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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 18 September 1912

. HONOLULU STAR BULLETIN, WEDNESDAY, SEPT. lBt "lOli JORDAN'S NEWS UPSTAIRS Bargains in Odd Lines Mm Of -: - - -'V,--" n 7t it o DOWNSTAIRS The Quit Sale of M(B&(jM S rev i (loie dtocn ueing y .fc.- i J Felt ' Lateesses :V.,vv:--..':iv,; SOMETHING tENTIRELY NEW A new use for on of Hawaii's products that bid fair to be one of 4he, foremost of Hawaii Industries. The cotton ! arown by the v Kaneohe Cotton Co. at windward Oahu. - -' : These mattresses are. guaranteed to' be the best In the market. 4' .,. a' ' J 45-POUNQ MATTRESS; 40-POUND MATTRESS' $26.00 $23.00 The r mattress Unfilled with cotton felt manufactured from se lected long! fibre cotton grown on the Hawaiian Islands. Guaran teed Aever to get lumpy; and to be the best felt mattress made. Should be given sqn. bath occasionally. - '., '. . 5 Coyne Rirniturc Co YQUNG PUJUWNC5 f SOLE DISTRIBUTORS NOW LOCATED arid READY FOR BUSINESS -. , 18B -' :'MditY-' ' Stireet MAQOON BUILDING Phone 1697 TOM SHARP, the Sign Painter j' i; ' ...

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. — 18 September 1912

W.:, HONOLULU STAK-BULLETIN, WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 18; 1012. - 4f X )5 OSCAR P. COX : VIUPRESIDE , ATCOiEilON Kiihio Caucus Selections Like ly To Be Nafneci; List of Delegates When the Republican county and district 'convention opens tomorrow, it is probable that" Oscar P. Cox' -will be named chairman." with John Mart calllno secretary and Ell Crawford In terpreter. 'These are the Kuhio can didates for tbe positions as endorsed at the caucus of last Saturday high t, and as the: control of that seemed to have been thoroughly -well vested In Chief Engineer Lorrin Andrews, it is not deemed likely that any changes will be made - v ' Following Is the list of delegates to tbe Republicancounty convention: FOURTH REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT. ' : ; :(Oahu) . . FIrsf Precinct -Ed. Towse, E. R Bath.' ' E. ' A. DouthiU. E. pWy Qulnn. Emll X' BemdCinv: Bromley.';?. F. Affonso, ; Henry Freltas,'; Daniel Logan, George Ma'kalena,.Carl KiepeK Second-'?Xeclntt--7ames H Bdjd, Arthur '"M. Brown,1 1 R: J.. BachU...

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. — 18 September 1912

i . ..' . 8- HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 1$, 1012. AUSTKAU AM. BUWEK Tht last shipment passed the pure food mao without a question; It is above standard. Try some of the SMOKED RED SNAPPER and SMOKED, MULLET from New Zealandthe finest fish ever sold In this market. ' Metropolitan Meat Market HEILBRON e LOUIS TELEPHONE 3445 HIGH CLASS Upholstery and Drapery Work J. HOPP & CO., Ltd. THE ONLY COMPLETE CAR y i INTER STATE MODEL 405 Passenger, Fore Door Touring Car. MODEL 41 4 Passenger Demi Tonneao. ' I MODEL 42 Roadster type all with the splendid new (Q HfSft en bloc motor, 4 in. bore, 5 in. stroke; 40 IIP. 'vU MODEL 507 Passenger, Fore Door Tocring Car. ' MODEL 514 Passenger, Demi Tonneao. MODEL 52 Roadster type U with the new "T" head (0711 fi v'r 5 in. bore, 6 in. stroke motor; 50 H.P.. : pO I Ul GEO. YV. MOORE Telephone 1902. : .. , C Demonstrator and Sellinj Agent J7T 21 -P7 -r, v V ; IS PER ROLL OF 43 YARDS Fort St yiu,-- , ... Established -1833 r'.;; .y-.; 7- ''...

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. — 19 September 1912

Frtn S. F.t Mongolia, Sept '20. For 8. it Sierra, Sept.. 21. From Taneouteri Zealand la, Oct 9. For Yaaeoattrs Marama, Oct. 8. !C7 rKyA A 7 Evening Bulletin. Est lW, No. 5345. Hawaiian Star. Vol. XX.. TCo. 638$. : 14 PAES. nONOLULU, TERKITORY OP? HAWAII, THURSDAY, SEPT. 19, 1912. li'PAGES. PRICE FIVE CENTS 1 4 "3:3.3 Mates m in Tn) A jVy J, ' i j j n . .... ; ..." A . S, 4 DlSffilOli IHIlUE U 1 iOLO : Ashford Declares in Two In stances Governor Used Pow er to Discriminate Two charges, made by Attorney Ashford for - Prince Kalanianaole,; In which the administration Is accused of exercising a "discretion in with holding : homesteading . tracts that amounted to f-: rimination, formed the principal i sensational feature of today's.he g before , Secretary of the Interior f lsner, In the Senate chamber of v the government building. Both are so serious in nature that the Secretary Instructed Attorney Ashford to make further investiga tion and produce - definite evidence tfcowlng either the...

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. — 19 September 1912

2 l- i unnr.Q cnnnm TIDESSUN AND MOON B t mm tQ Data 33 M4 FREIGHTER ALASKAN LAST OF HAW . The last of the-191 2 sugar rrop will l)e Included In the pstrt carpo to be Rnirmpfl rrnm m iriaha in me ism mm of Tehoantepec In the American Hawaiian freighter Alaskan. fcched UKed to sail from Hilo for Salina Cruz on September 2(ith.' several days ahead of regular date of de parture, owing to the steamer beln? sent to the Isthmus by the way of San Francisco. Bringing three thousand tons gen eral' merchandise and quantities of railway material, and a New York . . i y .. mi . V- jm Avl . c&rgu jijciuuju wniuuuuu niupmvuw numberinfc 293, 294 and 293, leaving the East coast in the Hawaiian, July 26th, Californian, August 1st, and Kentuckian, August 6th. The Alas kan is due to reach Honolulu today. The esel will remain in Honolulu until Monday evening before dispatch forfCahului and Hilo. ' vV ' The Alaskan will be supplied with .about a half cargo from island ports, and after departing from...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 19 September 1912

HONOLULU, STAK BULLTIN, TUUIDaV, SEPTV19, 1012. Politicals Notices A " - - To Republican Delegates: I hereby respectfully solicit the in dividual votes of delegates to ttie 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,. I am running tn 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. 6t NOTICE. 1 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. - 6S41-5t EBEN P. LOW. NOTICE. I hereby' announce! my candidacy for the office of Supervisor for the City and County of Honolulu, subject to the- action of the Republican District aifd Cou...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
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Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 19 September 1912

. V HONOLULU' ''gTAR-BULLETIN,-: THURSDAY, SEPT, 10, 1912. IlILEY H. ALLEN This would brinfc In a revonw of about a million dollars a year, ia place of about one hundred and seventy-five thousand dollars a;, is now the rase. As to the land laws, it is the opinion tiat the homestead laws of New ea- A VIEW OF HOMFSTEAOIN&. 'bq couia De usea nerc w;m ruccw.. Editor Star-Bulletin: It Is a fore- It 1 lo the consensus of opinion pnn mnHnairt that tha fttihlir tanrla ! that the native Hawaiian honiestrad- EDTTfVR now In cane cannot be noraesteaded .er's Interest should be safeguarded, si LETTERS ON TIMELY TOPICS : and this is not due to the greed of t the planters, or. of the larger interests THURSDAY. SE PTE MISER 1, VJV2 " lirirf review of diplomatic exchanges with (ireat much .as to -the jmpractibiuty o! -lllritain and subsequent measures taken for the -'nosMbe remembered that it has i nave come w cc mat vievcrnv, ucw9, wi apprehension of the fugitive culprits. It is re- t&ken o...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 19 September 1912

HONOLULU STAR BULLETIN, TFIFRSDA'Y, SEPT. 11, 1012; v X: i A M THE FESTIVITIES After h summer of comparative quiet the society folk are about to open, their town homes again with all manner of 'pay festivities. With few variations the entertainments have been dances, musicales, cards and re ceptions. One of the more original hostesses gave a baby dinner a few weeks ago. while a . member of the younger set sent out invitations to a Yama Yaraa dance, and still another hostess entertained a number of young girls- at a hoop-rolling party. Any touch of the original lends en chantment to the affair and is appre ciated by the guests. A recent issue of the New York Times chronicles In its society column an entertainment given by the, poet Richard Le Gallien ne and his wife, at their mansion In Itowayton, Connecticut. Spectators who viewed the gayeties of the Le Gal lienne home that evening might easily have supposed that a dance was fn progress, as the bewlgged ladies and gentlemen passed- ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 19 September 1912

G HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN', THURSDAY. SEPT. 19, 1012. Williamson &,Buttolph i LOCAL AND GENERAL u o We have just received our new line of Stock and Bond Brokers For a hack ring uo 2307. The store of Henry May & Co.. o Sittary .Hair .B risies o Superior in every respect Benson, Smith&Co. LimiUd Hotel and Fort Streets o J IT IT raw auan Cotton Felt Mattresses SOMETHING ENTIRELY NEW A new use for one of HawaiPt products that bids fair to be one of the foremost of Hawaii Industries. The cotton is grown by the Kaneohe Cotton Co. at windward Oahu. These mattrcsees are guaranteed to.be the best in the market. . ?''JJg&ii GUARANTEED NOT TO "S j f Honolulu SiocK Exchange Thursday, Sept. 19. NAME OF STOCK. Bid. Asked. mercantile:. C. Brewer & Co ' SUGAR. wa Plantation Co Hawaiian. Agrlc. Co. Haw. Com. : bug. Co. . Hawaiian Sugar Co. . . . Hanorau Sugar Co Tonokaa Sugar Co ) o Haikn Sugar Co 2io Hutchinson Sugar Plant. . I Kahuku PlanStlor. Co. . . Kekaha Sagat 1o Koloa Suga...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 19 September 1912

HONOLTJMT STAIMUJU.ETIX, TnUHSTAT, SErT. 10, 1!12. ERSTWHILE HOROL RGURE IN SAN FRANCISCO ULANS IV L y-":.f. A:. .: -- , r Y: B I A Bootblack Who MadefLockl Shining Famous Water front Crimps Gone By ERNESTN. SMITH SAN FRANCISCO, Sept. 8. Ha i leaves an uneasy feeling with those! Coring the day he is a handy man for one or the ''largest corporations' in San Franciscobut at home he'i geniality itself. He exudes civic j pride he i In the forefront of towm endeavor a fearsome man neverthe-j leas to have against you and he wail will ever have a prominent part in the activities of the Panama-Pacific Exposition, more bo perhaps than eny other State or nation and the pity of it is .Hawaii can't take full advantage of it. Wherever officially he exposition officials go. wherever an exosition assemblage appears, in the very forefront of things, general ly even ahead of President Moore stands a coal-black coon who some yean ago gave Honolulu a snappy Idea of metropolian activity by run ning a b...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 19 September 1912

8 HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, THURSDAY, SEPT. 19, 1912. :jo;:s!,fli'oiB : OPERATIONS Many Unsuccessful And Worse Suffering Often Foi , lows. Mrs. Rock's Case A Warning. The following letter from Mrs. Orville Rock will show how unwise it is for wo men to submit eo the dangers of a surgical operation when often it may be avoided by taking Lydia E. Pinkham'a Vegetable Compound, She was four wee las in the hospital and came home a of fering worse than before. - " Here Is her own statement. . Paw Paw, Mich. "Two years ago I suffered very severely with a displace ment.. I could not be on my feet for a longtime. My phy sician treated me for several months with out much relief and at last sent me to Ann Arbor for an op eration. I was there four weeks and came home gufTeringworse than before. My mother advised me to try Lydia E. Pinkham'a Vegetable Com pound, and I did. Today I am well and etrong and do all my own housework. I ewe my health to Lydia E. Pinkham'a Vegetable Compound and advise my ...

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. — 19 September 1912

. - , t r'f-Vf rrV i ii.ii r -r . - a 1 ) f... r From R. F.t Mongolia. Sept. 20. Fer S. F.t Honolulan. Sept. 18. Front Yanroaterr Zealand ia, Oct D. For Yanroarer: Marama, Oct 8. 2 : 0 ' Edison Kvening Bulletin, Kst. 1882; No. 5343. Hawaiian Star. VoL XX.; No. 6386. - 14 PAliES. HONOLULU, TEKKITOKY (f HAWAII, THUKSDAY, SEPT. 19, 1912.-14 PAGES. PRICE FIVE CENTS OK' Ashford ' Declared in Two In ' stances Governor Used Pow v cr to Discriminate . r mm flKSSEL pirn k Hi 3 Sccond.orTJew Unersjo BelGonventlOn: Will Ready November, 1913, , ; Cables Tenney COMPANY TO PUrbN ; : A WEEKLY SERVICE Four Passenger BoatsAssures Honolulu schedule Wever - Before ;EquaIed . ' Fight It Out Today VWIth" the rules committee- split asunrftr. over the "secret . ballot" is sue, 'he ' Republican county conven tion will fight out ' the issue on the floor this afternoon. ' ' The fight i? over the majority and minority, V reports of . the committee, , Honolulu - is today assured of week- !y steamship seryfee b...

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Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 19 September 1912

. r HQyOLTJLU STAR-BULLETIN, THURSDAY, SEPT. '.19, 1012. 5 f 1 7 u. Shipping fi ghter mm LAST OF HAWAIIAN SUGAR CROP The last ol the 1912 sugar crop will ' bn include in the part cargo to be shipped from the islands to the Isth mus of Tehuantepec in the American Hawaiian freijrbter Alaskan, pched used to sail from liilo for Salina Crux on .September 2(Hh. several days ahead of regular dato of de parture, owing to the steamer bein? sent to the Isthmus by the way of 8ah Francisco. Vllringing three thousand tons gen eral merchandise and quantities of railway material, and a New York ' cargo Including westbound shipments numbering .293, 294 and 295. leaving the East coast In the4 Hawaiian, July 26th, Californian, August' 1st, and Keotacklan, August 6th. The Alas kan is due to reach Honolulu today,' The "vessel will remain in Honolulu, until Monday evening before dispatch ! for Kahulul nd Hilo. . The Alaskan will be supplied with about a half cargo from island ports, and after departing ...

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. — 19 September 1912

V HONOLULU 'STAB-BULLETIN, THURSDAY, SEPT. 19, 1912. 3 5 as- v. - . .! Vy--' t . - i : - P.' V 'St .3 I 'HI i. ' I Political Notices . m . t 'I- . v .; r t . To Republican Delegates: I hereby respectfully solicit the in dividual votes of delegates to the District and Hmmtv fnnvntinn of the Republican party for myself as candidate for Supervisor, hailing from the first precinct, where I have been elected as a delegate. I am running on jay 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 section! of the constituency. Yours respectfully, ' DANIEL LOGAN. Honolulu, September 13. 1912. 6t ; NOTICE. -. ... , I hereby -announce ray candidacy for tne ornce of - Mayor or the City and County of Honolulu, '' subject to the Acuon of . the Republican District and County Convention. v ' 5341-5t EBEN P. LOW. NOTICE. ' I hereby announce my candidacy for the office of Super...

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. — 19 September 1912

4 HONOLULU STAB-BULLETIN, THURSDAY, SEPT. 19, 1912. RILEY H. ALLEN EDITOR THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 19, 1912 , have eouic to xee that clcrernexx, xueiexx, at talrimcnt; vomit for little; that yoodne or "character' ix the. iiort(nit juvtnr tn life.. Romanes. BOIIESTCADING FUNDAMENTALS Secretarj FislKT heard enough irvYinon of opinion ntoonx the planters of Kmiai on his trip yesterday to justify bun in tbe question of whether homestead ing in Hawaii has as yet hecn given a trial from tire homesteading rather than from the plantersstandpoint In other words, he is seeking to fin1 opt whether lhe facts of homesteading in the past are a compelling argument against extension of the present policy in "the, future, j He is also reeking to find out whether the homesteader on cane landau ca n be made independent of. planta iion Interests and yet guaranteed a market for JiIh cane.:-'And thescare questions that will re cur again and again during the remainder of Ins island tours. v - ;)"; ;, ;yi-T;'-;:...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 19 September 1912

.HONOLULU '-STAR-BULLETIN, THURSDAY SEPT. 10, 1912. A! M THE FESTIVITIES AGAINON Afier a summer of comparative quiet the society folk are about to open their town homes again with all manner of gay festivities. With few variations the entertainments have been dances, tnusicales. cards and re ceptions. One of the more original hostesses gave a baby dinner a few weks ago, while a member of the younger tset sent out invitations to a Yania Yarna dance, and still another hostess entertained a number of young giils at a hoop-rolling party. Any touch of the original lends en chantment to. the affair and is appre ciated by the guests. . A recent issue of the New York Times chronicles in its society column an entertainment given by the poet Richard Le Gallic n ne and his wife, at their mansion. in Howayton, Connecticut. Spectators jrho viewed the gayeties of the Le, Oal lienne home that evening might easily have supposed that a1 dance was in progress, as the bewigged ladies and gentlemen pas...

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. — 19 September 1912

HONOLULU BTATI BULLETIN, TFI.URSPAY. SEPT. 10, 1012. Williamson &-Bvttplph LOCAL AND GENERAL -v.- , - ' u We have just received our new line of o LIT nair -"'Pirasnes Superior in o Tlotel and CZDC liTiciiiL ' ' SOMETHING ;' TP A new use for one 'of Hawaii's products that bids fair to begone, of the foremost -of Hawaii Industries. The cotton If grown by the KaneoheXottonCo.t windwa-d :Oahui V : "v ; V- v , YThcs tnattresses .are guaranteed to be fthe best In the market. i . . - ... v.. M - .' " , -r . v. - - ; 'A- -AM') 5' v 45-P OU N D fATTR E S 8 ..-.V..- 40-POUND, MATTRESS ; 7 ; The mattress -Is. filled with cotton Telt manufactured from se- fleeted long fibre cottbn grown on the. Hawaiian Islands.1- Guaran f teed never to. get lumpy, and to be. the best felt mattress made, vj -Should be'olven sun, bath; occallonally. , r - ' YOUN& cuild iWbM q V t : Siiarf PHone. -. 0lj' fOM SHARP, ZELAYA'S DEPARTURE FROM EUROPE IS THE CAUSE OF UNEASINESS - - ; - . j., ODinion Enteriained...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 19 September 1912

.t. V.'-' .- r :, ft ':: v v: ''Pi A BootbJack Who Made Local Shining Famous Water f rant, Crimps Gone By ERNESTN. SMITH SAN FRAi'CISCO. 'Sept." 8. Ha waii will everfcave a prominent part in the activities of the Panama-raci-ric Ex position, riiore so perhaps than eify other. Stale or naUon and the pity or It Is HatAlI can't take full advantage of It' Vherever officially t he exposition " "of ficals 'go. wherever an exposition asseiiHage 'appears, in t he very forefront jof hings. general ly even ; ahead of President Moore stanch a. 'cpal-blacl copk who gome year "'"050 give-; itmolula a snajip idea "of metropolitan activity .by run ning a bootblack 4a nd. the like of which "bad never ban, seen 'In Hono lulu Such activity as hJ without Its reward. official trumpeter 0 clflc Exposition:. VTeng'V gorgeous white; gold ; laced : uiifbna with "the dignity . of a pe&c?H parading his tail,. .William. I ' thing Els 'name was-; though Tm not 'sur-rubs .elbows with official life'andfrom a...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 19 September 1912

8 rfoNOLCTLU STAR-BULLETIN, THURSDAY, SEPT. 19, 1912. OPERATIONS Many Unsuccessful . And Worse Suffering Often Fol lows. Mrs. Rock's Case A Warning. The following letter from Mrs. Orvflle Rock will show how unwise it is for wo men to submit to the dangers of a surgical operation when often it may be avoided l-y talcing Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. SliCiwas four weeks in the hospital a rul came home 8 of fcrinj? worse than before Here is her own statement. Taw Paw, Mich. "Two years ago I differed very severely with a displace ment. I could not be on my feet for a long time. My phy sician treated me for several months with out much relief and at last sent me to Ann Arbor for an op eration. I was ere four weeks and came home sufferingworse than before. My mother advised me to try Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com pound, and I did. Today I am well and strong and do all my own housework. I owe my health to Lydia Pinkham's' Vegetable Compound ahd advise , my friends who are affli...

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. — 19 September 1912

HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN,' THURSDAY, SEPT. 19, 1912.- TrSJCri 7r News and Comment Written by; Experts t -3 ' Edited By " ; L. REDIirGTOII Randall DOVPJ f.iAUI CHIPS .,.'.: J' STAIR I :n) hi ) , I I I U J Fillll .,, L U u II L DUA OK 1 HE .HOUR Bv , ' : ; . i. l : ; . : y ;; ' J - ' READY TEST Now Horse and Horse Between "a Y. ;; M.l C. A. ; and Puuncne Teams Even on Jota! Pins, Too . ; : .. In games and total pIiib both it i t actljr an even break between thfuu nene and Yr M. C. Av bowling tm. last night the locals evened the score .by taking the return match from! tho " Maul men by a" margin" -."of 'lD3pins. Btrangely enough, this was exactly the winning margin of the jruunenes on their home alleys' so. on ' the figures there Isn't one whit of difference be ' tween the teams. .- h' h ,'' It was a good match thyougbout, and right up to the last few-frames the visitors bad a rhince to win. Tnree poor frames, however, aaw their hopes of victory go glimmering. The Maui rollers are . very...

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