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Title: Men of Hawaii; a biographical reference library, complete and authentic, of the men of note and substantial achievement in the Hawaiian Islands … v. 1-5
Year: 1917 (1910s)
Authors: Siddall, John William, ed Nellist, George Ferguson Mitchell, 1889- ed
Publisher: [Honolulu] Honolulu Star-bulletin
Contributing Library: Brigham Young University Hawaii, Joseph F. Smith Library
Digitizing Sponsor: Consortium of Church Libraries and Archives

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Province, Japan; educatedin Japanese government school,Osaka College and Tokyo ImperialUniversity; unmarried; has adopt-ed one son, Masashi. Came to theUnited States, 1890, traveling; ar-rived in Honolulu, 1900; served asinterpreter, U. S. Immigration Bu-reau, 1901-1903; removed to Wai-luku, Maui, 1905, and has sincebeen official Japanese court inter-preter; started The Maui Rec-ord, a Japanese newspaper in Wai-luku, 1916. Member Maui Chamberof Commerce. OTTMANN, DONALD R., Prot-estant Episcopal priest, school prin-cipal, Honolulu; born June 13, 1889,Pasadena, Cal.; son of Rev. GilbertA. and Minnie James Ottmann;married Daisy Anderson King,June 14, 1916, at Sewanee, Tenn.;one child, Barrington. Before en-tering high school had considerableexperience in railroad and electri-cal business; Sewanee MilitaryAcademy, 1910; Univ. of South,Sewanee, 1915; two years in theo-logical department of latter insti-tution; rector Church of Holy Com-forter, Atlanta, 1916-17; secreta- 304 MEN OF HAWAII

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CHARLES F. PARSONS BIOGRAPHICAL REFERENCE LIBRARY 305 rial work with Episcopal church,Colorado, 1917; rector TrinityChurch. Trinidad. Colo.. 1917-18;chaplain, rank first lieutenant,aviation section. Fort Sill, Okla.,1918-19; rector Grace Church, Lex-ington, N. C, 1919; principal lolaniSchool for Boys, Honolulu, sinceNovember, 1919. Headed Boy Scoutmovement, Lexington, and was incharge of Victory Loan campaign,same place; charter member Lex-ington Post, American Legion;member Honolulu Ad Club. linda and Herman. Engaged inmercantile business with L. Turner,E. N. Holmes, J. Vierrea and J.G. Serrao at Hilo, Hawaii, until1917; with Maui Dry Goods andGrocery Co., Ltd., and CentralStore, Ltd., 1917-18; admitted topractise law in District Court ofTerritory of Hawaii, 1918; appoint-ed district magistrate for districtof Makawao, County of Maui,March 20. 1919. Served as roadclerk for district of North andSouth Hilo, Hawaii, 1913-1915.Member San Antonio Society, andpast Chief Ranger of A. O. F. P

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