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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 14 September 1912

24 HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN; SATURDAY, SEPT. 14, 1912. Mb .Bg' JAMES . OLIVER CURWOOD. Acthor of "The Daaset r, Tra!T 1 ; bo to e Botbs-fTerrlH Ox .',:' CHAPTER IV. The Fight at Oawn. v TT mi a oew team. It bad come Itroto tbe trails . to the east, and ' Jan's beart, gave a sudden Jump . aa be thought of the , missionary who was expected with the overdue call. At first be bad a mind to Inter cent the' figure laboring acrosa tbe open, but without apparent reason be changed bla course tnd approached tbe As be came nearer be observed a sec end figure, which ruse from behind :s Cw :t O-t a pcwerful JFist and Cent t! s Ley Hx.'rj to the Ground. ; 3 t:. i czl ilrczczi to meet tin. . d:r:a pices ttcud cf tLa team It . ; pel crd waited. ' J . ' V Cur C:z 0 tear citatrytlon t vt'T2 ofrtli to take thea any r:r." t?M a v;' -.. They'd dia like r'-s rsicr r.-.i rickar.;;r.v;y .' -.j Vw:;2 tir:: .i Jan. De advanced i L'.j l-.:": to fire, so that , be .'I t:? U ? jtrucjrer. "Vca c:a from Churchill b...

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. — 16 September 1912

fren 8. F.t ;- - Mongolia, Sept 20. Fr 8. F.i Persia, Sept 17. From TincoBtert Zealandla, Oct 9. Fw Yascouteri Marama, Oct 8. ' 0 4 j r TT H o o -: t 7- 0 3 Evening Bulletin. Et 1882; No 5342. Hawaiian Star. Vol.' XJLi Nd:' 6383. V ium lit- h-l. ; lit-y..? ,.v' ; ipjipf r-r n-rn PQfjpnr Declares LaieSJiippeft Hais Given Better Rates Than. L. Tennev Peck Upholds- Frear Says Hawaiian Should, be ' r Give n More Eh cdurage men t I n Territory's. Affairs , Discrimination by the Inter-Island Steam Navigation - company in its rates was the charge made this mbrn lup by Alfred AV. Carter, manager of Parker ralch, -when Secretary of the Interior Fisher called upon him to dis ctieg Hawaiian conditions. .v ' Mr. Carter not only said that In the past he knew discrimination had been-pi-acticed and believed itr still was. but declared that he himself, as manages - cf a large ranch, had received better rcies on cattle-shipping than smaller . thirpers. ;v 'v ' ': ' -;' -1 Ifr. Career's ' testimony f...

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. — 16 September 1912

r . rf HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN; 3IONDAY, SEPT. 16, 1912. 1 . 1 , 4-v -r ft, XL Fifty per cent of the one hundred End thirty-four cabin passengers to ar rive from San Francisco this morning in the ever popular Oceanic liner Si erra are tourists, according, to the statement of genial Tom Smith, veter an purser and all-around good fellow in that liner. . ' A score or more of the arrivals were school . teachers who upon re-touching terra; firma at once proceeded to take ap tnelr ,work.- ' ' . '.'. Captain H. C. Houdlette, command, crj of the SierraV was at his post on the .bridge , this morning despite the fact that the doughty skipper had, but tHo days before sailing from San Francisco, figured as a passenger in a large motorcar that had been met in collision with a railway train, result ' lngw la almost ' fatal injuries to one member: of the party, while Mrs. Houdlette was still under the care of a physician when the Sierra left the ... . coast for. Honolulu. Captain Houdlette came out...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 16 September 1912

HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, MONDAY, SEPT. 16, lbl2. 1 si v v.. la ,' ? 1 -. .if snV. V Mr v.- l j - 6 K 3 V FISHER HEARING (Continued from Pare 1) At the conclusion of the morning's work. Secretary. Fisher said that the party will leave tomorrow evening for Kauai, and the plan now is to return early Thursday morning. Fisher read over a list of names of witnesses men tioned and still to be called, the lust including W. D. McWayne, Wallace It. Farrington, A. F." Judd, F. L. YVal dron. C. C. Bitting, Dr. E. V. Wilcox, S. Sheba, J. A. McCandless, B. O. Clark, J. G. Smith, Cecil Brown, J. W. Pratt, A. L. Castle, I). L. Within. ton, Waher Bradley. George F. Ren ton, S. T. Starrett. F. B. McStocker, E. I. Spalding, C. K. Notley, D. P. R. Isenbere and tt. W. Shinele. W. D. McWayne, a small farmer, and E. K Ellsworth, his son-in-law. may be called tomorrow morning. A. W. Carter, manager of the Par ker Ranch, was the first witness call ed at the Fisher hearing this morn 'Inc. He was a member of t...

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. — 16 September 1912

3 HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, MONDAY, SEPT. Kyi 912. LETTERS ON TIMELY TOPICS r i PERSONALITIES PJLEY H. ALLEN EDITOR MONDAY . : . . . .HE PTE M BEIMOJ, 912 Belief m comjtenMnttfhi, or, that nothing i got for . nothing, vhamvUrizc all ru limbic mind. Emenson. ';J I '. (" " THE FAIRNESS OF THE HEARINGS The Star-Bulletin is glad to hear from the Ilev. Stephen ?L. Desha that lie made no. such : tatementH on the Fisher investigation a credit ed to him yesterday morning. No'one, however jirejudiced, could have made such .statements if he had followed the investigations at all closely. Secretary v Fisher has evidently not .heen wayed hy the presence of ladies of the govern or's family, in the senate chamber, for the secre- X a.ry has. repeatedly qucsUonttlitoesse upon the specific point as to whether or notan execu live here would be influenced "by such' family connections and social ties. - As to the statement that Fisher distorted (rutii In telling George K. Carter he was un: ware of any la...

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. — 16 September 1912

'I. v V .J- M. . It HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIX, MONDAY, SEPT. 16. 1911 X Af .THE SCHOOL WORK NOW THE POINT After a summer of glorious re?rea tions and pleasurable exercise the Kchool children, both old and young, have put aside play for work. The absolute putting away of frivo lities however is done most conscienti ously ty the college student who dur ing the four years of Lis course has little time for recreation. The gram mar school student has too much, or rather makes too much time for play y and in many instances the studies are neglected. The preparatory schools convene at nine o'clock Lave two recesses curing the day and close at two. These are .easy hours for the child. Too easy Iicssibly, for it pays little heed to its studies before reaching the seventh or eighth grades. Many of the subjects are not comprehended by the student woo is usuauy incuneu 10 leave lue i hard work to the teacher, taking little ' of the burden upon himself. The mo ment the two o'clock bell rings, books...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 16 September 1912

,1, 1 1 Cwyw G HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, MONDAY, SEPT. 1(5, 1012. ; -.-.-rid' . v ;!' .V J v J ' . t 4 ;i ' 1 J' JORDAN'S STORE UPSTAIRS Bargains in BBS of 4'- 4- 5 J . DOWNSTAIRS ..... - j; A v i i::v, The Quit Jfta 1noc J c uimm Thi8 ,1s tlie closed season for jJele- J friends. There, is no more impres. : " pater , ibut we should nevertheless Uive sight than bat;of ;10S8 sterling .' study 4Sem .ttith ,care. for ..lUtelthe J and able jdelegate ia a crowded: . con-ftveriteen-vear locosts, ttey are bound I vention hall, standing on their bind to jpotne again." i r !i I -1 using Iheir heaven-sent'wis- A 'delegate If a man elected bv a dom .In throwing .Uetri hato into the Primary; or by n large man - in : a - rafters becajjge .a brass band has t$ , speckled vest, to' do. the' thinking for , ws comniuniiy. ,uraie pp ctobbu because they,' are supposed to develop :: rnornteIltehee ter ; thlnnte'iin deV a ? Ud ,tjianl .t,h,e-.cojnon r;ug !tiien -nnd to re wipdora in a rottventlosn? Javlshly...

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

- . nOSOtTOU OTABCLtETi Mbxn:vv. SETT 11 ' 1 ;'v.' r.?v:i j-r-rv 4? i 4 c 31 irig the Pupil Needs at Lowest Prices 1 f " " -l : --. . v " . : Eyeryth 1 , Jrens,- Ink, Fenci Erasers Riileris, Spbnge Slates, Slate PenilsSciBdok Separiate Leaf Note Bo'oJk Gdmpotion Books, ' Drawing Instmmetits Omw Alexander Young Bldg; (Note: W 06 Not Sefl School Bbolfs) r:;;.:AIerideY6un . OFPflSlcE RULE MODIFIED Ott' account or a moderation of th ; recently, ordered JibollUoh o.the gen ; eral delivery and lock box service on Sundays, it will. still, be possible for persons expecting letters of Import. . ance , to obtain 5: tbem on Sundays -if the ot3ce bf origin . Is' known .'to . the recipient, according to Postmaster -This modification has grown out of Ahe protest which' aTose" when it be came known. that the general and lock box r delivery service ,had been . discontinued. In' cases - whereby de lay in .te1 receiptor a cdihmunicatlon " would-be ernbarrasing pi ln;qnv Anient ' to the persons to who...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 16 September 1912

r ,ix- 8 HONOLULU. STAR-BULLETIN, MONDAY, SEPT. 10, 1912. i IGNORANCE OF CHAUFFEUR CAUSE OF LEVIS ACCIDENT Yilliamson & Batiolph Stock and Bond Brokers Man Driving Car in San '"""rJZZ Cisco Drove Full Speed Into Grade Crossing and was on the crossing, before t saw (be train. I tried to stop bat saw that it would be impossible, and so ptft RAM VRAVPISPO Pal Ront ! ' n U;ine power m matinuc, uui One person was probably fatally and wa not ?ui enough and was hit ct nthpr. .oririitiv iniiirMt u-hpn thm squarely in the center of the car. .inmAMi.nrw v nf iinnniuiii! Motorman D. R; Doan of the Key Phone 1482 - P. 0. Box 43 MEBCHAXT STREET T Honolulu StocK Exchange Monday, Sept 16. NAME OF STOCK. Bid. Asked. MERCANTILE. C. Brewer & Co CTTn ID t-i iii i n a n i m i Eiwa riaiiULiuu i,o. at. . . r . - . I It nil If XII II II -JflilllllKN HI V1I1 I r I rnninpfl wiin a kpv nninc -i ram ai. " - i Hopkins' street and The Alameda. ?Corthbrae, yesterday afternoon- v Tne Injared. V Miss Nelli...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 16 September 1912

KM r Prtn 8.P.t : Mongolia, 8ept. 20. ForF.t Persia, Sept. 17, '"From Tan con ten, ! Zeaiandia Oct 9. Fer Ytneoaten Marama,' Oct 8. C ! 7- Evening Bulletin; Est 1882, No. W42 Hawaiian, Star., Vol. XX.. No. 6383, sparge a lU lili lllllillllife X. .:.!h 1 , , - le w I . i W ,,i Declare Given Better Rates Than Small--L. Tenney Peck Upholds Gov. F rear S ays, Hawaiian Should be Giyeh;Mor6E Territory's Affairs , v Dlscrlmisatlon tr the Inter-UIand Stean Narlratloa: company '- In ftt .rites was t!: a charge made this morn Ihf by Alfred : W. Carter, manager ofv ' Parker raich, when Secretary of the Interior Fisher called upon him to dis cuss Hawaiian conditions. . . . v . C, . Mr. Carter cot cnlyaald that In the -past he tsew discrimination hadvbeen : practiced and believed it atlll waa, but declared tliat-.ke himself, as manager ofv a lorse rr.r.ch, had received better ' lates on cculs-Ehlpplng" than-smaller IV.?7CT8. - ' . - . Mr. ' Carer's testimony furnished several ir.t re'ilr. featur...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
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Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 16 September 1912

. ' , f '. ' r. f y' , . -.. 4 A ar A b' i i 1H 1 i 5 Hi 4 ; c Slinppiiiiif j Fifty per cent of the one hundred find thirty-four cabin passengers to ar rive from San Francisco' this morning n the ever popular, Oceanic liner Si' erra are tourists, according to - the statement of genial Tom Smith, veter. an purser and all-around good fellow in that liner;--, ; . f. h . v a - A score or more of the arrivals were school teachers who upon-re-touching terra flrma at once proceeded to take '.'VLp their work.1 i- ; v" ; yd r--' .Captain IL C Houdlette, command. : er of tbeSIerra,',was ? at his f.post on the bridge this.' morning, despite the fact thathe doughty skipper bad, but two days before sailing rfrom r San Francisco, figured as a passenger In a large motorcar that had been met in collision with av railway train; result ing . ia- almost; fatal rinjurleato j one member rf of the-partyr whiles Mrs, . Houdlettex was uUU under tbe'caretof, a physic svbenahe Sierra Jen - the coast, forjHon...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
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Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 16 September 1912

1 ; HONOLULU ; STAR-BULLETIK, 43IOKpAT, SEPT. 16, 1911 ? ; ) 991 r A 'I (Continued from Page 1) : I n At the conclusion of the morning's work, Secretary Fisher said that the jarty will leave tomorrow evening for Kauai, and the plan now is to return early Thursday morning. Fisher read over a list of names of witnesses men tioned and still to be called, the list including V D. McWayne. Wallace IL Farrington. A. F. Judd. F. L. Wal dron. C. C. Bitting, Dr. E. V. Wilcox. S. Shoba, J. A. McCandless, B. O. Clark, J. G. Smith, Cecil Brown. J. W. Pratt, A L. CastJe. D. L. Withing. ton,' Walter Bradley, George F.. Ren ton, S. T. Starrett. P. B. McStocker, E. I. Spalding, C. K. Notley, D.. P. tl? Isenberg and R. W. Shingle. W. !. McWayne, a small farmer, and E. K. Ellsworth his son-in-law, may be called .tomorrow morning. A. W. Carter, manager of the Par ker Ranch, was the first witness call ed at the Fisher hearing thlsvmorn ingl He was a member of the land board appointed by Governor Frear i...

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. — 16 September 1912

i ; .''- HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, MOXDAY, SEPT. 16, 1912. V V : 's.-vv';'. - LETTERSMCfN flNlilEW PERSONALITIES .1 i V t'1 '1 s ! ' '"V t' ' " 1 " ' ' r 1 r ?JLEY H. ALLEN EDITOR I MONDAY ..SKl'TEMBEK 10, 1812 ,iBclicl ' in;' '.compensation , or, thai nothing is noV. for" niAhin'g'iharvvt'erizvM- all taluabU THE FAIRNESS GF THE HEARINGS ; 'The Star-Hulleti.n 18 iilad to bear, from -the IJct. Stephen' L. Desha that he inadeyno sueh tatcmcptis on the Fiher invcstigatioii accredit- 1 to him yesterday marning. No orte, howjever prejudiced, could have made sucIl statements if he had followed the investigations atall closely. Secretary , Fihcr has ' evidently, not been swayed by the prraerice. of ladies fcfjlie govern or's family in the senate chamber.. for'the secre- lary nas -repeattxiiy' quesiiimwi" finesses upon the specific point as to,Iu'r;r:not t ivo here would le influenced by such family connections and social ties. N . An" to the statement that Fisher distorted : ru I h in tellin...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
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Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 16 September 1912

HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, 3IOS,pAY Sfel?T. ilG, 1912. - ' 1r V r . ...... inmna r p n nn a v' SEHOOiiWORIt KOV THE POINT a "X . i ,:'- . ifter a summer of glorious recrea tions and pleasurable exercise " the school, children; both old .and -young, hare pat aside play for work. The absolute putting away of frivo lities however Is done most contcienti ously ty the college student who dur ing the four years of his course has little time for recreation. , The gran mar school student has too much, or rather makes too much time for play and In many Instances the studies are neglected. - r' - flie preparatory schools convene at nine o'clock hare two recesses oaring the day and close at two. These are easy hours for 'the child. Too easy possibly, for it pays little heed tojts studies before reaching the seventh or eighth grades. . Many of the subjects are not comprehended by the student who is usually 'Inclined to leave the TrTrSt L fnuJm ere cast aside and not, taken up until -S& w Lmm- ...

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. — 16 September 1912

v." G HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, MONDAY, SEPTJ 10, 1012. 5 A- JORDAN'S A JstoMmewsa this week UPSTAIRS Bargains in Odd Lines . of -'... . "" , " .- V r x ' ' ';' : ; ; ' ,; V DOWUSTAIRS - j .7 - ;H..' iiiC uait ..r:'-.,H - ' J' - f - ' -1 -.'. , . ...'"- ::rZlchStochMin2: Ci::t2' 6 zt at Cost By GEORGE . - - : c This is the'cloef fteascn for dele- Trlends. -VThere ' ;l8r n6 more Impres. - ' -pater but re! should nevertheless Uve'kight than Uat;of -.loss: sterling ' ; : ; iih . fnr Hkft the knd able idelegates in a crowded con- . rventeen-tenr loeustfvHbpy are bound l ' - : tc. rorae again." '. ,..::' a4 mn Viprtd bv a J Z . Urtii'Ww' iK a! i;;-f'ijk-WVet:'t5Wth' thtc tor Iiitf community. Debate areicnoaen-j bt-cauKe they" are auposed td Heyel)o more Intelligence per "minute unfir load than the common" j plujt,V42'. and tf ijf wisdom in a contention tf Uv Ishlj ia thev, ordinary ;rhan me ljchinvoa-te-"n4: : !; - J. rr.ctlrae8 there Vy ."dlrpYite n- " rival, delegates are appointed, by r...

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

h y . y'y 3 Z 7 Pens, Ihfe, Alexknder Young Bldg. ; OF POSTflFHCB RULE MODIFIED ' , . On account of a moderatloa'of the ' recently ordered abolition of . the gen ; eral delivery aad iock box eryice,on '. Sundays. It will still ; be posslblefor ; persons expecting letters, of v Import ; &nce to obtain them on Sundays If . the office -of origin Is known to the V recipient; according to r v Postmaster v -; Pratt- U , ;j-f.C'Ji . : 4 . ; This modification has, grown out of - tbe protest, tfhich. aroe ,wheo .It Jje came known , that the general and lock box- delivery . service, had. been ; d l8ContiJiuedfu..Ia. jcaspsw.he.rf hj'de: lay in the receipt ota communication : would be embarrasing or inconvenient to the persons. totjrhomilt. Is a4dres : ed, inquiry at the .main o45ce, it:4a stated will causo. search to be made for the letter,, which will be given to . the applicant. - :r , ; '. - ; : v-The modification restores the. usual 'delivery gf post office matters, to. jer Rons stopp...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 16 September 1912

HONOLULU STSR-BDLLETIN, MONDAY, SEPlt U, 1012. 7 X MAKE OF CHAUFFEUR CAUSE OF LEVIS ACCIDENT Mflfl nrivinn f!flr in an FMn.,(Ji(l not know of the crossing. I was man urmng oar in oan rran-, , . t tWMtT.mItM hour l and was on the crossing before 1 saw ttfe train. I tried - to stop. but saw that it would be impossible, and so put on all the power in the machine, but Cisco Drove Full Speed Into Grade Crossing SAN FRANCISCO, CaL, Sept .9. ' ' . i.l. 1. I . Lit -v ...I..M. f.in. nllt was boi quick, kuuuku uuu was mi six others seriously injured when the; relr in the center of Jne car. ., .m,. ii, v i -Lt. r itnnnini,, Motonnan D. R. Doan of the Key aukyiuwuito v ... , t " I . j 4 r T I J f Buuru, wuu was uic uui ucai ccnu ne8s, verified this :.. part- of Rose's statements. None of the other -mem bers of the party were able to make illiamson & Battolph 5f ocft dn J Bond Brokers Phone IiS2 r P. ol'Bex 628 S3 MEBCHAXT "STREET Honolulu StocK Exchange Monday, Sept. 16. NAME OP STOCK. ' Bi...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 16 September 1912

HONOLULU STABULlTINMpNDAY, SEPT; 16? 1912. 1 1 . '. 77;T7r7 X) News - and Comment Written by Experts .. Edited' By P S V L3 JLL iiii .-4 X x ALAMEDA 51 ERRA AND LOOK VERY CLASSY Cpast OarsmerrWill Get Their Barge in the Water Today and Take Their First Spin in H awaiian Waters Full of C6n- fidence butDo Not Underrate Ability of Island Crews v ' With the colors of their club drap ed over' the rail or both upper and V it lower decks of the Sierra, and "with M .bright pennants waving a greeting to r - a m i m . I weir prospective nosis ana coming n .., vals, the Alameda rowing crew reach ed Honolulu this moping. A good ' ' sized delegation of local oarsmen and . others interested in tne success oi ' Regatta Day was on hand to welcome the Invading sportsmen and the other . memberaof their party, and before they had been on -dry land five min v utes the Alamedans were made to feel thoroughly at home, . .5 The visiting oarsmen are" a sturdy looking lot, and all are feeling in top- of forc...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 16 September 1912

10 :ys:J-:. V.v.:'-V:-?Kj-: r HONOLULU BTAR-BUIilTOf, MONDAY; SEPT; 16, 1912. ..... . 1 v..--...,--, ' ., V: - FOR SALE 1 " ' FOR RENT - FURNISHED ROOMS! ; f-' v:. s. -v . -s. r -v Sv --II I 1 I - ...... . ...... I . , . . . WANTED We've got 'em. 'Not the D. T.'s, but tlie soda water drinkers we were af- ter, We're Lad to put In another bot tling table. Honolulu Soda Water Co 34 A N. Beretanla. Chas. E. JYasher, mgr.; Phone 3022.- 4841-tf Partner wanted. Energetic "young inan from Boston with $700 capital wants to engage in some profitable business. "B.", this office.. - . 52S8-2t V;'-",;. Two r young men , - with thorough knowledge of grocery business want employment, wholesale or retail. "Grocery,- Y. M. C, A. , A 340-lt "Any. person musically inclined to.de . veiop . that talent by taking , lessons from Ernest K. KosV . 9 .Young v Eldg.; Tel. 3687. , ; . - k.6S02-Sm " Partner with $850 capital to Invest in : good business. Open 'for investiga tion. Address M..J.". BuUeUn of . fle...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 16 September 1912

.. y . . HONOLULU; BTAR-BULLETIX, MOXDAY SEflYlG, 1912. 11 . tl y 5 . , !.. I: 1 cMc. Sfeamsfe ,C: r FOR SAN FRANCISCO S. 8. 8ie rra .,. i. ....... Sep 1 21 8. 8. Sonoma... ...... .Oct, 4 . 8. 8. Sierra....... Oct. 19 C Brewer Co., Ltd., T -" : : .- . . . - I - : Pacific Mail v . ... . ' .. ..' steamers of the above company will call at Honolulu and leave this - port on or about the dates mentioned below: FOR THE ORIENT j 1&. 8. Mongolia;.... ....Sept. 20 8. 8. Persia. ........ .Oct. 12 8. 8. Korea . . . . . . . . .... Oct. 1 8 For general information apply to H. Hablif old cfe Co., f"" , : ... 'V . ,.-7-- . ,l, ,' : .Btesmcrs of, the above Company, will call at and leave Honolulu on. or about the dates mentioned belowC., .Kty::,l'.'-C.l FOR THE ORIENT - 8. 8. Nippon Msru......8.pL27 ; 8.: Tenjro ' Maru . . . . . . ... Oct 3 8. 8. Shinyo Maru....... Oct 25 ; .r'tJiMx: - ' . t - t .r' Calls. At Manila, otnlttins call at : ; CASTLE & COOKE, LIMITED, Agents, HonotuIiLf ; v Dire...

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