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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu times. — 1 February 1905

i. 14 I "Hullo, old man!" The thin hand of the little Hebrew came jocularly into contact with his back. "Hullo." Heatherington did not raise his eyes. He would like to have shaken off (he intimate touch. Bernstein's habit of buttonholing him on every occasion was odious to him. Still, business intertsb demanded that he should maintain at least an appearance of civility. There were times when he almost wished that it were possible to offend the little broker. More than once he had thought, with a sigh of relief, that the thing was done. But always at their next meeting he encountered, with a shock of surprise, the same smile in the inscrutable dark eves. "Whew !" Bernstein took off his hat and wiped his forehead. Then his hand sought the lapel of coat. "Say, buy L. S. & M. She's bound to go up," he advised. "You know I don't dabble in stocks." Heatherington answered, coldly. The broker thrust his hands into his pockets and sank his head between his shoulders, as much' as to say, ...

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 February 1905

; IO tents. Then he drew out a handkerchief and, moistening one end of it, wiped Bernstein's face. "You've got a scratch there on the temple where some glass struck you," he said, quietly. The little Hebrew glanced at him quickly. Shaken as he was by the afternoon's experience, he yet recognized that here was a different Heatherington ; that so far as this man was concerned the long line of cuts and snubs, which lay like a series of not-td-be-forgotten pinpricks in his consciousness, were at an end. Together they walked the intervening mile which stretched between them and home. Bernstein's tongue went like a triphammer as to the accident and its cause. never spoke. At the corner of the street where their ways parted they halted simultaneously. The Englishman's lips twitched as if he was about to speak, but no words came from them. Then for the first time in their ten years' acquaintance, the hands of both men met. When Heatherington reached his own doorstep he paused, turning his f...

Publication Title: Honolulu Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu times. — 1 February 1905

L B. KERR & CO., LTD. SB Mm 5 The Teoples' Providers The Leading? Houbb for General Dry Goods, House Furnishings, Drosses, Millinery, Etc., Etc. - - AOeNTS for Principal Makers of Sewing Machines L. B. KERR & GO., LTD. Tel Main 274. RAPHAEL TUCK & SONS, Ltd. London-Paris-New York. . Publishers by Appointment to Their Majesties "The King and Queen Alexandra." "Little Artists'" Series. Beautiful Drawing Books. (Ed.) A. R. ROW AT, D.V.S. . . . Verterinary Surgeon . . . No. 777 KING STREET. TEL. BLUE 101 "Go to PORTER FURNITURE CO. Alexander Young Building. Look at the unique chairs, any one of them is a prize! Tel. Main 372 P. O. Box 449 THE MISSES HARRIS Can serve yon in hand-made lace, embroidery and fine needle-work of all sorts. Water-colors and China paintiitg Some beautiful things. THE HONOLULU TIMES. Atkinson, Judd & Attorneys at Law. ..PURE CRYSTAL ICE.. Made from .... DISTILLED WATER .... THE HAWAIIAN ELKOTRIO CO, Limited. Phone 300. Safety and Protection. THE ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu times. — 1 February 1905

r V :? 13 LEWERS & COOKE, LTD. DEALERS IS LUMBER DOORS and SASH HARDWARE PAINTS and OILS MATTINGS WALL PAPERS Telephone Main 20. P.O.Box 448. We are always in line for i '' filti vti f0 ' vi - i f' PIANOS BERGSTROM MUSIC CO. Will remove to New Odd Fellows' Building, Fort near King St 9., about July First. Tel. Main 321. the IjuBGn Motel Mr. and Mrs. Heine CO. Props Table Excellent airad Board jl Very Reasonable Nuuanu Avenue, corner 0 Vineyard Street. Tel Blue 251. MANUFACTURERS'.... SHOE Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Boots and Shoes 1051 FORT STREET P. O. Box 469. Honolulu, H. T. Tel. Main 282. THE HONOLULU TIMES. v v The Honolulu Tnir.s' office is 1834, Luzo St., opposite tlic Band-house and corner of Boyd lane. The office hours are from 8 to 9 a.m., and 8 to 9 p.m. COYNE FURNITURE CO., LIMITED Furniture of all decsriplions Upholstering and Repairing BUREAUS, CHHTONIERS SIDEBOARDS BOX COUCHES NHTTRESSB, T.TC Hotel and Union Sts. Tel. Whitr 971. LIMITED Wholesale and Retail D...

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

tfvi , The Honolulu Times Vol. 3, No. 6. "And Jesus called a little child unto him, and set him in the midst of them, And said, Verily I say unto you, Except ye be converted, and become as little children, ye shall not enter into the kingdom of heaven." St. Matthew xviii. 2-3. i tc In Boston it says: "Keep to the right as the law directs." That's an old legend old as the town itself. t9 J 5 Is the road very dreary, Patience yet! Rest will be sweeter if thou art a weary : And after the night conieth the morning cheery. Then bide a wee and dinna fret. The clouds have a silver lining, Don't forget; And though he's hidden, still the sun in shining: Courage! Instead of tears and vain repining, Just bide a wee and dinna fret. (Torquil MacLeod.) AN ENORMOUS MANGO CROP IS IN SIGHT. The newspaper man's face has grown happy and short for he can now fill his space from the dear Legislature. Good 'to him as a vacation and salary (celery) sure. v V V There is one conductor on the Kalihi road who...

Publication Title: Honolulu Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu times. — 1 March 1905

At this point a recess was taken during which the Governdr entered the chamber. "Gentlemen," he exclaimed in tones of satisfaction, "you certainly are record-breakers. You have only been in session for thirty minutes and you already notify me that you are ready for business." The Opposition in the House was unanimous. It was represented by Kaniho the lonely Home Ruler from Kohala. & v'5 & "Many of the tourist who have spent several weeks or less in Honolulu departed yesterday on the Siberia for San Francisco. Every one went aboard laden with leis and in a regretful mood. They all had had a good time in Honolulu and spoke in the best terms of the hospitality which had made their visit so charming. What with surfing, swimming, dancing, coaching, going to luaus and hulas, visiting Hilo and the volcano, listening to the Hawaiian Governtment Band, and watching steamers depart, the visitors have surely enjoyed themselves." P. C. A. SENATOR DICKEY'S LOCAL OPTION BILL. Editor Advert...

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

ry of having to literally beg for mercy and help for what would have been our splendid and righteous income from sugar, only for wicked exclusion law which ought to have nothing to do with barring out our welfare and prosperity, if, we say, if the President and Congress will not give a helping hand but say indifferently: "Oh, likely, Hawaii will manage to grind along as it has since annexation and we (power) can't be sending the coolie over there," they may find in time to their sorrow, as to ours, that Hawaii is not only cool but indeed, and by wrong deed, frozen out. May that time of woe never come. OUR OWN LOGAN. It has made us laugh to tears in looking over "Commercial" by Daniel Logan because tjhe innumerable and multitudinous doings, including Rcgo's "having got into trouble as postmaster with the Federal authorities," (sure) would not admit in the small space allowed him for any spreading or even a polly syllyable and so he goes ahead like a veritable venerable steam-engine p...

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

THE HONOLULU" TIMES ANNE M. fltESCOTT. EDITOR A Nil PJ10IU1IKT011. AXARCIX, - IQ05 STRAY CRUMBS (PLUMS) FROM THE EDITOR'S LOGBOOK (FEBRUARY). We called in to see how the R. T. men are treated (hot coffee and sandwich) at 10 a. m. on Sundays and Mr. Haley talked to them of the true success, the way to find it and the easy and only way and ajl were interested; ibecauste success in life is what everyone craves and would have; and he himself is on the high road from his own honest confession. After an hour's stay in which we were informed and interested; we tarried for a little time in the German Lutheran which is a most charming bit of color and sweetness. The deepest and most profound ,'reverance is manifested by the worshippers and it is very restful and shoothing in its tendency no flurry or flutter all quiet and peaceful, calm. It impresses one at once. The singing was melody, and a violin solo was beyond our words in point of beauty. That church is a picture indeed. After that we ...

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

roof-garden for we have n't any and your crowd shall be more than welcome on our lanais for you have not any; and we will invite the town to come and enjoy the grand music and have a dance and cat and drink a choice supper and wander from one hotel to the other and be at home in both. Skilful, wise managers who can see a point and play to win! It takes a large-minded man to be a hotel-keeper. The witty legend: "Not every man can keep a hotel." The guests who left Honolulu last week will talk their friends blind in the Orient at the Coast and the Colonies. They never heard anything at all like the Ellis Bros. Quintette, the Hawaiian Band, the singing; the lanais, the leis, the roof-garden the riding, the surf, the sea the sky, the hills, all all a ! One gentleman remarked : "Oh yes we've seen the world but your place is novel quite different, not like other tropical." Humph, not ndecd. Heigho! Were we rich a house of four rooms for our exclusive use would content us. We might lodge a...

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

I their own countries no longer necessitating emigration, these people show no disposition now to come to the islands, and even if they were willing to emigrate to Hawaii the laws of the United States would hinder them from receiving that assistance without which emigration would be for them impossible. And here it may be stated that if other Europeans can be found who could endure labor in the cane fields of Hawaii, the immigration laws would render them unable. The geographical position of these islands and the great distances which such emigrants would have to travel would necessitate their being assisted in ways which are prohibited by the laws, as they can not themselves meet the cost. Of the Portuguese who originally came to Hawaii as assisted emigrants, those who did not go to the mainland have so prospered that now they do not engage to any large extent as plantation laborers, and their children, by the aid of the excellent Hawaiian free-school system, have fitted themselves...

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

by the investment of a large amount of capital. With the largely increased world production of sugar, it is only with difficulty that cane can be grown here with a profit. The remoteness of these islands from the world'.? market and the cost of production are factors to be contended with. It would be of great advantage to the agricultural interests of these islands if the United States immigration laws could be so amended as to permit the assisting of a desirable class of Portuguese laborers from the Azores or neighboring islands, or if there could be a modification of the Chinese exclusion act permitting the immigration to these islands of a limited number of Chinese agricultural laborers, such laborers to be restricted to agricultural labor and domestic service, and strictly prohibited from engaging in mechanical and mercantile pursuits; such immigration to be so regulated that the identify of each laborer may be ascertained and a record kept thereof, and that he may be required a...

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

8 THE HONOLULU TIMES. , of prayer while exulting over his royal steeds, and the other was to Help a little yellow ant on the slope of Ararat that was almost exhausted in trying to get its food to the nest, and would soon perish in the threatening tempest if unaided. The story goes that to Gabriel the one behest seemed just as dignified and important as the other, because God gave the orders. Toiling all day in a crowded room, A worker stood at her noisy loom; A voice came up through the ceaseless din, These words at the window floated in; "Whether we sleep, or whether we wake. We arc His who gave His life for our sake." The Siege of Gibraltar taxed the combined land and marine forces of France and Spain for four years, but Sir George Elliott sucessfully held it for Britain.' All the resources of science and ingenuity were used to reduce the beetling Rock, but they failed absolutely. Floating batteries were the chief hope of the besiegers, and were accounted invincible. But they were...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu times. — 1 March 1905

ii She took the short pipe from her mouth as she goodnaturedly answered the boy: "Laws, honey I ain't you 'member dat yet? I done tole you more'n forty times, fo' sure. 'Bout the men who died, don't you know ? Dat's what it means." Joe didn't appear to be much enlightened. "De men who died?" he repeated questioningly, looking up with those bright eyes of his. He was the blackest little specimen that ever was. The ace of spades was nothing to him "Charcoal would make a white mark on him." But the white teeth gleamed, and the big eyes shone, and the woolly hair knotted itself into the funiest little fuzz you ever did see. As for his costume, it wasn't much to boast of; nothing but rags, and not too many of them. But Joe didn't care, not he! He was as free as the birds, and lived as careless and irresponsible a life. When the sun shone, and all was bright, he rejoiced as they did ; when it was cold and dismal, he crept into his own little nest of a cabin, rolled himself up in all the r...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu times. — 1 March 1905

X 10 THE HONOLULU TIMES. So he and Jack were astir betimes, and soon toiling along the dusty road. It was a bright, warm morning, and Joe sang like a little black-bird as he limped along; past the log cabins like his own, where swarms of children were already about, and dogs of all sizes came yelping out and gave them noisy welcome; past the broad fields where lately the kale and spinach had been cut, where the level country stretch away on either hand, unbroken by wall or fence, the boundary lines being ditches or low hedges, till he turned oft to follow the Branch, only a narrow creek, up into the swamp lands where the flowers grew. Oh, what a wealth of them, as if purpose for Joe ! all he had hoped and more . He picked and picked, meantime looking warily about for moccasons. His posy would be the biggest and gayest of them all, he said to himself, as at last he tied his flowers into a great, straggling bunch with a strip torn from his rags. Rags are very convenient, sometimes. He...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu times. — 1 March 1905

L. B. KERR & CO., LTD. HP 77 Teoples' Providers Tho Lc.uliug IIouso for Goneral Dry Goods, IIouso Furnishings, Drosees, Millinery, Etc., Etc. - - AGENTS r0U Principal Makers of Sewing Machine! L B. KERR & CO., LTD. Tel Main 274. RAPHAEL TUCK & SONS, Ltd. London-Paris-New Xork. Publishers ly Appointment to Their Mnjeaties "The King- and Queen Alexandra." a ,: ji "Little Artists'" Scries. Beautiful Drawing Books. (Ed.) A. R. ROW AT, D.Y.S. Vcrterinary Surgeon . . . No. 777 KING STREET, TEL. BLUE 101 "Co to PORTER FURNITURE CO. Alexander Young Building. Look at the unique chairs, any one of them is a prize I Tel. iVJain 372 P. O. Box 449 THE MISSES HARRIS Can serve you in hand-made lace, embroidery and fine needle-work of all sorts. Water-colors and China painting some beautiful things. THE HONOLULU TIMES. Atkinson, Judd & Mott-Smith Attorneys at Law. SECOND FLOOB, JUDD BUILDING HONOLULU, T. H. TjI. Main 314. PURE CRYSTAL ICE, Mado from ....DISTILLED WATER.... THE HAWAI...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu times. — 1 March 1905

IS THE HONOLULU TIMES. 1 LEWERS & COOKE, LTD. DEAixita in LUMBER DOORS and SASH HARDWARE PAINTS and OILS - . - MATTINGS :'" ' " WALL PAPERS " ?. Telephone Main 20. P.O.Box 448. We are always in line for Ski & &J " wl ' BERGSTROM MUSIC CO. Will remove to New Odd Fellows' Building, Fort near King Sts., about July First. Ms. and Mrs. Heine CO. Tel. Main 321. - Props Table Excellent and Board j Very Reasonable Nuuanu Avenue, corner of Vineyard Street. Tel Blue 251. MANUFACTURERS'.... SHOE Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Boots and Shoes 1051 FORT BTRHBT P. O. Box 46. Honolulu, H. T. Tel. Main 282. t Jv fV The Honolulu Times' office ii 1834, Luzo St., opposite the Band-house and corner of Boyd lane. The office hours are from 8 to 9 a.m., and 8 to 9 p.m. O w (J COYNE FURNITURE CO., LIMITED Furniture of all decsriptions Upholstering and Repairing BUREAUS, CHirrONICRS SIDEBOARDS BOX COUCHES nFTTTRESSES, ETC Hotcland UnionSts. Tel. White 971. LIMITED WhB 0U6GI1 HotGl Wholesale and...

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

)K 77 The Honolulu Times Vol. 3, No. 8 "I have trodden the wine press alone; and of the people there was none with me." ? ? "I am the true vine." "Many climbersi but one vine." $ 5 w Oh ! wonderful story of deathless love! Each child is clear to that heart above ; He fights for me when I cannot fight, He comforts me in the gloom of night, He lifts 'the burden, flor Hd is strong, He stills the sigh and awakens the song, The sorrow that bowed me down he bears, And loves and pardons because He cares. v tV t "O God, who art more merciful to the worst of us than the best of us deserve, etc." Rev. E. B. Turner. tv 3 5 "Give me a hail and I'll give you a lift." (drive) Bishop of London to Workingmen. 5 3 (j It is not always the honest hard-working clever (man or woman) that gets a lift but, too often, the clever rogue (we see) Ed. V fcjt i& We are commanded to be "wise as serpents" (try to be) but harmless as the doves." O v w We'll ever do our level best, mark ye, whatever that same m...

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

"For Sally has much to do, and would wish That we'd get along with an easy dish Something that wouldn't take long to prepare Or really require very much care." Said Mrs. Dobbs: "There isn't a doubt But what we'd all fancy a !" "A hasty pudding ! Hurrah 1 that's nicel" Exclaimed the girls and boys in a trice. Then Sally put on the biggest pot, And soon the water was boiling hot, And Mrs. Dobbs mixed together some flour And water, and in less than half an hour The pudding began to bubble up thick And dance about with the pudding stick. Said Dr. Dobbs as he made a halt: "Our Sally is apt to forget the salt; So I'll put in a pinch ere I leave the house," And he went on tip toe, as still as a mouse, And, dropping a handful in very quick, Stirred it well about with the pudding-stick. And said to himself: "Now isn't this clever!" At which the pudding lauyhpcl louder than ever. Then Mrs. Dobbs came after a while, And looked in the pot with a cheery smile. And thought how much enjoy the trea...

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

Why not more unity at all times ? w v w There once lived in Bohemia a very beautiful princess, named Libussa, who was awfully well up in plums, and painfully clever about housekeeping. Her three lovers, finding her bne morning in the kitchen-garden gathering plums, the princess offered her hand and housekeeping to which ever of the three would tell her how many plums she had in her basket. She said, "One of you shall have half and one more, tht second shall have half that arc left and one more, and the third shall have half the remain !cr and three more. That will empty my basket. How many plums, therefore, are in it?" The first knigh blundered out a random guess of sixty. "No," said the bewildering beauty; "but if there were as many more, half as many more, and a third as many more, with five more added to that, the number would as far exceed sixty as it now falls below it." The second knight wildly speculated on forty-five. "Nay," said this royal ; "but if there were a third as ma...

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

THE HONOLULU TIMES ANNE M. PRESCOTT, ED1TOH AND PBOFltlETOll. MAY - IQOS LOG-BOOK FOR MAY. The Editor's Log-book (part of it) for April, 1905. Did you know that a different atmosphere pervades the town Saturday morning? An aroma of kindness and good-will is as perceptible as the odor of violets from the boy's basket as he passes you. Why is this? Because men of all classes and of all work so welcome relaxation and recreation after the strain of the week; they are so glad to "get off" at 12 o'clock and it makes us happy to see how much they enjoy the afternoon treat just like "half-holiday" in school. They seem all to say as with one voice: "We 're soon off home, or down country or to the boats or for our game and what can we do for you before we go? And they buy flowers and they buy candy at the corner and frozen fruit and the Times any time before noon- and, "solong." Its jolly on Saturday. Shut up. April 6 It is a fact that we have one Christian to-day (C?) in the School Departmen...

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