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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 27 July 1912

11 HONOLULU STAK BULLKT IN SATUIUUY, .1 ULY 27, 1 1U2: POPE'S WW CHLOPfliI 1 A I t, "5 vi. E CENTRAL UNION. Jtev. Irtuiut He udder. I). D. bWr; Itev. Amo A, i:berole. elate minister. mln- SiiC a. in.l'IMe m.hool., WillMm A. J?ow?n. nuperlntendut.'' ,'.10:10 a. in. Adult Dlble class for nu n. and nomrn. Conducted by Hew H. Souddcr. '. , . - 11 a. m. Morning worship. Sermon by the associate minister, "The Way to Cod .. : 6:S0 "p. ni. Christian Endeavor m;rtliiK. "Missionary Progress In 'North America." G. W. Paty, leader. 7:30 p. in.r-Kvenln; service. "The Face of Chrfet In Art. Illustrated with stereoptlcon Kllde. Descriptive ulk by the associate minister. "A most cordial Invitation 1 extcnrl to all visitors and utransera In the city to attend these services on Sun 'jy at Central Union church. ." THE FACE OF CHRIST IN ART. As Cannon Fa rrar say. "The great painters when, as was the case of iii.iny of them, they were men of deep "i'1i,;Ious feeling, have often preached niishty sermons...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 27 July 1912

HONOLULU STAR-B ULLE1 1 X, SATURDAY, JULY 27, 1012. . . ". 7" ; -f ;- Spreading ...- ': . " ' ' " , t i ' i - f The J? I'd o . Sniall e Of 1 Ai$Jr HovwThe Territory's Marketing :Divisitm is Working in The Islands-lExpert Seed Man Sees Wonderful Opportunity For Diversi L f'Mr. H. L. Musset; President of the 'Afjgeler & Musser Heed Company, of Los Angeles, California, who is ex pert authority on matters pertaining to agriculture and gardening in par ticular, has. been k touring -the- islands I for three weeks ,withSuperintendent( wlth both the growing and marketing Starrett of the ? marketing id I vision. ' as it ,9 done In California. ' . -rrports the folIowIng;..c-b8ervaUons i u U ,hl8.,;ambaion - tp Induce the with some euggestions-kat, may hav peopje. th Iglandg to, take; advan- Ine. n it i ' 99 iiror-r " f , or. your wonderful r resources erf By H. L. f.iUSSEn ' ; r soilBnd cllmte, .and .of your excep "Our tour of three weeks mas -comA; tloaal facilities 'for ,marKeting your ...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 27 July 1912

10 ':;'- ! - HONOLULU RTAIMU7LLETIX, SATURDAY, JULY 27, 1012. Special Sale of no 9 Mli n.- JO in i TO 1 A MILLINER NUUANU STRIJKT. ABOVE KINO trr- ft M'U - . - - w Tho Nov Perfection Oil Cook-stove Suits Everybody It suits the most exacting French chef. It suits the housewife. It U fcund b luxurious villas -ia camps ia farms in humble city homes. Everybody uses it; everybody ties it It bakes, broils, roasts end toasts ts well ts a ccaj ranee. It is equipped with a special heating plate, and we til the New Perfection oven, broiler, toaster, and pancake griddle. oil C'c?.I:-ctov : All crt'cri c'.l t.e stove. It u hanome!f fr.ij.rj ia ticltL wka cilinct ton. ?tot i'.c!vr, towel racks, tie Lorj chimntji, en-- .t!ei trc;uoueLlaa. 1, 2 or 3 burner. ;' ith , Free co&- Dook IT Cook-Book j'Vry Uo given to I k) 5 centt to cover J. mailing cost STANDARD OIL COIIPANY f n rrnc!c, cl . (Incorporated) San Jom, CaL J lock ton, Cal. Sacramento, CaL Mamrtfe. Cat Fresno, CaL Portland, Or. . Spokan...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 27 July 1912

HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, SATURDAY, JULY 27, 1 01! JOSSELYfl HELPED IWSTALL VIRE LESS IN FAR-AVAY FALKLANDS ACTUAL SCENE AS DEM 1TI0IL C0MT1I1 CAME TO ORDER exscs the ' candidates will r-; . the President &i the fcorr.:::.e. ethers they will -refuse to a;; him. and In others they will five support. DM GaanT DaJb?. The Old Guard hx virtually i! all responsibility for the con:!r.; E '-.-' OCRATIC r- J f'aplain Walter I Jo.flyn, master , of li t . launch little hark Nuuunu, row feafe at this url after nearly a ear'x j.'.x.sao from Nw Yrk. tievir tire in ti utijjf of hl varied exierlenc on uut. memorable trip, and e.jeeially lil FOjOum if neuriy six months In tlie i alkiand Inlands. "The Falkland are very oon to be linked up by wireless communication vvith Buno Ayren, or other Ktatlons how lntta!U'd along the tioulh Ameri can coa?L "The terrihle iaolatlon of the little :rouj of Island that lie some three hundred mile cast of the Htraits of ' Magellan, where a little colony of about tw...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 27 July 1912

HONOLULU STAK-BULLEl IX, SATURDAY, JULY 27, 1012. A PAGE MEN AND-THEI Local Chat : Home and Fashion Hints : Religious and Other Activities: Things Feminine ClIFOlIAI'OfilEWTia GHAT HONOLULU GIRLS HAVE NOVEL r r SIMS Add a7 fev asparagus Jtlps to tlie cup of consomme. They are tasty and serve for a garnish. i : "IV ' IS FOR .... ,. , WO R TEREST3 7H FF F Notable Woman of Diplomacy EDUCATION SUFFRAGE WEED IDEAS FOR BRIDAL "VMpq Tnr Wnmpn" Pnnc-A Pan' t?cal parties," Mrs. Grange said in con- ' voies ior women uause ianJcSuglonf neverW0uw want anything Be Attained Only by Sin cere work The fact that woman suffrage has been overlooked by both the Kepubli-I tin and Democratic parties in select , ii.-g, planks for their plitform is not . taken very seriously by the women of . California, who are inclined to think -either that the time is not ripe for such distinguished recognition or that the respective parties are the losers. And the disapjjointraent of the women ' oi the Kat especially t...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 27 July 1912

riOXOUTMJ KTAK-nUIJ.ETIX, BATURIUY, JITLY 27, 1912. 0 V Ask to See ItBon 1000 gallons of water - 10 minutes pumping 60 feet high 6 cents Paris Gasoline Motor Turbine The Machine Is in Honolulu GEO. H. PARIS FOR RENT FURNISHED House on Green St., Two Bedrooms, $45 per month f House on Kewalo St., Three Bedrooms ',. ' $75 per month. Lidicjy Trust ; Co., Ltd. - S24 CLTHCL STREET Urror: -zy, at law. ; KapIcSa.pl ' Hcn&lulu, ft H P. O. Cox CJ E. G. Duisenberg STOCKS, B O N D S ISURANGE -REAL ESTATE -LOANS NEGOTIATED 76 ::::;:;! Jt. ri:;3 3313 vf; J. HOUJDERG ARCHITECT. - ; Estimates Furnished on Buildings . j .- -. , (. . . Rates Reasonable. . - ! v - -- H Hotel St, Oregon lildg. Tel. 866 The Soitorioa Only establishment on thV Island equipped te do Dry Cleaning. PHONE 3350 For GENERAL OFFICE STATION-r-jERY and FILING SYSTEMS, call or writ to us and we will fill your want. Office Supply Co., Ltd., Ml FORT STREET ABsaumy pjk ami ji Wright-Hustace LIMITED. Phono 1148. Cor. h!ng and Sou...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 27 July 1912

HONOLULU STAR-BULLET LN SATURDAY, JULY 27101! PLonoiiiLLPraer: 1 -K C Baking -Powder irorks , like magic. Recipes for considered difficult to b now come out of the ov liglit, dainty and dell cious.w It fairly makes you liungry to look at; then. ' ;DAKiriC Is the housewife's'- best friend, lighten ing her burdens as veil " as the' food. Wherever K.C is used . you , will find healthy, happy families and a con tented " housewife. Com plies with all pure food laws both State and National. . J-que 3 life. Co., Chlca 6 Something New In r ' Clearance Safes , ; -A we have jutt received a large shipment of Granite and Marble frcm the Eait, we are efclijied, to, tacrifice tome of our stock to make rccm for the goods which' arrived on the Alaskan. All stock which we now have in the yards are reduced so as'to meet the requirements. If you ere in need of'anythlna in our line, it will pay you tocome .-rd have a 4ook at our stock, as it is tho'moet complete line of its T. i.-n J In Honolulu. '- "'...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 27 July 1912

HONOLULU BTA H-B U LLE1 1 SAT TODAY, JULY 27; 1012. LEGAL NOTICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FIRST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. TER RITORY OF HAWAII, HOLDING TERMS IN THE CITY AND COUN- TY OF HONOLULU. Ti:i:niToRv or Hawaii. ty Mar- Moil CatnHnU, Kupcrlntf ndmt of I'ubllc Work. IOahitlX and t. vk. ioo wan hoy irr ai. i)e- U tuUM ami Respondent Eminent lnnin. TEIIM SUMMONS. Tin; TErtniTORY of Hawaii: To' the HIGH SHERIFF of the TER KIToKY OF HAWAII, or hi Dep uty; the SH Ell IFF of the CITY AND COUNTY OF HONOLULU, or, Ills llrputy. . YOU ARE COMMANDED toxum moii COO WAN HOY; ENOCH JOHN SON; KAMAKA ST1L1.MAN; ftOS!3 IrlNERNY, wile of II A. Melnerny; K. A. '. McINERNY; CARL ONTAl; JEt)H(iE D. ROBINSON; .OEORGE T. ROBINSON; J. A. MAGOON: U l.I aALANI; THOMAS lalakea; KOKj; K. AIAU; LUM CHAN: CIIIN KWAU .Kill; WONO LEONG: HAR RY DOE JOE; JAPANESE BENEVO LENT SOCIETY, a contra tlon; 'W. O. SMITH, S. M. DAMON, II FAXON ItlSHol. ALBERT F. JUDD and AL FRED W.. CARTER, Trustees under the Will and of the...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 27 July 1912

HONOLU LU 8TAR-B ULLET I , H AT IJ I JI )A Y; V I A' 27, 101 2. c innn if V FOR SALE TO LET Bullelitb : W M i v- -OO " I v II v.-. X' II M . m H I I J L r Z XX i U Vv ... j ..-. r 1 1 , .iS 7 . -. I ) c WANTED More fo3a water drinkers. Better to KufTer from stomach ache than D. Ts. Nothing but good effects from drink ing oiir Root Ber or Pineapple. Hon. Soda Water. Co 34 A N. Beretania, , C. K. Frasher., mgr. 434l-tf Partner with JS00 for manufacturing buslnes. Lsfrgo profits. For details address "F. A. K Star-Bulletin. 5230-lm Young man wants room and load In private home. Address "J!.". Star- BullQtln ofllcC. - ; , 1 AUTO SERVICE. Trips around the-inland Wednesday and Friday; ralcVt4.S0 each.--Those . lflring to make trip are requested to tome and hook. City Auto Stand, opp. Catholic Mifcfiion, Fort St.; I hone 2C64 or 1179? 5373-tf . - SELF-STARTERS. Every-Rendy Co.; M, C King, man ager. Agents for Every -Ready lf tirter. Auto repairing. Mllllan! Hiul Queen Sts.t Phone 363C. t258...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 27 July 1912

HONOLULU StAR BULLElIX, SATURDAY, JULY 27, 1012. 0 to FOR SAN v FRANCISCO ' S. 8. Sierra.............. July 27 . ,S. 8. Sonoma............ Aug. 9 8. 8. Sierra...... ........Aug.24 S. S. Ventura... ....... .Sept. 6 C. Brewer & Co., Ltd., Pacific Mail VAmmeT of the above company will call nt Honolulu and leave this port on or nUut the dates mentioned below: FOR THE ORIENT 8. 8. Perei J.... .. ... ....July 27 8. S. Korea ...Aug. 1 8. 8. Siberia... ...... ....Aug. 16 "For general Information apply to H. Haclrfold & Co., Steamer of the above Company or. about the dates mentioned below: ' FOR THE ORIENT ' ( ---;.- , - S. S. Tenyo Maru. ... . . . .July 18 8. S. Shinyo Maru.i A.iAug 9 S. S. Chiyo Maru....... .Sept. S 8. S. Nippon Maru. .....Sept. 27 Calls at Manila, omitting call at CASTLE & COOKE, LIMITED, Agents, Honolulu. ddatsbn Navigation Company Hi i i i t '. - V : i i r? 1 "" Direct Service Between San FROM SAN FRANCISCO S. Luri;ne.....,0.....,July31 ' S. & Wilhelmha,...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 27 July 1912

r .. HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, SATURDAY, JULY 27, 1012. f 4 Ml OF By Emerson Hough Cc?rrfxtU IW, by tie Gatef PcsJittef Ccepasy (Continued from Last Week) v -Good (Jtd! to!otiei Jlerlwotlicr." I tried cut "lit length, -yo'.i arc tot n greltU: Ihr.t 1 LroujiLt ter troczY" -Al-iiot.slr." be sulJ. wMttn;' .! '.t to;, vi u t r -a I ir.ost !' -io yuu letH then (hit rtLie bruULt me through that I owe my life tu bcrV";, J "' . . "Alrj'ost."r!r7"' be repr.nte.l.' I nl-i-cst rep ret it." -Then' go bark-Venre ct-rort us d rdr I' lrot out wmige!y. "She is n Bj lt'oc'ld Kirl. noble be lug." I sain to mill Kiowiy ni iasr. jh wired tin wln'n I v.n '!;. nnd unable Mo travel. There U Dotti ng I oukl d tLnt would pay the debt I owe brr. Hie Is ( n noble wuiwU. a luime?" hu:oiig omcu, Imk3.v ard soul."' "She is like her Uiotlier." cr.ld fc quietly. -Rlie was loo good fjr this Fir. you have done my family a jrler. ius wrong. You have ruined my daughter's life." I struck my hand bard ou his shou dcr and ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 29 July 1912

I re a fi. r.x Lurline, July' 31. For S. t.i China, July 20. From TfincoBTrn Marama, Aug. If. Ycr Tancoaie n Makura, Aug. 13. X". " 4 V Evening Bulletin. Est. 18i2. No. 5300. Hawaiian Star. Vol. XX- No. 341. HONOLULU, TERKITOKY OF HAWAII, MONDAY; JULY 29, 1012. 14 PAGE& ' prici: fivi: C r n7- 1 nr LiU UL U u iJ LJ iL-T. I i i rr rr 1 Li r r n r r r " Q Q " r f fj t v .'kudluyd)- i L L Undervaluation Scandal Vill Co Unearthed by Agent, . Is Report Ifpocljil Star-Bulletin CableJ WASHINGTON, D. C July 23. It wis learned here today definitely by the CUr-Culktin correspondent that 'the Investigation that Special Acent Peyton Cordon, cf the Department cf Ju:tic:, hss te;n tent to. make In Ha .wall hat to do with alleged underval uations cf importations from Japan to Honolulu, Can Francisco and ether American ports. Ccrcfon is expected to obtain evi dence for cre::ntaticn to the federal crs-.d jury in Honolulu, and it is learned th:t.th!s evidence is expect ed to turn anlnst Hawaiian I...

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Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 29 July 1912

HONOLULU STAR-BULLE' IN, MONDAY, JULY 29, 191! L10ER lURLIKE BRIIS BIO Proceeding from San Francisco fb llonoluju through smooth seas and favorable winds, the Matsou Xavlg tion steamer Lurllne, is nearing the is lands, and according to a latu wireless received this morning, at the agency of Castle & Cooke, the steamer should nrrive at this port early Wednesday morning. The Lurllne, in command of Cap tr.ln Henry Weeden, Sailed from San J'racclsco with 25 cabin and 8 steer cge passengers for this port. There is a very large cargo of gene ral merchandise in the vessel of vhich 452 tons will be discharged here before the vessel is dispatched izi Kahului, with 831 tons. ' 'A later mainland mall amounting to tiZ Backs is due to arrive for the Isle-d in the vessel. The Lurllne will be berthed at the c!3 Hackfeid, now known ai the .Mat tea wharf. remand for Steamers Increases. ' With quantities of freight left be- ! !nd on nearly every trip of trans-1 1'aclfic passenger- and cargo-carri...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 29 July 1912

IIONOLULU STAR BULLE1IK, MONDAY, JULY 20, 1912. r -4 P PALAL1A HASKO HEAD BIURSE AP1D !IATIilWllIDAV Miss Susan Parrish Changes Mind at Last Minute as to Taking Position Owirg to the refusal of Miss Susan Parrish at the last moment to as t uwv the duties of head-nunie at Pa larra Settlement, head-worker James A. I lath is in a quandary and while looking around Ue city for a suitable tandidate for the position is awaiting' rriFverH to nurrerous letters ana ais awl sent to various mainland cities asking for a nurse, to assume entire Charge of the five dispensaries and to direct the activities of the eiKht nurses of the Settlement, For the past few weeks, negotia tions had been going on between the Settlement and Miss Parrish, - then I.ead-nurKe at Queen's hospital, and arrangements had been effected whereby Miss' Parrish was to have a tutned work tolay, but last Sunday the telephone rang and Miss ParrisU's voice announce! over the ' wire that The was going to the Coast and would not b...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 29 July 1912

HONOLULU STAR-BULLET IN, MONDAY, JULY 29, 1912. which la combined the HAWAIIAN STAR, estab- llshed 1893, end the EVENING BULLETIN, establish, ed 1SS2. MEMDEU ASSOCIATED PRESS. Ill LEY II. ALLEN... ........ ..... ..Editor WALLACE R. FAKHINGTON ........ ... & Pnutrwuiu Mnno crc. Vuniuiil!! .1.1 such restrictive measures when they are to be J applied equally to ill I race. It in only when they an? singled out as objects of discrimination l that they protest. ' Unfortunately the Billing-j nam bin in lis original ionn nan such a uisenm- PERSONALITIES LITTLE INTERVIEWS . rr ::ain offices ioss alakea street Telephones 2185 22.6 IIANCH OFFICE ............... JJEKCI IANT STREET - V Telephone 2C3 . - j 6URSCRIPTI0.V RATES: ' DAILY STAR -BULLETIN r Month, anywhere In United Statet ...i.S .75 lT Quarter, anywhere In United States 2.00 I cr Year, anywhere In United State 8.00 vr year, postpaid, foreign....- 12.00 SEMI-WEEKLY STAR-BULLETIN . CIx Month ;.. 1.00 Year, anywhere In United States ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 29 July 1912

HONOLULU STAR BULLE' IX, MONDAY, JULY 20, 1912. AMUSEMENTS. amusement: Gill TM E n.n m m ilJOl) THEATER (Manajtrment of .It Kipling) MUSEM E N TS H -V HOW A GROUP OP HONOLULU GIRLS IS Kill GOOD Hui Padahi, Organized in 1907, Has Wide Sphe of Influence . Of the many societies organized for the benefit of the needy these is one that although well ki own In the itu t't nt body of Oahu College and among the people for whom they work the Central puLMc h8S perhaps never 2icard of. The Hui Fsuahi is not very old having teen organized In 19C7. Al though n large pioportlon of the pu Mla of the- Collece belone to the Eociety there were comparatively few active members.. The sewing commit'! lie, WIliCM luai, UIUS T v.. v. v. the -most active ones was composed laigely of girls from the hoarding de partrnei.t who spent one arte. noon of the- week sewing for the childrt-'n at tl3 Palama Settlement. This commit tee also gives clothing to the Salva tion Army Home, and to other cha.-.t-able institut...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 29 July 1912

HONOLULU STARBULLET IX, MONDAY, JULY 20. 1912. r 'k'i-'kJ'QUG 1000 gallons of . u?af er 10 minnfes pumping 60 fed high 6 cents Pari Gasoline Motor Turbine The MachJne.'ls in Honolulu GEO. H. PARIS . . FOR RENT FURNISHED ' House on Green St., ' Two Eedrooms, $45 per month House on Kcwalo St., ...TlireoEcdrobms; $75 per month., ?:4 criTHCL GTHCCT w . - X - - ATTOflNCY A'i LAW pclri Cwitcina Hcnolulu, . H p. o. r r : , E. G. Duir -iiuars stocics ; ; . BONDS ISURANCE V REAL ESTATE LOANS NEGOT! 'TED J I'IQLLoJuRG ARCHITECT. . . KitlmsJea Furnished cn Building Rates Reasonable. ' K.n Vint! Ft. Oregon Rldg. Tel. ' 8R .r- waa W a W -m b mm mm , Only establishment on thi Island equipped to do Dry Cleaning. PHONE 3X3 For GENERAL OFFICE STATION ARY and FILING SYSTEMS, call or write to us and wi will fill your wants, Office Supply Co., Ltd., Wl FORT STREET C?V?v?7S) lift r r t" Wright-Hiistace - . LIMITED, . . ' - Phono 1145. ; Cor.' King ard South CU, Enccerccra to V. wV WRIGHT & CO LTD. f...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 29 July 1912

HONOLULU STAIt-DULLKT IN, MONDAY, JULY 29 1912. raia BBY By GEORGE FITCH' i Oregon has been a Stale Tor twenty years, .but did not work seriously at u until a few years ago, when it began to have booms, expositions, progresslv- ism and constitutional conventions all at the same time. It Is now a massive commonwealth with 700,000 people, the initiative" and referendum, the recall, three rival railroad systems, 7000 real estate , agents, and many other fea tures which make sleep during busi ness hours impossible within Its bor? dors. Oregon has been known ever since Messrs. Lewis & Clark, the celebrated explorer's team, discovered it In 1804, but It took half a century to find some use for it In 1SS0 Oregon was a raw and unknown interior with a rim of settled country around two sides. A railroad ran along these two sides and allowed the 175,000 Oregonlans a pmall commission on their products, after deducting freight charges. 'About this time, however," It was discovered that by su...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 29 July 1912

HONOLULU STAK-BULLETIN, MONDAY, JULY 29, 1012. .;. s Srasdal- Sale w ( a M, ihioiiii U In Pink, Green Household Dept. r "c WW r- w . - j O r" ., IVlSGOL ..?":ts.E:3tsj In Pir.t'cnJ 1 i Pint Cans Tie greatest leather preservative, softener and water proof er known. For softening and preserving shoes, it has no equal, and by apply ing to eld or stiff leather, will reatoro flexibtlityi Invaluable in rainy or wet pi sees. 1 . VV: ojco ijiM dn tion - racinc rr T Limited aqj Aq popuci si ojnijujnj jnoA udtA jnq iiB)jEdC) sj pB siqi i LI I I ! ! i Id I U AnY) . i t a a i i X ' i i S . v- seal -mses ; i f and Llixed Colors r . X ." N i t 5 r 1 . A -: Cor. King and Fort Sts. r i 1. :arTcr;3, Just Enough to Waterproof Your Shoes J i MESSENGER BOY liUlMttJ'ti U PAHCFI nFI IVFRV OttVl hill PHONE 1SS1 We kw everybody and understand the business. apis vfiu sj H sferCo. - Tran , Williamson & Duttolph Stnrh nhd linn A Urnhars vtionc 11S2 1. 0. Box 523 ! W JIERCIIAM STREET ti onclulu Stqcli Excf...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 29 July 1912

HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, MONDAY, JULY 29, 1912; f I 4 f t t 4 1 O LAUREUCE UEDIUGTOU SPORTING EDITOR THE TRUTH AZ Z UTSPQR 7 ' IS HEVER A XIXCX " VrZrT'-' T" rI r"i v ) ) r ; j t i c m ' a j 4 l Ny V- r t r ii .c 1 f ; (2 ? - - : ; - ' -; : 1 :I. P AYS LI 1 Lil & 1 U mm Second Half of Scries Opens with Two Different Games Some Sharp Fielding. OAHU SENIOR LEAGUE (Second Series) ... W. JJlars ...................1 J . A . C. . ................1 As-ahi 0 Hawaiis ......0 1 A. C. ............... i . 0 Yetterday'i Results Stars 5, Asahis 2. - J. A. C. 3, Ha wails 2. L. 0 0 i i o ret. 1.000 1.000 .000 .000 .000 pTHY go to Africa for Ivory when the supply at Athletic Park is recmingly Inexhaustible? ' In a tir.r.le frame yesterday the Ha- '. ..lis fhowed enough of the valuable commodity to turn out several sets of lilliard tails, and make a few souve- rir cr.-rs cf poker chips. That lecor.d nam e between the Ha vaiis end J. A. C.s was a sad affair frr the fcrmcr team, -who had the lest cf...

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