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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 7 September 1912

10 HONOLULU - STAR-BULLETIN," SATURDAY, SEPT. 7. 1915L " ill j L. GMldrents Shoes Within the lat few day we have received over 4000 pairs of ChUdren'iShees. Thia. large shipment, com prise many styles In many leathers and among them the Broadwalk Button Boots 'vThese shoes are made to give comfort and service to the little wearers.--'"-; v- v .;'.. v Nv;-; MISVlISiiliiESTLiS Tan or Black Small Blzes 4 to 8 . Tan or Black Chlip's sizes, 8 to 11 ...... .Tan or .Blackr-MIstes1 sites,; 11 to 2 White Nubuck Smsll sizes, 4 to 8 . White Nubuck Chi id's sizes, 8': to 11 v.. . White Nubuck MiMes" sizes, 11 to 2 V.. FAIL Youths Will Be Divided Into Groups Employment Bureau and Gardening Project Arricrm New Features VhichJ Will fie Introduced . ' 0 The boys' work committee of the Y. ed forward in the boys' department as j M. C. A. met at 4 o'clock Thursday a special hobby is the farm project and discussed the plans' for the com-:Plarisarele!hg made to Txave gardens Ing year's work. The committ...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 7 September 1912

MJS COMPLETED FIRSTBMIffi TO BE ERECTED ON WORLD'S FAIR Efflll n n t: a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a lif i .i- 1: ! J j : ;; 'yn l. -.-- . - .... mi: 2 1 , L ULL . ' - - - .... i hhll HE BUILDIISG WHICH WILL BE FIRST, SJHrCTUHE ERECJED OV PA N A3IA-PA O FIC . EXPO. SITE. attaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa'aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa OA iUViOIfeCU, AUg.; 31. Plants J the SOUth Wln. trt thp Rn?inprinr I whprna 'hfnro a mH hnnt Mechanical, Electrical and Civil En- i have been necessary to cover" the dlsv eineerincr r)nartrnnta - ' i tonA . : . ; .-tr' I tWUVVl for the ServfaT BulTdlnc: "the " first , structure lo be erected ,on the ,Pa- ; pama-Paclfic International Exposition ' S1IO ftt Hflrhnr Vipnr hova haan nnm. . , - v mw f MM W jkM - WW kll pjeiea,ana wumn the next week ad vertisements fiwill be nlatarf fnr hida for, the construction , of fth is important v: edifioe.' : -v . ':; : ? ; , This structure will be three stories .In ' height and cost In the n...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 7 September 1912

13 DOXOLTJUJ STAn-BULtETlNV S.VTURIAY, SEPT. 7, 1912. Mrs. Holloway's home, where they, too, enjoyed a swim and light refresh ments. The party was chaperoned by Mrs. Carl Holloway, Mrs. Andrew Ful ler, Mrs. George R. Carter and Mrs. John Gait. The guests included Miss Phoebe Carter, Miss Elisabeth Carter. Miss Thelma Murphy, Miss Elizabeth Low, Miss' Carol Low, Miss .Pauline Schaefer, Miss Eloise Wichman. Miss Margaret Center and Miss Maye Biven. : i i fit m -' Kf.-- m "WC mm u . . IPa fk NE of the large Affairs of the week (I J was tlie reception given by Mr. U f and Mrs. Arthur b. Ingalla at . their home In Kaimuki, Thurs day afternoon, for Miss Ann Klumpke, who arrived here in. the WJlheimina last Tuesday. ; Miss Klumpke is well known both In America and Id Europe because of the many portrait, she has j painted and for her close association j with R6sa Bonhuer. ."A Mrs. Ingall home was prettily; defc-1 orated with red ixoras and ferns, arid Informality reigned throughout the af- ...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 7 September 1912

1 I'll, . i HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, 6ATUEEXY, SEPT. 7, 1912. 13 in Europe from this country, are mak ing a brief stay at the Hotel Atlantic at Hamburg, before going to Denmark v.. 1- :; j foi the remainder of the summer. . . ... - 1 "J 1,1 1 i V f art-. i .. ' 1 .. ,. ; ... ...V .. . .. Mis Carter Honored.. ' Miss Elizabeth Carter, who has ben spending the summer with her par ent. M r and M rs. George R. Carter, was the jfueat ,of honor at a most en . joyable ; dance" at the Country Club i on Thursday evening, given by Mrs. E. Faxon- Bishop. The guests danced until a late hour, when delightful re freshments were served. Those pres ent included Miss Elizabeth : Carter, Miss Leila Titus, Miss Edna Smith. ' Miss Violet Atherton. Miss Laura Ath erton. Miss Hester Pratt, Miss Hilda ": von Holt, Miss Hth Soper. Miss Paul ine Schaefer, Miss : Myrtle ' Schuman, f t Miss Dorothy Wood, Miss Daphne Da mon, Miss Maye Biven, Miss Juliette Atwater, Miss Dora Atwater, Miss Mar- , Jorie Gllman, Mis...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 7 September 1912

,i i, '"i ' iV '(ill I Si - 14 HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, SATURDAY, SEPT. 7, 1912. t. Jx.r:-:ymjy 'C rr a a ::v:ffrr?- - ..iA.A me ". -;i V' -i' : o-i. , - i 1 ' 77 :'"' -' if' ' v v 1)7 V ; ! i: ; mc- J7 fiYr I Mi: i, 7 n T.r - tt r- J. A m A? A 15 S AiAi AiAiA rfl iAiA A,. Aj A A i A i A Ai Af A'tA 0' - 6 Tile UEildokeir - The Privileges of Citizenship nniu nrn Eil ll II V LM Si I UULUL1 6 IIL1I I .01 .1U 1 ' -'it r HHIHH.HMHH mm mm m 1 . UilliUU Ull ? " - -:-'- .7.1 . ' . . ,V 1 J. '.; I f i t- i-i j. m. v see that you'ri? rot the fevcrr calico tails. So : there : is another and that if .you should dare to leave I little Junket for somebody. ? : Wonder the" Island vou'd come sneaVIns: lack ! who It will be. ,': '.. . r."' . . , 1n no time. You've 'got about as much lisa for any other; part of the world to Jive ..In, -enow that you have tried : 1 lotiolulu, as I hare for. a twin baby.; - carriage. ( Say, but? laying all Joklns v aside what do you think of the third : party. ' 'f hey ...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 7 September 1912

test, but buyers show ; little interest t I u them. tqr;i the?, reason t doat the1 Annw I tCTnw laoo anil laaa tf nf( .1 graaea of reUed. UWh is the teiin era principal product of Philippine i A SUGAR INDUSfRY -:r" - :-7 SIX n ra-Aius - . T SIS I DIVIDiDSi ; a-' v.!i.0FJBUADEL0URE "J f. 1 i - y fo r In fa ntc a , Qli 1 1 cl ron , i: Fhyoiciano Prescribe CcGCoria A6TOHIA has suet with pronounced favor en the part of physician rViarmriyiifvi1 on1 rnjvfiv1 ftiithnrif Iml' Tt ntiil k ntuniratna with results roost gratifying.' ' TJie extended use of OwtoriaiaunquesUonabJjr the result of thwfactsi lit, The indisputable evidence that it is barmlessj 26 That it aot only allay, stomach pain. and quiet, the nerves, but assimilates the food ; 3rd, It is an agreeable and Jerfect substitute for c safe. It does not contain imy opium, morphine, or other parcotic and does jnot ftupefy. ' It is unlike .Boothingj Syrups, Batemao'a Drops, Godfrey's Cordial, etc. This is a rood ileal for a, medical jou...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 7 September 1912

1G HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, SATURDAY, SEPT. T, 1912. I FOR RENT FURNISHED House on .Green St.; V; Two Bedrooms v.; $45 per month House on Kewalo Stf, Three Bedrooms v $75 per month. Bishop Trust 124 BETHEL 8TREET C. ACHI, ATTORNEY AT LAW Kaplolanl Building Honolulu. - .' -' - ' : ' -'"V ? ' '.- . P. O. Bex CSS E. G. Duicenbergj STOCKS v v i B O N,DS : : isurance; j real estate i LOANS NEGOTIATED 76 j::rcrv!;t E(., . : Ft:;5 3013' J. H0U1DERG , : : ARCHITECT. . . f Citimatei Furnished on Building!.- ' ' Ratci ; Reasonable. "; ; 'Vs ' i:a Hotel ,EL. Oregon BMg. Tel. IZtt DRINK .'"ay's: Old Kona Coffee LUST.' IN THE MARKET ENR.Y. M AY Phcr.s 1271 u c a - THE Crdssrc::!3 DcolLshop, . ' -. ' 1.1 r! I: i .: V- rjr org o ' . . ' ' , C rc n C. Lyon Co, Ltd. ' ANDCH YOUNG GUI'.DINQ "HverytSlng in Caekt"; . ...M.C- LLwv Q .'. CANDIES li.e Most regular Cand'es Made . en the Coast - - ICNOLULU ORUQ CO, -LTD. "' Tcrt CL Tetf-hcno Ghcs: Tly Frazicr 7';V' Company ' nc-vIS71 13 Kiet Ct Fire Insuranc...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 7 September 1912

17 WBMm Mm TBEIR INTERES Local Chat: Hqme and Fashion Hints : Religious and Other Activities': Things Feminine WIVES OF DEMOCRATIC POLITICIANS PROMINENTt DURING THE CAMPAIGN THIS FALL CLUB WORK HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, SATURDAY, SEPT. 7, 1912. A TS 8AYST0M DO KOT CHANGE GraUZARD i v A IW ESSENTIALS ... There are no old-fashioned women, human nature does not change. Only things like manners and modes and hats and wraps are subject to style. Milliners can banish the stringed bon net and Introduce yard-wide Gainsbor ough; beluff and beruff a- market basket, and over night' exalt it -into rogue; furniture makers, as the fancy seizes them, can order bandy-legged what-nots into exile, send gold freckled cabinets into oblivion, and turn half the homes of the land .into arts-and-crafts studios. yy- .-;-' r " ' .' . .Wonderful personages In Rue de la Palx salons ' may, at the urge' of . a whim, shift the trimming of a skirt . from hem to waistband, tighten sleeves, discountenance fabrics "whi...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 7 September 1912

18 HONOLULU S'TAR-BULLETIN, SATURDAY; SEPT. 7, 1912. U.i O. T7- 1 11 u- . !4 . - K .' -,-4;. -V. f . i; J r r I' mm POLMito . . r a ri r f m w vm ': .. I F ML KIWI I mm The von Hamm-Young Co. received by the S. S. Wilhelmlna this week two Packard Sixes, one 1913 Overland touring car and one Kissel Kar police patrol. - . . v ; The patrof wagon, la .one of the f in est municipal , wagons In use anywhere on the mainland, and has caused . a great deal of. most favorable, comment among' local people and city -officials. This car is a very, handsome creation and is not only very useful but some thing of which Honolulu 'may be Justly proud. Most municipal wagons of this type are built high and ' un B'ghUy but the Kissel ; Kar has done Itself proud in turning out a long, low and beautiful car. The car rides ex ceedingly easy, and is one of the sim plest to operate which could be se lected. This car is scheduled to seat fifteen people and make & speed of thirty miles an hour. The engine ...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 7 September 1912

Corner Merchant and Alaliea St3 BflSTISSi CRITIC SEES cina I PLAN .BREAK-UP :0F.P1:. S-f 0R;:WAI11S Thinks Great Debt Will Prove Disastrous ' Soon . "Is It realized In England that e movement is on foot, started by great financial syndicates; backed by our own Foreign Office among other which, If It. Is not checked; must as suredly bring about the break-up c China?" says a. writer In the Londo. Times. "When the Chinese revolr tlon began and the country lapsed intf anarchy, tax collecting fell, into par tial abeyance. The need for financial aid from outside soon because appar ent Small -loans were talked of a first, and a little money was advanced Then, came a project for a loan o' 42,000.000, afterward increased tc 60,000,000.- Within the last few dayf thfi loan -DroDOsals nave swelled ic 200,000,000: but I believe the scheme J which will be supmittea ip me - puotic 111 cun AAA AAA f nnra anA annth. WMI: UC WU,UVV,VVV - vuvv .M-v er 200,000,000 after a very brief in-j tervaL - . - "...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 7 September 1912

20 nOXOLULO STAn-DULLETIX, SATURDAY, SEPT. 7, 1012. For L AND HONOLULU HAVAirS ROAD TO COfBIE POINTED OUT BY E.E.PAXTOW, PANAMA CANA SUM a a p a a a a a u n u n n n ' 4" V ' ' and J!(( Jl. 4 JtA M SU See Alakea Street This Port the Logical Focus.of Trade from All Oyer-the -World He Says Br ELMER 'E. PAXTOX Chairman Chamber of Commerce Committee on Harbors, Shipping and Transportation. (In Hawaii edition of S. F. Call.) V. 5A XtA KA JUA jUA JUA JU kki XX A XA jUA ViX bA ASA XkA XA AJAXAJUAAA4AfctS. D a i-s D a UNUSUAL OFFERINGS, THESE ; ' The real estate market It active; prices show an ; upward tendency, because good property is being rapidly bought up by investors. We are offering the following; : . V ' UNIMPROVED FOR SALE r'J-"i Wl Jv.U 6-10 acre, Tantalus, ......... . .. . .. ...,:. ....... .. . . J. . .$2000 1.25 acres, Judd Street ,........ 5000 1.79 acres, Nuuanu Street ..... . . . . . . ; .V; 6500 r fj IMPROVED ' ;v;:;V-;;'--'wV ;.''..,. -'--'T1 15,000 square feet, Klnau Stre...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 7 September 1912

21 RATS and ICE J e.!Q:fV;e HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, SATURDAY, SEPT. 7, 1912. blasonicTempl Hop A r V. r- Veehly Calendar -. - ,;v'.'N?..-. . i ,' ' . . M ON DAYr. - TUE8DAYi;r- WEDNESDAYS v j Vy; THURSPAYi V - RIDAYiU-jV----: SATURDAY! ":;i';"- v . .-.;"-, - ' . .V.v'.--. v All visiting members of the . order are cordially 'invited to at tend meetings of local lodges. :! .' . HOXOLULU, LODGE, ,616, B.;P. 0. E, i,s. . v ' Honolulu Lodge wp. f eie V ? & P. 0.' nks,:meets 1 VUiT IMUJ, ' UU ,atui Oka ' 4 . ' ill V 5 , . A - to TViS CIC1 'f liuft; eri are cordially :inTiteJ a attend. ' : ' '' ' Meet on tire , " . . 9tll mrA Ati uu nuu iui ) ' Mondays. of '" ' ; atKP. tall ,y LA c t... . i.jU!m , i ; Members of 7 . : ciaUons are corciiiiy WYited to attend. v . -, Wll L-cKKLtr LODGE, 50. 8. ,. Ak lit 1. ?r::ts crerj 2nd and 4th Cater. CiT srenins at 7:SD o'clock in aw n 4-. t iiftiv cor. ton ana vismn; brptntrs eerily Izxliti to attend. a. r. cr:RT2tc. a : . r. r. iau:r:Y. il it.; a. '...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 7 September 1912

nONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN SATUKDAY-SEPT. 7, 1,912 . 1 --rr.. . . . . v . j : I ' l ' - V . i 1 J; r , . . , .... ...,.. .. - .... ry '!v:.w:-; a :-a:a.a. ) a- -v 0 I ,, j, w V - v-;:v. '" r -. . ....... , .. ........ L. , .,...-,,..,..,. .,;.. ..- .... 0 --.,..; ,.- , ; ,- .. . -, . I : : ' ' " c 1 - : . 1 - -kfllr.ni . T . . t " - r ; . . bl IM . Kni I I ' . I 1 M II I M I V BC I 1 I I T. 1 -f!' .!'.. r I mm ln Fl I I .1 I I I I1IP ' . I . FA IIIILI Ulflll niiuuii .a . (( WANTED ; We've pot 'cm. Not the D; T.'s, but , the Boda water drinkers we were af ter. We've had to put la another bot . tling" table. ' Honolulu Soda Water Co., 34A N. Beretania. Chas. E. Frabcr. ragr.;. Phone 3022. f -:i.y. -:.-;494Ut ' ' Any perfton Tnu?tcally inclined to. de- j . clop that talent by taking lesions ' 'from Ernest . K. KaaL Young J Kid.; TeL 287. " k-6:02-3ra j Small furnished house, , In desirable r neighborhood, by couple ' Without children. "243." care Star-Bulletin. At Moana Hotel, several brig...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 7 September 1912

"rt. HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, SATURDAY, SEPT. 7, 1012; DiiiSIiiil MOVEIIEIITS HAIL steaiiehc feaok SteaRcMp .Co. EatablUhad In 1S5S ; ft" WANTS 1.- r k . . FOR 8AN FRANCISCO 8. 8; Ventura. .'. . . r Sept 6 8. 8. Sierra . . . Sept 21 S. 8. Sonoma ; i ......... Oct. 4 C Brewer & Co., Ltd., Pacific Mail Steamers oT the above company will call at Honolulu and leave this . port n or about the dates mentioned below: ' y:''- '. tun inb umcn i 8. S. Nile. ...... .......Sept 13 6. 8. Mongolia......... Sept 20 8. 8. Perala.. Oct 12 For 'general Information; apply to H. Haolifold 5 Co., gteamers of the above Company . or aboutthe date mentlohed below; FOR THE 'ORIENT i 8. 8.'Chiyd Mini., '.i-i Sept 6 8. 8, Nippon Mru....v.8ept27 8. & Tenyb Maru . . . . . .."J.Oct 3 . Calla at lanlla, omitting call at ' CASTLE 6 C 00 K Ef LI !.tl ; - -HLi (12a tson Nffati Direct Service Between San Francisco and Honc!u!a ;g FROM 8AN FRANCISCO 8. 8. Hcnclulan. ...... .Sept 10 S. 8 Lurllne...,. Sept 25 S, ...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 7 September 1912

24 HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, .SATURDAY, SEPT. 7, 1912. OLIVER CURWOOD, Author of Th& Danger ' Trail" - - ; - Copurieht. :on, bo toe Botes Merrill Co. CHAPTER It .,' ' '; ;.. ' ' Little Melissa. TFIEY, carried Cummins' wife to where a clearing bad been cut ; In tbe edge' of the forest and . at the foot of a slant spruce, lowering aenUneMIke to tbe sky. they lowered her Into the frozen earth. fjflfptxigly; Williams, the old factor, .stumbled over tbe word on' a ragged jiage that had been torn from a Bible. The. rough men who stood about him bowed their wild heads upon their breasts, and sobs broke from them. At last Williams stopped his reading, it retched his long arms above his bead cried chokingly:; ;:;i-v., "The great God keep Ifees Cum As the earth fell there came from the i 're of the forest the low, sweet music . c: Jan Tboreau's Violin,. No man In all tLr world could tare told what he I !nyed, fcr It was the music of Jan's r ul, wild and whispering of the winds, r -vtetened ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 9 September 1912

i I !0TrVY rrTn T r.s 1 i FrmS.P.i V , Honol ulan, Sept 1 07 For & F.t "' Tenyo Mam, Septic From Tincou Ten Makura, Sept 1L For Yaaeoaveri Zealandia. SepL 10. cremng unneun. EL 1882; No. 53J6.; allan Star. Vol. XX No. 6377 iibi m mi r " 0" ifi is 'ft ini r !i ri ii ctp h ti in - m a ; Ex-Governor's? Statement And ..Fisher's. Rejoinders Furnish Sen- sa tion " Of Hearing? To; D ate -Ashfo rd S peaks For Ku hio And TransDortation Up ters 4 3.3 4 : :' '- : - i -v ; '' v' ' v. . V . v , ': . S T0DAV8 DEVELOPMENTS IN FISHER HEARING: . . ' ' . ;i" ' vi-. v. " .: - S ! -, Attorney C. . W. Ashforct Beta forth Kuhib's complaints against Govr 4 $ ernor with retpect to administering land laws.-' .?J..-;' v' '; Questioned by Secretary Fisher as to own Ideas upon homestead- 8 leg and other,.land Questions here, 1. :v '; ."; : ; ; v . v . v ! ' 3 .: Favors system of small holdings, and believes cane could be grown 4 by srnaU-holders, with mills competing for Its manufacturing trade. -' r. Kx-G...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 9 September 1912

HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, MONDAY, SEPT. 9, 1912. HEJ TOIIAVAI jveariy rour nun a red Asiatic , steer age passengers will land at Honolulu with the arrival xf the Japanese (liner ; Tenyo Marnu, which vessel is b lieved will show up off the quarari tine on or about noon tomorrow.! A wireless message received at the gives 'detailed information concern ing the large influx of Oriental pas-1 angers destined for Hawaii net J ' The big linef IS bringing ' SC3i FiH - plno and Japanese for this port. The vessel also has aii large consignment L ui caifeu Kamei eu'tw. . uuuiucj w vir ental parts, the freight for discharge at Honolulu amounting to 1035 tons, . The Tenyo Manf is to berth at Ala- kea wharf. From present prospects, the" liner will ' not ; bev,dispatched for San : Francisco much before the noon . The vessel was expected to arrive, late this afternoon, but ft IS now pre-; eumed that the liner la meeting ith pome rough weather in nearlng the t islands, . ''". :': ,'; ! :'' Y 1IDS 4 j r...

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

4 I-- '"' . -:; ; v. '. v ; .... -- , - HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, MONDAY, SEPT. 9 1912. si' V. . ft '- ' "'v' FISHER HEARING (Continued .from Pag 2) .iceaeru government I Jt - A KPPrPtlir PiVlr' viarloa ikon turned to the relative danger of Jap- ucw owmng j&na or Japanese not wnuu& iiuiu, uiu " .n . - a mora ex pressed the belief that Japanese land ownert would be the least daifgerous. Polio wine this, ex-Governor Carter was asked to rive his ideas , on the subject 'Vy . :' . ' Following Is the morning hearing In detail: : . , - Secretary Fisher: - Mr. Ashford. 1 un very glad to see that you are able to be nere this , morning; and sorry you were not able to be with us Sat urday. I -do not know whether you have been supplied with a copy of the stenographic report of the proceedings Saturday morning or not? . Mr. Ashford: I have seen the news paper reports. y ... Mr. Fisher: Welt they give the sub- stance of what occurred. I think, v.. It has seemed desirable to me at the outset...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 9 September 1912

- : . " '"V HONOLULU STAIMUILLETIX, MONDAY, SEPT. 9, 1912. 1 111 1 1 I " -.- . , . . , ,, , , .. , .. , . , , ' 1 "I ' "' ' I ' I 'I RILEY H. ALLEN - - - - -. - - - EDITOR JAKRfcTT WINS CflNTROt OF i CONVENTION AT PRIlilARIES MONDAY; , VrjKPTK.Ml.EI, 1012 vatfons muiiti-H air siureivly devoted to the f T-H)lcnili(l principle of arbitration, and are op- nccprootcd vntum, thouyh trrony, are oj posed to war on various unselfish -rounds, flit ady attend; Hut it in the duty of all to be finni fQar that the time is not vet here when the .'. .,, ,. u,ey cmauuy nuow t nijia jor truly strong men the men who are in Ixwer or than. John Wool man. . 1 khn n.tir i. eally on the side of reaton and humanity a-s op posnl to the sword and savagery." THE PROGRESS OF THE HEARING , Secretary Eishers investigation lias not yet ivaelnil a. point where comment ujwn its tilti inate results ran he made with anv hnacMh of justice. It may In said, however, that the pivs- n hit ion of the delegate's "east" bv A...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
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Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 9 September 1912

HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, 3IONP AY. SET.v 9K 1912. GOSPEt ISiC AMU8EMENTS. AMUSEMENTS. RIJOU THEATRE . , i ... ; . . -t , , , vi'ffi-iwiiiirs WMibT r r w a, iSSfsioo The man behind the gun has been Riven much prominence in story and In song everywhere." But when there I'Mnnans in fia nn war aruint t Vo u'er of life where everyone is struggling and no one is exempt from the battle field the man and woman who de serve credit are the man (and wo man) behind r the; smile. When the employers, who are the officers in this army, give an order, no matter how disagreeable, the man who gains favor in his eye is the man who, with a willing smile, immeiidely turns to do his work. In the shopping. district whf a w wm 1 1 1 I 3 thai many women gather daily, it is the girl behind the counter who greets the straiiger with' a 'welcoming smile and a pleasant expression who is sought after' by the customers and, vice versa n is ioe woman np en- ters the shop . with a bright, cheery! for the employes ; t...

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