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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 5 July 1912

) : noxoLru: stak hulletix, Friday, july n? ion Make the Liver Do its Duty Nit line m leo when the Km it rjgll i2m stonich od boweU art right. CARTER'S LITTLE LIVER PIL gently but rml pel Izy lhr do iu duty. Cure Con tip&tion, t i lion,. Sick Headache,- and Distress after Eating. sn pa.' Sms d. smn ivke Genuine nw:tew Signature ' COO- J IniTTLK The Wa r fifty Years Ago Yorktown, Va., Suddenly Abandon ed by Its Confeder ate Garrison Federal , Troops Discover the Flight and Rush Into the Empty FortsHidden Torpedoes Encountered In the Streets The Confederate Gov ernment Puts. an .Official Sanction Upon, the Use of Infernal Machines Federal Cavalry Dashes Through Yorktown In Hot Pursuit of the Retreating Army A Second Line of Fortifications Checks Their Advance. 7 . .-,': r.'r.j- h 'd erry renn-,t' ' : ; .'i. l..r m. f.: r. day or ' ,'r. -: I f,f.:,:' in '. v; J Inn -l' n--t UM - W;'. . w!-J tu tu it I lit- i- w::nt)!1v LOCAL AND GENERAL I t N. N, N. N, N. fS f r, f. f. N N, N. N. n...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 5 July 1912

HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, -FRIDAY, J UL Y 5, 1912. 1 1 caii(0i ii for Infants and Children. iThe Iffecto of Opiate G. THAT IXFAXT9 are pecuMarly susceptible to opium and its various prep arations, all of vthich are narcotic, is well known. Even in the smallest doses, if continued, these opiates cause changes in the functiona"and growth of the cells, which are likely to become permanent, causing imbecility, mental perversion, a craving for alcohol or narcotics in later life. Nervous diseases, such as intractable nervous dyspepsia and lack of staying powers, are a result of dosing with opiates or narcotics to keep children quiet in their infancy. The rule amornr physicians is that children should never receive opiates in the smallest doses foi more than a day at a time, and only then if unavoidable. i The administration of Anodynes, Drops; Cordials, Soothing Syrups and olh narcotics to children by any but a physician cannot be too strongly dccril, a the druggist should not be a party to...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 5 July 1912

1 .J- HONOLULU STAK BULLETIN, FKI DAY, JULY 5, 1012. AVA LRYANDARTILLERYIPJ : II FEATS FEATURE OF DAY DAR Fifteen Thousand People, Spellbound, Watch Sensational Per - formances of Soldiers at Kapiolani Park Yesterday norse-. and Gun-men Conspicuous in Entertainment. It isn't customary for the honored Zing up the water patches vt'ioAm FIERY CRATER AND BtlRT SHIP Fl) SPECTACLE guest to supply his own birthday cake, but that 8 Just what Uncle Sam did yesterday, for the soldiers .vere certainly the cake of 4 the national birthday party id Honolulu. . The mili tary features at Kapio'.anl Park .were the principal part of fin -day's enter tainment, and everyone of the. fifteen thousand persons who watched '-he cavalry and artillery perform their hair-raising evolutions went away with a greatly increased respect tor the skill and daring of the men be hind the'guns and sabres. . . ' Four-fifths of the vest crowd that frirged parkward yesterday morning wts skeptical concerning the adver tise!...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 6 July 1912

' From S. F.: I . Sonoma, July 8 For S. F. : Lurline-Koreajuly 9 From Ynnrouicr: C Zealandia, July T7. For Yanrouirr: MaramaV July 1G. Hawaiian SUr, Vol. XX, No. 322. Lvcning Bulletin, Est. 1882, No. 12 lAGES.-H(3XOLUUJ, TE U 12 1 TO I Y O F HAWAII, SATUKDAY, Jl'LY T, 1012. 22 PAGES. PIUCE FIVE CENTS 7 nnr r r uUuU J I.' 1-1 ! - vV I : 1 B W I II. - I t I 1 I . ?' -'! 0 ; jyj: 1 1 I ... 1 ' 1 '.I 1 I 1 U Lj L u LiiijU Liu UU'U - L h . p I inn pi - 3 p'n 111 LO M "If HlPI , I 11 il Secretary of British Embassy fxTakes Trip to Confer with V- Consul Here 'Has the arrivai In Hono'ulu of Ks- mond Ovey,-M. VT. O., second secretary of the British Embawy tC Washing ton, anything to do with the formula tion of a aeflnile British, policy con cerning the Islands, In this part of the Pacifiers which Groat Britain is re cently taking an active interest Mr.. Ovey, wf-9 arrived on, the Mon golia and is i guest at the Univer sity Club Jias had several conference with Thomas Harrington, acting Brit ...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 6 July 1912

4 Yi '0:-rl From S. V.: Sonoma, July S lor S. x Lurllnc-KorcaJuly 9 From Yahromrr: Zealand fa, July 1. For Yancoinrr: i Marama. July 16. 4 v "J. T o o i I at i i K Hawaiian Star, Vol. XX, No. C321'. Kvenlng IJulletln, Kst 3S82. No. SCSI. J'AGKS IU)N0IJULU, TEIinn'ORY OF PAGES. PIUCE FIVE CENTS ' fri- J ' I "1 7 i ! i J Wm 3 : i - f r I v'V .7-:i ' ! rS r . p. : r 'A t m ,4 ' . DIPLOIM IP PR OF Jly" ulS hull First rrO mwmmE ' Ha the arrival In liono'ulu of 12b njond Qvey, M, WO., second Secretary of the' British KnibaMy Lt Wafhlng ton; anything to do with the formula tion '.of a t.cnnlte ;liritl6h ioHcy;Con ccrrilng th?; Islands In this part cf ihe racilic in Vhlt-ii rtrcat Uritain Is re cently taking an active Interest? ' Mr. Ovey, who arrived on the Mon golia and -Is a guest at the Uuiver slly jCInb ,ha8 had several conferences with Thomas Harrington, acting I3rit Irh consul. In the absence of R. S. V. Forster who 13 on leave. In the manner of diplomats,; Mr. Ovcy is non-committal ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 6 July 1912

HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, SATURDAY, JULY G, 1912. (Additional Shipping on Page 13) GENERAL P. F. Samuels, Vice President nnd Geoeral Manager , of the Oceinic Steamship Company, with headquart ers at . San '-'Francisco, is making a round trip in the liner Sonoma, that Is now en route from the coast to Ho nolulu. ' i Mr. Samuels will make a general in- j-V"" v T wc,a.4-UiiB Ui v... .v. . the liners In the San-Francisco-Aus- MANAGER SAMUELS -L Bervice- v sumption, and this is a fact which may The Sonomo Is due to arrive off this nave far-reaching consequences capa port. at an early bour on Monday ble, perhaps, of following sooner than morning. At me local omce or me steamship company It Is" planned to dispatch the nner for Sydney by the way or rago rago on or auout nve ociocar in tne evening or me same day The Sonomo wlil.be glven-an addl- , tional shipment of fuel oil, the oil being transferred from the storage tanker Falls of Clyde, to the stesm- er's tanks. The Sonomo is to arrive her...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 6 July 1912

HONOLULU ST AIMJ ULLET I X, SAT UK DAY, JULY G, 1012. LEGAL NOTICES. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FIRST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, TER RITORY OF HAWAII,. HOLDING . TERMS IN THE CITY AND COUN TY OF HONOLULU. TERRITORY OK HAWAII by 'Mar Kton Oampbell, . Superintend -nt of Public Work., I'fttftt iff and Petition er, vs. GOO WAN JIOY KT A I... De fendants and Respondents. Eminent Domain. - ' TERM SUMMONS. THE TERRITORY OF HAWAII: To' the. IIICIH' SHERIFF.'' of th TER RITORY OF HAWAII, or his Dep Jutxi th SHERIFF of the CITY AND '.COUNTY or HONOLULU, or his Deputy. ' you arf; commanded to sum-' tnon GOO WAN HOY; ENOCH JOHN SON;'' KAMAKA STIL1.MAN: ROSE Mt lNERNY, wlff of E. A. Mclnfrny: E. A. McINERNY; CARL ONTAI; GEoRGE D. ROBINSON; GEORGE . T. ROBINSON; J. A. MA GOON; LI L1KALANI; THOMAS LALAKEA; "ROSEK. AIAU; LUM CHAN: CUIN KWAU KHI; WONG LEONG; HAR RY DO. JOJJ JAPANESE BENEVO LENT SOCIETY, a corporate ; W. O. SMITH, S. M DAMON. E. FAXON BISHOP, ALBERT F. JUDD and AL FRED W. CARTER. TTmtees und...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 6 July 1912

HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, .VTUKDAT, JULY C, 1012. " 1 .-.' -- ' . - . LEGAL NOTICES. IN. THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FIRST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. TER RITORY OF HAWAII, HOLDING TERMS IN THE CITY ANO COUN . TY OF HONOLULU. TKimiTORY OF HAWAII, by Mar- um Campbell. Superintendent of Public Work. Plifttlf' and l titlon . r, vs. GOO WA.VJIOY KT AU De- lenoants and Respondents. Kmlnent Domain. . TERM SUMMONS. " THE TERRITORY OF HAWAII; To the lHGH SHIiRIFF of th TER- lUTortV OF HAWAII, or hia ixp- uty; the SHERIFF of the CITY AND COUNTY OF. HONOLULU, or his Ixputy. YOU ARE COMMANDED to sum mon GOO WAN HOY; ENOCH JOHN. HON; KAMAKA STILLMAN: ROSE MilNERNY, wife of E. A. Meln'erny; 15 'A: McINERNY; CARL ONTAI; GEORGE D. ROBINSON: GEORGE T. ROBINSON; J. A. MAGOON; LI LIKALANI; THOMAS IA.LAKEA; ROSE K. AIAU; LUM CHAN; CHIN KWAU KHI; WONG LEONG: HAR RY DOE JOE; JAPANESE HENEVO LENT SOCIETY, a coloration; W. O.' SMITH; S. M. DAMON, E. FAXON BISHOP. ALBERT F. JUDI and AL FRED V. CARTER, Tru$ tt-es under th...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 6 July 1912

4 IIONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, SATURDAY, - JULY- fi, 1012. r, VJ ) ' id , iinuoliulu tar -Wbtttt Id which is combined the HAWAIIAN STAR, estab lished 1893. and the EVENING BULLETIN, establish ed 1882. ; . . . H V i i MEMBER ASSOCIATED PRESS. RILEY H. ALLEN. . . ..... . . . . . ..... .Editor yj WALLACE It FAnmNGTON.v .. . . ..... ') MAIN OFFICES IJusincsH Manager 1059 ALAKEA STREET Telephones. 2185 22.16. BRANCH OFFICE MERCHANT STREET Telephone 23CS. . SUBSCRIPTION RATES: DAILY. STAR-EULLETIN Per Month, anywhere in United States ... Per Quarter, anywhere in United States .... Per Year, anywhere in United States .... .v. Per year, postpaid, foreign. 7. ... ........ , . SEMI-WEEKLY STAR-BULLETIN $ .73 2.00 8.00 12.00 .Per Six Months . Per Year, anywhere in "United States Per Year, anywhere in Canada .. . Per Year, postpaid, forelm ... .. . . . -.1 1.00 ....... 2.00 3.oo . . 4.00 SATURDAY JULY C, 1912. The great ilex of any, century in to lc meas ured finally by the individual eharaetern of...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 6 July 1912

HONOLULU STATT-BULLETIXj SATURDAY, JULY (5, 1912. ) 1 -A THE PRESS And the people NEW YORK SUN: Tatt wins, as was his riht 'under the conditions forced for personal ren-' geance and personal ambition by the candidate 01 the Indefinite Tenure.' The tired Chicago convention complet ed it work last night amid unprece-' dented scenes of raob turbulence ana physical violence. Tor which Mr, Roos evelt's presence and Incitement arc solely responsible, tew men besides ,Elihu Root could have preserved even the semblance 01 respectable contin uity In these proceedings. The police were needed and did their duty. The framework of the party has beenSav- j ed-.from dissolution. Thti nJatform. i speaking generally fairly represents the principles of preservative statea-i v iruit.u VUC f ICUCUI uuu Uie ; sane r of the Republican leaders have contended. , f CHICAGO TRIBUNE: . Col. Roosevelt In ibis campaign has performed a service to the American people us great as any even he has done them in the p...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 6 July 1912

nOXOLULU STAR-BULLETIN,: SATURDAY; J ri (1, 1012. The War fifty Years Ago Battle on the Bank of York River Two Federal Columns Start From Yorktown Toward Richmond. "Stonewall" Jackson Wins a Slight Victory at Mc Dowell, In the Shenandoah ValleyConfederates Hastily Evacuate Norfolk, VaM and the Ram Merri mac Is Destroyed by Her Own Crew Spirited Naval Action on the Mississippi Wooden Confederate Ships Sink One Federal Ironclad and Drive Another Ashore. Sy Caprtln CEOItiE L KILMER. Litj U. S. V. HEN the Confederates sud denly evacuated Yorktown on May 4. 1&)-'the penin sula campaign of the Ariay of tiwroU cue tool; on u new. phase, j The inovp made by the Confederate j tviijcunder General J. li Johnston j surprised his own government and the'j southern Deanle. It was exiecled of i hl;: that he would keep the Fi-deral army m a unfe (JUtiUfe from Rich mouJ. After abandoning hi strong k mtlon on York river lie could do so j only by opposing It In open P.o!d. Me- CMhmV base was at For...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 6 July 1912

nOXOLUW STAR-BULLETIN, SATURDAY, JULY ,6, 1912. AT THE HOTELS AMUSEMENTS L ' AMUSEMENTS. . I nnnnn irrtntin I ... 1 1 t . s- r t y Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of letter Day Saints. Church on King atreet near Thomas Square. .9:45 a. m. Sunday school: classes for all ages and adult classes in both English and Hawaiian; lesson topic, Jethro. 11 a. m. Monthly prayer and sacrament meeting, at which every member should try to be present. 6 p. m. Zlon's Religio-Literary Society. Musical and literary program andnor mal lesson on the Book of Mormon; also review of past quarter's lessons; 7:30 p. m. Evening worship; preach ing in English. All our .services are open to the public and a cordial invi tation is extended to strangers in thp city, to come and meet with us. CENTRAL UNION. Rev. Doremus Scudder, D. D., min ister; Rev. Amos A. EberioLe. asso ciate minister 9:f,0 a. m. Bible school. William A; 15'iwcn, Huperintendent. 10:10 a. m- Adult Bible class for men and women.. Conducted by...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 6 July 1912

HONOLULU STAR BULLET I X,-S AT'UR DAY, J ULY 6, 19 1 2 f I ' ' ' If K C Baking; Powder works like magic. Recipes for considered difficult to b now come out of the ov light, dainty and deli cious. It fairly makes you hungry to look at them. CAKING FOVDin Is the housewife's best friend, lighten ing her burdens as well as the food. Wherever K C is used 5ou will find healthy, liappy families and a con ten ted housewife. Com plies with all pure food laws both State and National. Jztiucs Mfg. Co., Chicago Special V. : For tlio 4th c ir 5i l '""II 1 1 II x y mo - n MILLINER ' N'UUANU STREET, ABOVE KINO .r ' re tVit choice of th exclusiva man for Attf m$ from ' . .ie Ori G1 KING STREETNEXT TO ADVERTISER-OFFICE. .'::;2r To Sail For " Home July 24th Secretary Paul Super of the Y. M. C. A. will sail for Honolulu on the Lur l!ne July 24, according to a letter re- cived yesterday by A. E. Larimer, act in:; general sectary. In this letter which was written in Cleveland, Ohio, tl.e general secreta...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 6 July 1912

0 SSSSSSfli News and Comment Written by Experts ' I Page Edited By L. REDIIIGTOIT " nOKOLULU STAU-BULLEflN, SATURDAY, JULY G, 1912. i - : - : ... Ml MS WHAT WILL, U'L ARTHUH DO now? He has Jiit caught some "white Ira nil trying to pinch hi crown, and Jian duly administered a ppanklng, but he has run the whole course of suc cessful pugilistic celebration, and now the only excitement that .seems to be In prospect I to stand trial for, smug gling a $3000. necklace into the coun- ' tr- . V.-.C .: 1 " Poor 'Johnson! It' certainly tough luck to fight a championship (?) bat tie and then have nothing to celebrate) and no one ta help you do It. Jack Is a . nrst-class .little celebrater when given half a chance, but In this In stance no one took the fight very se-r riously, or, at least, those who: did will ' not be In a mood mentally, or financially to assist the champion over the prim rose path. Even the Pullman porters will find it hard to make a hero of Jack all over again. Just because h...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 6 July 1912

10- nONOLULU STAH BULLETIX, SATURDAY, JULY C,' 1012;- "GREATER HUP" 4 cVlOTOR CARS TT ... t : : , -- LOZf ERS AND PAC HMDS FOR ( g 1 3 TO ARRIVE HERE SOON . The steamer "Mongolia" broucht for the von Hamm-Young Co. the first of the splendid 19i3 Lozler Model 72 Riverside" touring cars, which haa been orcered by Mr. George R. Carter. The Lazier company In shaking of this new model have the following to tay: "The announcement of the startling icftiurcB ana improvements on tne rJY6 Type 72 .Lozier has created a sensa tion in automobile- circles and has caused a rattling of old dry bones in the, ranks of some of the competitors of the Lozler. You may have receiv ed circulars from the builders of some of ' these cars telling you - that they are going, ahead .3'cHIng 1912 models nd advising- you not to pay tny at tention, to any 1913 announcements made at this season of . the year. The fact that they feel it necessary to take these measures shown Just how great ly, they are concerned over...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 6 July 1912

nOXOLULU STAR-BULLETIN; SATURDAY, JULY C, 1012. 4 OH n 1 7 .Q ? ."V ; . . t ' ) it K X Everything best in the art of f , t good shoemaking Is found in HANAN SHOES '.'.Ti They are the true, aristocrats of the shoe wond; They are worn by that class' of mm vvho insist on X--5?v having only the best that money can buy. f -.,J We-cany all kinds of shoes, but .when we '," :." fitted youout witrrTa pair of . -. ... , , , ,. we somenow leel more contented because we know you have bought the best shoes made. haveV;'. THE PROMOTER By GEORGE FITCH A proinoter Is a man who can mix few years. He must have unllinifed up a little hope, eloquence, and mathe faith in commercial progress and the matics Into a prospectus, capitalize ability to write about patent washing the same for one million dollars, and machines and new monorail systems sell tfce stock for real money ana. go eloquently that the man who reads ' ... ... .. . . ... "' ' ' ' t ;' . 1 u lrz?osh bodybuilder: 40 per cent commission. . A ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 6 July 1912

" r HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, SATURDAt, JULY G, 1912. 1 1 fr : . $5 ... V- ,r : ' ''''-T " : : : J.N. r... N.. 'n. f. N. N. f. N. N. K f.. & J! I r irs. Frederick J. Lowrey' Pol Supper. : - Mr. and Mrs. Frederick. J. Lowrey' -re giving a poi supper tonight at Z their country, home. NInJko. -or Mr. T Alan J. Lowrev and hia rlWp friends, Mr. Paul Hollister. Mr. Stev- II,n" Ianoa- Maklkl, - r? tnson and Mr.-Ed. Watson; f Covers 1" Tjeday Walkikl, Kaplolanl v III be laid for: Misses Jessie Ken- pat"k Kalmukl. Palolo. , rfdy, Alice Cooke. Nora Storgeon. j Wedneidays Nuuanu. Puunul, Y.'ilhelmlna Tenney, Lorn a Iaukea, Pacific Heights. First and third ''Kther Kopke. Muriel Howatt, Elolse ' Wednesdays, above Nuuanu V.'ichman, Violet Stover, .''Mary Ton bridge; second and fourth Wed -Holt, Helen" Gervln, ? Helen North, nesdays, below bridge; fourth -die McCorriston, Helen . Klniball, Wednesday, Pacific Heights: first Inrgaret Waterhouse Judge und'Mrs. ' and third Wednesdays. Ale'wa "le, Mr...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 6 July 1912

- HONOLULU STAT BULLET XX, .SATURDAY; JULY C, 191 l7IiQh:c.::dlTi:2YQ i Is an absolutely important essential to investors or hone 'ujyers . kex raw-AV A 1 1 rr- ,vt .... 1 t:::m-:m:mm 9 ifc'Sii pt:ost of honor at a picnic party il the- home of Mr. RJbbert Atkinson at the Peninsula tomorrow, given bj Miss Hose Herbert. The yoans-folks be chaperoned by Mr, and . Mrs. Younger Set Entertained. Miss Gustave &chaefer Entertained. On Monday afternoon Miss Dorothy The San Franciscq Examiner says: Wood -entertained some of the mem One of the unexpected pleasures of hers of the younger set at a Flvet' the week was the big tea giYen on Hundred Dartr af the Seaside Hotel- Tuesday afternoon, at the home of ;.. M't Rose Herbert's Picnic Party. I The -affair was In the natora of a Mrs.: Clarence Orange.' in Broadway. is.i Harriet. ; Lucas win be the garden party, for the card tapies were j. up lnviiauau we wnowea uy ;uie. placed on the lawn; Mrs. wooa ana ea o qmcwj mui mu uias or aa.. Mrs. Ca...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 6 July 1912

14 HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, SATUHPAY; JULY C, 1912. 9 - A PAGE 'FOR E1R IN l Chat : Home and Fashion Hints and Other Activities: Th ings Feminine WOMEN 'AND TERESTS COMFORTS FOR SEA TRAVELER EASY TO FIND ''' . are rather expected to choose peda- Some Hints on How to Make as their means of support. . j. Oneself Comfortable While I Ka s.w c" S?tiawof Globetrotting ! Smith. Cornell, Barnard, Vassar and ; '' Welles ley women who are bridging During these days when friends are' EaI between the world of opportu packing up. for a vovage across an ; nil and the .girl graduate, and their ocan. possibly two of them, dne is . business is to find positions for the glad to contribute something that will graduates in sperlized service. Lra adl to the comfort of the traveler. 1 Ployers are dirtied to the secretaries Hugs have, been crothetted tiil,m6st:of the organized branch oftteauaj .. ivv v l nae. who sudpIy them with trained v i v w ii i lit i i i i imi 1 1 n k ; t 1 1 - wwiiii iiiuii of them"...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 6 July 1912

HONOLULU TV , r Vi. r PEssirjEsr.3 is fjov held PROPERLY AT DISCOUNT Securities ArA Pirkpri I In ac l''rore l.ne attacking party disappears. O.lUUIIUtb Mre riCKCa UP aS u u r;ot 0 much what the rebel Quickly as They Are Dropped DIVIDENDS ARE COMING, have actually done In destruction of property and other way, as it" t that they evidently hold in reserve a power for vastly more of much destruction If the trouble is allowed to drag along Intsv a. war nf rnct The rrfent COn VYI IH dUMfc INCREASES dlt,Pns are evidently intermediate be ' ' ' , tween a return to normal, or to much rv . . rt' i m more violent demonstrations, and no t nOlieer 10 neaeem OlfUUU,- one can foresee which turn will fol- 000 and Refund S500,- low- Th,s wlth tne that the 26; 15 Oahu. 26; 1Z Oahuf 261 ; 10 Oahu, 26. v Friday, July 5, 1912. Between Boards. 32 Oahu, 26; 10 Onomea. 52V4; 50 Onomea. 53: 75 Onomea, 53 , 15 O. R, & L. Co.. 136; 15 Haw. Pine, 42; 10 Haw. Pine., 42; 5 Haw. Pine.. 42; 1000 Hilo ex 6, S4H...

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