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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 9 August 1912

10 nONOIXTLU STAR-BITLI.ETIX, FRIDAY, AUG. 9, 1012. :: V' r . V" ' C a .'1 .':. ! V . - It .;, '. 'It'; Tempi ic Weekly Calendar MONDAY: TUESDAY: WEDNESDAY: THURSDAY: FRIDAY: SATURDAY: "All vlyltlns mfm-r of the order an? cordially Invited to at tend meetings of local lodges. -HONOLULU LODGE, CIS, B. P. 0. E, b' . Honolulu Lodge Mo. 616 vV V n &. P- O. Elks, meet in L W.ty fhl hall nn Kin Rt. M ....... mm ... 0 - evening. Visiting Broth Mason -.r . J V er era are cordially Invited attend a. e. MunriiT. n H. DUNSHEE, Sec. - ,.- v ' : Meet on the v 2nd and 1 th 1 Monday 8 of each month . at- K.P. hall f 7:30 R M :i -'Members of cordially invited to, attend. WJMcWIVLKT LODGE, m 8, -' . v;x. ef P,. r .- Meets everr 2nd and 4th itur yl$ZM day evening at 7:30 o'clock , in IV. oi -:. r nan, - cor. iron - ana Be re tan la. ; Visiting brother .' cordially invited to attend. X ; V JL F. GERTZ. C C H HONOLULU HEKIE V 140, F. 0. E. Cj Wednesday evening of each month at 7:20 . o'clock, tin :...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 9 August 1912

HONOLULU 8TAR BULLEUIX, FfllDAY, AUG,9; 1912. ir "- ft V t ;. 'V V . V J t OLIVER TYPEWRITER The machine that has come to mean a saving to the busi ness man in time and mate rials. a Its simple yet effective con struction, perfect alignment and quick recovery insure perfect results. . Let us show you one of our 1912 OLIVER8. i Hawaiian News Co. Limited Young Building' 3 The general favorite because . It is light, eompsc4 dependable. ' 1 1 ' - gi vee -the verfes4 4 mter ,geod rseulu, and'yei ttieeU tho : requirements of the experienced photographer. . PRICE $20. Special 3A . retains the Kodak simplicity, of ' operation, but hat-every possi We improvement PRICE $65. Photo Supply Co., ; "Everything, Phtoe(raphic,, . f f Jt V , ' : 'V- ' --' -.: BiorRman's tt Merchant Ctffft - ! THE v & fv Dillingham Co. 4 , , LIMITED , " : , General Aflent fbrf Hawaii: Atlas Atauranee Company of London, t New - Yortc Under ,j , writers. 'Agency; - Providence Washington Insurance Co. Mth, Floor, Sta...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 9 August 1912

12 nONOLULO BTAR-BU LLE1 1 X, FIJI DAY, AUG. 9, 1912. 5 5 Ease Cleanliness Pleasure 1 v apeea j - - . ; .' ,' - -' 'v",:' ' ' - ' ;.V " " Guaranteed Four Stroke Washer Horton Iliracl Washer - .v, - , ,v , ' v. V - r . cEOMall'S: Sons, Household Dept. Cor Kiiig and Fort .Sts. - . . Love's VlSCQL; y:4 SKdfc JnVi Pnt and ' iVVPinV Cans-Just .The greatest leather preservative, softener and water-proofer known. For softening and preserving shoes, it has no'equal, and by apply ing to old or stiff leather, will: ra store ; Invaluable In rainy or wet. placet. ' 4 : -. Kclnernygsiioe Store I Al WkY V)0i2unoA ixjo $ Sum M)tl$l USI aoqj IjJjM dn 9pjS JUBU SI )j Union Pac ific Limited i ; : 11 aij) Aq gMsic lines Clothes Time Mohey No Slop No Steam No More $10.00 12.50 pnnT5)' Enough V Waterproof Your Shoes flexibility. . Drudgery Baiiepv -i ; .. . -. ........ airhDV MCSStMfitR BOY l parcel DELIVERY .PHONE 1881 We Krow everybody and understand the business. Transfer Co. p9puuq PALAMA DORMITORY ...

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. — 10 August 1912

; y ... i- -v' rr . . . . - mt 'VJ,fc.- JlUUUiUlUt, AUg 1. l or 8. E.I y ...... . ... . . mm. -r ' . . -i ' - - - '- ' - f - . 1 "' t." .' : ( - 4 Chlyo Manx, Aug. 13. iYcn YaneotTers Marama. Aug. 14. For VftBcooTtrx . Makura, Aug. 13. ''.' 1 1 . 1 " 8 - ' . 1 - 1 . 1 11 1., ... . 1 .... 1 , . , 1 ... .1. . I . , ii 1 Evening Bulletin, Et 1882, No. MIL -.Hawaiian Star. Vol. XX, No. 352- if III r ' n "ft Mir? mlMmmr ''rNi!rT .1 : 4 ii ill "' i x .TV :ii ; i i ait " l I i x - i i i i i i Agreement Reached at i o O'clock ' . ThisVIvibrRiirgr-Increase of ; All Wasnd PaEbrBackipir Given -Letters Settle Dispute QuicklV i OPERATION rrrarijjement f X? ' : o f S teamerslTovW . SCliiUULE OF WAGES TO'BE -'PAID .CAPTAINS' AND V. t.:;.7E3 BY THE JfJTER-ISLAfJD ' STEAU IJAVIGA-- ' . TlOfJ COMPANY, LTD., i: :u steamers. - V -; daptalns. v Kilauca,,.... .. . . 210 v v' "' :.'r- Klnau .-i i .V ; )i ,"210 --s :.' ;. -Claudlne ...210 ' ' v'Mauna Loa 210 .' Mac! i V; . 200 vllelene 200 ; w. g. Han n:;....

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 10 August 1912

.'T'-.-.-r.rr ::w -W.A :.'V;';',-V.-;, , -A .,, - .. . , . , 2 V mwwmm 9' . mmmm I i . 10 THE :-." ."A Filipino servant, declared by the . ; federal (quarantine authorities at San : Francisco to be a leper. Is being re- turned lo Jb e Philippine Hlands in - 4 the .United States transport Dix, which "m 4 vessel larrifed from Seattle at an ear- . f tljr 'hcrarf this 'morning .nd is moored .t t.A iHf,T,r,at .h.rf n.in r several ;days pending the exercising of a i large number of horses and mules en route to Uncle Sam's Island 'possessions. : The. Filipino is closely guarded dur- ing the" sUy of the vessel here in or- der to prevent his escape. He 'is to be taken to the big Culion leper set - tlement" in the southern Philippines, s. -f- where j he wHi receive treatment at Mails, are due from the following -r vthat Is declared a model institution ' points , as follows: of its'lcind. i ' - San Francisco Sherman, Aug. 12. The Dix experienced fair weather, Victoria Maramav August 14. - on t...

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. — 10 August 1912

4? K ? r SHORT ON WATERcBOT LONG ON COLONELS AT BARRACKS Second Infantry Has .TtoejaJ2n& cagie-wearers Auacneu, but Major Commands ttIccJaI Star-Bulletin Corr.npondtw SCHOFIKLI) BARRACKS, August 10.- It is well known that this big Iosi nas neen tnreatenea witn a water famine during the past three months. Hut though that necessary Jiem has been reduced in quantity the Second Infantry Is "long" on Col uels. With the arrival of the next Transport from San Francisco, schexi tiled for the 12th lest., that regiment will have three officers of that grade on its rolls. They "are Col. Francis XV. Mansfield, now on leave of ab tence preparatory to his retirement BY AUTHORITY NOTICE. TO CONSUMERS OF GOVERNMENT WATER: On and after September 1, 1912, an Individual - Inspection of all premise using government water will bo made -by Inspectors of the Honolulu Water Work. Any leaky.' or' defective fix tures discovered after the above date will subject the privilege td immedi ate shut-off withou...

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. — 10 August 1912

HONOLULU" STAR-BULLETIN', SATURDAY,' AUG 10J murium tar- In vtftch; jg combined jthe-HAWAIIAN STAR, estab- , I)rie furt itiirri: r.itrf ' linmxit(Kiil irirr o frt tint Uft nnfirffVl by the facte as-determined in the territorial su- l lUhed 1892. and the EVENING BULLETIN, establish- d UW. v : . K MEMBER ASSOCIATED l'RESa RILEY H. ALLEN ....Editor WALLACE R. FARRINGTON Kuhio'8 aiiMwer has a superficial cleverness. Ik; answers definite questions bj replies that are 'neither definite nor to the point The one supreme test of Kuhio's sincere re gard for his party and the unity of that party was the test as to whether he would eliminate ......... . .... . . . . . . lousiness Manager disastrous gubernatorial controversy from IAIN offices .i.v. j'iriBis ALAKEA STREET ! the campaitra this fall. 4 ' .' 1 campaign lie failed to meet this test He failed to say party unity and Hawaii's political harmony : welfare. ' ?; ? ! ! : 'There can Ik? but one thing now for loyal Re- MAIN Telephone 2185 225...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 10 August 1912

"I "W!" V ; 4" 'v-t HONOLULU STAR-BULLKTIN, SATURDAY AUGi 10; 1912: ; ...... '' 4 1 I TV' I ' a Jhie W WHICH ONE MEETS A TALKER Prosy? Well. I bad Just begun to . think that Honolulu, was setting close tc that stage, as I sealed myself on ne of, those uncomfortable seats : In Thomas Square, and was wishing that fcy some . unaccountable turn of af fairs the coastbound steamer would arrive about two days ahead of time, o. that I might hie me back to the , coast.) - t P-at I am now - convinced that II was homesickness that was the mat ter with me, and an also convinced that Honolulu is not the prosy place I thought it was, by virtue of a most interesting chat wfth; a person whe plumbed hlmselfdown beside mc and dafed ' to address a remark my fay. V I-took 'him to be one of Hono lulu's Tcbaractersr and thought that . ne would serve for amusement for a abort time.'-1 must have carried my bored condition . on my face ' for be . c-pened; his remarks with: , - ,, 1 '.. :-i'aK you look like ...

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. — 10 August 1912

t I V 1- ! J '---; ; HONOLULU STAKB tainiSATURDAAtTGIOOlS: sir ? : v" : " ? " ransactidns gr 536, Kancohe, Koolaopoko, Oabu. B ..Hills. Horialuhv Cteiju; $4850 B 364 ? 373, p 89. July; 18. 1912. r . p 05. July 1, 1912.' - - 1 Henry Peters and wf to John J Laura, V RHej to llichard H Trent, . Comba. tr. II; 5500 sq ft of gr 2593, PA;, special -.powers." B 376, p 69. ' PuoDui. Honolulu, Oabu; UpOO. .B May 21r 1912, ; ! c , ' 369. p 218. July 19, 1912. , ! - Gerhard Segtlken' by atty to ' P,G John Lemes to Kdw ir F Wolter, tlilley, D; lot 4 and pore lots 3 and Grant; 3 ft ft W over pors kuls 956, 5, blk B, bldgs, rents, etc, Pawaa tract, I 11215. and gr Fdri St, Honolulu. Honolulu. Oabu;. $3800. B 368, p 330. : Oahu; $1. B 36$ p 302. July 17, 1912. July 10; 1912. ' " , Recorded Jufy 19121 Pane Yonit Dal to Wonir In. D: 1-4 i-'lora Klckard to Laupahoehoo Sug- JP G' Riley ' and wf to Trent Trust Von Hamm-YoungfCo Udto John lnt In pors gr 39 and RP 7470. kul ar o, L; 8a X)f lot l. gr 5705...

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. — 10 August 1912

V. i t K. X X ftS HONOLULU STARBTTLLEIIN, SATURDAY :'! Xf llilMgl ':v""' j. iiagp . GO AS JUPJK, OTHERS TO FOREIGN ITIOIfS !; t tiffin M mSllffif v: ,Many Small Navies Built Up tin ? Discarded Vessels of the United States Of the mighty ships of war tl filch twenty-three,yearg ago &a the "white -,:'; squadron made the nation thrill V with pride only three remain afloat In J; the service of the United Btates. The v famous cruise of the "white squad--v ron" to European ports was regarded as a token that the United Sutes had H found herself as a naval power, says V the New York Herald. Yet when wa? ' ..!was declared t againstri Spain, nine "yeai s after; the cruise," so out rOf tlate were' those j)roud figbtint cralt that voniy one 'ox.uienvme-uostoni! neipea - to smasb M6ntoJoa ifleet at. Manilas and. not a, single vessel ;of. the, "whitei squadron" r t was : actually -'-.engaged I against Certera at Cantiago The Boston v has i ' since f been '.condemned! but' va reinstated LncL la...

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. — 10 August 1912

V V- - 8 HONOLUL 'A- FOR RENT '1 FURNISHED 1 't . House on Green St ,r ; Two Bedrooms, $45 per month ; Hduse on KewaloSt.,. Three Bedrooms v . $75 per month. Dishop IVtist Co,. Ltd. S24 BETHEL 8TREET. w. ATTORNEY. AT, LAW kapioUH Ouildinfl1 : Honeluli ft H "'. v; Pf . O- Box C3I ". .; ' ' . ? :'-J :'UA VJ. ' J. ri Duicenberg -STOCKS 4 BONDS . . i: I.SURANCE REAL ESTATE LOANS NEGOTIATED i 7 MnjT'?.pnn ,,frr; . ARCHITECT. :6 r-;-'.' ; - C; ' Ktiinati jPnrnlsbcd on-Buildinri ) ' :r .. IUtet Reasonable . . t . r.Ia'y's' Old KonaXoffee -,1- Fbc:; J 271 ; i ; i - I, h on sat . 3 i Graduates Attention Anything in basket . axJj' 1 bouquet rurk with class ribbons at reasonabk 1 1'ilcea, . . : llbtel St opjwwii Vex, Young Cafe. '. ' :k"- V'-rt. Bwtania StrMt .4 f X--''--BAKER & HOKE. Prop-; ; Jv ORANC CLOSSOM CANOIES HO NO LULU , DRUG CO, LTD. 1C24 Fort St Tephon 1SS4 ChaG, R; Frazier fODH Ai)VtWlSBJLi i vf hone 1S71 122 Kinr IX. AG HI Pry I V CLOTHES TO COST -! ; 1 ' : MORE NEXT YEAR NEW...

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. — 10 August 1912

- ; v -: -..V" HONOLULU STARBULLEr IN SATUHDAY, AUG; 10, 1912. - J' LAURENCE REDINGTON SPORTING EDITOR THE TRUTH ABOUT SPOZT IskvERAlCHOCK &44434$4)&q84)o&4&4)4 fi m?: 1 a x gil lie. . j, ? - . INTER-CLUB GOLF ITCHES AI Country Club; Moanalua, Scho ' field Barracks and Haleiwa . ;Mayi Get Together in Four Cornered Team Match A match -play handicap tournament is scheduled for tomorrow over the County Club Course, ' and; with the links in first: class condition, and com petition among, the players keen, it lv expected 1 that a large field will drive off.; Entries must be made at the club house before 10 o'clock to--morrow morning, when the drawings will be made. Owing to the fact that the tournament will be run off in, one day, the rounds, will be only 9 - in stead of 18 holes. 1 Country dub golfers : have some- thing to look' forward to in the way of competition, for ; it ' Is understood that several golfing ' enthusiasts are 'working on a plan for several inter- ; cl...

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. — 10 August 1912

10 HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, SATURDAY, AUG. 10, 1012. First and Only in the Is 'Mir j A Long-Eelt Supplied 4 Why cook when you can find anythinglyou want for a meal ready and hot on our steam table. See the list! - - " , - : r- ' . ' lands Tr TIP ri - Want Take a Trial Order Home and see if you do not like it. Hot Goods ready at 11 a.m. daily. Hot Roast Beef Hot Roast Lamb Hot Roast Pork Hot Roast Chicken Baked Fish Hot Boijed Potatoes Stewed Tomatoes, Corn, Peas Hot Soups Hot Meat Pies Hot Baked Beans Spaghetti a la Italian Boiled Ham Pickled Lamb All 5inds of Cold Meats All Kinds Salads Pickles and Sardines Pies Cakes Olives American and Swiss Cheese Sandwiches of All Kinds v Everything Good 1180 Fort Street IEILJIMOIME Mi. l ; I 1 I . , . ... -. . . . . m r - - ' - - - . . -. . . . ' 1 ' f " STEAM ROLLER" ORIGINATED IN fiili 1908 DESPITE T.R.'S ASSERTION I " Whitdsv flffi" Lyra :;:-iAN-1nl;-:: Tel Ko. 4-0-4-0 "3W$ai of Colors Presented to 2n(i M&ty XM loii; li Ceremony , 4 4 i ...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 10 August 1912

nONOLULU STAR-BULLE1 IX, SATURDAY, AUG. 10, 1912. presentation of points IN R. T. JhfooJiri block Surfeit ffnbhtd t Aae-csrSrcurc --.i ra:LLLr - i . or" Concrth base INVOLVED paving Ml) foffifl 2' BitMhic Suifacc j I rocdcn blocks , : V Z-A'fvM'C Struct. '- T- ". 4'- Supervisors Not Fully Decided on Yielding, as They Are Now Advised Company to the Board of Supervisors of the City and County of Honolulu, in which the company notified the board that it was ready to proceed to lay lava block pavement on King Advised by Deputy City Attorney i between Nuuanu street and the matter to this department calls for a Milverton to yield in the Rapid Tranr sit paving dispute the board of super visors are still undecided as to their policy. The city and county attorney handed down an opinion some days ago the conclusions of which were published by the Star-Bulletin. He gave a summary of the points Involv ed, as follows: At a meeting of the Board of So penrlsors held on the 29th day of July. 1912, ...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 10 August 1912

'.I 12 HONOLULU STAK-RMLLKTIX, PATTIiDAY, AIT,. 10, 1912. H ' 7 .,,( . CALLING DAYS FOR HONOLULU T SEEMS to be a common thing arsons girls In the younger set to quite overlook the courtesy due those vho remember them wilh occasional i 4 & 5 3 ni fpaniiant Invllal Intra In affairs Pari tMilnrl v fa lhf nYnlsKinn tint- lceable "when the severe S. V. P." appears in the corner. It seems almost ridiculous that guests have to be reminded that an answer, either an acceptance or regret, ia expected but old-time custom began It and ? rew customs have not found it less necessary, nor anything better, to s take Us place. Here in, Honolulu the complaint is almost general. The vounir cirls having their first' of, second season, and oftener it is by those y ho have not already made their formal bow to society, that this apparently important Item is overlodTed to an extent that causes remark, ''v This seems to be a season, when society is at the ebb. There are so many people ln the social swim...

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. — 10 August 1912

t-- V- . IS . ' HONOLULU STAR-BULLET IX, SATURDAY, AI!G. 10, 1012. - i .a; ! ; : rfa GOWNS SEEN ON A PARIS LAWW s. " -' ? ''. ' . i the - Sonoma yesterday f dutiti y mm lit mmmm ' r wim mccniiu leu'c. save a n easm? " , while, ) left Id tbe - Sonoma yesterday aUcrnocn. ; ' -' ) ' JThose who met Ernst;Bchr, of Pas adcna last spring, when be spent; sev eral week wltlf his slater, Mrs. Ruf us Spalding 'of Kaua!,J will be touch In tcies ed in bearing of- his jjngage ment to Mis Bessie Mattlsoh. . only daughter of Dr. Fitch C. E. Mattison, one of the Vnost prominent an pbpu iarj physicians of Pasadena. Mr. Behr By C. S. ALBERT (Special Star-Bulletin Corrcpond-ncc J -WASHINGTON, D. C, August I. Mrs. Thomas E. Carter, now at her home At Helena, Mont, will give a rc- is l,im self the only soi of a physician., When they pass through Helena on Ur. Arno rf. Behr of Pasadena, a man I their way next month to Glacier Na lioted all oreirv the country for his: tional Parte, and on their exit from e...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 10 August 1912

14 IfOXOLULU. STAR-BULLETIN, SATURDAY, AUG". 10, 1912. ! 4 i wmmm w EVENT OF THE WEEK m K. Stock; Exchange Shows Heavy Decline for the Past Six Days Overshadowing every other business topic, not excepting he sugar tariff, j SUGAR NEWS OF sang were fined 500 pesos at Manila for carrying unmanifested cargo. Two, hundred tins of opium were found in1 the ship,, packed in tins labeled loaf! sugar. I Henry Clews, in his latest special letter, says WRUORtt Sugar news of unusual interest has Prices of nearly all com- Den received during the past lew f' tomuMlrt mSSSl mXoTthpi modities are high and continue to days by the Waterhouse Trust Cora V IntrVEELa ilttU wik m.a .Vn.!'how a rising tendency. This stlmu- Pany from its New York correspond- Rational event not in incidents but In' f11 . .di8qttl?t f"1! .w:.i.ne8 & Co ' who8e tT,lle" ' ... , Mm i Some theorists hold that the large in- Z V merclal and social Interests of the' i?,Bold Pdcttoo is-respon- 1', Territory. It showed how depend...

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. — 10 August 1912

HONOLULU STAR-BULLETUX, SATURDAY, AUG. 10, 1912. 15 OLIVER WJPEWRITER The machine that has come to mean a saving to the-busl-nesa man in time and mate rial. Ita simple yet effective con etructlonperfect alignment and quick " recovery insure perfect results. - Lot 5 us, show you one of our 1912 OLIVERS. Hawaiian-News Co. LimSWd . Younfl Building . - i is a useft&nfclivy8 entertaining, too. T&e. .seijenUQcf JnvestJgatpr findirlt MttQpat tor every pur pose. , The amateur can "work it" without trouble. - 'ASK TO SEE IT : . Honolulu ; Photo Supply . Co.,. .Everything Photdflraphlc" FORT 8TREET Biofkman-s T3 Ill ip3C3IHi 133 Merchant Strttt Phone 2747.' re Insurance ':"-' i ' ' v.-- .' " . V. THE ' ; . feF. DHIiniiham Co. -'.; Y',;! ' LIMITED General Agent for Hawaii: . Atln Assurance Company of. London, New York ;. Under writers Agency J Provfdehce , Washington 4 Insurance Co. " : 4th Floor, Stangtnviald ' Bldg. 1000 FEET ft-INCH , . Garden Hose Extrar Good Value 25 Ft f3.75 JAME...

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. — 10 August 1912

10 noxoLULtr star-bulletin, Saturday, Am 10, 1912. t7 r I 11. 11 Ease Speed Cleanliness Pleasure Guaranteed Four Stroke Washer Horton fifiracle Washer - E. Hall Household Dept. iviscoii B SOFTENS I !TERfRO0fsi Site mats 11 In V Pint and 1'2 Pint CansJust Tho grcattst leather preservative, For softening and preserving shoes, it has no equal, and by apply ing to old or stiff leather, will restore flexibility. Invaluable in rainy or wet places. Llclnerny I AI lMimV MESSENGER BOY limji vajB3 qjjM dn apis -Pacific! lULiociJijI Union Limited m Aq poipuen si ojmiujni jnoA udiim jnq !ijctede) sj pc s;m iMacMies Clothes Time Money No Slop No Steam No More Drudgery $10.00 12.50 cS: Sons, Cor, King and Fort Sta, 1 , Enough to Waterproof Your Shoes softener and water-proof er known. Shoe Store I PARCEL DELIVERY PHONE 1861 We know everybody and understand the business. )q6)j si Transfer Co. Bakery The Only Guaranteed Exterminator Stearns' Electric RatoiRoach Paste Exterminates rats, mice, cockro...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 10 August 1912

17 E FOR WOMEN AND TH Local Chat: Home and Fashion Hints: Religious and Other Activities: Things Feminine HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, SATURDAY, AUG. 10, 1912. A PAG R INTERESTS I WIFE OF W00DR0W WILSON . MISTRESS OF HAPPY HOME Mrfi. Wilcnn Ic o Phorminn - - - - awv w "r V f 9 9 t j Southern Woman with Blooming Daughters What every woman In the United States wants to know just now might be embodied In a single question: What is Mrs. Woodrow Wilson like? For the stars and the political pro phets point to the nominee of. the Democratic convention as the next President of the United States, and it is natural if or as all to be Interested in the personality, the views, the ap pearance, in every little thing that is characteristic and distinctive of the woman who maybe our unofficial rep resentative, in tne White House and may ; typify the t American - woman to all nations during the next four years. I had the " privllege-rpHvllege is a fact, not a phrasse, in this Instance of meeting Mrs. Wo...

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