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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu times. — 1 July 1910

E. W. QUINN PLUMBER 214 Borotania St. THE Phone 444 IB! KM: jujltmr'i Voice TALKING MACHINES Fort Street : : : Honolulu A LIVE TALKER Telephone Main 321 It.B.pi$&GO.,IiTD. 1 S3 The People's Providers The Leading House for General Dry Goods, House Furnishings, Dresses, Millinery, Etc. Etc. AGENTS FOR Walk-Over Sorosis Shoes EMMELUTH & CO., LTD, Superior Stoves and Ranges, Sheet Metal Work, Plumbing Good. Estimates given and Contracts undertaken in our line. JOBBING A SPECIALTY. Tel. 211 - - - 145 King Street THE HONOLULU TIMES HE IK OF HI, LTD. Incorporated under the Laws of the Territory of Hawaii Paid Capital J600.000.00 Surplus 400,000.00 Undivided Profits 121,372.62 OFFICERS: C. H. Cooko President E. D. Tonnoy Vice-President A. Lewis, Jr Vico-President F. B. Damon Cashier G. G. Fuller Assistant Cashier R. MeCorriston Assistant Cashlor F. C. Atherton Secretary 55. K. Meyers Auditor DIRECTORS: C. H. Cooko, F. B. Damon, F. C. Atherton, F. W. Macfarlano, E. F. Bishop, E. D. T...

Publication Title: Honolulu Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu times. — 1 July 1910

12 1051 FORT STREET F. O. Box 401 Tel. Main 112 HONOLULU, T. H. THE HONOLULU TIMES LEWERS & . COOKE glaus spreckels & go., ga$tle $ gOOke 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 PIANOS BERQSTROM MUSIC CO. TEL. MAIN 321. Oh CT t H H Sanford's For Finest Spectacles, Boston Building, 2nd floor. t2& 5 5 Dr. Moore same floor, next door. H Dr. Sinclair, Hotel Street. Miss Power's Hat Store, over May's. Manufacturers Shoe Go. wholesale and retail dealers in : : : : BOOTS AND SHOES BANKERRS Draw Exchanges on the Principal Parts of the World and Transact a General Banking Business, fetnmi Furniture of All Descriptions Upholstering and Repairing $ jfi ? Bureaus, Chiffoniers, Sideboards, Box Couches, Mattresses, Etc. J jf Young Building Tel. White 971. HAWAII MEAT CO., Ltd. GILBERT J. WALLER, Manager. WHOLESALE BUTCHERS and PROVISION DEALERS Dealers in Hides and Skins and Manufac...

Publication Title: Honolulu Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu times. — 1 August 1910

rr f jim T" rw UAJ. . A .,1-. Fv.'aaual Library Ucjit. The Honolulu Times " ryql)fe3TIsr)ess Bxerlfeft) a afiSi)." Vol. VIII. No. 1). "And this is the record, that God hath given to us eternal life; and this life is in his Son." I. John v:ii. 5 v 5 Forbear, strong heart, forbear; Let not the arrow dart Which wounds the trusting heart; Forbear, strong heart, forbear. Forgive, dear heart, forgive; Let not the tide of strife Mar thy sweet inner life; Forgive, dear heart, forgive. Face upward to the stars ; Let Love heal all thy scars ; Face upward to the stars; Forget, true heart, forget. Lilliam Bradford Dickson. t i2 7 One turns gladly to the vision of the Christ. Of the infinite love that lived for men. The infinite sympathy that throbs like a living heart for us. That is daily wounded for our transgressions. That counts our sighs and measures our tears. The face which no artist has ever limned; no sculptor ever graven. The face of the God-Man. The God who loved us, who suffered for...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu times. — 1 August 1910

THRIFT TO BE SCHOOL STUDY. Boston, Mass., June 15. "Thrift" is the new keynote of the Woman's Auxiliary of the Massachusetts Insurance Saving League. Members are being encouraged to the study of saving, and school superintendents propose to make the subject one of the branches of study. iv t5 5 George Beckley comes from a distinguished line of ancestors and on both his father's and mother's side was a descendent of Liloa, the first King of Hawaii. He was a great-grandson of one of the warrior princes who taught Kamehameha the art of war and whose effigy is to be seen upon the Hawaiian coat-of-arms. He was also the grandson of Capt. George Beckley, firs tcommander of the original Honolulu fort and designer of the Hawaiian flag. He was married to Miss Mary Risely in 1875, their wedding being one of the leading social events of that season. W W 17 Y. M. C. A. In its social and religious activities the Association is aggressive. Its religious work is necessarily adapted to the condition...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu times. — 1 August 1910

"THE QUEEN'S GIFT." By Rose Hartwick Thorpe. Where English daisies blossom And English robins sing, Where all the land was fragrant Beneath the feet of Spring, Two little sisters wandered Together, hand in hand, Along the dusty highway, Their bare feet soiled and tannned. 'Twas not a childish sorrow That filled their eyes with tears, Their little hearts were burdened With grief beyond their years. The bright-eyed daisies blossomed In valley and in glen ; The robins sang their sweetest Spring smiled but not for them Beneath the trees of Whitehall, Within their shadow brown; From the royal palace The Queen came walking down. She saw the children standing Together, side by side, And, gazing down with pity, She asked them why they cried. "Dear lady," said the eldest, "My little sister Bess And I have come together A hundred miles, I guess. "Sometimes the roads were dusty, And sometimes they were green, We're very tired and hungry We want to see the Queen. "For mother's sick, dear lady, ...

Publication Title: Honolulu Times, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu times. — 1 August 1910

THE HONOLULU TIMES Elite Building, Room 2. AUGUST, ANNE M. PRESCOTT, Editor and Proprietor. 1910 no true peace in the family or in the nation; and, lacking peace, ruin ensues. That is logic. An intemperate one is unsound, lacks balance, and so, cannot reason cannot make a Judge, for instance of an intemperate man. We all know what these things mean. So, it is so far, a very warm season, and only July. Bishop Willis is fifty years in orders today. It must be a very quiet life at Tonga. But it was quiet here, too, on his arrival; all was in a narrow compass at that time "June, 1872." Honolulu was then indeed a country village. But it must be something more than dull in Nukualofa, Tonga. It will not be dull on with the Young Cafe and its music, and Manager Cohen and his new theater. It is a nice little theater, not so very small, and certainly has an excellent locality, with good surroundings to keep it a first-class theater. There will always be the Y. M. C. A. and the Young Hotel, wi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu times. — 1 August 1910

'jr'tjtsw It: ! THE HONOLULU TIMES XI VH all like for its comfort and coolness, like to walk up and down the wide walk, with the beautiful bit of green opposite, delight to look in at the curios, at the flowers, the furniture, the cable office, all are attractions after the morning coffee at the Cafe; and every day some new thing to notice and comment upon. It is one of the finest blocks in the whole city. Many of the streets have their peculiar attractions for strangers, that seem so tame to us; the Oriental blocks always claim more or less attention, even where not too tidy. Because, to many, they are entirely uncommon; the Japanese and Chinese shops often fascinate, if one has not visited those countries. i5 J 5 The late Admiral Beckley was an earnest, loyal promoter of Hawaii, his beloved home, and was very much in the heart of his race that sorrows for his taking off, in the prime of life, for Mr. Beckley looked to have many years of active life yet before him. He was genial al...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu times. — 1 August 1910

at that time President of the United States. When told that Mr. Davis was not then and had never been President of the United States, she said with manifest surprise: "Then we'uns in these parts is bad fooled, lemme tell you." v tV v Philadelphia, Pa., June IS. "We have reached a point where it is evident that the future holds in store a time when wars shall cease; when the nations of the world shall realize a federation as real and vital as that now subsisting 'between the component parts of a single state; when by deliberate international conjunction the strong shall universally help the weak, and when the corporate righteousness of the world shall compel unrighteousness to disappear and shall destroy the habitations of cruelty still lingering in the dark places of the earth. This is 'the spirit of the whole wide world brooding on things to come.' That day will be the millennium', of course; but in some sense and degree it will surely be realized in this dispensation of mortal tim...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu times. — 1 August 1910

$ States, recently celebrated her ninety-first birthday at her home on eBacon street. Congratulations and good wishes expressing the hope that she will pass the century mark, flowed in from all parts of the land and gave evidence of the esteem and erverence in which this venerable author, virile poetess and loyal patriot is held. Surrounded as she is by her children and her grandchildren, the event drew attention to one more hour in the restful evening she is passing of her long career of good deeedes, that were not for her family or sex alone, but for the whole world, which has been the beneficiary of her endeavors. Although always a day to be marked out on the calendar, especially by the literary world, her birthday this year was made more picturesque by the fact that a portrait of her by her son-in-law, John Elliott, was hung in the New Art Museum in Boston. Mrs. Howe, whose mind is almost as bright and clear as when she was many years younger, showed much delight over the painti...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu times. — 1 August 1910

A !i I'K '; N Lft SJSSKSasaWSHKiacs:.'? to carry our race onward toward a nobler social ideal. I say to all whom I love and who are in danger of becoming wealthy, 'Do not, oh ! do not, be too fashionable.' " w i5 O" A home for those who have withdrawn from the activities of life and care no longer to plan for public affairs or take a leading interest in things in general, but who wish to spend their remaining years in quiet and peace and comfort is no longer a home to be dreamed of or talked of but it is now in Honolulu one in reality. The King's Daughters' Circle, of which Mrs. W L. Hopper is the president, has undertaken "In His Name," to establish this home. They see the great need of such a place where these dear ones who have borne the brunt and heat of the day, who have toiled faithfully and long and lovingly all through their lives to make the world better, who have sacrificed so much in order to uplift humanity should be tenderly and lovingly cared for the remaining years of...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu times. — 1 August 1910

Own History Forgotten. "It is unfortunate that the natives are more ignorant of the habits and customs of their own people than the Americans who have settled there. Research by the leaders and teachers among the settlers has brought to light the interesting fact that the made cloth out of the barks of trees and dyed it with vegetable colors, and that they were well versed in the medicinal properties of herbs." The picture Mrs. Frear drew of the deposed Queen Liliuokalani receiving her former subjects during the receptions she holds now, was a pretty one. "The people are devoted to the Queen, who, whatever she has been deprived of through the United States government, has lost none of her regal bearing and charm of manner," said Mrs. Frear. "She receives now, on the wide veranda of her home, in a rocking chair placed between two great poles surmounted by brilliant feathers, the symbols of yet in the eyes of her people the rocking chair partakes of all the grandeur of a throne. The v...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu times. — 1 August 1910

10 ticular day, its street seemed to be paved with gold, and at least one gateway to be made of pearl. I have made many mistakes in my life, but did not do so on that day, and all the romantic dreams of youth, "the reveries of a bachelor," have fallen far short of the solid happiness of real life. True, life has not always been easy for us, and we have not been exempt from our share of trials and sorrows, but a gracious Providence has brought us safely through all, and we can say "Thus far the Lord hath helped us." Besides love helps us "to bear all things," "it never but will be as immortal as the soul itself. We would be ungrateful indeed not to adore the wonderful goodness and mercy which have attended us all our lives, which has led us by ways that we know not, and has cast our lot in such pleasant places, among true and tried friends. "Time has touched us gently, Humble voyagers we, O'er Life's dim, unsounded sea." But as Longfellow wrote: "The night hath not yet come; we are n...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu times. — 1 August 1910

t 'V E. W. QUINN PLUMBER 214 Berotania St. Phono 444 THE BUI 11 I TALKING MACHINES Fort Street : : : Honolulu A LIVE TALKER Telephone Main 321 L.B.ptW&GO.,IiTD. w P in J us 2 The People's Providers The Leading House for General Dry Goods, House Furnishings, Dresses, Millinery, Etc. Etc AGENTS FOR Walk-Over Sorosis Shoes LB.KEflH&CO.,LTD. Telephone Main 274 EMMELUTH & CO., LTD, Superior Stoves and Ranges, Shoot Motal Work, Plumbing Goods. Estimates given and Contracts undertaken in our lino. JOBBING A SPECIALTY. Tel. 211 - 145 King Street THE HONOLULU TIMES I IK Of HI, LID. Incorporated under the Laws of the Territory of Hawaii Paid Capital $800,000.00 Surplus 400,000.00 Undivided Profits 121,372.62 OFFICERS: C. H. Cooko Prosidont E. D. Tenney Vice-President A. Lewis, Jr Vice-President P. B. Damon Cashier O. G. Fuller Assistant Cashier R. McCorriston Assistant Cashier F. C. Athcrton Secretary Z. K. Meyers Auditor DIRECTORS: C. H. Cooke, F. B. Damon, F. O. F. W. Macfarlane...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu times. — 1 August 1910

iiiitijwt)XjiWgfrwimW iumwiwum 12 THE HONOLULU TIMES LEWERS & COOKE TDb Bank of Honolulu a$tle $ (ftoRe 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 BEROSTROM MUSIC 00. TEL. MAIN 321. Oh CT Sanford's For Finest Spectacles, Boston Building, 2nd floor. W 0 0& Dr. Moore same floor, next door. K Dr. Sinclair, Hotel Street. Miss Power's Hat Store, over May's. Manufacturers Shoe Go. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN : : : : BANKERS Draw Exchanges on the Principal Parts of the World and Transact a General Banking Business, lift til. Furniture of All Descriptions Upholstering and Repairing W V O Bureaus, Chiffoniers, Sideboards, Box Couches, Mattresses, Etc. J it tjm Young Building Tel. White 871. HAWAII MEAT CO., Ltd. GILBERT J. WALLER, Manager. WHOLESALE BUTCHERS and PROVISION DEALERS Dealers in Hides and Skins and Manufacturers of Leather. Slaughterhouse and Tannery at Kalihi. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu times. — 1 October 1910

"Look not every man on hW own things, but every man also on the things of others." Philippians ii :4. t w O' A little girl, when her father's table was honored with an esteemed guest, began talking very earnestly at the first pause of the conversation. Her father checked her very sharply, saying: "Why is it that you talk so much?" " 'Tause I've dot some-sin' to say," was the innocent reply of the little one. tv o o THE OPTOMIST. There was a man who smiled Because the day was bright; Because he slept at night; Because God gave him sight To gaze upon his child ! Because his little one Could leap and laugh and run; Because the distant sun Smiled on the earth, he smiled. He toiled and still was glad Because the air was free; Because he loved, and she That claimed his love and he Shared all the joys they had! Because the grasses grew; Because the sweet wind blew; Because that he could hew And hammer, he was glad. S. E. Kiser. v O (5 For thirty years more or less prominently identified wi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu times. — 1 October 1910

fore that such a place as grand as Hawaii existed. I was able through the kindness of the Japanese Consul-General to see a good deal of this island yesterday during my brief visit, and I can truthfully say that I was more than pleased to see a place where agriculture was one of the first things considered. "I think that Hawaii has a great future, and my advice is to stick to the products that can be raised from the soil instead of going for stocks and bonds as they do on the mainland. I don't mean not to go in for safe and sound investments, but I do mean not to depend entirely on stocks for a means of making money. "Regarding the question of the chances of going to war with my country, I can honestly say that Japan has nothing but the kindest and most friendly feelings toward the United States. The yellow journals in Japan and America are always trying to start a war with the United tSates, but as far as I know that will be something that will never happen. "Japan has always regard...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu times. — 1 October 1910

workers on this committee, they to be appointed later on. The boys of the city to form this organization will be formed into what are called patrols, each patrol to consist of eight boys and a leader. Several patrols will consist a troop. One of these troops will be formed in the Y. M. C. A., or of Y. M. C. A. boys ; and the others will be made up in the different district of which Honolulu is composed, of boys who arc not members of the ,Y M. C. A. In their work of perfecting this organization the committee feels itself very fortunate in having the assistance of several gentlemen who are familiar with the Scout movement elsewhere. Among them is a gentleman of Aberdeen, Scotland, and another of Australia. The committee invites the cooperation and assistance of any other gentlemen in the city who have experience in the work. There should be quite a few here whose services would be very valuable, as the Boys' Scout movement in Great Britain now numbers 400,000 members, while it has sp...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu times. — 1 October 1910

THE HONOLULU TIMES BUte Building, Room 8. ANNE M. PRESCOTT, Editor and Proprietor. OCTOBER, 1910 prominent movement in these Islands and to win the finest kind of a record a truly legion of honor for the boys. It is a noble thing for a boy to do good and to be an honest-hearted boy in helping others on. A boy, or a girl for that matter, can really put new life and zest into the little circle about them, by showing self-sacrifice and real earnest sincerity. A boy or a girl, only one, can often wield a great influence and in a quiet way, too, can fairly come to shake an entire street fromi its inertness by shaping in a way their daily chums or school-mates. We believe the boy scouts will do a marked work for good. It is a splendid fad. If one would be enthusiastic as to the movement here, then read what it has done in other cities. Honolulu will be as successful in the work. O (5 THAT PINEAPPLE PIE. We can but think (not only on real reflection, but on eating), that the pastry cook of...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu times. — 1 October 1910

ter. It is a dish fit for a queen or a peasant. We need not speak of the Manager of the Cafe, for every frequenter has not enough to say in his praise; he is so gentle and so much liked by all; the children like to gather about him because he thinks them, as well as the flowers and plants, worth his particular attention and wants them to be happy at the table. When Mr. Cohen had the little boys and girls here, they took their meals always at the Cafe, and the Manager looked specially after their likes and dislikes and called them his children. He took delight in pleasing them, for off the stage they were quite like other little children. There are people you know that cannot seem to adapt themselves to children, and children are shy of them well-meaning people, too. We must not complain, but is not this very warm season? And the quicksilver says that it really is. iv &ft HAWAII. O, happy Honolulu, Where other place like thee? The green hills all about the town, About thy feet, t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu times. — 1 October 1910

feet and bring much to pass for the public good. We wish all such might be retained and less of politics be brought to pass by any changes. It is sad and surprising that a good public servant is not without hesitation at once re-elected. But, alas! this is not too often the case, and an untried uncertainty steps into a faithful man's place. It does really seem as if it would almost discourage one from trying his best were it not that an honest man is always impelled by his conscience t odo the very best he can, whatever the results. The schools are brim full of pupils and many are waiting, so we are told. Punahou, St. Louis, and some of the others admit there is literally "only standing room," so to speak. It is a good sign anyway, this seeking after knowledge by the many nationalities existing in Honolulu. They look to us a happy crowd this week, eager to begin the year's work and willing to throw off the vacation. To many of the poorer classes school is a blessed place, and they s...

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