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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 5 September 1912

nONOULUTAn-BULLETIN, TIIUKSPAY, SEPT. 5, 11)12. RATES OF FAIIE PIO T FIXED Electrically Purified. Milk m f o r Infants 'and Children . VJhzc io aotbria? ' ' '.ISTOniA. is a harmless substit ate for Castor o(f, Paregoric, Drops and Soothing Syrnps. It Is rr.zant. It contains neither Opinm, Slorphlno nor cr Narcotic sabs tanco. (Narcotics stupefy). Its j Is its guarantee. It 'destroys Worms and allays - crlshncss. It cores Diarrhoea and Wind Colic. : clicyes .Teething- Trouble, cares Constipation ' Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates rcmacn and novrcls. glYing healthy and natural Alio fjniiarcn7s Jt-anaccax no mother's r. li on every mapper -cucJUAC ,r of genuine Castoria Tiio c trrrmture of y hyolcla no Recommend Caotoria. r yitiaii hmrUMy pftfa the action of your ; W. W.Tcaraa.M.D., . -Baalo,2f.Y. 6 !rj my mdlcl pnettet X know of rmnl v here yoar Cm ton wm prescribed and caed odrcmlU." . E. Momuiim M. r CiutorU It c1le1ythe crotwf remedy J en 1 know of. 1 know no other' p...

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. — 5 September 1912

Frtn &F.t ; ;-V-Chlyo Mam, Sept.- 6. ' ror8.r.t , Ventura. Sept 6. From Tancooten ' Makura, Sept 1L . For Yancevvert ;. ' . Zealandla, Sept i 0. - - ( 0 MM I M ; I. y - : .. uz II I I I I ' . . . . ,11 " .... , , .. , , , , ' " Evening BulleUn. Est 1S82, No. Hawaiian Star. VoL XX, No. C2J4. ;'; . ;,PBICE FIVE CE2?73 i r m -' I .. " .1 Tn A ' - V 4 ilyiliyulll onpf Price Goes Up on October 1, ? - Announces Dairymen's : . -Vry'. , - Association : H . ' . . ' . ( '. .: . ii . - v 1 '' V..,- . 4 4t 4 - WHAT INCREASE. IN: - : -: , PRIpE OF MILK MEANS , Increaae from jeleren to twelre t . cents er quart on October 1. . fc 122,000 quarts sold monthly In y.: Honolulu.,'.-,; . . 'v Honolulu's preweht milk bill to frK; Dalrymen'g Association, $14,520. 1 i Increase means $1220 addition. .''-.. ':.? ti contnly. " , v.. y . . i ". -' Honolulu's per capita consump- t ' 4-- Hon of .milk already fifty' per QwS " - 4f ' . , cent, ceiow norma. . r , - r Eighty per cent of milk con-' S U H sumers,...

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. — 5 September 1912

HONOLULU STAlt-BULLETIKf THURSDAY, 6EPT. 5, 1012. rmzs-sujiuxn) no on si SB C D v'" ... . t f r . '. " ; ? 1 S.il 1 p:p;MW:' . Ar.ISPJGArt-IIAVAHArJ AKDSTEXA TO SUGAil FLEET; IFf;TiiE PACIFIC ..- ; ' .. t ' I ' . , ; - i i, - v .:. , ; A.eTentli large freight steamer as been added to the -Pacific fleet' operr ated.bx.the American-Hawaiian line which will insure a ten-day service over the ; triangular route In which Honolulu . and , the Hawaiian, Island ports are. important terminals. ,' General Freight Agent C P. Morse has made the announcement that the big freighter Texan, a vessel, of the latest type of cargo carrier, and one that at present holds two long-distance steaming records between) the Atlan tic i and; Pacific ports,; has been in cluded the list of steamers selected to asEiet In. the carrying of sugar and other cargoes from the Hawaiian Is lands, to the Isthmus of Tehuantepec. . The sugar season - of will in American-Hawaiian -circles. open with the sailing of the steamsh...

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. — 5 September 1912

noiroLOLtr gtar-bullsti:;; thuksday, bept. c, 1012. A LIBERAL OFFER .J r.. . , ; .' . V M i J ri r. 1 i' Fhafifo All TTr order to make room for our' " . 'line of FALL inLLHIERY due to arrive f pext week, we are disposing of our present lines at' RELIARKABLY, LOW PRICES. S - -.. , ' - . - V r. ; . :. ; - Ladies,-. ; ; ': Thi3i3 a chance of a lifetime. Harriton Clij. .J Fort St., Nr. Deretanla r- t, I I'crt fhafter, already one. of: the ::ui:ful army pes 13 in the Unit- L'lcf, is to Is beautified Etllj 0, r r;l -in a v,ay that combines the 1 i J:":s II. t. hr.s I : ',: ri a I Y.T.dley, cb n rl: r.nty ftandpeint for p ""l"rl.fls well, and lie entered into the idea with great entnusiasra. unaer nis 0 rection a detailed scheme offbeautlfi cation has been worked out and yes terday he visited the post to go over the ground with Maj. Yholley. . and put the finishing, touches- on the plans. ", ; ": ' ' ; " . ; ; The most important element in the plans It is understood, is to be the planting ...

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. — 5 September 1912

. 3 !JOK imtoutw star in wMcn - Is combined the HAWAIIAN . STAR, estab V Uthed lttt, and the EVENING BULLETIN, establish- LLHIE EE ASSOCIATED PRESS. BILEY H. ALLEX.r T;: .. ...... . .Editor WALLACE IL FARKINGTOX.. ... .. ... . . V.;i .Business Manager MAIN OmCES . ...... ........ 1059 ALAKEA STREET , - ' Telrpbouas 21S5 2re . BRANCH OFFICE . ; . , ; . X .K MERCHANT STREET Telephone 2365. H'-' r : JBUBSCRUTIOT BATESi ; "".'. ' x DAILY STAR-BULLETIN -. l "Per Month, anywhere in United States ..... .....$ r'.75 Pet Quarter, anywhere In United States 2.00 Per Year, anywhere la United States ............. 8.00 Per year, postpaid, foreign. . .. . . . . . . . . . , . .v. ... . . 12.00 , ' SEMI-WEEKIA STAR-BULLETIN " ; . Per Six Months .. . . : . . . . . . . . . . ; . . . ....$, 1.00 Per Year, anywhere la United States ............ 1 2.00 Per Year, anywhere In Canada .. ..;;........ 3.00 Per Tear,-postpaid; Xorei n; 4.00 A 1 THURSDAY ... W v .SEPTEMBER 5, 1912 icavor Qcrcal&isdmciiitiiy...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 5 September 1912

HONOLULU I STAR-BULLETIN, THURSDAY, SEIJT. 5, 1912. ' S y HEuOllIAL TO MRS. S. N. CASTLE ' TH SHAPE OF C0MGE5 Tor. some time there has been talk of bettering ..the conditions . In the tenements, but until recently nothing definite baa been done, Now there is one group of Cottages which are being put up as a memorial to Mrs. S. N. Castle. They are to tbe' called: Exeter Cot - lagcs. ; for it was at Exeter. New A'i, -.. t- 1 Lrir V-a r wiita . n'went -of the social conditions in the' early years of her life. The grounds) ... , , ,,. . on ; Hotel street have been donated ' by Mr. William' R. Castle and the expenditure for the houses . Is bein; : ; made from the Mary . Castle. Trust The idea of putting up these cottages is to provide a ' goexj, - healthy home for respectable .Hawalians of the working class. , - . The buildligslhree of which have 'already been-completed, "are two stories hlh and are: large enough to . accommodate. Iwp families who . will be entirely Independent of one an...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
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Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 5 September 1912

HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN. THURSDAY, SEPT..5, 1912.. ; : . - y .-" - ' e S - 1 1 uliamcn& Bultolph j iGllil Stock and Bond Brokers riione IK2 : - P. O. ttox .a nrnniANT sTjtnrr : : "Thursday, September 3. NAME OP STOCK. Bid Askn.l. - i 44 2i 27 7 V Hi MERCANTILE C. Brewer & Co. . . , . ... . . sugar: . - liwa J'laptaUon Co. ...Vi . Hawaiian Agric. Co. ..... ' Haw. Com. Jfc fctug. Co. .... 1 1 avslfcta S trjar Co . . . . ; ! Ikmorno Sugar Co Ilonckaa Sugar Co. . ". Haiku Sugar C. . Ti ..... ,Hatchlncn Sugar Plant. . Kahnku Plant tlnn Co. . . Kekaha Sugar Co...... " Kolna Snjrzr Co. . . ... .... McBryde Sugar Co.;... ... OahuSusar Co. ....:..; OnoreaSnarCo. . ClaaSusar Co'Ltd. 'Pnnuhan Sugar riant. Ce. : Paclf.c linear Mm . .. ... . Tala Plantation Ca " .... : pppcekeo Snar Co. ,? ii V 'PIcntcrMlllCo. AVntalua A grta Co. . .... .; WaNukuTufc-r Co...... Woiroanalo Suaf Co. ... V'airnea Sujai MM" Co. MISCELLANEOUS. Tntcrlflahi Steam N. Co. Hawaiian Electric Co. ..' Hoc. JL T. &...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 5 September 1912

HONOLTJLU iSTBUIXETINTHUHSp . , H wmrwwmm wm I n . ' . ui u i I . . i Mm i i m i i n i i i J i . . . . . T - - i - , . : :; Y;YY ; - j;- . - JrA- r .inY ? -S-Y YY-: - v ... . ." . - X fREVIOUSi ANNOU ' D0MESTIC5Q0DSBUT NOTHING IN THE WAY OF SILKS, WOOL GOODS AND COLORED ;WASH; GOODS. WHITE WASH430O0S WILL BE CARRIED IN OUR DOMESTIC DEPARTMENT, BUT THE PRESENT -'. STbCK OF,WHIT:GOODS' IS INCLUDED IN;THE;BG SALE. THE FOLLOWING QUOTATIONS ARECOST, PRICES' AT; LEAS.T WlTH SOEMUCH LESSiir, NONE OF THtSEfBARGAlMSWILL BE SHOWN IN OUR WINDOWS, AS WEPREFER YOU SHOULD SEE THE :': , iADTiituT iun nmne -rue uii iiec v F AMlNINft- TH E MERCHANDISE.' s-V'' v''- 'T- .'-v -iAy.:. v-VI ' ' ' 'v ;-'-;-'!!rr':'V-: -"- - ! --.r- " Imported Charmeuse,''; 42 Inchet . wide.. .'. . . .'. . . . . .$20 yard 24-Inch Crepe Meteors, sale priced . .. .-....... .v .75c yard -t 44-Inch Ffjjnch 4V?oczde6f Mxrquieette. f ;! . . . . i . . Y.$1.S3 'yard . , 54-Inch F, rench.C r?caded wWffpn. . . .... . i . V. VV i i ....

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. — 5 September 1912

...Vf..v- r.. ... riONOLtJLU STAR-BULLETIN, TUURSDAV, SEPT. 5, 1012. Q mow ' m jp'dQgire n. - ' ' ' Re greatest bargains ever Come toiay-mr m our store 'at extreme prices, you, offered bamms torn IvioW' Every:: article. ' if . : r . i . . . - - . .-'V ' ' . i" - , ' .". . ' ; .' ',. : ' , :i' ; - ; . T . i .v;-'.1-:'' ' ' . " - ''. ' ' " V . .-. ' -' '. " ' .c ' r : - ; i-' ' r ' vJ r " '.-. r: V'- - '::;' - C '' ' . k v " . Ao )! imbeds .' ' ., i - v -sitp-- ( 1' lulu daii:y::ens ASSOaATIOX ox siieeidak street,mtiiere jiw quarts?of "Tiie Honolulu Dairymen's Assocl atloa ia suf f erins from a shortage of , nllk rlgnt now," , says P. ,M. . Pcad, 1... (Cci:rcl frcn Tiire D secretary of tne association and one of lt3 large stocknolders. "Tnls is ex- few months many small dalries.have suspended, others hare sold out, and Cew have made any money." ; ; Th raise is made effectiTe Octo ber 1, says Secretary Pond, because traordinary, because in the.'summer! the., association faces the heary...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
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Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 6 September 1912

. i-.. . i V 7 FrtB S. F.t ' -1 lonol ul ah. Sept 1 0. Far S. F.t. . ;i Tenyo Mara, SeptlO. From Tancoiter t " Maknra, Sept U. For TaneoiTert '.' Zealandla, Sept' 10. I-i ; FTvanlnir Tit1ol T- . Ken t. Brening BoHeUn, Est' 1882, No. 5334: Hamallan SUr. Vol XX.. No, 6375. t - BRITISH AMBASSADOR DE : CL1TJES TO DISCUSS CA- , : " NAL POLITICS; ; - i His greeting ana reception ac 7 cxrded me py the people of Honolulu has touched me deeply." So . stated . Ilipht Honorable James Bryce, who for a number: of years has served as 11 British - Ambassador Extraordinary ' and Minister Plenipotentiary . at WashlndoniU. C. : . ; J: Standing,; 1th- bared :head,. he proved an Interested auditor to- the patrI5tJc.melody from the' Royal Ha Mal'aa tand which played "God Save tie 'King", as tho Oceanic liner -Ventura with the distinguished, diplomat . cn tcard neared the wharf ' this ' morning. : V- ; : - , "It has been, nearly thirty years zzo that I last visited Honolulu," t-J.i the Antcfadcr MI" wish...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
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Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 6 September 1912

HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, FRIDAY, SEPT. 6, 1912. nDES-rSUTJ AND MOON 1 A A. f w ii it w y "1 . a -5T e , p . a e I FMliBIWPICliee).. -it.-, ; :m --: - " ' . t - ? J ' EM I 3 Date id a. . t i. 3 II IILSOPI IIHE PROSPECTS ,Vich President and General Manajer .'. Samuels of jthe Oceanic Steam ship, line is a through passenger in the liner Ventura, that called at Hono lulu today, completing the round trjp to the colonies has declared himself as optimistic ai , the pro pects of a succes i of the new-. New Sydney Short Line" as inaugurated by the Oceanic Company "with" Jthe steamers' Sonoma and Ventura. : ; .: . traveling by this particular ship was Mr. Samuels Is now completing the a necessity of the public service. T last leg of a voyage that carried him j The Chiyo Maru was an early ar to Sydney N.'.S. W, in the initial rip; rival 'and ; came alongside' Alakea ' of the Sonoma. At that time the.,arf at ine o'clock am'd the strains Oceanic officials bore correspondence frcm theRoyal Hawaiia...

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. — 6 September 1912

HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, FRIDAY, SEPT. 6, 1912. f , r A. PALAMA MUCH NEEDED CIuB Is Formed To Get Action ' v from Authorities Instead ; of Promises ' Palama Is to have an Improvement Club. At a meeting held last night, , action was begun to get v the people ; of that district organized - and; to place an outline -of the various needs before J the municipal authorities. There Were about J lfteen' men pres ent at the meeting . and Harry Auld was elected president ; and Spencer ; Bowen .secretary. The ' meeting": was ."addressed , by Bertram ' von ' Damn), who -spoke- pf certain conditions ex isting in the district that should he intended to, and by George Guild, who 1 helped . along the Improvement Spirit. A committee with Harry Auld .as chairman and Spencer Bowen as secretary,- was appointed to go' Into the necessary details as to the var-J MITES (Special Star-Bulletin Correspondence WAILUKU, September 5 Miss Charlotte L. Turned Is spending three weeks in Honolulu. She is visiting . f...

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. — 6 September 1912

4 HONOLULU STAR.BUI.LETIN, FIUDAY, SEPT. C, 1912. X ; ' 1 ' . , 1 . .'. I. ' . " .. , ... ... ... IMHAIJIf- - - - V - - EDITOR PERSONALITIES I: FRIDAY.;..... Jy.,.8EPTEMKKK fi, 1912, Camptjell, and Campbell anBweml him from the ; . . . ... , ., . ; J floor of the house. Now Campbell has lieen lVrc fmtftt be an eourteou to a man as to a ine- easily renominated. turc, irhteh we are irtlhiiy to tjire the benefit o When! the state machinery, which is Bull a good Emerson. .i.r Moose, seized the Kepuhlican ticket and put its electors, thereon, the Bull Moose leaders declared ! MISS " IVY At TOSTON and Mlsa 'Hazel Maxan are spend ills a few weeks at HaJeiwa HoteL N. JACOBS, a Sydney, X. S. W., bus inessman, is a traveler to the main land in. the Ventura, wiilch called here today THE USE WAY 'TO SETTLEIIENT St t morning Secretary Fisher's arrival, this forces to a climax Uiq tw& years of open-dissension between Hawaii's delegate, to Congress and Hawaii's governor, and points to a settle...

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. — 6 September 1912

HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, FRIDAY, SEITL 6, 1912. - 3 .5 i iff - p I "MUGGINS" DAVIES TALKS OF STAGE; GflOD ADVICE TO GIRLS Points 'Out Rocky Road the H "Stagte-Struck" Must ' Follow -'..vT :. ,-" The last time I met a young !ady whoss occupation Is entertaining ihe public, with a view to recording n?r vavhigf. and my impressions, was at a soda m atei fountain, and I considered this at ting good. lu tif.rc was a better one: a r-ssu-- ferial ..fresco with the white san,d an-1 the Mue Pacific Ocean lapping the shore at WaikikI, as the stage and the 'drop; the cottages occupied by thev Ferris Hartman company as the scenic efcts, and little "Muggins" Davies In the center of the stage, and bless her royal heart I hope never to hear of her playing anywhere else on the boards. . The occasion of my visit is here in this Interview. 4 . : Miss Davies met me with outstretch ed arms and greeted me as one glad to meet" a stranger, v ;:;".'.....,r V - "But you must excuse 1 ifiy. costume; It's so ve...

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. — 6 September 1912

HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, FRIDAY, SEPT. C, 1012.- ' r i . .. py ' riKamson !' . ... J !l . 7k- S -St ' . ' 1L JL1'V V :-'V. -Vi. .'A .:. - : ; - . m r" -s . ... .a .... iiii .-. v - " v. : : . . i' . '.' 'V. ; i m , . I ; X-: 'v- ; i $ I v - oes Within the last few day we have received over 4000 pairs of Children! Shoe. Thla large ; shipment com prises many styles In many leathers and amonfl tMm Jhe Broadwalk Button Boots These shoes are made tolglve comfort jad;eervTee to the little wearers. roftcrs ' T. i " - ' none 1182 W TVO. Box 623 4 ; MJJtcnAyr;STItEET : l" : ' . . -V''.' ' ; : Black Calf, Tan Calf, and . ... Wftife Aa6ac& flonoiolu -SloCK Exttiahge 4 Friday, September : C NAME OF STOClCijAsk Zoo Tan or Black Small sizes, 4 tot-'j . t. .V. .... . . ,$1-75 v Tan or Dlack Child's sizes, 8 to 11 - 2.00 1 Tan or Black Misses sizes, 114 to 2 ;'. .. , ... ..... 2.50 -White Nubuck Small sizes, A to 8 ............ -V.. 2.00,; White Nubuck Child's sizes, 8 to II 2.50 , '. White Kubu...

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. — 6 September 1912

HQXOLULIU ht r :.- 'mm "TT .-4. - i ., AJ J if Trrv liii n f -3 Amid. -A-V; V": "v: - i V: "3 y I i r : . , ? , " 'is .... I- : : .rp. TT ttd ,-rn tt : fjt a ttd Sincln'd uLln,. 1.01 (Continutd from Pa 1) , xnetliodg Mr. Flfher plunged Into his . tack as soon as i;e Jui settled, lis party at the hoteL They had 'break- ; fatted :vn tfc Chtyo-ilartt zsd:yrtn r conveyed from the r steamer direct to . the hotel-. ' Governor JPyeaxTv.whb tad . met the steamer off port and there greeted " the" secretary, ? accompanied him to his nbteL Delegate Kuhio's residence Is but a short distance from 'the. JIona, )and; Mr; Fisher asked1 'botli ,- parUet confer ' wlUi him Lt ,10: S3 o'clock. The conference lasted some ' ,: tlme.o t .v. - ) j--: v, tf ; J usV how the two sldeavwlll ( be, pre- sen ted has not been definitely given ' : out,: though it was- understood .today k " " that Attorney C. W. Ashford will repre : sent Kuhio in the submission of; the major portion of the tatter's charges and arcii...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 6 September 1912

8 .HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN,' FRIDAY, SEPT. C, 1912. T miss our 'BER DRY GOODS CLEARANCE SALE now in pmgire lite gredA WMS mom A -r. r. mow offered. v Come to$y v dots Every ar&fe teidremely low prices. store yw :'Yf - v - ' - -. t: t: :::::::::: r. a u :: M ! i i . Lull (ConlTnutd from rqt 1) ( f feeing a fijat part of the south ' rn continent- - lie has , travelled :nny thousand miles ' and' has: had -'3 cicrttinity of seeing the Aus t;u'..aa cn his natural heath. A keen ( ' crvcr, he -is crammed full of. im ; r c - i o n s of: the young Common vtlth.. But he Is still the diplomat, ; rcther cautious of voicilg them. "Yc .ce,'M he explained, "first im - cl .s are, dangerous. I want to LL t!.c. a inrressions develop. I r.j:t not hasten the process of crys tallization. I have - very many Im rcsslons of Australia,- ' : Mr. Eryce here . side-stepped . some cicstior.s about: Canada and Austra lia, and the development of the Com :: rnwealth. He would only say .that Cr.:;ada, like Austr...

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. — 6 September 1912

; Tnm S. P.r; -- V - Honolulan, Sept 10. 1 For S. P.i - Tenyo Mara, Sepuo. - From Yancovverr Makura, Sept 11. For YaseoftTert Zealandla, Sept 10. -;' Evening Bulletin, Est 1882. No. 5334. Hawaiian Star. rVoC-XX. No. 6375 14 I'Aniw. noxofjULu, TKKiriToisy pr Hawaii, 1'uin.vv, skpt. c, 1912. 14 pagii?. . price five ce:;t3 ! 3 J. J:U LL';-:UJlJ : ;:-'::U u ;X 7: 7 1 i r :- I u - 1 I f . . 1 i I 1 i I . i 1 I I I I . 1 V 1 - J v sy -. I- ( U 1 i I.- Pi ) 1 r II LliiiLyHIJy BRITISH AMBASSADOR DE CLINES TO DISCUSS CA- NAL POUTICS. VT greeting ana reception corded me by the people of Hone' .a has touched cie deeply." So sUted Right Honoratle ."Janes Bryce, ' who -.for a number cf years has served as " British Ambassador : Jlxtraordinary and -Minister - Plenipotentiary at ' Washington D. C. , : :.: Standing . v with bared head,, he proved ah Interested auditor to ; the . patriotic melody from the Royal Ha waiian band which played "God Save the King" as. the Oceanic liner Ven tura with the d...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 6 September 1912

r HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, FRIDAY, SEPT. 6, 1912. "i. i 4 it -i ILS OPTiMISllOffliCi mi i 'if IS' Vice President and General Manager t;8.: Samuels of the Oceanic Steam fehip line la a through passenger, in th e liner Ventura, that called at Hoim lulu today, completing the round trip . .to. the colonies has declared himself as i optimistic .at the' prospects of a . fcuccesa of the new? New Sydney Short Line" as inaugurated hy the Oceanlc."Mv n matter nf Vnrm imiiwill e company with jthe steamers' Sonoma mitted In view of ;tbe. fact: that.hia and Ventura. :0v v - . i traveling by this particular ship, was Mr. Samuels Is now completing the ! , necessity of the public, service. y . last leg of a; voyage that carried nlmj -Tne Chiyo Mani was an early, ar: to Sydney N..S. W. In the initial JtripfrJval and came, alongside ,AIakea. of the : Sonoma. At that time the Vftarf at jiine o'clock amL the strains Oceanic officials bore "correspondence ' trn the Royal Hawaiian band tha; that reached S...

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. — 6 September 1912

HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, FRIDAY, SEPT. C, 1912. PALAMA ORGANIZES TO GET MUCH NEEDED Pliih lc Pnrmorl Tn Ho Arlinn from Authorities Instead of Promises . 1'alatna Is to hare an. Improvement Club. At a ireeting held last night, action was begun to getl the. people ;' of that district organized and tc ' place an outline of the. various needs before . the municipal authorities. -" There were about fifteen men '..pres. ; cnt at the meeting and Harry Auld ' waa elected president and Spencer Bowen secretary. The meeting -. was addressed by Bertram von v Damm, , who spoke of certain conditions ex listing in ibe district that should .be attended to,; and by George Guild, ;V who helped along the Improvement' spirit. A committee with: Harry Auld as chairman and Spencer Botveu as r secretary, was appointed to go into ihe necessary details as to the var- " 1UI NOTES t Special Star-Bulletin Correspondence t WAILUKU, . September; 5. -Miss - Charlotte L. . Turned Is spending three weeks In Honolulu....

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