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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, January 24, 1908, 3:30 O'CLOCK EDITION, Page 5, Image 5',
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EVENING! DtJU triN, HONOLULU, T. I!., FHIDAY, .IAN. SI, 100S.
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never lack some
th ing to catch the
fancy of men who
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Cold Storage Meats
kept in such thoroughly sanitary compartments as ours are hetter
than meats freshly killed. Wc arc in a position to supply you with
all of your meats and guarantee you the best service.
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Hiiii.nim rf I lli1
Choicest Old Highland
Bottled d Guaranteed by
(M Strathmill Distillery,
.LEWIS fe CO., LTD.,
SOLE AGENTS FOR HAWAII
FAMILY WINES AND LIQUORS
109 KINO STREET. TELEPHONE 240
Two Lare H
NEVERTHELESS you ca nbc served with the BEST
of everything in the eating and drinking line, in a dining,
room especially set aside for ladies and gentlemen, at
Li AJN DO b
New Lines of Ties, Belts
Smoking Jackets, Bath Robes Just In
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Keith, Banffshire, N.B.
THE ROYAL ANNEX,
Merchant & Nuuanu
Hotel St. Store
OPP. YOUNG HOTEL,
I Writer Points Out Some of the
Effects of Prohi
bition, Few persons have oven n very dim
cnucoptlun of thu magnitude of tlio
brewing business ntul tlio Important
factor It Is toilay In the commercial
and Industrial Ufa of this country. It
Is very iloulitful If tlio nvorago con
servative business man would for a
single Instance encourngo nny move
ment of nny legislation that threatens
(ho destruction of the brewing Indus
trv If ho realized tho disastrous blow
Mich action would be to tho progress
and welfaro of tho business world at
When a peoplo as a wholo aro pros
rerous then Is the tlmo w)ien "Isms,"
fads and extremo Ideas receive their
greatest encouragement or nro good
naturedly or thoughtlessly allowed to
grow and fourlsli. Only after harm
had been done does calm judgment
como In tlio surfaco to tnko In the
fcerlous nature of the result.
Lately thcio lins been n spirit of
destruction passing over this country
under tho guise of reform. In manj
Instances theso reform movements
wero Justifiable, but -In others they
hurt their conception, because of
llagrant abuses, In Individual cases,
mid Instead of attempting to euro
these abuses n course. Is pursued that
lias for Its object tho total destruction
of everything directly or Indirectly,
icmotely or otherwise, connected with
tlio said abuse.
So It Is In the case of browing busi
ness. Because of n non enforcement
of the administrate powers of a com
mouvcalth or community, low dlus
.uo allowed to exist and thrive. I lo
calise somo persons will abuse drink
ing and turn themselves Into drunken
tots, prohibition Is advocated us n
cure-all. However, It Is not the pur
pose of tlio writer to discuss prohlbl
Hon at this time, but to show to tho
peoplo at largo what ono result would
be If tho country adopted prohibition
According to tlio United States cen
sus report for 1903, tlio capital Invest
ed In this country's greatest indus
tries nro ns follows:
llrewlug and malt houses. J.'i;5,370,39'J
Iron and strel mills, blast
furnace, steel works, and
rolling mills 930,327,833
Cotton goods il3,llil,i;55
Lumber uud timber piod-.
I'lour and grist mill prod
Paper, etc. 277,144,171
Agilciiltural Implements.. 18(1,710,700
Slaughtering and meat
Tho ubuvo couiparntlvo statement
Is cited In order lo show tlio position
tlio brewing Industry holds among tlio
most Impoitant commoiclul factors of
the country. It stands today ns the
third greatest Industry, in far as capi
tal Invested Is concerned, In tho Unit
ed States. This tnlilo can bo verified
by any skeptical poiron by Fending for
Iliilletln No. .17, Census of Munuf.ic
turcs, In 1905.
All person at nil coiivcihuut with
business affairs know that lluvpapital
invested in tlio browing luflunusH Is
dono so peimnucutly. The Inuistmcnt
has very little value unless tho Indus
try la In operation. II Ih thcrofoio
apparent that an Investment of almost
$000,000,000 Is at tho meicy of the
"so-called" tempeianco movement
What would bo tho cllcct If nn Indus
try of this magnitude were utterly de
stroyed for destro)cd It would bo If
riohlbltlon wero enforced? Tho de
struction of this ono Industry would
.leavo In Its wako a trail of desolation
In which the wrecks of u score or
mora other Industries, Involving hun
dreds of moio millions of dollars
would would bo Btrown. Among those
latter Industries would bo tho cooper
age manufacture, tho glass and bottlo
fuctorlcs Ice machinery manufacture,
tho hop Industry, tho barley Industry,
the malt Industry, brass and cooper
supply housos and manufacture, beer
bottling machinery manufactories and
many other Industries directly and In
directly connected with tho brewing
It can bo readily scon that tho do
Btructlou would loach nearly u billion
dollars, and jet there aro a vast num
ber of apparently conservatively
minded peoplo who Bit back und com
placently wulch tho Bpread of a move
ment that lias for Its very object tho
total destruction of so valuable an
unset affecting tho f tit tiro continuation
of tlio progress and prospcilty of u
Does nnv ono for a moment Imnglno
(hat tlio financial condition of tills
country would lomnln unruffled dur
ing tlio wilting out of a billion-dollar
Investment? Imagine tho cutting off
at ono blow Hie annual s.ilu of $000,
000,00(1 or more of manufactured
products, In wiping out a markot for
the ealo of Jauj.OOO.OOO worth of agri
cultural und other raw products; In
forcing Into tho Idleness huudieds oC
fhoiisauds of deserving employes, and
In cutting" off $100,000,000 fiom tho
levenuo of our national government.
Is thero any law of God or man that
justlfleH an action which means such
iibsoluto doKlriii'tlou and confiscation
its would bo Iho case If prohibition had
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
-NAME Or STOCK
J Brcwrr ft Co...-..
I taw Com fcSuzCo .
Mnwall.iM Sugar Co...
Itonorou Sugar Co ..
Itrmokaa Sugar Co..
ItfliVu Surtr Co ,
I 1 4
KahuVu Plkhtaflnti Co
Klpahuli. Sugar C..
Knlna -umr Co
McBryilc Sugar Co ... .
Oahu Sugar Co
Ookota Sugar Plant Co
U t 8
uiaa sugar v,o un
VJIUKHl .( .
raa lausutrar risiit -o
Tala PlamailmiCo ....
Pepwero Smikjit Co....
Waialui Auric Co,...,,
Wfiluku Suffir Co ....
Wfllmanald bttcar Co..
biter-Inland Steam N Co
Hawaiian Kicclrlr Co..
Hon R T ft L. Co Trel
Mou KTft I Co Com
Mutual Tclrplirme Co
Nahiku Rubber Co.,
Nalnku Rubber Co.
Oahu K ft LCo... ..
ii, icr 4 -C. .....
Haw leriW pc
HawTcr pc... i
Maw Gov'l i tie
C'tlieetSuj? St Ret Co
rl aiku Stigar Co 6 1 c
Mam DSicIt Co.,
Uit r Ditch 6s
M a w Com ft Sug Co J
Maw Suc;arCo6 pc...
MiloR KCo Con 6 pc
linn K 1 Al L.LODi(
Kahuku P.ant Co 6 pc.
Ualiu KA I, Co6pc'..
Uatm Sugar Co 6 p c
Olaa Sugar Co 6 p c..t
Pnla Plantation Co ....
Pioneer Mill Co 6dc ..
Walalua grlrCo jpc
Sales Uutwccn HoanlH: 10 Haw.
C. & Sug. Co., fSO; linoo IMoiit-ur Cst
Latest sugar quotation 3.80 cents or
$76 per ton.
LONDON BEETS, --9s 9 3-4(1
SUGAR, - 3.81
Henry Wateriiouse Trust Co.,
Stock and Boiid Depaitment
Member. Honolulu stock and Bond
WILLIAM WILLIAMSON. Miingcr,
FORT AND MERCHANT 8T8.
TEL. PRIVATE EXCHANGE 4.
Us way and wero uiforccd In this
Of course, Iho writer anticipates
that tho I'rohlbltlonlst will call atten
tion at once to the millions of dollars
that tho people of this country might
save it they did not purchase tlio
pioduct made by tlio browing Indus
try. They would claim such u use
less expenditure. They would forget
that tho hand that pays for the prod
uct Is liv no mentis tho satno hand
that Is employed In biluglng the piod
uct Into existence Tho man who pay
tho product docs mi voluntarily jet
Iho Prohibitionist by law would pro
vent him from exercising this privi
lege. The man v. ho gains his liveli
hood is producing the product, the
Prohibitionist would nib of his right
to earn a living and deposit his prop,
erty Interest. All this ho would do
In the name of law.
Much more could bo said pro and
con upon this point of thu subject, but
after nil Is said and done, thu fact
remains that Prohibitionist would
wipe out of existence all tho millions
us staled horctofoie, and would other
wise inlse tho It.ivoc that would nat
urally follow as n matter of course.
In Its place, fiom a momentary and
Industrial standpoint, what do wo
STOCKS IN 'FRISCO
Sau Francisco. Jan. 17. Tho clos
ing fiuntntlous for Hawaiian stock
Hawaiian Com SO'j
Hutch S, P 14 Vi
Pniiiiliau 14 Vi
Miss Jennie Allen, of Chicago, ar
rived this nun nlng on tho Alameda to
talto a position In tlio public schools
of tho Territory. Slio will bo as
signed, temporarily nt least, to tlio
Walpahu school and will begin v.orlc
A young man over 21 years of ago
to learn Wireless telegraphy. Ap
ply at Wireless Telegraph Com
pany oiiice, city. ' aao7-:it
Silver watch and pin, Iiotwcen tile
du'iiot and tho l-'lahmurlict. l'lnd
or plenso return to llullotln oflleo
und receive lowaid, 3907-lvv
Hllver, diamond set ring. Hon ornn
meiited. Ileuanl nt thin olllro.
5.oo CG "
J, Ono onn 51
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t,l$o, wio Ior
LOCiL AND fiENEBAL
A Bulletin Want Ad. Is "quickest
it finds the new employe, tells or
lents property while you are "think
ine" about other ways.
Iong black silk gloves nt litem's.
Panama hats cleaned at tho Globe.
Matinee at the Orpheum every
Wednesday and Saturday.
A sine cure for the grlppo n ride
In Qulnn's nulo. Phono 290.
M. S. (Irlnbatim sails In the Claud
lno this afternoon nt 5 o'clock.
Silver Hon ornamented diamond ring
has beno lost. Sco ad this lstio.
Do not forget the dance at the Sea
ride tonight. It will be an event.
Tho Fashion Saloon 13 now serving
an excellent dinner between 1 andj;
Tho Schuman Carriage Co. has
moved to Merchant street, Wnlklkl
Farewell "Alameda Dance" nt tho
Hoyal Hawaiian Hotel Saturday even
Tako your carrlago or automobile
to Hawaiian Carrlago Manfy. Co., for
Tho Oahu Lodge will confer the
Knight Hank this evening. All broth
ers n-o invited to attend.
Honolulu Lodge No. RIO, II, P. O. K .
will meet nt the usual hour this even
ing In Kites' Hall, King street.
A gang of prisoners Is clearing
away looso cornl from tho county
bathing xol In Knplolanl park.
HonV!in Chop llouso open all the
llmo on Hotel street, near Niitumu
Kxccllcnt meals nt lowest prices.
Tho Department of Public Works Is
preparing plans for the changes and
lepalrs of tho Judiciary building.
Plans for tho extension of the wharf
nt Walmca, Knunl, nro being miulu by
the Department of Public Works.
It. A. Temple and A. Tuvares nro
booked to depart on tho steamer
Clnudlno for Maul this afternoon.
A letter by tho Inst mall from the
Coast stated that Mrs. Whiting, wife
of Admiral Whiting, is seriously ill.
Otto Ilcrndt was granted a dlvorce
H'sterday from Ills wife, Kloreilco
Ilcrndt, on the ground of extreme
The only place In tonn to get a
good meal, now that tho two best
hotels have been obliged to close, Is
Attorney W. A. Kinney, accini
panled by Stenographer It. A. Kcnrni,
left for Kiuial J ostorday on the steam
Oahu Lodge No. 1, K. or P.. will
have woik In tlio rank or Knight this
evening. All visiting brothers are cor
dially Invited lo attend.
M-o o-v-l n g spollH "plllkla." One
thing needn't tioublo jou; that's ox
pressage. Nothing delayed or dam
aged by tho Union-Pacific Transfer
The. University Club ball Is the
twellcst social function of the season
Well ilrvHsAl men aie prcpailng for It
by getting their evening stilts, dress
hlrts, etc., nt Sllva's Toggery.
D. II. Davis, tho Wnllukii business
man and horseman, who has been lu
town on business In collection with
the Fourth of July ineo-mectlng nt
Spreckels Park, returns to Maul this
Miss Nell llodnett airlved on the
Alameda this morning to tako the po
rl t ton wllh Kinney & .Marx vacated
by her sister. Miss Nan llodnett, who
returns to S.m Francisco on the Ala
tueda next Wednesday.
Manager IMvvlu O. Child of tho Ha
waiian Hotel expects to sail for tho
Coast by the Korea early next month.
no was oncp'ii inn posuiuii oi arsist-i
mil malinger oi mo Young, nut no
clitKd It, us he wants to get hack to
There will bo n f pedal rehearsal of
part songs' to bo sung at tho forth
coming orchestral concert on Febru
ary 0, In Charles It. Illshop Hall, this
afternoon nt t o'clock in tho Kllnhnnn
Art League romns. All oro particular
ly requested to attend.
Joseph Kauolio, defendant In tin
unit frit- ,llviir,.f lirmiplit li Mni-n't ALI '
Kauoho, has tiled a motion to strike
from the flies of Iho Court tlio lih-d
Lint's amended complaint, filed yes
terday by Charles Achl, on the ground
that It was Improperly tiled and forms
no nart In the records In the cause.
Tho commltteo of tho Associated
Charities appointed to study the
causes and remedies for poverty, held
u meeting yesterday afternoon and or
ganized by tlio election or Judge Dolo
ns nu honorary member or Iho com
mittee, R, A. Mott-Bnilth ns president,
V. L. Whitney as hecrctary, and V.
V. Thayer ns treasurer.
Two Japanese artists who were
"hutching th coast lino of this Isl
and, Including Pearl Harbor with its
lochs and entrance, Honolulu harbor
and Kalllil bay, woro surprlbcd throw
das ago by ono of tho Alcwn lot
owners on Alcwn Heights, llclleving
that the Japanese weio s.iics, tho
owner of tho lot seized the tanvnbes
uud other belongings and destroyed
TO INSTALL DRAKE
Hoveuuo Agent Thomas Is expert
orl In in-i'li'.. lion, fin tlwi TfiniTnHn tn '
mako a formal transfer of the local
revcmio ofllco to thn newly appointed
collector, Waltor Uralie. The tiuns
fee will be nnile on I'ebruarv in.
gy BULLETIN ADS, PAY -TJR2
THE SWELLEST EVENT
Society looks forward to the
University Club ball, on Feb. 7th.
No other function draws together
so many elegantly dressed women
and well groomed men. If you are
to attend, a HART, SCHAFFNER &
MARX suit of evening clothes will
be necessary to your correct appear
ance! We have the latest in even
ing suits, and the best there is in
dress shirts, collars, ties and cuffs.
Elks' Bid., King near Fort Tel. 651
v s . - !5 N - - s - -. . i
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O "A thr'penny ro o' stout $9
W an' Ijitter wi' th dull off" , f
( ,' There's always a chill on (ft
i Rainier I
5? and it's better for it. ,
J Rainier Bottling W'ks Tol.1331
Hawaiian Iron Fence
NEXT TO YOUNG BLDC 7-l0
WHY TAKE CHANCE3 ELSEWHERE WHEN YOU CAN OFT A
from ua for lest money and on easy payments, without Intereit, o
liberal recount for cash. There Is no cash reslc'.er to abiolutolj
certain of raiulta at a National. Every National la guaranteed ai to
workmanship, durability and repair.
WE ARE SOLE AGENTS.
THE WATERHOUSE COMPANY
Ladles' Spec'al Waist Pattern
One of AlcCall's Specials
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Also materials io make it up at
E. W, Jordan fc Co., Ltd.,
and Monument Works
Kl NQ STREET.