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

' HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, MONDAY, SEPT. 23, 1012. PLAGUE AT CHINESE PORTS RESULTS ip CAREFUL INS 1 : s . . , Deaths from plague averaging three hundred a week are reported from Amoy, China, not .a great distance from Hongkong, according to reports received at , Honolulu.' The receipt of this information Is said will result in greater care and attention being given the Pacific Mail .liner Korea, which was sighted off Barber's point at noon today, from Orients" ports with a large number of Asiatic steerage pas sengers and a general cargo for the islands. The Korea, is to remain here until PSO tons of Oriental . produce and mer-j chandise haye been discharged. It is ' expected that , the vessel will be dis patched for San Francisco on or about ten o'clock , tombfrow; morning. From .what . can be learned here plague was stfll prevalent at Hongkong at the time the 'Korea called there from, Manila. -The Hongkong police report finding -V many dead in .the streets and vigorous methods of di...

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. — 23 September 1912

HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, "MONDAY,- SEPT. 23, 1912. POLITICAL NEWS AND NOTES IIIIiII!IIlII r WE are equipped to pro duce 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. . Come in at any time, or If .more desirable make an appointment. 4 fWTOGEAPflW Failing to receive what they con sidered was a fair and Impartial treat ment at the hands of the last Repub lican county convention, where sev eral candidates for legislative and mu nicipal ticket? were thrown . down hard and fast, the "soreheads, or! rather those who were not nominal "And for that purpose, we will try to elect him as a Senator In Novem ber.' " Captain Robert W. Parker, candi date for the shrievalty, was in consul tation this morning with 1 be leaders of the anti-Jarrett forces. It was then that he was assured of the sup- ed. are now seriously thinking -of run-port of the jin...

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. — 23 September 1912

1 v 4 ; " HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN. MONDAY, SEPT. 2;?. 1012. 4 RILEY H. ALLEN - EDITOR MONDAY.. .SEPTinilii;U 23, 1912 . f i rii iiarroir-souleil people ax it h irith iuirnnr-ueelel bottle: the less the) hare in them the more noie.they make in9 ponrimj it out. 1)JH". THE "CITIZENS': TICKET" . The ho-calhil "citizens' ticket" is ilcstiiHtl for quirk ami inglorious death, and under the t ir cmi instances which surround its interjection into the fall cam pajgni a'jjpedv demise is both log ical and fitting. JMoifiotel in m-m-y, launched in mystery ami kept under. Jhe shadow of political -Illegitimacy, this citizens' ticket is anvthnig but' vhat its name indicator ltvis "boni into the ..world with all the birthmarks of being Ihe creation of ilisapiMjiiited ahibjtloit. t Jts make-up is got only jucKiug in sirensin, out cuosen wiui sucn suon . wghted lack at consultation ", with the.jnen named thereon that at the outset the child has unsuccessful candidates for the board of super visors and ...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 23 September 1912

HONOLULU STAR BULLETIX, MONDAY, SEPT. ,23, 1912. V 1 ;3 A - IN WOMM 'S WO RLD OPWLESIIS BEST-PAID itirnflfcrmt r uiiimt bv e. s. albert: WASHINGTON, t). (J., Sept. H. -Mi .Margaret Valentine Kelly, the scond highest .salaried woman In the employ of the United Stales Govern ment, is fcoln:? to be married. Her r HKatement to Major Robert Callan, iHs Artillery, wai? announced at )vitMi.uuth, X. II., by her ' brother, John V. Ke-Hy, last week. As exam in-r of the 'mint, Miss Kelly receives 13000 a year and Is next In rank to Director George E. Roberts. Miss Julia Lathrop, chkr of the Children" Bureau, Is the only won.a:i in the em ploy of the government who receives a higher salary than Miss Kelly. Miss Kelly has returned to Vasb ington from -Nevr, Hampshire, where she spent her Vacation,' and is in her apartment at the fashionable Rochatn beau. She will not discuss her dom ing marriage the date of which has not yet been fixed; further than to admit that the' announcement tf the engagem...

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 'STABULLETIN, UONDA Y, .EI?T. 23, 1012. 0' j Ve Have just received our. - H 5 :; v : hew line of - ;7.LN: s : ' - . :'f.v-sf -:'7-'7'-' C - . . - - . , '' - '; ji' - - - :. ' .-.. - . .--.' 'H V; --. . "5-; IViffimnson :& Buffo. 7"": v- v.:e-. tt ir mi 'v. ouoenor m every res pect ' r Limited Hotel and Fort Streets u o ZOX )C DC Are i nnoonGonsonnnoonaoiaani Moil OR DO YOU MERELY - - I - The QUEEN; INSURANCE CO. cf America Atsew neany. , v.a TEN MILLION ' DOLLAR S ' and NET SURPLUS FIVE MILt -Q LION DOLLARS-hie; the; strength that aesuree safety. We : 0 will be pleased to explain lU policy.; ' 7'-.'''.'V' "7 ' v T'l HAVAIIAfJ TRUST CO., Ltd.; 8 923 Fort Street - a ' 1 ' "7 ' '7.; eftM CTUlNft FNTIRFI V ' NFW- V i " .. : ; A new use for f f th r f oremett Kintflhs Cotton Co. at 'windward Oahu. , 7r" : . v 7; Li Theee mattrestee are s guaranteed Jo te the best Jn the market. ,; ror ohe of Hawaii' 'product that bid fair; to be one 1 k of Hawaii Ind ustrle.f The cotton-gr...

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. — 24 September 1912

Tnm 8. F.t Lurline, Sept. 25. For S. F.j Korea, Sept. 24. From Yanroovrrt Zealandia, Oct. 'J. For VanroDvert Marama. Oct. 8. J Edition Evening Bulletin. Est 182, No. S?.4!. Hawaiian Star. Vol. XX.. So. 630. 12 IWdKS. l!OXOU'U TKKKITOIJV or HAWAII, TTKSDAY, SKIT. 24, UH2. 12 PAGES. PRICE FIVEXCEKTS 2:3. FAOTW ml TO ' 1 V hSS up Compromise Plan Is Offered Today Democratic leaders of both the county factions, the Jarrett And nn'i Jarrett forces, pot together t.hj morn ing on a program of compromise that was agreed to 1n outline ani may be put through in detail by tho county convention 4his afternoon and to night. With the convention actually in progress at the Opera House? this morning, and the prospect of a bit ter fight between the supporters of "Our Hill" for sheriff and his oppo nents, L. L. McCandless, the party's candidate for Delegate, came into the breach and began to mend matters at such a rapid rate that before noon a compromise ticket was outlined. This compromise ticket dep...

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. — 24 September 1912

nONOLULU RTAR-BPLLKTIN, TI KSDAV. SErT. 24, 1012. SlhlippIeg, KOREA YIELDED MUCH OPIUM; WAS WATCHED DURING STAY HERE TVfiitj five :ins (.f j ri a 1 opium, frnm the F'ii' ifir MjiI ii:.- r Kon a which xai!-d from Honolulu for Hal. Francisco at 'en oYlo k :l:is morning, are in the poss ion 01 Hm- .1 i t(r f Customs at ihe purt of Manila, and for tliis ifani il.c leal staff of in Kpciors at t!: port of Honolulu in htitul'l a deiermined .-nr . t iia!i( -upon that cs.-.i daring lh- -n iv U ut of j-tav Of )!, Korea ;it Alali a ' ban. Two Ciiinesc oinef'ed vkj'Ii tliv engineering department of th Pacilie Mail iinr pasted through on that vessel today, who are alleged to have figured in a sensational arresi at Manila at which it me it is declared ihey were discovered in the art of landing 2" tins, each containing; 2" frrains of the drug. The Chinese were brought before a Philippine tri bunal and were fined five hundreo dollars each. The money was forth coming befon the vessel sailed from 1 l...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 24 September 1912

HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, TUESDAY. SEPT. 21. 1012. OUR pictures of men look like men. They show the f orce,energy, char acter of the sitter. They are portraits thai really tell something of the men portrayed. Telephone today for an ap-pointment ptiorooiwtiEB noru. imp nut kxt r (Continued from Page 1) tnt; the Governor with his two legal representatives and Prince Kalania naole with Attorney C. W. Ashford. There were no ladies present at the beginning of the session., Thy form ed a noticeable feature of the Hono lulu Jiearings, but the session here lacks the air of feminine social dis tinction gien the Honolulu meetings. The attendance of males packed the hall., however. A. G. Curtis of Kurt Is, was called for by Mr. Fisher at the .opening of ttie session, but was not present. Harry Irwin, attorney of Hilo, then responded to the Secretary's call for a representative of the Portuguese of the district, who, he understood, had some' statements they desired tc make. Attorney Irwin, announ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 24 September 1912

HONOLULU STAR-RULLETTN. TUESDAY. SEPT. 24. 1012. RILEY H. ALLEN EDITOR LITTLE INTERVIEWS PERSONALITIES ABKI. n i li d t ; : a ; NAS ! MKNTf - 'JO'S In't i'u)v Tl KSII.W A QUESTION FOR THE VOTERS - t-: m.". .Miuan'i, ;irt-si:m '.! ; ii'-n.u pumped ;iito th- ni;i;n l'-;n. ;;i-i v. I district ; 1 1 : i ?') :.;. :::cr- us- A V. CKAK- (:; ; ; i.irt--a; January. ; ! K!. . ral riU" will nit! to Tf :..r Pr'ii!ijiit. T:;i" soumls lit--- :t ;; ky da!"! On rho t o!f;li ,,l Ktoriiaiy. I:'., liif -Vc-una! - u o; i;n i '"(itv -i :aul ww mv West Imii;m isles to liiaiiiuv ami --:: i s.-i:a:- .u. ! ih l,.,i,;,., ,i i 1 . . . , . ' Hcu.-e. -o iliai in a!) pro! -aiiiii-v 'in- I'll I II tl ll T IlKI I' I 'i III I ' 0L' t llM 1 . . . . Ll . . . I . . . . ... , 1 . . I . . . . ' " " '- ii i m.iii ,in- imhiij; j tl.Si-'rth of F3! riiai'y -a:!1 be !h on tip- Ewji. Waialua and nilur estates in IIa-!'Ja' a!,:i io-- ..t,. f,.r ;!. tli.'y woul.I find tlM-ir jvnirns and profits; at, (. "vi,"V.'prUiiUM 1 I)os', ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 24 September 1912

HONOUTjjt STAIM5!-LTKTIN, TrKSHAY. SEPT. 21. UH2. I l b V Af THE WOMAN'S WORLD CHILD LIFE AT 1 1 i r i ! rk' 1 1 PLAYGROUNDS ! I mi I. I ' i ' .: '! !;; ;t L'tf.t' ' '. i;i 1 1 -1 1 k i all L'a'i'f-.- .' ! 1 : v. ; . .i e ; -ai 'ir ! t-r fiiiw . tor t !, u an' '' h ' L''U. Til !. A MIOlllCI '! I) lllids s 1 1 is II: M'anli f.t lav i) I.N -imI . !'( Hi' i,,i'i I ' i rt alum-. ,i !. 1 1 : i. in a ;u i; se i, . lor Mi" kiddies. Ij it j ;st i in i u i n ' sjk ii'lmii the s h f 1 'lav v i'h f'rc::i i w !! v-1 i c to a ! 1 1 j l m ! )! rhilur n, uhn ar ri' i!lir )'::' own no, nt (iir nationality, rftill that i.- wha' Aliss Ali Olrson 'J(Ms day af'er (Jay. Miss Olem is ii; i narvre of the Chlldrei.'s I'iav K' uwiitj a' ihe cnriif'r of Smith am! I l'Ti'1 aiiia Stnets ;:m1 she tfives 1 'Ut ire oa to 1 1 i - a .' ; of th" ehildien in thai disii ' " no wjh in niak'1 use of the i la mound. Miss l)esnn is a mwh-loved bii; sister to iIh-so little tots a.s well as to the iialf Krouti piris who spe...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 24 September 1912

HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, TUESDAY. SEPT. 24, 1012. i! Williamson & Buttolph' L0CAL AND GENERAL IDC The - As v 7 I ' n U o . m I mm m We have just received our O new line of Sfocfc and Bond Bro&ers l-lionf 1IS2 - P. 0. Box K8 . SJ MERCHANT STREET o y Mair Brasfiies Honolulu StocK Exchange Tuesday, Sept. J4. Superior in every respect Benson, Smith&Co. Limited Hotel and Fort Streets o 1 Are You Insured OR DO YOU MERELY Think So The QUEEN INSURANCE CO. of America Assets nearly TEN MILLION DOLLARS and NET SURPLUS FIVE MIL LION DOLLARS has the strength that assures safety. We will be pleased to explain its policy. Six B3 m ss Si? s Km S? ss HAWAIIAN TRUST GO , Ltd. 923 fort Street SiS S3 awauan NAME OF STOCK. M ERCANT1LE. C. Brewer & Co SUGAR. Ewa Plantation Co Hawaiian Agric. Co. . . . e. Haw. Cora. & t,ig. Co Hawaiian Sugar Co Honorau Sugar Co Honokaa Sugar Co Haiku Sugar Co Hutchinson Sugar Plant. . Kahuku Plantation Co. . . . Kekaha Sugai Co Koloa Sugar Co McBryde Su...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 24 September 1912

HONOLULU STAR BULLETIN, TUESDAY, SEPT. 24, 1912. V LAURENCE REDINGTON SPORTING EDITOR THE TRUTH ABOUT SPORT IS NEVER A KNOCK HAWAIIAN POLO TEAM WILL HAVE HARD NUT TO CRACK ON COAST Coronado Tournament Will Be Held in the History of the California, Northwest, Middle West and Hawaii to-Contest for Championship Honors When the Hawaiian polo team leaves for hn Coast next January to take part in the championship tourna ment at Coronado. the players will go with the expectation of meeting not only the polo pick of California, but of the East and Great Britain as well. Reports now arriving from the Coast indicate that the coming winter and spring will sec the classiest polo ever staged in California, and that is put ting a high value on the prospective plav. The locals will go up against Bur lingame, Santa Barbara, Pasadena ond possibly Riverside of the Califor nia clubs, a British team brought over by Lord Tweedmouth, and team3 Irom Denver, Kansas City and Port land. It will be one of the...

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Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 24 September 1912

s Star-Bulletitb (PiassifPed mm WANTED Our cuhtomers ;iij! th friends to conn" and thoroughly i u T our plant and ! convinced of the supe riority of our product over others. Hon. Soda Works, 34A -N. Po're tania. L'has. K. Frasher. Mkt.: Tel. :;: 2. Any person musically im-llned to de vrpip that talent by taking lesson fniMi ICrnest K. Kaal, 69 Younjf HldK.; Tel. 3C87. k-5302-3m . j flood girl for general housework: easy , position. Apply O. ('. Hofgaard, Ml 11th Ave., Kaimuki, or Honolulu Wire Bed Co. 5347-5t Small furnished house, in desirable neignlorhood, by couple without children. "Z43," care Star-Bulletin. Two ladies who know how to Few. Apply P. I j. On Tai, 1190 Nuuanu St., nr. Beretania. 5336-lm SITUATION WANTED. KnrrgHic, Hawaiian - born Chinese wishes to secure position in office. Undrrnlands bookkeeping and type writing. Address "K. S.", Box No. 124. 5343-6t HELP WANTED. Bright boys wjth bicycles to carry - the Star-Bulletin. Apply Business Office'. Alakea St. 5344-tf PE...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 24 September 1912

i HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIX, TUESDAY. SEPT. 21, 1012. 61 Oceanic Steamship Co. FOR SAN FRANCISCO S. S. Sonoma Oct. 4 S. S. Sierra Oct. 19 S. S. Ventura Nov. 1 C. Brewer & Co., Ltd., Pacific Mail PfMrnrrs of th nhov company will r:i!l nt Honolulu and leave this port on or ulniut the riats mentioned l-low: FOR THE ORIENT S. S. Persia Oct. 12 ; S. S. Korea Oct. 18 j S. S. Siberia Nov. 1 For general information apply to H. Haokf eld & Co., T0Y0 KISEN MISHA Steamers of the above Compiny or about the dates' mentioned below: FOR THE ORIENT 8. S. Nippon Maru Sept. 27 8. 8. Tenyo Maru Oct 3 8. S. Shinyo Maru Oct. 25 Calls at Manila, omitting call at CASTLE & COOKE, LIMITED, Agents, Honolulu. Matson Navigation Company Direct Service Between San Francisco and Honolulu. FROM 8AN FRANCISCO S. S. Lurline. . . Sept 25 S. S.' Wilhelmina... Oct. 1 S. S. HILONIAN sails from Seattle for Honolulu direct on nr about OCTOBER 5. For further particulars, apply to CASTLE & cdbKE,.LTD., General ...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
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Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 24 September 1912

10 HONOLULU ; STAR-BULLETIN, TUESDAY, SEPT. 24, 1012. i- 3 A J . Masonic Tempi Weekly Calendar MONDAY: Lcabl Chapter .No. 2, Kcgnlar. TUESDAY! Honolulu Lodge, Third Drg. WEDNESDAY! II an a Hun I.odire, Third Dffc. THURSDAY! FRIDAY: Organic Lodjre, See oud I. SATURDAY: All vlsltln membr of the order are cordially invited to at tend meetings of local lodges. HONOLULU LODGE, C16, It. P. ). E Honolulu' Lodge No. 616, B. P. O. Elks, meets in their halL on King. St. near Fort, every Friday evening. , Visiting. Brothers are cordially1 invited to at tend. ; A,.E. MURPHY,; E. R. H. DUNSHEE, Sec ; Meet on the 2nd and 4th Mon- r ;.-. UA; 9 ui cava ILA . month, at K. -P. O' Hall, 7:30 p. in. l Members of oth- Malne; Engfneers' er ,-v- Associations oenenuai are coraiauy in Association vited to attend. 1VM.; HfeKLNXEY LODGE, KO. 8, i -;.-. K. of P. v Meet verv 2nd and 1th Hifniv tSJJj day evening at 7:30 o'clock. In Beretania, Visiting brothers' cordially invited to attend. ; ' r ; ? A. P. GERTZ,...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 24 September 1912

4 HONOLULU STAK-BITLLETIN, TTESPAY, SEPT. 21, 1012. 11 V 7 AUSTRALIAN BUTTER is srruKim: tm Ai-i- otiu:i:s. iou so mi-: ijkason. ani THK DKMAM) FOR IT IS ;i:oWIN;. OI K LAST SMIi MKNT IS THK II EST WE HAVE HAD. j Metropolitan Meat Market HEILBRON & LOUIS TELEPHONE 3445 11 riiiijia tfGH CUSS Upholstery and Drapery Work J. HOPP & CO.-, Ltd. THE ONLY COMPLETE CAR : JSSrfiSi INTER STATE MODEL 405 Passenger, Fore Door Touring Car. MODEL 41 4 Passenger Demi Tonneau. MODEL 42 Roadster type all with the splendid new (07 f A en bloc motor, 4J in. bore, 5 in. stroke ; 40 H.P. 4WUU MODEL 507 Passenger, Fore Door Touring Car. MODEL 51 4 Passenger, Demi Tonneau. MODEL 52 Roadster type all with the new "T" head ( Q Hf A 5 in. bore, 6 in. stroke motor; 50 HJ. . . . . . .PO I UU GEO. W. MOORE Telephone 1902. ,. Demonstrator, and Selling Agent oi Display Japdn 1137 Fort St - Below Convent Laundry French . E.Ubllthed.1890 THE BEST OF LAUNDRY WORK 777 KING STREET J. ABADIE, Proprietor TELEPHON...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 24 September 1912

IIONOMJL0 STAR-BULLETIN, Tl'KSOAY. SEPT. 24, 1012. School Room Needs 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 kUk-R com plete aud prices low. Hawaiian News Co. Limited Alexander Young Building 12 The "Toric" lens is ground with a deep, inner curve, which permits of the lens being placed much closer to the ej'e, 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 ing less. It costs a little more, but It is worth it. We fit the "Toric" In eye-glass or spectacle. Factory on the premises. A. N. Sanford, s . v ...... Boston Building - Fort Street ' : Over May & Co. Andrew xe Has Money To Give Away Because he first learned to save It Beginning on low wages he made It a firm principle to save a li...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 24 September 1912

Frtm S. F.i Lurline, Sept. 2,. For 8. F.: Lurline-Shinyo Or. l From Ytoeoaier: Zalandia, Oct 9. For Vancouver: Marama, Oct. H. A Evening Bulletin, Est. 1SSL'. No. r,:'.4'.. Hawaiian Star, Vol. XX.. No 630. VI PACKS. IIOXU'I,l TERRITORY F HAWAII, TTKSDA V, fcElT. :M, llM'J. 12, PAGES. PRICE FIVE CENTS ID ATOP 3:30 iiiTO Edition FLAM FA FIGHT IN Compromise Plan Is Offered Today The "harmony plan" premised l Democratic leaders this morning: will probably be upset this afternoon, as J. JU Coke, whose switch from the seate to the county attorneyship mmlidary was an iiiinortnnt part of the plan, declined to change. He de elared this afternoon he would run for the senate or nothing. The contention Is slow nhout set ting down to Imslness this afternoon hecanse of the fact that the c red en Hals committee could not complete Its work until after 3 o'clock. Democratic leaders of both the county factions, the Jarrelt and ami Jarrett forces, got together th!i morn ing on a program of compromise ...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 24 September 1912

HONOLULU STXR-BULLETIN, TCESDAY, SEFT. 24, 1012. hipping IREA YIELDED MUCH OPIUM; WAS WATCHED DURING STAY M f i. i i til.- ! ir'!iJt"l ftniiirn, iruin th- r.(itu- Mull liner lioP'u! v..ih y ; i I -1 f r j r m I i .no! ui ii for Sai. ; J'"ra!i'-isn . a! 'm o'clock 'Ims morning, j ;i in th'1 j f .-s i i 1 1 1 i: tin- eolbctor i 1 ''u-'oii's iii the ot' of ..Manila, and 1or ihi- na-iD (fit- local staff of in h.iois ;ii pur; ol Honolulu ia -tuiit' il a lit : '-nuitie.! xurvfiilatii nit on tl;at vt v. during tlir ii' i: f l''t m h nl y'ttv o! Korea ;it AlaU a v harf. Tun (iin.-r boy.-; c on i ! l i Willi the iu j;i-.-i-r iiiK iii"-part men' of the l'aili( Mail iiner pa.-ed through oil ihat fss 1 l.da. who are alleged to I liavo figured in a sensational arresl at Manila at which time it is declared 11, e prc disco i-rod in the act of landing 2" litis, e;u Ii containing 22" plains of the drug. The Chinese wi'r' brought before a Philippine tri bunal and wore fined five hundreu dollars each....

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
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Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 24 September 1912

HONOLULU STAIMU7LLKTIX, TUESDAY, Si:iT. 24,-1012. 3 OUR pictures of men look like men. They show the iorce, energy, char acter of the sitter. They are portraits thai really tell something of the men portrayed. Telephone t(Mlay for ah appointment PHOTOGRAPH J? mtu mn u roar POLITICAL NEWS AND NOTES Solomon Mahclona, oik c p ditk al senatorial honor. If nominated and ; leader in the fighting ninth of t he ! elected. I viH fiive the people god fifth. has lost the confidence of his legisiat ion. .delegation, sinee he voted for an op. n sheriff Jarrett-This is the busiest t I'dtMM 1 1 1 u:e (asi icepuniK-an -oumy ,jav in inv political expe rience Aft , onv en'ion. MaheJona is a p uliar ' er jpoJiTjeian. in his spew h which lie inai'.e m Notiey hall, he told the Ku hio iorres assembled there ;o vote (tor a sf ret ballot, hut in convention he voted against hi.s own doctnn DEMOCRATS MAY COMPROMISE- experience the convention took a re ess at noon today, 1 shook hands with every delegate. onl...

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