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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 6 July 1912

10 HONOLULU STAR BULLETN, SATURDAY, JULY 6, 1912. OY AUTHORITY RESOLUTION NO. CT2- DY AUTHORITY. (ale of: general lease of UPPER POUNALA, EWA, OAHU. , At. 12 o'clock coon, Monday. July 11912, at the front door to the Capi tol Building, Honolulu, there will te old at pubic anctlon, under.' Part V, RESOLUTION MAKING APPROPRIATIONS FOR THE VARIOUS SERVICES AND LIABILITIES OF THE CITY AND COUNTY OF HONOLULU. BE IT RESOLVED by the Board of Supervisors of the City and County of Honnllllll Tff-r 1 1 on- rst 1tna..ll . V.- w. fnllntvln anmi, .mnnnlllKT tn.T0 vt tuinaii, niai lie iwnun '"A u s i w, ohivumo". - 1 . . - ... C? n.llnfi aits Hundred and; Elhty-even Thousand, ElKht Hundred and Seventeen Dollar; of the Land Act of 1835. Section Z7S-, (-8.81.C0), are hereby appropriated to be paid mit of all moneys in the Gen eral Fund of. the Treasury of the City and Comity of Honolulu for salaries llxed by law and other salaries, wage of labor, donations, maintenance of jail and general expenses ...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
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Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 6 July 1912

L: v., nONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN,- SATUnDAY, JULY (1, 1012. 17 DEMOCRATS REPUM r D i r HAVAI AH LOOKQrUT- CAM .scrap; at coliseum 1 t 1 I ) i7M' 1 A'i When a New Perfection Comes 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 summerto be free from the blazing range, free from ashes and soot? jftlev Perectioit Oil Cook-stove U rth the New Perfection Oven, the New Perfection Store is the moat complete cooking device on the market. It is just as quick od handy, too, lor washing and ironing. This Stove saves Time ' It saves Labor It saves Fuel It saves YOU MJe wkh t. 2 and 3 borwri. haadanmely tanked throughout. The 2- and 3 burner Move with or without cabinr lop. Wucti it fcttrd wkh drop aheW. towel rtck. etc All dealer carry tho New Perfection Stove. Free Cook Boo It with every (tore. Cook Book alao given to anyone ending 5 ceoU to cover mail ing coat. STANDARD OIL COMPANY fan Fraacineo, CaL Loa Angel, C...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 6 July 1912

18 nOXOLULU STAIt-BlJLLET IXf SATURDAY, JULY fi, 1912. ' T.lasonic 7 FOR RENT nm ll LllilllUllllUUl I ,111 - . m v iitfl ff fllTTt T V If 1711 irtf 'i I . . . . A SHfl IVHII w K y IVHHIVII Ml U II h i7- L 1 -: ' .-. ,0. people should save money sys : tematically. Start a savings ac- count in this Bank, where your . deposit will be protected by , all the resources of thi Bank, and 4 will be earning yon Interest" : , A Home Bank given to all open ing an account BANK OF HAVAII,Ltd. Capital-Surpbs, ML 3 Elite - Accident i: wi ' -iff .lu t f ? Pinter Glass' t !il 'Surety ( Liability Hawaiian TrustCo., Ltd., ' (23 Fort 8trc i n H 1 1 i f n j t ,' it f 1 ill llillll lllil i H ' r ----- , Ij a.-jtauiiuU(Kit could jop. collect jonr Innranccf i represent the the largest anq! 19 strongest lire insurance comra - Lowest Rates !; Liberal Settlements . FIRE INSURANCE The C. f. Dillingham Co. Gectral. Arent for Ilawall: ,, Atlas Acsurance Ccrapany of, London. ctt York Underwriters Agcpcy. 'lr0Tldcn...

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

nOOLTTLU STAH BULLKT IN, SATURDAY, JITLT 0, 1012. TV V: E30TGL ( )IHg WUIilll SAU FRANCISCO Geary Street, above Union Square ' fYopcan Plan $1.60 a da up Aqpcrican Plan $3.00 a day up -New steel and trick- structure. Every comfort and convenience. A high class hotel at very moderate rates. In the center of theatre and retail district. On car lines trans ferring to all part of city. Electric omnibus meets all trains and as Hawaiian Island Headquarters. , I Cable Address TrawetsABC code. I JJi. Love. Honolulu representative. J Hotel Potter, Santa Barbara HOTEL mm 8(11) JMIiHSCO " '. ' Ktlnforced Concrtts BulWino, 225 Rooms. 2trtf Cltsieating houses Mfthlnl block. Ratestt.f1.S0 ioHGOperCv. F. L 4 A. W.Turpto. Props. A Ksr rr; Ths Colonial has the patronage of tha. people who know what a good hotel should be from point of 'cuisine and ser vice. HISS JOHNSON, Emma &L, Above Vineyard pj? ah t -mm . ".a. .if i' l!( 'ALL'THE TIME til - r I . ... ' . t . .,!, . - . , : Trains ' to th ' d...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 6 July 1912

HONOLULU STAK-I5ULLETIX. SATURDAY, JULY G, 1012. ARRIVED COVELIEtJTS C;: . L1A1L STEA" ' ' Saturday, July 6. Hilo via way ports Mauca Kea. stiar., alia.. ..'"-.''''.'- Hawaii iorts Maul, stmr., a.m. ' - ' ' 3 EsUlilIlhri In JSJS. S t e am s h ip C brn p any yaM i ff urn i DEPARTED I OIl SAN FRANCISCO. Ventura .. .. ..........Tu!y 3 SS. Sierra .... ..July 27 S..M. Srnoina .. .." ........ i. Aug. 9 S.S. Sierra ... ... ......... .'...Aug. 24 C. Brewer & Co., Ltd., Pacific Mail Steamship Co., tf learners f the above company wllj call at. Honolulu and leave this Kirt qu or abo'ul the : dat-s mentioned hlow: ' . 10 U THE OIHLNT. ' Mongolia . . , S. S. Persia..... S. S. Korea ...... ..July 4 ..July 27 ............ .August 1 . -.'..-.." For nral Information apply to - -- H. Hackfeld &' TOYO KISEN KAISHA Jitcanicrs or the above Company 'will call at and leave Ilouolulu on or ftbo'it the dates mentioned beiow:. i " ' FOR THE OKIENT. TOR SAX FRANCISCO. S. S. Nippon Maru ...... .July 12...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 6 July 1912

r-t . HONOLULU ST AR-B U LLET IX? SAT U R DAY, JULY H, 1012. 1 '?. WANT- 3 . ' WANTS WANTS .WIN T TO LET. n TU i : .1! t' S WANTED. 'A V: FOR SALE. : " ' ' - -- ' ' : I More soda water drinkers. Better to Black gelding suitable for riding or suffer from stomach ache than D.Ts. driving. Large, strong ; horse. In - Nothing but good effects from drink- quire Field Artillery camp. KapiolanI - ing our Root Beer or Pineapple lion. Park, lfore Saturday, 5279-2t StKla Water Co., 24 A N. Beretania. - ; " ' , ' C. E. Frashcr, mgr. 4941-tf Large gas stove and heater, parlor and " .V.' . . bedroom furniture, palms, etc., at Position by Japanese as chauffeur. Two 1330 Beretania St. Call between the years experience. Telephone v3&39, hours of 1 and 8 p. m. 5277-6t Ask for Inoue. S265-lm Position by Japanese chauffeur. Ref erences. Nagat, Tel. 2471. 5270-lm To buy 144-egg incubator. Address E. B.w, this office. 6274-3t SITUATION WANTED. Experienced teacher wishes position as teacher-to a deaf ...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 6 July 1912

HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, SAT UK DAY, JULY 0, 1012. way -U Jill JO OF A By Emerson Hough C?yrir.kt, ty tat Offtiif PsbSitifff Coaptoy J CHAPTER XII. n ' Forsaking All Othtrs. OUH Blow travel finally brought us tfear to the historic forks of the Platte where that shallow stream stretches oat two arm, one. running to the moun tains far to the sonth. the other still reaching westward for a time. Be tween these two ran the Oregon trail, pointing the way to the Pacific, and ou this trail, somewhere to the west, lay Laramie. Before us now lay two alternatives. . We could go up the ln ten road to Laramie or we could cross here and take An old trail on the cort h 6lde of the river for a . time. Aubcrry thought this latter wonld give better Teed and water and perhaps be fafer as to 'Indians, so'we held a little council orer It. ' r ; The Tlate even here -was a wide, treacherous stream; Its sandy ' bottom continuously shifting. ' At night the malted floods frpm the mountains came down and rende...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 8 July 1912

4 V ' f ' From S. F.i Wilhelmlna, July 9. For X F.t Lurline-Korea,JuIy 9 From Vanromcr: Zalandla. July 17. For Vancouver: Maram.i, July 1C. - ' '.' V'-:. -1 I " V I - i . v 1 - I - I - - 1 O Q 3 it ii r i I; l:r niiigljull. tln. I-M. m. No! ' "Hawaiian Kt.-.f, Vol. XX., No. C32T. 12 PAGES HON)LUlA;,-TEIil:iTOItY OF HAWAII, MONDAY, JULY 8, 1912. --12 PAGES. Pit ICG FIVE CENTS IWBLE WITS! flfpil Elias. Mmmo .v1 s n Bucglar Terrbrizing Residents ' of District in Which He Is Operating U?tectlve8 are looking for a masked raauWlth a black mustuche, who has entered and robbed 'two houses with in the past two weeks, has made sev eral unsuccessful attempts to. enter others, and has keep the residents on Kmrna" street from Gondola Lane no Fern Place In a stat of peiturbation and terror for the past mouth.. Last week this man t robbed two houses, was frightened away -from a third and - has been aeen several . times prowling around the neighbor hood. He is described by those who have caught sig...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 8 July 1912

HONOLULU STAR-BULLET IN, MONDAY, JULY:S, 1912. 'SMpprag SOMA RESUMES With every .foot of available cargo rpaco utilized, the Oceanic liner So noma,' enroute from San Francisco to Pago Psgo and Sydney, initiating the newly. .planned, nineteen day service from the west coast of the United States to the Australian common "wealth, is an arrival at the jort of Honolulu today. SERVE Bringing 41 cabin, and 2 steerage tic freight, which would mean that-a passengers for Honolulu and carry vessel of 10,000 tons cargo capacity Ing. In transit a half hundred travel- would be compelled to sail from New ers destined for Australian ports and York with 9O0 tons of empty sace Pago Pago, the. liner was given a In order to pass through the canal." rousing welcome as .she assumed her Matson Opposes Insurgents, place at Oceanic dock shortly before -Discussing the attitude of the di-reven-thirty this morning.. .-. ; rectors of the Chamber of . Commerce, Captain J. IL Trask reported a fine' Captain Willia...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 8 July 1912

it HONOLULU ST AU'B ULLE1 1 N, MOK D AY, JULY 8, 1012. 4 i ! v t Have You Seen Oar Grand Stock '1 K fs. a. K t.KK r 1- 7 7 ' ? . 7 7 7 r 7 t 7 7 7 7 9 ' i 7. oralis (Continued from Page 1) across the grounds of the Royai school but disappeared into the dark ness and escaped.- Meanwhile the neighbors who had given up 'the chase, sent for the police, who 'ar rived some moments later. Captain Kellett' and a squad of detectives searched the neighborhood but could find no trace of the man. ' Mrs. Caiiario was the first one to see the burglar. It was about nine o'clock In the evening; she was sit 01E III. HERE; SERVICE TO BE ILiPROVED ky "fc "k ' V " THE CLAIMS MADE FOR 'i . '" may seem unbelievable to women who have never tried it, but they are now kiiown f&cts in domestic; science schools cr.d in hotel kitchens. ' "AT ALL GROCERS. Bearing important, documents and correspondence, mailed at " London. Eng., on June 2 V Vice-President and General Manager F. S. Samuals of the Oceanic Ste...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 8 July 1912

HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIXt .MONDAY, JULY 8, 1012. Mil mtnhtlit In whicWyls combined the HAWAIIAN ; STAR, estab . lished 1S93. and the EVKNIh'CPliULLBTlN', establish- Y MEMBER ASSOCIATED PRKSS. ,. I U LEY 1 1. ALLEN. . ........ . ... .'.fcditur WALLACE It EAKUINGTONf ;i.v.- .V lousiness Manager MAIN' dl'FICES BRANCH OFFICE ........... . .It & llvKEA r$TREET .............. M ERCHANT STREET Telephone 2ZCZ., , - r1 : SURSCKirTIOX RAfet DAILY STAR-I3U LECTIN- . Per Month, anywhere Jn United States .......$ .75 Per Quarter, anywhere in, United States ......... 2.00 Per Year anywhere In United Stately ff.OO I'er )ear, postpaid, foreign .... . . . . . h Y ........ 12.00 '. 1 SEMI-WEEKLY STA R-l? U LLETI N ."" " V Per Six Months . . .3l .t 1.00 Per Year", anywhere in United States 2.00 Per Year, anywhere In, Canada ... .. . . 3.00 Per Year, postpaid, foreijrn ... ..... 4.00 MONDAY ..JULY 8, 1912 8o much happiness falls to every Shah ds he possesses virtue and tctsdoin and ateo. acts ac cord...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 8 July 1912

HONOLULU STAR-BIU.LETIX; JULY S; Wit LEGAL NOTICE C .J 8. M. DAMON Due fronj Bank unci Bank ers Hondu, Stock and Invest- ": (Established 1E58) A. W. T. BOTTOM LEY BALANCE SHEET AS AT JUNE 1912 v V v Assets. ; I . . .- , Liabilities. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE i FIRST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT TER- RITORV X)F HAWAII HOLDING TERMS IN THE CITY AND COUN TY OF HONOLULU.. . ...-............11.525,049.76 Capital end Surplus .. 8S7.43S.53 Due to Banks and Bankers " 11.818.1 Deposits ; ..... ... .... . 6.124,357.59 menu J .an. Discounts and Ovefr drafts Real L'Htate and Bank Fur niture Other , Assets 4S0.069.94 1.4S9.676.44 3.177.72J5 tZ.Ut.il 23t020.?2 J7.073.632.05 .- i ''- t . ... '. i . t7.073.632.0 Honolulu, T.H; June, 29.: 1912. ' S' " - ' '.. ; I, Allen W. T. Bottomley, 'do sole mnly swear that tiie foregoing Balance heet represents a true and correct sta tement of the affairs-of the Banking House of Bishop &.Co as at June 25. 1912, tJ the beat of my. knowledge and I relief. . . . -: v .....

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

HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIX;- MONDAY, JULY 8, 1912" 1U n 0 ni (Q'i WORLD'S MS eOIISED SPECIAL MAIL-SERVICE TO STAR-BULLETIN Home and Fpreign Dispatches Giving World's News ' at a Glance. The "AUTO" LAST Kid, Gun- Metal and Patent - - $6.50 and 07.00 Stoie kiLCJiUlGPEiy 2 "l?3sfa MIX -baby's best: Boayjj) ueMqh Baby I nufht fn Hir nil ih !! that many times W it's inconvenient to take him; more in convenient V to leave him at home. Ng need for leaving him at home now. ' Own a J : L QLBEWG.EiBY CAT2RIAGE "and take baby in1 comfort, and without trouble- wherever you go.' We are ex clusive representatives, in this sec tion, for the genuine and best, at prices from Coyne Fiiimiture Co., Ltd., . Young. Bldg.' 3 LATEST NEWS BULLETIN ; (IVews originating on the daj the : steamer sailed) j Miss Harriet Quimby, a San Fran cisco girl, first aviatress of America, was instantly killed at a Boston meet yesterday by drdpping 1000 feet Into the bay. The manager of the meet, VV A. Willard, was with' her' ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 8 July 1912

4 m TEE CATHOLIC LADIES SHDRT OF FUNDS, WITH MUCH VORIi More .than .twenty -seven years ago a little group of Catholic women and girls banded themselves into a soci ety to help the joor white women who were unable to help, themselves, thero being -at that time very few Hawaiana - who needed such aid as these women were able toigive. There were times when some that were most in need of pecuniary aV fiKtanc; were so sensitive about their l?(k of funds that the ladies would tall upon them and "leave-money; in fiome! odd corner so that the poor one might find it and yet not be corn lulled to give audible .thanks;'-. this was particularly the case with some old Hawaiian women. Prum ftR verv infancy the work of i the Catholic Ladies' Aid Society has not only been to give help, but to uach others to he4p' themselves. To-J day there are many women and girls who are holding positions that have been found for them Ty the society. There are also families who depend upon the organization for th...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 8 July 1912

0 HONOLULU STAIiBULLETIX, MONDAY, tlULY S, 1912. . i Hang Week's Wash in a Few minutes on a Clean Compact Why continte to fosi with on tightly, ungainly clothts lines and poles when yfu can f thi ntat, compact, convenient Hill Dryer. Instead of being f pread ail ever the yard and supported by numerous relet, every inch of every line on the fill Dryer is within easy reach o you can hang the whole wa&h with oat novinea &teo. w ithout Laving to drag the heavy basket up and - VJ down the yard through snow or ? camp grass. Capacious Convenient Set up a I li'.I Dryer in a convenient spot near the houseand seebow many steps, how much time, work and bother it saves. Once use it and no one could ever coax you back to the old-fashioned clothesline method. Hill Dryers are made in several sizes and st vies for lawn, balcony and roof. Hold 100 to 150 feet of line revolve so line comes lo you taken apart, folded up and put awar -V keeping your lawn emuejy. clear ot olAtruuions. E, Let us ...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 8 July 1912

HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, MONDAY, .IULT 8,-1012. olDstks page LIVE SPORTS iH - r 'A YACIIT3IW OFF OR INLAND ALAN O'BRIEN OfJE OF THE SPEEDIEST WHEELMEN IN CITY m jib LEAD IH Teams Hard At It SEZ-ZE, ABOUT AS Fu BY LAURENCE REDINGTOfJ. iLiiiiu! mi 0F Polo the t sin mmn VOYAGE LEAGUE . f 6 Visiting Tars the Guests of Lo cal on Auto Trip Around Oahu Today Piloted by members of the Hawaii Yacht Club, the visiting tars who came hei'o in ;:le tiaiUI.fr' ifit r c, started on a dry-land voyage, of Oahu ,U OoVIork lliip ' Minimis 1 ih iitv , left the Young hotel at O'clock, quite a prcH csiio.; or 3iitornoiI!ch be ing required. to take visitors and loc- - The trip will be made via Scbofleld Hararcks and Haleiwa, with lunch at Jhe latter place. Stops will be made at one of the plantations cn the way, and the mysteries of dividends in the raw explained to the Coasters. 1 Althought the . .rcgattt committee has had no official reply to the cir cular letter, issued some days ago rel ative to the Hl...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 8 July 1912

, - t, . : i I PASSE XdEUS HOOKED I Ste a inm g In Ip FOR SAN FRANCISCO S. S. Sierra, j.. ............ July 27 ,S. S. Sonoma. .............. .August' 9 S. S. Sierra.; ... ...August 24 S. S. Sonoma........ September 6 C. Brewer & Co., Ltd., Pacific Mail Steamship Co., Btcamers of the above company will call "at Honolulu and leave this fort on or about the dates mentioned below: ' FOlt THE OKI EM. FOR SAN FRANCISCO. 5. S. Persia... ....... ..July 27 S. S. Korea....;...... :..July 9 6. S. Korea. ....... ..August J S. S. Siberia?...... .....July23 S. S. Siberia.. ...August 16 S. S. China. ..J.July 30 , I i. . .. ; . -,-..: - . -: - ,. . ".. - For general Information apply; to EL Hackfeld & Co., Ltd., agents ; TOYO KISEN KAISHA '' " '.'''" . " ' Steamers ot the above Company will, call at and leave Honolulu on or about the dates mentioned below:- 1'OR THE OKIEMv , V . FOU SAN FEA5CISC0. S. S. Nippon Maru.r., ;July T2' S. 5-Shiuyo Mam. ..........July 16 S. S. Tenyo Maru..... v Jul...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 8 July 1912

WANTS WABTTS f m TO LET. c V J r WANTED. More soda water drinkers. Better to .. uurr irom stomach ache than D.Ts. i Nothlnp htt frorhl rttm .itiv. A tng o.jr Root Beer or Pineapple. Hon. SodiVater Co., 34 A N. Beretania. C. K. Frasher, mgr. 4941-tf Experienced man for general work on pineapple plantation, handling horses. etc Good opportunity for good man. Telephone 1735. 6231-lt ' ' ' ' Good 2 -horse team, 1100 or 1200 lbs., or strong mule team, for general plan tation work. Telephone 1735. '".' 5281-lt '. - i. Young. man stenographer. State ex perience' and salary ' expected. Ad- dress P. O. Box 623. 62Sl-2t U'osltlon by Japanese as chauffeur. Two years experience. Telephone 3839. Ask for Inoue. 5265-lm Position by Japanese chauffeur. - Act erences. NagaL Tel. 2471. . 6270-lm SITUATION WANTED. Experienced teacher wishes .position as teacher to a deaf mute child. Miss Sara McBride, 424 B ere tan la SL , 6272-Ct HELP WANTED. You are. wanted for Government posl tiers 180 month. Send ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 8 July 1912

HONOLULU STAK BULLETIKrilOKDAyraUIiy 8, 1012.- n n'n rvn-" ' rmm- mi FRM1G1GG0 -. I t Geary Street, above Union Square " European Plan $1.50 a day up American Plan $3.00 a day up flew steel and brick structure. Every comfort and convenience. A high class hotel at very moderate rates. - In the center of theatre and retail district. On car lines trans ferring to all parts of city. Electric , omnibui meets all trains and ittamers. Hotel S'tewart recognized as Hawaiian I&land Headquarters. Cable Address -Trawets" ABC code, JJl.Love.HonoWuTeprcsentative, Hotel Potter, Santa Barbara L.i U I i La.. U LulTUliU SUIKCISCO "Ss fcctrJorced Concrtte BuiWinaT 225 Rooms 21 first Ctttl Mtlns houses within t tlock. Ratetlt.tl.SO taSlttpertfty. F.LilW.TcrplA, Props. A Mars- r3 Gqlqnio! has the patronage of the people who know what a good hotel should be from point of cuisine and ser vice. ' " " ' . . L2SSJ0S0JS0N,-. Emma St,' Above Vineyard GQ TQ HALEIWA for as long as you like. You will find the...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 8 July 1912

-V Frca S. F.: Wilhelmlna, July 9. For S. F.t Lurline-Korca,Jaly. 9 From YunrouTfr: ' Zeulandla, July 17. Tot Vnufouiir: Marama, July 1C. f ! as : r j I ' ( h , s ' " I 1 , 0 nv-nlne Bulletin, Hft. I8S2.'No. J2S. Hawaiian &tar. Vol. XX., No. G223.' L- U par r r n I ! r p f r-. r " r p pa LL r r p r 7 L i h. La "Burglar. Tcrrcrizincj Residents of District in Which He Is Operating Detectives ere looking for a masked man with a Hack mustache, who has tntercd and rolled two houses with in the j r. st two weeks, has made sev eral un.sucec ful , attempts to enter others, and l.a.s keep the residents on Krnma street from Ccndola Lane to I ern Flacn in a FtalA of peiturbation iiad ttrrc r f,r the j ast month. . Lat v, . . !: this man robbed two hoi: ( :s, wo; ill Vxr.yd-away frorh a third ail ! .: - 4imcs i . u.h: hood. lie h; k. have rai;;-ht' i thort, thick-, t (ache. He i : ice u ca::d :-:cn several the neighbor by those who d r hlnx as beln" a: I :. '.:h a black mus :s a black mask ...

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