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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 5 October 1912

"ad HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, SATURDAY, OCT. 5, 1012. Oceanic Steamship Co. FOR 8AN FRANCISCO S. S. Sonoma Oct. 4 S. S. Sierra Oct. 19 S. S. Ventura Nov. 1 C. Brewer & Co., Ltd., Pacific Mail Steamers of the above company will call at llbnolulu and leave thla port on or about the dates mentioned below: . FOR THE ORIENT S. S. Persia Oct 12 S. S. Korea Oct. 18 S. S. Siberia Nov. 1 For general information apply to H. Hackfeld & Co., Steamers of the above Compmy or about the dates mentioned below: FJOR THE ORIENT 8. 8. Tenyo Maru Oct. 3 S. S. Shlnyo Maru Oct 25 S. S. Chiyo Maru. .....Nov. 21 TOYO KISEN Calls at Manila, omitting call atShanghai CASTLE & COOKE, LIMITED, Agents, .Honolulu. Matson Naviff Direct Service Between San FROM SAN FRANCISCO S. S. Honolulan...'. Oct 9 S. S. Wllhelmlna Oct. 29 s 8. S. HILONIAN sail from Seattle for Honolulu direct on or about OCTOBERS. . For further particulars, apply to -v" ' . CASTLE & COOKE, LTD., ' i . i i , i j , - - i t CANADIAN-A...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 5 October 1912

HONOLULU 'STAR-BULLETIN, SATURDAY, OCT. 3, 1912. - . - - . . 21 Real Estate Recorded Sept. 10, 1912. Kenlchl Doi to Desha &. Wlllfong. C M; one Nybery automobile, tactory No 1526, motor No 25662; $1200. B 364, p 388. Sept 9, 1912. G L Samson and wf to Oliver G Lansing, I); lot 9. Bates St tract, Ho nolulu. Oahu; $750. B 372, p 23G. July 27, 1912. W Kim Yuen to Augustus Marques, 1): 1-2 Int In ap 3a of gr 177. King Young Stfi, lionolulu, Oahu; $1. li -72. p 237. Sept 6, 1912. W A Green well and wf to John lenncx, D: pc land, 3 tslope Punch bowl, Honolulu, Oahu; $21(Mi. B 37'!. p Aug 31, 1912. Alainala (widow) to A V Gear. D; It I' 4h30, kul 0044. etc, Keaunui, Wai anae, Oahu; $75. B 372. p 253. Sept &, 1912. Western & Hawn Iuvsttut Co Ltd to M W Techudi, Bel; li 52. Gulick tract. Honolulu. Oahu; $1000. B 301. p 404. Sept 9, 1912. ifeinrich Knaack to Ane Bn.r.a ghim, D; lot 4, Waialae Heights, Ho nolulu, Oahu; $1750. B 372. p 254. Sept 10, 1912. Donald Cobs to H M von Holt...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 5 October 1912

22 HONOLULU STAB-BULLETIN, SATURDAY, OCT. 1912. of Bu JAMES OLIVER CURVOOD. . Author of The Danjcr Trair CopBrtflbt. -OH, bD toe Bobbs-Merrill Co. CHAPTER X. A Kiss and th Consequences. EL1SSE saw little of Jan dur lng tbe day. At noon, Dixon told Ler that be bad made op bis mind not to accom- 'pany Tboreao on tbe trip south. Tbe following niorniug. before she was up, Jan bad gone. Bbe was deeply burt - Never before bad be left on one of lils long trips without spending bis last moments with her Outside of ber thoughts of Jan, the days and even ings that followed were pleasant ones for ber. Tbe new agent was as Jolly as be was fat, and took an Immense J 1 king to Melisse. Young Dixon was good looking and brimming with life, and spent a great deal of bis time In ber company. For hours at a time she listened to bis stories of tbe wonder ful world across the sea. One day, a week after Jan bad gone, he told her about the women in tbe world which bad come to be a fairy land to Melisse. X...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 7 October 1912

Frm 8. P.i llonolulan, Oct. 9. For S. t'.i Siberia. Oct. 8. Frm Yancoivrrt Zealandia, Oct. 9. Per Vaoroavert Manama, Oct. 8. 3:30 4 Kvening Huiletin. Kt. 1XH2. No. 53S0. Hawaiian Star. Vol. XX., No. 6401. 12 PAGES. IIONOLrLt TEUIHTOKY OF HAWAII, M(X1A OCT. 7. 12 PAGES. PRICE FIVE CENTS 11NM ML 2: ! 1 ' Will 01 11 10 ACT IBLOODSIID M VIOLENCE M SABBATH Two Victims of Vicious. As saults in Hospital May Die PISTOL .BOTTLE AND SCISSORS AS; WEAPONS Public Boards Anxious to Havc!n Appointment of Sunerin- i Beer and Whisky Cause of Two i " Affairs Auto Adds List of Injured to tendent Settled Foreseeing a delav of mnnihi in th- V 0 - III . I I reappointment of Governor FrearJ At least two victims of a, series of iicuircrB ui me various puDnc boards vicious assaults perpetrated during are beginning to grow restive because tne quiet of a 'Honolulu Sabbath may v u.c cwruingiy long oeiay m nam- die as a result of many dangerous ing a superintendent of public works . WOunds Inflicted at the hand...

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. — 7 October 1912

HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN; MONDAY, OCT. .7, 1912. Shipping MUCH DAMAGE The Pacific Mail linei SiU-ria from Hongkong by the way of Japan port.s Is an arrival thi altenioon, tiie ve fel having sailed from Nagasaki. Kob' and Yokohama at a timo that lie coast of .Japan was visited by one or. the worst storms in Its history. At the tinre the Siberia departed for Honolulu much Ions of maritime prop City occurred at several ports through out the Empire. The Siberia brinfts nearly one thou sand tons of oriental frelgrt for dis cbarge at Honolulu. The vessel has room for one'nundred or more cabin passengers, the tn rough list of cabin passengers being a rather .small one. According to officers in thte Siberia to. typhoon swept over Japan on Sep tember 22nd, and there followed much Joss, to shipping, as weft as destruc tion of property. A torpedo boat and the destroyers ZTachibana and rubuki were sunk in law bay. Toyko was completely Isolated from Ccptember 22. The typhoon carried ticwn all the ...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 7 October 1912

HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, MOXPAY, OCT. 7. 1012. We Will Please You If yon have a certain pose or picture in mind, we will f xr-( ute it for you or- just Iave it to ti8. We produce the latest and best styles In photographic portraiture. Our line of sample photo graphs will convince you of the quality we put Into our work, Come In and look them over. pnoroccAPtiw 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 support of the voters in the coming election. 6360-tf, JAMES H. BOYD. NOTICE. s 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. 6350-tf ; : NOTICE. ' Having been regularly nominated by the Democratic. District and County Convention for the office of Senator, ...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 7 October 1912

X fx HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, lONPAY. OCT. 7. 1012. wnrnm TOW fe Mm RDjEY H. ALLEN EDITOR MONDAY. . . .otohi:i: "We iicrcr loxe iiinlhiiuj Uf lotalt o r interextx we xerre. Loialt if ix a xolemn oUliifa turn ererj man ones hix nitloif r. It not only ruincx hix own xtaiolara of manhona. hut it ele rate the rxtcrni nith which he ix rejtm1il otherx. lrmt'nall even xneeexxfnl ian has been, loyal: few, iiia'eea, who an not hire ever matle even a eonnmmjtlaee marl' in life, ana none liax ever xneet eiln in com ma nriiiuf the rexjieet of hix fellow nun." Ht'Il jl mill V. Dusli. TAFT AT HEALTH CONGRESS Dr. 1. S. . lratt, president of tin? territorial 1xnnl of health, who was sent by Hawaii to at tend,, the fiftmith animal congress of hygiene and demography, at Wa.shinton, D. C., is hav ing a notable experience. Progressive work and J(fnslatitii Tfor health has Ikvii advocated in a number of. hniKirtajit addresses. The advan tages for Hawaii from representation at this eongress will be fully ...

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

HONOLULU STAimULLETIX, MONDAY, OCT 7, 1012. w we III AL0IIM.ES, Til HOLD , DOtt FAIR IN NOVEMBER TIm r N rininlxrs o! I.i-i Aloha Chap S . arc butsy making loll clothes for the doll fair which they are to hold in the latter part of November. The dollie are to repre sent many nation, and they will be all sizes. Baby dolln, beautiful dolls, iftid all sort of dolls are beinK dreiss d for the Kale. As yt the exact date haa not been set, hut a most suitable location, the home of Mrs. Robert l-ishman, has been selected for the fair. Though the dolls fcill be the most prominent part of the entertainment, there will also be a grab has, u fish pond, as well as refreshments. The proceeds of the fair will go to wards the charity fund and will help with the other demands that are made upon the chapter. Smith Paintings on Exhibit. llonolulans are to have another op portunity of seeing the Hawaiian paintings of Mr. Duncan Smith at the Kilohana Art league this evening. The pictures have been on ex...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 7 October 1912

HONOLULU KTAIMl U LLET J N, MONDAY, OPT. 7, 1012. i .Hfoeoklii Urataey Jam fk f aciory Limited It now established m its .n"w and tommc'lioti;. fdctjry it the corner cf SOUTH and HUSTACL fvTRCHTS, and prepared to fill orders in laryc and s.nall quantities for Hot and Sweet Mango Chutney, Guava Jelly, and other Hawaiian Tropical Preserves AN INSPECTION OF OU R FACTORY IS INVITED E Williamson & Battolph Stock and Bond Brokers LOCAL AND GENERAL ! i Phone 112 - P. O. Hoi SiS S3 flKIM iUM STKKKT Honolulu Stock Exchange Mondav, o to!t r X A XA V MX SlX AU XLK XI XIX MM. MX XI XIX XIX XIX XIX XI XIX XIX XIX XIX XIX XIX XIX 111 XdbC KJl -LL1UCUL LllVC 1 HIS ..s a a a." i ., y r 3 , t Who Is Responsible? AUTO HITS WOMAN AND FRACTURES HER HIP Mrs. E. P. Murphy, wife of Special Policeman E. I). Murphy, was struck by an automobile drive n by Fred. ('. Warnicke, chauf feur for-M. A. Vtotz, at Ellis ami Market streets yesterday aft ernoon. Her hip was fractured. She lives at 551 Ninth avenue. ...

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

HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, MONDAY, OCT. 7, 1912. I) o LAURENCE REDINGTON SPORTING EDITOR THE TRUTH ABOUT SPORT IS NEVER A KNOCK 1 1 DAYS OF THE PIGSKIN ON; PUNAKOU HAS LARGE SQUAD Thirty-five Men Out and therS? UOaCneS nope lOr Win- n:ng Team Punahou's "hots of the pigskin" have turned out In forre Tills year and gie piomlse of a team as good, if not Let ter, than the teams of former years. The, boys are out every afternoon at four o'clock and working with a will, under the directions of I). Hivk er, Director of Atiiiciirs, Mr. Burdick. coach, and Mr. Wine, aisistant coach. Mr. Rkker is already famous fi 1'unabou as the coach of former teams. Some of the fellows who worked un der him are now star players on east ern college teams. Mr. Burdick and Mr. Wine, though new at Punahou, have shown their ability as organizers by the way the boys have responded to their calls for more football material. Burdick was a Kansas star before going to Yale to finish his college work. The turnout this y...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 7 October 1912

s r HONOLULU BTAK-BULLETItf, MONDAY, OCT. 7, 1012. Star-Bulletin A Red www wmm w mmwm WANTED Your hat to be cleaned at Roman's, Beretania St.; Tel. 402C. k-5-o4-3m fti.HH voters who desire rrHn in tbc Legislature who will work fearlessly in the interests of all the people, to ,vote for J. ( Cohen, the Indepen dent candidate for Senator. k-5360-lm Any person musically Inclined to de velop that talent by taking lessons from Ernest K. KaaL 69 Young Bldg.; Tel. 2687. 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 neighborhood, by couple without children. MZ43," care Star-Bulletin. Two ladies who know how to sew. Apply P. L. On Tal, 1190 Nuuanu 8L, nr. Beretania. 6336-lra Competent bookkeeper wants work af ternoons. Al systematizer. "P. S.", this office. 5358-lw LA&y wants babies or small children to care for at her home. Phoua 4155. k-5355-iw To trade Kaimuki property for a dia ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 7 October 1912

HONOLULU STAR-r.ULLETIN. MONDAY, OPT. 7. 10U. Oceanic Steamship Co. FOR 8AN FRANCISCO 8. S. Sonorna Oct. 4 E, S. Sierra Oct. 19 S. S. Ventura Nov. 1 C. Brewer & Co., Lid., To the Travelling Public Commencing with the sailing of the S. S. SIBERIA on October 8, berths in inside staterooms located on the main deck of the steam ers MANCHURIA, MONGOLIA, KOREA and SIBERIA will be charged for at the rate of $65 for the single trip and $110 for the round trip between Honolulu and San Francisco or vice versa. H. Hackf old & Co., Steamers of the above Company or about the dates mentioned below: FOR THE ORIENT 8. 8. Tenyo Maru Oct. 3 8. S. Shmyo Maru Oct 25 8. 8. Chlyo Maru Nov. 21 TOYO (SEN Calls at Manila, omitting call at Shanghai. CASTLE & COOKE, LIMITED, Agents, Honolulu QFa tson Navigation Company Direct Service Between San Francisco and Honolulu. FROM SAN FRANCISCO 8. S. Honolulan Oct 9 S. 8. Wllhelmlna. Oct 29 S. 8. HILONIAN sails from Seattle for Honolulu direct on or abou...

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Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 7 October 1912

10 HONOLULU RTAK nt'LLKTIX, MONDAY, oT. 7, 1912. Masonic Temple A . Weekly Calendar MONDAY: lliiniiimi Stated. TUESDAY: WEDNESDAY: IliiWiiUiin 3rd lc: nr. THURSDAY: Honolulu ( oinuiaiiilen No. 1, h. T. FRIDAYi SATURDAY: Li Aloha ( hatr All vlaltlns members of the order are cordially invited to at tend rm-ctinKs of local lodges. HONOLULU LODGE, CI 6, It. I. 0. E. Honolulu Lodge No 616. li. V. O. Elkr. meets in their hall, on King St., near Fort every Friday evening Visiting Brothers art cordially invited to at tend. A. K. MURPHY, E. K H. UUNSHEE, Sec. Meet on the 2nd and 4 th Mon days of each month at K. P Hall, 7:30 p. m Members of oth- Marine Enalneers' er Associations Beneficial are cordially in Association vited to attend. WM. McKlJiLEY LODGE, SO. 8, K. of r. Meets every 2nd and 4th 8tur day evening at 7:30 o'clock in K. of P. Hall. cof. Tort and Beretania. Visiting brotherr cordially Invited to attend. A. F. GERTZ, C. C. P. F. KILBEY. K. JL a. HONOLULU AERTE 140, F. 0. E. "Meets...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
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Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 7 October 1912

noxoi.ui.n STAH-nri.i.ETix. moxtuy. opt. :. 1912. Employer and Employee Do n uarit to j'Min the 't ai:l -n!i!ii'iif- of jour employer? A SiiviriK Account with us will ll"lp .'.'ill to )o ho. It is -v i'l -nee of your ability to tale car' of your own money, and therefor' betters your rl.ati'-'H with your employer. Bankof Hawaii, Ltd. Capital-Surplus, $1,200,000 The "Torlc" 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 Toric" lens is for particular people who want the best and aro satisfied with noth ing less. It costs a little more, but It is worth it. We fit the "Toric" In eye-glass or spectacle. Factory on the premise. A. N. Sanford, Boston Building Fort Street Over May & Co. We have Just received a car load shipment of the well-known Standard which comprises a full line for both interior and exterior ar chitectural finish. Consult us...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 7 October 1912

12 HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, MONDAY, OCT. 7. 1012. Mr ii alimoi Troit r Z ' 1 A liKUCAfY NKW TO HO.NOU'IX. Salmon, Halibut, Smelts THESE ARRIVED YESTERDAY AND Al:K 1'ARTH TLAK- i.V conn rtsn. Metropolitan Meat Market HEILBRON & LOUIS TELEPHONE 3445 KAUAI REPUBLICANS NOMINATE AT HARMONIOUS CONVENTION1 HUNDREDS AT DEDICATION OF JAPANESE CHURCH Governor Frear's Administratio n Indorsed School and Road Funs To Be Asked Two M ew Names on the List of Leg islative Nominees HIGH CLASS Upholstery and Drapery Work J. HOPP & CO., Ltd. THE ONLY COMPLETE CAR Electrically Self TMTl?!? CT A TTT Started and Lighted UN 1 iK MAIL MODEL 40 5 Passenger, Fore Door Touring Car. MODEL 41 4 Passenger Demi Tonneau. MODEL 42 Roadster type all with the splendid new en bloc motor, 44 in. bore, 5 in. stroke; 40 H.P. MODEL 50 7 Passenger, Fore Door Touring Car. MODEL 51 4 Passenger, Demi Tonneau. MODEL 52 Roadster type 11 with the new "T" head 5 in. bore, 6 in. stroke motor; 50 H.P GEO. W. MOORE Telephone ...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 7 October 1912

TS rffrM Pre 8. P.t Honoltilan, Oct. 9. For H. K.t Siberia, Oct R. From Yaaeoafeu Zealandla, Oct 9. For YancotTrrs Marama, Oct. 8. rKV Kvening Bulletin. Ket. No. 5. Hawaiian Star. Vol. XX.. No. 6401. 12 TAGES. IIOXOI.rLr, TEKMTOKY OF HAWAII. MONDAY. OCT. 7, IU1J. 12 PAGES. PRICE FIVE CENTS 2:3 Edition POPE ADPWEK WOULD STOP if- i ml ACT Public Boards Anxious to Have Appointment of. Superin tendent Settled Foreseeing a delay of inonths in the reappointment, of Governor Frear, memoers or me various public boards BLOODSHED AND VIOLENCE M SABBATH Two Victims of Vicious As saults in Hospital May Die PISTOL , BOTTLE AND SCISSORS AS WEAPONS Beer and Whisky Cause of Two Affairs Auto Adds to List of Injured At least two victims of a series of vlrirms flccnnltK nprnptrated during are beginning to grow restive because the quiet of a Honolulu Sabbath may of the exceedingly long delay in nam ing a superintendent of public works to succeed Marston Campbell. Efforts will be made now to get the Gov...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 7 October 1912

HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, MONDAY, OCT. 7, 1012. 4 Sherman Dodged Typhoon's Fury. The tenter of a typhoon passed to the eastward of the Inited States niiu uauBpun Diierinan as ne lay at Nagasaki, Japan, where several . thousand tons coal wereJeinK plared aboard, and at the same t i m repairs Were made to boilers and machinery In the troop hip. A storm that created great hao rlth shipping at several northern potts, missed the trariKKrt inuh to the joy of the staff of o. . rs. Philippine srout oflierh are travel lng.to the mainland in goodly ncni be"s. Sailing from Manila on Sept. ,16th the trannjMirt railed at Nacasaki, there remained several days. Thenp across the Paciiir Is naid to have been . a very pleasant one, j-mooth teas ano favorable winds being the rule most of the long voyage. A The Sherman was berther at Alakea 9lsV f 9f rrinrf 1 iflnr- t -r ' r t t' lr vocUr. day afternoon and is scheduled to de prrt for San. Fraiu isco at four" o'clock tills afternoon. beveral hours before...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 7 October 1912

V 8 POLITICAL NEWS AND NOTES lmanding that Solomon Manelona j particularized the candidacy of each should n-sitn immediately from the i and everv regular nomine- of the nar- REGISTER tals ense I s'(T-tar fdi ip of the ninth pr-c:ncf or fifth district, an angry and dissatisfied crowd of politicians of that precinct assembled behind closed doors of the Republican headquarters last Satur dri afternoon. Mahelona. unaware of the .etioi cf the crov.d. was confout- i ular ed with a resolution, d'-mandin: his inii!i die resignation from the sec ret, ir ship of ihe preejnct. r.n. ccm- nn it lunw I'll i i vim UU II 1111 IT We Will Please You If you ha vp a certain pose or picture in mind, we will execute it for you or just leave it to us. W produce the latest iftid best styles in photographic portraiture. Our line of sample photo Graphs will convince you of the" quality we put into our work. Come In and look them over. trary to their expectation. .Maii!ona refused absoliiu v to jield to their...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 7 October 1912

LEHERS ON TIMELY TOPICS RILEY H. ALLEN EDITOR .MONDAY OCTOHICi: 7. UV2 "W'r nt rt r atuthiiit hi lajjnlfif It, tc inft'ffsfx iff srri'f. Ijtiitilti is a xithiini tthliifti timi titrji nitin tnrtx his tin loi r. 1 1 not tmhf mists his turn sttiiultml t,f unnihond , but it t ft -rut is tin- rxtct'ui nith irhirh hr is rttjartfitt Juj iithtrs. I'nift it tilli trrri sin t t ssful ; inn has bt'f'ii Itnjttl ; nr. intlttif, nht tut not h.irr rrrr mailr f it'll ti t imuiitm filnt'f iitnrl; in liff.tintl nmir Jins i i t r stitftttlttl in t imi iinuiiliiii tJir rcxjif f t nf his ffllftirnit n." HnijiUTiili I Bnsli. TAFT AT HEALTH CONGRESS Dr. 1. R Pratt, prsilnt of tin territorial 1m:ii1 of hciiltli, who was son t by Hawaii to at tiMul tin fifteenth annual conres of hygiene and demography, at Washington, D. C, is hav ing a notable experience. Progressive work and ! ris!al i(,n for hesilth has lvn advocate in a miuibM- of imiortant a4hln4sses. The ndvan fagi's for Hawaii from representation at ...

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

HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, MONDAY, OCT. 7, 1012. iMf im tun mum m i mum -rMfcn n a hm M ( W THE LEI ALOHA, 0. E. S., TO HOLD DOLL Tbr iiHiiilMih of Aloha Chap ter No O 11. S. ;irt' bupy making doll clothes for l he -tloll fair which they art- to hold In the latter part of November. Tin; dollies ar- to repre hnt many iat kiih. and they will le HI sizes. Baby dolls, beautiful dolls, and all horts of dolls are beiiiK d rega rd for the Kale. Ah yef the exact date ha not been mi. but a most suitable location, the home if Mrs. Robert Lishman, has been nelecied for the fair. Though the dolls will be the most prominent part of the entertainment, there will also be a grab bag, a rlsh pond, as well as refreshments. The proceeds of the fair will go to wards the charity fund and will help with the other demands that are made upon the chapter. Smith Paintings on Exhibit. Honolalans are to have another op portunity of seeing the Hawaiian paintings of Mr. Duncan Smith at the Kllohana An league this e...

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