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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 8 October 1912

HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, TUESDAY, OCT. 8. 1912. 7 Distress After Meals? su belch or bloat? TRY THE BITTERS -lion weak bowels TRY THE BITTERS ; you malaria, or fever ft i ague? TRY THE BITTERS flostctter's tomach Bitters . years old and has help thousands back to health, nil rebuilds nourishes rale bf Benson. Smith & Co, Chamber Drug Co Ltd., Ililo Co. and at all wholesale .liquor : raniiGisoo ZtretU above Union Square ; pc&n ".?lan $1.50 a day up '. ricaa Plan $3.00 a day up fteel aad brick structure. comfort and convenience. class hotel at very moderate . In the center of theatre and district. On car lines trans : to all purts of city. Electric .us meets all trains-and : n. Hotel Stewart recognized vailan Island Headquarters. AidmsTrawets-ABC code. ve, Honolulu representative. otel Potter, Santa Barbara iP 17 Pcie!I Street . at Market, . -.'crets Eulltflno. 225 Boons. 21 toll rcusescrfthlatbtock. fUteitl.SUt F.LiJLW.Turola,Ptooi,tBor WAIMEA, KAUAI ' Renovated East Hotel ."on...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 8 October 1912

4 Frtn 8. F.t Honlulan. Oct. 9 Jrer 8. F.i WflhHmina, Ot From Yancoater: Z-b!anUia, rt. 'J . For Vancouver: Marama. Oct. 8. 2:3 Edition mm r a r 6 Evening Dulletin. Kt lsfcl'. No M61. Hawaiian Star, Vol. XX.. No. G4J2. RIG CQTATF PAQF MAY BRING fi urncLU um wrrcHL Dole's Decision of 1910 Is Valid ' Upholding a noted decision by Fed eraJ Judge Dole, made on September 1. 1910, the Ninth circuit court of ap- Iteals, San Francisco, has reaffirmed Judge Dole's ruling in one of the mrwt famous cases In the annals of Hawaiian Jurisprudence the II estate CRH6. Involving primarily only the dispo sition of 110,000 from the condemna tion of lands at Pearl Harbor naval station, the case really relates Tights of an estate now estimated at over a million dollars and which in 1910, for the purposes of the, suit, was Valued at 1500,000. , ; Technically the case Is known .as The United States of America vs. John li Estate, Ltd., an Hawaiian corpora tion, et a!. - , . Shorn of legal verbiage, It rela...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 8 October 1912

HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, TUESDAY, OCT. 8, 1912. 'I. .. J. AJT II II U U 1TA y 11 II f (MAIN in IN (MAMA WILL . f i ; i. SOON TAKE CQA1MAND, OF Nl r 7 :J I J 1 Captain Harry Morrisby, master off tlw ranadlan.AiiRtrh.in linr M a- rama, which arrived from Sydney, via Auckland and Suva, at noon today, will noon pans over the command of ! thlg,ves4l to Captain J. D. S. Phil lips,1 si CaptaJn Morrlsby is slatwl for the highest office in the fine Lew and palatial Jiner Niagara. Captain Phillips, in the Zealand ia. which is also due here by Thursday rooming from British Columbian ports, la rated as a Sydney harbor pilot as well as navigator. ,H would seem that Captain Phillips wasbdrn to be a sailor, for he was rborn on the old John Duthie in Sydney harbor. His father was skipper cf the Aberdeen White Star liner John Du thie, and Captain Phillips gained bis mama frnm fVila fot Ilia full noma id V)Mi bum ... .1. uw. . Inhn nnthla Hvdnov Philltnft It Unh. tain Phillips went to sea on the train...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 8 October 1912

HONOLULU STAB BULLETIN, TUESDAY, OCT. S, 1012. 1 Jk 0 THE business man who will spare a few minutes of his time to the photogra pher of today will please his entire family. His portrait produced by present day methods of photography will be an agreeable surprise it's done so quickly and cleverly. Make the appointment today. FtlCrTOCCAPrtCB BEGINS, DISTRIBUTION -r- OF NEW LOAN FUND iii.trit.in ,v I , v w" WV.T. mutt h.irs T1 a,10meni8 a'feady to the various commissions and otb- rs being prepared to hand over to the commissions for proposed im- provements Just as soon aa advertise- menu for tenders have been made ana the tenders for the jobs have come in to tne commissions. t one or me nrst allotments is io4l6 after, on August 10 of the tam ear, for the construction of the school- an amended bill was substituted there-1 bouse at Hana, Maui, the contract for for, with the same parties as plaintiffs the Job having been let to Otto Oss end defendants, except that Sanford xij for that amo...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 8 October 1912

DONUMJI.O STAR BFMXTTN, TFESPAY, OCT. 8, 1012. J L. Ml II ' LETTERS ON TIMELY TOPICS RILEY H. ALLEN EDITOR TUESDAY OCTOBKK S, 1112 Keif-trust is tlx cxxt itn of In mxm. Eiikt son. THE FILIPINO'S AMUSEMENT Anwi'iiii; tin iifstioii oflm asknl in Ha waii, i!hh the Filipino not wish to brinj; to his plantation lahor tin grt;it sport of the roikpits? -is an invtstip:atioii rarrii-d on in the Fhilip pincH b a n'vspaMT which wishnl to asicrtain if Amprican swrt8 wm making grrsit inroads. Baxcball and othT wholcsoine reoiration have taken Ktirh a hold on the Filipino that the business of the cockpit is rapidly falling to pieces. The first example to Ik? cited i the coci'pit at Maypajo. Two years ago the attend ance at that place reached the huge figure of 5,000 paid ad missions during the days upon which it was oih'MhI. Today the attendance has lieen cut down to ,500, just ualf of what it was in the good' old days of, 1010. One reason at tributed for the loss of prestige is the fact that th...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 8 October 1912

HONOLULU STAR RULLKTIN, TUESDAY. OUT. S, KU2. IN THE Good Taste Shown In Matter ot Perfume Use Til'- o'listion " I 1 (i!!Tii j". a Klioir I'H'h hi perfume or .IK I. J t - i I.., rr;r in it. 'of!i ;-i ;rnl a I," wax a ke a protritu I-' Honolulu liiisii, - , Hie o'liei (lav f'rohalilv l i'- tin the onlv man who has l!o.!;lit. if not a.-ked. the wry same thin". I'er hap women do rot alwavs realize Juki ow iimh h s ent they apply t. thcii p.'Tsony and in that way overdo it. Toilei wa'er and perfume ar important article in one's toilet sei and no pains should be spared in tie election of them. It is wise to m lect (tie fcnt and use that in toilet water, pet f lime, s up and sachet a-, well rk ioder year In and year out. In novels where the doings of the so defy folk of a century past are chron icled it is often stated that the hero was able to recognise the heroine nl a masked ball because of the rfumc en her handkerchief and in t-e gaum wa iti tho dime novel the p'ain clothes man is abl...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 8 October 1912

HOXOLULH ST A R-Btl WjETIN , TTESIXA Yr OCT. if, 1912- . mhu. fH . ci ,i.i-t "ii For Sal tu-krt " tin li in un : ,HIiiSilii Jam $e ft UiMMsy it ciid: wh y (Limited) ft now established In Its sew and commodious factory at the corner -of SOUTH and HUSTACE STREETS, and prepared to fill orders in large and email quantities for Hot and. Syeet . uuava. Jel Hawaiian Tropical Preserves AN INSPECTION OF OU a In Case Of An Accident tike. This & h Vho Is Responsible? f n--AUTO HITS WOMAN I J K Wrr'O.'fliBtrpfrfVfre I Special Policeman E.D.. Murphy. ;C3fc 1' ' wan struck by an automobile drlten by Fred, C; Warnicke,bauf-v i fcur for. M. A. Gets, at El lis and -Market Btreet 'yesterday aft- . t& V J - 'ernook.' Her nip wag fractured,' She lives at 559 'Ninth aventie, Ml : She was treated at the central emergency hoepitaL" ' I gjf, p THIS MEANsU FINANCIAL LOSS J9 OEONE SEE THE, H All A 007 AM( XU X J X Jl uX X J W Ay XjX AO! XU i. - j rf NOW LOCATED FOR ICS ESeitliMt' MAQOON SiriARE; TOM ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 8 October 1912

HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, TUESDAY, OCT. S, 1912. mmmrn POLITICAL AKKOUNCEIiCfiTS. NOTICE. NIGHT SCHOOL OF 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. 63iO-tf JAXJES II. 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 the support of the voters' in the coming election. ' JOHN K. KAMANOULU. P$5Mf NOTICE. YJKLCA. OPENS , , , . 120 Students Enrolled and It Articles of Incorporation Filed lT.VZ Sk i -is Exited Number Will Reach ?qg The Y. M. O'A: night Whool open- by ltm Business .Men :;,5. Having been regularly nominated by the Democratic District and County Convention for; the office of 8enator, I rettpectfully solicit the support of the voters in the ccming ejection! - AMBROSE J. WIRTZ. NOTICE. Having been ...

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

8 HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, TUESDAY. OCT. 8. 1012. Girw Oearaimce In order to make room for new goods. Everything must be sold below cost price. For Two Weeks Only Beginning October 1st Nuuanu Street, near Hotel '9 MULLET, RED SNAPPER i ' THIS VEEK- Great Delicacies A 1 91 v" ii can Mter Metropolitan Meat Market" ?' MEILBRON A LOUIS TELEPHONE 3445 Give Your Grocer An Order Today for A Package of , . - " . : " Sit . ; . ..'.V - ' r' - : .:: V ' Better Than Butter For Cooking ' . . . - i s Bakery Keep Cool ! It takas mora than tha tuggtstion to ktep cool thtsa day. It raally can ba dona only with an Electric Fan Just attach it to tha chandelier in place of a lamp. It uaaa lata current than a 16candlepower lamp. Wa have them complete from $10.00 up The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd. MESSENGER BOY PARCEL DELIVERY PHONE 1811 We know everybody and understand the business. GREAT FLOATING CRANE NOW BEING BUILT FOR PEARL HARBORiTO BE LARGEST IN WORLD 1 In 'it 7 ITT : '' ' J'" ; '' w 1 THE FLOATIN...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 8 October 1912

HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, TUESDAY, OCT. g, 1912. LAURENCE REDINGTON SPORTING EDITOR THE TRUTH ABOUT SPORT ismwRAimcK I ( ) Ah a o SCHOOL (IAS NO MARATHON RACE FOR ANOTHER MONTH PRESENT OUTLOOK PRO Twenty-five Candidates Have Turned Out at McKinley and Coaches Find Good Material SQUAD acaannnnanaaa The McKinley High School boys are . snowing spirit ana piuc tnis year which reflect a -great deal of credit on them. In previous years they have relinquished the first place In football to their rival Punabou. but only after, a determined struggle. This year, however, the boys are going Into the game to win, and are ably assisted by P. N. Folsom. director of athletics; A. L. Hall and F. M: Friesell, coaches. Mr. Polsom deserves a good deal of credit for the interest he has shown In the team. He does not claim to be a professional coach, but each year he turns out with the oys and gives bis afternoons to them, and they in turn do their best for him. ' Mr. Hall Is a graduate of the Uni versity...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 8 October 1912

10 r HONOLULU STAB-BULLETIN, TUESDAY, OCT. 5, 1012. r-- -n: Star-Bulletin assi r.T.;r' v n i n ? : XV -,- h i .11 1 I 1 . J X 1 I I t t I . I I I X. X .-- ilia ' I I kv I r . - wa I IX V. V. V M R Tit T r ' . . " 1 fPed ei 1 .f ' i i - e - V, f : i- - It' r-. WANTED Your hat to bo cleaned at. Roman', Beretania St.; Tel. 4ti. k-53"4-3m &000 voters who dFirp men in the f -rf'piHlatnn' who will work fearlessly in the interests of all the people, to vote for J. Cohen, the. Indepen dent candidate for Senator. k-53tQ-lm Any person musically Inclined to de velop that talent ty taking lessons from Ernest K. KaaL 69 young Bldg.; TeL 3687. k-5302-3m Young men who wish to better them selves by taking a course in the Y. M. C. A. niRht school. Kail term opens tonight. f360-2t Young men to enter courses at Y. 5f. C. A. night schooL Fall term opens October 7. Enroll today. k-5357-lw Small furnished house, in desirable neighborhood, by couple without children. "Z43," care Star-Bulletin. Two lad...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 8 October 1912

HONOLULU STAH-BULLETIX, TUESDAY, OCT. 8, 1012. 11 i 0' try ft? Oceanic Steamship Co. FOR 8AN FRANCISCO S. S. Sonoma Oct. 4 S, S. Sierra Oct. 19 S. S. Ventura Nov. 1 C. Brewer & Co., Ltd., Pacific Mail SlmTH of th above company will rail at Honolulu and leave this port on or alout the dat-s m-ntionM liflow: FOR THE ORIENT 8. S. Persia Oct. 12 j S. S. Korea Oct. 18 S. S. Siberia Nov. 1 j For general information apply to H. Hackf eld & Co., F0Y0 MSEN KAIS Steamers if the above Company or about the dates mentioned below: FOR THE ORIENT 8, 8. Tenye Maru.... Oct 3 8, S. Shlnyo Maru Oct 25 8. 8. Chlyo Maru Nov. 21 Calls at Manila, omitting call at Shanghai. . CASTLE & COOKE, LIMITED, Agents, Honolulu. v : -- - . - - -- ' . ' ; - - - - Matsoh iNavigan Direct Service Between San FROM SAN FRANCISCO S. S. Honolulan ....Oct 9 8. 8. Wilhelmlna. . . .Oct. 29 v SVS. H I LON IAN sails from Seattle for Honolulu direct on nr about OCTOBER 5. ' jr-Fprj. further; particulars,- appty to - CA...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 8 October 1912

Masonic Temple A Weekly Calendar MONDAYt Hawaiian Stati. TUESDAY: WEDNESDAY: Jlanaiian -3rd tU tirt e. THURSDAY: Honolulu ( miii 111 ami rj No. 1, K. I p. in. FRIDAY: SATURDAY: !.! .loha Chapter All vl1tlng member of the order are cordially Invited to at tend mt-etlngs of local lodges. HONOLULU LODGE, 61G, II. P. 0. E. Honolulu Ixxlge No 616. li. V. O. Elks. meets in their hall, on King St.. near Fort, every Friday evening Visiting Drothers are cordially invited to at tend. A. E. MURniY, E. R. H. DUNSHEE, Sec. Meet on the 2nd and 4th Mon- dayg of each 7 month at K. P. Hall, 7:30 p. m. Marine- Engineers' er Associations Beneficial are cordially in Association vited to attend. UM. MekJNLEY LODGE, NO. 8, ' ' K. ot V. Meets everr 2nd and 4th Ratur. Jru day evening at 7:20 o'clock lo TtPl K. of P.- Hall. cor. Fort and Beretanla.'- Visiting brother cordially Invited to attend. A. F. GEKTZ, C. C F. F. KILBBY, K. It B. HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E. """1"'' Meet on second and fourth -'Wednesd...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 8 October 1912

HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, TCESDAT, OCT. 8, 1012. ' - I I Employer and Employee Io you want to tain the rr-Hin-ct and confidence of your employer? A Savings Account with us will help you to do so. It is evidence of your ability to take care of your own money, and therefore belters your chances with your employer. Bank of Hawaii, Ltd. Capital-Surplus, $1,200,000 Eyes Examined, Glasses Supplied Factory on the Premises A. N. Santord, Boston Building Fort Street Over May & Co. The varnish of highest quality. Made for finest wopk in resi dences, office buildings, hotels and all structures where quality counts. SAUNETTE The perfection of . White Enamel . SOLD BY t . J Tt 4 V ,J' ' " i Limbed J77 S KING 8T. PATJiT CAFE Is now located In its new build ing,: 116118 HOTEL STREET. General Catering of the Highest: Class ! K ' Newly Opened . . , , , ; The German Nursery ':''v '-(jr. Tejfoldssy) - ? ' Flower Arrangements, Ferns, Palms .' and Cut'Flbwers " 1 PALM BUILDING,, Tel. 4165 Nursery, 222...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 8 October 1912

14 HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, TUESDAY, OCT. S, 1012. Any Distress After Meals? L J Do you belch or bloat? TRY THE BITTERS Digestion weak bowels clogged? TRY THE BITTERS 4avt you malaria, or fever and ague? TRY THE BITTERS Hosteller's Stomach Bitters is 58 years old and has help ed thousands back to health. It tones rebuilds nourishes For Bale by Benson. Smith & Co Ltd., Chamber Drug Co., Ltd., Hllo Drug Co. and at all wholesale liquor an fimiicisco Geary Street, above Union Square European i?lan $1.50 a day up American Plan $3.00 a day up TTew rteel aid brick structure. Every comfort and convenience. A high class hMel at very moderate rates. In, the center of theatre and retail district. On car lines trans ferrin? to all parts of city. Electric" omnibus met ts ' all trains and Etctmers. Hotel Stewart recognized as Hawaiian kland Headquarters. Cable Address Tr wets" ABC code. JiL Love. Honolulu representative. Hotel Potter, Santa Barbara 3 ;:: FRAiiGisco ,7K2"rt ':rced Concrtti Btri...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 9 October 1912

St. Frtn & F.t Persia. Oct 12. Far & F.t China, Oct. 13. From laneeavers Zealandla, OcL 9. For VancoiTtrs Makura, Nov. .'. Evening. BuUetin, Est. 1882, No. 5362. Hawaiian SUr, VoL XX., No. 6403. 14 PAGES -HONOLULU, TERRITORY OK HAWAII, WEDNESDAY, OCT. !), 191214 PAGES. PRICE FIVE CEKT3 7 wmw ii . JLL - (OW .... : r f. 1 I I I : . I . f 4 I- fJL Or . -if 7 HI CCT PfJA I LLLI lUlfl I rawo Order to Store Coal at Naval Dock Causes Officers to Give Opinions That the Pacific fleet may pay Ho- nomiQ anotner run tnia winter or early prlng: is the rumor going the rounds In naval circles here. There has been no official word to this ef fect but recent Information from the Navy department : regarding the coal supply here leads to the belief that the cruisers may come again for a pro 'traded' stay. :. " "i -wouia.not be surprisea to see the fleet here again Boon," said Rear ' Admiral Cowles this morning. w order has been received, but we have word that we.are to get 7,000 tons of coal p...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 9 October 1912

HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, WEDNESDAY, OCT. 9, 1012. .Shipping HO L II L A P J BRINGS MATERIAL Much material for Pearl Harbor Is Included In the three thousand tons shipment of cargo that arrived this tyorntng in the Matson Navigation lin ej Honolulan. r. ' In addition to one hundred and fifty tona of United States governmental ftvppliea , a big consignment of atphal tun and cement has been- received .which will be transferred to the new naval station at P-earl Harbor. , - t Cap Lai a Fred Bennett, master of the Matson Navigation chartered vessel reported good weather, with favorable .winds and fair to moderate seas. Efltj w cabin - passengers ,-. stepped ashore from the popular liner when (that vessel came to a berth at Hack i eld wharf before eight o'clock this morning. 'The prediction is made that at least sixty percent of. the travelers can be lU4ed as tourists, which Indicates that the Honolulan is Justly a favorite wita the newcomer to the islands. (The Honolulan has 350 tons gene...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 9 October 1912

HONOLULU STAR BULLETIN, WEDNESDAY, OCT. 9, 10,12. THE business man who will spare a few minutes of his time to the photogra pher of today will please his entire family. His portrait produced by present day methods of photography will be an agreeable surprise -it's done so quickly and cleverly. Make the appointment today. ptIOTOGCAPKCB III BMP SAYS HOLSTEIN BigTIsIand Veteran Prophesies Hawaii Will Snow Demo- crat Under , . 7 ; ' , H. L. Hoktein, the" Republican war htrfiKrt Hawaii, left today for ihe lllg Island after a flying trip to t-oaolutu. He arrived yesterday, transacted some business,, got a v line, on the poiltlccj situation, and goes back today to be gin a bird campaign for reelection To jthe House and for the Republican ticket. v.v..-:-: ;, - According to Mr. Holsteln, the poll tical situation at Hilo Is badly mixed and there may be some strong opposl tion to the Republican ticket but West Hawaii; he thinks, Is O. .K..-.. He says that the island of Hawaii -will sow under ...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 9 October 1912

HONOMJI.n STAR -BULLETIN, - WEDNESDAY, OCT. 0, 1012 LETTERS ON TIMFIY TOPICS PJLEY H. ALLEN EDITOR WEDNESDAY (MTOItEIt U WV2 1 heard a mren f-rouU. hut I persuaded my self it iras the xou;j of the uiyhtiuytih: I smeUcd the smelt of thr mould, hut thought of the violets it nourished. Torn Hhm1. CAPT. PARKER'S RECORD Rolrt Parker Wiiipai, candidate for sheriff on the Republican ticket, is hv all odds the Un equipped man available for the position. The Htab-IIixlktin hu id the other day that it would mention his qualifications more in detail. One of the qualifications of any police official, par ticularly in the peculiar, wad it ionn of Hawaii, is experience. A glance at Oapt Parker'H rec ord,' by .adminiHtratiou8, will give an idea not: only of his experience but of an ability that kept hiiii i on the force through. many administrations. Here is that record, the dales being those of ap pointment: i " ..:. i .' Third Lieutenant King's Guard when. Kalakaua was king, in 1884. ... J .. . ...

Publication Title: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Honolulu star-bulletin. — 9 October 1912

HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, WEDNESDAY, OCT. 0. 1012. 1 nvw Governor and Mrs. Frcar Entertain. "Arcadia," (he home of Governor , and Mrs. Frear. on Punahou street, j was ui cen 01 a nieasani social cen of a pleasant social Raineniig on aiowipy ntternoon wneni Ihe Cfovenio- and his wife held the , first of their public monthly recep- j were only a few ,)tner co8tume8 that tlons These affairs are always well I were particuiar,y noticeable. Mr. Ala attended by visitors to the IslandB and pak, Smltu wag dre8S(1 a Mandarin by the older residents of the city. aad Wrenne Timberlake as a Mrs. ( laieuce Snider and Mrs. Charles . monk. There were a number of young Adams received w ith Governor and lnenf lnciU(Jjng Duke Kahanamoku. Mrs. I-rear, while refreshments were wno wore prison garb and who en eerved by Miss Marjorle Peterson, Miss , tered baM room treadIng tne lock. Margaret YNaterhouse. Mrs. John M-j step rather than tripping the light fan- Aiexanaer i.masay ana . Miss V iolet Atherton. Oth...

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