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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 16 September 1912

v 12 HONOLULU BTAR BtTLLETIN, MOXDA,SEUXmJU . f r -'. 1 . tr- ..V7 MasonicT empl A Weekly Calendar MONDAY: Loalii ( kaplcr o. 2, IliTuIur. TUESDAYi Honolulu Lodrr, Third WEDNESDAY Hawaiian Lodcr, Third IU. THURSDAY i FRIDAYt Oceanic I.odirc, Second Dep. SATURDAY; All visiting members of ;the ordtr are cordially Invited to'at tend meetings of local lodges. II OX OLULU LODGE, 61C, B. P. 0. X Honolulu Lodge No. 16, B. P. O. Elks, meets In their ball, on King . St, near Fort, every Friday 'evening. Vialtincr Brothers are cordially invited to at tend. : A. E. MURPHY, EvR. H. DUNSHEE, Sec. . Meet on the 2nd and, 4th Mon days of .' teach - month at jK. P. Hall, 7:30 p. m. Members of oth- Marine Engineers' er Associations Beneficial . are cordially ; In v Association - vlted to attend. ; TTM. JTcKiyLEY LODGE, S0.S,7 : : ' ;,; . JC.of -P, ' . ': : lfpt Trr 2nd snd 4th Prnr. FfTn day evening at 7:30 o'clock In jv. oi r. tian, cor. t on ana Beretania. Visiting'- brothers V cordially Invited to...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 16 September 1912

HONOLULU STAB-BULLETIN, MONDAY, SEPT. 16, 1912. 47 ) v 1 . 4 FOR RENT FURNISHED House on Green St., Two Bedrooms, $45 per month House on Kewalo St, Three Bedrooms $75 per month. Bishop Trust Co.. Ltd. 124 BETHEL STREET W. C. A CHI, 7 ATTORNEY AT LAW, y; y KapJelanl CuiUBni - tlonotulo.' H ;, . 17 Rf Box. tst, , E;& Duisenberg STOCKS . B0 N D S ISURANCE KEAL ESTATE LOANS NEGOTIATED IHOWBERG ' ARCHITECT.' ; kcitei jrarnlsLedloxulXuildinsi-' : ' Rates Reasonable. ;. ; ICO Hotel St, Oregon Bldg. TeL .DRINK : f.Iay's : OM Kona Coffee BEST IN THE MARKET i'-i HENRY M A V & C O. . Phone 1271 lU mm 2 THR Crossroads Do olishop, i Limited m . '-. Successors ' to X Crown & Lyon Co Ltd. ' ,,:.V ALEXANDER YOUNG CU1LDINQ ; Tverythlng In Cooks" -V x ' '-' - ,. . - - ORANGE BLOSSOM CANDIES The Most Popular Candies Made y on' th Coast 1 : ' . HONOLULU DRUG CO, LTD. 1224 Fort St Telephone 12S4 1 1U15 Clias. H. JEVaidor Company fkeae 1371 v 122 Kiay Ct "' ' TH"E ' ' . F. Dillingham Co: v LI...

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. — 16 September 1912

14 HONOLULU STAR-BULlXTiy;0iIONBAr, SEPr;ic; 1012.; f -r- - ' ;..v ' s Handsome I ewelrv otore Opened '.The last shipment passed the pure food man without a - Try some; of, the SMOKED RED SNAPPER, and SMOKED MULLET; from New Zealandthe finest fish ever told In thlt market. X : - : 1 i mm AM lib ,7- -. , '..?..':. :-:."fif':S-:;.'"f rri ;"?'-". I l-'.'i mi i ;'?:'...- f ' ' .... . U.-.''Jf Metropolitan rMeaf Market HEILBRON 4 LOUIS TELEPHONE 3445 v., VI". HIGH CUSS Upholstery arid Drapery Work J. HOPP & co:, Ltd. ... ) INTERSTATE THE ONLY COMPLETE CAR Electrically Selfj Started and Lighted' ! IODEL 405 Passenger, Fore Door Touring Or. , : IODEL 414 Passenger Demi Tctmeau. v 1 ' " MODEL 42 Rcudster type--airwith the .spleadid new, en bloc motor, 4 in. bore, 5 in. stroke; 40 H.P. MODEL 50 7 Passenger, Fore Door Touring' Car. : IODEL 514 Passenger, Demi Toxmeau. MODEL 52 Roadster type-Tall with the new fT" head 5 in. bore, 6 id. stroke motor; 50 H.P, GEO. W. MO ORE yr. Tc!r phone 19...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 17 September 1912

Frta 8. F.t MongoliaSept 20 ' For 8. F.t Honolulan, Sept. IS. From TtneoBTeri 0 Fer YancoiTerj Marama, Oct . Evening Bulletin, Est 1882, No. 6343. Hawaiian 8tar. VoL XJL, No. 6384. o-o o-o HO Declares Homesteading on Few Acres Not Feasible in 1 -Hawaii ' Dr. E. V.' Wilcox, Aead of the Fed eral experiment ctatidn here, told Secretary Fisher , emphatically this mornitf that' homensteadlng in Ha waii on a few- acrep is impossible as' a permanent system' for Americanlz : Ing this Territory. v.---'' .V y declaration was the feature of - a day given over to discussion of the - possitilities of farming on a small or . comparatively small scale and to hear lng from several men who are actual ly engaged. Jri thework i).ow. ' ' Dr. Wilcox declared that, the, min imum femount of land a homesteader should get is forty acreft and he said . that he. himself would not want to . tackle homesteading here on- less than ICO acres., :.".. , ''You can't plant men six acres apart and get very -big men.'h...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 17 September 1912

u BOJfOCCEU BT3K-BUCCETI!?, TUESDXT, SEPT. 17,' 1012. nipple Inter-Island Sailings This Day. liiU-riblaiMi bUnmerti to sat! -fur T-Kunr jMrt Huh day iru.-ludt the Mf-ainer IwalanL which was dispatch ed for Mahokona, Kawaihae and l!o- liolpu at noon taking general cargo and a quantity of explosives. Tbe Noau f to depart for windward .Kauai ports this evening with general cargo and a late mail. The Kinau with a number of dis tinRuifihed passengers including Sec retary Fisher and his party Is sche duled to depart for the Garden Island at five o'clock. The Kinau will take out a general cargo lor Kauai ports. The Mikahala is also on the boards for departure for Mani, Molokai and Lanai ports at five o'clock this even ing, taking a number of passengers, a general shipment of merchandise, including lumber and fertilizer and a late mail. Host of Passengers In the Ktlauea. nearly two nunarea passengers re- a rigntf.purchase lease. The home turned to Honolulu fronrKona and were mIxed Part-Ha-K...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 17 September 1912

1 HONOL0LU STAR-BULLETIN, TCESDAT, SEPT. 17, 1912. Political Notices POLITICAL NEWS AND NOTES V- " v. To Republican Delegates: - I hereby 'mpectfullr solicit ineln dividual - votes . of . delegates to the District and, County Convention of the Republican party for myself as candidate for Supervisor, hailing from the first, precinct, where I have been elected' as a delegate.. 1 am running on my record as a member of the first Board of Supervisors of the City and County of Honolulu, which I have had abundant assurance was a record that gave thorough satisfaction to all sections of the constituency.. - x .Yours respectfully, .DANJKLJ-OGAN. Honolulu, September 13, 1912. t NOTICE. - I hereby, announce my candidacy for the W rice of .Mayor . of the City and County : of Honolulu, . subject to the action of the Republican District and County Convention,; -' . - -.- v . I3U-51 - : ' ?- a vEBEN P. LOW. NOTICE.; i I hereby announce my candidacy for the or nee or, Supervisor for .the City and -...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 17 September 1912

HONOLULU- STAK-BULLETINY TUESDAY, gEPT; t?r 1012-" fMimm- il RILEY H. ALLEN EDITOR TUESIAV ... -KBPTEMBEU 1", Mtulcration ix the ilkvn tttriny running through thr; inurl chtiin of all cirturx.UUhon Hull. t,. THE REPUBLICAN PLATFORM The platfomi'-prmMitttl' to 1 lie Iteptiblicun (rrritnrial cormmtioD tliirt afternoon by the con vutiuuK, : plat form comniitttV ik on th whole a prorvHiyt iUmmiiih nt. It has Hornetl'iing to say, ami that something is Kaiil in no uncertain term. The land and water plank is a compromise, ami no man can vsay nbvr whether legislation kucIi as is suggested will work out to; the fnl lest . :XKvtaJionH "of;,1hose who adrocate the meas ures, but; we vbelieVc a sincere effort has been 1 mhde toward the oiiseralion of piibl ic lauds and water, even though' that effort is inextri cably mixed with territorial politics. Secretary Fisher's hearings huvc shown unniistakaDly that there is wide divei-geriee of opinion among men devotwlly -working for. the progress of ho...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 17 September 1912

HONOLULU STAB-BULLETIN, TUESDAY, SEPT. 17, 1012. cj- V . . 1- - " V REPUBLICAN TERRITORIAL (Confinued from Page 4) Congress of a memorial for an amend- utent to the Organic Act by which the) legislature of the Territory may have,v",r" lo norae )Mwer to act or may, should such ai course seem advisable, call a special election for a submission of the ques t ioti to the voters. CORPORATIONS OF PUBLIC UTILITY. In the enforcement and administra tion of Territorial laws governing cor porations of public utUlty. there is much that should be committed to a 1 "4 ""ca " muis iu- i.IJ " " Jl Kn..clal appointments 'to or for Hawaii, to .... .k... i h a ,-. f r'. r : r7tta'Hy Territorial forml 7"::"" ':; , ,rvZ RnHntVnt of " PnMlc TiilfmAl ?ri thSTtot tL0. Ll ! m 1L intto tZtoZteton to! L r;oVv ,i0t0 QrOMnr nd v reflate naTsemrer and rates m well as charges for mmnt'inJ ? r lilrtHiStv rTn.mioBjnn witb freight the consum and the transmission of mtEEages, with proper regard to the interests of bot...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 17 September 1912

., --HONOLULU : STAR-BULLETIN, TUESDAY; SEPT. 17, 1012. Williamson &Battolph LOCAL W GENERAL M mM's STORE MWS wis week UPSTAIRS Bargai ns in of Odd Lines 5foc& ancf Bond Brokers Phone 11S2 P. 0. Box 623 S3 2CEBCHA5T STBXET Honolulu StocK Excfmnfie Tuesday, Sept 17. NAME OP STOCK. Bid. Asked DownsTAins Tlie Quit Sale of T:2 I7:ofe Stock'bdnsJ : Cwsca Oaf ,af Cost ' . SOMETHING ENTIRELY NEW.' ' - .- t v v--'-- A new use for one of Hawaii's products that bids fair to be one, cf the fpremctt cf Hawaii Industries. ' The cotton Is grown by the Kaneohe Cctton Co. at windward Oahu. ' r- A ' These mattresses are guaranteed to be the best In the market ,: ( :.2-' r- AAispinnKj J 1 GUARANTtCD NOT TO 1 , ItUiiiiiU. 5-P0UND MATTRESS 40-POUND MATTRESS $26.00. $23.00 The mattress is filled with cotton felt ' manufactured ,: from se lected long fibre cotton grown on the Hawaiian Islands. Guaran teed never to get lumpyand to be the best felt mattress made."- ;;v, Should be given sun bath occ...

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

IBS: News., and Comment Written -by , ; Experts Edited By a L. RED I IT GT Oil I y-. ." ''.. k . 1912 FOOTBALL .... WEE SOME STRANGE PLAYS 3 FIGURE IN GOLF PLAY A. I.i U. iiJ. - CJ,: V Aiilvy r 1 i i m THE I. Hi i mm m CC3D - Many Improvements Over Code of Last Year Element: of - luck Somewhat - Lessened Among Teams ; r ! At the 1912 football season begins forcing Its uncombed head Into the things for near-future consideration, football coaches of .the country face a situation rery similar to that - which exit ted a year ago. .They are soon to enter upon work that 111 be mostly ' experimental f v VA'V, --, Last -year tfiey begad the "griafron campaign with a code of rules' that had been slightly altered -by the de- visionists-Hthey ,wre to experiment with them, for none of the: coaches knew, absolutely,' what coald be done With the v changed, regulations. The season, soon to be entered upon, pre Bents much the . same outlook; the rules hare only a vague idea ofwliat v they shall be ...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 17 September 1912

i1 v mm e nessi'fc V i i.iiK a Is, nwTm i t -;r "cr-,;:-: . Y'r-jhr-iHc if 7A " "'"irxr- ' nrtr " : 1 i st . i - ...-. WAfJTED Partner wanted. -: Energetic young man from Boston with $700 capital . wants to engage in some profitable , business. X this office, r 5338-2t ; ; ; , Any person musically- inclined to de velop that talent by takinj; lessons from Ernest K. Kaal, 9 : Young . Bid.; TeL 287, . k-5302-3m f Man who thoroughly understands tun " nel work and operation of air drills, by Alexander & Baldwin, Ltd. .-;r iv,-- 5538-lw . ; rnrnished room in : prlrate family, walking distance from town. ; Referw . ences... A,W this office. Small furnished, house, In desirable , , neighborhood, ...by couple without ; V : children. ; "ZU," care SBulletln! , Two ladies who; know how to sew. 'Apply V. . On Tal, 1190 Kmianu K Bt; nr; BereUnla. ' ' v 5336-lm RcllaMtf,' experienced rock crusher en -" gineer. Honolula Iron Works, Nu - : uann-St V - ' r ' M4 1-3 1 , . , To purchase physician's...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 17 September 1912

HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, TUESDAY, SEPT. 17, 101 e a i ...... ... . .... . .. . . , I ; 1 r WANTS nOVEIIEIITS OF HAIL STEAUEHS m M e Tl Estabttahed In 1858 J, r . . 4-' - T ' 1 9 FOR 8AN FRANCISCO , 8. 1L Sierra . . .-. . , . .' . . : . Se pL 21 8. 8. Sonoma.. ... ... . , ..Oct. 4 8. 8. Sierra. ; ...v. ... . ...Oct. 19 t. Brewer & Co., Ltd., Pacific Mail V ,;'.Y, . .: - si:;. ... 4ttearoer of the above company U port on or about the dates mention FOR THE ORIENT , - MAncAlti: - : .17:. Sent. 20 ! 8. 8. Persia... ... V.Oct. 12 f 8. 8. Korea u..iiri Oct. 18 f For general information apply to H; HaoIifold: & C3o.f f :I7T '. 1 1 Steaneraf tha, ibov Company AvfaAiit'YhaTailM mentioned below; FOR THE ORIENT r. . 8.. 8. .Nippon Msru..Sept27 8. 8. Tenyo Maru, . . . .Oct 3 ' 8. 8. Shinyo Maru..... . Oct. 25 rait isl Man: omlttlnr all at CASTLE-6 COOKE, LIMITED, Aosnts, HQac!u!u. . i; direct ;Service Between FROM' SAN 'FRANCISCO! : : ' - S. S l.unine.,. .opi 3 V S. 8. Wilhelmina. . . -.O...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 17 September 1912

HOKOLTJLTJ STAR-BULLETIN, TUESDAY, SEPT. 17 1012. 10 V f: 5 A : ' A: ' - "r ' ' .5 MONDAY , ; Lesbl Chapter No. 2, Reiroliir. Tuesdays . Honolulu1 LodgfV Third Def WEDNESDAY! llawallaa Lede, Third Beg. THURSDAY: 1 FRIDAYi' X Oceanic Indite, Shroud Peg. SATURDAY I All visiting member of the' order are cordially Invited to 'at tend meetings of local lodges. HONOLULU tODOE, ie, B;T P. 0. R Honolulu Lodge No. 6167 B. P. o; Elks, meets in their hall, on King- St, near Fort, every Friday evening. Visiting Brother are cordially Invited to at tend, V A. E; MURPHY, E.' R. jl dunshee; Sec. Meet on the .2nd and 4th Mon days .of each roontti at-"K) P. 4 ; : Hall, ,7:30 pa a. , . j ' Member!!; oF 'oth er eers' er Associations f le al .-.7 ' are - cordially in viiUort : vlted to attend v MeefjTery;2na"ahS 4tfc festal I day evening at; 7: so o'clock is K. of P. Hall, cor. Forr ana EeretahlaV .-. Visiting., brother ectdUliy Invited' 'to ftltcadT-'V ;; ' f; f. laii-y, k- b. c ' nOKoiuLU Atnic K:r: 0...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 17 September 1912

.- -5. - H001jUTJ 8TAHBULLETIN, TUESDAY, SEPT. 17 1912. .7 i i t ,5 17.. 0 v.- n FOR RENT FURNISHED House on Green St., Two ; Bedrooms; ,,$45. per - month Hpusebri Kewalo St., ; Three Bedrooms $75 per month. 4 - Trust Ca, Ltd. 124 BETHEL STREET -4 W.CACHI, ATTORNEY AT LAW KapieUnl r tv Hwiolulu, r. H IT. E. apuicenberc STOCKS . BONDS ISURANCE REAL ESTATE LOANS NEGOTIATED - .. . .. 76 j::rc;i;t st.;y ri:;s sott J. H0U1DERG ; ARCHITECT. Estimates Furnished on Buildings. leo Hotel Bt, Oregon BWj. TeL XSSI f.Iay's Old Kona Coffee BEST IN THE MARKET T HENRY MAY & C O. THB Dishop ! "Mew I : Crossroads Boolsshop, Llmltad "Caccessen; to r;v; ; ALEXANDER YOUNCL DUILDIWQ Everythtna In Cdekt -.lAf.C LLOCCOM CANDILC Th Host Popul&r Candiet Made ' . on the Co&st HONOLULU DRUG CO, LTD. lJ Pert CL TTephon 1CCi J Ftcaa 1S71 13 gist CI Fire Insurance B.F.; Dillingham Co. ' . i'v:','- LIMITED ' Atlat Assurince Company of London, New Yortc , Under wrttere Agency; Providence Washington Insu...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 17 September 1912

12 f HONOLULU STAB-BULLETIN, TUESDAY, KEPT. 17, 1912. DR. :. v. RcasEVELT crj i r D n ? - A vILEY HITS AM M'iBUTTER A Mm, The last. shipment passed the pure food man without a question; It is above standard. " Try some of tbV 8MOKED RED SNAPPER and SMOKED MULLET from New Zealandthe finest fish ever sold In this 'market: . ; . - : :'-: :v. -O.:':'-",)' PUKE FOOD r r for Infant g and Childron. Metropolitan Meat Market HEILBRON A LOUIS TELEPHONE 3445 HIGH CLASS Uplioktery and Brapsry Work INTERSTATE THE ONLY COMPLETE CAIt i . ; ..,.: Electrically Self Started and Lighted ; !ODEL 0 5 Passenger, Fori Door Tourics Can " riODEL 41 4 Passenger Demi Tonncia. MODEL 42 Roadster type--all with the splendid new (POfl A en Hoc motor, 4tf in, bore, 5 in. stroke 40 H.P. V V MODEL 07 Passenger, Fore Door Touring; Car. ! IODEL 514 Passcnrer. Demi Tonneaa. ' y I IODEL 52 Roadster type--all with the new head 5 in.' bore, 6 in. itroke motors 50 HP.V. v7..r : GEO. W. MOORE 7c!r phone 1902. v v' Demonstra...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 17 September 1912

: " T f rrCKVrK A v m. -4 yvi . . . - f v a. . -A. i i ) J Frta 8. F.t Mongolia, Sept 20. Fer 8. .t Honolulan, Sept. 18. From Yaneoavers Zealandla. Oct 9. For TtneoBferi . ' Mamma, Oct 8. j m i . . . Evening Bulletin, Est 4882, No. 5343. Hawaiian Star. Vol.' No. 384. 12 PAGES. HONOLULU;1 TERRITORY OP; HAWAII, TUESDAY, SEPT.. 17, 1912. J 12 PAGES. PRICE FIVE CENTO o-o o o - 1 .- . . IS o-o -ill MMiMMViio O O , - 1 o o . 1 . 4 i- o o o o; o-o o-o i JIId Li llu Hi mm vmmm II A IT Declares Homesteading on Few ' Acres f Jot Feasible in Hawaii' Dr. E. V. Wilcox, bead of the Fed eral experiment tation here, told . . ecu ruil J J IBUTI ciuvunuviij . -. two 'jM' mornig ttat bonensteadlng fn Ha wall on a few acres, la impossible . as a - permanent system for Americaniz ing this Territory. , His declaration was the feature of . day glTen over to discussion of the pcsibllltk3 of farming -on a small or comparatlTely small scale and to hear ing from several men who are actual ly engaged in the wo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 17 September 1912

r ' -HOSOtULtr STXE-BraEETIJ?, TUESKXT, SEPT. 17, "1912." : ITT Inter-lstand Sailings This Day. - lnter-island steamers to sail -for regular, ports this - day . ' include the 1 steamer Iwalani which was dlspatch 1 for Mahukona, Kawalbae and Ho- ' soipu at ; noon taking general cargo and a quantity .or .explosives. t. 'V ,The Noeau is to depart for windward , Kauai ports this evening with general cargo and a late mail. " The Kinau with a number of dls- . tinguhsbed passengers including Sec re tary Fisher, and his party Is sche duled to depart for the Garden Island at five o'clock The Kinan will take ; out a general cargo, for Kauai porta. V ' The Mlkahala Is also on the boards V for departure for Maul, Molokai and ' Lan&l ports at five o'clock this, even ; ing, taking a, number or, passengers, a general shipment of merchandise, including lumber and fertilizer and a " late mail. -' ' - Y -"V A' ; Host of Passengers in the Kilauea. Nearly two hundred passengers re- turned to Honolu...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 17 September 1912

0 Political Notices POLITICAL NEWS AND NOTES ir?inr?r - HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, TUESDAYSEPT, 17, 1912. i I L j -. r : -W Iff' i ; To Republican Delegate: r I hereby .respectfully solicit the In dividual , votes of delegate to tbe ' District and. County Con vent inn of -the Republican party for myself as candidate for .Supervisor, hailing from f ihe first precinct, where I have been , elected as a delegate. I am running on my record as a member of the , first Board of Supervisors of the City and County of Honolulu, which I hare ' had abundant assurance was a record a that gave thorough, satisfaction to : all sections of the constituency. Yours respectfully, . DANIEL LOGAN. Honolulu, September 13, 1912. 6t . NOTICE. I I hereby announce my candidacy for -We office of Mayor of, the City and "County : of Honolulu. ' subject to ? the ct!on of the Republican District and .County : Convention. J ' v ; . . " , 5S415t- v ; ' EBEN P. LOW. NOTICE. I hereby' announce my candidacy for the office ...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 17 September 1912

HONOLULU STAK;BULLETIX, TUESDAIVSEPT. 17, 1012. - i !. -v ..' 11 - - - 1 1 - - J. . . : - - - - -- - - - - -- 1 v - - - - . - -. , V RILEY H. ALLEN EDITOR TL-KHDAV ;..SElTK3inKIM7, 1912 rtlaalioH ix the xilkcn xtriiiy runnimj thnmyh the. pixtrl chain-of -all- virtue. -Bishop nun, ,,jr i'y i THE -REPUBLICAN PLATFORM TIu jHaturiii pmrtiitcil to the Itcpiiblu-un jm-itoi ial convention this afternoon bv 1lu con vcnttouV platforiu committee is on the whole a pronwHjye (hK'umut.. It ha-s Koim'thinjf to say, and ,that wmiethinj-is- Kaii in "no uncertain term. . ' '.t7-i-:.i-v ' The land anil water plank is a compromise, and "no man vaii: nay now whether legislation such tw is suggested will work" out to the fullest lKTtvUons . tho whoadvicate the mea Jinajj jilAV.lKd!eve ' a sincere effort has been ji i ad e toward iluv consen'Ution of public lauds and water, even rthough that effort ia inextri- . cably mixed with territorial jwlitics; Secretary Fisher's hearings liave shown'unmistakably t...

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Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 17 September 1912

v.-r HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, TUESDAY, SEPT. 17, 1012. REPUBLICAN TERRITORIAL A3 SUBMITTED " r - (Continued from Page 4) (Congress of a memorial for an amend- mnt tn tVio flrwo n! At hv whirh the legislature of the Territory may have . of their riht to home .rule treatment by, our own lavl 'makers, and we charge that the making of such a claim is but part of a plan to deprive the people of the Territory uouer to act or may. should such at course seem advisable, call a special flection for a submission of the ques tion to the voters., CORPORATIONS OF PUBLIC UTILITY. In the enforcement and administra We oppose, government by commis sion for Hawaii, and all and every action " paving the way thereto or making the same possible, and reaf firm '; our, unalterable loyalty to our Territorial form pt government as a charter of civic rights of inestimable FISHERIES. ; jr With hundreds of miles of coast line, we recognize that the aquatic resources of the Territory must ever form one of the val...

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