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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 25 July 1912

12 HONOLULU STAR-BULLE1 1 X, Til UTJSDA Y, JULY 23. 1012. MIS " - .o LEGAL 'NOTICES. IN THE CIRCUIT CdURT OF- THE FIRST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. TER RITORY OF- HAWAII, HOLDING TERMS IN THE CITY AND COUN TY OF HONOLULU. , V TimniTouv or .HAWAII, ty mv- .i-tofi CainU.ll, Surrliit'n-nt 01 PuLHc Work. Plaintiff and.I'etltlon- tv v. coo wa.v uov irr al.. i- KiKiatitM and Kefpondents. j-Emlnent l-main. TKXIM SUMMONS. Till: TERRITORY OF HAWAII: To ih- 1IKHI -RflKRIFr or the TKR ItlToKY OK . HAWAII, or hi Dep uty; the H II Kit IFF of the C1TV AS I) COUNTY OF HONOLULU, or hin " ! iuty. '. ... - YOU AllK COMMANDED to . sum mon WAX HOY; ENOCH JOIIN .SON: KAMAKA STILLMANJ ROSK M i-l N'KHN Y, wlf of K. A. Mclmrny; K. A. McINEItNY; CAUL ONTAl; ' CEoltUE D. KOBIN.SON; GEQIIGE T. IIOUINSON; J. A. MA GOON; LI LU'ALANl; THOMAS LALAKEA; ItO.SK K. AIAU; LUM CHAN CHIN KW.M7 Kill; WONG I, KONG:' HAR I:Y DOE JOE; JAPANESE BENEVO LENT KOC1ETY, a coriH,ration; W. O. .SMITH, M. DAMON, H. FAXON ItlHllnP, AI.UEltT F....

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 25 July 1912

HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, THURSDAY, JULY Ask t&See It-Done 1000 gallons of water ..; ' 10 minutes pumping 60 feet high . 6 cents Paris Gasoline Motor turbine The Machine Is in Honolulu ....... ! , GEO. , H. PARIS ' , C. Q. Yee Hop & Co. MEAT MARKET AND IMPORTERS Telephone No. 3451 Clothing and Shoes - FOR 7,1 RENT FURNISHED House on Green St., Two Bedrooms, $45 per month House on Kewalo St., Three Bedr ooms $75 per month, . '. -i- ' .Co., Ltd. ': ; ' 824 DETHELf STREET Yee Chan & Co. - . Bethel and King Street. , ? BUY YOUR DRY GOODS FROM .; .'-'.'" "! ' " Kwong Sing Loy & Co. King Stree Three Doors from Bethel FINE LINE OF DRY GOODS Wah Ying Chong Co. , ... KING STREET EWA FISHMARKE1 4 .. IHrOBTEES OF OMENTAL GOOD Wing Wo Tai & Co. . til Xanana, near. King 'Street Phone lO. . 'ATTORNEY -AT, LAW T" " Kapiolanl Cuilding Honolulu f K P. O. Cox C33 E. G.Duicenbsrc stocks: ! V BO NDS . ISURANCE REAL ESTATE f LOANS NEGOTIATED 76 Circuit st. Fi:;3 313 liw iJLLkUU LUiUkli...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 25 July 1912

HONOLULU. STAR-BULLET IX, -THURSDAY, JULY 25, 1912. In feeding babies and chit . drtn it is impossible to. overestimate tho import-, ance of pure milk. This is particularly so during protracted hot weather such as we are now having- 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 cf milk is electrically treated. , THE MILK WE DELIV ER 13 ABSOLUTELY PURE AND RICH IN FOOD VALUE. Manoitilii Ddrymcn's : -cccciatfon i Phono 1542 L ALFALFA FEED . Hest of Care Given TELEPHONE 1103 ;.:;iorted Horses !! Per Enl? v.!rf:' r!C S. VAz it. OAHU FUHNITURE CO. ' . .,v .- i . ; freet, cppoalts Young Hotel (i. I x M0 - PhcnVsCS2 .ryiliing in Furniture :;o!uIu 1,'ire Bed Co., ::;CR ALAKEA AND KING STS. r.duates AttentiQn .yt'iing iu basket and bouquet . -with class rUons at reasonable His- E...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 26 July 1912

'7 A 20 r. 3 aa y a Y ! 9 Froxa S. F.t Persia, July 27. For X. F.t Sierra, July 27. Froia Vancouver! Marama, Aug. 14. For Vancouver: Makura, Aug. 13. c Evening Bulletin, 1L US. No. 5298 Hawaiian Htar. Vol. XX.. No. G339. Democratic Senators Approve Substitute for House Free . SugarBijl '-(Fpwlal Ftar-Dulletln Cable WASHINGTON, D. C July largely attended caucus, th Demo cratic member of the Senate decided to support the bill proposed by Sen ator John Sharp Williams of Mis sissippi as a substituteifor the House free sugar bill. The Williams bill calls for a reduction in the present tariff on refined of 33 13 per cent and f&r the abolition of the differential and the Dutch; standard. C. 8. ALBERT. . SENATE DOESN'T EXPECT TO' SEE TARIFF REVISED Fpeclal FLir.nulletln CorrosporuJence WABHINGTON.D. C. July 15.Any thought of jicrfectcd sugar legislation at this session of Congress has been virtually abandoned. It la not even Intended that President Taft shall be given-an opportunity to ...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 26 July 1912

. ' HOXOLULtt STAB-BULLE' IN. FRIDAY, JULY. 20, 1912. bin ippB :fJ ROUTE TO BURMESE OIL FIELD OPERATORS VISIT HONOLULU tturmah as an oil producing country, tr, attracting the attention, of a large ;.::our.t of American capitalists as well as operators and experts. Today, a i arty of eight exier1enttd oil men, i rtTal. having a wide acf;uaintnee .ith the Industry In all parts'of tne orld arc visiting Honolulu. They arrived this nitiirg as jaa f f nc fB In the Pacific, -Mill liner Per ria, and will continue the vovige to the Far East In that tSKel when the J'trsla gets away for Japan and Culsf ports at nine o'clock tomorrow mom From the California oil ,fiell8. Messrs. Charles lilashfleld, C. G J'Ifert. lien 11. Johnson, Charles HA '.!f rs, J. A., McCormack, and -Henry Overton are on their way to Hurruah, lwere to take up the work of active tlevelopment of an Industry that bida Jrir to make a formidable showing In - the Far East. v The l'ersia wag an early arrival from i'un Francisco h...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 26 July 1912

HONOLULU STAU iVlTLLin IX, FIJIDAV, JITLY 2C, 1012. NEW - TO-DAY II I U IT I I I if 1 1 Vou can ualk Into till tfre ami M-.ilk mit with a pair of Walk-Ovei tint -will be perfectly comfortable, rlfiht '! lo the minute In ftylc, .and which ttfti wear to your Kutfofuctlun. son il'OS., Pantheon Clock Hotel, nr. Fort St If there's one thing thSt does not admit of any guesting it's fitting SPECTACLES and EYEGLASSES Our Spectacle Fitting is dons on the . basis of knowing ' how from start to finish, v ' - It's a successl , , . .......... .j . . A. II Sanfovd, OPTICIAN Cotton Duilding" Fort' Street Over May & Co. l ."b t c- ! I ! 1 t ; To help the "Duke" Fund, we are relling hand-painted Postals cfDukeH in some of hie swim ming and surf-riding- itunts. 10c EacI 1 Cntire proceedi .to be turned ever to the fund. llonftlulu ' Photo' Supply Co., "Everything Photographic" P. H. DURNETTE Commissioner of Deeds for Califor nia and New York; NOTARY PUB LIC Grants Marriage Licensee. Draws Mortgage...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 26 July 1912

HONOLULU BTAR:BUi.KETIN FIUDAY, JtJLY 26, 101H ;umiuht iar - Ululbttn 'u -which Is combined the HAWAIIAN J5TAR, estab lished 18D3, and the EVENING BULLETIN, establish- , ' , ed 182. . . - ! MUMBEIt ASSOCIATED PRESS. ! Li-jY 11. ALLKX. ......... 1 .1 . .Editor A L LACE K. FAKR1XGTOX J..... . HuMimsj Manager mole for worry. Tin house majority passed a j r fmtigiir bill, hut the best the senate Demo- I (. erats will do is to yield a cut of one-third in the present tariff. I PERSONALITIES iCOELiffllS HVILI, J., COOPEJl' will leave for .... A IN 01 TICKS . . . . . . . .. ... 1039 ALAKEA STREET Telephones 21S3 22.'6 L-HANCII OFFICE MERCHANT STREET - Telephone 23tio. f .cr (V 'cr '- SUJJSCIIirTIOX KATES: - DAILY STAR-BULLETIN ' Month, anywhere in United States : .7S Quarter, anywhere In United States ....I.... 2.00 Yrar, anywhere In United States ....... 4..... 8.00 ycart potpaia. foreign.... .. 12.00 SEMI-WEEKLY HTAR-BULLETJN The Progressive Kepnhlieun.s in the senate Ayui int afternoon. ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 26 July 1912

HONOLULU STAR-BULLE' IK, FRIDAY, JULY 20, 1012. AMUSEMENTS. THE Honolulu wm HtG IMW 1 lIERESTifflf SETfLEKEi Additions Made to Apparatus for Physical Work by ,; - Girls The active Interest shown In the Fecial Hettlement work by the think ing iwoplo of Honolulu la noticeable even to the caBual observer. In this city the center of the social wurk' Palama Settlement. Perhaps It has ngt yet. occurred to many that a social settlement Is a city v.ithln a city, but If one stops to think u ir.oinent .the definition will seem a probable one. Before the present superintendent, Mr. James A. Rath, same here,' the work at Palama was more on the re ligious order, but six or seven years ago the methods that for years hare 1 .1 - 4.1 . .V . i teen UKeu uy lue sumeiueui. .nuifti-u In the East were started in that dis trict -: There are still openings for Im provement in the work at Palama as there are in all settlements, tut with the Increase of funds and with the help of more corapetnt trained' wor...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 26 July 1912

G nOXOLULU STAn-BULTETIN, FRIDAY, JULY 20, 1012. ., - - (St f I 1 makf the Interior of your house hldfous, payable or attractive, nccordlnar to the tate you '.how rim the quality and extent of tht rUK'k you choose from. have the " Stock a big. Iirindforne line created ly the foremost designers. You have th Tate. - Lt' get toxetJHT. ewers 6 Coolie, Limited 177 SOUTH KING ST. Li tuj mm AN OPPORTUNITY cry Lis the best Horae-Made Bread, Geiman Prctscls and Coffee Cake. Be lure and thz up 2I24. 1129 Fort Street For Rent or Lease Second Floor of the Star BuMiu. MERCHANT STREET . Apply: ;:V;.':i .. F. C. Atherton, 611 Stangenwald Building Iinison 2r Buttolpk Stock and Bond Brokers Phone 1IS2 - - , V. O. Box MS S3 JIEBCIIAM STBEET Honolulu Stock Exchange Friday. July 2C, 1912. NAME OF STOCK. Bid 7 Asked. LOCAL AND GENERAL 1913 American Understand Models I. . . . at e. GUI! CcUbrtttd Chicago CIS A.LTZ- C A ? B, Hctel Ctrett, Near Fcrt - Pn!ECT7-R '",: WAS AtVAIIDED HIGHEST HONORS I'air LeU a...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 26 July 1912

r 4 T7 T7 News and Comment Written by Experts Edited By L. REDI NGTO II J. HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, FRIDAY, JULY 2C, 1912. y) II M) PTfl'TB T. j 3 iy I UU lilillL vv n ii ii ii I' Id .-IIIIE Two Res'dents and Two Colle gians Win Way Through to the Semi-Finals Good Ten nis at Beretania. TODAY'S MATCHES AT BERETANIA 4 p. nu Cattlt v. Hoogs. , Lowrey vs. Richards. 0 LAURENCE REOINGTON. Fourvmen are left to fight It out for Hawaiian championship honors In ten nis. This afternoon the tournament will le brought down to the, final round, which will be played off Mon day, Saturday being an off tennis day on account of the polo match. ' Of the' nurvlvors Caatle and.Hoog are Beretania regulars, while the other pair are transplanted Honolulans, who ore attending college In the Eaut. Back for their summer vacation, they bring with them ull the court craft of the Mg tennla center, and the finals are ure to be extra Interesting on this account, as one home player and one collegian ore bound to mee...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 26 July 1912

I 8 noxoLULtr star-bulletinv friday, july 20,1912. v- I FOR SALE TO LET ?, u , r , 1 tdv r ; ; . ' S : ; i ? : i H lfi 0 ; f '. f . V, I WANTED ' More aoda water drinkers, Better to suffer from stomach acheitliart T). Ts. Nothing but good effects from drink- , ing our Root Beer or Pineapple. Hon. Soda , Wa ter Co., 34 A. N. lit re tan ia. C. E. Frasher, mgr. 4941-tf Partner with $M( for manufacturing business. I.arge profits. For details addres -F. A. E.7 Star-Bulletin. . 5290-lrn . J AUTO SERVICE. Trips .'.Lund the i-land Wedn and Jlidayj rates, $4.50 eakh. ' desiril'r to make trip are reqi esday Those quested to voili- and book. City Auto Stand, opp. f'athollc '.Mission, Fort St; Phone ;C64 or 1173., , v, 5379-tf SELF-STARTERS. . Every-Ready Co.; M C, King, man ager. Agents for Every-Ready elf etarUr. Aiito repairing. MMlanl and Qun til.; Phone ,C3$. ' . 52S8-tf ' Royal Hawaiian Garage. Most,' up-to ' date In town. Experienced chauf feurs. Telephone lSlO. 5277 For hire, eeven-tted...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 26 July 1912

HONOUTI.U STAtMUILl.E'llX, FIUIUY, Jt'LY -JO, W12. 0 n XL EstabJUbed In Co W -A NTS eafflc FOR SAN FRANCISCO S. S. Sierra..,, .....July 27 S. S. Sonoma. ....... ....Aug. 9 S. S. Sierra.............. Aug. 24 S. S. Ventura.. Sept 6 Ah C. Brewer & Co., Ltd. Pacific Mail Uttatwr cf the atnve company will tall at Honolulu and leave this port on or about the date mentioned Inflow: ' FOR THE ORIENT S. S. Persia ........July 27 8. S. Korea.,.. ....Aug. 1 S. S. Siberia ......Aug. 16 For general Information apply to H. Haokfcld & Co., 0Y0 10EA! steamer!' of the above Company or about the dales mentioned below: FOR THE ORIENT S. S. Teriyo Maru.. .July 18 S. S. Shinyo Maru...... Aug. 9 S. S. Chiyo Maru. .......Sept. 6 8. S. Nippon Maru...... Sept. 27 Calls at Manila, omitting call at Shanghai CASTLE & COOKE, LIMITED, Agents, Honolulu. Matson Navigation Company Direct Service Between San Francisco, arid Honolulu. FROM SAN FRANCISCO S. 8. Lurline........ July 31 S. S. Wilhelmina. Aug....

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 26 July 1912

10 nONOLULTJ STAR-BULLE1IK, FHIDAY, JULY 20, 1012. LEGAL NOTICES. CY AUTHORITY. DY AUTHORITY. LEGAL NOTICES. I rnrx IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FIRST, JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, TER- HITORV OF HAWAII, HOLDING 'TERMS IN THE CITY AND COUN TY OF HONOLULU. ti;i:i;itouy or Hawaii, hy Mar- Mon Camplxll. KuiHTlntondtnt of rMlc Works, rialntifl and Petltion- tTv.;oo.WAX hoy irr au d- loiKianis anl KtypondtnU. Kminent Duma In. TERM SUMMONS. Till; TERRITORY OF HAWAII: To the HIGH SHKRIKF of the TER RITORY OF HAWAII, or his Dep uty; the SHERIFF or the CITY AND COUNTY OF HONOLULU, or his Deputy. YOU ARE COMMANDED to sum mon OCX) WAN HOY; ENOCH JOHN SON; KAMAKA STILLMAN; ROSE MtlNERNY, wife of U A Mclnerny; 12. A. McINERNY; CARL ONTAI; Cl-ORGE D. RORINSON; GEORGE T. IIORINSON; J. A..MAGOON; LI LiKALANI; THOMAS LALAKKA; ROSE K. AIAU; LUM CHAN; CHIN KWAU Kill; WONG LEONG; HAR RY DOR JOE; JAPANESE RENEVO- , IJSNT KOCIirrY, a contra t ion; W. O. SMITH, S. M. DAMON, E. FAXON HISHOIV ALIIERT F. JUDD and AL 1TI...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 26 July 1912

HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, FRIDAY, JULY 2V 1912. Of KlTEflEST 0.-PABHIT8 n 7 4 , L o i t i O In Pink, Green and Ilixed Colors T'l rr rr n p. :":"-'::vA: i r n - n i '--r-v ' V 1 ( ' r V t .0 ' ..w O t 4. ..I - . . ... Household D apt. Cor. Ilins and Fort Sts. tnportmce of Attention to ths HjsMi of a Child During Years . cf Rapid Growth. , School children who arc ccttot, rho cannot rlt quietly on a chair, who are always dropping things, and peruana have twitching of the muscles of the face, need Dr. Williams Pink Villa at once. . Growing girls who become pale and thin, who have fickle appetites; who are out of breath after climbing the stairs, and who hare palpitation of the heart after the least exertion, need theia aLo. Parents of rach children should not delay the treatment. , Nervous children do not develop properly; . A sickly girl hood mean 8 a eickly womanhood and lack of blood daring the years of most raDrt growth means flat-chested, listless, auwitionless men and women later on...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 26 July 1912

nOXOLULTT STAR-BULLETIN,;; FRIDAY, JULY 2fi, 1012. 1 to youre!f and to those who sre dtptndtnt on you. Do not tpend all you earn. Save soma part for the rainy day that if sura to coma. Thia you can do without much effort if you will open a Savings Account. Ona dollar will open an account and with regular deposits you will toon have a good sum to your credit Danhqf Hawaii, Ltd. Cspital-Curplus, $1,200,000 iro ilcciclont IZnrino ; Plcto Glazz Curoty Liability r Hawaiian -Trust Co., Ltd., tZZ Fori Strati If Ilor.nlsln were njraln unept I j' a ccr.'.!. trailer, conU yon r c !!; ct jtur Insnnitieel n . Drawer c Co., Ltd. (ESTABLISHED 1826) rc;Tfcnt Iho largest and trcr;rst f.re Insurance cornpa v.U h In t!.e ucrld. Lowest Rates Lib oral Settlements FIRE INSURANCE Ii2B. f. Dillingham Co. LUUTLD General iptnt for IXair&Ut "Cus Afssrncee Ccrajianj of Lcnion. ; -t YcrL Underwriters Agency. I'ro iIJrr.ce Vi'asLIrtcn Irs:: niece Co. ILQQI ETASGEM7ALD ELDG. Llore Tlian a Llillion Dollars Re...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 26 July 1912

r7 rrcaS.F.1 Lurlinc, July 31. rcr s. ; tlerra, July 27. Trcn VancoaTeri Mararna, Aug. J 4. Tor Ycnccmer: Makura, Aug. 13. o o 1,2 Evening Bulletin. It. 3 SSI. No. 6298. Hawaiian Star. Vol. XX-, No. 6339. 12 PAGES.UOXOLULU, TEKRITOUY QF HAWAII, FRIDAY, JULY 20, 1012. 12 PAGES. PRICE FIVE CENT:; '1 r:.::': n A i i r r- 7 IT: :' ' ... .V- - ' : '!':. . .--.'. - , 1 - Z3 7 0 ' 1 Ji- ! V LI Lixj i luJ; 'U Zl Li lJ Li Q 0 A' f'rn !' J Hi Ti . r n J !' Li iud : BERTH'S B Democratic Senators Approve Substitute for House Free 'Sugar Bill fFfclal Ftar-CuIleUn Cable VASHINGTONd. C, July 2& I n Iarelyattended caucus, tht Demo cratie members of th Cenata decided to support the bill 'proposed by Gen ater John Sharp William of Mis sissippi as a substitute for the House free sursr bill. The Williams bill calls for a reduction in tht present tariff on refined cf 23 1-3 per cent, and for tht abolition of the differential and tht Dutch standard. C. S. ALBERT. Mikado Passed Sleepless Night with Pu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 26 July 1912

HONOLULU STAR-BULLE' IX, FRIDAY, JULY 2(1, 1912. TID2 u:j Ain noon . Shipping ffi ROUTE 10 BURMESE OIL FIELD OPERATORS VISIT HOffilM Burmah as an oil producing country, iv. attracting the'atttmiou of a large priiourt of American capitalists as "well as operators and experts. Today, .a , party of eight experienced oil men, rrveral having a wide acojjaintanca with the industry in fill "parts of the vcrld are visiting 'Honolulu. They arrived tiiis mornlt-g as pas tengers in the Pacific M2il liner Per sia, and will continue the voyigfc to ite i-ar rasi in inui vessel wnen me JVrsla gets away for Japan and Chiin ji'orts at iiine 'o'clock ioinoi row morn- ' iVorn the CalSfon Ja. , W Hells. I.iessrg. Charles P-fasMield C. G. rifert, Hen 11. Johnson.' Cliarles .11. Odcycrs, J. A. McCorruack, arid Henry .Overton are ou their way to IJurmahJ 'there to take up the work of active development of an industry that Lids lair to make a formidable showing in the Far Hast. . . ; -J, The Persia was an ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 26 July 1912

HONOLULU ' STAR-BUI-LK1 INY FUIIAY,Jt?LY 1012. i Mm - You tun walk Into this torc and walk out with a pair of that will perfectly comfortable, rlsht up to the minute In style, and which will -wear to your satisfaction. Jacobson Bros., Pantheon Block Hotel, nr. Fort SL If there's one thing that does not admit of any guessing it's fitting- ' ' - SPECTACLES and EYEGLASSES Our Spectacle Fitting is done .en the basis of knowing , how from start to finish. It's a success! A.' II Sanfdrd; OPYICIAN Coston Building - Fort Street Over May . Co. " i r ? . j : ( To help the "Duke" Fund, we are selling hand-painted Postals of Duk" in some of his swinv ming and surf-riding stunts. lOc Each' Entire proceeds to be turned ver to the fund.- Honolulu -Photo Supply Co., "Everything Photographic, C P. H. BURNETTE Commissioner of Deeds tor Califor nia and New York; NOTARY PUB LIC; Grants Marriage Licenses. Draws Mortstges, Deeds, Dills of Sals "Leases, Wills, 'etc Attorney for the District Courts. 70 MER...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 26 July 1912

HONOLULU STAIt BULLETIX, Fill PAY, JULY 2G, 1012, , fitlrtiiiiit T'litii rit4i,,u,t,' for worry The house majority iuism a UiJVlitUiUlU A-iClV - jJlUlVilU frttvHii-ar bill, but the bct the- m-nate Demo. c-ratM will do la to yield a cut of one-third ill the In uhlch Is combined the HAWAIIAN STAR, estab lished 1S33. and the EVENING BULLETIN, establish PERSONALITIES MEMBER ASSOCIATED l'llESS. 1.11.12 Y 1L ALLKK. .Editor "WALLACE K. FAIUIINUTOX. ; . . . . . .... Uusiuess ' Manager MAIN OFFICES 1039 ALAKEA STREET Telephones 2185 225C , L'liAMJJ I OFFICE ............... MERCHANT STREET Telephone a22C5. 1 SUBSCRIITIOX KATES: DAILY STAR-BULLETIN rcr Month, anywhere In United States ... ...$ .to 2.00 8.00 12.00 Per tluarter. anywhere in UnUwi states Ter Year, anywhere In United States ....... Pc year, ptpaid, foreign.... .. ........... SEMMVEEKLY STAR-BULLETIN Ver Six Months .1........... .. .. $ 1.00 Per Year, anywhere In United Stat.es ............. 2.00 Per Year, anywhere in Canada .. .. ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 26 July 1912

noyOLPLXT STAR-BPLLEr IX, FRIDAY, JULY 2G, 1012. ' " 1 JLL-iL! 1 1 1 ', '.I AMUSEMENTS. i rj THE Miff! INTEREST IPJ PylL Additions Made to Apparatus for Physical Work by at: . Girls - The active Interest shown In the Social Settlement work hy the think ing people of Honolulu la1 noticeable even to the taaual observer. In this city the center of the social work; la Palama Settlement. Perhaps it has not yet occurred to many that a social fcfttlement Is a city withLi a city, but If one stops to think a :oment the definition will seem a probable one. Before the present superintendent, Mr. James A. Ilath, same here, the work at Palama was more o"n the" re ligious order, but six or seven years ago the1 methods that for years "have Lcen used by the settlement workers in the East were started in that dis trict ' . There are still openings fo't Im provement In the work at Palama as there are In all settlements but' with the Increase "of funds and with the help of more competent trained work ...

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