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

CURFEW. Let us have Curfew ; not exactly to cover our fires on these cold nights, but to control any wandering boy or girl, and to set the clock ! Buts or no buts! Macaulay had precedent enough. The notion that it is not "good style" to stick your conjunction at the front of your sentence is of moonshine all compact. Still, we have no wish or right to command other men's conjunctions. Let everybody put his conjunctions where he thinks they will do the most good ; and be blessed to 'cm ! 5 i 5 "A chicl's amang ye takin notes, An' faith he'll prent it." Robert Burns. w 5 In the United States there arc 272 life saving stations which are conceded by other nations to be the best in the world. The men of these stations are constantly on the watch to save life when storms are raging on the coast; and when a ship is driven on the rocks they signal her crew with a red light, if at night, and by a red wig-wag flag in daylight, when they are going to send out the life line. C& C C "The lif...

Publication Title: Honolulu Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu times. — 1 March 1909

I V 10 THE HONOLULU TIMES Send Your Subscription For THE HONOLULU TIMES to Annie M. Prescott, Elite Building, Room 8, Honolulu. THREE DOLLARS A YEAR. intermingling. In no place of the wide world can a like phenomenon be seen. And yet children born in Hawaii rarely even notice the glory overhead unless their attention is called to the same. It is always beautiful at night-fall in Honolulu; (if not a rain-fall) there is a restful, peaceful hush in the verv air, soothing and comforting to the tired worker. And all the town is polite and nice and in afternoon promenade attire. Friend meets friend and as the Holiday season approaches much shopping is often done between the hours of four and six. The morning too has its delights and often the rainbow for breakfast; but, one charming feature of our city is the friendly greeting among working men of all classes: "Morning Tim, how are ye". "O. K. Pat I guess, how's yerself ?" '"Loa Tom, your folks all right?" "Oh yes, how's that new baby of ...

Publication Title: Honolulu Times, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu times. — 1 March 1909

A. S. HUMPHREYS Attorney-at-Law KING AND BETHEL STREETS Telephone Blue 661 THE HHNIEtR TALKING MACHINES Fort Street : : : Honolulu A LIVE TALKER Telephone Main 321 It.B.RTRUCO.,IiTD. Telephone Main 274 "DELMONICO" Opposito R. 0. Church, Boretanit St. TAKE BOOMS THERE. THE HONOLULU TIMES '""'" """ '" l"" Telephones 22-92 of Banking BOSTON BUILDING Judd Building, Fort Street. . p gtree. Telephone Main 152. P. O. Box 716, Tel. Main 137 LB.M&GO.,IiTD. B.f.EteS&GO. si 4 The People's Providers The Leading House for General Dry Goods, House Furnishings, Dresses, Millinery, Etc. Etc. ACKNTS FOR Principal Makers of Sewing Mahines DRY GOODS IMPORTERS Fancy Goods and all the Latest Novelties received by every steamer TiiePiliiLiiiilftliiiiiie imil COMPANY, LIMITED. O t9 9 Are in the for the sale of lots for a Country home. tjf 9 LAND FOR. ElYlMELUTH & CO., LTD, Lcase or Exchange Suporior Stoves and Ranges, -. Cnn(.. Sheet Motal Work, Plumbing Goods. 'Or Oil ITOperry Estimates given...

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

la THE HONOLULU TIMES f r 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 Wfflitlf PIANOS BERQSTROM MUSIC GO. TEL. MAIN 321. Oh CT SANPORD'S FOR FINEST Boston building, 2nd floor, DR. MOORE SAME FLOOR. BR. SINCLAIR WITH DR. MIS9 POWER'S HATS YOU CAN bend. '"Tls the long lane that has no end." Manufacturers Shoe Go. wholesale and retail dealers in : : : : Homoeopathic Practitioner 431 Beretanla Ave. Gil Mill Furniture of All Descriptions Upholstering and Repairing W d $ Bureaus, Chiffoniers, Sideboards, Box Couches, Mattresses, Etc. J J Young Building Tel. White 971. Metropolitan Meat Co., Limited King St., near Bethel. SURVEYORS TO THE PUBLIC All things to the Table. You can market here by 'phone with satisfaction that you do elsewhere in person, Ring Up 45 Stanley Stephenson I' I i BOOTS AND SHOES Painting Decorating 1051 FORT ST...

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

ML 4V EZEKIEL CHAPTER XXXVII In this chapter of Ezckicl are recorded for man's instruction. "And ye shall know that I am the Lord." t7 t t J t What then is a miracle? A miracle is a super natural and wonderful event, performed by Almighty God. o c c& "That Editor's Sermon." t5 BECAUSE! Because we came from God and must go to God, (MUST, too, render an account for this freewill-agent life), very few (not one) can "well-afford" to waste, squander, belittle this splendid heritage be his years few or many. "Life is real, life is earnest," to every sane human being; and, comparatively the men and women of any clime or tongue are very few who desire from da)' to day to waste and spoil in continuous harmless sport and idleness even, the precious golden time. Almost all arc eager and willing to be active faithful factors in the world's great sum ; they want to be something, to do something; to feel that they have won out and won out well, considering their opportunities. Money is not ev...

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

Alaska has so long been a neglected back yard of the nation that the appointment of Walter E. Clark as its Governor will probably attract little attention. Yet the work to be done in better enforcing law and order in that distant territory, in developing its resources, and in improving its means of travel and communication is of great importance. The mines and fisheries of Alaska have produced a volume of wealth which was undreamed of when it was purchased from Russia. O w t5 CROSSING THE BAR. Sunset and evening star, And one clear call for me 1 And may there be no moaning of the bar, When I put out to sea. But such a tide as moving seems asleep, Too full for sound and foam, When that which drew from out the boundless deep Turns again home. Twilight and evening bell, And after that the dark ! And may there be no sadness or farewell, When I embark. For tho' from out the bourne of ' Time and Place The flood may bear me far, I hope to see my Pilot face to face When I have crossed the b...

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

lieves to be qualified by past experience to discharge its duties, irrespective of purely political considerations. The man in charge of the chief gateway through which aliens pour into this country ought to be the very best, in point of fitness and capacity, that can be found for the position. t2& IN MEMORIAM Beloved Father Clement. (Born in Paris, June 9, 1832. Died in Honolulu, at the Catholic Mission, June 10, 1909. Buried June nth (Kamehameha Day). In Hawaii from 1863.) A king and a prince of good fellows among men, a lowly gentle French Jesuit priest, none other than the Reverend Father Clement, has quit, taken French leave of absence (s'il vous plait) never to return, has sped on the Heavenly road to Zion's city, at the call of his Maker; and, never again will his ever-willing feet, his kindly face be seen in the homes or haunts of men. He is gone far away to another country, to another work, and left the sick, the poor, the crazed and the criminal to the mercy of other h...

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

THE HONOLULU TIMES Elite Building, Room 8. ANNE M. PRESCOTT, Editor and Proprietor. JULY 1909 That is a curious report which comes from Messina, declaring that the relief sent by the United States for the benefit of the earthquake sufferers was so abundant that it has tended to discourage self-help among the survivors. The action both of the American people and the government when the disaster occurred was marked bv a prompt and lavish generosity which had no- parallel elsewhere. The whole continent of Europe gave less than this single country, but American donors, in their creditable desire to relieve human misery, assuredly had no purpose to encourage idleness and pauperism. j & & REV. CHAS. F. DOLE TALKS IN BOSTON ABOUT HAWAII. Boston Transcript. President Charles F. Dole was the special guest of his own club, the Twentieth Century, yesterday, and was received with such an introduction by ex-President Edwin D. Mead, who presided, and such plaudits from the 250 members pre...

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

n ' "Bravo ! Cousin Lemaire, bravo!" cried Ildefouse. "Our cars are open as wide as the door of our grange." "You yourselves remember without doubt," said Louis Lemaire in rolling his cap in his fingers, "that Mentiot, the husband of Marraine Mentiot, had not a great courage for work. He was a weaver by trade; but he made not many ells of linen in a week. He liked much better to go drink a glass at l'Americain, which place be it said caused much trouble to the good wives of the neighborhood. This was where I met him nearly every day when it rained, and there was nothing to do in the fields. Marraine was, without ceasing, to his pursuit. " 'Go on, lazy fellow,' cried she ; 'wilt thou soon finish of losing thy time talking of things which do not concern thee, when there is so much to be done in the house? Great lazy-bones ! Seest thou return more quickly 1' which be it said between us feeling well that his wife had cause, remained still a little moment, for not having the air of obeyi...

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

lew "In preparing for the trial, and Marraine Mentiot did the rest of their work without moving' their lips. The night came. Mentiot fastened the shutters and the door and went to bed in the little room which was lighted by a dormer-window. Marraine also lay down. The night passed. The morning arrived. Mentiot remained sunk in the clothing even to the ears, and said not a word. Marraine Mentiot did the same. "From time to time, Mentiot opened half-way an eye for seeing if his wife still slept, and shut very quickly. Marraine Mentiot did the same; but neither the one nor the other budged nor said a word. Ten o'clock struck; doors and shutters remained fastened. The neighbors were astonished. Why does Mentiot and Marraine Mentiot remain imprisoned so in their house? They must be ill! At noon the neighbors became more and more alarmed. Louis Petrus decided finally to knock at the shutters, then at the door; pan 1 pan I pan ! No response. "Then he brought a chair, mounted upon it, and l...

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

mechanics. It's a sturdy fellow looking this plantation-world square in the face up early and clown late. It is in perfect harmony, too, wth time and place and is playing its part grandly. In this very quiet, sleepy, nodding, napping, go-to-bed-at-7 o'clock Chinese village, it reveals and unfolds to the newcomer the enterprise of sterling business men, a current not to be turned aside, repressed or daunted, even by the mountain-high obstacles which obtained here in engineering this same railroad. It shadows forth in itself, that little engine, what Hawaii, the king of the Sandwich Islands, for we call Kauai the queen, can and must become. It is inevitable, and needs no seer. And next to that noisy noise of railway carriage we like (love) the whistles of Niulii She is our "neighbor" you know. Well, Niulii, we say, awakens us promptly at 5 a. m. whether we will or no; for it is no uncertain sound but almost enough loud and prolonged to make those lying out there in the churchyard get ...

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

If the golden-crested Avren Were a nightingale, why, then, Something seen and heard of men Might be half as sweet as when Laughs a child of seven. Algernon Charles Swinbourne. o o Why, all Consuls are picked men, cream of the cream. One could not imagine a country like England or Japan sending, out an Ambassador Non, non. Consul Uyeno does not intend the reporters shall hold a talkfest over what he tells 'em, (doesn't tell 'em) and it makes our heart rejoice. Hoe-hoe! (Mount Tantalus.) O The following officers for the St. Louis College Alumni Association for the coming year have been elected: Dr. J. F. Cowes, president; J. Asch, vice-president; M. Cook, treasurer; William Chung Hoon, auditor, and Eugene McCann, secretary. Directors were elected as follows: Wm. P. Jarrett, James A. Williams, Emil Bemdt and William L. Welsh. t2 w Had the Mayor asked that a certain steamer be chartered to take him to the Fair and return, the Supervisors might feel a reluctance justly; but just for one ...

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

to have been the pioneers, and to have laid the cornerstone of Western culture on the Continent, the rich results of which Germany shares today, with all other civilized nations." Dr. Strang of New York says: "The Irish not only penetrated the unhospitable and uncultivated parts of the Continent, but we find them on the shores of America early in the eighth century. The early Norse navigators found the people of America speaking Irish and in the Sagas the country is called 'Great Ireland.' " With the invasion of the Danes or Northmen civilization and progress in Ireland was arrested, and that condition was only relieved by their total defeat at Clontarf by Brian the Great. Then the French, who had conquered England, and are usually called Normans, made their appearance, and by intermarriage with the royal Irish families obtained a permanent foothold in the country, though their successors in the 700 years since that time have never in a real sense been able to subdue it. It seems wo...

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

"(.iJfra'W t r 10 THE HONOLULU TIMES Send Your Subscription For THE HONOLULU TIMES to Annie M. Prescott, Elite Building, Room 8, Honolulu. THREE DOLLARS A YEAR, going into it when he gets through college, and if he has any sons I suppose they will go into it, too. "Newspaper work is essentially a business for young men. Old men cannot last in it because, old men can not stand the pace. And the further truth is that when a man gets old in newspaper work, unless he has specialized, he decreases in value to his employer instead of increasing. "There is no business in the world where the hours are so long, the work so exacting, the discipline so rigid and the sense of responsibility greater. It isn't like a professional man who does his work and quits. The newspaper man not only has to do his work, but he takes it home with him, lugs it around with him, always haunted by the thought that the man on the other paper may have put it over him. Sometime in my life I hope to be able to see so...

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

E. W. QUINN PLUMBER 214 Beretania St. THE Telephone Main 321 Phone 444 mm 11 1 TALKING MACHINES Fort Street : : : Honolulu A LIVE TALKER THE HONOLULU TIMES It , LTD- LUCAS BROS. Incorporated under the Laws of the COHtraCtOrS and Builders Territory of Hawaii Paid Capital J600.000.00 Manufacturers of Surplus 300,000.00 Undivided Profits 78,691.63 Mouldings, Brackets, Window Frames, Sashes, Doors, Blinds OFFICERS: Chas. M. Cooke President ana all kinds of P. C. Jones Vice-President O. H. Cooke "Wood Work, Finishing;, Turnlnr . ... ,. . ..Vice-President and Manager and Scroll Sawing;, Etc. F. B. Damon Assistant Cashier O. Hustace, Jr Assistant Cashier G. G. Puller Assistant Cashier P. C. Atherton Secretary Z. K. Meyers Auditor cDIEkEOpR0S:T HENRY MAY & CO., LTD. Chas. M. Cooke, P. C. Jones, C. H. ' Cooko, P. B. Damon, P. C. Atherton, P. ,. , , . . Wholesale Retail and W. Macfarlane, E. P. Bishop, E. D. Tenney, J. A. McCandlcss, C. H. ton, Geo. R. Carter. OKUUltO, COMMERCIAL AND SAVI...

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

13 THE HONOLULU TIMES LEWERS & COOKE dr. augur ga$tU $ gOORe LIMITED LIMITED. DEALERS IN LUMBER DOORS and SASH HARDWARE PAINTS and OILS MATTINGS WALL PAPERS TEL. MAIN 20 - - P. O. BOX 448 WE ARE ALWAYS IN LINE FOR PIANOS BERQSTROM MUSIC CO. TEL. MAIN 321. Oh CI Sanford's For Finest Spectacies, Boston Building, 2nd floor. H t K Dr. Moore same floor, next door. HKK Dr. Sinclair, Hotel Street. H H Miss Power's Hat Store, over May's. Manufacturers Shoe Go. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN I : : '. BOOTS AND SHOES Homoeopathic Practitioner 431 Beretanla Ave. lilHIT HhGi.il Furniture of All Descriptions Upholstering and Repairing j j j Bureaus, Chiffoniers, Sideboards, Box Couches, Mattresses, Etc. J J J Young Building Tel. White Ml. Metropolitan Meat Go. Limited King St., near Bethel. SURVEYORS TO THE PUBLIC All things to the Table. You can market here by 'phone with satisfaction that you do elsewhere in person, Ring Up 45 Stanley Stephenson Agents for- NEW ENGLAND MUTUAL LIFE INSURAN...

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

4 AT 77 THE FEEDING OF THE MULTITUDE. S. Matthew xiv. 19-22; S. Luke ix. There are two versions given, as you know, of the miracle of Christ feeding the multitude of four thousand, with seven loaves and two small fishes and the taking up of fragments, seven baskets. The older version is by St. Luke, in which it says : "Give us this day our daily bread." St. Matthew, evangelist and apostle, heard the words of the Lord's Prayer from His own lips ; and, in his (original) version it reads: "Give us this day our super-substantial (supernatural) bread." This means then, give us every day the bread of life, the heavenly food, the Angels' bread, to feed and strengthen our souls, that we may grow strong as the strong, however weak, grow spiritually strong and able to resist more and more, day by day with strength supplied, all the power of evil. A man grows by what he feeds on, physically ; and so, spiritually, if one feeds on Christ often, he must become Christlike. .' .' & "I know not ...

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

money! What can he know of us, that has never hoed a row in his life or chopped a stick? Huh ! he knows naught of the chop stick. They glance but a minute only at Mrs. Taylor's windows; "the Japanese can do it better," as to flowers of course; and, they step quickly on. At the A. Y. C. they linger longer and say, sotto voce if we had not loafed so much money off, we might go in here and call for oyster loaf and have big but, as it is, we must be content with Rice & Co., Ltd., and not murmur a demur. And just look now again, what fine pay (gain) these waiters get for their fancy work, just like play all day, with music in the evening, then ! (Don't sing the plantation chorus to us.) They now grow talkative and excited, as they stand stock still looking at Wood's red car and conclude, that if they were earning and savinsr thev would club together and buy one. Ah! here is that Sharp man's shop, Tom Sharp, he that can paint signs in his sleep they say and gaze in wonder, at his plac...

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

i Kilauea, Volcano House, Hawaii, February 20, 1907. The writer of these lines came from England to Hawaii in 1850. In April, 1867, he first paid a visit to this stupendous and wonderful laboratory of nature, and after a lapse of forty years he again finds himself lost in wonderment and delight in viewing the scenes that, as a younger man, filled his mind with thoughts of the inconceivable and mighty forces at work, slowly changing the aspect of this most interesting locality. On the occasion of my visit, April, 1867, the phenomena observable in the pit of were of such nature that no pen could adequately describe nor brush of artist properly jport'ray the ovcrpoweringly terrible and yet beautiful scene that met the eye on reaching the locus in quo of a volcanic display, unique in its kind in the whole woild. Poor as are the words that come to me, I feel constrained to put on record my recollections of those long-passed days. As near as I can remember, the depth of the pit was not as...

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

THE HONOLULU TIMES Cllte Building, Room 8. AUGUST ANNE M. PRESCOTT, Editor and Proprietor. 1909 purpose it can be kept in a kettle of a portable furnace. One pint of the mixture will cover a square yard if properly applied. For interior work : Slake a peck of lime until it is thick and creamy. While it is hot mix with it a pint of linseed oil and one-quarter of a pound of glue previously dissolved in water. Let the mixture stand several hours before applying it. Coloring matter may be added if desired. For cream color add yellow ocher ; for pearl or lead add lamp or ivory black, and a little umber gives a fawn color. Very little coloring should be used or the shade will be too dark. Woman's National Daily. J J I know a woman who takes her rest at the table, morning, noon and night. She gets little aside from this. She eats slowly, discusses events of the day, perhaps turns her chair around and reads her letters, paper or a story in the magazine. She has done this for many years, and...

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