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If a man can write a better book.
preach a better sermon, or make a
better mouse trap thin his neigh
bor, though he builds his house in
mc wcoas, me worm win, nunc u
beaten path to his door. Emerson.
Hnn ivnr.rlnoii hnvtnir voted for
clicnp liquor llconkosy It'mny have
n I so voted Into iilllco n cheap lot ot
men to enforce mo mw.
Ono or the best examples Hawaii's
temperance radicals could give ol
jj the Justice and virtus of their cause
(H would l)t reasonable temperance In
.V their radicalisms.-
Ilnnolulu business approaches the
holidays under full head of steam.
and ho judges tlio Hltuatlon well
who concludes that tliorq will be
no let-up In tlio pressure ot prog
iii. - n
It la about lima Dr. Cook began
to nssemblo bin data. Commander
Peary is keeping bin polar trull eo
warm that tlio man who claim':) to
have arrived first will, bo lost In Uie
clear waters of polar truths.-
Hawaii has gono nearly ten days
without n mall from tlio const. Why
don't they present Inability to get
mall across the water as ono of tho
arguments "for tho program that will
wipe tho American merchant marlno
completely off tho seas?
ANOTHER GOOD RECORD.
Prompt action by the Lcglslaturo
on tlio amendments proposed for the
Organic Act conflict the Judgment
of tho30 who supported tho Gover
nor In hla 'conclusion that the Im
portance -of -the subject Justified the
calling of tho Legislature, and is
further reassuring because the re
sult shows that tho Legislators un
derstand their responsibilities and
have dono' their work promptly and
with exceptional dispatch.
This second special session or tho
Legislature iriay .bo -put down aa an
other of tho records that go to prove
tho ability ot Hawaii's pcoplo to
Tho "record,, la most crcdltablo In
Wlillo contemplating the result
wo dcslro to call our readers' at
tention to tho fact mentioned by
tills paper when the matter of call
ing tho session' 'was In doubt, that
tho pcophj.jiml U(elr representatives
koldom grvnstray whon their atten
tion Is centered on ono definite
clear-cut, well-understood Issue.
Tho II u l'l,o,t,l n assisted in block
ing action by Congress on tho Or
ganic Act amendment when"lt was
to be carried out without consulta
tion of "tlio people as to tho contents
or tho form of the amendments.
fhe Hjt 1 1 o 1 1 ii assisted ,ln get
ting action after the pcoplo had had
a rf, thorough understanding of what
iiiu uiuuuuuiuiiiH wert? aim ineir rep
1 icscntatlvea" In tho Legislature had
J; the opportunity ot passing on them.
nils naner tircsents thn record to
' tho Governor aa an Instance of tho-
ract that tho chief cxecutlvo ot any
Territory, must' act with HTo" people
l I.I.. n'.lH.lntr,itlnn f 1 -Jl
i ma uuiuimoniniuii ia io biici'eeu.
, COHEN, WOOLEY, HAWAII AND
Just as expected, tho alleged
agreement made by the Hon. Joel
Cohen with tho radfeal temperance
forces was tho mos4 ephemeral,
ghostly, dreamy, filmy, Intangible
thing that was ever hatched la tho
I.vpryuody who thought anything
about It, know us woll as unyone
could know that tho Anti-Saloon
Leaguo could no moro become n par
ty to such an 'agreement" than tlio
church could agree to quit Its creed.
Tlio whole proposition was a po
litical dodgo to help Mr. Cohen out
ot a political hole in which ho had
placed himself on tho taxation
question and sidetrack tho liquor Is
sue for tlio regular session of tho
.If that "agreement" mado by Mr.
Cohen with Mr. Cas'tlo had been a
real agreement, one of those honest
understandings that has real valuo
among' men uble to carry out what
they promfso without nny later
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NOVEMBER 5, 1909
quibbling over what was Intended,
It might have "had some standing on
a platform "of common honesty.'
Hut Mr. Castle could not deliver
the Anti-Saloon League, and ' the
II u 1 1 o 1 1 n believes ho knew It and
had no1 intention of so doing. This
paper also feels, after reading the
correspondence given out, that tho
radical temperance men with whom
Mr.' Castle talked, 'had uoUdea Ot
delivering the endorsement of the
Anti-Saloon Leaguo to ceasing agita
tion on liquor legislation. '
Tho whole thing was a trick as
Jesuitical In Its whole frame-up as
the methods oD tho 'radical saloon
men nre usually charged by tem
perance people with being crooked.
If the, Anti-Saloon League en
tered Into tba't agreement, ns an un
derstanding reached and to bo car
ried out with honesty of purpose,
John 0. Woolley rwduld be out ot
work and some of 'the' aspiring poli
ticians of the city would loscono ot
the easiest ways of catching the
thdughtless tcmjierance voto that
exists today.' This' city Is replete
wlth exnmples ot political aspirants
capable of personally becoming full
as a goat" on Intoxicants, who
straighten up and -shout on temper
ance because they want to get Into
the prohlbltlon-ybte 'fold, and In
deed are accepted, aa worthy follow
ers ot tho cause' Ot course they
' -y be worthy, but fo'lowcrs'of the
..ause- musi nor. oe ao&ry, u tncy are
Judged by -nien of common honesty
recording' to (he 'character ot some
the alleged converts, who, drink
all the red liquor they can get free
and then'call fori more. ' r
As far as tbo.rrelatlons between
liquor .Interests as. represented by
Mr. Cohen and the temperance In
terests as represented by Mr. Castle
are concerned, the average citizen
who believes in applying the rulo ot
common honesty to. all public mat
ters Is again convinced ot the sound
judgment shown In' tho conclusion
that you rcan no' more obtain
straightforward, commonly honest,
above-board treatment from tho
ladlcal temperance men than thoso
temperance men claim yon dan ob
tain from the radical liquor men,
whom, they vcharge with striving to
Tho fact of tho mutter Is that tho
two radical wings arc bowling drunk
with prejudice. v
This having been established by
tho experience of many years both
In Honolulu and throughout the
mainland, tho nverago, right-living,
Independent, thinking, temperate
citizen naturally seeks somo middle
Ho knows from experlenco that
under any circumstances It he takes
a stand tor that which ho believes Is
right and gets Into the open, ho will
be charged by tho radical temper
ance' forces as In laguo with-the
demon rum. So ho hesitates and
does not oxert tho lulluenco ho
might and ought to exert for creat
ing conditions satisfactory to tho
average fair-minded,- liberty-loving
members of tho community.
Of course the citizens or the Ter
ritory of Hawaii, except for a very
small prejudiced minority, do not
want prohibition of tho lquor 'traffic
In these islands. Hawaii has been
and now stands for high license.
Tho presence of John O. Woolley
before tho United States" Congress
contesting for prohibition In Hawaii
Is an Insult to tho intelligence 'of the
citizens of tho Territory and a dis
tinct threat against 'tho privileges
of self government now enjoyed.
Nothing under heaven but a po
litical trick and n misrepresentation
ot tho deliberate judgment ot the
overwhelming majority of Anirclcan
citizens within tho Territory' can
over secure prohibition of tho liquor'
tramc In Hawaii by net of Congress.
When this' Territory wants ,or
needs prohibition, the neooln'of the
IrIhiiiIh will uon.l1 n,n in thn V.-l J
torlal Legislature to plac'o prohibi
tion laws on tho Territorial statute
books. And tho mero fact that Mr.
Woolley, as tho paid agent of tho
local prohibition forces,, has to go
to Washington and attempt 'to rldo
down tho Territory's privileges to
take caro of Itself In this matter Is
proof that tho pcoplo of the- Islands
aro not with him, prohibition Is
not wanted, and in order to gain
even tho appeorance ' of winning
he must ad5nt 'methods that cn-
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danger tho whole Bchcmo ot govern
ment organization whereby Hawaii
Is given u status ns nearly approach
ing tho -Independence of a State ns
can be secured undor tho Territor
ial form ot government In the Unit
ed States. ,
woolley'8 only hope of success Is
that he can play upon the weak side
of some Congressmen who would
vote for prohibition In Hawaii be
cause -It might enable him to gain'
a tow votes from tho radical tem
perance pcoplo of his homo district
by saying thnt ho had cast a voto
Fortunately Congress is not mado
up of a majority ot men men.
Thcrcforo tho only Interest Ha
waii has in tho mission of Mr.
Woolley Is that ho shall not further
misrepresent Hawaii: that he, ahull
not In the enthusiasm of his great
prcjullco Jeopardize tho right of tho
Territory of Hawaii to tnko caro ot
Its local affairs.
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(Continued frptn Taea U
tlon for IlawaJI It Is tlnio for tho'jico
pie to rlto aa.imu anil protest against
a measuro that will put tho "people
on n piano with an nboriglnlo on an
Ho declared that tho people were
satisfied with tho liquor law ot 1007
and that Mr, Woolley himself said
thnt tho existing Uqnor law wag tho
begt Ii6 had oyer seen. He stated that
when tho Houso went on record at
thH last rejjiilar session' as helnir op
posed to an amendment to tho law It
ri'llpcted tho sentiment of tho pcoplo
of Hawaii that tho law was to let noil
"Tho pcoplo of Hawaii can handle
this question without tho Interference
ot a rank outsider who holds no inter
est In common with us," declared Co
hen and In moving for tlio adoption of
his resolution ased for Its unanimous
In seconding tho motion Fnrtndo dc
claieil that tho particular brand ot
prohibition that h believed In was
tho prohibition that would "prevent
gentlemen cf the cloth In Interfering
.i m : ,
irtrjlMtm mi i-M
In public affairs and confine, them,
sclre3 to the pulpit"
Sheldon of KauM Supported (be re--olutlon
ns dlil-al'o Kanllio, who de
clared that he could not cuiiscleiitlomi,
ly'vdto for tho measuro " with tho
knowledge that mnny ot his constitu
ents needed nn occasional drink, I
Coney or Kan.il ilcclaiod that tho
real (iicstlon at issue was whether
tho Lcglslaturo wait to bo deprived of,
its power of legislation over liquor
Tho vote on tho resolution was then '
taken and was adopted with only two
dissenting votes, thoso being by Itep-i
rcsentatlvcR Sheldon and Nukatck-i. :
Houso Concurrent Hcsoliulon No. 1.'
cnibodjlng thu miicndiiiciitii In tho Or
ganic Act was received from tlio Sen
ate wit htho amendment mado. by tho
ltri. hnii.a '
Castro moved that tho Houso concur
In the amendments and thn motion
carried with a unanimous vuln.
The amendments adds a nlniisn tn
Iho land clauso reading, "1'iovldcd,
that, subject to tho nmirnrnl of Iho
President of Iho United State, thu
Lcslslnti'ro of tlio Territory may pro-
vine ioani ni puuno moneys, or guar
antees of private loans, on proper no
curlty to settlers on thu public lnndi
for necessary permanent Improve
ments ou their homesteads, and for
loans, subsidies or guarantees to per
oojis or corporations for tlio Improve
ment and Increase of transportation
Scnato Bill No. 3. ono of Cnollin'n
bills, relating to fish licenses, was ro-'
ceived nnd road by titlo for tho "In
formation of tho Houso," It talli..
within tho rcfolullon declaring against
the consideration of bills not mimmi.
ed with Iho Organic Act amendments.
i no nimion io lauie the bill was then
The House Committee on Education
reported favorably on Scnalu Concur
rent Resolution No. 1. instructing tb
School ftindCommlsslou to Investigate,
mo prouicms involved In the endow,
ment or tho Collogo of Hawaii,
Senato 11111 No. 0, Coelho's bill for
tho relief of persons release. f-m tho
settlement at Molokal. was t.b'od In
accordance with tho terms or Shel
A resolution urovidlnz for n vlili
of tho Houso members to Pearl Har-
nnr, wan adopted and Chairman Sliel.
don of Iho Niiiianu Dam Commltteo at
tlio last session, KUggcsted that Iho
House mcnilicrs visit tho dam, tho Ac
counts Cnmmltteu bclng'nuthurlzed tn
appiovo the necessary bills.
FORT SHAFTER BOYS
WILL HOLD MEET.
The following enlisted men or
Fort Shatter left on tho transport
Logan this morning: Scrgt. K. C.
Wlllinms, Co. (1; Corporal Harold
Van Dun, Co. E; I'rivnto llurtou L.
Williams, hospltul corps..
There will bo a field meet hold at
Fort Shatter Nov. 15. Kach com
pany will havo n team, and a sult
ablo trophy will be given to thu
team making tho greatest number
ot points. All duty Is suspended on
this day. nnd a great time is ex
pcc'.o.l. The events nro as follows:
CO yard dash.
100 yard dash.
220 yard dash.
140 yard run.
800 yard run.
120 yurd hurdle.
220 yard hurdle.
High Jump (standing).
Ilrond jump (running).
Tlio team to rcpresont Fort Shat
ter' in tho Military Athletic Meet
which will bo held In Honolulu No
vember 27 will bo selected from tho
competitors In tho post meet No
TREASURER TRENT x
Bound for sunny Tennessee. Cllv and
County Trcnstirer Richard Trent will
bid farewell to Honolulu tomorrow
when ho takes passago for San Fran
cisco by tho Paclllc Mall liner Man
chiirla. Mr. Trent will upend nlmut
two months In vlbltlng his old homo on
Iho mainland. Ho has been granted n
brief- Icavo of absence by tho Super
visors. President Jollne Realana. Now
York Adrian U. Jollim nrealilxnt r
tho Missouri, Kansas & Texas railroad,
This morning, near King anil Fort
streets; filack enamel veil pin:
two pearls; llvo, dollars roward.
Ituturn to this omco, 4459-2t
Those Arnold" Goods
. The "Arnold" Knit Diaper docs away with all these disadvantages
and is inexpensive; $2.00 to $4 per doz.
The Bishop Trust Company,
' l"",1-0 to announce that on January 1st, 1910, they will
LM open a Ladles' Department In connection with
I J their Trust business, where ladies, desirous of sav
ing money, or with property interests, or funds to
Invest may call or correspond and receive advice as to
opening n bank account, putting their funds out at Inter
est, buying real estate, stocks or bonds, or Investing In
any other class of security. Under the Laws ot the Ter
ritory a woman can hold property In her own right.
Tho lllshop Trust Company feel that they havo been
fortunate in securing for this Department tho cervices ot
Miss J. T. Maclutyrc, who is well known In the business
community of Honolulu as tho manager for eight years
past cf lllshop & Company's Savings Hank. Miss Macln
tyro will hnvo an oinco In -tho lllshop Trust Company's
tlulldlng on llethcl Street, whero slio will bo found dally
f i om 9 to 12, after tho 1st of January.
All accounts and. transactions strictly confidential.
Amorous Jap Arouses
Snsiikl Is a Japanese tailor upon
whoie defenseless head hod ik-sccmlcd.
thu wrath of the young and comely
mntlitir nT n r,iiu-.vMfit-.fil,l l.nv
The onthfiil tcltm of a lScrctnnla
street huniu Is alleged to havo been
addicted the. rather reprehensible
Mid ungentlcmai'ly habit of cutlug his
displeasure ut certain pedestrians by
expectmatlng upon their persons,
should they happen to pass In thu vi
cinity of tlio lad's abode.
Suzuki, tho NIpixmeBO maker of
clothes, declaies that he encountered
tho exhibition of wrathful spleen from
tho youngster and not being prepared
ror stormy weather, objected to the
Ho chased tho four-year-old and
landed several ships of rcproval upon
the Infantile features which produced
loud and riiticorou-j lamentation, and
brought thu Iratu mnthcr to tho scene.
Judge Audrmlu was nuked to hclilo
tho existing differences this morning.
Attorney Clillllng.vorlh represented
the side of Inlnrel Innocence nhd
County Attorney Cithern t looked his
plcnsanlest ns ho eudeavo-ed to gain
an admission from the lud'h parent
that the body Ind been a sort of poof
et edition of nolKliborhooJ cut-up far
many mouths .nait.
Tho story no told by the lid's moth
er was to tho olleet thai Iho lapanen.)
had nllcmpled to pant a I;Ub upon lli
boyish features and falilnis In his pdr
pose, Suzuki had then knocked iho
young person down nnd draped him
through a muddy portion or thy tlior
miKbrnru Hint had cucatied tin; close
attention or Road Supervisor John Wil
son and his aids.
All this occupied tho large, part of
tho I'ollco Court session but 'Alio:!
both sides had had their ll'lns at relat
ing their grievance iho court decided
that about flvo dollars and costs from
the Japanese would squaro tho ends of
Tho btiniiy-hnlrcd and baro-legged
hopeful went his way as a conquering
hero. whlu I he tailor enriched thu cof
fers of thu county with tho prescribed
Rapid TranBlt cars Nos, 9 nnd 21
collided on Fort street on a switch
nea rtho Park Theater shortly be
roro 7 o'clock last evening, resulting
In soniu Blight damngo ot tho coach
es, but luckily the passengers es
caped Injury through tho prompt
action or tho motormen,
Car No. 21 was procecdng down
Fort street in tho direction or thu
harbor when Iho brake refused to
work, and, meeting tho other car,
crashed Into tho fender bctoro being
brojight to n stop.
Key West Needs Help. Key West,
Fn. Immeillalo nsslstiinco is neces
nary to carry on the work ut cleaning
up Iho city nr.il caring for tiio victims
of thu liurrlonne. Major Fogarty an
nouueed that tho. city was forced to
Fttspend work becaiiho of lack of funil3.
Among., all .the improved garments for the
babies introduced by the manufacturers of "Arnold"
goods, there isn't one that has greater influence
for the babies' Rood health and comfort than tho
"Arnold" Knit Diaper.
The usual linen or cotton diaper will draw
when wet,' is cold and irritating to the child, and
is the cause of much inflamation, It is hard to
Wash, dries slowly, and, being cut square, can never,
be applied to the baby so that it will be uncomfortable.
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Furniture, Floor and f
wooaworK, iook nice
ANYBODY CAN APPLY IT.
Removes all scratches and other
mirks of wear and tear and
, , gives new lifq and lustre to
l I anything mado of wood.
Ii For New or Old Floors
t is the best Finish on Iho ;
Made In 8 colors and Clear to '
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Hardware Etpt. .
INTENT TO KILL.
Clilng Sal Choir.: has filed charges
with tlio prosecuting attorney allcgln;
that Uiii Choug committed mi assault
with n deadly weapon with Intent In
kill. This case grows, oat of a similar
acton taken about a week ngo In which
Clilng Sal Cblng Is also charged with
using a deadly weciiun in his assault
upon thn pel son of Unu Chnng. Uoth
rallies hnvo been committed to tho
Circuit Court for trial. IC-ich Is out on
bond of $J00.
The correct visiting card
should be printed from a cob
per plate and on tliVflnut
let us show you samplea of
our copper plate work our
engravers are artists and w
pay clo attention' to the ex
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Bamboo Furniture hade to Onto.
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