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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T. H., rniDAY, MAY 0, 1910.
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.The domestic man who loves nol
music so well as his own kitchen
clock and the airs which the logs
sine to him as they burn on the
hearth has solaces which others
never dream of. Emerson.
Who Is paying the (aro of Russian
vagrants to San Francisco?
Honolulu's future. Is the surest
guarantee for Investment purposes
that can he found in the Pacific.
Having, preached peace, Roosevelt
1 ought to spend the remainder of his
days gqolng about t ho world practising.
tv rronuuuon and socialism, as rep
resented by the circulars distributed
, nbout the town, nre making com-
mon cause of intemperate speech.
HroVlty'ls the soul of wit. Th
.shortest of all Roosevelt's formal ad
1 dresses delivered before European
. audiences Is the few remarks de
voted to world peace.
We must confess that when
comes to a question of veracity,
public Is mure likely to accept
say-so of Mr. (larflcld as more
Vreaslve than Mr. Ilalllnger's.
Wo may be certain that the phy
sicians to King Edward fear for the
sworst, as the Illness of a reigning
Imouarch whoso demise will bo felt
throughout the civilized world, would
bo exaggerated 'In the other direc
This letter-writing campaign be
tween Supervisor Qtilnn and Road
Supervisor Wilson makes ono think
that each may have said things Jus
tifying a, few rounds In the back-
yard, If the two gcntlcmon really
feel as angry as they sound.
Ur. Sidney D. Wllgus, chairman of
f tlio committee on Immigration of the
Now York State Lunacy Commission,
says that one Immigrant In four Is
no good. Aro we safe In assuming
v-that ho must have recently encoun
, lercu a uatiu or Russians irom liar-
bin and way stations?
Anything but itt verdict of accl
dental death for Prizefighter McCar
. thy would have been a serious blow
' to tho reputation of San Francisco
uh a homo, of pugilism, and tho city
expects to mako nearly as much from
;tho Jeffries-Johnson mill as, it did
! from tho Portola week.
Woolley is opening up his cam-jlle
'palgn in n manner Indicating hli
Ijkiniuiiuun iu so gnupe mo inemons
wi Huutiiuiiiu ii win ruqmru uiuru
' courage to oppose Prohibition than
to .get hqhlnd Uh breastworks and
'join him In throwing mud and stink-
R.pots at his fellow citizens.
THE JANUS AGENT.
Agent John O. Woolley. sneaking
iof Hawaii Wore tho committee, of
Ktho United States Sonate, said:
In shcrt, the territorial govern
ment Is unati'e either to police
aV ' Durlliirl ihn kanm nilHrpaa Mr
v r augnan ine liquor iranic.
The local legislature has had
authority and ample, knowledge
ior ten years, and conditions have
grown steadily and tragically
The local legislature appears to
. be wholly Incapable In the mat-
' ter. '
The native population needs and
deserves prompt and powerful In
nj mm bwui rtK"iu ivuuiivy, wane
1 ni. i .- . . ,. n ... t-M-
luaKiug nis opening naaress uerore
Kan assembly of his followers In this
vein-, sa in:
ST ' It has been predicted that the
'territorial executives will refuse
'or be unable to onferce the law.
The prediction does Injustice to
the officers and confesses a flab.
blness of citizenship, that does
J not exist
Speaking beoro tho members of
rthe United States Sonate, whllo try-
Sing to put tnroiiRIi n secret srnemo
am UYI7I liiM" mini r"ii-n,," i.iiHuiv in
thfs Trrilfory, this atent and cpnkoj
''"- .. ii i n' 1.II.I.I.;.. AT 1 Am
jiiuii ui in i-iuuiuiiiiiii uijHu uiuiiiw
the officials and thn clflzoas of the
fferrltory ns weak nnd Incapable.-
PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.
rer Sli Moatiu ,no
Per Veir, nrwhetcla VS. .. .. I.oo
Per Year anywhere n Cauda., I.Bo
Per Year ixatpald, loieixn a.oo
MAY 6, 1910
Having tailed to accomplish his
purpose along that lack, ho comes
home, and, ispeaklng face to face
with his followers who, together
with all other citizens of Hawaii, he
has grossly Insulted ho fawns and
cringes and, In fact, brands himself
with having uttered tht which was
He trims his calls to every breeze
and It consistent In nothing except
tho conrso practise of calling people
This Ig typical of the hpocrlsy
and the falsehood of Prohibition.
That Is why It Is opposed by self-
respecting citizens who believe In
honest tempcranco and coirmon hon
esty In dealing with put Ic ques
"On July 26 the Hawaiian people
wltt have the opportunity to chooso
between their right o have saloons
avnlluble, through tho open doors of
which they can take short cuts to
their graves, and their right to close
the saloon doors, with the possibility
of preserving 'their race from extcr-inluntlan."-i-Advertlser.
llelng practically. Interpreted, this
means that on July 2G tho citizens
of this Territory will choose between
Ihelr" right to control the liquor
Uafflc through regulated and II-
LjVlised places of sale, or Increase the
d ath rate by promoting the distri
bution of the vvuist alcoholic poi
sons imaginable, through kitchen
barrooms, blind pigs and pocket ped
' Prohibition's agent and spokes
man, Mr. Woolley, In his latest dec
laration of purposes made last even
lng, opened his address with these
That we who support the prohi
bition side make no fight .on any
Individual, jmpugn no man's mo
tives; deny no man's right to hold
and advocate his own opinion,
wish no man III, belittle no man's
And he closed his remarks with tho
Against us are only the guerillas
of evil and timidity, and beet of
all, God Is with us.
Could there be a moro Impressive
example of Inconsistency, falsehood
This agent and spokesman for Pro
hibition In this Territory, In his
first breath, speaks for a fair fight
and an honest exchango of opinion.
then with studied caro. leaves aB
a nnal tnougnt in mo minu or. n
hearers tho, statement that against
him and his Prohibition forces are
"only" mark well that he. makes
no qualification, for tho right of a
man to hold, his own opinion "the
guerrillas of evil and timidity."
One of Mr, Woolley's own phrases
used, in this opening address Is tho
best answer that can u0 made" "That
Is a Ho. told knowingly."
This aijont of Prohibition knows
very wen mat mere are any quan
tity of clear-headed, hdnest-thlnklng,
Christian men and women In this
city and this Territory who bejlove
that Prohibition Is not only not 'a
solution of the liquor traffic evils,
but that Prohibition does more harm
than good, and thus Intensifies the
evil that already exists in till
He knows, more. He knows that
he Is not only misrepresenting those
people, but he Ib grossly Insulting
them when ho makes the sweeping
declaration as a Prohibitionist that
''Against us are only the guerrillas
of evil and timidity."
Tho It u 1 1 e 1 1 n had thought
that hq agent for Prohibition, when
making his keynote address, would
endeavor to outline n campaign that
would satisfy, in fart, the, text that
he laid down in his Introductory sen
tences, Alas, what a false hope, thut
anything savoring of fair play, tol
erance for nn opposing honest, opin
ion, or common decency In campaign
methods, should come out of Prohibi
tion or Its agent
Agent Woolley would havo hli
henrors, nnd tho$o whom he may ho
,.,. ...I.,..., t-,.-. .,.. ' ...
Hum iu iui3ictm, uuimve inai ciiny
those connected with tho manufac-
tu,re and 'salo of Intoxicating liquors
oppose, the Prohibition., scheme.
dealing with tho liquor tradlc.
No ono In this Territory under
stand1) bc.tter the, nbsoluto fnljlty of
such nn assertion than Agent Wool
ley. Yet ho mado It In n carefully
prepared address, a copy of which ho
gave to the Prohibition organ.
Mr. Woolley has shown In his ad
dress that the Prohibition game Is
the same old prejudiced, false prom
ising, misrepresenting. Impractical
affair It has been since first put for
ward as an experiment. It Is tho
same old attack on personal liberty
and temperate living.
Having proved Itself, It has proved
that It should be voted dowc ever-
Ever since the Spanish-American
War was ushered In by the blowing
up the Maine In Havnnn harbor, It
Is safe to say that thero has been n
general desire on the part of the
ricoplc of, the United Stntcs to havo
the Ill-fated battleship raised and
tho bluejackets who were carried
down with the wreck given decent
burial on American soil.
The Government hag been delin
quent up to the present time about
taking nny stops In the matter, but
now It seems that a mova will bo
made and the sixty-seven bodies, sup
posed to bo still In the wreck, will
bo given military honors for the dead
In the Arlington National Cemetery,
It seems dilatory on the part of
the United States ofTlcIals to lot tho
Nation's honored dead remain un
carcd for In the harbor of a nearby
country, but It Is better lato than
'FOUL AND CROOKED,"
WORDS OF WOOLLEY
(Continued from Page 1.)
la the back as they ran, ' and that
they would conduct n low, skulking
License Board, Target.
His reflections on tho Iloatd of
Liquor License Commissioners were
direct, and showed that the prohibi
tionists of his typo do not believe
Mint llin linnril la no nvnr lino linon
.. ...u wu.u . w. ...... ...... wvi....
responsive to the sentiment of the
Referring to the events that led
up to his trip to Washington, Wool-
"In the Antl-Siiloon l.eaguq
sentiment was divided, but
weight of opinion was in being con
tent, for tho present, with oven very
moderate progress In the right direc
tion. Nothing revolutionary was
demanded or expected. Hut we did
hope for some clear action of the
commissioners Indicating and. In ef
fect, announcing that they recog
nized tho spirit of the times, which
required that tho beverage liquor
traffic be firmly and materially cur
tailed, If not entirely and immedi
"But," declared Woolley, "the
commissioners refused to recognize
this sentiment," and he then enter
ed Into an unconscious defense of tho
practical operation of tho existing
law In the following, language:
"Tho meetings ofthc commission
ers discovered no such recognition.
Not that thero was any bias in favor
of tho liquor trade. There was not
even a suspicion of such a thing.
Valid petitions of protest against In
dividual applications for licenso and
valid complaints against the conduct
of ccrtnln establishments wero hos
pitably received nnd fairly dealt
with. A bad saloon was closed at
Knunakakaj, putting Molokal, with
Nllhau and Kahoolawe, Into tho col
umn of prohibited nrcas. But the
Internal policy of tho commissioners
was to maintain tho status quo and
MANOA. VALLEY New three-bedroom bungalow in
process of construction, near car-line. Choice ele
vation '. ,..$4000
MANOA VALLEY Two. -sory house; three bed
rooms; mountain and, marine view. Hpuse mod
ern, grounds well improved $3500
MANOA VALLEY Building lots. We have two bar
gains in building sites ...'. $050 and $2000
MAKIKI DISTRICT Two bargains in homes
$3000 and $3500
A ROOMING HOUSE NEAR TOWN Furnished; to lease
for a term of years. Good opportunity for tlio' right
Several FURNISHED HOUSES for periods, of four to six,
months, Rentals $60 to $100 per month
I Trent Trust Co.. Ltd.
Consult us for Furnished Houses.
We have a long list.
To Let Unfurnished
10. Wahiawa 2 $20.00
11. Aiea 3 60.00
13. Seventh Avenue 0 4S.00
18. Thurston Avenue 4 40.00,
10. Kamehameha Road 4 25.00'
31. Anapunl Street . 2 30.00
35. Kaimuki 3 35.00
38. Matlock Avenue 2 25.00
37. Lewcrs Road 3 30.00
38. Beretania Street 0 37.50
39. Lemon Road, Waikiki 3 20.00
40. Twelfth Avenue, Kaimuki 2 20.00
Trent Trust Co., Ltd.
THREE FINE LOTS
HIGH AND SIGHTLY
If you are looking for something
GOOD, here's a bargain.
PRICE, $1000.00 FOR THE THREE
Bishop Trust Company,
keep the burden of proof and of ef-
fort upon those who would reduce
the number of the drink shops.
"This Is not said in criticism ot
Mia Kfininilflalniiahii Tim in... rm
teiniilated that thev should bo con
tho'servatlve men, although It clearly
authorized them to take notice on
tholr own ofllclul Initiative or., the
evil tendency of the liquor trade, aud
the growth" ot prohibitory sentiment.
And I think there Is no doubt at all
that If they had summarily made a
Hat reduction of fifty per cent, the
action would havo met with Instant
"The board stood sturdily for de
cent regulation, apparently oblivious
of the fact, overwhelmingly estab
lished,, that, while the prohibitory
policy presents serious difficulties ot
enforcement, a liberal licenso policy,
with regulation, Is simply surrender
to tho saloon. It Is concelvnblo that
In tho city of Honolulu two or three
or four saloons might be regulated.
Hut half a hundred, representing In
management almost as many types
of had character, form a conundrum
which has never jet been answered."
"Foul and Crooked."
In tho opening of his speech last
night Woolloy declared thnt "wo,
who havo taken up tho pcaqofulirms
of democratic citizenship against tho
liquor traffic, havo no warrant to
abuse our fellow citizens who en
gngo In It or patronize It."
A fllttIo further on, In tho course
of his consistent remarks to the two
hundred Hawallans, John Martin and
Merchant Streets .
f Oct your prices to the other is
Office open Sunday mornings from
u to 10.
C. II, DlcVey, Agent Woolley said
"We are simply going to have n
fair fight against the most truculent
bully that ever swaggered Ih the
Btreets and used foul tactics to get
a decision, it win be a fair light
on our side; It will be foul and
crooked from start to finish on the
One ot the significant things In
Woolley's address was his frequent
use of "nntl-Baloon" In plnco of "pro
hibition." The whole tenor of his
speech Indicated that the prohibi
tionists, plan to cloud. the Issue by
nn Indiscriminate use of "anti-sa
loon" iu nn effort to mislead voters
as to tho true Issue at stake.
In his remnrks last night woolloy
made an unconditional surrender to
the Stand taken by Prince Kuhlo In
opposition to his own attempt to se
cure the passige of legislation at
Washington ( i the ground thnt the
pcoplo of Hawaii were not compe
tent or Kufllclentlv resnonslble to ex
ercise the self-governing capacities
of mainland communities.
In this connection Woolley said:
"If the protests ot the Chamber of
Commer-e and the liar Association
of this . i 'y In spirit any oupo
Lltlnj to . ..jltlon they were very
sl'l.lfully t.i'.'ned, for they urged
nothing but the principle of local
clf.rovern:iient. The committee ap
pci. . .. to me to toncedo the point
uiul submit tho question to the pop
ulur decision. I have no means of
knowing wljat the decision would
have been If I had refused. Hut as It
seemed to mo I was beaten In tho ar
gument, and, moie than that, I was
conscious of the "merit ot the Dele
gate's position, and I had all along
had In contemplation the securing of
a plebiscite In the event of failure
on the original proposition I thqro
foro entered Into a stipulation, of
record In tho committee, that If tho
Prlnco would then and thero agree
to stand with me In tho houso and
In tho plebiscite I would agreo to a
Joint resolution submitting tho mat
ter to the people. Tho stipulation
was mado, and tho Prlnco has kept
his part of It loyally and perfectly
to this time.
"It Is my Judgment that tho action
of Congress Is bitter than what wo
sought ut Its hands. With full pow
er to order a prohibitory policy for
tho Territory, Congress hns acted
with tho stnecrest courtesy towaid
the people; and u great, vital ques
tion of advanced citizenship is put
Into the hands of the Hawaiian vot
ers. I do not predict tho outcome;
but we shajl have a great campaign
of instruction and Inspiration, and
whon It Is over, It the liquor traffla
Is left unscathed, to continue Its de
moralizing, deadly, shameful, work In
tho Territory, the responsibility will
bo left In no manner of doubt, and
tho licensing hoards will have defi
nite Information as to the condition
of tho public sentiment. If we carry
tho olectlon, ns I am bound to hope
wo shall, tho Legislature will realize
that It must obey tho popular man
dato, and tho executive offlcors will
bo oncouraged and strengthened to
enforco the law, new visions of duty
nnd chivalry will open 19 the self-
indulgent rich aud strong, new sense
6f opportunity and povver will In
spire tho home, the church nnd the
school, and a higher, brighter oppch
will dawn upon tho Paradise of tho
(Continued from Pace I,)
At a lengthy conference between
GoYorpor Frenf und Federal und Tor-
iltorlnl ntllclnls yeRternay, ways and
, menus went discussed 0 mooting
and handling the r.43 Russian Immi
grants who are dun tonight or tomor-
irow morning on tho Mongolia.
1 Those present at tho conferonce
wero It. L. Halsoy 01 the Fodcrai.
immigration service, Rlchnld Ivors,
representing tho local quarantine;
Sheriff Jnrrett, Attornoy -General
Lindsay, Secretary Mott-Smlth, nnd
It. D. Mead of the Plnntcrs' Associa
tion. At the time tho vessel sailed from
Kobe, tho Itussln'is were free from
diphtheria, and tuo smallpox among
the steerage passengers of tne vessel
had made Its appearance before ar
rival at that port.
It any of the immigrants aro suf
fering from Infectious disease, ot
course, they will be taken to Quar
antine Island for a stay, but It Is
not thought that this pcrty will be
Infected. Of the last party which
arrived, twenty-five per cent, wero
suffering from diphtheria, acccrdlng
to local officials.
As soon ns these newcomcri are
through with Inspection on boaid the
vessel they wjll be met by retresen
tattves ot the planters, and will bo
told Just what there Is for them here,
and It Is believed that they will
start for the plantations Imcicdl
Asked tlits morning it there was
any force to be used, to get these
Immigrants out of tho city nnd on
the plantations to prevent another
Ivvitel experience, tho devernor stat
ed that there was no way In which
force could be used on these people,
lawfully, to compel them to leave
town for the plantations.
These men nte. not u.id.er any
contract," said tho Governor. "They
could not bo brought In under con
tract, for that would bo Illegal under
the contract labor law. Tho reprc
Ecntatlves there merely tell them
what they. will receive here, and.
they have to come or aot, Just as
"As a matter of fact," tho Gov
ernqr continued, "these Immigrants
nearly all ask for contracts In Mon
churla, and It takes some talking to
have them start without anything
to show in that form, I understand.'
In rply to a question as to wheth
er, It there wero contracts between
tho laborers and tho planters, signed
In Manchuria, It would not settle
the whole difficulty nnd the " men
would all go to work Immediately
upon arrival here. Governor Froar.
stated that it might bo d solution
ot the 'difficulty which has been ex
perienced with the laBt lot, but ns
mere was no way of bunging them
In under contract, that hope had to
bo put nslde.
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Entered for Record May 5, 19J0,,
from 10i30 a. m. to 4:3d p. m.
Sam Keanaha and wf to Hllo Uldg
& Loan Assn Ltd M
XcHhIon n Nallmu by Gdn to S.
Miyamoto ..., I,
Chdng Ah Sail and hsb to J. Gar
cia Tr M
Prudcnclo Camncho and vvt to Do-
mlngos Cravalho ,...1)
T. Akaun to Frank Gonsalvcs D
Frank Gonsalvcs nnd wife to T.
Akana ."..... 1 M
Frank Gonsalvcs and wife to A. F.
TavareB . . . . , D
Antone Pcrelrn and wf lo Anna J.
Huaklnl Knos and wf to Young Men's
Savs Socy Ltd M
H. A. Forsytho and wf to Frank G.
James Ogllby- by Atty to, Mallo Kua-
Mallo Kuahau and hsb to Gcorgo C.
George C. K. Kopa U William 11.
Castto Tr M
W. M. Mlnton and wf to Mattlo E.
Mattlo 12. Ganzcl nnd hsb to I.uclla
H. Emmons D
S. N. Cnstlo Hstato Ltd to Lovl T.
Dank of Hawaii Ltd to Sarah 'J. Ken
nedy , Itcl
Est of Jullctto M. Cooko by Tr to
Una .S. McChcsney Rcl
Henry1 Wntcrhonso Tr Co Ltd Tr to
Una S. McChcsney Rcl
Una S. McChcsney by Atty to WII-
' Ham O. Smith M
Est ot W. C. Lunnlllo ).' Trs to W.
A. Klnnoy Par Itcl
W. A. Klnnoy to Trs ol Est of W.
C. Lunnlllo., Addn Secy & Kxtn M
W. A, Klnnoy nnd wf to Carolina E
Peterson .. 1)
Carolina E. Peterson and hsb to V.
A. Klnnoy ,..,...M
Entered for Record May 6, 1910,
from 8:30 a. m, to 10:30 a, m.
Henry Waterhouso Tr Co Ltd to Sa-
. ra It. Clark Itol
Hattle H. Kawaauhai) and hsb to El
ward J. Hardeo ..L
Kanhanul and wf to David Kanl....D
David Koopeahlnn and wf to Di.vld
Kapuankunl Ik) to David Kaat-, D
Kalal Mokeha to Divlda Kaa' V)
J. D. Sprockets Hros by Atty to
Chas A. Drown u ,..D
BIG FUND 'RAISED
TO 8AVE GRAFTERS
Charge Also Made That Jurors In
Pittsburg Have Been Approached.
PHILADELPHIA. April 23. That
somo of tho men Implicated In tho
Counctlmanlc scandal In Pittsburg
havo raised n large fund to defent tho
ends of justice, nnd that tio present
pinol from which will bo chosen Jur
ors to hear the cases Is being tamper
od with, wore allegations mado tol tho
Stato Supremo Court today by District,
Attorney William A. Dlakcloy ot Alle
ninkeloy nindn hla charges in nllng
nn nnnwer to thn petition of Max 11
Leslie, a delinquent tux collector of
Allegheny county. Indicted In tho
scandal, wh wantfl a chnngo of venue
tThe aenje of perfection in a
pocket timepiece is found-in
a Howard Watch.
WICHMAN & CO. are agents
for Howard Watches in Ho
nolulu, and carry ft complete
stock of these celebrated
Howard Watches are sold
by Wichman & Co. at factory
prices, whjeh. are placed on
the watches by tho manufac
turers. Wichman & Co.'s guaran
tee, in addition to the How
ard guarantee, goes with each
H. F. Wichman
& Co.. Ltd..
The Pair $1.00
Made in, one and two-eyclct
tie effects. Stylish, comfort
able toe shapes, with extcn:
Sizes 5 to 11
FORMER 'PRICE. .
Shoe Co., Ltd.,
1501 FORT STREET
REOAL SHOE CO.
King and Bethel.
M'DUFFIE HOT ON
Promising Clue Found
But Jay Work
Thero was another fruitless chasa
after Murderor flrnco last night, when
Chief McDufllo nnd his men spent
many hours searching tho Nimanii
strcam.'Whcro a, boy reported ho had'
seon tlio negro during tho ovonlng.
After being out In the rain till almost
daylight and having scoured tho dis
trict, tho sleuths had to glvo tho hunt
Tills morning certain Information
reached McDuflle, which, It 'correct. Is
nbout tlio 'rnost promising that ban
been given the polico since draco es
caped from tlio gang at Kaplolani
Park. It may. be that within tbo noxt
few hours tho much wanted man will
again bo under arrest. Tho people
n ho sent tho cluo In aro very scared,
and they bargained I hat their namoo
or lionio should not bo mcntlonod In
tho matter Just now.
McDuflle left early this morning to
follow up tho cluo and as tha place
mentioned by the Informers Is out ot
town, a telephone mossago may lit
any moment reach town announcing
tho capture of the negro.
(Continued from Page 1.)
phasl8,to the fact that tbo "saloon
door .would ho close.)."
Tho practical failure, o' tho Russian
Immigration scheme has lent addition
al point to thn knanledgo that tho
Woolloy piopngandn moans tho son
lng of tho seeds of morn dlncord nnd
unrest among the Jupanoi.0 and la tho
basis upon which nany' will be en
lightened im to tiiq true effort of pro
hibition. In 'Hawaii, , "v
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