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HONOLULU BTAR-nULLETIN, SATURDAY, OCT. 3, 1012.
i 2 " ! ' A DELICACY NEW TO HONOLULU.
Salmon, Halibut, Smelts
THESE ARRIVED VEST EH DA V AND ARE PARTICULAR
LY GOOD FISH. .
Metropolitan Meat Market
HEILBRON & LOUIS
HIGH TRIBUTE TO CAPT
SHOULD BE SHERIFF,
' 4 a a
A TIMELY SUBSCRIPTION.
Attorney of His Personal Knowledge Tells of Bravery and Ef
ficiency of Former Captain of Police
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"I am mighty glad to see that Rob
ert W. Parker is getting good support
for the office of county sheriff. He
ought to get enthusiastic support from
the Fourth district," commented At
torney W. T. Rawlins this morning in
speaking of tfie political situation.
"Capt Robert Parker is the best
man the people could possibly put in
charge of the police department .1
have served with him, and I believe I
amain a position to know.
"Talk about strikes. Robert Parker
has had more serious strike situa
tions to deal with than any other po
lice officerof the territory and he has
done the work quietly and with such
perfect efficiency that few know of
his exceptional ability as a command
ing police officer.
well recall the time when I was
deputy high sheriff and the strike at
Lahaina was on. Word came that we
should send men to Lahaina. I called
up Robert Parker, told him the work
in hand, and without, a word of com
ment he "; proceeded to the duty in
hand, got his men together and went
to Lahaina, where he met the situa
tion and handled it right. But that is
That's the true spirit of a patriotic
man who understands his duty. Avs
the situation at Lahaina had quieted
immediately on the arrival of the po
lice, I sent a wireless and Capt. Par
ker was ordered to return.
"I believe the people ought to know
"That is not the only
where Parker has done the efficient,
the right and the noble thing. I re
call one night when Mn E. D. Tenney
called me up and notified meof a
strike at Waialua plantation. I call
ed on Parker as the Captain of Police
and in a very short time he had his
men assembled and on the way to
Waialua. On arrival there the situa
tion looked serious but Parker distri
buted his men to the best advantage,
shut off the Japanese who were com
ing in from Kahuku way, and in no
time at all had conditions in such
shape that he had only to leave a
comparatively few men on guard.
"There are other and many occa
sions during the official life of Robert
Parker where he has shown courage
and marked ability. He has faced
bullets and been in tight nlaces that
I test the nerve of the best of men,
' m a
I ana ne nas never Deen rouna warning.
Waipahu, Oano. Oct I. 1912.
To the Treasurer of the Star-
Bulletin . Duke Kabanamoku
Dear Sir: Please find enclosed
P. O. order for five dollars (5).
which you will kindly place to
the account of the Duke Kaha
namoku fund. s
I send this not only as an ap-
preciation of the splendid work $
he has done in his swimming
contests, but also as an apprecia-
tion of his gentlemanly and mod-
Should he be able to take a 4
band of our young Hawaiian
swimmers to San Francisco in ?
1915, to compete in the aquatic
instance f contests, I shall feel a pleasure
in assisting mm.
- Though not an admirer of roy-
alty, I certainly must take off ray
Jmt to our "Grand Duke," the
king of swimmers. Yours very
truly, FRED B. WEST.
A IL. t t J A I
"7-uZ V"" ,JUvr Vwwl-'. "Parker has the right make up for
lu ,'.r lctl, , j me proper discipline. He has1 made good
on the 'phone and asked me to come
to the house. I went Mrs. Parker
then asked me if Robert could not
come home as their boy was dying. I
found that although . Capt. Parker
knew that his son was very low he
had not uttered a word when he be
lieved that his duty as an officer de
manded his presence in Lahaina.
at every point" He is a hard work
Ing, right living man. He ought to
have enthusiastic support all along
the line in the Fourth District, and I
have not the slightest doubt that he
will get solid support of the Republi
cans of the Fifth District as well as
the votes of many Democrats in that
HONOLULU REAL ESTATE OFFERS
F. E. Steere, Back from Tour of Mainland, Is Enthusiastic
Over Prospects Here After Comparisons
In the estimation of F. E. Steere ways pointing to the immense profits
of the real estate department of the of the textile industry. But with the
Henry vVaterhouse Trust Co., Ltd., present protection the mills in New
real estate in Honolulu is selling at Bedford are running on half time. If
figures more promising to the buyer this is the situation under protection
than in any other city of the country, it would naturally be expected that
or at' least that portion of the couu-j something would happen under a gen
try which he touched in a very gen-1 era! eduction tf the tariff. But all
eral and pleasant tour. these people are coins: ahead as if
Relatively, our prices are lower. all. nothing; would happen.
alone;' the line; and we compare; them -i "Generally speaking that is the way
? v & 4- $ $ $
DR. ELIOT WRITES
to H P;
with cities where the areas for ex-1 1 found it all over the country. No
panslon are unlimited. Here our
lands are limited in area and the pros
pects for the future are without limit,"
said Mr. Steere in commenting on his
"Take for Instance the city of Port-
one seems to be frightened over the
prospect of tariff reduction and ruin
of the industry.
"Seattle appears to have gone
ahead too rapidly or spent too much
on municipal improvements. San
land, Oregon, where the growth is Francisco is rorging ahead, l was
steady and more rapidly permanent! especially interested in the develop-
than many other cities of the Coast, ment of the business section along
their suburban property is selling at and in the general direction of Van
a i much higher figure than here in i Ness Avenue. .That is to be a busi-
Lots there of smaller size ness street.
and twenty minutes walk from the
ttreet car lines are held and sold at
& much higher figure than here in
Honolulu, wh,ere the lots for home
builders are practically on the car
line and twenty minutes from, the cen
ter of town.
"I stopped. in many cities along the
way from .Honolulu to New Bedford
and return. Naturally I had an eye
on jeal estate values. j
"Next to real estate I was struck
with the apparent indifference of
most everyone to the result of the
national political campaign. Usually
at this period of a national campaign
you here a calamity howl from one
end of the country to the other. I
I met Charlie Stanton in
San Francisco. He has made good
in real estate and bids fair to do bet
ter. "Yes, I feel certain that an increas-
iing number of people are coming to
Hawaii. They know where it is and
people you meet all along the line re
mark that ' a trip to Hawaii is now
figured in their definite plans for the
future. I noticed the large number
of strangers here even after having
been away a few months. The record
of the renting department shows that
people are continually coming in
here. I'm blessed if I know where
they are coming from or what they
are doing, but they are here, they are
making a living, some paying rent
heard nothing of that. The people and some buying homes. It all speaks
are all busy, business is good every-'for the growth of Honolulu and Ha-
where I went. Even in New Bedford, wall in general, and according to all
the people interested in the great the signs of the times we are merely
textile mills seem to be confident of on the edge, of the beginning of our
the future. The free traders are al- development."
WILL PAY $40,000
FOR PAL0L0 WATER
The Territory on next Monday will
take the final steps in acquiring the
Palolo water rights, paying over to
the Palolo Land Improvement Com-
i FORTY FAMILIES WANT
! TO ADOPT CHILDREN
In the following letter
Wood, secretary , of - the
committee, Dr. Charles, W. Eliot, pres-
mem emeritus oi , uarvara university;
gives his impressions of Hawaii:
' Asticou, Maine,
September 12. 1912.
Dear Sir: " ;. .
In reply to your note .'of Au- ;
gust eighth, I am glad to say a
few words about : the impression
Hawaii made on me. v
- I was there only seven days1,'
but should have been glad to stay
a month, so delightful , was. the.
climate, so Interesting the indus
tries and - the extraordinary med
ley of races. Two days and a
half of my seven were spent In
visiting the volcano Kilauea, with
its surging, splashing pit of molt
en lava. That pit is the most im
pressive sight I have ever seen;
and I suppose it to be unique on
the earth of today.
I had time to visit only two of
the islands,' Oahu and Hawaii, but V;J
i ; snouia nave Deen giaa to visit . i
the other six.
AH American tourists who travel
to the Pacific coast pught to extend
their journey to the Hawaiian islands,
unless they have an insuperable ob
jection to ocean travel. v
Very truly yours, ' v
; r CHARLES W. ELIOT, i
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There are forty more families in Ho
nolulu each willing to adopt some
homeless child than there are children
In sight for adoption according to a re
port made by Judge Whitney, or the
pray the sum of 140.000 agreeds upon , juvenlle court This, however, is not
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a QUEEJT STREET. V-'. - F. a EOS 213
a snort time ago ana receiving me
fee simple to about 3S7 acres of land
and title to the water source.
Assistant Attorney General A. G.
Smith today is engaged in drawins the
f'ial order of condemnation and mak
ing such preparations as are neces
sary to formally pass out that ?4 0,000
check and receive the deed. There.are
four or five smaller owners who are
thought to have some interest in the
7&ter sources, and settlements prob
ably will b made with them next
On Palolo Hill a big reservoir, prob
ably the highest in the region, will be
tuilt shortly, and the work of connect
ing the ney supply wit hthe city mains
isto be rushed to an early coemple
tion. Superintendent Marston Camp
bell, of the board of public works, frfis
inorningrprdered the advertisement of
calls 'fori olds for 14,000 feet or six
inch piping, which ls to carry the wat-
vr to the city mains ana to cuppiy tne
n n n n
taken by . the ladies in charge of the
Castle Free Kindergarten Association
to mean that there are not many chil
dren in this city in need of a good
At a meeting of the association yes
terday morning, the advisability of
amending the by-laws was discussed
in order to provide for a new commit
tee whose business it will be to look
out for such dependent children and I
the placing of them, through the pro
per legal channels. In suitable homes.
Articles of incorporation were filed
today by the Consolidated Amusement
Company. Ltd., which sets its capital
stock at $3,000, with a maximum Hmit
of $100,000. The incorporators are
G. T. Chong, president, who holds
1498 shares of the stock; J. Alfred
Magoon, vice president, holding 1498
shares of stock; Robert 'McGreer,
treasurer, holding one share; John
A TRIFLE OVER TWO CENTS
PER SQUARE FOOT
T"ofa XVniVv Vf Henry Magoon, secretary, holding one
region-In the tomedlate dnlty ?f William H. Campbell,
Palolo Hill. UThe addition of the new .1.;-. eK0 T nf,m; iD
source wil Imaterially relieve the wat
et supply situation in Honolulu,: which
has thratened to become critical sev
eral times during the'ummer. ; .
' Governor Frear received formal no
tification today from Y. Mori, acting
consul for Japan at Honolulu, that he
has transferred the office of consulate-general
to Saburo Kurnsu, eleve.
holding one share.
named as auditor.
BOSTON, Mass., Sept. 17. As one
of the exhibits at the Panama-Pacific
exposition in San Francisco, the old
schooner Hiram, with one exception
the oldest vessel of America afloat, is
to be fitted out here ,and will leave
shortly on her long trip to the Pacific.
The Hiram was built at Biddeford,
Be sure to take a drive through Beautiful
Manoa to WOODLAWN, and on examina
tion you will find this the most reasonable
property in price in the city of Honolulu.
We will take great pleasure in taking you out and
showing you around.
Fort near Merchant Street
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