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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 3 October 1912

10 HONOLULU STAItfinUiKTHf, THURSDAY. OCT. 3. 1912. r. . f. r i i -1 - .. . :.. W - Masonic Temple A Weekly Calendar MONDAY: TUESDAY: WEDNESDAY: Hawaiian 3rd !!; rrr. THURSDAY: FRIDAY: SATURDAYi All visiting member of the order are cordially invited to at tend meetings of local lodges. HONOLULU LODGE, 616, B. P. 0. L, Honolulu Lodge No. 616, B. P. O. Elks, meets in their hall, on King St., near Fort, every Friday evening. Visiting Brothers are cordially invited to at tend. A. E. MURPHY, E. R. H. DUNSHEE. Sec Meet on the 2nd and 4th Mon days of each month at K. P. Hall, 7:30 p. m. Members of oth- Marine Engineers' Associations Beneficial are cordially in Association vited to attend. WM, HcKINLEY LODGE, 50. 8, lleetB everr.Snd And 4th Rtnr- r&wlay evening at 7:30 o'clock in Jdn v , r u.ii M. rv, rA T'J VH &4M, mw Beretania. Visiting brother fit cordially Invited to attend. A.' P. GERTZ.C. C. F. F. KILBEY, K. R. a. HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. . Meets an secoo4 and fourth 4& W...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 3 October 1912

HONOLULTJ STAR BULLETIN, TH TKSDAT OCT X 1012. ! 4 v. i v 0 si;- - Employer and Employee Io yon wan' to '' n th r :( aii'l cojifi'J rir- of your iii!'iy r V A S.-nini's Account with nr. will fi lj mii to Jo hO. It is evidence of your ability to takf care of your own money, and thrrfor betters your Hianr-fs with your eniploy-r. Bank of Hawaii, Ltd. Capital-Surplus, $1,200,000 The "Torlc" lens la ground with a deep, Inner curve, which permits of the lens being placed much closer to the eye, allowing a wider range of vision with no perceptible edges or annoying . reflections. The "Tone" lens is for particular people who want the best and arc satisfied with noth ing less. It costs a little more, but It Is worth It Wo fit the "Torlc" In eye-glass or spectacle. Factory on the premise. A. N. Santord, Boston Building - - - Fort Street Over May Co. sties i We have Just received a car load shipment of the well-known, ,4 which comprises a full line for both interior and exterior ar-, chltectur...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 3 October 1912

12 HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, THURSDAY, OCT. 3, 101 Sal. mon Trout i: . T I s A DELICACY NEW TO HONOLULU. Salmon, Halibut, Smelts THESE A If RIVED YESTKHDAY AND ARE PARTICULAR LY WOOD FISH. ' Metropolitan Meat Market HEILBRON & LOUIS TELEPHONE 3445 HIGH CLASS Upholstery and Drapery Work J. HOPP & CO., Ltd. STATE THE ONLY COMPLETE CAR Electrically Self TMTTTP Sorted and Lighted 111 1 JLlflV MODEL 40 5 Passenger, Fore Door Touring Car. MODEL 414 Passenger Demi Tonneau. ? MODEL 42 Roadster type-all with the splendid new . d O ?7f f - en bloc motor, 4J$ in. bore, 5 in. strode f. 40 H.P. UU MODEL 507 Passenger, Fore Door Touring Car. MODEL 51-4 Passenger, Demi Tonneau.: MODEL 52 Roadster type all with the new "T" head 5 in. bore, 6 in. stroke motor; 50 H.P... Telephone 1902. Demonstrator and Sellinj A'ent $3700 Japanese Dazaar 1137 Fort St Below Convent French Laundry, EtUblfshed 1890 DRY CLEANING BY ABADIE'S FRENCH METHOD. THE ONLY SAFE DRY CLEANING USED IN THE ISLANDS. 777 KING ST...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 4 October 1912

... . ? r. . ... . t ftr -I Y V . i . i " -4 t ' : .1 : vj ... 3 Hooolulan, Oct. 9. Fr 8. f.i .Sonoma, Oct. 4. from Taneeavert Zealandla. Oct 9. Ftr Tancoiteri Harama, Oct 8. Evening Bulletin, Est 1882. No. 5558. Hawaiian Star. VoL XX.. No. 6399. . Fermenting House, Contents : and Factory Go Up in t smoke, . , LOSS HARD iLOW TOV V ! KONA TOBACCO CO. Connections with Eastern Mar : ket Broken Local:Agen-:! ' cy Is Involved On Wednesday evening of this week the entire 1912 crop of the Kona To bacco Company went up in one big wnoke, the l fermenting house and : cigar factory at Kealekekua having been destroyed . by fire. All that Ie known of the. disaster is contained In the following wireles dispatch to II. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd.;. the financial backers and marketing agents of the company; - - -' Fermenting house and entire " contents totally destroyed by fire 5:30 p. m.; October 2. Cigar fact V tory also. Cause unknown, Onlyv ' ' sal vago about 6000 cigars. Par tlculars by Mauna Kea...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 4 October 1912

HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, FRIDAY, OCT. 4, 1912. KANGAROO DISPUTED TRASK IN COMMAND OF BIG LINER SOU Jn "Australian"' assuming to the Command of the Oceanic liner Sono ma a vessel flying the Stars and Stripes, white on tne voyjge from Syd ney to Honolulu, proved one of seve ral interesting features on he thirteen iay voyage from the Antliodes to the Hawaiian islands. Captain J. II. Trask, genial soul, withal, and one not prone to combat, nevertheless tailed to fall in witn me strange actions of the "passengers." A few days after leaving Pago Pago one of three lively and husky kanga roos broke from the bondage of their cases, and then things began to hap pen on board the gallant liner. Up to this time the invasion of Fath er Neptune, armed with tridani. an." fctern visage had been the only inci dent to mar the even course persued bv the Sonoma and her jolly bunch or passengers. , On the fateful morning in question. . Purser William ; H. McNulty, , was at his. usual task spreading good c...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 4 October 1912

HONOLULU STAB-BULLETIN, FBI DAY, OCTV 4, 1012. We Will Please You If you have a certain pose or picture In mind, we will execute It for you or just leave It to us. We produce the latest and best styles In photographic portraiture. Our line of sample photo graphs will convince you of the quality we put into our work. Come in and look them over. priGTOccwttar POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS. NOTICE. Having been regularly nominated by the Republican District and County Convention for the office of Repre sentative, Fourth District, I respect fully solicit the support of the voters In the coming election. ; 5350-tf JAMES H. BOYD. NOTICE. Having been regularly nominated by the Republican District and County Convention for the office of Repre sentative, Fourth District, I respect fully solicit tne support of the voters in the-coming election. JOHN K. KAMANOULU. ,. , , :.... . WSO-tf . ... NOTICE. . 1 s " Having been regularly nominated by the Democratic District and County Convention f6r the offic...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 4 October 1912

DAtSCfc ON Y. M. C. A. PAVEMENT WHEN MANDOLINS TINKLE New Musical Club Making Fine' Uai!- ar,d !hey a" ,olcl an,d UAri.... llnrJn DTf 'uuc. to trip the light fantastic neaUWay Unuer rrOl. toe'" to rtie tinkle of mandolins and De GraCa the strum of guitars. f 5 ; V , ; : RILEY H. ALLEN EDITOR 'FRIDAY.. OCTOHKlt 4, 1012 ...... . ' ' . itiifi if. iff .. S. Kutlifrfon. rit if Ah'"i TUB SHERIFFSHIP 1 Till Vitfl if tlii&l titti - ii k 4 riM tn f i kf i f 41 ' with . the dutv of chawing a dimff of the ntv arnl county; and two" inndhlau-s an Iieforc them, IJolrt Parker, ox-captain of police, ano! the ;Iiixeiit5li4rif f, Jarrett. Parker is a Kepuhlic- ;an, Jarrett a Democrat It is tune that the rmMmsihle voters of Ho- 'llfklllltl TtfiHri ir:ftv f lira bind if ilinitiivt rnt inn flint -T ! TIo4 1 ! u irSt'iTirr 4lw ttv-1 ilortnitf mnnf It V . " . . . . . . . . . . is not a nopeiessiy bail administration, nut it is ' u iu ui i hi wkrv . it in iiifiy nunc Luiiiuni niui ; eormntion. nnr. it....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 4 October 1912

-r if Tlii m tee wosams is TPTTM wmn t w t taint tr t 4r v wir fitAnnmi rt N Nh mmm m POLITICS ISTHEME FOR STflRY Many p!ayn have been novelized and hiany novels have been dramatized, but it is only occasionally that a sat isfactory resilt is obtained. How ever Albert Tayson Terhune, baj turned the trick. The Woman, made into a novel by him from the play of tne same name by William C. De Millc, stands n a class by itself, anu 1'cfnre it all p-ejudice must be thrown to the winds. Mr. Terhune has sue (ceded in combining the dramatic quality of the piay with a superb lit erary quality furnished by himself, and the result is an engrossing book ' which stands entirely upon its owu merits. It is safe to say that in its present form The Woman will achieve the same prominence among reader of fiction, as it did among theatre goers when produced by David Be lasco. ' The story Js tense dramatic in every situation. It all revolves about the effort of Jim Blake, boss of the political machine, to...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 4 October 1912

HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, FRIDAY, OCT. 4, 1012. j Williamson & Buttolph LOCAL AND GENERAL i an in Are You We recommend and guarantee Rexall Obesitv T It is a harmless and sensible anti-fat treatment and easy to take. Price $1.00 complete SOLD ONLY AT OUR STORE Benson, Smiih&Co. 7-;y::. Limited Hotel and -Fort Streets jrpr )C FOR ?.3 Four choice Jots In Kalmukl .. ...... .$ 1,600.00 Jpc hi r Four choice Jots on Pacific1 Heights 7.....;. V..;.. 5,000.00 1 86-100 acre on Tantalus ... A magnificent furnished house a n m 4. 2 6-10 acres improved property on upper LIU ha Street 9,500.00 v. ; House could not be duplicated for $9000. , - Our representative will show the properties. M HAWAIIAN 923 4 rvrvrt -y r Y"Y T yY y Y I NOV LOCATED and READY FOR BUSINESS : 18S.' MeliaHt Street MAGOON BUILDING m Sharp Signs ' ' Phone 1697 TOM SHARP, the Sign Painter SCHOOtCLOTHING We have everything for the schoolboy. Bring him' In and let us flx him up.' You will be satisfied, and so will he. ; C...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 4 October 1912

:i - .3L , O I) . O u o o LAURENCE REDINGTON SPORTING EDITOR IHE TRUTH ABOUT SPORT IS NEVER A KNOCK V. r, NT' WHOLESALE DEMAND FOR BOXERS COMES FHI AUSTRALIAN CLUBS Scouts Delegated to Scour the Land and Export Promising Talent in Shipload LotsNot Much Said About Item of Expenses Though, in Any of the Contracts S' ICOUTING for likely fighters, and tnen exporting themMn batches to far-away Australia, promises to be one of the recognized pro fessions in the near future. If the de mand for scrappers over in Kanga- rooland continues to keep In excess of the supply. For several years past! fighters either singly or In groups of two and three have journeyed over the water to seek fame and sheckles vin the Australian ring, but these have for the most part been men with some name and rep In Fistlana, who have gone over with the promise of big tights and bigger, purses. Nfw, how ever, there appears to be a chance for all, and even the humblest pork-and-. beaner will get the long-desired op- ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 4 October 1912

3 ; HDKOLTTITJ BTBUtBETlH, FRIDAY, OCT. 4, 1912. ' ! 2 i rx 1 in ( 'ir-y ' o - Siar-BulMit, W Ml v Vl J .WANTED t Out customers and their friends to come and thoroughly Inspect our plant and be convinced of the supe riority of our product over others. Hon. Soda Works, 34 A -N. Here tania. Chas. p. Frasher. Mgr.; Tel. ,3022. 4941-tf Young man, recent arrival from Coast, wishes to meet gentleman with some knowledge of real estate -bus-- lness. Object, to open office in partnership. Apply "XT. this office. k-5352-2t fAny person musically inclined to de velop that talent" by taking lessons from Ernest K. KaaL 9 Young: ':" , Bldg.; Tel 2687. k-53Q2-3m 'Young men to enter courses at Y. M. u. A. nignt school. Fall term opens v October 7. Enroll today. . . k-5357-lw ' - Small furnished ,, house. In desirable neighborhood, by , couple "without ? children. "Z43." care Star-Bulletin. Two ladles who know how' to sew. - Apply P. L. On Tal, 1190 Nuuanu 8t, nr. Beretania. 6336-lm . ' i . i . . Gir...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 4 October 1912

nOKOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, FRIDAY, OCT. 4, 1912. r Oceanic SteamsMp Go. FOR SAN FRANCISCO 8. S. Sonoma... Oct. 4 S. 8. Sierra OcL19 8. S. Ventura Nov. 1 FOR SYDNEY, N. 8. W. 8. 8. Ventura 8ept30 8. S. Sonoma Oct. 28 S. 8. Ventura Nov. 25 C Brewer & Co., Ltd., - General Agents Pacific Mail Steamship Go. Steamers of the above company will call at Honolulu and leave tbla port' on or about the dates mentioned below: FOR THE ORIENT 8. S. Persia Oct 12 8. 8. Korea Oct. 18 8. S. Siberia Nov. 1 For general information apply to FOR 8AN FRANCISCO 8. 8. Siberia Oct 8 8. S. China Oct-15 S. S. Manchuria Oct 22 H. Hackfold & Co., Ltd. Agents TOY a s EN mm ',- Steamers of the above Company will call at and leave Ilonolulu on or about the dates mentioned below: FOR THE ORIENT ' 8. 8. Tenyo Maru ........ . Oct 3 8. 8. Shinyo Maru....... Oct 25 8. S. Chlyo Maru...... Nov. 21 FOR 8 AN FRANCISCO 8. S. Chlyo Maru ..Oct 29 S. 8. Nippon Maru...... Nov. 19 S. S. Shinyo Maru.... V.Dec. 17 , Calls at Ma...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 4 October 1912

7 Employer and Employee HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, -..FRIDAY, OCT. 1..1012. Fo you want to pa!n the re- Bpct and confidence of yon employer? MIS A Savings Account with as v hlp yon to do so. Complete line of tools and ap It is evidence of vonr .hillt Ponces. Patterns on wood and take care of. your own if and therefore betterr chance with your er BankofJ CapUa J T9 of the , Invited to at local lodges. fa' ' E, 61 B. P. 0. E. ollu - Lodge No, B. "JP.-'U.'elks. U In their ball,' on ng 8U near rort. erv Friday evenlne. Visuing isrotners are jordiallyMnvlted to at- iena. A...E. MtJRPHY. E. R. H. DUNSHEE, Sec J .nglneers' 'iclal tlpn M4t on the 2nd Vaiji" 4th Mon . da f 8 of each month at K. : P. IJfll. .7:30 p. , m Members of oth en ; Associations e cordially in vited to attend. cIJSLEY LbDGE, JfO. 8, ;ttttf tvery ted ana 4th Satttr :&y evening at 7: 20 o'clock ifi y cr p. Hall, cor. Fort and tetania. Visiting ? brother f fcvited to attend. : A, F. GERTZ, C C ' r. T KILBEY, K. R. & ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 4 October 1912

r HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN,' FRIDAY, OCT; 4 ,1912. Employer and Employee Do you want to intn thp re-p-ct and confidence of your employer? A Savings Account with os will hlp you to do so. It Is evidence of your ability to take care of. your own money, and therefor betters your ctianceg with your employer. Banhof Hawaii, Ltd. Capttal-SurpftftV :$r.200,0od C Toe Toric" lens la ground with a deep, inner curve, which permits of the lens being placed much closer to the 'eye, allowing a wider range of vision with no perceptible edges or annoying reflections. The Toric" lens is for particular people who want tbe best and are satisfied with noth ing less. It costs a little more, but it is worth It We fit the Toric" In eye-glass or. spectacle. ' t.,?-v.. . s :. . . ' . Factory on the premises. i4. Fl Sanhrd, Boston Building Fort 8treet Over May & co. We have Just received a car load shipment of the well-known , which comprises a full line for both interior r and ' exterior ar chitectural fi...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 4 October 1912

12 HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, FRIDAY, OCT. 4, 1012. if : t . i s a I mo i Trout W r i ,A DELICACY NEW TO HONOLULU. Salmon, Halibut, Smelts THESE ARRIVED YESTERDAY AND ARE PARTICULAR LY fiOOIl FISH. Metropolitan Meat Market HEILBRON & LOUIS TELEPHONE 3445 HIGH CLASS Upholstery and Drapery Work J. HOPP & CO., Ltd. STATE THE ONLY COMPLETE CAR ' Electrically Self TTVPTTTl? Started and Lighted liN 1 JCiI MODEL 405 Passenger, Fore Door Touring Car. MODEL 414 Passenger Demi Tonneau. " MODEL 42 Roadster type all with the splendid new iClO.!7(( en bloc motor, Atf in. bore, 5 in. stroke; 40 H.P. UIJ MODEL 50 7 Passenger, Fore Door Touring Car. MODEL 514 Passenger, Demi Tonneau, : ; , ... MODEL 52 Roadster type all with the new T head 5 in. bore, 6 to. stroke motor; 50 H.P.V . GEO. W. MOORE Demonstrator and Selling Aent $3700 Telephone 1902. Japanese Bazaar 1137 Fort St Below Convent French Laundry, ."' Established 1890 , ' DRY CLEANING BY ABADIE'S FRENCH METHOD. THE ONLY SAFE DRY CLEANIN...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 4 October 1912

Frta & F.i Honolulan. Oct. 9 For 8. F.x Sonoma, Oct. 4. From YancooTfrx Zealandia, Oct 9. For YancoBTfr: Marama, Oct. 8. 3:30 A rrmvrr mt m Editioi : i,1 r - .V i i o Evening Bulletin, Est. 1HS2, No. 535S. Hawaiian Star, Vol. XX.. No. 63S9. I: I 'A ii Fermenting House! Contents and Factory Go Up in Smoke LOSS HARD BLOW TO KONA TOBACCO CO. Connections with Eastern Mar ket Broken Local Agen cy Is Involved On Wednesday evening of this week the entire 1912 crop of the Kona To bacco Company went up in one ...big .moke, the - fermenting house and cigar factory, at Kealekekua having been destroyed by fire. All that ; if known of the disaster is contained in . the following wireless dispatch lo II. Haokfeld & Co., Ltd., the financial backers and marketing agents of the . company;- ,.;' ; r Fermenting house -and . entire ; contents totally destroyed by fire ; : 5:30n. .m.,- October, 2. Cigar fac--:" tory also. Cause unknown. Only J .. salvage about 6000 cigars. . Par ticulars by Maun...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 4 October 1912

' 99 r HONOttJLU BTAR-BULLETI, FRIDAY, OCT. 4T "1912. lhi i e 1L KANGAROO DISPUTED TRASK IN COMMAND OF BIG LINER SOU An "Australian" aEiniing to the Command of the Oceanic liner Sono ma., a vessel JlyinK the Stars and Stripes, while on tne voyage from Syd ney iju Honolulu, proved one of seve ral interesting teatures on itlie thirteen cay voyue from the Antipodes to t he Hawaiian island. Captain J. 11. Tra.sk, ?. KeniaJ soul, withal, and one not prone to roniTat, nevertheless tailed to full iu with the fctranse actions of the "passengers. ' A few days after leaving Pago Pago one of three lively and husky kanga roos broke from the bondage of their cages, and then things began to hap pen on board the gallant liner. Up to (this time the invasipu of Fatn ci Neptune, arrued with tridant. an stern vitage had been the only .inci dent to mar the even course persued bv the Sonoma and her jolly bunch of passengers. uu me laieiui morning in question. Purser William H. McNulty, was at tit usual ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 4 October 1912

HONOLULU STAR BULLETIN, FRIDAY, OCT. 4, 1912. 3 POLITICAL NEWS AND NOTES The Democratic County committee 'held tn weekly meeting last night in the headquarters in the Waity buIVl irg. Plans for tne opening of the cam paign next Wednesday evening were discussed, and the county committee . when he addresses them tomorrow at Hauula. Colonel Sam Parker is not losing time, politically. This afternoon at 3 o'clock he will go down to the other. ratified the action of a sub-committee J side of the island to renew his ac- wbich selected Kahalepuna to make the race for county clerk. lb was reported that the deadlock li the fourteenth and eighth of the ,lad been amicably broken. David Kali i will represent the fourteenth and Man J uel Bairtkte, the eighth in the county ' committee. We Will Please You If you have a certain pose or picture in mind, we will execute it for you or Just leave It to us. We produce the latest and best styles in photographic portraiture. Our line of sample photo graphs...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 4 October 1912

4 HONOLULU' STAR-BULLETIN, FRIDAY, OCT. 4. 1012. DANCL ON Y. M. C. A. PAVEMENT WHEN MANDOLINS TINKLE RILEY H. ALLEN - EDITOR TIMDAV (MTOltKK i. Mil:.', familiar silit on ill.- stm-ts of IIoiiolulii. from Hurl not ifour coiixc'v nrc x'ut. S. Kutlicrfonl. ir ith mil Lh ini New Musical Club Making Fine! -"t : Headway Under rrOl. J toe" to the. tinkle of mandolins and IIP firflPH !,,,e strum of guitars. THE SHERIFFSHIP Tin votrrx of this community ;m? couf routed with 1 lie lnt v of rlioosinjr ;i sheriff of tin ritv nnl comity, ami two candidates are before them. KoIn'H Parker, ex-captain of police, and the present sheriff, Jarretf. Parker is ;i Hepuhlic aii, Jurntt a Democrat. Ai in time that the responsible voters of Ho nolulu realize exactly the kind of administration that Jarrett is giving the police department. It is not a hopelessly bad administration, but it is a pivtty bad one. It is not honeycombed with corruption, but it i far from, bring mi entirely holiest admiuistmtion. The...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 4 October 1912

-HONOLULU 'STAR-BULLETIN, FRIDAY, OCT. 4, 1012. r A. s- 0- I m THE FEMININE INFLUENCE IN MODERN POLITICS IS Many plays hav been novelized and furnishes a love element that is good, many noels have been dramatized, and pure and wholesome, but it is only occasionally that a sat-j Few books have been published in isfactorv res jit Is obtained. Howjiecent years that show more con ever Albert ray son Terhune, haj turned the trick. The Woman, made into a novel y him from the play of ! same name by William ClJe Millf. stands a a class by itself, aim t efdic it all pvjudice must be thrown In i In- winds. Mr. Terhune has sue reeded in inbiiiing the dramatic 'quality of the p!ay with a superb lit erary quality furnished by himself, and the result is a:t engrossing" book which stands entirely noii its owi. merits. It is safe to say that in its present form The Woman will achieve the same prominence among readers of fiction, as it did among theatre goers when produced by David De lasco. The sto...

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