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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 27 September 1912

i . . 4 .1. t 4 . ' :. V . ; . i . V ,.' t y '";-', : . t Masonic Temple Weekly Calendar MONDAY: TUESDAY: WEDNESDAY: THURSDAY: FRIDAY: SATURDAY: All viKitJnp memkr of the order art cordially Invited to ut tm meetings of local lodges. HONOLULU LODGE, CIG, 11. P. 0. E. Honolulu Ixwlge No. 616, U. P. O. Elks, meets, in their hall, ou King. St., near Fort, every Friday evening. Visiting Brothers are cordially invited to at tend. A. K. MURPHY, E. R II. DUNSHEE, Sec. Meet on the 2nd and 4th Mon days ' of each month at K. 1 Hall, 7:30 p. 'm Members of oth Marine Enalneers' er Associations F Beneficial' are cordially in Association vited to attend. , WJT; MeK 1 3 LET . LOIKJ K, K 0. 8, ';.- K. of P. Meets everv 2nd and 4th 9tur .i&Sday evening at 7:20 o'clock in K. of P. Hall. cor. Fort and ueretania. visiting brother cordlaJly invited to attend. : , . A. F. GERTZ. a C. F. F. KILBEY, K. R. . HOXOLtJLU AERIE 140, F. 6. E. "TT'S Meets oa second and fourth C Wednesday evening of each - fT ...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 27 September 1912

HONOLULU STAIt-BULLETIN, FUIDA V, SEPT. 27, 1912. 11 x - V r Y.. f .r. AUSTRALIAN BUTTER is si'iMifiioii to au. oti!I-:i:s. ioi; so.mk i;i-:ason. and THK I) KM AND i'Olt IT IS r.llOWINH. OL'U LAST SHIP MENT is thl iu;st wi; have had. Metropolitan Meat Market HEILBRON i LOUIS TELEPHONE "3445 HIGH CL ASX Upholstery and Drapery Work J. HOPP & CO., Ltd. THE ONLY COMPLETE CAR JKSiUS INTER STATE MODEL 40 5 Passenger, Fore Door Touring Car. MODEL 414 Passenger Demi Tonneau. MODEL 42Roadster type all with the splendid new en bloc motor, 4 in. bore, SV in. stroke; 40 H.P. MODEL 507 Passenger, Fore Door Touring Car. MODEL 51 4 Passenger, Demi Tonneau. MODEL 52 Roadster type all with the new MT" head Q l7fl A 5 in. bore; 6 in. stroke motorrSO H.P. . tyO I UU GEO. W. MOORE Telephone 1902. r Demonstrator and Selling Aent $2700 1137 Fort St Japanese Bazaar folow Convent French ; Laundry, Established 1890 ' ! DRV CLEANING BY ABADIE'S FRENCH METHOD. THE ONLY SAFE DRY CLEANING USED IN THE ISLAND...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 27 September 1912

12 r HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, FRIDAY, SEPT. 27, 1012. 1 Employer and Employee Do you want to pain the re spect ami confidence of your employer? A Savings Account with us will help you to do bo. It is evidence of your ability to take care of your own money, and therefore) betters your chances with your employer. Bank of Hawaii, Ltd. Capital-Surplus, $1,200,000 - rme lone icns is grounu wuu a wa ati . a a II U deep, inner curve, which permits of the lens being placed much closer to the ere. allowing a wider range of vision with no perceptible edges or 'annoying reflections. The "Torlc" 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 1L We fit the "Toric" in eye-glass or spectacle. Factory on Jhe premises. A. N. San Boston Building - Fort Street Over May eV Co. The Pen That Will nor Lean V Fountain Pen is so constructed that It can not leak. The Ink that is in the pen (when you buy it was put in at the factory...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 27 September 1912

HOXOOTLTJ STAR BntLETIN, FRIDAY SEPT. 27, 1012. 4 .. II FLORIDA AMI , 1 V lay Announce that the demand for tfie mammoth' Elkhorn Brand0 u r in ' L JXli JLMa cLEd iJ JLSd y . .- '. '' -. . hit 1 :4, . . . V-V. ' . -- --- ; - ' - . ! ; ; - k which they received by the Lurline on Wed nesday has been so great that tHe cutting will take place To Mora hm at 1ft v ;' .- In Their Window S"7' ; (1 Ki'?.!'' By GEORGE FITCH Florida fs a vast expanse of water. ! kev is a peculiar one made out of ' i sand and climate, which sticks out j coral, and is almost us big as an old i about 4ou miles into the ocean at J fashioned New England house key. the southeast corner of the nation, j Florida ships orange:, . jirapfruit. : alligators and cigars to the world. If it were not for Florida, mankind would be able to swear off smoking. In fact, this would be almost neces sary. Florida also contains the old- land is as hard to dodge as a sore j thumb. For many years it was the j vermiform appendix of the Un...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 27 September 1912

HONOLULU STAR-BULLETJN, FRIDAY, SEPT. 27, i 0121 n .A FISHER HEARING (Continued from Page 1) Ixmisson was asked by th Secretary if had any grievances or fact;! hearing on the situation that he would like to Kive. Taking his pi a re at the witness stand the Coffee King launch rJT forth in an eloquent oration to th1 ffect that all the Islands need is a hip, tariff on coffee, and the farmers ti raise coffee, whereuKjn all would become wealthy. iThe STtary informed him that he 'the Secretary had no power to regulate the tariff, and that he would hot even venture to predict what Con gress might do on that particular schedule. Undaunted, Louisson bold ly began "prognosticating" just what Congress "ould do. Hser on Tanff. ? hnve to say riirht here fnr-Jily, Ht. louisson, that I Km in favor of the revision of the tariff downward. Iram here to help solve your present difficulties ri"t those that may fate you in case Congress changes soiiit of the tariff laws." 'For the th-rd and last time Lo...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 28 September 1912

1 1 1 Frm 8. F.r Ventura. Sept. 3 For S. F.i Lurline-Shinyo Oof 1 From Yaneomer: Zealandla, Oct. 9. For Yaneoiner: Mararaa, Oct. 8. 1 iiveninK Bulletin, Est No. f:jr::. Hawaiian Star. Vol. XX.. No C.7J4. 24 PACKS. HOXOM'U'. TEI5KITOI5Y OF HAWAII, SATUihAY, SEPTfraC 1!12. 24 PAGES PRICE FIVE CENTS $ ROLE Mi .ROM F. ft m rrr. : ... U- HOME A WAR iMPir 3 f. J? Ending hi a . tour;-of investigation of the Islands with 4 & forty-eight-hour stretch during which he did sot take more than four or five hours' sleep, Secretary Walter U.Fisher this morn ing arrived in Honolulu on the Mauna Kea from Maul after establishing a record for sustained and strenuous ac tivity that even Teddy the Bull Mooser might envy. Leaving the home of A. W. Carter, at the Parker Ranch on Hawaii, early last Thursday morning, the Secretary of the Interior was almost constantly 'on ine move, setting a pace that left very other member except Governor Frear and Prince Kuhio utterly fagged when the party finally reac...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 28 September 1912

HOXOLCMJ . STAR-BULLETIN, SATURDAY, SEPT. 2S, 1012. ... . nil. 9 .. ' I i: I . jr in; " s FIVE HUNDRED ASIATICS TO Ulllll U I III III lltf illllll I II I I 1 IIUU I L lILillLi 111 UIH111U milllU 29 j. Four hundred and twenty-six Asiat- Ic steerage passengers are en route ; from Oriental porta to the Hawaiian Islands In the Toyo Kisen Koish.i liner fihlnyo Mam that is expected to reach i this port about lo o'clock Monday morning. . While the exact number of Filipinos is not given in a wireless report that T reached, this city through the agency i v of Castle & Cooke, it is presumed that X i at least three, hundred passengerr. are i l listed for the Hawaiian Sugar Plant- C ?rs association, having booked pas- i eage from the Philippines, The Shlnjo Maru is to make a con iV. siderable stay at the jort of Honolulu I i In order to permit of the discharge of 3076 tons freight gathered u ports otnncr thA rojiKt nf Phlna and .I.in.m. j t i wiwuft w - ' .'. It Is the present intention o d...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 28 September 1912

HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, SATURDAY, SEPT. 28, 1912. O pictures of n look like n. They show the lorcc, energy, char acter of the sitter. They are portraits that really tell something of the men portrayed. Telephone today for an appointment PHOTOGRAPHER mm. tracer ton POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS. NOTICE. Having been regularly nominatec by the Republican District and County Convention for the office of Repre sensitive, Fourth District, 1 respect fully solicit the support of the voter. in the coming election. WoO-tf JAMES H. BOYD. NOTICE. Having been regularly nominatec .by the Republican District and Count) Convention for the office of Repre sentative. Fourth District, I respect fully aoliclt the support of the voter I In the coming election. JOHN K. KAMANOULU. 5350-tf NOTICE. Having Ijeen regularly nominated by I the Democratic District and County Convention for the office of Super J visor, respectfully solicit the sup-1 port of the voters in the coming clto I tion. 5350-tf M. C. PACHECO. "...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 28 September 1912

HONOLULU STAR-RULLKTI X. SAT UR HAY. SEPT. 2. 1JM2. t 1 I . r I f i- ... t it v t. IS ffimmlttltt gto-ltttMittil s ON TIMELY TOPICS L. o 1 RILEYiH. ALLEN ! SATURDAY SEPTE.M liEK . P.H2 EDITOR 11 hrrr thriT is tin li lln n cni In no ' deuvor. .Inliusoii. CONSTRUCTIVE WORK AT HILO IHrj;ilrs from lloiioliiln lo tlx first iniii itslniif civir nuifVivixr. ln-ll al llilo this wivk. . Jiavr ivtunml with lln lulirf ilwi the mtivcn- i tioii will itsijIi in j:ivat mm! to tin Irrritorv. . Tlio spirit of ranirst roojMTsitinn shown ;it tin convention will ! diffused over tin islands ami Oiiht to result in a better understanding of the proM'ins ff individual cities and comities and a "pull all together" on plans affeetinj; ;ood government and efficient overninent in Hawaii. As ;ood roads are one of Hawaii's most press ing problems, so the plans presented to develop the highway systems here are of very much in tert. H. K. Rishofi's stiestion of a sta(e-aid : Kvsteni, republished in another column ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 28 September 1912

HONOLULU STAK -HULLKTIN. SATl'KDAY. SUPT. 2S. COTTE "They bought who had not bought before. And those who had bought, bought the more." PAPER O Towels for SOc Sole Agents for the Territory Phone 1410 America-Hawaiian Paper & Smpply Co Fort and Queen Sts. Geo. G. Guild, Mgr. Ltd. Fort and Queen Sts. A Soft Clean Towel For Everybody At Every Wash hawi COMMENTS ON RECENT POLITICAL CONVENTIONS Newspapers in Editorials Give Advice to the Hawaiian Electorate With the close of the Republican. Democratic and Home Rule county conventions, the Hawaiian newspa pers, editorially commented on the work of the delegates during their de liberations in the conventions. Some of the newspapers blame tht Hawaiian delegates for not standing together and working unitedly. They write that if the Hawaiians had stuck together, as they had publicly an nounced before the sitting of the conventions, they could have ac complished much; but, failure on their- part to stand firm on their con victions gave the...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 28 September 1912

HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, SATTKDAY, SEPT. 2S, 1012. Begium 1 III - Mm Book Bargains That Are Real Bargains Will Prevail All Week Young Motel Building Young Hotel Building members at Aiken's Puuanialei home yetterday morning. One of the first places visited was the Haiku winery, where Mr. Fisher tasted the real Hawaiian wine and questioned the manager concerning the methods and possibilities of vine yarding on a small scale. He then iu- ( Continued from.Pauje'l) vrarjed, and after clambering aboard the Maitna.Kea from the ship's boat in which the party was conveyed iroin the landing, he sat down and engaged in conversation until nearly 3 o'clock L:l ore retiring. Mrr. Fisher and .Mrs. Mott-Sraith rrmained with the party until the ar rival at McGregor's lmdlng Thursday j evening, where they iade goodbye td the Secretary and continued on to Ho nolulu on the Kilauea, accompanied by Territorial Secretary Mott-Smlth. . At Mniamr'a TonHnir t h nartv was met by a committee from the fc Maul. C...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 28 September 1912

i HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, SATURDAY, SEPT. 2$, 1012. 7 AUSTRALIAN BUTTER v. i ; - i IS SUPERIOR TO Al.l. OTHERS, FOI: SOMIC'l A S O N , AND tin: demand for it is growing, on: last sinr- ME.VT IS VI IK PEST WE HAV K HAD. Metropolitan Meat Market TELEPHONE 3445 NOTED JAPANESE! LECTURER TO iT w RAINS CLASH BY AUTHORITY SPEAK HERE K. S. Inui To Talk at Central Union Church Tomorrow Evening Nineteen Japanese, alleged "by four members of the city detective force tu have indulged in a quiet game of seven-come-eleven at a Beretania street resort, were assessed fines ranging from fie to thirty dollars by Police Magistrate Monsarrat this ORDINANCE NO. 41. AN ORDINANCE RELATING TO! AND REGULATING PUBLIC) DANCE HOUSES .IN THE CITY t AND COUNTY OF HONOLULU, ! TERRITORY QF HAWAII. J i EE IT ORDAINED BY THE PEOPLE , j OF THE CITY AND COUNTY OF , ! HONOLULU. ; SECTION 1. A public dance house v.uhin the meaning of this Ordinance is a house, room, or enclosure, in use for pubiic dinces other than exhi...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 28 September 1912

8 HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, SATUKDAY, SEPT. 28, 1912. n n V STERLING SILVER U2, Richness Elegance Beauty As permanent as the slitter of a diamond, and in its way as precious lis mi XIX OR 00 YOU MERELY Think So S Are You Insured a a n a n a. III JO The QUEEN INSURANCE CO. of AmericaAssets nearly 5 TEN MILLION DOLLARS and NET SURPLUS FIVE MIL LION DOLLARS has the strength that assures safety. We will bt pleased to explain its policy. HAliMIlAM TnilCT TA I iA i 923 Fort Street 1 NOW LOCATED and READY FOR BUSINESS 18i!M Street MAG 00 N BUILDING Sharp Sign's Phone 1697 TOM SHARP, the Sign Painter SCHOOL CLOTHING We have everything for the schoolboy. Bring him In and let us fix him up. You will be satisfied, and so will he. Canton Dry Goods Co., HOTEL STREET OPPOSITE EMPIRE THEATER SOY BEAN MEAL IS A MEAL MADE AND PRODUCED IN MAN CHURIA. IT IS THE BEST FOOD FOR POUL TRY AND STOCK. IT FATTENS WHERE EV ERYTHING ELSE HAS FAILED. FOR BOOK LET ON SYSTEMATIC FEEDING AND THE - VALUE OF SOY DEAN M...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 28 September 1912

0 4 t LAURENCE REDINGTON SPORTING EDITOR THE TRUTH ABOUT SPORT IS NEVER A KNOCK HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, SAT I'M) AY, SEPT. 28, 1012. lihhlli RfcAUij FOR BOWLING i rininiiriu t Alley Men Will Meet Monday Night To Discuss Formation and Organization of "Y" Winter League Bowling men will get together Mon day night at 8 o'clock at Cooke Hall, In the Y. M. C. A., to talk over the "Y" league for the corning winter sea son. Notices have beta eai out to all the old-timers by Manager Wis dom of the ai:ys, but it there are any others who want a chance to go after the wood this season, they will be made welcome at the meeting. Hans for the league wilj be formu lated, and sorrife line gotten on the number of teams that may be expect ed to compete In the. series. There is also some question as to whether the league will be composed of five- man or three-man teams this year, and this will be left' to the rollers them selves to decide. The schedule will be drawn up later in the week, and games star...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
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Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 28 September 1912

HONOLULU STAn BULLBTIN, SATI.-KDAY, SEPT. 28, 12. - U&Mi?i.'A ; ----- .. ' -'w-ljU. -.U -1 -.r tnriwrriiir-nirlAf----';-.,. r - tr&j&v-V-:'?' -;vvJyy . ... .... ..jirL.,.. vTvn-.' i ff &Mmt V: ' V i Nf tT" ... The underslung construction guards the REGAL from destruction. Exclusive Island Distributor H. E. Hendrick, lid Corner Merchant and Alakea Sts WEW MODEL CADILLAC CONTAINS : lANY VALUABLEIMPROVEMENTS ' ' V : ' Automatic Spark Control Ventilated Hood, Comfort for Ihe Occupants and Extreme Accessibility Some of the Exclu ; sive Features That Make the New Model a Great Hit with t Trade and Buyer Alike - - V . ; Speaking of the new ' automobile season just approaching, '.Mr. E. E. staled this morning that he' anticl- . i'itlCB KB ltil&3 UUB1UC3S CU3 CTCI, OUU ' possibly, more total sales; to be re corded during 1913x than during any - previous campaign. " . - V ; The ' buying will certainly - narrow down ;thls year to' fewer makes of the higher, standards 'anil ...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
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Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 28 September 1912

Ill j mitt Mexico you touIA luItla- pick j automobiles dot can to mach; f 'Mexico up mitt a' blotter, but ve don't! mitt out getting ia der projcc. Ivant any fight if v can get oudt off s class, und den dera owners caa Idt honorably, and Master Taft tea der arrested for discharging tireann ..1 A I- i - 1 1 k ' I 1 t . 1 1 . . M .11 .. I It- SECRETARY FISHER AND HIS PARTY AT INTERESTING POINTS OF KAUAI TOUR clear und earned out mitt shust asj Your friend. much honors as iff he had got in und ' SPIECELMYCH. knocked der shtufftas out off deri , m vhole caboodle. And dere was der I tnncc9DI A RlillVir Tn Cuba rum pus. Did you not ice. ? M U U O C TL A N N I Si U I U Adolph. how be handled dot business? But at der same time be peliefs in an BUILD AT VAIKi; rstt on..Mn. Ja .u Ki- NegotuiUons are now belna cada t in mltf dnr hmail ti. vht . ! P1 yaI 0rder of Moose. No. SOO. t HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, SATURDAY, SEPT.; 28, 1012. m i , sa.L 1- JLTT moos ranting to fight he kept a shtlff upper ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 28 September 1912

1 THE ASSEMBLY HALL as Oahu r nn-rj ie e for t lie table was aii ar College was, beautifully derorat- j tistic arrangement of dark red flow ed with vines and pennants last i rs. Covers were laid for Mrs. Rjss night for uie dance given by liH-j Kingsbury. Miss Prisciila KIMeott, upper classmen in honor of the fresh , Mrs. Harry Hepburn. Miss Edith : men. There were many of ih- o.-! Cowles, Miss Jislia McStocker, Miss ' lege Students present as well as aj Lydia McStockeT, Mrs. Kirby Smith large number of the Alumni and new-! and Mrs. tierald Johnson. )mers to Honolulu. j ! . The chaperones for the evening Surprise Party at Kurtistown. Were President and Mrs. CJrilfiths, Mis-i I Miss Edna Curtis of Kurtistown, Arthur. Miss Foster. Miss Damon arm Hawaii, was genuinely surprised oi. Miss Susan flark. The members of Wednesday evening, - the twenty-fifth. Ceorge Rodiek, Mrs. Andrew Fuller,! Mrs. Charles Wilder and Mrs. E. R. Stackable. Thursday afternoon Miss Klunipke visited the Museum an...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 28 September 1912

13 s. Popular Dress Fabrics Roman Pongee ThJrty;two incheV vldf A beautiful soft fabric., with silk strtpes in color.' of 1 - . HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIX, SATTinuY. SEPT. 2S. 1012. ME We have opened up a number of prttty WASHABLE fabrics this week, all new season's patterns. Ratine Cloths Twenty-eight inches wide, in white, tan, pink, lavender, light blue, grey, and Copenhagen. Surah Pongee Thirty-two inches wide. A twilled silk and cotton material in fancy stripes. WMEAELE 1 i. Madras Shirtings Thirty-two inches wide. A very large assortment of new patterns suit able for ladies' waists and men's shirts. Begun on Monday, September 30th "Grenada Pique!' A fine -grade, broad welt pique, white ground with broad stripes, in b?ue, helio, pink, tan and black. Corner Fort and Beretania Streets CO Opposite Central Fire Station PAYS foi H()(H.n,r Mrs. Madden of Hawaii Entertained. Xliss , Soper and' Miss. Blanche So per entertained at an informal tea on Thursday for Mrs. Madden of Ha wait. -The...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 28 September 1912

14 HONOLULU-STAR-BULLETIN, - SATURDAY. SKPT. 28, 1012. V. MM .' r - and oyer Employee I)o you .want to gain the re spcct and confidence o your employer? A Savings Account with us will help 'you to do bo. It is evidence of your ability to tike care of your own money, arid t!if-r-for tetter your cLaiicr. v.HIi your employer.- Bank of Hawaii, ltd. "Capital-Surplus. J1.2W-C00, v. ' " Lmpi r V mm. I, Tim .rruricf lens Js , ground with a "lt'jj, lauercnrve, which permits' pi ' the luis bcliijr"placed'.niuca closer t the cyv aJ lo w Ins a -, wider: range of - vision .""With;: m perceptible . edges or 'annoying reflations V OMJe TorJc lens Is for' 'particular, people who wain tne of5i and ttW satisfied; witWnotb' . Jng Wiut. Jt eoMts: a' IUU .morej bui jt 1 j ortk L ' W, fit tbe J'Wtc In vfy-gUssorf spVctftcle ''i?.-'v-i raciury on U)e preralHs."-; ' - - ? ' f ' Doston Coildlnh . V. fort Street " . ' "'ver 7.a &, Co. - if : - . ' a Jhs Peti ThaKYMl: . -- . M'1 ' I v. Lacre.s-V : . S. f ...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 28 September 1912

HONOETJIJU 'STAK-BOLLETIN SATUHDAY, SEPT. 28,f-1912. 1 SALES NEARLY 270,000 ..Vol witjiHtandiriK it ha hwu railed i vcik market, toRether with tho fact ?i lirh-ess nave slumped in the non- V V .. . .! . . - paying clauses . especially. frweek in' ust to the United sUtes or England. I consequently, mere are only afloat lor : the Lotted States the S. S.-fianpes, 5.700 tons, and possibly one Septem- ber cargo recently offered at lis. Gd. j At the close 3c. c. & r. 4.2k) is j the full up value for 9J deg. Centrifu-j gals. ' Vieikl Ci.nnlw Total stock of Europe and America, suirar market undr date of Sentcm ! 1.122,672 tons against HS9,5rL tons ber 12 1b as follows: W 'as year at the same uneven dates. Quotation remain unchanged from. The increase of stock is J3.11M tons IN THE PAST HVE DAYS last week at 2c. c. & f. and 4..c perl against an increase of f 6.421 tous last lb., dnty paid . week. Total stocks .and afloats to- Business . was oa a . slow dracginc I father show a visibl...

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