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

G HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, MONDAY, OCT. 7, 1012. -rfi ism Si Honolulu Jam & Chutney Factory (Limited) It now estabfifched in its .iev and commodious factory at the corner of SOUTH and HUSTACE STREETS, and prepared to fill orders in large and small quantities for Hot and Sweet Mango Chutney, Guava Jelly, and other Hawaiian Tropical Preserves AN INSPECTION OF OU R FACTORY IS INVITED II Sue id iiS iux x xu Six Xii x juk xi xu x ma xia juk xut mmxumxmxxumxmS In Case Of An Accident Like This g 3 s 3 3 3 E3 rs Who Is Responsible? AUTO HITS WOMAN AND FRACTURES HER HIP '"" """ Mrs. K. 1). Murphy, wife of Special Policeman E. D. Murphy, was struck by an automobile driven by Fred. C. Warnicke, chauf feur for M. A. (letz, at El lis and Market .streets yesterday aft ernoon. Her hip was fractured. She lives at 559 Ninth avenue. She was treated -at the central emergency hospital. THIS MEANS A FINANCIAL LOSS TO SOMEONE SEE THE INSURANCE MANAGER- HAWAIIAN TRUST CO., Ltd. 923 Port Street V ... 25...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 7 October 1912

HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, MONDAY, OCT. 7, 1912. ' ' LAURENCE REDINGTON SPORTING EDITOR THE TRUTH ABOUT SPORT IS NEVER A KNOCK 1 1 DAYS OF THE PUNAHOU HAS LARGE SQUAD Thirtv.fiun Man Hut onrl Coaches Hope for Win ning Team . Punah ou'b "sons of the pigskin" have turned out In force this year and gie promise of a team as good, if not bet 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 D. 2t Kick , er. Director of Athletes, Mr. Burdick, . coach, and Mr. Wine, aisistant coach. Mr. Rlcker Is already famous if. Punahou as the coach of former teams. Some of the fellows who worked un der him are now star pliyers on east ern college teams. Mr. Durdlck 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 Yaie le finish his college work. ' The turnout this year I...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 7 October 1912

J HONOLULU BTSR-BULLETIK, MONDAY, OCT. 7, 1012 mvSiMimWm: 1 l II f!l Classified . i : ' "7 I " "ii FOR SALE I FOR RENT . ! FURNISHED ROOMS I , -sv rv r-v .v v x& v I I . i . . www wwww w wwww i ' i WANTED Your hat to be cleaned at Roman's, Beretania St.; Tel. 4026. k-53;i4-2m t.uoo voters who dfKire men in the legislature who will work fearlessly in the interests of all the people, to vote tor 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. Kaai, 69 Young Bldg.; TeL 3687. k-5302-3m Young men to enter courses at Y. M. C. A. night school. Fall term opeus October 7. Enroll today. k-5257-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 St, nr. Beretania. 633 &-Ira Competent bookkeeper wants work af ternoons. Al systematizes "F. S."f this office. 5358-lw .L...

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

HONOLULU' STAR-BULLETIN, -MONDAY, OCT. 7, 11)12. 1 A Oceanic Steamship Co. FOR SAN FRANCISCO S. 8. Sonoma Oct. 4 8. 8. Sierra Oct. 19 8. 8. Ventura Nov. t C. Brewer & Co., Ltd., 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. Hackfeld & Co., . TOYO IOSEN KAISHA Steamers of the above Company or about the dates mentioned below: FOR THE ORIENT 8. 8. Teny Maru.. Oct. 3 8. 8. Shinyo Maru Oct 25 8. 8. Chlyo Maru Nov. 21 Calls at Manila, omitting call at Shanghai CASTLE & COOKE, LIMITED, Agents, Honolulu. Rffatson Navigation Company Direct Service Between San Francisco and Honolulu. FROM SAN FRANCISCO 8. 8. Honolulan... Oct 9 8. 8. Wllhelmlna.. Oct. 29 . 8. 8. HILONIAN tails from Seattle for Ho...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 7 October 1912

10 HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, MONDAY, OCT. 7, 10 -1 ... nd . 7 1..? . II i i I C -- . . . . r - f IV U J ' v. v.- i."v! Masonic Temple A Weekly Calendar MONDAY: llilttiilfcili -Stalrd. TUESDAY: WEDNESDAY: Ilawniiaii - .tr drem-. THURSDAY: Honolulu ( iiiimaii2T) . 1, K. T. FRIDAY: SATURDAY: Li i Aloba I h;iplr All visiting members of the ord-r are cordially Invited to at tend meetings of local lodges. HONOLULU LODGE, 616, B. P. 0. E. Honolulu Lodge No. 616, B. P. O. Elks. meets in their ball, on King St., near Fort, every Friday evening. Visiting Brothers are cordially invited to at tend. A. E. MURPHY. E. It. H. DUNSHEE, Sec Meet on the 2nd and 4 th Mon days of each month at K. P. Hall, 7:30 p. in. I Members of oth- Marine Enalneers' er Associations Beneficial are cordially in- Assoclation vited to attend. WK, XeKlNLEY LODGE, NO. 8, . K. of P. fta inn 9nA mnA Attt flfn. 'VjVA mvwm vtva atm ym uatiu- i ''HI &T venln at 7:39 o'clock is j K. pf P. Hall, cor. Fort and BeretanU. Visiting...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 7 October 1912

" HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, MONDAY. OCT. 7,1912. Employer and Employee Do you want to pain the re Fpet and c nfi-!'TiCe of your mployer? A Savings AcrouM with us will help J Oil to do HJ. It to evidence of your ability to take car of your own money, and therefor betters your chances with your employer. Bank of Hawaii, Ltd. Capital-Surplus, $1,200,000 3& 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 ajinoylng reflections. The "Toric" lens is for particular people who want the -best and ere satisfied with noth ing less. It costs a little more, but It is worth it We fit the "Toric" in eye-glass or spectacle. f Factory on-the premises. i4.' K Sanford, Boston Building Fort Street Over May & Co., We have Just, received a. car load shipment of the well-known which comprises a' full line for both interior and exterior ar chitectural finish. Consult us abo...

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

12 HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, MONDAY, OPT. 7. 1012. 1 Sal. mi ironi i A DELICACY SEW TO HONOLULU. Salmon, Halibut, Smelts - j THKSK ARRIVED "YESTERDAY LY GOOD FISH. AND ARE PARTICULAR- Metropolitan Meat Market HEILBRON & LOUIS TELEPHONE 3445 KAUAI REPUBLICANS HATE AT HARMONIOUS CONVENTION HIGH CLASS Upholstery and Drapery Work J. HOPP & CO., Ltd. HE ONLY COMPLETE CAR Electrically Self TMHPI?!? CT1 AT1!? Started and Lighted UN 1 ErflV O J Jti Cj !ODEL 40 5 Passenger, Fore Door Tourinf Car. TODEL 414 Passenger Demi Tonneau. 10DEL 42 Roadster type all with the splendid new . en bloc motor, 4J4 in. bore, 5 in. stroke; 40 H.P. ODEL 50 7 Passenger, Fore Door Touring Car. :ODEL 51 4 Passenger, Demi Tonneau. IODEL 52 Roadster type all with the new T" head 5 in. bofe, 6 in. stroke motor; 50 H.P.... GEO. W. MOORE :!:phone 1902. Demonstrator and : Selling Agent HUNDREDS AT DEDICATION OF JAPANESE CHURCH i Fiiily five hundred iojI attended, the dedication of the new Japanese; ji nnsuan chur...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 8 October 1912

Trn 8. F.i HoDoluUn, Oct 'J. rr 8. K.i Wllhelmina, Oct. 3. From Yanfoiitrs Zealandia, Oct 9. For TaareiTtrs Marama, Oct. 8. Evening Bulletin. Et. 1882, No. 5361. Hawaiian Ktar, 'Vol. XX.. No. 6402. 14 P.AGKS HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, TUESDAY, OCT. 8, 1912. 14 PAGES. PRICE FIVE CENTO A S7 rrC? yj ttTt ; I II II I I I row BIG II ESTATE If UPHELD 0,' APPEAL Dole's Decision of 1 910 Is Valid VDhnlAlne a noted decision by Fed eral Judge Dole. . made on:. September 1, 1910. the Ninth circuit court of ap- peals. San Francisco, baa reaffirmed Judge Dole'a ruling in one of the moet famous cases in the annals of Hawaiian jurisprudence the II estate case.- . . 1 Involving primarily only the dispo sition 01 910.009 rrom the condemna tion of lands at Pearl Harbor naval station, the. case really relates rights or an estate now estimated at over a million dollars and which In 4910. for the purposes of the suit, was valued at $500,000. . .- i ; v -, : Ths United States of America vs. John If E...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 8 October 1912

a .IIDNOLULU STAR BDLLETIN,-TJESDAY, OCT. S, 1012. mi pea mi CAPTAIN MORItlSB Y IN A1ARAMA VILL SOON f Alffi COHMAWD OF NIAGARA Captain Harry Morrisby, master of the Canadian-Australian liner Ma- j-anWwhlchr arrived from Sydney, via Auckland and Suva, at noon today, wjll toon past over the command of this vessel to Captain J. D. S. Phil lips, aa Captain Morrisby is elated for tbe highest once in tbe fine new and . . palatial liner Niagara. HbUb Is also due here by Thursday . inornUig from British Columbian ports. Is rated as a Sydney harbor Dllot as . wen as navigator. ' It would seem that Captain Phillips was born to be a sailor, for he was born on the old John Duthie In Sydney ,-Jiarbor. "Ills father was skipper of the Aberdeen White Star liner John Du thie, and Captain Phfllips gained his naj&e from this fact. iHls full name is JohA Duthie Sydney Phillips. It if ob vious why he was called Sydney. Cap- .? tain PhlUJps went to sea on the train ihg ship Port Jackson, which, by t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 8 October 1912

HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, TUESDAY, OCT. 8, 1912. AW 1 . 1 .W?" vi mm POLITICAL NEWS AND NOTES At a ming of precincf club pres Json. Kaniho, A. J. Wins. W. P. Jar -pint at Democratic headquarters rett. Lester Petrie, W. H. MeClellan tiat night arrangements were madc:C. P. Iaukea, Joseph LIgbtfoot, 11. N. for the big mass meeting at Aala Kahaleputia, J. L. Coke. John Mark Pnrk tomorrow night, which will con-' ham. M. ( Pacheco. J. J. Fern. jftitute thv owning gun of the am-J j naiyn. Thre will be music by a "There was no meeting of the Re ,Qinteue Club, but the band w ill not j publican club of the ninth precinct of ; l-e oresent owing to tl.t fact that itsithe Fifth District last night, as the , m1 j members are on their annual vaca . lion. The meeting I called for the pur- morning paper says," Edward Moreno, a member of the executive commit tee of the club, stated this forenoon. pose of introducing the Iemooratic! "It is true that a petition was signed THE business man who will spare ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 8 October 1912

LETTERS ON TIMELY TOPICS m mm RILEY H. ALLEN EDITOR r ! TUESDAY OCTOHKR S, 1012 much from costlv xtNTieii but what it has t?2. - zrr-r: learned has Imvii worth th investment to itsHf THE FILIPINO'S AMUSEMENT : Kclf'tnixt ix tin- cxxriuc of luro'itm. V.uwr- ami of great value to its nei;hlM)rs. No oiu SOIL inunify should rush headlong into trw-plantin. " In these lavs then is available sufficient knowl edge to guide all such work skilfully, economi cally ami effectively, because of the rrc;tfer I knowledge now prevailing with ngard to the Answering the (,uestion often aked in Ha- trm snitablp to the pHar conditions in com f waii,--loe the Filipino not wish to bring to his munj(H tho work is , ex)0ri mental, less plantation lalK,r the great sport of the cockpits? rjskv Jn1 )f WMIW H)PriIMmlillJ!,v ,(.,s rosth is an investigation carried on in 11.(3 IMuhp- jlan it MSW, (o ,H. ,D fM hm a mww of I pint's by a newspaier which wished to ascertain tmvn m, vHy ,ailtification tliat is witllin...

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

HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, TUESDAY, OCT. S, 1012 m WE WOMAN'S WORLD r r ,- , nioiinmroTU w Good Taste Shown In Matter of Perfum T'-c ipirst ion : "io women jis ia':' a shower 1,2th in perfume or h.'In in ii. Hothis ari l all," was a-k'i . a jirofi In r.i Honolulu b nine' s .i.ni the fili-r 'x:y. Probably ! i" i.m the iiiy rran who ha i!"rn?hr. if not asked, the very samp tjiinf;. Per hap" women do not always realize just how much scent they apply to their persons and in that way overdo it. Toilet water and perfume ar important arfides in on' toilet .se: and no pains shoul 1 be sparer! in th.--selection of them. It is wise to se len one Keent and use that in toilet water, perfume, soap and sachet as well as powder year in and year out. In novels where the doings of the so ciety folk of a century past arechroii- icled it is often stated that the hero was oliU tr. reeoe-nfre the heroine at st mnsV-wl hnll tieranee r.f th tierfimie on her handkerchief and in t-e same war in the dime novel ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 8 October 1912

HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, TUESDAY. OCT. S, 1012. ( if : r v. ' . i : . For sd Everywhere. ix nx 11 1111 mm. Limited) fs now established In ItY new and commodious factory at the corner of SOUTH and HUSTACE STREETS, and prepared to : . -.I,-'', f . - fUl crdir$ In largo and small quantities for Hot an3$weet Guava: Je AN INSPECTION OF OU Hawaiian In Case Of AnAcddent'EiRefrhis1 k rrs Whrt Is Re t . : ; r . AUTO HltSxi'O MAN 1 ri llrt.iti ri'Mnrphj-i'Vifr ot Special Potlcematt ELD. Murpliy. vras struck by an atitomobUo at-iveu by Fred. Warnlcke, chaut feur Tor M. Al Get, at Ellis tind Market -streets yesterday aft ernoon, -Her fcip waa" fractured. She lives? at 559 Ninth avenue. She was treated at the central emergency.; hospitat ' THIS MEAN8 A- FINANCIAL LOSS TO SOMEONE n 1.3 a D a. SEE THE 923 "7 r " A HAWAIIAN '4 --- v n NOW LOGGED MdREM i FOR BUSINESS . ? ;K i if 'l I i 1 1 jSlAGOoWBUILOINQ ! ' i'.'t Sharp i.1 Phone TOM SHARP, SCHOOL. We have everything for the schoolboy. Bring; him- ...

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

HONOLULU 6TAU-BULLETIN, TUESDAY, OCT. 8; 1012. POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS. NOTICE. Having been regularly nominated by the Republican District and Comity Convention for the office, of Repre sentative, Fourth District, ! respect fully solicit the support of the voters In tbe coning election. KtfO-tf JAMES !!. BOYD. NOTICE. NIGHT SCHOOL OF V1C.A. OPENS 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. 6250-tf NEW FIRE ALARM SYSTEM HERE; CONTRACT VITK TELEPHORIE CO, 120 Students Enrolled and It Articles of Incorporation Filed '.S?.01,""? AJfw r...:.ujn a iir:u i 11 ,J . lv,KJnoi"w" '' and no busines of any oiber character CV - LOCai bUSineSS is transmitted over these private line. Men Is Expected Number Will Reach 300 The V. M. C. A. night school open- Article incorporating, the Deuio NOTICE. Having been regularly no...

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

TTONOMTLn STAR BULLETIN, TUESDAY, OCT. 8, 1012. L. . , J- , . J Grani! Clearance .a Sale In order to make room for new goods. Everything must be sold below cost price. GREAT FLOATING CRANE M BEING BUILT FOR PEARL HARBOR TO BE LARGEST IN WORLD For Two Weeks Only, Beginning October 1st Nuuahu Street, near Hotel 9 D BLUE COD MULLET, RED SNAPPER THIS WEEK M straliaii Great. Delicacies Sutter Metropolitan Meat Market MEILBHON & LOUI3 TELEPHONE 344ft Give; Your Grocer An Order Today for : A Package of s ,- Better Than Butter For Cooking GKACKMS Love's Bakery .Seep Cool ! It takti mor than th suggestion to ketp cool theto days." II really (tn bo don only with an 'i Electric Fan 4ut attach it to tha chandelier in place of a lamp. It ueea current than a 16-cand!epower lamp. Wa have them complete from $10.0.0 up The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd. LAUNDRY MESSENGER BOY PARCEL DELIVERY PHONE 18t1 Wa know everybody and understand tha business. T x J: i ' CHOP F15 J ',.iJl.-..Illl:ini! I . ' f I...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 8 October 1912

HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, TUESDAY, OCT. 8, 1012. THE TRUTH ABOUT SPORT IS NEVER A KNOCK LAURENCE REDINGTON SPORTING EDITOR UGH SCHOOL Twenty-five Candidates Have Turned Out at McKinley and Coaches Find Good Material The McKinley High School boys are showing spirit and pluck this year, which reflect a great deal of credit on them. In previous years they have i relinquished the first place in football to their rival Punahou, but only after, . a. determined struggle. This year. j however, the boys are going into the J game to win, and are ably assisted by P. N. Folsom, director of athletics; A. L. Hall and P. M. Friesell, coaches. Mr. Folsom deserves a good deal nf rrorilt tnr the intercut h has shown in the team. He does not claim toj . be a professional coach, but each year J W A a. I . L. At I .....l ' ue (urns uui wuu me wjb n.uu gnco his afternoons to them, and they in turn, do their best for him. Mr. Hall Is a graduate of the Uni versity of Illinois and was a star quarterback on th...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 8 October 1912

i HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, TUESDAY. OCT. S, 1012. ! i ; : " i ' , . I ffllXiNXia) (rOXiaXlNXaD) (fAl) (I VfXflJXftt II) l1 acres (fenced), dwelling house. lrSH upp.r front room : also a WANTED Your hat to ! cleaned at Roman's, Beretania St.; Tel. 40L'tj. k-.r;i.!i4-m .6000 voters who desire rrifii in the Legislature who will work fearlessly in the interests jof all the people, to vote for J. C Cohen, the indepen dent . candidate for Senator. k-52GO-lm Any person musically inclined to de velop that talent by taking lessons from Ernest K. Kaai, 69 Young Bid.; Tel. 3687. k-5302-3m Young men who wish to better them selves by taking a course in the Y. M. d. A. night school. Fall term opens tonight 5360-2t Young mn to enter courses at Y. M. C. A. night school. Fall term opens October 7. Knroll 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 St., nr. Beret...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 8 October 1912

HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, TUESDAY, OCT. S, 1012. 11 i v ft . V, 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 rail at Honolulu and leave thta port on or alout the dates mentioned below: FOR THE ORIENT 8. S. Persia Oct 12 8. S. Korea Oct. 18 S. S. Siberia ...Nov. 1 For general information apply to H. Hackf eld & Co., T0Y0 I0SEBI KAISHA 8t earners of the above Compiny or about the dates mentioned below: FOR THE ORIENT 8. 8. Tenye Maru Oct 3 8. 8. Shlnyo Maru....... Oct 25 8. S. Chiyo Maru...... Nov. 21 Calls at Manila, omitting call at. CASTLE & COOKE, LIMITED, Agents, Honolulu. Mafeon Navigation Company Direct Service Between San Francisco and Honolulu. FROM SAN FRANCISCO 8. S. honolulan.. Oct 9 8. 8. Wilhelmina Oct 29 S. 3. HILONIAN sails from Seattle for Honolulu direct on or about OCTOBERS.. ; -. ... , - .w.-.Tr,.; ; v For further particulars, ap...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 8 October 1912

12 HONOLULU STAR BULLETIN, TPESDA Y, OCT V, J 012. 1 1 r ixr --r : I f Bl. a Masonic Temple A Weekly Calendar MONDAY: Hawaii;!!! TUESDAY: Stated. WEDNESDAY: Hawaiian 3rd dcjr r c. THURSDAY: Honolulu ( un ina inl n K. 1., p. in. FRIDAY: SATURDAY: l.il Alolia Chapter V. I, All vIMtlng member of the ord-r are cordially Invited to at tend meetings of local lodges. HONOLULU LODGE, 61C, It. 1'. 0. E. Honolulu Ixnlge No. 616, B. V. 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. K H. DUNSHEE, Sec. Meet on the 2nd and 4th Mon days of each month a K. P. Hall, 7:30 p. m Members of oth Marine Engineer' Beneficial Association er Associations are cordially in vited to attend. WJf. McKIKLEY LODGE, AO. 8, K. of P. Meets every 2nd and 4th Satur day evening at 7:30 o'elock to K. of P. Hall! cor. Fort and Beretanla. Visltine brother cordially Invited to attend. A. F. GERT2, C. C. F. F; K1LBEV, K. R. K noj...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 8 October 1912

' HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, TTESDAY. OCT. S. l!li Employer and Employee Do you want to gain th re spw't and confidence of your em j) I oyer? A Savings Account w ith us a : II h-lp ou to do ho. 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 Eyes Examined, Glasses Supplied Factory on the Premises A. N. Santord, Boston Building ' Fort Street Over May & Co. $1000 40 Cow Feed Plant 25 - thousand gal. Pump 100-ton Ensilage Silo No. 16 Bailey Feed Cutter 30-f t. Feed Elevator 4-6 Gasoline Engine 100 - gal. Water Heater Milk will soon be 12 !-2c GEO. H. PARIS SIDELIGHTS ON THE CAMPAIGN AS SEEN FROM SAN FRANCISCO bY AUTHORITY. LEGAL NOTICE, BY MJTh I I The varnish of highest quality. Made for finest work in resi dences, office buildings, hotels and all structures where quality counts. SATINETTE The" perfection of SOLD BY- Levers & Coolie 177 8. KING 8T. 150 Towels F ...

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