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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 2 September 1912

r...2?" ' . 12 : nONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, MONDAY, SEPT. 2, 1912. - - - . - 7 r " . : . - - - Masonic Temple Weekly Calendar MONDAY: TUCSDAY: WEDNESDAY: THURSDAY: FRIDAY: SATURDAY: All visiting mmU-rs of th order ;ir- eonliatly Invited to at tend meetings of Ickti! lodges. 4- LODfiE, C1C, It. r. 0. K. Honolulu Lodge No. 6ln B. P. O. Klks. meets ir their ball, on King St near Fort, every Frida) evening. Vlstting Urotb erH are cordially invited to attend. A. E. MURPHY. E. R II. DUNSHEE, Sec. Meett)n the 2nd and 4th Mondays, of each month at K.P. hall 7:30 I M. Members of other Asso ciations are rflARWE'FJiGWIfliSv. cordially invited to attend. IVJtV MfKlXLEY LODGE, XO. 8, K. of P. rjQ day evening aft 7:30 o'clock in 14 ; IHI W . V ft I OiiU Be retania. v Visiting brotherf cordially Invited .to, attend; . - A. F. GERT2, C. C P. F. K1LBEY, JC R. b. II OA OLULU A ERI E 110, F. 0. E. - - , Meets on second and fourth p4 Wednesday-.:' evening of ach , month at 7:30 o'clock,: in .ft'-'- K. of ...

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. — 2 September 1912

V HONOLULU STAR HT'LLKTIN, MOXfUY. SEPT... 211 12. ., - ' Jl ft'- FOR RNT FURNISSD i! House on Gn St., Two Becoms, $45 per onth House6nKewSt;, Three Beioms $75 per nth. Bishop TBt Co., Lt 824 BETHEL STRI BY AUTHORITY. MAUI LOAN FUND COMMISSION. j j Sealed Tender1 will be received at j 'the office of the Maui Loan Fund; Commission, at Wailuku. Maui. T. H.. i until Saturday, September 14. at in i o'clock a. m., for constructing, and ; i fbrnlshing all labor, tools, equipment I 'and material, except nil pipe and fit-j j tlnfis, necessary to construct, in ac- cordanCe with the plans and specifica tions, areservolr at Keokea, Kula, Is land of Maui, T. 11., of a'capaclty of approximately 500,000 gallons. I'lans and specifications and other ' information may be had upon applica tion' to the Maul Loan Fund Commis sion, or at the office of the Superin tendent of Public Works, at Honolulu, T. 11. The right Is reserved to reject any and all bids. Tenders must be made on forms fur nished by the...

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. — 2 September 1912

'5 U TUT IFli (B 1 1 n STEAMERS IN This Type LEAVE FOR THE COAST. OEO llllll R n ' STflERS IN ARRIVE FM THE COAST. STAR-BULLETIN Want Ads get quick results P T I STAR-BULLETIil SIDAY V i -'V- ' M. MONDAY Sonoma Wilhelmina L,urline . Nippon Mar'u Honolulan Sierra Ventura . Tenyo Maru WEDNESDAY THURSDAY 41 Transport r&akura Wilhelmina 7 'Hbnolulan Ziurline ATUuDAY Ventura mie i Irloiag'olia HONOLULU ST AR Every news page of the rL - i BULLETIN carries the ial news of the day of he whole world. 1 1 m AfXX T 7 Star-Bulletin - -i .: r "" Columns '-J .f 4 ;

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 3 September 1912

:4"'77 V7-7- - rr 8. F.i l W :. ' - P-Vl M 7 - t Ven tura. Sept S. From Yncoerrt Makura, SepL 11, Fer Van rosier - .Zealandia, Sept. 10. ' :v7 .f- -St . . - M ' V:..- . T7 2 7 -A.I Ik y v ft t v, i t' : Evening BulIeUn. Eet. 1882. No. 5331. Hawaiian SUr, Vol. XX.. No. 6372. P 00 ST f R S fGIllETO .j-,.---v - 1 Coast Chambers of Commerce Plan Round-Pacific Voy-i : : ' age This all : - ' i . On the most elaborate tour ever tn ' dertaken" by commercial bodiei, tfie 'AEBociated Chambers of Commercejof thf Pacific Coast will send 150 ClusI ; ocBmen ' to Honolulu : In a specially chartered jsteamer. to promote trafie v relations, boost the San Francisco. x ' rosltion luid exploit the advantages bf tLf Panama, canal. : .. V . ; News v t the f orthcom In c cru ipc ; which ' is to Jnchide every important port In the Pacific and In which Honp- lulu is the Irst objective point reacO ed this city yetterday-fpom the coa$t o .Secretary H. Pi Wool of the Chanib ; tr of Commerce asked about, the pl...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 3 September 1912

HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, TUESDAY, SK1T 3, 11UJ. n Tl TrW.TTW Tl VTW TW 1 BROKEN STEERING GEAR DELAYED LINER WILHELMINA AT QUARANTINE WEATHER TODAY Temperature 6 a. m. 77: 8 a. m., 79; 10 a. m., 80; 12 noon, SI.' .Mini mum last night. 73. Wind a. m . velocity 8, direction NE.; 8 a. m., velocity 17, direction NE.; I0 a. m.. velocity 15, direction" E.; 12 noon, velocity 12, direction K. Movement nast '24 hours. miles. Barometer at S a. m., 30.00: dew-Prearh to the BELLBOY, vODLD-BE PREACHER, STOWS AWAY ON MANCHURIA If fiaroul Yatfs, iec-i tly emploved Shortly afterward he was discover as tall boy at t:,e Hotel Sutter. Sauitd and tiken before Captain Friele. Francirro. had n5t ;e-eived a "call to ' the commodore of the fleet. The inter- birose. he would not view was unsatisfa?tory and at its eon- The fracture of a casting belonging kal and Lanai ports with freight and1 to the little engine" Ikat serves to passengers. The steamer Wailele is move the massive rudder of the Mat- beillR load?...

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

HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, TUESDAY, SEPT. 3, 1912. ' V V v' V ;t. v 1. in 11 JCl ELECTRO-PLATING POWDER - Instantaneously Depositing Gold, Silver, Nickel or Tin on Metal . Surfaces The housekeeper, the mechanic, the hotel-keeper, the automobile owner, the golf player, the jeweler, and those who handle plated tools in their business can always keep metal articles and parts touched up and looking like new, . A3 minute deposit of Vbltite Plating will last as long as thp plating deposited by the ordinary jeweler's electro-platirig bath; r; COMMISSION TO GO AHEAD ON SCHOOL BLDGS. I It was decided by the Loan Fund Commission, at a meeting this morn ing, to go ahead with the building of POLITICAL NEWS AND NOTES witn wnat ws mends considered i The voters of Kau. Hawaii, are an. excellent chance of beating Kuhio ; pcsed to Senator Makekau. becauai i!t i for Delegate. Link McCandless. blun- j turned his back to them, and suppor- ( denng around like the proverbial bull J ed Frear. who did not vot...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 3 September 1912

4-m y , v : noxoLutvn sTAR-ncixnTix, Trin.vY. si-pt. 1912.: - 3r : . F m - " '.JnitnUtlM tar-luUrttn In which. Is combined the HAWAIIAN STAR, estab . llihed mx and the EV12NIN Binj.CTrN, eaUhllib ed llll. .'i MEMBHU ASSOCIATED PRESS. , . ,v. ..... . . .Editor RILEY H. ALLEN ,.. WALLACE 11. FARKIXfSTOX;....-.. y. . . , . . , ... . '. Business Managfr llAIN OFFICES lr,9 AI.AKKA STRKET Telrphoi.en 218 22'6 BRANCH OFFICE MERCHANT STREET telephone 22C5. v; " SUBSCRIPTION 1UTK.8: " " DAILY STAK-EULlin IN - Per Month, anywhere In United States ...... Per Quarter, anywhere In United Stales Per Year, anywhere in United States Per jear,' postpaid; fr!ign:-... ; SEMr-WEEKLY STAR-HULLKTIN $ .75 2.00 8.00 12.00 Per Six Months Per Year, anywhere In United States Per Year anywhere In Canada . . . . Per; Year, postpaid, forei n . . . ... . .1 1.00 . 2.00 . 3.00 . 4.0u 1 UE&OAY, i....." SEPTEMBER 3, 1912 Outturn i not an areidrnt of birth, ulthotiyh our urrQundiujx adranrcdr retard it; it h ai i...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 3 September 1912

HONOLULU. STAn BUW.TIX, TrESDAY, SEPT. 3,- 1012. 3 m m iHE Woman's Board .' a UPenS innUai OCriCS 1 OUaV.v.iehs about twenty pounds, is eon - I : Activities Of Wir Tn I.IJV1UCS Ul I Car I O Of Study For Next The Woman's Itoard of Missions of Cei.tral Tnion Church opens its fort second annual series of sessions this afternoon at half after two o'clock iu this afternoon by Mrs. Joseph Emer the Church parlors. The meeting be- son. The subject of her paper is "How King 'with the-reading of the vacation ; the World Goes to Church," ' reports from the Hawaiian and Jaj a-( An Invitation is extended by the j ese Departments.' .Miss Laura (Jrec'ii President and members of the Bo i will tell of tne work that has been dene among the Hawaiians darinj,.he simm months and Miss Julia Guliy; j who may be interested "in the mkstcn will speifk of the work among the Jap- 1 ar'y work, to be present at this met- ane ONE OF SECRETARY KNOX'S One 'of the foreign diplomatists call ed at the State Department...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 3 September 1912

V'; J : HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, TUESDAY SEPT. 3. 1912, t t . i m''ws BfllVIFE'S HEALTH GETTING READY i mm and cenerai RESTORED 5f ocfe and Bond Brokers Phone 1M . 1. il. Boi &M MKIM'lllXT KTHI' . - r -- --- t " 7 - ) , I Compound Would Re -j store Her Health, name or stock. Hid. Asked. And It Did. Tuesday, September PIAIIOll SCHOOL if K RCA N'T ILK. C Hrewer & Co SUCAK. Ewa Plantation Co Hawaiian Agric Co. Haw. Cora. & ?ug. Co. . . . Hawaiian Su;ar Co. ..... llcnomn Sugar Co ., Honokaa Sugar Co Haiku Sugar Co Hutchinson Sugar Plant. . Katiuku Ilantiilon Co. .. Kelt aha Sugar Co Kola Su?ar Co McBryda Sugar Co. . . ... Oahu Sugar Co. . . . . Onomea Sugar CO Claa Sugar Co Ud Paauhau Sugar Plant Co. Pacific Sugar Mill Paia Plantation Co. . . . . . Ppeekeo Sugar Co. ..... Pioneer MM Co Walalua Agrto Co. Wnlluku Rir Co Waimanalo Sugar Co . . . Walmea Sugai Mill Co. . . MISCELLANEOUS. InteMalani Steam N, Co. Hawaiian Electric Co. . . . 1 Jfoa. JLT. & L. Co.. Pref . Hon, H. ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 3 September 1912

HONOLULU STAU-BULLETiX, TUESDAY, SEUT. .3, , " . " - . j : I ii ommon' 3Fhe Great t. - - 'i x -i -:V-' ! ' & i '1 V s S -r ' Our entire stpcl of Dress Materials marked down to close out the Department altogether AS PREVIOUSLY ANNOUNCED, WANT OF ROOM COMPELS US TO TAKE THIS ACTION. EVERY YARD OF DRESS GOODS WE HAVE IS TO BE CLOSED OUT. WE WILL STILL CONTINUE TO CARRY DOMESTIC GOODS. BUT NOTHING'XN THE WAY OF SILKS, WOOL GOODS AJID COLORED WASH GOODS. WHITE WASH GOODS WILL BE CARRIED IN OUR DOMESTIC DEPARTMENT, BUT THE PRESENT STOCK OF WHITE GOODS IS INCLUDED IN THE BIG SALE. . THE FOLLOWING QUOTATIONS ARE COST PRICES AT LEAST, WITH SOME MUCH LESS. NONE OF TH ESE BARGAINS WILL BE SHOWN IN OUR WINDOWS. AS WE PREFER YOU SHOULD SEE THE FULL ASSORTMENT AND JUDGE THE VALUES BY EXAMINING THE MERCHANDISE. Ghamnmiinig Variety of Silks Imported Xharmeuet, 42 inches, wide 24-Inch Crepe Meteors, cale price.......... M nch French Brocaded Marquleette 54-inch French Brocaded Qhifpnt. . . 4Hnch...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 3 September 1912

8 ' T HONOLULU 8TAIMJULLKT1N, TUESDAY, SKIT. av 10J2. on HO VAHCIiAN, RICEPLANTER, CELEBRATES 61 ST BIRTHDAY IRUIW PLACE SOLD t 7r7TITl ': : "i . :1 A- I i Gives Great Feast at His Home in Waipio, to J20 Clansmen and Friends; Jells of His Arrival in Islands Thirty-six Years Ago, When Things Were Different Wajpjo was the scene of a biR c!e- the Islands. The story of the ship 'bration Sunday, for it was the ixty 'wreck which has never been publiKh "Jtrst anniversary of the birth of a' U l",11 interesting, because well-known Chinese rice planter. Hp Ve name of pmiDe,nlnes, n - Wab, Chan, who for thirty-six year e Person of Ho Fon of Bishop & Co. baa made his home in the Islands. Acr " involved. ' cording to an old-fashioned tradition', 1 came 10 the islands over thirty , which is common among the Chinese five vears Wlth mv nephew. Ho of all classes, the first year in every ; on who was then a little bit of a . new dcade of the birth is always f nap," said Ho Wan Chan. "This more fi...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 3 September 1912

HONOLULU STAn-nOLLETIN, TUESPAY. .SEPT. 3. lull'. W) 'I News and Comment Written by Experts Edited By REDINGTON L. MM ' " RAGES SPORTING V SUCCESS BUT " COIN SHOUT Too Many People Saw Some. V thing for Nothing to Make It r - an Even Break for Men Who t Promoted Meeting for Sport Sake ... . . t The races at .Kapiolani park jester da were a big success from a sport Ins standpoint, and will undoubtedly do much 'toward accomplishing jtheir primary 'jintentto revive .c'lean track sport In jtbe Islands. However, romJ a financial ctanapoint; toe meet was a bloomer there being far too many empty seats la the grandstand, and too' man unoccupied parking spaces v iu automobile row, to cover the; heavy expenses, to which jthe. management was put. .' In this Instance the situation that faces the promoters was different to that which would ordinarllly exist, for only half a race "track was available. That la; the track Itself was there. bu k there was no grandstand or judges bland, and the track ...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 3 September 1912

10 . HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN. TUESDAY, SEPT. 3, 1012. FOR SALE FOR RENT FURNISHED ROOMS FURNISHED COTTAGES ROOM AND BOARD Skt-MduJ SIS eiassiffid ( , ' . WANTED We've got 'em. Not the I). T.'s. but the swl water drinkers wo were af ter. We've had to put in another lwt fling table. Say, our Lemon I)t Boer and f)range are fine. Honolulu Soda Water Co.. 34 A X. Beretania. 4941-tf Any person musically inclined to de velop that talent hy taking lessons, from Krnest K. Kaai. K'J Young Bldg.; Tel 3f,R7. k-M02-:!m Gentleman would like room, room and board or small cottage at beach. "X. Y. Z". Star-Bulltin. .r230-3t Unfurnished, qne or two rooms or pmall cottage. lxmg term. Address P. O. Box 5325-1 w AUTO SERVICE. SKLP-STAUTKRS. Evcry-lleady Co.; M." C. King, man ager. Agents for Kvery-Ready self starter: Auto repairing. Mililanl and" Queen Stu.; Phone 3636. 5258-tf Royal Hawaiian Garage. Most up-to-date iu town. Experienced chauf feurs. Telephone 1910. on i For hlre, eeven-seated Packard. Ph...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
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Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 3 September 1912

HONOLULU STAR P.rLLETTX; TUESDAY, SEPT. .. 1012. 11 F h- ti KM t 10 Oceanic Steamship Go. FOR SAN FRANCISCO G. G. Ventura Sept. 6 S. S. Sierra Sept. 21 S. S. Sonoma Oct. 4 C. Brewer & Co., Ltd., Pacific Mail Stamrs of the a hove company porf on or oIxhiJ the laf'S im-nf ion FOR THE ORIENT 3. S. Nile Sept. 13 S. S. Mongolia Sept. 20 S. S. Persia Oct. 12 i For general Information apply to H.Hackfeld fc Co., TOYO KISEN IMA . Steamers of the above Company or about the dates mentioned below: FOR THE ORIENT ,8. 8. Chiyo Maru ..Sept. 6 J 8. 8r Nippon Maru Sept. 27 8. S. Tenyo Maru ....Oct. 3 ' Clls at Manila, omitting call at Shanghai. , CASTLE & COOKE, LIMITED, Agents, Honolulu. Matson Navigation Company Direct Service Between San Francisco and Honolulu. FROM SAN FRANCISCO I 8. S. Wilhelmlna Sept 3 S. Si Honolulan Sept 10 S. S. Lurline.' .'.Sept 25 S. S.; HYADES tails from Seattle for Honolulu direct on about SEPTEMBER 14, 1912. V . For . further particulars, apply to ' ! CASTLE &...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
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Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 3 September 1912

12 TIONOLriX STAR-BULLETIN. T FES DAY. SEPT. 3. 1012. , V" i v ; . .. -V" Masonic Temple Weekly Calendar MONDAY: TUFSDAY: WEDNESDAY: THURSDAY: FRIDAY: j SATURDAY: . .All vislt!r.p members of the ord-r are cordially Invited to at tind meetings of local lodges. iionom lv unmiu cic. it. i o. . Honolulu No. ol J. I. ). KlkB. im-'etn li lhvr hall, on Klug St. Dear Tort, every Fridaj evening. Visiting Broth er are cordially Invito to attend. A. E. MITRPIIT. E. R H. DUNSHBE, Sec. " Meet on the 2nd and 4th Mondays of each month at K.l hall 7:30 P. M. Members of other Asso ciations are F.KBiKfFi5:. cordially Invited to attend. YXL, McKI N LET L01K3 K, XO. 8, K. of 1. Meets everv 2nd and 4th Patnr. f,'5?Uday evening at 7r30 o'clock Id g'MK. of P. Mall, cor. Fort and PerK&nia.. Visiting brother : cordially invited to atteoL A. F. GEHTZ, C. C. V P. F. KILDEV, K. IL b. JIONOLIJLU AERIE HO, F. 0. E. Meet -on second ami fourtt r1CL Wednesday evening of eacl month at 7:30 o'clock, In , ' Kof P....

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 3 September 1912

HONOLULU STAR-RFLLKTIN, TUESDAY, SWT. 3. 3) A if FOR RENT FURNISHED House on Green St., Two Bedrooms, $45 per month House on Kewalo St., Three Bedrooms $75 per month. Bishop Trust Co., Ltd. 24 BETHEL STREET W. G. AC HI, ATTORNEY AT LAW Kapiolani Building Honolulu, K P. O. Box Of E. G. Duisenberg STOCKS B ON D S ISURANCE REAL ESTATE LOANS NEGOTIATED 76 Mailt St. PCone30i3 J. HOLMBERG ' ARCHITECT. 4 Eitlmates Furnished on Buildln. Rateg Heasontble. 160 Hotel sC Oregon BWg. jTel. 16U if t- r DRINK - ' May's Old Kona Coffee. BEST IN THE MARKET -H E N RAVM A Y r V, Phone 1271, & C O. THE Crossroads Bookshop, Limited 8ucces8ort'tto ' Brown A Lyon Co, Ltd. ALEXANDER YOUNG BUILDING "Evtrythlng In Book"" . ORANGE BLOSSOM CANDIES The Most Popular Candies Made on the Coast , A,.! HONOLULU DRUG VCO, LTD. 1024 Fort St. Ttlephono 1364 Clias. R. Frazier Company . I0UI ABTIITISUtl rhonc 1371 ' K2 Paj? Ct 4 L Fire Insurance THE B. F. Dillingham Co. LIMITED General Agent for Hawaii: Atlas Assuran...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 3 September 1912

11 HONOUMJT STAK-RULLETIN, TTKSDAY, SKIT. X 1IMJ "Sclilltv, in B les lias a ftill, fine llavor which brings to you tlic taste of 1 lie barley and the liofs. It lias the sparkle' and life due to perfect yeast. careful sterilization. It does not cause biliousness or fer ment in your stomach, as it is f)roferly aged before leaving the brewery, mi i) t . . i " absolute protection against the imWM .; . damaging effects of light. C Phone 1704 e- 'ttfr-' , . " - - ' -.5iil y . .Mmi . -; : ine oeer m BOY SCOOTS KEEP There arc 'many young boy scouts who do not know how to use a com pass. First, remember that the point of the needle always points north. Next, turn the box of the compass around ; until1 the letter N. is in its pioper position at the point of the nc edle.v You then have the ' compass 'properly set "and can accurately map out your Journey. , Ifyou ar desirious of reaching a biot beyond your range of vision, con i ult a reliable map of the region.. Next lay a ruler across the cha...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
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Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 3 September 1912

Frtm S. F.: Chfjo Maru. rm. For 8. F.i v Ventura, Sept. 6. From Vancouver: M ale lira. Sept. 11. For . Vaneomer: ' Zealandla, Sept. 10. -1 Evening Bulletin, Est 1882, No. G331. Hawaiian Star, Vol. XX.. No. 6372. n i;i;s. imxom:m thkkitoky or h.vVVaii. ttksday, skit. 11112. 14 ises PRICE FIVE CENTS 3 T TCP W1P IE BIG 7 r W4 V v BOO ST E R S ' USE TO HIM Coast Chambers of Commerce Plan Roumi-Pacific Voy age This Fall On the most elaborate tour ever un dertaken by commercial bodiet , the Associated Chambers of Commerce of the Pacific Coast will send iSO'.b'lTsU. ner-men to Honolulu in a specially chartered steamer, to promote trade relations, boost .the San Francisco ex: position and exploit the advantages of tU Panama canal. News of the forthcoming cruise which. Is to, include every important porc in me racmc ana in wnicn nuni i lulu is'tbe first objective poini, reactt cd this city yeUerday from (he coaai Secretary H. V. Woovl of the Chamb er of Commerce, asked about the plan His mor...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 3 September 1912

a HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN'. TUESDAY, SEPT. 3, 1012. Mpplmi BROKEN STEERING GEAR DELAYED LINER WILHELMWA AT QUARANTINE WEATHER TODAY Temperature; a. in.. 77: s a m , 7!: lit a m., m; 12 noon, M. Mini-' mum IaM niiiht, 7::. I BELLBOY. WOULD-BE PREACHER, STOWS AWAY ON MANCHUR Wind i a m . velocity s, direction j NK ; a in. velocity 7, direction; Mv; in a m . elocity 1."), direction i K ; 12 noon, velocity li', direction L. Movement past 1'4 hours, mils Barometer at a in, ilooit; dfw- poinf at h a. in., 4. relative humidy. h a in. l : absolute humidity, s a.' in., 4;7. Total rainfall during past j 24 hours. 11. i The fracture of a ca' tiu- hHonirint: krii and Lanai ports with freight and to the little eniii- that serves to j iasse!i.iers. The steamer Waiiele is .,,,,.. , , , ,.,, : l ir; loaded with a lare assort rnenr move the mas.siw' rudder of the Mat-i , . v . j i n'-u i .. . of suiiii nes lor Hawaii plantation; n.- Kon Navigation liner Wilhelmina :':,,..... , , , an early hour this ...

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

.1 " lloNol.rij: STAI! liri.l.KTIX. TI KSDAY. SKIT. :!. 1!HJ. POLITICAL NEWS AND NOTES Tir COMMISSION 10 r 4 i r ft Ms 0 1 - . Si." :i 0 n ELECTRO-PLATING POWDER Instantaneously Depositing Gold, Silver, Nickel or Tin on Metal Surfaces The housekeeper, the mechanic, the hotel-keeper, the automobile owner, the golf player, the jeweler, and those who handle plated tools in their business can always keep metal articles and parts touched up and looking like new. A 3 minute deposit of Volltite Plating will last as long as the plating deposited by the ordinary jeweler's electro-plating bath. 00 AHEAD Ofy L CHOO BOGS f r J i a' IN . a a .-c!oii hou-e. (or w l - :tI'jrij.!'iaW'fi. Bids wiil , an v : .'. .oar. uini ijit'cii': this nioni 'A ith the Idiihlillg n! b- i'i' '!' I'M' !.'-vii li Tor' : h work. ' luvnnir Frear was .consulted by :! )!!.;. .n a.-renain if a roai ' rroj.nHt ion nda'ed to this school was: .Hi-t! and in- replied that ail was" ritii ;!mI h- commission might pro-! cd ui'ii ...

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