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, 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 amuses us like the end men of a minstrel show. We don't know his name and if we did we would not name it of course. But he attends strictly to his car a perfect martinet. "Get on." "Don't get off yet." "Can't ring the bell here, too late." "Can't ring the bell there, don't you see the hill?" I can tell you he means to "magnify his office" and while "Xtgteattsnm Jfrnllety a gallon.' HONOLULU, MARCH, 1905. he's on the car it will be conducted safely to the terminus, and when there he tries his best to wear out a broom. This is a world. He's as sharp as a squirrel and reminds us of one. tv s "Human nature is at bottom right, loyal and generous. In the darkest and most ravaged heart there may survive, as in the ruins of a temple, a last lamp, forgotten by the last priest, which burns still for truth and goodness. Henry. J m A GARDEN. A rough lot has within a few weeks been turned into a garden near by and to-day we noticed a large bed of flowers lavender purple and white the colors often in demand. Somebody has started an industry. Here, it is but to sow and to water and then the increase. M O w The Portuguese now have fine large brown eggs on hand seven for a quarter. Look at the tiny vineyards on this Punchbowl ! and figs also. jt j w' Go to Coyne's and take your choice of a baby carriage ; they are so pretty and a comfort indeed. v 2 t5 We are glad to see the grass in the lot opposite the Young. Now if a fairy would after, or just before a rain, scatter over it dandelion or whiet clover seed it would shortly look alive in the early morning and throw off too a certain whiff of fragrance perceptible at the Hotel. It costs so little to make things sweet and nice about us if kept up from clay to day but spasmodic effort is mostly money badly invested. One must be diligent and systematic and keep at it to win even a violet or a daisy. rrrle tM pr Annam"! LSUfi CopUi It Crati J GOOD WILL. A Chinaman and, spnjsj few have a certain tagged persistence and will that will make a hen lay and potato hill. It is a fact. Good will. V V (t JOHNSON. We have never in all our Hawaiian life seen anything like so good roads as at this time no." ie fc? Mr. Ballentyne is a manager, one in a decade and no one can say us nay. There is very little escapes him not of practical financial help only, but the "True and the Beautiful" is a deep thought with him in regard to Hawaii and the Rapid Transit. A man can be breaking stone on the road possibly and yet perchance recollect the velvet damask roses in the little garden-plot in Lancashire. Coyne is an awfully quiet pleasant man to trade with. v iv 5 You can buy a dress length of beautiful cloth at Ehlers for walking skirt or steamer, not too costly. 1 i3 POLITICS. Speaker E. A. Knudsen Vice-Speaker A. Cox Clerk D. Kalauokalani Chaplain S. Desha Interpreter C. Wilcox Stenographer R. A. Kearns Kamaopili Messenger A. G. Duncun Janitor S. H. Meekapu Lilikalani was, as usual, the Beau Brummel of the opening of the Legislature. He had a frock-coat, lavender trousers, patent leather shoes, white tie and a clean collar every minute.