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

nON'OLULH RTAIMlPLUyri.N. TTKSPAY, SKIT. 24, 11)12. atuuttut DEM. PLATFORM (Continued from Page 7) RILEY H. ALLEN Gocd Roads, toward Micros in l;rr pr.ncipl ldUiM'steatlini; i itcshav. EDITOR . j Hawaii is ih- f.-ianiisiiMii; ol ?;vl I reads, and c pl-di" our candidates . SKPTK-M IKK 21, r.H2,oilI- fi iclitl Mll itllo f lUi.i Is ;s to die cost of lliMplto the LetnsLuuiv and to the Hoard ' iii,:..,,,,... l.ill i i , i t Suf:rvror to make such laws and ............ jr. i hi m , iim ii r lumriMiNKi HOW II U lialm r nutl,is mi a fi'mil t 'In i-v in us miiLrs lli in nunil rifiii us. l);mi'l Vls(r. u:ti appropriai.oi.s as will accuia- A QUESTION FOR THE VOTERS -iihiviitc ilicii- lands as the Anifi-i-aiis air loiim! mmiiiittft it cm rout ml tlu road department (Mlier departments of tin eity an similarly dom-jJi,,,l xv tin cry of no profits, then we sh; mated. The domination would be even more! kmnv tin cause, for if you o not cultivate ai absolute than it4i were not Democrats strongly ; ma...

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. — 24 September 1912

HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, TUESDAY, SEPT. 24. 1912. m THE WQMMV$ WORLD lPE M AM M. M-JIMBV MM B" m.MM.m m a H MM H H. MH MV CHILD LIFE AT PLAYGROUNDS! A mother of t hr- fir four children often finds inat before the day id over she is almost, at her wits end in search of some so;' o; amusement! tor the kiddies, but just imagine' spending the whole day with from: iweniy-fivo to a hundred children, who are neither your own nor of your nationality. St ill that is what Miss, Altc Oieson does day after day. Miss I Olesoii is in marge of the Children's I I'laygiound at the comer of Smith and Be re tan ia Streets and tUie gives her entire day to the amusement of th? children in that district who wish to make use of the playground. Miss Oleaon is a much-loved big sister to these little tots as well as to the balf -grown girls who spend a large part of the day there. She is hardly ever gpoken ol or addressed as any thing but "sister." It is her fondnesrii for these youngsters that makes' them so...

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. — 24 September 1912

HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, TUESDAY, SEPT. 24, 1012. a a n n u: n it it (.1 u We have iust received our Q new line of Military Hair Eraslses o Superior in every respect Benson, Smith&Co. . Limited Hotel and Fort Streets o n DC 3 Are You Insured Think So AM OR DO YOU MERELY The QUEEN INSURANCE CO. of America Assets nearly TEN MILLION DOLLARS and NET SURPLUS FIVE MIL LION DOLLARS has the strength that assuVes safety. We will be pleased to explain its policy. HAWAIIAN TRUST CO., Ltd. 923 Fort Street 5m 2t5 B 83 Rut 4 it f X S3 S3 H avanan Cotton Felt M attresses . ' SOMETHING ENTIRELY NEW V A new use for one of Hawaii's 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 mattresses are guaranteed to be the best in the marKet. 45-POUND MATTRESS 40-POUND MATTRESS $26.00 $23.00 The mattress Is filled with cotton felt manufactured from se lected long fibre cotton grown on the Hawaiian Islands. Guara...

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. — 25 September 1912

Ifl2V Trsm S. F.t Nipoil' Mam. Sep L'T For K. F.i Lurline-Shinyo Oci.l From V-ncontrr: Zealandia, Obt 9. For Vancomer: Maranm. Oct. 8. A A? A 6 V Evening Bulletin. Est. 1S.S2, No. ',:;.-. Hawaiian Star, Vol. XX.. No. 631. 14 PACKS IlOXOU'Lr, TKUKITORY OF HAWAII. WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 11)1 1 14 PAGES. PRICE FIVE CENTS 3:30 . mm COAST SWEPT if (SffiAT TmT 77 Tf u rv Tm Im TTP f a TARIFF REVISIOW DOlfff-FISIIER I Intimation Labor Investigation Is Coming Staff Correspondence by Wireless to Star-Bulletin HI LO. Sept. 25. Secretary of the Interior Fisher is for revision of the tariff downward. So the secretary told Abe Louisson, the Haraakua coffee-planter, yester day during the course of his hearing, Mr. Fisher's remarks on the subject were brief, but there was no doubt that he believes that tariff reduction should be effected by Congress. "I favor tariff revision down," he. de clared emphatically. During yesterday's hearing Mr. Fish er gave an intimation that he will car ry further the inves...

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. — 25 September 1912

'2 r HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 25, "1912. Shippiing PRETTY GIRL DETERMINED TO COME TO HAWAII haven't a cent of money, and pro pose to go to Honolulu when? J have relatives, so what are you going to do ; with me?" was the query launeh l"e& at Captain l.enry F. Weed en. vete j"n master of the Matson Navigation r - Jlner Lurline, coming from a rataer prepossessing and youthful maid, who attired in natty sailor garb, was found 1 - An th iinnr tf( k ru tnp eniinnt liner s v L,withottt ticket or the wberewitn to rpfiy her passage. ;vThe Lurhn had steamed from San "Francisco some hours before Purser -Harry B. Meyer in making his round ' ?of the fifty iassengers came upon the i ytvng woman. He demanded her ;) transportation which was met with a merry laugh. Meyer failing to persuade the girl , ,tb contribute to the Matson Navigation coffers, then carried the case to Cap i Uln Weed en. . ; jjvow, tne dougmy sKipper in tne i..ur- line has faced a good many ticklish proposit...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 25 September 1912

it HONOLULU. STAR BULLETIN, WEDNESDAY, SEPT. J0i2. , n 1 Y .7' X OUR pictures of men look like men. They show the force, energy, char acter of the sitter. They are portraits thai really tell something of the men portrayed. Telephone today for an appointment PnOTOGRAPtttt rrtiiTKcTicMitaT POUTICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS. NOTICE. Having been regularly nominated by the Republican District and County Convention for the office of Repre sentative, Fourth District, I respect fully, sojicit the support of the voters in the coming election. 5350-tf JAMES H. BOYD. NOTICE. Having been regularly nominated by the Republican District and County Convention for the office of Repre sentative, Fourth District. I respect fully solicit the support of the voters in the coming election. JOHN K. KAMANOULU. 5350-tf NOTICE. Having been regularly nominated by tho Democratic District and County Convention for the office of Super visor, I respectfully solicit the sup port of the voters In the coming elec tion. 5350-tf ...

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. — 25 September 1912

- , HONOLULU STAR nULLKTIN. YKIKSIAY, SKPT. rK 1iM2. V 9A if f EMPLOYES AND SCHEDULE IS FRIENDS DENEFIT ARRANGED FOR - . 5 RILEY H. ALLEN EDITOR i WKDXKSKA V SKTTKM ISIOIJ 'J.". IHIJ ;urv llmuli a compioinis,' plan. Imt ir was! I !.,.! v ., fail ii iv. Tin anti-.Ianvtt Hcmciit ! BY POLLITZ WILL I Y. W. C. A, CLASSES Alirai cinlcaror fa In rmllif nhut inn I'ish to appear. (S ran villi Sharp. CONFIDENCE IS LACKING I Tlw. ill rvf f1 uaid T'il1il7 :4 t i 1 w) w ailhil inoiv than tin .Janvtt clcilicilt Would ,or probate in San Francisco 1 y lU-nrv onc,"d-, ami whih- flic- tirkH as it stands is a St. ('.oar and Albert Meyer executors. ... while not giving the value ot the es- kllld of compromise, it is not a Strong comhina- tPtP dis,,j0ses of several Imndml t!u tion of forces. The rvsult is far from flatterum saIid dollars in bequests, mu'-h t . ' which poe.-? to employees and friends lo Democratic success m November. j The distribution as announced fron: i San Francisco is as follow: To ...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 25 September 1912

HONOLULU STAR BULLETIN,. WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 2. 1012. i. & 4 X 'J j fi i a dinner on Saturday night a, the i ( ountrvClub l t A . Mr. aod Mrs. Jack H;ivs are sntl inr the wet-k with Mrs. F. M. Swanzy ' in Malioa. ,' Mr and Mrs. Robert 121 pin 'are in town tor a few days. Mi. Kl-anor 1 1 yl Srn it h w.ll Washington to ! present at ner u-wlilini l.iit will niobablv f KCUh Williams and Miss Abbio liur h ar.an have boen viMtina Mrs. Short m Pahoa. Hawaii for the past fortmslit. They will return to Honolulu so!i:e fn time next week. (WHAT WQMENjARE : DOING Wilhelmina of Holland lias a petition siened by i.imm Ini:;ilK-( filial Concert. Society is looking forward to the Insalls-Collais concert on the :','th. Mrs. Ingalls has been heard-in Hono lulu a Kreat many times and each time the audience is more apprecia tive. Miss Collais is also well known in the musical circles of Honolulu and her voice has found favor with every one. Jljde-Smlth-Hulkelej upti;iK The engagement of Miss Crassi Hu...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 25 September 1912

notf ot;ulu rsTAh jiniJffifiN, wEXEteiiA YJsEirr. 25, inter n -5 ! 'amson & BattolpKl LOZhl AND GENERAL pyc )(:c U We b have just received Our new line of TO V 1- Miliary am jd risies 4 Superior in every respect Benson, Limited Hotel and Fort Streets Smmi&Co. d J"" I r r rsrsrsnsrs sti i!? iriss srssrjr :i r.i v.s z:s 1:2 2:2 surs V ; 0 f ..-.t'. a- g ; Are- You rs "... vf3 OR DO YOU MERELY ?!3 ' : Insured 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 wlUXbe; pleased to explain its policy. , , W4 .. HXWAIiAN TRUST T- S . co:,i:td; 923)Fort kMr'Vir'l mrw jrra r vin f l F r r i C"3 i5 E2 ST2 Z:2 -Wi HI .flawaiian Cotton w ft i Fett ,1 actresses J SOMETHING ENTIRELYNEW i A new iise for one of Hawaii's 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. . r These mattresses are guarant...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 25 September 1912

HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 25, 1012. IIMOIIIIT MiOtlC REE CAMPAIGN flS EXCLUSIVE DESIGNS IN BUT FULLY ifllE CANDIDATES Wall Pap, er Our Flock cf foreign and do mestic papers is exceptionally complete, and we are showing very many handsome designs in low-priced as well as expensive wall coverings. Included in our stock are the new art borders, nome of them perforated jor easy cutting, some ready cut to pur on the wall. You will he interested in these borders. Lewers & Cooke, 177 S. KINO ST. 1 3 SAN FffAUGIGGO Geary Street abpVeUmp.Sjqjiafe European Plan $1.50 a day up American Plan $3.00 a day up ' flew steel and brick-structure. Every comfort and convenience. A'bigb class hotel at very moderate rates. In the center of theatre and retail district. On car lines trans ferring to all parts of city. Electric omnibus meets all trains-and, , steamers. Hotel Stewart recognized i as Hawaiian Island Headquarters. Cable Addres3Trwet3"ABC code. JJLIxve.Honolulu representative;...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 25 September 1912

8 HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, WEDNESDAY. SEPT. 2.', 1012. n 1L IBmv A imw " - I IPnauni You then know absolutely that you have the BEST PIANO THE WORLD PRODUCES GOUR GENERATIONS OF STEINWAYS have made it' their life work to scientifically develop a Ji suoerior oiano. It is not Steihwav monev but Steinwav brains and energy and family pride that x x tf . has placed , this piano so far above all other pianos. There are a number of high-grade pianos, some with old and honored names, all made of the best material and workmanship, all on the same lines. The very best scientific development has been neglected on account ot the demand for low-priced pianos. Old names have 'gone into combination with cheap makes to reach the market. We have several high grade pianos that we guarantee to be equal to any but the STEINW AY that we sell at a low price. We have good new pianos from $250 up ; Used and second hand from $125 up. We do expert Tuning and Repairing - Bishop and Hotel Street, opposite Yourl...

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. — 25 September 1912

1 ' .1. ft'Sftfi' cfffi K? If -If rfs!v'7Wr: 2:30 JJW " Mil Jii iiUiMl Edition Frem 8. F.i Nipon Mam, Sj J7 For K.V.z Lurline-Shinyo Oct. I From Vnrogirr; Zealandia, Oct. 9. For Vancouver Marama, Oct. 8. Kvening Bulletin. Hat. 1 SS-l'. No f3: Hawaiian Star. Vol. XX.. No. ;!!. u pauks. uoxoi.ru', ti:i;i;itoi:y or Hawaii, w i;i.ksiay, skit. -'.i. ihi-j. u paoks. PRICE FIVE CENTS mm MM COAST SWEPT BY ffiEAT my V.' I " P0 SECOf GIS IDEAS lli' TIFF Intimation Labor Investigation Is Coming (Staff Correspondence by Wireless to " Star-Bulletin HILO, Sept. 25. Secretary of the Interior Fisher is for revision of the tariff downward. So (he secretary told Abe Louisson. the Hamakua coffee-planter, yester day during the course of his hearing. Mr. Fisher's remarks on the subject were brief, but there was no doubt that he believes that tariff reduction Bhould be effected by Congress. "I favor tariff revision down," he de clared emphatically. During yesterday's hearing Mr. Fish- cr gave an Intimati...

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. — 25 September 1912

2 HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 2, 1012. f1 . -. , . Shipping PRETTY GIRL DETERMINED 10 COME TO HAWAII AND COMES ! I haven't a cent of money, and pro pose to po to Honolulu where I have relatives, so what are yon going ' do with me?" whs the query launch ed at Captain i.enry F. Weeden. vcte raD manter of the Mat sou Navigation liner Lurline, coming from a ratfier prepossessing ami youthful maid, who attired in natty sailor garb, was found on the upper de k ot tne gahant liner, vlthoat ticket or the wherewiin to pay her passage The Lurline. had steamed from San Jncisco some hours before Purser Harry B. Meyer in 'making his routui ofthe fifty jaRsengers came upon the voting woman. He demanded her transportation which was met with a merry laugh. ,Meyer falling to persuade the girl to contribute to the Matson Navigation cetera, then carried the case to Cap tfein Weeden. Now, the doughty skipper in the Lur line has faced a Rood many ticklish propositions In the course of his v...

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. — 25 September 1912

HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 25, 1012. POtlTICAL NEWS AND NOTES 8USNESSMEN Of" ISFllll3llIlbri j OUR pictures . of men look like men. They show of the sitter. Thej;are portraits thai really tell something of the men portrayed. Telephone today for -au appointment photographer POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS. NOTICE. Having been regularly nominated by the Republican District and County Convention for the office of Repre sentative, Fourth District, 1 respect fully solicit the support of the voters In the coming election. 5350-tf JAMES H. 130 YD. NOTICE. Having been regularly nominated by the Republican District and Count7 Convention for the office of Repre sentative, Fourth District, 1 respect fully solicit the support of the voters in the coming election. JOHN K. KAMANOULU. 5350-tf NOTICE. Having been regularly nominated by the Democratic. District and County Convention for the office of Super visor, I respectfully solicit the sup port of the voters In the coming elec tion, v 5350...

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. — 25 September 1912

HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 1012. 4 A flit IvEDN EDITOR EDXESDAY '.SEPTEMHEJI 1012 t carry through a compromise plan. hut it was - : lai--Jy a failure. Tin anti-Jam tt olenn nt EMPLOYES AND SCHEDULE IS FRIENDS BENEFIT ARRANGED FOR BY POLLITZ WILLIY. ?, C. A, CLASSES SAhray cmlrnror to br rrall, , ,,, ,rih vv;mf,,l more than lhe Jarrett Hen.enl woiihl 0 o appm r (imiivilfo Sharp. cemccdc, and while the tieket as it stands is a Sl- uoar and Albert Myer executors. i i f ... , . while not giving the ahie o; the es- .kind of compromise, it is not a Strong eonihina- t.!te dj,po:;e.s of several hun.iml tiu 'i- PflNFinFNPF K I APIINf: Jou of forces. The result is far from flafte rilllT sal,(l dollars in bequests. rniKli nt WIM iCJ unuiimu :. .. . ... . hw-h sncs tn pmnlnvPM and trierwU to Democratic success in Xoveniher. t'rni A WALL STREET VIEW OF MR. ROOSEVELT Honolulu's coiifidncc that t lie present trend 'locnl politics is a guarantee of progressive nyverninent for the ii v...

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. — 25 September 1912

HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, WEDNESDAY. SEPT. 2 1012. fr: n diiiTu r on Sxtu:l.t niuH t iuntrv Tj!i. f .Mr. arnl Mrs. .:u-'n H.;v - a:1 inr rhe week with .M:., F. 'I. S m: Manou. ;i tltr y 'J : Mr. an.) Mrs. town for a few Rol.ert K!u:n da vs. a: c in Kilith Williams and Miss Abbie H i h iii.an have been visiting Mrs. Short in i'uhoa. Hawaii for lhf past fortn:sht. They will return to Honolulu son,- tl!!l' IlPXt Vf'K. WHAT WOMEN ARE DOING I.-'..-.. i. i- 1 1 vil.-"ir. if h "All: '( to uiiiitip .ut will oroiiablv i t ! 0;:lm rnshmaii Ian only i ' i ! ' - ;i t a i i v ol tii i:ini:!y 'v!,o uiii f.t. -aA tfi Mttfnd it. A r (pt ion ;it th'- (K(t:i" of Miss liu'.kly's nio!!. lntrall.-( ollaiv Concert. Snrii'ty is looking forward to th Inalls- 'ollais concert on the ::itb. Mrs. Ingalls bas b--ti li-ar!in Hono lulu a pr"M many tini'-s and ac!i Mrs. W. .i C:. i:iMii'r (iiil. I". S. alter niarriaj:' s an Franrisro ('iironu!' '.. will rvicfs b- an- ( ot:i-rad Tl:- Frsiiiiifn of Oa'oi Colb-co will ...

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. — 25 September 1912

HONOLULU STAR -HULLETTN, WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 25, 1912. J, Williamson & ButtolpH LOCAL AND GENERAL U We have iust received our - line of new Military d n i rasoes Superior in every respect .S: ; Limited Hotel and Fort Streets KB oenson i n I? If. ft a 51 n DC JUS iii to hii iii jux Six i5 au Ju Six to St S2 xiS to to w to to to 3 g2 " :- I Are You Insured C'. -2 VH 3 OR DO YOU MERELY 'IrMrife So 5w The QUEEN INSURANCE CO. of America Assets nearly SK . . . a a -k . 4 till TEN MILLION DOLLARS and NET SURPLUS FIVE MIL- LION DOLLARS has the strength that assures safety. We g3 will be pleased to explain its policy. ! 7 3 EJ... HAWAIIAN TRUST CO., Ltd. v ;-."v. - -: 923 Fori Street ' fi : ii, 8 S3 RST; . wjwiwu,vAvvivvjvffl'nvviviflvynrmyn(yri( xii su w fc- m iki tat w us us m se to tf xixxtf v-iv . w r'.' , v Gotton f Felt Mattresses V..'.- - " ' . ' . ' - SOMETHING ENTIRELY NEW A new use for one. of Hawaii's products that bids fair to be one of the foremost of Hawaii. Industries: The co...

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. — 25 September 1912

TV MIMES PLAN EXCLUSIVE DESIGNS IN HONOLULU STAIMJULLETIN TVEDXESDA W SEP.TV 25, 1912: .BOUIlfflS FIGHT ID FROLIC ; RfflllEI Waif Paper Our Mock c r foreign and do mestic papers is exceptionally complete, and we are showing very many handsome designate low-prie"d as well as expensive wall coverings. Included In oar block are the new art borders, some of them perforated for easy cutting, some ready cut to put on the wall. Yoti will be Interested in these borders. g in ;a f Lewers '& Limited 177 Geary Street above Union- Square European Plan $1,50 a day up American Plan $3.00. a day up Hevt fteel and brick structure. Every comfort and - convenience. A nigh class hotel at very moderate rates. In the center of theatre and retail district On car lines trans ferring to all parts of dry. Electric omnibus meets all trains and ' steamers. Hotel Sie wart recognized ar Hawaiian Island Headojlarters Cable Address TrawetgMABC code. J.Love.Honolulurepresentttive Hotel Potter, Santa Barbara Ka...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
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Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 25 September 1912

8 HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 2r, 1012. A mrw IP e amD You then know absolutely that you have the BEST PIANO THE WORLD PRODUCES 7 the life work to scientifically develop a and energy and family pride that brains r?OUR GENERATIONS OF STEINWAYS have made it! II suoerior oiano. It is not Steinwav monev but Steinwav has placed this piano so far above all other pianos. There are a number of high-grade pianos, some with old and honored names, all made of the best material and workmanship, all on the same lines. The very best scientific development has been neglected on account ot the demand for low-priced pianos. - Old names have gone into combination with cheap makes to reach the market. We haveseveral high grade pianos that we guarantee d be equal to any but the STEINW AY that we sell at a low price. We have good new pianos from $250 up ; Used and second hand from $125 up. Wedo expert .Tuning and Repairing ' ; ' ' ' - f y , . 1 i ' .- 4 t Bishop and Hotel opposite Young j.o...

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. — 25 September 1912

HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 2o, 1912. S.m'wwwgwfewwggw3ww n o u o 3 LAURENCE REDINGTON SPORTING EDITOR Ti TfllT ABOUT SPORT IS NEVER A KNOCK Maui Takes The Goes Home With Championship Tony Medeiros Batted Hard, While Errors Contribute to 9 to 4 Score in Favor of Valley Islanders Visitors Show Their Superiority Over Local Team The Maui ball team, accompanied by u triumphal escort of Joys, carry ing Victory, spelled with a "cap" V, took steamer for tne Valley Isle this morning. The visitors are carrying home a large amount of Honolulu bacon, and left thoroughly pleased with themselves and things in gen eral. Maul took the odd game of the ball series yesterday afternoon, and a very odd game it proved to be. . Any teamj that can hang a Ho 4 defeat on the J. A. Cs. with Tony Medeiros offici ating on the slab is going some, and that's what the Mauites did yesterday. They went still further, and pounded Mr. Medeiros so hard that he retired from the box after six innings, minus...

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