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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 12 July 1912

HONOLULU STAIMUILLE' IN, FRIDAY, JULY 12, 1012. i t V t i - .- v ShlppS IW TRANS PACIFIC CAPTAIN HANSEN is: WINNER i 'Has the Nakomal arrived?' This was the eager inquiry put' to Federal quarantine and Customs ofD cers by Captain F. Hansen, master of the trim schooner -William : II. Smith, upon that vessel being boarded this morning. Capta-in Hansen was much , relieved and likewise delighied to learn that the lumber laden schooner ,ft"i jiui siioweu up cm me port of Honolulu. The Smith and Nakomla entered in- - - to a trans-Pacific race, both wind- Jammers, received, like 'shipments' . of lumber at Tacoma, . Wash. The two schooners were towed to sea at the fame time, and . set sail for the Ha- waiian islands on June. 24th. An understanding has been entered Into by the skippers of the rival ves- sels that the one to first reach Hono- lulu would be the guest to, a swell din- npr with fiP QttPtwt.'.T,-t trimmiT,rrs Much interest centered on the race, from raast Rhlmiinir.elrfles . ; Th...

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. — 12 July 1912

nOXOLFLU STAR BULLEIIX, FHIDAT, J W 12, 1912. A Wedding Present Worth Giving 1 OILf NO OF STREETS IN THE k ' : : : : : HOTEL SUM? B IJSINESS SECTION 0 r - i SAN FRANCISCO Geary Street, above Union Square European Plan $1.50 a day up American Plan $3.00 a day up -New steel and brick structure. Every comfort and convenience. A high cjass' hotel at very moderate rates. In the center of theatre and retail district. On car lines trans ferring to all parts of city. Electric omnibus meets all trains and steamers. Hotel Siewart recognized as Hawaiian Island Headquarters. Cable Address "Trawets'ABC code. J JI. Love.IIonoIulu representative. Vigorous Campaign to Be Pursued New Auto Garbaqe irucK promised uoara 'Mwaiis uecision ot the Rapid Transit Company Regarding Pavement. Kitchen Cabinet, : Completely Outfitted SCfl OUR. WINDOW FOR A CIG .(DISPLAY OF KITCHEN FURNITURE Hotel Potter, . .. -i. ; . . . ". j " k ... . .',. Santa Barbara 1 I ft SAIJ FRAIICISCO " rert Reinforced Concrete Building...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 12 July 1912

H0X0TXLT7 STAIMinXET IX, PTJiaVT,;.TnLT12, 10t2. In uhlCi ,Ic8omb,ned HAWAIIAN STAR, estab- mueu "a me KVEM.NG BULLETIN; establisb- ed 1882. MEMBER ASSOCIATED PRESS. RILEY ALT EX.. Editor WALLACE K. FAHKINOTON. v , ; . .... 'Busings Manafrer MAIN nrwt rr!Q " ' 5 ' . " ? .......... .l 'Teloplfoies 2185 1059 AMKEA STREET BRANCH OFFICE ?E . MERCHANT STREET - " I J V : AJv SCBSCRIPTIOX RATESt , ! V Per Month, mtfwhere lnTJnltf.,StaA . ...,.. .7S x-er viuaner, anywhere "In United Stages ......... 2.00 Per Year, anywhere In United States ....... .. 8.00 rer year, postpaid, foreign . 12.00 - SEMI-WEEKLY STAR-BUIETIN Per Six Months 100 Per Year, anywhere In United 8tates !....!!:!!!. 2.00 Per Year, anywhere In Canada .1 .. ......... 3.00 Per Year; postpaid, foreifn ... ...... .......4... 4.00 FRIDAY ....JULY 12, 1912 Never to. tire, never to grmr ehld to be pa tient, xynipatheticj tender; to look for the bud ding flower -and Ithe opcninpieartyitohopc ah iragn; Ulc (ioduUwe ahrayxth'ts ia du...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 12 July 1912

HONOLULU BTATSSCU,tf ' rNnlHAYJTTLY 12, 101 2. n AMUSEMENTS. AMUSEMENTS. r AMUSEMENTS Opera House 1J0U THEATER - i -i r I . 3. I-- I ? v- I I rrrJf rr rr tt -nnffnn-n n ffo l Tt n IT Tr n I , - m i nr mmm'&' WMiLw i Hawaiian OUTRIGGER CLUB 1KW0VATI0N TO rnn i ii ro n n-oiOTrno ni mm ; i run wtVEO aiyu .-oiaiE.no fLHimu- i SYSTEMATIZE II A most Worthy step and one Which Every year of late In conventions of enouiu prove -Kaoiactory 10 an con- uancing masters 11 is lamenieu uiav coined, Isjfhe on which the Outrlg- the .elder forms of dignified and de- ; . . ..' . -. " "T? rtr club il contemplating in the mat- corous dances are passing out and K A. w J a. a. a a J Vr :tr of caring for the wives and slaters new forms of terpslchorean extra- jyrs. A. C. Jordan IS Sending ci members who a.iiot jfar enough vaganeei, with outlandish posturing n. . a- i AuAr in -V - - ; . , ; I ? il. the lis of aphcunts' for 'member- anti treajoieck calisthenics, are tak- UUl UrCUiar LeiiefS'lO j . .V T ,...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 12 July 1912

0 nOXOLULTT STAR-BULLE' IX, FRIDAY. JULY 12, 1012. 1 ?1 1 . Watches Cheap For Cash Wm. Prucha, THe Expert Watchmaker 1123 FORT STREET 1 has thr best Home-Made Bread, man Prelsels and Cof!ce Cake. lt turr and ting up 2124 I !29 Fort Strhht GUNXHER'S Celebrated Chicago CANDIES PALM CAFE, Hotel Street, Near Fort u n QUOD 1 f 1 i t r The. "AUTO" LAST Patent - - - Mclnepny Vienna Bakery 1 s Union-Pacific Transfer Co Limited . si .ojnjmjnj jnoA uoijm jnq iiBBdc sr pB s;m I MORE "(Tfl 7 F Circle BRO. BENJAMIN Compound Herbalo Clni"H Witt Bladder toed! ( & . ... Lr. t R wj Punt f "YJtj'a '. TROC HASH -' Cures InJi eestftn.Dyspei!, Sour Stom ach. U-:f ft Appetite. Heart Hi:.trinjr, Cjs ni WmJ on Stomach. BToatti FmI In. Pains In Stomach aiter Eaunu. SUk KeViachf. Dizzmes. Coa'ei Torque. B.tliusne. L ix1rte. Dtnrise Fever, Chills an J Vivtr, Mj'trta. Breakbone. Fever. Trrei Feel!nsJaun.Jice.Balcache . Diabetes. GraveJ.Incipientfcrlfftit s CIs tase. BUJa.-r Trouble. Enuresis. Rheo matUm .1...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 12 July 1912

HONOLULU- STAR Dlf JLETIN, FRIDAY, . I (JLY 12, 1 912. 4 n mmm 1 v.i iijr. i FOR RENT FURNISHED House on Green St., Two Bedrooms, $45 per month Houseon Kewalo St., Three Bedrooms . $75 per month. Bishop Trust Go., Ltd. 624 BETHEL 8TREET REAL ESTATE INVESTMENTS C. 0. Ounha 78 Mercha 8L J. HOIMBERG ARCHITECT. Eitlmatei Furnished on Buildings 1 " Ratci Reasonable. 160 Hotel St. Oregon Bid. Tel. S6 James L. Holt Offers tome fine lots near tb cs line at Palarp. at a bargain, alto tn balmr tearbeach home of the late A4 mlral Beck ley at Aqua Marine. Iraitat ion' typewriter work, . .; JGE0V S. IKEDA , K 1264 Fort S,tv, I; u- Tel. 1140. v ii E. G. Duisenben STOCKS 1 V rj! REAL ESTATE 1 LOANS NEGOTIATED AND HEAL ESTATE OLIV E R G. L N S I N Q 80 Merchant Street BARGAIN 8 1 BARGAINS! We deal listed and Xinltsted secu rities of all kinds. Hidalgo, La Zaca ribber;. Purlsslma' Ht!ls Oil stock; Mascot Copper. W. E. LOGAN & CO. Room 17 Bacon Block, Oakland, Cal. All kind$w Wrapping Papers and ...

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

HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN FRIDAY JUI 12; 191 8 Hang Week's Wash in a Few Minutes on a C3GDn QMk Clean Compact AVhy continue to fuss with on sightly, ungainly clothes lines and poles when you can ret this neaf, compact, convenient lull Dryer. Instead of being spread all ovcrthe yard and supported by numerous poles, every inch of very line on the Hill Dryer is within easy reach so yon can hang the whole wash with out moving a step, without having to drag the heavy basket up and down the yard through snow or J damp crass. NEW - TODAY NOTICE OF INTENTION TO FORE CLOSE AND OF SALE. Y. HI. C. A BOYS TO ROUGH IT Let us put one up in your yard ready Capacious Convenient Set up a 1 fill Dryer in a convenient how man v steps, how much time, work and 1 ixnacr n v - - one could evercoax you back to the old fashioned clothesline method. llill Dryers are made in several sizesand stylesfor!awn,balcony and roof. Hold 100 to 150 feet of line revolve so line comes to you taken . apart, folded up and put...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 12 July 1912

nOXOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, FRIDAY, JULY 12, 1912.. m News and Comment Written by Experts Page Edited,- By L. - REDING T.O N 0 m STAIR v J v.- f . ft' r-7, THE MOTOR GYMKHANA PRO posed by liuit of auto nthuHlattf at: an attraction for r.oine Saturday after noon at KapSolani l'ark. carries the hall mailt. of yo(d sjMjrt ;ml xj:s success in advance. It will updoubtedly be boost for organized motoring, besides providing a real test of skillful driv A motor gymkhana,! along'the same WUTul Mt.H as the common,: 'or gar den, variety of the llaxt Indian orting event, only instead ot going through iiicir yuniti on the Park or a pony, tasoline provides the motive power for the contestants. A "slow" race, tilting at a net of ring!, fetopping every fur long to piek up a potato,' driving through obstacles, thread and needle race, and all the other amusing feats will be oh the program. - In addition there will be a ten-mile ace, wrth the danger element elimi nated a'far'as possible by starting the j....

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 12 July 1912

10 HONOLULU STAR BULLE1IX, FRIDAY, JULY 12, 1912. r $ ii Stea.mshlp FOR SAN FRANCISCO - C 8. Sierra...... .....July 27 8. 8. Sonoma.... .....August 9 8. 8. Sierra... .....August 24 8. 8. Sonoma.... .'...September 6 C Brewer & Co., Ltd., Pacific Mail Bteamert of the above company will call at Honolulu ana leave this fori on or about the'datts mentioned below: . ; - FOB THE ORIENT. fOtt RAN FKANCISCO. ' 8. 8.' Persia. ......July27 S. S. Siberia... ..........July23 8. 8 Korea. ......... ... ... August 1 S. S. China.......... .... .July 30 8. 8. Siberia. ............ ..August 16 S. S. Manchuria.. ........ .August 7 For general Information apply to EL Hackfeld & Co., Ltd., agents TOYO KISEN KAISHA Steamers or the above Company will call at and leave Honolulu on or about the dates mentioned below: "" '.j--V:' :: 'f: FOB THE ORIENT FOB SAN FRANCISCO. 8. 8.' Nippon Maru ......July 12 S. 8.' Shiuyo Maru. ........ vJuly 16 8. 8. Tenyo Maru ........July 18" 8. 8. Tenyo Maru........... ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 12 July 1912

HONOLULU STAil-BULTXTIK, FRIDAY, JULY 121912. WANTS TS SIM W- MB fpm, m- W MM mm 4 M WAN w A N T i I i f i f i i TO LET. 7 ! WANTED. J More soda water drinker. Better to Buffer from stomach ache than D.Ts.i Nothing but good effects from drink - lng our Root Beer or Pineapple. Hon. Soda Water Co.. 34 A S. Beretanla. . C. E. Fraaher, mgr. 44l-tf illrl for general. housework. Family of two.' Kalmuki. Address C, Star Bulletin office, - 6284-3t i SITUATION WANTED. Young woman stenographer. Coast, and local references, desires permanent position or substitute work. Address t A, this Office. 283-eod-4t Position by Japanete chauffeur. Ref erences. Nagal, Tel. 2471. 6270-lm Position by Japanese as chauffeur. Two years' experience. Telephone 3831. Ask for Inoue. 5265-2m HELP WANTED. You are wanted for Government post tlonv 380 month. Send postal for list of positions open. Franklin In rtltute, Dept. 437P Rochester, N. T. 624 4 2m A AUTO SERVICE. Trips around the. Island Wednesday ' and Friday...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 12 July 1912

HONOLULU STAB-BULLEIIN, FRIDAY; JULY 12, 1912. TOUTICAL NQ-rtcC2, LCGAL NOTICES. LECAL' NOTICES. . .." , NOTICE. ' ,' Fourth Precinct, Fourth District, Re; publican Club. 4A meeting Mhe Republican Club of the Fourth Precinct of the Fourth Dis trict will be held on Friday evening; July 12, 1912. at 1:50 o'clock, at Pu- n&hoa Park, corner of Punahou etreet and Wilder avenue, for the purpose of nuking nomination for officers of the aaid precinct club, to be voted for on Friday (evening, July 19,1m. at 7:20 o clock.'' . By order of the "firat vice-president: J. A TlinXiPftOV Secretary. Fourth Precinct, Fourth LMs- - trlct Republican Club. ".' ; 6283-July 10. 11, 12 NOTICE. Eighth Precinct, Fourth Dittrict, R- publican Club. -A .'meeting-of the : Republican Club cf the Eighth Precinct of the Fourth Dittrlct will be held on; Friday even ly,' July 12, 1912, at 7:30 o'clock, at -n "Antonio 'Hall,. Vineyard street, for tbe purpose of making nominations for cfT.cera.of the said Precinct C...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 13 July 1912

WO 3:30 C 3-, A a. r vs r 'Editi v UlOE L Kvcning DuIlHIn. It. 1 SS2. No. 52S7. Hawaiian Star. Vol. XX.. No 632$. iM Ir.ES. HONOLULU, TKKIUTOHY OF HAWAII, SAT UKD AY, JULY 13, 1912. --24 PAOES. pkice five cents 11 lA From S. . .Honolulan, Julv 1G. For S. F.t r -Chlyo Maru. July 1C. From Vancouver: Zealandla, Julytl7. For Vancouver: . Maratna, July 16. EMH1T ,157 TTrV rrS r HIT 1 . WJU ifi jr n iOTOin TOP wmm 11 Mky v v ll 01 - 7 v. OUINGLE AS DELEGATEd IS PtAW - Movement to Reach Compro v mise,- with Juhio for Mayor ; v Robert W.. hingle for delegate to " Concress. and Prince Kuhio for " mayor of Honolulu Is a program that prominent Republicans of the city are -, working towards. The . Star-DulJetin learned today . definitely what has been rumored for fcome days, that .a concerted effort is being made, to urge upon Shingle that he become a candidate for delegate. The movement la strong. It has -enlisted very prominent Republicans who were lined up with the Frear lorces when Shingle ...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
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Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 13 July 1912

HONOLULU BTAH-BULLE' IN, SATURDAY JULY 134012. SMppIog VOYAGERS PELE'S FIRES FAR OUT AT SEA 4 The company of Island people and tourists traveling towards" Honolulu In the Inter-Istend steamer Mauna Kea were treated" to a rare spectacle lait night, wljcn the bright reflection from Tele's fires at Kilauea were distinctly seen for a distance of on?? hunarea and fifty miles. For some hours after the liner clear ed Kawaihae, the honvens were illum inated with the ruddy slow arising from the burning lava pit. , Tbc scene Is one that many of the1 passengers will not soon forget. j u a 11 11 ii '.- du) i yj i l di i M ai i inn i morning, that a faint reflection from volcanic fires could be detected at Las Travelers' returning from the ; nat, i , . . , urai wonuer, ucciarc mri me voicanov is in a high state. of eruptivencss at ho nr,EMlt imn u la di ii i iti t ihn V ; .:.r" ':':. while there has been a marked ln crease in the smoke arising from lh pit Old Falthfiil.has'lKjromk extreme ly act...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 13 July 1912

. x- f .-v " 4 i v4 A v. JLV A Wedding Present Worth Giving .'Vr1' i7a Ml 'l r . HARMONY MARKS .. a i WT ' B. . '-) ,1 NOMINATIONS IN REPUBLICANS i raiiKii ions for oh:ers of the". Re publican i l ubs fur . t wo years' cauie off Twelfth of Fourth. President, Caesar Bet tencourt ; first vicepresidem. A. ' K. Ka.ti:. second"! v ice-president. J. K. Clarke; secre- . ;ary, A. Q. Marcalhxo; assistant see-j'.. retary. Sam Manu; treasurer, J. H.I . Kaleo; execut ive c ommit tee, -chair-,1 .. man. A. W. Edward, F. 0. Oliveira.j.. Andrew M(Cabe, M. It. Perreira. ).' F. Durao; election judges. B. lO ' Clark, M V, Forrira. Jas. Keohoka-r' loV. Fourth of Fifth. , ; I President, W. K. . Rathburn; i first.- vice-president. L. R; Nainoa; second" vieepn anient, .s. v. Igan-'; CHINESE AMERICANS TO FORM FEDERATION secre-; tary. H. K. t)ai;a; assistant secre- tary; Rudolph Meyer: .'.treasurer:- W With general .harmony and quietude ,T. CarnVld; judges, J. dm Barker,' : last night oil This islam', iimjp...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 13 July 1912

HONOLULU STARBULLETIX, SATURDAY, JULY 13,, 1012. ? V iimwfoitt iar-$itUrtttt 111 lihrf 1c,C0Innfd the HAWAIIAN STAR, estab lished 1893 and the EVENING " BULLETIN, establish ea 11882. . MEMBER ASSOCIATED PKH.SS. RILEY H. ALLEN. ; .......... . . . - . Alitor LITTLE INTERVIEWS '"and no ine is disposed to hasten it. -further than to have it understood that Canada Is always ready- to finish the contemplated union. Even then there I wilt remain the "West India Inlands. E. M. CHEATHAM I do not live In ' 'hW-h may y. t U included in the cun- T:inniifSi the "Fighting Eighth" anv mnro. but I federation Meanwhile the relation that there is a sufficient supply of labor, and that the plantation hands are work in: well, ami are apparently contenti'd. Mr. I vers is also quoted as saying that tin Filinilios aiv irmitlv inferior to the .T:maiiest the "Fighting Eighth" any more, but I ' 'deration . .Meanwhile th- , , ii- .... A . . i ani so busy I do not lack for excite-! i-tween th-. cn.iwiaes nnd: ...

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

. 4 am i HONOLULU STAK:BtXLIIBATCT Si MM 1 Materm 'JmneCost froddce r7 if 'Mil my til I ulf J V 1 The assortment includes Every Size in Misses up to size 47 for Large Women. The Materials are all first class, and include White Serges, different styles in jjvery size; Blue Serges, Tennis Stripes, and Summer Weights in Mixed Worsteds. he Tailoring is of a high-class order, and Skinner's Satin is the material used in nearly every Suit. - ' ; ;. . . The prices are actually less than half the real worth, and ranje froih $7.50 to This purchase will be offered for a quick sale beginning on IMonday Morning. P f V! v 'j A J 1 'J ' Charming Showing of Our Showroom is crowded with an ex- - . . -. ceptionally grand stock of the newest styles in Fine Dresses, including Evening Dresses. Recepiim-Gowns, Silk '-Dresses, Lingerie Dresses, ' Linen Dresses ; . - . . '. . .-. , . i :. from size 14 to 46 No Duplicates inthe department of any dress over$10 r t:.Vv-- . 'h . . S :-v '-",( --K'-.i i ' A j '...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 13 July 1912

i npii One of Jhose Morning-After Jobs J. . WrtltfT Doyle Is, not ordinarily a p slnilt; but on the day after the Fourth of July, which was July 5.' if memory serve correctly, he wa. car- lying; aiound a countenance o full of KliMurr that H bulxed over the edKi of his coilar. It yeetn that Mr. Doyle had tlli ev- ral hundred dollars to collect for the Kourtfi of July fund.' ..Collecting' July 4 money on July f Is aUiut as pleasant a Job ax trying to 'sell a .man a Wat- teau hepherdes- painting for hi din- ing-iooin the day after his hoiiKe burn- An Artistic Service for Hawaii A. R. Gurrey Jr. has recently re-, turned from, a riding and tramping trip on Hawaii, and I wa Interested tre other day In seeing tome of the photo- j Lraph.'! he has taken. He tells me th a on Hawaii he found more nearly the primitive life than he had believed lould Ftill remain In the days jf a utomobileH. wlreles telegraphy and are tricky and lack the quality of sin-.! VoKl y w I 000 cres of ric h land will b...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 13 July 1912

.t-5. Ok )0 ,'V npS'OLULU 8TAU-BULLKTIN, KATtTKDAY, JULY 13, 1012. men are doing lots of or nnn to the community by their critical enthusiasm for style in clothes; just as all men want to feel young, so all men want to be in style. But style isn't everything; the object in being particular in style is to look stylish; and you want the clothes to There's one look stylish after you've worn them a few weeks or months, as well as during the , first few days. s u re way of knowing that you're getting the clothes that stay stylish : H art S c h make them for it; all-wool fabrics, finest high-class we guarantee to any man who buys clothes here. a ff n e r & tai lonng, correct a r x igning, right fit. T hese are the things You'll have to come to us for them: we'll see that you get what you want and that you don't get what you' don't want Suits aiid overcoats 2o( $25 $30, J35 S I L V A S T -I G G E R Y ., T D ELKS' BLDG. 'THIS STORE FOR GOOD CtOTHRS" KING ST. JOHNSflW, IN TRIU MPH, START...

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

8 HONOLULU STAR BULLE1 ix, SATURDAY, i ULY 13, 1912. . r- r " Hang Week's Wash in a Few Llfnutos on a Clean Compact ; Why continue to foxs with n siRhtly, ungainly clothes lines and poles when you can ret this neat, compact, convenient Hill Dryer. Instead of being t pread all over the yard and supported by' numerous ' polesevery inch of every line on the Hill Dryer is within easy reach o you can hang the whole wash with out siovingaktep, without having to drag the heavy basket up and y down th t tVirnturK mnnvr nr m camp grass. Capacious Convenient Set up a Hill Dryer in a convenient spot near the houseand seehow many steps, how much time, work and bother it saves. Once use it and so one could ever coax you back to the old fashioned clothesline method. Hill Dryers are made in several sizes and styles for lawn, balcony and roof. Hold 100 to 150 feet of line revolve so line comes to you taken apart, folded up and put awar, Keeping your wn tuiun clear of obstructions. Let us put one up...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 13 July 1912

HONOLULU STA IMJ U LLET I X, SATURDAY, JULY 13, 1912. THE STAR-BULLETWS SPORT PAGE Edited by Laurence Redington ALL THAT'S DOING ON MANY FIELDS Reported by Experts 1 TV TTT S FROM 4 THE SPGGESTION HAS BEEN made that the people of Honolulu show their appreciation of Puke Kaha namoku not only by giving him a sub stantial token, but. also by providing him with a steady job as chief of a Walkiki beach life-guard patrol. This scheme would be all right, but- and that but knocks the cocoanut off the tree and spills the milk. If Duke . became a salaried life guard, or beh patrol. whether cu might call the job of wearing- bathing suit all day and keeping an cvye to. seawajd for struggqllng bath ers, he; would immediately lose his amateur standing. Thif is the last thing that Duke himself, or his friends, want to see happen, for the Hawaiian speed marvel realizes that his claim to fame are as an amateur, and that once he turns professional be must say good by to the chance of future glories: ...

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