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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 26 September 1912

HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN TITTTKSDAY SEPT 21 1012. wmmmmmmmmmmmmmtmmmmtmmmmmammmmtmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm mmmmmmmmmmmmmi i; I.; . . V L. T 1. i,. r . ft ttmtuu sfiDCDuienDQ TiiDRi nnufM UUl LllVIUUlld lUIUrUU'HIl AH LEONG'S NEW TENEMENT! RILEY H. ALLEN EDITOR Till IISIIAV.. James Rath's Arguments in Behalf of Palama School Sus- i : A hum ti i r n -i-i- i ..SKPTI-MJIIOK lv.. UH-iwiih chamois-skii. ami ;i lihi ninmv varnish ldmtu- a 1 b "idi uipuiiamg inspector 1 Jl I L A J 4 a tj T T K A - . L vwuu nciuiuu reniiu horif r iitul; s lumti It, I In ii, inn thai r niil mi, jc hapi,! is n jmhlif In in J art or. Ilelirv Ward licecher. jnpplid. niisusM'4-t-f I beauties may stand forth.; 'i Several v;i I u.-t !! paintings, however, have been ji w i !!'! ilii iiiiiili the -a ire mess of amateurs t find THE SALOON AND ITS NEIGHBORHOOD. !!..;. ;: ; t A!i ji . .' . :n:.: -. ! !;. i'-i: i i a:: . :: .'ii' s' r. t. ! IV.f'll t' ' a 5 .T. Licii-.-L made : '. :s( rs la.t i : ". r- t !i Insi !iit what lay U-neal...

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. — 26 September 1912

HONOLULU STARRULpETI, THURSDAY, SEPT. 20, 1012 - W TOE WOMAN'S WORLD . , .. , - . ... - . 1AH0U 0 RS NTATUN IS TIN II OU ONE Novitiates Made to Dress in Ri diculous Costume and Vow Allegiance 1 1 was last Tuesday morning. The Star-llulletin reporter was looking for news and while waiting for a car at I'awaa .function, a most unusually ciressed girl apjearcd tijon the scene. Her manner of d renins was so out. of the ordinary that the spectators thought she was crazy. Her hair was done in six braids, and each was tied with bright colored ribbon, of a dif ferent shade and width. She wore a purple and a blue stocking and a white and a black . shoe. On he ankles were Iiuge, bright bows, oro of red, the other black and yellow. I ler clot hes were wrong side out anC the whole ensemble was topped of with a Sis Hopkins hat draped with long, yellow streamers. She carried a rose pink rhawl. Naturally she was followed by a crowd of "newsies" who, like the reporter, thought thai one of the inmat...

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. — 26 September 1912

HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, THURSDAY, SEPT. 20, 191: i C Williamson & Buttolph LOCAL AND GENERAL 2 U o n We have just received our new line of O Stock and Bond Brokers n lair Military .Brushes For a hack ring up 2307. The Star-Bulletin wants an errand Phone 142 - I O. Box ftSjbov. Aplv immediately. MEISCIIAXT STREET R R Khlers Co. w.ll be . I.-d tail day Monday, iv-pl. 3, on account annual stock-taking. Try "Aloha Kisss" the new (he-- ins: candy made by the Palm Cafe t" Honolulu Stock Exchanger Thursday, S-pt. 20. O Superior in every respect Benson, Smith&Co. Limited Hotel and Fort Streets o CZDC X , XXtAXiAAU r 1 AAUfctf SaMX)uXlXAIXXIXXIAXlJ(XUMXAUMAXlXXlJ(MAXlX Aye You Insured Think So A 4 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 assures safety. We wjll be pleased to explain its, policy. , 25 B SI er 52 Ri5 SOT r!Y r? ? rS f?5 S3 S!5 J?5 1!5 1!5 5!1 5!2 S!2 If: 275 5J5 5!5...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 27 September 1912

Frtm 8. F.t Nippon Mam, Sep 27 For 8. F.i Lurline-Shinyo Oct.l From Yancomer: Zealandla, Oct 9. For YantonTtr: Mara ma, Oct. 8. 7 Evening Bulletin. Est. 1882, No. 5352. Hawaiian Star. Vol. XX.. No. 6393. 14 I I KS. 1 1 0 X( ) L I L I TEIIKITOKY OF HAWAII, FRIDAY. SEPT. U7, 1FJ. 14 PAGES. PRICE FIVE CENTS : . mWmWMl Editioe aw LLEi ; wl; w4J w4 AS TfffliOM SWEEPS . "s.--. ' 71 sec. rise lion .''..H . ."' J "' S; To ArrivHome OnMaunaKea Tomorrow SECRETARY GETS VIEW. OF MANY ISLAND CONDITIONS Honokaa Meeting Interrupted uy uogngni ine louis . son Incident By F. E. MATSON. (Staff Correspondence). KAHITLUI, Mau!., Sept. 26. Secre tary Fisher, yesterday and today, got a fall taste cf good red, Hawaiian dust, and realized forcibly the poor condition of 1 he highways along the MamaKua coart or the island- of Ha v wall. : 7 , ;'v Riding by auto from Honokaa Wed nesday morning to Kamuela, the head, quarters of the Sam Parker Ranch, j the Secretary and Ma party spent the " remainder of the day...

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. — 27 September 1912

r HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, FRIDAY, SEPT. 27, 1912. : Shi ppimg m osition commissioners enter- r TAINED D13RING STAY OF NIPPOfJ , t - " .mi- .i i Representative Japanese of Horn lulo awaited the arrival of the Toyc Xisen Kalsha liner Nippon Marufron. ban Francisco this morning ror tie purpose of extending a welcome to a trio of commiKsioners appointed by the Japanese government to select a suitable site tor an exhibit at the Panam8;Pacific Exposition. Messrs. C. Takeda, Y. Katayama and II. Yamawfkl are the three pre ventatives who have si-nt some weeks on the Coast and were accord ed' every courtesy at the hands of the directors of the big fair. The .Commission is . returning to Japan, -.bearing ampng many souve-l Eire, i several aets or moving picture films, depicting the ceremonies of se lecting a site. These pictures are to be shown throughout Japan with a viewi pf; Instilling, a favorable senti mentJn behalf of the exposition. Captain Stevens reports a fine trip down from the coas...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 27 September 1912

HONOLULU QTAR BULLETIN. FRIDAY, SEPT. 27, 1912 ) O pictures of en look like e n. Thevshow the torce, energy, char acter of the sitter. They are portraits thai really tell something of the men portrayed. Telephone today for an appointment 5 PflOTOGEWrhTR MTtt.fTt(rtttlff POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS. NOTICE. Having been regularly nominated by the Republican District and County Convention for the office of Repre tentative. Fourth District, I respect fully solicit the support of the voten in the coming election. 5350-tf JAMES H. BOYD. notice! Having been regularly nominated i by the Republican .District and Count - 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 t notice. Having been regularly nominated by - the Dcmocratlcf District and County Convention lor the office of Super visor, lv respectfully solicit the, sup port of tbe voters in the coming elec tion. . . 5350-t...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 27 September 1912

LETTERS ON TIMELY TOPICS A r,:a FliATURE in our MLEYH. ALLEN EDITOR FRIDAY. . si:iti;.mhi:i: i7, win There ix no 1kiiuksx in the uorbl into irh'wh love doc not enter; but Ion j tin dixeorery of ournelvex in of lifts, and the deliiht in te rvvoy nition. Alrxuixlw Smith. RIIIXING POLITICS AND IMPROVEMENT CLUBS '.' I'olitii'K ami t h Oalm Central Impiovrnn'iit foinmitttr .matters have not been mi Xm1 in tin past ami shouhl not Im The Nplemlhl surres of tin cent ml roniinittif has luf n due in a erv Inrge part to tin activity and ability of tin Kai muki nicMiiljor. It will Im a matter of much re gret if the Kaimuki club withdraws from the mitral commit ttv, for there is no questioning that political diffeifiices are hack 'of the split. Honolulu's progress is dej)endent on the co operation of citizens in civic affairs, and the cen tral committee has leen the focus of a healthy spirit of this kind. Kaimuki can well afford to put aside political animosities absolutely and continue its bigg...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 27 September 1912

HONOLULU STAK-BULLKTIN. Fill PAY, SEPT. 27, 1012. M THE WOMAN'S WORLD KUNALU BOAT CLUB GETTING READY TO RESUME AQUATICS well e ; Talking of Adding Swimming to Rowing Events This Year Now tliat summer is over 'lie members of the Kunalu r..at Hub will resume their rowing. TImm is the only woman's boat club in Honolulii. and ha been in existence for about ten years. For some time the young women had no boat house of their own, and under the Kujervision oi Mr. A. L. ('. Atkinson they rowni near the liealani Boat House and made ue of the Uralani lotK. Wlien the members decided that thny needed a bouse of their own, money was bor rowed, and up to the present time the Kunalus have been heavily in debt Now this debt is wIjkh! away, and the financial outlook is all that could be desired. The present membership of the Club is forty and at no time has the number far. exceeded this. There are few of the charter members still on the active list, and each .year, as the old members teave the city ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 27 September 1912

nONOLTTLp RTAH HULLETIN, FBTOAY, SEPT. 27, 1912. -K'T --.,..-.7. Williamson & Buttolph LOCAL AND GENERAL u o We have just received our new line of 0 it Sfoc and Bond Brokers errand low Military oasr rasnes I Superior in every respect Honolulu Stock Excfiange to O enson, Smith&C 0, Limited Hotel and Fort Streets u o For a hack ring up 2307. The Star-BuHelia wants an Phone 118$ - 1. O. K91, JiSibov. Anplv im nietifat h S3 HEBCIUST STREET j The Star-BulleUn wants a T fT i bright Leys to m-mer papers. ! A f:w bri2.i; !;ovs are wanted ; carry the Star-Bulletin. i Regular meet ins of Honolulu Lod " !.o. itG, K. P. O. Elks, this ening at Thursday. Sept. j 7 . oclock. ! II. F. Killers & Co. v.!l be dosed Ake1-! all day Monday. Sept. .U', on account j inf annual stock -taking. ! An attempt to hold a meeting of the 1 hoard cf health yesterday afternoon ; failed for lack of a I'uorura. NAME OF STOCK. crx mrmyvmmm ynr m nx mcrnvn. nrsrx vnr ynr vnt xx vnt m ynr nrww 2..2 m .2 Z .2 -...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 27 September 1912

4 " HONOLULU STAR BnLLETIN, FRIDAY, SEPT. 271012; FLORIDA ... 3 Announce that the demand for the mammoth' "Elkhorn Brand" . 1 H . TUT 1L li iCa i F3 1 1 T I By GEORGE FITCH which they received by the Lurline on Wed nesday has been so great tha the cuftlhg will taKe piace To In Their Yindo i key is a peculiar due mad out of J coral, and is almost as big as anoM-. fashioned New England house key. Florida ships oranges, graivfruit. alligators and cigars to the world. 1' it were not for Florida, mankind ' would be able to swear off smoking. In fact, this would be almost nces- j sary. Florida also contains the old-' Florida in a vast expanse -of water, sand and climate, which sticks out about 400 miles into the ocean at the southeast corner of 'the nation, and is as hard to lodge as a sore thumb. For many years It was the vermiform appendix of the United States. No particular use for it was tnown, and the Seminole Indianskept it in a constant state of inflammation. It is now being extens...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 27 September 1912

GO HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, FRIDAY; ?EPT. 27, 1012. FISHER HEARING (Continued from Page 1) j Ijunsson was awkfl by xhf Secretary ir he had any grievances or fact; bearing on the situation that he would: like to give. Taking his jtlare at the; witness stand the Coffee King launch r.J forth in an eloquent oration to the Ifect that all the Islands need is a! big tariff on coffee, and the farmers to raise coffe, whereupon all would; become wealthy. J The Secretary informed hirn thafj he ft he Secretary had no power to J legulate the tariff, and that he would j not even venture to predict what Con-j Kress might do on that particular) schedule. Undaunted, Ixuisson bold ly began "prognoHt Seating just what Congress would do. H!r on Tariff. I'll hnve to sa m-ht here frirkly. Mr. lxiutsiopf that I h.m In favor of the revision of the tariff downward, j am here to help Kolve your present difficulties! n't those that may face you In case Congress changes some of the tariff iaws." For tire th;rd ...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
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Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 27 September 1912

Frtm 8. F.t Nijpou Maru, Sep 7 For 8. F.t Lurline-Shlnyo Oct.1 From Yncoaier: Zealandia, Oct. 9. For Yanroaver: Marama, Oct 8. rtvf St Evening Bulletin, Est. 1882. No. :?, Hawaiian Star, Vol. XX., No. h iu;i;s. iioxoM'Lr, territory of Hawaii, Friday, sept. l'7, h pages. PRICE FIVE CENTS s 2:31: HUMPS CWLH AS TfPMWM 5 n v.-,'. 1 ULU. MOllCR I SIEGE GUNS PR0VE WEIR W0R IN TESTS A SCH0FIELD I To Arrive Home OriMaunKea Tomorrow SECRETARY GETS VIEW OF MANY ISLAND CONDITIONS Honokaa : Meeting Interrupted - uy uogngni ine louis son Incident By F. E. MATS ON. (Staff Correspondence). KAHIILUI. MauU Sept. 2G. Secre- lary FlsUer. yesterday and today, got a Tail taste of good red, Hawaiian : dusU and realized forcibly the poor condition of Le highways along the naaakua coat of the island of Ha waii. , Riding by auto from Honokaa Wed nesday morning to Kamuela, the head quarters, of ;.the ; Sam Parker Ranch, the secretary and his party spent the remainder of the day recuperating . ana getting -th...

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. — 27 September 1912

'2 C-f ... SMppieg EXPOSITION C0MMFSSI0NER8 ENTER- TAINED DLRINO STAY OF NIPPQJ Representative Japanese of Hono j lulu awaited the arrival of the Toyc Klsen Kaisha liner Nipjon Maru fron San Francisco this morning for tle.r:odern female of the swedes cannot purpose of extending a welcome n trio of commissioners appointed by! the Japanese government to select a suitable site ior an exhibit at the Panama-Psoific Exjunction. Messrs. C. Takeda, Y. Katayama snd H. Yamawlki are the throe repre sentatives who have spent some veeks on the Coast and were accord ed, every .foun sy at the hands of the directors of the big fair. The Commission is returning to Japan, bearing among many, souve nirs, several acts of moving picture films, depicting the ceremonies of .se lecting a site. These pictures are to be 'shown throughout Japan with a view of Instilling a favorable senti ment In behalf of the exposition. Captain St evens reports a fine trip down from the coast. The Little White Yacht was alon...

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. — 27 September 1912

HONOLULU STAK-nULT.ETINdrPan.VECTwinio i 1 V 1 . 1 i O pictures of cn look like en. Thevshow 4 theforce,energy,char actcr of the sitter. They are portraits thai really tell something of the men portrayed. Telephone today for an appointment PtCTOGWHEB MmmuracMiwi r POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS. 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 sifpport of the voters in the coming election. 6350-tf JAMES H. BOYD. NOTICE. Having been regularly nominated by the Republican District and County Convention foe the office of Repre sentative, Fourth District, i respect fully solicit the support of the voters In the coming' election. JOHN K. KAM ANOULU. 5350-tf NOTICE. Having bee regularly nominated by the Democratic District and County Convention for the office of Super visor, 1 respectfully solicit the sup port of the voters in the coming elec tion.' 5350-tf M. C. PACHECO. NOTICE...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 27 September 1912

vty ei ly.y V l.ltr- . si . if ' ' ' ' :V . '5-' 4 BjTAR nULLETIK,: FRIDAY; SEPT. 27, 1012. 7 ifimafcdtt m RILEYfH. ALLEN EDITOR 4 t 3l.ll3L.t3D KXPFHTS VIKNS OF , men uracil, will tiladly hm- up ith ii iiviii iv l ii'mim: i (.'.is work FRIDAY .SEITKMRKR J7, ItUU ji ' There i no hapji'uiess in the n ot hi into n h ieh ' lovc doc not cnlcr: hut lore is the ilisrorer;f of X OurxelrcM in other, ami the tlel'ojht in the n:eo;- l nit ion.- :!'-' Alexander Smith. ! QMIXING POLITICS AND IMPROVEMENT CLUBS Polities suit tin- Oalm ('cut ml liiijmmMiirfiiiuVS : to nVli"liiriiig the 1!) 13-1020 jmtunI e committee nint ti'fs have not lxen mixed in the f -pait and should not In. .The splendid sneeess uf the central committee haw leeii due in a very V law part to the activitv and alnlitv of the Kai inuki memlM'i-s. It will he a matter of much re- trret if the Kaiinuki eluh withdraws from the if -if nt nil committee, for there is no questioning t that political differences an hack of the split. I H...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 27 September 1912

HONOLULU: STAT? BULLETIN, ; FRIDAY, SEPT. 27, 1912. M THE WOMM'S WORLD KUNALU BOAT CLUB GETTING READY TO RESUME AQUATICS Talking of Adding Swimming rr l'.'i-t vear or ino'r tluTc hae 10 KOWing tVentS IhlS line! I.nt at -i-.' inwunK lat lue-davj YgQp jit wjis le i'J-l iJiat more will lie don i nionK nis u.ie during tin- p.e.ei:l. year. The Cl.i! location is also 1m: ) blc for .svs inuring parties. May Take Uo Swimming. S. far l:c members l.ave used ti.ef isitors. ami nu-rubers of the !mI. a. will l i;e nini: (rews. Tin- d res-ins n!i'S. lockers, showers in fli ?. all o! iL" conveniences f ih -lo( ciui, were at tin nisposal of r i ou!:z ladi-s as well as the prmio't ot vie ins the ho.if rji. t s from larn". cool room that forms the boo house m;er of tiie Knnahis. thn rl.iss will !efn. ttTe vwt?r nn-1 t'ree heins armoured liit.tr. Miss Tu t s twii-a k t: nina hi'im classes for he kin's of the I'a la ina district h:ne started a i t h a 1 irse at otint of ef'tiiusia.-.!!. Thef,- , ,,v. ....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 27 September 1912

Bxifumuuisxi2t I'isiiJAi, iski't. 1:7, lui" i illihmson & Battolph LOCAL AND GENERAL u o We have just received our new line of u o ri OTiifarv M Mir JDFHSffieS Superior in every respect U Stock and. Bond. Brokers For a hack ring up 2307. The Star-Dulletin wants an errand Phone 112 - I. O, ox, i28 ; boy. Apply immediately. S3 HEBCHVNT STIIESt wants papers. a li'v: Honolulu Stock Excftange Thursday. S--pt. NAME OK STOCK. Rid. Asked. o enson, Smito&Co. Limited Hotel and Fort Streets o s."V--- . - v ;i : i ;c.. ? i v "...'. DC You nsjured OR DO YOU MERELY Think So ynr rnr w m ynr mr m rnr n x w nr vmKwxnrwvwctfrx n: D D 2"3 ; The QUEEN INSURANCE CO. of AmericaAssets nearly TEN MILL-ION DOLLARS and NET SURPLUS FIVE MIL LION DOLLARS has;the ctrcngth that assures safety. We will be pleased to explain its policy, ; - - - HAWAIIAN TRUST CO., Ltd. 923 fort Street ync ynr m vnrynr ynr v XII XU XU AW XIX xu x Mf... KS S3 IS- mm. Si? 2 x, MX Kmc Ms S3 MERCANTILE. C. Brewer & Co SUGAR...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 27 September 1912

ft A Tr J.a . i . LAURENCE REDINGTON SPORTING EDITOR AWAIT THE Oarsmen Who Rowed Dead Heat Regatta Day Will Get Together on the Harbor Sat urday Afternoon The Hcalanl and Myrtle freshman trews are not letting the grease gum rn their slides these days, and ever since the announcement that the sen sational dead heat of Regatta Day would be rowed over again this com ing , Saturday, coaches, captains and oarsmen have been bending every energy toward improving form and maintaining condition. A crew that has to keep in training after the big race day of the year is always apt to go stale, but both of the local clubs have been fortunate in this respect, for the freshmen sixes are In good health and spirits, and ready to put their last pound into pulling a winning race tomorrow afternoon. Both crews feel that with just a lit tle more "stuff they would have won last Saturday, and consequently both ure quietly confident "of success this time. . " The action of the Judges In calling all bets o...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 27 September 1912

' HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, FRIDAY, SEPT.. 27, 1012. 8tat-BulletiJS lmmj 81 li IfUssHNd - 1 f ; ; : : ji for sale ; for rent j WANTED Young men to enroll for courses in Y. M. C. A. night school. Call to day for free catalogue. k-5351-3t Our cnstomerB and their friends to come and thoroughly Inspect our plant and be convinced of tho supe riority of our product over others. Hon. Soda Works, 34 A -N. Here tania. C'bas. E. Frasher, Mgr.; Tel. 2022. 4941-tf Position by a young man eighteen years old, recently from the States. Office work preferred. Good local references. Address "S. S.", care Y. M. C. A. , 5350-3t Any person musically Inclined to de velop that talent by taking lessons from Ernent K. Kaai, 69 Young Bldg.; Te!. 2687. . k-5302-3m " -'ir, : Small" furnished house, in desirable neighborhood, by couple without children. ,Z43,M care Star-Bulletin. Two ladies who know how to sew. ' Apply j P. L. On Tai, 1190 Nuuanu .' St, nr. Beretania. 6336-lm "... A .bright boy to run errands an...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 27 September 1912

HONOLULU" STAR-BULLETIN, FRIDAY, SEPT. 27, 1012. Oceanic Steamship Co. FOR 8AN FRANCISCO S. S. Sonoma Oct. 4 S. 8. Sierra Oct. 19 S. S. Ventura Nov. 1 C. Brewer & Co., Ltd., Pacific Mail Steamship Go. FtamTS of the atov company will rnll :it Honolulu and Iave this port on or alxnjt the datfs mention). l-low: FOR THE ORIENT 6. S. Persia Oct 12 S. S. jKorea , Oct. 18 S. S. Siberia Nov. 1 For general information apply to H. Hackfeld & Co., T0I0 MSEN KAISHA Steamers of the above Company or about the dates mentioned below: FOR THE ORIENT ."'." 6. 8. Nippon Maru.. ....Sept 27 8. 8. Tenyo Maru Oct 3 8. S. Shinyo Maru.... ...Oct 25 Call at Manila, omitting call at CASTLE & COOKE, LIMITED, Agents, Honolulu. (Vfatson Navig Direct Service Between San ;' -FROM SAN FRANCISCO ' 8. 8. WJIhelmlna. . . .. .. .Oct 1 C8. S. Honolulan...... ...Oct 9 8. S. HILONIAN tails from Seattle for Honolulu direct on or about .OCTOBER 5.--...,.-.:rr.r;.,--';',t'' " ' " ' For further particulars, apply ...

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