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SCENE AT ft REMARKABLE GATHERING IN
LONDON OF THE BRITISH TRANSPORT WORKERS
Classified Advertisement
One Cent Per Word. Five Cents Per Line.
Per Uno. One Week, 81) cent; Two Weoks, 40 renin; Ono Month,
6U ccutH. No charge for adB under head "Situation Wanted."
SOY BEAN
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WHOSE STRIKE SERIOUSLY AFFECTED
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IS A MEAL MADE AND PRODUCED IN MAN
CHURIA. IT IS THE BEST FOOD FOR POUL
TRY AND STOCK. IT FATTENS WHERE F.V
ERYTHING ELSE HAS FAILED. FOR BOOK
LET ON SYSTEMATIC FEEDING AND THE
VALUE OF SOY BEAN MEAL, SEE
Y. TAKAKUWA
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Look Older Than You Are?
The gentleman to the right of the reader (sketched
from life) is wearing old style or pasted double-vision
lenses. The lines of the reading wafers are noticeably
prominent and he has difficulty in adjusting his eyes
to the lenses. The cement used to join the two lenses
has become clouded and has made his glasses misty.
0 The two figures to the left (sketched from life)
are wearing Kryptok double-vision lenses. There are
no seams on these glasses, because the reading lenses
are fused invisibly within the distance lenses, o These
latter two persons are at ease, look dignified and
comfortable.
Alfred D. Fairweather
Manufacturing Optician
PORT STREET.HARRISON BLOCK
Official Program
for the
Fourth of July Races, 1912
Spreckels' Park Kahului, Maui
First Race Running Race, y2 mile dash, free for all. .$200.
Second Race Running, Hawaiian bred, mile dash :
First 200.00
Second 50.00
Third Race Running, free for all, 2-year-olds, mile
dash i 250.00
Fourth Race Trotting and Pacing, 2:15 class, mile
heats ; two in three . 350 . 00
Fifth Race Running, free for all, mile dash, purse 750.00
Sixth Race Running, free for all, ponies 14-2 or under,
Y mile dash, purse 125.00
Seventh Race Japanese owned horses, 'mile dash:
First money 150.00
Second money 50.00.
Eiohth Race Runnings Race, 1 mile dash, Hawaiian
bred: First purse 300.00
Second purse 50.00
Ninth Race Running Race, free for all, Y mile dash. 250.00
Tenth Race Trotting and Pacing, frejc for all, best
two in three mile heats, purse 350.00
Eleventh Race Running Race, Maui maiden ponies,
y mile dash, 14-3 or under: First 100.00
Second , 25.00
Twelfth Race Running Race, free for all, maidens,
2-ycar-olds, mile dash, winner of third race
b?rrcd; purse 250.00
Thirteenth Race Running Race, Hawaiian bred,
mile dash.: First 250.00
Second 50.00
Fourteenth Race Cowboy Relay Race, as usual: First 25.00
Second 10.00
Fifteenth Race Gentlemen's Race, for members only,
race-horses barred, for a cup.
Sixteenth Race Mule Race, 1 mile dash: First .... 35.00
Second 15.00
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LONDON, Juno 12. While tin order railing out on strike the 300.1100 members of the Transport Workers'
federation has not resulted in a general cessation of work throughout the island, enough men obeyed the
c.;ll to seriously alfect shipping interests. A number of sailings had to be canceled', and scores of Ainericru
traw'eis have been discommoded. The principal point at issue in the strike is recognition of Lite union.
The stiikers are holding daily massmeetings, and they predict that the s'rike will spread rapidly.
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PERFUMES
ft HOME
IT 15 EASY 115
MAKING
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Now is the time for making per
fume. This is just as easily made at
home as is jam, and the home-made
product bears about the same rela
tion to that bought in the stores. In
the Scientific American S. Leonard
liastln tells how easy it Is.
Any highly scented llowers will
yield up their perfume. They must
be picked when fully matured and
early in the morning. They should
be thoroughly dried by placing them
on frames of wire netting and swing
ing them till the air has driven away
all traces of dew. Then they should
be picked to pieces, bruising
petals as little as posslblo and
cloves add piquancy to any blend.
The door is locked by two spring
less locks of a special powder-proof
model and each of the live steel bolts,
CO millimeters In thickness, is pro
tected by a special compound armor
plate. The door is 2S5 millimeters, or
almost 12 Inches, In total thickness.
For the test It was walled up in
fume of violets, as do rosemary and , oxyhydrogen flame. This had no ef'
bay leaves. The only herb that may
safely bo blended with rose petals is
lavender, and It should be used In
very small quantities.
ARMOR PLATE SAFE DOOR
DEFIES GREATEST HEAT
Scientific safe-crackers having de
vised ways and means to penetrate
the most powerfully built burglar
proof doors, a firm of safe-builders
in Mremi'ii, Germany, called to their
the assistance the experts of the Krupp
dls- Steel "Works at Essen, where the ar-
carding all bits of stalk or foliage. mor-plate for German bt-Uleshlps Is
The other materials needed aro made. They built a door which in a
large, wide-mouthed gluts jam, cotton test with the acetylene and oxygen
Lattlng, a llttlo salt and pure olive blowpipe was not penetrated in seven
oil no other oil will do. The wad-j hours, which is longer than the most
ding Is cut Into circular layers that, patient and persistent burglars would
will easily lit tho Insido of the jars, j bo likely to work.
It is soaked thoroughly in tho olive Tho door is made of extra strong
oil. A thin layer of salt Is sprinkled ( angle-Irons with several 10-millimeter
on tho bottom of a glass 'Jar; a layer plates of Siemens-Martin steel, be
of the petals is placed upon this, and hind which is an insulating layer of
then a layer of tiio oil-soaked cotton; girders and lire-and-heat-proof mate
then another layer of salt, a layer of rial. The locks and bolts are guard
petals and more cotton, and so on ed by a layer of Krupp armor-plato,
until tho Jar Is full, when the
jar must nt onco bo tightly closod ing
feet upon the Siemens-Martin steel
outside plate, so tho largest Fouche
welding burner, worked with an oxy-
genacGtyleno mixture, was brought to
play upon It. This burned a hole in
the outside plate, but it required 1110
litres of oxygen and 100 litres of
acetylene and 49 minutes' time to
do It.
After 5 hours and 2." minutes of
work the Krupp armor-plate was at
tacked with a specially designed
welding burner. After 90 minutes of
work the keyhole had been slightly
enlarged, but the burner had been
ruined by the heat and the experi
ment had to be discontinued.
Three expert welders had worked
seven hours, had consumed C000 liters
of oxygen and 0900 litres of acetylene
and yet had not penetrated tho door.
con- S.'i centimeters long by 2ii centimeters
The .wide and 10 millimeters thick, extend-
across tho breadth of Ihe door.
that no air may reach its contents. ; This plate Is proof against drilling,
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ALL DANGER AVOIDED.
During the summer months moth
ers of young children should watch
for any unnatural looseness of the
bowels. When given prompt atten
tion at this time serious trouble may
be avoided. Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remery can
always bo depended upon. For sale
ny all dealers, Benson, Smith & Co,
agents for Hawaii.
screw top with rubbor ring such cutting and melting.
as is used on preserving jars, answers .
very well. If a cork be used tills' OOOOO'XOOOOO 000000
1 must bo covered with greaso-proof
paper.
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all
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tho Jars aro full they a
should bo placed In a warm spot. If $
this bo whoro tho sun will shine on 0
them, so much the bettor. Tho moro $
sunlight thoy get tho finer will bo
the perfume. They must bo left for
nt least ten days or two weeks. Then
tho oil Is drained off, pressing tho
cotton with a spoon and pouring tho
oil through a pleco of lino muslin.
This oil will bo found to bo highly
perfumed. It should bo stored away
in tightly stoppered bottles and kept
for several weekB before opening.
Tho oil may be mixed with alcohol
in the proportion of about one part of
oil to three or four parts of tho spirit.
Many of tho aromatic herbs may
also be used, but these should be
crushed as much as possible before
being placed In the Jars. Several
klndB of llowers nnd herbs may bo
used In combination.
The Famous "ROSE"
1912
GAS IRON
Will do a clay's ironing for only $.03 worth of GAS.
Price complete with tubing $3.00.
Honolulu Gas Company, Ltd.
ALAKEA AND BERETANIA STS.
A few crushed 00!'0-000'0C000000C'
AUTO 8ERVICE. CIGARS AND TOBACCO.
Two moro iiaBBonsors for round-tho- Km Sing, Cigrtri, tobrtcco. otMidle.
iBlnnd tour. Auto Livery. Phono oft drlnkn nnd noveltlen. Nxt to
232(5, Ifimplre Theater.
Iloyri Hawaiian Garage, most up- FU,RN'S"!
to-dato in town. Bxperlencoa chauf- DBLMONICO IlOTKL.
fours. Telephone 1910. Turnlnhed roonn, motqilito joof.
, electric lights, hot and cold bath.', cb-
Trips around Island ?4.7C a person. trav located. Moderate prlcefl. Ut
Special rate. City Auto Stand, Phono Haretania street.
3604 or 1179. Two rooms suitable for houseVej.
Ing. 78 Soutli Ueretania St. I'bom
New six-cylinder Packard for rent. 1320.
B. M. "Wood, Young Auto Stand. Nicely furnished rooms. All modern
Phono 2611. convouiencos, $2.6Q. up. Queen Hotel.
Nuuanu avenuo.
Honolulu Auto Stnnd. Phone 2999. ru,.nisilod rooms, suits with and
Best rent cars. Reasonable ratoa. wlUlout boardi Tho Metropole, Ala-
koa street.
DRY AND FANCY GOODS.
Vat Loy Co. Fancy drygoods and , WHERE TO EAT.
men's furnishing goods. 1MB King ( "ome Coki? S I Clean Flaw
street near Nuuanu. . Eat- Central Cafe F1"
tlon'
OFFICE HELP WANTED. sh furnIshea
Preferably young man just out of , , , . , ,
, , , , , . rior food at popular prices,
school with somo knowledge of type-
writing and stenography. Apply by ROOMS AND BOARD.
letter to M. L. this office. Tho noUBalnvniea. lloomg ana-
....,., Hoard Belcct. Mrs. Rodnnet, Baretanla
CnOuKcnY,
Sang Yuen Kce & Co Tinwire. '
f rockery, fancy china ware. Tin and
plumbing shop. Specialty repair work. Tho ArSt- with or with-
1014 Nuuanu Street. out board- Terms reasonable. Phone
1308. C27 Beretania avenuo.
PLUMBER AND TINSMITH
Lin Sing Kee. Plumber and Tin Tho Alcove, 1345 Emma Street,
smith. Specialty repair work. 1044 Cottages and rooms with board by
Nuuanu Street. Phone 2990. week or month. Phono 1007.
, . , a family Hotel in the beat residenco
DRESSMAKER. section of Honolulu. Rooms and Board
! Mrs. Cannon, dressmaker. Evening reasonable. Phono 1332. 1049-50 Berts
gowns a specialty. 9 Beretania St., tanla avenue. Shady Nook,
phone 3281. '
The donna.
DRESSMAKING. Apartment hotel. Rates $40 an!
Miss Nellie Johnson; dressmaker. UP- Beretania street.
Dressmaking of every description. ' -
Union street. FOR SALE.
- THE INVATERS.
CLOTHES CLEANING. Th0 best blend of the finest Havaan
S. Harada, clothes cleaned, dyed tobacco. Mild and sweet. Fitzpatrlca
and pressed, short notice. All cut Bros., agents.
flowers for sale. Phone 3029. Fort
and Pauahl streets. Diamonds and jewelry nought, .old
MAM nnd exchanged. Bargains in mualc
,' cu AN , instruments. J. Carlo, Fort strett
Hawaiian ' jewelry and souvenirs
Fort and Hotel streets. Cocoanut plants for sale. Samoai.
DEVELOPING AND PRINTING. ualT' D HUI''
City Photo Co., formerly K. W '
Henry, film developing and printing at House and lot corner KalmuM ane
special rates. 07 Hotel street. Seventh Avenue. Newly built, xcal-
' lent marine view. J200.00 cash, bal
SITUATION WANTED. ance on m0nthiy installment. OI S
t Young lady experienced stenograph- A Bnap Apply H Rosenberg.
or desires a permanent position. Ad-
dress A. M. Star olllce. MUSIC.
" Bertstrom Music Co. Alusle an
L0ST- musical instruments. 1020-1021 Fort
A silk shawl was taken from the Btreet,
lady's drawingroom of the Outrigger ,
Club by mistake. Kindly return same GENTS' FURNISHINGS.
to Star office. Ht Aong COi Flrat claBB men.g fur.
nlshings. Hotel and Bethel Streets.
FOR RENT. .
Three room and lanal, completely PROFESSIONAL CARD,
furnished, mosquito proof cottage All DR A j qeRBY.
conveniences. Apply 251 Vineyhrd Dentist.
Btreet Boston Building. Hours 9 until 1.
Walk-Over Kootshop real estate. '
JL PANTHEON BLOCK Bargains In Real Estate, on -y
HOTEL 8TREET. shore, plains and hills. Teleyhne
3r 1602. "Pratt" 101 Stangenw-ld Uuild.
m JACOBSON BROB., l
Proprietors. CANDIES.
Sweets' Faultless Candles: Twice
Hanrl WrrL- r(- rh raonth tresh froni coaBt HollUtw
ana woik 01 me (Drug Co P3rt stret
Highest Grade laces and fancy work.
AT TITI'-1
Salvo's lact store. Irish. Clune
FiVpnrh T aiinHfV and Armenian laces and various other
riCllLU LidUllUI V European fancy goods. Fort. 8L near
777 King St. Telephone 1491 Beretania.
CA IT TS flLrt MERCHANT TAILOR,
IB VlOflS-lAlfiArl A Tho PIonecr- cmer Beretania -
i V 1. vU DU J iX UU F(lrt st8, Phono 3125, C1t"es clean.
X JT pressed and dyed. Work called fo-
Meat Market aDd dcllvcred- ,
and DRUGS.
Tt-t-irriTrf5kVC Hawaiian Drug Compamy, Ltd., 4
liTipUrLda Hotel Btreet, Phone 3il6. Barber
Telephone 3451. supplies, toilet articles, photographic
supplies, etc. Phono orders recoiv
p jp jqN prompt attention.
All kinds Wrapping Papers and TIRES REPAIRED.
Twines, Printing and Writing Papers Honolulu Vulcanising Works on AU
AMERICAN HAWAIIAN PAPER & kea street is now prepared to make
SUPPLY CO. LTD. repalr t0 any 8lZ tlre l0r any vehlcU
'' ' Prices reasonable and quick delivery
Fort and Queen Sts., Honolulu.
Phone 1410. Geo. O. Guild, Gen. Mgr CREDIT FOR MEN.
A llttlo down and a little each pa;
fVnrliiiifpc Affpnfinri day wlH kep you wel1 dreSBB(1- T0
VTiauuaLCd rvtuciiuuii ModeIf Fort streeti next t0 the CoD.
Anything in basket and houquet vent
woik with class ribbons at reasonable " "
Prices. N0TICE-
. Subscribers not receiving the Ha
IMS- t. TaylOr, rlOIISl "wailan Star regularly or promptly win
Hotel St. opposite Alex. Young Cafe, confer a favor by telephoning 2365,
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