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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 30 July 1912

HONOLULU STAR-BULLE'JX, TUESDAY, JULY SO, 1012 mnmg i W.F. Fern aid, a water-tender con? t;fctej with the fireroom squad In the I'acIHc Mail .steamship China, was ta l.en seriously HI shortly before the wssel arrived at Honolulu from Oriental ports, and following a con duction. You-can work out the rest of the problem for yourself. "It is merely a matter of triangula tlon," Mr. Marconi continued. "Your skipper picks up a lighthouse to his right and another to bis left; he trian gulates, and estimates. He knows just exactly where he is. He picks up a , .U..(nn et ,Kvclr.tone Vila rr rTT rr t!;e man was ordered off the ship and! ? P Bea J connection . with the :nt to the Queen's Hospital,; where 1 lighthouse. He figures that Into his i.e will undergo an operation believed; angulation. aAnd h knows just how to be necessary to prolong his life. Fernald is said to be suffering from : cutc appendicitis. His removal from tl.e China occurred only a few min- neat -mo is w ii If Mr. Marconi i...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 30 July 1912

'5 - -' - 'J - . HONOLULU STAR DDLLE1IN, TUESDAY, JULY 30, 1012 ... . f'.f REV STEAM ROLLER BUT Bra ROADS M URGED "We want better roads and fewer fcteam rollers, urged one conserva tive member of the Board of Supervis ors thfs mornlnR when asked as to the outcome of a combined effort upon the part of three members In that 1 body to foist a Buffalo-Pitts machine upon the city and county of Honolulu '.whether or no It Is really needed by the road department. The city has no need for an addi 'tional ten-ton roller, and I for one f.hall advocate that the money requir ed to purchase the roller handled by the Lynch Company, Incorporated, be utilized for purposs far more bene iclal to the municipality as a whole." Murray refrained last evening from verbal participation in the endeavor to add another steam roller to the al ready large number of these ma chines owned by the city and county, and generously loaned to the various contractors, who are entrusted with the building of county highwa...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 30 July 1912

nON'OLULU STAUrHULLETiN, TUESDAY, JULY 30, 1012 rffr fZ 714itZtJ for-' I . UUUU ?iUl - UUUFltU ci-n tnulc, probably, of South America and the PERSONALITIES I f. la which Is combined the HAWAIIAN STAR, estab lished 1S33. and the EVENING BULLETIN", establish ed 1882. ' MEMBER ASSOCIATED PRESS. far oast, provided our people awake to thesitua tion before England and Germany have monop- misses pearl and-Virginia olized these fields. I believe that the day will wade and Miss Augusta Rkff left i last wees ior ixonojuiu to b gone sev- LETTERS ON TIMELY TOPICS THE RHillT KIM) OF TREATING. . trivv for tlir rmnwu if tnintf nmlor H imimli 4 lur luc v viie.,-jn a: railroad man's ra WALLACE U. FARKIXC.TOX. .......... ' J tllCrTK or keeping order through-,, ,sjands she !ilHll material; fcemstotne has a t, - . T . ' out the world." 1 '.-;;:? ' : - "ror a book. Shq Is vtbeuthor. of e bitter experience wi Uusiness Manager TliTf nnr "Tiif nnnvmil n,ivvlit Kimio w !era works, including a textbook used ...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 30 July 1912

nOKOLULU CTAKBULJ.ir IN, TUESDAYJULY HO, 1012 . ''' - ' t AMUSEMENTS. amuscmcnt:. i-H. - n mi! THPA7P?) o2 I R IKS CLOGS Li V ACTIVITY I LOCI FIELD ' dravor to tone-fit - the community at Varied Functions Fill Heeds in J?Jh;"ml T.ZTl. ! the club, as the members meet with 1 the thought that the participants In Life of City The remark wan made the other day ly a woman who has made Honolulu lrr ! me for the pat few years, that altlioujh Honolulu Is an advanced town for its n!ze and there are a great many thinking women here, there is almost a dearth of woman's clubs. This may seem to be the case, for the women's clubs probably because of the retiring dispositions of cultured women In general receive little pub licity. .If the church organizations are to be considered clubs, there really ere about as many clubd as there are women to belong to them. The four most prom inent clubs in tliccity are the Morn ing Music Club, the College Club, the Outdoor Circle of the Kilohana Art lx-aguc and...

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. — 30 July 1912

HONOLULU:'-' STAK-BULLETITtTESbA JULY SO, 1912 FOR RENT FURNISHED House on Green St., Two Bedrooms, $45 per month House on Kewalo St.,. Three Bedrooms $75 per month. Bishop Trnst Co., Ltd. ; 24 BETHEL STREET r c will buy 3-bedroom BUNGALOW end LOT with 75-foot frontage on Fort street -House has been built about eighteen months. ' ' . ... . j . Terms given. ' - For particulars apply 0; G.' L?.nsing, MERCHANT STREET .! :W. C. A CHI, ! 1 ATTORNEY AT LAW Ksptclani Cwilding Honolulu, C, K P O. Co. C-l E. G. Duiccnbefg. STOCKS BONDS ISURANCE ; REAL ESTATE -LOANS NEGOTIATED ARCHITECT. . : Lftlm&tes Furnished on Buildings .. .- Hates Reisonatle. : Hotel Ct., Oregon Ulrl. Tol. Zto i drink J.Iay's Old Kona Coffee BESTN THE MARKET H E N R Y M A Y & C O. Phone 127! Graduates Attention . Anything' In basket and bouquet work with class ribbons at reasonable r i Ices. ' '-; ,- ) : ' -: , - ' Ps.E.n.Tc:::r, H:;;:t;. . ' Hotel St, orposlie Alex., Young: Cafe. Dry Goods Store. ' i . ' -; IN S...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 30 July 1912

HONOLULU STAR-BULLEHN, TUESDAY, JULY 30, 1912 --; K RULE COIEIffl TALKS OF nAVAIIAN DISFPiArJCKiSEi Nomination of Delegate Post-, ly ced m the meeting . . 3 I few weeks ago. If they wai poned on, Account of Kuhio Sentiment Declaring that they fear the dis franchisement of the Hawaiian voters is at hand, and believing it is bst for them, and the Hawaiians generally, to elect a Hawaiian delegate to Con gress, the Home Rulers at their con vention held yesterday In the Xotiey hall postponed the nomination of their delegate to Congress until 8eptnmber. According to the rules of the party, Ibe Iloiae Rulers should nominate their deUgate In the July convention, but the Home Rulers deferred the nomination of their delegate to Con gress until .after, the Republican .party lias selected a standard bearer to op pose Kuhio, as they seen to think it win do. .; The Home Rulers at their conten tion .yesterday discussed freely the ad visability of endorsing .Kuhio, should he run again for delegate ...

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. — 30 July 1912

13 HONOLULU. STAB-BULLETIX, TUESDAY, JCLY 30, 1012 Villiamson & Duttolph - ; .". . " LOCAL MJD GEHI RIL fi c L 1 i i Sanitary Firelecs Cooker - ' - -' . ' "'I-'-:- ' ' - , ' . , : J "t ' . ' .'. Et Worlso : While' You Rest coo All rCeCtZes of Pure ' 'Juminum :. ?5 Crrror;.. 3 1 G S19 J 3 IIou:2l:old Dept. Cor. King and Fort Sts. -"act- :mw-mr. . -m r -i . r 7 I . ! VIS 001.' In Vi Pint and 12 Pint Cans Just Enough to Waterproof Your Shoes The greatest leather preservative, softener and wafer-proofer known. For softening and preserving shoes, it has no equal, and by apply ing to eld cr stiff I either, will restore flexibility. . , .' Invaluable in rainy or wet places. !5foc: cn d Bond Brokers Vhone 11S2 . l. 0. IIox 52S 83 aEHCIUXT STIIEET V '1 - onoiulu Stock Exrftangc Tuesday. July SO1912. NAME OF STOCK. Bid. Asked. ' MERCANTILE. . C. Brewer & Co-. . . . . . . SUGAR. Ewa PJantation Co. Hawaiian Agrlc Co. ...... ! Haw. Com- & fcug. Co. Hawaiian Susar Co. . . . . , Honomu...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 30 July 1912

Honolulu gtbulletijiVtuesday, July 20, 1012 r lavueuce redii:gtou XI " v ? ; i - ' ' THE TRUTH ADCJJJ I SFOPJIhG EDITOR ''"!JX; . !- y i V ' ' ishzvzraz: ....... . - I ' ' V " ' :-3 iiU Find Match Against Castle a Dicpcintment from Spec : tctcrs" Standpoint Castle : bacily Off 1 . As an exhibition of supposedly first class tennis, the final match oC the 1312 tournament. In .which J. .Ather ton Richards yr.sterday . annexed .the Hawaiian championship, was a; dis cppcintment. Richards beat. A. JU Castle, holder, in three straight sets and did it so handily that many ten uis fans,' who. were delayed atthelr dcsl.s, and went to the Heretanla Club late, cxpectlns to see at least half of tJ.a rr.slch, were "faced with deserted co::rt?. and empty stands. . ' .-. -'-:.-rd3 was right cn, and, "Castle v.: ".y off. Just how much Rlch " r ' ' ".crs" counted , for ' Castle's c- ' , i.4 a question on which he cxi r is faHcd - to -'agree. ' Some thej-ht that the new champion, by l:cr; zz Castb av....

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 30 July 1912

10 1 HONOLULU STLVRBULLETIN, TUESDAY, JULY i 1912 - A t assifiec! - 4- f-vrr4 ) tr-i r r?- v ' " ' - ' , . . . 1 it r : r : H v m ! ; '" . , " . y .... n -i i . cr ' - - ' j- t 4 --. ; I. tv .it. : - . J',: WANTED II ore soda water ; drinkers. - Better to suffer from stomach ache than D.Ts. Nothing but good effects from drink ing our Root Beer or'Pineapple. Hon. Soda Water Co-,34 A N. Beretanla. C E. Frasher, mgr. 4941-tf Partner with $S00 for manufacturing business. Large profits. For details address 'F. A. E.M, Star-Bulletin. 5290-lm Second-hand violin,,, cheap. State price. Address "M. A.", Star-Bulletin. -- ' 5299-St A ? AUTO SERVICE. ' 1 , Trips.- around the .Island Wednesday, and Friday; ratcsf;S4.50 each. ) Those desiring to ' hike trip ..are, requested " to coibe arid' book. City Auto;Stand, opp., Cathode ' Mission,' "For' St; " Phone ZtCi or 1179 379tf ,1 -f Every-neaily 'Co.? MJC 'Klhgj inalli" ' egVrv Agents for' Dvery-Tteady self- '; etarter. ,'"Kut64' repa'Wlng Slililan...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 30 July 1912

HONOLULU STAR BULLE1IX, TUESDAY, JULY 20, 1912 A FOR SAN FRANCISCO , S. S. Sierra.. ....... , . .; .July 27 S. S. Sonoma..:.. Aug. 9 S. S. Sierra.......... ....Aug. 24 S. S. Ventura... ........Sept. 6 C. Brewer & Co., Lid., Pacific Mail Steship ' Co. Steamers of the above company will call at Honolulu and leave this port on or about the dates mentioned below: ' . ' FOR THE ORIENT S. S. Peria.V........... Ju:y27 S. S.' Korea... I.."....;.,. Aug. 1 S. S. Siberia. . : ...... . . . Aug. 16. ' For' general Information apply to H. Elaoldtold 5 Co., " Steamers of the above Coinparfy , or aboufthe dates mentioned below: FOR THE ORIENT G. S. Tnyo r'sru.. July 13 " ' CO. Chinyo Maru... ...Aug. 9 . S. S. Chiyo Mactf... ...... Sept. 6 C. C. Nippon Maru......CepL27 . ca!!5 at Manila, omitting: call at CASTLE Ci COOICE, LIMITED, Ap5nts, Hcno!i!!u. tfd'ean Navigation Gdmtisnif Direct Scrvico Between San Francisco and icnc!u!u.t . FROM SAN FRANCISCO C. S. Lurnne....V........Jufy31 S. C Wilhelmi...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 30 July 1912

12 HONOLULU - STAR-BULLET IX, TUESDAY, JULY 20, 1912 LEGAL NOTICES. I.N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FIRST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, TER RITORY OF HAWAII, HOLDING TERMS IN THE CITY AND COUN .TY Or HONOLULU.' 4 TnnniTOItT; OF HAWAII, by Mar si on Campbell. Superintendent of , TulftJc Work. Plaintiff and Petltlon t r. vs. SOO WAN HOY ETAW De tiTiciaiits and Re?pondenUKminent Domain. " ' ' ' THHM SUMMONS. thk territory OF HAWAII: ' To the HIGH SHERIFF of the TER RITORY OF H A WAIL, or hi Dep uty; the SHERIFF of the CITY AND -Dpuiy.-; -'-.r ;. .' - '' YOU ARE COMMANDED to sum mon COO WAN HOY; ENOCH JOHNSON;- KAMAKA STILLMAN; ROSE MelNEHXy, wife of E. A.McInerny; E. A. McINERNY; CARL ONTAI; CEORGE D. ROBINSON; GEORGE T. RORINSON; J. A. MAGOON; LI LIKALA.NI; THOMAS LALAKEA; EOSE.K4AIAU; LUM CHAN; CHIN -KWAtT Kltlr WflNV, LEOXG: HAR RY DOE JOE; JAPANESE BENEVO LENT SOCIETY, a corporation; W. O. SMITH, S. M. DAMON, E. FAXON BISHOP, ALBERT F. JCDD and AL FRED W. CARTER, Trustees under the Will and of th...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 30 July 1912

T . It 1 Mnie OLD JOHN ED. ' KOEfl C. Q. Yee Hop & Co. MEAT MARKET. AND IMPORTERS ' ' Telephone No! 3451 ' -v r REDFERN AND WARNERS CORSETS HALL COnCHCRT For..: 3 X AND I. The Office of Pub- lie Roads. - HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, TUESDAY, JULY 29M1012 teres i n n 'JL- ... I . .if -i s hit ' Y. S i. if . draws annually twenty times what be could earn In any posi tion, with , all his Commercial knowledge, Start saving money today for the boy with one of 'our Home Hanks. At the, interest we pay It will pile up to big figures be fore he is 21. . . Bank of Hawaii, Ltd. Capital-Surplus,; $1,200,000 ' R A r 1Tip uiro . Lifo.:;V: ilccr&eiit Jcto Glaca Surety liability HuV.T.ifna TrusiCo.,' Ltd., C23 Fort CtrttX 77 1 ircrnlcla were c?aln swept I j a cor:' r.it!:r, coald J-ca c ::::t i; urr.rce! . v,..v l u0j Ltd. . fLSTABLIGHED 1S2S) " : ' rr; r; :::t C:3 (!: 8. largest ncd fir;: :: t f.rc I. urascc ccLipa Lowest Hate3 Lit:rr.l Settlements FIRE IIISURAIJCE i tl2 u; f. Cuiiiuulufil CO. ...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 30 July 1912

1J0N0LULU STAK-BULLET. IX, TUESDAY, JULY 29, 1912 P3 . Continental For Rent or Lease 'I i I I Cc chevy Dag, r ! i 1 The Loalcal Way for Everything Oven-Cooked No fuss, no grease, no odor." Has aretrons, clean, water and Krt-ah'c-jiruof. r For anything oven-cooked . - IU tains, all natural . juices. '. Saves u?ua! 0 loss in 55 Cans - 25c llaivauan. Hews Co. Limited Young Building AN OPPORTUNITY v, as AvrAi:ni:i) iiigiil.st iioxoks l';.ir I. cl J ct acrarcento: ... .... At t!.o recent California State a i:ini;o. awuid nr.d a cash rmzE ' WHEN TIME IS AN OBJECT r mm IG THC THING 1 nines L. Kolt c:::o Zzo lots near the ca , zt e Lir'ila., sUa tb . I X.ztzz cf tt3 lata A r c n c a l c :i i:u!:;Ltr cf clscaii lots In a a t:i (Ir.lick f-trect, just epen s I u j from 1C0 to ZZ0. a Jtv in Nuuanu Valley. nir,'T A l;r:o, co:y 2:tcdroom - ;:; 1 v, J 21', cuJ a 4 I room v ;"i ; !i o.llle conveniences 1 ... ; ruw;;.-U t Kallhi.JCS. :c:--::;;.c::, 1:7 rcVci-.nr.fcircst ' r.iLU tnd CRCAM :M Cry F H....

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. — 30 July 1912

Frcn 8. P.i Lurllne. July 31. For & F.i Lurline, Aug. 6. From Vancouver: Marama, Aug. 14. For,Vancomeri Makura, Aug. 13. - M f ' AO.;:AA..;"r' AA -.A,-. A cJ o A.. n o - o 7 ' i Evening- Bulletin, Est. 1S, No. 53D1. -Hawaiian' Star. Vol. XX. No. 342. HONOLULU, TEH HI TORY OF HAWAII, TUESDAY, JULY 30, 1912.-11 PAGES. price five c:::ru rn U3 I. v c rXV Vm' 1 ! I . I v i 1 - A D- !. A 'cCIL-IJLiUlJ" Li L 4 c 1 fulfil AICP1 PJC a. J. L il u , , L Mil MM Former Inmate Paints Terrible Picture of the Present . Conditions Declarlnpr that the Oahn rountf pris on Js one cf tie "illest, dirtiest tuberc ular drns to be found anywhere. In the clrlllzed world; that no utnltaiy pre cautions whatever are found within Its confines; that tick prisoners are per nMcd to die In fIUir cells without proper attention and that the entire KjKten of management Is an Inhuman farce, Henry. Allen who for a period of feTcnil years, and until a compara tively short time a?o, was almost a continuous resident of...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
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Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 30 July 1912

HONOLULU ST Alt-BULLE' IX, TUESDAY, JULY 30, 1912 SMppiirig mm n W. F. Fernald, a water-tender con ceded with the fireroora squad In the Tacrine Mail steamship China, was ta ken seriously 111 shortly before the csel arrived at Honolulu from Oriental porta, and followfng a con- the man was ordered off the ship and tent to the Queen's Hospital, where be will undergo an operation believed, to ro necessary to prolong his life. I'ernald Is said to be suffering from) ccute appendicitis. His removal fromj tl? China occurred only a few mln- vies, before that vessel was ready to d r:irt for San Francisco. The China brought one thousand toss Oriental cargo for discharge at Honolulu. ' Two deaths occurred on the voyage, each being. Chinese, one a steerage rerrenner. the other a member of the crevr. The Chinese sailor is said to have committed suicide "-'by,' leaping over the side of the ship. His body we not recovered, though several hours were spent in the search. The China sailed for the coa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 30 July 1912

HONOLULU STAR-BULLE1IN, TUESDAY, JULY CO, 1912 KG KEV SKALl ROLLER OUT TARIFF H J2S5L ; leii tin ei SyiKvis: i f "V it - L iviaimaimnfj BETTER ROADS II1 IGED us stocks i "V.'c Mrant Letter roads and fewer fteara rollers,' urged one conserva tive member of the Hoard of Snpervls ora this morning when asked as to the t ut come of a combined effort upon the part of three members in that . body to foist a IJufTaloPitts machine upon the city and county of Honolulu whether or no 'it Is really needed by the road department. ' ' 'The city has no need for an addi tional ten-ton roller, and I .for one hhall advocate that the money requir ed to purchase the roller handled by the Lynch Company, Incorporated, be utilized for purpose far more bene f cial to the municipality as a whole." Murray refrained last evening from verbal participation in the endeavor to add another steam roller to the al ready large number of these ma chines owned By the city and county, and generously loaned to the various...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
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Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 30 July 1912

HONOLULU STARpXLETIXTU - -fif Z' Ha TIlIls Hie Unitod States will have the chief for- I ........ .tUUilU - Uil - UiUuTlUt eigu trade, probably, of South America and the'f : PERSONALITIES I -.Mch is combined the HAWAIIAN STAIR,' estab I. !.?J 1S33. and the EVENING BULLETIN, establlsb- ' ci iss2. ; ' . , ... MEMBER ASSOCIATED PRESa far east, provided our people awake to the situa tion before England ana Gerrnany-have monop-j 'missis iD ;and ,vi iidiNiA bl ized the.se fields, ' l lliere that the day will wade and Miss Augusta Ricff left iasi week: for Honolulu to be gone sev- LETTERS ON i Tlf iELY TOPICS come when (he prm-nt en.-sl.ing armaments will rVSZZ? XLfZ I LEV JI. ALLEN, ... . . . . . . . , . . . . . .Editor , le superseded by one big international army and mrs. sexton of San Franctscj invv for thi nn'roos of keenin" order throiidi-' - or tM volcano today. 'While ; ?. in naj ior mc purpost. 01 kipin0 oruer inrougn-. tne , ,and h iu rv.vtArffll 111 1 tho world." ALLACE R. FA K I...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 30 July 1912

HONOLULU STAK BULLE' IX, TUESDAY, .lULY CO, 1912 .3-1 t AMUSEMIITG. A ML" IT. ME JOU TOSATEn mum: A A four whs XLiS LEAD i - " i 1 lirlnrl CiinrxKnne Till Ifnnrle in Ml IVU M v LI Wl I tj I III II VWWW III .4 Life of City The remark was made the other day by a woman who has made Honoluf?i 'ht-r home for the part few year, that altJTourh Honolulu is an advanced town for Iti size and thre are a great many thinking women herej there Js nImo?t a . dearth of woman's clubs. This may seem to be the casefor the women's cluljs probably because of the retiring dispositions of cultured women in general receive little pub licity. ' r If the chprch organizations are to be considered rlubs, ther really areaboJt as many clubs as there are women to belong to them., The four most prom inent clubs-In the city are the Morn Ing Music Club the College Club, "the Outdoor Circle of the Kllohana Art league and -the Women's Auxiliary of men. Most of the meetings are not the Outrigger ,CIuK;,-.: to the publi...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 30 July 1912

G HONOLULU STAK-BULLtTIX, TUESDAY, JULY SO, 1012 S EEF i FOR RENT FURNISHED House on Green St., Two Bedrooms, $45 per month House on Kewalo St., "' Three Bedrooms $75 per month. Bishop Trusty Co., Ltd; B24 BETHEL STREET . will buy 3-bcoYoom BUNGALOW and LOT' with 75-foot frontage I cn Fort street. House has been built about eighteen months. Terms given. Tor particulars apply 0. G. Lansing, MERCHANT STREET' 1 Mothers Cannot Tel! by tasting it, whether the milk they are giving the baby is pure or not. The only milk you can be absolutely sure of is milk purified by electricity, the one perfect method.' All our milk is thus puri- fied. As to its richness' ard flavor, we shall be plad to have you judge' of that for yourself. Let us terve you. Honolulu Dairymen's Association Phono 1542 i w. a-& cm, ATTORNEY AT LAW . v KDiolenl Cuilding Honolulu, f K . 1 . , " - - " P O. Do Vtt . . . . STOCKS. ' IB O N D S IS U RANGE REAL ESTATE ! LOANS NEGOTIATED 76 nrrcrj ttl f fi&eioii- - If the...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 30 July 1912

HONOLULU 8TAR-BULLB1IN, TUESDAY, JULY.30, 1912 -x,, , ... . J4 A 11.1LE Cfll Nomination of Delegate Post , . poried ;6n Account of Kuhio Sentiment 1 .Declaring that they fear the dis franchisement or the Hawaiian voters Is at hand, and believing It is best lor them,: 'and "the Hawailans generally,' to elect a Hawaiian delegate to Con gress, the Home Rulers at their con vention held yesterday in the Notley hall postponed the nomination of their delegate to Congress until September. According to the rules 'of the party, the Home Rulers 1 should ' 'nominate their delegate. in, the July convention, but the Jlome Rulers deferred the nomination of their delegate ,to , Con gress until after the Republican party has selected a standard I carer to op pose Kuhlo, as tbey'ttciri to'think It Will do. ' - ..:; The Home Rulers at their conven tion yesterday discussed freely, the ad visability of endorsing Kuhlo." should , he run again Sor, delegate to Congress. Rut they, added that in the event ....

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