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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu times. — 1 December 1902

(f 1 V' ill the gardens and fields with tin cans and baths to make as much noise as possible something like the 'Augustinian Rag' on Marking day but it was all of no avail. And I feel it somewhat as a personal matter between myself and Mr. Locust, because I had spent several afternoons planting out seeds and tomato plants and watering the seeds and young plants, but now it seems that I simply watered them to make them grow for the locusts to eat. In parts they were so thick that by just hitting into the air with an ordinary sf'ck you could bring down three or four at each stroke. We also heard they were all the way from here to Umtali, twel.'e miles by road." St. Augustine's College Occasional Papers. Make all you can, give all you can. J. Wesley. A BRAVE BOY. When the cruiser Boston went into action in the battle of Manila Bay, one of the powder boys took off his coat hurriedly, and it went over the rail into the water. He turned to the nearest officer and asked permission to jump ...

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 December 1902

You are a stupid. Well, to resume : this "community" with which I There is the twitter of birds in my ear every minute as I write, and some of them feeding at my feet. The air is balmy and soothing and the earth is satisfied with the cool drink of yesterday. We arc most thankful, like Mother Earth, to have done, for another six months, with the brassy glare and heat of this tiresome, wearisome beach ! Let those have it who like it not I. We are of those who would dare to die tor Truth's sake. That "new road'' from Wailupe to Niu is pan, and looks like good work. We are now cut off the road, and our nearest neighbor, when resident for a brief time, one-eighth of a mile distant and inaccessible when, as now, the road is deep with mud. Our next neighbor is Niu, one long mile off. We shall not plead guilty of gossiping too much. Two line horses feeding in front of me. all the day, have twice washed one another's faces, vigorously neck and face for ten minutes. An old man, a laborer, who...

Publication Title: Honolulu Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu times. — 1 December 1902

Hawaii is just Hawaii. It will fit no other mold. t t$ (J IJecause Hawaii since the da)' of Annexation, and long before, has been subject to the influence of the Revolutionist in all legislation and outside of it, has been bothered by the rag-tag and the wicked hurrying in here to get in their deadly work, is that cogent reason why wc should not have help from the Federal Government? Hawaii is unique as a country and in all the relations of life. She cannot be measured or governed like Alaska or Arizona not even the State of Massachusetts or the District of Columbia. Hawaii she is and Hawaii she must remain if every Senator of our country were to make a visit here. I Jut with the needed help for Improvements and for Labor she will become one of the richest and most powerful of land. Tt is the work of our last Legislature the work of the Revolutionist cohort that has been the means of breaking up hundreds of good homes, and sending honest mechanics out of the country. Surely the Fede...

Publication Title: Honolulu Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu times. — 1 December 1902

pluck a posy for Grandma." Slang is contemptible be it used by clergy or laity! And now wc will say, finally, that wc like the word 'slang" no whit more than its fellow-companion, "pluck 1" Let us return to sweet English that "well of English undcfilcd" and stay by it. SOME- LESSONS OF CHAUTAUQUA ON THE SUBJECT OF CHRISTIAN UNITY. (By the Bishop of Tennessee.) (Continued from last number.) The times are indeed ripe for great changes in the ecclesiastical world. Our own opportunities for helping forward the better understanding and the surer union among Christian people are thronging upon us week by week, andyear by year. We may refuse them. We may be tempted to block the way and disregard the signs. Or we may, by God's grace, emphasize and encourage those real and essential principles for which the Anglican Communion stands, so that they shall become to all our people the great and true bonds of religious union and concord, in this day of the new birth and the new life of American p...

Publication Title: Honolulu Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu times. — 1 February 1903

The Honolulu Ti Vol. I. No. o. Kindly read the VI. Chapter oi St. Jolin's Gospel and then you will see. (Ed.) GOD. Thy Creator is thy Saviour, The God-man, Christ Jesus the Crucified ; He calls thee to eat and to drink. Thou wouldst doubt, question His ways, in thy pride, Nor accept the gifts of the Crucified. The great mystery for all time, God, hanging on the Cross, the Crucified ; Thou must bow thy knee to the Man Divine, Eat of that Bread and drink of that Wine, Or have not thv part, in the Crucified. God invites and never compels, But, it's a question of Heaven an 1 Hell ; "Come, eat of my Bread and drim: of my Wine," The open door, to life Divine; Anne M. Prescct I 0 TREMENDOUS FORCE. When we were minded to go V) town for a bit, we decided at once to leave our place so tidy that it would be a real comfort and rest to look in on it again, in the course of human events, when it became necessary. Having that end in view wc set to work with a happy spirit and with a few choice spi...

Publication Title: Honolulu Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu times. — 1 February 1903

upljc gjiTtuilttUt iutc FEBKUA11Y, ElllTOK A"l) I'llOI'll. Axxr. jr. 1'iinscoTT. 1003. Tlio SiiliHiTlptloii l'rlco H Tin ro Dollnii Iu)iililo m wtutncr All cumin iiuiuiitlims rurTHi: HoMii.ltLtt TiMrs must ho nildii'Hsril to tliu editor. I'.O. lln 1'orHiilc lit tlio Hawaiian Now Awncy, Mi-n-limit ht. "CHINK." There's a great man at the top, Of this Territory, Honey; A great man at the to;) , 1 Jut some are mat! as hop, "Cause, they can't spend the money ! Put, never miml 'bout Politics, You go on saving money; When everything's all fixed, 'Twill he a country, Honey! A whole truth will hear repeating, And 1 can see it now, Honey "As plain as way to parish church" That, it's wise, to plant some money. "You want to wear a decent shoe?" Don't bother for stile does, IIone ! You can go bare foot, you are rich Independence, follows Sir Money!! Then, you'll he the "maker of fashions." That will he a great daw Honey; Looking hack to these years, you'll say, "It was good, to save my money." O...

Publication Title: Honolulu Times, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu times. — 1 February 1903

of trade which white settlers require. Hotter, far hotter, a hundred small farms given free than one immense tract turned over to a cattle raiser at a nominal rental. The big cattle ranches kept California from getting ahead in population for a period of twenty-five years. Hut methods are things of detail ; the main thing is to put up the land in some reasonable way and give the American farmer a chance at it. This is what is coming and in it is a blessing for Hawaii which cannot be over-estimated. v c j January i, 1903, saw the first cable message between San Francisco and Honolulu. Tt is a memorable date. & I w Kamehameha always claimed that children should be educated to work as well as in their books. That if they were not taught 1.0 work with their hands while in school, they would not work after they left school, but the young men would think that they must be lawyers or something of the kind, and get their living by rascality if money should not come in fast enough to sui...

Publication Title: Honolulu Times, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu times. — 1 February 1903

WiJEKi.v Program mi:. Ships Visited Daily. Sunday Institute open at 2:0 p. m. 6 ). 111., Tea in Institute for all Seamen: 7 p. in., livening Service. Monday Open evening, writing letters, etc. Tuesday Game-, tournaments, 8 p. m. Wednesday To be arranged. Thursday Concert, S p. in. Friday Free evening. Saturday Social evening, 8 p. 111. : tea at 8 :30 p. 111. Refreshments any evening if desired 5c. Any furtlur information of the work will gladlv he given by Mi. Everton, at the Institute. 1 lours 9:30 to 12 a. in. : Cv.30 10 10 p. m. 523 St. I.tike li:10. x Will tin- person who leceives one of these k'ttuis pray earn- estl.v that od will alumilantl.v lihss the woik of the mission- it- ni'ies mid h.v Mis Divine (irate k' uiise ii)i moil to go mill pro- chilin the tidings of Christ's Ioe to those in tlaiknoss. I'iny -k that tliu chain of prayers may not he hioki'ii until 10(10 is reached anil the supply and -k desiie he fulfilled. I'lease write two (opies of his withoutt delay, putting ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu times. — 1 February 1903

THOUGHTS. By the Rev. Cyrus Meiulcnhall. REPENTANCE. Certainly all men everywhere need to repent; the best of us ilc. All religions teach the necessity a:u; importance of it. In Christiana v it is essential doctrine. It signifies not so many groan,, tears, and grieving as such, hut s practical, effecting restitution, amendment, and reformation. 't means "cease to do evil, learn to do well." Conviction should hz pungent, yet all connot pass through the same stages. To demand that each must say and feel, "I am the ch'cf of sinners," is irrational. The veiv expression teaches gradation. A chief implies some who are in t''e ranks, so to speak. Can a highly conscientious, moral man feel that he is as vile as one who has sunk to the lowest depths of depraviu ? A conscious integrity may he entertained with humility. While we arc not to think more highly of ourselves than we ought to think, surely it would be unwise to ruh to a discouraging distance in the opposite extreme. One cannot repen...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu times. — 1 February 1903

An American woman gladly hastens to pay this little tribute to a Clergyman, not waiting until he shall have gone to Paradise, before saying it ; or, until she shall be dead and unable to sav it. Yes, Mr. Roosevelt will be our next President, lie will be nominated and he will win. It is in the decrees. Tlie writer once heard the laic Phillips Brooks say in one of Ins sermons : "that we were not commanded to let every boor tramp across our commons." Neither are we commanded to allow any one to crowd us to the wall, and not to use the talents our Heavenly has been pleased to give to us whatever thev mav be. "Tlie curfew tolls the hnell of parting day, The lowing herd winds slowly o'er the lea: The ploughman homeward plods his weary way. And leaves the world to darkiis and to me." "Now fades the glimmering landscape on the sight, And all the air a solemn stillness holds Save, where the beetle wheels its (Ironing llights, And drowsv tinklings lull the distant fold." Thtre, is poetry as s...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu times. — 1 February 1903

ter meeting one of our Island gir's asked when she knew her sufficient ly, "Where did you learn English?" you speak it heauti fully. Where did you learn to wear clothes?" Now that senator ha:l direct knowledge of the islands hy correspondence and hy meeting island , and was very much interested in the Hawaiian question, then a very live issue in Congress. That President Roosevelt in spit : of the information supplied to him should not fully understand the situation here is neither to his discredit nor to the discredit of those who have striven to give him Jt is simply a matter of misunderstanding. Presidents a.e not infallible, whatever Popes may he. and they do not claim infallibility. They try to do their duU as all erring men try to do it, and sometime, like the rest of mankin i. they do not see things in the right light, and consequently go astray. One can easily understand what influenced President Roosevelt. Hj spent much time in Cuba during the Spanish campaign. Cuba is i. we...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu times. — 1 February 1903

' THE HONOLULU 1IMES. finitely preferable. His pests arc fewer in variety. There are fewer kinds of destructive insects an.! feathered and four-footed marauders and he has a better market. Moreover, if he can get enough other fanners on the land the pests he has will be more easily controlled. See how. A small farm is cleaned in the midst of a large area of wild growths where the worm an I bug pests breed. Vegetables are planted and the pests which have been living on weeds soon get a tast efor the better things. Ther: is something new for them in nature's menu. As the good word goes out the bugs of the district rally on the little patch of cabbages and turnips and cucumbers and the farmer must get busy in If be is a wise farmer he will consult the scientists of the U. S. Experiment Station or the Territorial bureau about remr.dies and.by applying a cure remove or lessen the ane. If his wisdom does not stop there he will do bis best to get other farmers to redeem adjoining tracts an...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu times. — 1 February 1903

.1 liglit wind so loudly as to awake the sleeper. lie sat upright and lowered h:s bare feet upon the pavement. Outside, the blue iirmanent was full of .stars, sparkling; unevenly, as though the wind was trying in sport to extinguish them. In the eaves of the porch he could hear the martins rustling in the crevices that they bad come hack, but a few days since, to warm again. Hut what drew the man to the entrance was the window in the cottage over the wall. The lattice was pushed back and the room inside was brightly lit. I itit a white sheet had been stretched right across the window between him and the lamp. An on this sheet two quick hands were waving all kinds of clever shadows, shaping them, moving them ami reshaping them with the speed of lightning. It was certainly a remarkable performance. The shadows took the form of rabbits, swans, foxes, elephants, fairies, sailors with wooden legs, old women who smoked pipes, ballet girls who twirling harlequins and the profiles of eminen...

Publication Title: Honolulu Times, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu times. — 1 February 1903

m "yuijgpn ..Ammmnmmmm!r'm"m 10 THE HONOLULU TIMES. That lives of great men all reward our study we have had dinned into our ears so persistently since infancy that we never dream of doubting the truth of the declaration. Nor slicuhl we. 15ut at the same time it would he well for us not to forget that the lives of small men contain juisl as many and as useful lessons, pust as many warning beacons, as those of the great. Besides, most of us, being humble and not great, come into close contact almost entirely with the small and ordinary, whom we can study at close quarters instead of through a telescope; whereas the latter is the only way in which we can study the great, who, like the gods of Olympus, live far removed from common mortal ken, and between whom and us, as we pace out our lives in the daily round, the common task, a great gulf is fixed. v5 5 Grape Juice is most beneficial when used about half and half with woter, without sugar. If you want it just for the good taste make ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu times. — 1 February 1903

MANUEL F. PETER Honolulu, H. I. & Prompt, Reliable, Certain . Messages called for and delivered Territorial Messenger Service vv. Dealers in. Tel. Main 3G1. MANUFACTURERS'.... SHOE f A Wholesale and liotfill Dealers in Boots and Shoes v 1051 FORT STREET P. O. Box 4G9. Honolulu, H. T. The Island James Stkineu - - - - Proprietor J & & The most complete collection of ISLAND CURIOS, NATIVE FANS, MATS, HATS, SHELLS, CORAL Souvenir Postal Cards and Photographs, Etc. HAWAIIAN STAMPS and COINS DIG Fort Street, Mclnerny Building, Honolulu, H. I. J 1 Co., Ltd Metropolitan Market, King St. WHOLESALE and RETAIL BUTCHERS Bish, Poultry, buffer nncl liggs UNION -...401 Judd FEED CO. F. W. Macfarlane Building.... B 8 3 E. R. BHTH, Plumber jjj Agents for THE DOUGLAS PA-8 $ TENT CLOSET, guaranteed. S a .1 nork under personal supervision ( 165 King St., l Opposite Young Building 8 Tel. Mala (51. 9 L. B. KERR & CO., LTD. wg 77 Teoples' Providers Tho Leading House for General Dry Goods, ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu times. — 1 February 1903

1 r agents ron to New England Mutual Life Insurance Co of Boston, Aetna Fire Insurance Co,. APiance Assurance Co. f he- Ejuggii Motel Mn. and Mns. Heine r'nors. Table Excellent jt and Board jt, Very Reasonable Jr!(!a?n Avenue, corner of Vineyard Street. H. P. WiCHMAN, Manufacturing1 Optician, Jeweler and Silversmith &nt j3 W Importers of.... diamonds, . AMERICAN and - SWISS WATCHES AKT JEWELUY.CUT GIASS o J v5 Honolulu, H. I. J. E. GOEAS Importer and Dealer In Fancy and Staple Groceries Good Delivered to any Part of the city 4 Ccr. Beretanla and Emma Streets, Honolulu, H. I. HONOLULU TOBACCO CO., LIMITED C t 5 Importers, Wholesale and Jlelail Dealers in Choice Cigars, Tobacco, . Pipes and Smokers' Articles Corner Fort and Hotel Streets. THE HONOLULU TIMES. Castle & Cooke, Hawaiian Hardware Go,, Ltd. LIMITED General Agent for PERFECT RICE PLOW 'J2 r K p to -1 o V. agents ron Havj,an y V()lor Sa(g & Lock Co., Ideal Ready Mixed Paints. agents ron palsySt(veS)TheSleelAer. mo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu times. — 1 April 1903

M pn.n nqyj. H'77 The Honolulu Times Tnan No. 7. officers answered. "Nev:r spake like tliis main"- Ta.lk about Shakespeare's knowledge of htimar. nature! And then tell me if there is any point the Bible does not take connisanee of, and speak about: "Our soul is-exceedingly filled with the scorning of those that are at case, and with the contempt of the proud." "But because ve did eat of the loaves and were filled." "Go tell that fox," etc., etc. The Commissioner of Internal Revenue pays a high compliment in his annual renprt to the federal authorities in Hawaii. Hawaii is the only state or territory that gets particular mention in the report. The commissioner says: "Violations of the internal revenue laws in the Hawaiian Islands have been looked after closely. The courts there have shown a disposition to see that the Federal laws relating to internal revenue are properly enforced and to punish infractions. Reports show that illicit distilling is rapidly decreasing in the islands." H...

Publication Title: Honolulu Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu times. — 1 April 1903

V lje gjmttfhtht im APKIL Eiirrou and Puoi'ii. Axxr, jr. l'itr.scorr. 1!)03, Tho l'rlwi H Tlui'u Dulliim payalilu in mlrauve AlU'iiiiiiiiuiiiviitiiiiiiriirTiu:lloNi)f.uM;Ti3ii:s niiiMt Imi ailiiivscd to tin) tilltnr. I'.O. llux 7'J'2; l'ir milii itt tlm Hawaiian XowM AKi'iii'y, Muruhiint SI. King- Edward VII. since coming to the. throne has done nothing but good for his people and for the world. . w . Every act lias been that of a large-minded conscientious man. I le has indeed followed in the footsteps of his mother, the late lamented Oueen of ever blessed memory. "The devil is never so black as he is painted." Humph ! we arc not prepared exactly to accept that proposition. It is true we have never had much to do in our life with his satanic majesty; but, on one or two occasions we have been privileged to sec his hoofs as he lied in the distance at our suspected anathemas, and we could but fancy (and no fancy) that the whole figure would be quite dark, as dark as Erebus. Doubtless,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu times. — 1 April 1903

You can get nothing but ripe limes on the Coast now, and they all come from Mexico. They arc in constant demand. There is a class of trade that takes the lime in preference to the lemon, that must have it. More than that, we will have a demand for the fruit from the steamers that pass here. They all limes, all the time. .expect to get a fair crop lir twelve acres, tins year. fear we will get an enormous The lime tree bears all the time. There are flowers, green fruit and ripe fruit on the same tree, once it gets to work, and the tree will produce from 200 to 1,000 in the season. We are the first in the field here. To be sure, a few limes are grown on Maui but it does not make a great deal of difference. The market for limes is one lint can never be overstocked. No; it is not necessary to irrigate the trees. There is plenty of rain in the hills, where we are, and lots of land to be had as good as ours. "There are no pests to attack the trees, either. We had cut-worms in our pineapple...

Publication Title: Honolulu Times, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu times. — 1 April 1903

lege, Journalists, skilful Artisans, Inventors (not of patent medicine), discoverers, the savant in science and in surgery, the keen theologian, the poet, the painter and the sculptor; we rejoice that he does not how down and worship the "golden calf," hut loves money for the good it can and will do. Let us have a long term of Roosevelt. Out. s v Brave, clever Dr. Milburn, the blind chaplain ! What a pity that he was not able to keep an by his side through all the ycai.s of his chaplaincy, first of the House and later of the Senate. What a splendid literary output it would have been of wit and wisdom. What has he not heard of interest, in all those eventful years of life, at the Capitol ! We feel sure that Mrs. Hearst, who is a friend, would willingly have defrayed the expense rather than to know the loss. ? 3? vT There is a thread of scarlet running through all the English cordage ! 4 WASHI NGTON'S POLITICAL CREED. "Washington believed that the safety and prosperity of the state de...

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