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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 3 September 1912

noNoi.ru' stak nn.T.KTiN. Trf:si.v. si:rr. Hi!, SJmwtolu itar - IwlUtin In Which la combined the HAWAIIAN STAR, estab lished 1893. and the EVENING BULLETIN, establish ed 182. MEMBER ASSOCIATED PRESS. BILEY II. ALi.K-V. Kditor WALLACE K. IWIHHNCTON MAIN OFFICES . BRANCH OFFICE !udmss .J.inag I te.V.i ALAKEA STJtKKT M K CI I A NT ST R E 171 Icdedione ' ... srusciiiiTiox i:TKS: DAILY STAK-UL'LLI-n IN Per Month, anywhere In United St.itea Per Quarter, anywhere in United Sia'cs .... Per Year, anywhere in United Stat-s Per year, postpaid, f.nfiii SExMI-VVEEKI V STAK-IUfLLKTIN Ter Six MonthB Per Year, anywhere in United-State Per Year, anywhere in Canada Per Year, postpaid, foreign aetivitv, aetivitv of ;i praet ic.i I kind. It im s Hot aiTlee tll.it tliilHMc- id' r ngl og.H ji ai- (Mil n-sf centi HI with tin- ;i ;t lm i 1 i iisih of ethical p ohlenis. In llir i liisj.ui uf ; i -1 i 1 1 lo ward settling tln'c piohlems. lis spirit is mil supine. 1 1 1 1 militant; noi fearful, bin daring. il...

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. — 3 September 1912

nONOU'UT STAK nt'LLKTIN. TIT.SliAY. SKPT. X VM'2. it a;v tm.'i I. in ;dt:c :n AMUSEMENTS. AMUSEMENTS. M THE Woman's Board of Missions Opens Annual Series Today Activities Of Year To Be Reviewed- Course Of Study I;or Next Year Is Outlined Tho Woman's Hoard of -Mlsi-loris of . TUt ' u rv ol study that will U lak- Co.lral I'nion Chun-h owns its loits ! second annual fct'ii- of aft-Motis this fillcrnoon at lialf al'trr two o'Ho U hi flu- Church parlors. 'I'll- mrtirm Mns with lw rot'lirm of tl.c action reports from the Hawaiian and .f;qa 'ht Departments. Miss Laura ;r'n will tell of tne work that has been dene amonp the llauaiians duriiifcvLh1 siiinmer months and MIks Julia (!uir will speak of the work anions the J-ip- anese. ONE OF SECRETARY KNOX'S RIGHT-HAND MEN IS A WOMAN One of the foreign dip'iomatistb call ed at the State Department recently Jn a preat hurry in queHt of Infornia tion concerning an Intricate quest'on of diplomatic procedure. He paid his respects at the Secretary's ...

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. — 3 September 1912

CI H0N01.ru stai: r.ru.rriv. tiksday. sept. iimv 1 t . V V. Williamson & Buttolph Stock and Bond Brokers Phone iiss . p. o. u,x .v Honolulu Stock Cxrnange NAMi: O!' STOCK M khcantii.p: C. P.rew it Cu .arc; a ii. Kw a Plantation Co ',i Hawaiian Agric. "o As-ki-i. Haw. Com A- f'o. . . . Hawaiian Sugar Co 1 ionomu Sugai Co 1 lonokaa Sugar Co Haiku Sugar Co Hutchinson Swear Plant. . Kahuku Plant: Mop Co. . . Kfkaha Sur?.r Co. Koloa Swuar Co MeBryde Sugar Co Oahu Sugar Co T)nom'a Sugar Co t'laa Sucar Co Ltd Paaubau Sugar Plant. Co Pacific Sugar V.fll Pnla Plantation Co Pc pee keo Sugar Co Pp-neer Mill Co Wain hi :i Agrle Co . Wailuku Co Waimnnalo Sugar Co. . . . WaJmea Suga Mill Co. . . MISCELLANEOUS. Inter Island Steom N. Co. Hawaiian Electric Co. . . . linn. .1. T. & L Co.. Prof Hon. R. T. & L. Co. Com. Mutual Telephone Co. . . . Oihu R. ft L. Go llllo R. R. Co.. Pfd Illlo R. R. Co , Com Hon. Br ft M. Co Haw. Irrgtn. Co.. fis Hawaiian Pineapple Co. . TanjonjrOlok RC. pd up....

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 3 September 1912

HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN. TUESDAY. SEPT. X VM'2. Tomorrow Momiiiig, Wpdmesday, Sept. 4th The Great LIT Our entire stock of Dress Materials marked down to close out the Department altogether c . . 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 CArtRV DOMESTIC GOODS. BUT NQTHING IN THE WAY OF SILKS. WOOL GOODS AND 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 THESE BARGAINS WILL BE SHOWN IN OUR WINDOWS. AS WE PREFER YOU SHOULD SEE THE FULL ASSORTMENT AND JUDGE THE VALUES BY EXAMINING THE MERCHANDISE. Charming Variety of Silks Imported Charmeuse, 42 inches wide $2.50 yard 24- inch Crepe Meteors, sale price 75c yard 44-inch French . Brocaded Marquisette $1.85 yard 54-inch French Brocaded Chiffons $1.75 yard 4...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 3 September 1912

nONOIXLU STATMCLLETIX, TTESTUY. SEPT. :i. 1012. iiiN'sir HO WAH CHAN, RICE PLANTER, CELEBRATES 6 1ST BIRTHDAY pecnail PLACE SOLD on Gives Great Feast at His Home in Waipio, to 120 Clansmen i Three Separate Purchases at arid Friends: Tells of His Arrival in Islands Thirty-six j Rate of $125 a Front Years Aqo. When Thinns Were Different Foot .nimeirv 4 V Walpio was tlx scenp of a bi c-l-- bration Sunday, for it was thf sixty first anniversary of ti. birth of a well-known Chinese riff planter. Ho Wan Chan, who for thirty-six years has made his home in the Islands. Ac cording to an old-fashioned tradition which is common among; the Chinese of all classes, the first year in every new decade of the birth is always more fittingly observed by a person who has attained the age of fifty-one, sixty-one or seventy-one. Therefore, Sunday's occasion uas a memorable one, which may not be duplicated until the venerable gentleman reaches his seventy-first or his eighty-first anniversary. Ho Wah Chan...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 4 September 1912

1 Frem R. K.i Chiyo Maru, rsept. ii Fer S. F.i Ventura. Sept. 6. From Yanroavrr: Maltura, Sept. 11. For Yanronvrr: Zealandia, Sept. 10. Kveninaj Bulletin. Est. lfc2. No. 533:.'. Hawaiian Star. Vol. XX.. No. 6373. I t l;i:s HoNoU'Ll , TKUKITOKY nK HAW AII WI-:iNKSlAY. SKl'T. 4. liUl1. 14 IA,SKS. PRICE FIVE CENTS MD BAR MY TRIBUTE n ilJ Edition: STATE, MP St OF THE LATE MEMORY JUDGE a a a One of World's Most Powerful Plants to Cost $200,000 Is Authorized Before the end of the present fiscal tear Oahu is to have one of the six most powerful -wireless station in the world. It will be located at Pearl Har lor, and will be built and operated by the United States Navy. The cost of construction and equipment will be ap pioxlmately $200,000. As far back as last January it was announced that the Navy Department was planning a chain of wireless to link together its stations In the Pact fl and the Far East, and some months ago the Secretary of the Navy sent recommendations ,to congreis covering...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
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Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 4 September 1912

HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, WEDNESDAY. SEPT. 4. 1012. Shipping Captain Josselyn Not To Retire From The Sea. Captain W. I.. Jo-, no vii. tjio wi ll known navigator, who .brought the 1-r.ik Ninianu around the horn on what 1e believed to he her last vovage, has ro intention of retiring from t tie sea according to statements made here. C aptain Josselyn ijo contemplates leaving Honolulu on or about the mid c'h of ,the coming week tor the ma5n land. He proposes to return to his Lome near Boston, and wili soon enter the merchant marine again as the low? foj a life at sea holds for him too many charms to he cast aside so easi ly for a more quiescent existence on land. "There is no reason for a 'man f n. age in retiring from the sea." de clared the iwpul'ir skipper, today. "I have several good offers and prospects In view upon my return to Boston ana New York." Captain Josselyn admit ted he might enter steam in place of a sailing craft if the opportunity of Tcred. Zealandia Will Not Be Crowded....

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

If- nOXOLULU STAR-nrLLETIN, WEDNESDAY. SEPT. 4, 1012. MARINE CORPS RIFLE TEAM TO ATTEND INTER-POST SHOOT Ten Enlisted men and One Of ficer Will Sail for Brem erton on the Logan not .i k 1 1 i m tram until thr last mm- llt th- srrrtiu:i cl-J ''ltJ i fi on thr 'showing; iuai by th- null ait'-r Mint arrival. Following ar- ti,r im-n who will Tt-u mlistrd men and nr m ! i '-r t mak- t r i - trip und.-r Captain M.-lm- fldfil CaniTi V..rv t.;ivt. I Ir.r.i.! n I 11 .i ll Dili's Colli Ilia lid . tn transport ljv,nn tomorrow, to romprte in the intrr-oost shoot o! the marine corps to be hdd at I r iiier-; ll. S.-h.-r, Andrews. Varnuiri ani ton. ( oiuinmcirig Sept Tim local Fisher. marksmen will be pitted auainst six-( 'I'm- marine team from here will man teams from the Man- Island and shoot against the I'.remerton and Mare lliemerton barracks', and will also i.-Iarid teams, the curse h-ing 2k take part in the individual competition ''' and :,mi yards, slow lire, and and ..it yards witJi a pist...

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

4 ' noxoui.r STAiM'.ri.i.nTix. vi:!ti:si.Y. skpt i. :,-. mtolttlu gtfar - litlktitt In which is combined the HAWAIIAN' ivTAR, tab lUhed 1&S3. aud the EVKNINd HI'U.KI I.N, -atatj!lsb-ed g2. MEMBER ASSOC1ATKD PRKSS. RILEY H. ALLEN. Editor WALLACE K. FA KIM N i'H N Iiusincss Manual MAIN OFFICES J(-r,9 AI.AKKA STREET Telr-phoi.eM 218.'. 21!"6 BRANCH OFFICE MERCHANT STREET Telephone 2205. SCBSCKIFTIO RATES: DAILY STAR-HCELETIN Per Month, a&ywbere in United States $ .71 Per Quarter, anywhere in United States 2.00 Per Year, anywhere in United States 8. 0, Per year, postpaid, foreign 12.00 SEMI-WEEKIA STAR-BULLETIN Per Six Months $ 1.00 Per Year, anywhere in United States 2.00 Per Year, anywhere In Canada 3 00 Per Year, postpaid, foieif n , . . . 4.a WEDNESDAY 7 ..." . . "77. SEPT E M B ER 419 12 Iioiisis, k" roinjM li'iit at h-ndaiits am! frti- tin beach of roral ! (if ronrs if -osis iiiomv. 'm n" w-n!i while. IViijm u ie and pta-iid fi;!i-.i applif in W'aikiki heath u I I i I : i ...

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Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 4 September 1912

noxoi.n.u staimh"U;eti wnrtxKsnAY. ?En i. 1012. I I AMUSEMENTS. AMUSEMENTS. . AMUSEMENTS - -A- i RIJOU THEATRE R. Kipling. Manager ft The Queen's Reception. OM and iww. residents of Honolulu and tourists almost by the liundn-'is visited Washington IMnrf on Mond.'iv In pay ll.Hr respects to Her Majesty Queen Lilinok.'tlani who on that day eelebrated ber seventy -fourth anniver sary. Her Majesty j a f in the rnidt of a lxwer of palms and tropica 1 f!ov. e s and worn a hari'lsome gown of p lavender Kilk and a cretuent of dia monds in h'-r' hair. Standing benide Hr Majesty wore Prinze and Prim-ess KalanianaoJp and the Prim-ess Kawananikoa. Tho Kiiesfs were presented before the die notaries by Mr. John Aimoku Domlnis. rf the Queen's household. To the older residents of Honolulu who have not onlv attended these yearly functions Riven by the Queen I'lif have alho been guests at the eour functions' of former days J.he recep tion on Monday seemed quie like old tln;eg for even the royal kahil...

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. — 4 September 1912

6 HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 4. 1012. ?7 Williamson & Buttolph Slock and Bond Brokers I'lmne l&i . p. 0. liox MF.KCllANT .STKSKT. Oonolum StocK excnang Wednesday. September i. NAM EOF STOCK. Hid. MKROANTII.K. C lire wer & Co SUOAR. Asked. JCwa Plantation Co Hawaiian Agric. Co Haw. Cnm. & fc.ug. Co. . . . Hawaiian Su?ar Co Ilononm Sugar Co Ifouoksa Sugar Co Haiku Sugar C. Hutchinson Sug:r Plant. Kahulcu Plantt-.'ion Co. . . Kekaha Sugar Co KoIh Suar Co MeUryde Sugar Co Oahu Sugar Co Onomea rtugar Co Cl:ta Sugar Co l.td I'anuhau Sugar Plant. Co Pacific Sugar Mill Pala Flantatlon Co I H-keo Smra r Co I'lonecr Mill Co Walalua Agr Co WailukM SntvfVo Wnlmnnalo Sugar Co. . . . Walmea Susai Mill Co. . . MISCELLANEOUS. Inter-Islam Steam N. Co. Hawaiian Electric Co. . . . Flos. II. T & L. Co.. Pref Hon. R. T. & I. Co.. Com. Mutual Telephone Co. . . . 04 IL'Jt L. Co Ililo It It. Co.. I'M.. .. . Ililo R. It. Co . Com Hon. R & M. Co X, 44 44 !v ti lo; c)...

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. — 4 September 1912

IloNOU Lr STAIMN'LLKTIN. WKhXKSDAY. SKIT. t. I'M 2. FULL ! - V ? I Our entire stock 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 IN THE WAY OF SILKS, WOOL GOODS AND 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. FULL ASSORTMENT AND JUDGE THE VALUES BY EXAMINING THE MERCHANDISE. NONE OF THESE BARGAINS WILL BE SHOWN IN OUR WINDOWS, AS WE PREFER YOU SHOULD SEE THE GhamMirag Vairiiety of Silks Imported ' Charmeuse, 42 inches wide $2.50 yard 24- Inch Crepe' Meteors, tale price 75c yard 44-tnch f-ench brocaded Marquisette $1.g5 yard Writh-1 French Brbdaded 'Chi'lfcns $1.75 yard 46-inch- Elegant Floral Crepe de Chi...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 4 September 1912

8 HOXOLT'LC STAIMH'LLETIX, WEIiNKShA V. SEPT. 4. ONT miss our SEPTEMBER DRY GOODS CLEARANCE SALE now in progress. The greatest bargains ever offered. Come today our bargains will interest you. Every article in our store at extremely low prices. D SUPERVISORS WANT CHANGES IDE IN DANCE-HALL BILL Now Up to Police Comnrttee' and County Attorney to ; Draft Changes ! After a public hearing last nigh!.' the Hoard of Supervisors deferreu . action on (lie ordinance 10 regulate' dance houses. It was referred back lo the police committee and the at torney's department, for the purpose of having inserted certain provisions, advised by Miss Mascocr, the visiting' sociai investigator. At Mayor Fern's suggestion, when opening routine was over, the rules were suspended to allow the ladies and aiy others present t.o -express' Ibeir views on the ordinance. Mrs.j May T. Wilcox, or the hoard ;of edu-j caticn, Miss Rose Davison, humane officer; Miss Wood, probation officer' of the juvenile court, and Mi...

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. — 4 September 1912

irtriKr irft I Frem S. F.: Chiyo Maru, hpt For X F.: Centura. Sept. ). From Vancouver: Makura, Sept. ft! For Yancomer: Zealandia, Sept. 10. Evening Mulletim Kst. 1SSL ?io Hawaiian Star. Vol. XX. No. ffi.'iT:: 1 1 i;i;s. iiMvou Li'. Ti:iii:iToi;v i)- Hawaii. v. n ksi a v. skit, j. u pa;i:s. PKICE FIVE CENTS WM T7 m .A.y.yv. '.111 1 l J V I V I I II W J I II II PMffiESSWES STATE. LOSE Si 1 1 NW GIN WIRELESS" r-sn A n i n i One of World's Most Powerful Plants to Cost $200,000 Is Authorized Before the end of the present fiscal year Oahu is to have one of the six most powerful wireles stations in the world. It will be located a,t Pearl Har bor, and will be built and operated by the United States Navy. The cost of cont ruction and equipment will be ap proximately $200,000. As far back as last January It was Announced that jteh Navy Department was planning a chain of wireless to link together its stations in the Pact fl. and the Far East, and some months ' ago the Secretary of the Navy sej...

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. — 4 September 1912

a HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN. WEDNESDAY. SEPT. 4. 1012. hippie Captain Josselyn Not To Retire From The Sea. Captain W. L Jeeseivn. the ut il known navigator, who mout-dii the ta'.ik Nuuann around the horn on what i Sv believed to l.e he-t last vov.iire-. has. I'O intention of retiring lrom the sea affording to statem -nts made here-. Captain Josseljn no a emte-mplates leaving Honolulu on or about the mid Mt of the coming week lor the ma'-ti lhd. He proposes to return to liir l.ome near Boston. and will soon nt i tl'e merchant marine at:a:n a ilu- love lo: a life at sea holds for him too many (harm to be- cast aside ni .-as' ly for a more pne-sent eitene- on land. "Tliere is no reason lor a mini r-f n, age iti retirinu Hum the sea." le lred the opulir s k i ij i . to-lay. I have several good offers ami prospei ts in view upon my return to Boston an-1 New York." Captain Josselyn admit ted he might enter steam ijj plae e of a sailing craft if the opportunity of fered. a i Zealandia Will No...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 4 September 1912

HONOLULU f?TAR-BrXLETiy. EDXESDAY. SEPT 4. 1012. 3' MARINE.CORPS RIFLE TEAM TO ATTEND INTER-POST SHOOT Ten Enlisted men and One Oi-i'"' Ii,k l,,s rt"Alu nmU ia-wt mi" urn f i n ' 'I'1'. tlJf M'lectlnii depending cti til muui win oaii lor Drem- j lowing mad. ertnn nn the I nnan j arrival. - WJ -' liv th' men after their I'ri- Martin, ! Following nr- the men lu Ten -nlisti men ami on- olfi. -r ' "k" th.- trip under Captain McDu ftum "umi. V,.rv lul- ! ! n . n'gal's Cf ) III II) a Tl ( thr. t"ranr,rl li,n ,.mlr!-.,a If. ' I T I ! H I .-: !. My I atld Austin .Mtm.i t in tlx. if,t..r--!.u uhr,., ,.f ti,f. ivates Lynch. H. Martin, ( mar it... corps to be held at Bremer- Ulall. S-L.-r. Andn ws. Varnum and toti. comment ifig S t . 2i. Th- l"f al Fisher. niarkKtn.n will be pitted auainst i-: Ti.e marine team from, here wil. man teams from the Man-Island and auain.-t fh- Bremerton and Mar. Bremerton barracks, and will also' island teams, ti.e nur.se being !'.... lake part in Hi.- individual c...

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

iioNoi.ru' stak niu.i;Ti. wi:ini:si. . sf.pt. i. !:ir ttfmtnluUt. Star - Sitllrtin tn. which la combined th HAWAIIAN STAR, estab lished 1S93..and the EEMMi HI'LLKTIN. establish ed 182. MEMBHIt ASSOCI TIH t'KKS.S KILKY il. AlJ.HN .Fditor wallaci; n. fai:i;j.(;ton .Mining i MAIN OFFICKS . . BRANCH OFFK'i: l'-i'!)!)! ps : Ilrjihon' I'uiness LKKA STRhKT ". t, .llnl ! ihe holle. keep nlnjM If HI attendant lifjielt of rural ! ( if colllse it Cils IIHe . I'iIII il'v Wnlill while. i''lin -W isc Mini poUml-fon,ih applies In i k i k i In public ba t li i ug - f ; h - i I i t if -ry !( I v. LITTLE INTERVIEWS I M'CAND REGULATING THE DANCE-HALLS Till, hall . i w lif le I if f in; -1 in it had snis inrrio i: i ks: DAILY STAK i:n.!,i;i IN Per Month, anywhere in 1'nited tatep I ". Per Quarter, aoywh'-re in I " n ; t -d Sfn'i-s L' .' Per Year, anywhere in I'tiiti-d States " Per year, iohtnaK f.,.i-iKti IL'ih SEMI-WKKKI V STAK-Rl 'i.LKl IN Per Six MonthR $ I o. Per Year, anywhere in rniii-d states - ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 4 September 1912

HONm.u.r staf: nru.rriN. w i:iNi:sr.Y. si;pt. i. vm-2. AMUSEMENTS. AMUSEMENTS. R1J0U THEATRE R. Kipling, Manager AMUSEMENTS The Queen's Reception. Old and iifw resident h of H ""iulu and touriMs almost by ihv i;ifir-ls visiti-d WashiriRfon 11 1 on Monday to pay 11. Hr respects to llT Majf-sty liu-en I.iliuokalani who on that l,iy t-lebrated bcr seventy -fourth amiiwr Kary. Her Majesty :at in the midst of a Itowei of palms and tropual flowers and wore h handsome piwn of p .' lavender silk and a ciesrenf H dia monds in her hair. Standing heside Her Majesty were rr1n-e and Primes Kalanianaole and the Prin'-ess Kawananikoa. The RtifKts were presented before the dig irtaiies by Mr. John Aimoku Dominis rf the Queen's household. To the older residents of Honolulu who have not only attended these yearly functions given by the Queen but have also been guests at the court functions of former days the recep t':on on Monday :eemed quite 1'ke old times for even the royal kahili beir rs were rfn ...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 4 September 1912

H0!'OT.rir ?TAH-BrLirTiy. tvr py n hp a y . sept. l 191-2. 1 P Williamson & Buttolph Stock and Bond Brokers Vhnnr I S2 . V, ). Ilos 52 3 . MEIirilANT STKEKT Honolulu SiocK Exrnange W'-iitn-s'iay. S'-p'eniber 1. NAME OF STOCK. ni l. Ake, MERCANTILE. C. Hvpwrt d Co scgar. Kwa Plantation Co ;i ' 'u Hawaiian A eric. Co ...... X. " flaw. Tom. Siir Co . . . 4ji 44' Havaii.-.n Suiar Co. ..... 4 1 Honomu Supht Co ... Ilonokaa Sugar Co io;' Haiku Suzar Co z 2 ' . Hutchinson Sugar Piart . ... Kah'iltM ri:i!it; Mon Co. . .... id Kckaha Sntrar Co .' Koo Sug'-r C" .'o MeHryde Sugar Co (, '-, ' Oahu Sugar Co 27- ' ; Onomeafugar Co -y n Olaa Sugar Co I. Id - 4 ; .. Paauhau Sugar Plant. Co Pacific Sugar " f 1 1 -PaJa 1 lantation Co. . . . . .'17S rppoekoo Suar Co j, -, Pioneer Mill Co 1 '1 4 Waialua Agr''. Co Jt?o XVailuku Puts.- Co " J i Walmanalo Sugar Co. . . WaimeaSugai Mill Co. .. 1 MISCELLANEOUS Inter-Island Steam N. Co. Hawaiian Elcctrie Co .. . !is Hon. ft. T & L. Co.. Prof 14s Hon....

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 4 September 1912

nOXOLFIX STAIMH'LLETIX. WEDNESDAY. SEI'T. 4. VM'2. 7 EM FULE SWING Our entire stock of Dress Materials marked down to close out the Department altogether AS PREVIOUSLY ANNOUNCED, WANT OF ROOM COMPELS US TO TAKE THIS ACTION. EVER Y YARD OF DRESS GOODS WE HAVE IS TO BE CLOSED OUT. WE WILL STILL CONTINUE TO CARRY DOMESTIC GOODS. BUT NOTHING IN THE WAY OF SILKS. WOOL GOODS AND COLORED WASH COODS. WHITE WASH GOODS WILL B CAHK.'EO IN OUR DOM ESTIG 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. FULL ASSORTMENT AND JUDGE THE VALUES BY EXAMINING THE MERCHANDISE. NONE OF THESE BARGAINS WILL BE SHOWN IN OUR WINDOWS. AS WE PREFER YOU SHOULD SEE THE Charming Variety of Silks Imported Charmeuee, 42 inches wide $2.50 yard 24- inch Crepe Meteors, tale price 75c yard 44-inch French Brocaded Marquisette $1.85 yard 54-inch French Brocaded Chifona $1.75 yard 46-Inch Elegant Floral Crepe de China 75c y...

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