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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 17 August 1912

Honolulu STAn-nuLilETix, sattthdAy; aug. 17,4912. SIMPLE LIFE LED BY DEMOCRACY'S DELEGATES E IE 1123 O'er hill and dale There's no place like Statement from Kuhio Given Out ;onv Hawaii Urges n 8 MAN FOR ' ASKS ' FOR n H - :- !: 'IP-J ; ljiM?j!VJ jjjjfp " - i, . ..... - n - -- ivyt'-lv' ?: .... - y ' -' a.lL- ii naima inn uniiiMQiri mi n (i.V"w . v;,;: ' , ' n - J f " V '.- . ' f . liuia.TAruLt!:iua., ' Aoguv -uut ruur i iriuiub n. iviarexiii.jv, iae veuiociaiic iiouiinee ior vice prvsi- dent, and Wrs.i Marshall are an ideally tappy pair. - vTlveyhave-iio children,, are devoted to eacn other and live s ; - v.iifr Quietly as his pubiic.tife permits in. a nrodest home. , Governor- Marshall was born in Indiaha'and never lias ' Ji t jived outelde the state. of..ine'8Ute''war.ii8:rst''pbtitr' ? -:cat office. Governor Marshall's fath er was a nephew oflhe late'tthleJgStlce r MarshaH: - ' . - .' ' 1 - " i " . 1 "." " 1 , " .- . fc- r ' -- " -" . 1 1 ' i ' TROLLEYRULE v.. FDRIDERS .The Quest...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 17 August 1912

3, '' : ft 3- Y 4, 4 r t j LAURENCE REDINGTON T" St' hfc , f E WWHMOUTSmT H I SPORTING EDITOR 0&lC' jlC ; ' ISNEyAKN0CK . ! Great Britain s All-Star Olympic Team For ip'":. j;--; PROFITS OF RACE GO TOWARDS PARK IT, Arrangement Between Horsemen Committee and Park Com C mission Will Benefit the Entire Community Not a Money-Making Venture and Clean Sport Without Gambling Is Assured r ( The announcement : that Hhey Park Contra ikelcni ra tact rurr.ed .KapioUnl , Park over to the horsemen and that thre vas.ixow no .obstacle In the war of the Labor Day race, meeting, print- ed In yesterday' . StarBulletln, vas ; S ailed r.wlth delight ny very sports , iaan In Honolulu.', A crackerjack card vl ten 'faces has been announced,' and vhile this looks like a large. order to fill In one afternoon, two of the events . ore match races In which only two horses are entered, and it should not lake much time to run them off. At that, lt; will mean hustllns and: effi- ; cient management to get throu...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 17 August 1912

HONOLULU STAR-BDfcLET IN, SATTIilUY, AUG. 17, 1012. ' NWS THE HEW, By GEORGE FITCH 1 . o u uu . V 10 1 pi f m V? : i ' VON HAMM-YOUNG COMPANY REPORTS BIO DEMAND FOR CARS New Models Find Favor in Isl ands Next Season Prom ises To Be Brisk f. TJip ear axls are three-quarter float ing and the brakes this year are ab- is due to the generous wheel base, arge wheels and tires, roomy ton neau, and deep seats and fs not equal led in any other car, regardless of rep utation or price. One's pleasure i automobiling is strictly limited bv the comfort quality of your car. So, on 11 he Kissel Kar's clalr for superior comfort, if for nothing else, ride in a Kissel Kar. The models this year are 3t, 40, ",0 and 60, h. p. cars, of 4 and C cylin- Kolutely periect. as either brake is tiers. Kimiantted to slop' the car and holclVf .mfr.14x,414' e 1 it positively on a 20 per cent gradehe 40 13 .tbe ? Sales of the von Hamm-Young Co. during the eek"are divided amongst Uhe Buick, Oakland r and Overland cars...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 17 August 1912

11 3 - 11 lii(B 4 11 IT' 4 Cycle. i .A. 1 V?: Water cooled, Thermo ypii Syotes Long HONOLULU BTAR-BULLE1IX, SATURDAY, AUG. 17, 1912. 1. . - ir-r- .. . 1 , ; - ": - mm Xs3 1 vA3 k: -x Mi m : oi ' C v''V A sS. ' rraaMaaaaaaaaaaaaaa-,------- -f-im ia i-a-iiil i" i" " T' - f - ' V-Tl I f-Mt 7 I IJ A L I U III II 1 1 II A I- I. n tin L III n 3EJllv I L AU 'LAV I a-a a pta r -w a wrviw mm a n ar a v w a mn why ai a wa v w-i a a rwi . r I tit m I i: I r isi 1 1 ii iMi iiu hi n w 1 1 ii it v i Mil i 4ii i s , llll II I I lllilllll lli.il I WJt n I WJtJ ll if I ai - mil llll 1 3L aavvaaTl . -- ' 1 :iuim Mie -O if 1 1 II llllll ii I II III HIM I IilKIIII I II E III Mil ill Hill I - r-A ii m a ii uiiu aii u m . i a : liiiii aar ; a m iji nu if uiiiu i a : Russia. and Japan Face-Each Other in Manchuria' and . 1 Look for Spoils", v PEKIN, Chlnv' August 4. Fourteen years ago Russia secured from China . , lease on Port Arthur for twenty : fi ve years, and the' right to built a '..'' railroad, - to...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 17 August 1912

.1 12 . HONOLULU STAlT-DULTiB' IN, SATURDAY, AUG. 17, 1012. ' ' -; r1- i' 0 NE of the roost enjoyable and! Murphy, Miss Rose tflerbert, Mlsr AlcChesfcey, Uliss Margaret Wadman, that the ride across the, continent was 4 ynlnue affairs ofthe season -wast Roth Soper. Miss Sate Ludgate, Miss" tffes; Wlibelmina Tenney, Miss Hilda also pleasant. 'the "baby" dinner on ;We4flee-j Huh Richards, Miss MurieMIowatt., ronr, Holt; Miss Eleanor; ,-Tay. Miss av -M-nfnr '"at rwWHi Mi 188 Marguerite Wadman, Miss Rosa- Elisabeth Darey, Mr.: Carter Gait, Mr. Blrs. Lewis Fajrent Turner of 4UUUU OnaiUj, ill ico iiuua iui US) mwa, uii. riauua ajiwotu, j una 10 oivuuiug uit o U ill UlUl ill Lllr Myrtje Schuman, Miss. Martha " Mc-' Herman von Holt, Mr. Jordan. Mr. uolulu. . Cbesney and Miss May von Holt . Charles Herbert, Mr. George Fuller, . . . Mr. Percy Npttage, Mr. Bert Clara, Mrs. Ray Caker Rietow was host- Mrs. Arthur Kice of Kauai was the Mr. Alan Renton, Mr. David Larsen, ess at a prettily appointed...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 17 August 1912

- . r . - ' , .W ' - HONOLULtJ STAR BCI.LE1IX, 6ATURDAV, AUG. 17t 1012. 1y THE LINEN DRESS PROBLEM ' . .' Every . woman cove a linen fn or two for practical all round wcaV wMte one and a colored one if GEIiEB ETEB HWe. Pot linen of a satisfa-tory quil 4il? -tr la expensive, andt even bYsA'&X:& rfoaomicai 01 paiierna cosU at liM Cve : loUara.-;. - .. , ,..;tVH" r : One clever girl, however, ha vnlvo. ; the problem , of Hneir gowii;forfVi and as they cort reio lltt! ,, 7" 'v - SOCIETY NOTES , BY C 8. ALBERT. : ; . ;Cl?lcal fUai-Bulktin CorreBpomlfnccl WASHINGTON, D. August 2. Miss Helen Taft and her brotLer, Mr. , Robert Taft, will leave their rar -r i.? home at Beverly, Mass. for a monta" : norceDack trip tnroagfrtne Glacier Na tional Park, in Montana. In Mlnnea : roHt , their Drrt ,stop, they will be ' gncttc of BIra. George. E. Vincent,, who will chaperon a party of young people f 01 the outing. Mi8 Isabelle Vincent ts8 at Bryn Mawr with Misa Hele and will be a debutante ne...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 17 August 1912

nOXOLTTim ' STAR-BULLKTIN, FRIDAY, AtO. lf, 1912. Mortars Ready To Rain Shell on Invaders 1 M ' -.. 4" -p : A. 5; 4 iu.-'r'. . 4. A 14 Gmmm for urn camf.-. mm mas. mmAeicsmm oft mii "" - - .- .1 t By LAURENQE REOINGTON. fccrwne in" Hawaii ana a good tnaji people not so Trtunate a to i - "111. i li Ijm ka I ft .n. . t m F"kl n am . v. u iwu, tuww mat ifiAiuuuu Htad is a tortitied rock, home of ; these people know that, sheltered , be hind the crater and 'frowning pall of the old volcano, a' dollar battery is' Ltuucu, aua v.nlle aoxnefcave a fair working idea of what mortars are, there are siul some woo contuse the Urm with tne, building trades and col ' Kg headgear. , , ,. - a mortar is a dock-tailed cannon r t that looks as though it had grown ' - suddenly ricn And .ueU ac foruw au ituuuutcft xfoxn the'old.jVlllage. It., carries its nose' In the air perpetually, ' and has a trick ot looking over i- p.w ucaas and then dropping some-! thing on t them. Mortars -won't look ! au enemy st...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 17 August 1912

HONOLULU , STAIt-B ULT-ETI.H.VTtIlh)A Yf AUCL 17,. 4 912. ( Your requirements efficiency and economy demand goodoii in first cost. ity, All our material is (tiswied Itbith ah expert nnowieage or exact service con- is produced from the best materials and workmanship obtainable Let us do your Monymg ; HoueWiring iMqhefi4. . : '.: , 1 1 11 11 ' - ' " ' ,, , . , ' i II , ; ... : -v ' -V . . .-. . : ' : -' e ; y ... ,-. v -"-'' V'V" '''-' ' ' " " -: .-.At . " :-- : - - . ' v- ?- KElectncal Supplies ' ' ' ; V 'i'- 'I .' -I' . 1 1 1 ,' ' -'; . . , ' ' i- --. - r -V ,:4 . V'' v.V-- -Tj i -;.?:.. '- ; ; . t .; v"- '-'--v' ; f'.'.';l'-'' ;' -rV ' . .'",':'''-'".,. .' " f' r'v'- )"'; . : ' ;' 5" " ' -. :V- v J .t i'r-. '-., ;'-7--" s . . i - Co rher:D ish dp dndi Kin S tie ets 1 PHOM 3059 Powdef the results are ,3 ure ; and ' certain r There is no guessrork V ; , You Know beforehand the family, will be pleased ,v with your efforts.' Forv when you use f;-: ; . ; bate-da' troubles disappear -vli...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 17 August 1912

1G , , IIOSOLULJD iSTAH-BULLEliN, . SAXU KD A Yf AUG. 1 T, 1 91 2. 4 V V "i For "a TmAmrrt cimrvr 'tit for ahv other meal at knv ! other timeTuie very latest thing in stovet -the best mat sioTe-arasrs ccn go -i a .. ; ' Ivlei' T?cnSci ion It Burru Oil It " Concen trates Heat i ib VcsU It Is Handy It is Ready ' No Delay Oil Ccolt-stovc Emtk Fr&ocUco, CaL It coocectrte the hett wtcre you wast it ' U it u quick a got, rteef and haatf tha coal, cKetper tKaa dectricttjr. ;.' - THe New Perfealioe Store l WAoweV isiihed m kkktl, ritk cabinet U, drop eWlvea, towel rack, etc L. M3 wKb I. 2 or 3 kxnen ' All 6lrn carrr Ui New Perfection StoSe. Fm Ceok-Book wiilt every itove. Cock-Hook k 'gnrea to anyone eeacliag Scoot lo com meiliag coeV- STANDARD OIL CO&lPANY I laeerpor ! ten ? Saa Jo;, &L Satfranieaia, Cat Maryrriro.CaJ. : Fresno, Co. . Portlaad. OMb' SaattU. Weak. : Spokane, Wuh. : Tacotna, Waao. 10 nana SALE of our quotations as it appears. Beet concealed, In baking cakes cri"c...

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

4 HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIX, SATURDAY, AUG. 17 1912. . Local Chat : .Home and Fashion Hints: and Other Activities: PAGE FOR NTERESTJ" - ... . - . k . - mmmmm .. IELIGIOUS Things Fem iniiit. ; .v . . Ar4 rv 4 tev j of Pleasant Surprises Capitalized by Clever Vomen Loire Hbw They Enjoy and Profit by a Most Ingenious Occu v pation If you were iylng la bed or Just atle - to sit. op In a chair concalesclng from some wretched Illness and were find ing the time between Interesting oc curences very long, shouldn't you Just love to have some, one . bring you a mysterious box full of carefully wTap-i-ed little package, each contslntag a "surprise gift chor en partlenlrlv. to -: meet the need of your own lndlvfdnal -personality? . Wouldn't the childlike delight you "would have In trylne guess whit was Jn tb alluring little parcels ffm Ihe "f eel" : and from the nonsense Jlng'es written on . the cards ntUched tn them chut a brightness over many5 hour? And the joy Is sure tnbe extended over dayr wh...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 17 August 1912

HONOLULU STAE-BULLETiN, SATURDAY, AUG. 17, 1012. Feats of Men esses President Emeritus .4" if;. 18 BMBWMBWHBPWHWMWMMMWWMMMMMPWWMWt wms. ELIOT wonderful RAILROAD CONSTRUCTION WORK IN HAW AM Baring 1 " I ?"I a'icf:. ?:4 'a V k . ' m f . 5 fvw.V v.-gT.-5.: . .. . - - -v.-. ;:'V-f . v- - , .- Impr HILO. Aug. 15. The Hamakua ex- tension of the Hllo railroad company m inspected recently by Dr. C. W. Eliot and party, a special train being put at the party's disposal for this trip. Many srominent dot1a lofnxl th Eliot party at the Hllo depot, and the Ksw'.wftvu oa wujiuiuiui lull, ur, Eliot sat at the rear end of the biff ... t . uoserrauQu coacn ana was very mucn fileased With thft apptiprv An rnnfa "Your scenery is very beautiful" he aaidV "and although there is none of it that can come up to certain parts ' nf . OavIati it Koq f O amrtVllno. ulna f . TiaYA Mn T nrtt nf on t-oq in. elude the volcano in this, for that is the most unique sight I have ever -. seen. ; have seen Vesuvius, and ...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 17 August 1912

HONOLULU STAK-BULLE1IN, SATURDAY, AUG. 17. 1912 : ID ; X You Have a r Little Daughter bank for her right now three dollars for her first year; of . life, six dollars for her second, nine for her third, and so on until you catch up with her t 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 stfe Is 21. She'll have nearly a ' thousand dollars, and you'll nev er miss the money. We pay interest on all savings accounts. Bank of Hawaii, Ltd. Capital-Surplus, $1,200,000 RESIDENCE BURGLARY ! INSURANCE 1,1' MostjGomplete Pphcy;ii Iiburaii( 'Department; v 1 . . ... . . ...... & if - .- f 1 i v lV - - If Honolulu were again swept . v hj a conflagration, could youj4' colleet jour Insurance t , :f t il - d Brc7er & Col; ttcli ; i iCSTAi3LISHED 4826)-v ; " represent the tbe largest and ' strongest fire Jusurance compn-r nles In the arorld. - Lowest Rates f : Litisntl Settlement More Than a HIillion ) 'i ks- v Dolla...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 17 August 1912

r 20 HONOLULU, STAIMUJLLEllS, VTCRDAY-AUG. 17, 1912." ' 3 A Clear t irZczsohfc7ernp For or plex ion Weekly Calendar MONDAY TUE8DAY1 WEDNESDAY! j . ?' K THURSDAY " " "" FRIDAY i 8ATURDAY1 ;A1l vUiltlnr member of the order are cordially Invited to at tend meetings of local lodges. HONOLULU LODGE, 618, B. P. 0. E, Honolulu Lodge no. oio, BP. O. Elks. meeU In their hall., on KInglSL. near Fort, verj Krlda) evening. VialdaBr6th ers are cordially Invited :.7 i.e. V jto attend.. JL E. MURPHY. E. VL,j, H. DUNSHEE. Sec.. each . mourn at K.P. hall 7:30? P M. Members of JiaUr vCEFIClULrllTirn cordially Invited to atten mi. JfcKIXlET LODGE. .50. 8, K. Of P. - ' V-.::' MeeH every zna ana ui oaiur- c, - rv-iday evening at. 7:30 o clock in K. of P. Hall, xor. Fort and BeretanIa.V VlsltlngAbrotherj cordially Invited . toSattend. ?v f -1 h , A. F, GERTZC. C, : ; t : ; ; . yf F. KILBEY. K. Rf : "iOjiOLULU AERIE lio; F.' 6 Ei ' '"""""') Meets on second' and -fount. - IFe&eklay ervtnln of-eacl -r, ...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 17 August 1912

V nOXOLULU STAR TJUIJXTIX, SATURDAY AUG, 17, 1912. 21 V FOR RENT FURNISHED BY AUTHORITY House on . Green St, Two Bedrooms, $45 per month House on Kewalo St., . Thifee Bedrooms $75 per month. Bishop trust, Co., Ltd. 124 BETHEL 8TREET W .m AG HI, ATTORNEY AT LAW Kapiotri Building ' - Honolulu. . H ' O. Bo io$ City and County of Honolulu Auditor's Report of Receipts and Dis bursements for the Quarter Ending June 30, 1912 SALARY. INTERPRETERS, FIRST CIRCUIT COURT ., SALARY. PROBATION OFFICERS ....... WAIANAE STREAM CROSSING (Permanent) ADDITIONS ELECTRIC LIGHT SYSTEM M O AN ALUA-PUULO A ROAD (Permanent) CLEAN-U P DAY LABOR MAKEE ISLAND ROAD (Permanent) ALEXANDER STREET STORM DRAIN (Permanent) . CONSTRUCTION NUUANU AVENUE HAUULA BRIDGE NO. 3 , U75.0O 630.03 384.40 3,756.45 i 92.47 j 139.97 750.61 i 775.75 j 700.22 ; 438.07 ! Total Disbursements T7T; f .5 E. G. Puisenberg STOCKS' ; BONDS liOANS NEGOTIATED 78, pti;:3r.ji.'!?i'niJ5 30isi A H0LWERG - v ; ARCHITECT. ' -. fc.il lruais Kurnisbe...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 17 August 1912

HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, SATTUDAY, AUG. 17, 191-J. 4.- 22 a r i yz, w .1 v - eidssifPed 1 rr 'i II Z . 7 ... . .. .r . . . .v A lilt -.V .-'X-X. I k. - ' - - 3 .' WANTED More soda water drinkers. Better to suffer from stomach ache than D. Ts. Nothing but good effect from drink ing our Hoot Beer or Pineapple. Hon 4 Soda Water Co.. 34 A N. Beretania. C. K. Frasher. mgr 4941 -tf Any tarpon musically inclined to de- velop that talent by taking lessons mm Ernest K. Kaal. 69 Young Bldg.; Tel. 2687. k-5302-3m J r (oujig nan ax Kaleftman; able to con- vere In Chines and English. Ap- I'ly by letter to "SaleHman," stating salary regtiired. S305-5t To tuy for cash one acre of unim proved land. M ust be cheap. R tate V price. Address C. C'f this office. . 5314-3t ' , . , 'Partner with $800 for manufacturing ; business . Irge profits. For details address 'F. A. E.' Star-Bulletin. " . t290-lm Lady stenographer who has had prac tical commercial experience. Ad-' ' dress -Merchandise," this ofllce. O...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 17 August 1912

IT HONOLULU STAR-BULLET IX, SATURDAY. AUG. 17, 1912. 23 TV Oceanic Steamship Co. FOR SAN FRANCISCO S. S. Sonoma Aug. 9 S. S. Sierra... Aug. 24 S. S. Ventura Sept. 6 C. Brewer & Co., Ltd., Pacific Mail Steamer of the above company will call at Honolulu and leave this port on or about the dates mentioned below: FOR THE ORIENT 8. 8. Siberia Aug. 16 5. 8. China Aug. 23 S. S. Manchuria Aug. 29 For general , Information apply to H. Haokfold & Co., Steamers of the above Company or, about the dates mentioned below: :.:;.FOE.OR!ENT::,:.: 8. '8. .Shinyo Maru .Aug. 9 8. S. Chiyp Maru Sept. 6 S.' 8. ' Nippon Maru St p 1 27 S. 3. Tenyo Maru ...... . . .Oct 3 TOYO Calls at Manila, omitting all at Shanghai. : 'CASTLE & COOKE, LIMITED, Agents, Honolulu. . -PjreckService r .e-i h j i' i J1 - V FROM SAN 4 FRANCISCO 8." 8. LurllnaU; .... .Aug 28 S.- S-Wiiheimiwa Sept 1 1 i ST'S.' HoholuTah. . . . . .77SepO0 , 8. 8. HILONlJ Matson lNayiffau IAN 'tails from Seattle for, Honolulu direct on or...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 17 August 1912

24 HONOLULU STAB-BULLETIN, SATURDAY, AUG. 17, 1912. E i f i OF A fly Emerson Hodau fetrrlfht. IVC7, by thf Octtsf .FbSaf lotnpaoy CHAPTER XXIII., Fc to Fact. ! t "I of barm to any woman hi ttii famIy,M 1 went on. Scarcbr It belongs, JJut don't thlnfc yjojitnn I crowd me or force me to do' wbat; 1, do not freely offer 'Vr :: -it is true, said nr. Bond. , J$IJL j-ou, what be says could notbjinyJ possioiwy De unyimnK eiw Tu,ij)fi. ll.t- J... ft ! 1 .. L i i He aaf,;beeo J'XiYiW cone all summer,' ( Colonel Sheraton was a proud rtan. and one of coura that revenge -Now," said add to' the record. I hoped 4 hit w'ffifc- ccpt for WIsii race and mfoii&V1; ; hare not been t blameless. For Xhttii f eh- son I was wHllng freely not th6ny force to do what I rould jnrthtWJif of punishment to myself and(rHibhv for ber. Bjit now os this tbjnjr, cfi4 up t can .no, longer shield hertvnijc-.4 will vi nujr vi juu. u e uivv w, ru , to the bottom now: -.;- .1. ; f : fung out -on the I W f U I Vaft I te...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 19 August 1912

- - ... ...... ... - ,. - , . - ?- - -. ft: .4 ?f Frtm 8. F.i China, Aug. 23. For h. F.i Kile. Aug. 20. From VancoBTtri Makura, Sept. 11. For Vancoaver: Zealandla, Sept. 10. A ri 7 v EX o o ".':; " ' Li - r Kvening nulletln. Est 1882, No. 5318. Hawaiian Star, Vol. XX.. No. 6359. 14 PAGES. HOXOU'Li:, TKWUTOKY OF HAWAII, MONDAY, AUG if ST 11), 11) 12. 11 PAGES. V. PRICE FIVE "CENTO M 1 i TAlfA t . 5, T T ws nis Name From Ticket Jr. -Honolulu. August 19. ,1912. Editor 'Honolulu Star-Dulleln ; Sir; Jf -hand you herewith a .letter to Vhe'publlc: which J would iast fbu to kindly ' Insert . in your, paper, f ; V Youfg trylr, V ' (Signed) " "far X M. DOWSETt.V To. the Public: , ' ' ln. view Tot the near approach of thft precinct : meetings to be ' held for nominating delegates to the coming -Territorial Conven- tion and' In deference ta those of my f rienda 'who . may i be Interest :Ing ; ihemselves jn my behalf, I beg to announce that, owing, to ' the apparent Indifference, lack of . enthu...

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Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 19 August 1912

HONOLULU STAK-BULLE1 IX, MONDAY, AUO. 19, 1012. i. S 1 Mi , ;. - f - V t id '1 . 1 1 Shipping . SEVEN STEAMERS PASSED BY SIERRA EN ROUTE TO HONOLULU I'asFinK in review before ninety passengers in th Oceanic liner Si erra, tj-ven steamships and war ves sels en route to the Coast awakened much interest u they were picked up and It ft astern as the popular passenger Mim-t steamed. in the- direc tion of Honolulu. Tfce Unitt-d States cruisers Califor nia and South Dakota were met, fol lowed by the Oceanic steamer So noma, the 1'acific Mail liner Manchu ria, the Matson Navigation steamers Wllhelmina and Lurline, and the Jap anese liner Chiyo Maru. j According to officers of the Sierra,! It" Is seldom that such a number of, transpacific vessels are passed in a single trip between San Francisco and Honolulu. "t, "We experienced a fine trip down from the Coast," said Purser Tom I Smith. Captain Houdlette is accompanied by bis son on the voyage. Lester Houdlette will .visit the Important plac...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 19 August 1912

HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, MONDAY, AUG.19, 1012. WHERE ARE ARMY RKORDS LAST LIGHTHOUSE Ui" UAflU BtrUKt 1873? Documents Now Wanted to Fill Order for War Depart ment Archives Where arc the militarv records of the arm:' in aliu punr :o 173? A.none w ( can .roiiu(t- such doc uments will :i:is! t higher-ups" ! meha In coiijplyini; with an II v Wni I -i .irinir i.t jusl Department of Hawaii to guessing. To comply with it he" may have to( make the rounds of the island, ques-( Honing the most ancient Hawaiian he can find, and getting from them! the stories handed down by their i If there fathers and then back a few! more generations as to the number of rounds of poi Issued by Kameha ; the First to his soldiers; the INSPECTOR OF HEN'S WANDERLUST BREAKS UP TWO HAPPY PALAMA HOMES NAVYGOES One speckled. Plymouth Rock hen with a nomadic disposition, broke up u friendship of three years' duration between a Hawaiian and a Chinese, spoiled a taro patch, nearly caused a race riot in Paiama last Thursd...

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