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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 16 August 1912

V V - IIONOLULt STAK BULLE1IN, FRIDAY, AUG. 1C, 1912. ; 5 . ' ' v.: ft You Have a Itffe Daughter tank for her right now throe dollars for her first year, of ille, fclx dollars for her second, nine for her third, and so on - until you catch up with her . present age;, And then, on her next birthday bank to her credit three dollars for each -year of her age and keep this up until rhe is 21:.be11 have nearly a thousand 'dollars and you'll nev er miss the money. AVe pay interest on all savings ' accounts. Bank 0 Hawaii Ltd. Capital-Surplus, 11,200,000 ESIDENCE BURGLARY IIliURllCE i 1: Host Complete Policy; Lb west Rates It Insurance -Department . We to call and make a per sonal . inspection of our Sheridan St. milk depot We shall be glad to see you, because we know you'll be convinced that cleanliness, scientific methods, and care in de livery could not well be carried further. We deliver an absolutely pure milk. Honolulu Dairymen s Association Phono 1542 9 plly ml m mm W MM 1 nared to ...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 16 August 1912

1 Pmrn & F.i - -Siberia. Augl I. For 8. P.t . V Jj'lle, Aug. 20. ' From Yancoif ers Makura. Sept 11. For Ya&reaTtrs Zealandla, Sept. pt v. 4 - - Evening Bulletin. Est 1882. No. 5316. 12 PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, FRIDAY, AUGUST 16, 1912. 12 PAGES. PRICE FIVE CENTS -Miau our, Vol. AA., INO. &3W. HNS -TUT' 1 3iL3 -1 SEM.PEOIIINS It HI 1 C A .TO L3 17 21 J Z1a2J3 i - -i N6 y v fjest Diminishing and Wilcox Believes Its Foe May Be Here While Dr. 8Ilvestrl is scouring the wilds of Africa with the official, as distance of the governments of .the world 1n a search for: a: parasite I that ; will destroy the fruit fly. Dr. E. V. Wilcox, In charge of the Federal Ex pertinent Station, declared' this morn ing, that the fruit flies are diminish ing In numbers; both In the clean cul ture sections and Jn the country. He J f A. ft A. "' 1 I t , ueciares mac wmie nis ooservauons Lave not been completed. there - is every reason to "believe that some pre- daceous insect 1 is atta...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 16 August 1912

.'r: HONOLULU 8TAB3ULLEr IN, FRIDAY, AUG. lfi, 1912. i i m rt f ' : , V" i i wit.; V memos? Several highly-educated Chinese business men ana ' others connected h i -ill jjkio "who are proceeding to the Orient as cabin passengers in jtfie Pacific Mail liner Siberia, experienced consider able difficulty in gaining shore lib erty at Honolulu today, following a riraatlr rtillh1 frrtm 'tTnshinp-tnn now enforced by the Federal authorities at 'M mier-isiami bieamcr n. Bu . this port, which prevents the free ac- rhe Kna Kau liner returned with cess of Chinese from ship to shore, a large lisf- cabin and deck passen Pacific Mail officials have added rrs. Purser Sheldon reports a fine, duties heaped VPOQ. them in that the tr'P 'tn moderate winds and smooth men who don the white and gold lace' The freight list included 4710 must take unustial "precautions' on ar- facks sugar, 5 sacks corn, 32 head rival at the" Chintso ports, against tattle, 20 crates chickens, 61 bunches the importation, of fi...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 16 August 1912

i 4 ' - i HONOLULU STAR-nULLElIX, FRIDAY, AVG. lf, 1912. "v. 'fa t. - 1 m IUUUULLUULL , Aaote signed niaj. A. Butt," and dated "April 16, mid-ocean." It In re ported was picked up on the beach at Plock Island, R, I. The note was In closed la a bottle, the- metal top of which was tad 1 y corroded, and read: "Help. On a raft. Titanic linking. No. water or food." The bottle was found by Joheph P Aiken of North Attleboro. A. J. Loram of New York City and W. H. Jones o' J 04 4 Madison avenue, Paterson. N. J. Thomas W. Brahanj, assistant sec retary to the President, said that no word had been received at the White House regarding the note. George P. Mitchell, supervisor o' the Government tea testers, has re turned from an lnipection of all tea testing ports In the United States an1 Is preparing a report of his finding frr Secretary of the Treasury Mac Veagh. Mr; Mitchell, an expert on teaj and , I rr charge of tea cultivation work nn e'er the Department of Aericulture was .: recently comm...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 16 August 1912

( HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, FRIDAY, AUG. 1G, 1912. .... ii ?tftftrtlltlit if4 jlttf f fvt4t 'll't,'r81l sif filial ion. It is trm that there aiv a VniUllulU XUi - lUuilFIUT iiuiiilM i of prominent ritizens of the territory I f LIVuliMALI I 1LJ tn which Is combined the HAWAIIAN STAR, Mtab- hvll S,IV rtf t,M 1 U'UH ti' fi,,t,, ,,nt 1 il,V! Ilshed 1893. and the EVENING HULLETJN, establish- uA to he found, as a rule, artivelv identified edl&M. ) . . , i A. E. LARIMER of the' Y. M. C A. Jwith I In paity whose main sHMrt seems to he has left for Kauai for wefck :t . vaca- MEMDER ASSOCIATED PRESS. the IULKY JI. ALLEN Editor less meal-ticket crabbers ft-d !v Link Mel 'mid ! tkm- . T. fUFt is spending tins we?k WALLACE R. EARRlNiiTON As a matter of rereni history, the jjovernor MAIN 0WICES Telephones 2 CUANCII OFFICE Telephone 23C5 SUBSCRIPT I OX KATES: DAILY STAR-BULLETIN Per Month, anywhere In United State ... Per Quarter, anywhere In United States Per Year, anywhere In United States Per...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 16 August 1912

' HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, FRIDAY, AUG. 16, 1912. AMUSEMENTS. AMUSEMENTS. m TH E RECREATIONS iw.mnW-S IB R1J0U THEATER (Management R. KIpTIng) ( 4 7," v- i Of-. i . i it.' I L'-- ' '- ' It f :v,. , "GRID DAME" 'OF IS ARRIVAL Mrs. A. E. K. Bidwell, Mistress of Vast Rancho Chico Vecino There arrived by the Pacific Mai! liner Siberia from the Coast today one cf (he ' grande dames" of California, Mrs. Annie E. K. Bidwell. Mrs. Bid well is mistress of the great Rancho Ohico Vecino, and is here on an ex pended visit. To hundreds of Indians near Chico Mrs. Bidwell ,1s godmother, for she .as taught them their knowledge of LATEST I BATHING SUITS , FOR BEACHES OF HONOLULU Here is something that will Interest cu. glrls-HBomelhing In bathing suits, tor no doubt this new affair Is both fashionable and eerrlceable. The up per is made of come light weight ma terial, and at each side of the narrow fckirt, there is an -opening four inches wide, which are fastened . a few r ' inches above the hem wHh ...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 16 August 1912

:.r.-ir a HONOLULU STAIBDLLEl IX, FRIDAY, AUG. 16, 1912. IVirfa LOCAL AND GENERAL ?; f At 20 per cent Off Regular Price To Close Out Odd Lines -1 '-J '. n ........ im ,1 lT MM IVwiM .per Cent, j f : II ll..U2i Your un Opport Refrigerator E, Household Dept. S' : Hal! RVISCOM fr SOFTENS 3 y ' t- "A" . - "' .- -X In iu Pint ndiyz Pint;Can8--Ju.t . The greatest leather preservative, softener and water-proofer known. ' - .- ' r 'V ' : ' .:",'; '.',"v-. ; ; 'V .' ' ; For softMjing and preserving shoes, ?t has no equal, and by apply ing to old or stiff leather, win re storeN flexibility. . Invaluable in rainy or vet places. nclnorny Hsco m'm dn UnionlRacific Transfer Co Limited "Tr if si ojniiujni -JnoA uoqv A. ' per cent Off fT: Buy Good a 3 j- 10 Cheap Cor. King and Fort Sts. Bakery Enough to Waterproof Your Shoes , Shoe Store MESSENGER BOY PARCEL DELIVERY PHONE 1881 We ow everybody and understand the business. spjs q6u s; ' mq uiBiBdBj s pu s:qi : ! Stock and Bond Brokers Thone 1182 I. ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 16 August 1912

t - - HONOLULU STAR"BULLEr IN .PhlDAY. AUG. 1, 1912. V- I LAURENCE REDINGf ON V J W j p4v, V THE mUW MOUTSPORT I I SPORTING EDITOR J (sg iMtlV Tl ' ISNEmAmCK '' l I, HtAliAVIS WILL HAVt CREWS TOW ARIIf M i r- -w i re v i ii in i - - ' r im fti at . mm m. - HlfU I nun uimn IR SENIOR RACE IF BOAT CO j flpp j v Preparation for Invasion of Hawaii Being Made by Alameda Oarsmen, and Regatta Promises to Be Most Important , Ever Held in the Islands Local Men Anxiously Wa'ting 'for News of New Barge i started, beaten (left) and Provided that the racing barge The communication follows: which -is being built by Alf Rogers Mr.. J. B. LIghtfoot, Sec. and Treaa.. arrives here on time. the.Healanl Hawtlltn Rnwin? i.'n p n iw ... - ' -w" " -"O a. ciud win enter two crews in the sen- 335, .Honolulu, H. T. v. v,vi .iretiiBivv. iiiwe is uv&r Mr. Ldgniioot: i am in re, enough OrstKJass material to man celpt of yours of the 24th. I must ;twoboat, and the club members are say at the least Its content...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 16 August 1912

- . - , ,: . 8 HONOLULU ' STAR-BULLETIN, FRIDAY, AUG. lfi, 1012. J ' " 1 I I II - , I I - I I . . 7 ' FOR SALE ';''.: TO LET ROOM AND BOARD ' : ' LOST ' ' ' FOUND - '. " WANTED More soda water drinkers. Better to mffer from stomach ache than D. Ts. Nothing but good effects from drink ing our Root Beer or Pineapple. Hon. Soda Water Co., 34A X. Beretanla. C. E. Frashr, mgr,- 4941-tf Any person musically Inclined to de velop that talent by taking lessons from Ernest K. Kaal, 69 Young Bldg.; Tel. 36&7. k-5302-3m Young man as salesman; able to con verse In Chinese, and English. Ap ply by letter to "Salesman," stating salary required. 5305-5t To tony for cash on start of unim proved land. "Mast be cheap. State price. Address C; CV this office. 6314-3t v i 1 , . ' ..r, j . Partner with' $00 for manufacturing J business. Large-'profit.. For details address "F. A. K.4, Star-BuUeUn. 529Q-lm ' tit-. i , i 1 i 1 i 1 ' Lady stenographer who has had prac tical " commercial . experience. Ad 'd...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 16 August 1912

HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, FRIDAY, AUG. 10, 1012. . .1 . , -0 -ml . r Oceanic SteamsMp Co, FOR 8AN FRANCISCO S. 8. Sonoma.. i ....Aug. 9 S. S. Sierra Aug. 24 S. S. Ventura Sept. 6 C. Brewer & Co., Ltd., Pacific Mail fitanvr of the above company will call at Honolulu arwl leave this port on or about the dates mentioned below: FOR THE ORIENT 8. 8. Siberia. Aug. 10 8. 8. China Aug. 23 8. 8. Manchuria Aug. 29 For general Information apply to H. Hackfeld & Co., StfamirB of .the, above Company or abqut the dates mentioned below: FOR THE ORIENT 8. 6. 8hinyo Maru Aug. 9 8. $. Chiyo Maru.. Sept. 6 8. 8. Nippon Maru .Sept 27 8, 8." Tenyo ' Maru. .... . . . .Oct 3 T0Y0 Calls at Manila, omitting; call at Shanghai. ' . ' ' CASTLE & COOKE, LIMITED, .Agents, Honolulu. : ... . i i ' " ..... 6. ..' i - . 'V .v - V ' r . Olrcct Service Between Sah . FROM-SAN. FRANCISCO : 8. Urilna.tAug.8 ' . 8J& Wlhelmina, ,w...,8ept 11 .8.;. 8, ionoulan.VvV. . Sept 10. ; JIatson Navig v.V.S.. 8,.HIL0NIA...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 16 August 1912

10 IIOXOMJLU STAR-BULL El I X, FRIDAY. A TO. 10. 1012. '.!) t V -V v vv Masonic Temple A Weekly Calendar MONDAY: TUESDAY: WEDNESDAY: THURSDAY: FR I DA Y. SATURDAY: All visit ins: mmlwrs of the order :ir- cordially Invited to at-t-n! me tines of looal lodges. HOXOLl LI LOIKiK, 16, B P. 0. E, Honolulu ldge No. 616, 8. P. O. Elks, meets Id their hall, on King SU near. Fort, every Friday evening. Visiting Broth ers are cordially invltotf to attend. A. E. MURPHY. E. R H. DUNSHEE. Sec Meet on the 2nd and 4th Mondays of each month at K.P. hall 7:30 P. M. Members of vCTEFICUL AStTKia other Asso ciations are cordially Invited to attend. . , TTM. MrKINLEY LODGE, XO. 8, K. of 1. Meets every 2nd and 4th Satur day evening at 7:30 o'clock in K. of P.. Hall, cor. Fort and Beretanla, Visiting brother if ft' cordially Invited -to attend. v - A. F. GERTZ, C. C. F. F. KILBEY, K. R. to. HONOLULU. iEIUE 140, F. O. E. aL"S Meeta on second und fount. Wednesday evening of eacl .fl- tnonib at 7:30 o'clock. ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 16 August 1912

HONOLULU STAIt-BULLETlX, FRIDAY, AUG. 1G, 19& ' V v1'- A, it ... ? i - 'v: ! - s I ' FOR RENT FURNISHED House on Green St., Two Bedrooms, $45 per month House on Kewalo St, , Three Bedrooms $75 per month. Bishop Trust Co., Ltd. 924 BETHEL STREET W. C. A C H I, 'ATTORNEY kapiofartl Building LAW Honolulu (, H P. O. Box t9f , . G. Duiseriberg "STOCKS BONDS I&URANCE : REAL ESTATE . LOAIS NEGOTIATED 76 Berflfet St. Titers 3013; ; J. HOLLIDERG ARCHITECT Estimates Furnished 'oa Buiidlwr. . I - - - Rates Haagonable. ' , 10 Hot! 8t;, Oregon jDMfcjTel Stit ; AT DRINK 's Old Kona Coffee , i-' . BEST ;iN THE MARKET H E;R R Y v M -A'ys & C a A 4 : err . THE Crossroads Bootaiiop. 'trowri A Lyon Co Ltd. ' 1 ALEXANDER YOUNG BUILDING J 'Evarything: In Coeka" James L. Holt; V i ' J. rf- offers some fine lots nef the ttar line at PaJama at a bargain, ; Also the balmy sea-beach home Vf the:'late 'Admiral Beckley at Aqua ..Marine. . , . ... . ORANGE BLOSSOM CANDIES The Host Popular, Candies M...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 16 August 1912

12 HONOLULU S.TAtMlULLElIX, FIUDAY, AUG 10, 1912. i. If You Have a Little Daughter '" tank for her right now three dollars for her firrt year; of life, six dollars for her second, . nine for , her third, and, bo on . until you catch up with h her present age; and then on' her ; nexj( birthday tank to her credit 1 three dollars for each year of her age and keep this up until '; ulie Is 21. She'll have nearly a - thousand dollars, and you'll nev- cr miss the money. j We pay interest on all savings accounts. Bank of Hawaii, Ltd. ' 4 - y ; Capital Surplus, $1,200,000 RESIDENCE BURGLARY INSURMCE if Most Complete Policy 'vf ? west Ilatesi -J Insurance Department We Mvilte to .call and make a per sonal inspection of our Sheridan St. milk depot We shall be glad to see your because we know you'tl be convinced that cleanliness, scientific methods, and care in de livery could not well be carried further. We deliver an absolutely pure milk. Honolulu Dairym en's Association Phone 1542 iileife ti...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 17 August 1912

A From & F.t Sierra, Aug. 19. Fer 8. F.i Nile, Aug. 20. From Yaneoiiers Makura, Sept. 11. For Vancoaier: Zealandia, Sept. 10. vim ft?' Evening Bulletin. Est 1882, No. 5317. Hawaiian SUr. Vol. XX.. No. 6358. 24 PAGES. HONOLULU, TEMUTOUYVOP' HAWAII, S ATUKIJA Y, AlXUTST ii, 1912. -24 PAGES! PRICE FIVE CENTO mmmm " 1,1 ' " 1 i'mi'i iiii i . m - .. . mm mm warn mmmmm mm tm i mm,. : I . , . . ; f s .- , - "MOT GUILTY" .1 V cn p ah I? ChiIIingW6fth, Andrews and Mahelona to , Manage Knv 'His Race ' Wltll. Senator Charles Chilllngworth, I.orrln Andrews ana s. Maneiona vs SUPPOSED TO LIFE RETURNS Marine Drops Through Boat . Bottom to Depths-of Harbor UNABLE TO SWIM FISHED OUT AS DEAD Japanese Rescuers Restore Consciousness and Evade Thanks To walk right through the bottom an apparently sound boat, and, paign, Prlnca Kpbio arranged for V jwmioui. warning, 10 excnange me opening vof- hia . headquarters In. the ! view oi uonoiuiu naruor ai sunset Kanlolanl bulldinr on Monday and an-1 for a ...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 17 August 1912

HONOLULU STAR-BULLE1 IX, SATURDAY, AUG. 17, 112. F Shipping dffiiffii Au p.m. m. n. p.m. M 18 ' 00 2 3 3 Sj 8,47 1117 i39 6-29 B W LM Mil LM B I I IIU U-LjIITIUIIII U LI Lil J 111 1 1 Ull ' .vW ,.fl ORIENTAL PORTS THIS EVENING r ..Two transpacific steamships will; EaJl4 from .Honolulu destined for the . coast of Asia this evening. 'j The Pacific Mail liner Siberia w as to .have gotten away for Japan and China iort8 at noon today. This ves- Bel Is being supplied with nearly four, hundred tons of Honolulu-made sugar rofjljng machinery. Some of the parts Cf, the sugan mill to be forwarded to Formosa are very heavy and much car is required In the handling of the pieces of iron and steel. This morning the slings were raising eight tbn fwheels and twelve ton rollers with apparent ease. vThe machinery is being stowed, away In the forward hatches. It Is to remain there for transhipment at . Kobe, Japan, at which point the ma chinery will be transferred to a ves- V . teL bound for Keelung. F...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 17 August 1912

HONOLULU STA1MU7LLETIX, SATTKDAY, AUG. 17, 1012. LYMAN'S ARREST ON CHARGE OF EMBEZZLEMENT IS ISiv'l st.ir-Hi:ii- tin .i r. nm!' rw , Ip connection with hisjrepearch into HIM). August 10.-charged with! the affairs of the county system her the embezzlement of $f-l and facing Investigation by the finance committee a further deficiency of over G(mo ; of the board of supervisors into th Rufus A. Lyman, Jr.. secretary to f?it details of the Field supplementary re Liquor License commission was ar- port showed that the figures had not rested on Wednesday afternoon and;bten taken from the books but on'y after waiving examination was com- frcm carbon copies of various reports, ir.itted to the grand Jury by Jigol Field was asked to explain the mat Smith in the "p"i "e court the next tei at the meeting of the Hilo Hoard morning. All examination was waived, o' Trade last Tuesday afternoon and The affair ha? created a sensation j repeated what was in his report, in Hilo and it came in the nature ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 17 August 1912

1 1 v HONOLULU STAIMUILLKT IX, SATURDAY, AUO. 17, 1912. In which Is combined tb HAWAIIAN' STAR, estab lished 1893. and the EVE ' LNG BULLETIN establish ed UK. . MEMBER ASSOCUTEX 4'RESS KILEY'ILSVLLEN. WALLACK K. FAKIMNCTON Jtysincss main fcTOassf r. i.V. . : i.i i (Koto alX&ea street ' ' ' - Telphorfes Ztrt, 2256 Editc.i Manage! BRANCH OFFICK MERCHANT STREET Telephoio sni.HlIIlftlO IMTKSr UAILY STAh-fcu'LLETIN Per Month, anywhere In United States Per Quarter, anywhere in United States i ,Per Year, anywhere in United States 'Per year, postpaid, foreign '-m EM I -WEEKLY STAUiULLJ5Tt Per Sis -.Months ler Vcfr, anywhere in Unllexl states -. Per Year, anywhere in Canada Per Year, postpaid, foreign r. ! .7f 12.00 ,$ 1.0C , 2M , ZM , 4.UU I SATURDAY' .p:Vi4a4AUJU$T17f 1912 to any cople. Ami the religious man or thej religious pa jut which holds its eaee in 1 b rrisis to which Mluical iniquity has brought u will lie recreant to the highlit duly of the timers ECONORHT-FOR FOliTICS ONLY P...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 17 August 1912

HONOLULU STAR HULLIIN, SATTHDAY, AUtJ. 17, 1012. r-. . : - THE PRESS and the PEOPLE FOMK KV1LS OF SCHOOL LIFE. Tat the long rchool day is not nec- 'Mary for the end desired has been shown both by accidental clrcum-1 stances and by experiment. In 1909 j It happened that many thousands oi children In New York City had to be restricted to half-day attendance be cause of the oercrowdfd condition oi the fcc!:rols. A well-known authority in c'lHd hygiene made a thorough study of the progress made by thee "half-tlners" and was force! to the conclusion that in New York, at Wast under tbe school conditions then cx itting, a half-day was productive of belter l exults than a whole day. It is interesting to cote that tne results of this rtudy were never pubiislcJ. j . ExnerlpJiro nrnvp that bv a half hour of daily instruction for one or two years any intelligent mother can mnnarr. t,Ar i,im .ni.i- h third grade by the age of eight years. Onej that or nature is somehow queer, rr.oti beur of dall...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 17 August 1912

WMamson & Buttotph LOCAL AND GENERAL nOXOLBLU STAIMHJLLEl IN, SATURDAY, AUG. 17, 1912. i M(2jifigerat(Q)r At 20 per cent. Off Regular Price To Close Out Odd Lines - il 'i. . ; r . per cent. i2 Your Opportunity Off Ketns erator E&Hal! Household Dept Cor. King and Port Sts. a - i ' ' 1 v "I ivisoow ri SnrTFNS ATERPROQ'fa Sanpc. l.. - ' 5 in Pint and " 1'2 Vint -Can Just , The greatest leather preservative, - " . For softening and preserving shoes, it has no equal, and by apply ing to old or stiff leather, will restore flexibility. . . Invaluable in. rainy or wet places. RXcXnerny 1 AilMflDY MESSENGER BOY LiUlMUK I PARCEL DELIVERY OfcPacific Limited 3i Aq p8puuq sj 9jn)iujn j jnoA uoijv, jnq tjeuuei s pB s;qi 'viT'' i , .- -'., f .- pill, k 2 fh f.Vy i I. - I J per cent I 1' To Buy a Good Sons, 1 phots ' Enough to Waterproof Your Shoes softener and water roofer known. Shoe Store PHONE 1861 We know everybody and understand the business. , Transfer Co. Off Cheap T! Bdiiery I i 1 ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 17 August 1912

HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, SATURDAY, AUG. 17, 1912. 4..- t to f !:' i - .'fir . Specials for Monday, Aug. 19 .soys In sizes 2 to 10 years, made In Russian style and Sailor Waists; white and colors. Prices $1.00-to $4.50 .FaEcyflaimelefttes . , :r 2.- . - v ? - ' -f i In Floral Deslgnsjand Potka Dots, and .herders of same pattern; suitable for Kimonos and Dressing Sacques. AM 10c per yard SSfiS '.From C to 14 years; made'of best grade' Galatea, Gingham ana Percales, with Embroidery Trimming and Colored Pipings. Prices $1.25 to $5.00 f & Marsh, Lixnitdd : r HONOLULU. LOCAL-SOCIALIST PARTY : w . . PUBLIC LECTURE IT? ' i. WILL - 8 PEAK ON ; The Wid V ' School Plant V SUNDAY; EVENING, AUGUST 18,; 1912, 7:30 'O'CLOCK v ? . SAN ANTONIO HALL " VINEYARD STREET, NEAR EMMA' v A'"Soda Fountain for . .Particular People Come In and see our new. fountain It will please you appeal to your love of Ihe artistic : It's cleannot ordinarily clean but scrupulously clean. You will enjoy reading the "Pled...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
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