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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 8 July 1912

HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, MONDAY, JULY S, 1912. -J SUM j , With every foot of available cargo . rpace utilized, the Oceanic liner So noma, enroute from San Francisco to Pago Pago and Sydney, Initiating the , newly planned nineteen' day service J.-from the west coast- of the United States to the Australian common- wealth. Is an arrival at the port of Honolulu today. SERVICE CARRYING BIG CARGO , Bringing 41 cabin, and 2 steerage passengers for Honolulu and carry- log in transit a half hundred travel- ers destined for 'Australian ports and ..Pago Pago,, the liner was given a rousing welcome as she assumed her place at Oceanic dock shortly before f even-thirty 'this morning. rectors of the Chamber of Commerce, Captain J. H, Trask reported a fine Captain William Matson, a member of ' trip down from the California coast, the board, said: ". Purser McNulty, and Dr. Q. W. Clark, "Re refused the request of the pro ' two popular steamship men with Ho- testing committee because we oppose "-. nol...

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. — 8 July 1912

HONOLULU STAtt-BULLElIN, MONDAY, JULY S, 1012. N K K jh,t,r, N, n, r rY,r. rVfvvK 7L ' ' - f f i rf-i 1 1 H f f -- - DEBRETTEVILLE 1 DETECTIVES 4 K J V -c. ."1 V V V 1 Have You Seen Our Grand Stock mens m r V y (Continued from Pago 1) (Conttnuod from Fo 1) cer V. JR. Chilton, young de Brette ville, on his way to the Healani boat club, of which he was a member, was riding his bicycle on the left-hand side of the street as he went up. Dillon was coining toward him on the same n:, imrro ' ' v . side, which was the right side for Dil Bearing important documents and ' ' . ,, -.. correspondence, mailed at London. " V m . " PanaHn n-oa Ti fiot nna tn cnn TnW t m : . ' Hie. . v fuiie-i v" wujic t n-e-tTesiueni ana across the grounds of . the Royai school but disappeared into the dark ness and escaped, Meawwhile the neighbors who had given up the chase, sent for the police, who . ar rived some moments later. Captain Kellett and a squad of detectives searched the neighborhood but could find n...

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. — 8 July 1912

HONOLULU STARtBULLETIX, MONDAYJULY 8, 1012. i ' ' , - - - - mnoutltt 4 41 mmm which Is combined the HAWAIIAN? STAR, estab lished island the LTEN'LSG UULLETIN, establish es eilS&2; v .- - ' . 77 EMDEIt ASSOCIATED PRESS. ALLKX. ;i Editor , jW ISusim-ss dn$ - .- r- ' ices . j ;; t ess alakea street Manager BRANCH OFFICE . .... - MERCHANT STREET Telephone 2363. SriJSnurTIOKATES: .DAILY STAR-RULIETIN v , Per Month, anywhere in United States ...... Ter Quarter, anywhere in United States .... Per Tear, anywhere in United States ....... Per year, postpaid, foreign ...... ........... SEMI-WEEKLY STAR-BULLETIN. ...$ .1 a 2.00 8.00 12.00 i Per Six Months ... Per Year, anywhere in United States Per year, anywhere In Canada Per Year, postpaid, foreign . . . :..;...$ 1.00 2.00 3.00 4.00 lef ore adequate - aiI lias arrival, such driver xliall Ik subjected to heavy penalty.' v, Provisions like t Mvulms. have Ijeen d rafted i n to the ordinances ' - of -most, cities of the mainland, and have hel...

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. — 8 July 1912

HONOLULU STAU-D ULLETIX; MONDAY, JULY 8, 1912. ; -A. A. x 1 Sisi)p; J7C6mpany, BanEiers 81M.DAM0N ;V' (Established 18S8) A. W. T. BOTTOM LEY BALANCE SHEET A S AT JUNE 29, 1912 : Assets. Liabilities. t'ash . . . .............. 1 . 7 5 Capital n4 tiurplus '......Y.J 4ZAZ.3i I)Je fnm lizukx and Dank- . - Due to flanks and Bankers rr I DcK.sits ................. 6.124,307.99 Jond. stocks and Invest ments ..; 1,4 89.676.44 j Jan. DIscountjj and Over drafts 3.177.672.26 Real Estate and Bank Fur- . nitqre .................. 65.143.34 Other- Assets' 336.020.22 LEGAL NOTICES. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FIRST JUDICIAL- CIRCUITY TER. RITORY ' OF HAWAII, ' HOLDING TERMS IN THE CITY AND COUN TY OF HONOLULU. - J7.072.632.05 17,073.632.05 Itonolulu, T. II. June 29. 1912. ; Y Y I Allen W. T. Bottomley, do sole mnly swear that thi foregoing Balance tfheet represents a true and correct sta tement of the affairs of the Banking lloune or UHhop'-& Co. as at June 29. 1912, to the best of my knowledg...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
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Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 8 July 1912

nOXOLDLU STAR-BULLETIX, JIOXDAY, JULY P, 1912.. 1U n u ST, THe "AUTO" LAST Kid, Gun Metal and Patent - - - $6.50 and 07.00 BabyA i bodybuilder 'A r : f ought to get all the air that is possible; many times Kbit's inconvenient to take him; more in convenient v to leave him at home. No need for leaving him at home now. Own a - 'OFJf .O-GAET'OR; - OE.BnnGsErEfiBY'CflnniftGE' and tcko baby in comfort arid without trouble- wherever you go. .We are ex "elusive tepreccntdtives, in this sec tion, for the genuine and best, at prices from & V "f AV to; Coyne. Furniture Co.Ltd Young Bldg. ; V 7 ; I ' XJcented tinder F.&L. f stents .''' vA ; j.iiici.H., (I AliinBFW HESSEKGER COY PARCEL DELIVERY . PHONE 1861 A We khftw everybody and understand the business. ' L 1 1 ii:t:w: :! Win v. z to, WORLD'S NEWS COliSED SPECIAL MAIL SERVICE TO STAR-BULLETIN Home and Foreign Dispatches Giving World's News "i- :-J.V,;:' at a Glance, V LATEST NEWS BULLETIN (en orisrfnailnsr on .the day the ": steamer ...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 8 July 1912

I::. HONOLULU STAU-BDLLETINj MOXDAT, .JULY 8, 1912. c V, r V i A 1 THE CATHOLIC LADIES AID SOCIETY SHORT OF FUNDS, WITH MUCH WORK More than twenty-seven years ago a little group of Catholic women and girls banded ' themselves Into a soci ety to help the poor -white women who were unable to help themselves, tl.ro being at that time very few llawaiians who needed .such aid as those women were able to give. There were times when some that were most In need of pecuniary as sistance were so sensitive about their lack of funds that the ladles would c all ii jon them and leave money in some odd corner so that the poor one mlcht find It and yet not be com lulled to give audible thanks; this was particularly the case with some old Hawaiian women. From its very infancy the work of the Catholic Ladles' Aid Societyhas not only been to give help, but to teach others to help themselves. To day there are many women and. girls who are, holding positions that have 'been found' for them by the societ...

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

noxoLULn stakbullktin, moxday, july s, 1012. 0 f -mm I ; n : : ! m m m mm f t- m m f . . A . m iicnQ wccu'S vQcn in a row i.iwimuj uu j ..KID CoSbgg ogi? Clean Comp act Why continue to fut ith un tightly, ungainly clothes lines and poles when you can prt this, neat, compact, convenient II ill Dryer. Instead of being rpread all over the yard and supported by numerous 5o!es, every inch of tvery line on the lill Dryer is within tay reach- o yoa can hang the whole wash with- rrr.t tiov-inira Ktrn. trithmit havinsrtO drag the heavy basket up and , . down the yard through snow or J? aaxnp grass. paciouG Convenient : Set up a Hill Dryer in a convenient spot near the house and see how many steps, now much time, work and bother it saves. Once use it and no one could ever coax yoa back to the old fashioned clothesline method. Hill Dryers are made in several sizes and st y les for lawn, balcony and roof. Hold 100 to 150 feet of fine revolve so line comes to you taken apart, toiaea cp ana Pl :"...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 8 July 1912

MGI AD LLE1 r i t YACHTSLiEPI OFF ALAN O'BRIEN ONE OF THE SPEEDIEST WHEELMEN IN CITY nnnnnnsn n n n n n n n n :: Hard At It SPORTirJG EDITCH SAYS, SEME. AGGDT AS FGLLGVu: j BY LAURENCE REDIflGTOfJ. . . .-. SPORTS INS MM ASAHI JllORS LEAD THEIR .LEAGUE Polo Teams Til 1 HID VOYAGE i Visiting Tars the Guests of Lo cal on Auto Trip Around Oahu Today N. Piloted by members of the Hawaii Vonl,( fMnl V. m.-lotllnr torn U'tlO "came hero in il'e l;ti-I ;j'.ifi( rc,j smted "on a dry-land voyage of Oahu - .U 9 u'clook 'lltlr ninn'u ibi iiv Jfft the. Young .hotel at 9 -o'clock, finite a processor, of . automoi.n be ing required to take visitors and loc als. ' The trip will be made via Schofleld Bararcks and Hileiwa, with lanch at the latter place. Stops will be made -fit one of the plantations on ibe way, and the mysteries of dividends in the raw explained to the Coasters. Althought the regatta committee Las had no official reply to the 'cir cular letter issued some days ago rel ative to the HIl...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 8 July 1912

10 HONOLULU STATl-BULLEllN, MONDAY, JULY S, 1912. (I PASSEXGERS BOOKED D. , tcpsV. 3 Mp Co BUS FOR SAN FRANCISCO 8. 8. Sierra.,.. ............. ,.;ju(y 27 8. 8. Sonoma. . .i ...'...;! . ,'. Auguit 9 8. S. Sierra..... August 24 S. 8. Sonoma........:... September 6 C. Brewer & Co., Ltd., 5 Pacific Mail Steamship Co.; Steamers uf the above company .will call . at Honolulu ana leave this port on or about the dates mentioned below: FOR THE OR! EXT. FOB SA FRANCISCO, 8. 8. Persia. ..July 27 S. S. Korea July 9 8.6. Korea................ .August 1 S. S. Siberia.... ........... ...July 23 8. S. Siberia ... .....August 16 S. S. China...... .'...'.July 30 . For general Information apply to fL Hackfeld & TOYO KISEN KAISHA Steamers ot the above Company will about the dates mentioned below: FOR THE ORIENT. 8. 8. Nippon Maru............Jyly 12 " 8. 8. Tenyo Maru..., .........July 18 8. S. Shinyo Maru,. .... ..'August , 8. 8. Chryo Maru...... .September 6 'Calls at Manila, omitting call at ...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 8 July 1912

HONOLULU STAIt-BUTXETIX, MONDAY, JULY 8, 1912. r- WANTS WaNTS If NT A 'OX' TO LET. WANTED. More soda water drinkers. Better to suffer from stomach ache than D.Ts. Nothing but good effects from drink lng our Root Beer or Pineapple. Hon. Soda Water Co., 24 A N. Beretanla. C. E. Frisher, mgr. 4941-tf Experienced man for general work on pint-apple plantation, handling horses, etc.. Good opportunity for good man. Telephone 1735. - . 6281-lt Good 2-horse team. UOQ or 1200-lb., or strong mule team, for general plan tation work. Telephone 1735. ' 6281-lt Young man stenographer. State ex , perienoe and salary expected. Ad- dress P. O. Box 623. 5281-2t A mmmim wmmmm wmmm mm Position by Japanese as chauffeur. Two . years' experience. Telephone 2839. Ask for Inoue. V 6265-lm Position by Japanese' chauffeur. Ref erences. Nagai, Tel. 2471. : 6270-lm SITUATION WANTED. Experienced teacher wishes position as teacher, to a deaf mute child. Miss Sara McBrWe, 424 Beretanla St , 6272-6t HELP WANTED. You...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 8 July 1912

HONOLULU STAK-BTTLLBT IX, MOXDAY, .TTTLY S, 1012. ' : ' fc0 -Geary Street, above Union Square European Plan $l.CO a day up "American Plan $3.00 a day up New Eteel and.brick structure. Every comfort and convenience. 'A high class hotel at very moderate rates. In the center of theatre and retail district. On car lines trans ferring to all parts of city. Electric omnibus meets all trains and steamers. Hotel Stewart recognized ' as Hawaiian Island Headquarter. Cable Address Tra wets" ABC code. J Jl. Love.HonoluJu representative. Hotel Potter, Santa Barbara . D.0TBGPJP SMI FOMiCISCO 17 Pm!l Street at Market Ct:r!forci Concrete Bufldtao. 225 Rooms. 21 first etiu eating houses within t ttock. ' Fateit t.H.SO to $4.03 per day. F. L I W. Turpi. Props. AMflr. Iho Colonial ha the patronage of tha people who know what a good hotel should be from point of cuisine and ser vice. ' LIISS JOHNSON, Emma SU Above Vineyard GO TO HALEIWA for all long' as you like. You will find the comforts "of a home, ...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 9 July 1912

. ...... . - '. 1 ' - . t '-7 From S. F.: Nippon Maru, Jul.12. For S. F.j Lurlinc, July 9. ..From Vancouver: Zealandia, July 17. For Vancouver: Marajiia, July 1C. Hawaiian Star, Vol. XX.', Xo. G324, Evening Bulletin. Est. 182. No. 5283. "Two Ballots for the Roosevelt Forces were for Good of Hawaii" . -For th? good of Hawaii," Is the ?uccinct explanation of the - Hawaiian delegation's two votes with the'Roose velt forces at the Chicago convention, given by f!overnor Jtear, spokesman for the delegation, who arrived home tlds morning on the Wilh'lmina. ' , 1 "For four d.lys we had been gettingj In close touch with the situation, when that vote on UcGovern, for chairman I came up. We were not Instructed by the Taft forces" and took the responsi bility of the action on our own'shoul- - dera. ' ' V . ' "Hut there were conditions prevallina at that time that. In many ways. Ha - . wallan , people do not realize existed- , We found that our ballot would not swing the tide either way, knew it...

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Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 9 July 1912

HONOLULU STAR-BULLET IX, TUESDAY, JULY 0, 1012. i .. .'i. Sill ppB v DUST MERRY PARTY GATHER AT TIDESSUN AND MOON Dt vILHELMIl festiveboard Eschewine affairs nf state, smi Sidestepping national or local politics, rpDovernor; Walter F. Frear, of the Ter ritory of Hawaii, proved an interest eu 'attendant as well as participant at a ;dlnner given on board the good ship " :VIIhelmina, as that gallant liner neared the port of Honolulu last evening. Seated at the tables Jn the pretty Irom the Pacific Coast run Vs months a?o, after many rumors as to what tervice they would be placed In. It was said that they had been bought by the Turkish government as trans ports in the naval service. Both ves bcls were intended when launched for the- Dutch Itoyal Mail service to the Kast Indies. In their day, the com I anion steamers made several fast July io ... li li 13 . ii he c am H .4W p.ni izza 1.24, 2-M 2 9 14 20 2.2 p.mJa m. 4.23 3.K 2.4 2.4 10.04 av.in. 0.24 2.3i 4.1i 4.SW s 5H p.m. C2S 7.56 6.4...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
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Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 9 July 1912

HONOLULU STAR-B ULLE1 1 N, TUESDAY, JULY 9, 1912. iff Mjifri Mnvy) vU.TO for Infante and Children. Save the Babies. 350 HOWOLULABIS LEAVE TODAY FOR EVANGELICAL CONFERENCE Chartered Steamer to Convey Local delegates to Lihue.The Program for Session Given in Detail One of the Host Enthusiastic Gatherings in History of Organization. Three hundred and fifty members We can hardly realfct i , " " " au&c,lv-" AS3''1t uuu auu lueir intnus win aiiena uie IIWAXT MORTALITY is something- frightful. 1 that of all the children bora in civilized countries, tyenty-two per cent., or nearly one-quarter, die before they reach one year; thirty-seven per cent., or more than one-third, before they are five, and one-half before they are fifteen I We do not hesitate to say that a timely use of Castoria would save a majority of these precious lives. Neither do w e hesitate to say that many of these infantile deaths are occasioned by the use of narcotic preparations. Drops, tinctures and soothing syrups ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 9 July 1912

HONOLULU ST ABBULLETl UESaVY; 1 4 In which is combined the W'il ji.V "STAR, estab lished 1893. and the EVE I K(Jt BULLET! K. establish- cd 18S2. !. . MEMBER ASSOCIATKD PRESS. HI LEY II. ALLEX. .... . . . .; Editor WALLACE K; FAHKIX(nN;. :i ..... . . . . . .... ..... ... . ... , . . IJusiness Manager MAIN OFFICES BRANCH OFFICE .............. 1039 ALAKEA STREET TlnhoiC3 ,2185 2256 . I . . . . . . . ,X MERCHANT STREET Telephone 23C5. '"""ttry r SrilSCKIITIOX KATES: ti'JC DAILY STAR-BULLETIN Per Month, anywhere In United States . . . Per Quarter, anywhere In United States . Per Year anywhere In United States .... Per year, postpaid, foreigtf.V.-. ........ 1 - .75 2.00 8.00 12.00 . . SEM I-WEEKLY STAR-BULLETIN . -Per Six Months ..... .. . )x f . . . ...... . . $ 1.00 Per Year, anywhere in United States ...... ... 2.0C Per Year, anywhere in Canada-.. .. .............. 3.00 Per Year, postpaid, foreign ... .. .. 4.00 TUESDAY JULY ,9, ,1912 We arc in Much a .hurry thai ' ire no longer have' ...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 9 July 1912

HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, -TUESDAY, JULY 9, 1012. . . .1 . , - r ti N. r. fs. A. rV. A. N: rV V A. N k . v, ts -rVrVr r. AMUSEMENTS. AMU3C7.IENT3 TOM 1J0U THEAT22 I "Li m THE TOM. J q Have You Seen : 7a. Y.V.C. A. DOING FINE : FOR YOUNG V0MAWH00D OF CITY Need for New Building Presses as Present Scope ! 'Develops The Young Woman's Christian Ag h(' iation Is an International institu tion broad In its work and iremin3 cu3 in its Influence. It is at once the helpmeet , and the vine to which i he sttange girl in .any commriiity in which there may be a Y.-W. C. A, may cling. In many of the large cit ies great buildings are occupied by the Association and girls looking for employment can find a home with its Christian 'atmosphere to sustain them until they secure a permanent pUcc for work and a home. In Ix8 Angeles, as much as In anv widow occupied a Lcautilui Lome in Aiauoa Valley. Wnen tue nteus u the V; W. c A. were mauc knon the (J&stle kstata dffKlP.l fn tiie L Ule38 of la e associa...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 9 July 1912

HONOLULU STAK BULLE' IX, TUESDAY, JULY 9, 1912, ' r-1 ' ' r - r ' J . The "AUTO" LAST Patent - - - Mclnepny mm ojuo m dn opjs iqBu sj 1! ' ' ORt-FaEifie Transfer Go, Limited si .ojnjiujnj jnoA uoijm rn TT DUREAU CHIEF IMIiSOl Rear Admiral H. R. Stanford, chief of the Bureau of Yards and' Docks,: and as such. the head of all work at1. Tearl Harbor, will sail ' from San Francisco July. for this city, where he -will remain for two weeks. Word to, this effect has just been received by. Civil Engineer Gaylcr, in charge of Pearl Harbor work. In a personal letter from the bureau chief. During bis stay here Admiral Stan ford will make a thorough Investiga tion of conditions, at Uncle Sam's mid-Pacific naval base, and will in spect all work completed or in course of construction. Navy men here be lieve that the visit will be of immense advantage to Hawaii,, as It will show existing conditions and needs as no amount -of written report could show them. 'A. careful measurement of the rain fall ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 9 July 1912

nOXOLULU STAR BULLETIN, TUESDAY, JULY 9;i912. A! f 'A V C DEMOCRATIC PLATFORM IS . ' ' Most of the Old-Time Planks tl n ' anu Many New ones in Document (Continued from Page 1) conventlon tonight without a di.nt r irK vote. It h radical enough o suit the most exacting. The. document is the result of. forty l6ht hours of work by a committee. It Is alnjost entirely new, although the r commendations of New York wer. followed In many particulars. From flrt to lat the resolution com -'tnittee deliberations were characterized by the utmost harnwny. The unani mous demand wax for pninounced dec larations in favr of progreive poll- cies all alone the line, and the only clilTerexKeH arose over the best method of exDressine this tenUencv The result j is a platform of generally advanced views, although many;, of them are less radical than th party declarations of other yeiirs. , . The document covers every matter of Importance which has been the subject of purty discu&slon In four years.v No...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 9 July 1912

8 HONOLULU STAK BULLETIX, TUESDAY, JULY 9, 1912. XTe hare len In btiflness in this town I iij v ana we are looking to build up trade by ala advising our - .E5J.n w fH you that we hav i. -7-:n sterna remedy and that we 7"tu uacn oi ji wiui the manufacturer iron clad jruaran tee. backed by oumoire you can depend upon It that we clve Our ,n ordr to a 'w bottle or medicine to akin sufferfr!, but be cause we know how It will help our buglnes If we help our patrons. . We keep in stock and ell, all the well known ekin remedies. But we will say iilV m Ly0u Ar uf.trlng . from any Kind or Mn trouble, eczema, psoriasis. 1 ?,.' ?I.otter,w? want rou to try a full 1Z ",' ,ot u u Prescription. am, if jt doe not do the work, this BENSON, SMITH & CO.; LTD. C0KS11 DECIDE FATE If Democratic Party Should if win in Novemoer, rree bu gar May Resuft (Fpecial Corn flpondnr, Star-BulU'tin. VasHINGTON 1) C lune 28 V.. u. .!urj' ix June s. is believed that when jciagress gets down to work aeain on luly I ...

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

HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, TUESDAY, JULY 9, 1912. .STAR-BULL X i YACHTSMEN WILLI ; DON'T-ASK TOE- SMIiG 0 BE PRICE'S 7 77 NEVEf? HA?tiAV ANOTNtfl HIT THC TE1S f OON'fN CARE IF I I GET I QUESTS Oil . M I X - m Old-Time Luau Will Give Visit ing Tars Some Experiences to Tell About Later That the Hawaii and Lurline will race to Hilo within the next few days -is practically a.certanlty. There is a lot of, goodnaturad rivalry between Captain Lew Harris, ski pper of the victorious San Diego, schooner, and George Crozier, 4who will sail the local . yacht, and whether any other, boats enter. or not, these two will try con clusions over the 2.10 mile beat. Cap tain" Han-is has considerable real money that says the Lurline can turn the same trick she did four years ago, and baeters for the local boat are not lacking. . Even money prevails and the race win be sailed purely on merits, no handicaps being conceded. . Tonight , Prince Cupid will be the host at an old-time luau, given at his .jkikl hom...

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