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

.nOXOLULU , STAn-BUIiLET IX, TUESDAY, JULY 2, 1012. SMppfuniiic f ' .-'. (Additional Chipping on Pag 13); ,4 v ; v CECORD LIST OF PASS The largest number of passengers ever carried in the Pacific Mail liner Persia sailed or-San Fnindiim at iloon'today, when the crack interme diate steamer pulled away from Ala kea wharf with nearly four hundred , souls.: .1 :: r r - The Persia, from Hongkong by the way of Shanghai and Japanese ports came into the harbor, shortly before ".7 o'clock last evening. Captain John Hill reported a fine -trip across the big pond. The cabin passengers Include a number of "five . wires and for this reason merrimen reigned supreme throughout the voy ""age. - .' - . ; The Persia carried 401 passengers : from Japan at Honolulu, 254 of whom left the vessel at the Paradise of the Pacific. Included in the list are a dozen or more returning mlssionar- . Ks. The length' of stay made at this port gave ample opportunity for the through passengers to enjoy the beau tics, ...

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. — 2 July 1912

HONOLULU X: -7 i 1 , .-. i . i 4t A T07 AFTER A 1 'mmii i mmmmmmmmmmmmmmtmmtmmmmmmmmmmamammm .' ? :' ':- ; ""'-'-'! . "NyV ; ' ' " ' ' " -...:'.'.' ". ' . ' ' ','"' - ' ;. ' ' -. .'.;'..:': s O f ' -." . ? " . . i v;:: ';,;;- ; :-;v " v V--'.-;": ..V : THE YACHT HAWAII JUST AFTER THE FINISH , The picture nas mapped from the committee launch Jast as the local yacht picked up t.c InlrcpJd's low. X ole the leg o mutton mnln1 neccssr. lated lr the hroken main pafi.) - i . . - .i; . . . ' : . ' - s MLAiMLlI I'JLL SEEK City and County Clerk Kalauokala- nl, in charge 'of registration lists for- tfce.County of Honolulu, will seek out the edjinquent voter by making a com plete tour of all country districts be ginning with Monday, July 22nd. The enrollment of names on the pages of theGreat Register moves en tirely too slowly to suit the force of assistants In the Clerk's offlce. The registration for. 191.-. totaled 7481. The Great Register .will be closed to voters at midnight on Octo ber ICt...

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. — 2 July 1912

HONOLULU ISi'AlMiULLET '11V Cib.ii ; -..jI'LI' , ugIuIu Dim -Sullettu which la combined the HAWAIIAN STAR, estab lished 1SD3. and the EVENING - BULLETIN,' establish ' ed 1S82. . - , , ; MEMfiEU ASSOCIATED TRESS. : I LEY II. 'ALLEN. , ....... . Editor VALLACE J? FAHHINGTON. V . . I; 1 7. . . 1 . . . . . .j. . . . . . . . . . ; . . . IJiisiness,. Manager IAIN OFFICES Telephones 21S5 niANCH, OFFICE 1CZ.9 ALA KEA STREET 7 MERCHANT "STREET Telephone 22 C5. This is a lime when ''disaster jsfoHmv Kpnsion as sure and as Kinister as a ho the trail. National unity is threatened by the rule-or-nihi policy blind ,to the fact that great nations are founded on constructive, not tie? structivc policies. LTawaii has much to do: in the next few-years, little time to do it. Kuhio's x position and that of others, less openly in the i ngin put not less active, (roes not mase ior unuy t i LIL-I" or compromise, even honorable, progressive, rspevjat. correspondence. sfrr-BuiMiM agreement Hawaii cannot aff...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 2 July 1912

lio.aJiA LU AIMiULLKT K;r TUv-DAY, JULY i:, 1A'2. . . , . . . , . - ..-..:(.: - . , - ; , i i . . LEAVES i lilUhl L Ml S f TOM 311 11 11 Most Wonderful Photo-Play Ever Exhibited I I ; ! r it AN ARTISTIC DRAMA REPLETE VITH THRILLING SCENES v. n n . 71 To i . n vi FT?? v In' Addition To, 17 Jive jzL'CrclU.' VciHi li ,4 I f p. .Uiev.imnc: FO Don't Tico Thic Show :MGE-2TS 'ONLY, rr o, Many Friends of iMr. arid Mrs. Felmy Will Bid Godspeed at - j Farewell Reception I i The Knights of Pythbs Hall al tbo corner of Fort and Beretanla streets: ' has been rented by the locii Genuans for next Saturday night and Qere they will : all congregate to bid fare well to Mr. and Mrs. Felmy, who in- tend to return to Germany in the near j future. Pastor Felmy leaves on ac count of his health after hating resld-; ' ed here for over 11 yeirs, and intends j to visit certain " German : Lutheran Churches in Australia, after wuichj he will again settle in the Father- ? land, where a Parish has already been as...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
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Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 2 July 1912

: HONOLULU BTAR-BULLET IK, TUESDAY; JULY 2, 1912. .- i. - X -; 4r WATCH US GROW The Most Free daily delivery in all parts of the city "I - l Telephone 3591 King Street near Fort Stree S t.:j,:-. 1 :1 t 7 J- :V.V;:;: Popular :;; v;; : ,: House Furnishing Store in Honolulu v We Of I i Frederick Biggerstaff and Vm. Edwin Chamccrlain G.ve .; : Rare Treat ; 'The- concert at ' Bishop Halt' last nlpLt given by Mr, Frederic Bigger-, Ktaff rnift,' 3tid ..Mr.' William Edwin' jCh imlerlalni baritone. Was 'a notable one in the annals .of . music, in. Hono-, lulu. Considering And -.lateness 'of the , Scascn the audience as a fair siz ed cneja to numbers., but; it is safe to say that not in a long time has a Honolulu audience, been so carried away, as to show such demonstrations cf. approval and insistent. and pexs. st ent marks of favor, as they manifest rd last evening. , This was alk the more a compliment tothe artists be cause the elite of Honolulu's niuslcal cult was present. ' Mr, Chamberla...

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

HONOLULU-- STAR-BULLETIN, TUESDATrJULT 2;1912:' J , ,. " . ' iff - - i' 1 V J H AN i "-.,"4 4 ' ' ' - -(( -. , i .. We carry all Irinds of shoes, but when we have fitted you out with 9 pilr of HANANSMOE we somehow feci rncre contented because know yoU Have bought the best shoes made j; i . ... : , "v -. Lovo c von LC-Ycij k. ' ' . . . . Pioneers and Lexers b i Arcf.is for fjch vc!!-!.-c,.n cars T 1 j t- f . r ' - -13 uick. Overland, ' Baler Electric, ana 1 Ht - JL wv JL. t "jnCiicr.n" .-Un:!:r!::: '1 . CAHO ' V; :- Types 12 and StCsn Ca Cen at Our . ' - -; Cars; 9 " , imbriccii Co.,1 Corner Atxkc and Hctsl Ctreets GCO. C'CCCKLCYV Cc!a' D'strJbutcr - ' -- ' f S 0 w It. k. W W M M ACrOCIATCD CARAGZ, . LTD. ' cct i j:.: An CAr.r.iAczTca. f 'trchxnt Ctrttt ' 1 v For th DEST RENT CARS In tht city, ring up for. - - - .''. --...-.. ; OLDSMbciLE. No. 433 . IJVNDAULET, No. 5C3 v C. H. D E H N r Vulcanizing AJLIt VTE" ASK 13 A. TPJAI . HONOLULU VULCANIZING WORKS Phon 123 KapiolanI CuUdina . U...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 2 July 1912

HONOLULU RTAn-BULLETIN, TL'KSDAY, JULY 2, 1912. n At the W supply all kinis ,-:: . J. I.: INDUSTRIAL GOODS In your own. interest ask by retyrn of mail our free Catalogue sent postpaid, which it our mute Traveller and contains over 20,003 article with 10.COO illustrations. We hold univertal references at Buyers' disposal.. Established in 1CC3 . ; V.'e Sell to Dealers Oniy f ' ' "a ! M I . j) ' ' PHONE 131 V 'OJT23 qi!. dn cpis'tqGjj'.sj 1!" , . .-..LJ ri f3 Liiniicd ojnjrjjnj jnoA uotp jnq. iip;udci sj pc s;m 0 0 0 6 "v 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 ' i V 0 0 ' For Ecveral years we have handled the PeJouse, and it is a dandy. There is such a demand for them that we have ''had trouble in ceding our orders filled promptly. We have several '-sizes and can give you any thing frcsT the ordinary family size up to the" big Tailors Coosc. , Have you seen the little decide stoves, toasters and ' vcitcrhcatcrs tnzdz by the same people? They are the best in the line and will interest you. ? . - " I' 00KCOv...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 2 July 1912

N IIOXOLULU STAB-BULLET H, TUESDAY; JULY 2, 1012.-- r a rr. ::i .Cc: J Vcltje of a . Dollar V v : . : -..'. : V .'. : ' -' . :;- '. V'-.-' ' U'esKfntlal to financial success. A Savings Account for your boy will be an education in this first gr tat principle.. Yon can open on account with one dollar and a Home Bank will be tfiven you. , Interest paid on all d-p)sjts CAK.iOFI.AWAll.Ltd. Capital and Surplus, $1,230,003 ilecident Plato Glaca Curoty v Liability Trust Co., crrflrt'etrttt If Ilcuolaln lvpre iiraln swept -' y " ne: : " ; : .. . sA.T3Tj ua" collect jc::r I::s;:r:::;ce? - n i (J (HSTAJiLIlIED 1S26), .. .N rrprornt t!.c tl:e largest end fctrcr rcst f.rc ln::rance .cocipa-." ' tiles i:i t!.o v.crl-. (.-:- : Lov;c:t Rates ; Litcrcl C 2 til cm cuts FiRE IIISURAIICE n::Q..r.ri!!i::nmCo. ; -Central A'cvzt tsr UanaUi 9 . AVas.Atzz::-:? Ccr.;-2sy cf Losses. Aw Tcr!i ::ndlcrs Agency.. rroiU:r.:2 V.:' !: Ins urates Co. ith FLCOT, rA:;GL:iV,'ALD LLBG. Report cf the Insurance Commia Elon...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 2 July 1912

i V " ' 10 nONOTXIXr :SVPBULLETINJ TUESDAY, JULY : 2, 1012. FAR- ruirC i d BULLETIN'S mm r- - rsBMrj w m-' - J 0 . POLOISTS OEniii TO . First Team Perfecting Cdmbi- nation Work by Playing Tot gether Tournament Pros pect. - The- Oahu polo team Is rapidly de veloping into the eort of smooth-working machine that keeps the ball mov- ? J'1?,1 tloJv hat ti fcfTrv-rii bucks .anrt'e amies ,oui of fiv tM, ,.n . Tii.i-int. , r., ... , i me. eaon,1 wnp me local piayers were Kpllt up Into color teams, the men 'who; will, weir the blue "of Oahu in the L. . ... ' coming Interbland championships got plenty of individual practise, but they were nadly lacking . In combination work. ; due to the fact that they were continually playing behind or in front of new men. For the last few weeks, '.however the -first; team has been play ing togetherand right up to the time of the tournament the ,men will, be - given, every chance to polishiup their team work, against the strongest sec ond four th;at can be b...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 2 July 1912

HONOLULU STABU fCICiC jCj050i02CiCiCOi040tOiOOiOiO'0OiO'!0sOiOOig for the Fourth of July Races, 1912 Spreekels FrkKahului, Maui o o o u o .0 o o o n 0 o 0 0 0 0 0 P First Race Runninsr Race, mile dash, free for all. . $200. 00 '2 '-Jjurd Race Running, free for all, 2-year-olds, mile , Jash ....?. ..".......v............. 250.TX) r" rUUKill IVAtt lIlHUIli: IIU 1 '"K ' 3f ""iv- f heats: two in three ..V ..... 330.00 First .... . . . . . .... : Z00.0U ; X Second .. . . . i . . . . . ........ . . .. . .. . . ..... . . . . . 50.00 $ 9 ... . 0 , 0 Fifth Race Running, free for all, 1 Venule dash, purse 750.00 j o Sixth Race Runnincr, free for all, ponies 14-2 or under, 125.00 lj mile dash, purse . . . . ; . H '.Seventh ' Race Japanese owned horses. M mile dash: First money . lW 1 ti Second money "..,,,".-......,.'. ...V. ... . ..:50.00 :g tinilTJl kace Running iacc, 1 muc aasn, nawaiwui v0 ' v bred:: First purse ................... . . .-300.00 g ' Second purse . . ; . ..... . . .. ..... ....

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 2 July 1912

12 JIOXOLULU STAK-B ULLET I X, TUESDAY, JULY 2, 1912. I- rASSEXGEIIS BOOKED 4 v . - r FOR SAN FHANCISCO. FOR SYDNEY, N. S. W. S.S. Ventura .. ..I...... .July 3 fl.S, Sonoma July 8 FS. Sierra .. July 27'H.S, Ventura .. .. ...........Auk. 5 S.S. Sonoma .. ... "...'.......Aug. , 9 H.S. Sonoma ......... ...Sept 2 S.S. Sierra .. .. ............Aug. 24 S.S. Ventura .. .. ......iv..jSept 30 C. Grever "Cd.,"Ltd.V Pacific Mail . Steamship. Co., T1 )r : hteamers uf the above company-will call, at Honolulu ana leave this fort on or aboui the dates mentioned below ., ' FOn THE OKIEXT. S. S.' Mongolia... i....,.....:.JuIy , 4 S. S. Persia....;...... ....'...July 27 C S.. Korea,... Auguit 1 For? general jlnforrriiltloa tapply Ho - H. Hackfel6L&;Co., Ltd., agents TOYO KISEN KAISHA Etcarticrs ot the above Company - atout the dates mentioned below: . 'r - f -l - ' " ( . - . . .... ron the oiiiext. r C. S. Nippon f.'tru.. ......... .July 12 G. G. Tenyo Maru...... July 13 G. G.SWnyo Maru... ..... ...

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

HONOLULU TAR BULLET JXj TUESDAY, JULY 2, 19i! WANTS WANTS A A i -t rm TO LET. . A . - V WANTED. Mure noda -water drinker. Better to aunVr from saomtcn ache than D. Ts. Nothing but good effects from drmk ing our lioot Beer or Pineapple Hon. Soda Water Co., 34A N. Beretanla. C. li Frasher, mgr. 4941-tf Position by Japanese as chauffeur. Two year' experience. Telephone 3829. Ask for lnoue. .5265-lm Position by Japanefce chauffeur. Ref erences.. Nagal, Tel. 2471. 5270-lm To buy 144-egg Incubator. Address E. H" this office. 5274 -St SITUATION WANTED. Young lady, experienced stenographer, desires a permanent position.. Ad dress "A M.", Star-Bulletin office. . . . 5277 : .- ; .V, Experienced teacher wishes position as teacher to a deaf mute child. Miss Sara McBrlde, 424 Beretanla S, 5272-Ct . HELP WANTED. You are wanted for Government posl tion. 3fc0 month. Send postal for ILst of positions open. Franklin In rtltute, Dept. 437P., Rochester, N. Y. S244-2m ART NEEDLEWORK." Madeira, French an...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
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Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 2 July 1912

11 HONOLULU STAK BULLETnr TUESDAY, TULT; 2, 1912. f r t on nr A - s - r, r r- ! 3 I - i (Hi ,1! ft ..J 4 4 i 1 1 , 1 . I r WbvJ t jU.w m.m. L J. ii J U 3'L I I M FT M rv'A ! a - : 'uAG3SG0 Geary Street, above Union Square European Plan $LCO a Jay tip American Plan 3.00 a day up Xev steel and trick structure. Lvtxy comfort and convenience. A hih class hotel at very moderate rates. Ia the center tf jbtarreand retail district On car lines trans ferring to all part of city. Electric omnibus meets trains and steamers. Hotel Slcwart recognized as Hawaiian Island Headquarters. Cable Address Trawets'ABC code, J.H.Love.IIonolulu representative. or h Hotel Potter, Santa Barbara X fc t . - L k. lj w r . pp . r . rj t 17 FwnCiI Circct itfcirkit. l . . t t. . . I ;tJ Concrete C. c : iei'. -3 tc-:ti .:..! 1 ttock. Hiteif t. 11.53 to S Z2tzrCzy. F.LU?.Turp!.i, Preps. 4 L';n: ?3 Colonial has the patronage of the people' who know what a Ood hotel "Yhould be from point of culnlne and ser vice. r.:::s...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 3 July 1912

From S. F.: Lurline. July' 3. For X. F.i ; Lurlinc-Korea,JuIy U From Tjtnroavrr: Zcaiundia, July 17. " For Yancptnrr: n o . o Marania, July 1C 1 AM I vr A. 'a 0 Hawaiian Fiar, Vol. XX. No. C3o. ,. " v renins Hulletln, Est. 1SS2, Xa 579. ' ;A M i) " II . v M H " U T r-f ! II' - J .1 . . rJ ; , ; ' . vJ POT. -Q -fl-II IHQM0UJL1I.. ::u)Mte;-:la;Wliibit uu h ii u v i i! ii m n nw i i n u i - : nn tttt :m " GLWUS411 ,- " Tin Tl ""nr- Fluttering Flags and Bunting ' " I ("I City's Attire for Nation's - o - . , . - u u u U 0 -U y L EAGLE TO hake its sqream IUGES HONOLULU, TEnKITOUY6p ILV'AII, WEDNESDAY, JULY 3, 4912.--14 PAGES. n) H, n rtaincd for Safety of . ... ..v.,,. ..orrrovisionea Tor ' C Long Voyage "Where is the Nattose?" . : ' :-Tr' again, this Is the query on rnazo t'i, and not only the yachting irutcruty,. but also the business and rrofctbipnal men of the city,' and' in tact everyone who is in touch' with current events, is speculating on the late ,ot the- little yawl. - That gom...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 3 July 1912

HONOLULU STAR-PULLETIX, WEDNESDAY, JULY 3, 1012. is.-.;. ." ',- i x ? " ' 5 -. i 4 i 11 (Additional. Ship I COAST ARTltLERYLlEW DESERT SHERMAN FOR LIB VENTURA As the tig liner Ventura pulled away from Oceanic dock at eleven o'clock this morning bound for San Francisco, four members of the corps of coast artlllermen, troop passengers In the United States army transport Sherman wer seen to ware a fervent farewell to comrades assembled on the wharf, and at the same time vouch ed the information that they had de elded to "beat It" for greener .fields and pastures new. - . The Ventura, sailing this morning was an occasion of touch merriment The sailing of several theatrical per formers' added a bit of spice to. the spectacle witnessed by presumably a thousand people. The usual musical "serenade from .the Territorial band was a feature of the departure of the liner, which car ried one hundred and fifty cabin and twenty two steerage passengers. Portuguese and Spanish immigrants who but rec...

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

HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, WEDNESDAY, JULY 01 2.. i i v. -- I 8 .Nv s J! t 7? r 1 1 Jlie arc dhrays commanded by those vho produce the best. Over fifty years of 4 tho unchallenfjed --Kins of All Bottled Beers. Its world-wide reputation is iduo to its thorough, ain, mildness cmd exquisite i V 'kUjkU VaUwll i llUlUvU i.U Will 11U UWii.Jl.UWIUwlV -( , . Cct'.Ifi (u?ifA cor or crown caps) at tie Anlicuccr-Busch Bre7ery 1 ft J s In the "belief Jthat a National Guard Armory to le built along the plans ap proved by the War Department and at the necessary cost of 5123,000 is ab solutely essential to the-welfare of Ho nolulu, the majority of the most, prom inent business men of the city have gone onJ record urging the Board of Supervisors io appropriate the money needed to Insure the construction of the building. , The resolution signed by the busi ness men.' was presented to the super visors,' tnc-ther with' a -letter vsigned by, A. J.- Gigrroujt, president of ; the Stent bunts .Association, i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 3 July 1912

HONOLULU STAIl-BULLETIXWEiDNESnAV; JULY ,1912. rtltitTlfftt PVfttt Tt! fnfWl ch1 Territory 19 other lines. A notable con-' - ... i - - In which it combined th UATtfn'W; ftTkrc liahed 1893. and the EVENING BULLETIN', establish ed 1882. L ' Lul Ji MEMBER ASSOCIATED PRESS. KILEY H. ALLEN 1 1 , ; i u A'. . ... . . . .Alitor 1 - WALLACE 11. FAnUINOTON.........:. AIN OFFICES . v nti8ines$ Manager 'milt .' "','... ..; . J. 4 . . . . t 0 VVLAEA STREET . ' Telephones 21S5 2256 - ' H RANCH OFFICE ............... MERCHANT STREET v Telephone 2365. : V SUBSCRIPTION RylTp J $ ; V DAILY STAIl-BIJttfeT - V ' : - Per Month, anywhere In United State ...........$ .75 Per Quarter, anywhere In United States ......... 2.00 IVr Year, anywhere In United States 8.00 Per year, postpaid. foreign.... ................. 12.00 SEMI-WEEKLY STAR-BULLETIN ' r Six Months . ...... 1.00 r Year, anywhere in United States 2.00 . tr Year, anywhere In Canada .. ,.v. ....... 3.00 I r Year, postpaid forelfh .. . .. ............

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 3 July 1912

.t . ' v. HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, WEDNESDAY, JULY 3, 101$?. auxjzziazujz iti?lfl.TiZiY22 I J- ' - - ! i I LJ i : J 3! FRIDAY, JULY 5, 8: IS O'CLOCK GREAT RAYMOND HAD ANCESTOR'S HAHD For Over ' ZOYesra. . vv 1 1! i. 37 ' A i . i ' N A Ycunger Set Entertained. Complimentary Luncheon. I low coreopsis. ; Covers were laid for On Monday afteranorr lfis rWvr'nthvi Mrs. Walter Coombs entertained at Miss Dora Atwater. Miss Juliette At- Wood tntertalnpd wn of th mpmi luncheon on -Thursday In complement water; Miss Muriel Ho watt. Miss Car uoou entertained . some of the lo Alisa.Anxia.-Tucker.- whose, engage-' rfe McLain. Miss He.en cliu. Mjjs! m m. younger Bei ai a r ive meet td Dr. Carl Ramus has been Fanny Hoogs, Miss Elizabeth Eames, Hundred mrty t the Seaside UotcJ. announced recently. Gilt baskets and Miss Jessie Kennedy. ; ' Tie affaii? waV'fn' thV natnre of a looped together with pink tulle and M 1 iti. ' ir. w.A Xt . a n.ii a i Laruen party. lor the card tables were ed on tne tabl? Tf...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 3 July 1912

i . HONOLULU STAR BrLLET IN, WEDNESDAY, JULY 3; 1912. WEATHER REPORT ' 1 - I -I - 4 i HONOLULU, July 1, 1912. GENERAL SUMMARY. The rain werf generally light over the Section, and below the average for the week at all station having a. record cf ten or mor j years cn Maui, in the North Kohala, Hamakua and North Hilo Di-f trict cf Hawaii; in the Hanalei and Kolca district of Kauai, and in the Koolaulca, northern part of Koclaupcko, Honolulu, Ewa, and Wai alua district cf Oahu. In the VVaianae and iouthem portion of the KcolaupcVo district cf Oahu; the Kawaihau and Waimea district:: , tf Kauai; the South, Hilo, Kau. and Scuth Kona district of Hawaii, and cn the Itland cf Molckai the rainfall was above the average for the week. I . . .,. The. following are the total' amounts of rainfall for the week in inches, in the different district of the several Islands: HAWAII Nctth Kchala 025 to 0.73. Hamakua 0.02 to 0.03, North Hilo 0.38 to 1.22. Scuth Hilo 1.96 to 4.29. K3U 0.32 to 0.31, and So...

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

HONOLULU BTAU-BULLETIN, WEDNESDAY, JULY 3, 1912. 7. --rz ; Z 1 5 Vi t t c - r "i 'i I Vi 'r1 f.i Travel In If you intend to live in ;a trunk for. a few weeks this Summer don't fail to see our line. ; Also our exce assortment ot steamer rugs, valises, hand bags, suit cases, ptiohal 1 r J t ? : 1 will find bur prices extremely low considering the high quality of the goods. f . ' - v ' ' il. " o 1 r S Elks' Building . -The Store for Good Clothes l9 ig, near Fort Willianpa & Duttolph Stcchani DondDrohers Phone US - V. 0. Dox t 83 21 JEKCII.1M- STREET I Honolulu Stcicll Exchange i mm mmmt Asked NAAIE OF STt)CK. Bid. V THE BEST EAIi: AVE HAVE SOLD. IN AN AGE1S THAT ' ' FROM RAYMOND RANCH. IT Is KILLED AND DRESSEP ON THE GROUND AND BROUGHT HERE IN COLD STOR- age. " ' ; ? : ? . ..r . .... V; , ' ALSO ' - ' T.-E HAVE MILK-FED BRQILERS AND OLDER, FOUL- r .TRY FOR ROASTING. AND AUSTRALIAN BUTTER. M E TROPOL I TAN ME AT MA RKET ; - i Hcilbrca and Iuis, "..r Telephone 3445. ' , i; WOT A SECO...

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