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

i HONOLULU STAE-BULLETIN, - THURSDAY, SEPT. 12, 1012. , ' . . . f - .. ;v 7r?r?, or ai -ii -V 13 the Greatest Bargain Event in Piece Goods f ". this city has ever known. ; '?t x0:'t: Hundreds of deUghted customers are .saving money by taking advantage of this Sale;; 1 The Sale will continue until all is sold, ? The: following list comprises the offerings; Imported Charrrieute, 42 jriches";wldVvV 24-Inch Crepe' Meteors, tale price i . ; ; .: . f , . ... . ..... . ... : . .75c yd." , 44-Inch Fre nch ' Crocaded Marquisette .'...V'.V...V. . ..,'..' .. $15 ydV: 54-Inch French Crocaded Chlf font. . . ...... ...;.... . .. . . .$1.75 yd. ( J-lr.ch Clcsant Flcral Crepe de Chine. . , . . . V... . ;.75c yd. i ( O-lnch Palm C re ce, e ve n i ng shades . . . . ', $1.25 yd. I Imported Clack Palm Crepe.'7;V..Vi' Fir.a Silks, 23 Inches wjde, all colors.", .....W.V.iVi-USSc ydi Imported and Domestic' Pongee ' Silks. . . . ... . .50c, $1.10 and $1.1$ yd.? AllClIk Mescalines, any color, at..'....H...V...

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. — 12 September 1912

Y i: Ifews and : Comment Edi ted By Written by Expertsi l. rediiig.t.qii '. ; l IT) . : i MI X : rv i I AM, , V. i mm mm.. a. m i i . m m m r w w r i m m w ' f m . . : i v t a i v. ... - - , f I - - MM- 11 II II 11 111 I I I - II 11 1! : ' . I - y 1 1 II - l - .r1 ... ' ' -' " - ' - . ' '--- ' - - - ' m J mmamamm mmamu mml I WnB V J r A. A. '0. TSEATE SAIHMIADAYrvfEl '1 - 'That the Iron hagd of the A. A. U. Y Jnay descend on thet Hawaiian Row " ,-' fng As&oclation with a mighty smack became known last night, and caused ' ''A' pretty flutter in rowing-and gen eral athletic circles The Hawaiian , Athletic Association, local branch of that -autocratic arbiter of sport,, the Amateur Athletic Union, will not give ' : sanction to the Regatta Day program unless ' the cash prizes offered for V: some of the races are crossed off the prize list The Hawaiian ; Rowing As- sociation is defiant, and insists that It will run Its own meetings in its own way, and will not .tolerate interfcr ence...

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. — 12 September 1912

r HONOLULU. STARBULLETIN THURSDAY, SEPT. 12, 1012.; 10 j . . 1 mmimm v - J-.IX IR- .11" n- imm$&&- -: vt ,r 'Oi , LSL ' SaaSS"mBSjMl SB HBW MaMMMM SMS BM M BMBM BJBSflBml M BRaWia MMMMjmmmmmmmm ""''MMMMMMMIMHNMMMWHMHVMMaMMMaHHHWaMMa . r ' 4.- WANTED .We've got 'em. Not the ,D. but : the soda water drinkers we were af . tf r. We're had to put In another hot Ulngr. table. - Honohilu , Soda Water Co., 34 A N. Beretania. Chas. E. ' Fraaher, mgr.; Phone 3022.:. , - - ; . mi-tt V;. ;; ' Any pereon musically Inclined to de ' velop ' that talent by taking lessons from Ernest K. Kaal, 9 . Toung Bldg.; ,TeL 86S7. , ' SM2-lm Small furnished house, In desirable ' v neighborhood, Vby couple .without f i chlldrea MZ43,' care Star-Bulletin, Tartner wanted. Energetic vy young ' . man from Boston with $700 capital .-. wants to engage. Id stfme profitable business, "a", this office. , - Furnished room ; In private family. walking dlstanoo from town. Kefcr : cnccs. . k-5338-2t:v-'. Two ladles ...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 12 September 1912

HONOLULU BTAR-PULLBTIK THDRSPAT, BEPT. ISTMl j 11 '-"- -If- Or AUTHORITY. r V FOR RENT FURNISHED House on .Green St, ,::-:two-.BedroomB ' $45 per month . ' . .. - Hoxireon ITeTzalo St, 1 ",Threo Bedrooms $75 pernohth. tZi CETHEL STREET" W. :C....'A;H;I, ATTORNEY AT LAW Kcplelsnl CuIIdlnj Honolulu, f. K P. O. Cex CtJ E. G. Dai: unbare stocks . -'-; bonds . ISURAN.CE- ' REAL ESTATE: ' v LOANS NEGOTIATED 7" r-. f . r' ..4 rf4 , k, , .... ,.1 U . l-n c: ' v. ii vv ZZZT III Till r '.'JXIICT - , U E I! ' Y. .f:.:C.D, ftlff f rt f CI? i i n p : Go; : General Agentor Hawaii: . Atla Assurance Company of ? London, New York under' , writers' 'Ajcncy; -Providence . .; Washlnston Insurance ; fjCo. :f 4th Floor, Stansenwald Cldg. ; U ' VX tOOO-.FET 4-lriCH: ' : : Garden Hose Extra Good Val ue 25 Ft , JAMES GUILD COMPANY " T - ..J . : EVErrnHlNfjjii FURNlTJUREj 7iro Ecd Co, Corner Alakea and K Ingests. Your attention is called to the fact that we "have ; Just received,- by last boat from the CoasC...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 12 September 1912

14 HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, THUBSDAY, SEPT. 12, 1912. U.8. .- 4 PREPARES! a a ' : YOU Zl . Black Velvet, Black - Satin, - Patent, Dull Calf. Tan Calf - . - Q3.5Q.dPair. ... -,...-.'. . .;3-. -" ' ! r" o Of 1 r ,s tr- i; u ir. nil . 1 - . 'i .. : " . Including:" nil : fish Sets . Cclic Sets Ten Sets -C:rry Sets Olive Dishes C.rry Cowls Sr!nd Cowls CaKe Plates . . Chop Plates ; Odd Plates Single or by the Dozen Spoon Trays Celery Trays' Cups and Saucers Cream Pitchers ; Sar Cowls - v Etc., Etc., Etc. y .. . : i: - Everything at about Half Price. ; Sale Starts, Tuesday,. September 3rd . E, Q. Hal! Sons, ' Household Dept. Cor. King and Fort Sts. TAKE CHARGE OF FRUIT FLY HlillT California Out Control of the Campaign to Pass from Local Board President Giffard of the board of agriculture stated today that a meet ing of the board would be held within a couple of days, when he would sub mit for acceptance a plan 'of coopera- I tion with the federal authorities In the fruit-fly, campaign. ; As...

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. — 12 September 1912

Tnzx 8. F.i Nile. Sect 13. ' From Yanrtivt ri Zealandla, 0ct9. - . Per YaaeoiTers ; j .- : ; Marama, Oct; 8. -' ' .'" I ' ess irTTTT f? rr " Evening Bulletin, Eat 1882. No 6339. s -":v- :; -": . .. . ; - ' .v;.v.,v-v - ... - .: -v-v"-.;v ;: :'. . . . v-v;v - . , Hawaiian star. Vol xx,' No! 6380 'f " 14 PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, THURSDAf, SETO. 12, 1912. 14 PAGES. ;s. J i i v : , . , PIICE FJ VE CEKTS V V 10 W. W. Gbodale, Faxon Bishop v Govern or And Delegate All Quizzed--iFrear Says Against Non-Resident For Govern br--Bishop Also--Kuhi6 IDoubtful 1 Waialua Fin arices - And Prod ucti'on Gostv' r Arc Probed Secretary of the -Interior Fisher firote his questions deep Into Ha nail's trocttcs today, and with hk klcctly tut tczrt)-Ar.z Queries went to matters r.rt ':.-u:.I!y discussed in pub lic fcerp, i -N j rl.nps on the politi cal ftv . crs-vd of eager, specta tcrs 1.... . :.::a-t breathless on his inquiri, s cr ! their answers. ' , o, manager or: waia- :- r.:-hop-f , ArL....

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 12 September 1912

HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, , THURSDAY, SEPT. 12, 1912. i- - k II FOBMPII ' til ? " A , marked '' increase in cargo offer Irgs ttd American-Hawaiian steamers is noted at Puget Sound ports accord ing to . advices brougnt to Honolulu with'4' the arrival 6f the steamship Co lumtlah now being discharged of a shipment of general cargo and to be ) diupatcbed for Sallna Crux by the way 'ol island ports' Saturday evening. Tbe, -Steamships -Lyra. "Isthmian Xetraskan and 1 Nevadan well known here and whlca hare of late been oper ated on-a" run1' between' Sallna Crux, Cm Francisco and Portland; are said will be tent on to Puget Sound to aid in the handling of heavy fall and win ter frcIshC especially consignments 'Of floury salmon, grain and lumber. At the present time large quantities Of these .. products are awaiting- ship mint to ' southern coast ports and to Europe.. ' , -' "'-'- . , While one or more of the American-; Hawaiian freighters now ."operated along the west coast of the mainland may...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 12 September 1912

-V' - HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN THURSDAYSEPT. 12,1912. f ISIIER HEARING (Continued from Page 2) homesteaders and Corporations, the Secretary asked If he thought there should be a limit to the amount of land a corporation might hold. To this Mr. Bishop replied that he would rather not express an opinion at this time. The hearing then adjourned to 9:30 o'clock tomorrow morning. - . Mr. E. Faxon Bishop was called upon by Secretary Fisher, and the hearing was as follows: Fisher: Mr. Bishop, would you mind making a few statements? You are connected" with the house of Bishop & Co.? : Bishop: No, I am connected with the. house of C. Brewer & Co. Fisher: How .long have you been a resident of these Islands? Bishop: Since February, 1883. Fisher: How did your connection begin here? Bishop : T My connection began her as office boy for C. Brewer & Co. Did you come here In that capacity or were you connected with that firm on the mainland? I came here as a protege of a rela five and bega...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 12 September 1912

i v . '. HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, THURSDAY, SEP!. 12,1912.- liii " LETTERS ON TIMELY .TOPICS PJLEY H. ALLEN EDITOR FOB THE LITTLE -FOLKS. THE DEMOCRATIC BOAST Althouell theTeeord of the Democratic House THURSDAY. . . .HKPTKMBEK 12, 1912 Error always more bttsy than ignorance. Ignorance in a blank sheet on which we may write, but error is a seribblcil wie Irftm which wv vi ust first "craKC.Colton. THE RACE ISSUE RAISED Delegate Kuliio and his jHditicarmaiiaeri :ind associates liave raineiDtOrtoji at last in a plain endeavor to defeat the .cause; of good gov ernment in Honolulu. ; , The call for the Kuliio eaucus.heralds the is- : uance of instructions to the followers of Kuhio, Andrews, et al., to down the responsible and in , clliffent candidates and to, place' in nomination ::cxt .week only those whowfij take 'programj made a political appeal to the voters. - from the, delegate, Andrews, et al. - It is; an open secret, a brazen boast of the Tuihio camp, that aside from ' a" few favo...

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. — 12 September 1912

p .i ' i HONOLULU STAB-BULLETIX, THURSDAY, SEPT. 12, 1912. x. s m ME L Prom the beginning of time the girl who is neat; about her person has at - tracted the "attention and admiration of her. associates. Some, are born k n tminpi ward, neatness.; When a eirl is little PERSONA the mother usually looks after the J neglect and carelessness that a girl combing of ber hair, etc., and the Jit will leave home In the morning with tie one gives no thought to such out having carefully polished ' her things herself. But from the age of . boots. One young girl who was ex twiv tn th ilm she reaches young , tremelr Dartlcular ; .. about r4 her foot- womanhood a girl is often apt .to be j wear used to carry , in her, book careless, and unless great care is glv-Jratchel a small piece of flannel with en to her training she is likely to grow slovenly. - ...- rn of the most Important , of the many little things that a girl should be particular about is tne care oi aw bands and finger nails. Everyone c...

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. — 12 September 1912

HONOLULU STAR-BIT tLETIK, iTIIUR SDA Y, SEPT. 12,1912. IF --.' - . a; r V : Y u ;. Next "-('. '" J- Monday Is Souvenir Day at the ? N-'i iviri ; We havt completed the Installation of our new "Silent ... . Salesman Shew case and "fceles Soda Fountain, and In vite all our customers, both present and prospective, to call and Inspect our remodeled store on ' ! ? t i i i t I - Jrhft) flow 4 xfr 1 ; See, Saturday's ,8taBtttetlnfmd' Sunday's Advertiser for ,our plan of giving the folldwlng souvenirs v , Absomtely-rFree . - - - m . -JAPANESE TRANSLUCENT EGG SHELL WARE IN TEA- CUPS AND SAUCERS, PLATES, AFTER-DINNER, CUPS AND SAUCERS, - M -' -V:.- - - ; : : : :. VANITY BOXES WITH PUFF. AND MIRROR BASE BALLS, JACKSTONE ' SETS; REXALL SHAVING LOTION, - , TALCUM PUFFS, . VIOLET TALCUM, ; -. s rCHAMOIS PURSE PUFFS, MAILE TOOTH POWDER, ' Vt ' HARMONY ROSE -.GLYCERIN SOAP, . r - - ; - ; 5focft aid Bond Etchers S3 JXEKCUA5T aXIIc&T - Honolulu :S!cl Excnange Tliursia; SepL 12. 5 NAME OP STOCK. - ...

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. — 12 September 1912

r ,' ''A 7 JJ 1 i m : i 4 V, .7-.;:: : 7; 'V""7V r 1 V 1- . ' V- ' v At the earnest solicitation'' of Ms friends,' "Jack Ddwsett' has" signified lis intention to become a "candid at? ? for a'sentorshlpahd' Will begin 'tis campaign at' once. ','Mr. -' Do-wset v 6crved' one" terrapin (h'e. Senaiev7Jdis-"j rpiajias remarKapie aDiucy; ana fery - satisfaction.' In" view of his "record, it Is not believed that he will meet with any opposition from any faction In the party. At - a : secret meeting of: theKuhlo " . coromlUee '.held, last night, - the Ju i " - ' - tcntlon of ICuhio" to ' take ' rarr.- in county !, ppllllcs .; -. vas ahnc r.ccd ' v - through ' a call "to r delesratc's :. tiee t , v with hibVjftnd 'join in,'; a; campaign fpr. ' ; control td;Jbei6ushlJ6ri;'thertrs,ceri;s; . f: v tue. The vcommltteer rKihio!' assent r -: ""'- ; ; in?r. endorsed Bartlett, Quinn, Elnoa . land John, AVaterhonser fpf 'unervisg -. urs. . n is poinieu pui jne. Encer: ity of the 'endorsement is likely ...

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. — 12 September 1912

0 HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN,; THURSDAY, SEPT. 12, 1012. Ni V ,. 'n iress" Sals Is the Greatest Bargain Event in Piece Goods this- city has ever lmown. ; : Hundreds-of delighted customers are saving money; by taking advantage of this Sale. ' The Sale 11 continue until all is sold; ' The following list comprises the offerings. Imported Charmeute, 42 Inchet wide. . . . . . . . . . . . 1 ; . ; .',' . .$250' yd. 75c yd. Clinch Crepe .Meteors, sale price.......',,........ 4lnch French Brocaded Marqii Isette'.T 4. . . . . ". $1 .85 yd.' Clinch French Drocaded Chiffons...... viV.V:V...$1J5 yd.f. S-Inch Cleant Floral Crepe de Chc,;fiU.',:tf$c yd. i 3-ln;h" Palm Crepe, evening &hade$J...;Usyri.$15dv rr.4 p'Tck Pafm;Crepe.iVV.r?. Pina Sll.k, Inches wide, all colors.i..ivr,..V.;....35c5yd fj Imported and Domestic Pongee Sllks.vAV.V, .50c $1.10 and '$1.15 yd. H All-Silk Meisallne, any culor, flt.. 3-Inch Meisalf nes, In 20 shades, at. ..V.. .V. . i v . . . . . .. ,75c yd. Dctic'd Silk futls, bl...

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. — 13 September 1912

4 - -a ,2:3 ' ': I Fmi 8. F.i Sierra, Sept 16. Fer 8. F.t , ; X' 1 Persia, Sept 17. ' A Frem Taneeottri ' Zcalandla, OcC 9. For Taneoflters . . .'Marama, Oct 8. Evening Bulletin, Est, 1882, No. 5340. Hawaiian Star, VoL XX.. No. 6381. .J Fisher Calls : on - Settlement Worker To Talk of Social Conditions Here -1 Secretary of the Interior Fisher-to day switched hU line, of Inquiry Into GLT2AT WAS' MARSHAL .COUi 3X203 :v : ::J" 'I ;ir' L l-M i LH ' " L t- I Here is the caU sent out byKahio's man- I mM: I , Sli.i :! j, , , ! v Jiawailan conditions fron,the cemmer- to raising 'the race : Issue In the tial and industrial side , to the human present campaign Kuhlo and his man and sociclojlcal side. Getting James : 8gers have Inrited 227 out of 337 dele ; A." Rath L-pcn the stand near the ena gates to. the; county and district con .f tie ccrtln; tesfion, the secretary . ventioa Jto getlier vatiNotley Hallto beran to delve Into social. conditional morrow .nizht '"'and the nand there tere with...

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. — 13 September 1912

HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, EKIDAY, SEPT. 13, 1912. t T P U P U L Af t ITY VI WS H IM CO ' Pointing with pardonable pride ' to a magnificent silver and golden cap. fourteen and one-halt Inches high, of Grecian ."deslm. and Kiiltablv ..in scribed, Captain j. H. Healy, master of the -United States army trans do rt - Thomas,' recounted some of the thril ling experiences ; in the treacherous waters and ice pack of, the far north, vhence, after weeks of hardship, he cafely brought the transport Sheri dan to her home oort at San Fran- -CiSCO. - : Captain W. P. Stimson. former . skipper In the Thomas, :. has . been transferred jto shore duty. . Captain ,StUn&on is , now rated --as . chief care; taker of vessels in the transport fleet, remaining at San Francisco. ter of a group of friends this morning ,pon .his arrival from the Coast He wiLii -thti rw.fnlpnt of k TolumA of sin- eere -congratulation over the auccess - . i ui outcome oi uio voyage wmcn car ried him and ma command to the Arcti...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 13 September 1912

HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, PBIDAY, SEPT. 13, 1913. 'Ml t - FISHER HEARIKG Z I (.Continued from p-agt T) business people here, and that as a whole the part-Hawaiians are becom ing better. - ; Besides Mr. Rath, the others who were called upon this morning were B. F. Dillingham, who told extensive ly of his railroad operations here; A. W. T. Bottomiey, of Bishop . Co., who was asked about the homestead- ing operations around Olaa, and. H Gooding Field the expert accountant. wno was cauea. on oneiiy u com ment on whsre he considers local conditions to need remedy. Mr. Field said ' that there Is too jnuch politics in local government affairs, but gave as his .opinion that the larger inter ; ests here . sincerely desire a change In the direction of more efficient gov emment but are handicapped because they are outvoted at the polls by forces which stand for Incompetency in office. Mr.' Fisher asked Field If the interests wou:d not exert more Influence nrovlded ' thev should adont a policy of...

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. — 13 September 1912

. f .. .... . J 3 HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, FRIDAY, SEPT. 13, 1012. 'HP lit LITTLE INTERVIEWS evening also turned his attention td J seme 56 years ago." fa chill of fear. Alter all. he seemed likely to overdo it to spoil eYeryth.n? I ith a cheap joke at tSe nd. ASHfc'ORD li "So one ever, knew better RILEY H. ALLEN FRIDAY..... .SEPTK3IRER 13, 1012 Our human latex arc but the copies, more-or less imperfect, of the eternal lairx, so far ax tre can r rcad( Mrrw.-Froiide. GETTING UKDER COVER Caught yesterday in "-as brazen a political trick as wax ever tried in this territory, Kiimo and his managers ire "getting under cover" just as fast as they tan; Kuhio backs out'of any responsibility for that appeal to race prejudice contained in the "postal card call" bv: declaring that : he didn't set the j card-sent out. that his committee did it all. And his commit tt composed of the saintly and sweet-scented M r. Andrews and tnree otn . ..... - a ers, issue a'statement this morning in which they a...

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. — 13 September 1912

HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, FRIDAY, SEPT. 13, 1912. ' V - I- if 7 - m we MommWMml KLe niSAPPFARS AWWA IILUMPKE LECTURES ON ROSA BOiEUR TO LARGE CROWD Kilohana Art League Rooms Filled by Audience That Hears with interest of Great Woman Animal Painter- Pictures on Exhibition V ' It is so seldom that lovers of art in least little bit. should allow the chance Honolulu hare an opportunity v ueet to see them and to hear of the life of to dlstlnguiibed an artist as Miss the artist as the-story has never be Anna . Klumpke that the reason for fore been told cere and wnicn contains filling the rooms of the Kilobaua Art notes not found in books,' pass by. League last night la eavy to find. The , Other paintings on exhibition; -were: ocs on was an Illustrated lcc' re on Deer Resting in Forest of Fountain the life of Rosa Bonneur,, the greatest tloau, Rosa Bonheur; Maternal 'Affec pt inter; of animal life the world has tions, Anna Klumpke; The Jost Sheep, ever known. Miss Klumpke Is parti- Rosa Bonh...

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