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

of the subject we have chosen for our little, mid what must prove, faulty paper. London on the Thames! "London on the Thames." Today those two proper name-words carry in their arms, or on their back, a mighty significance! Could we put into Avriting all they import, all that they contain of Religion, of History, of Commerce, of Peoples, of Books, of Tournalism, you would see, at once, and at a glance, that they affect the world from its to its circumference. The Thames is today to the world in an immeasurably larger sense, what the mouth of the Nile was to Egypt in point of civilization ; what the Tiber was to Rome. There is a fountain of "living water" in London. It is in the Church, in the Queen, in the Journalism, in the House of Lords, in the House of Commons, in the statesmen, the philosophers, the writers: water, cool, sweet and as clear as crystal proceeds forth from that city helping to strengthen and purify the world. Thanks be to God. You know that the Thames is the most i...

Publication Title: Honolulu Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu times. — 1 August 1909

plicr and true philanthropist active agent of that little world. But it must be a man with brains and not beetles, in his box; and paradoxical as it may seem, the smaller that town, the wit, the shrewder judgment, the more wisdom of Solomon is needed. If an editor is not a king on a stable throne, it is his lack of ability, alone. People will have a daily paper even if they borrow, or steal one. Many very devout folk cannot afford two papers, consequently the religious weekly, or monthly, and a first-rate good goods, too, goes, often, to the wall. If there could be a sort of missionary-newspaper fund for every community, and such a paper tossed "free gratis for nothing" into every one's door it might be a good thing, and even pay in the end ! Now, as that scheme of mine is not as yet floated, the daily journals can look a little more alive to themselves, and try to meet every demand. We put religion, certainly, at the top of the heap ; then we want space for an "old favorite" of a p...

Publication Title: Honolulu Times, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu times. — 1 August 1909

men who have trod those streets have lived and toiled and dreamt, preached and written, sung and prayed; and left their mark (a cross perchance I) in stone, on paper, in church, in book, in hospital, in grandest deeds and in the hearts of men, an influence upward for all time. How unsatisfactory to try to single out even hundreds of those heroes, and call them by name! King Alfred, "Here." Bcdc. "Here." Bunyan. "Here." Jeremy Taylor, Ken, Herbert, Newman, Puscy, Paley, Kcble, "Here." Wren, Inigo Jones, "Here." The Pitts, Shaftesbury, Raleigh and all of their lines. "Here." Shakespeare and all in his train. "Here." Now shall we go on? The work is deepening, and a book of three volumes would not suffice! Ah, "journalism," and its contemporaries, means something not in the latest "Unabridged," even ! Here, from her home on the bleak moor, was twice seen the Charlotte Bronte of immortal fame; here, the author of "Silas Marncr," here "Little Nell" and her grandfather, here Tiny Tim, here...

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

8 and the parents of every newborn male child will get a two months' rent receipt. The babes also will be remembered. Each whose arrival on earth occurs in the apartments, will get a year's privilege of the nursery to be operated on one floor of the building, with care by trained nurses. Each suite will be fitted up for the comfort of the children. A playroom will be included in each apartment. Besides this, there will be a large playroom in the basement and competent instructors will teach the rising generation various forms of physical culture. A dancing room also will be operated for the exclusive use of the children. Teachers will give lessons, free, twice a week. ("These are my jewels.") t2 3 ? Santa Rosa, July 4. These are busy days for Luther Burbank. The plums on the experimental farm near Sebastopol are beginning to ripen and very soon now the scientist will be confronted with a sea of color on his plum trees that will rival the rainbow tints. There are several varieties in...

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

') m 1 im IM U "To think of the Roman Catholic Church is to think of the oldest, the most venerable, and the most powerful religious institution existing among men. I am not a churchman, of any kind; that, possibly, is my misfortune ; but I am conscious of a profound obligation of gratitude to that wise, august, austere, yet tenderly human ecclesiastical power which, self-centered amid the vicissitudes of human affairs, and provident for men of learning, imagination, and sensibility throughout the world, has preserved the literature and art of all the centuries, has made architecture the living symbol of celestial aspiration, aiur in poetry and in music, has heard, and has transmitted, -the authentic voice of God. "I say that I am not a churchman ; but I would also say that the best hours of my life have been hours of meditation passed in the glorious cathedrals and among the sublime ecclesiastical ruins of England. I have worshipped in Canterbury and York, in Winchester and Salisbu...

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

WWIHW IO THE HONOLULU TIMES Send Your Subscription For THE HONOLULU TIMES to Annie M. Prescott, Elite Building, Room 8, Honolulu. THREE DOLLARS A YEAR. whatever point of the compass, for wherever is the sky of Hawaii-nei overhead the delight remains : . leaving we say the rainbows and the ever-glorious rolling of the surf, leaving the sunshine showers that may sprinkle the left foot and not go for the right, a drop ; leaving the blues and the violets and the greens and the pinks of sky and sea, leaving the waterfalls down the hillsides, leaving the swimmers and the canoes, and the steamers, and all the craft coming in and going out hour by hour with its endless freight of humanity and merchandise, its hopes and fears; leaving the sea and slipping into an "electric" to glance at as we quickly glide past, beautiful homes and handsome public buildings; past messenger boys on their wheels, past postmen in their traps,, by the telephone office, (speak low), to look at the Moana, the Hawa...

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

E. W. QUINN w P in j - p w o PLUMBER 214 Berotania St. - Phone 444 THE 101 MI I ?u!MUt Volet J TALKING MACHINES Fort Street : : : Honolulu A LIVE TALKER Telephone Main 321 Ii.B4Et$C0.,ItTD. The People's Providers The Leading House for General Dry Goods, House Furnishings, Dresses, Millinery, Etc. Etc. AGBNTS FOR Principal Makers of Sewing Mahmes Telephone Main 274 EMMELUTH & GO., LTD, Superior Stoves and Ranges, Sheot Metal Work, Plumbing Goods. Estimates given and Contracts undertaken in our line. JOBBING A SPECIALTY. Tol. 211 - - 145 King Street THE HONOLULU TIMES Incorporated under the Laws of the Territory of Hawaii Paid Capital $600,000.00 Surplus 300,000.00 Undivided Profits 78,691.63 OFFICERS: Chas. M. Cooke President P. C. Jones C. H. Cooko and Manager F. B. Damon Assistant Cashier C. Hustaco, Jr Assistant Cashier G. G. Fuller Assistant Cashior F. C. Atherton Secretary Z. K. Moycrs Auditor DIRECTORS: Chas. M. Cooko, P. C. Jones, C. H. Cooko, F. B. Damon, F. C. Atherton, ...

Publication Title: Honolulu Times, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu times. — 1 August 1909

U 'TV' 'IT- 12 THE HONOLULU TIMES LEWERS & COOKE dr. augur ga$tk $ gQOkt LIMITED LIMITED. DEALERS IN LUMBER DOORS avd SASH HARDWARE PAINTS and OILS MATTINGS WALLPAPERS TEL. MAIN P. BOX 20 - - O. 448 WE ARE ALWAYS IN LINE FOR PIANOS BEROSTROM MUSIC 00. TEL. MAIN 321. Oh CI K Sanford's For Finest Spectacles, Boston Building, 2nd floor. . t . Dr. Moore same floor, next door. . Dr. Sinclair, Hotel Street. . K Miss Power's Hat Store, over May's. Manufacturers Shoe Go. wholesale and retail dealers in : : : : Homoeopathic Practitioner 431 Beretanla Ave. Mr ft. i Furniture of All Descriptions Upholstering and Repairing v v v Bureaus, Chiffoniers, Sideboards, Box Couches, Mattresses, Etc. v 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 Agents for- NEW ENGLAND MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO., of B...

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

"And His mercy is from generation to generation to them that fear Him." The Psalms. to to 4? GENERAL ARMSTRONG. And though he died as a result of overwork one of his sayings was, "It pays to follow one's best light. To put God and country first; ourselves afterwards. Taps is just sounded." to to to Don't tell your troubles to others; they are looking for an opportunity to tell theirs to you. George Eliot. to i$ to The new Davies corner on Queen is really beautiful the curve. No other like it in the town. It just suits the narrow street, to our mind. J to to Secretary Wood has gone straight on sawing wood, sawing wood, hammering and driving nail after nail ; and now, can stand out in the street and espy a solid strong building up of many stories, stories (paper stories!) ? to 5 Oh, go to Dimond's for your cut glass; his cut glass shines like di'monds. to to ffft Dey is times w'en tribulation Seems to git de uppah ban', An' to whip de weary trav'lah 'Twell he ain't got stren'th to sta...

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

(Now here endeth the 7th year of The Honolulu Times.) KAIMUKI. "How perfectly lovely !" will be the exclamation of all the girls the day school begins in the new Convent of the Sacred Hearts. We have been all through and through it; and as we walked down the road to take the car, we looked back and said, "Perfectly lovely." (5 O O (And now, Architect Kerr, will you please subscribe for The Times? Why should we notice your work at all, pray? We are under no obligations to heed thy architecture, are we?) 5 t5 We had hardly done reviewing the subject of one day, for a minute or two, and had thrown the waif down on the floor of our mind so to speak, saying, we would perhaps pick it up in earnest one day and write an article, when to our amazement, and as if divining our thoughts, a friend remarked abruptly: "There's one thing I am intending to let go, and that is writing so much ; it costs too much in a year for postage and the returns are often very unsatisfactory; I'm losing all faith...

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

The immersion of a living lobster in boiling water to form a fit meal for the epicure is perhaps no worse than the treatment awarded the young egrets. Atavistic tendencies in these days cannot be held as an excuse for cruelty or for abetting or countenancing it. Evolution is at work, and there are many ways in which whoso will can help and assist nature in eradicating traits of character that attach to us as a part of the lives of those who lived in a long since past and whose very existence, perhaps, depended in no small degree on a lack of feeling quite foreign to all reasonable requirements of our own days and lives. Let women shun aigrette plumes as a part of their personal adornment. On the living bird how exquisitely beautiful. The faultless furnishing of the Great Artist of the universe. Plucked with heartless cruelty from the bird to become a decoration for a woman's hat, it is simply an incongruous impediment to the realization of an outward expression of beauty, courtesy a...

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

THE HONOLULU TIMES Elite Building, Room 8. ANNE M. PRESCOTT, Editor and Proprietor. SEPTEMBER 1909 tion is made of a cotton mill at Kailua, Kona, Hawaii, where a good grade of cotton cloth was actually being made. This was in 1837. The wives of the missionaries taught the weaving of cotton, and the records say that their pupils soon surpassed them in dexterity. "And all of this cotton was raised in small batches by individuals. Even under those conditions the reports from Washington indicate that the cotton erown here produced the very finest grade of lint. The cotton which we find growing here about, and which is generally called wild cotton, is in reality the Sea Island cotton brought here in the olden days. "Sea Island cotton, of which 225 pounds is produced to the acre on the mainland under the most favorable conditions, we can produce here at the rate of 400 pounds to the acre. "There is no doubt but that our conditions here are just about as nearly ideal as possible for the pr...

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

4 5rTW, , THE OLD WATER WHEEL. It lies beside the river, where its marge Is black with many an old and oarless barge, And yesty filth and leafage wild and rank Stagnate and batten by the crumbling bank. Once, slow revolving by the industrious mill, It murmured only on the Sabbath still ; And evening winds its pulse-like beating bore Down the soft vale and by the winding shore. Sparkling around its orbed motion, flew, With quick fresh fall, the drops of dashing dew, Through noontide heat that gentle rain was flung, And verdant, found, the summer herbage sprung. Now, dancing light and sounding motion cease, In these dark hours of cold continual peace; Through its black bars the unbroken moonlight flows, And dry winds howl about its long repose! And moldering lichens creep, and mosses gray, Cling around its arms, in gradual decay, Amidst the hum of men which doth not suit That shadowy circle, motionless and mute! So, by the sleep of many a human heart The crowd of men may bear their bu...

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

it "when we came out here that we were going1 to see anything like this. Here is a field such as any big university might be proud of, and they certainly are playing a fine game of ball. And you say that they play football, soccer and all other games just as well? Let me see that list of names you have there." And he read the list over several times, asking for information as to pronunciation, chortling all the time. Then he was told a few more things to surprise him. He heard of the Outrigger Club, of. the yacht club, of the transpacific yacht races, of the girls' rowing clubs, of the Marathon races and of many other events in the way of sports and athletics that take place here. Before the party left the grounds they had realized in a small way just how great a country this is for open-air sport, and the Tenyo Maru carried away one good sportsman who will tell the people on the mainland some truths about sport in Hawaii. The recent visits of the Santa Clara and Keio teams to Honol...

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

men, so to horses: he was cruel when drinking and kind when abstaining. "If I can keep him from whisky, I can keep him kind," said Dolores to her mothei. The daughter did not then know how prophetic her name would yet prove. Dolores, sorrows. "Dolores, my darling," said the mother, "if he will not be sober when he is betrothed, neither will he be when married to you. Test him for one year." Juan Andres accepted the test. To the delight of Dolores and the wonder of the small Indian and white world in which he lived, he stood it not for one only, but for a second and even a third year. I At the end of the first year of their happy married life, Juanito was born, and the father's Indian nature asserted itself in all its nobility in the love and care of the child. But when Juanito was only two years old, Juan Andres' mother, whom Juan loved with an Indian son's love, died. He grieved as only an Indian grieves deeply, silently. At this critical moment, some low whites offered him whisky,...

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

spark from a passing locomotive fell on the thick fox-tail grass. At once the twenty workmen realized the clanger that threatened from the strong wind which was blowing in the direction of the hay-field. They hastened with wet grain-sacks to extinguish the flames. But too late : already the stubble had caught. The cut hay was catching, the fire must soon reach the standing grain. How it crackled! How it roared and rani None worked harder than Juan Andres. Alone he fought and nearly conquered a long line of burning grass; meantime the others had gone to start a backfire in order to cut a wide swath which the main fire could not leap. While he was left alone, the Indian heard the sharp crack of a rifle. It was the gun that Tomas had left on a pile of hay to shoot the rabbits started by the reapers. Juan Andres now remembered that Carlos little four-year-old Carlos, the youngest son of Don Manuel, must still be sleeping near by, where he had laid him, when, weary from following the hor...

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

mt 1 fl1 Well T remember the low arch and dark, The courtyard with its well, the terrace wide, From which, far down, the valley like a park, Veiled in the evening mists, was dim descried. The day was dying, and with feeble hands Caressed the mountain-tops ; the vales between Darkened; the river in the meadow-lands Sheathed itself as a sword, and was not seen. The silence of the place was like a sleep, So full of rest it seemed; each passing tread Was a reverberation from the deep Recesses of the ages that are dead. For, more than thirteen centuries ago, Benedict fleeing from the gates of Rome, A youth disgusted with its vice and woe, Sought in these mountain solitudes a home. He founded here his convent and his Rule Of prayer and work, and counted work as prayer, The pen became a clarion, and his school Flamed like a beacon in the midnight air. At 9:30 we reached Rome, and as we passed through the brilliantly lighted station to our carriage, it was all like a dream and not a bit lik...

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

J JU.UUtMIWWW IO THE HONOLULU TIMES Send Your Subscription For THE HONOLULU TIMES to Annie M. Prescott, Elite Building, Room 8, Honolulu THREE DOLLARS A YEAR. When You Speak of "THE 99 Everyone knows that you mean the Alexander Young Cafe Open from 6 a. in. to 11:30 p. m. Cor. Bishop St. and Hotel. high altar, at which the Pope alone says Mass, is a wonderfully beautiful bronze canopy, supported by spiral columns, made of metal taken from the Pantheon. Ninety-five lamps are kept burning around the confessio, the descent to which is by a flight- of marble steps. To the right of the dome is a transept, larger than most churches, where the (Ecumenical Council of 1870 held its meetings. (In the left transept are confessionals for ten different languages.) It would take months to see and understand all that St. Peter's presents, with its chapels, relics, tombs," statues, mosaics and inscriptions. (We counted twenty-nine altars.) There is no stained glass in St. Peter's and the light filt...

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

E. W. QUINN PLUMBER 214 Berotania St. Phone 444 THE SMI 11 1 TALKING MACHINES Fort Street : : : Honolulu A LIVE TALKER Telephone Main 321 LB.ptR&CO.JuTD. Telephone Main 274 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 the Laws of the Territory of Hawaii Paid Capital 3600,000.00 Surplus 300,000.00 Undivided Profits 78,691.63 OFFICERS:. Chas. M. Cooke President P. C. Jones Vico-President C. H. Cooke Vico-President and Manager F. B. Damon Assistant Cashier C. Hustaco, Jr Assistant Cashier G. G. Fuller Assistant Cashier F. C. Atherton Secretary Z. K. Moyers Auditor DIRECTORS: Chas. M. Cooke, P. C. Jones, O. H. Cooke, F. B. Damon, F. C. Atherton, F. W. Macfarlane, E. F. Bishop, E. D. Tennoy, J. A. McCandlcss, C. H. Ather ton, Geo. R. Carter. COMMERCIAL- AND SAVINGS DEPARTMENTS Strict attention given to al...

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

gg.wafclttiiJlMIMtfiriiliwiMflMMJiuiJUiiimai wimw iwi i m win wwwwi...w. 12 THE HONOLULU TIMES LEWERS & COOKE dr. augur ga$tle $ COOke LIMITED LIMITED. DEALERS IN LUMBER DOORS and SASH HARDWARE PAINTS and OILS MATTINGS WALL PAPERS P. 0. BOX 448 TEL. MAIN 20 - - WE ARE ALWAYS IN LINE FOR JUL AUftuSEjiSfcj i ' w i1 vi t ' r iir r BEROSTROM MUSIC CO. TEL. MAIN 321. Oh CT Sanford's For Finest Spectacies, Boston Building, 2nd floor. n h Dr. Moore same floor, next door. t Dr. Sinclair, Hotel Street. Miss Power's Hat Store, over May's. Manufacturers Shoe Co, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN : I I I Homoeopathic Practitioner 431 Beretanla Ave. MM MIL Furniture of All Descriptions Upholstering and Repairing v O V Bureaus, Chiffoniers, Sideboards, Box Couches, Mattresses, Etc. O i3 w 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 pe...

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