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

HONOLULU STAIt-BULLETIX, FRIDAY, JULY 20, 1912. i A v NT 7 -v v' mnkc-s ihc Interior of your hou.e hlrifouft, jaable or attractive, su-iordinj? to the tafct you how ami the quality and extent" of thf Hock you choose from. Wo h.-we th Stock a lilg, In ru354me line trentf-d ly . th firt-tiiot h-KiKn-r. You have the TaH. IaVk ret together. Lcvers 6 Coolie, ' Limited 177 SOUTH KING ST. AN OPPORTUNITY ! s th? best Hozne-Made Bread, C.:-iTr.an PretscJs and Coffee Cake. Be re ar.d I ir. 3 up 2I24. 11 29 Fcrvr Street ' LI. 1.1 OA IT He 1:1 Clrcst. f.'txr Fcrt n , .. s avai:di:i) highest honors IIr Lei J nt Cncrsrr.cnto: ... .... At tl.e rccrr.t California State av. ai:: . . a 1:1x1: i:ii::;o:; Avar.D nr.a a CArn riuzr WHEN TIME IS AN ODJECT IS THE THING FOR CALE A small number of cheap lots In a u' tract on llullck street, just open- Prices ranging from J150 to $500. : :.Ly terms. Alo a few lots In Nuuanu Valley. FOR RENT A fine, cosy 2 -bedroom ttao in town. 122, and a -bedroom ue. with ni...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 26 July 1912

HONOLULU STAR BULLETIX, FRIDAY, JULY 2G, 191 t A ' I 7 CT"Jt r 7 Ne7S and Comment Vritten by Experts L. U: r Oahu To Fight It Out !Ji I j' UL3 Ti) I JJ., -A. J. U J , J t Ca valry And flIJP JLiLl r. Two Res:dcnts and Two Colle gians Win Way Through to r the Semi-Firials Good Ten nis at Berctania. TODAY'S MATCHES AT BERETANIA "4 p. rrv CaitU vs. Hoogs. Lowrey vs. Richards. Dy LAURENCE REDINGTON. Four men are left to fight It out for Hawaiian championship honors In tcn ni. This afternoon the tournament will be 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 nurvlvor Castle and Hoogs are Beretanla regulars, while the other pair are transplanted Honolulans, who are attending college In the Kast. Back " for their nummer vacation, they bring 'ulth'thrm all the court craft of the big ttnnls center, and the finals are ;:re to be extra Interesting on this .'iccount, as one home player and one collegian...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 26 July 1912

HONOLULU, ST AI?:BULLETIXr FRIDAY, JULY 20, 1012. r N y ir WW (Si ' Yl - mam FOR SALE TOILET ROOM AND BOARD ! hvXx f- : ; - 1 . i i s u 1 4 fied li - f : WANTED: t . .. k More soda water drjnkers. BeOer to euffcr from tomach ache thah"i. Ts. Nothing but good effects from drink In; our Root BeenorJWneupple Hon. Soda "Water Co., 34 A N. Btrtania. O. K. Frashcr. mgr., 4911-tf Partner with $800 for manufafuring business. Irge profits. For H talls address "F. A. E". Star-Bulktin. 5290-lrn " AUTO SERVICE. Trips around the island Wednesday ,and Friday; rates, $4.50 cailu Those desiring to make (rip are ', rcluM6d to come and book. City Auto) Stand, opp. .Catholic. Minion, Fort ' St.; PJone 3C64 or 1179. i5i79-tf - SILF'SJAUTKHS. M .Ev'ery-Keady Vo.i, M p., KJng man ager. Agents lor Ivvery-Hcahr sif . starter. Auto repairlngf, JlllilanI and Queen Sts.; 1'hone 3656. ,"; f,. Kojat-Hawaiian, Garage. Most! up-to- date i la town. , Experienced cuauf- - ti i . tnn I r tn' 5277 For hire, eeven-sea...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 26 July 1912

nOXOLULU STAIMIULLE'IIX, FIJI DAY, JULY 2H, 1012. ' ' ' " ' ' r W A'N T S W . .... . . . Mi : .l I PLUMBING. : UKULELES. . j , ,. Oceanic SfeamsMo Co FOR SAN FRANCISCO S. S. Sierra... .....'.....July 27 S. S. Sonoma.,.. ..Aug. 9 S. S. Sierra.... ....Aug. 24 S. S. Ventura........... Sept. 6 FOR SYDNEY, N. S. W. S. S. Ventura Aug. 5 S. S. Sonoma. ........... Sept. 2 S. S. Ventura.... Sept. 30 - t EtUMhW la IXZK , Bishop & Co. C. Brewer & Co., Ltd., Pacific Mail Str-niTHT of thf a1ovo company will call at Honolulu and If-ave this port on or Jitxmt th date mentioned lif-low:1- FOR THE ORIENT 8. S. Persia J-!y 27 S. S. Korea,.... .Aug. 1 S. S. Siberia...... Aug. 16 For general Information apply to H. Haolifold & Co., toyo mm mi; Steamers of the above Company or about the dates mentioned below: FOR; THE ORIENT S. S. Tenyo Maru. '.. t. ...July 18 S. S. Shinyo Maru... ...Aug. 9 S. S. Chiyo Maru ..Sept 6 S. S. Nippon Maru.. ....Sept 27 Calls at Manila, omitting call at CASTLE &am...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 26 July 1912

10 HONOLULU STAR-BULLE1IX, FRIDAY, JULY 20, 1012. y . ' " " " . " ' , LEGAL NOTICES. BY AUTHORITY. BY AUTHORITY. LEGAL NOTICES. IN THE CIHCUIT COURT OF THE riHST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, TER RITORY OF HAWAII, HOLDING :f TCR MS IN THC CITY AND COUN TY OF HONOLULU. Timr.ITOIlV OF HAWAII. by Mar- r CamjlU, Sitrlnter.dent of ; I'ubile Vrfcs, Plaintiff and Jetitlon r, vp. COO WAN HOY ET AL , De lenaants and lienoB Jerit. Eminent ". Imaln. 1 ; :" : . - y. term summons. . Tin: teiuutory or Hawaii: To the HUiXI SHERIFF of the TETt UlTonY.Or HAWAII, or his Dep uty; t n S II El t I KF of t he CIT Y A N D OjUNTV OF HONOLULU, or hi l puty. YOU Alii! 'COMMANDED to nun mon UOO WAN HOY;' H.VOCH JOHN SON; KAMAKA STILLMAN; UOSE MtlNEUNY. wife of II A. Mclnerny; E. A. Mel.N'EKNY. CARL ONTAI; ;i:oR(;ed. RomxsoN; oeoroe T. IiOUINSaN"; J. A. MAGOON; LI LIKALANI; THOMAS LALAKEA; ROSE K. AIAU; LUM CHAN; CHIN KWAU Kill; "W)N(3 LKONG; HAR RY DOE JOE; JAPANESE 1JENEVO- ,JUXZT& nKTY, a corporation; W. I O. .SMIT...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
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Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 26 July 1912

HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, FIU DAY, JULY .20, 1912. Special Sale At Mali Usual Prices c In "Pink, Green and Mixed Colors Tri O, T' 0 'sJ'0 f V "V "IsY Household Dept. Cor. King and Fort Sts. CO Love's 2z.:z7r 1 ) visgoi: ,Ulrrrr-:fS. In Vz Pint ind 1 Pint Cans Just Enouj;h to Waterproof Your Shoes I'M. y f , ' The greatest leather preservative, softener and water-proof er known. For softening and preserving shoes,' it has no equal, and by apply ing to c!d or stiff leather, will restore flexibility. Invaluable in rainy, or wet places. ': - Q . -' . ! v .... ? - ... -i-'- : ; ... i. II AUinV r.IESSEfJGER BOY PHONE 1861 We Know everybody and understand the business. - ' ajuoqijM tin apis qBu sj j 1 : Limited 'S- aillAqpaipucq sj ojnjiujnj jnoA uaijM inqmB(BdB sj pc siiji OF INTEREST TO PAREHTS Importance of AttenUoa to tte Health of a Quid During Years of Rapid Growth. ' T School children vho are ncrron?, who cannot at quietly on a chair, who are always dropping things, and perhaps have t...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 26 July 1912

nOKOLULtT HTAR-B U LLET I X, FRIDAY, JULY 2H, 1912. FT) 71 I It & ii to yourself and to thoie who are dependent on you. Oo not spend all you earn. Save soma part for the rainy day that is sure to come. This you can do without much effort if you will open a Savings Account.1 One dollar wilt open an account, and with regular deposits you will soon have a good sum to your credit Ban!: of Hawaii, Ltd. Capital-Surplus, $1,200,003 V iro - Accident Ilcrino Pi - to Glaca I surety -Liability r Ilnvoiian Trust Co., Ltd., f 23 Fort Ctreet 7? S Sv e - If IIor.ol::t:i nrrc ajraln sncpt ly a ccr.il.rrnthn, conld jou ccllrct ycur Ir.snir.cc! CeDrcvcrqCOeeLtd... .(EGTAELISHUD 1S:C) rrrrrr::t t!:o U:c largest nnd tircz ::A f.rc Insurance compa i:Irs in t!.c ncrld. L6vG3t Hates Liberal Settlements FIRE IIISUR-AHCE Vii: C P. Dilliiifham Co. -li;:iti:d , Grscr::! irrst for Han r.U x .M!.is Arsurance Ccnr.mj cf Lonica, : err I'nk Ucdrrwrllcrs' Agency. I r . licence Vi'u!.!r.toa lnsanicce Co, ::!t l'...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 27 July 1912

.f Fron S. F.i " ; Lurllne, July 31. . Fr 8. r. j ; ' China. July 20. From TJtnroaTrrt. Marama, Aug. 14. Fcr Vanconieri Makura. Aug. 13. AO rrC? A Ay A A? XJ o ri Ti o o r .1 7rf ' I I I I , , 7 i ' . i ii it ii ii ii ii I , ' i 11 I I I I II II : . i V JIvcnlnK Bulletin. IL 1882. No. 29. Hawaiian HUr, Vol. XX.. No. 6340. i .Jo ii That the Hawaiian-born Japanese, who obtained registration certificates from the offlce of the Secretary of the Territory of Hawaii, as Identifications of their American citizenship, are, in the opinion of the Japanese govern ment, subjects of the Miktdo, and that In the event of their return to Dal Nippon, they are obligecT to undergo military service of three years. Is the opinion of Hon. Toklchl Tanaka, espe cial escnt of -the Imperial Japanese government, who Is Investigating the general condition of the Japanese In Hawaii cel. Hon. Toklchl Tanaka, returned this morning from Maul, accompanied by Secretary Kono of the Japanese Consulate-General. In fpca...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 27 July 1912

HONOLULU STAR-BULLE' IN, SATURDAY, JULY 7, 1912. TID2S-SUrJ ATfl LXOn passigehs a k hit id l LOUiiLiiO rmL ' An extra guard was maintained fit the several gangways leading from the wharf to the liner Sierra prior to the Bailing of the Oceanic steamship for San Frtncisco at noon hour today. It was mooted that one cr more de serter.! In the regular army were at tempting a get away by mean of the liner. Sierra officers also took & decided interest In the gzme and they exerqia cd extreme Tlgilence In their. inspec tion of the ship and the search for stowaways. 5"he Sierra departed for the Coast amid the blare of band and the cheers and farewells from almost a thousand throat.?. The Oceanic wharf was crowded with lei bedecked spectators us for an hour or more before the advertis ed time of railing. Ninety cabin and forty steerage pas sengers were accommodated, and there was plenty of room for a much larger number. The liner sailed with a full ship-, ment of sugar, aUo 5000 cx.ies of ...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
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Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 27 July 1912

nOKOLULU STAR-BULLEIIX; SATURDAY. JULY 27. 1012. LOVSCCHES : UliUUuLiU UHUUIiltU J I m a . . . Mill it M f Z tJ fr u 71 IT TVi y II a II I 1 1 T" h 1( 7 I : ll l i i v ':. ( i ' in ( v LI 11 - 4 V. . . - " Yn cm wnlfc into this tore and v.alk out .with a pair of that will b". perfectly comfortable, right. -. ' - - . ... . , up to thn jnlnute In Ftyle, and which will wr-ar to j-our satisfaction.' . - .Jacouson Eros., Pantheon Clock- Hotel, nr. Fort St If there's one thing that doet not admit of any .guessing it's fitting SPECTACLES and ' EYEGLASSES Our Spectacle Fitting is dona on the basis, of knowing how from start to finish. It's a successi "...OPTlciAf.V'l:' Cotton Cuilcng - Fort Street Over May & Co, v j ! - ' v i To hefp the ?'Duke" Fund, we are celling hand-painted Postals of Duk" in some of his Swim ming' and surf-riding stunts.' . w - ....... Entire proceeds to be turned over to the fund, . If . ' f"Tfs -l Photo Supply Co.," v f ' "Vf ''Everything Photosraphic'' : ALFALF...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
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Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 27 July 1912

X . HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, SATURDAY, JULY 27, 1912. In which la combined the" HAWAIIAN' STAR, estate lltLed 1893. and the EVENING BULLETIN, establish ed 1S8Z. MEMBER ASSOCIATED? PRESS, i RILEY H. ALLEN. . . . ..... . . .Editor WALLACE R. FAR RING TON. ........... ....... . . . . . ....... Business Manager 1LIN OfTICES favorite occupation of oinchasing, t Thomas Fort u ha Rvan was a Democratjii good standing and there was no taint in accepting his checks; when' Colonel Roosevelt saw New Yorksslipping PERSONALITIES DANIEL TWEEDIE. representative OUt of his JiandsJlC COllId Without danger tohis:of a San TrancUco paper, left for the LITTLE INTERVIEWS I ii'iiinnriiilnfk wirrli sWviltyrti'MJCi tirw "T tl n m!tnn n 4 f JllllllUlUMilV? llpUlVWUrtH.vi V aa A aIIacMI l' I ? Coat on the 8. 8. Sierra. BRANCH OFFICE ....V 1 0.'3 A LAKE A STREET Telephones 21 S5 2256 ...... M ERCI I ANT STREET Telephone 2C5. SCBSCRIPTIOX BATES: ' DAILY STAR-BULLETIN . . Per Month, anywhere In United '-States ......

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Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 27 July 1912

f HONOLULU STAR BULLE' IX, SATURDAY, JULY ,27, 1912. N A M US BMENfS no;! ra mm V ."'.'' . 81' J. V - I would hare on the- genera situation throughout .tee Pacific. The ranee his questions showed his knowledge of the strategic points of modern war-. fare to be as wide as his knowledge or the contnoutary causes to national peace. ; A special trajn .'.' provided nilllnrham was run rirht tn tka --C3 -0" W tA J t dock to bring the party back to Ho-- nohilu. nit i rrn of I in I t-in r v w M M IKE Miss AFce Riciiardsoh of Kan sas City to' Become Mrs. : CF. Loomis j When Charles P.. Loomis waa a ' . A - The Great Raymond did it He shot out of a nailed packing-tcx. Vi it wainahu like a cannonballjasr night at tqej President Eliot, howeYer, hadnt UMrty theater making good his had enough of sightseeing and socio boast that he could do it. and delight- .Wie-i inYesttzaJlon; and trltn fr leg those of a big audience who stay- Hackfeld and Mead be motored to tft ubui kmku uuu iu co wuewier waipah...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 27 July 1912

IIOXOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, SATURDAY, JULY 27, 1012. ' I IMiamson & t)uiiolpl 'V'' LOCAL uiD GEucRAL ' ? ' 1 ft J-, . y ; makes the Interior of your hou!e hihou. passable or "-"attractive, according to the tafcte you how and he quality and extent of the Mock you choose from. We . have the Stock a Mg. " Lends fim? line created "!;' the foremoat 1eIgners. You havr the Taste. Let's rt together, v Levers & Cooke, ' Limited 177 SOUTH KING ST. AN OPPORTUNITY ha " lhe Lest Home-Made Bread. Ce'man Pretsels and Coffee Gale. Be turr and ling up 2!24., ; ; "... -O 1129 F02T S'lfttET Celebrated CHieayo C C A Hctrl Ctret, f.'iir Fort u.n Ar,Mi::)ri) iik::ilst iioxoiis r.tir licU r.t rrcr;.r.. :Ho: ... '..'. At tl.e rt cent- Call rornlaV State A r.oiu ,VAi:n A i:M'E r.Ii:."0X AWAUI) nnd A CASH ri'IZE WHEN. TIME. IS AN ODJECT ' - " r m v . IS THE THING FOR SALE . ' A Fmall number of cheap lots. In a now tract on Gvalick. street. Just open d. I'rli'cs ranging from J150.to $D00. Ha.cy ttrins. -...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 27 July 1912

Honolulu" ;si-injixin?i 27,-1012. 1 V, v o " T 11 I- I . 0 r,t C)) to r n H TP 1 i At I isiliii Usial irnces Art -: ' -N- 1 1 A 111 ' J v:7 In Pink, Green and Llixed Colors 0 1L.:.;jL: OOiliiiV Houcshpld. Dept.. Cor. King and Fort Sts.: 1 07: A Lgvg'g Eclxry.-. ' 3 J 1 , visgol; ..s:::Es.qT5? ' In Pint and 1' Pint Cant Just Enouflh to Waterproof Your Shoes - - - , Th greatest leather preservative, softener and water-proofer known. ; I For softening and preserving sheet, it has no equal, and by apply Ing to old r stiff -leather, will restore flexibility. , ' Invaluable in rainy or wet places. 0m i i ... . it UiUIMiill PARCEL DELIVERY PHONE 1SS1 ' We know everybody and understand the business. 3jbo miM dn apis iqBu sj j Limited . 1 Is a feature that is increasing in favor vath our patrons. Kerb Is Anotfier .iirr ;x 1 oTI r v n iiL(3iL r' Ji-.0 Lilac Perfumed, i Regular size, wbrth ;;;,;;::v-.:;;-25c.::v - Is now only SPfflll WUL L12IH ra- CHARGES? V Havaiian lBiU2 HOTEL ST NEAR BETHEL...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 27 July 1912

V i Y ' ! .i I10N0LULCT HTAR-BULLETIX, SATURDAY, JULY 27, 1012. c- Yec Hop & Co. BUCKEYECLUB HOLDS Mi Look JUST MEAT AND IMPORTERS r to yourtelf and t thoe who re dependent on you. Do not spend all you earn. Save some part for the rainy day that is sure to come. This 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 IMOTIIH) AIMTIC u 3 Firo ' : Life ; . Accident ' . . , IZarino , Plato Glass u : n ; Surety v Liability. Hawaiian Trust Co., Ltd., tZZ Fort Street TV 7? -to If Honolulu were npaln swrpt n ror.llazrntlon. conld too collect jour Insurance! C.J reiver Co., Ltd. (ESTABLISHED 1826) rrprcsent the tl:e largest and tron?rst lire Insurance compa nies la the florid. ' 1 Lowest Rates Liberal Settlements FIRE INSURANCE rhe B. F. Dillingham Co. O LIMITED General Agent for Hawaii i Adas Atsarance Company of London...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 27 July 1912

f r v-nr-TrfX";-"7- : -.HONOLULU STAIMJULLEHX, SATURDAY, JULY 27, 1912. r7 r? r7 News and Comment Written by Experts cd By L. REDINGTOIT ) ii ALL - CHINESE ARE FIVE. YACHTS 1 U EATS t PLAYING GOOD BALL W FIVE SETS: CASTLE. WIMS 1 rct rrir7r r7 - SP I, s - - N v GMPJS1 mm MET III HARD Oy LAURENCE REDINGTON. A. L. Castle and J. Atherton Rich ards are left to compete for the honor of being called the best tennis player Jn the Hawaiian Islands. These two won their way to the final round' of the championship tournament yester day, the former in a runaway1 match, uid the latter only after one of the hardest and most stubborn fights ever seen on a ocal court. Richards and Alan Lowrey banged the ball across the net for five weary t.ets, and when victory finally went to the younger player, It was a Quar ter past six o'clock, and the light was failing so fast that - but few more games could have been played. It was exhausting tennis, and in the end Richards proved in the better condi tion, fo...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 27 July 1912

10 HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN", SATURDAY, JULY 27, 1012. 5-passcger . touring car-i . li. 2-paasenger roadster . 45&.0 These prices Include the standard equipment as mentioned above. i MMAltitlfi-ll OUlUll it I :1 rl Mi CHANGES 1 1313 CADILLACS JUSTAFlPJOUriCED This Year's Model Has .Been Genera! Favorite and Only a , Few Are Left in von Hamm-Young Company's Sales room More. Buicks Coming on Sierra. The von' Hamm-Young Co. received b the last mail the J'JlS .announce ment of the Cadillac Motor Car Co. The factory claims that the 1U13 Ca dillac -4s the best car they have "ever manufactured. They base this rlaira ujon the number of test car which have , been used for Eome time, and which - have been subjected to the most severe testa which the factory bns been capable of giving them. ' " The following charges have been ' i..:l4! i In the motor: thej cylinders are 4 1-2 incbe In diameter and the sttoko or the (dston.-Is .V3-4 Inches, ihsteid o' m.ing the four liming gears in the front ...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 27 July 1912

4 r 1 "1 ... - " r .m Tl V O o jo 'I . r C?OIOtiCiCCtO'sO0?00?OtO?0?OjC?0'jO00'jOiO!OiO rt ....-.".. , O o o CiC:OiC:OioWCiO'eCj05C!CIOO?0?0Oi Uncommercial Travellers Hawaii ha to pUnd for much in the way of misrepresentation, but it's , riding a good liorsc too hard when smooth Kwlndlera get busy on the mainland, masquerading' as prominent Honolulu business men. That utory. the" other day of a'Mr. Hmtth who was posing as .a Ilonolu lan, and Mr' llenson, ul.so claiming this city as his home, does not. by any means exhaust the list of masquerad ers. In fact, thin list la getting ho large .that the globe-trotting swjndlers should form a club and get , into the llandsAround-the-Pacific: - ' Not long ago a", well -dressed, well mannered stranger strode Into the great.. house of Spalding, in N'ew Tork. Al Spalding is. the man who makes moft of the basetwlls and the bats and the tennis rackets and other sporting goods Fold" In America, and his .goods are sold here through Ev O. Hall &...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
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Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 27 July 1912

012. m m e - mr w m " t. S 4 4 S S 8 S CALLING DAY8 , I FOR. HONOLULU College Mondays Punaliou, Hills, Manoa, Makikl. Tuesday Walkikl. Kaplolanl Park, Kaimukl, Palolo. Wednesdays Nuuanu, Puunul, Pacific Heights. First and third "Wednesdays, above Nuuanu bridge; second and fourth Wed nesdays, below bridge; fourth Wednesday, Pacific Heights; first - and third Wednesdays, Alewa Heights. . Thursdays The JPlain.s. . ' ' Fridays Hotels and town. Fourth Friday, Fort Shafter; first Friday, Fort Ruger. Saturdays Kalihl. Tlilrd and fourth Saturdays, Kamehameha LSchools-. ''Society Editor r 'lelephone 2799. S 4 $ S S S Mrs. Swanzy's Dinner. Dance. Mrs. Francis M. Swanzy Is entertain ing at an elabortte dinner and dance this evening at her home in Manoa. - Fifty guests have beenbidderr to din ner at half after' seven and to the dance at a later hour. : - ' Mrs. ooten's Luncheon. Mrs. Frank Baldwin was the guest of honor at a luncaeon todty given by 'Mrs. .William P. Wooten. The tabic centerpiec...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
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Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 27 July 1912

i HONOLULU STAR-BULLKTIX, 8ATUIU)AY, JULY 27, 1 012. A (San Francisco, July 17.) rjpO a quiet little gray stone thai;: II nestling devp In an unpretentious - 11 .wrdrii of hydrangea IjUtiies an& hollyhocks, Malcolm Douglas Whitman, a talented lawyer and finan tier of New York City, and Miss Jennie A. Crocker, the wealthiest 1 dress as well as the most celebrated young, woman in all California, came at high noon yesterday in San Mateo end were made man and wife. It was the one wedding of the yea: to which society has looked for ware with genuine, unaffected interest, for the ietjie Miss Crocker winsome. Mhletic, herself unaffected and gen erous had no rival Tn fhe hearts of the young set, who acknowledged her leadership. Since coming of age she has been at . once the most sough' after, albeit the most debonair an Irank, of California 'girls, and from Londcn to Burlincame the announce ment ef Irer encasement made more than passing stir three months a?o Since that time plans for th...

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