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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu times. — 1 February 1909

J71 5 &AMEHAMEHA W. V;S "l "uuc j.V)ij 0 .. Man,, x v The nonoiuiu I -M l jc Times Vol. VII. No. 5. "He shall deliver thee in six troubles: yea, in seven there shall no evil touch thee." Job v:i9. Rome, January n. The Pope received Archbishop Ireland in audience yesterday and through him has sent his Apostolic blessing upon the people of America. 3 Direct, control, suggest, this day, All I design, or do, or say; That all my powers, with all their might, In thy sole glory may unite. Kenn. The shaken soil of Calabria and Sicily will still produce the finest oranges and lemons in Europe and there will be no lack of folks to till it if it stays above water. The men on the wharf and the ship believe that Allison' deserves a Carnegie medal if anyone does. "In view of the fact that the sugar plantations are paying large dividends, the demands of the laborers that they be paid $22.50 per month seems reasonable. I believe that labor should have a just proportion of the wealth it creates....

Publication Title: Honolulu Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu times. — 1 February 1909

DREAMS. If a good little child be ever so good, As good as a child can be; Wee Willie Winkie comes over the hill With his sack of dreams comes he. One little dream of a truly train, One little dream of a candy cane, One little dream of a woolly sheep, Qne little dream of a doll to keep, One little dream of a rub-a-rub drums, One little dream of a top that hums, One little dream of a trumpet red, One little dream of a brand new sled, One little dream of a chocolate drop Dream upon dream, and they never stop. If a good little child be ever so good, As good as a child can be; Wee Willie Winkie whv, here he is! "Shut your eyes, quick," says he. Carolyn S. Bailey. i At our Post-office door, Find Hill's curio store (fine find), Could you miss it, 'twould be a wonder ; Should you miss it, oh what a blunder ! Thou must diligently make it thy aim, that in every place, and in every action or outward employment, thou be inwardly free and master of thyself, and that all things be under thee, an...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu times. — 1 February 1909

V little children for Kindcrgartncrs. Personally, we prefer looking at some of our bill-boards, rather than at the untidiness they help to hide. It is excellent for pupils to be taught to observe signs; for, they are public educators. Let a boy, for instance, look in at the 'A. Y. C." He sees the capitals at once the period placed for all contractions, on every package of candy. Can he spell chocolate, raspberry, vanilla, etc.? Passing by Mrs. Taylor's can he spell geranium, chrysanthemum ; he can spell "pink"; but, can he, (color, collar, ? A step on, what of ("promotion") committee? The names of the Islands and the more important "landings" Oh ! But now, here is Coyne's fine ''furniture," bureau, bedstead, chiffonier, hammock, etc. The Cable office message, telephone telegraphy operate connect. Now, we are at the "corner," von Hamm-Young; and across are Stephenson, Emmeluth, E. O. Hall with pistols and revolvers and sword, plow, shovel, bicycle, knives and pitchfork. What a fine s...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu times. — 1 February 1909

THE HONOLULU TIMES Elite Building, Room 8. ANNE M. PRESCOTT, Editor and Proprietor. FEBRUARY 1909 Washington, D. C, Dec. 14. ; The remarkable week was brought to a climax with the annual fall dinner of the Gridiron Club, all of whose dinners have come to be notable events in the life of a Washington winter. Nearly all the prominent figures in the week's doings were invited guests at that banquet. The President and Vice-President of the United States were present, as were the President-elect and the Vice-President-elect. Hon. W. F. Frear of Honolulu figured among the gubernatorial guests and occupied a seat at the head table. It was a night of wit and fun-making, in which all the dignitaries unbended and met on a plane of equality with the forty-odd Washington newspaper correspondents comprising the membership of that club. Cabinet officials, national chairmen, and Senators and Representatives galore were among the about the gridiron shaped table and did not adjourn till when the imp...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu times. — 1 February 1909

" ,jtHf?f?wwp r fjietyyiKw - Sheridan, the piano-tuner, trying patiently to find a scrap of news in his early investment of a good nickel ; and we go up-stairs to find our office in its right place. The music teacher is about to begin her daily work ; the real estate and concrete workers arc abroad in the land, waiting for bargains and business and the place is quiet. We were quite amused (even if saddened by perverse adverse human nature) in reading of that Sicilian who left for the Colonics abruptly and who had disposed of much fruit, as well as of many helpful creditors. We went there innocently and quietly to ask for an ad., and he quite surprised us (took our breath away) by giving away the information, at once, that we were "a robbery land !" he meant of course "rob her land !" We went across the way at once and asked the butcher, what was the matter with that stranger (who took us in), and he replied : "Oh, he's an N. G. (Anne), and ought to get out!" lie's got out. Possibly ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu times. — 1 February 1909

The man here written of will be forty-two years of age next June; height, 5 ft. 44 in.; weight, 130 pounds ; is married and has four strong children. At the close of his letter he writes: "Winter is setting in here. The rain has been unceasingly com-in"- down for over two days. We arc busy roping onions and shelling beans and peas." Up till eight years ago he was a shoemaker and worked at ms trade; since then, Air. Editor, it may interest you to know he has been farming on a very small scale and oft-times finds himself hard pressed. He is of the sort Browning wrote of One who never turned his back, but marched breast forward ; Never doubted clouds would break ; Never dreamed, though right were worsted, wrong would triumph, Held, we fall to rise, are baffled, to fight better, Sleep to wake Men like the one above written of attest to the truth of words of Hodges In whatever measure the world be sick, From the ermined king to the village clerk, There is just one potion will cure it qui...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu times. — 1 February 1909

t.J midst of her perplexity she had a brilliant idea, being a clever fairy. She added the extra leaf to a clover, and gave it the fairy blessing, being a kindly-disposed fairy. And so, from that time out, whoever finds a four-leaved clover is a very lucky person. "Npw," concluded Uncle Jacob, "I have a plan. Out there behind the orchard is a whole big meadow of clover. You three may look for four-leafed clovers tomorrow, and the one who finds the first four-leaved clover shall go with me to town day after tomorrow, and we'll have a jamboree." The twins and Chrissy were immensely excited. They had only been a fortnight at Mount Hope Farm, but in that time they had learned what a "jamboree" with Uncle Jacob meant. All that night they dreamed of finding four-leaved clovers, and after breakfast the next morning they were ready for the clover meadow. "Dear me!" said Aunt Mar)', with a sigh, as she went through the hall, "there's that bottle of medicine Doctor Fair left here last night fo...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu times. — 1 February 1909

J ' ' I !! .t 1 8 lane, forgetting all about being tired. Uncle Jacob was sitting on the veranda, and the twins were there, too, rather tired and cross. "O girls," gasped Chrissy, "did 3'ou find any four-leaved clovers? I've found three!" "Sec, there, now," said Uncle Jacob, "I expected you would. It's an odd thing I forgot to comment on this before that the folks who go looking for four-leaved clovers hardly ever seem to find them. It's the folks who go about doing little duties and kindnesses, and thinking about other people, that find the luck. Well, Chrissy, we'll have the jamboree, sure enough." Chrissy looked at the twins' disappointed faces. "Please, Uncle Jacob," she said, "can't Rachael and Bernice go, too? You see, I found three clovers." "So you did; so you did! That's always the way. People like you find so much luck that it spills over into other people's wav, even when they don't deserve it. Yes, we'll take the twins, too. Now run up to bed, and get your beauty sleep f...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu times. — 1 February 1909

Seven days to the week are given : Six for toil, and one for heaven. God gave me six for work and play ; I will not steal the seventh away. Four weeks in every month appear ; Twelve months make up the rolling year ; One hundred years few live to see Is what is called a century. MARK TWAIN'S NEW TRIBUTE. Nov. 30, '08. "Dear Mr. Wood : "The beautiful mantel was put in its place an hour ago, and its friendly 'Aloha !' was the first uttered greeting my 73rd birthday receivel. It is rich in color, rich in quality and rich in decoration, therefore it exactly harmonizes with the taste for such things which were born in me and which I have seldom been able to indulge to my content. It will be a great pleasure to me, daily renewed, to have under my eye this lovely reminder of the loveliest fleet of islands that lies anchored in any ocean, and I beg to thank the committee for providing me that pleasure. "Sincerely cours, "S. L. Clcmons." Mark Twain also sent picture post-cards of his new home...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu times. — 1 February 1909

IO THE HONOLULU TIMES Send Your Subscription For THE HONOLULU TIMES to Annie M. Prescott, Elite Building, Room 8, Honolulu. THREE DOLLARS A YEAR. banquet room where we were seated around a long table, which dispensed the hospitality of little cakes and Apollinaris, and unsweetened tea. Through the great gates of the Yamcn we passed out to our chairs, which bore us swiftly to our houseboat. While the gray outlines of the city faded in the evening light, a vision of Soochow as one of the great centers of the Chinese Empire flashed through our minds. Py means of its numerous canals, it is within easy access of Shanghai, and Chinkiang; it is in the heart of the silk district, and its very name has a magic sound in the car of the Chinese. A still happier augury for its future importance is the prospect of its becoming the center of the Shanghai, Ilangchow and Nanking Railway. Western enterprise has at last permeated China's oriental conservatism to good effect, and in the awakening from ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu times. — 1 February 1909

A. S. HUMPHREYS . Attorney-at-Law KING AND BETHEL STREETS Telephone Blue 661 THE Hll 11 1 TALKING MACHINES Fort Street : : : Honolulu A LIVE TALKER Telephone Main 321 s3 S3 in J -: The People's Providers The Leading House for General Dry Goods, House Furnishings, Dresses, Millinery, Etc. Etc. AGIiNTS IOR Principal Makers of Sewing Malunes L. B. HEHR & CO., LTD. Telephone Main 274 iisQiTiDa,v jgfrianos Are in a class by thomsolves. Wo also havo other first-class Pianos at fair prices and easy terms. THAYER PIANO CO. 15G Hotel Strcot. EMMELUTH & CO., LTD, Superior Stoves and Ranges, Sheet Metal Work, Plumbing Goods. Estimates given and Contracts undertaken in our line. JOBBING A SPECIALTY. Tel. 211 - 145 King Street THE HONOLULU TIMES Incorporated under tho Laws o the Territory of Hawaii Paid Capital $600,000.00 Surplus 300,000.00 Undivided Profits 78,691.63 OFFICERS: Chas. M. Cooko President P. C. Jones Vice-President 0. H. Cooko Vice-President and Manager F. B. Damon Assista...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu times. — 1 February 1909

12 THE HONOLULU TIMES LEWERS & COOKE DR- augur ga$tle $ gOORe 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 Ski 4w$'', PIANOS BERGSTRO'M MUSIC CO. TEL. MAIN 321. Oh CI SANFORD'S FOR FINEST Boston building, 2nd floor, DR. MOORE SAME FLOOR. Homoeopathic Practitioner 431 Beretanla Ave. it Mil. I Furniture of All Descriptions Upholstering and Repairing iv &b t&Q Bureaus, Chiffoniers, Sideboards, Box Couches, Mattresses, Etc. w 5 5 Young Building Tel. White 971. Metropolitan Meat Co., Limited King St., near Bethel. ?aSINCIiAIR W1TH DR- HUM- SURVEYORS TO THE PUBLIC MISS POWER'S HATS YOU CAN bend. All things to the Table. "Tls the lone lane that has no end." You can market here by ,phone with satisfaction that you do elsewhere in per- Manufacturers Shoe Go. wholesale and retail dealers in : : : : Ring Up 45 Stanley Stephenson BOOTS AND SHOES Fainting Decorating 1061 FORT S...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu times. — 1 March 1909

fW 2-E KAMEIIAM2H SCHOOL FCW BOVS Manual Library Dcpti A77 The Honolulu Times Vol. VII. No. 6. "And it came to pass, that as he was praying in a certain place, when he ceased, one of his disciples said unto him, Lord teach us to pray, as John also taught his disciples. 2. And he said unto them, When ye pray, say, Our Father which art in heaven, Hallowed be thy name, Thy kingdom come, Thy will be done, as in heaven, so in earth. Give us day by day our daily bread And forgive us our sins ; for we also forgive everyone that is indebted to us. And lead us not into temptation, but deliver us from evil." S. Luke xi :i, 2, 3, 4. w 2& iJ It has been said that there are five times as many exhortations in the Bible to give as there are to pray, yet praying continues to be more popular among Christians than benevolence. God himself, who gave a Son to save the lost, has set the shining example of beneficence, and, having given us Christ, with Him bestows upon us all things that pertain to r...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu times. — 1 March 1909

brought the whole country out (safe, sane and sound) free and united, into "a wealthy .place." Editor Times. t5 ? MIS' SMITH. All day she hurried to get through The same as lots of wimmin do; Sometimes at night her husban' said, "Ma, ain't you goin' to come to bed?" And then she kinder give a hitch, And pause half-way between a stitch, And sorter sigh, and say that she Was ready as she'd ever be, She reckoned. And so the years went one by one, An' somehow she was never done ; An' when the angel said as how "Mis' Smith, it's time you rested now," She sorter raised her eyes to look A second, as a stitch she took; "All right, I'm comin' now," says she, "I'm ready as I'll ever be, I reckon." Albert Bigelow Paine. t? Washington, February 12. The President has carried out the wish expressed in the Joint Resolution of Congress that today be set aside as a public holiday in honor of the hundredth anniversary of the birth of Abraham Lincoln. 5 O J Benevolent Old Gentleman : "Don't you find a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu times. — 1 March 1909

within, which must ever be and is, allied to bpiritual force nothing that we can touch or handle, but still an indefinable levtr that moves the world moves men and minors to do, even ever their best. So, as we go by this great common school of nearly iooo, from time to time, we say reasoning from the known (the seen) scene to the unseen, the inside of this big school, there must be order and so, harmony within. "Order is Heaven's first law," we all know from childhood ; and, where order reigns, there jars and discord find no place. And so we determine to visit the Royal School and to carefully note the machinery, every wheel, spindle and bobbin of it so far as we may; and also to discover what sort of fabric is being woven within those halls and rooms, for the woild's daily practical use. You know the French say, "there is a kind of beauty in well-scrubbed boards." And so there is, because clean boards in a shop or home tell of order, industry, sweetness, purity and health, not to g...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu times. — 1 March 1909

THE HONOIiUiLU TIMES Elite Building, Room 8. ANNE M. PRESCOTT, Editor and Proprietor. MARCH 1909 Jubal sang of the golden years When wars and wounds shall cease But Tubal fashioned the hand-flung spears And showed his neighbors peace. New new as the Nine Point Two, Older than Lantech's slain Roaring and loud is the feud avowed Twix' Jubal and Tubal Cain. Jubal sang of the cliffs that bar And the peaks that none may crown But Tubal clambered by jut and scar, And there he builded a town, High hitrh as the Passes lie, Low as the culverts drain Wherever they be they can never agree Jubal and Tubal Cain! Rudyard Kipling. t t THRUM'S ANNUAL. One need not, to go outside of "Thrum's Annual" to learn the story of Hawaii. It is all authentic and reliable on those pages. No poetry, just plain facts for practical people. Read. (5 S t5 TAG! It was a splendid idea indeed ! everybody wanted a tag; they wanted to pay for one baby's pint of pure milk if no more. The spirit grew as the sun rose highe...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu times. — 1 March 1909

The June bride frowned. "These tomatoes," she said, "are just twice as dear as those across the street. Why is it?" "Ah, ma'am, these" and the grocer smiled "these are hand-picked." She blushed. "Of course," she said, hastily ; "I mip,ht have known. Give me a bushel, please." 3 fcT iffi THE MULLET. Doubtless Prof. Alexander and Rev. Dr. Westervelt and many others can srive to us scientific information of the mullet. Queries. Were Hawaiian waters always its habitat? Why the mullet is so high? What the supply is? What bait is used? What is considered a good "catch"? How many go out to catch, and when and where? How long time in which to make a good catch? How many pounds (or fish) in a good catch? Why should the mullet be so scarce and so expensive the supply never equal to the demand. Why do not more men fish for it? d? fcS fcy Ever "go up," in Hackf eld's? Ever in Hall's? Ever in Well worth your time fine things to see, good as a museum. & & & People are not apt to see t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu times. — 1 March 1909

& v6 "Because I'm always getting stuck fast, whatever I do." "You never go to church." The old man threw an obstinate glance at the priest, and murmured peevishly: "I'll do that when I'm happy; I wait for-happiness all my life, and it doesn't come." The Pfarrer sternly replied: "Why do you grumble, man, that happiness does not come to you, while all .your life long you refuse to come to Him who is the Fountain of all happiness, God, who rewards the good and " "Does He reward the good?" broke in the old man, as he replaced his fur cap on his gray head. "I can't say. All my life I've never stolen or robbed or done harm to any one, and yet every bolt from heaven falls on my house. Don't shake your head, Pfarrer, but stop a moment. I was a brave soldier in the Kaiser's army. I had married a wife, and always worked faithfully and zealously. We had built a house ; it was burned over our heads. We built it again, and thought that the two bes.t and finest cows in the valley belonged to ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu times. — 1 March 1909

think of these words, nothing more. Then he took out the little silver cross, and sank on his knees. With voiceless prayer he held it up toward the Tabernacle. Perhaps He who was there understood and would help him. He gazed fixedly upon the cross that surmounted the Tabernacle, and thought: "Lord, I am not Thy servant; I have done no work for Thee ; I can do none. Thou canst not reward me for anything I have done; but, since Thou art rich, Thou canst bestow an alms upon me. Give me Thy peace, and then I will learn to work for Thee, that I may receive a reward." The unspoken prayer rose earnestly, but with a hard effort, in Bodsteifer's heart, and he held up the cross still higher. A half-uttered cry of astonishment sounded behind him ; there was a hasty whisper, and presently a hand rested softly on his shoulder. Turning round, he saw a footman in livery, who whispered that his master, who had been seated in a pew near at hand, wished to speak with the old man, and would wait for h...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu times. — 1 March 1909

-8 -servant a? 'meriting a heavenly reward. our loving, all-good Lord. Jesus Christ!" Translated from the German. J & & HERZER Hugo Herzcr is undeniably one Ihr best teachers of vocalism in the city. He is of most gentle and pleasing demeanor modest and quiet. His work needs no praise of ours; but, Mr. H. deserves the full reward of true merit. iS t5 I can match them with scores where workingmen and working-women predominate and where God's kingdom is first. "Social betterment," "Justice to the toilers," are the slogans heard from Maine to California in our pulpits and thundered at our great church councils. The Church of Jesus never was so awake to the causes of temperance, fairer distribution of wealth, the square deal, the healthy life and this world for God as today. Business is more moral than in any previous great commercial age. A mere enumeration of the firms that profit-sharing would consume hours. Our politics is undergoing a vital reform. More men vote the ticket ...

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