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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 21 September 1912

IS HOSTOLtJOT lBinXETI: BXTtl(C2Ty SEPT. 21V T012. ii it 4 CADILLACS FOR 1913 SHOW ' (WILL BE BAB tliUL ' The ton Hamm-Young Company ha received by the Sierra the first instajlnient. of their large bookings for 1913 Cadillacs. It needs ' but a retlr minutes Inspection of these cars to satisfy the automobile; enthusiast that whatever expectations he may tare" hid regarding these cars, have been more than realized. ' ''The' lengthening of thfe:whee base ' 4 Inched over that of the 1912 car, will insuffc t easier riding Qualities than those of the preceding models. - .: . In the line -ot equipment, the Cad lilac'' Company has. as usual, antici pated' the popular 'desires' by Supply ing twodrawers, fitted tinder the fronf seat,. pulling out flush with 'the floor' of. the tonrieau. suitable: Tor carrying Thermos bottles," pliers arid such Incidentals.; as one wishes to have conveniently accessible?;, , ' The Ignition control Is : located on plate on the dash, and is operated xe all place...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 21 September 1912

10 : 4856 FOREIGN STUDENTS ... f.VJ nONOLULU STATI BCLTiETIN, SATURDAY, SEPT. 21, 1912. 1 PROSPERITY OF THIS NATION D n ?! , Our New Perfection Broiler 1$ pleasing many women, ft enables the housewife to broil as well on'the New Perfection Stove as over a coal fire. nse all the heat. It tooks evaih. It broils. both sides at once. It doesn't smoke. And of ccjori you arc Iftmjliar "win tLe 0ilooIVstove - - ."' - . -' f r . . It is aoch a coorenienoe D t!be year round. It will bake, broil, rout and touS juit a wcD as a regular coaltangc ,j Attte m th New Perfctioa StoW at ftmr anlen. It i haadVimeljr (nuked m nkbeL with eabmet lop. crop tbehrea, towel racks, etc Frea Cook-Bock wkh every ttoe. Cook-Book abo fnwa k anyone acadine 5 cento to cover mailias CO. v - . s .-. -, , . STANDARD Olt COMPANY Sju Fraacboe, CaL Lorn Ana elee. CaL Saa Diego. CaL I- 'V- tIocorpcatJ) . Y' ' .- y- 1 i San J, CaL , Mamrilie. CaLf .Seattle. WmL ' Stockton, CaL Frtx. CaL Spokane, Wuk, Sad-amento. CaL Portla...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 21 September 1912

20 HONOLULU STAR .BULLETIN; SATURDAY, SEPT. 21, 1912. FOR RENT i FURNISHED House on Green St., ; Two Bedrooms, " $45 per month House on Kewalo St, Three Bedrooms .:; '. $75 per month. Bishop Trust 'Co., Ltd. t24 BETHEL 8TREET ATTOilN EY AT ; LAW ;:' Kapielani Building 1 'Honolulu. 7. H P. O. Box COt 2; EG. stocks ;,v; B O N D s ; V isurance: v v - REAL ESTATE LOANS NEGOTIATED 76 ritrctsut Si;- MMt J. HOLMBERG ARCHITECT. . V ;V;V" Csumains Furnished on DuDdlugs ' Hates- Reasonable. lfu Hotai St. Oregon llldg Tel. DRINK .'.lay's Old Kona' Coffee, BEST IN THE MARKET,; , H E N R Y ;M A Y & C O Phone 1271 ; - nwm smfw tun it.y cm-' Crossroads Bookshop, 1 - Limited - . V Successors .to v ' ' ' , Drown A Lye) Co, Ltd. J ALEXANDER YOUNO DUI'.DINQ Everything in Cook." GRANGE DLOSSOM CANDIES The Most Topular Candles Hade on the Coast - HONOLULU DRUG CO, LTD. t:T4 FortSt Telephono. 1364 Clias. R. r Prazior ; ; ,;. '. Coinpauy" .J : raone 1371 12 Tint tt. Fire Insurance THE " B. F. Dillingh...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
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Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 21 September 1912

It-. . . - I ' HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN,- SATURDAY, SET 21, 1912. 21 ... i mmm&m Aiwi mtum i ' - - T JL i L W J L (r - )). v-v;'.'"- .a ' - - K V I ;,..,..,.. ' . FOR SALE FOR RENT (i. "J , FURNISHED ROOMS " v I :. SZ?. STK SZT. -, A SK. V V SS. :' ' XV iBl ! I I ... I WANTED Our customers and their, friends to come and thoroughly inspect our plant and be convinced of the supe riority jof our product, over others., Hon. Soda Works,' 34 A -N. Bere tania. ;Cnas. Kraiher, Mgr.; Tel. 3022. " 1 v '- 4941-tf Young ipan wants single furnished room 4n native . Hawaiian, family. Must b in city limits and charges reasonable.- Address Napier, care SUrBulletin; ' 5346-lt" Any person musically Inclined to de velop that talent by taking lessons from Ernest K. KaaL 69 Young Bldg,;;TeL 3687; ' k-6302-3m Btnall furnished house In dsirable neighborhood,' by icoupljjt lthout . children. care Star-Bulictln. Two ladies who know how to sew. Apply i P. ,L. On TaL 11$QL ifuuanu St. nr. Beretanla: y v 533...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 21 September 1912

HONOLULU STAH-nDLLETIN, SATURDAY, S KPT. 21, 1012. f ' A-i l.: hi i ,: - t Oceanic FOR SAN FRANCISCO S. "S. Sierra S. S. Sonoma. . . S. S. Sterra. .... ..Sept 21 ...Oct. 4 ...Oct. 19 C. Brewer & Co., Ltd., Pacific Mail Steamers of the abov company will call at Honolulu and leave this port on or about the dates mentioned below: FOR THE ORIENT S. S. Mongolia ....Sept. 20 8. S. Persia. ..Oct 12 S. S. Korea. Oct 18 J . For general information apply to H. Haclif eld & Co., mmWBR-mm ,' Steamers of the above Company or about the dates mentioned below: y X FOR THE, ORIENT ' :'' - - " ' : - ', .. -'- v: " " 8.S. Nippon ?aru......S5pt.27 8 Tenjrb Maru... Oct. 3 8. S.- Shlnyo Maru..'...:;Oct25 Calls at Manila. bmlttlng cill at CASTLE & COOKE, LIMITED, Agents,; Honolula; ; Direqt 'Service, Betvvfien San FROM "SAN iFRANCISCO . ; S. S. Lurline. . ; . .... . Sept 25 ; S. S. Wllhelmina......:.Oct 1 ; Matson JNavig . S. S..HlLONiANsaila.from Seattle forHonolulu direct on nr about ' V-OCT...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 21 September 1912

9 HONOLULU STAR-BTTILETIN, SATURDAY, SEPT. 21; 1012. 23 - 3 yV, LEGAL NOTICES. GUARDIAN'S SALE OF REAL ES TATE. In accordance with a certain order made by the Honorable Wra. L. Whit ney, Second Judge of the Circuit Court of the First Circuit. Territory of Hawaii, on the 29th day of Au gust, A. D. 1912, in the proceedings entitled, "In re Guardianship of Er nest Cummlngs", a minor. Petition for License to Sell Minor's Heal Estate"; NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the real estate belonging : to said minor,- and more "particularly herein after described, will be sold at public auction to- the highest bidder at the auction rooms of Jas .F. Morgan Col, Ltd., Honolulu, on SATURDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1912, at 12 o'clock noon of said day. Terms: Cash In United States gold coin; deeds at the expense of the purchaser. The property to be soli as aforesaid coneists of all the right, title and in terest of raid minor, being an undl-- vided one-eighth interest In and to all the lands situated Ih the Territo...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 21 September 1912

24 HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, SATURDAY, SEPT, 21, 1012. mg Sbhws By JAMES OLIVER CUR VOOD. Author o! "The Danflcr TralT CopBrtflbt. ;on, bo the 6obbs Merrill Co. CHAPTER VI. The Red Terror. I D M M I NSV word o' the school at Cburctflll bad put a new and " thrilling , thought Into Jan's bead.and always with crowing Mellsse4. This rear the school would be at Cbnrchlll and the next at fork factor, and after that It. might be gone foreverso that when Melbwe crew up there would1 be none nearer ' than what Jan looked npon as the otb mw mxwn rw vriim wmj nr-i i . i v iiiiiiii i tii m M Ak ' J ffTfU. M ' fro to. school for, Mellsse and store np treasO "which la time be might turn ' over to berl V. v ' . ' The scheme was a colossal one; by all odds the largest that bad ever entered into his dreams of what life held for blm. It was not until tbe first cold ruins otappronciiiuK wmier uuu from the north and east that be told , Cummlns'of his intentten. . Ooee ls mind was settled Jan , lost no tim...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 23 September 1912

. .'.T - FraS.F. Lurline, Sept. 23. For 8. F.t Korea, Sept 24 From Yancciteri Zealandia, Oct 9, For Y&BtoiTtrt Marama, Oct 8. Evening Bulletin, Est 1882, No" 5348. Hawaiian StarVoL XX No. 289.. .3, X2;JAGE&lIONdLULlT, TEIU:iTOUY)K;iIAVAl4 JIO$IUY, SEPT. 23, 1012. 12 PAGES.1 PRICE FIVE CEXT8 i. . nl v p ii, 3' 4 B3I 111 illiclll to P1! m n n so API n i irini p " b i General Staff Formally Announces Plans Willi Enlarge National Guard And" Organize American unteers v Q $t Q 3 $ fc ,4 3 PLANS QF GENERAL A mobile army or approximately 15,000. men. , An increase in the National Guard. v ;v . - ' ; The. making of Oahu into a separate and Independent command. 3 The organization - of a volunteer force of American residents, sep arate and distinct from the National 4 Apportionment of Troops. r t k 6 regiments of infantry .. ; . 1 regiment of cavalry ... ; .. . .... 8 battalions of field artillery' .'.m. . 10. companies of coast ' artillery 1 company, engineers .;..Xi.;...., V I compan...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 23 September 1912

HONOLULU STAIt-BULLETIN, MONDAY, SEPT. 23, 101 2. V EATHER TODAY v ... . . t . v. mi p XL PnHis from plague averaging three JjwnIrod a week are reported Jroni Amoy, China, not a great distance from Hongkong, according to, reports jvr-eived at Honolulu. The receipt of this -Information is aid will result in greater tare and attention being given the-Pacific Mail linr Korea, which wan sighted orf Barber's point at noon today, from Orienta: ports with a large number of Asiatic steerage pa3 enf rs and a -general cargo for the islands. , 1 The Korea is to remain here until t'50 ton$ of Oriental produce and mer chandise have been discharged. It. is exacted that the Vessel will be dis latched for San Francisco on or about ten o'clock , tomorrow morning. From what can bo learned here plague was still prevalent at Hongkong at the time the Korea called there from . Manila. ,The Hongkong .police report finding , many dead in: the . t trerts and vigorous methods of; dis infection are bplng carr...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 23 September 1912

HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, MONDAY, SEPT. 23, 1912. 1 E are equipped to pro dace portraits that are right, and our long ex perience Is back of ev ery picture we make. The child the parent the grandparent all are assured of a good likeness and artistic finish when we do the work. V, Come in at any time, or if more desirable make an ap pointment MlMUtMlM debuts m (Continued from Page 1) iVor supervisors W. H. McClellan, Lester, Petrle, M. - C. Pacheco,' Sam HardestyJohn ..Markham, J.: Machal ' nal. . ' '. .-r::--z--::- . svl For sheriff W,, P.. Jarrett ' r .Tor deputy sheriff Chas. H. Rose. .. For . treasurer Charles ' J. McCar thy. . : VV- " ' 1 'For county attorney J." LIghtfoot f There ' were : no suggestions , for the positions of clerk and ' auditor made at V the .caucus yesterday, and It; Is possible that no candidates will - be named - to oppose the incumbents. VWhen the ticket as presented was ,read, there was, a how) of; Indignation from the. members of the anti-Jarrett faction, ...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 23 September 1912

HONOLULU- STAR-BULIETIK, MONDAY, - SEPT 5 v J f 1 Villi, ni .r I I II II y II II I RILEY H. ALLEN EDITOR MONDAY.... .8KPTEM KU 1012 i trith uan'mr-Konh'tl euie ttx it in icith uumnr-ueeled bottle; the less theij hare in the fn the more noixe they make in jfwtring it out. PojiC. .: . i : THE "CITIZENS TICKET" Tlu Ko-mllcd ''citizens' ticket" is xlost iiifn) for ijuick ami iulorioiis death, and .under the cir cumstances wliicli iirronnd itH interject ion into the fall campaign, a ijeedy demise is both log ical and fitting. I, :i...t-': Promoted in wetrrecy. launched ills mystery arid kept under the shadowof pol itical. . ilfrgtfi ; macy, thiKcitiwn'? ticket is anything Imt what ; it name, JiiJieates., Jt is born .into the. world with all the' birthmarks of lieing; the creation of J disapiMMiiUnl ambition., Its lrtake-up is not only lacking in strength, but chosen,yini(sucu,Khort sighted lack of - consultation .lyltli- the, jnen naiuwl thereon that at fhe outset the' child has uusnm'ss...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 23 September 1912

lr REGREATO r OWE OF UWCtESAM'S BEST-PAID liliBiiESTOMD MAJOR VH Is ;U ??.; Siiorial Star-ItulMIn Corn-7nJnvJ WASHINGTON, ' D. ., Sept 8. Miss Margaret Valentine Kellf, the second highest salaried woman in the employ of the United State tiovern ment, 3 going to be ' married. Her engagement to Major Robert Callan, Conft Artillery, was announced at i'oitsmouth, N. H. by her brother John V. Kelly, last week. As exam iner of ins mint Miss Kelly receives 52000 a year and is next In rank to Director Ceorge E, Roberts Miss Julia' Lathrop, chief of the Children's Bureau, Is the "only wbtian in the em ploy of the government who, receives a higher salary ' than Miss Kelly.1 ' v Miss Kelly has : returned to Wash ington, from New ; Hampshire; ' where she spept (ber' vacation, and ts! In her apartment' at the fashionable Rocham beau. 4 She will not' discuss her com ing niarnage, the date of 'which has not yet; been 1 fixed; further than ! to admit that the announcement rof the engagement has' be...

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. — 23 September 1912

HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, MONDAY,: SEPT. 23, 1912. We have just received our new line of O Tl 77oTlo mm x TT TT III mm T7D TV Supe rior in every respect :,..). Limited Hotel and Fort Streets D DC: OR DO YOU MERELY The QUEEN INSURANCE CO. of America Assets nearly . C2 TEN MILLION DOLLARS and .MET SURPLUS jFIVE MIL- J LION DOLLARS has the strength that assures safety. We Q will be pleased to' explain Its policy. : ''): v:;v ?y:S?:z':7 P1 AW!!AW TRUST GO-Ltd. B ' -MA) 923 Tort Street a '';)VV;--::: 2 p r "5 n- r votaresses , ' SOMETHING ENTIRELY NEW . 7' A new use for one of Hawaii's products that bids fair to be on cf the foremost of Hawaii Industries. The cotton is grown by the iCsneohe Ccttan Co. at windward Oahu. .";''-; '-':' y:1. These mattreses are guaranteed to be the best In the market' VVA 45-POUND MATTRESS - ,$26.00 .-. 40-POUND MATTRESS ; 123.00 The - mattress Is filled with cotton felt manufactured from se lected long fibre cotton grown on the Hawaiian Islands. Guaran teed n...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
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Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 23 September 1912

HONOLULU ; STAK-BUI.LETIN, MONDAY, SEPT. 23, : 1912. i t- i LAURENCE REDINGTON SPORTING EDITOR THE TRUTH ABOUT SPORT IS NEVER AKNOCK , 1 i i o cWe$6io4K244K&4 tc t ? f t ? 1 ?c t r a 1. LIS ALi:i 1 ft. it ADICES OF AS BEATING lElAUlfM If Honolulu it coins to make a 'col- block it. the-ball Koine to the bleech- iievllUU Ul maul ucuscuaii ociijo, ji, o c i n aim uuiu iuub vuuuug iu. up to the J. A. C.s to ply the knife. I There was a good crowd on hand, isaiuraay toe rpnuguese "... uiu ineirj in spice or toe religious ceremonies fnart - hut Yesterday the Valley Isl- Across the war. The NiuDonese fans anders 'proved too tough a proposi-j rooted their hardest for the Asahis, fion for the Asahis, who went down j but it .would have taken more than Io defeat 4 to 1, so It's now an even: good will to pull out-the game after "break, with the deciding game . to, that one bad inning. '.... come off Tuesday "afternoon. ; j -The score: 1 ; The fourth inning practically sewed) MAUI 1 AB B BH ...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 23 September 1912

4 8 HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN', MO?iAYV'&EFT. 23, 19i's' V. ' ,1 , ;C. E. K J ... tace. - -V 1 WANTED . Our customers and their friends to come r and thoroughly Inspect oar plant and be convinced of the supe , riority of our product over others. Hon.; Soda Works, 34 A -N. Bere tania. Chaa. E. .Frasher, Mgr.; Tel. 3022. - v 4941-tf Any person musically Inclined to de- velop that talent by taking lessons from-. Ernest K. Kaai, 9 Young ; Bldg.; Tel 3687. k-5302-3m - Good girl for general housework; $asy ? v position. . Apply G. C.; Hofgaard, 811 11th Ave., Kalmuki, or Honolulu Wire Bed Co. v . 5347-5t -Small furnished house, in desirable . - neighborhood, by coupla without children- - "Z43,".care Star-Bulletin. : Two ladles , who know how; to sew. . Apply P. L. On TaL -1190 Nuuanu : St. nr. Beretania. , i, : 5336-lm , V SITUATION WANTED. v " Energetic ' Hawaiian born U Chinese ' , wishes to secure position, in office. :. Understands bookkeeping and, type " - writing. Address 'K. S.", ...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 23 September 1912

HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, MONDAY, SEPT. 23, 3912. li h MC SlieclIIifflsliMP Co IIOVEIIEUT FIRE UMLSTEiH WAN Oce TS n l. WW I I f ,,,,, . : I " .. . 7 ir I ll1 TV ... FOR SAN FRANCISCO 8. 8.: Sierra.... . . . ; .Sept 21 8. 8. Sonoma.... ...... .Oct. 4 8. S. Sierra.; ........ . . .Oct 19 & Co., Ltd., Pacific Mail "; Steamers of the above company will call at Honolulu and leave this port on or about the dates mentioned below: FOR THE ORIENT 8. 8. Mongolia......... Sept 20 8. 8. Persia..... ...... ..Oct 12 S. S. Kq rea ............ Oct 1 8 : For 'general Information apply to H. Haclif old & Co., "Steamers of: the above Company or about the dates' mentioned below: FOR THE ORIENT 8. 8. Nippon Maru...;. .Sept 27 (("8.48. Tenyo Maru ....Oct 3 s. 5. sninyo Maru....... Oct Z5 ; Calls at Manila, omitting: call ar mm WW ; CASTLE & COOKE, LIMITED, Agents, Honolulu; OJatson Navig Direct Service Between San ST FCOM SAN FRANCISCO Lurline.. ....... ..Sept 25 S. S.' Wllhelmlna........Oct A ...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 23 September 1912

HOXOT.UUJ STAnBCTXFmyMOXDAY, SErT. 2319J2. ; be 1 , Ti. .... - - ; t-7 - -ri- -v.r--.. c r 1 ? " r"1" i t"'"'"1 .'f'1, - p '. . - - - - i . t V . - ' 4 ' . v; msonicTemple MONDAY: v ; ;' Leah! ( lujiier jio. 2, ReguUr. -tUesdayi 'HoBOlola ; Lo&gtr Third Deg. WEDNESDAY' V - JIawttllan Lode, Third Dep. ;tHursoayi v- . FRIDAY! ' OrVantc Lodge, Second Deg. SATURDAY! V; All .'Visiting membew of the order are cordially Invited to at tend meetings oflocal lodges. . HOSOLXXU LODGE, 516, B. r. 0. E, trvN Honolulu Lodged No. VWY.'i fit R TV . P fl Elk8. meets in their hall; on King St; near fort, every ; Friday.: evening. Visiting Brothers are cordially invited to at tend. .', . '-' ' ' A.' E. MURPHY, E. R. 1LDUNSHEE, Sec - Meet oil the 2nd and' :4th Mon- " N ' - ";days of each ' ; month tat K. P. Jiaii, 7;su p. m. . C Js Members of oth- MarJne ..Engineers' er ABSociations ; Beneficial V are . cordially, in V . Association . vited to attend. TO.- ITeKlXLEY LODGE, 70. 8 : :- r ; K. f iv S?...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 23 September 1912

HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, MONDAY, SEPT. 23, 1912. i t-Mf " '. '! - " : '"' f -7-: -! : ' :Vi - - ; '. ' V -' - -; Y sjr.sriS- . - V -11 Mr "-- 7-' "". PENROSE SAID TO HAVE PKOOF . FIRS. X. C. B. ALLEW ROOSEVELT IIH Of BIO RIND DIES AT HER H AUSTRALIAN Butter a 1 ... - V- "i: - i " f t .a. 18 SUI'KitlOll TO ALL OTHKKS, KOIl s6.MK REASON, AND THE DEMAND FOR IT IS GROWING. OUU LAST SHIP MENT IS THE BEST WE HAVE HAD. Metropolitan Meat Market HEILBRON & LOUIS TELEPHONE 3445 I HIGH. CLASS - Upholstery and Drapery Work J. HOPP & CO., Ltd. INTER STATE THE ONLY COMPLETE' CAR. ' Electrically Self: Started and Lighted MODEL 405 Passenger, Fore Doot Touring Car MODEL 414 Passenecr Demi Tonneau. : , , UODEL 42 Roadster type all with the splendid new (JJO '7(1 A en fcloc motor, 4 in. borer5 inu stroke; 40 H.P. lUU MODEL 507 Passenger, Fore Door .Touring , Car. , , MODEL 514 Passenger, Demi Tonneauv : MODEL 52 Roadster tyOe-rall with the new " V head 5 in. bore, 6 in. stroke motor ; 50.KP Jl...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 23 September 1912

HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, MONDAY, SEPT. 23, 1912. School Room Needs We have everything you may need in school supplies Pent, Pencils, Erasers, Sponges, Slates, Rulers, Scratch Books. Pads. Composition Books,, Crayons, ; Drawing Instruments and Ma terials, Fountain Pens. You will find our stock com plete and prices .low. Hawaiian News Co. Limited ; Alexander Young Building i - The Torlc" lens 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 ennoying reflections. . The "Toric" Icns Is for particular people who want t-e best and are satisfied with noth i zg less. It costs a little more, but it Is worth It We fit the Toric" la eye-glass or spectacle. Factory on the premises. A. K .Satiford, Cotton Building Fort Street Over May & Co. Andrew Carnegie Has :Lfohey0y: To Give Away Because he first learned to save it. Beginning on low wages he made it a firm principle to save1 a l...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
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Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 23 September 1912

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