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

JORDAN'S STORE NEWS . " : THIS WEEK UPSTAIRS Bared ins in of Odd Lines Umev. wmv DOWNSTAIRS I7ie QuzY Safe of Tiie Yhole Stock being Closed Out at Cost . v V-.. M ofiai Mi' 'LMIlTesses ; SOMETHING ENTIRELY NEW t:&S'y.0i A new use for one of Hawaii' products that bide fair to be one cf the foremost cf'Hawiail Industries. The cotton Js grown by the NKneohe Cotton Co. at windward Oahu. i " - These mattresses: are guaranteed to.be the best Intne maricex.. T .... ;uotjec3 7 GUARANTIED NOT TO PACK OrfGET 45-POUND MATTRESS 40-POUND MATTRESS $26.00 $23.00. The mattress Is "filled with cotton ; felt manufactured ; from e lected long fibre cotton grown on the Hawaiian Islands. Guaran- : teed never to get lumpy, and to be the best felt mattress made. Should be given sun ,batn occasionally. YOUNG BUILDING SOLE DISTRIBUTORS jyffianison; & tuttolph 5f ock and Bond Brokers Phone 1182 V P. 0. Box 628 5 - ..S3 MEKCHA5T STREET Honolulu StocR Exchange Tuesday, Sept 17. j NAME pF STOCK. Bid. 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. — 18 September 1912

V - e 1 1 Frera Mongolia, Sept.' 20, For 8. F.iV ' Honolulan, Sept. 18. From YanreBitrr IZeaJandla, Oct- 9. For Yanroi-rrt . Marama, Oct 8. -,a: 1 ..-.J. K.,-ift.1tta. Evening Bulletin. Est 1882, No. 5344. Hawaiian Star.'. VoLJCX No. 6385. 14 PAGES.HONOLULU; TERRITORY OF-HAWAII, WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 18, 19121 L 14 PAGES. PRICE FIVE CENT3 IX 3 ; . 1 I - I I II II I I . 1 ST7V lo "-: 'te inn -DTi : 7A J ! i ; J ;7V;;! " -'"' 1 " 1 -- i i i Jr , , ; nn I! 1 I v if i II i II ii II n n II it II : 1 1 ft tw; ft u I - , L. . ' : -v. ' 1 EOBERT IV. SUIXGLE:r i V'--' 'Hlio nnnonncfd thU morning that he Is not d candidate before the Vr' ......... w. contention. '.; - v - - ; -: ana a a a a a a a a a xnjxitn ''"Under; no circumstances .witl.'l be f ' , l - -v a candidate for the .nomination for .SHINCHE'S STATEMENT ' ' mayor before tbe Republican cbnven- f DECLINING- NOMINATION ft1100. tomorrowV' This announcement V f " 1 ' - - jmade by :Robert ' W. Shingle; f this " . "'' ' v v'i morning, ppts aa...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 18 September 1912

HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 1$, 1012. it i 1 t I i f s . TT' . ?. i. 1 ? - t: .- l 1 , SMppMig CHOLEBA AND TYPHOON DELAY An4 epidemic of cholera at Shang hai, deaths resulting from' which are reported to have totaled as high as one hundred a day, served to detain the Pacific Mail liner Persia five days at Japan ports, on - the voyage from Hongkong to Honolulu. . -The malady is said to have spread over the native and foreign city and the adjacent country .to an extent that many Europeans have died from the scourge. - The police department of Shanghai has lost several mem . hers, many being .in the hospital at the time tb Persia called at Woo- Bug. the port of entry for Shanghai. The Persia called at the Infected . port, to take on a quantity, of raw auk. Upon arrival at Nagasaki, Ja pan, the Japanese health officers im mediately placed, the liner in quaran tine. Following - three ' days' . deten tion at Nagasaki, the Persia was re leased, the quarantine officials per ; m...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 18 September 1912

HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, WEDNESDAY, SEPT.:1S, 1912. Political Notices DR. N9RGAARD mm mm mm m . . i V i v . s t -v J i i 'a ' To Republican Delegates: ' -t 1 hereby , respectfully- solicit the In dividual votes of delegates to the District and, County Convention of the Republican party for mysolf as candidate for Supervisor, hailing from the first precinct, where I have been elected as a delegate. I am running on my record as a member of the first Boar3 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. Yours respectfully, i DANIEL LOO AN. Honolulu. September 13.' 1912. 61 NOTICE. T hereby announce xny candidacy for the office of Mayor of the1 City and County of Honolulu, subject tor the action of the Republican District and County Convention. '. . ' U41-5t" - J r EBEN P. LOW. NOTICE. Thereby announce my candidacy for the office of Supervisor for the City and Count...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 18 September 1912

4 HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN. WEDNESDAY, SEPT. IS, 1912- II ff . V II - A II II .V " A Jul 3 y uivjv'to - hi M r J JJ-JS- N. V VIS. ' :v:r . A - ?JLEY H. ALLEN EDITOR LITTLE INTERVIEWS WEDNESDAY........ SEPTEMBfilt 18,1912 Knotclcdgc it of tiro kind. )Vc mutt knoir a uujcct 6urclrcHs'or'te tnuttti know where ice ran' find information un'rni if.-T-T5osweIl ' : , ON THE EVE OF CONVENTION . The- territorial convention r yesterday per formed but a Kinall part of the work that is . ore the. ;Kpublicaji leadera of , this territory. The selection of clean and efficient candidate a the county ticket is of vastly mote importa nce to Hawaii than the territorial choice. In Honolulu particularly the situation calls for sober thought and cool judgment. The 'Be ublican: ticket here cannot le successful unless !t standfor something Resides political, make ; liift or jpersonal pull. j: :; ' ;y'v. . On what are Bepublicans gofng to'make their c ounty campaign? On what basis are they going ; o uppoil'to ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 18 September 1912

--' HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, WEDNESDAY, SEIJT. 1S,V1912L J Loctcr and Mr. Henry liicknell en tertained at dinner iloncay night' f(ir Mr. and Mrs, George Morgan of New York. The table was made beauti ful with a profusion of. red carnations and maidenhair ferns. Covers were placed for five those present being Mr. and 'Mrs.' George Morgan of New ; York. '.Miss Margaret Knightley of Mexico City and Doctor and Mra . Henry Hirknell. ,; --:. ; ; . Mrs. J. O. Young entertained at a prettily appointed luncheon jat ths country club, on Monday, for. Misses Beatrice Holesworth. , Covers were Jald for Misj Beatrice Holesworth, Mrs. L. G. TMackman, Miss Bertha Kopke, Miss Esther. Kopke, Miss Mary Von Holt, Miss Mina Adams, Miss Nova Sturgeon, Miss , Jlarriet Young and' Mrs. J. O. Young . ' ; Mrs. James Madison Kennedy of Fort Shatter, is entertaining at bridge , on Friday for Miss McAfee. Mr. and Mrs. E. Mr Watson, - wlio .have been . visiting in . Washington, D. Ci and in Kentucky for; the past y...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 18 September 1912

HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, WEDNESDAY, SEPT. "LV1012. 1 ' : . t. t . . - -- - - " ' SUPERVISORS TAKE ACTION iiiiamson u. uuaoipu , ON VARIOUS MATTERS I f inrAi Awn nFWFRAi, is- fx- '5 : i : - - t ' v: : S I I : -m-MS-WEEK UPSTAIRS v Bargains in Odd Lines ' : " ' v-'. v' t '' ' . ' 1 , ' . - . ' . ' V DOWNSTAIR! - .'j ;': : ... a , ' . ; 4': - :. , A. : ' 0 rzc Quit Sale of --' :: : f,-..v.-; ; ti-;J.:-'";:.;: -t:i J me Stoch bang..., . Stocked Bend Brokers : SttdllXr STREtT ' A V tMs7. Sept 18. NAME DP STOCK. PM. AH. ,4 f. i w . r ' ' v' I -SOMETHING'ENTIRELY NEW : S ; ' - - A rtew M for neof Hawaii' product! that bldt fair to be one of the foremott of Hawaii r Industrie. The cotton Is grown, by the - Kancohe Cotton Co. at windward Oahu. . . " a" ' 4 ,: These tnattresie are guaranteed tobe the best In the market. .. '! XSmff ' I 4 ? : 40-POUND MATTRESS ; V - $23.00 ' f filled with cotton felt manufactured from se lected long fibred cotton, grqwn on; the Hawaiian Islands." Guaran- . '..j...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 18 September 1912

7 i . V ( HONOLULU BTAR45ULLETIN,- VET)X ESDA Y? 6KPT.-18; 1912. ". . . V A OSCAR P. COX , at mmmw Kuhio Caucus Selections Like My Ta Be f Named; List of Delegates When ;i tbe - Re publican' county and district " convention opens tomorrow. It Is probable tbar Oscar P: Cox will be named chairman, with 'John Mar V calllno secretary and Ell Crawford In terpreter. These are the Kuhio can didate for tbe positions as endorsed at the caucus of last Saturday night, and as the control of that seemed to have been vthorougbly weir vested in Chief : Engineer Lorrln Andrews, It is not deemed likely .that any changes will be made. yyK yy-y:--My''l following Is the list of delegates to the Republican county convention; FOURTH REPRESENTATIVE First Precinct Ed. - Towse, - E. tt. Bath; B. A. DouthJtt, E. ; W.! Qutnn. Emil A. Bemdt; W -H. Bromley;-O. F. Afjonao," Henry Frettaa,' Daniel heza.ru Oeorge Matsiena, Carl Kieper. Second PrecinctWames W Boyd. Arthur 11. Browne R. J.v Buchly, Thomas P. Cumming...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 18 September 1912

r. .- 8 HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 18, 1912. AUSTRALIAN'' BUTTER -.Tha.UaJ shipment passed the pure food man without a question; it la above standard. . Try. tome of the SMOKED RED SNAPPER and SMOKED MULLET from New Zealand the finest fish ever sold In this market .... Metropolitan Meat Market HEILBRON A LOUIS TELEPHONE 3445 1 1 fJGtf CL45S . Upholstery and Draper Work J. HOPP & .CO., Ltd. THE ONLY COMPLETE CAR Electrically Self TMTPR WATF ; Started and Lighted 11 MODEL .40 5 Passenger, Fore Door Touring Or. : MODEL 414 Passenger Demi Tonneau. ; , MODEL 42 Roadster type all with the splendid new en bloc motor, 4 in. bore, Sty in. stroke; 40 H.P. MODEL 07 Passenger. Fore Door Tourinz Car. MODEL 514 Passcnrer. Demi Tonneau. MODEL 52 Roadster type-all with, the new -T" head ' 5' in. bore, 6 in, stroke motor; 50 H.P. ..... . i : , GEO. W. MOOJIE ::: , -Telephone 1902. -J:' . ; Demonstrator and Selling . TAtsi $2700 ... r. .': $3700 (5 PER ROLL OF 40 YARDS '.- . i ' .IT...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 18 September 1912

-1 HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 18, 1912. ; y News and - Comment Written by Experts Edited By L. REDINGTOIT 1U p'- s . Y 4) V AllPlIltlie CUP" i G ' C? ? One - thing that has been' needed for a Jong time to give an added import ance and interest to rowing, -i now forthcoming. It is a permanent, hsl- lenge cup, for the senior barge event, invasion, and the keynote of -the and the good news ,was'given out whole ragatta is the meeting between yesterday ; afternoon - that the Ha the Alamedas and - the local crews, waiian "Rowing, Association ; had pxt Whole regiments of. Glooms will pa up the trophy. . The cup Is a massive rade the; waarves Saturday if the solid silver one, a credit , to the as-. Coast rnen get' away; with the race, aociatlon and in every way : adequate and if they do it will be' because they for what it represents. " v Y are ; better .oarsmen ' than v the . Oaha ; According to the termy of the deed and. Maui representatives; as the race ; of . gift, the cup...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 18 September 1912

10 r HOSOLTJtU, BTSK-BtJtL'ETI WEDNESDAY SEPTvlS, 1912L : 1 - . w I! n ; f ih! it fx:.,:.. , ., f . ' WANTED Partner "wanted; Energetic young man from Boston with 1700 capital wants to engage in some profitable business. "11", this office. ' ; .. " J ; :,&338-2t . . Any person musically inclined to de velop that talent by taking lessons from 'Krnfest K. KaaL 9 Young; Bldg.; Te!.'36S7. . k-5302-3ra Intelligent,' capable woman to work at Leah Home. - One -with nursing . experience preferred. Apply Dr. A. ; N. Sinclair. - .-, : 6343-lw Man who thoroughly, understands tun nel work and operation of air drills, by Alexander, Baldwin, Ltd. 1 - V 5338-lw i " '""..Furnished ream 4) private ; family, valking fliitirice fr6nr' town. Refer - K ! ences. 44 A," this office. ' Small furnished houses in desirable . neighborhood; - by couple without children. 4,Z43,, care Sta-Bulletln. Two ladles who know how to sew. " Apply P. L. Oh Tai, HSO Nuuanu -f. Bt, Bcretania. 4 ; . f 5336-lm : Reiiatle,...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 18 September 1912

v HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 18, 1912. 11 fV. j S . J i . ! i : r simc- SfleaiiiiiisliiiEra) Co. FOR SAN FRANCISCO ft. 8. Sierra .. . .... . . . ', Sept 21 ft. 8.t Sonoma.. ......... OcL 4 ft. 8. Sierra.. ........... Oct. 19 C Brewer & Co., Ltd., Pacific Mail . Steamers of the above company will call at Honolulu and leave this ; port on or about the dates mentioned below: i FOR THE ORIENT 8. 8.; Mongolia ....... . .Sept 20 8. 8. Persia..... i....... Oct 12 8. ft. Korea. .. . . .'. . .Oct 18 ;-' For general information' apply to - r ,,' '7y:yy yyyyyyyy H. Eacfcfcld & Co., Ltd. '.- '6teamers of the above' Company or about the dates mentioned below; f FOR THE ORIENT 8. 8. Nippon Maru.l... .Sept 27 C.S. Tnye Maru. ....... .Oct 3 8. 8. Shiny o Maru....... Oct 25 A A - A A a v;aui at Manna, otniuing caii at CASTLE fi COOKE, LIMITED, Agents, Honolulu.: ;:: Direct Service Between San FROM 8AN FRANCISCO ' ft. 8. Lurllne.... .......Sept 25 8. "ft. VYIIhelmlna........Oct ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 18 September 1912

12 fe. .-W".,. TTTJ 5 5. " A.V5.' ' stir V 1 MasonicTemple A Weekly Calendar MONDAY; Lt-alil Chapf rr o. i, Regular. TUESDAY: Honolulu Lodge, Third Peg. WEDNESDAY: Hanuiian Lod?, Third Dog. THURSDAY: FRIDAY: Orraulc Lodirc, Second Peg. SATURDAY: All visiting member of the order are cordially Invited to at tend meeting! of local lodges. HONOLULU LODGE, 61C, B. P. 0. E, Honolulu Lodge No V1Q, X. I". W. JjlKB meets in their ball, on King St, near Fort, .every: Friday evening. 'Visiting Brothers are cordially Invited: to at- tend. v A. E. MURPHY, E. if f H. DUNSHEE, Sec' -Meet.on the 2nd and 4th Mon , days of each month at . K. P. Hall, 7:30 p. m. ' Members of oth- Marine EnQineers' er Associations '. Beneficial? , are cordially In . Association r . .vlted to attend. ,iyjL JTeKlNLEY LODGE, K0. k. of p. :, Meets every 2nd and 4th Setur day evening aM: 30 o'clock It K. of Pi Hall, cor.. Fort and Beretani. Visiting brother cordially Invited to attend. -v . . A. F. GERTZ, Cv C. , v ;' V F. ...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 18 September 1912

HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, WEDNESDAY, SEPT. IS, 1512. BY AUTHORITY. V3 . )j -h t FOR RENT FURNISHED I' U-SV-T House on Green St., Two Bedrooms, $45 per month Houseon KewaloSt., ; Three Betfrooms $75 per month. Bishop Trust Co,, Ltd ; "f24 BETHEL STREET ATTORNEY JVT t,AW , Kaplolani ftulldrng Honolulu, f. K - e--.lt -f --- r .A. . -i - - v , -.,-.-. . f .; E. G. Duicenbsr g STOCKS v ' v it: BONDS INSURANCE REAL ESTATE ; LOANS NEGOtTIATEDi Vvv Estimates Furnished oa BoUdlnga, Raief Reasonable.'-; ie(T 7Iotftl d, Oregon BMg Tl lit iPfl T . May's Old Kona Coffee: V''';ivBEST W THE-MARKET f ;.3 r UmiUd " -; Coocfaor to -Mi''';- - - Crowrr & Lyon C. Ltd. . ALEXANDER YOU NQ CU1LDINO . Evtrythlnfl In Cookt" -v '' - ORAr;c- cLCCGor.i cArcii,3 I on th Coast : S: i HONOLULU DRUG , CO, LTD. Fort Si Ttltphon 12C4 21 1UZ Choo. B. Kiwe 1371 U2 Eur LV Fire B. f. Dillingham Co. -.rt-.-- LIMITED Genera! Agetidi; Hawaii. Atlat Assurance - Company of London.. New York; Under- writert' Agency; Providen...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 18 September 1912

14 ""' :V v . . "v; "'.:: ','!;. yyyf- yy'y'y v HONOLULU STAft-BULLETIN, TVEDKESDAYSEPT. IS, 1912. ) s pTS SECRETARY FISHER DOTS: K K1EI11W c'Sil nc Turin wnwf ami nirnnii Tire in uiwah unit All run down, casfly tired, ncrv-. cus? And do not know what ; to take? Then go direct to your doctor Ask his opinion . cf Ayer's Sarsaparillx - It con tains no alcohol, no stimulation, :.r.d b a blood purifier, a nerve i crJc, a strong alterativc,'an aid Id digestion. Ask your doctor : bout Ayer's non-alcoholic Sar : : parilla as 'jx strong tonic for 5, ..yen .v7 ;. i-. - i - i-.ii ' v.t .s - - 1. . a The milk fumithed by" this Association , It from cows certified at healthy ' by the Territorial Veter- Inarian, and the milk It "y handled under the most ' sanitary conditions. Upon i arrival cf the milk at our . Depot on Sheridan street It Is treated by an " ad vanced electrical process ; that Insures a' pure milk without affecting the food,-',. value. We deliver an absolutely fure milk. ... yyy ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 18 September 1912

I. ' . -- i v " 7 Mongolia, Sept 20. For & F.t Honolulan. Sept 18. Fmra YancesTrrr , Zealandla, Oct 9. For, Tineoiferi Marama, Oct 8. Y I 1 - 1 V. i I 1 I - rl 3 O 4. 1 . .. . J v 4 i Evening Bulletin. Est 1882. No. 634 4. omr. tot AA, AO. 1 4 PAG ES. HONOLULU, TEIIUTOKY OF 'llAWAII, WEDNESDAY, SEP?. IS, lfl --14 PAGES, v prics tive ci::; ' -.' i -.' -. -'.;'; if J li ' .i . 1 "' ,v " duj. itiiP..... , itiLl -i:." -'.' Iv-i'iv ''V-':i ;.;i'i: I i i , ----' i . - , -i . . i rii'iuii'x . nix .'miiiiiiii i - ill iiim i. i . . .... i -1.. ' " ' ;. i u : r : j nauorm m - us tn- i High Officers Ordered Here Jo . View Execution of the . ; Defense Plan That ihe war-game .tc be played by tbe array, of .Oahu next n.onlh is of more than ordinary . Jn port-ance, "and that th maneuver jaign ; U ex pected to do Its part to"vard eolvin . the , big problem - of tue r island's . d fense. Is made apparen iy the new? ; that the commanding general of 'the Western Division. Major General ri thur .Mu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 18 September 1912

HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 1 8. 1912. i ' SSIilliiLii A. . .7 ; ,- .... ':-;.;- " An epidemic of cholera at Shang hai, deaths ; resulting from which are reported to' have totaled as . high as one hundred a" day,! served to detain the Pacific Mail -liner Persia ' five days at Japan ports, on the voyage ; from Hongkong . to ! Honolulu. ; i The malady Is said r to have spread r: over the native and foreign dty and ; . that many Europeans have died from V the scourge. ;r The '-police department of Shanghai has lost several mem- bers, 1 many being in' the hospital i at the. time "the Persia called at Woo- x t sug, the port of entry for Shanghai. " The Persia ; called at the Infected t .port; to take on a .Quantity of raw ; "silk. 'Upon arrival at Nagasaki, Ja ;:TPn, the JApaaese heaJthofflcers lm 'l mediately placed the liner in quaran- t i tine,v FoHowlng three v day deten- ; Hon at Nagasaki, the Persia as re . T leased, the quarantine officials per ' mittlng' the vessel-,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 18 September 1912

II Oi" OLULTJ GTA&BULLETIN, SEPT i0l2.: -Zttk , , ..... Political Notices' TS 0?I OSG r BACK VIEWS 111 1 TESTS ft v V V 3 tip- To Republican .Delegates: j 1 hereby respectfully solicit iHe in dividual votes of delegates to the District and, . County Convention of the Republican party for mysolf as candidate for Supervisor, balling from the first precinct, where I hatf e 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 have had abundant assurance was a record that gave " thorough satisfaction to all sections of the constituency. Yours respectfully. . DANIEL LOGAN. Honolulu; September 13, 1912. 61 NOTICE. I hereby announce my candidacy for the office of Mayor of the City and County, of Honolulu, subject to the action of the Republican District and County Convention. - .' A"-6541-5t EBEN P, LOW. NOTICE. I hereby announce ray candidacy for the office of Supervisor for the City and County o...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 18 September 1912

HONOLmUSTBUIX few- , . . ... ; r.-. ,- RILEY H. ALLEN V EDITOR WEDNESDAY.. .SEPTEMBER 18, 1912 Knowledge ix of tiro kind. Wc must knotr,'a subject ourKclrcs. or ice mux t know irhcre ic can tncZ information upon if .tJJos well. onWhe eve of convention The territorial convent ion yesterday per formed but a Kinall part 'of the work that is 1m- j Y fore the Republican leaders of this territory. y. v The selection of clean and efficient candidate f on ihe tounty t icket is of vastly niore Tniport t ance to Hawaii than the territorial choice. ; In Honolulu particularly the situation calls for Roler thought and cool judgment The He- publicafi ticket here cajinot Ik? successful unless it stands for someining toesiues ihihh-;u. inuKt- shift or personal pull. . ' v :-t ; On what are Republicans going to make their county campaign? On what basis are they going I to appeal to the voters of Honolulu? What will Ik? theirargumcnts? : i ' The time is past when campaign oratory and j idle promises ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 18 September 1912

HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, WEDNESDAY, SEPJ. 18, 1912. V 5 ft y 7 '' iff-, '; 'Tl , ? Yl . , Uoctor and Mrs. Jienry ttickneil en- tertained at dinner iioneay night for! Mr. and Mrs. George Morgan of New! s York. The table was made beaut;-j ful with a profusion of red carnations and maidenhair ferns.- Covers were placed for live, those present being , Mr. and Mrs. George Morgan ot New Y6rk, Miss Margaret - Knightley of Mexico City and Doctor "and Mra. Henry Blcknell. ; . ' Mrs. J. CC Young entertained at a prettily appointed luncheon at tha country club, on Monday, for Misses Beatrice Holesworth. Covers were laid for Misi Beatrrce Holesworth, Mrs. L. G. Blackman, . Miss Bertha Kopke- Miss ' Esther Kopke, Miss Mary Von Holt, Miss MIna Adams, Miss Nora Sturgeon. Miss , Harriet Young and Mrs. J. O. Young. Mrs. James Madison t Kennedy of Fort Shafter Is entertaining at bridge on-Friday for Miss McAfee. Mr. and Mrsr-E.-M; Watson, who hare been visiting in Washington, D. k- C arid in Kentucky ...

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