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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 20 September 1912

10 ndNOLOLD STAn-BULIaETIN, Fill DAY. SEPT. 20, 1012. enpte v':...--.'.-:'A-:, IVIeelrfy Calendar MONDAY Lfitlil Chapter 2, Krgukir. TUESDAY: Honolulu Lodgr, Third Deg. WEDNESDAY! Hawaiian Lodirr, Third Irg. 'V- THURSDAY! FRIDAY! Of iwinW Lodge, .Second Dep. SATURDAY! ". .All visiting members of the order are cordially invited to at tend meeting of local lodge. HOAOLULILLODGE, 616, B. IV 0. E. Honolulu Lodge No. 616, a P. O. Elks. meets In their hall, on King St, near Fort, every Friday . evening. Visiting ; Brothers are cordially Invited to at 1 tend. - A. K. MURPHY, E. It. H. DUNSHEE, Sec j Meet on the 2nd and 4th Mon days . of- each month 'at K. P. . Hall, 7:80 p. m. Members' of ; oth- Marlne Engineers' er ' Associations . Beneficial. , : are cordially , In- . Association- . v I ted to Attend. TOL JTcKL LET. LODGE, HO.' 8, V Vyy K. of: P., ; ; Meets everr 2nd &n9 4th Pnr. ja day evening at' 7:30 o'clock it K, of : P.. Halh cor. Fort anc Beretania; , -Visiting; brothen cordial...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 20 September 1912

HONOLULU" STAK-BULLETIX, FRIDAY, SEPT. 20, 1012. 11 FOR RENT FURNISHED House on Green St., Two Bedrooms, $45 per month House on Kewalo St., Three Bedrooms $75 per month. Bishop Trust 124 BETHEL STREET -ATTORNEY AT LAWi i -.4 1 KapioUnI Building Honolulu f. H. E. G. STOCKS B ON D S ISURANCE REAL ESTATE LOANS NEGOTIATED 76 Cerent St. , FUGHe 3Q13 J. HOLMBERG 1 ARCHITECT." Estimate" Furaistied on Building ; Rates Reasonable. ISO Hotel St, Oregon Bldg. Tel. X6M DRINK Hay's Old Kona Coffee BEST IN THE MARKET . . . . H EN R Y M AY C O. Phone 1271 T Aasounrur corra THE Crossroads, Bookshop, t III " Successors to J i '"' Crown' A Lyon Co 'Ltd. ALEXANDER YOU NO BUILDING V Eve ryihl$ Cooks Orf.CC CLOSSOM. CANDIES The iu.o.st -Popular Candies Hade "v ,:;v on tho Coast j; HONOLULU DRUG CO, LTD. 1024 Fort St Telephone 1364 Oiii Company & iy Phoni; 1S71 : 1S2 Kir? tt . : : ,THE ' .-v: ' B. F. Dillingham Co. ; LIMITED , General Agent foVViawail: Atlas Assurance Company of London, New York Unde...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 20 September 1912

12 HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, FRIDAY, SEPT. 20, 1912. AUSTRALIAN BUTTER The last shipment patted the pure food man without a question; it is above standard. Try some of the SMOKED RED SNAPPER and SMOKED MULLET from New Zealand the finest fish ever sold in'thls market. Metropolitan Meat Market HEILBRON A LOUIS TELEPHONE 3445 HIGH CLASS itl. i.t j n -th upnoisiery aim ui apery J. HOPP & CO., Ltd. THE ONLY COMPLETE CAR sJSt INTER STATE MODEL 405 Passenger, Fore Door Tourin g Car. w. MODEL 414 Passenger Demi Tonneaa. MODEL 42 Roadster type all with the splendid new, (t 07(1 ft en bloc motor, 4 in. bore, 5 in! stroke; 40 H.P. W. 'MODEL 507 Passenger, Fore Door Touring Car. MODEL 514 Passenger, Demi Tonneau. 1 MODEL 52 Roadster type I1 with the new T" head (JJQ 7ftft 5 in. bore, 6 in. stroke motor; 50 H.P..7......... P3 I.UU GEO. W. MOORE Telephone 1902. Demonstrator and Sellinj Agent. Japan (5 PER ROLL OF 40 YARDS se Fort St 1 . j. - r'- EsUblished 1893 t - .. ; .. , . ;.; ; ,. ; THE BE...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 21 September 1912

1 X: s 4 Trent A' F.i Lurline, Sept. ror S. F.t Korea. Sept. 24. From fancoiTtrs Zealand la, Oct. 9. For YaocoaTerx Marama. Oct. 8. Evening Bulletin. KBt. 1Rxl No. 5347 Hawaiian Star. Vol. XX.. No. 638. Visitors Capture Servor Event After Desperate Battle VTo Very End CLOSE FINISHES THRILL ' CROWD OF SPECTATORS Puuncnes and Myrtles Tied for Third Dead Heat in ! v Freshman Race - The seventeenth annual Regatta Day will live long in the history of . Island sport. Honolulu's , best and biggest holiday ; of - the year, making the. Glorious Fourth the exception ' for . v uinouc reasons, ipucnea nigu. waici mark today , the Regalta; of 1912 be : jng pronounced on every,side as the greatest ever fiem. . , v ; ' , . Honolulu proper was deserted The , people of the city, meaning the peo : pie of every race, color. . and class, ; simply walked out of their' homes and places of business,' and - tool them selves to, Ihe Waterfront, lo forget do mestlc. and " business worries in th ' enjoyment- ...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 21 September 1912

HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, SATURDAY, SEPT. 21, 1012. . O . T? StlALL CARGOES ARE THE RULE 1 There are but few sugar mills on t tlawail and Maul at present grinding dane, according to reports which have , titeen received with, the arrival of a : nunitef 61 steamers In the Inter-Isl- - ana coasuns service.,. ; The sugar report brought to liono fold ihls morning by Purser Phillips - in' Uie Mauna Kea shows, a small 'K Amount. of the product awaiting- shlp j taeni ae, the big island warehouses. ' Slany of the mills will be overhauled ' andjjjaced inronditlon to handle.the ifllT crab': Paauhau and Hakalau I plantation mills are to be given con f sldefable attention in "order that an Increased amount of sugar may follow. . It U stated that new centrifugals will J be Installed, at Paauhau. - Within th$ pastfewdays several In- ter-Island steamers have returned to ? port with sugar.mlll machinery sent Dpra teir renaJr. '.. - A new clarification , system, also 2-evaporators, it is said, will be ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 21 September 1912

f i HONOLULU STAB-BULLETIN, SATUBDAY, SEPT. 21, 1912. t Av 8" w E are equipped to pro duce portrait that are r'ght, and out long ex perience Is back of ev ery picture, we make. - RE WOMIMTES OLD OFFICERS I course the previous election of ' oQ erswas cy -temporary ar no con titution was adopted. Indeed it was no such a thins: as Hiss Davies learned, being promptly ruled out of order by: Mrs, Truaty. rwhereupon the chairman of the con stitution committee refused to do a ': single- thing, so there, until It - was definitely decided who was going to Endorse TerritoriaJ Platform and Adopt Resolutions of Con- Jjp OOienCe On tne Ueatn 01n. r. DaiOWin . Immediately some resignations were V;- .1" v w j presented., airs. Trusty: precipitately U3 I 11 The child the parent the; grandparent all are assured of a good likeness and artistic finish when we do the work. ; Come fa'atany time, or If more desirable make an ap pointment. , ' . BEAUTIFUL CAKE IN Special Star-Bulletin Correpom-noe WAILUKU,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 21 September 1912

HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, SATURDAY, SEPT. 21. 1912. m t J iii v RILEY H. ALLEN EDITOR SATURDAY. . . .HKI'TKM HKK 21, 1012 For ihrjl can comjucr trhn hrlirrr thri ran. Dryden. .CONGRATULATIONS, ALL ! Xloriolulii' lowing crews extend to the victori ous ljunedas congratulations on the finish of a race that brought .'civil it. to every entrant. It waa a gmit nice, and the losing crew's wen not outclassed. The four boats wen alirayt close together, and the Healanis niade a conra gebus fight in the last few hundreds yards that thrilled the thousands of spectators. Not a mar in any lat but rowed his race to the end. Anc it? was.this exhibition of pluck and sportsman ship that after all means more than victory. V The Californians are to fie ;complimqntel or their great race under conditions i to, which they are mort or less strangers. And all of the flub are wortliy of compliment for making the seven teenth annual rrgatta day such a brilliant suc cess, ff . - '"'.V ::':- P.--S Now it is up to...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 21 September 1912

V . - HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, SATUKDAT, SErT. 21, 1012. LOCAL AND GENERAL For a hack ring up 2307. Snort white Chamois Gloves at Whitney & Marsh. New line fall millinery. First class trimmer has arrived from the East. "Dickerson's." Hotel Majestic. Wanted Two more passengers for around - the - island at $5.00. Lewis Stables and Garage. Tel. 2141. Chickens. Six hundred to arrive per Lurline, Sept. 2j. Tel. 1109 or Club Stables, call at "A Kukui St. v. Ardmtct Around, Around-For Mr. Fisher j ' . .... t f : Whitney; '."WMsM9 Limited . X; v ' The total rote for each candidate 'in1' the order appearing above was as follows: 208. 255, 1879, 291,S93. 25, 42, 212. 248. 45, 254, 27. 135, 87; 7. 27..:;-;, j .-. : 7 .;.v; y. Yi FIFTH DISTRICT , ' : Pre- ' ; i ancv : ": :: ', 3 ..a f a o. to ' a 5. 1 2 2 2 4 8 12 6 6 14 .5 2 17 5 14 19' 3 2 4 8 9 3 2- ' 8 12 6 6 ; 14 i 4 10 2 :. . ... 2 4 8 6 :r ..Mo 6 . v. G 7 ..... '6 8 ..... 14 9 ..... 3 10 .. 11 ..... .. 12 ....'5 13 13 14 ..... 1 5 .. ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 21 September 1912

I Ail)' -i4T .'. rf - DAY IS ft J r Pens- Ink, Alexander Ybiihg Bldg. - " REGATTA ;0L0RS FLYING IN , ideal "veather And water coaditfotfs, Jmmeftse" crbwda : and unbounded en ttiUEiasm; combined to male the sey t enteentb annuit , regatta, a really--,un ',v$ual succfsg.i The races were rowed Wader' tne best 'of water '.conditions, tm d condl tl ons ''wMcn ave 'tne ; e rews ; Viae 'to cbraplain'x Tn -facCthtrfe : - arent anexes' on 'Xtls score anyi Vayr Tne'cre's are not that kind oX shorts. ',; . ' -4f 'ti.f-: ' v As early as 8 o'clock thismornIng ' tne crowds had begun to gather along' 'tne waterfront' i .The Rapid Transit f company put ; on af car running from trie end of the waterfront lln down v i along tlie :,l?wa sMe of tnu )iarbor tffj toe ,$ifkt9$6& cluDjjaBslng' the'We, .slant Tn't 'An a 'wm v - T ief crit Jtl' 4 ' biuu wix vuc v tuts niu great help4n;fcinftigtie crowd and : getting t Spectators "to 'tHe tarlous, - r-polntsvof vantage ViT'v:' J V Never.' have such 'crow...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 21 September 1912

nOXOLULU STAimULLKTItf, r -SAWBDAYrSEPT.-21rttt2r '4J- V . .: '..- .. - . f . . 1 4 v. 1 ' ' y.t . - - .Jr'c - fte-:- t'.- -: .0 Wst.e is;. . or v.- V A. --' ; Si tJl lLU.ii.LJd INil-iVV X"UNiL' " Jl'..HriLX-U, U ilil I " , S " - ! A ; V -: ' ' . V- ? : '' :" - ' ! . . t - J : , V . . , J1. .... J ' I L I .-. . ' I . . .. J :;-.:jL. .., I :- - -: - ' " . ; : " ' ' -' ,:' ' :':.:':"r' :'. . :'- '. "--. - i''' ' ; :!r-'.:. '!..... V?- . ? - , . , .' ' i- v.' , . v ' . .; ' ' ;.:'v ' r -: . v . :' - - .v .. ,., : .jc-.v. ... , . -.. fc.. -... 9 - . i ... -'.t r-,-.?nrwyv':.L. - y ' . rvp-.'r-: .- .v;.-. . - . v.. ..- v 1 . i n , .' v-.: r - t - t r "Ti - ' I i iliiwr r - MjgMtaMm 1 iin 'i'f' - - (Continued froita agr) , Program Move Slowly. ' " The program took much longer this year than last, and It 12il5 p. m. when the senior pair oar race ended. ;r The , meet, . at that tnie pTO"mIited to continue until 5 o'clock this evening. ' It was freely predicted at that time, even by some old...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 21 September 1912

HONOLULU STAB-BULLETIN, SATURDAY, SEPT. 21. 1012. s School Room Needs We liave everything you may need in school supplies Pen,- Pencil, Eraser, Sponges, Slate, Rulers, Scratch Books, Pad, Composition Books, Crayons, Drawing Instrument and Ma terials, Fountain Pens. You will find our strxi; com plete and prices low. Hawaiian News Co. LimiUd Alexander Young Building 0 The Only . Guaranteed Exterminator Stearns' Electric RatRoach Paste Exterminates rats, mice, cockroaches, waterbugs, etc. Ready for use. Better tban traps. Money Back if it Fails. 25c and $1.00. Sold by Drug giU ETciywfcere. ALL DRUGGISTS PARCELS POST LAV: WHAT IT MEANS, Ai HOW IT VILL WGRK mm, STIUAE1T The Torlc", len Is ground with a deep, Inner curve, which, permits ;of the lens being placed much; closer to the eye, allowing a wider range of vision with no perceptible edges or annoying reflections. The "Toric lens Is for particular people.who want: the best and are satisfied with noth- k ing less; It costs a little mo...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 21 September 1912

- ' V HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN SATURDAY, SEPT. 21, 1912. LAURENCE REDINGTON SPORTING EDITOR the truth about sport . is never a knock 2 -7 7 MAD ISOW LOSES BAUERSOCK ON IS DISPUTED I BY LAURENCE REDINGTON. If there were 1000 persons in the plenty of men to back up their state Asahl theatre last night, 333 1-3 think ments v- .;.. that Referee Alike Paton's award of Fight Promised Welt, the main event Ho Bauersock was It was a crying shame that the strictly in accord with the rules. The fight should have come to so unsat other 666 2-3 spectators believe that isfactory and speedy an ending, for Eddie Madison was the victim of one of the most , distressing mistakes looked as though It would be a hum ever made' In a local ring. Just about mer from gong to gong. . Madison en- two our of every three of those who witnessed a round and a half of what promised to be the mill of the season take the Madison end of the controversy, and )fc!,v that Paton's judgment wao wronf. for the one- hird '. an...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 21 September 1912

10 V OUR .-V has pi all on the same lines. The very best scientific development has been neglected on account ot the deniand .fpr low-priced .pianos'. Old names have gone into combination With cheap makes to reach the market We, Have se high grade pianos that we guarantee to b? phtial fn anv hut thp fsTRTMWAV thnf aup cpII nf a We do expert ; Tuning V :::;fiu3 of Many Visiters ' from Ccccrt 'Llidst ihi Tall : i c uiw vvcu gcuci lit CXUUUS LUC t fortnight of Wahiawa'g summer j is. Teachers students' and their) II'j have been forced back to the! : r.J dust of the city, ; , ; . l i colony of Wchiawa, in the heart Chu, In the very core, as It were, ; tl.e pineapple district; Is becomings - e attractive to visitors every sum- i r The cool, delicious mountain ,the quiet, restful nights days,: , If one wishes plus lass fishing, t ting, riding; driving picnics In the ; and gulches, tennis playing, .mo-j "g to Haleiwa, Leilehtia or .eveato olultl (if necessary), all-'this I ; ts many who' co...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 21 September 1912

- V; . V v si w' n . V a- California H ' v NEW YORK Secretary, of War ta;s tutu, ue .s.tuuiiutcu iuai im& vujr i8 impregnaoi ana auax up oreigu iieet couia get j?ast-tne various forts - that , defend' the harbor. This opinion was passed , after iie had visited Fort Wadsw'orth.N Fort Hamilton and Fort Hancock, the latter at Bands Hook' and the others In Brooklyn and Staten Islandon otino-t site sides o the Narrows. He was accompanied; n "-.his tour ;',y' ' General Weayer,chief of the coaat: artillery, V and at Fort 'Wadswortb he; met. General. Blks, .whbVsowed hini how'' how44lec-I trie keys and levers contrql guns and submarine mines : that ; .would ' destrby, any fleet' of hostile-shipjSithat 'earne r withipv range."- In each of. the forts the men wfere called but, and went. through" theirfdrill; exactly as if an en ymy were in sight! ,ln some cases actual. shots, were ' fired.vAlter .this the Secretary came to the Pacific Coast on his tonr. ' '. ' '. : . IV " "j. - -,:,',' '-i...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 21 September 1912

ft , 12 ; ; . fJra. 8. C O. King Now Visiting In Honolulu. Mrs. fi. CJ. O..Klng, hose picture appears; In this issue was formerI Miss Maria Cummings of this city. .Mrs. King has been away, .from Ho nolulu for fifteen years find la new here on' a visit At the present time she is the house guest of the Princess Kalaniaoaole. During her stay here Mrs. King has been .Kucst-ot honor iat many dinners, luncheons and teas, and hef; friends and relatives ; here, have planned many more such affairs for her. . - . : Miss Florence Hoffmann's Card Party. Mips Florence Hoffmann" entertain ed . at an Informal bridge party yes terday afternoop t her home on Kee Eumoku street The prires werehand embroidered guest towels and were piren to Mrs. Sheedy and"MlsSaTalr Lucas. Among those present were Miss Sarah Lucas, Miss Betty Case, Miss Helen Brown. Mrs. Sheedy. Mrs. Gerald Johnson, Miss Ethel Spalding, Miss Edith Cowles and Miss Florence HoffmanaJ ...... fR . : .. . : 4 4ft ; ; " " .;; -'; Rosa Bonheu...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 21 September 1912

1 HONOLULO STAR BULLETIN, SATURDAY SEPT. 21, 1912 . 13 r ))JiMMvJ.Sll 1 .. , Social News From rs v- (By C. Sy ALBERT.) ' WASHINGTON, D. C Sept. 8. Col. Me for several ' weeks, returned to and Mrs. Gardener, who 111 be hosts New York Thursday 'and sailed for ct the presidio for the Secretary of Mexico, where . they will remain Vfor War. and Mrs. Stlmson during, their two months: The first secretary, big stay In San Francltco, at a large gar- nor de la Cueva, will be charge den prfr. iiave two small daughters,' d affairs during the absence of the aai Bsrendina and Martha. Barenduia Is bassador. . named for Col. Gardener's. mother and j firandmother and Is a much traveled j Miss Gertrude Mulhausen of Haiti young lady. She. has traveled over more it the guest of Miss Edna Oppen 39,000 miles with her parents, as Ool. helmer of Kalorama road. Gardner has been ordered to various stations In the Jwt decade. He has liv- ' Mrs. Grace Parker left Washington ed in the Philippine Islands, Japan,...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 21 September 1912

11 HONOLULU STA-B.UWiETIK, S.VTCRPAY, SEPT 21, 1912. u ..: : )r ) We have just received our new line oi Miliary V) x- -Q ' Pi lynhamson & tSuttolph Stock and Bond Brokers Plane US2 . 'rKb. Box S28 XERCIIA5T, STREET floholu In StOCll Exchange Thursday, Septl 19. NAME OF STOCK. Bld. Asked. Sud erior in every resnect Eeiason,Smi " '' ''.t Limited Hotel and Fort Streets ( u o i 4 MERCANTILE. C. Brewer & Co SUGAR, ... Bwa Plantation Co Hawaiian Agric Co. .... . Ifaw. Cora. & Sug. Co Hawaiian Sugar Ca . . . . . Honomu Sugar Co. ...... Ilonokaa Sugar Ca Haiku Sugar Co. Hutchinscn Sugar Plant. . Kahuku PIaLfstion Co. . . . Kekaha Sngai Co. . ; . . . Koloa Sugar Co . . . McBryde Sugar Ca , . . . , Oahu Sugar' Ca ... Onomea Sugar Co. Claa Sugar Co Ltd Papub.au Sugar Plant Co. PaclflcSugar M 111 Paia Flantation Co. .... . Pepeekeo Snar Co. Pioneer Mill Ca . v . Walalua Agric Co. . . . . . . Walluku Sukr Co. ... . . . Walmanalo Sugar Co. Walmea Sugar Mill Co. . . 13 10 2:0 5 ,6M mi ...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 21 September 1912

HONOLtJLU' STAR-BULLETIX, SATURDAY, SEPT21. 1012. TOtBiraiiiiom it'll " i l''; ; - ' t -. r . ,-' .- T . " ;.. TV , Masonic temple C Q. Yee ' & Co., Hop .v 5;. , - .s IVeeftv Calendar MONDAYt Leaif Chapter .o. 2, Regular. TUESDAY! lUnvlnlp . Lodze, Third Dep. WEDNESDAY: ' ; " . llav&UM.Lo&re, Third Dfg. THlftSDAYt FriibAYi'r .OcepnJc, Lodgre, Second Reg. $ SATURDAYr "i;,v l - A tr visiting member of the order re cordially Invited to at tend meetings' iii lbcraf Iddfces. ' IIO.NOLIXU LODGE, tttzlxrtt-tXXi ! 616; B. P. O. Elks, i meets In their hall, oh If Itt St tion t . VArt , every" Friday- frrtnm&v coTaWMyfinvHfed'to ' tendx-?"7iPM-M '! - r A. E.(: M URPH T; E.: ' R!1 H. DUNSHEK, .SeCa -i: ' , r Meet bn'iWZhd and 4 th Mon days of ,ca month at K. nail, 7:30': p.--a.' Members of 9th- Marine' Engineer' f , Beneficial Astoclation'" er Associations are cordially in vited X& alteml. r WIT. IfcKIXtXir. LOOOE, KO. 8, S '' ' , - Meets everrnd And 4th JUfn. ' daf evening...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 21 September 1912

10 HONOLULU STAR BULLETIN,- SATURDAY, SEPT. 21, 1912. AUSTRALIAN The last shipment passed the pure food man without a question; it Is above standard. Try some of the SMOKED RED SNAPPER and SMOKED MULLET from New Zealand the finest fish ever sold In this market. Metropolitan Meat Market HEILBRON & LOUIS HIGH J. HOPP & Upholstery and THE ONLY COMPLETE CAR V MODEL 40 5 Passecgtr, Fore Door Touring Car. MODEL 414 Passenger Demi Tonncau. C MODEL 42 Roadster type-rail with en bloc motor, 44 in. bore, 5 MODEL 50 7 Passenger, Fore Door Towing Car. MODEL 514 Passenger, Demi Tonneau. MODEL 52 Roadster type 11 with the new "T head ' 5 in. bore, 6 in. stroke motor; 50 H.P.;;.... GEO. W. MOORE Telephone 1902. .'-. ' ; - ' Demonstrator and Sellinj Agent 5 PER ROLL OF n ;-: fcstaonsnea issu ; r..;; , . - - :: THE BEST OF LAUNDRY WORK :vT. ' V ; 777 KING STREET J. ABAD IE, r- ;! Give Your QrQcer An ? - v A JracKage or v ; BetterThan Butter ForCooking - - .Love's 1 Ceo It takes more than the...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 21 September 1912

3 V HONOLULU STAU-B ULLETIN, &YTUItDAYf SEPT;21, 1912. r 17 AND THEIR: INTERESTS v Local Ghat: EoUe and Fashion- Hints: Religious and Other. Activities:! .Things Feminine 11M 7 7, COLORS OF tHE COMING WINTER 1 , The uninitiated may -well yonder where the new colors come. from. To them it may . be interesting to ., learn they' are decided upon by a congress or board of manufacturers across the seas, says a New York Tribune writ er. This color- charts as itIs called, is Issued in time to be used as a guide by :A the.' manufacturers In this country, as well as those abroad, for the goods they, are preparing for the . season ahead of the one the consum er is Interested In. This chart, at the best, Js only a guide, but it .has a cer tain bearing on the situation. If you pee on every side- a certain color you naturally conclude that it Is the fash ionable shade", and you ; follow the herd and ask : at the hop for that shade that is, you do this if you are ' one of the btg majority.;-T...

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