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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 31 August 1912

r t 10 ' HONOLULU STAK-BULLETIN, SATURDAY, AUOi 31, 1012. V '. An - '-.-V. ..r. V'. - V C r , STiiESS STEAMSHIP POSSIBLE BY DIESEL :: :: :: t: ntt xtttnnnuttu naaaanaa M-LA.M1IA, LARGEST OIL-DUIVEN SHIP AFLOAT, KJl HTK1) WITH made DIKSEL EM.'I.VE. f t i A - '- ..'.; C. - 1 tjfVi:' rial DK. KUPOLl'II Jil ESEL OF MUNICH . Who. bad itiven.t?d a comliusuon engine which "makes pound of crude oil do work of three and haif pound s 'of coal. Local alien lion has been attracted). "In point of truth, the Vessel is rne to the wonderful Diesel engine, which Oakes the steamless steamship possi ble, through .a discussion of the in vention at a meeting last week of the "Hawaiian", Engineering Association, when W; J. Dyer of the Honolulu Iron . Works read a' paper on the new en gine and Alonzo Gartley and J. E. Sheedy eulogized, the invention. - In the June number of Hearst's Magazine, Henry Smith Williams, M. D., L.UD., gives "the, following Inter esting account of the new engine and the only larg...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 31 August 1912

nONOLUtU STAH BULLKTIX, SATURDAY, AUG. 31, 1912. t,' .' f 1 ; TIC-; ' ' . Omnr TWI2 ll ' V- Wnl e&raini ! ' t k V. It. will be a Slaughter of Dry Goods, believe us. The price ofjlmost every article has been operated on and cut in half. We are Wi: '- mined to' make this the most successful Clearanlle we have ever had. Pay us a visit Everybody's doin' it! V - Y.- v . ..Ladies' Lingerie Dresses To clean up our entire line qt LINGERIE DRESSES, - prices have been cut In half '.Special line of LINGERIE DRESSES In white. ' REGULAR, $15 EACH V 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 Black, White, Tan Special lot of 200 dozen Fancy. REGULAR, 65c PA IR in and SALE PRICE, 35c PAIR llDIES' MUSLIN UNDERWEAR .. . . Big Reduction to Clean Up the Entire Line Inexpensive Lace Curtains NOTTINGHAM and SCOTCH NETS In White and Ecru. V :- . Regular $1.25 - - ...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 31 August 1912

.Kji'-i ' SATURDAY. VVO. . I.V.2.. ' ' '' 4 v.-V'"' : . 4 .OgC-ii tis&- Ml Ms. .: 3 4- $ - CALLING DAYS FOR HONOLULU College a 8 a t s i utttiti n v. z$ u n r. n si n v. i: r. x a a a a THE forma! opening of the new addition to the Oahu Country Club with an elaborate ball on Tuesday evening proved to be one of the most brilliant affairs of the season. The president and officers of the club siart'd no effort in making the even ing n memorable one. Tiie dtcora- tions were pleasing, the music was to make the function successful. The color scheme for the decora- ' tions was green and red and was car- j rlul cut throughout the entire club- 1 bouse. Hundred of green pepper i -branches with their red berries hung frcm the celling and gracefully sway ed. In the breeies. Magnificent palms and sprays of bamboo graced the cor ners of the lanai and rested against tho pillars that were wound with huge streamers of red. tulle, which was also lHj evidence In' various parts of the roo ml lh v t...

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. — 31 August 1912

noxoi.m.n sT.vn ni;u,ETix. satc;ijhav, m c. si, 1.112. .,.JL... 0 -.'hikWAV i'A REFRIGEiRATOR Is Where You Can S 33. K tAv n 5?K- WTOKmRfli- V II 1 1 i. I III J ? IVM 12! f.'.n fm v ' u i 7" ?M 11 'I a "Hftil i5V i i M If I i J 1 1 kfiWM HlJ i . M i V ' i M i J H ra.it ISM il . . . ' - v- . v - M It - 1. : - . ''V-" i. 1 . v." A .,''' , ' J y f -t"' -. v ' f v. .'4 .v.v.v. v.v jtv'lv . S . , , ' i " ' '"I - V lA(jE from the books of the most famous descriptive writers of so- cial affairs in the Frencli capital during (he Third Empire woulci - fittingly describe the reception to Sec-1 rttary and Mrs. Knox on Tnureday at Arcadia, the home of Governor and j Mrs. Frear, on Punahou street. It was , a gathering of Honolulu society old ' and new. Mrs. Frear, a most charm ing hostess, with Queen LUluokaJani, wuo ttill reigns among her people as the "firr t lady of the land," had for their companion, dividing the admira tion of the many guests, Mr. Philan der C. Knox, wife cf the American Se...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 31 August 1912

ALE TUESDAY, 3rd Wo will nlace on sale at d o'clock Tuesday monune, SeDtember 3rd, several hundred nieces of colored wash goods of various kinds, all this season's goods, which we tfesiro to desi out before annual stock-taking. These goods will be on display in all our windows throughout this week. ! t i AT 8 l-3c PER YARD Figured and Flowered Batistes, formerly sold at 10c per yard. AT 10c PER. YARD Plain colored Duck and Voile Suitings, worth 20c per yard. Figured Dimities and Batistes, formerly sold at 16 2-3c per yard. AT 12 l-2c PER- YARD Figured and Flowered Foulards, former price, 20c per yd Batistes and Dimities in flowers and figures, worth 20c ? peryard. : STOCK SALES INCREASE SIX Prices Are Remarkably Sfeady, 698 Shares Oahu Bring ing One Price With 200 less shares sold the six days ended yesterday than for the cor- responding period of last week, there was an Increase of $9881 in the pro ceeds, and were it not for a decrease Jn'bonds the six days just past would show a h...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 31 August 1912

HONOLULU STAlMi IT fjLET! X, SATUKbAY, AUG. 31, 19i2 FOR WOMEN AND THEIR Will A v., IIogal Chat: Home and Fashion Hints: Religious and Other Activities: Things Feminine I; " A' With W : 8AN FJIACISCO. Cal. The im-j millionaire or New York who paid hh proprietyi ok i permitting the cat to employes on an average cf S2 12 per sleen l In v the 'doueh was one of the 'things pointed out to the bakers of ' New York v by the consumers' League during an Inspection of the bake shops of that place, according to the discourse on the work of the league . gi Ten by Mrs. Frederick Nathan be fore the Ban Francisco Center of the . California Civic League. A large audience of representative women. was present to hear Mrs. Na- ; than explain the procedure by whit-h the Consumers', League benefits the public '.and benefits the workers through .Inspecting factories and in .slstlng upon facilities for ordinary ' ; human comfort ; in an environment sufficiently -sanitary for ordinary hu man health. . In t...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 31 August 1912

10 i HONOLULU STAK-BTJLLETIX, SitTUKDAY, AUG. 31,. 1012. A. i'. - " ' i L i Si-. if Masonic Temple Weekly Calendar MONDAY: TUESDAYi WEDNESDAYS THURSDAY! FRIDAYj ' SATURDAY: All vjHltfnjr : members , of . the order re wdiatty Invited to at tend meetings of local lodges. JIOSOIXLU XODGE, 618,B. IV 0. E L ; -Honolulu Lodge No: 616 -tVjJ BP. C'Elks. meet 1e t near" Forv every . Fridaj V evening VVisltingVOrolh- V era are cordially Invited to attend. . -t AT' MURPHY,E. . R. Vl r It! DUNSIIW Sec, ' i Meet on the 2nd and 4th Mondays of each month at K.P. hall 7:30 P. M Members of itfEFICUL other Asso ciations are cordially Invited to 'attend. inr. JfcKIXLET LODGE, JfO. 8, - . ' v Ji. ol r. . , , Meets everr, 2nd and 4th Sator day evening at 7:30 o'clock In K. of PiJ Hall., corl Fort and BeretaniaJ - Visiting brothers ; cordially, invited to 'attend. ':Lr JL F5 GERTZ, C. C. - ' !.?. F. F. KILBEY. K. R. 8. T II0X0LTJXU. AEBIE HO, F. 0. E. "' ,-m;mm'x') .Meets on second: and fourth .Wednesday...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 31 August 1912

HONOLULU, STAfr BULLETIN, SATURDAY, AUCf. 31, 1912. -Tjm 1 ' i 7V A 4.-, I-: V:V . : -' ; ? ' i" - ; ,-J. f - - . mm .5. We; 'are, determined to supply only an absolutely pure,? healthy milk, . and Mrlth. this, end In view we re proceeding on the theory that It it impos sible .to be too careful In the feeding and care cf cur herds and In the handling and treatment of our milk. Our cowt are periodically inspected by the Territo rial Veterinarian, and per fect cleaniness. is main tained - In every depart ment';,. .. , On receipt of the milk at cur depot, and before Its distribution: to our cus tomers, it Is treated by a scientific electric purify ing process. irymen s Association - Phone 1542 GIVES FIGURES TO SHOW TIFT CAN'T GET ENOUGH ELECTORS R0QE1ERG, STRONG REPUBLICAN, Dromide ' Enlargements .' In Clack and White and In $epla You '" must hare , many nega . , tlven tbat will make handsome V enlargements..; The - cost is. ;. small i Bring tthe negatives 3" in and let us :. tell you ...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 31 August 1912

.. . , V .- swfPif Hp s 1 -T 1 1 1 " i "r ' J t 1 fi . : 1 " WANTED We've got Not the D. TVs, but the soda water drinkers we were af ter. We've had to put In another bot tling table. Say, our Umon Root Beer and Orange are fine. Honolulu Soda Water Co., 34 A N. Beretania. 4941-tf Arty perj-on musically Inclined to de- - . vlop that talent by taking lessons Ja- T. Taylor. 511 Stangenwa'd m,g. from Krnest K. Kaal. 69 Young Consulting civil & hydraulic engineer. Bldg.: Tel. 3G87. k-5302-3m k-5296-3m ' i i i Unfurnished, one or two rooms or DENTISTS. small cottage. Long term. Address.- : 1. OBox S3. 5325-lw Dr- A- B- clark- 311 Boston Bldg. . 5224-tf First-class hat -maker at Mrs. C. L. " nickerson's, under Majestic Hotel. UTOS FOR SALE Bright young lady to assist dn store. Overland. . Engine good condition; ; Address Box ,759. 5326-tf tires practical y new. Prospective lmmmma mmmmmmmMmm ----------------- purchaser can try out. Take a look, - - anyway. Auto Painting Co., Liliha , L a...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 31 August 1912

-'V . . HONOLULU STAK RULLETI N SATURDAY, AUG. HI, 1012. :,. 'I ' m .1 11. ms ipl 1 ii ..11 H ? " -V. ' ' '.U.i i 1 1 ' f -. T. ) Wis -ii (Oceanic Steamship Go. FOR SAN FRANCISCO S. Ventura Sept 6 S. Sierra Sept. 21 S. Sonoma Oct. 4 S. S. S. C. Brewer & Co., Ltd., Pacific Mail Steamship Co. St -.-inr'Tx of the above company will call at Honolulu and U-uvc this port on t almut the dates mentiomd l elow: FOR THE ORIENT S. S. Nile S. S. Mongolia S. S. Persia . .Sept. 13 . .Sept. 20 . ..Oct 12 For general Information apply to H. Haokfeld & Co.,Ltd. TOYO I Steamers of the above Company or about the dates mentioned below: FOR THE ORIENT 5. S. Chiyo Maru ...Sept. 6 6. S. Nippon Maru Sept. 27 S. S. Tenyo Maru. ..Oct 3 Calls at Manila, omitting call at Shanghai CASTLE & COOKE, LIMITED, Agents, Honolulu. Mai Direct' Service Between San FROM 8AN FRANCISCO:; S. S. Wllhclmlna.v. .....Septs 3 S. S. Honolulu?, . ... ..i8ept;l0 S.. 8. Lurllne. i . Sept 25 7 5 ,f S. S. H ILONIAN sails fr...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 31 August 1912

OONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, SATURDAY, AUG. 31, 1012. 'V I: LUSHED if- on Green Sfcp Tyo Bedrooms, ? $45 per- month IIouc e on Kewio St., Three Bedrooms $75 per month. Cfolibp Mst Co., Ltd. 24 BETHEL STREET r ,: ATTORNEY AT LAW kapiotanl Building Honolulu, f. H ' ' V v P Box 1 COS " ' E. G. Duisenberg STOCKS B O N D-S rlSURANCE REAL; ESTATE . - LOANS NEGOTIATED . 76 Pe'rcl SI. ' PltfM 3013 J. HOLMBERG ARQHltECT. t Estimates Furnished on Buildings. : ' Rales ..Reasonable. ICO. Hotel SL; Oregon Bldg. Tel. 6CI drink; May's Old Kona Coffee : DEJ5T IN THE MARKET H E N R Y; M A Y & C O. ;.: r:l Phone 1 271 X; THIS ' Crossroads Bookshop; ;;' : Jm:tad': X-Ql . " l.r V' ' : Su'cceasora to. r ' . Crown AiLyon Co;Ltd ALEXANDER YQUNO BUILDING! - "Everything n Books 1 0RANGE BLOSSOM CANDIES i The Most' Popular-CandJea Made " Kon the Coast " . ! HONOLULU DRUG CO; LTD, j 1C:4 Fort SL v TeTephona 1354 E. Trasier "Company - -; . - .THE ;': B. f. Dillingham Co. 5J-;!;v)limited ; General Agent for Hawa...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 31 August 1912

J. 1M. j A . Honolulu star-'buli s, Saturday, aug. 31, 1912. .-. 4 " K 5 CS v :.' rf a n : aaannn::snann nnn:::::::innn::nnnn nnn I I k V J A V J U V7 I rr7) ; V IA v J rv y ! i vTrA -e- nnsnnn:rnn:!nna::::s:aauann:rnnaa a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a V i r i A 1 .. Y.9i f StJTO NOTES f " probably the quickest way to nun &k tfre Is to r-in it in a deflated condi-j 'Hon.; -vTlie Automobile Club of Southern! California Is making preparations to '.post the' road from Los Angeles to Mount Wilson. v'rTh Automobile Club of Minne-, Spoils, Minn., has paid $500 in re wards t.o two city detectives for cap-, turing automobile thieves- A motor-car sen ice has been in stalled between Gueyden and Flor ence, La. A seven-passenger car Is being operated on. a regular schedule. V-'Th fire department of Derlln, Ger- TnVnv.'nnw nossesses fifty automfK mi0 w u a mated that 145 will lie needed to completely motorize the dp- partment; i ' It is estimated that 75 per cent, f the commerce of t...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 31 August 1912

;. .. r . . 1 - r MM: m A : I s " i -. ..- . i.-. &nssK8nasaaa 88 iiattttasttttntttrattaar nsttsnttttattnattttqjj naaa3aa8 I (.rift- Ni.Tn and Sty!. 1 c; -nit J'. Wilder, Overland, Run about-. 2 J:. W. Km ton. Stoddard Dayton, Runabout. 2 U. l U. Isenberg, Peerless, Tour " his. 4 J. A. McCandless, Lozier, Tour ing. ' 5 K. Henrique. Chalmers, TouriDg. C C. l. A then on. Stevens Duryea. Tour'iriK. 7 M. K. Colo, Quwn, Tonneau. 5 W. II. Lfmrd. Pone Hartford. 9 P. M. Pond. Cadillac. Touring. 10 F. E. Richardson, Tourist, Touring. 11 E. F. Bishop, Packard, Touring.; 12 George J. O'Nffl, Hudson, Demi- tonneau. 13 C. O. Hottel, Stodd.ird Dayton, , Runabout 14 a M. Whitehouse, Tourist, Tour ing. 15 Geo. R. Carter, WVlsh. Touring. . 1C J. R. C.alt, Pope Hartford, Road- ..-' ster. 17 E. J- Lord, Autocar, Suburban. IS Mutual Telephone Co., White, Touring. 19 ILMfackfeld & Co,, Oldsmobile, Runabout." 20 J. P. Cooke, Packard, Touring. 21 Robert R. tJatton, Cadillac, Demi - tonneau. 22 J. ...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 31 August 1912

' . u' -.,. V. . i ' '! V . ... - , fir- - . - . HONOLULU STAn liULLETlN, SATURDAY, AUG 31, 1912 v 5- 7 n . T - i 5 ; ' Mm r i J ,. -A . A. j ' it - V- - 1 1 i - J. .443 v Luke Chuck, Ford. RunabouL 411 Dr. N. S. Fairweatber, Dons, - S" US ? SL C Sayers. E. M. F Touring. 47 K.'Kodama, Ford, Touring. 448 feWtrren Bcnford, Stevens Ehiryea .v V Touring. 4 Ma N. L. C. Bodge. Hapmobile, - Runabout. , v 450 T pleasaston Hotel, Matheson, Touring. ; 451- Oscar IL Myhre. Schort. Buggy. I 41 T.1 Cure Da vies, Packard. Tour- 454 i H.! M. Hepburn. Cadillac, Tour-; va Janes uidd, Mitcneii, uunaoouc. 45S- H. Focke, Pierce Arrow, Touring. 457 1IU Hopper and Mrs. Brown, -i ? -V Baker, Victoria. h 458 E. W. Quinn. Buick, Touringi ; 459 W. Goodale. Cadillac. Touring , 460 Mrs, Alice Blackwell, Peerless, ' Touring. .; . i : -461 j John IL Hirst, Stoddard Dayton, :'-r:. ':, . Touring. : ;;' 462 S Benson, Peerless, Touring. 463 - v : . v-'- 464 C. P. Morse, Cadillac, touring., 465 "Blanche Martin. Ford....

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 31 August 1912

J 4 J - .1 K ... XA - l ... ,.' . - t : - 'i oka . r '.. a : A -V. x. Ax 'SA -if. ' f -'.AWx -: . ; .r ' ? - " ' " .',"y?-7iV'.i'.1'.'-' " :.v ' .. - jj ' . Ji ! ij J jiir . - ""t'-.M 74;; " V ; V. " ' " ' ZZZ. - vr vwr f X.:sij;?5.. t V-C:-?-XM v.-J .;x:...X' Tl ly.r::-." . , . ... . ........ ....... "'in."' ': . wi . . ' t ' ' 1:- x . ... ...-.- . . . t::. - , V "X i? . ! X. r v . -J r i. X -J b ' . x? :.x-v . v-t The car that made a 50 p bent;,;g r its own brakes. power, anu j : 1 : : '''it a-' . "HI D IWOL fVCtO 1W1 x ...x--x V It Xi 'It: . " fenth d-on-its -pv X- .-v f 'r ."V . in IXiXll .X ii J-.?- ...... ' . ' ; . - .X, ;v" Exclusive Islahd Disfiibutbr x' -:x--':".-f-i :x .' v!-H" fi? ComerMercliaiii and Air V v v-x.:.x - -( St3. y5 vSu"Pjdh( in Intro : - ?Iypeen1 Orders ' x- 1 "XWA'on HammAroung Co,:U rtf-pbn-Vr..txarr6w.;itr-4t xill be .impossible ;v' ? 7; KilCo Jtr- a great, deal lot pioneerlns fn 1 ? - ;c! '. 'ii-riucing heayy;f trucks Jnto the Ha-; ,a . x H'iiia'ft tj8ia...

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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 31 August 1912

.... , ...i;- Mf-', "V- W'' nOXOLTJLU STARBULLETIX, SATURDAY, AUG. 31, 192. ?r A46 M. II. Ronton, Reading Stand ard, v - A47 Win. Watson. Heading Standard A , O A Iff T 1 a I , A49 i C. a Farm. Yale, j A50 H. B. Chilton. Indian. -AM m ' A51 W C Peacock,. Reading Stand- m 1 . . . ! ara. , f A ".9 P Pnrhua Vat 1 dniiL nuuniuui iiuilij uli illmliu wnuau mo Tcnnv uv9t HUllllLll, 1U 1UII 1LUU1 If 1M rfHIMBa MM ft. J I ! i -f 1 i ft 1 .1 .1 1 r "I V ' ?.X.'','A't' - . -. ..ri;.?''---. ' 1 if - .,f:-':VX'--' : t--. .i' '.vil, if . y - .' nfl mm 1 w m. o mmmmtmimmmmmmtmumomm mm ii Wi v,- it di ;visrv y- "ry ;. n ' & & "-Tv T" - -" W i- .i .',,1... M...;.rUl..iC,.,M,.... ....in .j 'ikv'tr-LM tat at - -1 1 - - - -r-n -. - --.i . 1 ' ujo m. SI -- 'fe-il'Sij- ii-tened f U wenieitces tcr those who lunch ITrm a! n fa ' : Si 4 .rfirin - RUtv- exteii the -Roosevelt ai ; ":; '.? ' v.ni- ,r.i:!.-v, - - . f- s.J-Vt.-.-. havA fnnort amone: the -'.K 'rt- Y i. tJ.. . Mkoj :. rmbltciirited women-,...

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Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 31 August 1912

" .- i ... at .-r- . . . , - " 20 HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, SATURDAY, AUfJ. 31, 1912. 7ft': m .4 Th Honor , PROLOGUE. . Up in the 'Big Snows," near She dome of the earth, lies the scene of this story of real men and real women, who have all of the virtues of their hardening en vironment and few of the failings cf their met i' civilized relatives. This is a ale for reading when one i$ lire i of in: artificialities of civttiuitvn-or ut any pother ii mo whn Z'h jy i appre . iat.V'Vcn xtill find in it , ro mafiCfraudtifiven (arc and mystery ? mixed ihsuihckillfal manner and in' sprh proportion that no ingre )dicht interferes with another. Yet uU go io hifikc ftn e reading for r'ybmen who UXn to hear of brave , i i deeds ','and socrifievi f or love's ; 5 &ke c'iil 'fvf - mtn ; vith: even a 3 ?p ; o. tne sptn t cj ; aa ven lure iU, their, veins 1 ,lni, one j thing -. jnoker'jhftanthortias lived among i-ilV the izopia wfcttie lives he de - " y T " tr 1 6 rib and fie hnaws how to tell . C...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 2 September 1912

J. A iS OF MERS HONOLULU STAIMHTLLKTIN, .MONDAY, SEPT. J. I'M and CommJ Edited By L. REDINGTON Written by Exper STAR 10) vLJ lUlUlu J. A. C'S AI im run i rainm . mam. mo ASAHfS VIWWERS OF DUKE NOTED lOAHll LEAGUE iwni i n niT imnrc d atu to MAUI FROM SPEEDY KAM ! WATER STAR J Two Ragged but Interesting Games Played at Athletic Ball Park b Lillian Elbthal Is Speedy flermaid Who Would Swim! lympic Champion Two. tagged but interesting gamesfisg: Oman Elbthal, the noted wo- were servea up as lan-iooa at Atn- letic Park yesterday afternoon, with the J. A.5 C.s triumphing ofer the Por tuguese nine. 5 to 3y in the firBt set to- and the Asahis taking the Hawaiis into camp, 6 to 3, in the second. There were plenty s of features in both games i LaMere, the hard-nittln;; Portuguese Inflelder, lifted a drive over the Obak sign In the first uattie against Tony Madeiros, who ; was effective so -far as preventing safeties is concerned. His team made six errors, however,' enough to -J dis hearten a...

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

HONOLULU 'STAIMU7I.LETIN. MMA SEPT. L l!rj r N1 HDS CMP WANTED We've pot Vrn. Not the I) T.s. hut th wxla water drinkers we were af- -frer. We've hud to put in another hot- tlinc ' table. Sav. our Lemon Itoot Heer and Orange are fine. Honolulu 1 Soda Water Co., :',4A N Beretania. 41-tf Any person musically inclined to de velop that talent by taking lesson from Krnest K. Kaai, .69 Young Bldg.; Te k-."3Q2-3m Unfurnished, one or two rooms or small cottage. Ixjng term. Address P. O. Box 3. 5325-lw First-class bat maker at Mrs. C. L. ' Pickerson's, under Majestic Hotel. 5328-2t A UTO SERVICE. SELH-STARTERS. Every-Ready qo.; M. C. King. man- j aer. Acents for Everv-Readr self- starter. . Auto repairing. Milllanl , and Queen Sts.; Thone 3636. I 5258tf Royal Hawaiian Garage Most up-to-date in town. Experienced chauf- j feurs. Telephone 1910.. 5277 For hire, 'seven-seated Packard. Phone 2511. Young Hotel, Stand; Charles Reynolds. 4540-tf For rent, seven-pafcsenger Packard. Phone "2848. Oahu ...

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. — 2 September 1912

0 1 -"J f J I :: ' ' 7 Oc eanic feamship Co. FOR SAN FRANCISCO S. S. Ventura. S. S. Sierra. . . S. S. Sonoma. Septf Sept.; Oct. J C. Brewer & Co., L; tr Pacific MailSteamship Co. Steamers f)f th- al-ove cofnp will ra IT at '"Honolulu anl leave this port on or about the date n-rjl l;elow: FOR THE ORIENT S. S. Nile .......Sept.! S. S. Mongolia Sept.2 8. S. Persia OeL"fl . For general Information appo H. Hackfeld & C, H T0Y0 mm .. Steamers of tbe-bove Comjj or about the dates mentioned btt FOR THE ORIENT S. & Chiyo Maru........ Sept S. S. Nippon Maru Sept S. 8. Tenyo Maru. Oct t' 'Calls at Manila, omitting ca U; CASTLE & COOKE, Matson Navigtion Company Direct Service Between 3 Francisco, and Honolulu. ,'-, FROM SAN FRANCISCO 8. S.;wilhelmlna. . . ....Sept. 3 8. 8. Honolulan........ Sept. 10 S. S. Lurline ;., . Sept 25 - "S. S. HYADES sails from Stle SEPTEMBER 14,. 1912. For further particulars, apply CASTLE & COOKEj LTD CANADIAM-AUSTRALIA'ROYAL MAIL S. S. CO. for fi...

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