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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 4 October 1912

HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, FRIDAY, OCT. 4, 1912. e t J U Are You Overweight? We recommend and guarantee Rexall Obesity Treatment It is a harmless and sensible anti-fat treatment and easy to take. Williamson &Battolph '-'.' ..- . ; Stock and Bond Brokers Phone 14S2 P. 0. Box 623 S3 MERC1I4XT STREET o Price $1.00 complete SOLD ONLY AT OUR STORE u o Besison,Smi th&Co Limited Hotel and Fort Streets 3CD.C 1 4 - 1 MEAL 12 FOR SALE Four choice lots In Kalmuki ... .$ 1,600.00 Four choice lots on Pacific Heights 5,000.00 1 '85-100 acres on Tantalus ' . i . . .. ..... ... . . . . . . . . . . 'i 3,000.00 A : magnificent furnished house at Walklkl . . . . . . . . . . 27,000.00 Y f 2 6-10 acres Improved property on upper LIHha Street. 9,500.00 1 , . House could not be duplicated for $9000. 1 Our, representative will show the properties. ; " , ' --- it? a HAVAHAN TRUST CO., Ltd. 923 Fort Street 4 i4 -. WOWLOGATE FOR BUSINESS 11 r? . jioy iv MAGOON BUILDING i&mRF; Signs Phone 1697 : 4 . T...

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. — 5 October 1912

'v i. ? v, A. Ffta S. F.t llonolulan, Oct 9. rr 8. F.i Siberia. Oct 8. From Yaneoavers Zealandia, Oct. 9. For YancooTfrt Mara ma, Oct 8. Evening Bulletin, Est 1S82, No. 5359. Hawaiian Star, Vol. XX.. No. 6400. 22 PAGES. HONOLULU, "TEURITORY QF HAWAII, SATURDAY, OCT. 5, 1012 22 PAGES. PRICE FIVE CENTO 9 11 .IB rr I7 OY XV0 Y-''.-l L M vwi jtj in VKjyym v i.-yo v A ' 1 mm rjAPmn id KM 10 Mrs.' Thelma Parker Smart Buys Great Property for $90,000 v ? g Mrs. Annie T. K. Parker- 3 Smart, owner of ; the Parkier $ Ranch. : has had the famous Ka- e huku Ranch added to her do- 3 mains. " - ".' 1 8 S The price Is $90,000. S - Madame d'Herblay, the sweet- heart of the late Colqnel Sam Norrls In the troubled sixties, 4? has accepted a compromise of 8 3 her . much larger claim against his estate for $5250, and her suit In the New York courts" has been discontinued. " ' .. 3 Charles G. 4 Macomber, sole $ derisee tf the Kahuku Ranch un ' S der the will of ; Colonel Norrls,' & has made a satisfa...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 5 October 1912

HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, SAT URDAY, OCT. 5, 1912. ' SMpppg TWO FREIGHTERS FOR THE PACIFIC COAST Two large freighters are to depart for the West coast of the United States today, provided all goes well with the discharge of cargoes. The Japanese freighter Koju Maru, ' an arrival at Honolulu on September p 20th with Australian coal to local im i porters, has teen made ready for sea, aiid should sail for Columbia River - and Paget Round point this after noon. The Koju Maru has been fixed to load lumber on the West coast for Australia. Captain Co win, stated today nat in returning to the Anti podes Jbe Intended . to pass within range of i the Diamond Head signal station, with a view of being reported from this port The .Harrison Direct Line freighter Workman, has been discharged of .three thousand tons European cargo 'Including cement, fertilizer material and - sundries. This vessel Is to be ' dispatched today for San Pedro. San Francisco, Portland, Vancouver and BeMUe. - The Workman wil...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 5 October 1912

HONOLULU STARBULLETIN, SATURDAY, OCT. 5, 1012, POLITICAL NEWS AND NOTES ice President Chillingworth of thej present to work In harmony so that Republican precinct club of the fourth, the Republican ticket can be elected 1 5ii Pease You If you have a certain pose or picture in mind, we will execute it for you or just leave it to us. We produce the latest and best styles in photographic pom rait ure. Our line of sample photo graphs will convince you of the quality we put Into our work. Come in and look them over. FtionroGCAPttW POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS. NOTICE, L Having been regularly nominated by e Democratic District . and County Convention for the office of Senator -1 respectfully solicit the support of the voters in the coming election. J' AMBROSE J. WIRTZ. ..... 1 -i ' U. NOTICE.' ? Having been regularly nominated by the ; Republican District and Count) Convention for the office of Senator, I respectfully solicit the support of the voters in the coming election, v 5350-tf ;'. V A....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 5 October 1912

4 HONOLULCJ STAK BULLETIN, SATURDAY, OCT. r, 1012, U. S. IS LITTLE- INTERVIEWS MARI RILEY H. ALLEN SATURDAY.... OCTOHKK .", 1!H2 Stand clone to all, but Iran on none. And if the croicd desert you, Stand just a fearlehj alone An if a throng begirt you. s W. S. gliurtleff. ACCIDENTALLY T 1 REPUBLICAN - iiriKNEHS ,1 r. That a rwnnl of ffideii-jr in public office i the In-st assurance of retention by the people it illUKtrnttnl notahlv in the Klitical prospects of three Republican nominee on the county ticket, Auditor Bit-knell, Clerk .Knlauokalani, and County Attorney Cathcarf.1 ' iWhen the Republican wviv hunting suitable timber for the fall canipaipi, they didn't have to worry alnnit these three offices. The men in them have done their duty and mom They have the mfidenc-e of the public. In. the past their judge w. u wHrrNEY-TheBig Wounded While Practicing The hist shooting accident to ma rines or bluejackets at Pearl Harbor, election ban Ikmi by larjre inajorities and such china. : Ac...

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

HONOLULU RTAIBULLETIN, SATURDAY. OCT. 5, 1912. "They bought who had not bought before, And those who had bought, bought the more." A Soft Clean Towel For 4 -. . . - - Everybody At Sole' Agents for the Territory Phone 1410 THE PRESS and the PEOPLE AFTERMATH. - The people of Walohinu say thai tbey are .satisfied with' the Secre tary Fisher Investigation. If is . too bad that Mr. Fisber cannot possibly realize the full extent of that compli ment. And on "top of that we hear that Mr. Fishef stopped Abe Loulsson when be was talking coffee tariff. This is nothing short of miraculous. Uflo Tribune. t ... i - " THE NEXT. CI VIC. CONVENTION. The plea made bjr J.' J. Walsh, ol Kahulul.- asking that : the next Clvio Convention should be held in Wailu ku, should be given the backing, of the Hilo Board of Trade In every pos Bible manner. -To this city and es pecially to President Elliott, of the local organization, belongs the . honor of .having Inaugurated this movement, which has made a fine b...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 5 October 1912

HONOLULU 8TAIMIULLETIN, SAT PJ1 DAY, OCT. of 1912., V tr. "Tyr SOY 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 MEAL SEE Y NUUANU ST., TAKAKUWA nnnnqQnqqGnnnaQQDnnnaonQnr ' JkVtl ' H J .'. . ...... FOR SALE Four choice Jot in Katmuki ........ 1 $ 1,600.00 a a i Four chotof Jots on Pacific Helohta ...... . 5,000.00 1 aerta on Tantalus ........ . 3,000.00 A magnificent furnished house at Walkikl ....... ... 27,000.00 2 6-10 acres improved property on upper Liliha Street 9,500.00 . House could not be duplicated for $9000. a a; o a a Our representative will show ft K ti a tit aii im UiWaUaiU 0 i rv rrrrWy N07 ' LOCATED v (ad READY FOR , Sharp ,:gnS -.' Phone. 1697 '-5; ;rQM- SHARP, SCHOOL CLOTHING We have everything for the schoolboy. Bring hfrrt In and Jet us him up. You will bt jiatlaf led, and of will he. f i i Cton Dry Goods Co.n H...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 5 October 1912

" HONOLULU STAR BULLETIN, SATURDAY, OCT. 3, 1912. CElEBlfFllt1 IN GREAT SKECH f j if t . :. ,4. . . : -. f 16 Black Velvet, Black Satin, Patent, Dull Calf , Tan' Calf - - $3.50 a Pair IlclEiePEiy Shoe Store "If vou have confidence In me, then The celebration of the second anal vote for a straight Republican ticket, vertarv of the overthrow of the Bra- These men,' pointing at Colonel Sam ggnza dynasty, the fall of the Poiu- j Parxer. tieoree F. Kenton, J. M. Dow- e.iese monarchy, and the establish- sett, Robert IJ. Waipa, Andrew Cox. ment of the Republic of Portugal, is A. i.... Castle and Geoige E. Smithies, telng observed today by the Portu "are men whom you can trust The eues of Honolulu. other Republican nominees, who. on in response to the invitation of A. j account of their business engage- Canavarro. consul general or tne merits, could not come here todav. are Fnrtnp-tieup renublio. several hundred! equally as good men as those who are Portuguese will attend a dance to solicit...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 5 October 1912

HONOLULU BTAR-nULLETIN, SATURDAY, OCT. 3, 1012. i 2 " ! ' A DELICACY NEW TO HONOLULU. Salmon, Halibut, Smelts THESE ARRIVED VEST EH DA V AND ARE PARTICULAR LY GOOD FISH. . Metropolitan Meat Market HEILBRON & LOUIS TELEPHONE 3445 HIGH TRIBUTE TO CAPT SHOULD BE SHERIFF, .PARKER ! SAYS RAWLINS ' 4 a a A TIMELY SUBSCRIPTION. Attorney of His Personal Knowledge Tells of Bravery and Ef ficiency of Former Captain of Police During Strikes HIGH CLASS Upholstery and Drapery Work THE ONLY COMPLETE CAR ; Electrically Self TMTITI? - CT1 A Tl? Started and Lighted 1111 J-LV l a X JLJ MODEL 405 Passenrer, Fore Door Touring Car. MODEL 41 4 Passenger Demi Tonntau. 4 MODEL 42 Roadster tvoe all with the-solendid new On A i ' en bloc motor, Atf in. bore, 5 in. stroke ; 40 H.P. i P U U MODEL" 507 Passenger Fore Door Touring Car. ; r MODEL 514 Passenger, Demi Tonneau. . ' . , aiuuxu .34 Koaaster type an witn tnc ntw Head -t 5 in. bore, 6 in. stroke motor; 50 H.P.. .......... " $3700 1137 Fort St ,V. , ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 5 October 1912

LAURENCE REDINGTON SPORTING EDITOR Tiffi TRUTH ABOUT SPORT IS NEVER A KNOCK fi i BOAT CLUBS TO Some Claimants For MEET IN MANY CHASERS ON . ! The Heawweisht Title LOCAL PG CONTESTS r 1 --;" - i "' A- to Healan:s Challenge Myrtles to Baseball, Tennis, Soccer, Bowling and Handball May Spin Tops, Too Those old rivals the Healanis and Myrtles may have fornotten how to Bit in a boat by next Reason. Or, at least, they may have lost interest in rowing as a sport, being weanJ away from slide and oar by the delights of dry land pastimes. It all started with the baseball game fn which the Healanis beat the Ala meda crew a few days ago. This gave the Blue and White the idea that they could do other things besides row, so they came out with a challenge to the haughty Myrtles for a ball game. The ink on the challenge was hardly dry before Captain Frank Bechert of the Myrtles was "knockin at the do'" ot tering to play for chalk, money or marbles. Marbles suggested still other possi bilities in th...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 5 October 1912

10 HONOLULU BTAIt-BUIXETIN, SATUKDAT," OCT. 1912.' ? j 4 V w . , - - T 4 You then know absolutely that you Have the BEST PIANO THE WORLD PRODUCES IF" !OUR GENERATIONS OF have made it their life work to scientmcaiiy superior piano, ft is riot Stm money iut Sfem way brims and eiierj& mdfamfiy develop pnae that 4 has placed this piano so far above all other pianos. are a number, of high-graide pianos, .somej with old and honored names, all maue of the, best material, and workmanship, all on the same lines. Theory best scientific names have gone into combination with cheap njakes to reach the market. . We have several high grade pianos that we guarantee to . be equal to any but the STEINWAY tnat we seirat a I6W price. ' ; " "' ; have good new pianos from $250 up; Used and second hand from $125 iip. We do r expert W- Tuning . Repairing .f; Bishop and y 'V- Hotel Streeti opposite ;f pung Hotel ' .'.'r Rent - v Ne'AV' . . - " . . . . - . . L Pianos IS STESEB Vigorous American verts tre...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 5 October 1912

HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, SATUBDAYf OQT. 5, . ' 1 .1 . . 7" i9 EasylVay to Kill n-x -maid ' IIIAP rA Mll.r by Using the Genuine Stearns' Electric RatiRoach Paste Exterminates rata, mice, cock roaches, traterbugs, etc. Ready for use. Better than traps. Money Back if it Falls. 25c d $1X0. Sold hf DracgUt EvcfywlMr. Stetrns'Qectrie Pasta Cc, ChIctg9,CL ALL DRUGGISTS HAVE YOU SEEN IT? TAe Jupiter Pencil er Sharveti m . It'i the best sharpener ever made and you will accept this statement unreservedly when you ha'e seen it working. We have the Wales Adding Machine in both the hand, and electric equipment. We would like to demonstrate the.se machines for you. Hawaiian News Co. UmiUd Alexander Young Building ; All Grocers ' T awanan Gunos .;,"-:' ;' . .; .' .... SpialSale 7 .5 i ... Weedon's Bazaar SilMO FORT 8TREET- Vienna Bakery hat the fcett Homi-made Bread Gertnak Wtiels aflcT ;CofTee Ca,ke. Co sure and ring up 2124. v 1129 FORT STREET J A. BLXDM; Importer ,vF6rt St BIO BILL HELPS LIIJPLL...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 5 October 1912

12 HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN. SATURDAY, OCT. V 1012. Anions i hose present wre Mr. ami! Mrs. Krowits. .Mr. and Mrs. liuuvi Sehafer, Mr. and Mrs. Juei:-;'. and Mrs. CharP-s ChiUir.i: v. -i. : :;. huh Mr; Moiisar,,!'. Mr. alio Mr. K. .vpupay, Dr ai.d Mr- M.;;.- Mis.1 Line I Whi'ini; - ' V J Tl;t KafiiiuKi an! 4 I ufr. The Kaim-iki Curd i!iti vas nif-r t?iTi-d en Thursday by Mrs jam Guild at hr home n Hth a-aiU' 1 :); iirr prize was ihKa.Dy tr;e eoM-i ' S-. the seeond by Mrs. M V V-tI . ; arid th" -(insolation bv Mrs. I.. K.i I Thaver. Anions those nrc-em wre. S ttiMrs. M. A. Webb, Mrs. I., iv Th:er.' U VXl.lASii DAYS ; Vrs. Aithur Thav-r. Mrs. liar.-. Mi-;.-! I? HtU MOVHl 1.1 tt' Mabel Man-. Mrs. Warn. Mrs liiiv M. JJ 55;Hitw. Mis. Louis lnirw.tni. Mr--. J? .Mondays Punahou, College t: ; "a :ua, Mrs. Lmii 'Wndt. Mrs. San. Hills. Manoa, Mukiki. Sl'-ck a'"'! Mrs. James guild. H Tufsdaj) Waikiki, Kapiolani HI Park. Kaimuki, Palolo. First n!-Mnv wjn Dinner. Tuesday, Fort Rufipr. tti Mr. and ...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 5 October 1912

HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIX, SATURDAY, OPT. .-,.1012. 13. 4 ti . , . ....'",.. Ifwl iitmi ... . ...... MEMORIAL FOR GEN, BOOTH AT from the mainland a few months ajso 'he immediately ttpranip on of The MK'ia: ii-i.i:t.in;-s. HAVE YOU SEEN THE Mrs. Emma J. Sievert It ft -sterday; for San Dieno. from which place she : v ill go to Saa Francisco, w here she j will visit with relatives for several 1 wteks. With friends she will sail frcin San Francisco on October v for! an extended visit tc Honolulu and th ' Hawaiian Islands Los Angeles j 1 unes. BIJOU HATS til! .4 li'l I nil ..r v U v mj- i-5-i 1-1; . -- M i l mi v; r: y. - 'ill I I t I TIIK rceion to Mr Dnneai Smith at the KilohM:i;i Art a aue on Velnd'y eveninj? wiis one of the most i)!asant social aflirs of the week. Mr. Smith witti .Mrs. Kent, his sister, Mrs. James u 1 1 M , .1. ill' iju I 1 ivi in i' reived the Clients from MKht until ten ! o'clock. The nnims of the Art leat;tie were prettily decorated witlr palrn Mid flowers while the ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 5 October 1912

14 HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, SATURDAY, OCT. . 5, 101S. V g CARBON Is the recognized Carbon everywhere. It produces the best copies. Buy no other. This well-known Carbon Paper is sold only by us.- 0 V Exdusive Agents of Lhe . O J RenungtoaJpem Hawaii .: K I, CP HJtL ... TYPEWHITER ?.. 7 ' 3 o9 Lti i i ... r1J v. o 0 e Th ? o J J -i? : SJ J , f "Twa Cronies Sleepin' Thegither" Jnlm Walker, lately -back frae Aberdeen wP his insides gey mend it L.r Hraw Scottish surgeons and hiB ponth filled wP heather lor his fel low exile, brought the matter up at the Scottish Thistle Club, and Mais ter Hlggins, a mon o unco skill and leeterairy research, volunteered to be thi "Old Mortality" to Investigate the ieiort. It was about the neglecled staves of two Scottish worthies in Nuuanua cemetery, the long silent oc cupants having a tombstone In com mon. Intercepted by "The Onlooker" before he . had time to prepare bit report, Mr.'HIggins related the follow ing interesting, facts: "The tombstone is cons...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 5 October 1912

V ' vT-i t'. ' 1 HONOLtnMiBritiEtiN; urrmipAY, 0015; 191 15T I n V i;p 'v.' A- STOCtf SALES INCREASED 0 N 'G 5oi ( ( M v A? : I For a midnight suppeV a for any other meal it any otner time, toe very latest thing m itovei the best that stove-artists can do -if .a . It Burns Oil It .Concen trates Heat -to Watt It Is Handy -rNoDirt It is Ready iVb Defaj Jl Foaeentratea die Wat wncrit job want it. b it m quick at ju, pteacSar and hefioW the (Ml, cheaper tha 'KaL via ftcKeie. Mkwtk I.2r3 boraer AJ UWn Frw Caoa-Bo STANDARD CL SiJm,CaL Stockton CmL 5DU,Cal. Bpediar V w i , i . r Mm Ni ... C- mm KUUANU 'STREET.' ABOVE KING iheramous - .... - : .. ' - . . . , Will 36 a day's-ironing for.; only-$ ;03 ?orth of i GAS. . Price complete with iiibing, $3.00. " ALAKEA AND T' . J.G Alakea and i See ' i . ,' luc uai.es l Thing in Stoves Oil Gfcoft-stovs electricity. oAmd taA drns nr it- N IWm Sh win nry . -Copk-cW aW ration 1 - n m ilimMidtft)Mbl(tNrMiliiiMl. OIL COMPANY Portland. Ore ' Sale 6if mm. ...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 5 October 1912

16 HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, SATURDAY. OCT. 1012.. Masonic Temple A Weekly Calendar MONDAY: TUESDAY: WEDNESDAY: Hawaiian :jrl ikcm-. THURSDAY: FRIDAY: SATURDAY: All vlsltlnc mrmhcr of the or1-r ht cordially Invited to at tend meetings of local lodges. HONOLULU LODGE, 616, II. 1. 0. K. Honolulu Lodge No. 616, JB. P. O. Elks, meets in their hall, on King St., near Fort, every Friday evening. Visiting Brothers are cordially invited to at tend. A. E. MURPHY. E. R. H. DUNS! 1 EE. Sec. Meet on the 2nd and 4th Mon days of each month at K. P. Hall. 7:30 p. tn. Members of oth- Marlne Engineers' er Associations Beneficial are cordially in- Assoclatlon vited to attend. WM. HeKIXLEY LODGE, AO. 8, K. of P. Meeta every 2nd and. 4th Satur day evening at 7:30 o'clock lo K. of P. Hall, cor. Fort and Beretani&T Visiting brother! cordially Invited to attend. A. F. GERTZ, C. C. , F. F. KILBEY, K. R. B. HONOLULU AERIE 110, F. 0. E. 1 "5 Meets on second and fourth w Wednesday evening of each . (jT mont...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 5 October 1912

HONOLULU. STAK-BULLETIX, SATURDAY, OCT. 5, 1012. A PAGE FOR WOMEN AND T Local Chat: Home and Fashion Hints: Religious and Other Activities: Things Feminine INTEREST FRICASSEED POTATOES NOW TO BEAT CHICKEN TRUST Mayor of Boston Says There V ... . Are IUU WaYS tO LOOK opuud If you are a lover of fricasseed; chickens, do not lament if the price! 01 iKuItry goes up any more. Your lavorite dish is still within your reach. Such an able examplar of the! benefits of a diet of potatoes as Mayor Fitzgerald, of Ikston, advises today that housewives can combat the high cost of living and meats and poultry BRIEF LESS0N DRESSMAKING Inexpensive Negligees That Are Pretty Bath robes, dressing sacques, break- j lovely Oriental colorings, sprinkled fast Jackets, plain and fancy kimonos. with cnerrv DjOSSOm8. wistaria and all come under the head of negligees.) . " They are all simple and easy to make, j chrysanthemums, well deserve men and if a becoming model is selected ' tioning. These materials are ...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 5 October 1912

IS Employer and Employee Do you want to gain the re- p;ct and confidence of your employer? A Saving Account with us will help you to do bo. It ia evidence of your anility to lake care of your own money, and therefore1 Letters your Chances with your employer. Bank of Hawaii, Ltd. Capital-Surplus, $1,200,000 $5 j&L '2 eX x The "Toric" lens Is ground with a deep,. Inner curve, which permits of the lens being placed. much closer to the eye, allowing a wider range of vision with no perceptible edges or annoying reflections. The "Torlo" lens is for particular people who 'want the; best and are satisfied "with noth ing less. It costs a little morej but it is worth it We fit the Toric" in eye-glass or spectacle. Factory on 'the premises. A. N. Santord, Boston Building ' - - ' Fort Street Over May Co. V " - We haye Just received a car load shipment of the well-known ' Standard Varnishes which cpmprjses a tull line for both interior and exterior ar chitectural finish. Consult us about the...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 5 October 1912

10 HHBIS' eiassim A (fa. rr1 WANTED Our customers and their friends to come and thoroughly inspect our plant and be convinced of the supe riority of our product over others. Hon. Soda Works, 34 A -N. Bere tania. Chas. E. Frasher, Mgr.; Tel. 3022. 4941-tf Any person muHically Inclined to de velop that talent by taking lessons from Ernest K. Kaal, 9 YounR Bldg.; Te!. 3687. k-5302-3m Young men to enter courses at Y. M. C. A. night school. Fall term opens October 7. Enroll today. k-5357-lw Small furnished house, in desirable nejghborhood, by couple without children. "Z43," care Star-Bulletin. Two ladies who know how to sew. Apply P. L. On Tai, 1190 Nuuanu St, nr." Beretania. 6336-lm Competent bookkeeper wants work af ternoons. Al systematizes "F. S.M, this office. 5358-lw Lady wants babies or small children to care for at her home. Pbou 4155. k-535dlw To trade Kalmukl property for a dia mond. Address P. O. Box 50. k-5355-lw Your hat to be cleaned at Roman's, Beretania St; Tel. 4026. k-5...

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