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title: 'Honolulu star-bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1912-current, July 01, 1912, 3:30 Edition, Page 13, Image 18',
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HOXOU'M' STA'K-nriCr.KTIX. MONDAY; .TPLY. K VM'2.
Fourth of July Races, 1912
! ik st Um i Running K.ice. .mile! free for alL .$2J0.IX)
Si kind ,K.( i rlunu:ng, Hawaiian lit ..mile !j1i ;
Second ...... , ' 50.00
Tn l sen Rack -limning, free for
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PmiKTif K.a-Trotting anl Paring'. 2:15 clas, mile
heats: two in three ........ . .
Viftii Hac k Kunnin.Prce for ;11. 1 14 mile lash. purse 750.00
Sixtii Kaci: Running, free for"all. ponies 14-2 or under,
' mile flash, pttrsc . . . . .;. . ... .-. .... . . . . ... 125.00
S i:t.ntii - Race Japanese owned horses, Y mile dash :
I;irst money .'. . . ... i:. .. 150,00
Second money 50.00
Km 1 rut Raci: Running Race. 1 mile cjash, Hawaiian
hrcd : .First purse .... .... . . .... . . .v. . . ... . . ... 300.00
Second purse .... . ..... 4-s . ... .... 50.00
; Ninth Race Running Race, free for all, Y mile dash. 250.00
Tenth' Race Trotting and Pacing, free for all, best
two in three mile heats, purse . . .... . . . .... .... . . . 350.00
Elkxtntii Race Running Race, Maui maiden ponies,
Vi; i"1c 'dash, 14-3 or under: First ............ 100.00
Second i " -25.00
Twelfth Race Running Race, free for all; maidens,
' " ? year-olds, mile dash, winner of third race " .
barred ; purse . . ; . ... ... . . . . .... 250.00
Thirteenth. Race Running Race, Hawaiian bred,
inile dash: First .................. .... .
Fourteenth Rack rCowboy Relay Race, as usual : First
J Fifteenth Race Gentlemen's
0 race-horses barred, for a
0 Sixteenth Rce Mule Race,
THE. n EST V KALIS WK HAVE SOLD IN AN AGE IS THAT
FROM RAYMOND RANCH. IT IS KILLED AND DRESSED
ON THE GROUND AND DROUGHT HERE INCOLD STOR-
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, 'AGE. . - , ... ... . '
AVE HAVE MILK-FED BROILERS AND OLDER POUL
' TRY FOR ROASTING, AND AUSTRALIAN BUTTER.
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hi E T ROPOL1TAN MEAT MARKET.
Heilbron and Louis.
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Race, for members only,
1 mile dash: First . . 35.00
For the Fourth of July Balls
Our stock is resplendent with new
styles and features in evening footwear.
White and Black Satm Puinp
Colonials, White Velbuck,
The styles ar ? those being now worn
in New York and Boston.
We want your trade, and
will appreciate a call
GEO. A. BROWN, Manager
; King and Bethel Sts.
---I'Ut it' a: ne'.v .stains: gta
mht calll IM ART GLASS.
'cists ' vry litt U ami pr(M-lu;:s
si.irpiiins: awl IvmhUmi.1 I'fOi'ts
ij:t rs .iu-imonstisai i:
Lewers & Cooke,
177 S. KING STREET
OAHU. FURNITURE CO.
King Street, opposite Young Hotel
P. O: Box 840 Phone 3092
NO PRESERVATIVES IN
THE BEST MILK FOR
Your Grocer Sells It
MILK and CREAM
Kaimuki Dairy - F. H. Kilby, Prop.
We deliver fresh Milk and Cream
twice daily to all parts. of the. city.
P. O. Box 220
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U. M. DUNCAN
1"S lliTetnnla St, opi. Roaji llansiiiaa
J m. C O B S ON. BROS.
Pantheon Block Hotel Street
are made on the latest London, Paris
and New York Custom Lasts.
REGAL SHOE STORE
King' and Bethel Streets
A Couple of
By ANDREW . WHITNEY
Abnrbam Pdnerfoti was a re.tl esium
nd , Insurance nian. and .luluinv
Thrnoker was hn chief clerk. t)k'
kejMr a nd ma u of all work, ln-sid s
taking care of 1 ht ofSce. evfn to swm j
lug out. Soon after ,1 oh nu.v xwnt with
the rNl estate m.in the hitter's daugh
ter, afzifl seventeen, came into the otllce
tuit motuluu to get some pin juorjey .
and found Johnny there alone.
This v'jit was the beinnin5r of a
lore affair Ik?1vpm her and .lohnn.v.
vtiij; found a visit to the ortire and
uMn him pleawmt. Delia came quite
often after that, always choosing a
time when her father was. out drum- ,
min? up or attending to huslness. Mr.
Patterson was consequently ignorant 1
of the growing nttat htuent. Indeed he '
was unmindful of the fact that his !
dau.Khler had outgrown her dull. As j
for Johnny, Patterson grudged him the j
$10 it week salary lie paid him.
One day ilr. Patterson. Just as he
had Ktarted in for the sale of -a.. piece of !
real estate upon which the commission
would amount to ?1. 000. fell ill and was
confiued to his bed Down to tlie oHic I
came Delia with a note from him to
Johnny stating that he must give up
trying to bring about the trade and so !
inform the seller and a buyer i whom
he bad hoped to sell Hie property.
Johnny read the note and jMMiderrd. j
"What you thinking .about'" asked I
the inquisitive Delia.
"I was wondering If I could do the
I "Of course yon can." j
At that moment Mr. Wardell. the I
owner of the -propertyin question.,
came in and aisked If Mr. Paterson was
yet down. Johnny replied that he was
a trifle Indisposed and wouldn't arrive
till afternoon, hut he (Johnnyi would
do anything required in ihe'mrantime.
Tell him I've decided to take $40,000
for the property."
Mr. Wardell went out. and Johnny
and Delia consulted. The consultation
ended in Delia keeping oflice while
Johnny went out to find Mr.,-Deacon,
the expected purchaser. Deacon had
offered $40,000. but tin- price was then
f4i..r00 : Johnny asked If he would buv
at the priced and Deacon told him he
thought he would 4 But twfore he cuiild
determine positively he must mak an
other visit; to the property and look it
Johnny returned ;to Delia, and an
other consultation followed. A person
had been in the", office while '.-Johnny
was away from whom she had giithei
ed that certain real estate agents of
the town were getting busy alMut the
property and a sale was likely to be
made by another 1 go b'twceu who
won Id gather in the commission I)elia
suggested that they report to Mr War
defl that Mr Deacon had .-accepted his
offer and agreed to-pay the. $iO.HM)
This would complete the sale so far as
Mr. Wardell was .'concerned, and ihe
lKttotn Of the transaction could ..i.:ily
drop out through Mr. Deacon. .
Unfortunately for these young bro-
kers Mr. Deacon on his way to inspet.-t
the property slipped off -the curb aud
sprained his ankle. Ills wife tele
phoned to the office information of the
fact, saying that there was little doubt
that he would buy the property, but
ne more visit to the premises was ne--essary
and her husband could not go
out on his sprained ankle for several
':"?IV. all up!" moaned Johnny: -'I've
heard on .the street this morning that
aii agent was hunting for M r. Wardell
to offer him $45,000 for the property,
but can't find him." !
In comes the. postman with a letter
from' M r. - Wardell dated 1 n a neighbor
Ing town, asking for the ront ract of
sale to be sent him with the custotnnfcy
defKsit. -This Indicated that he con
sidered his pioerty sold. If the young
brokers could stave him off till they
could get a definite answer from Den
con the sale would be effected.
I tell you what." said Delia. "Send
him a contract and purposely make an
error in It. He'll have to send it back
and by thjit time we may get Mr. Dea
con up to th point"
-Good!" exclaimed Johnny, and. tak
ing a blank contract, he filled it out
on the typewriter, writing iMU!0 In
stead of $40,000. Then he put it in a
For the next two days the rejvorts of
offers for and sales of the property
were in the air. The contract came
back for correction, and the young
sters were at t beir wit s ends. Johnny
went to the telephone find told Mr.
Donr-Mh that he'd have to "es" then i
or never. Deacon got a carriage, made
his inspection, stopped at the office on
his ret u rn and signed a ct tt t ra i t of
purchase with check for forfeiture
' AS .lOllMll.t .-f1J '." ,,J. " (
fice With him a broker came In arid I
said: "I've pot' a contract of purchase
signed for the Wardell property for
$40,000 1 can't find the owner. If ;
you'll tell me where be is I'll divide
"Don't knew anything about it." said
John as he jumped into a cab and was j
driven in a h u rry to a sta tion He got
Warden's signature and was back in
town at 10 O'clock the hext morning.
That day Patterson came- to the of- i
flee in care of his daughter. Johnny
told him the story and showed him the j
confaet The real estate man looked ;
from one .to the other of rhe wo young
sters, then hugged both.
The firm of Tberacker &Cn now
consists of Mr. and Mrs. Theracker.
They are considered Jn. the real estate
There is just this much aboi:t :t :
Dr-clruff b a crm disease, is
meet t:.ritiJy,ar.r.cy:ng,and kzds
to hr.ldncr.". When chronic, it
is very stubborn, hut surely
yields to IhcroiT: h .tJ crerp'ctic
1 'irv.:t be
Ik re is the
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The Expert Watchmaker
1128 FORT STREET
1140 FORT 8TREE1
139 Merchant Street.
Woven wire Mattresses
King and Alakea Streets Honolulu
1-3 9 M ercha n t Sjfect U
" Phone 2747 ;
vni i) a sium
It is tin- !;irt (iritt? fre 111 Hawaii;
T?j!i!ntr the uTdiU si Aarlct of Iru;;s,
!';itnt nu'Iifl ami toilet triK ;
It Is ibv drnir
many times YY it's inconvenient to take him; more in
convenient to leave him at home,. No need for
leaving him at home no. Own a
ITULTON TO-CART OR
Folding jtbaby carriage
and take baby in comfort, and without trouble-
wherever you go. We are
clusive representatives, in this
tion, for the genuine and
Furniture Co., Ltd.,
iiu'niAr- ' . Circle
i. House W
Installations or repair wo rk promptly done -in a satisfac
tory manner. . .
Catcst.desiQns .in Fixtures,
THE ONLY COMPLETE CAR "
wKraa INTER STATE
MODEL 405 Pasbtrngei, Fore Door Touring Car.
MODEL 41 4 Passcnecr Demi Tonncau. :..,,
MODEL 42-Road.ster tyjc all with the sjilendid new'
en bloc -motor, Al2 in lore, 5 in troVe; 40 II. P.
MODEL 50 7 Passenger, Pore Door Touring C-ir.
j MODEL 514 Passenger, Demi
MODEL 52 Roadster type all with the nt .v " I head
5 in: bore. 6 in. stroke motor ; 5011.1' . - v . . . . . .
f lei hone .lr02
"tl iril' ll' -1'--
THE CLAIMS MADE FOR
may seem unbelievable to women who have never
tried it, hut they are? now known facts in domestic
science schools c.din hotel kitchens. - s
AT ALL. GROCERS.
(ore of '.M it cvvA. ui tlu IMivsirbm
Of the Irrrilcry, ineiudintr Ihe T. S. riuy.
Its salespeople ar' pollle ami aeeomruodaliriK
And THi: SI-IJVK K IS Til K MOST I'KOMI'I JN HONqiJ IJ-
Any ni!iin(NTlan(liiiir or dissatisfaction i-i fromplI
Anil elieerfnll.v adjusted. v
It is the onlv store that sells KKXAI.L KKMKIHKS.
It is the store where most of your frit-nd trade, rul
The ro)ii!ar Store of the Peoplr. , C -
FREE PUBLIC 4 TELLTHOXK.
LOCATED AT FORT AM)
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all the air that is possible;
voder F. 3k. L.
Fetched an Extra
Ring Up-Then Hoist Up
Geo. H. PaFis,
Machinery Sales Agent
Domes and Reading Lamps.
Electric Co., Ltd.
Demonstrator atu! Sellin? Agent
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7i y, .
HOTEL ST II LETS.
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market to be live wires.
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