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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 29 August 1912

. .... .- . '.- j. . . - " ... - r i " . . .i-. j m HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN,7 THURSDAY, AUG. 29: 1912. : i t ? : t. ' i t I I? !-.. ft- v. 1 1 i . ' j i . " V-' i-i I I ; i I SMppiiHig PRAYERS, ENTREATIES OR BLUFF FAILED TO LAND Harold Yates, a young Englishman, j various Pacific coast ports laden with who, armed with prayer-book, and j cargo. hymnal, declared that the Paradise of Hind, Rolph & Company have with tbe Pacific had been selected as the ' ra the last few months chartered a promising field for future missionary number of craft, which rested on the endeavor, failed to connect with Ho-'muj Qf Oakland creek and put them nolnlu as a passenger in the Pacific ; inlo commission for the transporta tion uaer wancnuna, wmcn arnveu here bright and early this morning Yates is declared to have been the victim of a stern and unsympathetic officialdom of a "bloated corporation" ,m, - . which was quite unwilling to exchange transportation across the Pacific for a free passport into th...

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. — 29 August 1912

HONOLULU STAB-BULLETIN, THURSDAY' AUG. 29, 1912 ,4 fflTEfflyESli 1 4 TJ . iW Inlaid Jl les v - -.... A, Of Uqusual Beauty These ties have just been received and are examples of the latest ideas in shapes and patterns. They re present the best in the tie-makers' art. You will like them. 50c, 75c, $1.00 Revenue Cutter Chases Liner Outside of Three-Mile Limit, and Four Women Are Forced to Leave Vessel and Return to San Francisco; Arrival of Mysterious Woman Re cently Is To Be Investigated ELKS' BUILDING "The Store for Good Clothes .OQ KING STREET ORDERED TO PAVE OR LOSE CHARTER TRANSIT CO, IS TO CONTEST !W COURT Attorney General Quotes Law Declaring Corporation Has Not "Leg to Stand On"; Ballentyne Comes Back with Anoth er Extract from Statute and Promises Litigation With Attorney General Alex. LInd say declaring that, the Rapid Transit "nas not a leg to stand upon" in the paving. controversy; and Superintend Xmt Ballentyne of the company assert ing that the supervisors and 'the gov - ...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 29 August 1912

V; noxohULn sTATi nnrxKTTN, TnrnsDAV, Arcs, so, ioii Regardless of win tin r on- agrees with Roose- L 111 tr.llst 1m irHlifi1 with :i mil 7.111" l:liliiiis Ta which is combined the HAWAIIAN STAft. e.tab- ,to l!I HUfftion for advanml legisla- liabed im.and the EVENING BITLLRTIN, establish- th.n, and this platfr.rm fairly bristle with pro- ! , posals that will strikr tin common man as di- MEMBER associated I'RKss. si ruble. Ill one pari inihir--that of suggestions IULEY.il. AU.KN..... .... .Alitor for s via! and indusliial Mterui. nt the Room- WALLACE It. FaRRIXJJTON ;V' lIt finii has nic much further than any ...I.. .... Rtisim yUuitr vii advanced hy a poinh-al party, farther,, in- deed, than legislation ran now follow. Itiseor 1IAIN OFFICES ... !(:. aLAKEa STRKET ,:it. C RANCH OFFICE LITTLE INTERVIEWS DR. E. U HUTCHINSON Sales of; building lots are Mnall affairs indi-' viduahy, tut wry agiv iti.- u large amount io a month. SUPERINTENDENT roPE "Ourj reaching standard grows bucr every...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 29 August 1912

. .:-. .- 'i : HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, TftunRDAT, AUG. 29, 11)12: . V THE Great Work For Out By Noted Mrs. John Bidwell, Now Visitor In Honolulu Interested In Club-Endeavor Along Sincere LinesComments on Honolulu BY MIRIAM One of California's best-known and best-loved women, Mrs. JoLn BMweil, oi Chico, is visiting Honolulu now, and an hour spent with her recently shows why she is so univertally loved and why she is one of the Golden State's grarious "grande dames." v Her one thought seems to be to aid . others and the greater part of her time is spent helping those who are in need of help. There, are many youna women, who today Are very grateful for the benefits, spiritual, moral, and financial, that they have received at .the bands of this generous little lady. Do not think for a moment tnat Mrs. BIdwell herself told me of the thing which she has done, for -she Is very . . modest and reticent about telling her " part In this sort of .work. , V Had I not been told that Mrs. flin : w...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 29 August 1912

HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, THURSDAY, AlrO. 29, 1912. - - .. . ; ; -; . . v . - - , , i . - . We Ainiinioiniinre w ir3 eit c iLpowna ilq phvv Clesirafiiee "Salle W!i;ili2i . :tl; i ? , h: s. . It will be a Slaughter of Dry Goods, believe usf 1 The price :ol almost every articlerhas been operatea on ana cut in nair. yv e are ufier- mnA tn malrp this thft most'succes Jul Clearance Sale we have ever had. Pay us a visit.. Everybody s doin it! , : . . , ' - ' . - . Ladies' Lingerie Dresses A To clean up our entire line of LINGERIE DRESSES, prices' have been cut In half. Special line of LINGERIE DRESSES In white. REGULAR; $15 EACH SALE PRICE, $5.50 EACH A NEW LINE OF Ladies' Silk Petticoats In Black, Gray, Navy, Lavender, etc. 'REGULAR, $6.50 EACH . SALE PRICE, $3.50 Ladies' and" Children's Hosiery AT BIG DISCOUNT Special lot of 200 doien in Black, White, Tan- and Fancy. REGULAR, 65c PAIR SALE PRICE, 35c PAIR ladies MUSLIN UNDERWEAR Big Reduction to Clean Silks and Satins JAPANESE SILKS All s...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 29 August 1912

"'A' Vi''. '' .St . A -GREAT C OF A -GREAT CLEARANCE S A 1 . fi I .v. s I: r.: viy 1 a h ki ...1 - -V V- r. V 1 itactadibg Silk, Wool Goods, and' Waslhi. Goods 5 ' C WE HAVE DECIDED TO QUIT CARRYING DRESS GOODS IN THE PIECE K2 - A crowded stpr us to fake this action. Our business has grown so rapidly 51 1 1 rl Pn 3 rrm PT1TK r T n 51 F we carry: rnar w rannnr nrrmpr tr niGnintr tiip mprrnnnnicpnn We are determined that in whatever lines we sKow tHe" stock must he complete, arid this requires t space for display. Oiir Lace Department, our Glove Department, our Faiicy Goods anH Notion'Departmerits have "all outgrown their present o t Ttq i VUi o Trrri txrl 1 1' fori PYtG P tiri ;'.A .3 v The stock is all brand new and .recently., to hand, as we had no idea of closing out this department until a few days ago. 0 X. liilii 3H 4.. . 1 ' - 0 - .... . ... . . .... . , , . , , .rr,.,. . " . . Jandas-;spoh1asthe ' ; ' ;:As we want quiclt enable us to make the changes in time to take care of b...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 29 August 1912

. ? 0 HONOLULU.; I7figmsbn & Buttolph Stock and Bond Brokers rone 11S2 ' P: 0. Bejt ttS ; S3 2EEBCHAXT STBEET tlpnolulu Stocli Excdange f Thursday, August 29. NAME OP 8T0CK. Bid. Asked. - MERCANTILE. . C. Brewer Co. . SUGAR. Ewa Plantation Co, ...... Hawaiian Agric Co. . . . . . Haw. Com. & ttvg. Co. . . . . Hawaiian Sugar Co. ' Honomu Sugar Co ...... nonokaa Sugar Ca ...... Haiku Sugar Ca -. t. i . . . Hutchinson Sugar Plant. . Kahuku Plant lion Co. . . . Kekaha Sugar Ca ...... . Koloa Sugar Co. ........ . , McBryde Sugar Co. . ... . .' Oaha Sugar Co. .... . . . Onomea Sugar Co. . Olaa Sugar Co Ltd. ..... Paauhau Sugar Plant Co. Pacific Sugar Mill Pala Plantation Ca . . . Pepeekeo Sugar Ca ..... Plcnccr Mill Co. ..... . , . : Wdalua AgrJc Co. .....; Wallnku Sukr Co. j Wslmanalo Sugar Co. - Valmea Sugar Mill Ca . . X misctlanbous Inter-Island Steam N. Ca ' Hawaiian Electric Co;.;. Hoi. JL T. & L, Co.. Pref,? Hon. R.T. & L, Co.. Com. ; Mutual Telephone Co. ... O ia R....

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 29 August 1912

HONOLULU STAK BULLETIK, THURSDAY. AUG. 20, 1912. LAURENCE REDINGTON SPORTING EDITOR THE TRUTH ABOUT SFC7J -i-i;-..c;--vi':--V'V-'-. ... ,aa v." - - -." :a - ISNEVERAltNOCX - .1 ; .. . . A . : :. i ; . . . !;-..tA .-T ' , Ciaa C-J . ; : A v ;? A ;;. ;;CJ;.LJ3,nC 3 1 vr-S:: ' . A" :-" ." 6t oeo&oQoi&& xotc ibi z&H&o&zy: :r:r::: : : A 3 HEAtAM BARGE WILL BE HERE lOfiiiHEiiiiiisllBEiia Local Clubmen Relieved Rogers in ;Yesterday:s MailAll Four Clubs Have High . There was a bread : smile much In evidence around theVHealanl Club yesterday afternoon, , lu fact, the grin-was broad enough' to. reach, right around the: boat house; with enough lap-over to Jle the ends in a bow knot. "There's 4 reason, and a mighty cood one, - too, :. for the general at nogphere of contentment and pros- . perlty, for letters from the Coast; re ceived yesterday, brought -the cheer ' ing news that the new ' Healanl rac- ing barge was to be shipped ; on the , Avllhelmina, due here September...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 29 August 1912

v.to: xx-. HOKOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, THURSDAY; AUG. 29191! TO (C 1 ! i . , VS. liiiilW,;1 : ; : : f i j V i I , ll Ju wsJL IC 31 ' ... '.V: : WANTED Any. person musically inclined to de- ' Vlnr fhot talont liv t a trine lensnnK from V Kmt : k k. 9 Yonnr Bid.; , Tel 3687. k-5302-3m Good reliable driver for Territorial ' - Messenger Service parcel delivery. ,: 'Apply at once, M. F.. Peter, man-; ': ager. X"'r.-. "; 5326-3t i Furnished - housekeeping cottage or email bungalow in : desirable local ity. .Address "Y this office. ,Unfurnlihed;.oneyor two rooms orjDr B Clark, 311 Boston Bldg. . . email ixntto rra T jyntr tarm AnnrceH . . . . . small' cottage, -Long term. Address .Bright young, lady to aseiat in' store. Xddress Box V, .'5326-tf ,?,AUTO SERVICE. l . ': 1 SELF-STARTERS. ".' Every-Beady' Co.tr ll C. King, man; k ,agef. ' Agents for Every-Ready self starter, i Auto ;: repairing! Milllanl ;;atid Queen Sts.:' Phone 8631 : 1 : ' i ... " ; - v Royal Hawaiian Garage. "Most ?up-to-' dat...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 29 August 1912

: i-.t 'f- REAL ESTATE . TRAIISACTIONS nOVEII3:iT3 07 .lIAILSTEAII2r.3 Established fn:iS58 t FIRE h f i. 'V FOR SAN PRANCISO 5 KT . 6. Ventura. I........ Sept (5 r S. S; Sierra . , ..; Se pt 21 S. S. Sonoma... Oct. 4 C. Drawer's Co., Ltd., Pacific Mail if. ,'-:-.. - . .- . ' v ';r;Rtrtem of the above company will call at Honolulu and leave this ;2pot on or about the date mentioned below:. : v; FOR THE ORIENT S. S. Manchuria.. ....... Aug. 29 S. S. Nile. . .. ... . : .. .V, Sept' 13 S. S. Mongolia... Sept. 20 For general information apply to EI. Haclif old & Co., 'f steamers rof 'the above Company or about theTlates mentlorfed below: u '.FOR THE ORIENT . ." Chiyo "Maru. . . ..... Sept 6 C C Nippon Maru.,.;.. Sept 27 C 8. Tenyo Maro.........Oct3 Calls at Manila, omitting call at .: DaSTLE & COOKE, LI U mm tlatspri'Ngatiph; (mpanyi Direct Service Between San; Francisco and Honolulu - FHCM CAN FRANCISCO fi. S. Viihetrrvina. '. . J'USepLS. G. C. H c n o 1 u I a n . . . . : Se p 1...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 29 August 1912

HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, THURSDAY, AUG. 20, 1012. 12 m A f iT1' .4f a-' Masonic le mpe Veekly Calendar MONDAY: TUESDAY: WEDNESDAY: THURSDAY: FRIDAY: "SATURDAY: All visiting member of the rlr are cordially Invited to at tend meetings of. local lodge. 1I0'01 ULU L0D(5E 61C, B. T. ft. p. O. Ellt. meets Id their hall; on King St. near Fort,, every Frldas v'ABlnff - VUltine' Broth ers are cordially invited to .attend . ; - A. B. MUBPHT, E. R H. DUNSHEE. Bee. s Meet on the 2nd and 4 th Mondays of each month at K.P. hall 7:30 P. M. itnr? n::irfHl!!J Members tof IkcEnciJti- isrvwz cordially invited to attend. t? day evening, at 7:30 o'clock ir iVi . oi n "tiai i cor , e y n uu DerelAnla. .. VisUlnr brother- iordlaUy invited: to atterwl. . -, A. F. GERTZ. a a- 7 a';,V'; F. F." K1LBEY. K. R- b. . IIOXOLULU AEIUE 140, F. 0. E, -"'s Meets onfcecoDd and foartL X.. Wednesday : evening of eaci month at .7:S0VOclock;';iT : k. of ' P. Hal I, corner Fon and; Beretanla Visiting brothers are invited to ...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 29 August 1912

-- :' , - . BY AUTHORITY. LEGAL NOTICES. CORPORATION NOTICES.: - - ' "- " ' ' - 7 v U j V FOR RENT ... v. FURNISHED. House on Green St., Two Bedrooms; $45 per: month House on KewaloLSty Three Bedro oms $75 per month Ml A' ..Ltd. - ' ... A ... . . ' t24 BETHEL STREET VI I .Wet) A ATTORN EY AT LAW : KapioUni Building Honolulu, f, ,H E. G. Duis'enberg LOANS NEGOTIATED ... - - . ' - - v . . , . s ' 76 nercUii St. Ftc;s 3013 Dishon A C. R T tu y ' I II II J; HOLiTJIRG ..V"--.l .vv: ARCHITECT. : Estimates Furnished on Bulldlnga. v ;4 ' , . - ' " - Rates Reasonable. 160 Hotel SW Oregon Bldg. Tel. S58I DRINK filay'sOIdKona Coffee ' 13 EST IN THE MARKET" -v H E H R Y" M:A YM C O. r" 30U ,11 "WJ Crossroads Coolisliop, - Crown' & Lyon CW Ltd. . ' , ALEXANDER YOUNG QUILDINQ 'Everything In Cooks" ORANGE BLOSSOM CAULi. The Host Popular Candies' llade :;.: on the Coast;:. vr? " HONOLULU DRUG cdV LTD 1:24. Fort SL T1ephc.io-1-. . ,-IlI .. ..- -. -. , Cliao, Ro Frasibr tany 4' fhoae 1371 Kist Ct...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 29 August 1912

11 t HONOLULU STiC&BULETIN',4nUn8DA AUG20; 1911 ' . ' v''"". By GEORGE FITCH r EOIIIALDAY We are determined . to - supply only an absolutely - pure, healthy milk, and ..with this end in View we- 'are f proceeding on the theory that It Is Impos sible to be too careful In ' the feeding and care of our ; herds and' In the handling and treatment of. our, milk.' : ; -, - -Our cows are periodically - Inspected by the Territo rial Veterinarian, and per-; feet ; cleaniness Is main-' i talned ? In" every -depart-. ment. : '..'' . . y;.r.y. On receipt of the milk at our depot, and before Its , distribution ' to our cus V tomers. It Is treated by a, scientific electric purify Ing process, ' : - -. ; ' I-!cnc!f!ln; Association PIiczo 1542 ' ' "V. ' ' . - . . ,'. , , - X Enlargements In Black and White and In Sepia You must have - many nega- tivcii thatwill make handsome enlargements. , The- cost, is. gmall. Bring tbV ; negatives in and let us " tell you about en larging" them.. .-" - ;' , P...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 29 August 1912

I'rea S.F.t ". Maucburia, Aug, 29. Tor S.F. - ' Nippon Maru, SepL3.". Trcn Yaseomers v v V Makura, Sept.: 11. , For YniicoBTcri" ; n & ZeaJandla, Septal 0. ErerJng Bulletin. Est 1882, No. 5327. Hawaiian: SUr, VoL XX4 No. 6368. .v .... i .L A -v -x -o x-v a ixtt -r wvrtf-sri.:V. ' J jt. j.- 7 .::n.--c .: , C : : ' rs rt ths Executlve.bunding.thlt- cf.'.:: : 'f irtyi ;Frc.n left to rifiht, Report Chinese ,1 . u s s 0 - J a p a ri e s . . . ..... .-. . 'HAWAII Prophesies Big Ditfch V If Through 101913 i vTrade Route jn . That there !s"no diplomatic signifi cance to his tlslt to Japan 'other than that carried with his office as special envoy of th.e "United. States to the Mi kado's JuneraL Is the . positive 6tate taent cf Secretary of State Philander C. Knox, who arrived in Honolulu . this mornlr on the cruiser . Mary- i land, v; ;?.;:;S-s,;.:. VI am not on any ; diplomatic ' mis sion to lhe Far East, said the Secret tary to a Star-Bulletin reporter at the ' Moana' Hotel " soon - af...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 29 August 1912

-;; - , -1 ,. .... ... : . , -a -- V -v . 3 . . . ' , if i IripNoiLfULlf STARBULLETIN THURSDAY, XUO. 29, 19121 ! v 'Li " r V " 5 I -. i n ; V J ?4 . ..... . v .. , . , . 1, ShSppflmig I PIIAYERS, ENTREATIES OR BLUFF FAILED TO LAND YATES IN HAVAII Harold Yates, a,young Englishman, who, armed "with prayer-book and! cargo. ' hymnal, declared that the Paradise of j Hind, Rolph & Company have with tne Pacific bad been selected as the jn the last few months chartered a promising field for future missionary number of- craft, which rested on the endeavor, failed to connect with Ho-fmui of Oakland creek and put them noiuiuar a passenger in we iacmc llHelmi?hriTXhlch aVed here bright and , early this morning. Yates is declared to have been the ctim of a stern and unsympathetic i ; ;vlctim which was quite unwilUng to exchange J.fjTr' tfansportauon across the Pacific for Sw?,eth?;K; mSJlSS. a free passport into the "better land." J'er Wilhelmlna that is If Skipper Pe; Vites ho boarded thfla...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 29 August 1912

's .- '-7.'-' ,vr. i- i :U nOLtJLU STAR BULLETINV ,-i,1i,..'. ' ' 7 ;: 4 FiFMMaid Ties iiMM I t .: Jl -V - t .. .-. ' m m m . m j - - tm ? : III ! vnm in i I till icf . l-y . VV A lli U , '-,W;r WANTED. ;.. .v ' - ,-: -- - ; - , V. ELKS' BUILDING V ' . These Of Unusual Beauty ties have just been received etna are examples of the latest ideas in shapes and patterns. They re present the best in the tie-malcers' art. You will like them. 50c, 75c, $L0a , 1 1 -i I t ( 1 1 fTiie .Store for Good Clothe". KING STREET' i lllEi!IpOiip SEC. IPX HEBE 'v-v:Tfl h HTDIT rn ? I0 Til rrinrrrriT inr inniihT ; wmwwmmmmwmm : c ' Atfnpnnv Revenue Cutter Chases Liner Outside of Three-Mile Limit, and Fouc Women Are Forced to Leave Vessel and Return to San Francisco; Arrival of .Mysterious Woman Re cently Is To Be Investigated General Quotes Law Deciarina Corboration Has Not "Leg to Stand On"; , Ballentyne Comes Back with' Anoth er Extract from Statute and Promises Litigation - ' L With Attorney, General A...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 29 August 1912

nONOMILU STAK-nULLETlN. TIIUItSDAV, WW. 20, 1012.. v. I rar. Metro "J;: Ifrgajrdlett of whei r nv "iVit!(liJwsKV velt, lie mut iKf i-rediteil with amazing readiness la which Is combined the Hawaii estab-! to- " I Kngtion fur mlvaJicred? .. llxhed 1893, and the ictexino BULLETIN. establish- j tion, ami this platform fairly bristles with" pr& : f12 " ' jwsals that will strike .thecctinou'iiian''a8:de: Kirawe. in ouc panicuiar iiiai m suggroiiuius UILEY- H.; ALLEN;, v. Editor forsocial and iuduatr'al betterment the Koose- WALLACE H; FAUUINOTOX......;.... jVflt platform ha -one lnueh farther than any Husiuess Manager .v, t advanced by a political .party further, m ; " deed, than legislation ran now follow. It eer- IC59 ALAKEA 8TRLET- i!ti1v rtn tiir1itit! fi wnm5t M'.ll if till l1(kinflll(1ft merchat STREET of the wage-earners and their rtvtleuess in intnnv stntcx under the systems of exploitation SUnsciiiillOX UATKS. j fltn; which thev have tons sufei-ed. 1; l&i A dance at the ...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 29 August 1912

HONOLULU STAK-BULLliTIN, TnUKSDAT, AUG. 29, 1912: v AMUSEMENTS. AMUSEMENTS. I rr rr rrsr Work For lit, By Noted . - : Mrs; Tohn Bidwell, Now Visitor In Honolulu Interested In Club-Endeavor Alone Sincere Lines Comments on Honolulu ;.::.-V:' BY MIRIAM One of California's best-known and " best-loved women, Mrs-Jotn Bidwell, Of Chlcd, Is visiting : Honolulu now, .-and an hour spent with her reemtiy v Bho7s why she is so umvenally loved and 'why she is one of the Golden - State's gracious "grande dames" , ; Her one thought seems to be to aid V ethers and ; the greater ; part of her time is spent helping those who are in "need of help. There are many yotmR women, who today are very grateful for the benefits, spiritual, moral, and financial, that they have received - a the hands of this generous little lady, Do (Jt think for a moment that Mrs. 'Bidwell herself . told me of Uia thmx which the has done; for she Is verv raodest arid reticent about telling her part In-this ortrof work."1 , Had...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 29 August 1912

. . . " " ' , T. T -' " 1 1 .' T .' . 1 3 -r r . v.- - , , , - . . ' - . ...... ... .. , ,, - r 7 ' " " " " ' ' : 1 : : ' I r ; : ' 1 1 r, t. r.- , J r t , , - - - .- - . - . " . - - . - . . , .;. ..:..' ? r t -ri- , i-'5-t- - -(". - 5- V". .-. -v : - r t-n..,': ;- --u M r" 1 jt I I I I I I I I I f I I -ir 1 A Jf I I I I I I ) J - N II I -X' :.v:'.. Xv , -. It will be a Slaughter of Dry , Goods, believe IE -TH every aMcle Ms been mined to make this the most successful Clearance Sale we have ever had. Pay us a visit. Eyerybody!s doin' it! ; ; . l:::;iT:r4:-Il t;A -II a new Line of 4 I I tj --.j nti'u:. rrr.:.-: I t ' TiiirrT Ladies' Lingerie Dresses V To clean up oiif entlreHne of LINGERIE DRESSES, prices have been cut In half. . . . f Special, !ln of , LINGERIE DRESSES In white. , regular; $is each f Hr sae price, $5.50 each; A NEW LirtE OF . ' Ladles' Siik Petfeoilts In Black, (rayf Navy, Lavender, etc. REGULAR, $60 EACH y SALE, PRICE, $3.50 Ladies' and Children's Hosiery AT BIG DI...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 29 August 1912

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