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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 21 August 1912

12 nOXOIXLU STAC-BULLETIX, WEDNESDAY, ATT.. 21, 1012. I" f Masonic Temple Weekly Calendar MONDAY: .TUESDAY: WEDNESDAY: THURSDAY: FRIDAY: SATURDAY: ' AH visit lnjj memlwrs of the order nre cordially invltfd to at tend meeting of local lodges. HONOLULU .7 LODGE, C1G, II. I 0. E. Honolulu Lodge No. U, 8. P. O. Kike, meets In tbelr. ball, on King St. near Fort, every Fridaj evening. Visiting Broth ers are cordially invited to attend. A. E. MURPHY, E. R. H. DUNSHEE, Sec. Meet on th 2nd and 4 th Mondays of each mouth at K.P. hall 7:30 P. M. iRlKE-K6lOEfiS Members of cordially Invited to attend. TO. tffKISLEY LODGE, SO. 8, t ' :; K. Of P. . K, Meets eyery 2nd and 4th Satur i.Jw day evening at 7:30 o'clock in iv. oi r. ii an, cor. ort ana Be re tan la. . ; .Visiting brotheri cordially Invited to attend. A. F. GERTZ, C. a F. F? KILBET, K. R. h. II0X0LULU AERIE 110, F. 0. E. 5 Meeta on second and fourth Wednesday evening of each '', . tnontb at 7:30 o'clock, In ' ; K. of , P. Hall, corner For...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 21 August 1912

HONOLULU STAR-BBLLE1IX, WEDNESDAY, AUG.. 21, 1012. VALE GRADUATE, A MINISTER, OF CLASS REUNION LAUDS IDEA PROMOTION GOMMinEE HAS LARGE FIELD OF ENDEAVOR Work Steadily Increasing and Arrangements Made for Pro moting Interests of Hawaii Over World Through Various Valuable Agencies Excellent Results Obtained During Past year , In his annual report to the Cham- lations between the committee and the ter of Commerce presented at the Touring Club of France, which now meeting today. Secretary H. P. Wood carries a full line of our folders at review at length the work perform- all of its offices. During the past cd by this bureau in advertising Ha-' twelve) month we had repreeenta waii the world over. He details the five exhibits at different land, shows local arrangements for interesting and a notable display at ine worm The following article written by a Yale graduate and inspired by the reunion of the Yale class of '97 at its recent fifteenth anniversary re union, has been given to the Sta...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 21 August 1912

HONOLULU STAK-BULLET IX, WEDNESDAY, AUG. 21 1912. TAPT SHEW RATIFICATION f I I t an I'dti.i ujr inr- uu.ir, . 11 ivtr int. m- i.vvc did Mi! uar.er buffaloes in the, rice fields. Mr. CaiUingworth gave bis hearers the motto of Karaehame- MEETING AROUSES PARTY Republican Leaders Speak on Issues of Day Kuhio Ex plains Position but Refra ns from Personalities Breck ons Strikes Keynote for Assembly ba to follow, its translation being. ' Forward, ye brethren, until ye drink of the bluer waters." Kuhio's back ers intended to put only good men in office who would truly, represent ?nd serve the people. , George A. Davis was called up after he had privately declined to speak, and, after saying it was time some oi. the younger men assumed the burden -he and other old campaigners had long borne, asked the audience to ex-; cuse him and retired. j The Delegate's Speech. Prince Kuhio besan in modulated tones that he maintained to the end,! Iacing from side to side of the front? If ir While ti '-Tho...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 21 August 1912

1 '". From 8. F.t China, Auk. 23. For 8. F.J , erra, Aug. 24. From Vancouver: Makura. Sept. 11. For Vanmuier: Zealand!, Sept. 10. W Evening Bulletin. Est 1S82. No. 5320. Hawaiian Star, Vol. XX., No. 6361. 14 PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAyAH, WEDNESDAY, AUU'ST 21, 1012.-11 PAGES. PRICE FIVE CENTS i) .ROOSEVELTEE J- .Px to v .- 5p Delegate's Advisers Urge Him to Make Campaign With out Personalities , Delegate Kuhlo hat been besought, urged, Importuned by ythe men most prominent : now In ills campaign for re-election Vto eliminate from 4 that campaign any reference to the Ku-hlo-Frear, '7 controversy." Moreover, when th Delegate left thfs nfornlns on a -stumping ; tour of Hawaii "and Maul, her was,.telleved by hls most intimate friends;ta' be acquiescent to their wishes.'...' .':r-i ' . Before the - delegate made . his upeech' at " Aala' park last night, he was asked by one. or two of his clos est: associates not to go into-hls fight against Gov.? Frear. .The. story that comes put o...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 21 August 1912

2 HONOLULU STAR-BULLE1IX, WEDNESDAY, AUG. 21, 1912. TIDES--SUN AND MOON F 1912 IS NEW TODAY lhuppie r? K s - S 3 B " in Date "5 ! ? HAWAIIAN LODGE NO. 21 P.4A.M. A i m. WIGNO '' if 111 HISTORY OF ELEOTiSl ilBSto 1 i. 1 i, 1, I, ! iii 1 m - 1 11 mm mm p m, m.(p i 1-i i T.5)! 2.Mi fi p.m. ilO 13 5. I1JIC !! Bill ill IV SOI Al ir MAY REMAIN IN PACIFIC TRADE $ji The American bark Nuuanu, which iHrrWed al the pon some weeks ago, t ? ' '"4 few York, has bwn soid to Eastern 4 f f. hipping brokers, at a figure approxi . Jraating $1:5,000. Advices by cable re- C Celved here today confirm the report wWh!ch was given publicity in the col- ' . limns of the Star-Bulletin fen days i: tiff in ttlP tfffft llmt nPifdtiationu t , - pQ ' . - - - - - - - . I toards the sale of the bark were in I Progress. ill The Nuuanu is still rated as a 7Jt.ltaancn vessel. She sailed from Now ,JorK .on ner last irip wnn a mg con- 4 filgnment of merchandise and heavy r find shelf hardware. The bark met i "with misfor...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 21 August 1912

HONOLULU STAR-BULLETI X, WEDNESDAY, AUG. 21, 1912. .if- " -r liiiy ISI0N8 OF FRANCHISE FOR HiLO Following are extracts from the act granting a franchise to Inland S. Con nors, . M. Johnson and their asso- j oats for a street railway system in tjme to time to revjse and rpduce the thv dihtritt of South Hilo, Hawaii, in rates of fare promulgated under this which the word "superintendent" j Act or by the association, n lean the superintendent of public i Policemen, firemen, and letter car works and "board" tne board of super-' riers, when on duty and in full uni- visors, or his or its legal successors In thpir rKtMrtivo functions: Location of Railway. ia) From a point on Front Street ex ten: ion not over two miles from the rm.nfv ).riHv. amaa thp Wailna Rivpr along raid Front Street extension, and along Front to its intersection with the extension thereof for a distance of three and one-half miles; and along any road, street, or highway herearter laid out or constructed between 6aid Ho...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 21 August 1912

HONOLULU STAK-BULLKTIN, WEDNESDAY, AUG. 21, 1S12. I tmousUt tfar-litlktitt Ift wfclch is combined tb HAWAIIAN STAR, wUb llahed 1893, and the EYE iINQ BULLETIN, esUblUli- d 18S2. MEMBER ASSOCIATED PRESS. UILEY H. ALLEN....".. Editf.j WALLACE K. FAIUIIXGTON !. Husincss Manax MAIN OFFICES BRANCH OFFICE ... 1059 ALAKEA STREET Telophoi.es 2185 2256 MERCHANT STREEI Telephone 2265. SUBSCRIPTION RATES t DAILY STAR-EULLLTIN Per Month, anywhere In United States Per. Quarter, anywhere in United States Per Year, anywhere in United States Per year, postpaid, foreign. SEMI-WEEKLY STAR-BULLETIN Per Six Months ...... , Per Year, anywhere In United States Per Year, anywhere in Canada Per Year, postpaid, foreirn I .7: 2.0 8.0 12.01 .8 1.01 . 2.01 : 3.0( . 4.0o WEDNESDAY .AUGUST 21, 1912 TO REl'UHLWAS VOTERS. "Only perom regixteng in the generdl roun ty register and xiteji pcixonx trjto may be eligible to register, at the tim&thcy xeck to enroll a membciH of flic precinct ehtb) tfhull be eligible ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 21 August 1912

V . HONOLULU STAR-BULUCUX, WKDXESDAT, AVO. "1. 1012. . . . j . ... .. AMUSEMENTS. AMUSCMCNTS. . - 4 WINMANY LINES! ! t i " i RIJOU TjfEAT.ER (Management U. Kipling) TWICE N GHTLY 'rr v. 1 ' - i ''.V '. 15 1 Mrs. Hand a Hosiers. Mtk. Hand, vi He of Capt. Hand of fcc.iotiH Itarrackg, was hostess at a fcridfu iiarty ttcrday at U-ilchna. 'Ihe Kuvrts incluikd Mrs. Aloe, Mrs. 1 'iiuoa carter, Mrs. Sturges, Mrs. Ma HV. Mrs. Cruiksnank, Mrs. Ossley, Mr. Warren, Mrs. Bell, Miss Bell, Mix. .l oltman, Mrs. Orton, Mrh. Diven. Mrt. lirecne, Mrs. Wiiiyoung, Mrs. Hopkins, Mrs. 'Meter, Mrs. Wooten, Mr. Cheatham, Miss Coombs, Mrs. l'tmcroy and Mrs. Tierman. "Mfsa Schuman Entertains. Aia Julie Atwater was the puest of honor at an rn formal afternoon on AU ntiay, given by Miss Myrtle Schu inau. l he afternoon was spent play- ins pa hies for prizes, arid Miss Helen Spaiding received a box of writing pa per; .Miss Daphne Damon was the re cipient of a took; Miss Pauline fcc.iatfer was given a haud-cmbroi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 21 August 1912

nONOJ.ULU STAK-BCLLEIIX, WEDXESI )Xf AUG 21? 1912. Williamson & Buttalph 1 1 am urn gfnfrai I if Vf i a T- fi i.k 1 it V 1 if. ..-oi -I At 20 per cent. Off Regular Price To Close Out Odd Lines per V r; v.cent. . i per cent Off Your Opportunity To Buy a Good Refrige Cheap E Mall Household Dept. Cor. King and Fort Sts, 5 I 'IS TP'! Love's Bakery Mil -1 ? ;. 1 KI.V-- iviscoii RESERVE SHDFft.RnfltS.fl nd 1'2 ;P Cain Just jndugh to Waterproof Your Shoe Thd grvutest leather preservative, softener and water-proof er known. ' ' . V ' . 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. McXriern Shoe Store m LAUNDRY MESSENGER BOY PARCEL DELIVERY PHONE 1861 . We know everybody and understand the business. tlnion-Pacific Transfer Co. Limited Aq p9puuq sj ajnjjujni jnoA uaqy, nq iqBiBdBj sj pe s;ii 5foc& and Bond Brokers Thone Hf - ; P. 0. Dot 528 83 MEKQJIAXT STREET rlonolulu Stoc...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 21 August 1912

HONOLULU 8TAK-DULLEr IN, WEDNESDAY, AUG. 21, 1912. r? LAURENCE REDINGTON SPORTING EDITOR THE TRUTH ABOUT SPORT IS NEVER A KNOCK i GOLF TvlATCH AT HflLEIWA WEjiT SUluDflY ivcmi wmwn i ( Hotel Management Announces1 Tournament That 'Promises To Draw Alf the Talent , Halelwa is the magnet that will at- tract the golfers of the island next Sunday, the chances being that the other courses will be deserted by all who can make the trip to Waialua. A handicap bogey competition is on the cards, to be played over the sporty course of the Halelwa Hotel, and a fceneral invitation has been extended to all local and visiting golfers to lake part. Play will start at .1:30 p. ni., and entries can be made at the hotel office up to within half an hour of the starting time, a nominal en- trat.ee fee of 60 cents being charged. A first and a second prize for the best scores have been offered by the hotel management, which is also put- ting 4ip a special prize for the best rca card against the colonel. iT...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 21 August 1912

8 HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIX, WEDNESDAY, AI'O. 21, 1012. -aM-MHMM . . . . . . . giarSalMitM I B ( j fj 0 j fj eiassifM . ' " ; ' f FOR SALE j TO LET FURNISHED ROOMS ' FURNISHED COTTAGES ROOM AND BOARD W WANTED More soda water drinkers. Hotter to Buffer from stomach ache than D. Th. Nothing but good effects from drink ing our Root Beer or Pineapple. lUn. Soda Water Co., 34 A N. Beretania. C. E. Frasher. mgr. 4941-tf Any person musically Inclined to de velop that talent by taking lesions from Ernest K. Kaai, 68 Young Bldg.; Tel. S6S7. k-5302-3m AUTO SERVICE. SELF-STARTERS. Every-Ready Co.; M. C. King, man ager. Agents for Every-Ready self starter. Auto repairing. Mililani and Queen Sts.; Phone 2636. 5258-tf ., Royal Hawaiian Garage. Most up-to-date in town. Experienced chauf feurs. Telephone 1910. 5277 For hire, seven-seated Packard. Phone . 251L Young Hotel Stand; Charles Reynolds 4540-tf For rent,, seven-passenger Packard. Phone 3S48. Oahu Auto Stand. Jim Pierce. 6200-tf City Auto Stand...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 21 August 1912

nONOLULD RTAn-JtriXFlIX, WEDNESDAY. ATT,. 21. 1012. ft L Oceanic Steamship Co. FOR SAN FRANCISCO r. Sierra Aug. 24 v S. Ventura Sept. 6 S. S. Sierra Sept. 21 C. Brewer & Co., Ltd., Pacific Mail Sl.'flm'r of fhf ;i!v- rompany port on or siIkmiI tii il.ttfs tmiit ion FOR THE ORIENT S. S. China Aug 23 S. S. Manchuria Aug. 29 S. S. Nile Sept. 13 For general Information apply to H. Haclifeld & Co., F0Y0 KISEN IAISHA Stenmers of th alove Coinpanj' or aloiit the dates mentioned below: FOR THE dRIENT 8. S. Chiyo Maru Sept 6 S. 8. Nippon Maru Sept. 27 S. S. Tenyo Maru Oct 3 Calls at -Manila, omitting call at Shanghai. CASTLE & COOKE,- LIMITED, Agents, Honolulu. Matson Navigation Company Direct Service Between San Francisco arid. Honolulu. FROM SAN FRANCISCO S. . 8. Lurline Aug. 28 S. . S. Wl I helm i na . . . . . Sept. 1 1 : ,S.( Honolulan Sept. 10 ... S. S.. HILONIAN sails from Seattle for Honolulu direct on or about AUGUST 34, 1912. s v For further particulars, apply to CASTLE ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 21 August 1912

10 HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN. WEDNESDAY. AUG. 21. 1012. L FOR RENT FURNISHED House on Green St., Two Bedrooms, $45 per month House on Kewalo St., Three Bedrooms $75 per month. Bishop TrusL Co., Ltd. 924 BETHEL STREET W. C. AC HI, ATTORNEY AT LAW keiolii Building Honolulu, f. H P. O Box Of E. Go Duisenberg STOCKS BO NDS TSURANCE. .. , REAL ESTATE LOANS NEGOTIATED J. HOLMBERG ARCHITECT, Estimates Furnished, oa Dulldlusre Rater Reasonable. 1G0 Hotel SL. 'Oregon Bldg.' TeL-SSft .DRINK May's Old Kona Coffee . BEST IN .THE MARKET H E N R Y M A Y & C D. : i Phone 1271 ri 3 cu ( fBsourroy puwc comr t THE Crossroads Bookshop? .I'. UmlUd ' . . Succefisora to t " Brown A Lyon Cd,1 Ltd. ALEXANDER YOUNG. BUILDING I ' '' "Evorything In ' pkai i 1 0RANGE BLOSSOM CANDES Tbe Most Popular Cand'es Made ? U; ' - J- . otf the Cbaiit y. . HONOLULU DRUG- CO,4 . LTD. j JC24 Por SL Tlephont' 1364 j f OUR 'ii7FJlT3JLU : ykoiif 1371 : 123 Sing tl. Fire Insurance THE B. F. Dillingham Co. LIMITED General Agent...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 21 August 1912

HONOLULU STAR-BOLLETLN, WEDNESDAY, AUG. 21, 1012. l. If k i 1 : 1 . X 1 It You Have a 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 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 she 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, Jl.200,000 i. , ii 1 1 1 ill nni iTir ii rii fli nn? iiiiirui IruLilltALMLlfi UIV HAWAII PENDING REPUBLICAN N0M1MTI0NS RESIDENCE BURGLARY INSURANCE Most Complete Policy Lowest Rates Insurance Department t-: v - Hawaiian Trust Co., ,.:::.Ltd.,: , . , y. 123 Fort8tr The best cows obtain able, rightly fed on rich alfalfa and regularly in spected by the Territo rial Veterinarian, insure the rich and wholesome quality of our milk. Our milking sheds have ce m...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 21 August 1912

j 12 HONOLULU STAB-BULLETIX, WEDNESDAY, AUG. 21, 1012. MasonicTemple Weekly Calendar o MONDAY: TUESDAY! WEDNESDAY: THURSDAY: FRIDAY: SATURDAY: All vIxltlnK monjlwrj of the orl-r Mre cordially Invited to at tend meeting of local lodges. HONOLULU LODGE, 616, H. P. 0. K. Zm Honolulu Lodge No. eih A It B. P. a Elks, meets Id nearFort, every Frlda) evening. Visiting Brotb 'era are cordially invited to attend. A. E. MURPHY. E. R H. DUNS 1 1 EE, Sec. Meet on the 2nd and 4th Mondays of . each month at K.P. hall 7:20 P. M. tfABlKE EKSIKLE Members of cordially Inrited to attend. a " m 1 1 . 1 ' 1 " , 1 1 - 1 1 : -1VJL- McKWLEY LODGE, 30. 8, v K. of P. Meets every 2nd and 4th Satur dV evening at 7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, cor. Fort and Beretanla.- Vlsitlne brother . cordially Invited to attend.- - ; Ai F. GI2UTZ, C. G. 7 F. F. K1LKEV. K. It b. HONOLULU A KB1E 1 lOj F. 0. E. 5 Meets on second and fourth ia Wednesday evening of. each -" month at 7:30 o'clock. In ' ! K ; of P. Hall, corner . ...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 21 August 1912

HONOLULU STAE-BULLEIIX, WEDNESDAY, AUG. 21? 1012. PRO FuQTIQN 4 CO i MI HAS YflIF an if F J .MSI f m mmmmmammmmm mmm mmmm mmm m 4tmmmtmmi wm mmmm mm ii Ii . ) LAUDS IDEA OF CLASS REUMDRI a .. LARGE FIELD OF ENDEAVOR i - Work Steadily Increasing and Arrangements Made for Pro moting Interests of-Hawaii Over World Through Various Valuable Agencies Excellent Results Obtained During Past year i M n his annual : report to the Cham- latlons between the committee and the ber of Commerce presented at the Touring Club of Prance, which now meeting today. Secretary H. P. Wood carries a full line of our folders at reviews at length the work perform- all of its offices. During the past tdvby this bureau in advertising Ha-' twelve month we had representa wali the world over. He details the ive exhibits "at different land . Bhow3 local arrangements for Interesting' and aiding the traveling public, speaks of the volumes of advertising literature prepared and distributed and of the promotion work bei...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 21 August 1912

- HONOLULU STAR-BULLET IX, WEDNESDAY, AUG. 21, 1912. TAFT - SHERMAN RATIFICATION MEETING AROUSES PARTY can party by the nose, like' the Cbi-j I i.ese did the warier buffaloes in the; i rice fields. Mr. Chillingworth gave jhia hearers the motto of Kamehamej ! ha to follow, its translation being. ' Forward, ye brethren, until ye drink of the Utter waters." Kuhio's back era intended to put only good men iu office who would truly represent pnd serve the people. ! George A. Davis was called up after ' he had privately declined to speak. m if , - While Republican Leaders Speak on Issues of Day-r-Kuhio Ex plains Position but Refra'ns from Personalities Breck- j and, after saying it was time some of ons Strikes Keynote for Assembly t he younger men assumed the burden ' ' he and other old campaigners had ,..,., . ,.. n,A .ua unn , long borne, asked the audience to ex- . V t m l I I . i m r . t . T 1 , 1 1 J t A 1 ue ran lor a uepuoucan rauiicaiion banu ixjcneu itituaiiuicss auu meeting issue...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 22 August 1912

1 Frra S. F.t China, Aug. 23. For S. F.: Sierra, Aug. LM. Fnw Yancootrrx Makura, Sept. II. For Yanrnmcr: Zealandia, Sept. 10. 4 7 Edmec Kvening Bulletin, Est. 1882 No. 5321. Hawaiian Star. Vol. XX., No. 6362. 14 PA(SES. noXQLULU, TEKKITOKY OP HAWAII, THURSDAY, AI5 TST 22," 1012, 11 PAGES. PRICE FIVE CENTS IlilER' OF mm. CMS mm km). KM 9 iB RIG lift OUTRAGE -r t - , ,. t , . t - , .- . Rear Admiral Southerland Put s in Command of America ; v ' iiHZ t Forces WASHINGTON, D. C Aug. 22 American ; Intervention In revolution ary, Nicaragua was practically assured today, when the State Department re ceived 'word . that two Ineffective Americans at Managua had been-muK i. i r ; f L-1 1 keai: lUHJlL W. IV H.;S0UTH. . ft -rT- W 'f '.'i lit -1 . ') d 11. . J .i'-,:-v,T ' l,ni'n', ,V - v ries oi roaas io.ana mrougu me iuuuu-vi.-:""v V" "- ' - - tains to the east ahd west of Schof ield dercc n August 19. On that date - Barracks-, whereby field batteries, there vas a massacre of the - loyal with t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 22 August 1912

-.-. A i . "i . k i '" V'. . : -1 utitfra SHIP LOSES BIG SUM IN CLOSING '''' The owners of the German Rhip H. i Hackfeld now at this port, and pre- It pared to go to sea within the nit .; . A , . , . - -; tweniy-iour nours, siana to lose oe 'i . tween seventeen and twenty-thousand '- dollars on a charter to carry grain i T- .1 jk r i it i a j tr t t; tta" , vi iu, uie ruuu v -v Kingdom, mainly because the charter r waen raies were ai lower cud. Rates have been going up in leaps ana rounds, ihis mornins tt was pointed out that lumber rates from the Pacific coast to Sydney for instance were quoted at 300 shlnnings in J 909. Last March, rates itood at 51-3 shlll -Ings with the Jnly quotation increase-.. j -jM oz-o snunngs. a mmk j 1 1 ,v- Not a great while ago the gram I Irate from Portland to London stood . t? 5 at 28-9 shillings while the present quo t&tlon is j)lacedat 41-3 shillings, show er lng adeclded increase. t I ; The H. Hackfeld arrived here from v ;Kuropean ports on Jul...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 22 August 1912

T1 Hoxoi.ri.r STAn r.n.i.ETix, TiirnsD.vv, avg. 22. mz POLITICAL NEWS AND NOTES Kule 18 of those governing the Re publican party In the Territory of Ha waii wag the cause of great display of eloquence at the UBual evening con ference at Kuhio headquarters last night. The Hawaiians were particu larly interested, it being charged that there is a wide difference between the original in English and the Hawaiian version of the rule. The original states that the enrollment books of the precinct clubs may be kept open until 10 o'clock p. m. of the day pre ceding a club etectlpn." The Hawai ian version reads that the enrollment is open until 10 o'clock p. m. of the day1 preceding the election of club of ficers. : According to the translation, the en rollment books would not be open until 10 p., m. of the day preceding the election , of delegates to conven tions. . Under the original version, the books are open until - the time speci fied for any ; club election. Secretary Hakuolewas' Instru...

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