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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 16 July 1912

11 HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, TUESDAY, JULY 10, 1912. LEGAL NOTICES. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FIRST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. TER RITORY OF HAWAII, HOLDING TERMS IN THE CITY AND COUN TY OF HONOLULU. ti:riutory of Hawaii, by Mar Mon Campbell, Superintendent of Public Work. Plaintiff and Petition er, vs. COO WAN HOY ET AL, De- lcndantg and Itcppondenta. Eminent Domain. TERM SUMMONS. THE TERRITORY OP HAWAII: To the HIGH SHERIFF of the TER KITORY OF HAWAII, or his Dep uty; the SHERIFF of the CITY AND COUNTY OF HONOLULU, or his x Deputy. YOU ARE COMMANDED to sum mon GOO WAN HOY; ENOCH JOHN SON; KAMAKA STILLMAN: ROSE McINERNY, wire of . A. Mclnerny; E. A. McINERNY; CARL ONTAI; GEORGE 1). ROBINSON; GEORGE T. ROBINSON; J. A. MAGOON; U LIKALANI; THOMAS LALAKEA; HOSE K. AIAU; LUM CHAN; CHIN KVjU KHI; WONG LEONG: HAR RY DOE JOE; JAPANESE BENEVO LENT SOCIETY, a corporation; W. O. SMITH, 8. M. DAMON, B. FAXON BISHOP. ALBERT F. JUDD and AL FRED W. CARTER, Trustees under the Will and of the Estate of Bern...

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. — 17 July 1912

7 mm 1 2:r: From 8. F.: Tenyo Maru, July 18. For S. F.i Siberia, July 23. From Yuncomrrt Zealandia, JuJy 17. For Yincomrr: Makura. Aug. 13. ' T7S 7 7 ITS 7 i '0 4 V m t J v Evening Bulletin. Et. US2. Nu, "90. Hawaiian Star, Vol. XX.. Xp. 6231. I Y Subscriptions All Over Islands Beginning to Roll Up Some Among the interesting news concerning Duke Kahanamoku that came toda' are the follow ing items: He intends to visit France, Germany and England before returning, and , may swim matches in Europe. , He is expected to arrive her on August 28, by the Lurline. The dispute over the 100-me-(er race was due to a misun derstanding which caused Duke ' and others to remain on the Finland while the. semi-finals were being contested. Tho Hawaiian lad was the greatest single attraction among the thousands of athletes at the games. ' . $ 3 3 3 J 3 . With.the announcement today of the t committee that will handle th& fund ' for a substantial gift for Duke Kiha- nanioku, active arrangements will...

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. — 17 July 1912

HONOLULU STABULL IX, WEDNESDAY, JULY 17, 1912. Mi . k - 1 i 4 1 t h i m FROM COASTTO n llornirrn Tn i iht nnn i ninrrnnrn ? - - -. - -i' A casual glance at the forward deck t ot the Matson Navigation chartered vtliner Honolulan this morning would p-have reminded one of a big coast car " ferry, or a fair sized railway station. for perched thereon wa& a complete t - m ' ' . - train oi passenger coacnes, .lecureiy blocked which reached the eno of the longest leg of a trans-Ptclfic voyage wlthout a mishap. Several coaches, of standard size. In tended for the Kahului Railway are in transit from the coast to the Val ley island. . Ordinarily, .such equipment is shipped on long distances "knocked down" or laid fltt In the case of the railway cars, they are practically ready to go Into, service as soon as removed .by slings from the eck of the Eteamer-J to the railway wharf at Kahului. Captain Bennett, master of the Ho DoluJan stated Ibis morning that hi.i command was favored with fine w...

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. — 17 July 1912

HONOLULU STAR-BULLET IX, WEDNESDAY, JULY 17,1912. HUGHES GIRLIES GOT COLUMNS OW ADVENT IMS WITH CUPID Sari Francisco Hears About Wooings in Hawaii and the Orient - CJt)id and show girls from Honolulu take up valuable -oii;t.n of spare in f;an l-'mmisco papes published . Juvi cftr i the arrival of the ' Hushes com f.iny on the Voa.st. Tic San Fran iiTo I'xamlner says: I aving In their W5? h string of l.tokm heart?,, brok'ii engagements tp l l.mkcn iur.uc!, tr.e first American co"nlc ojcra com-ny to make a .-om-j;lrlc taur of the Orie.nl arrived home yt tr Jay on the steamf r Persia with mere extravagant tncs of luxurious fiMf-rtalnnent than tati le found in Burton' "Arabian Nights." . Four members of the "troujc were married oh the-tour. Throe of -these remained in the Orient with their hus Jan'R Nearly every member of the troupe was displaying je'ciry that had lcn given by some admit or in the Far Now romes more of H. The exam iner of July 10 has a ft'o-column ut of Margaret Pearl, ...

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. — 17 July 1912

HONOLULU STAU-BDLLETIN, WEDNESDAY, JULY 17,1912. msrt i mwlulu &tar-2htlktm In which Is combined the Hawaiian star tah. Mshcd 1833. and the EVENING BULLETIN. establish- ed 1SS2. MEM PER ASSOCIATED TRESS. IU LEY, II. ALLEN ....... Editor WALLACE K. EAKHINCiTON. . . ....... HusinesSfc. Manager IIAIN OFFICES .............. J 053 ALAKEA STREET .Telephones 2185 225' BRANCH OFFICE ............... MERCHANT STREET Telephone 2363. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: DAILY STAR-BULLETIN Ter Month, anywhere In United States ............ .11 Per quarter, anywhere, In United States ......... 2.0( Tcr Year, anywhere la United States 8JK Ter year, postpaid, foreign.... .. ................. 12.0 SEMI-WEEKLY STAR-BULLETIN Tcr Six Months . .. ..............I i.0( Per Year, anywhere In United States'... I......... 2.M Ter Year, anywhereIn Canada 3.0r Per Year, postpaid, foreign ..... 4.00 WEDNESDAY ....... y.. ......... .JULY 17, 1912 Xcvery never wait for post-mortem praise. Speak the. kind words which love -pro...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 17 July 1912

HONOLULU STAIM5ULLEr IXv WEDNESDAY, JULY 17,1012. AMUSEMENTS. AMUSEMENTS mum ' . i at Weak V t Em r Bachelors Entertain for Mr. Smatl- Mr. Gailiard Smart wss the com plimented guest at a farewell dinner U the Ytung Cafe Monday evening ty a number of his bache'or friends. Cov ers were laid for Mr. (Jail'aid Srmrt. Air. Merlin Moore, Mr. Cicero Mc-J Lldowncy, Mr. Wisdom. .Mr. George' ' IJrnti. Mr. Floyd Kmmons, Mr. J. II. I'krr, Mr. Campbell. Mr. Gaylor, Mr. A. K. Larimer, Mr. Fogy, Mr. Rich er md Mr. Blackshear. ' , Mrs. Crr' Te. Mrs GcorRe Shad well Carr Was hestess at an Inforanl tea yesterdjiv afternoon at her home on Plkol Etrcet ft "ft Mies Fanny Hooss to Entertain. ' Miss Fanny Hoops 1$ giving a drnie on Saturday nicht for Mr. and Mrs Frank Hooss (Miss Ethel IeKen.i:.) .... "Mi Mrs. Foster's House Party. Mrs. Walter C. Wccdon, and her s's ter llss Alia Sloane and Miss Ecple stone were the house guests f:om Thursday to Saturday last week of Mrs. Mary E. Foster st'hcr country hom...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 17 July 1912

HONOLULU STAR-B U LLETI X, WEDNESDAY, JULY 17, 1912. G 11 A ii The New PerfecfiGii Toaster Anyone, even a boy or girl, can ' make toast on the HdyBerjgctioit Oil Cook-stove They will not bum the (oast, and they will not burn their fingers either, if they use the New Perfection Toaster. For toast or roast there is no other' stove that is as For boil or broil quick and as handy as the New For fry or bake ) Perfection Oil Cobkstove. . . . ' ' 'i Every dealer has. the New Perfection OS.Cooraove; Hand somely finiihcd in nickel, with cabinet top, drop shelvcsT towel racks, etc Long chimneys, enameled turquo-Uue. Made w'lh 1,2 and 3 burners. Free Cock-Book with cry stove. Cock-Bock aho given to anyone seeding 5 cents to ccrcr mailing cost STANDARD OIL COMPANY 8.iFraebe.CI. - SaJec.Cfl Mjtt2I. C!. f h1. WmIi. La A We, CL Storkto. C 1 ' Fw.Cl. Spokaa. Wash. 5a Dit, C&L Scrna(o, Cti Portland, Oro. T.cotna, Wash. XT 1 reii 1 rasi Coppaey STATEMENT OF CONDITION AS AT JUNE 29, 1912 Resources...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 17 July 1912

7 X -tf 78 1 ! Y-. But style isn't everything; the object in being look stylish after you've worn them a few weeks' sure way of knowing that you're getting jt . make them for it; all-wool fabrics, finest high-class tailoring, correct we guarantee to any man who buys clothes here. . ... P ir - T ELKS' BLDG. FOR RENT FURNISHED House on Green St., Two Bedrooms, $45; j)Qrt -month House on Kewalo St, Three Bedrooms $75,pt:.mQnthV Trust. 824 CETHELL TRET REAL ESTAtE AH VESTMENTS Mtrchan St. Phont Hit J. H0LL1BERG architect; Estlmatei Furnished on Buildings. Rates Reasonable. . 160 Hotel St, Oregon BMg. Tel. 2661 James L. Holt Offers tome fine lots .near tbt car line at Falarp at a bargain, also tb balmy aeabesch home of the lata A tnlrai Becklej at Aqua Marine. , work. . . .GEO. S. IKEDA 1264 Fort St., 'Tel.' 1140. ano htJAL Estate O L I VEfl G. LANSING 80 Merchant Street BARGAINS! BARGAINS! Ve deal In listed and unlisted secu rities of all kinds. Hidalgo, La Zaca ulpa rubber; Ptfriasi'ma...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 17 July 1912

8 HONOLULU STAR BULLETIN, WEDNESDAY, JULY 17,1912. A Wedding Present Giving r n Kitchen Cabinet, Completely Outfitted SEE OUR WINDOW FOR A BIG DISPLAY OF KITCHEN FURNITURE voyue runiiiurcvu. Limited If there' one thing that does, not admit of any guessing it's fitting SPECTACLES and o EYEGLASSES Our Spectacle Fitting is done on the basis of knowing how from start to finish. It's a success! A. N. Sanford, OPTICIAN Boston Building Fort Street Over May oV Cb. TRY OUR M1LIM A" Brand pencils green vJbod, black lecd are just right for-general business use. , . ' ' - ' 50c the doz. Hawaiian-News Co. Limited YOUNG HOTEL BLDG. Alfcms Sacrifi Ves,. actually sacrificed. See them in our show window. Prices are absurdly low just to clear out our odds and ends. Honolulu Photo Supply Co., 'Everything Photographic" Wortfi 4 11 I i I Ik'ii . Ill t K. W ii fill0 9? ced Hawaiian Curios Special Sale leedon Bazaar 1140 FORT STREET i Your Liver is Clogged up TWs Vihj You'r. Tired Out pi Sorts rUT Wo Afpe...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 17 July 1912

HONOLULU STAU-HULLETIX, WEDNESDAY, JULY 17,1912. o I ' ' LAURENCE REDINGTON SPORTING EDITOR THE TRUTH ABOUT SPORT IS NEVER A KNOCK 1 r 4S - .A r. s 1 f" V DIE BROKE 2 RECORDS IW OWE DAY But Foreign Athletes Coniested His Right to Represent the United States With the arrival of the mainland pa rrs, containing the full results of the Olympic Karnes, it develops that Duke Kahanamoku has been dolnp -even bet ter work at. Stockholm than was known here. Not only once, but twice In one day did he swim the 100 meters in world's record time. To have turned the trick, once would have been glory enough, but to be called on for the supreme effort twice In succession, and make good tioth times, Is something that all Hawaii can be proud of. The question of Duke's" right to rep resent the United - States came up, though how such, an absurd conten tion could have been. ' broached 1 is a mytftery, as Kahanamoku is just as much an American as any other ath- lete on the team. 1 ; Following is a brief ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 17 July 1912

' ' " ' j ' ' ' ; HONOLULU STAR RULLK1 IN -WEDNESDAY, JULY 17, 101 - y f . . , . . ... . f ... .. . . ... -. mi 1 1 In'.. r:,'.- Steamship FOR SAN FRANCISCO S. S. Sierra.;.....;;.;,. ...... ..July 27 S. S. Sonoma. Au just 9 S. S. Sierra. ..August24 S. S. Ventura. .". ....... .i September t 6 C. Brewer & Co., Ltd., Pacific Mail Steamers of the above company jort on or. about the dates mentioned FOR THE OKI KM. . 8. S. Persia. ................. July 27 S. S. Korea,.... .............. Auaust 1 S. S. Siberia. ..August 16 For general Information apply H. Hackfeld & TOYO -1 ft- Steamers ot the above Company auoui me uaies mentioned below: , . . FOR THE -ORIENT. ; S..S.. Tenyo Maru. ...... ...... .July 18 S. S. Shinyo Maru.. ...... .August 9 S. S. Chiyo Maru. .......September 6 S. S. Nippon Maru...... September 27 Calls at Manila. 'omitting call at CASTLE & COOKE, mm: r . . ! Matson ' Navigation Company Direct Service Between San FROM SAN FRANCISCO. 8 8., HonoIuIan.,'..'..j.-.J...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 17 July 1912

HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, WEDNESDAY, JULY 171912. WANTS WANTS WANTS ;:1 1 ITS V V WANTED. Experienced !iokkeiRr, city refer ences,, wants a position, or will sub stitute -during vacation, 529-3t More nod a water drinkers. Better to . uflfer from Htomach ache than D.Ts. Nothing but good effects from drink . ing our Itoot Beer or Pineapple. Hon. Soda Water Co.. 34 A N. Beretanla. C. E. Frasher. mgr. 4941-tf liright boy. Apply 122 Beretanla, next . to engine houe. &288-2t ' SITUATION WANTED. Position by Japanese chauffeur: Ref erences. Nagal, Tel. 2471. 5270-lm I'oMltion by Japanese as chuuffeur. Two years experience. "Telephone 3839. Ask for Inoue. 5265-2m Civil engineer, 10 years' experience. Plantation preferred. W. H. S. j Hon. Star-Bulletin. 5288-lmi HELP WANTED. You are wanted for Government post t ion. $30' month. Send postal , for list of positions open. Franklin. In stitute, DepL 427P. Rochester, N. Y. 5244-2m A I AUTO SERVICE. Trips around the Island. Wednesday ;find Friday...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 17 July 1912

111. HONOLULU STATt BULLE' IX, WEDNESDAY, JULY 17, 1012. WANTS WANTED. I'i.rtnrr with U00 for .manufacturing I'U.vim V.S. Ijirw profits. For details u.Itlrtfs A. K"r Htar-HulWtin." SITUATION WANTED. Young man (J.'ijian'-'H); ran rp-ak and wrftt KnstiHl) well; Jj.ih kmk exjxri jnr, torc arid :ticf work. 'Al '?r. r "Y. II ", this itttivv.- .':.520-2t FOR SALE K. M. F. 1 Sir touring cr:r; f-xcelU-nt condition,. fully qulpitl;: prto t;:nk, xhork at;KortT;, seat covers, thair. f tr. doing to Coast," must Mil, at onc. Make ortVr. -Coast" llii jhtl'icv. ' - - ' . '-' .52J0-'3t ROOM AND BOARD. llif AUov 124, Emma". Home mm " fort, piano, rf-ndinj; rooni. Fine rond - . f. 2 ."0-3 to HURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT. 4 North A'Jrifyard. largc, airy. ino-MuJto-proof rroni for gfntI-mW Hot t urn cold hnths. iUa'utiful grounds. 5200-1 rn FOUND. 'mall p.n n 1 it. one- month ago. In l"ifo Japanesf loat watchman. ",2K9-2t ' SHIRT MAKER. I O. Ywiiia'rnotn, 1248 Fort. . Fxperit-nced thlrt an p.ijama maker. ,...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 17 July 1912

HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, WEDNKSDAY, JULY 17,1912. GARLANB) STORES Wihiteey. k Man lim TO YOU e ...j On Want ited r Y A- - ... A. Easy r Terms Easy Terms 1-3 30 Days - 1-3 60 Days E. . S-1ALL e SONS, - Fort and King Sts. Household Department FOR SALE Two Cottages, Katihi .. Cottage, Harbottlo Lant Cottagt, Harbottle Lana Cottage, Harbottle Lane Lot, Puunul, 30,000 sq. ft. ................ Lots 20 and 21, Blk. 8, Kewalo.... 2- Bedroom Hous,Anapuni Street ....... . 3- Bedroom House, Piikoi Street .... 2 Bedroom House, Lower Punahou Street Lot on Young Street, 12,981 sq, ft. ...... Lot, Beretania Street, 2.7 acres. Lot on Tantalus. ' ' i ..1800 ..2000 ..1200 1750 1100. 1000 4500 4750 2850 2000 FOR RENT i ' Cottage, Wilder Avenue .. ,4'' Tantalus Residence of General Davis, furnUhed. .; 45 GUARDIAN TRUST CO , Ltd., SECvND FLOOR, JUDD BUILDING vonHamm-Young Co., Ltd. Pioneers and Leaders in ; ; . 'the Automobile Business Agents for such well-known cars as Packard, Pope-Hartford, Stevens Du...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 17 July 1912

14 HONOLULU STAK-B ULLETI X, WEDNESDAY, JULY 17, 1012. LEGAL NOTICES. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FIRST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, TER RITORY OF HAWAII, HOLO.ING TERMS IN'THE CITY AND COUN TY OF HONOLULU. TERRITORY OF HAWAII, by Mar ton Campbell, Superintendent of Tubllc Works, Plaintiff and Petition er, v. GOO WAN HOY ET AL, De lendants and Kepiondcnts. Eminent Domain. TERM SUMMONS. THE TERRITORY OF HAWAII: To the JlitJH SHERIFF of the TER RITORY OF HAWAII, or hi Dep uty; the SHERIFF of the CITY AND COUNTY OF HONOLULU, or bis Deputy. YOU ARE COMMANDED to sum mon CTOO WAN HOY; ENOCH JOHN SON; KAMAKA STILLMAN; ROSE AiclNERNY, wife of E. A. Mclnerny; E. A. McINERNY; CARL ONTAI ; GEORGE D. ROBINSON; GEORGE T. RORINSON; J. A. MAGOON; LI L1KALANI; THOMAS LA LAKE A; ROSE K. AIAU; LUM CHAN; CHIN KWAU Kill; WONG LEONG; HAR RY DOE JOE; JAPANESE BENEVO LENT SOCIETY, a corporation; W. O. SMITH. S. M. DAMON, E. FAXON RISHOP, ALBERT F. JUDD and AL 1 RED W. CARTER. Trustees under the Will and of the Estat...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 17 July 1912

si 'm " T I rora S. F.: Tenyo Maru, July 18. For S. F.j Siberia, July 23. From Yanromrr: Zcalandla, July 17. For Vanconirr: Makura, Aug. 13. iK A it w i w W W W' tin Or v. ' AV L J .A A : A - v-, ' . r 1 f -. V 1 Evening Bulletin. Est. 1SS2. No. 5290. Hawaiian ftar. Vol. XX- No. 6331. uUiiillo 10 I i Subscriptions All Over Islands Beginning to Roll up Some 'V Sj 4 $ . $ $ Amonfc the Interesting: news concerning - Duke Kahanamoku that came today are the follow ing Item!: '. He Intends to. visit France," Germany and England before returning, . and may , swim matches in Europe. He is expected to arrive here on August 28, by the Lurline. The dlypute ov.er the 100-meter race was due to a misun derstanding which caused Duke and others to" remain on tm? Finland while the semi-finals were belnp contested. Tho Hawaiian lad was the greatest single attraction among the thousands of athletes , at the games.' . ' f 8 8 $ S i S g J 9 With the announcement today of the committee that will handle t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 17 July 1912

; J HONOLULU STAR-OT t i rm-r ' . if..-,. ' . y ., . ? . . . SeippMg PASSEWGER TRAIN TRANSFERRED FROM COAST TO .A casual glance at the forward deck of the Matson Navigation chartered liner Honolulan this morning' would have reminded one of a big coast "car ferry, or a fair- sized railway station, for perched thereon was a complete train of passenger-coaches, .-securely blocked whirh rparhpd thp nr of the longest leg of a trans-Pacific voyage without a mishap. V Several coaches, of standard size, in tended for the Kahulul Railway are in transit . from the coast to the Val ley Island. Ordinarily .such equipment Is shipped on long distances "knocked . down" or laid flat. In the case of the railway cars, they are practically ready to go into service as soon as removed by slings from the oeck of the ttearaer to the railway wharf at Kahulul, Captain Bennett, master or tne Jio nolulan stilted this morning that hU command wag favored with fine weatii rr practically all the way from San - Fr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 17 July 1912

HONOLULU STAK-BULLEIIX, WEDNESDAY, JULY 17,1912. HUGHES GIRLIES GOT COLUMWS 'ONADVENTURESWITHCUPID San Francisco Hears About Wooings in Hawaii and . ' the Orient O'jid end show girls from Honolulu take -up taluaWe OjUmuh of -snare in San FranIwo papa published- jut ufti-r til- arrival of the .-Hushes' com pany on .-the oat. Tie San Fran- 1k Examiner ays: v ! t avin;; In. their v :;',; a .string- of bioM.;i heart", .lrok'n entailments m.:S l.ruU'ii ur,j . t:.e firtt American cfi-t j if ra -ouifi.ny to make a -oni i'f't'- t :(ir of the 'Orient arrived home ,y .vU-nlay on the .jieauifr Persia with nir.rp- f xtra vacant t p.'. of luxurious f!.t rlaininf'nt than an be found in Iturton'H "Arabian NlKhtri." Four inernbfTs of the troupe were married on the tour. Three of these remained in the Orient with, their, hu-band"-:. Nearly every member ol the troupe was displaying j".i.ry that had Un riven by some admit r- la the Far I'ast. - . Jow comes more of It The Kxam- .fnr of July 10 has a 'w...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 17 July 1912

HONOLULU 8TAK BULLETIN, WEDNESDAY, JULY 17,1912. r . ' - ' I ,? r la which Is combined the HAWAIIAN &TAR, estab lished 1893. and the EVENING IHJLLETCJ. establish- MEMBER ASSOCIATED PRESS. - - HI LEY II. ALLENr.... :l . . . ..... EditoV Wallace u: lXnmxoToy : . . . . . ; ........ . v . . : ISuHinoss J Manager UAIN OFFICES I . WrVi.XM.. ilA UlaKEA STREET Telephones 2185 4 226 BRANCH OFFICE MERCHANT STREET . Telephone 2363. , r.7 i cttnonnitiniintT ' it? DAILY STAR-EUJLLETI N - Per Month, anywhere jn United States .7f Per Quarter, anywhere In United States ......... 2.01 Per Year, anywhere in'Unlted States ............. 8.0( Per year, postpaid, foreign.... .. 12.0C SEMI-WEEKLY STAR-BULLETIN . Per Six Months .. .. ..............I M Per Year, anywhere in United States . ............. 2.0( Per Year, anywhere In Canada .... .............. 3.CM Per Year, postpaid, foreign ... .. .. .............. 4.0( WEDNESDAY JULY 17, 1912 Acrrr, never trait: for post-mortem praise. Speak th&ktrij...

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

nOXOLCLU STARHULLE' IX? WEDNESDAY; JULY 17, 1012. ; AMUSEMENTS. AMUSCMCNT3 fMan.igrm-nt or 1!. K1fJlns TONIGHTS CHANCC in at I no Mm- X I i " ' " II . : 7 Bachelors t Entertain' For Mr. Smart. Mr. Gaijlard Smart ws be com plimented guest at a farewell dinner t the Ycunji Cafe "-.Monday . evening by a number bf his bachelor frienda Cov ers were Jald for Mr. GailJaid SraarU Mr. Merlia Moore, ,51 r. " George Mc- Eldowney, Mr. Wisdom.' Mr. Oecrga ! Bcntv Mr.. Floyd Emmons, Mr. J. H. lacker, Mr. Campbell Mr. Gayldr, Mr. A. E. Larimer, Mr. Fogy, Mr. Rick er Tnd Mf. Black shear. -.. Mrs. C"rr'a Tea. . Mrs. George Shad well - Carr was hestess a an Informal tea yesterdav nlternoon at her home on Pi'kol street. ; Mls Fanny Hooga to Entertain.. " Mi3s Fanny Hoogs Is giving a drn?e on Saturday night for Mr. and Mrs ' Frank Hopgt (Miss Ethel McKehtlf.) Mrs. Fester's House Party. Mrs. Walter C. Weed on. and her s's ter Miss Alia Sloane and Miss Ed?Ie stone wene th$v house, uest& :om Thursday ...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
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