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

1 for the Bureau of Statistics at Washington. A copy of Mr. Thrum's detailed table upon the subject is attached hereto and marked "Table B." For many years prior to annexation, men of various nationalities lived here under the monarchy and afterwards the Hawaiian Republic, devoting intelligence, energy and the development of local re- s, of which the production of was and is the most Thesc men attached them selves to the soil, and made their homes in these Islands. They paid a large proportion of the taxes; they started and carried to success great and hazardous enterprises. Their property was and is as muci entitled to protection as is the property of any one resident within these Islands, and, so far as the business interests of this Territorv Jire concerned, they are the best qualified to speak, and should have the foremost right to do. AGE OF FIRMS. It might be proper herein to state that the Honolulu firms who have principally to do with the sugar industry here have been establ...

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 April 1903

io RAPHAEL TUCK & SONS, Ltd. Yoi I;. Publisheis bj Appointment to Tlicir Majesties "The Kiiiff and Queen Alexandra." C vS S "Little Aitisls'" Seiics. Beautiful Dinning Books. ra.) HONOLULU DAIRYMEN'S ASSOCIATION. LTD. MILK, CREAM, BUTTER omen and nr.For Sliorlclan SI... olfKing Telephone White 241 J. E. TAYLOR nanager Beciuliful Goods Always on Hand MRS. C. L DICKERSON, ARTISTIC MILLINERY 1181 Alakea Strlet, Near Beretama Ave. Colouied Drawing Cinjons "RAPHAEL" Made hi Tinnce. t? t v7 Tindo Mail..: "Palis I? Depossc." These unjons are supeib in color ami substance. (Ed.) W. H. PALING & CO.. Ltd. 338 Geoigo St., Sidney. Music . and . Musical . Instalments . of eeij . soit. Catalogues sent Post Piee on application. Beij thing of the choicest. OriQtal Bazaar Importers and Dealers in all kinds of Silk and Linen Embroidery Rich Silk Goods, Curios China, Satsuma and Cloisonne Wares Shipments leccived by every steamor. t& Bef oi o cohiff elsowheie give us a can una &oieci y...

Publication Title: Honolulu Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu times. — 1 April 1903

& MATTIIEWMAN, . . Rooms GOO nml (507 StniiKL'iiwnlil Building. .MfO HOE HONOLULU, T. II. MANUFACTURERS'.... ...401 Judd Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Dots and Shoes & & y 1051 FORT STREET P. O. Box 4C9. Honolulu, H. T. Sua Gurio Store Jami:s Stmxiik - - - - Proprietor The rao&t completo collection of ISLAND CURIOS, NATIVE FANS, MATS, HATS,' SHELLS, CORAL Souvenir Postal Cards mid Photographs, Etc. v & . HAWAIIAN STAMPS and COINS 016 Fort Street, McTtiei'iiy Building, Honolulu, H. I. Metropolitan Meat Co., Ltd. Metropolitan Market, King St. WHOLESALE and RETAIL BUTCHERS Dealers in. vS tsh, Poultry, . Butter ciixl Izgcjs UNION FEED 00 Building, THE HONOLULU TIMES. Castle & Cooke, LIMITED New Entfand Mutual Life Insurance Co of Boston, ff Aetna Fire Insurance Co,. Alliance Assurance Co. L. B. KERR & CO., LTD. The Teoples' Providers The Loading House for General Dry Goods, House Furnishings, Dresses, Millinery, Etc., Etc. - aouxth rou Principal Makers of S...

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

AUcW 12 THE HONOLULU TIMES. spooo'Jtxjf Hawaiian Hardware Co,, Ltd. General Agents for !j Plumber PERFECT RICE PLOW n 5 w S Agents for THE DOUGLAS PA 1 TENT CLOSET, guaranteed. i 2 i All irork under penonal supervision S t 165 King St., i Opposito Young Building & 53 3 Tel. Main 61. iihcoooDQoijnf " - ; the Quggii Motel Mr. and Mrs. Heine Props Table Excel lent & and Board ji Very Reasonable JVuMfUitt dmiie, corner of Vineyard Street. H. r. WICHMAN, Manufacturing' Optician, Jeweler and Silversmith c 3 Importers of.... diamonds, ,. AMERICAN nml SWISS WATCHES AIIT OUVELISY.CUT GLASS 7 tW l& " Honolulu, H. I. J. E. GOEAS Importer and Dealer in Fancy and Staple Groceries Goods Delivered to any Part of the city Cor. Beretania and Emma Streets, Honolulu, H. I. HONOLULU TOBACCO CO., LIMITED &&& Importers, Wholesale and llelail Dealers in Choice Cigars,Tobacco, Pipes and Smokers' Articles Corner Fort and Hotel Streets. SO o co 4 T"" E. 0. HALL & LIMITED KJQfi 1'....

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

f )V ZB tin The Honolulu Times Vol. I. No. 9. HAWAIIAN ISLANDS. Letiii rcadjjH nei ; JatHf 1 WBP then, my dearly-beloved !'of one mind aiid of one our House of Hawaii lull together for its last- -a strong pull and a long pull and a pull all together, and then we shall prosper, for Almighty God never fails to do His part where men, and that ever includes woman, work with and for a righteous cause. Work for to-day and crowd it full of good thoughts and good works can but follow. Never mind about yesterday ; that is gone with its success or its tailure gone into eternity. Don't think of to-morrow ; it may never dawn for you. Only think of today, its needs, its possibilities. Help this very country you are in to-day; help it by kind, gentle words of hope and love. Don't grumble and find fault and predict evil, or wish for evil to come from any point of view whatever. It is wicked and condemns you as an evil speaker and an evil liver, a harm in your own community. That is a dreadful thin...

Publication Title: Honolulu Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu times. — 1 June 1903

JUNE Ijc gjjttttfluht (Siwgg ANNE M. P11ESCOTT, 1903 Editor find Projir. Tho Subscription Price N Tlitvo Dollars yearly, pnynblo i'ii mhancr All comniuiiiciitlons fur Thk Honolulu Times must bo addressed to tlio ulltor. P.O. Box 122. N.B. Nine months old and can walk all over the townl In Boston the cart is not allowed to wet the crossings. It is fortunate that we have a Governor who can be depended upon to eliminate the wild-cat schemer. J j j The greatest minds are always, like children, unworldly and unsuspicious trustful and guileless. They do not look for duplicity or evil. "Advertising is something lik? religion, Jimmy there are a good many fakes, but they don't last long, so the longer a firm advertises the more you can depend on their goods." & & & Accordingly he asks an appropriation of $110,264 for the White House for the coming year, instead of $35,000, which was the appropriation for the present year. It might be said that as the costs of keeping the house in...

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

doors open all clay. I have seen snow far off. I saw it on on the Island of Maui when I was up at Maunaolu Seminary. The studies I like best are language and arithmetic. The trees we have here are mango, papaia, cocoanut, orange, kukui, mountain apple, rose apple, koa, kou, kamani, guava, bamboo, hau, monkeypod, kauwila, tamarind, vi and alligator pear." M. C. "I. .ammcn jharmcd with Honolulu, so farJKr. Sargent continued. "I have onJpcen here a few hours, but Ijjijtee found it a most delightful place; I have met a number of your business men today, and shall meet many more, I hope. I do not know that I shall make my headquarters at the Custom House, or anywhere. I shall be here, there and everywhere. There is much to be seen here, and I shall probably find my time pretty thoroughly occupied." "Undoubtedly the district of Wai-mea, on the Island of Hawaii, is one of the most healthy spots of the entire Territory. On the 2d day of December, 1829, it was visited by a deputation of the ...

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

President Roosevelt on the speakers' stand and shared with him the plaudits of the crowds. Addresses were made by Roosevelt, Cleveland and prominent guests and officials. The benediction was pronounced by Bishop Potter of New York. ROME, Italy, April 30. King Edward took his departure after his brief visit with King Victor Emmanuel. The leave-taking of the sovereigns was notable for the marked courtesies exchanged, King Edward bestowing a kiss upon Emmanuel at their final interview. Among the powers of the world the United States has the greatest total wealth and the smallest debt. Chicago Inter-Ocean. "It is therefore necessary that we should act together. We cannot hope to be admitted into the Union by abusing each other, for, if we cannot find any good in ourselves, it will be difficult for the citizens of other portions of the country to find il. We must build up our local government and improve our surroundings by showing to the world that we possess eminent fitness to become a...

Publication Title: Honolulu Times, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu times. — 1 June 1903

Lord Chesterfield had always professed great friendship for Johnson, the author of that remarkable classic "Rasselas", and had gone so far as to tell him that he might depend upon him at any time of need as a true friend and admirer. That time came to poor Johnson, when he sought out the man and waited in Milordship's vestibule, in vain, for an interview. When the author had become famous and prosperous after putting out hisjDictionary, that gentleman who tfa&inlicritcii position and power, seru word to Johnson that he would"'likc to do him some kindness. In Johnson's reply to Lord Chesterfield we have the sharpest rebuke in the English language, if I may except one other: that of little Em'ly's grandfather to Steer forth's mother, in "David Copper-field." It ends with, "when you and I shall be alike before our God." "One day walking about in Florence, a poor old flower-woman offered to a gentleman in front of us, her basket of most fragrant and delightful blossoms; but, he turn...

Publication Title: Honolulu Times, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu times. — 1 June 1903

LE BON CHEF. By Anne M. Prcscott l'ART i. The old Chef had always, since his sorrow, had a desire to get back to the neighborhood of his boyhood's life, close to the foot-hills of the mountains of the sunny south to buy a little vineyard and farming land and to make bread for the country-side. To found a home and a business to transmit to Jacques, whenever his work should be over was his aim. He was a man of exceptionally fine parts this rare and brave old Chef. When he had found a spot to suit him, started his ovens and opened the doors of the pretty boutique he thought the time was ripe to bring his son a lad of now eighteen years, to be his apprentice, and a helper in his daily toil his young friend and confidante. And a joy he proved to that fond father's lonely life. He now came into that old Chef's life from morning to night, as a strain of sweetest music. With energy and happy spirit he helped to make the place indeed blossom with color and with life. The cows, the dogs, the ...

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

and telling Jacques he had come to . spend the evening with him and , ' must have a cup of tea ; and so he roused Jacques and talked to him of his own early life and Jacques promised to open the shop again and to keep the boy to help him. The Cure came in often to see him and would light his pipe and make himself at home, and the hum of busy industry went on again about the place. As time went on Jaques began in lesiure moments to studv the roads and routes of his country and to think how much he - would like to see the capital, Paris. He had no definite plan at all, but thought if he could any time get away for ten days it would be there he would try to reach. He would like to see the queen city of the world his own Paris, and why couldn't he? But of one thing he was sure : that he would be content to live and die in the home his father had given him. Nor would he ever part with that.. It was -i piece of his father's love for him and should ever be held sacred, as perhaps a heritag...

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

8 have been indeed a furious pest, almost unbearable. There are too many pools and salt-marshes about here, too much stagnant water for health, while the sea modifies it in a measure. The coldest February and March we have known in Hawaii indeed, no other year at all like it. ? ? C Well, you know, my dear, what the old master at home said : "That the school was made for the children and not for the teacher!" vJ ( ii "You have told the class that many times?" "Yes; but what have they told you 1" HONOLULU TEMPERATURE FOR 1902. Observation taken at 50 feet fibove sea level. Maximum, 90; ?lmimutn, 53; Average, 73.87. The most equable climate in the HONOLULU RAINFALL FOR SIXTEEN YEARS. Ficm W. R. Castle's rain guage, elevation 50 feet : Average for 16 years, 29.1 1 inches. Maximum, 49.82. Minimum, 13.46 inches. THE ABOVE FIGURES unfold the whole country from garret to cellar all its possibilities, all its hidden mines of wealth. Here it is on one half-sheet of paper ; they should be sown...

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

1 I ?' Toll 138 J. A. MORGAN, ...Practical Horse Shoer... Territorial Building KING STREET Opp. Katralahao Church. Saxons, be swamped by the asked the through passenger. "There you are," I said, driving headlong into one of the problems which irritate our skins and drives us scratching. Don't you remember the story of the Indian who was caught in his canoe in the rapids? He put up his paddle, folded his arms and while he drifted down the stream, sung a beautiful song, with xin abiding confidence that the Great Spirit would help him to shoot the rapids. We will imitate the Indian. After all, we are gambling with the future. The different races here are drawing out cards from the hands of fate. Which will take the aces? The native draws only the deuces." "Will the Anglo-Saxon hold his own ?" asked the through passenger. "Any effort to predict the future !s idle," I said. "We have here all sorts of crude ideas about the evolution of the alien races here. That is one of the problems. It...

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 June 1903

IO RAPHAEL TUCK & SONS, Ltd. London-Paris-New York. Publishers by Appointment to Their Majesties "The King and Queen Alexandra." w to to "Little Artists'" Scries. Beautiful Drawing Books. (Ed.) HONOLULU DAIRYMEN'S ASSOCIATION, LTD. MILK, OEEAM, BUTTER : OFFICE AND DEPOT: Sheridan St., off King Telephone White 241 J. E. TAYLOR flanager Beautiful Goods Always on Hand MRS. C. L DICKERSON, ARTISTIC MILLINERY 1181 Alakea Street, Neah Eehetania Ave. Coloured Drawing Crayons "RAPHAEL" Made in France. ( (w Trade Mark: "Paris B Deposse." These crayons are superb in color and substance. (Ed.) W. H. PALING & CO., Ltd. 338 George St., Sydney. Music . and . Musical . Instruments . of every . sort. Catalogues sent Post Free on application. Everything of the choicest. Orital Bazaar Importers and Dealers in all kinds of Silk and Linen Embroidery Rich Silk Goods, Curios China, Satsuma and Gloisonne Wares Shipments rectived by every steamer. KjtF" Before going elsewhere elve us a can ana sele...

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

I 3., L& MOTT-SMITH & MATTHEWMAN, . . Rooms COO and 007 Stnngenwnld Building. HONOLULU, T. H. MANUFACTURERS'.... SHOE TA Wholesale and Retail vv. Dealers In Boots and Shoes 1051 FORT STREET P. O.-Box 469. Honolulu, H. T. H. F. HILL Curio Dealer 1152 Fort St., Opp. Convent A Full Line of Hawaiian and Samoan Goods Always In Stock. J J J All Kinds of Shell and Seed Necklaces, Native Mats, Fans, Etc. J & J The Best Assortment of Native Hats In Town. t Co., Ltd. Metropolitan Market, King St. WHOLESALE and RETAIL BUTCHERS t? c 5 Dealers iu Pish, Poultry, Buffer nncl eggs UNION ...401 Judd FEED CO. Building.... THE HONOLULU TIMES. Castle & Cooke, THE BANK OF HAWAII AGENTS FOB LIMITED New England Mutual Life Insurance Co of Boston, fix Aetna tire insurance uo Alliance Assurance Co, L. B. KERR & CO., LTD. Is 05 w ., O The Teoples' Providers The Leading House for Geuoral Dry Goods, House Furnishings, Dresses, Millinery, Etc., Etc. - - AGENTS FOll Principal Makers of Sewing...

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

uipiniwmi"pmwiiw 12 THE HONOLULU TIMES, The office of THE HONOLULU TIMES is "MONSARRAT COTTAGE" Adams Lane, off Union Street Single Copies Sold. Ads. and Subscriptions Taken. I Vc are akvays in line for PIANOS BERG STROM MUSIC CO. the IjiiGGii lotel Mr. and Mrs. Heine Props Table Excel lent & amid Board & Very Reasonable Nuuanu Avenue, corner of Vineyard Street. H. f.WICHMAN, Manufacturing Optician, Jeweler and Silversmith O Importers of.... diamonds, J AMERICAN and SC SWISS WATCHES ART JEWELRY.CUT GLASS ( W 5 Honolulu, H. I. HONOLULU TOBACCO CO., LIMITED 5 i3 w Importers, Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Choice Cigars,Tobacco, Pipes and Smokers' Articles Corner Fort and Hotel Streets. Hawaiian Hardware Co., Ltd. Generdl Agents for PERFECT RICE PLOW in u o o AGENTS FOR Havilan QERMOTOR U -J o X Ware, Victor Safe & Lock Co,, Ideal Ready Mixed Paints. agents ronpai)Sy stoves. The Steel Wind Mills, Improved Stone Filters, For Hardware of every description HOUSEHOLD GOODS, PA...

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