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

HOKOLULU t STAli-BULLETIN, TUESDAYi SEPT. 10, 1912. -wwl;. mums pnsmnrj ras.; . -J " w& 9 J v-" . I .t Mm . m 1 m I . w . ' ... " yL. . . Black Velvet, Black. Satin, Patent, Dull Calf, Tan Calf . - - 03.50 a Pair rv- - v. - V. of r - "3 f m'' ;i I I i r : ; VU! ! .v-.r. Chop Plates Odd Plates Single or by the Dozen, Spoon Trays . . Including: : 7i:h !cls f Calte Plates C:'::S:ls. Ten Sets f i :rry Sets Cliic Dishes v T:rry- Cowls $:!:.:! Cowls S:i:'ar Cowls s f Cream Pitchers ; m i Etc., Etc.,- Etc. -. Every thing at about Half Price Sale; Starts; Celery Trays Cups and Saucers Tuesday SeptemberBrd Houcehold Dept V (r. King and Fort Ste: ; -wuo m jM dn 9pjs iqSu si 1! - v: i 0 W l , f t n i a 1 1 . - ii e iuuu u n d 1 i ' J- Limited fltii - oqi Aq p3ipuBt ; Special SUr-Balletla Correspondence , HILO. Sept. 6.-That County Engineer-Edward A. Southworth is to be of- ' fered the position of superintendent Of public works for the Territory is the latest report to come from Honolulu. i...

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

.J HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, TUESDAY, SEPT. 10, 1911 X News and Comment Written by Experts Edited By L. REDINGTOH blj HEirJ COAT RACES CARDED SPEEDY TOTIS CLUB HOLDS . ELECTION COXO HERE ISLAND nni mrnn rnin in t fa auLULirauo;! FOR REGATTA DAY, SEPT. 2 1 - i LEAGDE CL r ' The Regatta Day program has been finally arranged, the committee of the Hawaiian Rowing Association that has had the matter in charge meeting yesterday afternoon, and definitely carding 17 races for Sep tember 2L 1 ' " The new feature of this year's pro- t. v p"rf P?wer sampans, three of these being dowii for settlement. The mum will hel Iv 5 . C . Y v l from the Judges' boat around the bell " " "'i - w 'ww-ww w www m w etwu van. uie racw wui wj oe weilton the harbor. The men am vnrHno the senior Ae senior As in former years, barge race, the big event of the card, will come second on the list This seems like' an anti-climax, especially as there win be a Coast crew in com netition which will be a. stellar Pilu".0' lc...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 10 September 1912

10 HONOLULU BTAIMULLETIN TUESDAY, SEPT." 10, 1912. WANTED We've got, 'em. Not the D. T,'s, but tiie soda water drinkers we were af ter., We've bad to put la another bot tling table. Honolulu .Soda Water Co., 34 A N. Beretania. Cbas. E. i. ; Frasher, mgr.; Phone 2022. JLay person musically Inclined to de velop that talent by. taking lessons from Ernest K. Kaai, 69 . Young v ;Bldg.; TeL; 3687.V ; , k-5302-3m . - Small f furnished i house; yIn . desirable neighborhood," by couple without children. "Z43care Star-Bulletin. li ... tr.i.i ' . 1 -.V rhr ai Aiuiua noiei, several un&ub. vur ; nese boys, not under eighteen, able 10 reaa ana write ungusn. C. C.' Moore Ca, Pearl Harbor. . Young . man sienographer... Apply In v own hindwritine giving references. Address rL. B." Star-Bulletin office. .;- -V 53 35-3 1 iT;" : 'J i i r Apply P. L. X)n Tai. 1190, Nuuanu Kt nr Tlorctnnia K236-lm Tartner with, ?S50 capital to invest in 'good busineBS. Oped 'for investiga- tlon. ' Address . 'J. J". l...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 10 September 1912

HONtaULU STAE-BULLETIN, TUESDAY, SEPT. 10, 1912. 11 4 '. Jeeasx Sfeamslgj Co. FOR SAN FRANCISCO 8. .. B. Sierra.. .. . i . . , r. I . Sept. 21 6. 8. Sonoma.. OcL 4 8. S." Sierra....... . .Oct. 19 C; Brewer & Co., Ltd., Mail Pacific -Steamers of the above company will call at Honolulu and leave this ;.,port on or about the dates mentioned below: FOR THE ORIENT 8T 8.' Nile?....". ; .' . . . 8epti1 3 8i 8. Mongolia... .... Sept 20 8 8,JPcrsLs....'.Oct 12 V. For general, ioformatlon apply to Hi -ttcclif old 3 Co., . '..sr.. -w , t . i. 'Steamers of the above Company FORxTHE ORIENT, 8. 8. Nippon Maru.k....8ept27 8. &;Teny Maru;....h..Oct 8. 8 hinyo Maru..l.;..Oct25 i CaHa at Manila, omitting call at CASTLE COOKE, LIMITED, Agents, Honolulu, , ' G Direct Service Between San i FROM SAN, FRANCISCO V , 8.X. HcnoIutan.r.;V.V.Sept10 -' 8. C; Lurllne . . . . . . . Sept 25 k S. S. Wilhelmlna.. M...Oct 1 Navigation 8.' S. HYADES aaita. from Seattle for Honolulu direct on or about i SEPTCMD...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 10 September 1912

HONOLULU BTAIBULLETIN, TUKSD, SEPT IO, 1012. 6! 1 i Masonic Tempi : v Weekly Calendar MONDAY: TUESDAY: WEDNESDAY THURSDAY: FRIDAY: 8ATURDAY1 t All iisIUiu members of the order are cordially invited to at tend rrietln of local lodges. lIONCfcrXU LODfiE, 616, B. P. 6. E. ' llouoittlo Lodge no.- A W B. I, O. Klks. meets Id ball, on King, SU hear Fort every Fridaj V : r evening Visiting Broth- f ' ers' are ; cordially, invited S..J? to attend.' v -ate. murphy, b. r. )fiVA v H. OrtJNSHEB, Sec.1 r Meet on the 2nd and 4tb Mondays of each month at K.P. ball 7:30 P. M. Members of - - - - 1 aIUam A .r" v: f.Mun(WH V clatlons . cordify. Invited tto "attend. ; MeKJIS'LET LODGE, KO. 8,' V:..; ' K. Of .P. v v .;; V Meets ,eTert 2nd and 4 th Sain r. jM day evening at 7:30 o'clock In t. o? P.;iiaJit cor.'Fort and Beretanla, LVlsItlng r, brother cordially invited lo attend. ; . r : f : . .vv-.--A: f. gertz, d a ; f ? 'f. F KILBEY, K. R, 6. ' , 'noxoLrLt? AERIE 140, f. a E. . "" r Meeta on second and...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 10 September 1912

:...'' X I- - V : I 1 i 3 i V -ll FOR RENT FURNISHED House on .Green St, Two Bedrooms, $45 per month House on Kewalo St, Three Bedrooms $75 per month. ..." r .. Bishop Trust Co., Ltd. 124 BETHEL STREET W. & ACM, ATTORNEY Kapiolanl Building AT LAW Honolulu, f K 'F.drBaVcSf'. E. G. Duisenberg STOCKS . BONDS' 1SURANCE REAL ESTATE 1 : LOANS NEGOTIATED v 75 Csrcjt St. 3013 J. HOLL12ERG ARCHITECT. . i . Estimates Furnished on Buildings. , ; . t -Vi ' ' Rates Reasonable. v" 160 Hotel St, Oregon BMg. Tel. 1611 I DRINK May-s Old Kona Coffee i BEST IN THE MARKET ' . It ar H E N.R Y.M.A Y Phone 1271 ea TOT- : THfi ' - : . pads Bookshop, Successors lo r Crcwrt & Lyon Ce Ltd. . ALEXANDER YOUNG OUILDINQ ' -Evtrythlna In Cooks" ORANGE CLO.wQM CANtlL The Most Popular, Candies Uade on the Coast "'J HONOLULU DRUG CO,, LTD. .i-rooi: uvxniiszra Ptcse 1371 42 gist Ct Insurance ?THE' B. F. Dillingham Co. r -. ' LjMITED ; " f .General. Agent for Hawaii: Atlas Assurance .Company of., London, .New ....

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 10 September 1912

14 HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, TUESDAY, SEPT. 10, 1912. 0 4 Yua WILE; By, the mere misplacing of a word the Intent of a testator can be disregarded and a beneficiary financially Injured.: The brains of the best legal talent in the city is at the command of our TRUST DEPARTMENT, and free to those who name us as executor, In the preparation of wills. OUR DEPOSIT VAULTS ARE AT. YOUR SERVICE IN THE PRESERVATION OF THE DOCUMENT WITHOUT, CHARGE. HAWAIIAN TRUST CO., Ltd. 923 Fort Street a a D a a D a a a HUH CHINESE DOVS HAKE RECORDS; GO TO CM Love's mm Baliery vrm ,m no It takes mere than the suggestion to keep cool these days, really can be done only with an - '. It SEecihric Fae Just attach it to the. ch andelier In place of a lamp. It usee less-current than 16-eandltpowr lamp. We have them complete from $10.00 to The Italian Electric Co;, Ltd. c:-:col CLOTI-IIING . , '"e have everything for the schoolboy. Bring lm In and let ua fix i p. Ycu will be satisfied, and so will he. - . :'.w7U ". ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 10 September 1912

Honolulan. Rfnt 11 V: Ftr&P., " V TaneesTert ; Makura, Sept 1L For Tancoatert. Marama, Nor. 8. . Evening Bulletin. Est -1882," No. 5337. Hawaiian Star, VoL XX., No. 6378. i - i li 1; u IlIiv: Ilo I II u L J o; j U II lily ; MlJ ii U i puiCaliljW .President of .Board of Immigratiori Exp erience Resulted in Protest- Why Hawaii is Like That of SenatorLarge Part of Hearing Turns oh Home- z " steading Experience in ; - Ail:en of Maui a. Witness Hawaii's lator difficulties and .the famous visit-cf the Alaska Packers' . Association "labor Katchers" here, in the trr!r.j cf 1211 ver& brought Into the hearing before Cecretar Fisher tMs nomlr. with .the suddenness that la c!.iracterlr:r.3 all-of 'the: mild tens:: Vfcicr :zs which have heretofore de- Eecretcry r merely' touched :t even a touch was i-u:ual Interest in on thl3 tut;': ' 'encurh to z:. , th3 lirrs r- .-bcr,- v . . r Ccvt.Ld . c . : i Tist.cr'6 . ' to taho hii ti chaza- . - hers, cf Brewer - :r. In the chair .3 Ecriously; en...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 10 September 1912

f M, m. :.--'; : , : C ONOLULtr STXn-BULLETIX; TUESDAY, SEPT. 10, 1912 TiDESsur. Aim ndON -5 ' ? si c . 5. l.v ti. m. MO Vl: ll. , : MY! 24 7,1 end- 4 en Mara ro 1. Because of ' the unfailing courtesy of the management. 2. BecauiVof Jte high rank, "., - w'' M; . - 3. Because Its rates are reasonable, 1 . t r A ' 4. Because of' Its location In the center of the shipping ancl "hotel district.' v M ' - ' -.v-'- ' -i w ".; 5. , Because, you wlll e met. at the tiock in San Francisco by uniformed ; i representatives and auto busses' and conveyed to the hotel without delay or Inconvenience. 'V.'t. 6. Because you will always meet your friends there. .; ' f--r .' These are six reasons why thi.t . T iy'UL'i ' - : : t r-- :f; .f:r:-i?lv o-.-i vf:v:.;.V .-'-r " . ; ::r.;'.:'" v.; gets 'the bulk, of the Island ; busfness. -1- Jas. HV --"" 4 if . 1 :. .. II II . :. 2 12 CAKilKiill! 7 With -the arrtral x of5 the ' "'CfimadiafTf Australian liner Zealandia shortly f' ter noon today came definite adv...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 10 September 1912

. . . 1 HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, v. TUESDAY, SEPT. 10, 1912. (Continued from Pare 1) Vrul 'If A liairf Inn YttkA K-.t Vtswtn In that direction, would you regard that ' as an unwise policy? A C ) trrA aftM asmat lliuiirttt aitmll. ted he would. Aiken said he thought the land 'laws of the .Territory are sadly In r.eed of revision, it was originally ' copied from the land . laws ..of New ; Zealand. : lie would divide the pub lic j lands ; Into three divisions ;, . for handling tone, .the sugar lands he ' would have leased to sugar planters; . all .other cultivated land to bome- " y, steaders, and the' high land, of small value and fit - only for grazing," he would lease as such to any ; appll cants. ... - ' ' Fisher then, made inquiry into the Territorial laws,; affecting the home steader, who forfeits his rights. - Ash ford and Aiken9 agreed that the home steader was paid back the value of his improvements. 7 Governor. Frear, asked if this were so, said it Is not. I Ufa a V a latmr H W...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
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Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 10 September 1912

if :fa a.-: l SEPT. 10, 1912. : v. . ; ;w yc.r:;: uwv . ;lA,..,;...,,.iymlM: d VIC CONVENTION AT HILO ; r Tl) R- m- : . --li 1 fcW - r , " - miUKlJoint Committee of Chamber of Commerce and Merchants' - -nSr : aJ"i HEPTEf BER" 10, J 91. nt j) iti( eommissioDy i t may have Ikmi forgotten ,. . ., ;. ... ; "r- , :tt: I that at the liist nesKion of the legislature a bill L,arnc8tncsg is tie bdst aift of mental nrnrtr whk intnwii ; flfwi deficiency of. hiartU the atUM ofiaatU ni eountv Iwrnrils what amount to nuhlic utiliW Mgf cr occo m ttf flF (ra f Bui wer. Joint Committee of Chamber of Commerce and Merchants' Association Make AH Arrangements" for Trip Letter flrges Members to Join Pa rty on Excursion i ! !-. IN THE GOVERNOR'S FAVOR I Three distinct points in 'Gov. Frear'fi A vor . were brought out during this inorningV hearing before Secretary Fisher, r ft" ; 1. It w'jw testified Uv Land Agenf W. Q. Af- : kca that homesteads opened on Mauijaad chich; afterward proved unsuccessful, wrc'...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
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Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 10 September 1912

- 1' ' , ft '. ". " . . . ...... s im imm's world. - SCHOO L DAYS AND STUDIES - . -' ' j ".' ...- - io mosx cnuaren oi scnooi age ine upenins aar oi ine scnooi year is in- a history of the success of an unedu digo colored. Yesterday when the cated man but only shows thai even College of Hawaii and the Punahou If a atudent is unable to master cer echools convened there were many taln studies It. does not necessarily heavy hearted girls and boys, partic- f0ii0w that he will never Succeed In ularty among those who were enter- lhe business world. - . ' - . ; lng upon the first or second year of Many who fail In their subjects are college and the Junior or senior year jt Is not Hkely that-anyone In, the high school It would be can giV the reason for this not ever wrens lo-aay inat tne average scnooi child is over bright, for he seldom is. The cause .of the heavy-heartedness still In English and in history she If In . the, girl and boy ithat many of often at the head of the 'class. Some t...

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. — 10 September 1912

nOKOLULU STAIMHJ LLETIN, TUESDAY, SEPT. 10, 1912. IF Williamson T I l". it &:Buttolph . 4 Models of Redfern and; . Warner's -Corsets Whitney Marsh Borchert Drpss Forms NEW ARRIVAL i -" ::-:'f;':r : "-- 'c b": P-'i:iC-y':..i - r....-- Plain white, with, navy-bine and fancy-stripe Collars, J r 1'. 75 to Si6ckamB6$ honoiututdtkiExrnarige .ijlB8day;, Sept 10. v " v::,;;:-" '-c''-:' r ? - Plain and fancy, all colors and widths. 3 Oress ."?.!- ninniinniiini ' i In ' Fringes,! Pea'rl Oriiamcnta ' ana'J Fancy TassdlsCv - J . I 1 I III I I I-"". L . . . i - i k , j fc. . .- m, , y f . w w . -TV ,5 PER ROLtrtF;40fYARDSv Jan anes 3 1- Bazaait ;.l:.K'-..r-V-'--? .'V ; NAME OF STOCK. Bid. MERCANTILE.. C. Rrewer & Co. . . I .sua All. . Ewa Plaiitatlon Ca Hawaiian, Agric. Co. .. . . . Haw. Cora. & fcog. Co. . . . . Hawaiian Susar Co. .. . . . llonomu Sugw Co, . .. .. . I Igmckaa Sogar Ca ..... Hsiika Sugar Co.'..; HutcntnKcn Sugar Plant . Kahujcu riaptt'Uon Co. ... Kekaba Sugar Co. . K...

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. — 10 September 1912

HONOLULU STAR-BUIETD? JUESPAyTJBETTlO, 1 91 2,' :..Wff '-v. y - Delegate" 6ti Immrgratlori. J4i; -- Ashford. The Delegate Is entirely in favor . of getting Bettlers from the mainland, but1 is not, - of . course, in favor of discretion In their favor as against residents of the Territory. ' Ashford: Mr. Aiken, are yon famil iar with this land ' on the Lahalna side? : . " - v:" ' ' , Yes. -;-. ,- Have you inspected the land Itself? of your xperi nce-s-r understand -yon I are in the sugar and general commis sion busine8 Mr. Ivers: Yes. 9 .Q. How extensively. A. Well, I am connected with one of the agencies here that repre8tUs some 15 sugar Plantations and one pineapple plantation. ' .;' Q. v How long have you been con Y nected with the sugar business here? Aiken: Not recently not for aj-earf "A; About 25 years. 7fin vrfrrT .'fpTv' f Vvp3 Agents for Hawaiian Islands or "so. '..;: ; . . x v.; Ashfurd : Have you inspected the 1ana ot' limit t h. Q.-Have you been present at any previous se...

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. — 10 September 1912

.IV. ; HONOLULU STARBULLETIN,. TUESDAY SEITr 10, 1912 "'"'""' m" ' '"'.' ' . ' - ' """ .. '' .. . " ' ' "m " .. " '" " " ' 1 '" ' ' " ' ' 1 i - .. .- - --. , is MAY GET PUBLIC ' . ' : f S OR lis iJITION 'y4f v y V 4 '- 4 Mil m mm m ft' ' i! y4::0'-y ;' -; - Black Vcfcret, Black Satin; x Patent, .Dull Calf, Tan Calf " - - - 53.50 a Pair O n X)f i i , J l i 1 4 i ! .; r 4 o i i Including v-'; '"; Pi: h Sots .;-J : C: '::S:!5 .' Sets - - t ' : P"v- : . r'nc - ; Saner CgwIs Calie Plates 'U Chop Plates . . -Odd Plates Slngte or by the Dozen Spoon Trays Celery Trays ' Cups and Saucers Cream Pitchers Every thing at about Half Price . Sale Starts, Tuesday- September 3rd ; S,G.lHIal'2r Bom Household Dept. ; Cor. King and Fort Sts: Special 8tp.Bulltla Correspondence HILO, Sept 6. That County Engjn eei Edward A. Southworth Is to be of fered the position of superintendent Of public works for. the Territory Is the latest-report to come from Honolulu. The statement was made by someone ! In, toach...

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. — 11 September 1912

St 'St Frea S. F.t Nile. Sept 13. t : JTsr 8. F.f v .- Persia Sept IT. Frta Ttncoiteri MakuraSept iC Tor TsneoBTert - Marama, Oct 8. XT" - MN . ' 'I- I I I V : :.- I : i - 1 y Vi Evening Bulletin. Est 1882. No. 6338. Hawaiian Star. VoL XX.. No. 6379. Q. i M:V vi rr rrp-: i:?.Sr'MulililiU.-olli 61c Lid u or Upon Irid ian Reser- vati on Fisher ; Paxcon Says Doesn't Belie ve 'In Changing Organic Act Thinks Material For Executive Here .' - - . :" ABSociated Press Cable K-y;1';''':'?;!, ' WASHINGTON, D. C Sept 11 A sensation was uncovered hereto-' day when it was known that Robert G.. . Valentine, commlstioner of In dian affair, who reilsned jresterday to join the Proflresalvea, he ,ald, 1$ charted with taking liquor upon an Indian reservation In Oklahoma on an fcfflcial vleit, . - -.v - . VV-.,:' The .Department of Jiistlc will prosecute, him. It. was announced to-; . ; Secretary Fisher this mtrfnlng declined to comment upon the resigna-: tlon of ComlEEloner Valentine, saying that he wa...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 11 September 1912

. HONOLULU STAB-BULLETIN; WE DNESDAY, SEPT. 1 1 , 191 2. CM .. . , j . - . ' INJURY AS VILHELf.ill . : Falling the full length of a long - fctalrway. leading from the upper floor ; of the Customs House to Fort street, r. Captain Peter Johnson, master of the :;7Uaton ; Navigatjoa liner Wilhelmlna .had ,a mighty close call from .serious if not fatal injuries this morning. '. ' Captain Johnson, has been navigat- Jng on crutches for the past, three -weeks as a result of a fall sustained - "during his staf, at the. coast : J While, the Wilhelmlna remained at " Honolulu, the genial skipper and well 'known; ehriner, stayed pretty close to j his quarters on; board the steamer. Feeling considerable better this morn- lag Captain Johnson announced his determination to Tisit 'the Customs House in nerson In order to clear his vessel for San Francisco. - - The necessary . documents had been signed and the. skipper, was leaving the building with the assistance of his ' crutches when, the vessel ma...

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. — 11 September 1912

HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 11, 1912. v f Iffi .GEARING ( Continued from ,pg T) may. be brought about, th opportun ity,. Is , giren for bunding op home steading. Lack of transportation has been one of Cae difficulties In the way of homesteading the public lands, a difficulty which as 1 say. is being overcome." ; i A'.x: ..,..;;, s , . Trouble In' Raising Products!' v He declared further that another difficulty In the .way is that of rals- . Ing farm and garden . products and finding a market for them at a pro- . fit able price. . ' ; He talked at Rom length about the - agricultural problems of Hawaii, tell ing MrvFUher that It takes time to aolve the problems here, and that the , homesteading problem Is no excep- tion.: - : Speaking: - of the growth of pine apple culture: , "I very much fear that the market .will again be over- supplied. That's a problem well have to contend with, well have to do more advertising. Had it. not been for the facilities afforded by the ... ...

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. — 11 September 1912

HONOLULU BTAn-BULLETIX WEDXIDAY SEETV 111912. RILEY BL ALLEN EDITOR WKDXkSDAY;;..::SEPTEMnKIM3, 1012 ranks, t lie almost solid' align went of the saloon vote against tlieru and the large foreign popula- , An iiuhttcivct man in an urixealed letter; crvryone can read if. -Cham fort. TAFTS TRUST REGARD V President TnftV administration has broken : - all monlH in the ma t ter - of ut niKMiut; ting" in , xjnte of Uje voluble aHerliou of Cd. Ifrjoserelt and his, press-agen t. " 0 v v Under President- Taft more suite hare beeii instituted-agaiiisbtruftte than the, total amount of Mich suits during the four prerioua admihis- trations. ; N:;V;.'- '." V'v; vVN'-'i'lv'' r- i'S The Taft adnuuistratioh ha brought sixty-six i legal Actions under, the. provisionsofthe 8her ; i man ant I-trust Jaw- in threo years and- a - half. This is , four more "prosecutions ? than were urougut unuer me sajne law. uy me. cuuiujueu Ivadiniuistra I landIeKinley and IJoosevelt 1 AMoumeht'is- , V wiod by Congress gi...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
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Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 11 September 1912

r AMUSEMLNTS. AMUSEMENTS. RIJOU THEAI X 14 ; R. Kipling, Manager; v. - .--S"- - -', - PLARI RiFLE RANGE 9 -2 1 " vi- J .1 ; 4 baN FRANCISCO. Cal.. SpoL The most DicturWp hrnin-f cictv com. fmm Mi..i,V V. S tMSiI -I6 EE uie temperamental princess of two seasons ago; and the heiress of Wai- mea. hria h-fn ar ifr v interesting types in a standardized so- men beauty, was a brilliant, dash across the quiet ' tones of a Cinderella background "one .winter. Then she went to London, where she wore a coat Of roval fpalhora t tha tlon and afterward fell HL It is sad even,nS, when Mrs, Gertrude Wilder to picture the - vivid personality sub- Jecam tfle bria of Mr. Cnrzon Us dued to. invaUdlsm. A debutante of00"16- ReT- Williams officiated, some future season is the small PrinM Mrs- Wilder was attended y vMrs. cess LiUuokalant hn'nmmiiM'A ha Charles ViWeir as, matron of . hoilbr. .as Carmenesque and beautiful as her mother, the Princess David Kawana- nakoa, to complete-it - v- . , Thelma Parker ,...

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