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title: 'Honolulu star-bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1912-current, November 06, 1912, 4:30 Edition, Page 8, Image 8',
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MEN'S-FURNISHING GOODS CUT ALMOST IN TWO.
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: EMCROIOERIES REDUCED 50 PER CENT.; ETC., ETC. SoV
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HOTLL STn OPPOSITE EMPIRE THEATRE.
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Crv lo..: buyer r;;:rc!:dc2d forS
c::r rr :av"t for Cnot Cch 500 SUITS
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84 Hotel Street
.1 Thirty-one - automobile ' "were I brou
ght down from, the mainland as ,part
of the five thousand tons freight sup
plied the" Maison TCarlgatlbn charter
ed steamed Honololan. that completed
a pleasant passage from San ; Fran
cisco and arrived, at Honolulu; early
this morning..;- ; .' j , v i; v' .
: . This number of machines Is declar
ed v as -r smashing all , existing f records
along these " lines .for the : Hoaolulan
and for that matter seVeral other ves
sels in the' Matson fleet.. ; r.
r i Twenty car; loads of freight includ
ing general, merchandise: and suplies
for thl islands was left, behind at the
Ban Francisco wharf, ; owing" to the
limited capacity of 'the Honolulan as
a cargo . carrier.. h-v &? v:r'W''
Eleven . of ; the- autos in the ; Hono
lulan. will be - forwarded : to .HIlo. as
they consisted of part of - the freight
left behind by the steamer Enterprise
that cleared the coast port some days
before i the Honolulan, ; . ; '
v . Captain Benent reported & fine trip
with the JnteMsIand steamer. Kilauea
in ; sight for four days. The weather
conditions were extremely favorable
for deck sports ? and other: lines of
entertainment j provided by Purser
Ievey, and Joe Farrell; Chief Steward
and Impresario of the Pacific... -.
ivFI ve hundred ' tons freight is to be
left' at; Kahulul. Thirty nine, passen
gers arrived In the liner, -one to trans-,
fer to. the Canadian-Australian steamer-?
Marana, enrbute to the colonies.
and expected to sail for Sydney; this
.evening. ; ;
- The Collector , of Internal I Revenue
today ; received a tetter from the. Com
missioner of Internal ' Revenue' stat-
IngV among , pther things, the follow-
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MC.- A: Cottrlll. Esq.. ' "
Collector .Internal ReTenue,
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. FAST PASSAGE
;, "Sir: Your office' was examined on
th 3diitimo -by :Rexenue vAgent;V
HV' Collier, ? who reported ; as follows:
-X "Cash, . lists r andstamp accounts
were In balance.".- V- r'-. .
v . 'The bonds ,of ,ther office were;.'ex
aralned and found prepared In accord
ance with instructions and properly
entered in-Jlecot& :J?g-&;
rrbe general condition , of this , of
fice is good. The Collector gives his
entire time and attention, exclusively
to the discharge of his official duties.
RegtiUr office' houri "are" observed by
the working forcev They," seem" to; be
energetic, competent and loyal to "the
best . inierestsi ct ;the service." , :
' ; fThe grade of your pffice Is fixed
Signed) RE;tCABEL1,- H
' The i:'' (glngerboard'rtainly
has something; before vit vat 'the 'v'next
session, r declared one'abell-fcackin
cemmenting upon the' glorlourf retreat
made by his. Republican shipmate?.
- The Honolulan now carries two wire
less operators- ln addition v to Purser
? On the after deck of the liner there! P. IL ;Levey, who while k wireless
traveled' 17 fine horses,- two blooded! man will devote his entire time in the
4 : Steaming , into the channel, . and to
her regular . berth at the Mauna Kea
jwharf;.the Inter-Island steamer .JfJlauv
ea, six days and fourteen hours from i
San' Francisco was an early arrival ,
this ; morning. . ; - ? 'S-h ;
" Captain. Nelson reported a fine trip
down from the coast port. - The In
ter-Island - men who accompanied . the :
Kilauea on the round trip to the Call- -fornia'port
state that the vessel is a
mighty fine sea boat ' J' -'
' "The Inter-Island steamer - keep Iri '
sight: of the Matson Navigation liner
.Honolulan with a "view of being re
ported through wireless. : , . i , u
' As both vessels neared Honolulu the.
"smaller steamer pulled away from the
Matson Navigation liner and beat the
big rival by several hours.. - -r i -.; . c
' t The Kilauea has been fitted with
several new; bottom plates .which re
place those - j damaged ,.. through . a a
grounding on the Kau reef , some
.months . ago, :The ". vessel returned
;wlth a large quantity of fine builders
sand consigned - to the United States
.Naval Station; contractors. . . Some
drums of oil was shipped as return
'cargo. .The Kllaijea is expected will
soon take up the run covered by the
Mauna.- Kea. -Y'::-:. ; 'r-'-k V, i..;;
'rh The concert aid dance for the bene
fit' of the three orphans at Koolau, in
tended to . be' given at the K. of P.
Hall, November 9r Is postponed wntil
the 14th ; of December, and all those
who have purchased tickets will find
them good for the later date.
t A' fair sized crowd ' gathered flit fh e
departure of the Interisland steanirr
bullocks and a number of crates of future! tbfthe duties of -thejpursers J Mauna 'Kea for,HiIo and the'way
chickens and poultry. ; " 4 ' omce. .i: . vf v" .- -iKjrts ni3 momn?:.
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