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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 24 August 1912

is IIOXOLULfl STAIM1ULLE1 IX, SATURDAY, A 10. 24. 1912. i - RS.; EDWARD ULaKCHARD was hostess at one of the most original and delightful lunch eons of the season when she I " entertained at the University Club ) i . yesterday in compliment to h Mrs. Paul Marshall Bates (Miss Ray, lell), whe of Ensign I'&ul Marshall ' j Late of the U. S. S California. The j r CI ut reception room was prettily dec- orated with palms and t American j Beaut roses while the dlniung rogm I was given a tropical' appearance with4 ' palms. In place of the conventional ; linen c:cth, Mrs. Blancharu , had the talile covered with a large , center piece done in natural nasturtium shades and beautiful lace doilies that i contrasted with 'the dark wood of the j table. - In the center of the table was j a ballet draped with yellow tulle andj filled fritb vari-colored nasturtiums; ana maiaennair iern. . uJ03soms ot the wme flowers were scattered on 1 the cloth. Placed on the table at in ; tervals were little old...

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. — 24 August 1912

1 . nOKOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, SATURDAY, A TO. 24, 1912.. 1C 'tig hi Knrcoc. aro i-ow at rvfi:-' iaptn. gnosis at the Hotel Bristol. Cap:. Jchn II. GiblxMii, superintend nt vt the Xa.al AcaN'my, an 1 Mrs. .I'M rs. who are spending :w s-u in ah:cai. arf at ihe Savoy. VYis. u.!. a: Ca.lslad. - j 7 J V- Younger Set on the other s-ide of t:i. inland tcday. m:e.i Men I: a Tullcch and Mi Les ': 'li 'l. '-'i. u .i hav' ! n spending the summer with their patents in o 1 n ' n "i ih- H no?u an on Wodnev day for Stanford whore they will re s'.: me their studies. ' i Mif Ha;!"lr-r of Mr. r:-d Mrs. Eben P. Ixw will Wave on 'I es lay for th et where she wi1' remain a yeai visiting relatives of h'?r father. Mr. and Mr. J. M. O'Hri'-n o' S- "; ! r Pro th lifMif" CllfKt.H of Mr or-1 Mrs. Harmon Anderson and will Golden Gate in tb Mongolia leaving or the twenty-eighth. .M Iks saran Lucir l? ynrm ne a r 1 "s In town a" h's hn"p guest o Mrs. Bruce Cartwrisiht. Jr. YOU MIMT TRY in" nr eur s'J!t rwd n"r the...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 24 August 1912

nun uf mitm.-i'wniijijij"iw'i''"", ;.Hiir.n'M'.iv", w f' f ynfm 1 hoxolflf ptab-bflletix. Saturday, afo. 24, 1912. 12 id: 2E 1 7 TUESDAY, AUGUST 27th 1912, the House of 1 -J r- y F Wndhmmaim 1 o 9 n T! 4 o On the twenty-seventh day of this month, twenty-five years ago, was established the house of H. F. Wichman & Go. A small beginning in a small community, but keeping pace with the growth of 'that community, it ; is today one of the large houses of its kind west of the Rocky Mountains Realizin that the position . . . . - - j . . .1 . . .... . - . , 1 ' ,1 - . we occupy today is due to the loyal support of our many friends in the -Islands who have enabled me to carry out the policy pf "quality first and :-A the time," I would not like a silver anniversary to .go by without having all the friends of ! this house help me celebrate. I therefore extend to each and everyone in: the Islands an invitation to come in during the day Tuesday of next week arid especi ally between the hours ...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 24 August 1912

HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN. SATURDAY. AFC. 2-1, 1012. HEAVY BOND DEALS SAVE THE RECORD OF SIX DAYS AT ilMll INTERNATIONAL COMMERCE ! i , CONFERENCE DOSTGN Net Increase of Ten Thousand Dollars in Stock Exchange Transactions There was a decreaHe of 446 shares and $.i:'.2fl2.fc2Vfc proceeds in the trans actions of the Honolulu Stock and 1'ond Exchange for the six days end td at noon yesterday, as compared with the like period ended last week. As the time time there was an in crease In ihe par value of bonds sold amounting to $44,000, making a net Increase for all transactions of $10, '07.37 Oahu was the heaviest Belling stock with 653 shares, fol lowed by Paauhau with 500 in one block and Olaa third with 460 shares in small lots. Oahu Svgar Co. led in londs with f 4r,oou, Hilo Extension coming next with $23.vJ and Olaa third with $13,000. Shares sold num bered 2846 with proceeds of $101, 90ft.7f, and the par value of bonds changing hands was $84,000. Trans actions were as follows: Stocks. ...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 24 August 1912

" I" ' V. 10 nOJCOLULU; STAR-BULLETIN, SATURDAY, AUG. 21, 1012. EFFICIENCY IN PUBLIC OFFICE AND HOV IT MAY 6E0BKD, SAYING H HnnHinn Fif.Vi Hflints Oilt! WWWMIIIf-l -. -ww DmnfAcc A'Anr IWorn Business Lines ' .Kt 1L (iOODIXU FIELD. Within the last decade, the enor- their business by the railroads .was inous growth of population, the .' re alone responsible for a loss of more n.arkable increase in facilities for than one uilllon dollars per day. travel and transport; the unprecedent- Theory Supported, cd expansion of commerce and conse- in support of the above theory Mr. quent extensive distribution of capital , Louis D. Urandeis of Boston, Massa have revolutionized business methods chosetts, representing the eastern in the United States. manufacturers and shippers, before Since recent years, the commercial the Inter-State Commerce Commls toIicy of our businessmen was to hold sion. in his brief, stated: fast to the old, to admit the minimum "We shall show that the principles of the ne...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 24 August 1912

HONOLULU STAB-BULLE IX, SATURDAY, AUG. 24, 1012. . . . A PAGE Local Chat: Home and Fashion Hints: Religious and Other Activities: Things Feminine ANY WAYS TO MAN'S HEART TWO WOMEN GRADUATES SUIT WITH DIVIDED SKIRT HINTS ON HOW PI OF LAW ARE BARRED FOR MOUNTAIN CLIMBERS FOR WOMEN AND THEIR INTERESTS CUSTARD RECIPES n mong the dishes much liked by .1 is veal paprika. Take two pounds loin veal. Have , the veal cut in d sized piece. Put a tablespoon of fat or drippings Into the pot id two onions sliced, make red with P prika. Let this cook until onions a4 k well done tut brown. Add the neat, which is well sprinkled with if it Cover and let them brown thor cjghly. Turn occasionally so it will brown on all ride. , Let is simmer for a while in Its own juice, then cover it with boiling water and let it simmer fc one hour. This is very good serv ed, with boiled spaghetti which has been seasoned with butter, pepper and salt ; Old French recipe for peasLight f fires of bacon, three bunches of ...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
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Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 24 August 1912

18 HONOLULU . STAB-BUIXETJX, SATURDAY, AUG. 24, 1912. YELLOW JOl AS SAILORS I o THE 3rivir3 KINC3 or TtLi: Saving Mclh VICKIHAPPYSKIPPER'S NERVES , 1 V .5 ' i t j The time to save U when your earning powers are at the best; It pays to learn to save while you are young. Open a Savings. Account with us today and make systematic deposits of some part of your earnings. You will not find, this a hard matter and within a short time you wUI have a nice balance to your credit. Interest paid on all Savings Account balances. Bank of Hawaii, Ltd. Capital-Surplus, $1,200,000 RESIDENCE ft BURGLARY INSURANCE A V' Most Complete Policy Lowest Rates Insurance. Department If. Honolulu nitre again swept l7 a- conflagration, could ,79a collect jour insurance!. 4 .". v. C. Brewer & Co.; Ltcl. - 'y (ESTABLISHED. 1326) V represent the the largest, and strongest fire insurance compa nies In the world. ;"-; , : -'.. " , : . ; ; . - ; . ' ; j : :? ; lowest Rates ; i Liberal Settlements llore Than a Milli...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 24 August 1912

nOXOLULU STAR BtJLLETiX, S.VTUnn-VY, AUG. 21, 1912. ! P B; D i c w H ( b n .1" ., -" -v .. 7 If 'v.' i'i-y. 3 v. 7 1 : if r Masonic Tetnple Weekly Calendar MONDAY: TUESDAY: WEDNESDAY: THURSDAY: FRIDAY: SATURDAY: AH visiting, mrnibers of the orl-r are cordially Invited to at-t-iil meetings of local lodges. LODGE, 6IC B. I. O. R Honolulu Lodge No. Clft ft. P. O. Elks, meeta ir their hall, on King St, near Fort, every Frida evening. Visiting Brotn era are cordially Invited to atteud. A. E. MURPHY, E. R H. DUNSHEE, Sec. Meet on the J?nd and 4th Mondays of each month at K.P. ball ? :30 1 P. M dlHlKE F.K6iKrB. wEFICIWLXIT! Members of other Asso ciations are cordiajly "invited to attend MYSL 3feKI'LET' LODGE, SO. 8, K. f J Meets every 2nd and 4th Satur bKd day evening at 7: 30-o'clock in fr&O K, of P. .Hall, cor. Fort and Heretanla. - visiting brother cordially invited to attend. ' A. F. GERTZ, C. C. P. P. K1LDEY, K. R, A. HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0.' E, Meets on second and fourth Wednes...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 24 August 1912

23 HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, SATURDAY, AUG. 24, 1012. HER HAVE ROBUST BURGLAR t -JIRj'l I i I IttPttl ill FOR A FATHER Till A CONSIPTII BISHOP t When a New Perfection Gomes in at the Door Heat and Dirt Fly Out at the Window. . What would it mean to you to Have .heat and dirt banished from your kitchen this summer to be free from the blazing range, free from ashes and soot ? With & New Perfection Oreo, ike New Perfeetio Stove M tLe oori complete cocking Jer!ce on the market It is just m quick aod hand, too, lor wuhing and ironing. This Stove saves Time It saves Labor It saves Fuel It saves YOU Mai wWi I..2 d 3 Warn. hudMWlr fcaahed throotW. The 2- aad barMr wkh or without cabinet top. whicfe k Bttcd with dn aServe, towel rack, ate AQ daaWt carry iha Nw PafeetkMi Stove ttm Ceok Book with every tfove. Cook Book W trc la aayoM eadtag i cent to cover mtU- ; ' STANDARD OIL COMPANY Saa fYaaciaes, CaL Saa !, Cal MarmtiU, CaL . Soattla. Waaly Lot AfifMt, CaJ. PtocJttoa, CaL , . r raano. Ca...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 24 August 1912

HONOLULU STAIt BULLETIX, SATURDAY, AUG. 24, 1012. ' f Al I ' J I i 0 f Mr WANTED Mom oda wtter drinkers. Better to onVr from Umach ache than D. Ts. Nothing li,t good effect from drlnk our Root tr rr Pineapple. Hon Fo. YVter Co., 34 A N, Beretania. ' E. Frber. inp,. 4941-tf Any .t-rvon now ica I ly inclined to dc-' " flop that talent by taking lessons from F-niwl K. Kaal, 9 ' 'Young Bldg.; TeL 3687. k-3302-3m i i r 1 AUTO SERVICE. ' ' 5ELF-iiiW(TEltS. Every-Heady Co.; M. C Kl.ig. man- , Kr. Agent for Every-Ite-.dy aHf- alarur,' Auto repairing. : Afllilanl' and Qut-n Um ; Phone 3 vS25-tf :' llo)al Hawaiian .arage Moiit up-to- pIel4j,d care taken of horaefc - In oui date In towu. Experienced ctuiuf- chl(rRe, Moril maklng ar feura. Telephone I HI U. Ml ( rangementa to board 'homes. Citv : ; Kor . Iurr MfvefiMmtrd Packard Phone 2&li; uutiH 41ota Htod; Charles U. ' v .ltyiohh .' " 4C40-U ' r.nt T evenKmer , i.Buttermllk pure.fr.h--churW Ffc ; Phone 284. M,hu Aut Siand. . Jim , vicious...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 24 August 1912

nOXOLTJLU STAR-BULLET IX. SATURDAY, AUol 24, 1912. i Established in 1S58 COVEiMS CP ; Oceanic Co ship . H FIRE ;i V f ' r i i ' 4 1 5- i.. .1 V ; , - V I --4-' J: i ,'.. i - - i. i ,y- ;i. FOR SAN' FRANCISCO S. S. Sierra S. S. Ventura.. S. S. Sierra ...Aug. 24 ; ..Sept. 6 j ..Sept. 21 ! C. Brewer & Co., Ltd., Pacific Mail f5tamr? of the abow company will call at Honolulu and lrave this port on or about the dates mntion'd l.elow: FOR THE ORIENT S. S. China Aug. 23 S. S. Manchuria Aug. 29 S. S. Nile . Sept. 13 For gemral Information apply to H. Hackfeld & Co., Steamers of the above Company or nboiit the faa ten mentioned below: ; FOR THE ORIENT 8. S. ChfyoMaru Sept 6 S. S. Nippon Maru:..r,.Sept27 S. S. Tenyo Maru.' ..Oct. 3 CaIla at. Manila omitting call at Shanghai. CASTLE & COOKE, ' LIMITED, Agents, Honolulu. (watsoii Navier Direct Service Between San ' FROM SAN' FRANCISCO - f - S., Sv Lurllnrf. ...... ..,',Aufl. 28. ' ,8.:S. Wllhelmlna;;..;,. Sept 11 ,S. 8. Vlonolulan.v...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 24 August 1912

" 'i' v 'V -.V.- -i" x . . I , . o - v. .. - V"'.. 1.' . . HONOLIJXU STAtt-BUIXEHiX, SATURDAY, AUG. 24, 1912. BV authority; Ask 3 V 1ft FOR RENT 1 FURNISHED House on Green St, Two Bedrooms, $45 per month HouseonKewaloSt Three Bedrooms $75 per month. Bishop Trust Co., Ltd. W4 BETHEL 8TREET w. a ATTORNEY ATI LAW KapiotAitL BuiUllng HooIm!u f. K Box. tX STOCKS', BONDS ISURANCEi REAL ESTATE tOANS NEGOTIATED .78 Cerent St. FkC5-3313- Architect.. v , v : Estimates Furnished; on Building ' ' 'V:, Rates .; Reasonable. . ' - ' 160 Hotel 8L, Oregon Bldg. TeL S6II DRINK Hay's Old Kona Coffee BEST IN THE MARKET HEN R Y .MA Y & C O. Phone 1271 T" C?4, .s3unTur p&x czmz Crossroads Boolishob, . r , UmlUd ; ' . vAV; Successors to 7 .. i Brown 4, Lyon Co Ltd V; ALEXANDER YOUNGf CUtLDINQ Pi Everything In Cooks ORANGE BLOSSOM CANDIES The Most Popular Candies Made '-. . ' ? on the Coast .;. " HONOLULU DRUQ CO, LTD. 1024 Fort St. ; Tdtphone 154 u Company . toai ADvxETisrti Tkone 1371 122 Kins; C...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
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Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 24 August 1912

24 ' THE WAY OF. A By B1ERS0N HOUGH CoprrijktlW. bf tbe Oirttot PsbHiBlBf CHAPTER XXV. Ellen, y ,Ysutumn 1 was one of tbe young army. -JTbu it trim ea y for me to find i lirlef furlourh' when we passed near Leexlwrg'on onr way to the Blue ICldjje Gap. and 1 then r iAvn fr m Irwlf af fill I VtlllfV UM Mw n U IV 4 . wa ww x I found Dr. Bond lu bis little brick office at the top of the bill overlook . Ing the Tillage. It was be who first showed me. tbe Richmond inn with llr.ts of the Confederate dead.; CoJo- nei frneraiou a name wan niuvnn iup first I mw 11m had fMn trfth Cum- ro lug's forces. rloely opposed to my own position ai nun uuu. - ins wn Ha rrr onictlfallv ut hi sldel was e- WW w ,. . rion1r: nroodhlr fjitflllT. wounded and 'wan now hi hospital at Richmond. I showed Dr. Bond tbe at writing : of tlordon Orme and' put lefore him . tbt Bank of England note tun t I bad found ou Orme' person, and which, by -.the .-terms -.of., hi testament. I " thought might perbaiw belong to me. ...

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. — 26 August 1912

,;:;-.. ::-.-f,;-,. ..;-.. . v J. -4 '.v --X r ' , V'-V -r ,AV V::..-v-; "V " From 8. F.t Lurline, Aug. 28. For 8. F.: Mongolia, Aug. 27. From Yancomer: Makura, Sept 11. For Yanromen Zealandla, Sept 10. Kvenlng Bulletin. Est 1SS2. No. 5324 Hawaiian Star. Vol. XX., No. 6365. ll! PAUES. HONOLULU, TEKHITOKY OF HAW AII, MONDAY, AUOUST liti, 1012. 12 PAGES. PRICE FIVE CENTS . . t""" I i i , , , . TUlMEl T7 jVfjpI M 11 re OWL 'RESIDENTS If llWJjL) f V FOR AID ..... 1 ' Occupants of Homes for Forty Years, Driven Out, Ap-' peal for Help According to Mrs. C. H. Jordan of the Associated Charities, more than fifty families have been made home less by the recent sale of the Punch bowl lots and, although the govern ment ha given those who were un able to purchase preference rights un til September 15 to move, the new ownere of the lots have given he or der to get out and have already begun the destruction of the old cottages which were formerly occupied by these tenants. All through the past wee...

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. — 26 August 1912

HONOLULU STAtf-BULLETIN,. MONDAY, AUG. 20, 1912. 'Shipping AMERICAN HAWAIIAN PREPARED TO HANDLE HEAVYSHIPMENTS OF PINES Roupnly Fponkinjr, lou.duo eases ol ' pjeser ed j.iiK-applfs will be handled in the fleet of freighters operated b the AiiH-i ii an-Ha waiian line between, th- first of July and tin- last of He-' lumber, according to est imates row in( the possession of C. I. Morse, jrf-Dra 1 i freight agent at this port. Pineapples are largely figuring in the homeward-hound cargoes carried by American-Hawaiian 1'acifjc fr-ight- ers for some weeks past. The Mis frourian, now at Kahtilui and to s:ail today for Hilo, to complete cargo, will depart for Salina ' Cruz on or about August Oth witii an aitproxi mate shipment of Z),')m) cases of the fruit. The Mexican, the next vessel to vis' Jt the island ports, is scheduled to scheduled to call at the ports of Ana carry an equal quantity of the pre- hola and Ahukini and will depart at served product. The Columbian, a tour o'clock this aft...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 26 August 1912

-- . ' , -'- , v -v' ; - ':- -; - ..----''- .. f . -- .-i HONOLULU ST A IM J U LLET I N, MO N I) A V, AUO. 2fi, 1012. 11- I! 4va 1) I: i it ? in linn . i i ii i n I "uiiiu u i Liinn I l iini i i nm w urn UlYLrtlYU LttHd I STYLED BLUFF ' V to work for a complete revision of the i 'land laws of this Territory, convinced j nii wnai is neeoeu in me icrriiory,. 9 lalil Hntt'n In ttin tUmnratl nlnli I num. ia a piain, simple uiu ciear law. itstmijar in its terms to the present United States land laws, whereby for a nominal consideration and upon the performance of certain homestead duties clearly set fonh. the home steader may acquire his homestead in lee simple and that bis right shiid! not be dependent upon the whim or! discretion of any executive officer.' PHB017L TENANTS OUT Create New Forest Reserves Withdrawing 18,733 Acres! (Conllnned fron Pace 1) Also 1 believe that the homesteads I the stcall patches now offered the people, and that they Khotild be large enougn 10 supjxjrt a iamn...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 26 August 1912

4. noxou'LU PTAK-nruj:Tix, Monday, atts. 20, 1 -- iff i -.i f...k.lff TSLf f 'f oiiiMiunisiii fr maiiv " nTat ions. In t ijni-iitmuxux max - luiumui ,,.,! , , ir 1-" . i a, luiMrns as rx tenia I strife ret;mls rhlch 1 combined the HAWAIIAN STAR, wtati- ! ! ,M 51,1 Vs,m',, of l( IM,,I irJ,n P'v''ni'llts. Ill KlI- ILL J a . w ...... ..... . . . . a . j waiieu i.., ana tne kvlmm; in li.kii.n, esiannsn- iuim i ed 1882. MKMHKR ASSOCIATED PRESS. j:iki:y n. allkn... A LLATIC l. FAKKINdTON IJiiMiiess MAIN oltices . branch office ':.! ALAKKA STREET llie 1 1 1 1 ( I i- I ! I Tent ef industrial liseontent is sweeping ste;nlilv ilimnli the lo r eiassi's. jlll" IIHivt scriitUS StMllre f civil strife imw in . . F1itr siuln. Vt-i ii is now in T'liir iii.it 1 t Britain Maiiugtrj'!' ' ?i-m;i n sImhiM be swept into republicanism i i ii fifty vears. (Mi tin piiii tf time, lln- dermaii Telphoi.es i: I s. r "'.; irmjM'nn's statement w ill meet many eontradie- Telephone . . MERCHANT STREET j 1 lens. ' SU...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 26 August 1912

HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, MONDAY. AUG. 20. 1912. r e i ' ..'V"V. M THE MKMWM'S WOfftD ! RECREATIONS : . I t Woman Scientist Kelp as .MJNNKAI'OLIS. .Minn Th- tiUm- 'iin eould ! il:.eil ii 1 1 ' i r T 1 1 - hi::! eo.st , Iujii by tuning advantage o the unlimited uuautify of lill' sea w --! washed up on the Pacific ('o.it a'-cordiiiK to Mih.s Josephine K. 'Ill- ! n, protestor ot' botany and illinium' ; at the I'tiiwrsitv ot M inneMOta. .5ivs TiMeii who. although next t tlrf? Im ai of her departint lit in n. un, , n it y, hoonis the title of prox-v or a lit j (i.clincs to receive even i'r.t- clegn e ' f do '.or of philosophy, is on ' her wa t: .Jji.- . Australia, unci o u- r points in the .Soma Seah, includin?:. S-v. Zealand and Taji'i. Tire party incluilt s U r ni(;tlier. .Mrs, Henry K. Tilden. a t two junioi students of Uie L'nherhiJy of Minne- hota, Statiord Kinn and Kn-derk'k 1 c !i a j! t!i;.it t.'it- .iTiiline colors. Tryon, who are special iziii in botany i J Ju i.-la-idt is nak. r...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 26 August 1912

HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, MONDAY, AUG. 20, 1912. rn m- ABE RUEF CONTINUES STOP Stock and Bond Brokersl nr ormnir hut oiKt rriiiuriorn Tljone im . 1 0. Box & J a MERCHANT STREET ! Honolulu StocK Exchange Monday, August 2G, Grafter in Prison Tells of Telep hone Franchise Deal and the Double-Crossing of One Co mpany Which Necessitated the Return of Part of the Bribe NAME OF STOCK. MERCANTILE. C Brewer & Co K lift A It. Kwa Plantation Co. Hawaiian Agric. Co! Haw. Com. & tug. Co. Hawaiian Sugar Co llonoinu Sugar Co Ilonokaa Sugar Co. Haiku Sugar Co Hutchinson Sugar Plant. . Kahuku Plantation Co. . . . Kekaha Sugar Co Kol'a Sugar Co McBryde Sugar Co Oahu Sugar Co Onomea Sugar Co v. him. ..... Paauhau Sugar Plant Co. Pacific Sugar Mill Pala Plantation Co PTinlr.n Siiwnr f it Picncec Mill Co Wailukn Suw Co Wnimanalo Sugar Co. . . . Waimea Sugai Mill Co. . . MISCELLANEOUS. inter-isiani steam N. co. Hon. It. T, & L. Co.. Pref . Ilnn TI TV JB- T. Cn rinm Mutual Telephone Co. ... ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 26 August 1912

HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, MONDAY, AUG. 26, 1012. o 3 t 4 I LAURENCE REDINGTON SPORTING EDITOR TOE TRUTH ABOUT SPORT IS NEVER A KNOCK - DISPUTED DECISIONS AND FAST STARS' VICTORY! PAY! MARS ONE MAJOR LEAGUE STAR WHOSE LIGHT IS UND1MMED COLLEGE PROFESSOR i LECTURES ON CURVE BALL AND ITS EFFECT Barney Joy Pitches Splendid Game and- Holds "Home Run" La Mere Hitless in Four Attempts Umpire Ralph the Storm Center When He Apparently Reverses Decision at the Plate That Would Have Meant a Tie Game for the Portuguese OAHU SE7NI0R LEAGUE (Second Series) P. W. f.tart 3 J. A. C. 3 P A C ...2 Asahi 2 Hawaii 2 ; YESTERDAY'S RESULTS J. A. C. 8. Asahis 1. Start 3. P. A. C. 2. 3 2 1 0 0 L. 0 1 1 2 2 lands. Mc Carthy, racing to second, saw what he thought was the catch Pet. end started back. F-efore he rnnl 1 1.000 be shouted on the right track again .667jthe ball had been pegged to seeonu .500 end he was forced. Fiizer popped to .000' Winne, and the game was over. ! , rim uamc o dw. The opener between ...

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