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

HONOLULU STXBULLETIN, MONDAY, BEPT. 0, 1912. New Models of Redfern and Warner's Corsets Whitney Marsh Hal! Borchert Dress Forms- ARRIVAL Plain white, fvith navy-blue and fancy-stripe Collars, $1.75 to $2.00 ) i Plain and fancy, all colors and widths. In Fringes, Pearl Ornaments and Fancy Tassels. " t3 PER ROLL OF 40 YARDS Fort St on'fc Let Your .IautliWaterM:K rOR RED SNAPPER, SMOKED MULLET, AUSTRALIAN BUT- TER OR ANY UF THE GOOD THINGS WE .ARE TO RE CK1VE BY THE ZEAtANDIA fROM THE COLONIES. . " ' Metropolitan Meat Market j HEILORON & LOUIS TELEPHONE 3445 : -1 -.'V. JnLalclory and Drapery V J. MP? CO., Ifd. fork Our Genuine - - Sale .filS 'and Garments Nov - V Thousands of bargains. Do not overlook this opportunity. Wholesale prices prevaU during this sale. CJ0 Pantheon Building, Fort and Hotel Sts. JViffiamson & BiMolph Stock and Bond Brokers Phone 1482 - P. 0. Box 42S SS MEECHA5T STREET Honolulu Stock Exchange Monday, Sept 9. NAME OF STOCK Bid. Asked. MERCANTILE. C. Brewer...

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. — 9 September 1912

- I if rrta 8.P.J .y.: ' v : Honolulan, Sept 10. " 4 For. 8 F.i. . v . Tenyo Manx; SepLM. - Frca Yacecsvert ; Hakura, Sept JL - -: " Fer Yaceouvert ;:. ;. V Zealand!., Sept 10. Vs Evening BaJietin. Est 188X No. 5336.' PRICE FIVE CENTS iiawaiian star.. vol. XX No. 6277. , i r mm?:: ' ' - -4 ;.r" A 1 , 17,. !K 7 7 r r L. Ex-Governor's ,: er s Re sation Of Hearing To Date-:-- Ashford Speaks For Kuhio--Land And Transportation Mat ters Up 4 fc 4 4 "' ''4 4 TODAY'S DEVELOPMENTS IN FISHER HEARING. V r , Attorney (X-AVV Ashford sets forth Kuhlo's complaints against Goy,8 ! 4 ernor with respect to. administering land laws.'-' ; - : :.:4. ? .. ' "Questioned ty Secrtlary Fisher as to own Ideas upon: homestead $ Ing and other land Questions here'-, ; " .;'-: ..'.V ;. Favors system of small holdings, and believes cane could be grown Q e by small holders with mills competing for its manufacturing trade. t , Ki-Gorernor Carter called on. Carter declares bh doesn't support c Frear for reappointment...

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. — 9 September 1912

HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, MONDAY, SEPT. 9, 1912. ff Ml '4 JUL TJ1 HUNDREDS OF ASIATICS i ROUTE TO HAWAII I Nearly four hundred Asiatic steer age passengers will land at Honolulu with the arrival of the Japanese liner Tenyo Marnu, which vessel Is be lieved will show up off the quaran tine on or about noon tomorrow. . A wireless message received at the agency of Castle & Cooke' on Sunday gives detailed information concern a - . . ' . " f - A t ... ., jng toe large inuux 01 uneuuu pas; , sengera destined for Hawaii nei. The! big liner is bringing SC3 Pill- Much svQ-tness comes to Honolulu plnosand Japanese for this port. The from Maui isle. - The steamer Iwalajpi vessel also has a large consignment ia an arrival with one item in her car of cargo gathered at a number of Ori- gQ consisting of 630 cases of honey, ental parts, the freight for discbarge xhe product represents one off the - at: Honolulu amounting to 1035 tons, largest shipments of this; commodity The Tenyo Maru is to berth...

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. — 9 September 1912

HONOLULU STAB-BULLETIN, JIOXDAY, SEPT. 9, 1912. -!SHER HEARING (Continued frorn.PsgeS) , adrfces , made, by the Territorial or Federal government. . .. . .t Secretary Fisher's queries ' then turned to the relative danger of Jap anese owning iana or Japanese not owning land, and Mr. Ashford ex pressed the belief that Japanese land owners would be the least danrerou. Following this, ex-Gorernor , Carter was asked ' to give , his ideas on the Tollowlng Is,the;morning hearing In Secretary Fisher: Mr Ashiord, -1 am very glad to see that you are able to be here this morning; ' and sorry you were not able to.be with us Sat urday. I do not. know" whether "you rare been supplied with a .copy of the r ' ?graphic report of the proceedings : -rday morning or not? ..ir. Ashford: I have seen the news paper reports. . Mr. Fisher: Well, they give the sub- Etance of what occurred. I think. It has . seemed - desirable to me : at the outset to ascertain What really cjght to be accomplished or ought to...

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. — 9 September 1912

Manicure and' RILEY H. ALLEN EDITOR 3IONIJAY. . . . .8EPTEMHHK 'X VJV2i various countries am sinmvlv devoted to the r 7--- ; : . . , splend id . principle o arbitration, and ;op- ratify uUtml: but it i the duty of all to be firing 'f that the time is- not yet here when the i iriic; they certainly know i right for truly stnmg menthe men who are in.pbweror M PROGRESS OF TIIE llK ) tfiwtary. Fisher's Invest Ration Uias 'not, yet ieaVhel a. point where comment upon jt ntj-iiiate-sultH hin Ie made .with any breadth of jnstiee, It may Ik mud, however, that the, jres- filiation of the delegate eae7, by Attorney (J. W. Ashfoi-d tin's morning did not show thatjvii hio, if his niokivniaii fairly represents him. .ha who. may be in power toinprroware u nequi vo cally on the sider of reason and humanity as op loed td the sword and savagery." ; I1AINE POLITICS . : - ..a . ,.31 a i ne s election today carries more than usnal sign if icajice and interest, not only because of the fact that ;the' roc...

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. — 9 September 1912

HONOLULU ST AK-BTHJXTIX, .MOXDAT SEPT 9, 1912. 'XX :-XjXr ' ' ' 1- AMUSEMENTS. V; V AMUSEMENTS. 1 J O U T II E A T R E X :. 4 - - in x 7" , '. ml I'D THE WOULD SSlILESTflfl - The man behind the gun has been Riven much prominence in story and in song everywhere.. But when there happens to be no war. except the war - 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 the ; smile, ; When the employers, " who are Ihe officers in this anay, give an order, no matter , how disagreeable, the-man who gain3 'favor in his eye i3 the man who, with a -killing smile, immediately turns to do his work. - ' '. - .In the shopping district where so many women' gather daily, it is the gir behind the "counter who greets the stranger with a welcoming smile and a pleasant expression who is sought after, by ? the customers' andi vice versa it is the woman who cn .I" ;JI ",7L - Zxi.l . smile and & kindly v...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 9 September 1912

i : HONOLULU STXn-BULLETIN', MONDAY, SEPT. 0, 1912. V ; New Models of Redfern and Warner's Corsets Whitney Marsh IV Plain white, with navy-blue v ; v jr.. ' Plain and fancy, all lN iC V V . .7. In Fringes, ' Pearl Ornaments j and Fancy.-Tassels. I , I I , ' M I., I I f f I I ' i I I ' " ; (S PER ROLL Doii'l Let Your 1UULI1 FOR RED SNAPPER SMOKED MULLET, AUSTRALIAN BUT- TER OR AhfY UF THE GOOD THINGS WE " ARE TO ' REj' CEIVE BY THE ZEALANDIA FROM THE COLONIES. ; : ; Me HEILORON & LOUIS U:!::!:tcyv and Oar Genuine. G Of and 1 r Thousands Do not overlook Poicon Building, y Is iMbWf Oft Halk Borchert Dress Forms . ARRIVAL and fancy-stripe Collars, . 7 ., " colors and widths. v . : OF 43 YARDS Fort St A . Vr,.-" TELEPHONE 8445 : W- 7 :; i v.: Brapsry Work: $ll!(3 j;G3G3 jif bargains. this opportunity. JMlci- Fort and Hotel Sts. tropolitan Meat Market Garments namsoii & Battopn Stock and Bond Brokers Phone 1182 . ' P. 0. Box S23 - S3 3IEBCHA5T STREET Honolulu Stocll Exchange Monda...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 9 September 1912

HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, : MONDAY, SEPT. 9, 1012. p3F 1, News ; and Comment Written by Experts Edited By L. REDINGTON BPS Players Organize . 'V.. - - -..- : ' ' J .7m Things That Whfen Ball L TEA;.' A i DOWNED The sort of ball that kept the fans expecting the unexpected... was doled oul at Athletic Park yesterday after- r.oori when Hllo captured a: wildly ex filing game from the t Asahis by a score of 6 to 4. Right up to the last minute was the gam in doubt, and the big crowd that filed' onto field from' the bleechers when first two locals were killed off In the ninth, remained standing to 'see two on bases ; and. a good batter up. It was a grand chance to ' even the game, but the best : Murakami could ao was to nu into an easy inneia out, and the. game was over. . Take it from all, angles, the game was one of the best played here this season. : It was 'fujl of brilliant field ing stunts,' with plenty of base run ning thrown In,.; but. the real excite mnt lav' In tha f mnt erifW 'fcf...

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

s HONOLULU STAK-BtJIiLETIJT, MONDAY, SEPT. 9, 1912. ,.. ... , znc-rncij tat -ic-vy, 1 q-r 1 -"7 ' ' ' . . . . . . - - ' 1 - : ... li n 1 1 r i i n i ' i , V ' ..' . ,.'-',.', ' P; - ' ' "FOR SALE4 'iV FOR "RENT - j . FURWISHED-ROOMS q , FURmSHED COTTAGES : ROOM AMD BOARD WANTED We've got 'em. Not the D. Ts, but the soda, water drinkers we were af ter. We've had to put in another bot tling table. Honolulu Soda Water Co., 34 A N. Beretania. Chas. K. Frasher, mgr.; Phone 3022. mi-tt Any person musically Inclined to de velop that talent by taking: lessons from Ernest K. Kaai, C9 young Bids.; TeL 3687r k-5?02-3m Small furnished house, . in desirable neighborhood,' by couple Without . children. ?Z43,"" care Star-Bulletln. At Moana Hotel, several bright Chi ; nese boys, not under eighteen, able ' 'to read and write English..' ' , 5333-tf. Men to work on machinery. Apply C C Moore Co.. pearl Harbor. ! k-5332-lw: .i Becond hand roll top desk. Phone 3t Z7$5 Young man stenographer, . Apply In ...

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

. . HONOLULU. STAR-BULLETIN MONDAY, SEPT. 0, 1912, . 0 4. : A 5 ' vri FOR 8AN rRAMCIftCO 8. 8.' Sltrra.: .M. . . . ,8ept 21 ft. ' ft. Sonoma... ..... . , .Oct. 4 ' ft. ft. Sierra....:.... . . ..Oct 19 C; Brewer & Go., Ltd., I. ,;. ..!..- i. . - j.', --..5 ........... m.. f - , - ... t ... - - - -. - : -. .r . - ; ? ( feateMail "iBtpro port on or about the, dates mentioned ft.'ft. Nlte. .ftepLIS S.. SMoncrorii..' ...... St dL 20 ft. ft. Persia.. . .V. .. . ,Oci 12 ; Vffe&entf apply 1 . Mm , a v jh . fzzzcTB in ne aoo voVQinpany . caboirt the 4eV mentioned below; " C CKIjrpsn I' tLtvi; . XepL 27-' C.-Tenyo 'i?ani';..V;.;Oet.'ft: - C. C Chlnyo Mru...r. v.Oct 23; ; .CaUa.aWUanUa.'. omtttln. :ati;at ;i CASTLE aiCOOKE, LIMITELVTlBetits; Hon61uln.r03 'C Direct Scrvlca Behvcsn Sair Francisccf and! Hortpnte p: ? " - , .;V 'T' ' -'-. '.,. t , r'-it'tj.:- ; FR0M. 2AH FRAMCtSCOl ' ; FOR. 8AN FRANCISCO r i tTCi. -11 cnilutan; . . .Sept .10 vC C. Wifhe!mlna.;.V..Oct;1; . .r , 9 ' i ,i C.'...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
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Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 9 September 1912

10 HONOLULU, STAMULLETIX, MONDAY, SKPivV 4012. MasohkTemple Weekly Calendar MONDAYi f TUESDAYt WEDNESDAY ' THURSDAY; FRIDAY: ' J SATURDAY i ; J ' All visiting member, of the ordiT are cordially Invited to at tend meetings Of local -lodges. IHWOLULtf LODGE, 1L B. P. 0.' E, ,V ' Itoaolulu Lodge No. 1, YA, jf 8. P. O. Elks, meets In A " rT their tall; on King t SU v - near Fort, every Fridaj ' evening. Visiting Brotb , , era are cordially invited ' ' V,,,,, ' to attends ' H A-E MUUPHY, E. a" 3 ; " H." DUNSHEE, Sec.;.; " Meet on the 2nd and. 4th Mondays of each month at K.P. hall 7:30- 5. M. Members of other Asso ciations are cordially' invited to attend. tt2 JIcKIMET lODGEi 30. 8.V Meets every 2nd and 4th Sater- .day evening at 1:30 o'clock In K. or P., Hall, cor. Fort and Beretania. VislUne- . brothers cordially -Invited to attend.- - V ::-A. f. G ERTZ. C: C. !' :: v F. F K1LBEY. KR. b.V. k IIO.XOLTJLU AEEIE 110, F. 0 E. ..t""" v Meets on second and fourth t6. Wednesday 'evening of ea...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 9 September 1912

1 - -. r i.. FOR RENT FURNISHED House on Green St., Two Bedrooms, T' $45 'per month House on Kewalo St j Three Bedrooms $75 pet , month: Bishop Trust ;Co., Ltd. ? 124 BETHEL 8TRET ' Y ATTORNEY' At RAW f I ipJdtanf Building -! Honolulu; . Kb n. u; uuicen&ertf STOCKS - sfsir BON D S - ISURANCE ' REAL ESTATE r LOANS NEGOTIATED ; J. HOUMEKG y7 -'y--: architect. ' Estimate iSmiUhed en '::':r--BAtii-. Reasonable, 160 HoUt EC Oregon Bldg. TeL DRINK MayVUld "Kona Coffee HENRY ;M A Y & C a Phone 1271 'J'f Crossroads Coolishop, ii-ZCVo: Umltsd :; v . ;v--:" '- Successors to ' Crown'A' Lyon Co Ltd. :yt., ALEXANDER YOUNQ OUILDINQ- "Everything In Cocks' C71ANGC DLOSCOM CANLILi , The Most Popular Cannes JLfade ' ' '' .'"on'tlie'Coast'''-' HONOLULU DRUQ CO, LTD. 1C24 Fort SL " Tefephofie t: .... - f - in tr i . f Company fXoae 1371 12 Ki&f Fire Insurance N. I ' - . - THE B. F. DHIinghaiTr 6a. ' LIMITED -'"' General Xgent for Hawaii:' Atlas Assurance. Company of London, v New York Under...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 9 September 1912

HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, MONDAY, SEPT. 9, 1912. 12 .11 11 11 n n u n nnnnQnnaonDnnnonnnnnnnnnn a a YOUR. mm Rw h mianiainn af a word the Intent of a testator O can be ditregarded and a beneficiary financially Injured. The brains of the beet legaf talent In the city is at the command of M our TRUST DEPARTMENT, and free to those who name us Q - i tk. mIk n( twill. as executor, In the preparation of wills. OUR OEPOSIT VAULTS ARE AT YOUR SERVICE IN THE PRESERVATION OF THE DOCUMENT WITHOUT CHARGE. ' V 8 HAWAIIAN TRUST C0.i Ltd. 8 923 Fort Street nr : nrrnnnnnnGGGonnaGGGngnn Love's Baliery Keep odl ! . ; It takes more thin the sugflestion to keep cool these days. It really can be done only with an lednc Just attach it to the chandelier in place of a lamp. It uses less current than a 16-eandlepower lamp. We have thsm comptete from moo rap The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd. . SCKOOL CLOTHING ; Ve have everything for the scho olboy. , Bring him In, and let us fix up. You will be satisfied, and' ...

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. — 10 September 1912

' - . . ; - i. v V .-. - . - f ' ' .. . : . t : .-.:: . . . . . , r Majors, Sept IL Nh J ' I v C V Q., P V; U ) V , L ' TT1 H M, Sl'SS' IUn -at 1S82. No. 5327. :fe ft 7 """t" omr. vol. XX Na 6378. 12 PAGES HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, TUESDAY, SEPT. 10, 1912. 12 PAGES. . : - iu i V nil u .1 i h: : : ,i v ny l yr ' II II li II 11 II II . . . II . II II il II II II y. . HIlll II I - 1 il II II ' :U II t I 'II n ll II . II l . . PRICE , FIVE CENTS Exper President of Board of Iimmigratibn Investigator iCalifornia?s lence Resulted, in Protest- ;Why Hawaii is Injured by Raids Fhat1 of Senator I .'arw of Hearing, Turns on Home- FEATURES TODAY. 8 steadine Exp erience in Ajken of Maui a Witness i . : . Hawaii's Utor difficulties and the famous visit of . the Alaska Packers AEsocia-tlon 'ator Enatchera" here in . the raring of 1911 were" brought iuto . the tearing before Secretary Fisher ' - .' t i T ... -- . - iaia noix:r,5 , -vr lta ine gudUeiinecs Ih&t is chsxateriring all; of --the ...

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. — 10 September 1912

V ( I .4 ...... .' HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, TUESDAY, SEPT. 10, 1912. w TID2SSUN AWD LIOON B B SB C S r rt e 'f 3 9 B ' 5 5" . -;v: . M All f J ;!. Because of the unfailing courtesy of the management 2. Because of its high rank. ' i rS. t Because its rates are reasonable. 4. i Because of Its location In the center of the shopping and -hotel district 's 9. Because you wlH be met at the dock In San Francisco by uniformed 4 . ; 1 . - representatives and auto busses . delay or Inconvenience. i 6. Because you will always meet your Jas. '? With 4.hc arrival ot the - Cantfdian Australian liner Zealand ia shortly af ter noon 'today came definite advices concerning the completion of the new r tcamship Niagara, which expect cd to replace either the Maknra or the Zealandia In the- Vancouver-VIc-tcrla-Honolulu-Suva-Sydney service- , Another piece of Information that served to please Honolulu shipping tien was the statement1 made by of ficers in the Zealandia that Captain John Gibb, the well-known...

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. — 10 September 1912

HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, TUESDAY, SEPT. 10, 1012. ' : (Contlaned from Page 1) you, if discretion bad been shown in thai direction, would you regard that as an unwise policy? c - Ashford, after some thought, admit ted he would. Aiken said - he thought " the land laws of the . Territory- are sadly In need of revision. ' It was originally copied from the land laws of New -, Zealand. He would divide the pub lic lands Into three' divisions for handling one, the sugar lands he would have leased to sugar planters; all other'- cultivated land to home steaders, and the; high land. xf . small I value 'and 1 fit only for ' grazing, , he would; lease as such to any appll-. Cant 8. ' W". ' .1 Fisher then made . Inquiry into the Territorial laws, affecting, the home steader who forfeits his, rights. Ash ford and Aiken agreed that the home steader was paid back, the value o his improvements. Governor Frear, asked if this, were -so, said It is not It was the old law, but he said is true no. longer, ...

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. — 10 September 1912

3 HONOLULU STARrBULLETIN, TUESDAY, SEPT. 10, 1912. RATES FOR AT CIVIC CIV ENTiON IIILII The Busy Man RIIR-AIXEN - - - - - - EDITOR TUESDAY, ... . -. ..... - SEPTEMBER 10, JOUSlntilititti commisKion, it mav have leen forgotten Uiat at the last Hession of the legislature a hill EchwfiiltiglJet gift of. Mental poiro;. waK iDr,Ki,,(i conferring iifon the various county ''hoard -what-amount to public utility com mission powers, and that the hill died an in glorious death. Here in 'brief is its history: and defieieneu nf heart, in the etinxe of matin men) . if I ----- - ' .v -- : never bceoming great. Buhver. Joint Committee of Chamber of Commerce and Merchants' "Association- Make AH Arrangements for Trip Letter urges Members to Join Pa rty on Excursion IN. THE GOVERNOR'S FAVOR Three distinct points in Gov. FrearV favor were brought out during this morning's hearing before Secretary Fisher. 1. It was testified by Land Agent A V. O. Ai ken that homestead opened on Maui and which afterward ...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 10 September 1912

HONOEULU STAR-BULLETIN, TUESDAY, SEPT. 10, 1912. 5 Sm To most children of school age the opening day of the school year Is in digo colored. Yesterday when the College of Hawaii and the Punahou schools convened there were many heavy hearted girls and boys, panic- uiariy among tnose wno were enter- tne business world., ing upon the first or second year of Many who fall in their subjects are college and the Junior or senior year gir,g u lg not likely that 'any one In the high school. It would be CM giVe the reason for this, not ever, wrong to say that the average school the students. ' It is seldom the case ..child Is over bright, for he seldom Is. that & girl will excel in mathematics, Thev cause of the beavy-heartedness 8tm in English and' In history she Ir in the girl and boy is that many of often at the head of the' class. Some them feel that they will never make girlg do weU in the modern lan enough points to graduate. guages, yet ; when'if conies to, one of -The point-making ...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 10 September 1912

a HONOLULU STAR HULLETIN, --.TUESDAY, SEPT. 10, 11)12. 4 J T 5 IS 1 , r mm- - Mew- Models ol .- -Redfern Warner's Corsets Marsh ;. Bdrchert ; Dress Forms NEW Plain white, w Ith navy-blue and f fancy-stripe Collars, 1 ' Plain and fancy, all colors and widths. Ore . innminniEii fn Fringes, Tear! Ornamc nte and Fancy ' Tassels. &B'uttotph Williamson Steci and Bond Broker s S3; MERCHANT- STKEpT. LOCAL AKD GENERAL Honolulu SiocKExcliange j, SepL 10. NAME OF STOCK. Bid. Asked-! ? ". '. t i nap in I ' rr t- ?- oe ok sr? ir'- - Fort Sf 1 MERCANTHaE. . . C. Brewer & Co. ........ . SUGAR; Ewi.plaiitalloa Co i Hawaiian Agric. Co. .... . i HaV; Cow & fcug. Co. . ... Havailafr Sasar Co. ..... llouomu Sugar C6l . .. I Ionofcaa Suxar Co. ...... 1 1 tiaifcn Sugar Co. . ... . . Kaimku I'lanUUon Co. . . Kekaha Swgar Co- .i; . . . . KoIah Sugar Co. . . . . ... . ." WcBryde &.is&r Co. . . . . . Oahu Sujf ar Co. ........ . Oaotcea Sgw Co. Claa Sugar 1C0 'Ltd.-. ... Paauhau Sngac Plan...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 10 September 1912

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