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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 22 July 1912

i SMppMg I BATTLE ON V :. ' Five hundred Oriental steerage pas sengers, V who swarmed the lower decks of the Pacific Mall liner Si herla, were involved in a battle, early last evening, which, before the dis turbance was quelled through the cool-headed action of the little band of American officers resulted In sev eral bruised heads and bodies, and at the same time created all kinds of excitement for the small list of cabin passengers. J Filipinos, to the number of, nearly, two hundred, enroute from the Phil- innfn..tn, o0M,Mt..onf are characterized by officers In the Siberia as the direct cause of the trouble that served to spread the riot tall to all portions of the ship, as the vessel nearea me nawauan isianus. Despite all efforts towards main- talning a segregation of Filipinos and other Asiatic races, the little orown Droincrs are cnargeu wun nav ing disobeyed the regulations, and found their way into the portion of the steamer reserved for the Chinese and" Japanese. It was not ...

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. — 22 July 1912

HONOLULU STAR-BULLE1IK MONDAY, JULY 22, 1912: a wedding Present vyortn uivmsr i Kitchen Cabinet, Completely Outfitted SEE OUR WINDOW FOR A BIG DISPLAY OF KITCHEN FURNITURE Coyne Furniture Go. '.. ; ' Limited ' If there's one thing that does not" admit of any guessing it's . fitting . . . - SPECTACLES and EYEGLASSES Our Spectacle Fitting is done on the basis of knowing how , from start to finish. .It's a success! : ' A. N. Sahford, optician . Boston Building . Fort Street ; , Over May & Co. . TRY OUR mm cma. "ILIMA" Brand pencils green wood, black lead are just right for general business use. 50c the doz. Hawaiian News Co. I y ' ' ' ' Limited' v - ..v" YOUNG HOTEL BLDG. .Evictees To help the "Duke" Fund, we are celling hand-painted Postals of 'Duke" in some of his swim ming and surf Tiding stunts. 10c Each Entire proceeds to be turned. over to the fund. -''.' A -' ' Honolulu Photo Supply Co.; . - "Everything Photographic" awaiian Special Sale Veedon's Bazaar :. 1140 FORT 8TREET J...

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. — 22 July 1912

HONOLULU STAH-BULLETIXMOXDAY, JULY 22, 1012. la which is .combined the HAWAIIAN ;STAR. estab liBhed 1833. and the EVEXI.NQ BULLETIN, establlsh ed 1S82. . ; . v.- - . MEMBER ASSOCIATED PRKSS." IULEY H. ALLEN. . . . . . . . .v.'.v. . A .Editor WALLACE EAIUUNGTON . ....... ... . . ......... .Business Manager UAIN.OFFICES .......... ..... io:9 ALAKEA street Telephones 21S5 225G BRANCH OFFICE....... MERCHANT STREET ' Telephone 22 CI. ' , . SlisCIUPTIOY RATESr DAILY STAR-EuLleTIN Per ilonth, anywhere In United States .75 Per Quarter, anywhere In United States ......... 2.00 Ter Year, anywhere In United States ...... 8.(MJ Per year, postpaid, foreign.... ..12.00 SEMI-WEEKLY STAR-BULLETIN Per Six Months ............ .. ........$ 1.00 Per Year, anywhere In United States ............. 2.00 ler xear, anywhere in Canada ................. 3.00 Per Year, postpaid, foreign .1, .. .. ...... i 4.00 f " ON DAY .............JULY 22, 1912 . Great hearta alone - understand how ntueh glory there ix in he...

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. — 22 July 1912

m mj 1 AMUSEMENTS. si m i HONOLULU STAn-BUJ.LEMX, MONDAY, JULY 22, 101 2.- m RECREATIONS J1, HINTS ON -HONOLULU AND ON DRESSING FOR . . While discusing an article publish ed In oce of-tht current maeax'iu on the cost of wenten'a dress a friend j si oke of the superiorly of the woolen coit suit worn by the women cn tne : lit. Inland over the 11: gerle frocks v.orn in the tropics. Perhaps one does look Komew hat neater in the suit out Murely It cannot be quite as healthy ot comfortable as "the summer gawn that is so frequently sent to the laun dress. The. heavier garment is ala tar more expensive than the ligbl.v i o.-e for no girl or woman lsiatisliea V': with Jess than two or three suits, anl although one wants even mo;e of the w a h a Lie dresses the material for otn such frock can be purchased for a very small amount. The young girl who accustomed to wearta; the little gingham wash dresses can buy the material for something less than a dollar. Women can dress far more In expensive...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
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Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 22 July 1912

HONOLULU 'STAn BULLETIN, .MONDAY,. JULY J,1912. - J. ' ft ur Vacation Money is eatily provided if you will -systematically deposit aoma part of your earnings in our Savings Department. Start an account now (1 opens an account) and rr.cke regular deposits, and when , tha next vacation comes you will have funds for a trip. Bank of Hawaii, Ltd. Capital-Surplus, $1,200,000 INSURANCE C Fire Life Accident Ilarine Plato Glass Surety : liability I? If Honolulu ; ncre nraln swept by a rnullacradon, rould' you rollcct jour Insurance? C. Brewer 6 Co., Ltd. ; . - --' ' - , - - j (ESTABLISHED 1826) represent tlio (lie Jarpest and hiron?it .fire Insurance compa nies In the norld. i;. Lowest.Rates : Z . v Liberal Settlements ; FIRE INSURANCE Jhe C. F. Dillingbam Co. : LIMITED - . " fleneral Accnt (or Ilanall: r . 1 1 ! Atlas Assurance Company of London. Aw Tork UdeTileJ Agenej. t; rroildeure Uashlnton Insurance Co. 4tb FLOOIL, STA!0E'lf ALD BLDG. ( Llgrc tlian a Million Dollars Report of the Insur...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 22 July 1912

y r :- i. t HONOLOLO STATMiULtETf-VMONDAY, .TOLY 22, 10li FOR RENT FURNISHED On Easy Terms Iiimitcd On Easy Terms REBELS WRECK Til A Iftf HIED WSk mM J :v-v j i Z -;'"-...;v;;..'... ill V Y V , 1-3 Cash 1 -3 30 Days - 1 -3 60 Days Household Department , Fort and King Sts. House on Green St., Two Bedrooms, $45 per month . ' '' . .' - House on Kewalo St., Three Bedrooms $75 per month. Bishop Trust Co., Ltd. 924 BETH EL 8TREET -j v u Aro Foods Fried In BoHcxoToly Crisp and Dry When you ue Crisco for frying, the improvement over butter and lard is perfectly- plain. Your Grocer; Sells It J REAL ESTATE . INVESTMENTS u. u. uunha 78 Marehav'8L Phone XS22. J. ' HOLMBERG ARCHITECT. Estimates Furnished on Buildings. Rates Reasonable. 'f ,,"-:: - v - ' v ,w- .v -;.'' . 160 Hotel SL, Oregon Bldg. TeL. S6i von Hamm -Young Co., Ltd. Pionccri and Lr . in v the Automobile Business Agents for such well-known cars as Packard, Pope-Hartford, Stevens- Uuryea, - Cadillac, Thomas Flyer. Buick, Overland, B...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 22 July 1912

HONOLULU STAR-BULLE1 IN, MONDAY, J ULY 22, 1 912. A Hot. Weather W arning in feeding babies and chil dren it is impossible to overestimate the import ance of pure .milk. This is particularly so during protracted hot weather , such cs we are now hav ing. The milk we supply is from certified cows, fed on rich alfalfa, and every dairy is kept in perfect sanitary condition. Every precau tion is exercised to prevent contamination between the milking and delivery. Every botle is automati cally sealed. Every ounce of milk is electrically treated. ; THE MILK WE DELIV ER IS ABSOLUTELY PURE AND RICH IN FOOD VALUE. Honolulu Dairymen's Association .Phone 1542 C. Q. Yee Hop & Co. MEAT MARKET AND IMPORTERS Telephone No. 3451 Clothing and Shoes Yee Chan & Co. BctKel and King Streets. BUY YOUR DRY GOODS FROM Kwong Sing Loy & Co. King Street, Three Doors from Bethel DR. ELIOT, F0Q5T Ml CiTIZi, ID HIS CI I lionized :r the undergraduate curricula FINE LINE OF DRY GOODS VAII YING CHONG CO.,...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 22 July 1912

HONOLULU- STAR-BULLET IX, JIOXDAY, JULY 22, 1912. 0 LAURENCE REDINGTON SPORTING EDITOR THE TRUTH ABOUT SPORT IS NEVER A KNOCK 1 'I i i GETS FIRST L e u gup by mm J OiUlO buhfs mu FEATURE f - i;lv championships: open tod A Y 0 0101 LOCAL FOUR COMEiflAME v FROM BEHIfJD ID WIN DY LAURENCE REDINGT.ON. All the world loves an uphill fighter, and when' It's the homo team that's making tLe fight, so that local , pride andnn appreciation bf gameness can jOahu'a Blues downed the hard-riding l ull locether. and when, to can thelMauItes last Sat urday. There may a successful ngnt. not much more can be asked of sport. That's1 why Honolulu went polo mad Saturday, when, after one of the mpst exciting and cleanly played games ever seen In the Islands, the Cairo four snatched v victory out of the fire, and won an extra-period g3me from Maul, score 8 to 7. ' It was a 'great game to watch, a rrand game to win. but a heart-break-irgly hard one to lose. At half time ..laul led by a score of C to 3, and ...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 22 July 1912

HONOLULU STAR BULLETIX, 3IONDAY, JULY 22, 191 v c WANTS S WANT S 10 WANT TS TO LET. ROOM AND BOARD. Mr i u it i v at; S Bk. . yCs. cs. -l? " l 1 I J V ff WANTED. More soda water drinkers. Better Eufft-r from stomach ache than X). Ts. Nothing but good effects from drink ing our Root Beer or Pineapple. Hon. Soda Water Co.. 34 A N. Beretania C. E. Frasher, mgr. 4941-tf Experienced bookkeeper, city refer ences, wants a position, or will sub stitute during vacation. Address 'S. H", this office. 529l-3t " Partner with $800 for manufacturing business. Iarge profits. For details address F. A. E.", Star-Bullet In. 5290-lm SITUATION WANTED. Civil engineer, 10 years' experience, i Plantation preferred. Hon. Star-Bulletin. "V. II.. s.-, 5288-lm Position by Japanese as chauffeur. Two gears' experience. , Telephone 3839. 1 Ask for Inoue, " 5265-2m . Position by Japanese chauffeur. Ref erence. Nagai, Tel. 2471. ' 5270-1 rr. Position by young Japanese as chauf feur. "J., P. O. Box 680. ' 5292-lm HE...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 22 July 1912

HONOLULU STAR-BULLE1 IX, MONDAY; JULY 22, 1912. 12 1 OCEAMEO Steamship . TOR SAN FRANCISCO 8. 8. Sierra...... ........July 27 H. 3. Sonoma.. . ., S. S. Sierra. , . , . . August 9 . . . .... August 24 Ventura. .September 6 J C. Brewer & Co., Ltd., Pacific Mail rireainers of the above company port on or about the dates mentioned FOB THE OHIKXT. S. 8. Persia...... .......July 27 8. C. .Korea......... August 1 S. S. Siberia.............. 4 August 16 For neral lr' -mat Ion apply to H. Hackfeld & T0Y0 KISEN. KAISIIA Steamers ot the above Company about the dates mentioned below: FOB THE ORIENT. 6. 8. Tenyo Maru. ........ ....July 18 G. 8. Shinyo Maru..... ....August 9 ft. 8. Chiyo Maru...... .September 6 8. 8. Nippon Maru. v.... September 27 Calls at Manila, omitting call at CASTIE & COOKE; dfatson Navigation Company Direct Service Between San Francisco and Honolulu. FROM SAN FRANCISCO. r FOR SAN FRANCISCO. 8. 8. Honolulan..:...:......:july17 S. 8. Wilhelmina;.......t;.,..JuIy ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 22 July 1912

12 HONOLULU STAK-BULLE1 IX, MONDAY, JULY 22, 1012. LEGAL NOTICES. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF'tHE " FIRST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, TER RITORY OF HAWAII, HOLDING TERMS IN THE CITV AND COUN TY, OF HONOLULU, v TERRITORY OF HAWAII, by Mar Rton Campbell, . Superintendent of Public Work, Plaintiff and Petition er, V. GOO WAX HOY ET AI.. De fendants and Respondents. Eminent Domain." r THRfc SUMMONS. THE TERRITORY OF HAWAII: . T the IIIOH SHERIFF of the TER RITORY OF HAWAII, or Ms Dep uty; the SHERIFF of the CITY AND COUNTY OF HONOLULU, or his - Deputy. . , , YOU ARE COMMANDED to sum mon OOO WAN HOY; ENOCH JOIIN BON; KAMAKA STILLMAN; ROSE MclNEIlNY, wife of E. A. Mclnerny; E. A. McINEItNY; CARL ONTAI; GEORGE D. ROBINSON: GEORGE T. ROBINSON; J. A. MAGOON; LI . LI K ALAN I; THOMAS LALAKEA; HOSE JC 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 BISHOP, ALBERT F. JUDD and AL FRED W. CARTER, Trutteea under the" Wi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 22 July 1912

. -wit ' .-4 ' V From S. F.r TcrFia. July 27. For S. Jr Siberia, July 22. From Van comer: MaramaAug. 14 For Vancouver: Makura, Aug. 13. Evening Rullftln. ftflM!. No. Hawaiian KUr, Vol. XX.. No. 6325. p h I, DM Harvard's Distinguished President Emeritus In Hawaii with Conclusions RcacIied--"Exempt Private Property From War Seizure" "The chief contributory cause to world peace would bo the adoption by the nations of the policy followed by the United States for more than a hun cf red years; that of exemption from seizure of private property on the high seas In time, of war. If universally adopted it would be a long step to ward disarmament." Standing on the deck of the Siberia t 1 A I V- , l mk une nMu ner way inruugn v"7 1 channel this morning. Dr. Charles W. Eliot, president emeritus of Harvard, trustee of the Carnegie Peace Founda tion, and emisxary of education and international Intercourse under the DR. CHARLES IV. ELIOT sweeping plan of yorld-wide amity projected by the Peace Fun...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 22 July 1912

. HONOLULU STAU BULLE' INMOXDAY, JULY 1 VW-. Shipping FILIPINOS AND CHINESE DO BATTLE ON Five hundred Oriental steerage pas sengers, who swarmed the lower decks of the Pacific Mail liner Si leria, were Involved in a battle, early last evening, which, before the dis turbance .was quelled through the cool-beaded action of the little band of American officers resulted in sev cral bruised heads and bodies, and at' the same time created all kinds of excitement for the small list of cabin passengers. j Filipinos, to the number of nearly, two hundred, -enroute from the Phil ippines to the sugar estates of Hawaii are characterized by officers In the Siberia as the direct cause of the trouble that "served to spread the riot call to all portions of the ship, as the, vessel ncared the Hawaiian Islands. Despite all efforts towards mam- taining a segregation of Filipinos and other Asiatic races, the little brown brothers are charged with hav- ing disobeyed the regulations, and found their way In...

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. — 22 July 1912

0, nOXOLDLU STAIi-BULLEl I X, MONDAY, .1 ULY 22, 1012. r - ' Present! Woman A W edding Worth Giving '"- L'-'-r-L ' . ' ' Kitchen Cabinet, Completely Outfitted SEE OUR WINDOW FOR A BIG DISPLAY OF KITCHEN FURNITURE Coyne Furniture Co. Limited - If, there's one thing that does not admit of any guessing it's fitting SPECTACLES and 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,& Co. TRY OUR "ILIMA Brand pencils green wood, black lead are just right for r general business use. 50c the doz. Hawaiian News Co. . Limited , YOUNG HOTEL BLDG. v. , . . , - ' , - Dal 9 s To help the "Duke" Fund, we are selling hand-painted Postals of "Duke in some of his swim ming and surf-riding stunts. 10c Each Entire proceeds to be turned over to the fund. Honolulu Photo Supply Co., "Everything Photographic" r , i .' k- " . -. ' 1HL.IL Oil c Hawaiian Curios Special Sale IVeedoii's ...

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Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 22 July 1912

HONOLULU STAlt-B ULLETI X, MONDAY, JULY 22, 1012. Jmuiutut 0te-Sitlktin Iq which Is combined the HAWAIIAN STAR, estab lished 1893. and the EVENING BULLETIN, establish ed 1882. 3- MEMBER ASSOCIATED PRESS. RILEY H. ALLEN. , . .!. . .Editor WALLACE H. FAUUINGTON - - ...... . . . . . . .... . .... Kusiuess Manager MAIN OFFICES ....... America FirRt7 movement, and lypixentatives! j of all trauxjM)rtation coin pan ies, hotels and pro-U 109 ALAKEA-STREET TclopUoi.es 2I&5 2256 BRANCH OFFICE MERCHANT STREET Telephone 22 C3. . . SCBSCRIITIOA HATES: DAILY STAR-BULLETIN Per 'Month, anywhere In United States .....,;:...$ Per Quarter, anywhere In United States ......... Wr Year, anywhere In United States Per year, postpaid, foreign.... j... SEMI-WEEKLY STAR-BULLETIN .49 2.00 8.00 12.00 Per Six Months ............. .. Per Year, anywhere In United States Per Year, anywhere In Canada .. .. . Per Year, postpaid; foreign 1.00 2.00 3.00 4.00 'ON DAY .JULY 22, 1912 (treat heart alone under xt and 1 ...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 22 July 1912

HONOLULU STAn npU-F IX, MONDAY, .Tl'LY 22, 1012. v . " - ;'rV fllUJ V ' AMUSEMENTS. :- - M THE IWRIIM'S WORLD J RECREATIONS U 1 ""Z'Z ' JIPITS ON' HONOLULU SHOPPING . """" RAYMOND WILL (ffl 1m ID ON DRESSING FOR COMFORT WOMEN'S CLUBS ICHAWGE PROBRAMi -11 tt nn v, While .diBCusinj?. an article publish ed' In ore of. tiie current matfaz'n" on the cost of women's dress a friend spoke of the superiorly of the woolen ccU suit worn by the women oh tne ir.'inland' over . the lii gerie frocks ' worn In the tropics. Perhaps one uoe3 look somewhat neater In the suit out KUiely It cannot be quite as heaky oi comfortable as the summer gywn tl.at Is so frequently sent to the laun T ditss. The heavier garment is ajs lar more expensive than the -Hgbi.v o. e for.no girl or woman Is satisUen uith less than two or three suits, an l although, one wants even moie of the washalle dresses the maUrlal for ou"J such frock can be purchased for a veiy small amount. Thecyoung girl v, ho accustomed to wearU'i ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 22 July 1912

G nOXOLCLP STAH-BULLETIN. 3IOXD.VY, JI LY 22, 1012. Your Vacation Money it easily provided if ycu will systematically deposit tome part of your earnings in our Savings Department. Start an account now (J1 cpers an account) and rnrke regular deposit, and when the next vacation comes you will have funJs .for a trip. Bank of Hawaii, Ltd. v Cspital -Surplus, $1,200,000 Williamson & Buttolph Stock and Bond Brokers Pl.one llhi - P. O. Box m S5 JIERCHAXT STIIEKT Honolulu Stock Excnange JUROEWSEN VAS I DUIN IT; 1 I LOCAQND general Monday, July 22, 1912. INSURANCE 9 fill y Fir o i Life : ' Accident Marine PJ ate Glass ' Surety Liability N A MKOP STOC K. Bid. 'MERCANTILE. ,- C. Brewer. & Co. .. . . . . ... . ' SUGAK. Ewa Plantation Co. . .... , Hawaiian Agric. Co. ...... Ilavv. Com. &'fc ug.'Co.- . . . Hawaiian Sugar Co...... .'. Hcnomu Sugar Co. .... . . Honokaa Sugar Co. ...... Haiku Sugar Co. ...... ... Hutchinson Sugar Piaut. Kahuku riautation Co.'.. Kekaha Sugar Co. ....... K...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 22 July 1912

N HONOLULU BTAR BULLETIX, MOXDAY, JULY 2J, 1012. v.: MM GARLAN STOVES FOR RENT 9 FURNISHED Limited Wtafaey 0? On Easy Terms i i J r On Easy Terms r 1-3 Cash 1-3 30 Days - lr3 60 Days E. . 1H1 ALL a SOFJ S, Household Department v Fort and King Sts. Foods Fried In ... T 1 , 1 U LlCEJl; Aro Boliciouoly Crisp and Dry When you ue Crisco for frying, the improvement over butter and lard is perfectly plain. .; Your Grooor Sells It ; von Hamm -Young Co., Ltd. Pioneers and Leaders in the Automobile Business Agents for such well-known cars as Packard, Pope-Hartford, Stevens- Uuryea, Cadillac, lhomas Flyer, Buick, Overland, Baker Electric, and omen. 1913 American Underslung Models &UPPLIE3 AND REPAIRING ASSOCIATED GARAGE, LTD. For the BEST RENT CARS in the city, ring up for 2000 OLDSMOBILE, No. 403 - LANDAU LET. No. 583 C. H. DEHN Vulcanizing . ALL WT ASK 13 A TRIAL HONOLULU VULCANIZING WORKS Pfcone 1S23 , KapioUni Building AUTOMOBILISTSI NOTICE! We make a specialty of recharging your (stor...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 22 July 1912

DOKOLULD STAR-BCLLE1 IX; JIONDAY, JULY 22, 1012. A Hot Weather Warning In feeding babies and chil dren it it impossible to overestimate the import ance of pure milk. This is particularly so during protracted hot weather such as we are, now hav ing. The milk we supply is from certified cows, fed on rich alfalfa, and every dairy is kept in perfect sanitary condition. Every precau tion is exercised to prevent contamination between -the milking and delivery. Every botle is automati cally sealed. Every ounce of. milk is electrically treated. THE MILK WE DELIV ER IS ABSOLUTELY PURE AND RICH IN FOOD VALUE. Honolulu Dairymen's Association Phone 1542 KOA FURNITURE OAHU FURNITURE CO. . King Street, opposite Young1 Hotel P. O. Box MO Phone 3082 Everything in Furniture Honolulu Wire Bed Co., CORNER ALAKEA AND KING STS. NO PRESERVATIVES IN . . PIONEER MILK THE BEST MILK FOR ALL PURPOSES Your Grocer Sells It ' Graduates Attention . - - . Anything In basket and bouquet work with class ribbons at r...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 22 July 1912

HONOLULU STAR-BULLET IX, MONDAY, JULY 22, 1912. fir' LAURENCE REDINGTON SPORTING EDITOR THE TRUTH ABOUT SPORT IS NEVER A KNOCK J Z . j illlll GETS FIRST LEG Ofl POLO CUP BV BEATING MAUI . - - ... ; ' LOCAL FOUR COME - DY LAURENCE REDINGTON. All The world loves an uphill fighter, and when it's he liome team that's piaklng tLc fight so that local pride and an appreciation of sameness can lull together, and when, to can the - climax, It's a successful fight, not FROM BEHIND AND WIN much more can be asked, of sport, That's why Honolulu went' polo mad Saturday, when, after one of the most exciting and cleanly played games ever seen in the Islands, the Oahu four snatched victory out of the fire, and won an extra-period game from. Maui. score 8 to -1 It was a great game to watch." a - crand game to win. but a heart-break- ;ngly hard one to lose. At half time ; VVaui led by a score of C to 3. and was Outplaying Oahu in every department . ' ' . 1 . i oi the game Victory seemed certain. Then,...

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