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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu times. — 1 May 1905

often for a seat. Rich and poor fared the same. Fact. j w t Is not a clean board more taking than untidy cover? (Coarse 1) t 3 ? Miss Jessie is come and is gone and money was as easy as if it rained gold on King st. Bonnie Jessie will be joyous in thinking of her fortunate stay. We wish her to come again. An a body meet a body comin' thro' the rye. Does he happen miss two dollars. Not a body cry. (J 5 w We like to go to that Depot; it is roomy, cool and clean The old man who sweeps there has a pride in it ; he will sweep and sweep and then leaning on his broom cast a long lingering look backward and if he shall see a bit of dust on the walk it must go. Then there is the tall gawk of a colored gen'man and he scurries through the train like the north wind and feels that he is of more importance than the president of the road and all the directors for does he not furnish the drink for the people, ice-cold? And he knows that, every man. woman and child likes him for the refreshment he b...

Publication Title: Honolulu Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu times. — 1 May 1905

go last of all to those whom you have had occasion to assist." (3 w w "Wishin' foh de rain storm When de drought comes roun' Wonder why dat sunshine keep out de groun' ; Better stop dis kickin', Doesn't help a bit, Kin' o' weather what you has Is all you's gwinter git." 7 V tPI We are glad it rains, glad to get water and "mighty glad" the Governor can go home and have a few peace and not umpire anything until a new weak. (3 w J. C. Davis, the new Superintendent of Public Instruction, enters upon the discharge of his duties with the good wishes of every friend of education in Hawaii. He has had long experience in the schools of the Islands as a teacher, and since last September he has had the wider and more administrative experience of an inspector. Throughout his connection with the schools of Hawaii, he has taken an interest in his profession outside of the routine of the school room, and has been active ! Teachers' Associations and in the work of the summer normal schools. He thus...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu times. — 1 May 1905

There are feats of arms; would you search other fields? In scienct there are Darwin and Spencer, and Pasteur, and Lister, and if you go back a little, Sir Isaac Newton, who could name a discovery for every one of his eighty-five years. It was Voltaire who said that if all the great men of all ages could be assembled in a congress Sir Isaac Newton would be chosen to preside by unanimous consent. In literature and art the flames of those who in advanced years won imperishable renown arc legion. Everybody can recall their names. Milton wrote his great epic when nearly sixty. Michael Angelo at eighty won the triple crown for excellence in painting, sculpture and architecture. Browning at seventy-seven wrote his most characteristic poem, and Tennyson at eighty-one gave to the world the most exquisite of his lyrics O &f April 19 (A notable day!) BINGHAM TABLET The exercises to take place this afternoon at Punahou at 4 o'clock, when the Bingham tablet will be unveiled, will be a signif...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu times. — 1 May 1905

8 amine the perfect mechanical were in the grounds as usual and flitting all about thd place; but, if you have not my dear reader an eye to and for the supernatural, do you still grope about on the earth (earthy) we cannot help it but we saw the lovely elves; there they were clinging to the vines and waving their wands with the left hand, nodding their heads with delight. Groups of them were resting on the palm leaves, dancing up and down the steps watching every girl as they walked quietly on and off the stage, peeping in at the arches; and finally, at a beckon from their queen they raised thqir wands above their heads, faced the road and vanished. It was a marvellous sight. And likely you all know that never do these airy visitants enter mortal domains excepting where there is entire love and harmony as is true of cur dear As we tried to cover the whole scene of beauty the perfect night, the clear pure atmosphere the planets over our head, the seeming transformation of the place b...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu times. — 1 May 1905

DEDICATION OF THE BINGHAM TABLET ERECTED IN COMMEMAKATION OF A NOBLE GIFT TO PUNA-HOU, OAHU COLLEGE, APRIL 19, icjoj Wherein every number in that program was a flawless gem of exquisite taste and fitness we may be permitted by our readers to say and to think that the loving and faithful tribute of the son, Rev. Dr. Hiram Bingham to his parents was the truest and most excellent that could have been framed by affection and loyalty. New gifts of twenty, ten and fifty thousand dollars, stated by the Hon. P. C. Jones, have come in to the College. (Truly "of a little one God has made a thousand.") But more than that will be needed. A college in order to keep in sanitary condition needs to swallow and digest a good deal (that is in order) (good form). Ed. v w S Every Island of us is "mighty glad" (as Kentucky would say) to know that the Hon. Claus Spreckels is here again and we'll all help him to get strong and well in our clear rainbow-land. We do hope he'll stop a round year. And then ag...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu times. — 1 May 1905

IO At my left there stood a slender man in the white garb of a rector. His face was flushed from the biting cold, for he had been walking perhaps ten miles from his station to preach to this handful of people not more than twelve alltold. He used an abbreviated or condensed form of the Episcopal ritual, and. then preached a short sermon on the second coming of Christ. It was Advent Sunday, and he made his sermon fit the day. It was not so much the arrangement of his discourse, though that was sensible and logical ; it was not so much the exposition of the wonderful coming of Christ, though it was full of tenderness and void of irrationalism : it was not so much the manner of address, though that was forceful and worthy of a city pulpit not these that most impressed me, but if I may used the word, it was the transcendent earnestness of the man marked this sermon as one to be remembered a life-time. The central tlVought was the oft repeated promise "I will come again," and the univers...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu times. — 1 May 1905

L B. KERR & CO., LTD. a The Teoples' Providers The Leading House for General Dry Goods, House Furnishings, Dresses, Millinery, Etc., Etc. - - AGENTS FOR Principal Makers of Sewing Machine L B. KERR & CO., LTD. Tel Main 274. RAPHAEL TUCK & SONS, Ltd. London-Purls-New York. JlJlJ Publisher by Appointment to Their Majesties "The King and Queen Alexandra." "Little Artists'" Series. Beautiful Drawing Books. (Ed.) A. R. R0W4T, D.V.S. Verterinary Surgeon . . . . . . No. 777 KING STREET. TEL. BLUE 10 1 "Co to PORTER FURNITURE CO. Alexander Young Building. Look at the unique chairs, any one of them is a prize ! Tel. Main 372 P. O. Box 449 THE MISSES HARRIS Can scrvf you in hand-made lace, embroidery and fine needle-work of al sorts. Water-colors and China painting some beautiful things.' THE HONOLULU TIMES. Atkinson, Judd & Mott-Smith Attorneys at Law. SECOND FLOOR, JUDD BUILDING Manfaur oj HONOLULU, T. H. TjI. Main 314. ..PURR CRYSTAL ICE.. Made from ....DIBTILLBD WATER.... ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu times. — 1 May 1905

13 LEWERS & GOOKE, LTD. DEAIXBS IN LUMBER DOORS and SASH HARDWARE PAINTS and OILS MATTINGS WALL PAPERS "' f iirf iff p W" 11 'g"" ' CO. Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Boots and Shoes 1051 TORT STREET P. O. Box 461. Honolulu. K. T. T'l. Main 282. THE HONOLULU TIMES. GAS FOR COOKING. G Gas for Heating GAS Gas for Lighting S Gas for Power Call and find out. HONOLULU GAS CO. Young Building. Telephone Main 20. P.O.Box 448. COYNE FURNITURE CO., LIMITED We are always in line for Furniture of all decsriptions Upholstering and Repairing BUREAUS, CHIrTONIERS SIDEBOARDS BOX COUCHES MHTTRESSES, ETC Hoteland UnionSts. PIANOS Tel. White 971. BERGSTROM MUSIC CO. Will remove to New Odd Fellows' Building, Fort near King Sts., about July First. Tel. Main 321. the Hjueen lotel Mr. and Mrs. Heine Props Table Excellent and Board jt Very Reasonable Nuuanu Avenue, corner of Vineyard Street. Tel Blue 251. MANUFACTURERS'.... SHOE LIMITED Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Pure MILK CREAM and BUTTER OFFICE...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu times. — 1 November 1908

ry.,. E- The Honolulu Times Vol. VII. No. 2. "Happy is that people, that is in such a case: yea happy is that people whose God is the Lord." Psalms. "You go into the great factory and you see the hundreds and thousands of wheels all connected, in one way or another, with the great engine room ; and you learn the tremendous accomplishing force of cooperation. A little closer investigation will teach another lesson. If a single screw is out of place some machine is stopped and perhaps the entire room becomes a nlacc of quiet. Indeed, if a screw is out of place in the all-important dynamo or engine the entire mill is temporarily a useless plant. So it is with us ; if we cooperate with our fellows in church and community, we cooperate with God ; but, if like the screw, out of place, we fail to do our duty, then our home, our place of business, our church, our community, nay, the universe itself, cannot measure up to its full activity." "I thought it was a pretty fair sort of telescope f...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu times. — 1 November 1908

philus Davies and R. C. Janion. When Mr. Janion died in 1881 Mr. Walker became a partner of Mr. Davies, and later when the business was incorporated as Theo. H. Davies & Co., he became one of the directors, holding this office until his retirement from active business in June, 1901. He returned to England about that time and resided at Bonchurch near Vcntnor in the Isle of Wight. Upon the retirement of the late Theo. H. Davies from active business in 1886 and taking up a residence in England, Mr. Walker became British Vice Consul, holding that position until he left the islands. Mr. Walker was a devout churchman, teaching Sunday school classes in St. Andrew's cathedral, besides holding positions in the vestry. At one time he was in charge of the choir. The organization. of the parish of St. Clement's at Punahou was largely due to the efforts of Mr. Walker and he assisted in many ways in securing the erection of the church. He was a trustee of St. Clement's at the time of his dea...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu times. — 1 November 1908

i&V' sv; . PSYCHOLOGY. Wc expect to pursue the study; but, shall hope to go more into the science of the subject, comparing one with another and also, trying to group some that seem to us kindred spirits in a way; or that might have been, under perhaps more favorable conditions. But, for instance right here and now, can you, my reader, put anyone (kamaaina, I mean to say; for, we are thinking mostly of them, in this study) with Rev. Fr. Clement? See? With whom would you put Judge Dole? With Bishop Libert, one might readily think of Consul Schacfer. With Prof. Alexander one might say, Mr. Thrum or Dr. Bishop. Now (without a socck of favoritism or partiality) for calm, quiet reflection, for true democratic nobility of mind and manner, what woman would you place with Mrs. San-ford B. Dole in all this Territory? There is not another of precisely, her "bent." With whom would one class S. M. Damon? Why, Muhlendorf has the same certain acumen; so has Pfotenhauer and T. Clive Davies and...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu times. — 1 November 1908

THE HONOLULU TIMES Elite Building, Room 8. ANNE M. PRESCOTT, Editor and Proprietor. NOVEMBER 190S P. S. N.ow, without any reference to yachting at all, would not one say that Robt. Scott and Mr. Hobron were something of the same "turn?" And might one not put in the same boat Fred. Water-house, J. C. Davis, President Home, L. Blackman, Mr. Day, the grocer. It looks very plain to us. If you take Chief Thurston for instance, do you not think of Capt. Soule and Lucas of May & Co., Dr. Murray, Mr. Watkins, James C. Wilder, Chas. H. Ather-ton in a minute's time? See? Would you not, reader, in all reason group at once : Mark Robinson, Ballentyne, Consul W. S. Smith, Lewers, Sam Parker, Wright the blacksmith, Marston Campbell, Irwin, Henry Smith, Bp. Libert, Gov. Cleghorn, Rev. Dr. Bishop, Alex. Young, (Dr. Wood, the Mclnerny's and John Hughes coming in, five years hence?) In this marvelous science, it is not the point of difference between two men or a class or group of men (or women) ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu times. — 1 November 1908

ley Stephenson. To our vision, plain as apple-pie. Does not Editor Rhodes now look like Gov. Carter and Chief Thurston and Capt. Soule and Atkinson ? Certainly. Gov. Frear, we do not see too many like him (yet). "As easy as ole Tilly." We have never met anyone, young as we are, that had seen O. T. But, we fancy he must have been well known, as one that did never fret his wife or scold the children or kick the dog; but, like Berndt of Dimond & Co., always had a cheery, cheerful word of welcome; and likely took home chocolates from the Y. C. Oct. 6. P. S. (Not exactly a propos.) The tailors must all like the Cowley Fathers; they use so much good cloth in the making of their coats. In the express benefit of those who write at night as editors and the rest, we wish to tell of a rest for the tired (bare) feet. We find that resting the soles on a mat of soft brown paper keeps them warm and gives ease and comfort. When we know a "good thing" we like to pass it on. No rug is half so res...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu times. — 1 November 1908

(partly wood) is our church at present, and the old nave is connected with it, as seen in the later pictures the steeple gone a little work over the doorway added. That good sized white house was the one used by Father Da-mien as a Girls' Home, under the care of Julia, a native woman. The Brothers' house stands there now, first built for the Franciscan Sisters, and "Baldwin Home" covers the ground this side and back of that location. Very respectfully, Joseph Dutton. Kalawao, Molokai, May, 1908. THREE COUPONS. By Editor Times. 1. Little Girl. 2. Silent Night. 3. Tinker. Little Girl. A little girl of about six years of age, whose mother had died, was boarded in the S. H. Convent. One day her father came to take her out for a little treat. When they entered the quite empty car the bit dolly climbed up into a scat by herself and sat looking intently out. Presently her father bade her to come and sit by him. Dolly did not hear. After a minute he called again. She did not heed. The condu...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu times. — 1 November 1908

t BU. war en) the S. H. Convent; and yet, of all this fine group, all friendly neighbors (and active-paying members of the Times) one never sees them standing on their door-sills (silly) with a trumpet to attract the attention of the passerby, oh no. And yet they all deserve to make a cheerful income. And then, those nice pretty people at the Naval Station that seem to grow "quarters." And Cofer and Brinckerhoff and Humphris, Woods, Camp, Mitamura, Moore, Wayson, Augur and Atkinson down Alakea and up and all over. Judd, Baldwin and Water-house (and that tidy the fire laddies so polite, and Manager Cohen. But this is but one little group ! Think of the Executive and Judiciary, the Judd and Stangenwald, the and Boston, the Hackfeld, Damon, Irwin, Schaefcr, Row and Rowc, Dn Roi, Police Station, Postoffice! But we shall make you dizzy to recount the half of all our crowd of true and loyal friends: Judges, lawyers, ministers, bishops, priests and deacons, carpenters, stone-masons, drayme...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu times. — 1 November 1908

vV4WfM " DAMON. Nearly all of prosperity and of hearty good will that the Chinese enjoy in this Territory today, is due to the work, the loving unselfish "brotherly kindness" of Francis Williams Damon ("Frank") as his friends love to call him. If others, in the past few years, have caught of his early old-time unselfish spirit and work, when more of hardship and sacrifice were required than at present, we are glad to know of the same and to mark it. He too is glad and the Chinese are glad; for, surely there is room for all workers when we think of China at our doorl But Mr. (and Mrs. Damon a little later,) were the pioneers that have influenced and inspired others to begin, and to help in the great work. The Rev. Dr. Thwing has now for some years been Mr. Damon's beloved right hand man and coadjutor and to him has Mr. Damon given of his counsel and his love. Together, hand in hand have these two earnest Orient lovers worked and planned. Speaking in their own dialects to the Chinese ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu times. — 1 November 1908

"We hope that the time will never come when it may be said of an American naval ship that it goes to sea with any other purpose in the minds of officers and men than strict naval business and snappy naval training. Honolulu is pleased to greet the Fleet again socially. Our people are more gratified with the business atmosphere that pervades the Navy, and though schedules may be broken, Honolulu should gain a reputation for knowledge that tea parties are not the first consideration of the cruise." Bulletin. The sugar industry that only results in making a few millionaires, and any other industries that form gambling stocks, are not favorable to a yeomanry that arc necessary to make a good country. The fact that large, useful crops can be grown here is proven by the yields of sugar and that land rents for as high as $40 per annum to grow rice, by native rampant vegetation on hillside and valley, by the covering of the land with lantana, by the varied vegetation that we fee in Honolulu...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu times. — 1 November 1908

IO pace; then I could see my starboard bow-oar slowly, inch by inch, dip out ahead of her. About five hundred yards from the start was a bunch of American boats crowded with yelling1 lunatics, and as I approached them I spoke a word to the crew, signaled the stroke to rise to forty, and before the Frenchman knew what had happened to him he had our wash, and, barring accidents, the race was won. Then we settled down to our long, swinging, thirty-two strokes, which were to last the rest of the distance. The French crew began yelling when we passed them, and I believe they kept it up to the finish. It struck me as about the worst use I had ever known a racing crew to put their lungs to, but it pleased me immensely to have them do it. At the turning buoy we were thirty seconds ahead, and on the pull we gained one minute. Crossing the finish line, I tossed oars for a second as the gun flashed, and then pulled to the ship at the same racing speed. As I shot alongside, the tackles were hoo...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu times. — 1 November 1908

A. S. HUMPHREYS Attorney-at-Law KING AND BETHEL STREETS Telephone Blue 661 THE KM 11 1 ggssrH10Jtft Volet J kB.pRH&GO.,ItTD. Telephone Main 274 A song of sunshine through the rain, Of spring across the snow, A balm to heal the hurts of pain, A peace surpassing woe. Lift up your heads, ye sorrowing ones, And be ye glad of heart, For Calvary and Easter Day, Earth's saddest day and gladdest day, Were just one day apart ! THE HONOLULU TIMES ill OF HHUUl LI incorporated under the Laws of the Territory of Hawaii Paid Capital J600.000.00 Surplus 300,000.00 Undivided Profits 78,691.53 OFFICERS Chas. M. Cooke President P. C. Jones Vice-President F. W. Macfarlane, 2nd Vice-President C. H. Cooke Cashier C. Hustace, Jr Assistant Cashier F. B. Damon Assistant Cashier DIRECTORS Chas. M. Cooke, P. C. Jones, F. W. Macfarlane, B. F. Bishop, E. D. J. A. McCandless, C. H. Atherton, C. H. Cooke, F. C. Atherton, F. B. Damon. COMMERCIAL. AND SAVINGS DEPARTMENTS Strict attention given to all branches ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu times. — 1 November 1908

PIANOS BERGSTROM MUSIC CO. TEL. MAIN 321. Oh CT SANFORD'S FOR FINEST Boston building, 2nd floor, DR. MOORE SAME FLOOR. Homoeopathic Practitioner 431 Beretanla Ave. FiiKll Furniture of All Descriptions Upholstering and Repairing W V O Bureaus, Chiffoniers, Sideboards, Box Couches, Mattresses, Etc. w 5 w Young Building Tel. White 971. Metropolitan Meat Co., Limited King St., near Bethel. ismcLAIIi W1TH DE- SURVEYORS TO THE PUBLIC MISS POWER'S HATS YOU CAN bend. All things to the Table. Cw 12 THE HONOLULU TIMES LEWERS & COOKE dr. augur ga$tle $ goo LIMITED LIMITED. DEALERS IN LUMBER DOORS and SASH HARDWARE PAINTS and OILS MATTINGS WALL PAPERS TEL. MAIN 20 - - P. 0. BOX 448 WE ARE ALWAYS IN LINE FOR ine "Tls the long lane that has no end." You can market here by )phone w,h satisfaction that you do elsewhere in per- son' Manufacturers Shoe Go. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN : I : : Ring Up 45 Stanley Stephenson BOOTS AND SHOES Fainting Decorating 1051 FORT STREET P. O. Box 409 Tel. ...

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