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EVENING BULLETIN, ITONOLTJLJJ, T. II., miDAY, MAY 27. 1010.
DAILY n4 WEEKLY Published by BULLETIN rtJBLISHOTO CO., LTD.
At 120 KiiiR Street, -Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii.
Daily every day except Sunday. Weekly iuued pn Tuesday of each week.
,. MEMBER OP THE.ASSOgiATEp .PflEJal. i
Wallooe R. Frrlnston, - Bdltor
Per Monlh, anywhere la U.S ,711
Pn Quitter, tnrwheta In U.S a.oo
P Vrtr, thhcrelnU.S.i. ft.oo
Ptt Veil, poslpiiJ, lottlin, la.oor
CIRCULATION LAROEST OF ANY NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED
in the Territory of Hawaii.
j Editorial Rooms, - 185
Happiness rarely is absent It is
that we .know not of its 'pretence.
The jrreatest felicity avails us noth
.inp if we know not that we are
happy. Maurice Maeterlinck.
"The liquor business lina apolo
gists, but it has no defenders." Ad
vertiser. Well, now, where should you put
jLorrln A. Thurston when ho pun-
ilshcs a bottle o( beer for hj stom
ach's suko or drinks n cocktnll as
un appetizer? '
City Supervisors appear to have
coTnc In touch with tha growing dc.
, termination or the public to brine
.tha automobile speeders to a full
top. The proposed public meeting
Is n splendid Idea, nnd the enraged
citizens who know tho law-breakers
nnd demand that tho ordinances of
tho city shall bo respected, should
be on hnna to speak their minds ..and
publicly cull the names or the worst
pccelt Is one of the cardinal
points of tho .Prohibition campaign;
and wo can not say that especial
surprise will be occasioned by the'
methods used by the agents of the
Prohibitionists who nro Retting the
signatures nmongjho native Hawai
ian. Tlio Incidents brought to
light by this paper prove nothing If
nut tho falling nnd nlrcady lost
causo of the pcoplo who would run
this Territory, not In tho Interests
of tho people, but to suit tholr own
COMMUNITY INTERESTS BE
Under the title "Plantation Store
Policies," the Advertiser, owned by
L. A. Thurston, who is u momber of
the Hawaiian Planters' Association,
publishes the following:
"Does Hnyono suppose that tho
plantntlonsnre going to grant a gen.
eral Increase of wages to their la
borers KOIt TUB BAKU OP KEEP'
INO ALIVE A LIMITED NUMHER
,OK GENEHAL STORES TlJItpUGH-i
.OUT THE TEIUUTORY, when tho
.plan a number of them hnvo proj
posed will accomplish tho same gent
oral result without, being so great a
tax upon them?
' "If someof the plantations, can
not sec their way now to agreeing to
.tho sell.nt-cost plant certainly mora'
of them would object most tren,u4
ously to aiiy plan of a .general In'
crease In Wages, SIMPLY TO. OlILIQE
THE OUTSIDE nUSlNtiSS COMMUi
NtTY. An Increase In .wages niny,
come, but It will' bo for reasons'
other than those advanced In con
nection with the store question, i
"Thrco courses, are open nowt the
plantations can go on running their
stores as they havo been doing? they'
can run their stores for the benefit
of their employes, .selling goods at A
price that JrlJI ,pay Interest on the
Investment, coat of handling and loss
through waste, eliminating the pro ft
Its, or, they can go out of the store
"Tho plantations will consider
what Is UE8T for the PLANTA
TIONS, NOT the GENERAL KF
KECT UPON THE TEWUTOIIY
EXCEPT INCIDENTALLY." '
Perhaps the members of the Ha
waiian Planters' Association, can apt
preclato the full forco and 'effect of
this arbltrriry declaration among oft
nclals of tho country whero doubt
has frequently been expressed us' ttj
the sincerity of purposo back of the
promise to change'condltlons here so
that Hawaii shall not be a countrjj
of a few corporations controlling
servile labor, conditions that no less
a person than the present President
of tho United Btates Is reported to
.have stutetl he hopes will 'not be re
, pealed In The Phllpplnes.
Tha article in Its publication and
preparation comes from such a
, source that It can not fall to be ac
cepted, whether Justly or not, as
voicing tho sentiment of the sugar
lutrrentn of thorn IslniuH ' '
" .Epitomized, that at-itemejit means.
Community InlereatsHe riamhed. '
The nuUCtln '1s ' not'iyet pre.
pared to believe that Hawaii's claim
PAYABLE ,IN ADVANCE.
ttt Sit Months ,.,, ,Ho
Prr Yer, nrhit la UJ3. I.oo
Per Year, uijrwhert n Ctnidt,., I. Bo
PerVeir llpld, Ipwio, .,,,,. a.oo
Office, -, ,256
Bnttred at ttw Poctoffict at Ilooolala
.M condlMt rattttr.
MAY 27, 1910
upon tho consideration of Congress
to continue the laws -that support
our prosperity Justifies such nn at
tjtude. PROHIBITION'S LATEST
.Prohibitionists havo put forward
their platform, their latest. platform.
Possibly It .would bo more correct
to say that tho citizens assembled
under the banner .of Prphlhltlon
for the promotion of government by
n few of us, havo Issued a declara
tion by which they expect to get
:' Tho platform, so-called, .goes the
limit nnd declares for absolute pro
Hut the .Ink, on the document was
not twenty-four jhours .cold .before
qno of the members of theexectitlvo
Icatmnlttcie .oiaduUh'o statement pri
vately mai no uoes noi ,oeu(;ve in
Prohibition.? Such a remark is,nt
tlroly In keeping with t,he .attitude
of Hie average 'Prohibitionist,.
Taking this platform for what It
purports1 Jo .be nn honest declarai
Uon .ot principles though you know
lt--ls not wo find that the spokes-
.Pien-.for the causa Intend that tho
"talc, manufacture, nnd Importation
of ull Intoxicating liquors shall be
prohibited in this Territory.
This means that they' propose to
overthrow tho promise of Aseni
Woollcy, when ho told tho 8enato
committee .that "In the lavish' hos
pitality that makes the Islands fam
ous ho (the tourist) is '-absolutely
safe- irom alcoholic drouth." The
Prohibitionists by their platform
announce that they will not only
stop the citizen ,and the resident
irom obtaining liquor from any oth
er source- than tho .druc stores.
where" "mcdlclno" Is dispensed, but
they will not allow the satisfaction
of the other Woolley 'promise to, tho
lourtstuiat-Vlhe ship that brings plm
will "not' lack a fu'? supply 'and h'o
can carry his drink ashore." .
Practically speaking, tho Probi-
Hjltlonplatform upsets oyery sug.
gesuon or-, woonoy ana starts oui
with a new promise ' ihat llawah
shall be niado the greatest0descrt,so
far as alcohol Is concerned In the
world, tho only popes b9lng tho drug
stores whpre "mcjilclno" is dealt put'
and possibly the fertilizer works,
where 'scientific concoctions are p;c
pared. This platform, moans that thejP.'o
hlbitlonlsts,.lf succossfuj )h tho com
ing plebiscite, will allow the'rHUeu
of Honolulu to serve nn alcoholic
beverage1 pn ls tabic pnjy w ,loue
as (he supply, purchased bef'oro.th'o
law goes Into effect', hoids out. Im
portation for such purposes Is to, be
prohibited.- "Tha European who has'
been In (he habit of, haying alcoholic
oeverages at icasi in nis nomn, wii
be put In the position ot vlotatlns
the law If,' he continues this com'
fort. The Japauese on ..the plantat
Hon and In the town will not be al
lowed to enjoy his national drink,
cane, as ine imporiaiion 13 io ue pr
vented. The .American citizen 'whQ
considers alcoholic boverajna roj
freshing Is to be barred from, tho uaq
of thoso drinks, notwithstanding
tha nation to .which h,e .lives alleg
lunco recognizes tho ..right of hlii
countrymen to not only 'M but man
ufacture the same.
Tb'e Prohibitionists bv their plat
form declare' that (hey will He -lit
Hawalla ttchtnr- than a. drum nn ,ull
icntters alcoholic. Ant "iey expect
the people to follow In thu lead
The proposal to revolutionize .thoj
hx.hlts ,and.the tastes of various
race of i.'OJie by a met declaiutjt
of law proves one nn 1 nt.htiii two
things. The men behind It are at
tempting something they know thejj
cannot carry out, anil If tbey should
meet w(ih any measure of success
It would create conditions' ju
these Jslunds as wll laiiucii sucn
widespread and .dumug'lng labor
troubles that the loudest spielers for
me Tnu""9n piauonn wouia ue ini
HrBt to strive to Ret out from tinder'-1
nnd upset it.
Thnt plat form doon not voire the
fair-minded, .spirit of tho people of
these IslatidB. It U the expression
of ft prejudiced few "who hope by1
altfe - promises and subterfuges to
foist . their .narrow Idoda .upon .the
majority of tho citizens nnd resi
dents'. It is a platform on which n total
alistnlner. mlflhttnnd and gain for
hlmtelf ft reputation for being nn
honest man. Itnk hypocrisy fits
Voters of the Territory of Hawaii
will not ' support thnt plalforpi.
They Intend to deal honestly with
tho liquor problem. Tho mighty vot
ers nro not dishonest -nor arc they
ANTIPODEAN CHEF ,
Editor Evening II u 1 1 a 1 1 n:
I nm n Ilrltlsher who has Just th
rived from Sydney, N. S. V,, per
steamship Manuka. I Intended go
ing to Vancouver, but acquaintances
aboard tho Manuka, who had stopped
In Honolulu, gavo me such glowing
acconnts of this city thnt I decided
to stop off here, with n view to set
tling, provided I can find tho open
ing I want. Catering Is my line. I
worked In a restaurant In Sydney,
and with a pleco of money I had left
to me, a tidy few hundred pounds,
I'm thinking of starting a rcstnuraut
here. Now I've been ashoro a whljc,
I find that there's ft prohibition
wave hitting t life itqwn, not that jit
may amount to anything, but I'd
like to have a license to sell liquors
It I wont Into the restaurant busi
ness. A chap hesitates laying opt
what .money he hag f It Isn't going
to "Ho. him any good. I've spent my
first day In Honolulu going about a
bit", nnd have failed to find that this
Is not n fairly well-ordered town, I
dropped Into soveral pubs for a gloss
of 'ale, and.i except that I missed see
ing tbo-barmaias we have in Austra
lia, found everything In fine condi
tion, and very pleasant. I'm not
saying I went Into every saloon, ps
youall them here, nnd there might
be somo places that aro not right,
but those I called at were as satis
factory as one would ask for,, nnd
nothing objectionable. I discovered
one restaurant where one might
have something to drink with l)ts
tucker, nnd nm given io understand
that liquor can be .had .at, the hotels.
That Is ns It should.be, according to
my way pi imnninK. i got to lanc
ing with a gentleman I met', nid ha
told me he didn't .think prohibition
.Would be .niado a Jlaw here. He's a
seafaring man, and had been to Syd.
ney, so we had something In com
mon to talk about. He advises me
to, start up a small but select res
taurant, but I want to .make .cer
tain .first If I can get a permit .to
handle wines, ales, beers and liquors
for tbc first-class trade. I take tho
llltcrty of writing these lines hoping'
to seo soraobody answer In your pa
per with advice, for they say tbt
quickest way to get an opinion Is to
write a query In a newspaper.
Thanking you In expectation of seo-
Ing this In print, an'd requesting
that you withhold my namo for the
present and sign this CHEl'.
Honolulu, May 26, 1910.
(Continued from Face I.)
to evade a direct' answer by declaring
that "It Is best for your husband and
your children that you give me your
A few wooks ago, a certain white;
woman, and a member of tho led
Cross, visited tho homes ot tho Hai
wallans oif School street and asked for
their names. She told them accord
Ing to the Hawailans who wero Inter
.viewed by the Dullotln rcpresem
t'U I.. ..'. .-. .' ,' . '''-
Manoa -Valley ", . .3 " $40 .- '
Matlook .Avenu 2 B5' '?'"'
Matlock "Avenue 3 30 '
..Alexander. Street 5 60 . ,
.lunalilo Street , 3 25QivB r
i Nuuanu Street 7 ' '60 - '
Manoa-Valley 3 '60
Young Street 2 30
Improved. and unimoroved, proper.- .' ,
ty, Ja vKanoa, .Kaimuki, .Palolo-,and ' ' " f
inside, districts. . .' " .
To buy ft .small house and lot-in
itiCk...'.. .,..,rf.tUfLF,..44&.J,.t. , I.UfJ.'J'lH.L,... . ..'. a V-. -. ,-, '11 .1
HOUSES FOR RENT
Wahiawa 2 Bedrooms $20.00
; F.earl jHarbor .' 3 ." ,50,00
, Xaimuki 8 . 45.00
Thurston Avenue 4 " .40.00
Kamehameha IV. Road '4 " '25,00
' Anapunl Street ., .- 2 " 30,00
IUnpki, 12th .Avenue .3 !' .35,00
, lewers Road 3 " .30,00
Kinau and Pensacola 2 " 25.00
Jfanoa Valley ... " 35.00
' Call at our office, 916 Fort street, for further informa
tion, and ask to see our list of Furnished Houses.
.ar it- m r V A a ft
Trent Trust Co., Ltd.
Ten 10) Rooni
- House In
Modern .and in Best of
Lnwo grounds (45,000 sq.
ft.), .Grqwlng Trees, Garden,
Chicken .Corrals, 'etc.
Entire grounds all fenced
and well Improved.
Bishop Trust Co., Ltd.
tativo, mat she. was a lady census
enumerator. Somo of tho Hawaiian
women, who, did' not know tho differ
ence between tho census book, and tho
ordinary scratch book, of- courso fur
nished tho self-styled -consus enumer
ator with tho Information.- Thoso who
know better declined to answer.
Tho fact Is, that the self-styled ccn
bus lady enumerator was a prohibition
agent. Sho was getting tho names of
tho Hawailans with a view to usln.
them when needed by the leaders of
tho prohibition lenguo. At tho tme
sho visited the homes ot tho Hawail
ans sho was wearing tho Tied Cross
In order to mako tho matter clear
to tho public a Ilull.o.tln reporter
Interviewed a number of tho JIawa.li
ana this morning. Tho following con
vernations wero passed .between tho
visitor and some of the Hawaiian wo
"You tell mo your namo," demanded
tho self-styled lady enumerator to
Mrs. Keawa Nawahl, ono of tho Ia
"What do, you wantf" ,nkcd,Mrs, tya
wnhl In Burprlso and with anxiety.
"tfo plllkla," tho visitor said, "you
tell namo all somo this." tho visitor
responded ,as sho took out her book
and Indicated tp Mrs.-Nawahl that sho
intended to write, down' Mrs. Nawahl's
namo In (he record book
Your kane. namowhpi," asked the
lsJtor In .broken, languagq so
Merchant Streets ' 'ny.'.i
,V-V t ! ( If
Xhe'un-tc-date .method of commit-
.nicatinjj with' business associates
pffice open Sunday from 8 to 10
Mrs. Nawahl could understand.
"What's tho matter with mu his
band's name!" answered Mrs, Na
"You speak malkat mo put Inside,"
responded .the visitor. as sho picked up
her book and showed It to Mrs. Na
"Stipposo yon no speak no good,"
Bald tho visitor again. "I like kane
name go InsMo pan plllkla," added
In order to get rid ot tho visitor,,
Mrs. Nawahl deefded to tell her , hus
band's name. TJils tlono, tho "en'u
mcrator"!oft. Before coming to Mrs. Nawahl's
place, tho "enumerator" visited the
homo of another Hawaiian woman,
who understands (he English language;
very well. Hero, too, sho, trl?d .hard
to accomplish her purpose, but It
was of.no avail. ,,
According t" this Hawaiian woman,
tho first thing' itlint'iho woman did
after arrlylng was to ascertain the
name of. her husband.
"What Is your husband's .name,
pl?aso?" ..she demanded.
This manner of. questioning anger
ed the hortcss, and' Bho refused right
away to msr-or It,'
"What ,,r ' ii want to know my hus
band's n-... - for?" answered' tho
Tn-ause I want to know It."
"V'i i a. o you and what Is your
bua.ii. ;'.''' asked tho hostess ot the
"Well, I want to know tho namo of
your husband, hecauso It Is a good
.thing for you," came hack tho an
swer. "What is ,your namo, then, Mrs?"
aBked tho, l.ndy again.
"What do you want to know my
namo for?'' asked the hostess.
"Well," answered" the 'woman, "It Is
a good thing for you and your chil
dren." "Wen, responded the hostess, "aro
you worklng.for tho prohibition?"
"Yes," that Is the reason why I
want to get tho namo of your hus
band," was tho response.
WANTED ONE VOTE';
WHO'S THE MAN!
(Continued from Page 1.)
the poor, people would receive some
Aylett has long and loudly lifted
up t)ls voice In protest against the
ordinance and stoutly Insisted that
tho cty has no money at present
available for luxuries.
McClellan, the third supervisor In
the opposition camp, has plainly;
stated his' position in combating the
ordinance, his main contention be.
Ing that the work could be done at
considerable ysavlng to tho city by
To pass tbe paving ordinance over)
the head of Mayor Fern's veto will
rcqulro the vote of one of thesd
men. As far as can bo. learned thercj
is no omer way arouna-u.
iience ino question more or less
freely met ,wftb In "city hair' clr
"Who will lt.be?"
In gYng his .reasons for casting
a vet'oi'Mayo'r Kern writes' the board
Tlio ilon'prablo. Boord of .Supervlsori)
of the city and County of Hono
Oentlemcn. I return herewith Dll
No. 22 "An ordlnanco relating to thd
paying of .Fort street, In tho district
of Honolulu, between tho makal side
ot Queon street and tho raauka side
ot Heretanla streets', with 'BHullthlo'
pavement;" without my approval and
do hereby specifically disapprove
sstno for tho rensons herelnaftbr sci
Ountlng In part from my mr-snagn
to this Hoard of data' March 29, ifllO
"I wish It thoroughly understood that
I nm In nowise opposed to, but In
I hearty', favor of, bucu road construe-
,ttpn .nnd.,imotPjpmmt .in.tho .qity .anii
County m tho public finances will Ad
mit of .nnd .that .1 vwlll .gladly cooper
ato with your Honorable Body In any
Fay 1 .properly , may townjd bringing
nbont Jesuits In iiftt direction."
I Imllovo 'tho roads throughout tho
(stand aro In better shape today .thap
ever before and show a Judicious ex
penditure of public money, Ihcrefofo
t this tlmo I would cajl' your atten
tion to tho other departments which
need Improvements and havo boon
ncglcctcd'for (he sako of tho roads.
Tho nrgument .has been raised .that
tho proposed contract provided for by
this ordinance could bo handled by
Inking the money necessary from the.
Honolulu Road Department's regular
appropriation, but by so doing tho de
partment work would .bo so crippled
ihat not even the necossary upkeep
work would bo done but the petitions
from various new communities and lo
calities whore there Is n very1 poor, or
no road at nil, would bo neglected and
disregarded for another -six months.
I am .of the 'opinion .that .tho prom
ises made to tho Arc, police, and elec
tric light departments should bo kept
In so far as' necessary repairs .and rei
newnls, etc.,, arc concerned If there Is
any monoy-ovcr nnd nbove.our cqmlng
Figures from tho. tnx otllce show
only a slight Incrcaso so far this ,yoar
over the same period last year In taxes
and we, aro stll somewhat'.l'n the dark
as to tho exact amount tho Territorial
Auditor .will glyd us, In our July .clcap
MpNRSr.crtheJcsB t docs , not ,pqk .asjf,
there will ho n.firoat amount of mone.y,
left after taking caro of the Juno bills,
wh,ch wero set over Into July In onU
er to make up the1 deficit Incurred dur
ing the present period. f
Basing my objections on the finan
cial condition of the City and County
and tho promises mado to tho other
dcpartmcnts( months bctoro tho pav
ing contract came up, as I said above,
I cannot see my way clear to approve
t J. J. FEftN,
- - Mayor.
TAFT SIQNS ORGANIC ACT.
(Continued from Page 1.)
In general aro so complete and clear
In thomBelves thnt detailed explana
tion Is unnecessary. It enlnrgcg- tho
powers ot the Legislature: 10-provldes
for Increase .In tho salaries of mem
bers of tho Legislature and a ''num
ber ot. executive dnd judicial officers;
It settles serious doubts as to the ap
plicability of various Federal laws to
Hawaii,- .the powers, ot tho Legisla
ture with reference to appropriations
and the validity of numerous natural
izations made by the circuit courts,
and other Important matters; It .Im
proves In several respects tho law re
lating to disqualifications of judges;
it provides for tho acquisition from
tlie'-Kedernl government of tho tltlo to
proportjj used or required by tho Ter-'
rltory and the counUes for public pur
poses; It contains provisions which
will facilitate the sale ot public bonda
at higher prices and lower rates p(
Interest; It makes app)cabIo to ,i(u
wall general. Federal appropriations,
especially those for tho benefit of the
smaller agricultural Industries.
"As Its principal feature, bowoycri
tho bill makes many long-desired .and!
much-needed changes' In tho land laws;
of Hawaii. ,H simplifies tho admlnls
t ration of those laws and sett If h a
number of Important quostlpns ;is tp
their meaning; It provides for giving
to persons, of whom dhcro nro, many;
especially Hawailans and Portuguese;
residing on publlo lanJs, .preference
.rights to obtain tltlo to tholr home;
It nlBO provides for settling tho title,
ot many churchos to thn lots which
.thoy have long used as church sites;
and it places appropriate limitations
on tho power of. selling, leasing and
exchanging large tracts of publlq
"Tho principal changes, however. In
tho land laws consist-In tha provisions
.Intended for tho furtherance of home-
HENyou, purchase a fine
Watch, you v?ant one
that will last for
years; one 4iat will
give satisfaction under all
conditions. .Howard, patches
havpithe reputation of bein"
accurate timekeepers, and,"
with the .proper' care, will
.last a lifetime sor longer.
They cost ft little more than
other makes of watches, hut
they are, worth more. We sell
Howards at the factory price,
and' have a .large stock on
hand at all times.
H. F. Wichman
bojlprnow8tthat' Ivory Soap Ja" the
best(of bath, nursery and
fine laundry soaps.
But a great many peo
ple ,dp not know that 'it
is just as good for the
toilet as for the bath.
... t , , ,
It ,is, (hough; and for
th,e sarrjo .reason.: It is
jnire apgp find nothing
99o P6r Ant. Pure
Steading: .first by cpabllng Intending
sellers to obtain homesteads at rea
sonable prices drawings' Instead of
bolng subjected to tho risk ot paying
excessive prices at auction sales, ami
by permitting .the times limited for
compliance with homestead conditions
to be .extended In proper cases; sec
ond, ly, ,by c'offlnlng tho jrRlt . to ac
quire homesteads to cltlsens not, al
ready siifficlcnily provided for;' and,
thirdly, by preventing aliens, .corpora
tions and large land holders from af
terwards obalnng control of . th j
hpmestended lands, but at tho .somo
time not unduly preventing tho homo,
stcadcr from mortgaging or otherwise
transferring tho land for propr pui
poses." THURSTON TENETS
Prohibitionists Hold Their
Tljo flrsl regular mcptlng of. tho (o
Jpwers ot John G. Voollcy for lho,puri .
poses ot organization .was hold. last. .
night In the assembly room of the Y. '
M. C. A. building and wo'b attended by
about a hundred ot thoso who support
the Woolloy Idea of prohibition.
The adoption of the resolution em
bodying tho Ideas of tho league.. prac
tically amounted, to a. repudiation,, and
a turnabout from somo of tho asser
tions mado by -Woolley during' the
courso of his public statements. -
The 'prohibition ' platform as ap
proved last night provides ifor tbo
"prohibition of the sale, . manufacture
and tho Importation of Iquor."
L, A. Thurston was tho leader of tho
meeting as far as the active part In
the discussion of the tcnots ot tho pro
hibitionists were concerned.
Tho meeting was callod to order by
J. P. Cooke, who stated (hat, tho meet
ing .had been called as a xfsult of a
preliminary mooting held last week in
jhe .rooms o'f tho, Chamber of Com
merce)."" Mr. Cook'o '"stated that this
commltteo was composed of five cit
izens who had drafted an outline for
tho prohibition declaration of prin
ciples. ,,The list of the names for,.,the com
mittees was then read as follows:
J. P. Cooke, chairman.
n. II. Trent, Apt vlco chairman. ,
' D. Ka)auokalanl, Sr., second vice
C. H. Dickey, secretary,
Jt R. Gait; treasurer.
Executive Committee. Tho cxecu
tlvo committee Includes Fred W.
Decklcy, J. P.,Cooko, C. If. Dickey,
Abraham Fernandez. J. If. FlBher, J.
It. Gait, A. Gartley,, William" Henry, J.
K. Kalanlanaole, Pavld'.Kalauokalani,
8r JEben P. low, A. S. Mahaulu, Paul
Super, U A. Thurston and Tt. H. Trent,
i The platform had already been pre
pared by U A. Thurston. (After ho
red',hlsf platform ."ThprBtpn stated .that
(ho prohlbitlon'lBta wero ln'"''a wis
nlng light" and would have things. all
their own way. t-
Tho amendment to, the platform put
ting the league on record against the
importation dt llquqr was Inserted on
tho motion pf C. K. Koaloha, whoso
expression of opinion on this point
seemed to bo 'expected. - -
Tharston stated that. tho Legislature
.did not havefbo1powr t Provontfho
(mpprlatlon of' liquor and h'o ' stajod
.further that he doubted, t,ho advisabil
ity of 'making such ah amendment. J.
A, Magoon endorsed the suggestion of
the amendment, Thurston concurring,
and It was .placed In tho platform.
j meeting of the commltteo will be,
held this afternoon at 1 o'clock..
Ueware of the man who savs he
novor beat, anyone out of a cent.- He's
'probably planning to separate' you
from sev.eral of your hard-earned
It is well enough to ba candid,, but
It Isn't necessary to tell tho. neigh
bors nil the. mean things you know
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