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title: 'Honolulu star-bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1912-current, August 07, 1912, 3:30 Edition, Page 12, Image 12',
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nOXOLULU STAR-BULLETIX, WEDNESDAY, ATT.. 7, 1012.
Guaranteed Four Stroke Washer - $10.00
Horton Miracle Washer -
Cor. King and Fort Sts.
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The finatest 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 restore flexibility.
Invaluable in rainy or, Wet pi aces.
Uolmopmy Slioe Store
All visitlns members of the
order are cordially Invited to at
tend meetings of local lodges.
UOSOLULU LODGE, IIS, B. F. O. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. 616,
8. P. O. Elks, meets Id
their hall, on King St.,
near Fort, every Friday
evening. Visiting Broth
ers are cordially Invited
A. E. MURPHY. E. R.
H. DUNSHEE, Sec.
Mit on th
2nd nnd ttb
at K. I. Il:ill
7:S0 T. M.
All-am ( arA
WM. McKIKLET LODGE, 50. 8, .
K. of P.
aiccta bycij tuu uu iui oiui
day evening at 7:30 o'clock in
K. of P. Hall, cor. Fort and
Beretania. Visiting brothers
eprdl&ttX. invited to attend.
M F. F. KILBEY, K. R. .
IlfeoLULU AKBIE' 140, F. O. E.
' S Meets pn second and fourth
Wednesday evening of each
j month at 7:30 o'clock, in
u K. of P. Hall, comer Fort
and Beretania. Visiting brothers are
Invited to attend.
WM. JONES, W. P.
J. W. ASCH, Secy
Mn V Pint and t'2 Pint Cans-l-Just Enough to Waterproof Your Shoes j
HAWAIIAN TRIBE NO. 1, I. 0. B. HL
1 Meets every first and third
Tuesday of each month ' In
Fraternity Flail, I. O. O. F.
tending. .VWiting brothers
cordially invited to attend.
J. C. SOUS A, Sachem.
LOUIS A. PERRY, C. of R.
HONOLULU LODGE NO. 800,
L. 0. O. 3L,
will meet in Odd Fellows' building,
Fort street, near King, every Friday
evening at 7:30 o'clock.
Visiting brothers cordially invited
AMBROSE J. WIRTZ. Dictator.
JAMES W. LLOYD, Secretary.
Boston I Block, Second Floor
HIGH - CLASS MILLINERY
Club Stables Block
MRS. E. E. DAVIS. Proprietor
We krow everybody and understand
' nioii Snnoi xn is 9305:81 t!8l an0III
Union-Pacific Transfer Co.
GAGE & KNOX
MILTON & PARSONS
Telephone 3088 1112 Fort St.
BEAUTITIES IN HEADGEAR
Are Always Found at the
PLANS TO SOLVE
Sonologist Would Educate the
Children on Plantations to
Do Farm Work
Miss Francis Blascoer, who was
brought here two months ago at the
request of the trustees of the Kaiulani
Home and since has instituted the so
cial survey, will leave for Waialua
and Waipahu next week where she
intends to make a study of living and
Miss Blascoer . is personally over
seeing that part of the survey which
relatefto the women and girls of this
city and intends to make a thorough
investigation of the plantation living
and working conditions so as to ga"in
a thorough insight as to the mode of
living of the laborers.
While discussing her trip, Miss Blas
coer mentioned the rapidly growing
generation of children of the laborers
and said that the only solution of the
problem of what to do with these chil
dren, was to introduce a system of in
tensive cultivation on the plantations
and to teach these children the essen
tials of truck and market gardening.
Miss Blascoer advocates the setting
aside of small portions of land on the
plantations to be turned over to the
new generation which would supply
the manual plantation labor, ine
laborers would have their own little
plots of ground to cultivate and would
thus be accomplishing two objects;
supplying labor for"the plantations at
the same time becoming small farm
ers themselves and eventually useful
members of the community.
This is the only solution to the
problem, according to Miss Blascoer
and must be applied sooner or later.
The hundreds and thousands of chil
dren growing up among us must be
found work and this is where it must
be given to them, she declares.
"I would advocate the turning over
of empty lots in the city to the school
children where they could learn truck
and market gardening. Then when
they grow old enough, they will un
derstand farming and will be able to
both solve the labor problem and at
the same time have homes of their
"Instead of spending thousands of
dollars, importing laborers here, the
home product will.bave to be utilised
and if the planters do nt)t do this
eventually they wll be killing the
goose that lays .the golden egg."
. Miss Blascoer cpmmented upon the
fact that the planners, at Walluku
were using this method, and that she
intended to submi her plan to the
planters on Oahu. ;
NEW CHAIR INDUSTRY
STARTS IN HAWAII
The Outrigger club has given the
initial impetus to a, new industry in
Hawaii. Needing chairs for its beach
and spacious lanaisj- the club got up
a design of a folding steamer chair
and sent the model to the Hawaiian
development lumber mills at Pahoa.
Yesterday two crates of the new
chairs made of native ohia arrived.
These are the first steamer chairs
ever made of ohia, but already the
industry is started, for the Inter-Island
officials seeing the new designs
have ordered two dozen Outrigger
ohia chairs for the steamer Mauna
one of the new chairs was placed
in the window of the Public Service
yesterday and attracted much atten
tion, many stoppingto register or
ders for duplicates for use in their
lanais and on their lawns. The new
chairs of native wood re probably
the strongest ' chairs of their kind
ever put together they are intended
to be "kid" proof on the Outrigger
In the first place the ohia is so
hard that holes have to be drilled
in which to drive the tacks that hold
the four-ply canvasin place; not only
J that but the Hawaiian hardwood is
i bolted together with steel bars. Ii
I was the desire of the Outrigger peo
ple to patronize home industry and
demonstrate that outdoor furniture
can be made at home, better, stronger
and more cheaply than it is abroad,
end they believe that the new steamer
chair will prove this.
The trustees of the B. P. Bishop
Kstale have offered the county a right
of way to the Kawailoalele lots, on
windward Oahu, forty feet wide and
eiht hundred feet long, on condition
fiat the right of way so granted -be
u:ade a permanent and definite high
way connecting Kawailoalele and Ka
cltpulu with the junction of the Ho
nolulu and Mokapu roads makai of
tbe bridge. The offer stands open for
Just received by S. S. Sierra, the
very latest in fancy TAILORED
LINEN SUITS; also ONE-PIECE
LINEN DRESSES and LINGERIE
has proved a great .convenience to all
users of the
iT"iru i ii 111111 1
This year we axe seOing
The New Perfection Broiler
The New Perfection Toaster
The New Perfection Griddle
each designed specially (or use on the New
With tW upEuen and Urn Nor PwfadSpe jUa doer eml
tlw New Perfection u just u ceopleta tad cmcint Mow m
a regular cotl range. Cerumly, ' muck deutf and cheaper.
Aak !& Stow at
year dealanw h M haaoV
2 or 3 baraan. Fra Coot
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It takes more than the suggestion to keep cool these days. It
really can be done only with an
Just attach it to thlWHandelier iln place of a lamp. It use
less current than a 16-candlepower lamp. ' .
' We have 'them complete 'rom
The Hawaiian" Electric -Co., Ltd.
Every Woman Knows
that she can get the best results from goods of a uniform qual
ity. And when she tries l 1 .j
Uemz 5?. Varieties
just once, she'll be a steady customer.
Made from the good old German receipt, they are as good and
wholesome as ever.
New Shipment Just Received
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611 Stangenwald " Building
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Office: 1412 Nuuanu St., cor. Vineyard
Office Hours: 9 to 12 a. m., 7 to 8
p. .n. Svndays by appointment.
Residence: 50 N. Vineyard Street.
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Jt is a sure exterminator of rats,
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Get the genuine.
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Steftms'Qectric Pasts CaCh!cs?o,l.
; ALL DRUGGISTS t(
THE ONLY COMPLETE CAR '
JSSrtMS INTER STATE
MODEL 405 Passenger, Fore Door Touring Car.
MODEL 414 Passenger, Demi Tonneau.
MODEL 42 Roadster type all with the splendid new (07(11)
en bloc motor, 42 in. bore 5Ms in. 6troVe;.40 H.P. 1
MODEL 507 Passenger, Fore Door Touring Car.
MODEL 51 4 Passenger, Demi lonncau.
MODEL 52 RoadsteMype all with the new "T" head
5 in bore, 6 in. stroke motor; 50 H.P
Pioneers and Leaders b v : : f
- the ; Automobile Business
' Agents ior such Vell-lnbwn cars
as Packard; Pope-Hartford, ' Stevess
Duryea, Cadillac, Thomas Flyer,
Buick, Overland, Baker Electric, and
others. . . 2 ".
SUPPLlks AND REPAIRING
ASSOCIATED OARAGE LTD.
SCHUMAN CARRIAGE CO.
Merchant 8traet y
For tha BEST RENT CARS In th
city, ring up for
OLbSMOBI LE, No. 403
. LAN DAL) LET, No. 629
C H. B E M N -:: ."
Use'a PREST-O-LITE TANK
on your Automobile and save
Acetylene Ljght and
Agency Co., Ltd.
Demonstrator and Sellin2 Aeenf
AJLL WE KSK IS A TRIAL
HONOLULU VULCANIZING WORKS
Phono 1323 Kaplotani Building
Bargain in Matting
$5 PER ROLL OF 40 YARDS
Phone 2295 Beaches
ALL KINDS OF ROCK ASD SAXD FOR CONCRETE WORK.
FIREWOOD AND COAL.
6J QUKEN STREET. P. O. BOX 213
AND PEAL ESTATE
OLIVER G. U N 8 I N G
80 Merchant Street
We deal In listed and unlisted secu
rities of all kinds Hidalgo, La Zaca
ulpa rubber; Purissima Hills Oil stock;
W. E. LOGAN 6 CO,
Room 17 Bacon Block. Oakland, CaL
YOUR MESSAGES RATES
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