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THE MAUI NEWS, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 7, 191 1
Has no equal in the laundry
Ask your grocer for It.
Brown : Seed's
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A Home for the Foot not a Prison.
Has room for nil five tot to lie perfectly in
their natural positions. . : :
MANUFACTURER'S, SHOE COMPANY, Ltd.
1051 FORT STREET, :- : HONOLULU.
Complete fresh stock just arrived.
HONOLULU PHOTO SUPPLY CO.
P. O. Box 769 . Honolulu.
JOSEPH CHAMBERLAIN, FAMOUS BRITISH STATESMAN.
PROBABLY but a small percentage of Americans familiar with
the career of Joseph Chamberlain, the famous British statesman
who recently celebrated his seventy-fifth birthday, are aware
- that In 18S8 he married an American woman. Miss Mary Endl
cott, only daughter of W. O. Endlcott, secretary of war In President
Cleveland's first cabinet, Is bis third wife. The other two were English
women. Mr. Chamberlain began his political career as mayor of Birm
ingham. For many years he represented the Birmingham constituency
In parliament. He has held several cabinet positions. He clashed with
Gladstone on the Irish home rule policy and was bitterly denounced as
a renegade by the advocates of home rule. His chief claim to fame In
the future probably will rest upon his advocacy of the Imperial federa
tion, a closer union of the colonies with the mother country, when he
was colonial minister.
Amounting to Five Dollars
and accompanied with cash '
will be delivered to any port
on Maui free.
Benson, Smith & Co., Ltd.
o lb -s g ip I p tl o m C o mi t e 8t 2
The Hawaiian Star has planned an elaborate subscription campaign, to begin October 20th, and con
tinue to a reasonably early date, to be announced in the near future. Industry in the work of securing sub
scriptions to the Greater Star will be rewarded by means of a number of a substantial prizes. At this
time fourteen prizes have been definitely decided upon, and others will be added if deemed desirable. One
of the first ideas in the contest will be that the prizes will be numerous, so that no hard worker in the cam
paign may fail of substantial benefit.
the Prizes Jllready Decided Upon Jim
FIRST, $750.00 Cash;
SECOND, Fine Building Lot in Desirable Locality;
THIRD, Savings Bank Account of $300.00 Cash;
FOURTH, Ticket to Coast & Return With Pocket Money;'
FIFTH, Selection of Books, $150.00;
SIXTH, Trip and Week at Volcano;
SEVENTH, Furniture Order, $75.00;
EIGHTH, Music Order, $50.00;
NINTH, Hardware Order, $50.00;
TENTH. Jewelry Order, $50.00;
And particularly for the people of the other Islandsi
ELEVENTH, Trip from Hilo, Week in Honolulu, and Return;
TWELFTH, A Trip from West Hawaii, Week in Honolulu, and Return;
THIRTEENTH, Trip from Maul, Week in Honolulu, and Return;
FOURTEENTH, Trip from Kauai, Week in Honolulu, and Return
the Contest Will Be Open to either Sex.
How to Start
Nominations of Contestant are now being received by the CONTEST DEPARTMENT OF
THE HAWAIIAN STAR.
. Nominations may be sent by mail or left at THE STAR OFFICE. McCandless Bunding, Bethel
, It is required that the prospective contestant's nomination be made by a second person, lady or gentle
man, subject to approval and acceptance by the Contest Manager. Nominations will close at 5 P. M. sharp,
October 20th, and the full list of Contestants will be published in THE STAR the following day.
Basis of Campaign
THE HAWAIIAN STAR has gone ahead by leaps and bounds since the first of February last.
Its size has been increased from Eight to Twelve Pages Daily, with a big Saturday edition of from Twenty to
Twenty-Eight Pages. It is the biggest and Best Balanced Newspaper the Hawaiian Islands has ever known.
During its period of development, no strenuous effort has been made to gain for it the Wider Circulation which its
Character and Force has justified, although the circulation has more than doubled since February I last, and the
start in this direction is now to be made. In the next few weeks it is hoped and expected that Zbt Grtahr
Star will find its way into every home in the Islands, and prove a welcome guest at each calling place.
Contest Manager Here Tbday.
Mr. George F. Henshall, editor of THE HAWAIIAN STAR, who has charge of the big contest, will arrive in Lahaina today (October 7) and will U .t A- M. H . I .
and Monday, when he will proceed back to Honolulu. At Wailuku and Lahaina he will receive nominations of persons desiring aHoTJ tl ' h TT
may be acceptable to the Contest Manager, will be entitled to 5000 complimentary votes. . n wh8C canLdacy
See the Contest manager at Wailuku or Lahaina
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