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

ihf IE 7.7 Tbe Honolultr Times Vol. I. No. 10. As for nic, I am of the order of all the sainls, and all the saints arc are of my order. La Mere Angel-' iquc. v5 i fr In the refectory of San Marco of Floierice there is a very pleasant picture wherein St. Dominic is seated at tahle with his monks, and he is asking a blessing over cups that hai no wine and platters without bread. His companions are amazed, but even while the saint is praying the angels of God are moving unseen through the room, ing that bread of which if any 'man eat he shall never hunger again. For. it cometh to pass in this hospitality that if anyone a chamber for Jesus he shall find he is the guest, and Jesus ' as become the host. '! J vt "Hush, J pray you! What if this friend happen to be God?" TO ABOLISH PROFANITY. "Hi! hi!" shouted Father William, and shook his long stick at me There was no threat in this action ; it is the old man's way of attracting attention, and as his persistence is as great as his age, it i...

Publication Title: Honolulu Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu times. — 1 July 1903

july : : : 1903 ANNE M. PUE8COTT, ; Editor and Propr. Tho Subscription 1'rico Is Three Dollars yearly, pnyablo in advance Allconununieatlons torTHEHONOMJLU TIMns must bo addressed to tlio editor. P.O. Box '22. OPPOSITION. Opposition is the soul of trade, is the old legend. ( tjw 7 Whenever the "stranger" shall come with his plant and his capital to run the Star and the Bulletin out of the market and to make the Advertiser rouse from its economy and its thrifty lethargy of saving money on press and paper, its neat, parsimonious little Sunday sheet, etc. then we will help that cunning stranger in his selfish scheme; he shall he able to drive a comfortable trap up and down our hills and valleys in securing his well-paid advertisements and subscriptions ; we intend to always help the stranger coming here to make a golden penny, to buy up, with our generous favor, the very land and even homestead of the poor who discouraged and disheartened is now giving up his Island ties. Yes, let us h...

Publication Title: Honolulu Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu times. — 1 July 1903

he never does, to make his sermon to suit the heat uncommon of the June day, and then he pounds away for upwards of an hour, and we listen, for patience is the badge of all our newspaper tribe, for him to get to "lastly" and his last bon mot. But he does not wind up until he hears the fatal click of a hunter's watch. We want, we capitalists, and merchants, and shipowners, etc., we want new material, we want an infusion of new blood, new zeal, new energy, so to speak. Well don't fret, my dear Messieurs, you'll get it, and a square meal, with full and dessert no one item wilj be omitted in that menu. You will have your fill of the stranger within your gates, who may yet crowd your hill-tops, inpoverish your children's children, feed from the board that your industry has won, drive your horses and own your plantation stock. The sons of the hireling and the alien. Let us then be wise in time, and not open so readily all our sluice-gates to that tourist and stranger. Let us keep a little...

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

LE BON CHEF. By Anne iM. Prcscotl I'AKT II. THE IIUSLiAND AND WIFE. Jacques and Madeleine.) Madeleine had come into the region of the Garonne to live, and Jacques had passed her on the road, leading' her tiny bit of a sister, that eventful morning when they were all caught in the down-pour, that painted a rainbow on the western sky. No one, however, got cross, though everyone got a ducking, for the drops were the largest known that vseason and very watery. It was a first-rate shower and washed everything in sight, and made Jacques start back and catch up the little mite in hi- arms, and taking Madeleine by the hand, thev ran like chiklfon to the nearest shelter, which proved to be . Henri's, the blacksmith : he was busy hammering a horseshoe and the sparks were il mg up the chimney, when they '.i'i in laughing and shaking off the rain, now dripping in bn'' rivulets from their hats. Rut i h !ry of it was soon past, and the !,. ..in sending up clouds of vapor tvi 'ii every wet bank an...

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

rr '"TCi THE HONOLULU TIMES. ing to see the Emperor! It was nearing Easter, and was a fine time to see that world of France outside of their own dUtrict. They decided to start at point de jour one Saturday morning, and to make the first inn of which the Cure had told them at night; they would stop to church in the morning of Sunday, and then go rapidly on until night again. The children came early in the morning, bringing a garland for the horse's neck, and many of the villagers, and Madeleine's family, followed them along to the Long Road, and then waving their handkerchiefs and hats, shouted : "Goodbye Jacques, Adieu Madeleine 1" And they watched the little cart until it was out of sight. Pain must ever be mingled with all our joy. Partings are bad things, the losing sight of a face beloved, even for a brief time. It is that dreadful uncertainty of meeting again. For a few days Jacques and Madeleine almost forgot home, so much did they see that was novel and strange, and also plea...

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

I'fl & horse always, but made a quicker drive home knowing the route better than when going. When about twenty miles this side of home, on Easter Eve, Jacques would stop for the night, but the little woman at his side declared the horse had had a good dinner at noon, and she would rather drive than sleep, if they could but get to their own door by midnight; and so before that time even', Jacques was calling for the boy. He was fast asleep, of course, but soon a lantern appeared, the horse was unharnessed and with a generous feed of meal and chopped potato, concluded his stable was the best place for him. Jeannette said, she felt when she cooked the chicken, that they would come to eat it; and she soon had coffe boiled and with new rolls and fresh butter, they sat down to a repast . enough enjoyable for an emperor, so they said. Madeleine was delighted to see home again, she must sit in every chair in the house, and' they would all have stayed up till morning, only Ja'cques remin...

Publication Title: Honolulu Times, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu times. — 1 July 1903

Two or three years ago, when Englishmen were deeply affronted by the coarse cartoons in the French . papers, deriding the British royal family, and the British ambassador at Paris was actually making them the occasion of official representations to the French government, it would scarcely have been thought possible that within so short a time as has since elapsed, the King of England would be paying a visit of courtesy to Paris, and would bo received not only with imposing official ceremonies, but with a wildly enthusiastic popular welcome. Yet that is what took place last week. France, seemingly, has forgiven the Fashoda episode, and England has forgiven the French hostility during the Boer war, and "perfidous Albion" and the vivacious French have sworn friendship. The incident is most humorous, in some of its aspects, but it makes for peace. The race is not always to the swift (5 fc5 We were greatly amused and delighted to find in the scurry of this hot "steamer day" one human bei...

Publication Title: Honolulu Times, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu times. — 1 July 1903

.. , r , IW .i "iv it 'cr "V"- ----i . '.' . 8 THE HONOLULU TIMES. Orient to Greece, from Greece to Rome, from Rome to the Teuton lands, from here ot England, France and Spain, then the pilgrim movement to Virginia and Massachusetts, after that the "Go west, young man." To the student of , history, all this has been but many manifestations of one principle, and that "westward the course of empires takes its way." "We are told by men of science," says Stevenson "that all the ventures of mariners on the sea, all that marching and counter-marching of the races sprang from nothing more abstruse than the laws of supply and demand for cheap rations. To anyone thinking deeply this seems too prosy an explanation. It is much finer, and just as reasonable to believe that the tribes that came swarming out of the north and the east during the early centuries were drawn by the magnetic influence of the south and west quite as much as by the demand for new and fresh pasturage for their cattle. Th...

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

-A .- . There was no reqort from the Ways and Means Committee of the Castle Home, but the treasurer reported great shortage of funds. There is not enough money to meet the expenses of the coming month. This fact should appeal to the community, for the Castle Home is doing for unfortunate children what Christian home- are doing for their fortunate brothers and sisters, training them up to be good and .useful citizens of this territory. Requisite funds should not be lacking for this worthy institution. Two new children were admitted to he home. Evcrygood book is a blessing to him who reads it, but in the great needs of life and in the hour jf death there is but one book, and that book the Bible. With what quietness and strength the work of the Young Men's Christian Association goes on is brought to mind by the announcement that the International Committee has secured the pledge of $1,000,000 for endowment. Six-persons contributed $632,000 of this amount, and but 150 persons, outside o...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu times. — 1 July 1903

IO MOTT-SMITH & MATTHEWMAN, . . Rooms 606 and 007 Stangenwald Building. HONOLULU, T. H. MANUFACTURERS'.... SHOE nf Wholesale and Retail JV. Dealers in Boots and Shoes 1051 FOET STREET P. O. Box 469. Honolulu, H. T. H.F.HILL Curio Dealer 1152 Fort St., Opp. Convent A Full Lino of Hawaiian and Samoan Goods Always In Stock. All Kinds of Shell and Seed Necklaces, Native Mats, Fans, Etc. fcj The Best Assortment of Native Hats In Town. t Co, LI. Metropolitan Market, King St. WHOLESALE and RETAIL BUTCHERS w Dealers in rish, Poultry, Butter and Eggs UNION ....401 Judd Building.... FEED" ca 1 THE HONOLULU TIMES. Castle & Cooke, LIMITED AGENTS FOR m - New England Mutual Lite In If it is... surance Co ot Boston, Aetna Fire Insurance Co,, Alliance Assurance Co, L. B. KERR & GO., LTD. The Teoples' Providers Tho Leading House for General Dry Goods, House Furnishings, Dresses, Millinery, Etc., Etc. - - MM AGENTS rOK Principal Makers of Sewing Machines L. B. KERR & CO., LTD. Elks Bu...

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

I' 1 IT fr RAPHAEL TUCK & SONS, Ltd. London-Paris-New York, 5 i3 5 Publishers by Appointment to Their Majesties "The King and Queen Alexandra." i5 "Little Artists'" Series. Beautiful Drawing Books. (Ed.) HONOLULU DAIRYMEN'S ASSOCIATION, LTD. MILK, CREAM, BUTTER :OrFICE AND DEPOT: Sheridan St.. off King Telephone White 241 J. E. TAYLOR rianager MRS. E T. KELLEY, Modiste. Biretanla St., next to Central Union Church. Tel. Blue 881. FANCY WAISTS, TAILOR GOWNS, Etc., Etc., Mado to Short Notice. l'HICES MODEHATK. A. R. R0W4T, D.Y.S. . . . Verterinary Surgeon . . . CLUB STABLES. ltosldeno: 1'ensacoln mill Wilder Ave. Tel Blue 3831. Orital Bazaar Importers and Dealers in all kinds of Silk and Linen Embroidery Rich Silk Goods, Curios China, Satsuma and Gloisonne Wares Shipments received by every steamer. Before Koinjr elsewhere five us a call and select your presents, fril Watty lluitdimj, Kitty Street, between Fort and Bethel Street. Telephone White SG74. P.O.IloxO7. THE HONOLULU TIMES....

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

12 ThUToffice of THE HONOLULU TIMES is "MQNSARRAT COTTAGE" Adams Lane, off Union Street Single Copies Sold. ' Ads. and Subscriptions Taken. , r We are akvays in line for PIANOS BERGSTROM MUSIC CO. 3 "Who Quoon Hotel Mb. anp Mrs. IIeind Props V Table Excellent . id Board & Very Reasonable Nuuanu Avenue, pmier of Vineyard Shed H. r. WICHMAN, Manufacturing Optician, Jeweler and Silversmith 5 - Imfioi'tois of. . DIUIONDS, -3- swifts ATours mi i jrw rxnv.ouT or, ss V fc' w Lonolulu, H. I. HONOLULU TOBAGGO CO., LIMITED tf 5 i Impoilers, Wholesale and lietail Dealers in Choice Cigars, Tobacco, Pipes and Smokers' Articles Corner Fort and Hotel Streets.. s- i - THE HONOLULU TIMES. Hawaiian Hardware Co., Ltd. General Agents, for PERFECT RICE PLOW o 9 53 c - n rZGr& thb i Q Lew Lcj ) n n SSOFortSt.rieoiM' a ermotorJ ;a wgo iS Li o o a I w m -J roiS Hfflljj) y y,, & Lock-Co., Ideal Ready Mixed Paints. A0ESTh lou Pansy Stoves. The Wind Wills, Improved Stone Filteis. Foi Ilaiduare of ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu times. — 1 February 1905

IB hlV ","0. The Honolulu Times Vol. 3, No. 5. "And whosoever liveth, and in 111c, shall never die. thon this?" St. John 11 126. "An artist must have four powers: Vision, so that he can see the truth common men cannot ; creative power, so that he can make ns see the truth he sees: devotion to truth, so that he shall tell nothing but the truth he sees ; and inspiration, so that he can make us love the truth he sees." . .? ' THE HOUR AND THE MAN! T wish to-day to dwell upon this thought, that while in this countrv we need wise laws, honestly and fearlessly executed, and while we cannot afford to tolerate but the highest standard in ihe public service of the government, yet that in the last analysis the future of the country must depend upon the quality of the individual home, of the individual man or woman in that home. The future of this countrv depends upon the way in which the average man and the average woman does his or her duty, and that verv largely depends upon the wav in whW ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu times. — 1 February 1905

"Talk happiness cacli 'chance You get and Talk it good uid strong: Look for it in The byways as you grimly Plod along: Perhaps it is a stranger now Whose visit never Conies ; But talk it ! Soon you'll find That you and Happiness Are chums." to to to A writer has recently said : "Her religion is to badger the busy." There is a limited class hi the community they are the limit who work in season and out of season in a vain attempt to badger ths busy. Fortunately for the busy they have no more inclination than time to attend to the badgering, for it is their joy to be busy. "There is nothing so unhygienic as to sit down and be perfectly satisfied with oneself." Running water is always pure; i. e., if it runs fast enough. One good "falls" will clarify even noticeably impure water, while the purest water that ever trickled down a mountain side is vile if it is idle long. There isn't a pure, sweet, noble-minded person in the world who is doing nothing, saying nothing, thinking nothing for...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu times. — 1 February 1905

could possibly be conferred upon them if the thing could be done. But the charms of the climate can be presented to those who are able to come to Hawaii with sufficient attractiveness to turn in this direction a part of the tide of those who flee from winter and are able to flee from it and there is no better time for the presentation possible than when a blizzard has just loosened its grip upon a city. Those who are able to travel can then take deep breath and gel a long start to escape the next frost flurry. 5 i t "Speaking of small farming." Captan A. N. Tripp said yesterday : "I remember when I came to Honolulu forty-four years ago there was a gristmill going over there" pointing in the direction of the inner harbor front "which was grinding Hawaiian wheat to supply the California market with flour. Yes, and there were between 300 and 400 whale-ships taking thousands of bushels of Hawaiian-grown Irish potatoes and no better potatoes were ever raised anywhere." There ought to be ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu times. — 1 February 1905

THE HONOLULU' TIMES AN.N'K :M. I'RKSCOTT, kiji'iuji axij I'jtorimrron. - 1903 THE EDITOR'S Log-book. (In Jan.) 1. "Miss Florence Hall" first name on the Oahu College Roll of Honor. Whose name will he written next? Then we went to put a hee in an editor's bonnet. Not at his post, and so the bee went humming, to a mango treee. 3- Spoke to a priest concerning a Frenchman. 4. Heard Senator Dickey speak for a few minutes from small notes on the subject of Local Option. Mr. Martin understands conducting a meetin'. The hymns were most beautiful and the people in earnest. S- Crossed the street and listened to the Rev. Mr. Kincaid who preached on the "Unpayable Debt." Ho carries a long sermon without notes and without losing a thread on the way. But there have been, and are, actors with marvellous power of retention in matter of memory. One. who in a given time, could repeat in order, from start to finish, an entire newspaper (swallowed it whole, like Jonah and that whale). What a good thing...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu times. — 1 February 1905

f Yes, Mary the hedges here arc brilliant in crimson and vc know when one lias never been here before, because the first twenty-four hours they promenade about the town with the hibiscus blossom in their hand or in evidence somewhere. But soon they are shy of it for some reason. The native cannot understand why a tourist praises the day for even a rainy day in Hawaii has its great charm and he has never known any unpleasant days ! Even a Kona storm is grand beyond words to describe we have watched one an entire night. True, other places and numberless have fine days and even "seasons" of charming, fascinating beauty, we can bear witness, personally; but, not the twelve months round, that is where Hawaii has you, hapaha ! 14. Well, on our way to Prison today we had to look at the delicious olive-green olives, a window packed full at May's, and then oh I the loveliest shades in shirts all colors at Mclnerney's. I must admit this is a town for olives and shirts, worth any one's money. ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu times. — 1 February 1905

FUNERAL MARCH. (Quick-step!) Death, is a rude fellow, And heeds not loud bellow Arc you ready Feel quite steady? He will hasten some day, For to take thee away. He is not too polite And may call in the night; Are you ready, Feel quite steady? Shall you be in a plight Should he come in the night. He comes without knocking, (Oft wears a soft stocking) Are you read' Feel (un) steady? Useless, thy door locking, He will know no balking. No gentleman is, Death, He will snatch your breath ; Are you read- Feel quite steady? He will grab our breath, No gentleman this Death. When that roll is called, We will answer, "Here!" Yes, all ready, And quite steady, (faith) For the summons near, Shall not shed a tear. A.M.P. w to to Did n't you like the President once on a time? Oh, that is it. That explains. to to o How many times must we repeat, that we are a native of N. E. and belonging to the (tomahawk) pache tribe (Apatch, see?) But, Apache and a patch are not exactly the same, eh? I try to keep...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu times. — 1 February 1905

SEafflSE' v THE HONOLULU TIMES. in naming Charles Lamb have we not named a master of liteiary, as opposed to expository or scientific st vie? SMALL FARMING. They had to fight flood and they had to fight drought; they must fight locust, and caterpillar and often forest fires ; and not here, did the enemies to farming and to "settling the West" hall, by any means. There was hunger and cold to be faced, there was stern self-sacrifice on every hand " . " to be met. There was swamp and bog and mud and and fences to be made to kc" th-1 few cattle from straying miles ; and hard work and earnest wit and contrivance in planning for the winter months. It was victory or defeat ; but, the men. the pioneers, were heroes and all their faculties of mind and body became as finely attuned and sharpened as a Damascus blade from the very stress and importance of the battle. They had not gone, struck out into that new country, to write: "Failure" on their banners. It was victory in the end though many ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu times. — 1 February 1905

the coast were said to be at raid Punchbowl would brcau out in eruption, the Bishop Estate did not let go any of its land. Star. "Too often good churchmen are not good citizens. The pulpit has no higher function than that of training them to be good citizens. Let the pulpit cry in season and out of season that the state is God's state just as truly as the church is God's church, and a body of citizens will arise which will for all time wipe from our municipalities the conditions which to-day make tliern a by-word among the nations of the world." Mrs. Isabella Bird Bishop, the famous traveler, who died October 7th, has recorded her experience of Chinese converts to Christianity, and it deserves a wide circulation to correct the hard things often said of them by those who do not know whereof they speak, as Airs. Bishop did. The converts, she avers, "live pure and honest lives : they are teachable, greedy of Bible knowledge, generous and self-denying for Christian purposes the best stu...

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