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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 24 July 1912

11 HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, WEDNESDAY, JULY 24, 1912. A Hot Weaker Warning In feeding babies and children- it is 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 wo 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 automatic catly sealed. Every ounce of milk is electrically treated. THE MILK WE DELIV ER ' 13 ABSOLUTELY PURE AND RICH IN FOOD VALUE. E-Ionolulu Dcirymon's AcsGciation Phono 1542 IMAFURKITORE OAHU FURNITURE XO. s is: l .4 ..it. Z-. . LJ .1 P. O. Box $40 - Phono 3092 Everything in Furniture Honolulu Wire Bed Co., .CORNER ALAKEA AND KING STS. NO PRESERVATIVES IN . '"PIONEER VMli ; THE DECT MILK FOR ' ALL PURPOSES Your Grocer Cell It Graduates Attention Anything In basket and bouquet v.ctk with class ribbons at reaso...

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. — 24 July 1912

...... From S. f.t rerela. July 27. For S. F.i Sierra, July 27 From Vancouver Marama, Aug. 14. For Vancouver: Makura, Aug. 13. ' Kvrnlng DuIW tin. E-t. 1S82. No. 5296. Hawaiian Star. Vol. JCX-. No. 6337. 14ilA(;KS.-IIONOLULU, TKRIUTOKY OF HAWAII, WEDNESDAY, JULY 24, 11)12.-14 PAGES. PRICE FIVE CENTS C). o w. f V 1 i I nn pm (Hf nrrp J U L- u Llliiiii HAM His Condition Varies Hourly but Chances Appear To Be . Against Recovery TOKIO, Japan, July 24. The Mi kado's condition grows much worse and great anxiety prevails throughout the empire. The Emperor is sinking gradually, and is unable to take nourishment. The above cable was received by the NIppu JIji from its Tokio corres pondent at 9:30 o'clock this morning. . The . Japanese consulate also re ceived a. cable stating that the Em per- or'g condition Is regarded as hope- less. V" -.. ; -' ' : At 1 o'clock a second cable received 'stated that the condition of ,the Em jterof had somewhat improved during the day' but that his life, still...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 24 July 1912

HONOLULU STARBULLE' IN, WEDNESDAY, JULY 24,1012. i 1 1 ; : I - -: ,. : : . ... .. . tidessun and moon ' I . . , .. .. . 1 1 tt jlt OOj 16 fia.l3j l .! .- ; - ii. iiai rvnm ONCE A CARRIER. ENTERS LAWFUL ROLE In- the golden Jayg of the moLarchy, and a K'Oakaua dynasty,, when opium in a more or less steady stream enter-. i , f ed the Hawaiian islands, and served ? tj enrich the coffers of a- select circle iJ'jof "importers," the" rakish appearing v ' echooner Halcyon, was one of several vessels .always a familiar figure with i the local smuggler clan. 1 Ol or more old timers In the steamship business,' and now with the Oceanic Steamship Sierra, had oeca- "i slon to rub their eyes before the liner ' i departed from San Francisco, for - there was the former Halcyon, now i urcchrlstened the Vera, and but recent- t ly becune the property . of '.Dr. Smitn . oi" Cttowa, who is said proposes to i "take passage iu the. vessel for the Aictic ocean, there to seek a lost is- -Mand of much value i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 24 July 1912

nOKOLOLO STAR-BDJjLElIK, WEDNESDAY, JULY 21, 1012. A Wedding Worth Present Giving mi-, if, ADUIRAL MAiN GIVES REASONS WHY CONGRESS SHOULD BUILD BATTLESHIPS FOR PROTECT! NOTED MILITARY AUTHORITY FOUNDS ARGUMENT ON MONROE DOCTRINE AND AMERICA'S STAND FOR. IT jlpjgip Kitchen Cabinet, Completely Outfitted SEE OUR WINDOW FOR A DIG DISPLAY OF KITCHEN FURNITURE Coyne Furniture Co. Limittd If there's one thing that docs net admit of any guesting it's fitting . - r SPECTACLES and EYEGLASSES. Our Spectacle Fitting is done on the basis of knowing how from start tb finish. It's a success! A. N. Sanford, OPTICIAN Boston Building . Fort Street v Over May 6 Co. Points to German Policy as Po tent for Future Ex pansion 1 i With the two houses of Congress In .controversy over the battleship building program, the following view of the military situation by no less an authority than Hear Admiral Ma han Is especially timely: j "The late W. T. Stead, a foremost journalist, who went down in the Ti tanic,'...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 24 July 1912

HONOLULU 8TAi:jJULLnTIX, WKDNES I )A Y, .IULY t! 1 , 1 ,) 1 '2. ta which is combined the HAWAIIAN STAR, estab lished 1893, and the EVENING BULLETIN, establish ed 1882. MEMBER ASSOCIATED PRESS. IULEY II. ALLEN. .......... . . mUr WALLACE 11. FAKKINOTON. . . . ... .. .. . . . , Husiness Manager 2IAIN OFFICES . .1059 ALAKEA STREET Telphoues 2185 2256 BRANCH OFFICE ........ t ... ..... MERCHANT STREET , , Telephone 23C3. SUBSCRIPT! OX RATES:' DAILY STAR -BULLETIN ' Per Month, anywhere InUnited SUtes i. ........ ,. .75 'Fer Quarter, anywhere' in United States 2.00 Ter Yfar, anywhere Irtf United States ........... i. 8.00 Vtr year, postpaid, forflgn .UV.....i.....V.. 12.00 SEMI-WEEKLY STAR-BULLETIN 4 4 Vtr Six Months .... ..... .. inn Per Yearr anywhere In United State8 ............. 2.00 Ter Year, anywhere in Canada j. 3.00 Per Year, postpaid, foreign . ... .................. . 4.0-j WEDNESDAY. ....JULY 24, 1912 -lie resolutely and faithfully irhat you are; he humbly ichat you aspire to....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 24 July 1912

HONOLULU STAn-nUILE' IXf WKOXKSHAY, JULY 2!,1012. G AMUSEMENTS. ' . :.' I AM US R-M-E NTS Tonight Tonight . t t CLEVER DANCER WITH PULLASIil CO. The Great furnish v 11 v Lawn Party for Distinguished Visitor. Woo.Maun, the home cfllr. an J Mrs. II. F'. IMMnrham on Reretania I'VtiMje. was the Rne yesterday af - Irrroii of -one of the larcest social functions of the Kummor season, when the 4iarvard Club held a reception lor Dr. and Mrs. CharlcH WV Eliot. The afTair -was larpcly attended re fr. relief 4 c)f I tie fact that many cf the .bfclrty folk are -out of town for th- jMin'tror. Dr. and Mrs. ISIiot, with v. Miss Eliot, Mrs. ilosmer, Mr. and ' J h,T. Walter Dillingham and Mr. and V- Mrs. Harold DillinEiiam, received the put beneath the shade cf a huse poincinna blossoms. Mrs. Harold, niov, with its bright red blossoms. " Rcncath a large tent decorated vltb . P-nc'ana blossoms. Mrs. Harold CasCc and Mrs. Arthur G. Smith as ' fished fjv Mrs. William U Whitney j Mrs. Sherwood Lowrey, a...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 24 July 1912

noKOLULcr starbijlletix, WEDNESDAY, JULY 24, 1012. t-. . BE JUST to yourielf and to thoe who re dependent on you. Oo not spend all you earn. Save tome pert for the rainy : day that is sure to come. Thig you can do without much effort, if you will open , a Savings Account. One dollar will open an account, and with regular deposits you will, soon have a good sum to your credit Bank of Hawaii, Ltd. Capital-Surplus, $1,200,000 I Williamson & Buttolph Stock and Bond Brokers I'hnnr liSi . 1. O. Box iS k S3 JIKKCHAYT STREET i Honolulu StocK Exrftange Wednesday, July 2 I, 1912. NAME OF STOCK. Hid. Asked. LOCAL AND GENERAL It f ' R SURARICE C Firo Life Accident Harino Plato Glass Surety : ! Liability -V' Trust Co., -pfea : Ltd., V tZi Frt Street If Honolnlu Ttrrc iijrnln swept hj a conflagration, could jou collect jonr Insurance! C: Brewer & Co:, Ltd. (ESTABLISHED 1826) Y . ; - . ..-'" ' ' . ' ' ' ; ' ' ' ; represent thcs' the largest nad strongest (Ire insurance compu. nles In the w...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 24 July 1912

3 -v 3.-1 HONOLULU STAR BULLETiX, WEDNESDAY, JULY 24, 1912. . t;- 7- I Special Sale r-7 -rT O ' 1 J ' I j I J A I Useal Prices in J In Pink, Geen and Mixed Colors 0 JLo Jo (SI hi Household Dept. Cor. King and Fort Sts. Love's Drcry ... " 1 1 " " 1 . ... " " . i. - - """,' & J visnoi.; SOFTER; In z Pint and Vz Pint 'CansJust Enough .to Waterproof Your Shoes ' "The. greatest leather preservative, softener and water proof er known. . v ' '',-''.'..'"."'..-'' - For softening and preserving shoes, it has no equal, and by apply ing to old or stiff leather, will restore flexibility. - ' - . : ., , ; ." Invaluable in rainy or wet places. . ' mm ifW MESSENGER BOY PARCEL DELIVERY PHONE 1851 We kqow everybody and understand the business. ' 1lon 2nno jxan jg 2u aajuofWI fIST noqj : Union-Pacific TransferCO; Limited ;- i am Aq poipueq , sj njiujnj JnoA uaijM jnq iiBiBdB s pB Sim Forecast of ResuU of Demo r cratic Victofy Next I 1 November v WOULD SATISFY : - SUQAR IHTERESTS VHlett &'Gray...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 24 July 1912

- nONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, WEDNESDAY, JULY 24, 1912. . Noise Lilie "Bloomin' Beta" niLJD)IICIIM! r Traced To Class In Oratory Why turn yourself into a medicine-chest, filling it with every new concoc tion that comes along? m Nature does the car . ins, not medicine. Ak your Doctor if SUNSHINE AND' Scott's Emulsion u not The treatment for Coughs and Coldi, Grippe, and many other UU. .. AIL BRVtaitTS 11-62 - - , i ,-t-i..-lv,,..'. K tSJgJ'ibi' Ask' for Liiyptok Lenses If you require double vision lenses, you will en joy Kryptok Lenses. With thern you are cer tain of having becoming glasses, perfect for near and far view, and entirely free from any odd appear ance or suggestion of ad vancing years. They can be put into any style frame or mount ing or into your old ones. ....... nifrsi D. Falrweatfier ivianu.'acturing Upticiau iHJilson lllotk. Fort Strett. 9 V It W r " mm - A small number of cheap (lots !n'a iiew tract on Gullck street, just, open ed. Prices ranging from $150 to $500. Kas...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 24 July 1912

HONOLULU STAR BULLETIN, WEDNESDAY, JULY 21, 1912, t r? r7r7 r? and Comment "-7 - W Edited By L. REDINGTON Written by Experts V,. : r7I !A. .-s,r7rA r? 7 J LiJ jij bi v J J Jl, n IQE55 HALTS EIITIKO ITCH II GUARD APJDSTEPHEWSOK Local Han and Harvard Player Put Up Best Tennis of Sec ond Day. The best match of the present cham pionhip tournament, and. In fact, the only one to date that has provided any . real excitement, was called off yester "day evening 'when It became too dark to see the ball on the Beretanla courts. Jack Guard, the local standby, and Oeorge Stephenoa of Harvard t were the contestants, and they made a bitter light of it all the way, The match produced some really sen national tennis, especially In the second set, when Stephenson came up from behind and broke through what looked like certain defeat. With one set to his credit; 6-4,. and 'the score in the second 5-4, vantage Guard who was serving, the match seemed all but - over. Three separate times the local man, wa...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 24 July 1912

10 HONOLULtJ STAR-BULLETIN, WEDNESDAY, J ULY 2i, 10VZ WANTS - r ; WA N T TO LET ROOM AND BOARD WANTS WANTS H WANTED More soda .water drinkers. Better to euffcr from' stomach ache than D.Ts. Nothing but good effect from drink ing our Boot Beer or, Pineapple. Hon. Soda Water Co. 34A N. Beretanla, C. E. Irasber, igr. ,.j 4941-tf Young" Japanese Mho ppeaks Kngllah and writes well want position in any piace. Jias jc-tiauncur . eertincaie. Address TKV P. O. Box 710. . '. 5295-lm -. Partner with .19?,', for manufacturing business. Iarge profit. For details address. "F. A. Ii", Star-Bulletin. 5230-lm SITUATION WANTED Civil engineer, 10 years experience. Plantation preferred. "W. II. S.w, Hon. Star-Bulletin. . 5288-lm Fosltlon'by Japanese as chauffeur. Two years' experience. .Telephone 2839. Aek.for. JnouQ. , . ' 5265"-2m Position by young Japanese as chauf feur. 'J. P..U..Box 6S0. G292-lm AUTO SERVICE. Trips around the Island ' Wednesday ' and Friday; ' 'ra tes' S4.t0 each. Those desiring t...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 24 July 1912

HONOLULU STATJ-BULLE'IIX, WED.VESDAT, JULY 24,1012. 12 .it f .Ocea FOR SAN FRANCISCO S; 8. Sierra."....... July 27 ! . r . S. ,S. Sonoma..... .......Aug. 9 S,- S. Sierra .............. Aug. 24 S. S. Ventura ......... . . Sept. 6 C. Brewer & Co., Ltd., Pacific Mail Steamship Co. fttrnm'TK of the nlKtve company will call at Honolulu ami leave this lrt -on or about the datps mentioned hlow: : r FOR THE ORIENT S. 8. Persia ...... ..... J uly 27 S. S. Korea.............. Aug. 1 S. 8. Siberia.......... ...Aug. 16 " ' For central Information apply to He Haclif old s Co.; Steamers of the aWvfe Company , or about the dates. mentioned below: FOR THE ORIENT S. S. Tenyo Maru........ July 18 S. S. Shinyo Maru. ... . . . Aug. 9 S. S. Chiyo .Maru,;...... Sept 6 8. 8. Nippon Maru......Sept,27 Calls at Manila, omitting call at Shanghai. . ' CASTLE & COOKE, LIMITED, Agents; Honolulu. "Matson Direct Service Between San . FROM SAN FRANCISCO s. s. Luriine;.;.......l:.Juiy'3i ; S. S,- Wiihelmina....

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 24 July 1912

12 HONOLULU STAR-BULLEIINV WEDNKSDAV, ,TPLY 21, 1012. 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. y .TEltRITOny OF. HAWAII, by Mar- -ton Campbell." Superintendent ,I Public -Work, Plaintiff and petition-. r, v.fiOQ,WAN HOY ET AL-. De fendant and Kenpondents.Emlnent ! Domain. TERM SUMMONS. f r 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 his deputy. YOU 'ARE COMMANDED to sum mon GOO WAN HOY; ENOCH JOHN SON; KAMAKA STILLMAN; ROSE MtLNERNy, wife of E. A. Mclnerny; 11. A. . McINEUNY; CARL ONTA1; GEORGE-D. ROBINSON; GEORGE T. ROBINSON; J. A. MAGOON; LI L1KALANI; . THOMAS v LALAKEA; ROSE K. AIAU; LUM CHAN; CHIN KWAU KHI; WONG LEONG; HAR RY DOE JOE; JAPANESE BENEVO LENT SOCIETY, a corporation; W O. SMITH, S. AI. DAMON. E. FAXON BISHOP, ALBERT F. JUDD and AL FRED AY'. CARTER. Trutteta under the....

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 24 July 1912

HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN; WEDNESDAY, .7ULr24; 1912. ' J J L At Our St. Window and See What We' Offer You There for tLh V cj t TT7E have placed on sale for a few days only, three complete lines of TTTTITTEDTD ATXS T7QH': STrEQES,- regular price $4.00 and $4,50. This is a very unusual oppor V V tunity for ydu to purchase these shoes af 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 THET OMAHA WHOLESALE PRICE. Take advantage of this chance and fit yourself out with enough pairs of working shoes to last a couple of-ycars. -7) --3 .xi 77 .. . rcn rTv (rfTr?i'n1 GEO. A. BROWN - hhnz-x Corner of King and Bethel Zlr:2'.: 1 Comnountl lleriialo 1 J !::iFcrin:r mm ttlGE 1 Dramatic . Scene' When Illinois' Questionable .S...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 24 July 1912

11 HONOLULU" BTAR-B ULLE1 IX, WEDNESDAY, JULY LM, 1912. A Hot' Wariim 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 as we are now hav ing. The milk wa supply is from certified cows, fed on rich alfalfa, and every dairy is kept in perfect sanitary condition. Every precaw ' 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. ' Konoltiln Dairymen's Association Phono 1542 , KG A FURNITURE . OAHU FURNITURE CO. King Street, oppotlta Young Hotal I O. Dor 840 Phone S092 Zveryiliing in Furniture Honolulu Vire Bed Co., CCHNCR ALAKEA AND KING STS. . NO PRESERVATIVES IN. PIOIJEER EilLK TMC BEST MILK FOR , ALL PURPOSES Your Crccer Cells It Graduates Attention Anything In baste! Edbouauet v cik with class ribbons at re...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 25 July 1912

Fron 8. F.i Persia. July 27.. For S. F.'i SJerra, July 27. From VanconTeri Marama, Aug. 14. For Yanconifr: Makura, Aug. 13. 7 . I . " O - Evening Bulletin. Eat. 1882, No. 5297. Hawaiian SUr. Vol. X3C No. 6338. 14 PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITOUr OP HAWAII, THURSDAY, JULY 25, 1912. 14 PAOES rmcn five c:::: :pn n 1 I . a i - . r n no n i -'I - LiUU uu Lj i . !tsa.i t AAfA nn -i " ( r ; , 7 I ' jjij , 1 J, iy"y tsV i JIM.1 i V 7-n u Mi:: y U 111 5 Tv;o Formal Denials Answer Low's Charge A declaration from the Rapid Tran ait company that thb company under iio conditions will agree to lay a pave ment controlled by- patent; formal de nials of charges that the Rapid Tran sit company and ' the Pahoa lumber company which furnishes ohia blocks, are- Interested financially In each other, and on . cxplanation'of Supe visor McClellan as to his .attitude in voting with the board for a bitullthic raving between the Transit Com l.any'a tracks, mark today's develop ments in the paving controversy which Is...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 25 July 1912

HONOLULU STAR BULLE' IK, THURSDAY, JULY 23, ioiu. EM E1ERS ALLOTTED PLACE IN IffiMTS'i "Ho yoa know that the management cf tfe Toyo Kisen. KaUiua' have gone rr.iny of the trans-Pacific lines one letter in the adoption of methods in r.iris the safety of passengers?" remarked- a local businessman this Sjsorslng. . - T2.c arrival of. the Tenyo Mam from the coast demonstrated that the Japanese line Is paying marked atten tion to the matter of proper e quip urn t of lifeboats. A '"When recently taking a voyage on a verrrl o& this company my' attention was called, when entering my .cabin Tor the first time, to a plainly-printed card; which was framed and hung In M a cabin in a prominent place. This rd pave the number and the.-' loca tion cf the particular lifeboat to vl.ic-h the occupants of that cabin vcre assigned, and, If I recall cornet"-, stated the officers in charge of that boat . "Having my attention called thus to t? i hace allotted to me In case of dls r:tcr, it was natural,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 25 July 1912

nOKOLULU STAR-BDLLE1IX, THURSDAY, JULY 25, 1912. AY edding Present Vorft Giving M Hi I a x is t- f 4 ' ilk n n Bars' n Dos ; FiGiD-GaniDQ Honolulu's Houn' Oawg li'MSSJaSSMSl-i Favorably Impressed with J New Arnval Giving ventto sundry ejaculations of pleasure touched in both high and lew German, a liver-colored hunting reason for this is the fact that the naw arrival makes little reck of food supplies. He was gamboling with a three-link sausage when he stepped to the dock, but Instead of devouring the juicy meal dropped It when he sighted Absalom. The latter after irmwirfpd frnm flprman? bv Bob Shingle, bounded off the bark H. Hack- greetingjiim with a soft Southern ac- BCFIALIB Clay Eaters' Acquired : Morbid Habit Owing to This Disease Kitchen Cabinet, Completely Outfitted SEE OUR WINDOW FOR A DIG DISPLAY OF KITCHEN FURNITURE t Coyne Furniture Co. Limited If there' one thing that does not admit of any guessing it's fitting SPECTACLES and EYEGLASSES Our Spectacle Fitting is done on ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 25 July 1912

nOXOJiULU STAK-BULLETIX, THURSDAY, JULY 25, 1012. la which Is combined' the HAWAIIAN "STAR, estab lished 1S33. and the EVENING BULLETIN. establisb : ed J8S2.V MEMBER ASSOCIATED PRESS. niLlY,H: ALLEN.. ...... . . .... .....Editor WALLACE R. FARRINGTOX. . . ........ ...... . . ... Business Manager UAIN OFFJCES 10.' 9 A LAKE A STREET I Telophorfes 2185" " BRANCH OFFICE ...... ,V. MERCHANT STREET 8 Telephone 22C3. "' SUBSCRIPTION RATES t ' ; DAILY STAR -BULLETIN Per Month, anywhere In United State ...'.I .7f 2.00 8.00 12.00 Per Quarter, anywhere In ; United Stated rer year, anywhere In United States Per year, postpaid, foreign .............. SEMI-WEEKLV STAR-BULLETJN, . Per Six Months .. .. ..tJ:.T.......$ 1.00 Fer Year, anywhere In United States 2.0C Per Year, anywhere la Canada . i ... 3.0C Fer Year, postpaid, forehtrf'.V. K 4.0c THURSDAY :...l.;JULY.25, 1912 xhwld nay Hini-crityrrii iirriii, deep, yenuine xinca'ity-Jhc.firi:char men in any iray heroic: Carlyle. ' riiisiiER'smsiii;; F...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 25 July 1912

nONOLULU STAR BULLF IN, TTTUIISDAY, JULY 1012. AMUSEMENTS. v . WE A WSl M E NTS TOM'S Death Removes Wd man Who i Worked For The Children A woman whoxc nome wlH le cou pUd with 'tome tf tlW u)o.;t progress ive l2iijt relating to the physical wel fare ot- pupil In ' New York' Eat Hide ua Mls. Julia RUhman, She di'-il !n Pari, on June 25, and the ec- uiar. prf-sH. aij' w-ll as the Heurewr wlii'Vi ritirjitnt !iir rlldom faith. unite In eMlmatioar the city loss. She Mm educated In the public nchoolsand Norms! College of New York city, and made a remarkable record an a teach r. v'She' wa on? of tfi". flrrt Jewish women appointed an principal in this city, 'fifxl also one of the youngest, fny.n the American" Hebrew (New torki, Jn her next position, . that of ilj. trkt Kuperlnttndent, ?he was again the :fiit woman to told such a po?t.' In to la I philanthropy her leadership Is M.:ji,orat.Ic In the initiation of cura tor 'methods for defective children. 31 us;. "Sh5 organized the consumptive...

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