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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 20 July 1912

HONOLULU STAR BULLETI N, SATURDAY, JULY 20, 1012. ti - L! i4a;LJ ' . :-:,;:.".-; ;:' 1- -.v.-.--- . . ; '' " : -'.'. ..- K., " ';;;'' V, . li f I i I M Tl FT" TJOR'nnc thing she knows vhen boys' clotK ; ,V are'right.j Another is the place where she nan find EXACTLY what she wants when she .wants it, and at the price she wants to pay. And where every thing is up to date and the best of its kind it is safe to say she will come again. Be cause of these things, and the fact that we sell the XTRAGOOp make, we are enrolling the mothers of this city as permanent customers. Come and sec. : i ' : . i::::;v;- :,:;"-'':' o V 1 . V ' ' : :." ' L mited, lv:l -A ;:y V ''The Store Elks'-Bldg.- - - . . King St. , 1. uay be few: but when you want a want you surely u;anf if. - STAR - BULLETIN WANT ADS have become the most popular things in town . The reason for this is people who have used the Want columns of this paper find that they secure certain returns. Their money is well invested. " ''.';''''....

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. — 20 July 1912

'J HONOLULU STAR DULtETiy, SATURDAY, JULY 20, 1912. 68. TV 77 i- 0" We have in stock THIRTY-SIX more Ice Chests of bur own manufacture in Natural and Golden Oak Finish. We have taken great pains with the cabinet work on these. quick sellers at They are 1 ( T7 ' ' 'M' KING AND ALAKEA STREETS HONOLULU. T.H. Ft AC mm mm TESTS CAPJCLU 3 ELECTIONS Kaimufcrand Eighth of Fourth Furnish Moderate Display - "of Fireworks Mr, Bernfit could not withdraw his candidacy for the chair. On the chair ruling against the point, Mr. King presented his written withdrawal as the sole candidate for treasurer, to- A f a ft a a a mm mmm A tn net f ho t?.TihHrn Trtrrtnt Reiner wun me wunarawai or M. I. clubs had chosen their principal of- Slmonton andJ ames Guild as two of ? fteers at nomination .without contests, very little Interest attached to the elections last night excepting in two or three precincts. ' Mixup at Kalmukl.. , There -wasp. variety of fencing on parliamentary and party practice, with some h...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 20 July 1912

8 nOXOLULUSTAtt-BULLEllX, SATURDAY, JULY 20, 1912. BOARD TO PLAN (Ml DEFUSES WILL BE IN SESSION FOR MONTHS SAYS A KING WILL AGAIN RULE IN FRANCE Strategists Will Cover Every Foot of the Island Before Begin ning Paper Work Troops at Schoficld Barracks Now . Undergoing Practice Marches. Daudct Predicts Restoration of the Monarchy in Five CANADA MAKES RECIPROCITY PACT WITH WEST INDIES Where I Lieut. Col. Morrison, one f the three o.TlcerH recently appointed . " a board of strategy to plan an Impregnable Oahu? This is the question that army offl- crn here arc afklngr each other, for, when latit heard of. Colonel Morrison was one of the additional officers at - tached to , the provisional regiment of Infantry that wan Hiking over the plains and mountain of the North -Central Htateu, testing different equipment and t tyles of marching shoes, and generally experimenting as to the best gear for foot old tern in the field. When the War Department order was i OTTAWA, Oat, June 28. onada's , r...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 20 July 1912

HONOLULU STAn-BULLl? IX; SATURDAY, JULY 20, 19 12. 1 - 2 - : & t ... K , LA URENCE REDINGTON SPORTING EDITOR THE TRUTH ABOUT S? 027 " IS NEVER A Iff.OCn i LlLI BE Hi2 Clmmnmm Knlmmpv (filf ' The Wm-kl jLlU . v. Alarhcdas Makinn Arranae- mcnts to Come After -. . the Title , Regatta Day, 1912, promises to pro vide the greatest rowing carnival , ever Been in Hawaiian waters. Closely . following.! the announcement that the j r -mpion Alameda crew would come n from the Coast and, try for the -rod barge championship ofthe IV. nines the newg ttat Puunene vi.l ; ver two crews to compete. Con:" that the Maul oarsmen n . initial appearance in the ' cl.mj ..lilp event only, last year, thl3 showing Is more than satisfac tory to the Hawaiian Roving Associ- ' ation as a whole, ; -. Last year Puunene sent a crewdver tcre . with ' the Intention - of rowing Bcnior, but at the last minute switch rd to the freshman race; i This year -Jt Is probable that the 1011 six wUl 'try for senior honors, and...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 20 July 1912

10 IT0N0LTJLU STAKBULLETIX, SATUHDAY;'JULY20;i912r 3t LjlUUlXJ L . WILD JiVy te,- K C Baldnjr Poiv like magic. -Recipes f considered difficult to now come out of the ov . light, dainty and deli cious. It fairly makes you hungry to look at them. n 6 DAKIUG FOYDER Is the housewife's bct friend, lighten . ing. her. burdens as well as the food. Wherever K C is used '-, 3'ou will find healthy, happy families and a con tented housewife. Com plies with all pure food laws , . loth State and National. . - quel 1 1 f c Co.i Chicago r nn ,7 LULU ' ; 7 .. , .. is just soap with a' Hawaiian name. Out H is a mighty good article. It hat more tallow', really ,tho most important' item of soap manufacture, than,- any . : soap brought here. . - If you have any ' loyalty in your composition and believe in boosting home productions, all thirtgs being tq'ual, decide to use PAU KA HANA in your home for; washihg V clothes or wood. r : Fred L. Waldron, Ltd; Honolulu Soap Works ' ' 'Makers ; f. " . , , ' ' J...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 20 July 1912

HONOLULU STAK-BULLETIX, SATURDAY,' JULY 20," 1012. Tlj V" ' 1 r? r ' 3 t ) r 3 A d2 C 1 At Our Bethel. St. Window and Ss3; What" We " Offer You There for 3 v y 1 A iY TTE haveT3larcd oh sae for a fevv da-vs onty' thrcc comPlcte lines of KIBKEND ALL'S WORK SHOES, regular price $4.00 and $4.50. This is a very uriusual oppor VV tunity for you to purchase these shoes at a wonderfully low price. They were ordered for one of our wholesale customers on Hawaii, and were refused because of the factory's delay shipping. This has thrown them on our hands, and we must get rid of them. Remember these are all brand new goods, and the run" of sizes is complete. We are offering them to you at LESS THAN THE OMAHA WHOLESALE PRICE. Take advantage of this chance and fit yourself out wqh enough pairs of working shoes to last a couple of years. JUST THINK t r-v 1 GEO. A. BROWN - Mani Corner of: King and Bethel Sh-.- ifteilii The importance of a . pure yet rich milk in the chil dren's dietetic can not be ...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 20 July 1912

12 HONOLULU STAU-B tJLLEl IX, SATURDAY J ULY 0, 1 0 1 2- : i 7r w&m ' S ' jr i , ' . - r;i v i&i- " -' : ... . . , r . i - . . ..: - '. i fe w - r - - " t vr't JENNIE CROCKER,, WHO IS NOW MRS. WHITMAN CALLING DAYS FOR HONOLULU Wfltprhnnspi j" ; Miss Clnora Stureeon. Mr. and Mrs, J. S. Walker, Mr. , and i Mrs.- C. S. Weight, Judge and Mrs. W. L. Whitney, Judge and Mrs. A, a. Wilder, Mr. and Mrs. Charles T. Wilder, Mr. and -Mrs. S. G. Wilder. Mr. and Mrs. James Wilder, Mrs. E. K. Wilder, Mrs. G. K; Wilder; Mr. -and Mrs. C. A. Widemann, Mr. ind Mrs. Palmer Woods, Mrs; E. K. Freeth, Mrs. A. L. C. Atkinson, Miss Muriel Howatt. Mr. and Mrs." C. P. Iaukea, i '1.7 .y Uv : 7- ' - HUI. Manoa. Makikl. lRo.e llrrlKTt. Miss Mary Luca. Mr. Jack Young, ill IVnner. Ml Hor 'encc Oas.xldy. Miss Hazel (Jar. Mis i .,.mbro.fkv I!$wt Marguerite Mclruian. W..Mbts Marsurtt Waterhoufe, Mr. Will Monday. Punanou. CMlege v WS- Jr. Mr. qrit ioo- Jsck ij fanua' Makik! 1 7!i'. Ouanl. Mr, iXiVe Larson; Mr....

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 20 July 1912

- .HONOLULU; STAR-BULLET IN, SATURDAY, JULY 20, 1012. P r "-fee.-" f 2 ; 'feiLJUt gHlv L vr rr harden Parly (or Dr. and Mm. Eliot Margaret ion-. A! Us Helen THL GAMJEN PAKTVand Inform- Jones, Mary Lucas. Mis Sara ul receutlcn to be el vein next Tues- Luca. Miss Helen ilcLaln. Mls II day afternoon for Dr. Charles Thelma Murphy, Ml Martha McChe ney. Miu (ilenna McCracken, Mlas Elizabeth Low, Miss Carrol Low, Misa Ramona Morgan, M Us Louise McCar thy. M Ls Pearl McCarthy. Miss Fanny lrkli 1Im TVuta Xf Viprlsfnn fftu The party wlir be, glvtnfrom four Grtrude McCorrlston. Miss Belle Me- Corrtston, Miss Ernestine McNear, Miss Elizabeth Pratt, Mis Zepha Pi- Kllot. president emeritus of Har vard, and Mrs. Eliot, will be one of the most notable as well as pleasant eft toclal firnctious of the year. to six . o'clock on tbe Dillingham mounds. Woodlawn. corner of bere . . . 1 111 lv tania ana runanou siree. auu m Che!l, Misa Margaret Restarick. Miss under the auspices of the Harvard Hcltn Rockw...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 20 July 1912

. - . . ,u . s - 14 "They bought who had not bought before, And those who had bought, bought the more." ii. Fort and Queen v. CENTRAL UNION CHURCH. Ilev. Doremus Scudder, D. 1).. minis ter; Rev. Amos A. Ebersole. associate ranhter. 9:50 a. m., Bible schoolMr. William A. Bowen. superintendent. .10:10 a. m.t adult Bible claw for men aiid wo men, conducted by. Iter. F. S. Scudder. 11 a. m., morning worship, sermon by the minister, "The Sentinel.". 6:50 p. m., Christian Endeavor meeting at Portuguese church. 7: 30 p. ra., Veil ing service, sermon by Bev; George E. Burlingame, D. D., pastor, First Bap tist church, San Francisco, "The Es sence of Christianity." A most cordial welcome is extended to all visitors and ttrangers in th city, to attend Ihe services on .Sunday, at Central Union church. .. t " .METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH. 9:45 a. m., Sunday, .ichool, Richard H. Trent, supt. 10:00 t. m., Men's Bltle class, Judge Quarles, leader. 11:00 a .m., morning worship, preach Iris by the pas...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 20 July 1912

HONOLULU STAR-BELLEl IN KAT.UR D A Y,r J UL Y 16, iO 2l JjNSJ-UqlA ilXjilv1 MlKvZ A li VWirw . - ' 71 ' Queen Street r-- ' ? .li' iiH 1 -- ;. I n i r n I I mg neauctwn m rnces. t-f : " ' ' ' ' '. ' ' .... " ,; : : c 1 -v--r ... I . 1 I I - - M - -. . ft IT- 1 r'!v.Jr-i VIC."' 3 Big Reduction In Prices Flimie - . - T in..- ri. i ' ! V f, J Godd no Comfort at The boys ttC&nip Comfort Are. using 'thff tsme' ttoT3 " ihiitfthev had last year. ' It yru ih? be:t thry ccufd rtt. :It was a - Oil GcDlCto7e TLu ytir dry cct a HrTr Pcrfjctlca Oreji; i Aba a Perfection Toaster r Aba a K:yr Pcrftctica Erc2ar J . "Gee; whit inference ia tlie mef cood ttera mt,'. Mid one of the bori, And Uey" will tell their nothiert tnd met tbout the itore, too. For the New; Perfecdoa 03 Cook-itoTe is u conrcnient for the Home ai'for the ckmp. k wul Die' bro3, roast end tout M well ea a teuUr coal r&ne. STANDARD OIL COMPANY 1 - . f (Incorporated) - SnrriLrcbm.C4l, Sum JomCL Mrrrin.CL' SmHU,WIu Lbs AwftW Cl...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 20 July 1912

10 nONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, SATURDAY, JULY J0, 1012. r- TP P o (3(3 J ii ii n Xyl 'J -iJ I (3? i - Your Valuable Papers are safe, whether they are in the form of letters, documents, name lists, es timates, inventories or card indexes, if they are in a newly perfected Stotc Catuuet Safe Made mtiirly of tierl. with fnU-rchnrble ntcrior trnrnfomnU ireumi I or um of GMw Wcrnickc eUndtrd steel uniu to uitny indi vidual ncd or plan. Fire proof air chambrr Insulation all round. Yale com bi nation lock. The Globe Cabinet Safe brlngi a perfect tiling system to your office. We are acISng atents for this city. OFFICE SUPPLY CO, LTD. . - 1 III J -T-" ' r " For Safe Keeping pspcrs, letters, documents, . card in dexes, stock, co?t and inventory records of value but which you can not insure should bo placed in the newly perfected - v . Slobc CdlntKt Safe Made of stenl, standard rn sizo. to sccommo date Btwl unit of every description needed In perfect f.linjr and safe keeping1, insulated and fro pro...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 20 July 1912

v : J V 0 Tr!! ri cv) T! ' 7lf ' ' (Cn TI 11 TH 11 ' TI IT 17 "1 -' The DOLBCSslon of an EncvcIoDedla is fodav a necessity. It sives" full arm comnlete information on everv subject -written in words that all can understand. Knowledge Is Dower, and the only short cut to Knowledge U through an Kncyclopedia, which gives In condeaseif and digested form the collected wisdom of all time. If you ctn afford only one set of books by all raecha let it be the New Standard Encyclopeoia. For the children it will answer every question that pops into their inquiring minds; fo'r older people it will be a complete home university, supplying the latest and most authoritative information In every branch of learning. ' ' It's Up To You YOU HAVE THE SAME CHANCE THESE MEN HAD ABRAHAM LINCOLN at twenty-two Bhnply Jvhew how to read, write and cipher. ANDREW JACKSON, President of the United States, never attended school. Ills wife was his only teacher. She tauKht him "how to read and write. HIRAM SIBLEY, fo...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
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Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 20 July 1912

t i n:it . -r -e. . i ' - HONOLULU STAR BULLEUN, SATURDAY, JULY 20, 1912. 18 A 1 1 1 Local Chat Home and Fashion Hints: Religious and Other Activities: 'Things Feminine MNTUCmWOMANmom , : -. . . ... . t. '. -t-t - . . - , . . . . . . . - r ' . . j . : - , k. Cost of Whitman-Crocker in PAGE 1? -f- jr jh j3j .:.v; V ;','.'A., ., ; : iJ- . .. 4 - ' XX I , I W I II II 1 f VI II It. I I II Course Household Economies for Girls COLLEGE OF HAWAII HAS COURSE ' THAT COMPARES WITH ANY IN COUNTRY Many- young ladies who have com Iltfd their courses in the High School are undecided as to the course they will take up on entering college; If, I were asked to advise almost any it these , gitls I should say to take i!;0 course In Household Economic?, ide from fitting one rfor home life, Ififf-also a preparation for the busi-r.f-ss'-world. Hn. many of the larger cities graduates in domestic science oien tea gardens where the tired hrjimpr rannflt onlv find a cud of The majority of young women who take...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 20 July 1912

-. .- - . " " ''' .'''-'-'...' - .'--"' i, -u - v v 1 ,. : . , . . j : ...-.. . .. -. . '. . . . . , Ilka f !. MKioy.l m I ' ' i- , ... , .- ' ... f . .' -v;. lf :".- 3 The Regal line of Motor Cars or the present season include five models : Model "N" Uriderslung Roadster Model "T" Underslung Touring Car Model "H" Underslung Touring Car Regal Underslung Colonial Coupe Regal "30" Standard Touring Car Exclusive Island Distributor E E. EMm I Corner Merchant and Alakea St3 TFirisiii TTirTQistL Ci23iimip surity JL.iI i STATEMENT OF CONDIT ION AS AT JUNE 29, 1912 Resources. Hand and Cash on Dank 8 Loans on Real Estate Ioans, Demand and Time Real Estate Furniture and Fixtures .. Stocks and Bonds' . Accounts' Receivable ..... Other Assets in I 19.483.54 97.385.63 . 71,326.53 . ' 34.45T.69 . 12,939.92 . 4.136.25 . 29.646.68 . 609.23 9:69.978.5.1 Liabilities. ; ('apita'l. fully i&ld ......... 9100.000.00 Undivided rrrifitfi . ..... . ... - 20,416.93 Trust and Agency Balances. 129.389.72 A...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 20 July 1912

l LUCAL r,OTlCZC I THC CIRCUIT COURT OF THE Fir.CT JUOICIAL CIRCUIT, TER. HITORY OF HAWAII, HOLDINC TERMS IN THE CITY AND COUN TY OF HONOLULU. TERRITORY. OF HAWAII, by Mar ston Campbell, Superintendent ol Public Works, Plaintiff and Petition cr, vs. GOO WAN HOY ET AT, De lendants and Respondents. Eminent Domain. TERM SUMMONS. THE TERRITORY OF HAWAII: , '.- To the HIGH SHERIFF of the TER RITORY OF HAWAII, or his Dep uty; the SHERIFF of the CITY AND COUNTY OF HONOLULU, or 4il .Deputy. - t' v t' YOU ARE COMMANDED to sum mon GOO WAN HOY; ENOCH JOHN HQS; KAMAKA STILLMAN; ROSI McINERNY, wife of E. A. Mclnerny; E. A. McINERNY: CARL ONTAI; GEORGE D. ROBINSON: CEQRGr I T. ROBINSON; J. A. MAGOON: LI L1ICALANI; THOMAS LALAKEA: HOSE Iw AIAU; LUM CHAN: CHIN- kwau khi: Wong leong: HAR RY DOE JOE; JAPANESE BENEVO ; LENT SOCIETY, a corporation; W O. SMITH, S. M. DAMON. E. FAXON ; UISHOP, ALBERT F. JUDD and ALr j rilED W. CARTER, Trustees under t:.e Wi:i and of the Estate of Bernlc j Tauahl Bishop, ...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 20 July 1912

On Terms Easy- On IT Easy 1-3 30 Days - 1-3 60 Days Household Department - Fort and King Sts. Fo o ds ' Fried In J. Le). Arc Delioiously Crisp and Dry When you use.Cricco for frying, the improvement over butter and ... lard is perfectly plain. Your Grocer Sells It FOR RENT. 'FURNISHED ISFLAlFOiifll House on Green St., , Two Bedrooms, $45 per r month House on Kewalo St., Three Bedrooms $75 per month. Bishop Trust GoM Ltd. 824 BETHEL STREET Tr- f UV- I t f ? .' i - A i 11 - V i HEAL ESTATE 0. OlCunh So Says Prof. Turner Milky : Way Is Eouatorial . n.it I ' ' . , - . ,- !.-.' - . -; WAS! II GTOr, : June 2" ; new and amazing: theory of the universe H J put forward by Prrf.- ,:. H. Turner of i the Royal Asifonomfcal Society of community of ; sara, numberine- hei estimates about 1,000,000,000, is sus- I-ended in srnc in the shape of a; somewhat flattered - globe, with "the an my way i or us equatorial neir. ." Astronomers at the National Obser vatory her are nrossed by Prof. Turners viw. ...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 20 July 1912

I . . . ...... A A ) . 4 . seamnis FOR 8AN FRANCISCO 0. 6. Sit'rra. ........... ..July27 S. S. Sonoma ........Augutt 9 S. 8." Sierra. ............ ...August 24 & 8. Ventura.....; September 6 C. Brewer & Co., Ltd:, Pacific Mail hteamer uf the above company will call at Honolulu fort on or about the dales raentioued below; , roK THE oriext.-v - ' 0. Q. Persia. ....... ...,.'..'July 27 C. 8. Korea. ..August 1 0. S.-Siberia.. ...August 16 or trwal Information apply io H. Hackfeld & TOYO KISEN fCAISHA Steamers ot the above Company clout the dates mentioned below: run .TrtB ORIENT. C. 0. Tenyo Maru.... ......... July 18 G. 0. Shinyo. Maru. ........ August 9 C. 6. Chiyo Maru....... September 6 C. 8. Nippon Maru. ...... September 27 - Call at Manila, omitting call at CASTLE & COOKE; Llatson . .... j, . Navie: - Direct Service Between San Francisco and Honolulu, i no:i San Fjuivcisto. vmi san riuxcisca t D."; 8. Hcnelulan., . .V, . .... . . July 17 8. S. Wilhefmlna.'. .". .. ...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 20 July 1912

HONOLULU. STAR-BULLETIN, SATURDAY, JULY 20, 1912. WANTS WANTS A m i 1 TO LET ROOM AND BOARD. V - - -' 2, 1 r 1 v.- A 33 WANTED. . J. in. ..1. dkm n Hwa ruua niirr ui iiirvci . jjciici iv ; Buffer from stomach ache than D. Ts. 1 - Nothing but good effects from drink i. tag our Root Deer or Pineapple Hon.' Soda Water Co.. 31 A N. Beretanla. C. E. Frasher, mgr. 4941-tf Experienced bookkeeper, city refer ences, wants a position, or will sub stltute during vacation. Addrees -8.' S. this office. 62913t Partner with $800 for manufacturing business. Large profits. For details adores A-RV Star-BulUUn. , . , :o-lm 8ITUATI0N WANTED. Voung man CJapaneee);,can gpeak and write Bhrlish weU: lias Kood expert-: ence. store and . offlce. work., Ad dress "T. IL". this office. . . 62S0-3t Civil engineer, 10 years, experience. Plantation. Preferred. .."W. IL S" Hon. Star-Bulletin.. S2S8-lm Position by Japanese as chauffeur. Two years' experience. Telephone 2839. Ask for, Inoue, , :. ; :.:&265-2m Pos...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 20 July 1912

24 " HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, SATURDAY, JULY 20, 1912. e- Pn TT TT TTl TTTT 7 1 TTT i mis, mm OF By Emgrson Hough CcyjTitfct, !?37, fcy tie OnHsf Pci3ilki ". ., cotar f . CHAPTER XVI. The- Betrothal. J. " STR KNOTn ca rat to us a " we Lad cei'd, and gradually even tbe weaker of ns two became able tu complete, the day' Jour ney without the exhaustion It at first b.id cost her. Rummer was jow upco os. nod the beat at mfdday was. In tense, although the nJsbtn. cs usual, were cold- Deprived of nll pnrk ani mal except our doz,.we were perforce .educed to the lightest of1 pear." and Jiscocifort win our continual lot. Food, however, we could still secure, abun dant neat and sometime tbe. roots of plants wblh I dus up and tested, though 1 scarce knew what they were. We moved steadily on toward tbV tvest aud northwest but although we croW d many old Indian trail, we -saw no more of theae savago travelers of the plains." '.-.' ' ; -.' ,- It would be bootless to pas beyond Laramie Into the moun...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 22 July 1912

1 From H. F.i Persia. July 27. rr s. v:x Siberia, July 22. From Van con vtr: Marama. Aug. 14. For Yanromrri , Makura, Aug. 13. WW iff nYW rrC? Z$ 0UJ 1 1 1 D Evening Bulletin. It. 1882. No. Hawaiian K tar. Vol. XX,. No. 6335. 12 PAGES. HONOLULU, TEKIJITOIIY OF HAWAII, .MONDAY, JULY 22, 1912. 12 PAGES. PRICE F1VUCENTS an n i i 3 i i Hflw i i 1 n i- i JuJ u ! UULT U KU U J JL s 0 i Urn Harvard's Distinguished President Emeritus In Hawaii with Conclusions Rcached--"Exempt Private Property From War Seizure" "The chief contributory cause to world peace would be the adoption by the nations of the policy advocated by the Unitec Gtatea for more than a hun dred yeare; that of exemption from seizure of private property on the high teas in time of war. If universally adopted it would be a long step to ward disarmament." Standing on the deck of the Siberia as he nosed her way through the channel this morning. Dr. Charles W. fcllot, president emeritus of Harvard, trustee of sthe Carnegie Peace F...

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