigarett e Factory E l Aguila Fabric a d e Tabaco s y Cigarrillos Inc. 2 0 P Caldero n d e l a Barc a Inc. 8 6 Plaz a Dilao Pac o L a Nobleza 40 9 Tayuman Tond o E l Oriente Fdbric a d e Tabacos Inc. 73 2 L a Prueb a Tobacc o Co. Inc. 73 2 Evan Evangelista Quiap o gelista Quiap o Germinal Inc. Sangandaan Riza l L a Trinida d Ciga r Factory 120 7 Arlegu i Helen a Ciga r Company 3 6 Novaliches L a Yeban a Co. Inc. 5 7 Gastambide Sa n Migue l Sampalo c Katubusan 50 1 Clavel Sa n Nicola s Merita s Ciga r Factory 73 2 Evangelist a L a Comercial Malabon Riza l Minerv a Ciga r Corporation 221 9 Azca L a Conchita 200 9 Jua n Lun a rrag a CIGARETT E EXPORTER S Alhambr a Ciga r an d Cigarett e Mfg Co. L a Ciuda d d e Nankin 41 4 Salazar Binond o 3 1 Tayuman Tond o L a Flo r d e l a Isabela 85 1 Isaa c Peral Pac o E l Aguila Fabric a d e Tabaco s y Cigarillos L a Insula r Ciga r an d Cigarett e Factory Inc. 8 6 Plaz a Dilao Pac o Inc. 2 0 P Caldero n d e l a Barc a Germinal Inc. Sangandaan Riza l L a Yeban a Co. Inc. 5 7 Gastambide Sam Katubusan 50 1 Clave l palo c

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PHILIPPINE CARNIVAL ASSOCIATION 2 9 TH E COCONU T AN D COCONU T PRODUCT S Th e Philippine s i s th e thir d leadin g coconu t producin g countr y an d furnishe s one thir d o f th e world' s suppl y o f copra Th e annua l retur n o f nut s i n thes e Island s i s abou t 2,000,000,000 an d th e outpu t o f copr a i s ove r 400,00 0 ton s a year Compare d wit h othe r crops coconu t rank s secon d i n acreag e amon g th e principa l crop s raise d i n th e Philippines ric e bein g firs t an d cor n third Fo r th e yea r ende d Jun e 30 1932 i t i s estimate d tha t ther e wer e abou t 566,10 0 hectare s plante d t o coconu t palm s wit h a n averag e o f 19 0 tree s t o a hectare O f al l Philippin e staple s th e coconu t ha s th e mos t uses I t i s th e produc t tha t furnishe s ra w materia l directl y o r indirectl y t o thre e importan t Philippin e industries : copr a meal coconu t oil an d desiccate d coconu t industry Th e combine d expor t valu e o f th e product s fro m thes e industrie s amounte d t o abou t P36,757,00 0 i n 1931 Th e exportatio n o f copr a date s bac k a s fa r a s 1866 Fro m 36,80 7 kilo s value d a t P2,88 0 i n tha t year th e expor t figure s wen t u p t o 174,300,00 0 kilo s wit h a corresponding valu e o f P26,866,87 5 i n 193 0 bu t the y decrease d t o 137,240,60 4 kilos valu e a t P10,266,45 4 i n 193 2 du e t o economi c depression I n 1933 however a n appreciabl e increas e ha s bee n noted Th e tota l exportatio n fo r th e yea r wa s 308,753,46 8 kilos value d a t P17,912,057 Fro m 191 6 t o 192 1 ther e wa s a bi g declin e i n th e shipment s du e t o th e establishmen t o f man y loca l mills whic h absorbe d th e bul k o f th e copr a output Fro m 192 1 on however ther e wa s a reviva l i n th e expor t trad e o n accoun t o f th e renewe d activitie s o f Europea n an d America n mills which durin g an d immediatel y afte r th e war wer e ou t o f operation T o secur e a constan t suppl y o f copr a fo r America n mills expor t house s representin g oi l interest s i n th e Unite d State s hav e establishe d office s i n Manil a an d i n Cebu wher e the y compet e wit h th e loca l mill s i n th e purchas e o f ra w materials Th e openin g o f port s i n Tayaba s an d i n th e Bico l regio n a t whic h ocean-goin g vessel s cal l fro m tim e t o tim e t o loa d fo r foreig n countries ha s accentuate d th e export s o f copra Th e manufactur e an d exportatio n o f coconu t oi l o n a commercia l scal e di d no t tak e plac e unti l 1913 whe n th e first oi l factor y wa s organized Previou s t o tha t yea r wha t littl e oi l wa s exporte d wa s al l mad e i n th e hom e b y th e crud e method Fro m 5,010,42 9 kilo s value d a t P2,292,67 8 i n 1913 th e exportatio n increase d t o 139,942,61 2 kilo s value d a t P73,719,50 4 i n 1919 Th e year s 191 8 an d 191 9 marke d th e boo m o f th e oi l industr y i n thes e Islands Operatin g unit s the n wer e aroun d thirty Thi s number however graduall y decrease d a s busines s condition s becam e adverse Copra-cake th e by-produc t o f copra i s i n grea t deman d i n Europ e an d i n America I t i s chiefl y use d fo r cattl e fee d an d fo r fertilizer Anothe r by-produc t o f th e coconut whic h i s wort h whil e lookin g into i s th e coir th e fibe r obtaine d fro m th e husk s o f th e nuts Thi s produc t i s use d fo r calkin g boats fo r makin g mat s an d mattings fo r upholsterin g an d stuffin g cushion s an d mattresse s an d fo r makin g rop e an d brushes A t present hundred s o f million s o f thes e husk s ar e availabl e fo r in dustria l purposes PRODUCTIO N Copr a 192 9 193 0 193 1 193 2 193 3 Kilo s 480,191,00 0 460,130,00 0 419,637,00 0 406,188,00 0 472,537,00 0 Valu e P67,518,00 0 P57,530,00 0 f33,638,00 0 P26,050,00 0 P23,136,00 0 EXPORT S Coconu t Oi l Kilo s 190,519,20 4 147,364,63 1 167,990,19 6 114,672,75 7 159,620,62 0 Valu e P58,369,88 3 F38,310,76 3 P30,070,64 4 P15,302,28 7 P18,339,64 5 Copr a Kilo s 173,572,68 0 174,300,37 2 174,239,16 5 137,240,60 4 308,753,46 8 Valu e Wl,131,64 1 P26,866,87 5 P18,300,80 8 P10,266,45 4 P17,912,05 7 Copr a Cak e Kilo s 113,792,15 2 89,903,76 1 98,625,55 9 75,847,58 4 99,916,71 5 Value..... 7,585,57 3 3,784,44 9 : P 3,041,60 5 2,107,33 3 2,115,10 7

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3 0 COMMERCIAL IjANDBOO K Desiccate d Coconu t Kilo s 22,285,52 3 19,932,78 6 16,821,63 3 16,072,64 5 17,927,27 5 Valu e P 7,080,24 7 P 5,925,68 9 P 3,644,25 7 P 3,233,40 2 P 3,365,60 9 EXPORTER S I N MANIL A COPR A Atkins Krol i & Co. Inc. Insula r Lif e Bldg Babcoc k & Co. Inc. W R. 1 4 E l Hoga r Bldg Bi o & Chuan Inc. 68 5 Benavide s Calamb a Suga r Estate G d e lo s Reye s Bldg Carrer o Vida l & Co. Isl a d e Pr o viso r Compani a Genera l d e Tabaco s d e Fili pinas 31 2 M d e Comilla s Daid o Boek i Kaisha Insula r Lif e Bldg E I Dorad o Oi l Works 30 8 Nationa l Cit y Ban k Bldg Fernande z Hermanos Inc. 10 9 Jua n Lun a Furukaw a Plantatio n Co. Inc. 51 1 Insula r Lif e Bldg Hanson Ort h & Stevenson Inc. U v Chac o Bldg Internationa l Harveste r Co o f Philippines Chac o Bldg Ke r & Co. 1 0 Sa n Gabrie l L i Sen g Gia p & Co. 12 9 Muell e d e Binond o Maner u & Co. Inc. 106 7 Muell e d e l a In dustri a Mitsu i Bussa n Kaisha Ltd. Nationa l Cit y Ban k Bldg Oht a Developmen t Co. Insula r Lif e Bldg Si y Con g Bien g & Co. Inc. 12 3 Jua n Lun a Smith Bel l & Co. Ltd. Hongkon g an d Shangha i Ban k Bldg S v Yoc o & Sons Inc. 6 Ingres o T y Chuac o & Co. Inc. 33 3 Elcan o COCONU T OI L Carrero Vida l & • Co. Proviso r Islan d Pera l Ja o Cu i Pien 41 9 Jua n Lun a Spencer Kello g & Sons (Phil.) Inc. Luzo n Industria l Corporation Chac o Bldg Toma s Claudi o Philippin e Refinin g Corporation 103 5 Isaa c COPR A CAK E Carrero Vida l & Co. Proviso r Islan d Philippin e Refinin g Corporation 103 5 Isaa c Christern Huenefel d & Co. Inc. 71 1 Roma n Pera l Ja o Cu i Pien 41 9 Jua n Lun a Spencer Kello g & Sons (Phil.) Inc. Toma s Luzo n Industria l Corporation U v Chac o Claudi o Bldg Zuellig F E. Inc. 5 5 Rosari o Philippin e Manufacturin g Co. 24 4 Davi d DESICCATE D COCONU T MANUFACTURER S Blu e Ba r Coconu t Co. 30 1 Fernande z Bldg Purez a Calamb a Suga r Estate G d e lo s Reye s Re d V Coconu t Products Ltd. c/' o Smith Bldg Bel l & Co. Ltd. Hongkon g an d Shangha i Frankli n Bake r Co o f th e Philippines Call e Ban k Bldg LAR D AN D BUTTE R MANUFACTURER S Idea l Margarin e Factory 62 8 Florentin e Torre s Internationa l Oi l Factory 1 1 Riverside Sa n Jua n de l Monte Riza l Manil a Butte r Factory 94 6 Misericordia Sta Cru z Philippin e Manufacturin g Co. 24 4 Davi d Zuellig" F E. Inc. 5 5 Rosari o COCONU T OI L FACTORIE S I N TH E PHILIPPINE S Carrero Vida l & Co. Proviso r Island Manil a Ja o Cu i Pien 1 5 Cristobal Manil a Le e An g Cheim Cebu Ceb u L u D o & L u Co Cebu Ceb u Luzon Industria l Corporation U y Chac o Bldg. Manil a Philippin e Manufacturin g Co. 24 4 David Manil a Philippin e Refinin g Corporation 103 5 Isaa c Peral Manil a Philippin e Refinin g Co. Inc. Cebu Ceb u Spence r Kellog g & Son s (Phil.) Inc. Tom& s Claudio Manil a

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PHILIPPINE CARNIVAL ASSOCIATION 3 1 TH E PHILIPPIN E LUMBE R INDUSTR Y A t th e tim e o f th e occupatio n o f th e Philippin e Island s b y th e Unite d States th e lumbe r industr y wa s confine d ver y largel y t o th e cuttin g o f th e highes t grad e cabine t an d construc tio n wood s fo r whic h tropica l forest s hav e alway s bee n noted, an d t o comparativel y smal l quantitie s o f th e mor e commo n an d plentifu l specie s fo r chea p an d temporar y construction Owin g t o thei r relativ e lac k o f durabilit y unde r tropica l conditions thes e mor e plentifu l specie s wer e considere d a s practicall y worthless s o tha t thei r us e wa s ver y limited Loggin g wa s practicall y confine d entirel y t o han d an d anima l method s while wit h bu t tw o o r thre e mill s i n Manil a an d a s man y mor e i n th e provinces th e productio n o f lumbe r wa s largel y b y hand-sawers Wit h th e establishmen t o f th e Burea u o f Forestr y i n 190 0 an d th e los s b y fire o f mos t o f th e record s o f th e ol d Spanis h Forestr y Service a genera l surve y o f th e fores t are a o f th e Philippines thei r compositio n an d th e characte r o f th e variou s timbe r producin g tree s wa s undertake n a s rapidl y a s possible Thi s surve y soo n establishe d th e fac t tha t th e bette r known hard durabl e an d fanc y cabine t an d constructio n wood s wer e comparativel y scarc e whil e fro m 75 % t o 80 % o f th e timbe r producin g tree s belonge d t o th e Dipterocar p o r laua n family an d tha t an y extensiv e developmen t o f th e lumbe r industr y mus t depen d upo n th e developmen t o f market s fo r thes e woods Strengt h an d durabilit y test s wer e the n starte d wit h th e resul t tha t th e wood s o f th e laua n grou p wer e foun d t o equa l o r surpass i n bot h strengt h an d durability th e Orego n pin e an d redwoo d whic h wer e bein g importe d fo r genera l constructio n purpose s b y th e Army Nav y an d commercia l firms. Th e establishe d us e o f America n sof t woods however wit h th e inabilit y t o ge t wel l saw n an d seasone d materia l o f al l size s an d th e genera l lac k o f familiarit y wit h th e workin g qualitie s o f Philippin e woods acte d a s a deterren t i n th e genera l adoptio n o f loca l timber Th e larg e amoun t o f constructio n wor k an d consequen t deman d fo r lumber followin g th e America n occupatio n an d th e reestablishmen t o f peacefu l conditions however create d a sal e fo r loca l wood s wit h th e resul t tha t b y 190 3 ther e wer e fourtee n sawmill s installed eigh t o f whic h wer e i n Manila Th e tota l cu t o f thes e mills rate d a t a capacit y o f abou t 80,00 0 boar d fee t pe r day wa s no t mor e tha n 15,000,00 0 t o 20,000,00 0 boar d fee t pe r annum o r abou t 50 % o f th e tota l reporte d cu t o f timbe r fro m th e publi c forests Fro m thi s smal l beginnin g o f a doze n mill s sawin g a larg e percentag e o f th e highe r grad e specie s brough t t o the m i n th e for m o f square d log s an d flitche s fro m smal l han d an d caraba o loggin g operations th e lumbe r industr y ha s grow n an d i n 193 0 ther e wer e 11 1 mill s i n activ e operatio n cuttin g 500,000,00 0 boar d fee t o f lumber o r ove r 99 % o f th e tota l cu t fro m th e publi c an d privat e forests whil e th e large r mill s an d a n increasin g numbe r o f th e smalle r one s ar e securin g thei r log s b y moder n stea m loggin g operations Th e loca l us e o f Philippin e lumbe r ha s increase d fro m 20,00 0 o r 30,00 0 boar d fee t t o abou t 400,000,00 0 boar d feet whil e import s hav e decrease d fro m 30,000,00 0 boar d fee t t o 4,000,00 0 boar d fee t pe r year EXPORT S Lumbe r an d Timbe r 193 0 193 1 Cubi c mete r 194,39 5 168,24 0 Valu e P5,486,78 4 P3,681,20 3 193 2 193 3 119,40 6 189,25 7 P I ,669,45 0 P2,537,21 4 LUMBE R EXPORTER S Atlantic Gul f an d Pacifi c Compan y o f Manila 7 1 M d e l a Industri a Anaka n Lumbe r Co. 80 1 M d e l a Industri a Cadwallader-Gibso n Lumbe r Co. 6 3 Nag taha n De e C Chua n & Sons Inc. 1 6 Sole r Filipina s Lumbe r Co. Inc. 12 3 Jua n Lun a Findla y Milla r Timbe r Co. 100 0 Cordeleri a Gotauc o & Co. Inc. 21 4 Sole r Hercule s Lumbe r Co. 81 4 Glob o d e Or o Insula r Lumbe r Co. 30 6 Pere z Samanill o Bldg Mindana o Lumbe r Co. Inc. 66 0 Alvarad o • Negros-Philippin e Lumbe r Co. 102 8 Jua n Lun a Philippin e Lumbe r Exportatio n Co. Ltd. 75 8 Legard a Philippin e Lumbe r Manufacturin g Co. 1 8 Sole r Por t Lamo n Lumbe r Co. 8 M de l Banc o Naciona l Por t Leba k Lumbe r Co. 53 4 Avile s Mitsu i Bussa n Kaisha Ltd. Nationa l Cit y Ban k Bldg Sumagu i Lumbe r Co. 60 3 Heacoc k Bldg Zambale s Lumbe r Co. 92 0 Jua n Lun a

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3 2 COMMERCIAL IjANDBOO K PHILIPPIN E EMBROIDER Y Althoug h th e Filipin o wome n ar e adep t i n han d embroider y an d hav e bee n engage d i n i t fo r severa l centuries th e industr y remaine d merel y a "spar e moment industr y unti l recen t years Th e loca l outpu t o f han d embroider y i n 191 8 reache d !P2,500,00 0 an d i n 1920 ove r P15,00Q,000 Fro m th e yea r endin g Decembe r 31 1914 whe n th e valu e o f tota l export s o f han d embroider y fro m th e Philippine s totalle d P324,91 2 unti l th e en d o f th e yea r 1920 whe n th e tota l exportatio n amounte d t o P15,623,567 a perio d o f seve n years th e increas e wa s almos t forty-nin e fold I n 1922 however becaus e o f th e wea k an d un settle d marke t condition s abroad th e valu e o f Philippin e embroider y exporte d decrease d t o onl y 1*11,528,691.00 I n 1933 th e valu e o f embroiderie s exporte d t o al l th e countrie s amounte d t o P3,661,33 7 whic h compare s unfavorabl y wit h P6,699,64 9 o f th e precedin g year Ther e ar e toda y man y concern s i n an d aroun d Manil a engage d i n th e preparatio n o f thi s handiwor k fo r th e expor t trade Mos t o f thes e concern s ar e not strictl y speaking factories Th e bigge r companie s hav e thei r headquarter s i n Manil a an d a numbe r o f subagencie s i n th e adjoinin g provinces ; Eac h concer n maintain s fro m fiv e t o on e hundre d employee s a t it s loca l headquarters an d fro m te n t o on e hundre d agent s wh o dea l wit h piec e worker s i n o r aroun d th e city i n th e municipalitie s o f Mariquin a an d Paranaqu e o f th e provinc e o f Rizal an d o f th e provinc e o f Cavite i n th e municipalit y o f Taa l o f th e provinc e o f Batangas i n Calumpi t an d Hagono y o f th e provinc e o f Bulaca n an d i n variou s part s o f Pampang a an d Tarlac no t t o mentio n limite d district s i n th e Visayas Th e laborer s i n th e loca l headquarters mostl y women' ar e fo r th e mos t par t workin g o n a wag e basi s an d ar e engage d i n embroiderin g cutting sewing trimming ribboning ironing an d packin g fo r th e expor t trade Philippin e hand-mad e embroiderie s ar e onl y o f cotto n an d linen Th e material s chiefl y use d i n th e makin g o f Philippin e hand-mad e embroiderie s ar e nainsook batiste voile georgette crep e d e chin e an d ne t cotton Al l thes e material s ar e importe d fro m th e Unite d States Th e principa l embroidere d article s mad e i n th e Philippine s ar e lingerie children' s clothes handkerchiefs tabl e cloth s an d underwea r o f variou s classe s which fo r th e mos t par t ar e prepare d accordin g t o specificatio n o f order s received Th e workmanshi p i s gen erall y excellent an d becaus e o f this th e Philippin e hand-mad e embroiderie s wil l probabl y continu e t o hol d thei r positio n i n th e America n market notwithstandin g a resumptio n o f th e manufactur e an d expor t o f embroiderie s an d lace s fro m Europe Th e suppl y o f embroider y worker s i n th e Island s i s abundant EMBROIDERIE S (Cotto n an d Silk ) Expor t 193 0 193 1 193 2 193 3 Valu e T 7,183,47 3 T 5,314,25 9 P 6,699,64 9 T 3,798,63 1 EMBROIDER Y MANUFA < Arm y an d Nav y Fla t an d Embroidery 47 0 M H de l Pila r Awa d & Co. E. 43 5 Jua n Lun a Badill o Embroider y Co. 2 5 Cortad a Bardwil l Brothers 25 2 Plaz a Guipi t Blanc a Nieve 42 2 M H de l Pila r Brown Louise 1 2 Sa n Lui s Cacho M. 23 3 Genera l Lun a Domingo G F Mrs. 120 9 Carolin a Easter n lie s Impor t Co. 9 2 Balme s Feltma n Bros. 144 5 Californi a Filipin o Handmad e Embroider y Co. 7 Genera l Solan o Iserson A S. 20 9 Gral Solan o Lamber t Sale s Co. 145 3 Gral Lun a Lauritsen B M. 132 8 Gral Lun a URE S AN D EXPORTER S Mallouk Elia s & Brother 14 5 Nagtaha n Malloy I E. Co. 297 3 Herra n Mandana s Embroider y Store 60 5 M H de l Pila r Marshal l Fiel d & Co. 90 1 Lepant o Philippin e Embroider y Corp. 91 0 A Mabin i Philippin e Han d Enbroidery 64 8 M IF de l Pila r Portill o Hat Store 41 3 A Mabin i Salam y Bros. 10 4 Gunao Quiap o Shalo m & Co. 44 6 Legard a Solis Benit a A. 2 1 Cortad a F'omas Julia 64 8 M H de l Pila r Velos o & Co. 6 9 Real Walle d Cit y Ysmae l & Co. Inc. Juan 34 8 Echagu e

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PHILIPPINE CARNIVAL ASSOCIATION 3 3 PHILIPPIN E HAN D WOVE N HAT S A n outstandin g featur e o f th e presen t trad e fo r Philippin e hat s i s th e increasin g deman d fo r th e BUNTA L HATS whic h ar e erroneousl y calle d "Bangkok's i n th e Unite d State s an d Europe Thes e hat s hav e com e t o b e favore d b y th e trad e o n accoun t o f th e fac t tha t the y hol d th e shap e give n t o the m b y th e hatters Th e bes t bunta l hat s ca n compar e favor abl y wit h th e bes t Panama Th e bunta l hat s fo r me n ar e mainl y produce d i n th e picturesque smal l tow n o f Lucban Tayabas ; henc e th e nam e "Lucba n Buntal give n t o thes e hat s i n th e loca l trade Thi s tow n i n som e 12 5 kilometer s fro m Manil a an d ca n b e reache d eithe r b y a first clas s auto mobil e roa d o r b y railroad Th e bunta l hat s fo r wome n ar e mostl y mad e i n th e tow n o f Baliwag Bulacan althoug h bunta l hat s fo r me n ar e als o mad e there Baliwa g i s a pro gressiv e littl e tow n whic h ca n b e reache d afte r a n hour' s aut o rid e fro m Manila Baliwa g bunta l hat s ar e bette r know n locall y a s "Bali-buntal. Thi s i s superio r i n man y respect s t o th e Lucba n buntal particularl y i n workmanshi p and becaus e o f it s highe r quality command s a bette r pric e tha n th e latter Th e ordinar y bali-buntal i s know n a s "Baliwa g Plain an d thos e i n fanc y weave s a s Zigzag Fl y Wing Serpentine Fanc y Strippe d an d Calade Hat s i n fanc y weave s ar e usuall y mad e t o orde r a t price s simila r t o th e Ba liwa g Plains Th e trad e fo r bunta l hat s ha s bee n largel y confine d fo r th e las t eigh t o r te n year s t o th e Unite d States ; bu t now Europ e i s als o importin g the m fro m th e Island s i n eve r in creasin g quantity Wit h th e deman d greate r tha n th e suppl y th e ha t maker s hav e receive d a grea t stimulu s t o increas e production. Lucba n bunta l alone no t t o mentio n th e increas e mad e i n bali-buntals ha s see n a n advanc e o f 0"< T e r 65 % i n productio n thi s year O n th e averag e o f 12/130 0 terno s ( a tern o i s a se t o f 8 hats ) a week th e annua l productio n o f Lucba n toda y i s conservativel y estimate d a t abou t 600,00 0 piece s whic h woul d b e value d a t fro m PI,600,00 0 t o PI,800,00 0 ($800,00 0 t o $9,000,000) I n classifyin g hat s fo r th e expor t trade th e color fineness o f th e fiber use d i n weavin g an d excellenc e o f th e weav e ar e take n int o consideration Th e bali-buntal s ar e classifie d generall y i n th e trad e a s Extra 1st 2nd 3r d an d 4th whil e th e Lucba n buntal s ar e give n a mor e extensiv e classification Hat s whic h ar e clean goo d i n color perfec t i n weav e an d ca n b e wor n withou t bleachin g o r coloring ar e classifie d a s XXX XX X 1st 2n d an d 3rd an d thos e whic h hav e defects thoug h th e weav e i s goo d an d eve n an d hat s mad e o f coars e fiber ar e classifie d a s "Inferio r Fine an d "Inferio r Coarse, an d thos e o f th e coarses t fiber ar e calle d "Bangkoks. America n classificatio n call s fo r Inferio r Fin e XX X 1st 2nd 3r d an d 4th bu t som e importer s prefe r th e following : BBB BB B 1-st 2nd 3rd an d 4th 5th 6t h an d 7th "Inferio r Fine an d "Coarse o r Bangkok Beside s th e bunta l hats ther e ar e variou s othe r type s o f hat s mad e i n th e Philippines Thos e o f commercia l valu e an d actuall y exporte d ar e th e so-calle d "Baliwa g hats an d "Calasia o hats mad e o f bamboo ; th e "Araya t hats mad e o f bur i leaf ; an d th e hem p fiber hat s fo r women th e trad e fo r whic h ha s recede d a s fas t a s it s spectacula r rise Thos e o f les s commercia l importanc e a t presen t ma y b e mentione d a s th e "Sabuta n hats produce d i n variou s place s aroun d Lagun a Lake ; th e "Panda n hats mad e i n Dao Antique an d i n Louisian a an d Cavinti Laguna ; th e "Tico g hats o r "tavuktayuk mad e fro m th e ste m o f plan t whic h ar e widel y distribute d fro m th e eas t coas t o f Luzo n dow n t o Mindana o an d i n th e Visayas an d th e so-calle d "Bambo o plateus or "Platos whic h ar e wove n ou t o f bambo o an d bur i fibers i n Baliwa g an d Pulila n an d fo r whic h ther e wa s a deman d fro m Europ e befor e th e war EXPORT S 193 0 193 1 193 2 193 3 Numbe r 869,01 1 539,22 4 744,53 6 988,49 0 Value. P2,543,21 3 PI,110,06 0 PI,187,18 0 PI,532,11 1 MANIL A HA T MANUFACTURER S Abusta n Hat Factory 75 9 Sa n Sebastia n and Exchang e Alonso Ii. 10 5 Escolt a German n & Co. Ltd. 15 6 Jua n Lun a Arm v an d Nav v Ha t Store 47 0 M H de l Liwanag V. 185 3 Azcarrag a Pila r Manil a Ha t Factory 32 0 M II de l Pila r Amelia' s Hat s Shop 8 2 Rea l Map a Ha t Factory 32 9 Lavezare s Austri a P Ha t Store 40 0 Carried o Pined a & Co. M. 105-10 7 Real Intra Barredo' s Hat Factory 52 7 P Camp a muro s Bunnin g & Co. Inc. 13 5 Felic e I I Portill o Hat Factory 41 3 A Mabin i Bunta l Hat Agency 54 4 Riza l Avenu e Taguibao' s Hat an d Reptil e Store 7 3 Rea l Cadongog Teopisto Manil a Tradin g Cente r Velos o Pla t an d Dres s Store 6 9 Rea l

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3 4 COMMERCIAL IjANDBOO K HA T EXPORTER S Aguad o Hermanos 10 3 Balme s Alonso H. 10 5 Escolt a Arm y an d Nav y Ha t Store 47 0 M R de l Pila r Aurelia' s Ha t Shop 8 2 Rea l Bunnin g
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PHILIPPINE CARNIVAL ASSOCIATION 3 5 OTHE R PRODUCT S PEAR L BEAD S EXPORTER S Aguad o Hermanos 10 3 Balme s Viegelmann Schroede r & Co. Inc. 45 6 Philippin e Butto n Corporation 82 8 Mise Dasmarina s ricordi a PEAR L BUTTON S Philippin e Butto n Corporation 82 8 Mise Viegelmann Schroede r & Co. Inc. 45 6 ricordi a Dasmarina s LAM P SHADE S Manil a Shel l Ar t Works 24 5 M H de l Philippin e Shel l Craf t Corporation 47 8 Pila r A Mabin i Pasa y Shel l Craf t an d Pasa y Iro n Works Velmonte Ulpiano 101 8 Misericordi a The 72 9 F B Harrison Pasa y FRUI T JUICE S AN D EXTRACT S Fi-Ma 46 5 Leveriza Pasa y GU M COPA L Aguad o Hermanos 10 3 Balme s Bunnin g & Co. Inc. 13 5 Felip e I I Christer n Huenefel d & Co. Inc. 71 1 Roma n Gonzales J., 32 2 Misericordi a Kuenzl e & Streiff Inc. 34 3 T Pinpi n (ALMACIGA ) Mitsu i Bussa n Kaisha Ltd. Nationa l Cit y Ban k Bldg Oht a Developmen t Co. Insula r Lif e Bldg Rios Adrian o N. 20 2 Sta Maria Tond o Zuellig F E. Inc. 5 5 Rosari o ELEM I Aguad o Hermanos 10 3 Balme s Bunnin g & Co. Inc. 13 5 Felip e I I Christer n Huenefel d & Co. Inc. ; 71 1 Roma n German n & Co. Inc. 15 6 Jua n Lun a Gonzales J., 32 2 Misericordi a Kuenzl e & Streiff Inc. 34 3 T Pinpi n Rlos Adrian o N. 20 2 Sta Maria Tond o Schroeder W. 55 2 Rein a Regent e Zuellig F E. Inc. 5 5 Rosari o RUBBE R DEALER S AN D EXPORTER S Menz i & Co. Inc. 18 0 Jua n Lun a Atkins Krol l & Co. Inc. Insula r Lif e Bldg RIC E EXPORTER S Atkins Krol l & Co. 6t h Floor Insula r Lif e Bldg Borja Jos e de 93 5 Dagupa n Buny Fortunata 83 3 Dagupa n Chen g Sion g La m Co. 10 1 Dagupa n Chuaka y & Co. M. 26 7 Jua n Lun a Fres h Foo d Co. 90 9 Sa n Fernand o Garcia Eutiquiano 81 9 Rein a Regent e Georg e Templeton Dagupa n Getz Bros Co. G d e lo s Reye s Bldg L i Sen g Gia p & Co. 12 9 Muell e d e Bi nond o Marian o Urquico Dagupa n Si v Con g Bien g & Co. Inc. 12 3 Jua n Lun a Takahash i & Co. H. 75 3 Tabor a Warner Barne s & Co. Perez-Samanill o Bldg Ye k Hu a Tradin g Corporation 12 9 Jua n Lun a MALAT E TAXICA B GARAG E & AUT O REPAIR S Whe n yo u nee d a TAX I Cal l u p TELS 56966—56967—5696 8 W e als o sel l secon d han d Banta m For d Sedans Price s P150.0 0 u p 111 answerin g advertisements pleas e mentio n thi s Carniva l Commercia l Handboo k

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PHILIPPINE CARNIVAL ASSOCIATION 3 7 IMPORT S Th e import s int o th e Philippine s consis t mostl y o f temperat e zon e products, suc h a s whea t flour, mea t an d dair y product s an d othe r food-stuffs a s wel l a s article s whic h ar e alway s brough t int o a ne w country suc h a s machineries cotto n an d it s manufactures an d othe r manufacture d articles Som e tropica l product s whic h coul d b e wel l produce d i n th e Philippines s o tha t ther e i s littl e excus e fo r importin g them ar e als o imported I t shoul d onl y b e a matte r o f tim e unti l th e resource s alon g thes e line s wil l b e develope d an d practi call y al l tropica l product s cancelle d fro m th e impor t list Th e followin g dat a wil l sho w th e natur e o f th e mos t importan t imports : VALUE S O F PRINCIPA L IMPORTS YEAR S ENDE D DECEMBE R 31s t 193 1 193 2 193 3 Cotto n good s P32,802,09 5 1*33,523,24 3 P31,157,65 1 Iro n an d Stee l good s 26,729,76 5 19,980,05 3 17,891,50 9 Minera l Oil s 18,502,79 9 13,314,11 7 10,777,70 3 Mea t an d dair v product s 12,150,88 5 8,128,25 4 7,622,46 7 Automobiles part s of an d tire s fo r 9,030,87 2 8,058,77 6 7,179,19 0 Whea t flour 6,429,23 7 4,903,87 8 4,770,99 0 Pape r an d it s manufacture s 6,516,22 4 5,529,33 3 4,860,53 7 Sil k an d it s manufacture s 6,461,56 1 4,901,25 6 4,770,35 7 IMPORTER S I N MANIL A FIREARM S AN D AMMUNITIO N DEALER S Alkan Co. Inc. 120-12 1 Escolt a Cru z Babier a Gu n Store 23 8 Plaz a Sta Cru z Ledd a Co. Inc. F E. 30 3 Busto s Brla s Roxas Inc. 7 1 Escolt a Philippin e Equipmen t Co. The 61 4 Riza l Genera l Tradin g Co. 55 4 Riza l Avenu e Avenu e Hispan o Philippin e Importe r an d Exporter Philippin e Tradin g Co. 50 8 Riza l Avenu e The 1 6 Gral Luna W C Roce s & Co. Inc. 12 9 Plaz a Goit i Hunters Headquarters 30 7 Bustos Sta Squire s Bingha m Co. 1 5 Plaz a Goit i AUTOMOBIL E ACCESSORIE S DEALER S Arcache Cesa r Aut o Supply 50 8 Ave Riza l Luzo n Aut o Suppl y an d Vul. 37 3 JuanLun a Aut o Servic e Station Baclaran Paranaqu e Manalo' s Aut o Supply Inc. 50 8 Azcarrag a Car o Electrica l Service 11 0 P Faur a Manil a Aut o Suppl y Co. 633-63 7 an d 50 2 Centra l Aut o Supply Azcarrag a an d Azcarrag a Avenid a Riza l Manil a Tradin g an d Suppl y Co. 20t h Chen g Sion g La m & Co. 100 1 Dagupa n Street Por t Are a Cru z Aut o Supply Leyv a Bldg Moto r Servic e Co. Inc. 40 8 Ave Riza l Daid o Hardwar e Store 68 8 Ave Riza l Pacifi c Commercia l Co. Nationa l Cit y Easter n Aut o Supply 62 9 T Alons o Ban k Bldg Erlange r an d Galinger Inc. 60 1 Escolt a Panunci o Bros. 174 6 Azcarrag a Estrell a Aut o Palace 53 6 Gandar a Philippin e Aut o Suppl v Co. 72 0 Ave Riza l Fireston e Tir e & Rubbe r Co. P I. 16t h Re d Sta r Aut o Suppl y Corp. 66 2 Riza l Ave Atlanta Por t Are a Reye s Moto r Supply Taf t Ave Ext. Pasa y For d Sale s an d Servic e Station 20t h Stree t Sotel o Elec Service 184 2 Azcarrag a Loya l Aut o Suppl y an d Vul. 37 3 Jua n Lun a Squar e Aut o Supply 63 5 Jua n Lun a OTHE R CARS CARRIAGE S AN D VEHICLE S Atlantic Gul f an d Pacifi c Co. 7 7 M d e l a Manil a Hum e Pip e an d Til e Works 100 3 Industri a Cordeleri a Deh n & Ebsen Inc. 3 Plaz a Cervante s Manil a Tradin g an d Suppl y Co. Por t Are a Earnshaw s Dock s an d Honolul u Iro n Works Mor i Bicycl e Store 71 3 Riza l Ave The Por t Are a • Squires Bingha m Co. 1 5 Plaz a Goit i Erlange r & Galinger Inc. 60 1 Escolt a Standar d Impor t Co. Inc. 45 0 P Gome z Film a Mercantil e Co. Inc. 24 4 Davi d Thompso n Co. F H. Plaz a Sta Cru z Guarante e Cycl e Supply 62 2 Ave Riza l Yutiv o Son s Hardwar e Co. Corne r Nuev a Kuenzl e & Streiff Inc. 343-34 7 T Pinpi n an d Dasmarina s LEATHE R AN D LEATHE R GOOD S Beck Inc. I. 8 9 Escolt a Ban k Bldg Britis h Indi a Bazar 12 1 Escolt a Osak a Boek i Kaisha Ltd. 44 6 Dasmarina s Manil a Harnes s Co. 10 8 Escolt a Picket t Harnes s Co. 30 8 Misericordi a Nippo n Bazar 2 2 Plaz a Morag a Ri u Hermanos Inc. 62 3 Escolt a Mitsu i Bussa n Kaisha Ltd. Nationa l Cit y Ta n L i Leathe r Store 47 2 Nuev a

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3 8 COMMERCIAL IjANDBOO K MEA T AN D DAIR Y PRODUCT S (GROCERIES ) A h Gon g Son s & Co. 39 1 Echagu e America n Grocery—21 7 Echagu e Armou r & Company 20 4 Chica Atkins Krol l & Co. Inc. Insula r Lif e Bldg Behn Meye r & Co. H Mij. 22 7 Davi d Connel l Bros Co. Insula r Lif e Bldg D y Bunci o & Co. Inc. 19 1 M d e Binond o E l Cana l d e Panam a (Isl a d e Panay) 80 6 A Mabin i E l Globo 40 5 M H de l Pila r E l LnOer o de l Alba 30 6 Nuev a Ermit a Grocery 9 6 M H de l Pila r Europea n America n Grocery 43 0 Echagu e Eilm a Mercantil e Co. 24 4 Davi d Genat o Commercia l Corporation 107 5 R Hidalg o Gutierre z Hermanos 11 6 Beateri o Keller Ed A & Co. Ltd. 17 8 Jua n Lun a Libby McNeil l & Libby Inc. 2 5 Sta Cru z Ocejo Poma r & Co. 21 0 Gral Luna cor Sta Potencian a Pacifi c Commercia l Co. Nationa l Cit y Ban k Bldg Porta Pue o y Cia. 21 2 Magallan.e s Viegelmann Schroede r & Co. Inc. 456-46 6 Dasmarina s Washingto n Grocery 203-20 5 Echagu e PAPE R AN D MANUFACTURER S O F Aul t & Wibor g Co (Fa r East) The 2 6 Basa n Coron a Suppl y Co. 40 2 Jua n Lun a Educationa l Distributor The 76 5 Jua n Lun a Genat o Commercia l Corporation 107 9 R Hidalg o Get z Bros & Co. Fernande z Bldg Gomb a & Hermosura Corne r Sale s an d Rao n Hal l & Co. Inc. 180-18 4 Jua n Lun a Philippin e Educatio n Co. Inc. 10 1 Escolt a Ramso n Philippin e Corporation A C. 71 7 F Torre s Rosell i & Co. H. 24 4 Davi d Smith Bel l & Co. Ltd. Hongkon g an d Shangha i Ban k Bldg PAPE R Aul t an d Wibor g Co. (Fa r East) The 97 9 M d e l a Industri a Coron a Suppl y Co. 40 2 Jua n Lun a Educationa l Distributor The 76 5 Jua n Lun a Genat o Commercia l Corporation 107 9 R Hidalg o Get z Bros & Co. Fift h Floor G d e lo s Reye s Bldg Gomb a & Hermosura Corne r Sale s an d Rao n DEALER S Hall Whippl e S & Co. Inc. 17 6 Sole r Heilbron n Co. J P 23 3 Davi d Menz i & Co. Inc. 180-18 4 Jua n Lun a Philippin e Educatio n Co. Inc. 101-10 3 Escolt a Philippin e Pape r Products Co. 1 0 Cristoba l Ranso m Philippin e Corporation A C. 71 7 Florentin o Torre s Smith Bel l & Co. Ltd. Hongkon g an d Shangha i Ban k Bldg PAIN T America n Hardwar e an d Plumbin g Co. 10 1 Echagu e Baza r Sigl o XX T R Yangco 10 1 P Cond e Cha m Samc o & Sons 30 6 Sto Crist o Daid o Hardwar e Store 68 8 Ave Riza l Davis T H & Co. 24 4 Davi d Dupon t (Macondra y & Co. Inc. Agents) Chin a Ban k Bldg D y Bunci o & Co. Inc. 191-21 1 M d e Binond o Elizald e & Co (Formerl y Ynchaust i & Co.) 80 1 M d e l a Industri a E l 82 27 4 Jua n Lun a G o Soc 61 8 Riza l Ave Norto n & Harriso n Co. 41 8 Kneedle r Bldg On g Sua n S. 32 4 Echagu e Parson s Hardwar e an d Co. Inc. 80 5 Echagu e Rennolds Wm H Co. 12 9 Jua n Lun a Reyes Florenci o & Co. 42 4 Azcarrag a Simeo n O Suan 32 4 Echagu e Truscon-Findle y Eng an d Con Co. Inc. Heacoc k Bldg U y Chac o Sons Marian o & Co. Inc. U y Chac o Bldg Villanuev a & Sons A B. 61 8 Ave Riza l Yutiv o Son s Hardwar e Co. 40 4 Dasma rina s REMNANT S (COTTO N AN D SILK ) IMPORTER S Aguinaldo L R. 514-52 0 Jua n Lun a Palomo Gaudencio 160 1 Azcarrag a Goldenberg's Departmen t Store 19 4 Jua n Rosario C O del Mrs. 170 1 Azcarrag a Lun a Tani M. 42 0 Jua n Lun a Litto n & Co. 53 0 Jua n Lun a

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PHILIPPINE CARNIVAL ASSOCIATION 3 9 MUSICA L INSTRUMEN T DEALER S Beck' s Inc. 89-9 1 Escolta Binond o Carinos a Musi c Store 95 4 Ongpin Sta Cru z Comman' s Musi c an d Radi o Store 1 7 Escolt a E l Art e Musi c Store 90 3 Ongpi n E l So l Mayor 54 6 Riza l Avenue St a Cru z Idea l Musi c Stor e Co. Inc. 23 8 Carriedo Sta Cru z I la y a Musi c Stor e & Co. 60 0 Riza l Ave L a Armonla 68 9 Ilaya Binond o L a Conch a Musi c Store 75 1 Ongpin Sta Cru z L a Lira 303-30 9 Carriedo Sta Cru z L a Lun a Musi c Store 40 9 Ongpin Binond o "L a Marina, 72 7 Ongpin Sta Cru z Lyri c Musi c House Inc. 63 3 Escolta Binond o Olive r Successore s Co. Jose 31 7 Carriedo Sta Cru z Philippin e Musi c Store Inc. The 24 1 Carried o Popula r Musi c Store 804-80 6 Ongpin Sta Cru z Puya t Musi c House 62 9 Rizal Sta Cru z Quiason C & Co. Inc. 33 8 Raon Sta Cru z Romanac h & Co. Inc. A. 23 2 Carriedo Sta Cru z Trovator e Musi c Store The 847-84 9 Ongpin Sta Cru z SPORTIN G GOOD S DEALER S Alkan Inc. C. 120-12 2 Escolt a Arago n Brothers 30 5 Busto s Athleti c Suppl y Co. 11 0 T Pinpi n Brla s Roxas Inc. 7 1 Escolt a Educationa l Distributor The 76 5 Jua n Lun a Genera l Tradin g Co. 55 4 Riza l Avenu e Hunters Headquarters 30 7 Busto s Idea l Sportin g Good s Company 32 1 Busto s Ledd a Co. Inc. F Z. 30 3 Busto s Nicola s & Co. E. 82 7 Ylay a Orienta l Sportin g Goods 303-30 5 Jua n Lun a Osak a Boek i Kaisha Ltd. (Mimats u Sportin g Goods) 446-45 4 Dasmarina s Osawa K (Mizun o Sportin g Goods) 31 8 Busto s Philippin e Tradin g Co. The 50 8 Riza l Avenu e Roce s & Co. r Inc. 12 9 Plaz a Goit i Squire s Bingha m Co. 1 5 Plaz a Goit i Unio n Sportin g Good s Co. 23 7 Carvaja l L A YEBAN A A COMPLET E LIN E T O SUI T EVER Y TAST E A safe guide to follow when selecting your CIGAR S and CIGARETTE S L A YEBAN A CIGA R & CIGARETT E FACTOR Y 5 7 GASTAMBID E MANIL A m i I n answerin g advertisements pleas e mentio n thi s Carniva l Commercia l Handboo k

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4 0 COMMERCIAL IjANDBOO K WHEA T FLOU R DEALER S Daid o Boek i Kaisha Ltd. Insula r Lif e Bldg D y Bunci o & Co. Ltd. 19 1 M d e Binondo Sa n Nicola s Connel l Bros Co. Ltd. Insula r Lif e Bldg E l Bue n Asenso 537-53 9 M d e Binond o E l Porvenir 42 7 Azcarrag a E l Progres o Grocery 76 4 Folgueras Tond o Forbes Mun n & Co. Ltd. 11 3 M d e Bi nond o Genat o Commercia l Corporation 107 5 R Hidalg o WIN E AN D LIQUO R DEALER S G o Tion g Hien g Ta n Chia o & Co. 51 1 M d e Binondo Binond o L a Alegrla 43 5 M d e Binond o Macondra v & Co. Inc. Chin a Ban k Bldg On g Ja n Chua n Co. 46 7 Nueva Binond o Pacifi c Commercia l Company Nationa l Cit y Ban k Bldg T y Chuac o & Co. Inc. 33 3 Elcan o Wis e an d Company Wis e Bldg. Jua n Lun a Zuellig F E. Inc. 5 5 Rosari o A h Gon g Son s & Co. 389-39 1 Echagu e Compalii a Genera l d e Tabaco s d e Filipinas 21 2 M d e Comilla s Destilerl a Avala Inc. 630-65 2 Echagu e E l Globo 405-40 9 M H de l Pila r Elizald e & Co. 80 1 M d e l a Industri a Europea n America n Grocery 43 0 Echagu e Fi-Ma 46 5 Leveriza Pasay Riza l Hernand o Bros Co. 62 4 Evangelist a Isl a d e Cuba Inc. 32 1 Ester o Cegad o Isl a d e Panav 80 6 A Mabin i Kuenzl e & Streiff Inc. 343-34 7 T Pinpi n La Cop a Distillery 92 9 Magdalen a L a Refinerla 495-49 7 Jua n Lun a L a Rosari o Distillery 1001-102 3 R Hidalg o L a Verdad 52 0 Sto Crist o Li m Tuac o & Co. Inc. 527-54 3 Gandar a Manil a Win e Merchants Ltd. The 174-17 6 Jua n Lun a Ocejo Poma r & Co. 21 0 Gra b Luna cor Sta Potenciana Intramuro s Osaka ^ Boek i Kaisha Ltd. 446-45 4 Das marina s Porta Pue o y Cla. 21 2 Magallanes Intra muro s Vicent e Cosin J B. 15 5 M d e Comilla s GREAS E AN D LUBRICATIN G OI L DEALER S Asiati c Petroleu m Co (P I.), Ltd. Hong kon g an d Shangha i Ban k Bldg Associate d Oi l Co. Secon d Floor Chin a Ban k Bldg Bennet Inc. P M. 60 7 Insula r Lif e Bldg. Plaz a Moiag a Blu e Diamon d Petroleu m Co. Inc. 53-5 5 Barrac a Lindogan S O. c/ o Manil a Sale s Corpora tion 50 1 Fernande z Bldg Parson s Hardwar e Co. Inc. 80 5 Echague Sa n Migue l Philippin e Engineerin g Corp. 10 9 Plaz a Sta Cru z Philippin e Refinin g Co. Inc. 108 5 Isaa c Pera l Reye s & Co. Florencio 42 4 Azcarrag a Standard-Vacuu m Oi l Co. 42 6 Dasmarina s Texa s Co (P I.) Inc. The 9 1 Plaz a Morag a U y En g Ku i Hardware 12 2 Dasmarina s Valvolin e Oi l Co. o f Ne w York 62 7 Riza l Ave MANUFACTURERS AGENT S Aguinaldo L R. 514-52 0 Jua n Lun a Asiati c Commercia l Corporatio n (Reither Akerma n Co.) 13 9 Jua n Lun a Aul t & Wibor g Co (Fa r East) The 97 9 M d e l a Industri a Baker E E. Co. 6 Lac k & Davi s Bldg Bayer Co. Inc. The 61 9 Escolt a Blosso m & Co. Call e Oti s Brimo Antoni o A. 41 2 Rein a Regent e Butle r Brother s (Ra y U Moore Represen tative) Ayala Bldg. Plaz a Sta Cru z Charter T H. Cortes-Ocho a Bldg Colgate-Palmolive-Pee t Co. 5 8 Dasma rina s Consumer s Tradin g Corporation 32 6 Mise ricordi a Crook Abe l L. Fernande z Bldg. 12 4 T Pinpi n Davis P M & Co. 7 6 Escolt a Dieke Werner 2 4 Davi d Dodg e & Seymour Ltd. Insula r Lif e Bldg Farre Enrique Crysta l Arcad e Bldg Fernandez P A. 11-1 5 Dasmarina s Gardine r & Co. 22 9 Crysta l Arcad e Get z Bros & Co. G d e lo s Reye s Bldg Glaiserman Inc. J M. 13 9 Jua n Lun a Goldenberg's Dept Store 194 Jua n Lun a Industria l an d Commercia l Trading 55 2 Ave Riza l Libby McNeil l & Libb y (Phil.) Inc. 2 5 Plaz a Sta Cru z Manil a Machiner y an d Suppl y Co. 67 5 Dasmarina s Manil a Sale s Corporation 50 1 Fernande z Bldg Manufacturer s Sale s Agency 31 2 Crysta l Arcad e Bldg Neves % A M. 30 7 T Alons o O'Farrell Gaston 40 7 Sale s • Presby S A & Co. 70 3 Insula r Lif e Bldg Rennolds Wm H. Co. 12 9 Jua n Lun a Reye s & Co. Florencio 42 4 Azcarrag a Rosenstoc k & Co. Fernande z Bldg. 12 4 T Pinpi n Stevens F H & Co. 51 7 Dasmarina s Thompson F A. 20 6 Masoni c Templ e Trans-Pacifi c Co. 30 7 Fernande z Bldg Traynor James 17 4 Jua n Lun a Veriinden M. 5 0 Escolt a Walters S K & Co. 16 8 Sole r Warrington R O. 40 9 Sa n Vicent e West T M. Inc. 50 4 Fernande z Bldg Wes t & Whitaker 22 7 Davi d Ysmae l & Co. Juan 34 8 Echagu e

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PHILIPPINE CARNIVAL ASSOCIATION 43 INDUSTRIA L ESTABLISHMENT S I N MANIL A FACTORIES MILL S & SHOP S BAGOON G DEALER S Arce Eugenia Sa n Roque Cavit e Cosio Rogaciano 60 3 Ilay a Argu z Foo d Packin g Co. 142 7 Washingto n Cru z d e Francisco Irene 8 6 M d e Divisori a Balaya n Foo d Packing c/ o Manil a Tradin g Labrador Benit a de 64 6 Ilay a Cente r an d Exchang e > Liwanag Marcelina 65 6 Ilay a Bambao Andres 12 5 Sta Potenciana Lorenzana Gabriel 100 4 Orego n Intramuro s Sanlic Miguela 6 4 Ilay a BE D MANUFACTURER S Cochran's 1 1 Plaz a Morag a Quirog a Manufacturin g Co. F4bric a d Irure A. S e n C. 13 8 T Pinpi n Camas 21 6 Tandua v Leo n & Co. B R de 69 8 Riza l Ave Riza l Be d Factory The 73 3 Riza l Ave Orienta l Furnitur e Co. 34 2 T Pinpi n Restwel l Mattres s Co. 69 8 Riza l Ave Philippin e Be d Factory 63 0 Sole r Thompso n Electrica l Co. Inc. Plaz a Sta Puyat Gonzal o & Sons Inc. 72 7 Solana Cru z Intramuro s BILLIAR D AN D POO L TABL E MANUFACTURER S Puyat Gonzal o & Sons Inc. 72 7 Solana Intramuro s BLACKSMIT H An g Tamco 734-73 6 Sole r Ki m Ja p Seng 74 0 Soler Sta Cru z Chi m Yeng 61 1 Jaboneros Binond o Ng o Chiam Talle r d e Herreria 1027-102 9 Cho a Tion g L u Bio 73 0 Soler Binond o Azcarraga Tond o Chua-Kee C S. 55 6 Elcano Sa n Nicola s Pabilona Dionisio 71 1 Elcano Sa n Nicola s Chu a Tion g Yek 73 8 Soler Sta Cru z P o Chua n Foundries 108 2 Narr a Chua n Shen g Co. 81 8 Ongpin Sta Cru z S o Pu t Co. 519-52 5 Jaboneros Sa n Nicola s Dia n Juat 72 2 Soler Sta Cru z Talle r d e Fundicid n d e Gelaci o Relucio E l Minaleno 81 4 Ongpin Sta Cru z 61 5 Jaboneros Sa n Nicola s Gosi m e Hijos N K. 510-51 2 Elcano Sa n Talle r d e Herreri a d e Hia p Seng 960-96 2 Nicola s Azcarrag a Gu i Seng Talle r d e Herreria 105 5 Azcar Talle r d e Herreri a Choa n Sen g d e Ong-Sio raga Tond o 62 5 Azcarraga Tond o Ho c Chua n Bi 61 3 Jaboneros Sa n Nicola s Talle r d e Herreri a d e S y Chong 421-42 9 Ja p Sieng 72 8 Sole r Elcano Sa n Nicola s Kia m D u Sing 92 6 Azcarraga Tond o BOA T BUILDER S Atlantic Gul f an d Pacifi c Co. 7 7 M d e l a Burea u o f Publi c Works Enginee r Islan d Industri a Varader o d e l a Quinta Inc. 54 9 Echagu e Earnshaw s Doc k an d Honolul u Iro n Works Varader o d e Manila 10 9 Jua n Lun a T • 4 Por t Are a Varader o d e Sa n Miguel 74 5 Echague Sa n La o Shing 11 5 Lavezare s Migue l Leun g Ye e & Co. Purez a Stree t Yangc o Dr y dock s an d Slipways Navotas Marin e Railwa y an d Repai r Shops c/ o Riza l BO X MANUFACTURER S Baxter William 9 5 Gastambide Sampalo c Liongsi n Press 104 4 Azcarraga Binond o C o Seten g & Co. Eduardo 602-61 0 Tan Litografi a Montes Inc. 4 0 Magallane* duay Quiap o Intramuro s Cosmo s Lumber Tan g Hon g & Co: Inc. L y Ku e Bo x Factory 91 3 Sa n Nicolas 633-63 7 Soler Binond o Sa n Nicola s En g Sin g Bo x Factory 12 1 Hormiga Ong Fermin 54 9 Gandara Binond o Binond o On g Bu e Sa m Ja p Hin g & Co. 881D Isaa c Genera l Mercantil e Corporation 3 Barraca Peral Pac o Sa n Nicola s Pole Felix 23 7 Espeleta Sta Cru z G o Ha y Bo x Factory 60 3 Magdalen a Si n Ha p Li 88 1 Isaa c Peral Pac o L a Industria 73 9 G Tuason Sampalo c S y Lia n Juat 118-12 0 Espeleta Sta Cru z Le e Cha t Woode n Bo x Factory 45 8 Nueva S y Pia o & Co. Ltd. 76 8 Echagu e Binond o Ta n Sio c Gua n Bo x Factor y Co. 51 5 Ongpi n Le e Gua n Cardboar d Bo x Factory 714-71 6 Tian g Su i & Co. 53 6 T Alonso Sta Magdalen a Cru z Li m La w Bo x Factory 69 7 Ilaya Tond o Ton g Gua n Lu 12 1 Plaz a de l Cond e

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4 2 COMMERCIAL HANDBOOK BRIC K AN D TIL E MANUFACTURER S Genera l Mercantil e Corp. 1 5 Dasmarina s Paranaqu e Lim e Factor y an d Til e Works corne r Barrac a Paranaque Riza l Henr y M Til e Factory 37 3 Lun a St. Philippin e Spuncrete Inc. Factory Espan a Pasay Riza l Extension Sa n Juan Riza l Machuc a & Co. 2 1 Balme s Serrano' s Til e Factory 1 6 Callejo n V Manil a Hum e Pip e an d Til e Works 100 3 Reyes Pasa} r Cordeleri a Tuazon C e Hijos 117 4 Agn o BREWERIE S Sa n Migue l Brewer^' 13 2 Avile s BUILDIN G AN D LOA N ASSOCIATION S "E l Ahorr o Insular" 31 1 Pere z Samanill o "L a Salvacidn" 21-2 3 Plaz a Sta Cru z Bldg. Escolt a "L a Urbana" Patern o Bldg. Sta Cru z E l Hoga r Filipino E l Hoga r Bldg. Jua n Bridg e an d Helio s Street Sta Cru z Luna Binond o Manil a Buildin g an d Loa n Association "L a Previsor a Filipina" 2 2 Davi d Carriedo Groun d Floor Kneedle r Bldg BUTTO N MANUFACTURER S Manil a Butto n Factory Inc. 458-46 0 Das Philippin e Butto n Corporation 828-84 0 marina s Misericordi a CANDL E MANUFACTURER S Ba n Seng 36 5 Sto Cristo Sa n Nicola s Go Ha n Tuan 40 7 Sto Cristo Sa n Nicola s Ch i Seng 13 0 Villalobos Quiap o L a Lun a Clara 53 8 T Pinpin Binond o C o Lion g Ge e & Co. 56 7 Sto Cristo Sa n "L a Milagrosa" 520-52 2 Clavel Sa n Nicola s Nicola s Sa m Kong 81 7 Jaboneros Sa n Nicola s En g Chon g Co. 44 1 Sto Crist o Si n Hia p Hing 30 2 Ongpin Binond o CA P MAKER S Ne w Peopl e Manufacturin g Co. 550-55 2 Syya p Tailorin g Co. Inc. Crysta l Arcad e T Pinpin Binond o Bldg Bria s Roxas Inc. 7 1 Escolta Binond o Yatco' s Inc. 62 7 Escolta Binond o Experimenter s wit h mediums gambl e mor e tha n th e cos t o f th e space Th e stake s ar e succes s o r failur e 11 1 th e market That' s .wh y mos t experience wis e Spac e Buyer s leav e th e hazar d t o other s an d inves t i n th e Advertisin g Page s o f SUGA R NEW S "VOIC E O F TH E PHILIPPIN E SUGA R INDUSTRY th e onl y publicatio n coverin g entirel y an d exclusivel y th e riches t marke t i n th e archipelago—th e Suga r Industry Published Monthly by SUGA R NEW S COMPAN Y Manila Philippin e Island s I n answerin g advertisements pleas e mentio n thi s Carniva l Commercia l Handboo k

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PHILIPPINE CARNIVAL ASSOCIATION 4 3 CA R AN D CARRIAG E MAKER S Beech' s Carriag e Factory 26 7 Sa n Marce lino Ermit a Carroceri a Castelltort 113 4 Miserico r lia Sta Cru z Carroceri a ci e E Enriquez 52 7 Marti n Ocampo Quiap o Heacoc k & colt a Co. Carroceri a Tangkilikin 5 9 N Domingo Sa n Juan Riza l E l Inventor 111 0 Narra Paloma r Par k P o Chua n Carriag e Works 108 2 Narra Paloma r Par k Sanche z & Co. Vicent e D. 36 0 Avile s CARNIVA L BADGE S MANUFACTURER S H E. 120-13 0 Es Zamora Vda e Hijo s d e Crispulo 35 1 R Hidalg o CARPENTER S Chen g Chein g Pao 2 1 Estrella Binond o Chu a Cho—64 6 Elcano Sa n Nicola s Enrique R. 43 0 Trabaj o Go Le e Sion g Bio 94 0 Sa n Fernando Sa n Nicola s Hiratani K. 16 6 Legarda Sampalo c L a Frescura Doo r an d Windo w Manu facturers 34 0 Trabaj o Li m Soon 52 2 T Alonso Sta Cru z Manil a Sas h Factory 78 6 Echagu e S o En g Suy 52 1 Magdalena Binond o Ta v Ja y & Co. 73 2 "Echagu e Zapanta' s Furniture 180 8 Herran Pac o CASSAV A STARC H FACTOR Y Causi p Starc h Factory Naga Camarine s Sur c/ o 96 4 R Hidalg o CEMEN T Baza r Sigl o XX 101-11 3 Plaz a de l Cond e Ceb u Portlan d Cemen t Co. 512-51 6 Insula r Lif e Bldg Cha m Samc o & Sons 300-30 8 Sto Crist o Elizald e & Co (Ynchaust i & Co.) 80 1 M d e l a Industri a Go La m C o Cement San d an d Gravel 30 6 Tetua n an d DEALER S Hop e Manufacturin g Co. 14t h Ave 5t h California Caloocan Riza l Mitsu i Bussa n Kaisha Ltd. Nationa l Cit y Ban k Bldg. Jua n Lun a Riza l Cemen t Co. Inc. 8 M de l Banc o Naciona l Reye s & Co. Florencio 42 4 Azcarrag a Simeo n O Stian 32 4 Echagu e CHOCOLAT E AN D COFFE E MANUFACTURER S "Banahaw" 32 6 Carried o Campo s Rued a Hnos. Inc. 220 5 Azcarrag a C o Chu n I-Iuat 71 2 Dar t Damo' s ChocolTit e an d Coffe e Factory 73 9 Dar t E l Camello 40 8 Ester o Cegad o Filipin o Inc. 180 6 Herra n Ha o Ch u Hong 62 1 Sole r H o a n Seng 85 2 Ongpi n L a Industrial 27 8 Cristoba l L a Palm a d e Mallorca 15 4 Real Intramuro s L a Patria 63 3 Legard a L a Resurreccion Chocolat e Factory 41 4 Sole r L a Unio n Store 80 0 Arlegui Quiap o Li m Chin g Chi n Chocolat e Factory 21 8 Rao n Li m En g Ho o Chocolat e Factorv 21 0 Rao n Lio n D'Or 73 8 R Hidalg o Mt Araya t Chocolat e an d Coffe e Factory Caloocan Riza l O n Se n Chocolat e Factory 82 8 Ongpi n Porta Pue o y Cia. 21 2 Magallanes Intra muro s Purit y Chocolat e an d Coffe e Factory 62 3 Ongpi n Ta n Ki m Seng 81 7 T Alons o Ti u Chun g Cha n Chocolat e Factory 95 2 Ongpi n Tion g Bu n T i Chocolat e Factory 41 2 Sole r INDIA N HEA D WHIT E A FAS T COLO R CLOT H 11 1 li p I S HI Hil l I.i t answerin g advertisements pleas e mentio n ^hi s Carniva l Commercia l Handboo k

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4 4 COMMERCIAL IjANDBOO K CIGA R MA N Alhambr a Ciga r an d Cigarett e Mfg Co. 3 1 Tayuman Tond o Companl a Genera l d e Tabaco s d e Filipinas 21 2 M d e Comilla s E l Aguila F&bric a d e Tabaco s y Cigarrillos Inc. 8 6 Plaz a Dilao Pac o E l Oriente F&bric a d e Tabacos Inc. 73 2 Evangelista Quiap o "Germinal" Sangandaan Calooca n Helen a Ciga r Factory 3 6 Novaliches Sa n Migue l Insula r Developmen t Co. Inc. 120 7 Ar legu i Katubusan 50 1 Clavel corne r Barcelona Sa n Nicola s L a Comercia l Ciga r Factory 120 7 Arlegui Quiap o L a Conchita 200 9 Jua n Luna Tond o L a Favorit a Ciga r Factory 120 7 Arlegui Quiap o La Flo r d e Fidela 55 7 Magdalena Binond o L a Flo r d e Intal 3 1 Tayuman Tond o L a Flo r d e l a Isabela 85 1 Isaa c Peral Pac o La Flo r d e Luzon 70 1 Clavel Sa n Nicola s L a Grandeza 72 9 Rein a Regente Binond o L a Insula r Ciga r an d Cigarett e Factory Inc. 2 0 Plaz a Caldero n d e l a Barc a L a Nobleza 40 9 Tayuman Tond o L a Pa z v Bue n Viaje 42 9 Asuncidn Sa n Nicola s L a Prueb a Tobacc o Co. Inc. 73 2 Evan gelista Quiap o L a Yeban a Co. Inc. 5 7 Gastambide Sampalo c Minerv a Ciga r Corporation 221 9 Azcar raga Sampalo c Philippin e Aromati c Cigarett e Mfg Co. 661-66 3 Magdalena Binond o Yiv a La Suert e y L a Pureza 55 5 Miseri cordi a CIGARETT E M Alhambr a Ciga r an d Cigarett e Mfg Co. 3 1 Tayuman Tond o B B B y l a Ideal 54 2 Echague Quiap o Companl a Genera l d e Tabaco s d e Filipinas 21 2 Marque z d e Comilla s Dalisa y Ciga r Factory 55 7 Magdalena Binond o E l Aguila Ffibric a d e Tabaco s y Cigarrillos Inc. 8 6 Plaz a Dilao Pac o "Germinal" Sangandaan Calooca n Katubusan 50 1 Clavel cor Barcelona Sa n Nicola s La Alejandrl a Cigarett e Factory 54 3 Mag dalena Binond o L a Ciuda d d e Nankin 41 4 Salazar,Binond o L a Dicha 42 9 Asuncidn Sa n Nicola s L a Estrell a d e Filipinas 75 2 Magdalena Binond o L a Flo r d e Fidela 55 7 Magdalena Binond o La Flo r d e Intal 3 1 Tayuman Tond o L a Flo r d e l a Isabela 85 1 Isaa c Peral Pac o L a Grandeza 72 9 Rein a Regente Binond o La Insula r Ciga r an d Cigarett e Factory Inc. 2 0 Plaz a Caldero n d e l a Barc a L a Nobleza 20 9 Tayuman Tond o L a Pa z y Bue n Viaje 42 9 Asuncidn Sa n Nicola s L a Prueb a Tobacc o Co. Inc. 73 2 Evan gelista Quiap o L a Yeban a Co. Inc. 5 7 Ga'stambide Sam palo c Philippin e Aromati c Cigarett e Mfg Co. 661-66 3 Magdalena Binond o Swee t Dream s Aromati c Cigarett e Factory Inc. 101 4 Narra Tond o Viv a L a Suert e y L a Pureza 55 5 Miseri cordi a COA L ] Ampi l & Co. 99 7 M d e l a Industria Sa n Nicola s Chu a Be 12 8 Villalobos Quiap o Chu a Kia Hilario n T. 4 5 Plaz a Gral L a Chambre Binond o Chumbuque Jos e Lim 20 4 Sevilla Sa n Nicola s Fernande z & Co. V T. S O Fernande z r Bldg. 5 1 Escolt a Bonga y Coa l Mines Th e (M Verlinden Agent) 5 0 Escolta Binond o Ligua n Coa l Mines Inc. 20 3 Rein a Regent e Madriga l & Co. 8 M de l Banc o Naciona l Mitsubish i Shoj i Kaisha Ltd. G d e lo s Reye s Bldg Mitsu i Bussa n Kaisha Ltd. 2n d Floor Nationa l Cit y Ban k Bldg Santo s Chu a Hong J. 6 7 M d e Jolo Binond o COM B MANUFACTURER S a n Kay Toong v 32 3 -Nuev a U y P a 32 1 Nuev a Ka o Toe 31 1 Nuev a

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PHILIPPINE CARNIVAL ASSOCIATION 4 5 DISTILLERIES ALCOHO L AN D LIQUOR S An g Tuna y (G o Su n Benito) 73 0 Sto Crist o Bais-Distilleries Inc. Palanc a Bldg cor Barrac a an d Urbiztond o Companl a Gral d e Tabaco s d e Filipinas 21 2 M d e Comilla s Destilerla s Ayala Incorporada 630-65 2 Echagu e E l Occidental Ch u Yie k & Co. 41 4 T Pinpi n Elizald e & Co. 80 1 M d e l a Industri a Fi-Ma 46 5 Leveriza Pasay Riza l L a Clementina 24 0 M d e Comilla s L a Cop a Distillery 92 9 Magdalen a L a Fortuna Inc. Factory 44 5 Morione s L a Fuerza-—-Offic e 414 Factor y 41 1 Fun dado r L a Gracios a Distillery 40 7 M d e Binond o L a Refine r l a (Ta n fa y & Co. Inc.) 49 5 Jua n Lun a La Rosario Destilerla 1001-102 3 R Hi dalg o L a Suerte Destilerla 53 0 Alvarad o L a Tondena Inc., ^ Palanc a Bldg. cor Barrac a an d Urbiztond o Li m Tuac o & Co. Inc. 527-54 3 Gandar a Philippin e Moto r Alcoho l Corporation Palanc a Bldg DR Y DOCK S Earnshaw s Dock s an d Honolul u Iro n Works Varader o d e l a Quinta 54 9 Echagu e The 11 0 Secon d St. Por t Area Manil a .Varader o d e Manila 74 5 Echagu e Marin e Railwa y & Repai r Shops c/ o Burea u Yangco Teodor o R. 42 1 M d e l a Indus o f Publi c Works Enginee r Islan d tri a EG G DEALER S Alonalon Fabian 102 8 Arlegu i G o Se e Fres h Eggs 24 4 Espelet a Jo k Dia n Cho n (Y u En) 42 3 Misericordi a Laurel Valentin a S. Batangas Batanga s Luzo n Fres h Eg g Store The 14 0 Regido r Nagoya Poultr y an d Suppl y Co. Rotond a N g Laico 6 9 Magallanes Intramuro s Philippin e Pqultr y Products Inc. 347-35 9 R Hidalg o P I Fres h Egg s Supply 52 3 Echagu e Rea l Fres h Egg s Supply 14 6 Regido r Sison Marcos 24 4 Espelet a Ta n Liao 10 6 Guna o Acme Engravin g an d Electrotypin g Plant 715-72 1 Caler o Art e y Trabajo 65 1 Florentin o Torre s Benipay o Pres s an d Phot o Engraving 54 0 Misericordi a Carmel o & Bauermann Inc. 205 7 Az carrag a Fran k & Co. 3r d Floor 101-10 3 Escolt a Garcia A. Engraver 3 2 Sta Potenciana Intramuro s ENGRAVER S Joaqui n Reye s & Co. Inc. 3r d Floor 68 0 Ave Riza l Kreid t Printin g Co. 55 0 Evanglist a McCulloug h Printin g Co. 101-10 3 Escolt a Sta r Engraving 67 0 Riza l Ave Suga r New s Press Inc. The 67 1 Das marina s Zamora Vda e Hijo s d e Crispulo 35 1 R Hidalg o Zamora Luis 314-31 6 R Hidalg o FIS H NE T MANUFACTURER S Aguinaldo L R. 514-52 0 Jua n Lun a Philippin e Ne t an d Brai d Manufacturin g Lorenzana Filomeno 100 0 Orego n Co. 36 3 Jua n Lun a FERTILIZE R MANUFACTURER S AN D DEALER S Gonzalez J. 32 2 Misericordi a handin g Menz i & Co. Inc. 180-18 4 Jua n Lun a Warner Barne s & Co. Ltd. Lui s Pere z Pined a & Ampi l Mfg Co. Inc. 1 Ka Samanill o Bldg FOUNDRIE S An g Sioc S e n C. 32 3 Camba Sa n Nicola s Atlantic Gul f an d Pacifi c Co. 71-7 7 M d e l a Industri a Chua n Sen g Foundr y Co. 81 7 Ongpin Sta Cru z Earnshaw s Dock s an d Honolul u Iro n Works The 60-11 0 Secon d St. Por t Are a Gosin N K e Hijos 51 0 Elcan o Heredero s d e Hilari o Sunico 50 3 Jaboneros Sa n Nicola s Hia p Sen g Foundry 96 0 Azcarraga Binond o Jo k Te k Foundr y Co. 61 3 Elcano Sa n Nicola s Ki m Be 22 6 Azcarraga Tond o Ki m Ton g Hen g & Co. 52 9 Elcano Sa n Nicola s La o Sa i Foundries 22 8 Azcarraga Sa n Nicola s "Le e Tack" 229-23 5 Barcelona Sa n Nicola s Ng o Chia n Foundr y Shop 102 7 Azcarraga Sta Cru z P o Chua n Foundry 108 2 Narr a Ramo n Jao Mariano 50 9 Elcano Sa n Nicola s Sa m Ha p Gui 42 1 Fundidor Sa n Nicola s Si n Yec k Foundry 10 6 Elcano Sa n Nicola s S o Pu t Co. 519-52 5 Jaboneros Sa n Nicola s S y Cheng 42 1 Elcano Sa n Nicola s Talle r d e Fundicib n d e Gelasi o Relucio 61 5 Jaboneros Sa n Nicola s "Vulcan o Engineerin g Co." 52 1 M d e l a Industri a

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4 6 COMMERCIAL IjANDBOO K FRUI T PRESERVE S FACTORIE S Ande s Tomat o Catsup c/ o Manil a Tradin g Cente r an d Exchang e Argu z Foo d Packin g Co. 142 7 Washingto n Ave Banah a w 33 0 Carried o Bocay o Dagupan c/ o Manil a Tradin g Cente r an d Exchang e Bocay o Lingayen c/ o Manil a Tradin g Cente r an d Exchang e D e Santo s Packin g Co. 196 3 Jua n Luna Eleazar Perfect o J. 265 2 Herra n Farmer' s Foo d Products Malolos Bulaca n Hamas Feliz a V de Pags^njan Lagun a Tropi c Products Inc. Purez a St GOL D AN D SILVERSMIT H C o Tian 41 3 Nueva Binond o E l Barato 30 0 Carried o E l Brillante (D Trinidad) 15 2 Escolt a E l Zenit h Jewelr v Store 6 6 Escolt a Heacock H E Co. 120-13 0 Escolt a L a Estrell a de l Norte 4 6 Escolt a L a Fortun a Jewelr y Store 15 4 Escolt a Lapera l d e Guzman M. 85 0 Riza l Ave Laperal Victorin a G de 85 1 Riza l Avenu e Manil a "C O D." 72 5 Riza l Avenu e Ogawa S. 11 7 Escolt a Qualit y Jewelr y Store The 173 0 Azcarrag a Shibuy a Brothers 31 3 Echague Sta Cru z Zamora Luis 314-31 6 R Hidalgo Sta Cru z Zamora Viud a e R Hidalg o d e Crispulo 35 1 HARNES S AN D LEATHE R GOOD S Binond o Harnes s Factory 36 5 Gandar a Picket t Harnes s Co. 30 0 Tefcua n Mabuha v Harness,'72 3 Ongpi n Prosper o Plarness The 81 1 Rao n Manil a Harnes s Co. 10 8 Escolt a Ri u Hermanos Inc. 62 3 Escolt a HA T BLOCKER S Alonso H. 10 5 Escolt a Austria P. Ha t Store 40 0 Carried o Bagon g Akala Ha t Store 62 0 Azcarrag a Bagon g Araw Ha t Store 73 5 Legard a Banaa g n g Kalayaan Hat Store 80 9 Ylay a Bung a n g Katiyagaan 222 3 Riza l Ave Cobarrubia s Ha t Store 33 2 R Hidalg o E l Sombrer o d e Copa 34 7 Jua n Lun a Excelsio r Ha t Store 112 0 Riza l Ave Ferrazin i Anselmo Inc. 80 5 Sto Crist o Frlas Filemon 90 5 llay a Idea l Hatter s Co. Inc. 10 3 P Caldero n d e l a Barc a Jabson E. Hatters 161 3 Sand e L a Elegancia Ha t Store 97 6 Jua n Lun a Liwanag V. 185 3 Azcarrag a Lo s Marino s Mercantes 33 2 Madri d Manil a Hat Stor e an d Factory 32 0 M H de l Pila r Pined a & Co. M. 10 5 Rea l Sardes S. Hatter 43 9 Legard a Sipa g a t Tiyaga. Hat Store 109 2 Jua n Lun a Sombreri a d e Felician o Andaya 73 0 R Hidalg o Sombreri a d e Pedr o E Andaya 81 2 R Hidalg o Tolosa J. 34 5 Carried o Velos o Ha t an d Dresse s Store 6 9 Real HOTEL S I N MANIL A Ba y Vie w Hotel Corne r Isaa c Pera l an d Dewe y Boulevard Ermit a Boulevar d Apartmen t Hotel 114 4 Dewe y Boulevard Malat e Congres s Hotel 55 1 M H de l Pilar Ermit a Columbi a Hote l an d Restaurant 10 8 Sa n Luis Ermit a Delmonic o Hotel Inc. 27 8 Gral Luna Intramuro s Gibson A J. 52 2 A Mabin i Grea t Easter n Hotel 203-20 5 Echagu e Hote l Cantabria 26 8 Gral Luna Intra muro s Imperia l Hotel 11 8 Real Intramuro s Kenwoo d Hotel 109 9 R Hidalgo Quiap o L a Palm a d e Mallorca, 15 4 Rea l an d 18 7 Solana Intramuro s Leonar d Woo d Hotel 62 5 Dakota Malat e Lunet a Hotel 38-4 0 Sa n Luis Ermit a Manil a Hotel Lunet a Extension Ermit a Ne w Metropol e Hotel 323-32 9 P Gomez Sta Cru z Ne w Washingto n Hotel 20 7 Echagu e Orient e Hotel 12 1 Real Xntramuro s Plaz a Hotel Plaz a Goit i Sta g Hotel The 30 0 Echague Sta Cru z Valhall a Hotel The 93 9 F B Harrison Pasa y IC E MANUFACTURER S Governmen t Ic e Plant Plaz a Lawto n Malabo n Ic e Plant 39 0 Julon g Duhat Malabo n Philippin e Col d Store s (C S Yuil l an d Co. Ltd.) 503-51 1 Echagu e Riza l Ic e Plant F B Harriso n an d Taf t Ave Sa n Migue l Brewery 13 2 Avile s

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PHILIPPINE CARNIVAL ASSOCIATION 4 7 IN K DEALER S A\il t & Wilbur g Co (Fa r East) The 97 9 Heilbron n & Co. J P. 23 3 Davi d 1 d i e J a ^ n d w tr i -S ™ X T Y-> i i Imprent a Manil a an d Manil a Rubbe r Babcoc k & Co. W R. E l Hoga r Bldg Stamp s Manufacturers 73 5 Caler o Coron a Sl y Co 0 ', 4mKL i Lun a Grafica In e 6 2 Escolt a Felician o & Co. Inc. J B. 17 3 Mari a Philippin e Educatio n Co. Inc. 10 1 Escolt a Clara Sampalo c Quesada' s Ink 111 8 Riza l Avenue Sta Gomb a an d Hermanos 541-54 5 Sale s Cru z Heacoc k & Co. H E. Heacoc k Bldg. Quisumbing' s In k Products 45 6 Dasma 12 4 Escolt a rina s INTERISLAN D STEAMSHI P COMPANIE S Calataga n Transportatio n Co. c/ o Ayal a L i Sen g Gia p & Co. 17 9 M d e Binond o & Co. Filipina s Bldg Madriga l & Co. 8 M de l Banc o Naciona l Chu a Go c Pi n & Co. 103 2 Comerci o Palawa n M/s. Inc. U y Chac o Bldg Companl a Marltima 10 9 Jua n Lun a Naciona l Navigatio n Co. c/ o Ampi l & Compani a Genera l d e Tabaco s d e Filipinas Co. M d e l a Industri a 21 2 Marque z d e Comilla s Ri o y Olabarrieta 70 1 Sa n Fernand o Elizald e & Co. 80 1 M d e l a Industri a Roxa s y Cla. 71 9 Echagu e Everrett L. Inc. 22 3 Dasmarina s Ta n Pho 103 2 Comerci o Facundo Irineo 20 4 Sevill a Tabacaler a S S Co. 21 2 Marque z d e Gallego Juan 44 4 Dart Pac o Comilla s Genat o & Co. 23 9 Barcelon a Yangco Teodor o R. 42 1 Muell e d e l a Gutierre z Hermanos 11 6 Beateri o Industri a LAM P DEALER S Aguinaldo L R. 514-52 0 Jua n Luna Dieke Werner 2 4 Da ^ id Binond o Binond o Osak a Boek i Kaisha Ltd. 446-45 4 Das Behn Meye r & Co. H Mij. 22 7 David marinas Binond o Binond o Pacifi c Commercia l Co. Nationa l Cit y Bouffar d Hnos. 64 8 Riza l Ave. Sta Cru z Ban k Bldg. Jua n Lun a Britis h Indi a Bazar 12 1 Escolta Binond o Wassiamull Assomul l & Co. 12 1 Escolt a LIM E MANUFACTURER S Lim e Corporation o f th e Philippines 80 5 Tond o Echague Quiap o Paranaqu e Lim e Factor y an d Til e Works Lim e Kilns Inc. 9 9 Cristoba l Cam p Claudio Parafiaque Riza l Malabo n Lim e an d Soa p Factory 22 8 Gral Parson s Hardwar e Co. Inc. 80 5 Echagu e Luna Malabon Riza l Sa n Jua n Mine 4 0 N Domingo Sa n Jua n Manil a Lim e Factory 92 8 Velasquez Int. de l Monte Rizal (Tile Bricks Gravel ) LITHOGRAPHER S Carmel o ABauermann Inc. 205 7 Azcarrag a Litografl a e Imprent a Doming a Nubia Cribe L. 71 7 R Hidalgo Quiap o 41 0 Jua n Luna Binond o Fajardo Juan 53 0 Raon Sta Cru z Litografi a Manila 20 7 Padr e Rada Tond o "Germania (Cach o Hermanos) 67 2 Le Litografi a Montes Inc. 4 0 Magallanes ga r da Sampalo c Intramuro s Guzman Pedr o de 42 2 Riza l Ave. Sta Universa l Press Inc. 68 0 Benavides Cru z Binond o LUMBAN G OI L DEALER S Aguad o Hermanos 10 3 Balme s On g Sio n Lumban g Oi l Factory 81 2 Ongpin Babcock W R & Co. Inc. E l Hoga r Bldg Sta Cru z Elizald e & Co (Ynchaust i y Cia., ) 80 1 M Philippin e Nationa l Oil 21 2 Rosari o d e l a Industri a Si y y Kong 113 1 Marcelin o d e Santos Lumban g Oi l Factory 81 2 Ongpi n Manil a MACARON I AN D VERMICELL I MANUFACTURER S Bonifas Antonio 51 5 Padr e Herrer a Hia p Yek 11 5 Meisi c Chin g Piao 71 9 Sto Crist o Lia n Sen g & Co. 104 3 Teodor a Alons o E l Pav o Real 43 8 P Rada Sa n Ha p Ho 41 5 Teodor a Alons o G o Iiin 187 5 Jua n Lun a Sin g Kion g Hoo 42 6 T Alons o Guibee F&bric a d e Bijon 113 5 Sangandaan Sin g Sien g Heng 68 8 Ilay a Caloocan Riza l

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4 8 COMMERCIAL IjANDBOO K MACHIN E SHOP S Aguila r Machin e Shop 21 5 Lakandola Tond o Atlantic Gul f an d Pacifi c Co. 71-7 7 M d e l a Industri a Chu a Kee C S. 55 6 Elcano Sa n Nicola s Earnsha w Dock s an d Honolul u Iro n Works The 11 0 Secon d Street Por t Are a E l Oriental 53 6 Ongpin Binond o Expres s Weldin g Sende e an d Iro n Works 93 4 Azcarraga Tond o Gosi m e Hijos N K. 510-51 2 Elcano Sa n Nicola s "Le e Tack" 229-23 5 Barcelona Sa n Nicola s Marin e Railwa y & Repai r Shop c/ o Bu rea u o f Publi c Works Enginee r Islan d Mavo n Iro n Works 101 2 Azcarraga Tond o Nationa l Iro n Works 103 7 Dagupa n Nel l Co. Th e Edwar d J. 68 0 Dasmarinas Binond o Parpan a Machiner y an d Welding 80 8 Antoni o Rivera Tond o Plaride l Iro n Work s an d Oxy-Acetylene Welding 102 3 Azcarraga Tond o S o Pu t Co. 519-52 5 Jaboneros Sa n Nicola s Soliongk o & Co. Dalmacio 341-34 5 Bar celona Sa n Nicola s Standar d Iro n Works 71 3 Azcarraga Tond o Suli t Hmos & Co. 81 2 Folgueras Tond o Talle r d e Fundicid n d e Gelacio Relucio 61 5 Jaboneros Sa n Nicola s Talle r d e Maquinari a d e Doming o Ramirez 33 0 Moriones Tond o Talle r d e Maquinaria Fundicio n y Herreri a d e Dorote o Celis 80 3 A River a Talle r d e Maquinari a d e Gerard o C Cruz 62 6 Azcarraga Tond o "Vulcano Engineerin g Co. 52 1 M d e l a Industri a MARBL E WOR K SHOP S AN D SCULPTOR S Au g Baton g Busilak 38 0 R Hidalg o Art e v Trabajo 65 1 Florentin o Torre s Castill o G e Hijos 31 3 R Hidalg o "E l Arte" 140 9 Azcarrag a E l Mausole o Marbl e Works 31 5 Busto s Esteba n Sculptur e Work s Co. 110 9 Riza l Ave Jesus Clement e de 70 4 R Hidalg o Marmolerl a Nacional 92 1 Riza l Ave Martinez Ramdi i S. 93 5 Misericordi a Orio l Marbl e Works 83 0 Riza l Ave Ramo s Marbl e Work s C. 85 8 Riza l Ave Talle r d e Escultur a d e Irine o M Cristobal 43 1 Evangelist a Talle r d e Escultur a y Pintur a d e Jua n Castillo 51 4 Evangelist a Tallere s d e Escultura Marmoleri a y Pla terl a d e Emili o Castillo 131 2 Azcarrag a Tolentin o Marbl e Works corne r Zurbara n an d Riza l Avenu e Vicente Mdximo 81 2 R Hidalg o Villanuev a Marbl e Works 87 6 Riza l MUSICA L INSTRUMEN T REPAIRER S "E l Bombo" 121 1 Azcarrag a E l So l Mayor 54 6 Riza l Avenu e L a Lun a Musi c Store 40 9 Ongpi n Popula r Musi c Store 80 4 Ongpi n Puya t Musi c Store 62 8 Avenid a Riza l Talle r d e Composicio n d e Instrumento s y Band a d e Orquesta 33 5 Sa n Marcelin o NICKE L PLATIN G SHOP S Art e y Trabajo 65 1 Florentin o Torre s "E l Bombo" 121 1 Azcarrag a E l Orient e Nicke l Plating 70 9 Riza l Ave Fran k & Company 10 1 Escolt a Standar d Nicke l Plating 103 1 Azcarrag a Vulcan o Metal 33 3 Requesen s Zamora Luis 314-31 6 R Hidalg o Zamora Viud a e Hijo s d e Crispulo 35 1 R Hidalg o PAPE R BO X MANUFACTURER S Baxter William 9 3 Gastambid e L a Industria 73 9 G Tuaso n Cardboar d Bo x Factory 714-71 6 Magda len a Pape r Bo x Manufacturers Hik e Sho e Factory 28 6 Sa n Marcelin o Litografl a Montes Inc. 4 0 Magallanes Intramuro s PLUMBER S Blosso m & Co. 4 Oti s Casupana n Brothers 24 3 Blumentrit t Garcia C R. 216 3 Oroquiet a Gerdnimo Francisco 230 6 Riza l Ave Gonzales D A. 12 0 Tetua n Guanzo n Plumbing Ed. 44 4 Misericordi a Javier Ignaci o R. 202 9 Riza l Ave Jones J W. 31 2 Misericordi a L a Higiene 5 4 Qrogc o L&zaro Gregorio 24 5 Morione s Luzo n Meta l an d Plumbin g Work s Co. 521-52 3 Soler corne r Gandar a Manil a Wate r Savin g Co. 46 7 Sa n Vicent e Etemigio Ponc e J. 55 2 Riza l Ave Rev i & Co. 55 2 Riza l Ave Unite d Plumbin g Co. Inc. 67 6 Jua n Lun a Zshornack F A L, 22 7 Davi d

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PHILIPPINE CARNIVAL ASSOCIATION 4 9 POMAD E AN D TOILE T ARTICLE S MANUFACTURER S Adriano' s Dru g Stor e an d Lab. 6 1 N Philippin e Industria l Work 146 6 Oro Domingo Sa n Jua n quiet a Botic a Insula r d e Prim o Arambulo 1 Maharlik a Laboratory 18 1 Mari a Clar a Mangalima n Bros Laboratory 68 6 Sta Botic a Reynado 165 0 Azcarrag a Mes a Farmaci a Milagrosa 60 1 Madrid Matsumat o Pomad e Factory 83 2 T Hercule s Tradin g an d Mfg Co. 90 1 Ve Alonz o lasque z Ne w Yor k Industria l Works 63 0 Nuev a Lope z Chemica l Industry Dr. 145 0 Sand e Nolasc o Mfg Co. G A. 203 3 Riza l Ave Luzo n Soa p Factory 191 1 Jua n Lun a Ta n Tiongchuy 46 0 Jua n Lun a POULTR Y SUPPL Y DEALER S Campo s Rueda Hnos. Inc. 220 5 Azcarrag a gelista Quiap o Mabuha y Poultr y an d Suppl y Co. 16i 9 Philippin e Poultr y Products Inc. 35 7 R Azcarraga Sta Cru z Hidalgo Quiap o Nagoy a Poultr y an d Suppl y Co. Rotonda Poultr y Supply The 33 6 R Hidalgo Sampalo c Quiap o Novaliche s Poultr y Products 70 4 Evan REA L ESTAT E Araujo Daniel P O Bo x 1725 Manil a Real Estate Hoskin s & Co. O M. 18 5 Ayal a y Cia. P O Bo x 751 Manil a Davi d Burks Katherin e L. 44 8 Mabin i Hill Robert 12 1 Crysta l Arcad e Calero Federico Hoga r Filipin o Bldg Keyser Lui s de 12 3 Victoria Intramuro s Chuidia n & Co. H C. 91 0 O'Donnel l Martine z y Llanos Manuel 8 7 Sa n Jua n Chuidian Horaci o C (Sub-Agent) 91 0 d e Letran Intramuro s O'Donnel l Moreno Jos e (Moren o Securitie s Co.) Enrique z d e l a Cavada A. 60 9 C u Unjien g 20 7 Crysta l Arcad e Bldg Navarre Cesa r G. 17 6 Anda Intramuro s Grey Juan 43 8 Evangelist a Ocampo Jos 6 M. P O Bo x 861 Manil a Garcia Narcis o A. P O Bo x 1982 Manil a Pere z d e Tagl e & Co. J., 69 2 Sa n Lui s Gutierre z Hermanos 11 6 Beaterio Intra Navarro R F & Co. Inc. Santo s Bldg muro s Ubaldo Matlas 103 9 Benavide s REPTIL E SKI N GOOD S MANUFACTURER S Cosmo s Tradin g Co. 82 3 Urbiztond o Ibi s Corporation 80 6 A Mabin i Espej o Reptil e Factory 55 4 M H de l Magallane s Shoemaker 13 1 Real Pila r Taguibao G. 110 6 Tennesse e Gonzales J., 32 2 Misericordi a Weidemann R. 2 8 Dewe y Boulevar d RIC E FLOU R FACTORIE S Bele n Ric e Flour 1 4 Gra b Solan o C Tuazo n e Hijos,117 4 Agn o RIC E MIL L OPERATOR S I N MANIL A Georg e Templeton 81 1 Azcarrag a Manil a Ric e Mil l Corporation 817-81 9 M Chuakan g & Co. 101 0 Azcarrag a Dagupa n ROP E AN D TWIN E MANUFACTURER S Elizald e & Co (Ynchaust i & Co.) 80 1 Invernes s M d e l a Industri a Johnson-Picket t Rop e Co. 2 Call e Cris Feliciano Jua n y Hermana 11 5 Dasmarina s toba l Genera l Manufacturin g Co. Inc. 90 0 Manil a Cordag e Co. Call e Cristoba l RUBBE R PLANTATION S Alcaza r Rubbe r Estates Putiao Pilar Buenavist a Plantatio n Co. Zamboanga Sorsogo n Zamboang a America n Rubbe r Co. Isabela Basilan Lamaya n Plantatio n Co. Lunsuran Zam Zamboang a Balactasa n Plantation Inc. Lamitan Ba Ri o Grand e Rubbe r State Ltd. Kabakan silan Zamboang a Cotabat o Basila n Plantatio n Co. Isabela Basilan Zamboang a Developmen t Co. Lamitan Zamboang a Basilan Zamboang a

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5 0 COMMERCIAL IjANDBOO K RUBBE R STAM P MANUFACTURER S Felician o & Co. Inc. J B. 17 3 Mari a Escolta Binond o Clara Sampalo c Manil a Grafica Inc. 6 2 Escolta Binond o Fran k & Co. Office Secon d Floor 101-10 3 Manil a Rubbe r Stamp 73 5 Caler o Escolta Binond o McCulloug h Printin g Co. Secon d Floor Philippin e Educatio n Co. Inc. 101-10 3 10 1 Escolta Binond o RUBBE R SHO E FACTORIE S Healt h Rubbe r Products Mambaling Riza l Ceb u Porveni r Rubbe r Products 265 9 Herra n Mabuha y Rubbe r Products Inc. Pasay Philippin e Rubbe r Shoes 84 1 Lepant o SAILMAKER S Duque P. 34 2 Raon Sta Cru z Nationa l Sai l Maker 34 1 Misericordia Genera l Sai l Maker 115 1 Antonio Rivera Sta Cru z Tond o Trinidad Marcelino 510-51 2 Barcelona Guzman' s Tents Sail s an d Awnings 37 0 Sa n Nicola s Raon Sta Cru z SHIR T FACTORIE S An g Tiba y Shir t Factory 90 6 Bilbao Tond o Amo r Tradin g Company 155 2 A Mabin i Ap o Shir t Factory 14 8 Rosario Binond o Se e Hu a & Co. 42 5 Nueva Binond o Camiset a Barato 20 0 Rosario Binond o Cente r d e Luxe Inc. 80-8 2 Escolta Bi nond o Chu a Chin g Shir t Factory 47 7 Jua n Luna Binond o Chu a Li t Su n Sing 30 8 Gandara Binond o Dealer s Co-operative 916 5 M d e Comillas Pac o Gandh i Shir t Factory 123B Rosario Binond o Imperia l Shir t Factor y Inde x Tailoring The 72 9 R Hidalgo Quiap o Libert y Shir t Factory 68 1 I la y a Sa n Nicola s Luzo n Shir t Factory 45 1 Jua n Luna Binond o Luzvimind a Shir t Factory 111 5 Singalon g Manil a Shir t Factor y an d Dr y Good s Store 4 4 Escolta Binond o Noguchi K. 5 5 Gen L Geronimo Sam palo c Odeo n Shir t an d Pant s Factory The 73 5 Ongpin Sta Cru z Perfec t Shir t Factory 47 7 Jua n Luna Binond o Re x Shir t Factory 34 5 Palma Sta Cru z Roya l Shir t Factory 52 1 R.iza l Ave. Sta Cru z Spor t Shirt s an d Pant s Co. 51 1 Ongpin Binond o Su n Shir t Factory 1 5 Sa n Gabriel Binond o Su y Hu a Her o Shir t Store 48 4 Jua n Luna Binond o Syya p Tailorin g Co. Inc. Crysta l Arcade Escolt a Tomonag a Shir t Factory 23 0 Lardizabal Sampalo c Toy o Shir t Factoiy Inc. 104 4 Azcarraga Binond o Washingto n Shir t Factory 33 1 Jua n Luna Binond o SHEL L CRAF T MANUFACTURER S Manil a Butto n Factory Inc. 458-46 0 The 72 9 F B Harrison Pasa y Dasmarina s Philippin e Butto n Corporation 828-84 0 Manil a Shel l Ar t Works 24 5 M H de l Misericordi a Pila r Philippin e Shell-Craf t Co. 47 8 A Mabin i Pasa y Shel l Craf t an d Pasa y Iro n Works SOA P An g Tagumpa y Soa p Factory Crist o C o Ban 74 0 Sto Crist o C o Bok 34 5 Sto Crist o C o Chu 76 2 Sto Crist o C o Pak 42 6 Sto Crist o C o S e Bun 112 5 Sta Elen a C o Sin 103 0 Comerci o C o Kau 102 0 Comerci o C o Tuan 110 9 M d e Santo s Chua n Lim 60 9 Sto Crist o Chu a Tan 112 2 Sta Elen a FACTORIE S I N MANIL A 37 0 Sto Gua n Hua t Soa p Mfg Co. 91 3 Jabonero s Go Su n Guan 51 0 Echagu e Jua n Guan 44 0 Sto Crist o Ka w Cha 23 8 Tetua n Ko o Su n Ho 50 5 Sto Crist o Li m Tiu 51 6 Sta Crist o Luzo n Soa p Factory 191 1 Jua n Lun a Phil Manufacturin g Co. 24 4 Davi d Ti n Ku y Lo y Soa p Factory 92 1 Jabonero s Unio n Soa p Factory 24 4 Davi d Velos o Mfg Co. 104 2 Arlegu i Zuellig 5 5 Rosari o

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PHILIPPINE CARNIVAL ASSOCIATION 5 1 TELEGRAP H AN D CABL E COMPANIE S Commercia l Pacifi c Cabl e Co. E l Hoga r Filipin o Bldg Filipin o Bldg Macka v Radi o an d Tel. Co. 2 0 Escolt a Easter n Extensio n Australasi a an d Chin a R C A Communications Inc. Insula r Telegrap h Co. Ltd. The E l Hoga r Lif e Bldg TO Y MANUFACTURER S Dulay Gregorio Manil a Tradin g Cente r Velasco Felix Manil a Tradin g Cente r an d an d Exchang e Exchang e Lacson Constancio Mandaluyon Riza l TOY O SAUC E MANUFACTURER S Chines e Sauc e Manufacturing 136 1 L a Kwon g Shin g Yuen 1 7 Riverside Sa n Jua n Loma Calooca n Philippin e Scientifi c Laboratories 37 9 Li Kwon g Kia n Chan 1 3 Riverside Sa n Jua n bertad Pasa v Kwon g Le e Chan 14 4 A Bonifacio L a Sen g Ke e & Co. Toy o Factory Isl a d e Lom a Balu t TRUN K MANUFACTURER S Manil a Harnes s Co. 10 8 Escolt a Ri u Hermanos Inc. 62 3 Escolt a Picket t Harnes s Co. 30 0 Tetua n UMBRELL A MANUFACTURER S H o T o & Co. 32 3 Dasmarihas Binond o Sin g Hw a & Co. 68 0 Ilaya Binond o Ja o Tiaoc o & Co. 22 2 Carvajal Binond o Ta n Be e Kim Th e Ne w Era 7 Renta Sen g Ke e & Co. 62 2 Nueva Binond o Binond o VEGETABL E AN D FRUI T DEALER S Alonalon Fabian 102 8 Arlegu i Marke t Bagui o Vegetabl e Store 20 4 Padr e Faur a Philippin e Col d Store 503-51 1 Echagu e Bagui o Vegetabl e Supply 32 6 A Mabin i Ta n Sen g Hoo Charles 62 8 Norzagara y Doneza Santiago 1 3 F Duco s Washingto n Col d Stores Inc. 51 2 Echa Fres h Tropica l Fruits 690-69 4 Quint a gu e VEGETABL E OI L FACTORIE S Internationa l Oi l Factory 1 1 Riverside Philippin e Mfg Co. 24 4 Davi d Sa n Jua n Zuelli g & Co. F E. Inc. 5 5 Rosari o VINEGA R DEALER S Elizafid e & Co. 80 1 M d e l a Industri a Paombon g Vinegar 10 7 Soli s Hernand o Bros. 62 4 Evangelist a WALKIN G STICK MANUFACTURER S Burea u o f Prisons Azcarrag a Intramuro s E l Brillante 15 2 Escolt a Jesus Matla s de 120 2 Antonio River a Esteban Dalmacio 113 9 A River a Sombillo Mariano 114 6 A River a Gonzal o Puya t & Sons Inc. 72 7 Solatia, WEIGHT S AN D MEASURE S MANUFACTURER S Cati s d e Garcia Maria 1 Pereir a WINDO W SAS H AN D DOO R MAKER S Aquino Jose 90 1 Dart Pac o Mabuha y Sas h Factory 91 2 Azcarraga Gotamc o Hermanos Vicente 43 0 Tan Binond o dua y Manil a Sas h Factory 786-78 8 Echague Jacinto Leonardo 143 1 Washington Sam Sa n Migue l palo c Ne w Por t Lumbe r an d Windo w Manu L a Frescura 34 0 Trabajo Sampalo c facturin g Co. 80 4 Jua n Luna Tond o L a Suerte 90 8 Azcarrag a Ta y Ja y Company, 73 2 Echagu e Y L AN G Y L A N G OI L MANUFACTURER S Manil a Ylang-Ylan g Distillery Ltd. 15 3 Jua n Lun a

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52 COMMERCIAL IjANDBOO K LIS T O F SAWMILL S AN D MACHIN E LOGGIN G OPERATION S WITHOU T SAWMILL S A S O F AUGUS T 31 193 4 LICENS E AGREEMEN T Nam e an d Nationalit y o f Operator s Locatio n Mai l Addres s o f Owner s Approxi mat e Rat e Dail y Ca pacit y i n Boar d Fee t Remark s H C Heal d (Sto Toma s an d Tub a Sawmills ) Sant o Tomas~an d Tuba Mountai n Baguio Mountai n Provinc e 15,00 0 15,00 0 Circula r mill s De e Hon g Lu e & Co f Jnc —Chines e Matalvis / Masin loc Zambale s 94 0 Jua n Lun a Manil a 40,00 0 Ban d mil l InternationalJLard woo d an d Venee r Co.—America n Pangil/Lagun a c/ o Mr H C Heald Baguio Mountai n Provinc e 15,00 0 Circula r mill ; shutdow n Filipina s Lumbe r Co. Inc. (Souther n Luzon Calauag Kabibiha n an d Ban tolina o Sawmill) — Amer an d Chines e Alonero s Calaua g Kabibiha n Bantolina o 1 Taya ba s \ 12 3 Jua n Lun a Manil a 10,00 0 20,00 0 5,00 0 4,00 0 Circula r mill s Sumagu i Timbe r Co.—American s Sumagui Mindor o P 0 Bo x 310 4 Manil a 18,00 0 Circula r mill ; shutdow n Atlantic Gul f an d Pacifi c Co.—Amer ican s D e Leon Mambu lao Camarine s Nort e 77-7 9 Muell e d e l a Industria Manil a 60,00 0 Ban d mil l Cadwallader Gibso n Lumbe r Co.—American s Butauanan Siru ma Camarine s Su r 6 3 Nagtahan Manil a 70,00 0 Ban d mil l Jua n Galleg o (Danawi n Sawmill ) —Filipin o Danawin Ragay Camarine s Su r P 0 Bo x 28 6 Manil a 25,00 0 Circula r mil l Philippin e Lumbe r Manufacturin g Co —Amer & Chines e Catabafigan Camarine s Su r 1 6 Soler Manil a 60,00 0 Ban d mil l Insula r Lumbe r Co.—American s Fdbrica Negro s Occidenta l Perez-Samanill o Bldg. Manil a 125,00 0 Ban d mil l Anaka n Lumbe r Co.—Filipin o Gingoog Orienta l Misami s Elizald e Bldg. Manil a 3,00 0 Circula r mil l Findlay-Milla r Timbe r Co. — Britis h Kolambugan Lana o P 0 Bo x 307 Manil a 120,00 0 Ban d mil l Misami s Lumbe r Co. Inc.—Filipin o Misamis Occiden ta l Misami s Misamis Occiden ta l Misami s 20,00 0 Circula r mil l

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PHILIPPINE CARNIVAL ASSOCIATION 5 3 Por t Lamo n Lumbe r Co. — Filipin o Por t Lamon Hina tuan Suriga o 8 Muell e de l Banc o Nacional Manil a 45,00 0 Ban d an d circula r mill s Basila n Lumbe r Co.—Ame r .-Swis s Por t Holland Zamboang a Zamboanga Zam boang a 55,00 0 Circula r mil l Mindana o Lumbe r Co. Inc. (Chin kan g Sawmill) — Chines e Naga-Naga Zam boang a 21 4 Soler Manil a 40,00 0 Ban d mill ; shutdow n Por t Leba k Lumbe r Co.—Chines e Por t Lebak Cotabat o 530-54 4 Aviles Manil a 20,00 0 Circula r mil l ORDINAR Y TIMBE R LICENSE S Behc a Lumbe r Co. Inc.—Filipin o Aparri Cagaya n Aparri Cagaya n 10,00 0 Ban d mil l Cagaya n Sawmil l Lumbe r Co. Inc Zinundungan Ca taran Cagaya n 343-34 5 Jua n Luna Manil a 10,00 0 Ban d mil l Isabel a Lumbe r Co. Inc.—Chines e Echague Isabel a 34 3 Jua n Luna Manil a 5,00 0 Circula r mil l Philippin e Re d Lumbe r Co. Inc. — Chines e Pata Claveria Cagaya n P 0 Bo x 2978 Manil a 25,00 0 Circula r mill ; burn t o n Jun e 23 193 4 Romillo' s Sawmil l an d Lumbe r Co. — Filipin o Amonitan Gonza ga Cagaya n Gonzaga Cagaya n 6,00 0 Circula r mill ; shutdow n Manue l Orteg a Malapi t (Pansia n Sawmill ) —Filipin o Nanal-lutan Ban gui Iloco s Nort e Pasaleng Bangui Iloco s Nort e 3,00 0 Circula r mill ; irregula r loggin g an d millin g operation s Balato c Minin g Co (Acupa n Sawmill ) —America n Acupan Itogon Mt Provinc e Baguio Mountai n Provinc e 10,00 0 Circula r mil l Bengue t Consoli date d Minin g Co (Salide c an d Tabi o Sawmills ) —Amer ican s Salidec Ato k an d Tabio Itogon Mountai n Provinc e Baguio Mountai n Provinc e 8,00 0 15,00 0 Circula r mill s H C Heal d (Km 26 Tubla y an d Suyo c Sawmills) — —America n Ato k 1 Mt Tubla y Provinc e K m 96 ) \ Baguio Mountai n Provinc e 10,00 0 5,00 0 10,00 0 Circula r mills ; Suyo c i s a ne w mil l an d begu n operatin g o n Marc h 1 193 4 Itogo n Minin g Co (Sangil o Sawmill) — —American s Sangilo Itogon Mt Provinc e Baguio Mountai n Provinc e 7,00 0 Circula r mil l Missio n o f St Mar y th e Virgin — Belgia n Sagada Mountai n Provinc e Sagada Mountai n Provinc e 2,00 0 Circula r mill ; irregula r loggin g an d millin g oper ation s Antoni o Vasque z (Bongabo n Saw mill)—Filipin o Baong Bongabon Nuev a Ecij a Jaen Nuev a Ecij a 4,00 0 Circula r mil l Digmal a Lumbe r Co. Inc.—Spaniar d an d Filipin o Calaana Bonga bon Nuev a Ecij a Sta Rosa Nuev a Ecij a 8,00 0 Circula r mil l

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5 4 COMMERCIAL IjANDBOO K Hilari o River a (Papay a Lumber ) —Filipin o Papaya Nuev a Ecij a Papaya Nuev a Ecij a 2,00 0 Circula r mill ; ir regula r loggin g an d millin g oper ation s Simeo n Garci a (Sta Ros a Lumber ) —Filipin o Calaanan Bonga bon Nuev a Ecij a Sta Rosa Nuev a Ecij a 3,00 0 Circula r mil l Candelari a Valen cia—Filipin o Sta Maria Lagun a Sta Maria Lagun a 1,00 0 Circula r mill ; shutdow n Moise s David — Filipin o Colo Hermosa Bataa n Dinalupihan Bataa n 1,00 0 Circula r mill ; irregula r loggin g an d millin g oper ation s Evarist o Guerrer o —Filipin o Malinao Atimonan Tayaba s Atimonan Tayaba s 1,00 0 Circula r mill ; shutdow n Esteba n Sosa — Filipin o Buenavista Ma ri n duqu e Buenavista Ma rinduqu e 1,00 0 Circula r mil l Manue l U de l Gallego—Filipin o Subaan Sa n Teo doro Mindor o 44 4 Dart Manil a 15,00 0 Ban d an d circula r mill ; shutdow n Philippin e Lumbe r Exportatio n Co. Ltd.—Japanes e Casiguran Ta yaba s 75 8 Legarda Manil a 20,00 0 Circula r mill ; shutdow n Salaka n Lumbe r Co. Inc.—Filipin o Salakan Guina yangan Tayaba s C u Unjien g Bldg. Manil a 10,00 0 Circula r mil l St Josep h Lumbe r Co. Inc.—Filipin o Hoo k Bay Polillo Tayaba s 15 5 Paz Manil a 7,00 0 Circula r mil l ; shutdow n Ta n Lia n Cua n (Polill o Sawmill) — Chines e Polillo Tayaba s Polillo Tayaba s 10,00 0 Circula r mil l Th e Tayaba s Lum be r Co. Inc.—Fili pin o an d Chines e Malicboy Pagbilao Tayaba s Malicboy Pagbilao Tayaba s 10,00 0 Ban d mil l Francisc o Boix — Filipin o Lalawigan Daet Camarine s Nort e 24 4 Anda Manil a 15,00 0 Circula r mil l Lui s Salaza r (Mas bat e Sawmill ) — Filipin o Daanlongsod Mas bate Masbat e Masbate Masbat e 1,00 0 Circula r mil l Mayo n Sawmil l an d Lumbe r Co. Inc. — America n Legaspi Alba y Legaspi Alba y 8,00 0 Circula r mil l Pedr o E Dy-Liacc o (Nag a Lumbe r Sawmill ) —Filipin o Balongay Cala banga Camarine s Su r Naga Camarine s Su r 4,00 0 Circula r mill ; irregula r loggin g an d millin g oper ation s Sout h Catanduane s Lumbe r Co. Inc. — Filipin o Birac Alba y Virac Alba y 2,00 0 Circula r mil l Worric k & Payne — American s Mercedes Cama rine s Nort e Mercedes Cama rine s Nort e 8,00 0 Circula r mil l

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PHILIPPINE CARNIVAL ASSOCIATION 57 Bleibe l Sawmil l (Benjami n Bleibel ) —Filipin o Catbalogan Sama r Catbalogan Sama r 3,00 C > Circula r mill ; irregula r loggin g an d millin g oper ation s Calubia n Sawmill Inc.—America n an d Filipin o Calubian Leyt e Calubian Leyt e 5,00 0 Circula r mil l C H Na y lo r (La gom a Sawmill) — America n Lagoma Hinuna ngan Leyt e Lagoma Hinuna ngan Leyt e 5,00 0 Circula r mil l Dalmaci o Agato n (Abuyo g Sawmill ) —Filipin o Abuyog Leyt e Tacloban Leyt e 5,00 0 Circula r mill ; irregula r loggin g an d millin g oper ation s Elise o Salud o (L a Esperanz a Sawmil l Corporation Ltd. ) —Filipin o Himatagon Caba lian Leyt e Himatagon Cabalian Leyt e 2,00 0 Circula r mil l Eurek a Sawmil l & Co. Inc.—Filipin o Tacloban Leyt e Tacloban Leyt e 5,00 0 Circula r mil l Francisc o Ido — Filipin o Giporlos Balan giga Sama r Tacloban Leyt e 2,00 0 Circula r mil l Levt e Sawmill Inc —-Filipin o Tacloban Leyt e Tacloban Leyt e 5,00 0 Circula r mil l Marian o Bernard o —Filipin o Salcedo Sama r Guiuana,'Sama r 2,00 0 Circula r mill ; irregula r loggin g an d millin g oper ation s M a tild e A d e Gomez—Filipin o Calbayog Sama r Calbayog Sama r 2,00 0 Circula r mil l Marcel o Abesami s (Visaya n Sawmill ) —Filipin o Tacloban Leyt e Tacloban Leyt e 5,00 0 Circula r mil l Orienta l Lumbe r an d Sawmill Inc.— Filipin o Carigara Leyt e Carigara Leyt e 2,00 0 Circula r mill ; irregula r loggin g an d millin g oper ation s Philippin e Lumbe r Co. Inc.—Filipin o Abuyog Leyt e Tacloban Leyt e 5,00 0 Circula r mil l Justin o Ma Se quer a (Ri o Grand e Sawmill)—Filipin o Subang-dacu Ormoc Leyt e Ormoc Leyt e 1,00 0 Circula r mill ; shutdow n Ta n Cinc o Sawmil l Inc.—-Filipin o Sabang Calbayog Sama r Calbayog Leyt e 2,00 0 Circula r mill ; irregula r loggin g an d millin g oper ation s Emili o Benedict o (Sta Rit a Sawmill ) —Filipin o Cabagna-an L a Castellana Occi denta l Negro s L a Carlota Occi denta l Negro s 1,00 0 Circula r mill ; irregula r loggin g an d millin g oper ation s Samue l Vernar d Cran e (Pionee r Lumbe r Manufac turers)—-America n Minacalao Sagay Occidenta l Negro s i P 0 Bo x 14 Sagay Occidenta l Negro s 3,00 0 Circula r mil l

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5 6 COMMERCIAL IjANDBOO K Manue l Pere z Al varez—Filipin o Kabankalan Occi denta l Negro s Kabankalan Occi denta l Negro s 2,00 0 Circula r mill ; irregula r loggin g an d millin g oper ation s Joh n T Clark America n Tagburos Puert o Palawa n Puert o Princesa Palawa n 2,00 0 Circula r mil l Thos A Wallace America n Binaluan Taytay Palawa n 21 3 Barcelona Manil a 3,00 0 Circula r mill ; shutdow n Cesa r S Gambo a (Orienta l Negro s Sawmil l Co.) — Filipin o Pamplona Tanjay Orienta l Negro s Haciend a Conchita Fabrica Occidenta l Negro s 4,00 0 Circula r mil l Migue l Dia z (Ar nai z Bros Lumbe r Co.)—Filipin o Pinalayaan Tan jay Orienta l Negro s Tanjay Orienta l Negro s 5,00 0 Circula r mil l Abag a Lumbe r Co. Inc.—American s Abaga Numimgan Lana o Iligan Lana o 8,00 0 Circula r mil l Butua n Sawmill Inc.—Filipin o Butuan Agusa n Butuan Agusa n 5,00 0 Circula r mil l Ciriac o Enrique z —Filipin o Surigao Suriga o Surigao Suriga o 4,00 0 Circula r mil l Emili a Garces — Filipin o Layauan Loreto Suriga o Ubay Boho l 2,00 0 Circula r mil l Cristet a V Bringa s (Plaride l Sawmill ) —Filipin o Plaridel Occidenta l Misami s Cebu Ceb u 2,00 0 Circula r mil l F R Mille r (Snu g Harbo r Sawmill) — America n Snu g Harbor Ba liangao Occidenta l Misami s Snu g Harbor Ba lianngao Occiden Misami s 10,00 0 Circula r mil l Hijo s d e F Escano, Inc (Dinaga t Saw mill)—Filipin o Tagabaca Dinagat Suriga o P 0 Bo x 29 Cebu Ceb u 4,00 0 Circula r mil l Iliga n Lumbe r Co (Larapan Tacu b an d Iliga n Saw mills)—Filipin o Larapa n ) Tacu b > Lana o Iliga n ) Iligan Lana o 5,00 0 2,00 0 4,00 0 Circula r mills ; Larapa n an d Ta cu b (New ) Saw mills owne d for merl y b y B B Andrad a Margarit a L Pere z (Aserrador a Ntra Sra de l Rosario) — Filipin o Magoong Iligan Lana o Milagros Sa n Jua n de l Mont e 5,00 0 Circula r mil l Migue l Shoke r (Mu munga n Lumbe r Co.)—Filipin o Mumungan Lana o Iligan Lana o 2,00 0 Circula r mil l On g Hin g Lia n (Pacifi c Lumbe r De velopmen t Co.) — Filipin o Surigao Suriga o Surigao Suriga o 2,00 0 Circula r mil l Rafae l Chaco n (Pangasiha n Saw mill)—Filipin o Pangasihan Odion ga n Gingoog Orien ta l Misami s Gingoog Orienta l Misami s 1,00 0 Circula r mil l

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PHILIPPINE CARNIVAL ASSOCIATION 57 Salvado r T Lluc h (Lak e Lana o Lum be r an d Develop men t Co.)—Filipin o Dansalan Lana o Dansalan Lana o 2,00 0 Circula r mill ; shutdow n Igmedi o T Tabin g —Filipin o Centra] Dava o Davao Dava o 1,00 0 Circula r mil l Tagu m Tradin g Co. Inc.—Japanes e Tambongon Buna uan Davao Dava o P 0 Bo x 461 Manil a 15,00 0 Ban d mil l Th e Heir s o f M Y Maruyama—Jap anes e Tigatto Davao Dava o Davao Dava o 5,00 0 Circula r mil l Tibungk o Lumbe r Co. Inc.—Japanes e Tibungko Buna uan Dava o P 0 Bo x 322 Manil a 15,00 0 Ban d mil l W G Bel l (Talo cang a Sawmill)— • America n Talocanga Malita Dava o Malita Dava o 2,00 0 Circula r mil l P D Roger s (Tig ba o Sawmill)— • America n Tigbao Bolong Zamboang a Zamboanga Zam boang a 5,00 0 Circula r mil l Findlay-Milla r Timbe r Co. — Britis h Milbuk Cotabat o P 0 Bo x 307 Manil a 25,00 0 Circula r mills; shutdow n F M Triplit t (Si nubon g an d Pu langlup a Sawmills ) —Filipin o Sinubon g an d Pu langlupa Zam boang a Zamboanga Zam boang a 3,50 0 3,50 0 Circula r mill s Hercule s Lumbe r Co. Inc.—Filipin o Lumarao Zam boang a 15 5 Paz Manil a 25,00 0 Circula r mil l J B Coola y (Man tiv o Sawmill) — America n Mantivo Sibuco Zamboang a Zamboanga Zam boang a 9,00 0 Circula r mil l J W Strong America n Latuan Isabela Zamboang a Isabela Zamboang a 15,00 0 Circula r mil l Jos S Johnsto n (Baliwasan Labuan an d Malaya l Saw mills—America n Baliwasa n ) Zam Labua n [ • boang a Malaya l ) Zamboanga Zam boang a 10,00 0 5,00 0 5,00 0 Circula r mills ; Malaya l sawmill ; shutdow n Mindana o Lumbe r Co. Inc. (Duma nguila s Sawmill)— Chines e Margosatubig Zamboang a 21 4 Soler Manil a 25,00 0 Circula r mil l Olart e Hermano s & Co (Saraftgan i Saw mill—Filipin o Malapatan Glan Cotabat o Glan Cotabat o 2,00 0 Circula r mil l Roqu e L S u (Ca vit e Sawmill) — Filipin o Cavite Dapitan Zamboang a Dapitan Zam boang a 5,00 0 Circula r mil l Sta Clar a Lumbe r Co. Inc.—Filipin o Punt a Flecha Mar gosatubi g 903-80 5 Dagupan Manil a 25,00 0 Circula r mil l Yldefons o Yabo t Filipin o Paid u Pulangi Cotabat o Pikit Cotabat o 1,00 0 Circula r mil l LOGGIN G OPERATION S ONL Y Estat e o f Marian o G Veloso Inc Gingoog Oriental Misami s Cebu Ceb u

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5 8 COMMERCIAL IjANDBOO K LIS T O F ACTIV E MININ G COMPANIE S LICENSE D B Y TH E BUREA U O F TH E TREASUR Y T O SEL L THEI R SECURITIE S T O TH E PUBLIC A S O F OCTOBE R 31 193 4 Abr a Minin g Company 41 2 Heacoc k Bldg. Manil a Acupa n Gol d Minin g Company 45 6 Das marinas Manil a Agn o Place r Minin g Company Santo s Bldg Manil a Aldeco a Gol d Mines Inc. 30 6 Masoni c Temple Manil a Ambassado r Gol d Minin g Co. 3r d Floor Leyv a Bldg. 22 7 David" Manil a Antamo k Goldfield s Minin g Co. 4t h Floor G d e lo s Reye s Bldg. Manil a Ato k Centra l Mine s Company 4t h Floor G d e lo s Reye s Bldg. Manil a Ato k Gol d Minin g Company 4t h Floor G d e lo s Reye s Bldg. Manil a Bagui o Gol d Minin g Company 4t h Floor G d e lo s Reye s Bldg. Manil a Balato c Minin g Company 610-61 4 Na tiona l Cit y Ban k Bldg. Manil a Benguet-Ato k Gol d Syndicate Inc. 322-32 3 Samanill o Bldg. Manil a Bengue t Consolidate d Minin g Co. 610-61 4 Nationa l Cit y Ban k Bldg. Manil a Bengue t Exploration Inc. 4t h Floor G d e lo s Reye s Bldg. Manil a Bengue t Goldfield s Minin g Co. 4t h Floor G d e lo s Reye s Bldg. Manil a Bi g Basi g Mines Inc. c/ o Mr Bradle y Fairchild P 0 Bo x 549 Manil a Bi g Wedg e Minin g Company 4t h Floor G k d e lo s Reye s Bldg. Manil a Bonto c Exploratio n Company 3r d Floor Insula r Lif e Bldg. Manil a Bue d Minin g Company c/ o Mr S N Schechter 7 6 Escolta Manil a Caraball o Minin g Syndicate Inc. c/ o Mr F d e l a Rama Baguio Mt Provinc e Buen o Minin g Company c/ o Mr Migue l Pujalte Jr. 3 P Moraga Manil a Cervante s Exploratio n Co. 4t h Floor G d e lo s Reye s Bldg. Manil a Consolidate d Mines Inc. 41 2 Heacoc k Bldg. Manil a Cordiller a Exploratio n Minin g Co. 6 0 Sa n Jua n d e Letran Manil a Demonstratio n Gol d Mines Inc. 20 4 Crysta l Arcade Manil a Dulong^Minin g Company c/ o Mr Jorg e M Castro Dagupan Pangasina n Eas t Mindana o Minin g Co. Cebu Ceb u Equitabl e Exploratio n Co. Inc. c/ o Mr R C Staight Filipina s Bldg. Manil a Floranni e Minin g Company 31 4 Nationa l Cit y Ban k Bldg. Manil a Fortun a Goldfield s Minin g Co. 3r d Foor Leyv a Bldg. Manil a Gol d Coi n Minin g Co. Inc. c/ o Mr Geo M Icard Baguio Mt Provinc e Gol d Cree k Minin g Corporation 20 9 Na tiona l Cit y Ban k Bldg Gol d Rive r Minin g Co. Inc. Baguio Mt Provinc e Gol d Wav e Exploratio n Co. 4t h Floor G d e lo s Reye s Bldg. Manil a Golde n Eagl e Minin g Co. 4t h Floor G d e lo s Reye s Bldg. Manil a Ibona n Developmen t an d Minin g Co. c/ o Mr E B Harris 2 5 P Goiti Manil a Iloco s Manganes e Minin g Co. c/ o Mr J W Ferrier 70 2 Insula r Lif e Bldg Insula r Minin g an d Exploratio n Co. c/ o Mr T M Holmsen 3 Plaz a Moraga Manil a Ip o Gol d Mines Incorporated 4t h Floor G d e lo s Reye s Bldg. Manil a Itogo n Minin g Company 4t h Floor G d e lo s Reye s Bldg. Manil a IX L Minin g Company Aroroy Masbat e Kin g Solomo n Minin g Co. Inc. c/ o Mr L Calavera P O Bo x 182 Baguio Mt Provinc e Lacu b Minin g Company 41 2 Heacoc k Bldg. Manil a Littl e Valle y Minin g Company c/ o Mr Li m Bee 305 0 Taf t Ave. Pasa.v Riza l Mabuha y Minin g Company c/ o Mr Jos e Agbulos Chin a Ban k Bldg. Manil a Macanaoe d Minin g Company Lupao,Nuev a Ecij a Madaymo n Minin g Exploratio n Co. Santo s Bldg. Manil a Mayo n Minin g Corporation 314-31 5 Na tiona l Cit y Ban k Bldg. Manil a Mida s Gol d Minin g Company P O Bo x 2623 Manil a Mindana o Minin g Company Inc. 12 4 Crysta l Arcade c/ o Florenci o Kennedy 45 3 Dart Paco Manil a Mindor o Gol d Company 97 9 M d e l a Industria Manil a Mindor o Goo d Luc k Place r Co. c/ o Mr H R Campbell Macondra y & Co. Manil a Mindor o Nugge t Place r Co. c/ o Mr Joh n Landahl 97 9 M d e l a Industria Manil a Minera l Exploratio n an d Developmen t Co. 4t h Floor G d e lo s Reye s Bldg. Manil a Minera l Resources Incorporated Heacoc k Bldg. Manil a Montezum a Consolidate d Minin g Co. 4t h Floor G d e lo s Reye s Bldg. Manil a Mountai n Goldfields Inc. c/ o Mr S Araneta Insula r Lif e Bldg. Manil a Muyo t Rive r Minin g Co. Inc. 20 4 Crysta l Arcade Manil a Nationa l Gol d Minin g Co. Inc. c/ o Mr Felip e Mortera Sa n Jos6 Nuev a Ecij a Nort h Camarine s Gol d Minin g Co. P O Bo x 214 Manil a

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PHILIPPINE CARNIVAL ASSOCIATION 5 9 Norther n Minin g an d Developmen t Co. c/ o Mr Amo s G Bellis 23 3 David Manil a Pa-ca l Mines 4t h Floor G d e lo s Reye s Bldg. Manil a Paniqu e Mines Arorov Masbat e Paracal e Gol d Minin g Co. Inc. 2n d Floor Fernande z Bldg. Manil a Paragon s Exploratio n Company Ayal a BLig. Plaz a Sta Cruz Manil a Philippin e Chromit e Minin g Co. 4t h Floor G d e lo s Reye s Bldg. Manil a Philippin e Mine s Syndicate Aria s Building Manil a Place r Operatin g Corporation c/ o Mr A W Ralston 67 5 Dasmarinas Manil a Prosperit y Place r Minin g Co. Inc. P 0 Bo x 188 Baguio Mt Provinc e Pug o Minin g Company Inc. c/ o Mr Toma s Mapua 84 3 Riza l Ave. Manil a Ri o Verde Incorporated c/ o Mr C P White 41 4 Nationa l Cit y Ban k Bldg. Manil a Salaco t Minin g Company 4t h Floor G d e lo s Reye s Bldg. Manil a Sa n Maurici o Minin g Company 4t h Floor G d e lo s Reye s Bldg. Manil a Sant a Mari a Developmen t Minin g Co. Inc. Santiago Isabel a Sant a Ros a Minin g Company 46 9 Ten nessee Manil a Shevli n .Gol d Minin g Co. Inc. Baguio Mt Provinc e Souther n Cros s Minin g Company 41 2 Heacoc k Bldg. Manil a Souther n Luzo n Exploratio n Co. c/ o Mr H Fielding 52 1 Penafrancia Manil a State s Grou p Minin g Company Inc. c/ o Mr D A Cook Chin a Ban k Bldg. Manil a Suvo c Consolidate d Minin g Co. 4t h Floor G d e lo s Reye s Bldg. Manil a Suyo c Mines Incorporated 13 0 T Pinpin Manil a Tagumpa y Minin g Co. Inc. 31 4 Aria s Bldg. Manil a Tuba n Minin g Company, c/ o Mr J W Ferrier Insula r Lif e Bldg. Manil a Uka b Minin g Company c/ o Mr C 0 Bohanan 74 0 Jua n Luna Manil a Unite d Paracal e Minin g Company 4t h Floor G d e lo s Reye s BUg. Manil a Universa l Exploratio n an d Minin g Co. Leyv a Bldg. 22 7 David Manil a Vira c Exploratio n Company, 4t h Floor G d e lo s Reye s Bldg. Manil a Zamboang a Minin g an d Exploratio n Co. Fou r Rivers Curuan Zamboang a o r P O Bo x 2992 Manil a Zigza g Gol d Minin g Co. Inc. 45 6 Das marinas Manil a Ou r 4 5 year s experienc e mad e u s wha t w e ar e TO-DAY / LEADER S i n th e manufactur e of — CARNIVA L BADGE S MEDAL S BUTTONS-MILITAR Y INSIGNI A CLAS S AN D CLU B PIN S COL LEGIAT E BUCKLE S BRAS S V1UD A 4 HIJ0 S D E SIGN S TROPHIE S CUP S COMMEMORATIV E PLAQUE S AN D PLATIN G O F AL L KIND S FOVNDE D isn o 35 1 R HIDALG O TELEPHON E 2626 5 P O BO X 21 8 4-MANIL A 111 answerin g advertisements pleas e mentio n thi s Carniva l Commercia l Handboo k

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6 0 COMMERCIAL IjANDBOOK FOREIG N COIN S AN D THEI R EQUIVALEN T I N PHILIPPIN E CURRENC Y Country Legal Standard Monetary Units Argentin e Republi c Gol d Peso Austri a Gol d Schilin g Belgiu m Gol d Belg a Bolivi a Gol d Bolivian o Brazi l Gol d Milrei s Britis h Colonie s i n Australasi a Value in P. I. Cur'cy .. PI.929 6 .281 4 .278 0 .730 0 .. 1.092 4 an d Afric a Gold Britis h Honduras Bulgari a Canad a Chil e .Gol d Dollar .Gol d Lev. .Gol d Dollar .Gol d Peso .Poun d Sterlin g 9.733 0 ( China Silve r (State d value s ar e estimate d marke t values i n gold o f silve r conten t o f units Tae l ( A uni t o f valu e a s her e used ; no t a coin. ) Dollar. Peso Haikwan Amo v Canto n Chefo o Chi n Kiang Foocho w Hankow. Kiaochow.. Nanking. Newchwang Ningp o Peipin g Shanghai Swatow... Tako w Tientsin... Yua n Hongkong Britis h \ Mexican. Colombi a Gol d Cost a Ric a Gol d Colon Cub a Gol d Pes o Czechoslovaki a Gol d Kron e Denmar k Gol d Kron e Dominica n Republi c Gol d Dolla r Ecuado r Gol d Sucr e Egypt . Gol d Poun d (10 0 piastres) Estoni a Gol d Kroo n Finlan d Gol d Markk a Franc e Gol d Fran c German y Gol d Reichsmar k Grea t Britai n Gol d Poun d Sterlin g 9.733 0 Drachm a 026 0 2.000 0 .014 4 2.000 0 .243 4 .680 2 .668 4 .664 8 .639 4 .653 0 .618 4 .625 4 .647 8 .661 4 .626 8 .642 8 .651 6 .610 6 .617 4 .672 8 .647 8 .433 2 .439 6 .442 8 1.946 6 .930 6 2.000 0 .059 2 .536 0 2.000 0 .400 0 9.886 2 .536 0 .050 4 .078 4 .476 4 Greece .Gold Guatemal a Gold Haiti Honduras Gol d Gourde Gol d Lempira Hungar y Gol d Indi a (British ) Gol d Indo-Chin a Gol d Ital y Gol d Japa n Gol d Latvi a Gol d Liberi a Gol d Lithuani a Gol d Mexic o Gol d Netherland s an d colonie s Gol d Newfoundlan d Gol d Nicaragu a Gol d .Cordob a Norwa y Gol d Krone. Panam a Gol d Balboa. .Quetza l 2.000 0 400 0 1.000 0 349 8 730 0 783 6 105 2 997 0 386 0 2.000 0 200 0 997 0 804 0 2.000 0 2.000 0 536 0 2.000 0 Pengo Rupe e Piaste r lir a Ye n La t Dolla r Lita s Pes o Guilde r (florin) Dollar

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PHILIPPINE CARNIVAL ASSOCIATIO N 6 1 Paragua y Gol d Pes o (Argentine ) 1.929 6 Persi a Gol d Ria l 097 4 Per u Gol d So l 560 0 Philippin e Island s Gol d Pes o 1.000 0 Polan d Gol d Zlot y 224 4 Portuga l Gol d Escud o 088 4 Rumani a Gol d Le u 012 0 Russi a Gol d Rubl e 1.029 2 Salvado r Gol d Colo n 1.000 0 Sia m Gol d Bah t (Tical ) 884 8 Spai n Gol d Peset a 386 0 Strait s Settlement s Gol d Dolla r 1.135 6 Swede n Gol d Kron a 536 0 Switzerlan d Gol d Fran c 386 0 Turke y Gol d Piaste r 088 0 Urugua y Gol d Pes o 2.068 4 Venezuel a Gol d Boliva r 386 0 Yugoslavia • Gol d Dina r 035 2 CHAMBER S O F COMMERC E America n Chambe r o f Commerce—18 0 David Camar a d e Comerci o Espanol a d e Filipinas—Casin o Espanol Taf t Avenue Chambe r o f Commerc e o f th e Philippin e Islands—103 1 Riza l Avenue Chambr e d e Commerc e Francais e Au x lie s Philippines—5 0 Escolta Germa n Chambe r o f Commerc e o f th e Philippin e Islands Inc. c/ o Behn Meve r Co. 22 7 David Japanes e Chambe r o f Commerc e o f Manila—Insula r Lif e Bldg Manil a Chambe r o f Commerce—40 7 Nationa l Cit y Ban k Bldg Philippin e Chines e Genera l Chambe r o f Commerce—50 8 Chin a Ban k Bldg INSURANC E For Every Need And Purpose Atla s Assuranc e Go. Ltd Th e Employers Liabilit y Continenta l insuranc e Co Assuranc e Corporatio n Ltd Orien t Insuranc e Compan y General Agents E E ELSER IMC Telephon e 2-24-2 8 Kneedle r Buildin g 111 answerin g advertisements pleas e mentio n thi s Carniva l Commercia l Handboo k

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6 2 COMMERCIAL IjANDBOO K BANK S Ban k o f th e Philippin e Islands The—1 0 Plaz a d e Cervantes Chartere d Ban k o f India Australi a an d China—Filipina s Bldg. 2 1 Plaz a Moraga Chin a Bankin g Corporation—Chin a Ban k Bldg. Dasmarinas Hongkon g an d Shangha i Bankin g Corporation—-3 5 Jua n Luna Mont e d e Pie d a d an d Saving s Bank—7 5 Plaz a Goiti Nationa l Cit y Ban k o f Ne w York—Nationa l Cit y Ban k Bldg. Jua n Luna People s Ban k an d Trus t Company—People s Ban k Bldg. Corne r Davi d an d Dasmarinas Philippin e Nationa l Batik—Masoni c Temple Escolta Philippin e Trus t Co.—Mont e d e Pieda d Bldg. Plaz a Goiti Posta l Saving s Bank—Burea u o f Posts Manila Yokoham a Speci e Batik Ltd. The—-3 4 Plaz a d e Cervantes Insula r Lif e Bldg LIS T O F INSURANC E COMPANIE S OPERATIN G I N TH E PHILIPPIN E ISLAND S O N DECEMBER.31 193 3 DOMESTI C Name and Address of Company Kinds of Business Authorized Chin a Insula r an d Suret y Company In c Fire marine fidelit y an d suret y 61 4 Gandar a Fidelit y an d Suret y 'Compan y o f th e P I Fire marine typhoon flood earth Mont e d e Pieda d Bldg. quak e an d suret y "Filipiiias CompaTui a d e Seguro s Fire marine fidelity surety,-accident Filipina s Blig earthquak e an d automobil e Filipina s Lif e Assuranc e Compan y Lif e Filipina s Bldg Insula r Lif e Assuranc e Company Lt d Life healt h an d acciden t Insula r Lif e Bldg. Luzo n Suret y Company, Inc Fire marin e fidelit y an d suret y Regina Bldg Manila—Compani a d e Seguro s Fire marin e fidelit y an d suret y 10 9 Jua n Lun a Metropolita n Insuranc e Compan y Fire marine earthquake tida l wave Perez-Samanill o Bldg typhoon wa r risk civi l commotion maliciou s damage moto r car publi c liability propert y damage fidelity an d surety plac e glas s an d burglar y Nationa l Lif e Insuranc e Compan y Lif e Regin a Bldg Philippin e Guarant y Company Inc. Th e Fire marine fidelity, suret y an d earth Insula r Lif e Bldg quak e shoc k Visava n Suret y an d Insuranc e Corporatio n Fidelit y an d suret y Gotiaoc o Bldg. Cebu Ceb u Ye k Ton g Li n Fir e an d Marin e Ins Co. Ltd. The .Fire marine fidelity, surety accident 32 0 Dasmarina s health lightning earthquake fire an d tida l wav e FOREIG N (AMERICAN ) Agricultura l Insuranc e Compan y Fire marine typhoon earthquake Perez-Samanill o Bldg flood tida l wave rain bombard ment invasion insurrection riot civi l wa r o r commotion militar y o r usurpe d power explosion air-craf t an d maliciou s damag e America n Insuranc e Compan y Fir e an d marin e 60 5 Dasmarina s Asi a Lif e Insuranc e Companv In c Lif e Perez-Samanill o Bldg Continenta l Insuranc e Company Th e Fire marine earthquak e shock Kneedle r Bldg typhoon flood rio t an d civi l com motion, an d los s o f profit s Fidelity-Phoni x Fir e Insuranc e Compan y Fire marin e earthquake earthquak e Regin a Bldg shock typhoo n an d flood

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PHILIPPINE CARNIVAL ASSOCIATION 6 3 Fir e Associatio n o f Philadelphi a Fir e an d marin e 55 Rosari o Frankli n Fir e Insuranc e Co o f Philadelphia The.. Fir e an d Marin e Kneedle r Bldg Glen s Fall s Insuranc e Compan y Fir e an d Marin e 17 1 Jua n Lun a Grea t America n Insuranc e Company Fir e an d marin e Mont e d e Pieda d Hanove r Fir e Insuranc e Company Th e Fire marine moto r vehicle windstor m Regin a Bldg an d cyclone sprinkle r leakage riot civi l commotion explosion earth quake an d tida l wave Hartfor d Fir e Insuranc e Company Nationa l Fir e an d earthquak e shoc k Cit y Ban k Bldg Hom e Insuranc e Compan y Fire marin e an d earthquak e 155 Avile s Insuranc e Compan y o f Nort h Americ a Fire marin e an d inlan d transportatio n Kneedle r Bldg & Nat Cit y Ban k Bldg Lincol n Fir e Insuranc e Compan y o f N Y Fire windstorm sprinkl e leakage riot 18 0 Jua n Lun a civi l commotion explosio n an d earth quak e Nationa l Fir e Insuranc e Compan y Fire marine earthquak e shock earth 155 Avile s quak e fire typhoo n an d floo d Nationa l Unio n Fir e Insuranc e Compan y Fir e an d marin e Perez-Samanill o Bldg Ne w Hampshir e Fir e Ins C o Fir e an d marin e Kneedle r Bldg Niagar a Fir e Insuranc e Compan y Fire marine earthquak e shock 15 5 Avile s typhoo n an d flood Orien t Insuranc e Compan y Fire marine moto r car aircraft light Kneedle r Bld g ning earthquak e shock typhoon explosion tornadoes war flood riot s an d civi l commotio n Phoeni x Insuranc e C o Fir e an d Marin e Masoni c Templ e Springfiel d Fir e an d Marin e Insuranc e C o Fir e an d marin e 34 3 T Pinpi n St Pau l Fir e an d Marin e Insuranc e C o Fire marin e an d earthquak e shoc k Perez-Samanill o Bldg Unite d State s Fir e Insuranc e C o Fire marine earthquak e shock Kneedle r Bldg typhoon flood rio t an d civi l com motio n an d los s o f profit s Westcheste r Fir e Insuranc e C o Fire marine lightning typhoon flood 17 8 Jua n Lun a earthquake rio t an d civi l commo tion explosion war volcani c erup tio n an d tida l wav e Wes t Coas t Lif e Insuranc e C o Life healt h an d acciden t Kneedle r Bldg FOREIG N (OTHE R THA N AMERICAN ) Aache n an d Muni e Fir e Insuranc e Co. German. Fire marine moto r ca r an d acciden t 17 8 Jua n Lun a Allianc e Assuranc e Company Ltd. Britis h Fire moto r car an d employers Hongkon g Ban k Bldg liabilit y Atla s Assuranc e Company Ltd. Britis h Fire marine moto r car workmen' s Kneedle r Bldg. ; 10 9 Jua n Luna ; compensation plat e glass persona l Chin a Ban k Bldg accident earthquak e shock typhoon flood rio t an d civi l commotio n an d los s o f profit s Balois e Fir e Insuranc e Company Swis s Fir e 34 3 T Pinpi n Britis h an d Foreig n Marin e Insuranc e Co. Ltd. Britis h Marin e Hongkon g Ban k Bldg Britis h Traders Insuranc e Company Lt d Fire marine earthquak e shock earth Hongkon g Ban k Bldg & Chac o Bldg quak e fire, typhoon flood rio t an d civi l commotio n

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6 4 COMMERCIAL IjANDBOO K Caledoni a Insuranc e Company Britis h Fire marine automobile earthquake 12 9 Jua n Lun a plat e glass persona l baggage per sona l acciden t an d sickness bur glary war riots civi l commotio n an d typhoo n Canto n Insuranc e Office Ltd Britis h Marin e Hongkon g Ban k Bldg Centur y Insuranc e Company Ltd. Britis h Fire marine earthquak e an d explosio n Perez-Samanill o Bldg Chin a Fir e Insuranc e Company Ltd. British... Fire marin e an d casualt y (excep t Perez-Samanill o Bldg workman' s compensatio n an d sick nes s an d disease ) Commercia l Unio n Assuranc e Co. Ltd. British. .Fire marine moto r car earthquak e Hongkon g Ban k Bldg shoc k an d o r earthquak e fire tv Nationa l Cit y Ban k Bldg phoon flood acciden t an d work Chac o Bldg men' s compensatio n Crow n Lif e Insuranc e Company Canadia n lif e C u Unjien g Bldg Employers Liabilit y Assuranc e Corporatio n Ltd. Britis h Fire marine moto r car earthquak e Kneedle r Bldg shock workmen' s compensation plat e glass persona l accident ty phoon flood rio t an d civi l com motion, los s o f profit s an d lif e Fus o Marin e an d Fir e Insuranc e Co. Ltd. Jap anes e Fir e an d marin e Perez-Samanill o Bldg Genera l Acciden t Fir e an d Lif e Assuranc e Corp. Ltd. Britis h Fire moto r car acciden t sickness 22 7 Davi d earthquak e shoc k an d typhoo n Genera l Insuranc e Co. Ltd. o f Triest e an d Venice The Italia n Fir e an d marin e 21 2 Marque s d e Comilla s Guardia n Assuranc e Co. Ltd. Britis h Fire marine lightning typhoon floo d 1 0 Sa n Gabriel ; 17 8 Jua n Luna ; an d earthquak e Iloilo Iloil o Hongkon g Fir e Insuranc e Co. Ltd. Britis h .Fir e an d marin e 17 4 Jua n Lun a Internationa l Assuranc e Company Ltd. British.. .Fire marine earthquake automobile Perez-Samanill o Bldg persona l accident typhoon tida l wave thir d part y liability propert y damage burglar y an d thef t La w Unio n an d Roc k Insuranc e Co. Ltd. British .Fire an d casualt y (excep t plat e glass Perez-Samanill o Bldg sickness acciden t an d disease ) Lega l an d Genera l Assuranc e Society Ltd. British. Fire earthquake war riots civi l com 12 9 Jua n Lun a motio n an d typhoo n Liverpoo l an d Londo n an d Glob e Insuranc e Co. Britis h Fire marine automobile plat e glass 17 4 Jua n Lun a los s o f profits genera l accident em ployers liability burglary hous e breaking larceny theft wate r dam ag e an d damag e b y aircraf t Londo n Assuranc e Corporation Britis h Fire earthquak e shock typhoo n an d Chac o Bldg floo d Londo n an d Scottis h Assuranc e Corp. Ltd. Britis h Fir e an d earthquak e Perez-Samanill o Manufacturer s Lif e Insuranc e Co. Canadia n Lif e Kneedle r Bldg Marin e Insuranc e Company Ltd. Britis h Marin e Chac o Bldg Netherland s Insuranc e Co. est 1845 The Dutch .Fir e an d marin e 22 7 Davi d Ne w Indi a Assuranc e Co. Ltd. The India n Fir e an d marin e 17 4 Jua n Lun a Ne w Zealan d Insuranc e Co. Ltd. Britis h Fir e an d marin e Chac o Bldg

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PHILIPPINE CARNIVAL ASSOCIATION 6 5 Nord-Deutsch e Versicherangs-Gesellschaft Ger ma n Fir e 18 0 Jua n Lun a Nort h Britis h an d Mercantil e Insuranc e Co. Ltd. Britis h Fire marine moto r car persona l acci Chac o Bldg. ; 10 9 Jua n Luna ; dent acciden t an d disease baggage Perez-Samanill o Bldg workmen' s compensation employers liability earthquak e fir e an d shock an d lif t Nort h Chin a Insuranc e Co. Ltd. British.. Fire marin e an d casualt y (excep t 17 4 Jua n Lun a moto r car workmen' s compensatio n an d sicknes s an d disease ) Norther n Assuranc e Co. Ltd. Britis h Fire moto r car accident earthquak e Chac o Bldg. ; Perez-Samanill o Bldg fir e an d shock typhoo n an d floo d Norwic h Unio n Fir e Insuranc e Society Ltd. Britis h Fire marine workmen' s compensa 12 9 Jua n Lun a tion earthquak e fire earthquak e shock war riots civi l commotio n an d typhoo n Pear l Assuranc e Co. Ltd. Britis h Fire workmen' s compensation light Perez-Samanill o Bldg ning storm flood earthquake ex plosion wate r damage spontaneou s combustion burglary theft war riots civi l commotion s an d aircraf t Phoeni x Assuranc e Co. Ltd. Britis h Fire marine lightning typhoon flood, 1 0 Sa n Gabriel ; 17 8 Jua n Luna ; earthquake accident workmen' s 21 2 Marque s d e Comilla s compensation rio t an d civi l commo tion explosion war volcani c eruption tida l wave los s o f rents sicknes s an d disease employers liability moto r car thunderbolt burglary house breaking larceny theft propert y damage an d thir d part y liabilit y Prudentia l Assuranc e Co. Ltd. Britis h Fir e 55 Rosari o Roya l Insuranc e Co. Ltd. Britis h Fire marine moto r car earthquak e 55 Rosario ; 97 9 Muell e d e l a Industri a shock workmen' s compensation acci den t an d health earthquak e fire plat e glass lif t an d liabilit y t o publi c Samaran g Se a an d Fir e Insuranc e Co. Ltd. Jav anes e Fire marine workmen' s compensation 17 8 Jua n Lun a earthquake tida l wave flood moto r car lightning wa r risks riot s an d civi l commotions typhoon accident sicknes s an d plat e glas s Scottis h Unio n an d Nationa l Insuranc e Co. British .Fir e Chac o Bldg Se a Insuranc e Co. Ltd. Britis h Fire marine accident typhoon earth Perez-Samanill o Bldg quake moto r car persona l baggage war riots civi l commotion maliciou s damag e an d workmen' s compen satio n Sout h Britis h Insuranc e Co. Ltd. Britis h Fir e an d marin e Hongkon g Ban k Bldg Su n Insuranc e Office Ltd. Britis h Fire marine lightning typhoon flood 1 0 Sa n Gabriel ; 34 3 T Pinpin ; earthquake moto r car workmen' s Nationa l Cit y Ban k Bldg • compensation persona l accident sick ness disease volcani c eruption tida l wave los s o f rents persona l baggage rio t an d civi l commotion an d wa r Su n Lif e Assuranc e Co o f Canada Canadian. .Lif e Heacoc k Bldg Switzerlan d Genera l Insuranc e Co. Ltd. Swiss—Fir e an d marin e 55 Rosari o

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6 6 COMMERCIAL HANDBOOK Taish o Marin e an d Fir e Insuranc e Co. Ltd. Jap anes e Fire marine transportation moto r Nationa l Cit y Ban k Bldg ca r an d persona l acciden t Thame s an d Merse y Marin e Insuranc e Co. Ltd. Britis h Marin e Nationa l Cit y Ban k Bldg Toki o Marin e an d Fir e Insuranc e Co. Ltd. Jap anes e Fir e an d marin e Perez-Samanill o Bldg. ; Nationa l Cit y Ban k Bldg Unio n Fire Acciden t an d Genera l Insuranc e Co. French. .'... Fir e Nationa l Cit y Ban k Bldg Unio n Insuranc e Societ y o f Canton Ltd. Britis h .Fire marin e an d casualt y (excep t 17 4 Jua n Luna ; Mont e d e Pieda d Bldg. ; moto r car workmen' s compensa Nationa l Cit y Ban k Bldg tion an d sicknes s an d disease ) Worl d Auxiliar y Corporation The Britis h Marin e 17 4 Jua n Lun a Yant.sz e Insuranc e Association Ltd. Britis h Fire marine accident typhoon earth 15 5 Aviles ; Perez-Samanill o Bldg quake moto r car persona l baggage war riot s an d civi l commotion maliciou s damag e an d consequentia l los s Yokoham a Fir e an d Marin e • Insuranc e Co. Ltd. Japanes e Fir e an d marin e 17 4 Jua n Lun a Yorkshir e Insuranc e Co. Ltd. Britis h Fire moto r ca r an d workmen' s com Chac o Bldg pensatio n ORIGIN A TORlOFiTIIE REPTIL E LEATHE R INDUSTR Y i n th e PHILIPPINE S WHOLESAL E R WEIDEMANN Leathe r Chemis t Formerl y 20 0 Alhambr a RETAI L Ladie s purses Cigarette-Cases Lighters Car d Cases Bill-folds Bridgepads Ladie s an d Gent' s belts Overnigh t suit-case s Coinpurses-Watc h bands Ridin g crops Walkin g sticks etc. mad e o f Genuin e Rep til e Leathe r (Snake Lizard Crocodile etc. ) Bu y 100 % Philippine-made-product s W e ar e als o exporter s o f ra w an d tanne d reptil e skin s t o al l part s o f th e Worl d 2 8 Dewe y Boulevard—Opposit e th e Elk s Clu b nex t t o Mirama r Buildin g Tel 2-39-2 7 MANILA P I P O Bo x 291 1 I n answerin g advertisements pleas e mentio n thi s Carniva l Commercia l Handboo k

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PHILIPPINE CARNIVAL ASSOCIATION 6 7 NEWSPAPER S AN D PUBLICATION S Revise d u p t o Augus t 31 193 4 MANIL A Name of Publication Language Agricultura l Lif e Englis h America n Chambe r o f Commerc e Journal..Englis h America n Oldtime r Englis h Amig o de l Puebl o Span.-Tag.-Iloeano. Bagui o Iloco s Pres s Eng.-Ilocan o Balen In g Pampang o Beautie s Englis h Bico l Courie r Eng.-Span.-Bicol Bisay a Visaya n (Cebuano) Bisay a Ilong o Boleti n d e l a Camar a d e Comerci o Es panol a Spanis h Boleti n Eclesiastic o d e Filipina s Spanis h Builder Th e Englis h Bulleti n o f th e Sa n Jua n d e Dio s Hospital Th e Tag.-Span.-En g Cabletow Th e English-Spanish. Oapampangan In g Pampang o Campu s Leader Th e Englis h Catandugnano n Eng.-Bico l Catimawan In g Pampang o Chines e Commercia l New s Chines e Chines e Dail y Bulleti n Chines e Colleg e Magazin e Englis h Columbian Th e Englis h Commerc e English-Spanis h Commercia l Philippines English-Spanis h Comercio E l Englis h Constructio n Englis h Courier Th e English Cultur a Socia l Spanis h Dangadan g Spanish-Ilocano... Dama g t i Pagarian T i Ilocan o Dawn Th e Englis h Debate E l (on e o f D-M-H-M) Spanis h De e Tee s Englis h Defensa L a English-Spanis h ... Diari o d e Sesione s English-Spanis h ... Diocesa n Chronicle Th e Englis h Eco s English-Spanish... Emancipator Th e Englis h Excelsio r Spanis h Fa r Easter n Affair s Eng.-Span.-Tagalog Fa r Easter n Freemason Th e .Englis h Fia t Lu x .Englis h Filipinas Tagalo g Filipin o Denta l Journa l Englis h Filipin o Nurse Th e Englis h Firesid e Magazin e Englis h Fookie n Times Th e Chines e Governmen t Employees Th e English-Spanis h Graphic Englis h Gree n an d Whit e Englis h Guidon Th e Englis h Healt h Messenger Th e English-Spanish . Hiwag a Tagalo g Iioja s d e Catecism o Spanish ; Hom e Englis h Ilaw An g Tagalo g Ila w n g Pagkakais a Tagalog-Spanish. lirculaHon 4,00 0 1,00 0 1,00 0 20,00 0 50 0 1,00 0 50 0 3,40 0 6,20 0 4,99 2 35 0 1,50 0 2,50 0 80 0 7,50 0 8,00 0 3,00 0 1,20 0 6,78 5 5,91 7 3,00 0 9,21 5 1,00 0 1,50 0 1,04 0 2,77 9 2,03 4 1,30 0 1,00 0 8,80 0 1,59 6 1,00 0 18,12 9 1,00 0 2,57 0 1,00 0 85 0 2,70 0 1,00 0 2,30 0 4,14 5 1,90 0 2,00 0 3,00 0 44 0 32 0 1,00 0 5,55 0 16,20 8 18,50 0 1,50 0 1,50 0 1,00 0 6,50 0 1,36 0 4,82 0 1,00 0 35 0 Frequency of Issues Monthl y Monthl y Monthl y Monthl y Fortnightl y Weekl y Monthl y Fortnightl y Weekl y Weekl y Monthl y Monthl y Monthl y Monthl y Monthl y Fortnightl y Bi-monthl y Semi-monthl y Fortnightl y Dail y Dail y Monthl y Monthl y Monthl y Monthl y Dail y Monthl y Monthl y Monthl y Weekl y Monthl y Monthl y Dail y Fortnightl y Weekl y Dail y Monthl y Monthl y Monthl y Ever y 1 0 day s Weekl y Monthl y Monthl y Weekl y Monthl y Quarterl y Monthl y Dail y Monthl y Weekl y Quarterl y Fortnightl y Monthl y Weeid y Weekl y Monthl y Weekl y Bi-Monthl y

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6 8 COMMERCIAL IjANDBOO K Iloeo s Times Eng.-Span.-Ilocano. Internationa l Journa l o f Lepros y Englis h Journa l o f th e P I Medica l Association. .Spanish-Englis h ... Journa l o f th e Philippin e Pharmaceutica l Associatio n Spanish-English... Jurisprudence Englis h Katipuna n Financ e Revie w Englis h Khak i an d Re d Englis h Kon g L i Po The. Chines e L a Salite Th e Englis h Lawyer' s Leagu e Journa l English-Spanis h ... Letra n News, Th e English-Spanis h ... Liwavway Tagalo g Mabuha y (on e o f D-M-H-M ) Tagalo g Mabutin g Balita Au g Tagalo g Marnera Tagalog-Spanish. Manil a Dail y Bulletin Th e Englis h Manil a Eagl e Englis h Manil a Socia l Ar t .Eng.-Span.-Tagalog Medic o Denta l Diges t ..Englis h Mispa . .Tagalo g Monda y Mad Th e (on e o f D-M-H-M ) .Englis h Monthl y Bulleti n o f th e Philippin e Healt h Servic e Englis h National Th e Englis h Nationa l Christia n Counci l Bulleti n Englis h Natura l an d Applie d Scienc e Bulletin.. .Englis h Ne w Chin a Herald Th e Chines e Officia l Gazette English-Spanis h ... Opinion L a Spanis h Ou r School s Englis h Paliha n Tagalog-Pampang o Paraluman Au g Tagalo g Pharos Th e Englis h ( Philippin e Broadcas t an d Radio Digest .Englis h Philippin e Collegia n Englis h Philippin e Evangelis t Englis h Philippine s Fre e Pres s English-Spanish... Philippine s Herald Th e (on e o f D -M-H-M ) Englis h Philippin e Intercollegiat e Pres s Englis h Philippin e Journa l o f Agricultur e Englis h Philippin e Journa l o f Anima l Industry .Englis h Philippin e Journa l o f Commerc e Englis h Philippin e Journa l o f Educatio n Englis h Philippin e Journa l o f Scienc e Englis h Philippin e Liberal Th e English-Spanish . Philippin e La w Journa l Englis h Philippin e Machiner y Journal English. Philippin e Magazine Englis h Philippin e Minin g New s Englis h Philippin e Missionar y Englis h Philippin e Moto r Revie w Englis h Philippin e Observe r Englis h Philippin e Poultr y Journa l Englis h Philippin e Socia l Art s Englis h Philippin e Socia l Scienc e Revie w Englis h Philippin e Teacher' s Diges t Englis h Philippin e Tourin g Topic s Englis h Philippin e Woman' s Magazin e Englis h Philippine s Englis h Pleader Th e Englis h Publi c Speaker Th e English. Reader s Monthly Th e Englis h Revist a Filipin a d e Medicin a y Farmaci a .Spanis h Risin g Filipina Th e English-Spanish . Sakda l Tag.-Span.-En g Sampaguit a Tagalo g Sari-Sar i Tagalo g 11,51 2 Bi-Monthl y 37 2 Quarterl y 65 0 Monthl y 65 0 50 0 2,50 0 20,24 8 7,48 3 1,40 0 1,00 0 1,00 0 70,55 0 21,49 2 1,00 0 3,00 0 8,78 7 1,00 0 1,50 0 80 0 1,28 3 42,62 1 1,68 5 5,00 0 1,70 0 50 0 7,53 9 2,56 8 12,22 1 5,00 0 5,00 0 20,00 0 50 0 7,00 0 5,00 0 60 0 19,60 0 23,74 1 8,50 0 1,00 0 1,00 0 1,02 5 10,50 0 1,04 3 3,00 0 50 0 2,00 0 6,50 0 3,00 0 1,40 0 2,00 0 1,70 5 2,00 0 1,00 0 80 0 2,50 0 2,45 2 1,00 0 1,00 0 1,00 0 1,00 0 2,50 0 50 0 2,00 0 8,30 2 6,10 0 1,50 0 Bi-monthl y Fortnightl y Monthl y Monthl y Dail y Fortnightl y Monthl y Monthl y Weekl y Dail y Monthl y Dail v Dail y Monthl y Monthl y Monthl y Twic e a mont h Weekl y Monthl y Twic e a mont h Bi-monthl y Quarterl y Dail y 3 time s a wee k Dail y Monthl y Bi-monthl y Weekl y Monthl y Monthl y Weekl y Weekl y Weekl y Dail y Fortnightl y Quarterl y Bi-monthl y Monthl y Monthl y Monthl y Monthl y Monthl y Monthl y Monthl y Monthl y Bi-monthl y Monthl y Monthl y Monthl y Monthl y Quarterl y Monthl y Monthl y Monthl y Monthl y Monthl y Quarterl y Monthl y Monthl y Monthl y Weekl y Weekl y Monthl y

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PHILIPPINE CARNIVAL ASSOCIATION 6 9 Schoo l New s Review Th e English. Sho-Ko-Simp o Japanes e Sinem a Tagalo g Song s an d Show s English. Sport s Review Th e Englis h Stockma n an d Farmer Th e English Student Th e English-Tagalog Suga r New s English-Spanish Sul u n g Kristiano An g English-Tagalog Tabuno n Visaya n Tagumpa y Tagalog . . Talib a Tagalo g Tanglaw An g Tagalo g Toda y Englis h Timbanga n Pampango Torch Th e EnglishT Torre s Torch Th e Englis h Trabaj o Spanish Tribune Th e Englis h Tribune Th e (Sunday ) Englis h Union English-Spanis h Unita s English-Spanish Universit y Alumnu s English-Spanish Vanguard Th e Chines e Vanguardia L a Spanis h Varsitarian Th e English-Spanish Volunteer Th e Tag.-Eng.-Span Weekl y Time s Chines e Welfar e Advocate Th e Englis h Woman' s Hom e Journa l English-Spanish. I N TH E PROVINCE S Legaspi, Albay— Herald o Bico l Spanish-Bico l Mensajer o Evangelico An g Bicol-Englis h Parabareta A n Bico l 400,00 0 93 8 2,23 0 3,35 2 3,10 5 50 0 5,10 0 1,50 0 1,20 0 6,00 0 3,00 0 24,00 9 1,50 0 7,50 0 9,65 0 1,00 0 2,10 0 1,00 0 15,79 2 31,70 5 5,00 0 3,50 0 3,50 0 5,30 0 13,60 6 4,00 0 80 0 2,26 5 1,50 0 6,00 0 Lipa, Batangas— Kayumangg i Tagalog Panglao, Bohol— Cabugason An g Visaya n Tagbilaran, Bohol— Lanug An g Visayan Lungsod An g Visayan Yutan g Natawhan An g Visayan Aparrif Cagayan— Time c t i Amiana n Ilocano Tuguegarao, Cagayan— Verda d Eng.-Span.-Ibanag Naga, Camarines Sur— Agent' s Bulletin Th e Eng.-Span.-Bico l Bicolandi a Span.-Eng.-Bico l Bico l Pionee r English-Bicol Bico l Star Th e English-Bicol Tingu g ni n Banuaa n Eng.-Span.-Bico l Capiz, Capiz—' Th e Mediato r English-Visayan Weekl y Visitor Th e English-Spanis h CebUf Cebu— Advertiser Th e Englis h Aton g Kabilin An g Visaya n Semi-monthl y 3 time s a wee k Monthl y Monthl y 2 time s a wee k Monthl y Monthl y Monthl y Monthl y Weekl y Weekl y Dail y Monthl y Fortnightl y Twic e a mont h Weekl y Monthl y Monthl y Dail y Sunda y Weekl y Weekl y Quarterl y Dail y Dail y Fortnightl y Monthl y Weekl y Bi-monthl y Monthl y 60 0 41 0 6,00 0 3,50 0 2,80 0 1,00 0 1,00 0 70 0 1,00 0 88 0 70 0 1,50 0 1,26 0 2,16 2 80 0 50 0 1,30 0 3,81 0 1,20 0 Weekl y Monthl y Weekl y Weekl y Weekl y Weekl y Weekl y Weekl y Weekl y Weekl y Monthl y Weekl y Weekl y Weekl y Weekl y Weekl y Weekl y Daily Weekl y

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7 0 COMMERCIAL IjANDBOO K Babay e Visaya n Bagon g Kuso g Visayan Boletf n Catdlic o English-Spanis h Eagle Englis h Freeman Th e Visaya n Junio r Collegian Th e Englis h Kutta Au g Visaya n Nasud Visaya n Precursor El Spanis h Progres s Englis h Revolution La ... Spanis h Visayanian Th e English 8,00 0 10,97 5 1,50 0 9,73 6 2,04 3 50 0 1,00 0 4,50 0 2,00 0 2,00 0 2,14 6 1,00 0 Weekl y Weekl y Weekl y Weekl y Weekl y Fortnightl y 2 time s a wee k Weekl y Twic e a wee k Weekl y Dail y Monthl y Bantatjy Ilocos Sur— Binulon g Ng a Agtayab .Ilocan o 1,60 0 Weekl y Sinait, Ilocos SurAnnaraa r Ilocano Vigan t Ilocos SurIlocandi a News Mensajero El. Sila w T i Ili.. Iloiloy Iloilo— Agustinia n Mirror The Balita w Centinela E l Kabikahan An g Makinaugalingo n Manugbantala Ang... Panahon An g Pear l o f th e Orient... Prens a Libr e Tiempo E l Times Th e Tribuna L a Ylang-Ylan g 80 0 Fortnightl y Eng.-llocano-Span. 80 0 Ever y 1 0 day s 3,00 0 Weekl y 1,00 0 Monthl y English-Spanis h ... 50 0 Monthl y .Visaya n 1,13 1 Twic e a mont h Spanis h 2,30 0 Dail y Visaya n 5,00 0 Weekl y Visaya n 1,50 0 Twic e a wee k Visaya n 80 0 Monthl y .Visaya n 1,07 0 Dail y .Englis h 80 0 Quarterl y Spanis h 1,05 2 Dail y .Spanis h 4,70 0 Dail y .Englis h 2,39 0 Dail y Spanis h 3,05 6 Dail y Visaya n 7,79 5 Weekl y JarOy Iloilo— Bulleti n o f th e Centra l Philippin e Col leg e Kabuh i San g Banu a Ilagan, Isabela— Anten a de l Valle L a Englis h Visayan-Spanish. Agricultural College, Laguna'Philippin e Agriculturist. .Eng.-Span.-Iloc. Ibana g San Fernando y La Union— Advance Th e Dagit i Naimba g a Dama g ke n t i Dala n t i Cappi a Dansalan, Lanao— Lana o Progres s .Englis h Englis h Ilocano-English Maasin, Leyte— Atalaya La .English-Maramag. .Spanish-Visayan. Ta,cloban } Leyte— Leytenean The. Leyt e News The English English Oroquieta t Occ. Misamis— Dakun g Bahandi Ang Mabinian The Visaya n English-Visayan. 60 0 Bi-monthl y 2,50 0 Monthl y 95 0 Weekl y 1,20 0 Monthl y 72 4 Monthl y 3,21 7 Weekl y 1,62 4 Fortnightl y 34 6 Ever y 1 0 day s 83 0 Monthl y 1,20 0 Monthl y 87 0 Weekl y 50 0 Monthl y

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PHILIPPINE CARNIVAL ASSOCIATION 7 1 Cagayan, Or. MisamisKatarungan An g . Spanish-Visa y an Mambajao, Or. MisamisTingu g s a Lungso d . Visayan Baguioj Mt. Province— Littl e Apostl e o f the Mt Province. ..English. Misionero E l Spanish Misionero In g Pampa n go Visita L a Ilocano. Cabanatuan, Nueva Ecija— Granary Th e .English Bacolod, Occ. Negros— Civism o Spanis h Kabisay-a n Visa y a n Philateli c Bulleti n English-Spanis h Tingu g n i Jua n d e l a Cru z English-Visaya n Visaya s Visayan-English Isabelcij Occ. Negros— Banaa g 2,03 6 Weekl y 51 6 Weekl y 3,75 0 Monthl y 1,65 0 Monthl y 8,50 0 Monthl y 1,23 0 Monthl y 87 1 Monthl y 5,19 4 8,00 0 1,05 5 1,50 0 1,60 0 Dail y Weekl y Quarterl y Weekl y Fortnightl y .Visaya n 10,56 0 Weekl y Silay, Occ. NegrosTh e Chinese. .English 30 0 -Monthl y Dumaguete f Or. Negros— Dumaguet e Pres s Visaya n Kuso g S a Katarunga n Vis.-Eng.-Span.. Mg a Pagtulona n s a Escuel a Dominicial Visaya n Orienta l Negro s Chronicl e ..Visayan-English Philippin e Presbyteria n Englis h Sillimanian Th e Englis h Sillima n Institut e Bulleti n Englis h Sudlo n EnglishV i sa y an 60 0 1,00 0 1,20 0 2,00 0 1,00 0 1,00 0 4,15 0 2,00 0 Weekl y Weekl y Quarterl y Twic e a mont h Quarterl y Fortnightl y Quarterl y Weekl y Angeles, Pampanga— Cabbling In g Pampango 3,89 1 Weekl y San Fernando, Pampanga Catala In g Dacl a Nin g Catutuan In g Pampang o Katipunan In g Pampang o Katiwala In g ~ Pampangan Th e ...English .Pampang o 2,20 0 70 0 85 0 Pampang o 1,34 0 1,00 0 Bayambang, Pangasinan— Reflector The English Weekl y W eekl y Weekl y Weekl y Twic e a mont h 1,00 0 Monthl y Dagupan f Pangasinan— Managitonto n Pangasina n 1,00 0 Pangasina n Revie w Englis h 1,50 0 Sile w Pangasina n 1,00 0 Tonun g Pangasina n ....... 1,50 0 Twic e a mont h Weekl y Monthl y Weekl y Lingayen, Pangasinan— Agn o Valle y Times Kabuntatal a Vocationa l Observer .Englis h 4,50 0 Weekl y Pangasina n .English 7,00 0 Monthl y 1,50 0 Monthl y

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7 2 COMMERCIAL HANDBOOK Manaoag, Pmigasinan— Banwa d Letaka n Pangasina n Lioao a Pangasina n Calbayog, Samar— Ec o d e Sama r y Leyt e Spanish . Catarman, Samar— Pioneer Th e English CaAaisgmi t Samar— Samarifian Th e Englis h Tahitaii g English-Visayan. M flfakw, Rizal— M C I Pen 'Th e .Englis h Surigm 3 Stirigao— Siirigaono.n l English-Visayan. Tariuc, Tarlac— Meltin g Pot Th e Englis h Sadiri English-Ilocan o Liteena, Tayabas-— Rostrum The Eng.-Span.-Tagalog Zamboanga, Zamboanga— Criterio El. : . English-Spanis h ... Mindana o Herald Th e Englis h 60 0 Weekl y 1,11 5 Weekl y 50 0 Weekl y 50 0 Monthl y 60 0 Monthl y 1,00 0 Weekl y 2,00 0 Monthl y 1,50 0 Monthl y 1,20 0 Monthl y 10,00 0 Weekl y 50 0 Fortnightl y 3,17 2 Twic e a wee k 2,20 0 Weekl y TH E EARNSHAW S DOCK S 8 B HONOLUL U IRO N WORK S OPERATIN G Marin e Slipway Machin e Shop Foundr y an d Merchandis e Departmen t CARRYIN G STOCK S O F Marin e an d Stationar y Engines Ric e Huller s an d Threshers Sa w Mil l Equipment Electri c Ligh t Plants Minin g Equipment Tractors an d Agricultura l Machinery OFFICE S AN D WORK S 60-11 8 Secon d Street Por t A^e a MANIL A P O Bo x 28 2 Tel 2-32-1 3 Branc h Offic e Bacolod Occ Neg I n answerin g advertisements pleas e mentio n thi s Carniva l Commercia l Handboo k

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PHILIPPINE CARNIVAL ASSOCIATION 7 3 LIS T O F BROKER S LICENSE D B Y TH E BUREA U O F COMMERC E FRO M JANUAR Y T O AUGUST 193 4 EXCHANG E American-Orienta l Financ e Corp. 5t h Floor Samanill o Bldg An g Lim 528-53 0 T Pinpi n An g Tia n Su 11 7 Rosari o Cha i Nghia 80 9 Jabonero s Cha n Cuan 42 8 Poblet e Chu a Siong 53 8 Nuev a Chun g Te 91 7 Clave l C o Ch i Yao 110 5 Sa n Fernand o C o Hua 81 4 Jabonero s C o Jiengco 23 3 Ongpi n C o Kia o & Company 112 5 Sta Elen a Chan g Tin 44 9 Nuev a Chu a S y Quiat Enriqu e Santos 110 7 Sa n Fernand o C o Mac 49 1 Jua n Lun a Cook Donal d A (Sub-Agent) P O Bo x 76 5 C o Kay 53 7 Sto Crist o Cruz Sixt o d e la 41 0 Gandar a D y Siong 43 4 Nuev a Fon g Sim 23 0 T Pinpi n Fua Poti n V. 51 0 T Pinpi n G o Cola v & Co. 31 4 Nuev a G o Pin 51 0 Echagu e Ha o Pia o Chay 38 9 Jua n Lun a Hair Littl e & Picornell P O Bo x 147 9 Kh o Che e Seng 44 0 Sto Crist o Kua n Low 41 7 Poblet e L i Bo c Toe 51 4 Morione s Li m H e & Co. 56 5 Sto Crist o Li m Pee 21 3 Sole r Li m Wun 50 8 Dasmarina s La m Chion g Exchang e d e Cabrer a & Co. 103 8 Comerci o L u Songhap Roma n F. 40 6 Ongpi n Mackay Gordo n W (Sub-Agent) 30-3 2 Escolt a N g He 27 3 Jua n Lun a N g Tie n Chong 62 7 Magdalen a Ng o Tai 54 0 Magdalen a On g Chen g Hoa 31 9 Dasmarina s On g Ko k Bian 51 1 M d e Binond o On g Tia n Sy 94 8 Jabonero s On g Bu n Kim 37 8 Sto Crist o Qu e H o Yeg 7 Rent a Santos Ananias 23 6 T Pinpi n Sa w Sian 347-34 9 Sto Crist o Se e Guiao 42 8 Sto Crist o S i Sieng 92 1 Sa n Nicola s Siodico Francisco 40 9 Nuev a S o Pi t Huy 22 1 Sto Crist o Swan Culbertso n & Fritz 1 6 Escolt a S y Kiam Ignacio 63 6 Tabor a S y Juy 21 7 Sto Crist o Se e Ho 63 6 Tabor a Si n Win g & Co. 32 1 Claveri a S o Pi t Hu y & S o K i Chiong 22 1 Sto Crist o S y Chian 111 4 Sta Elen a Ta n Bu n Pin 91 5 Sa n Fernand o Ta y Hon g Iloat 13 8 Rosari o Ta n It 23 0 Carvaja l Ta n Lay 36 1 Uang-Ilan g Ta n Kiang Eduard o de l Rosario 61 5 T Alons o Ta n Tiong 110 2 Sa n Fernand o Ta n D e Jua 54 5 Nuev a T e chen g Tiong 22 3 Ongpi n Ta n En g Gee 216-21 8 Sa n Vicent e U y Pu e Chay 50 3 T Pinpi n Won g Nin g & Co. Inc. 73 5 Misericordi a Wo o Chengchim James 51 7 Riza l Ave Woon g Lam 40 6 Sto Crist o Yan g Kong 31 9 Claveri a Ya p Si u Tan 18 2 Yangc o Marke t Y e Owa Antonio 40 9 Elcan o Ying Wing 70 7 Jabonero s Y u J e Co. 219-22 1 Gandar a STOC K AN D BON D BROKER S American-Orienta l Financ e Corp. 5t h Floor Samanill o Bldg Aquino Fermi n (Sub-Agent) 11 7 Crysta l Arcad e Bengue t Stoc k Brokerage Inc. Stoc k o r Bon d Buesse W H. 12 5 Crysta l Arcad e Centra l Brokerag e Co. Inc. 11 8 T Pinpi n Clifford Willia m D. (Sub-Agent) 13 0 V Map a Cook Donal d A (Sub-Agent) P O Bo x 76 5 Chastek J W. 12 3 Crysta l Arcad e Chapman Dor a E C (Sub-Agent) 13 0 Crysta l Arcad e Chuidian Conrado 12 4 Crysta l Arcad e Canson John 20 4 Crysta l Arcad e Dean Harr y W (Sub-Agent) 13 0 Crysta l Arcad e Elzingre August o (Sub-Agent) 11 7 Crysta l Arcad e Escueta August o L. 33 4 Crysta l Arcad e Gonzales Ciprian o S (Sub-Agent) 30-3 2 Escolt a Goo Joh n E (Sub-Agent) 13 0 Crysta l Arcad e Guevarra Eduard o F. 21 5 Crysta l Arcad e Gutierre z Saenz Francisco 9 Plaz a Morag a Haley J Cletu s (Sub-Agent) 5t h Floor Samanill o Bldg Hair Littl e & Picornell P O Bo x 147 9 Harris Ann a (Sub-Agent) 30-3 2 Escolt a Klotz Sergiu s (Sub-Agent) Manil a Hote l Ledesma Paclfico 60 4 Heacoc k Bldg Levy Bon a Col e (Sub-Agent) P O Bo x 206 0 Lopez Benit o H. 22 1 Crysta l Arcad e Marciana Migue l de 12 2 Crysta l Arcad e Martinez Maria 3 6 Plaz a Morag a Macleod Alexande r K (Sub-Agent) P.O Bo x 147 0 Mackay Gordo n W (Sub-Agent) 30-3 2 Escolt a

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7 4 COMMERCIAL IjANDBOO K Moreno Jos e (Moren o Securitie s Co.) 20 7 Crysta l Arcad e Navarro Ravmund o F (Sub-Agent) 20 6 Regin a Bldg Nielson L R. 11 0 Escolt a Ocampo Ramo n de 115A Crysta l Arcad e Ovejer o Gante Jesus Insula r Lif e Bldg Pujalt e Lavin Miguel 11 0 Crysta l Arcad e Park Arthu r Broo k (Sub-Agent) 5t h Floor Samanill o Bldg Philipps Gilber t D (Sub-Agent) 5t h Floor Samanill o Bldg Pujalte Miguel 3 Plaz a Morag a Reye s Ayala Jose 11 0 Crysta l Arcad e Reyes Francisco 2 0 Plaz a Morag a Reich Berth a Harri s (Sub-Agent) 21 0 Crysta l Arcad e Saburi t Viladin Migue l (Sub-Agent) 30-3 2 Escolt a Swan Culbertso n & Fritz 1 6 Escolt a Schnurmacher Inc. Leo 6 7 Jua n Lun a MERCHANDIS E BROKER S A & F Co. Inc. 61 8 M d e Banc o Naciona l Aguad o Hermanos 10 3 Balme s Atkins Krol l & Co. Inc. Insula r Lif e Bldg American-Orienta l Financ e Corp. 5t h Floor Samanill o Bldg AxSiati c Commercia l Corp. 14 3 Jua n Lun a Anderso n & Co. Inc. Wm H. P O Bo x 59 6 Barr Ronal d W. (Sub-Agent) 1 0 Sa n Gabrie l Bermude z & Bautista 5 Sa n Gabrie l Bundoc Aniceta 66 1 Velasquez Tond o Bunnin g & Co. Inc. 135-16 5 Felip e II Bennett Inc. P M.—P O Bo x 98 3 Cla Gra b d e Tab d e Filipinas 21 2 M d e Comilla s Connel l Bros. Ltd. 623-62 4 Insula r Lif e Bldg Couto Manuel Fernande z Bldg Christer n Huenefel d & Co. Inc. 71 1 Roma n Cochran Donal d Llewelly n (Sub-Agent) Insula r Lif e Bldg Cook Donal d A (Sub-Agent) P O Bo x 76 5 Cha m Samc o & Sons 300-30 8 Sto Crist o Eugenio Leonardo 43 1 Camb a Daid o Boek i Kaisha Ltd. Insula r Lif e Bldg D y Bunci o & Co. Inc. P O Bo x 147 7 Detzer Limn s Willia m (Sub-Agent) In sula r Lif e Bldg De e Hon g Lu e & Co. Inc. 94 0 Jua n Lun a D u Hu n Ting 34 2 Camb a Edwar d J Nel l Co. The 68 0 Dasmarina s Espinosa Donato 3 Gregori o de l Pilar Intramuro s Elmac Inc. 62 7 Ave Riza l E l Dorad o Oi l Works 31 8 Nationa l Cit y Ban k Bldg Fukuvam a & Co. Inc. 12 9 Jua n Lun a Garcia Narcis o A. 97 5 Benavide s G S Yuil l & Co. Ltd. 503-51 1 Echagu e Graber H. 15 3 Jua n Lun a Greg g Company Ltd. The P O Bo x 11 7 Guzman Fortunat o de 2 0 Herbosa Tond o Hair Littl e & Picornell P O Bo x 147 9 Hall, Whippl e S & Co. Inc. Sole r & Felip e I I Hanson Ort h & Stevenson Inc. Chac o Bldg Heras Vicent e A. 24 1 Barcelon a Internationa l Harveste r Co. Chac o Bldg I Beck Inc. P O Bo x 44 0 J M Glaiserman Inc. 13 9 Jua n Lun a Kelle r & Co. Ltd. P O Bo x 31 3 Ke r & Co. 1 0 Sa n Gabrie l Kischinchan d & Co (L e Bo n March e Co.) 61 2 C u Unjien g Bldg Kuenzl e & Streiff Inc. 34 3 T Pinpi n Lawyers Cooperativ e Publishin g Co. 43 0 Avenid a Riza l Li m Sea m & Co. 91 2 Sa n Nicola s Li m Tia o Lam 57 2 Rein a Regent e Livestoc k Marketin g Assn. Inc. 52 1 Caler o Libby McNeil l & Libb y (Phil. ) Inc. P O Bo x 163 9 L i Sen g Gia p & Co. 12 9 M d e Binond o Mak i Jiro 6 Ingres o Maner u & Co. Inc. 2 1 Plaz a Morag a Mariano Toribio 96 6 Bilba o Martens Hellmut h (Sub-Agent) 15 3 Jua n Lun a Mulle r & Phipps 32 8 Nationa l Cit y Ban k Bldg Mayer Arthu r Pichard 31 7 Samanill o Bldg Macondra y & Co. Inc. Chin a Ban k Bldg Manil a Machiner y an d Suppl y Co. Inc. 67 5 Dasmarina s N g Ma o Sing 41 1 T Pinpi n Orio Joaquin P O Bo x 224 6 Pacifi c Commercia l Co. Nationa l Cit y Ban k Bldg Parsons Chick 30 8 Nationa l Cit y Ban k Bldg Philippin e Automotiv e Corporation 12 3 Jua n Lun a Philippin e Engineerin g Corporation 10 9 Plaz a Sta Cru z Protzen Max 4 2 Dasmariha s Park Arthu r Broo k (Sub-Agent) 5t h Floor Samanill o Bldg Presby Allen 70 3 Insula r Lif e Bldg Philippin e Manufacturin g Co. 24 4 Davi d Philippin e Re d Lumbe r Co. Inc. 90 4 Jua n Lun a Ramo s d e Payad Severina 10 8 Nicodemu s Ri o y Olabarrieta 61 3 Sa n Fernand o Rosa Ramo n d e la 41 7 Velasque z Reyes Florencio 42 4 Azcarrag a Russell Joh n Joseph 8 M de l Banc o Naciona l Schwartz J L. Ileacoc k Bldg Standar d Brand s o f California 18 3 Davi d Si y Chuy 103 0 Comerci o Smith Bel l & Co. Ltd. Hongkon g Ban k Bldg Suria M M. 54 1 M de l Banc o Naciona l Shioj i & Asano P O Bo x 10 0 Swan Culbertso n & Fritz 1 6 Escolt a Steven s & Co. F II. 51 7 Dasmarina s Schmelkes Norber t W (Sub-Agent) 6 7 Jua n Lun a Schnurmacher Leo 6 7 Jua n Lun a

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PHILIPPINE CARNIVAL ASSOCIATION 7 5 Ta n Siabo 15 3 Jua n Lun a Trans-Pacifi c Tradin g Co. 30 7 Fernande z Bldg Ton g Biao 30 4 Nuev a Verlinden Michel, 5 0 Escolt a Villanueva Jua n v S o Chuian 10 5 P C d e l a Barc a Warrington R O. 40 9 Sa n Vicent e Warner Barne s & Co. Ltd. P O Bo x 29 4 West Thoma s Mark Fernande z Bldg West Inc. T M. 50 4 Fernande z Bldg Wes t & Whitaker 22 7 Davi d Werde r & Co. Ltd. 6 Ingres o Walters Edwar d C. Chac o Bldg Wis e & Co. 17 4 Jua n Lun a Ya p Pio 11 4 Elcan o Ye k Hu a Tradin g Corp. 12 9 Jua n Lun a Y u Joaqui n & Co. 21 9 Sa n Vicent e Yutiv o Son s Hardwar e Co. 40 4 Dasma rina s Ysmae i & Co. Inc. Juan 34 5 Echagu e Zavala Aquilino 83 0 Sto Crist o Zingg Euge n O (Sub-Agent) Insula r Lif e Bldg SHI P BROKER S Albano Raymund o R. 60 2 Constanci a Asiati c Petroleu m Co (P I.) Ltd. Hong kon g Ban k Bldg America n Expres s Co. Inc. 9 5 Plaz a Morag a America n Steamshi p Agencies Inc. P O Bo x 300 4 B d e Erquiaga Inc. 1 6 Iloga r Filipin o Bldg Cooper Alfre d D. P O Bo x 186 3 Chua h Suv Ramon 76 3 Sto Crist o Easter n Philippin e Shippin g Agency 8-1 2 Escolt a Elizald e Steamshi p Co. 80 1 M d e l a In dustri a Everett Inc. L. 22 3 Dasmarina s Figuera s Hermanos Inc. P O Bo x 17 9 Findla y Milla r Timbe r Co. P O Bo x 30 7 Garci a Palomar Oswaldo 29 6 Ayal a Boulevar d Gomi z Isquierdo Fernando Hoga r Filipin o Bldg HHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHMH E ft Hair Littl e & Picornell P O Bo x 147 9 Henderson A G (Sub-Agent) Chac o Bldg Huck Joh n William 60 7 Insula r Lif e Bldg Internationa l Harveste r Co. Chac o Bldg Ke r & Company, 1 0 Sa n Gabrie l La o Y e Co. 58 4 ARarad o Le e Heng 51 7 T Alons o Morton Charle s Villier s (Sub-Agent) 51 1 Masoni c Templ e R F L u Songhap 40 6 Ongpi n Roosevel t Steamshi p Agencv Inc. Chac o Bldg Schilling Joachi m W. c/ o Pacifi c Com mercia l Co Si y Con g Bien g & Co. Ltd. 12 3 Jua n Lun a Smith Bel l & Co. Ltd. Hongkon g Ban k Bldg Shigematsu Vuzuro, 43 6 Regido r W y Lia n Tan 231A Sole r Ta n Chon g Pin 92 1 Sa n Fernand o i W\ Compliments of 1 m m m i i i i i i [* i n i i m i ATENE O D E MANIL A 111 answerin g advertisements pleas e mentio n thi s Carniva l Commercia l Handboo k

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7 6 COMMERCIAL HANDBOOK PHILIPPINE CARNIVAL ASSOCIATION 7 7 STEAMSHI P LINE S OPERATIN G I N TH E PHILIPPIN E ISLANDS FOREIG N TRAD E Nam e o f Steamshi p Lin e America n Gulf-Orien t Line Th e (U S Gul f Ports-Manil a Serv. ) America n Mai l Line Th e ("President Trans.-Pac Liners ) America n an d Manchuria n Line Th e (U S Atlantic-Manil a Serv. ) America n Pionee r Line Th e (0 S Atlantic-Orien t Serv. ) Australian-Orienta l Line Th e (Australia-Manil a Service ) Ban k Line Th e (Around-the-Worl d Service ) Barbe r Line Th e (Outwar d fro m Ne w Yor k Only ) Barber-Wilhelmse n Line Th e (Retur n Servic e Only ) Be n Line Th e (Europe-Manil a Service ) Blu e Funne l Line Th e (Ne w York-Manil a Service ) Blu e Funne l Line Th e (Europe-Manil a Service ) Blu e Funne l I.ine Th e (Manila-China-Jana n Service ) Canadia n Pacifi c Steamship Ltd (Empies s Pacifi c Liners ) Chin a Navigatio n Compan y (Amoy-Manil a Service ) Do d well-Castl e Lin e (Retur n Servic e Only ) Dolla r Steamshi p Lines Inc. Ltd (Around-the-Worl d President'' ) Dolla r Steamshi p Lines Tnc. Ltd (Ne w York-Manil a Service ) Eas t Asiati c Co. Ltd. Th e (Europe-Fa r Eas t Service ) Eas t Asiati c Co. Ltd (U S Pacific-Orien t Service ) Easter n an d Australia n S S Co. Ltd (Australian-Orien t Service ) Ellerma n Line Th e (Europe-Manil a Service ) Fer n Line Th e (U S Atlanti c Gulf-Manil a Service ) "General Liners—Mon o Clas s (Pacifi c Coast-Manil a Service ) Gle n Line Limited Th e (Europe-Manil a Service ) Termina l Ports Route s an d Port s o f Cal l Unite d State s Gul f port s t o Manil a vi a Panama Chin a an d Japa n ports ; returnin g direc t vi a Sa n Pedr o Seattl e t o Manil a vi a Yokohama Kobe Shangha i an d Hongkong ; returnin g vi a sam e port s Ne w York Bosto n an d Baltimor e t o Manil a vi a Panam a returnin g vi a Chin a ports Singapor e an d Sue z Unite d State s Atlanti c port s t o Manil a vi a Panam a an d Honolulu ; returnin g vi a Hongkon g an d Shangha i Hongkon g t o Australia n port s vi a Manila ; return in g vi a Manil a Unite d State s Atlanti c Coas t port s t o Manil a vi a Panam a an d Sa n Francisco ; returnin g vi a Jav a an d Sue z Ne w Yor k t o Manil a vi a Panam a an d Lo s Angeles ; (returnin g a s Barber-Wilhelmse u an d Do d well Castl e Lines ) Manil a t o Ne w Yor k vi a Chin a an d Japa n ports Sa n Francisco Lo s Angele s an d Panam a (Barbe r Lin e outward ) Europea n port s t o Manil a vi a Suez ; thenc e t o Hongkong Shangha i an d Japa n port s an d re tur n t o Manil a Unite d State s Atlanti c Coas t port s t o Manil a vi a Panama ; returnin g t o Unite d State s Atlanti c Coas t port s vi a Sue z Britis h an d Europea n port s t o Manil a vi a Suez ; returnin g vi a Jav a ports Singapor e an d Sue z Manil a t o Hongkong Shanghai Kob e an d Yoko ham a an d retur n Vancouve r t o Manil a vi a Honolulu Japa n ports Shangha i an d Hongkong ; returnin g sam e rout e Manil a t o Amoy China an d retur n Manil a t o Ne w Yor k an d othe r Atlanti c port s vi a Sue z an d wa y port s (Barbe r Lin e outward ) Ne w Yor k t o Manil a vi a Panama Lo s Angeles Sa n Francisco Japan Chin a an d Hongkon g returnin g vi a Sue z Ne w Yor k t o Manil a vi a Havana Panama Lo s Angeles Sa n Francisco Honolulu Japa n an d Chin a port s an d retur n Nort h an d Sout h Europea n por t t o Manil a vi a Suez ; returnin g vi a Chin a an d Japa n port s an d Sue z Vancouver Seattle Sa n Francisc o an d Lo s Angele s t o Manil a direct ; returnin g t o sam e port s direc t Australia n port s t o Manila Chin a an d Japa n ports ; returnin g b y sam e rout e Britis h an d Nort h Europea n port s t o Manil a vi a Sue z an d wa y ports ; returnin g b y sam e rout e Unite d State s Atlanti c an d Gul f port s t o Manil a vi a Panam a an d Sa n Pedro ; returnin g sam e rout e Sa n Francisc o an d Portlan d t o Manil a vi a Japa n an d Chin a port s an d Hongkong ; returnin g b y sam e rout e Britis h an d Nort h Europea n port s t o Manil a vi a Sue z an d wa y ports ; returnin g vi a Sue z Sailing s Monthl y Fortnightl y Monthl y Monthl y Monthl y Monthl y Fortnightl y Monthl y Monthl y Monthl y Fortnightl y Monthl y Fortnightl y Ever y te n day s Monthl y Fortnightl y Fortnightl y Monthl y Monthl y Monthl y Monthl y Fortnightl y o r seasona l Ever y thre e week s Monthl y Clas s o f Servic e Philippin e Port s o f Cal l Manil a Agent s an d Addres s Genera l cargo Dee p tank s fo r oi l Manila lloilo Ceb u an d por t L Everett Incorporated U y Ye t Bldg Mail passengers genera l an d refrigerate d carg o Manil a onl y Rober t Dolla r Co. Th e Por t Are a an d Escolt a Mail passenger s an d genera l cargo Tank s fo r oi l Manila Ceb u an d Iloil o Smith Bel l & Co. Ltd Hongkong-Shangha i Ban k Bldg Genera l carg o Manila Iloilo Dava o an d port s ou t State s Steamshi p Co Nationa l Cit y Ban k Bldg Mail passengers genera l an d refrigerate d carg o Manil a onl y G S Yuil l & Co. Ltd 503-51 1 Echagu e Genera l an d refrigerate d cargo Tank s fo r oi l Manila Ceb u an d Iloil o Smith Bel l & Co. Ltd Hongkong-Shangha i Ban k Bldg Mail passenger s an d genera l carg o Manil a an d ou t port s Macondra y & Co. Inc Chin a Ban k Bldg Mail passenger s an d genera l cargo Tank s fo r oi l Manil a an d ou t port s Macondra y & Co. Inc Chin a Ban k Bldg Mail passenger s an d genera l carg o Manila Legaspi Tabaco Ceb u an d Dava o Hanson Ort h & Stevenson U y Chac o Bldg Mail passenger s an d genera l carg o Manila Iloil o an d Ceb u Hanson Ort h & Stevenson U y Chac o Bldg Mail passenger s an d genera l carg o Manil a an d Ceb u Smith Bel l Co. Ltd Hongkong-Shangha i Ban k Bldg Mail passenger s an d genera l carg o Manil a an d Ceb u Hanson Ort h & Stevenson Inc U y Chac o Bldg Mail passenger s an d genera l carg o Manil a onl y Canadia n Pacifi c Railwa y Co 14-1 6 Davi d Mail passenger s an d genera l carg o Manil a onl y Smith Bel l & Co. Ltd Hongkong-Shangha i Ban k Bldg Mail passenger s an d genera l cargo Tank s fo r oi l Manila Iloilo Cebu Dava o an d ou t port s Macondra y & Co. Inc Chin a Ban k Bldg Mail passenger s an d genera l carg o Manil a onl y Th e Rober t Dolla r Co Por t Are a an d Escolt a Mail passengers genera l an d refrigerate d carg o Manil a onl y Th e Rober t Dolla r Co Por t Are a an d Escolt a Mail passengers genera l an d refrigerate d carg o Mail passenger s an d genera l carg o Manil a onl y Menz i & Co. Inc 18 0 Jua n Lun a Mail passenger s an d genera l carg o Manil a onl y Menz i & Co. Inc 18 0 Jua n Lun a Mail passenger s an d genera l carg o Manil a onl y Smith Bel l & Co. Ltd Hongkong-Shangha i Ban k Bldg Mail passenger s an d genera l carg o Manila Iloilo Ceb u an d port s ou t Hanson Ort h & Stevenson Inc U y Chac o Bldg Mail passenger s an d genera l carg o Manila Iloilo Ceb u an d port s ou t L Everett Incorporate d U y Ye t Bldg Mail passengers genera l an d refrigerate d carg o Manil a onl y State s Steamshi p Co Nationa l Cit y Ban k Bldg Mail passenger s an d genera l carg o Manil a an d Ceb u Internationa l Harveste r Co U y Chac o Bldg

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79 COMMERCIAL HANDBOOK Hamburg-Amerik a Lini c (Europe-Orien t Serviee ) Holland-Eas t Asi a Lin e (Europe-Orien t Service ) Isthmia n Steamshi p Line Th e (Round-the-Worl d Service ) Java-China-,Tapa n Line Th e (Manila-Celebes-Jav a Service ) Java-China-Japa n Line Th e (Manila-China-Daire n Service ) Kawasak i Kise n Kaish a "K Lin e (U S Atlanti c Gulf-Manil a Service ) Kellog g Steamshi p Corp. Th e (U S Atlanti c Gulf-Manil a Service ) Klavenes s Tune Th e (Pacifi c Coast-Philippin e Service ) Kokusa i Kise n Kaish a Line Th e (U S Atlantic-Manil a Service ) Maers k Line Th e (U S Atl.-Pac.-Orien t Service ) Nippo n Yuse n Kaish a Line Th e (Atlantic-Pacifi c Coas t Service ) Nippo n Yuse n Kaish a Line Th e (Europe-Manil a Service ) Nippo n Yuse n Kaish a Line Th e (Japan-Manila-Australi a Service ) Nippo n Yuse n Kaish a Tune Th e (Sout h Se a Islands Service ) Norddeutsche r Lloy d Line (Europe-Orien t Service ) Oceani c an d Orienta l Navigatio n Co (Pacifi c Coast-Philippin e Service ) Osak a Shose n Kaish a Line Th e (Japan-Philippin e Service ) Osak a Shose n Kaish a Line Th e (L L S Atlantic-Pacifi c Service ) Princ e lane—Silve r Lin e (Join t Around-the-Worl d Service ) Rickmer s Linie Th e (Europe-Manil a Service ) Roya l Packe t Navigatio n Co. Th e (Manila-Sout h Africa n Service ) Saba h Steamshi p Co. Th e (Singapore-Philippin e Service ) Silver-Java—Pacifi c Line Th e (Pacifi c Coast-Manil a Service ) Silve r Line Th e (Direc t Atlanti c an d Gul f Service ) State s Steamshi p Co. Th e (Pacifi c Coast-Manil a Service ) Swedis h Eas t Asiati c Co. Ltd (Europe—Philippin e Service ) Taeom a Orienta l S S Co. Th e (Pacifi c Coast-Manil a Service ) Tatsum a Kise n Ka b ushik a Kaish a Line ) (Atlanti c an d Gul f Service ) Wihl Wilhelmse n Lin e (Norwegian Afric a an d Australia n Lin e Nort h Europea n port s t o Manil a vi a Sue z an d wa y For i nigh t i y ports (Als o Manila-China-Japa n Service) Europea n port s t o Manil a vi a Sue z an d wa y ports ; (Als o Manila-China-Japa n Service ) Unite d State s Nort h Atlanti c port s t o Manil a vi a Panam a an d Honolulu ; returnin g vi a Jav a port s an d Sue z Manil a t o Macassar Bal i an d othe r Jav a port s an d retur n Manil a t o Hongkong Amoy Shangha i an d Daire n an d retur n Unite d State s Atlanti c an d Gul f port s t o Manil a vi a Panam a an d Japa n ports an d retur n vi a Panam a Ne w Yor k an d Ne w Orlean s t o Manil a vi a Panam a an d Japa n ports ; returnin g vi a sam e rout e Manil a t o Lo s Angeles Sa n Francisc o an d Port lan d vi a Hongkong ; returnin g vi a sam e port s Unite d State s Atlanti c an d Gul f port s t o Manil a vi a Panam a an d return Call s a t Sa n Pedr o an d Japa n port s Unite d State s Atlanti c an d Pacifi c port s t o Manil a vi a Panama ; returnin g vi a Hongkong Chin a an d Japa n port s Ne w Yor k t. o Manil a vi a Panam a an d Japan ; returnin g vi a Chin a an d Japan Sa n Francisc o an d Panam a Britis h an d Europea n port s t o Cebu Iloil o an d Dava o vi a Suez ; returnin g sam e rout e Japa n port s t o Australia n port s vi a Chin a port s an d Manila ; returnin g sam e rout e Japa n port s t o Sout h Se a Islan d por t vi a Dava o an d Menad o an d retur n Nort h Europea n port s t o Manil a vi a Genoa Sue z an d wa y ports ; returnin g vi a Hongkong Chin a an d Japa n Lo s Angeles Sa n Francisc o an d Portlan d t o Ma nila ; returnin g t o Sa n Francisc o an d Lo s Angele s direc t Japa n an d Formosa n port s t o Manil a an d othe r Philippin e port s an d retur n Unite d States Atlanti c an d Pacifi c port s t o Ma nila : returnin g vi a Hongkong Chin a an d Japa n port s Unite d State s Atlantic-Pacifi c port s t o Manil a I vi a Panama ; returnin g vi a Celebes Java Sin gapor e an d Sue z Nort h Europea n port s t o Manil a vi a Suez ; return in g vi a Hongkong Shangha i an d Japa n port s Manil a t o Cap e Tow n vi a Saigon Bangkok Ba tavi a an d wa y ports ; returnin g sam e rout e Singapor e t o Jol o an d Zamboang a vi a Borne o ports ; returnin g sam e rout e Pacifi c Coas t port s t o Manil a direct ; thenc e t o Calcutta ; returnin g vi a Manil a t o Pacifi c Coas t Ne w York Philadelphi a an d Gul f port s t o Manil a vi a Panama ; returnin g direc t vi a Panam a Portlan d t o Manil a vi a Chin a an d Japa n ports ; returnin g direc t t o Sa n Francisc o an d Portlan d Balti c an d Nort h Europea n port s t o Manil a vi a Suez ; thenc e t o Chin a an d Japa n port s an d retur n t o Manil a Tacom a t o Manil a vi a Japa n an d Chin a port s re turnin g direc t t o Lo s Angele s an d Sa n Francisc o Nort h Atlanti c port s an d Ne w Orlean s t o Manil a vi a Panama ; returnin g sam e rout e Balti c an d Nort h an d Sout h Europea n port s t o Manil a vi a Suez Hongkong Chin a an d Japa n port s an d retur n Ever y fou r week s Monthl v Fortnightl v Fortnightl y Seasona l Ever y si x week s Monthl y o n occasio n Monthly Mont h l y Monthly Monthl y Monthly Monthl y Monthl y Fortnightl y Monthl y Fcrtnightl y Monthl y o r mor e frequentl y Fortnightly Monthl y Ever v fou r week s Ever y tw o week s Fortnightly Seasona l Fortnightl y Monthl y Monthly Seasona l Monthl y PHILIPPINE CARNIVAL ASSOCIATION 77 Mail passenger s an d genera l carg o Manil a an d Ceb u occasionall y Behn Meye r Co. H Mij 22 7 Davi d Mail passenger s an d genera l carg o Manil a an d Iloil o occasionall y Easter n an d Philippin e Shippin g Agenc v S-1 2 Escolt a Genera l carg o an d dee p tank s fo r oi l Manila Iloilo Ceb u an d Dava o Internationa l Harveste r Co U y Chac o Bldg Mail passenger s an d genera l carg o Manil a onl y Easter n an d Philippin e Shippin g Agenc y S-1 2 Escolt a Mail passenger s an d genera l carg o Manil a an d Ceb u Easter n an d Philippin e Shippin g Agenc y 8-1 2 Escolt a Genera l carg o an d dee p tank s fo r oi l Manila Iloil o an d ou t port s Roosevel t Steamshi p Agency U y Chac o Bldg Tan k carg o i n bul k Manil a an d Ceb u Spence r Kello g & Sons Inc Manil a Mail passenger s an d genera l cargo Tank s fo r oi l Manila Iloilo Cebu Legasp i an d ou t port s Smith Bel l & Co. Ltd Hongkong-Chin a Ban k Bldg Mail passenger s an d genera l carg o Manila Cebu Iloil o an d ou t port s America n Steamshi p Agency Inc Masoni c Templ e Bldg Mail passenger s genera l an d refrigerate d carg o Manila Iloil o an d Ceb u Cla Gral d e Tabaco s de.la s I F Nationa l Cit y Ban k Bldg Genera l carg o Manila Iloil o an d Dava o Warner Barne s & Co. Ltd 61 9 Escolt a Genera l carg o Cebu Iloil o an d Dava o Warner Barne s & Co. Ltd 61 9 Escolt a Mail passenger s an d genera l carg o Manil a an d Dava o Warner Barne s & Co. Ltd 61 9 Escolt a Mail passenger s an d genera l carg o Dava o onl y Warner Barne s & Co. Ltd 61 9 Escolt a Mail passenger s an d genera l carg o Manil a onl y Zuelli g & Vo n Knobelsdorf f 5 5 Posari o Mail passengers genera l an d tan k carg o Manila Cebu Legasp i an d ou t port s State s Steamshi p Co Nationa l Cit y Ban k Bldg Mail passenger s an d genera l carg o Manila Cebu Legaspi Dava o an d ou t port s Cla Gral d e Tabaco s d e la s I F Nationa l Cit y Ban k Bldg Genera l carg o Manila Iloilo Ccb u an d ou t port s Cla Gral d e Tabaco s d e la s I F Nationa l Cit y Ban k Bldg Mail passenger s an d genera l carg o Manila Ceb u an d Dava o Roosevel t Steamshi p Agenc y U y Chac o Bldg Genera l carg o Manil a only Menz i & Co. Inc 18 0 Jua n Lun a Mail passenger s an d genera l carg o Manila Zamboang a an d ou t oort s Easter n an d Philippin e Shippin g Agenc y 8-1 2 Escolt a Mail passenger s an d genera l carg o Zamboang a an d Jol o Atkin s & Krol l & Co Manil a an d Zamboang a Mail passenger s an d genera l carg o Manila Ceb u an d Iloil o Roosevel t Steamshi p Agenc y U y Chac o Bldg Genera l Carg o Manila Iloil o an d ou t port s Roosevel t Steamshi p Agenc y U y Chac o Bldg Mail passenger s an d genera l carg o Manila Cebu Iloil o an d ou t port s State s Steamshi p Co Nationa l Cit y Ban k Bldg Mail passenger s an d genera l carg o Manil a an d Ceb u Internationa l Harveste r Co U y Chae o Bldg Genera l carg o an d dee p tank s fo r oi l Manila Cebu Iloilo Legasp i an d ou t port s Th e Rober t Dolla r Co Por t Are a Suga r carg o onl y Manila Ceb u an d Iloil o P M Bennett Incorporate d Insula r Lif e Bldg Mail passenger s an d genera l carg o Manil a an d Ceb u Macondra y & Co. 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8 0 COMMERCIAL IjANDBOO K TRANSPORTATIO N FACILITIE S AN D RATE S 1 Interislan d Steamshi p Passenge r Rates : 1s t Clas s 2n d Clas s 3r d Clas s Manila-Ceb u P36.0 5 R25.2 5 R14.4 0 Manila-lloil o 31.3 0 21.9 0 12.5 0 Ma n ila-Zamboang a 47.7 5 33.4 0 19.1 0 Manila-Jol o 49.7 0 34.8 0 19.9 0 Manila-Dava o 76.4 5 53.5 0 30.6 0 Manila-Legasp i 28.5 5 20.0 0 11.4 0 Manila-Aparr i 35.2 5 24.6 5 14.1 0 2 Ocea n Steamshi p Passenge r Rates : 1s t Clas s Touris t Clas s Manila-Hongkon g R 75.0 0 R 45.00R 50.0 0 Manila-Shangha i R155.0 0 R80.00R 90.0 0 Manila-Singapor e £14.0 0 £6-6-0~£9.0 0 Manila-Yokoham a R225.0 0 R130.00-R142.0 0 Manila-Pacifi c Coas t $360.00-$385.0 0 $200.00-$230.0 0 Manila-Ne w Yor k vi a Panam a $540.00-$550.0 0 $320.00-$350.0 0 Manila-Ne w Yor k (Overland ) $455.00-$480.0 0 $295.00 $425.0 0 Manila-Marseille s £88.0 0 £37-16~0-£54.0 0 Manila-Sydne y £44.15 / £30.0 0 Manila-Brisban e £42.15 £28.15 / Manila-Londo n vi a Americ a £95.00-£112.0 0 £65.00-£76.0 0 3 Manil a Publi c Carromat a far e R0.1 0 a run—R0.4 0 a n hou r 4 Garag e Aut o fare : Banta m Taxicabs — R0.1 0 fo r th e first 80 0 meter s o r fractio n thereo f R0.0 5 fo r ever y succeedin g 80 0 meter s o r fractio n thereo f R0.7 5 pe r hou r o f parkin g fo r som e operator s R0.5 0 pe r hou r o f parkin g fo r othe r operator s Standar d Siz e Taxicabs — R0.1 5 fo r th e first 90 0 meter s o r fractio n thereo f R0.0 5 fo r ever y succeedin g 60 0 meter s o r fractio n thereo f R0.7 5 pe r hou r o f parkin g Banta m Garage — R1.0 0 pe r hou r R0.5 0 pe r tri p o f no t mor e tha n 2 0 minute s Standar d Cars — R1.5 0 pe r hou r R1.0 0 pe r half-hou r Note : Conventiona l price s fo r provincia l service s 5 Railroa d passenge r fare : Northern Lines: 1s t Clas s 3r d Clas s Manila-Damortis on e way ordinar y R 5.7 8 R 2.8 9 Manila-Damortis on e way Specia l (fo r Ai r Conditione d Car ) 6.8 9 Manila-Damortis roun d tri p 10.4 0 5.3 6 Manila-Baguio on e wa y u p trip 10.7 8 4.8 3 Baguio-Manila on e way dow n tri p 10.7 8 4.3 3 Manila-Baguio on e way Specia l (fo r Ai r Conditione d Car ) 11.8 9 Manila-Baguio roun d tri p 19.4 0 8.3 6 Manila-Sa n Fernando U. on e wa y 6.9 2 3.2 9 Manila-Sa n Fernando U. on e way Specia l (Fo r Ai r Conditione d Car ) 7.9 1 Manila-Sa n Fernando U. roun d tri p .. 12.6 0 6.5 0 Manila-Tagudin on e wa y 3.4 3 Manila-Candon on e wa y 3.7 3 Manila-Vigan on e wa y 4.3 3 Manila-Laoag on e way 5.1 8

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PHILIPPINE CARNIVAL ASSOCIATION 8 1 6 Railroa d passenge r fare s t o statio n i n th e Bico l provinces : BETWEE N MANIL A O R PAC O AN D ON E WA Y ROUN D TRI P BETWEE N MANIL A O R PAC O AN D 1s t Clas s 3r d Clas s ls t Clas s 3r d Clas s Pasaca o 1*15.5 5 T 6.9 9 1*28.2 2 1 *12.5 8 Sipoco t 14.7 7 6.5 1 26.9 4 11.7 2 Libmana n 15.0 7 6.6 6 27.4 2 11.9 9 Nag a 15.6 5 6.9 5 28.3 8 12.5 1 Pil i 15.9 1 7.0 8 28.8 6 12.7 5 Irig a 16.3 5 7.3 0 29.6 4 13.1 4 Liga o 17.0 1 7.6 3 30.8 4 13.7 4 Darag a 17.4 9 7.8 7 31.7 0 14.1 7 Alba v 17.5 3 7.8 9 31.7 8 14.2 1 Legasp i 17.5 9 7.9 2 31.8 8 14.2 6 Tabac o 18.1 9 8.2 2 32.9 6 14.8 0 Dae t *15.6 2 7.3 6 *28.6 4 13.4 2 Putia o *17.6 9 8.0 7 *32.1 0 14.5 7 Sorsogo n *18.2 9 8.6 7 *33.3 0 15.7 7 *FIRS T clas s transportatio n o n Railroa d onl y an d thir d clas s o n th e bu s line AI R SCHEDULE PHILIPPIN E AERIA L TAX I CO Dail y Servic e Manila-Bagui o DEPARTURE S Manil a Bagui o Ai r Field ARRIVAL S Bagui o Ai r Fiel d Manil a Manila-Bagui o Ai r Field (on e way ) Manila-Bagui o Ai r Fiel d (roun d trip ) ILOILO-NEGRO S AI R EXPRES S CO. INC ILOILO ILOIL O SCHEDUL E Monday : MANILA-ILOILO-CEB U Lv Manil a 8:0 0 a m Ar Iloil o Tuesday : Lv iloil o 8:0 0 a m Wednesday : Lv Manil a 8:0 0 a m Lv Iloilo 11:3 0 a m Thursday : Lv Ceb u 6:4 5 a m Lv Iloil o 8:0 0 a m Friday : Lv Manil a 8:0 0 a m Saturdav : Lv lioil o 8:0 0 a m 6:3 0 a m 7:4 0 a m 7:3 0 a m 8:4 0 a m f 25.0 0 45.0 0 Ar Manila Ar Iloilo Ar Cebu Ar Iloilo.. Ar Manila Ar Iloilo. Ar Manila 10:4 5 a m 10:4 5 a m 10:4 5 a m 12:2 5 P m 7:4 0 a m 10:4 5 a m 10:4 5 a m 10:4 5 a m FRO M MANIL A TO : Iloil o (on e way ) Iloil o (roun d trip ) Ceb u (on e way ) Ceb u (roun d trip ) Bacolo d (on e way ) Bacolo d (roun d trip) Mindor o (on e way) Mindor o (roun d trip) FRO M ILOIL O TO : Bacolo d (an d back).. Ceb u (on e way ) Ceb u (roun d trip ) Mindor o (an d back). Subjec t t o chang e withou t notic e 1*49.0 0 88.2 0 55.0 0 99.0 0 54.0 0 98.2 0 49.0 0 98.0 0 T 5.0 0 20.0 0 35.0 0 49.0 0

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8 2 COMMERCIAL IjANDBOO K OCEA N FREIGH T RATE S O N MOS T IMPORTAN T PHILIPPIN E EXPORT S FRO M PHILIPPIN E ISLAND S PORT S (MANILA ) HEM P Manila-Pacifi c Coas t Port s $ 1.5 0 Bal e (Contract ) Manila-Pacifi c Coas t Ports Overlan d deliver y $ 1.2 5 Bal e (Contract ) Manila-Atlanti c Coas t Ports $ 2.2 5 Bal e (Contract ) Manila-Pacifi c Port s S 2.0 0 Bal e (Non-Contract ) Manila-Pacifi c Coas t Ports Overlan d deliver y $ 1.7 5 Bal e (Non-Contract ) Manila-Atlanti c Gul f Ports $ 2,7 5 Bal e (Non-Contract ) Manila-Gul f Port s fo r overlan d shipmen t t o Chicag o an d point s wes t o f tha t longitud e $ 2.0 0 Bal e (Contract ) Manila-Gul f Port s fo r overlan d shipmen t t o Chicag o an d point s wes t o f tha t longitud e $ 2.5 0 Bal e (Non-Contract ) Manila-Hongkon g an d Amo v direc t P 1.5 0 Bal e Non-Contract ) Manila-Shangha i P 3.0 0 Bal e (Non-Contract ) Manila-Japa n Ports Daire n an d Formos a P 2.0 0 Bal e (Contract. ) Manila-Japa n Ports Daire n an d Formos a P 2.5 0 Bal e (Non-Contract ) Manila-Saigon Penang Bangko k an d Singapor e P 2.0 0 Bal e (Non-Contract ) Manila-Batavia Samaran g an d Sourabay a P 3.0 0 Bal e (Non-Contract ) Manila-Rangoon Colom b > Calcutt a an d Bomba y P32.0 0 2 0 cwt (Non-Contract ) SUGA R (Centrifuga l o r Raw ) Manila-Pacifi c Coas t Ports loca l deliver y $ 4.2 5 2 0 cwt (Non-Contract ) Manila-Atlanti c Gul f Ports.. $ 8.0 0 2 0 cwt (Non-Contract ) Manila-Atlanti c Gul f Port s $ 6.5 0 2 0 cwt (Contract ) Manila-Hongkon g an d Amo v P 0.3 0 Picu l (Non-Contract ) Manila-Shangha i P 0.4 0 Picu l (Non-Contract ) Manila-Japa n Port s an d Daire n P 0.4 5 Picu l (Non-Contract ) Manila-Saigon Penang Bangko k an d Singapor e P 0.4 5 Picu l (Non-Contract ) Manila-Batavia Samaran g an d Sourabay a P 0 .5 0 Picu l (Non-Contract ) Manila-Rangoon Colomb o an d Calcutt a P 0.7 0 Picu l (Non-Contract ) TOBACC O (Lea f i n Bales ) Manila-Pacifi c Coas t Port s $ 7.0 0 4 0 cu ft (Contract ) Manila-Pacifi c Coas t Ports Overlan d deliver y $ 5.0 0 4 0 cu ft (Contract ) Manila-Atlanti c Gul f Port s $10.0 0 4 0 cu ft (Contract ) Manila-Pacifi c Ports $ 8.5 0 4 0 cu ft (Non-Contract ) Manila-Pacifi c Ports Overlan d deliver y $ 6.0 0 4 0 c u ft (Non-Contract ) Manila-Atlanti c Gul f Ports.. ; $12.0 0 4 0 c u ft (Non-Contract ) Manila-Hongkon g an d Amo y P 6.5 0 4 0 cu ft (Non-Contract ) Manila-Shangha i P10.0 0 4 0 cu ft (Non-Contract ) Manila-J^pa n Por t an d Daire n P10.0 0 4 0 cu ft (Non-Contract ) Manila-Saigon Penang Bangko k an d Singapor e P10.0 0 4 0 cu ft (Non-Contract ) Manila-Batavia Samaran g an d Sourabay a P12.5 0 4 0 cu ft (Non-Contract ) Manila-Rangoon Colomb o an d Calcutt a .'...... P15.0 0 4 0 cu ft (Non-Contract ) COCONU T OI L Manila-Pacifi c Coas t Port s $ 7.0 0 2 0 cwt (Contract ) Manila-Pacifi c Coas t Ports Overlan d deliver y $ 7.0 0 2 0 cwt (Contract ) Manila-Atlanti c Gul f Port s $11.0 0 2 0 cwt (Contract ) Manila-Pacifi c Coas t Port s $ 8 .5 0 2 0 cwt (Non-Contract ) Manila-Pacifi c Coas t Ports Overlan d deliver y $ 8.5 0 2 0 cwt (Non-Contract ) Manila-Atlanti c Gul f Port s $13.0 0 2 0 cwt (Non-Contract ) Manila-Hongkon g an d Amo y P 9.0 0 2 0 cwt (Non-Contract ) Manila-Shangha i P10.0 0 2 0 cwt (Non-Contract ) Manila-Japa n Port s an d Daire n P10.0 0 2 0 cwt (Non-Contract ) Manila-Saigon Penang Bangko k an d Singapor e P10.0 0 2 0 cwt (Non-Contract ) Manila-Batavia Samaran g an d Sourabay a P10.0 0 2 0 cwt (Non-Contract ) Manila-Rangoon Colomb o an d Calcutt a P12.0 0 2 0 cwt (Non-Contrac ) COPR A Manila-Pacifi c Coas t Port s $ 6.0 0 2 0 cwt (Contract ) Manila-Pacifi c Coas t Port s $ 7.5 0 2 0 cwt (Non-Contract ) Manila-Atlanti c Gul f Port s $10.0 0 2 0 cwt (Contract ) Manila-Atlanti c Gul f Port s $12.0 0 2 0 cwt (Non-Contract )

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PHILIPPINE CARNIVAL ASSOCIATION 8 3 Manila-Hongkon g an d Amo y p 8.0 0 Manila-Shangha i P10.0 0 Manila-Japa n Port s an d Daire n P10.0 0 Manila-Saigon Penang Bangko k an d Singapor e Pl l .5 0 Manila-Batavia Samaran g an d Sourabay a P12.0 0 Manila-Rangoon Colomb o an d Calcutt a Pl.4-.0 0 COPR A CAKE S AN D MEA L Manila-Pacifi c Coas t Port s $ 5.0 0 Manila-Pacifi c Coas t Ports Overlan d deliver y $ 6.5 0 Manila-Atlanti c Gul f Port s $ 8.0 0 Manila-Hongkon g an d Amo y P 7.2 5 Manila-Shangha i P 9.0 0 Manila-Japa n Port s an d Daire n P 8.0 0 Manila-Saigon Penang Bangko k an d Singapor e P 9.0 0 Manila-Batavia Samaran g an d Sourabay a P10.0 0 Manila-Rangoon Colomb o an d Calcutt a P12.0 0 LOGS O n o r unde r dec k s/ o Manila-Pacifi c Coast Loca l deliver y $13.5 0 Manila-Pacifi c Coast Overlan d deliver y $13.5 0 Manila-Atlanti c Coas t an d Gul f Ports. $17.5 0 Manila-Hongkon g an d Amo v direc t PI2.0 0 Manila-Shangha i P16.0 0 Manila-Japa n Ports Daire n an d Formos a PI5.0 0 Manila-Saigon Penang Bangko k an d Singapor e PI5.0 0 Manila-Batavia Samaran g an d Sourabay a PI5.0 0 Manila-Rangoon Colombo Calcutt a an d Bomba y P20.0 0 LUMBE R o n o r unde r dec k s/ o Manila-Pacifi c Coast Loca l deliver y $11.5 0 Manila-Pacifi c Coast Overlan d deliver y $11.5 0 Manila-Atlanti c an d Gul f Port s $17.5 0 Manila-Pacifi c Coast Loca l deliver y $14.0 0 Manila-Pacifi c Coast Overlan d deliver y $14.0 0 Manila-Atlanti c an d Gul f Port s $21.0 0 Manila-Hongkon g an d Amo y P 8.0 0 Manila-Shangha i P12.0 0 Manila-Jana n Ports Daire n an d Formos a P15.0 0 Manila-Saigon Penan g an d Singapor e P15.0 0 Manila-Batavia Samaran g an d Sourabay a PI5.0 0 Manila-Rangoon Calcutt a an d Bomba y P20.0 0 LUMBE R CREOSOTED—o n dec k Manila-Hongkon g an d Amo y direc t P I 1.0 0 Manila-Shanghai P I 5.0 0 Manila-Japa n Ports Daire n an d Formos a PI8.0 0 Manila-Saigon Penan g an d Singapor e P18.0 0 Manila-Batavia Samaran g an d Sourabay a P18.0 0 Manila-Rangoon Calcutt a an d Bomba y P23.0 0 2 0 cwt 2 0 cwt 2 0 cwt 2 0 cwt 2 0 cwt 2 0 cwt 2 0 cwt 2 0 cwt 2 0 cwt 2 0 cwt 2 0 cwt 2 0 cwt 2 0 cwt 2 0 cwt 2 0 cwt (Non-Contract ) (Non-Contract ) (Non-Contract ) (Non-Contract ) (Non-Contract ) (Non-Contract ) (Contract ) (Contract ) (Contract ) (Non-Contract ) (Non-Contract ) (Non-Contract ) (Non-Contract ) (Non-Contract ) (Non-Contract ) 100 0 bf 100 0 bf 100 0 bf 100 0 bf 100 0 bf 100 0 bf 100 0 bf 100 0 b f 100 0 bf 100 0 M" 100 0 bf 100 0 bf 100 0 bf 100 0 bf 100 0 bf 100 0 bf 100 0 bf 100 0 bf 100 0 bf 100 0 bf 100 0 bf (Contract ) (Contract ) (Contract ) (Non-Contract ) (Non-Contract ) (Non-Contract ) (Non-Contract ) (Non-Contract ) (Non-Contract ) (Non-Contract ) (Non-Contract ) (Non-Contract ) 100 0 bf (Non-Contract ) 100 0 bf (Non-Contract ) 100 0 bf (Non-Contract ) 100 0 bf (Non-Contract ) 100 0 bf (Non-Contract ) 100 0 bf (Non-Contract ) mmsmmmmm Compliments MITSU I BUSSA N KAISHA Ltd Exporter s & Importers—Shippin g & Insuranc e Agent s Office: 2n d Floor Nationa l Cit y Ban k Bldg.—P O Bo x 461 Manil a Telephones : 2-31-51—5-31-52—2-31-5 3 Wholesale Dept.: MITSU I BAZAR 40 7 Folguera s St. Manil a Operating: Tagu m Tradin g Co Lumbe r Mil l Davao Dava o Representatives: M B K Cebu Iloilo Dava o 111 answerin g advertisements pleas e mentio n thi s Carniva l Commercia l Handboo k

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84 COMMERCIAL IjANDBOO K NUMBE R O F CORPORATION S REGISTERE D 1929-193 3 Domesti c Corp s Foreig n Corp s Tota l 192 9 193 0 193 1 193 2 193 3 Domesti c Corp s Foreig n Corp s Tota l 38 8 2 0 33 5 2 2 27 9 8 29 0 8 35 5 2 Domesti c Corp s Foreig n Corp s Tota l 40 8 35 7 28 7 29 8 35 7 CAPITA L O F CORPORATION S ACCORDIN G T O ARTICLE S O F INCORPORATIO N Domesti c Corporation s Capita l Stoc k Capita l Subscribed Capita l Pai d 192 9 193 0 193 1 193 2 193 3 Capita l Stoc k Capita l Subscribed Capita l Pai d 5*28,085,31 5 13,995,01 8 11,752,69 8 5*41,579,56 5 17,969,83 4 15,621,00 7 5*23,209,99 0 8,612,85 0 6,071,22 2 5*44,643,78 0 7,735,91 4 5,670,05 7 5*35,070,92 0 16,022,63 5 11,161,30 7 Foreig n Corporation s Capita l Stoc k Capita l Subscribed Capita l Pai d 5*34,953,77 6 26,109,17 6 26,109,17 6 5*391,890,87 6 351,998,55 0 351,998,55 0 5*367,312,00 0 117,111,70 0 117,111,70 0 5*207,700,00 0 103,700,00 0 103,700,00 0 5 20,00 0 18,00 0 2,00 0 PHILIPPIN E CURRENC Y I N CIRCULATIO N 1932-193 3 1932 — January.. February. Marc h Apri l Ma y Jun e Jul y Augus t September Octobe r November December. Philippin e coin s 18,850,02 3 20,313,08 4 18.761.80 7 18,704,08 8 18.636.80 8 18,453,41 1 18,283,56 2 18,201,11 0 18,091,69 7 18,023,26 6 17,974,04 2 17,955,19 5 Treasur y certificate s P 60,663,86 1 73,244,67 5 62,438,35 5 58,961,96 1 57,388,92 4 54,822,45 1 52,789,28 5 52,092,40 8 54,780,31 1 53,019,82 2 53,513,42 9 54,703,26 8 Ban k Note s 16,455,92 0 15,920,69 1 16,316,51 0 16,334,34 9 16,051,01 2 16,049,50 0 16,386,61 1 16,559,17 4 16,541,47 1 16,491,82 8 16,632,20 7 16,423,77 2 Tota l Cir culatio n 5 95,969,80 4 109,478,45 0 97,516,67 2 94,000,39 8 92,076,74 4 89,325,36 2 87,459,45 8 86,852,60 2 89,418,47 9 87,534,91 6 88,119,68 8 89,082,23 5 January February March. Apii l May.... Jun e Jul y August Septembe r October.. Novembe r December CONSOLIDATE D RESOURCE S O F AL L COMMERCIA L BANK S 5*280,529,35 7 192 9 T S 263,531,92 6 193 0 5 245,582,20 0 1931 5 256,392,74 3 193 2 5 272,372,08 8 193 3 1

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PHILIPPINE CARNIVAL ASSOCIATION 8 5 REVENUE S AN D EXPENDITURE S O F TH E INSULA R GOVERNMEN T Yea r Revenue s Expenditure s 1924 80,110,77 5 90,890,87 8 19 2 5 88,506,84 5 82,770,96 7 19 2 6 83,801,85 4 97,633,64 2 19 2 7 83,503,18 8 83,801,85 4 19 2 8 85,454,25 2 79,866,55 1 Yea r Revenue s Expenditure s 19 2 9 94,14 1 17 4 83,652,52 3 19 3 0 94,984,43 0 101,151,56 1 19 3 1 69,425,59 2 76,641,46 6 19 3 2 74,716,77 2 79,696,88 7 19 3 3 70,025,93 4 69,535,03 0 GROS S AN D NE T INDEBTEDNES S O F TH E PHILIPPIN E GOVERNMEN T Gros s Less-Accumulat Ne t Yea r Indebtednes s e d Sinkin g Fund s Indebtednes s 19 2 5 5*160,020,000.0 0 T 29,158,359.9 9 5*130,861,640.0 1 19 2 6 164,289,000.0 0 33,678,319.7 5 130,610,680.2 5 19 2 7 167,985,000.0 0 38,542,811.7 4 129,442,188.2 6 19 2 8 175,237,000.0 0 43,518,211.4 3 131,718,788.5 7 19 2 9 177,637,000.0 0 48,775,180.2 7 128,861,819.7 3 19 3 0 172,587,000.0 0 51,649,712.1 9 120,937,287.8 1 19 3 1 173,087,000.0 0 57,212,920.6 6 115,874,079.3 4 19 3 2 187,304,000.0 0 77,266,609.16 1 110,037,390.8 4 19 3 3 189,859,400.0 0 84,577,437.80 l 105,281,962.2 0 1 Include s collatera l bond s issue d agains t provincia l an d municipa l bonds GROS S CUSTOM S COLLECTIONS EXCEP T INTERNA L REVENU E 19 2 4 5*21,634,60 9 192 9 5*26,643,97 9 19 2 5 22,218,92 0 193 0 23,509,93 7 19 2 6 21,180,19 4 193 1 18,528,48 5 19 2 7 20,630,45 0 193 2 18,185,00 0 19 2 8 24,051,15 1 193 3 16,837,55 5 PHILIPPIN E MATC H COMPAN Y LIMITE D offe r yo u th e BEST IMPREGNATED MATCHES An y bran d o f Matche s bearin g th e nam e Philippin e Matc h Co. Ltd wil l giv e yo u entir e satisfaction goo d lighting rai n o r n o rain n o afterglo w fo r th e protectio n o f you r home Office : Factory : 62 5 P PATERN O MANILA P I MANDALOYO N 11 1 answerin g advertisements pleas e mentio n thi s Carniva l Commercia l Handboo k

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8 6 COMMERCIAL HANDBOOK FOREIG N CONSUL S I N MANIL A ARGENTIN E REPUBLIC—Hon Jos e F Fernandez Consul 10 9 Jua n Luna BELGIUM—Hon M Verlinden Consul 5 0 Escolta BOLIVIA—Hon Joaqui n M Elizalde 80 1 M d e l a Industria CHILE—Hon Lorenz o Correa Consul 21 2 Marque s d e Comillas CHINA—Hon Tsoon g Lun g Dunn Consul-General 203-20 4 Chin a Ban k Bldg COST A RICA—Hon Vicent e T Fernandez Consul 30 2 S O Fernande z Bldg. 5 1 Escolta CZECHO-SLOVAKIA—Hon Le o Schnurmacher Consul 6 7 Jua n Luna DENMARK—Hon G P Datema Consul 112-11 3 M d e Binondo FRANCE—Hon Gasto n Willoquet Consul-General 32 9 Perez-Samanill o Bldg GERMANY—Hon J Schulze Consul Insula r Lif e Bldg GREA T BRITAIN—Hon Thoma s Harrington PI.B.B. Consul-General 12 0 T Pinpin ITALY—Hon R P Staurenghi Actin g Consul 70 2 Heacoc k Bldg JAPAN—Hon Atsush i Kimura Consul-General 50 1 d e lo s Reye s Bldg LATVIA—Hon Leopold o R Aguinaldo Vice-Consul Aguinald o Bldg. Jua n Luna LIBERIA—Hon R Summers Consul 79 3 Sta Mesa MEXICO—Hon Eugen e Lacavo Honorar y Consul 30 2 S O Fernande z Bldg. 5 1 Escolta NETHERLANDS—Hon G P Datema, Consul 11 2 M d e Binondo NICARAGUA—Hon Trinida d E Lacayo Consul-Genera l (Absent) ; Hon Vicent e L Legarda Vice-Consul Actin g Consul-General 156 4 Azcarrag a corne r T Alonz o NORWAY—Hon Thorbjo n M Holmsen Consul 1 Plaz a Moraga. PANAMA—Hon E C Ross Consul 3 0 Bazan PARAGUAY"—Hon J J Russell Consul 8 M de l Banc o Nacional PERU-—Hon Antoni o Melia n v P a via Honorar y Consul 31 7 Dewe y Boulevard PORTUGAL—Hon J W Ferrier Consul 702-70 6 Insula r Lif e Bldg SIAM—Hon F Arthu r Perkins Consul 511-52 7 Heacoc k Bldg SPAIN—-Hon Migue l Espinos a v Bosch Consul-General Cas a d e Espana Taf t Ave SWEDEN—Hon A G Henderson Consul Chac o Bldg SWITZERLAND—Hon A Sidler Consul 62 7 Riza l Avenue TURKEY—Hon Migue l Espinos a v Bosch Consu l fo r Spai n i n Charge UNITE D STATE S O F AMERICA—Hon Henr y B Day Vice-Consul 41 0 Heacoc k Bldg URUGUAY—Hon R A Schneckeburger Consul 45 6 Dasmarinas VENEZUELA—Hon Alber t P Delfino Consul 5 0 Escolta m d mffl m. Compliments Of Sa n Migue l Brewer y m 1* 1 i s I S I S ( S p I S I S t a @ I n answerin g advertisements pleas e mentio n thi s Carniva l Commercia l Handboo k

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PHILIPPINE CARNIVAL ASSOCIATION 8 7 Rabt o engineerin g Colleg e RECOGNIZE D B Y TH E GOVERNMEN T 71 2 Riza l Avenue Manila Philippin e Island s MANUE L S DE L ROSARIO Director (U. S. Certified Radio Engineer and Communication Expert) (Miss ) ADELAID A R ZABALA Registrar Th e RE C i s th e onl y radi o institutio n i n th e Fa r East employin g th e bes t America n syste m o f instructio n an d short-cu t courses Th e Genera l Radi o Cours e i s offere d i n a shor t perio d o f 6 t o 1 2 months dependin g o n th e natura l aptitude o f th e student Ou r graduate s ar e read y t o fill an y o f th e followin g positions : Radio-telegrap h operator radi o mechanic switchboar d an d telephon e operator supervisin g lineman electrician radi o constructor power-hous e attendant radi o laboratorian broadcastin g announcer soun d record in g technician radi o designe r an d draftsman radi o cler k an d salesman radi o new s reporter radi o polic e patrol traffi c communicatio n manager aviatio n radi o expert radio-electrica l engineer colleg e professo r o r instructor scientis t an d other s wher e now-a-day s Radi o i s use d a s a medium Ou r enrollmen t i s ope n anytim e o f th e yea r fo r beginner s an d advance d students En tranc e fe e P15.00 Monthl y fe e P7.0 0 unti l th e cours e i s completed Th e whol e cours e i f payabl e i n advance d P60.0 0 th e studen t ma y sta y a s lon g a s h e desire s unti l th e cours e i s com pleted Engrave d sheep-ski n diplom a i s awarde d th e graduates Practica l an d theoretica l instruction Equippe d wit h up-to-dat e radio-electrica l labor atory Morning afternoon an d evenin g classes Ou r enrollmen t i s ope n anytime Fo r particulars kindl y communicat e wit h th e Director RE C COMMERCIA L TRAININ G WIL L GIV E YO U PROFESSIONA L CON FIDENC E AN D ABILITY Firs t Clas s Sho e Polis h KUENZLE & STREIFF, INC. 34 3 T Pinpi n Manila P I 111 answerin g advertisements pleas e mentio n thi s Carniva l Commercia l Handboo k

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8 8 COMMERCIAL HANDBOOK Fo r Bi g Job s ENGINEERIN G CONTRACTIN G FABRICATE D STEE L SALVAG E DREDGIN G FILLIN G LIGHTERAG E MANUFACTURER'S REPRESENTATIVES GARDNER-DENVE R COMPRESSOR S PUMP S DRILL S AI R HOIST S CALIFORNI A CORRUGATE D CULVERT S CREOSOTE D APITON G TIE S AN D PILE S ATLANTIC GUL F & PACIFI C CO 71-7 7 Muell e d e l a Industri a # Manil a I n answerin g advertisements pleas e mentio n thi s Carniva l Commercia l Handboo k

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PHILIPPINE CARNIVAL ASSOCIATION 8 9 KELL Y SPRINGFIEL D TIRE S 6 TIME S FORTIFIE D AGAINS T O WEA R O SKI D O BLOW-OU T Kell y Springfiel d Fatigue-Proo f embod y Si x Outstandin g Featu re s foun d i n n o othe r Tires Whe n yo u equi p you r ca r wit h Kellys th e Ne w Fatigue-Proo f Tires you'l l ge t ne w drivin g Confid enc e greate r Safet y in crease d Mileage an d wha t i s mos t importan t yo u pa y noth in g extra W e carr y i n stoc k a complet e lin e o f Tube s an d Casings Se e ou r complet e lin e toda y a t ou r hea d offic e o r a t ou r servic e sta tion s o n Isaa c Peral corne r Marque s d e Comilla s an d o n Taf t Ave extension nea r Liber ta d corner Pasay G / 4 C K VITAMIN-FUL L POWDE R Vegetast e i s th e magi c nam e tha t wil l brin g happines s t o th e hom e housewife Vitamin-Ful l Vegetast e i s a nourishin g powde r mad e fro m fres h vegetable s an d containin g al l th e invigoratin g growt h an d stimulatin g quantitie s foun d i n al l ra w vegetables Whe n mixe d wit h you r foo d i t improve s it s flavo r t o a n irresist ibl e degre e an d make s i t mor e enjoyabl e t o eat Tr y i t onl y onc e an d yo u wil l alway s us e it YE K HU A TRADIN G CORPORATIO N P O Bo x 2 9 — 12 9 Jua n Luna Manil a Tel 4-90-6 7 111 answerin g advertisements please mentio n thi s Carniva l Commercia l Handboo k

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9 0 COMMERCIAL HANDBOOK Th e EXPERIENC E o f mor e tha n a CENTUR Y Place d a t th e SERVIC E o f th e PHILIPPINES — this is the Guaranty that every product prepared by BOTIC A BOI E offers. BOIE' S EMULSIO N The Body, Bone, Blood Builder WATSONA L CASTORI A m m m m To relieve Babies' Ailments m WATSONA L VERMICO L 1 The Candy Worm Remedy | WATSONA L TAGURO L I To cure Itch, Herpes, Sarna, and all Skin Disease j | BOIL' S TONI-QUIN A 1 ^ The Tonic Wine that gives a new strain of life Si Thes e ar e som e o f th e mos t popula r Medicine s | prepare d b y BOTIC A BOI E an d sol d b y al l Dru g 1 Store s throughou t th e Islands i I n answerin g advertisements pleas e mentio n thi s Carniva l Commercia l Handboo k

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PHILIPPINE CARNIVAL ASSOCIATION 9 1 Skille d I S i Workmanshi p 1 X 1 1 ...our guaranty | i i i Rubbe r Stamp s i Dr y Seal s \ ^ Bras s Sign s I Bras s Check s \ i Bras s Stencil s 1 i Cantee n Check s i i i i i PRINTIN G AN D ENGRAVIN G I BOOKBINDIN G 1 1 1 1 MIMEOGRAPHIN G 1 1 1 COLO R WOR K | OU R SPECIALT Y } 1 1 1 McCULLOUG H PRINTIN G COMPAN Y I 101-10 3 Escolt a Telephon e 2-18-0 1 1 111 answerin g advertisements pleas e mentio n thi s Carniva l Commercia l Handboo k

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