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! BY AUTHORITY- I inn n r mt n n n f ni mfrrn . r 1 n P f 1 ft H n o v ; lli s r IK ?flESSI0;!S OF mOIIA, lltlD 111 '1 WHCKIvAS, the OoDpi f the Cnital Sfalw lia dwlartxl tUat Ktntf of -uur pxiftt. afid '' V WHEniL6, the Irire.nf ihcar iHiartmcnt i to ithtuU the - thlfSiaStiC Booster, National CJuard of iTirT lifted stales fcf America und 1lie rarrotw- ' -: 4 . .: , .r; ftateji and territoricHTU to fulJ.vac utrp ugtli, and seven feet lon standla up and rid, lag th waves a therjae ia.and go out. These islanders are human ducks; 1 presumably they like water and all thing pertain tai to water, and natur ally they .should be Prohibitionists by birth.' location, education and environs.. j I icq oj ine Miue lOkra, iuq raure vuw-. fit should be Baptists, though I met 1 ':- . v., - A, ,--- - 'cZ''ZmLii:J Jfit should be Baptists, though I met Kos Harris, Here Recently, Is Converted From opposition to( rbyterian r to on th wands. 5tatpc nnd ' Becomes Fn.' ho bad a satisfied cr comfortable 1 1 ail Ail O nilltlrAClUVII IW WNM viuvv ... .7 '' " wriKflKAH. a1hijjt)f-liKtin!r wm-e. Wiir wm Ueviarai wj DC few months since and was at tbe speaker at on of f . i . i i i ...- a. -n:-: :-w.-V in - - 1 Club Itmcbecru. after a return U or.r umi.jroifoniiviTO J? "i ,.'r :v; .mainland to the Witchiu ; -r vVIlEKK.Wlta5?lJaHail.Nationai uuani nat proven iuw i a:m,e hi8 impression? of U iTpKnoiifr airif tL'iitlonal XinartR of the vanontatM and ; the EacJe published in full in one ! ' ,Z..f . " ".A-.tr. ' , r , SunIar editions giving almost a ,.: nnfniMVkTL' - t-'H'itfl'vl 1.' ITVtTII (!rdfnnH nf K) . - . ibe Trrritorr.or iliiT.it antin 'oniuianur-in vJty uium uaiu au: r; National HSard-: wntiwttnat-'Wrl-:. luan nviui? iu ana nor i ' - V Kos Harris, wbo'was m Honolulu a tune the Ad the 4Kas) HawalL These of iU page the : artie'e under the heading of Ilawaii The iJind of Aloha." In this article jlarris said in part: io the -CnikMl states ot Aurrjca and the Territory ! 'nlift'tlliwitn :thcytjbnal ilqard of Hawaii k 1 t i - 3 -.1 i . ! i "ALOHA - falls in soft, liquid ac th-rttlH;xnaiuiffriir" valuuta lii serrlccsffenU -on to trateter's ear, as he em- for the icfiod of lKfJEKIi'MOXy WIIEKKOF, I have hereunto Het .my hand and t-anml 1 lie (iresit Heal of the Territory of Hawaii to be affixed, v oik attlie Caiutol, in Honolulu, this fourteen! U day of April, ': A. 1 ). 1071. a - V': (SKAI,) - ; LUCIUS E. PJNKHAM, :;':.;'.. , (Joveruor of the Territory of Jilawaii. V HY THE (JUVERXOIl: ' WAHE WAHREN Tn AVER. i Kecretarvf Hawaii. y. : , i f i j? 'r "4- I I- rxn nWm. Armour naW1 t:- Brand of Canned Foods ' ; : Canned Vegetables Purity, Tlavor cid Gooknesy ytj VycribestProducts J '."- '.v :Are G'iiarantced: '"r ' ; : , . . v ' , i i (( I if v,. , r,,; --. r.-r.r.Vr rr;r;;., v'': jjhe ss-il -to. President. Lincoln, that he Islands. 1 t The "Hawaiian language has twelve letters; syllables end In a vowet. The vowels do not work on any "Union 1 Labor Scale,? but work at least sixteen hours a day all the year around. Hence, no matter how Ions a word Is, when yon hear a native roll It off in his soft voice, it fairs as sof t cn the pars as a maiden's kiss on the lips of her lover, or the "spank? of. a grand mother on fccr. first grand child. tWe old folks all understand this.) ; -ALOHA" , Is a welcome, a greeting, a goodbr. a farewell, a parting, i You hear It cn the boat, on the nignway, on the streets' at the beach, at the otel, at sonrtse, noon . and twilight. s'lt Js adopted by all residents of the .islands, including Chinese Portuguese and r Nipponese. The bands play r Aloha,"- the children sing it and the bid people hum " it. It is the word , "Univefsal, just as the goW dollar Is tha universal paasrort in society on ; the "mainland." y ' r " ) 'The hearty greeting of the islands : to the stranger appears to bcnatural. not put on' like the "handshake", of folitidan, running for a two ox. rour yea r "bread-tickef at the yearly elec tions, and then relapsing into the reg- ular -pump-handle - handshake"' ' when Jthe ballots are counted. "v f I v After Mark Twain pald-hls eloquent tribute ; to Honolula- and after;. Jack ;Lond6a wrote trpon . the" Istandsr ah4 I the Ah"Fong family, it is with.a great f deal of timidity, (actual or assumed) that the writer takes his pen.fn.hand tor rather, dictates to js stenbgraph er) 'and v gives his impressions rof the Pad jc sea. Isiands, - atinexed" v to ;; the Vnit?d $tate; which - annexation was eohally: opposed : and 'cchdemned but has i now been condoled by. the people of tbe United SUtes. ' v " -Vv'r look. Just as thousV they believed it was predestine t and foie-ordalncd thatt they were to die and be taken direct j than mortal painter can paint on his from Honolulu' to the "bosom of Abra- i canvas with a brush, his mind was ham." ' " j carried back almost two generations Oleanders and Ot"er Flowers j t h1a Aid Sunday School, where 1 When the writer, was a "kid" (a , one Sunday afternoon an old "Mother! real sweet curley headed boy) his. In' Israel' took the infant class to tbe;Tnmma was.iae owner , in i dfirtr and Do!nted out to them the rain- lle of three certain flowers. bow and told them the story of the Oleander. Hibi3cus and another flood and the covenant of the Almighty or tne t;ati ramuy.. t nese that this was to be a sign that there ! re of the "hot house j .. . ' n i i i.'vi ritv " Thov Imntlv a never w as io v buj muie uuuu.. "" " ' ", - "'"; ' - :,".-"- - " " " K i monos. Mandarin Coats, Etc. s THE CHERRY 1 137 Fort St. i opp. Pauahi - to the location of the balance of thatwox as mucn cars ss a leaning mut. &M7t&' v V' "; ' ' -r Infant class, the writer has no knowl-jln the fall of the yar. and - hen the S&vv- .;? ivr edge: but there is one member of tbatjfrost was on the pun.vkin, and the y-i:-.- iv ?. rTi class who still: remembers that Ics- fodder' in.. the shook" they j:cre' in ''Z r,"s..v"'. -on . - j more danger of taking a death or cold- -And the rainbow caused the writer than any mamma's "Little , Willie.": ; .i J; : rf to," go' to the attic of his memory and I Harsh, rude, insulting and sometimes v dig among the old memories there aud j coarse words and language was made ;xc??v'M;J-. kg? Ztt--'':j&-:y$&& fish out the Sunday school lesson- of j use of in the " fall cr spring thcralnbow. . . I man-folks ss these tender plants Liauid Sunshine I Pt down into the ceilar and taken 't. i.A. a i. nii.lin the spring. These things. -iim ..,t,hp -V nn,rth9tla ti net house clothing and surround 11-, - -a - wefe said to bo "prize-winners ,.M.,pn((npM n n howefer, they - wer all, demLed buObere In enoagh to keep the token ot the COVENANT of the Aimignty in ceased r ded aud were "discard." rcrap-heap and the writer's window the rainbow spanned . : V . I w.n lc . " 1 ,-tthe family all joined nands x-awk h fi.rtunr on ih Smith One? KmS arouna a rosy, goouoy .ritmnnn I Mffiimr (mm' ilaleiwa. the s AVhen I reached the Hotel jir .ttontinn tn Parinrt anion at Honolulu about ; the . first Heights and there was a rainbow, oh j thing - that struck my vision was a the mounUins, four or five miles away, !.fence or: hedge, about ten or twelve and apparently two or three hundred . feet hish and half a mile long, of feet down from the summit and soma me uu orqer, anu i ws : '-"-'- dlstance up from the base, which rain-J fcqw was apparently- one hundred feet J cr more wide and three-quarters of a were . -.O 4C -v?i::; : v.; i ' VVV .:'.! .Vv-;? --fi; J. V,3,'' & V. 'Vt.'A!..;;. '.. J ."'iv VO'., ' In their 3. 4i:S .. - When. fcni:s: li.'itSvf put -in. the . 2zt - ash pile. 3 . ; mourner o' I f, 1 '"' " ; vlrlr-- . H - 7ndsa!rC5 :?SSSS J Pleas- I ::-rrHgQlr'' g W ; v - ' v! - , I ' ndivlduallythe writer was opposed to the scheme oL annexation, but frta A9H1 ITnni-klvli'i ha'Wfift V2MVI i,"1'' m.t-wY ,..r.-. .. . , - i-nsraiy seep pis on a ucwut, ws I clnated and lt..Ttook,".-intvh41i. i- j;b4laved safe i boat '..behold a,-"sur ready,, able and, willins, as Artemus 'Ward was during tb Tebellion.: when ... r -H, Qu:;a rnd. Alalica Sts. I.'- 3 . 41 . ' . i . .' 1 ... ' ' ' s ' ' ' - : .r-': . : -" -'..4 . f i Hi-. I . .- ' - ' . ' ' ' r I f 'uncle' o r , grandf athex had, been abje to r carry Vvith him a little Vest Pp'cket Kodak - as; deep, bright and separate as It was possible - to create them, u JooKea at It huge fhg pi seven colors was laid on the "side of. the mountain to bring to the .inindaVof the Islanders that there was neveiv to be another floQd. And thacbvsnanfc. pC. the AI wjghty was stHl lazuli force' at Ha waU. l c .VA! ine prairie win-vj: y ' -; To a man -of the; prairie, whose knowledge of water is A.spring-frcshet, a mud dam for a pond, a .bathtub ora well, the ways of vthe, Hawaiian islanders, reaching farther than "from Wichita to' Kansas City, M IssoUfl. where eytrf visit ft a boat and hours or days are consumed , In the trip, ioiild weiry the prairie man.: v : ..ft-la also some prepiexlng for the 4T$ed-in the-bone' land man, who can hirdly keeph.ia recj on.a aecenvweu- rkkr" on a iboard two f cet wideband that it was a Xight Blooming Cefeus and that bloomed some thousands nightly! jlnrin; . the season. y Subse quently: in walking around, I ""saw - a nice hedge, about, three feet wide and tour feet hlsto,. neatly trimmed, full of green lea ve3 and red flowers.; Upon inquiry, thi3 was found tp be a HiM3- cbs."';. f. .;7". - ; Shades ' ot United States - Hortlcu- i . runner jnquir .ana - eyo-sigm closed that, si least .miles and miles of .. Night Bloorain'if; pereus and Hibiscus grow' on the Islands.- In all the rad icncejof .sunflowers, on the" sunbrown ed plaini of my own beloved Kansas, in tae early daysiVn ,:,';.:;- .. x :One day T chanced upon a tree,' full of .beautiful red,, blooms. This tree was thirty feet high,v with lop- about , twenty-four .feot. acrcsa and. this was ah Oleander: - . Mere fhadss of tj. S.' HorUcutturlsts who reared, and brought to 'bloom a sickly thiag they.. called an Oleander; fhd hero th.ere were hundreds of. them, n var!oos sizes and colors. 4' . TEN MEN WITH HOSES CXH'Tf DO THE WORK OF ONE 1-1 ystem: " Spray from the many nozzles' xS - the ' Skinner System 1 comes down as mist, watering uniformly: without bruis ing most tender plants - or caking the ground. And in ; : one season it will save you enough in wages to pay for it.; v Let us explain to you in person the merits of this -won-" derful new invention- Lewers; , 5 , -. . . .. - .A ' Lumber and Building Material. ' ; 169-177 So. King St. '11 during the stirring imes;., pVeceding ; the ; V - GivJl? Vefy hovpfLzefowieally-. ble tKccc: old picturesiquld be now! ; ; Never t in zz then" KeAjT there been day3 $o v v filled with momeritoUs happenings. : : But 'every col-r nowwheiher fegulair' Nar j . v, uonaiAjura or r:erve. can carry a rvoqaK , ana, maiie pictures mai twiii comprise a . - . ' . : nir e 'cb 1 ' "ct : N h in thcyears to come. . : 'i . . .-; i-.-v V- ' .:.; ,' -.a ''-..- T k rt!N'rvr j l'-V Kodak Headquarters" 105FortSt. dowT'thi rebellion,, eyen so;! . am ready to Ahake 'th b'ame'.sacriffaei before 4. will consent pbaxelthe- Stars. yand Stripes wh5ch I saw. waving. over the Capitol- building hauled down - ? : Victor Hugo -once said,- ."Copies nev eA, succeed., - Therefore, I 'will saddle my ponyr loosen the xeUvgire him. bis headi and : let hint wander; browsing grass, i While I give 5 my own prairie impressions ' of Honolulu; as- a 'little child - tells" story, without regard to j chronology of events or things, as they , happened, but just es tne memory of i things appears on the. rphoto-jiate '. o: my mind. 'rf:. - , : -.-.7 About 8 6cloCk ' on iho night be fore we reached Honolulu: some one discerned' W"r the distance the HghV bouse, far away in the-vest, on one Ci the islands. VThis lighrwhlch ap icared fike a'starwas not lanaVbut, iike faithlt; was the r evidence of "CfilngVi nnseeh and Ue substance ."of the"1 'things loped- for." - 'Land would foot hsv$ created any. more interest w' cntnusiasm inaiv tnat.ium jigni, a tar ' hanging .low ;'ypoTi , th w.ater j that proclaimed the .end oi-a journey, over Indlgo-bTue waters, smooth as Ice and as tranquil as an inland lake. - At five oclock the next morning, ev erybody was up, watching. foj the lit-, the tasollne launch, to' tomo to us hnd take on the 'United States - Ins pectors ' afid fth jpassengeTS'iwere faHt: ranged up In a row on- the' deck,"' like crlra-1 inals. to be Inspected for certain Veil t known noxious, contagious and "catch- able" disease,- of which - the 'human body Is susceptible, the possessioniof any, one or more of which said diseases made an undesirable citizen- in the landbf Kamehameaa t, the;Alcxahder The Rainbow Und . ' 1 - y' khow" that the rainbbw is the '. token ot "the covenant that thei-e is never to be any jnore forty day and) forty ; n ight ' downpour cf water, over- j whelming the earth. See Gen.;,9:13-$. j No man, woman or 'child, who has ever t read about the rainbow, ever,- forgot j the covenant,when he, she br it be held the rainbow snl the seven crig- fnal colors. By the fray, the said j number seven has a goodT deal of at tention paid to it In the Bible (Seven has a' good deal of dignity to it," re-; lating the holy things; for example 1 j thtv following Items if e mentioned: The world has made, fully, completed and dedicated in seven days; there are seven graces, seven divisions in the Lord's Prayer; seven ages in the life ot man. the just mania. Is seven times 1-a day (the. numerous falls 'of the nn- iust - man are ; not tnenuqned) ; tae moon has seven phases; the Sabbatical year waJs every even years; the Jubilee -a " at..it IVnn eoTiln 'vixr.- thrrft ' were seven horns and seven trurtpcts and old Pharohsaiv seven klne and seven ears of corn.) Tpis, however," is 'not 'an article on scv$n .but, on, the sven colors of the rainbow and we therefor pass along- ' V , .-. ' - i A writer, who visited the Islands J some years ago.v named the islands -RAINBOW LAND." And as the writer . one , afternoon beheld the ; "arch : of tha Pacific Heights of Honolulu', with Its seven stripes, more, vivid in color Ji :-'tjKt "iViKr:?i'i "i y-y:T.y .v-'. ' -;"''. . . . '.. .'4 --"cr.-. .i i-K-f '- lA ; M -; ":.: -. .'.. : . t ' . '. V: '.' ' ': . 1 i 4 if I ; v'-v;v-. . - ; Tn . n . .O i n m i ; ii u - it mi i assb .m i 1 1 - -w . ssi i 1 x w i. it .11 rr r 11 t I uTa 1 II n ' X 1 V 1 1 lAfTjl. lLlfi ; H A. L aJJLII - - V : W VWS rW v- y :v- -i-- a T- -ty ' ."AV'.r. : V-"'--'' --" - :X'-..-'v '...'.' Wl v II Hfl 4f . AMk - 'V'T:-' - in im iTii 11 11 11 n 11 ir-52s2ir- 1 n ail . vw Vi V'" v -&Ji:1 f" J: :!- ;r.''r' t . Our front doors are closed temporarUy but; the ''qu that is the basis for our- present rebuilding and expansion, continues. - v Our veteran employe's understand the art of selecting .choicviands, r: , ;. and use it for your benefit. 1 Satisfaction is assured.; , J ;'f; ; f - - ' to any .V'V,' nri no r r7 v" .''11 ?:n'v-; .I. ' JHIJHI.UJLIII ji'i .'iuiiJai ' " " - i " i ' rxg.szjq , i ' : ttT-.-t I, ii i- ,7-,. . f rJf- T.- . 1 1 . 1 1 .1 - ' ...... .- ..';.".".. ... ... :.,., ;.,,..:'..- 'jf ..",. .1 . 1. t-. - : s ..'.'- -j- -..:.;?...-.. ...'.." .-.-...-, t , - . . " . . 1 ; '.'..-' 2 : ' - - f t .