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J5V13NINO nUMXTIN, H0N01.UJ.Ujr. II.'. SATUIllMY, AMI. 22, 100S.
SCENES FRGM TERRIFIC TYPHOON THAT SWEPT HONGKONG
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If you work
for a man, in Heaven's
name WORK FOR HIM,
If he pays you wages that suppiv
your bread and butter, work for
him; speak well of him; stand
by him and stand by the Institu
tion lie represents If put to a
pinch, AN OUNCE OF LOY
ALTY is worth a pound of cleverness. If you must
vilify, condemn and eternally disparage, why, resign
your position, "and when you are outside, damn to
your heart's .content. But as long as you are a part
of the Institution do not condemn it. If you do you
are loosening the tendrils that hold you to the Institu
tion, and the first high wind that comes along you
will be uprooted and blown away, and probably you
will never know why. ELBERT HUBBARD.
Get a Soap that does
SOME of the work.
IS THE HOUSEKEEPERS HELPMATE
AT ALL GROCERS
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H 1- Ml I MMIM1I1II ' - , f . d
dfMKlnw vj. ?AtoKAwc view or Hongkong men the. u. 'tt'-' tsaW t2a
i nil 1 t-
IIONOKOW China, July --The poll r ctli.iatp the number of cleith f, i- i . n i I m ;it th's 'nlt . t i
though ollipr c-itini ites nro considerably less T'n Chinese rcpnit tlio fnunileila t " t .u n.o. Hiwi Yin lui, in loutu la Cur i
lug :t0 passongen. only twoho of whom woio i. inl The torpedo boat Ucstiocr Whiting went uehuie ut lccinoon Vans, and tue
cr Saiiciii s.ilih at Iipi- wharf and probably l u tolil loss Tho telegraph Unci to Canton aro broken nnd report ptto that thcdimu
Blent. Flower beats and other craft wprp swept ewij The typhoon Wj3 ir.oio tcrrl.1 than that of lone and greatc- damage a .
Inn to ii forewarning Seven steamers wore 'iHrn iikI'.oip Many diagjrod t'lei." nnoilngs nnd between ftTt, nnd lxt, Junln an '
" werp clt'icr sunk or damaged.
e'-il bulldlnji toll p d The In ill
several cargo-ladpii lighters and numerous I.
Queen's College i o badly damaged.
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THE ONLY PLACE
(DKEAM Or PK0H13IT10N TOWN)
Kvcrybody noticed the IiaggatduebJ fnililds it to eat,' said the ihaliman,
of the old bcaikkecin'i face when ho 'but that U c.tctl what ou li.nu ,
t'at.iu to wi!. that inouilm;. dune. It lb aKalh'Jt tlio law to v.it
Ilia ejcH showed p!.iltil that ho Iich ckuUIiIch Iicrp.' '
had slept llltlo ami one of the joiui-i "1 w.ta much alainied, fearing I '
KCi clerks (lncKtloncl lilm. might t-latvu to death, but I Know i
"Drfim," tho old n. in Kruuted. lhi.r.c men wcie IIIiib and that tho. o .
"It mint have been a mighty mi- ftitc theio imiHt bo'KoniethliiB to cat
pleauint ouo to affeit ou m nich," luMhls htiangu land; mi I tried to be,
lemailtcd the J(mai'i man. Kaine and I told tho waiter to bilni;
"It wan," riiiiiu the Khoil uiiHWur. ji.io foiiic (ik.i1 of miiiic Kind, I didn't
' V.'nH It iilt;ut-nuic?" rale what, but oatmeal piefcrred. j
"Wori-e lliau that ' ipplled tlio old " "luu't that too bad!' cvclnlmeil ,
man, "It v.aa one uf thoiu drcann the ihaliman. 'Only list week wo
fi urn which Jim avv.iko In a old otrl In f.r.or of maMiiR It a felony'
hwc.il nnd which Iciium bhcIi an lm- to at oatmeal.'
plvaslim on jou that, although ou "'What!' 1 cried In distress. 'No
know It Is a diciiin, nn can't ahako meat, no obrs, no fresh crp tables, '
It fiom jour inlnil and ko to Bleep no (ereals, aio ill led and canned
ngaliit It waa to'.ilble." '
"Well, tell iiiu aliout It," said tho
. BEST MEALS IN TOWN AT
Convenient for Orpheura Attendants.
1st Door Waikiki of Central Fire Stn,
OYAL ANNEX CAFE
AL. THURLOW Proprietory late Chief Steward of the
Steaks, Chops, Lobsters, Oysters,
and Frogs' Legs
Cooked to a Turn and Served to the Queen's Taste.
A Royal Welcome Here. Cor. Nuuanu & Merehaut.
'Yei,' the chuliman milled h.ull
jotiug man. "It mift lmu been mi '.Many of our members do not Iti.o '
InteroitliiK dream.". , ! ill led and canned NOBctablcs or dried j
"lutciciitliiR? I'Kh!" and tho old i.nd inntiuit fiults, to thoy otcil that i
man nhlorcd. "Ii was but I'll tell tho n-st of us should not eut them.'
jou about It. I ", 'In the imniu of licit en,' I nhilek-
I found niKolf on a rallioad train.1 (d, 'what do jou eat lieic? What
How I Rot theie, or wheiu I wart do jou men eat? How do jou llo?'
bound, I don't .know; hut theie I was.j "'Wo eat nothlni; but nuts,' tho
in tho bPRlnnliiK of tho dieam. I (.luiti tiimi told me.
was the only passenger nnd for wmie "'Nuts!' I tiled, 'Nothing but
le.ison or other tho tralniiipti treated ruts!'
mo with a gieat ileal of deference That's all,' ho answered. Woth-
nnil consldeiatlon, as much as though Ing but nuts not een water. In
I wore the pieddent of tho mail. All fait, wo luno no water here.'
day long the tialn traveled thr(iugli "All this llnio tho other ibnunlt
a bcjullful Kiuutiy,niid Ilnallj, ,latu tecineu icg.uded my itlHtoiiilltiiio
that lilght. It enlcrcd a tlt? :l with a great deal of Hjmpathj-. It
Tho poiteis and trainmen helped showi.il In their countenances. Hut
mc with no grips, and umbiella. and tlicj hald nothing.
cane, anil the iiindiii tor led thii wayl " Sn rood but nuts!' I walled. 'And
out of the nil Theio was a gieat why only nuts?'
hhoiit an I appealed on tho platruiu "llpiauso w'ts am all niilly.' the
and I notlieda lingo crowd wnsgath- toiuniltlceinen answuipd In iiiiiwiti.
eied, nnd I uiiiliislooil, somo way or " 'llul I am not nutty!' 1 bhoiited
other, that It was to greet me. I pngillj'.
tinned and took from a porter my "No, not now,' the chairman to
umbiclla, an net that caused tho piled, 'but jou will bo If jou slaj
clioois to change to laughter. I failed hcio long.'
to uuilci-Etaud what It meant, but I " (Jentleiiien,' I said, 'I do not un
did later, anil mi will jou, when jou I'pistand, On what l.lnd of a theorj
hear my storj is this place tun? What kind of a
"A leeopllon ininmlttco eamo for-. I vn U It?' '
waul, tho cliiilrnian giected mo by '"A piohlbltlou town; In fact u
ntiino nnd Intmdured mo to tho other, prohibition land,' tho ihaltmau an
members, all of whom welcomed mo sweicd. 'Let mo explain: AVo hao
warmly. j applied piohlbltlou irlniliiles wher-
' 'No doubt jou aio hungij',' said epr It Is possible If homo man does
tho chairman, 'and would prefer to not like any p.u titular thing, ho b
havo something to pat befoio jou do gins mi agitation against It, and uu
anythlug else ' jilcr our sjstcm of gtnermuout tho
" 'Kino suggestion,' I said. 'I mil election Is always curled by the an
as lllllictv as I ran be' I Mh. .Ins.t vvliv I fnnnnt n.nl.i,. 1...1
..- --- - --- . . . ....... ...., . .,i(llw ,. L.,ta,,i, ill,,.,
"Wo walked Into tho railroad sta-j tho ahtl3 always win, no matter what j
won dining-room ami sat uowii to 11 tlio artnio may bo.'
beautiful table I was overjoyed ut "'Wo have voted out all foods, as
the piospcet of a meal that would ho Jou have learned. Yeais ago wo ot
In keeping with the elegant thlim cd out tlgars, all tob.uco, In fact. Tho
nnd tho cxpenslMi rut glass. I people who didn't llko nowspapeu,
'"llrlng me a porterhouse steak, , magazine!., and books started an ngi
I bald to the waiter. 'Make It a nlco tatlou and wo oted them out. Thou
thltk one, not luolled too ninth. ' wo wilcil out stieet cms, licc.iuso
"Tho ihalrmaii Interrupted mo thieo or four iipivouh nnieii didn't
with a whisper. like them, but I guess It's Just as well
'Nobody Is allowed to oat meat.'.wo did. for wo havn no street lamns
ho said. 'Wo voted out meat thieo and we'd piobably bo iim down nnd
Jems ago. You sec,' nnd this was killed If tho cub iiiu, becniiMi when
whlspeied timlblciillally, 'hoveinl of tio abolished the'iu It was against tho
our most piomlneiit mon made them- law to h.ivo lights In or 011 them, or
selves sick on meat and that stinted to havo gongs on thcni.
an agitation that ended In 1111 election " 'Yostenlay an agitation was start
and the anti-meat ineii won by n vote cil against baiber shops, and In a few
of 1,000,0(11 to 1,000,000. It was weeks thoy will bo abolished '
close, but thoj won, so thoio's no "I took tho chairman aside,
nipat ' I "'I suppoho jou 'voted dry hcio,'
"'Oh, teiy well,' I said, 'then I'll I wld. 'I mean you otod out the
lake htiamblcd eggs.' saloons.'
"'Well, I'm boiry,' said tho chalr-i " 'Yos, wo toted diy.' honnsweicd
man, 'but eggs wpio otPd down four "'That's all light,' I said, 'let's
jcaiH ago. Personally, I think oggs J on aml bhako tho other fellows and
aio all right, and I think a majority hunt up a speak-easy.'
or our cltlens do, but tho nntl-eggs. "'It's no use," ho replied. 'You
won the clettlou ' can't net a ill Ink of nil) thing In this
"I was much disappointed, hut I place.'
thought that while I was in Itonio 1 " 'Whj,' I said, 'lha only place that
would do as tho Hoiuans do, and mako ' or heaid of whero 11 man can't get !
tlio best or things, bo I said to tho a dunk Is holl.'
waiter, 'Then bilng 1110 somo fried "'Sine,' said the chaliman, 'and
polaloes ' that's exactly whnio ym me now '
" 'It's iinforltinalo that you Dboiild "I roll oxor In n faint and then
outer tho oiy things that tho Kiwwoko up."
UArjXQaKSV.:i.in r nTmn-iri.., :
CK!:r, rKJ,, 3 Jn Recwgk -alu that vpj.leu-t op ths
-) 1 . nir. wj
?he dreaded bubonic plairue has reappeared," -f-Jsi1!?:
a tho CitlrenV Health Commiltee, "and it is rtima."-N Vv"H.
a diceass ol the rat." Kill oil the rati with Stccrnc' TV TiV-iv
ni:ctrlc Paste. It is sure death to rats, and Is endorsed by
both national and loeel bealdi officers. The Government
buys hundreds o' poands it a time.
JRsstf smaeS g3sifa Pssstiw
Is sold by all drugslftts and
general stores or sen: ciicct
prepaid on receipt of price.
Even .1 yju have no rato
now, get n box ol Stearns'
Pasta at once for time of
need and uss it when tho
iirot rat npr-nrn. It Is guar
.ox tsx CBj la wx. bi 31.00.
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tor ailJtf f7A tv(if i
! i'r7. .. .. tMiiiHft
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fr 'i3w.Kfsi m
This Ililk is of the very highest quality, and costs less
tlinn half the price of Frssh Milk.
It is very licli in nutritive value, and saves shot ton
ing when used for cooking purposej.
It keeps for any lMigth of time, and is absolutely pure.
Order from yoar Er03'v-
Thco. ii Davics & Co., Ltd,,
HONOLULU UNDERTAKING CO.
has the latest method in the art of
embalming, so that bodies can be
kept any length of time, und still
produce a lifelike appearance.
Givo him a call and his work will
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