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JEVEN1N0 BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. It , MONDAY, JU.S'E 13. 1410.
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At 12Q King Street, Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii.
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CIRCULATION LARGEST OF ANY NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED
in the Territory of Hawaii.
T-i I Editorial Rooms. - 185
1 I.lBuslness Office, - 256'
Batered tt tfet Fottofficc tl Honolulu
u McoDd,ut matters
MONDAY , JUNE 13. 1910
A few more mile of silent sym-1 bands of the voters of the Territory,
pathy, ,a few more tender words, a 'particularly the Hawaiian-American.
little more restraint in temper, may
HOME FOR SALE
This property consists of a mod.
era S room bungalow, on car line.
Modern plumbing; finishing 'is 'in
natural wood. Lot contains about
10,000 square feet; alligator pear
trees, mango trees and orange trees
were planted some years ago and are
now bearing. Artesian water is se
cured in abundance and at a nom
inal rate from private artesian well
in adjoining lot. This bargain is
only for a short time.
Trent Trust Co., Ltd.
make all the difference between hftD
J ' mImas nviil VnlCliAnninnti 4 v tnM T
ilive with. Stopford Brooke.
Unddr the tnrlrt hoard to which
fligthu Insurgent Senators agreed the
,''.Slhcr la', the. President sas we are
to set u scientific tariff. Ecrono
hopes It will be one that fits.
Uarfield and I'lnchot hailed nsthe
3i leaders, of a new party suggests that
when Roosevelt gets back ho w III be
'. ' satisfied with being nothing less than
the whole thing.
it will be tho T
Denvrr, tho largest city In which
the prohibition question has been put
to the test of ballots, gave an cstl
'mated majority for license In tho
neighborhood of 15,000, nearl) two
to one against prohibition Kcws
Worcester, MaBS, that was once
forced Into tho Prohibition column,
returned to license by an even larger
majority. These cities show the
steady ndtnnco of control by legal
methods as opposed to the reign of
confessed lawlessness under Prohibition.
Protection of their rights and prlv.
lieges as American citizens Is what
the Hawaiian-Americans hao to
carry first In mind In tho present
day, and they will not be decehed
by false application of the words of
their greatest leader.
Why should our ministerial friend's
persist In trslng to saddle Abraham
Lincoln1 with their lawless prohibi
tory measures? One of Lincoln's
most famous speeches was devoted to
an explanation of the superiority of
education and persuasion over lo
. lence, SHls own storo took out a Hq
'nor license. Itecords of tho Illinois
Legislature show that on December
19, 1810, It was moved to enact by
amendment that "no person shall bo
licensed to sell vinous or spirituous
llquorsjn this State." Abraham Lin
coln moved to lay this amendment on
tho table. A week later an attempt
was made to pass a provision that a
liquor license could he refused If a
majority of tho otors In the town,
district or ward protested. Abraham
Lincoln voted against this restrlc.
tlon. On January 13 ho voted again
to tho same effect. Abraham Lincoln
always . supported temperance, but
netcr subscribed to the Prohibition
PROHIBITION'S USUAL ANSWER..
Prohibition's response to n plain
, etatcment of tho present law enacted
fna tl. K. nnnliinl rt itin llmin tn flirt
, yiUl lllty I.UIIIIUI Ul IIIC lUU IIHUIW
Mm ttin itaunl flint
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J. V.UIM) IIUIIIV.i
C fti liinol.l knr.llH nHnn.t , 1. A rn,
uuo Tjuuig iiaiui CA'Vvb lllo iui
'crs of the Territory of Hawaii to
1 overthrow tho laws they have cre
ated after-) ears of careful study and
experience, In ordor to try an expert-
Anient that has nothing In local expe
rience or promlso for the future to
UJvrccomniend It over tho law now on
j I no statute dooks,
Tho voters will stand by the prcs-
INTER STATE LAW AND
Hawaii and the Hawallans have
had so much thrown at them of late
In the way of alleged correction of
their habits and moral convictions
by, legislative enactmont that it ts
of especial Interest for them to ob-
seno how their fellow Americans
feel toward Buch movements.
The hobbyists In this Territory
havo first endeatored to prohibit
most everything In Hawaii, by Fed
eral enactment, mat win result in
the treatment of our Territory either
as an Indian reservation or In a
manner that has never been dupli
cated In any other part of the coun
Following the Bame line of action,
a Congressman named Smith has en
deavored to correct the human de
tire to read the story of a prizefight
by having Congress pass a law for
bidding tho transmission from ouo
State to another of tho nows and de
tails of the championship contest that
Is to take place In San Francisco on
The manner In which the people
of tho mainland receive such foolish
legislation, that Is quite on a par
with the, local campaign to extend
interstate commerce law to our
shipping and attempting to prohibit
the use of liquor by Federal laws. Is
very well set forth In the following
editorial remarks by the New York
"Tho surest way to get an Immoral
government nt Washington Is toes.
tabllsh there a goernment of mor
als. Paternalism Is bad and central
ization Is dangerous, but a Federal
Pecksniff would be a humbug be
"Probably Uepresentathe Smith
Imagines that his bill forbidding tho
transmission from one State to an
other, of prizefight news Is justified
by the commerce clause of tho Con
stitution. The power of Congress
oter" Interstate commerce Is plainly
written. It Is Instructive 'to note
that recent tendencies to stretch
this authority Into fields that are In
no Ben Be commercfal have now re
vealed a legislator who hopes at one
stroke to use It ns a blanket for the
whole realm of morals.
"If as a regulator of commerce
Congress can guide the tastes of tho
people In the matter of newspaper
reading, protecting for example the
Innocent populace of New York from
tho contaminating Influence of San
Francisco, It will Boon have on Its
hands a continental task In regener
atlon. It can not stop with a news
censorship. People eat things, drink
things, wear things and do things
that are execrable. The commerce
clause duly exerted by Congress will
localize every ono of them.
"A statesman of Mr. Smith's aus
tere, virtue and. correct Idoas should
have no difficulty In that case In
making our State lines look like the
Chinese Wall at the time tho IloxerB
addreBBed tbemseUes to the foreign
deylls. At home In Connecticut,
Now Jersey, Iowa, Indiana or Ken
tucky a man might weur a red neck
tie, eat onions for breakfast, smoke
a rope, carry a flask In his hip-
pocket or pick his teeth with a Jack
knife and be a model citizen, but
when be came to the boundary Mr.
Smith's Interstate morals and otl-
ouette act would, apply and the heavy
hand of government would fall on
"It Is a bright and beautiful
dream, but, alas, it Is only a dream.
The united States Government was
l ot Instituted for such spurposos. It
meddles a. good doal with matters
that are none of Its business. It is
Inclined to extend Its powers unduly,
It might do many foolish things
under thn commerce' r-lauso If It could
find a court that would class morals,
Ten (10) Room
Modern and in Best of
Large O rounds (46,000 sq.
ft.). Crowing Trees, Garden,
Chicken Corrals, etc.
Kntlro grounds all fenced
and woll improved.
Bishop Trust Co., Ltd.
WILL HELP YOU IK BUSINESS.
OPEN SUNDAYS PROM 8 "TO 10
Hawaiians and Haoles Unite in Ob
servance of Natal Day Picnics
,-and Sports Held.
Harly on Saturday morning mem
bers or Ilawalf Cbaptdr, Order 6t Ka
mehamcha, assembled .at their half
and marched to tho Jiiillclnrj build
ing, whore the statue of the Napo-
I I...... . it... tl.nlffn n .1nfim.nl.in
IVUll Ul U1U I Ill-IMU HUH UtVUHHV"
with lets niul palm branches.
The weather was perfect for tho
observance ot the natal day ot the
great King, nnd tho whole populace
enjojed It in some manner. Picnics,
ball games nnd other sports, ending
the day with n prizefight, were some
of the wajs In which the people of
Honolulu observed the day.
All business was suspended, nnd
merchants and their clerks, bankers
and truck drivers, nil deserted dull
bmdocss and work for n full day of
Luaus were the order of the day
among the Hawallans, and even
where they made pilgrimages to dec
orato the statue of Kamchamcha,
each one bringing a floral tribute In
honor of the great King.
chances are that several weeks nt
least will pass beforo his effort to
guide newspaper readers Into tho
straight and narrow way will bo
heard from again." t
MANOA NEEDS DELIVERY
Tho extension of n mall delivery
service usually accompanies tho de
velopment of a community, but the
residents of Manoa Valley have nbout
reached the conclusion that they are
tho victims ot an unreasonable ex
ception to this well defined rule.
Moll Is not delivered to tho homes
of Manga Valley residents at the
present time, and there does not
seem to be any Immediate prospect
ot the needed service being estab
lished. The resident of Manoa has
to secure tho mall by a trip to the
poqtofflce. In tho cases where n
'man of tho house Is lackng," and
no ono makes regular daily trips
downtown, the absence ot a delivery
works something ot a hardship.
Manoa is deprived of n mall deliv
ery servlco which It ought to have.
WAY TO MANILA
(Continued from Pace 1,
c8sel for Manila by the way ot Guam
at ft o'clock tomorrow afternoon.
The 80 men of tho Second Field Ar
tlllery, better known as tho "Jackass'
battery, who tried to liven up the
Paris ot America nt San Francisco
Saturday night, are nil on board tho
troopship, clean, sober nnd penitent
Captain Francis W. Griffin, who Is in
command of tho battery, la Inclined
It doesn't mend matters to fix tho
responsibility of a railroad wreck,
A confidence man hag no confi
dence In any man, but himself, ,
i m a . i
-BULLETIN AD8 PAY-JJJS
Sounding tho praises of
Ayer's Hair Vigor. That's
what ovory ono tloca who uses
ifor tho hair.
If you don't
praise it, then
you must not
uso it. You sec,
you will bo bo pleased
Tiith it that you will
just havo to tell your
friends nil about it.
removes dandruff, makes tho
hair grow thick and heavy.
Handsomohair) rich, glossy
hair, always attracts. You
may havo just such hair if
you will uso Ayer's Hair
Vigor. Accept no substitute.
Prnirti Dr. 1. C. Ar 4 C, lanH Hut., UU
Prohibitionists are using tho
words of the great Kamehameha to
wheedle the Hawaiian-Americans
Into voting for a Prohibition of tho
liquor truffle that will not prohibit,
nnd wIiobo advocates upd supporters
do not oxpect It to prohibit.
' Kamelnimlha wus the greatest of
Hawaii's Readers. lfa gave tho
Hawaiian 'nation Its constitution
under which his nation finally ad
vanced to a union with tho frest
American Republic whose constltu.
tlon makes of every citizen a king,
free to follow the dictates ot his own
Kamehameha taught temperance In
all thinks. Hut Kamehameha would
hardtyuo expected to urge his people
to follow tho leadership aud listen to
the smooth promises of tbo advocates
of a movement tbu practical result
of which would be to put Ila.wali on
much tho samo plane as an Indian
Thlsftvnn thn gahin ot tllh Trohl-
1 uttlnnlits In Washington, nnd ha
ting been defeated in their first plan, I fashions, habits and appetites under'
Ithey "ndwcome beforo the cltlteng of that heading. And yot, formidable
Hawaii seeking a vindication at the as Mr. Smith appears to be, the
1 FOR RENT:
Manoa Valley ; 3 $40
Matlock Avenue 2 23
Matlock Avenue 3 30
Alexander Street 5 60
Lunalilo Street 3 25
Nuuanu. Street 7 CO
"' ,Manoa Valley .,.., 3 60
' ' ""Young Street 2 30
I' -'. .,- .
I FOR .SALE: '
Improved and unimproved proncr
i tyin Manoa, iKairaukl, Palolo and
inside -districts. ,
To buy a small house and lot in
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Hare Always Bought
Signature of Qut&ffiuC&te
to belittle tho escapade. He declared
that ho gae half his battery liberty
on Saturday and tho other half on
Sunday, and that tho men wore their
side arms by his permission. In ew
of the fact that the men had been on
their good behavior Blnce leaving
Wjomlng, the officers wero disposed
to regard the San Francisco rough
honso ns ono of those accidents which
will happen In the best regulated families.
The Iogan left thirteen cabin pas
sengers at 1 onolulu Among those
dlseinbarglnk u ttlils port wns Col.
W. S .Schuyler of tho Dili Cavalry,
who has been on leave. Whllo away
Colonel Schuyler lsltcd tho Pacific
ccvst and western army posts. Ho
returnod today with his nephew
George 8 Pcbacffcr.
A ra' " art and repair man In
the pcruu.i W I- J. Cinder nrrlved by
tl.e troops' .
Vi 'il I Cnrthy, a clll nnd con-
Ht.'i- i engineer, has urrhed and
will uv up his duties with the quar
Klght enlisted men, all of whom
are recruits, will be assigned to the
Among tho through passengers en
routo to the Philippines are P, W,
Tynan, a former Manila newspaper
man who Is returning to tho Faraway
Islands after carrying on nn energetic
campaign throughout the eastern
States In tho interests ot the Philip
pine Carnival Association.
Tho Logan Is carrying u light list
of steerage passengers. There arc
113 men of the Second Field artillery,
80 enlisted men ot the United States
Mnrlno Corps, S casuals. The total
passengers on board the esael num
ber but 340. The Logon is sailing for
Manila by the way ot Guam at G
o'clock tomorrow evening.
Another Big Sale
Egyptian Silver Shawls
(In Black and White)
Wore $10 to $15
Now $6 to $8
A FEW EXTRA HEAVY ONES AT $11.00
This is the last opnortunity to get these Shawls at RE
SALE BEGAN THIS (MONDAY) M0RNINO, and will
last THREE DAYS ONLY.
PARISIAN ART CO.
REV. DESHA TOLD
Hawaiians Celebrate With
With tl0 ai.mial address of tho
Hcv. Stephen L. Desha, pastor of Ha
iti church of Hllo, to tho members
of the Kamehameha Lodgo nnd Kna
humanu Society, who assembled ps
terday In Kawnlahao church, the cel
ebration by the native Hawallans in
memory of their great King Kamo
hamcha I, tho consolldator of tho
Hawaiian Islands, wos celebrated.
The ablo delivery of the sermon
by the noted pulpit orator of tho Is
lands was listened to with tho great
est Interest and satisfaction. Those
who heard new Desha josterday de
clared after tho services that t,hey
were exceedingly pleased at having
attended, for many thlngB In the llfo.
of tho great isamennmena, as sei
forth by the orator, were new to
Beginning with tho boyhood days
of Kumehaiueha, Rev. Mr. Desha ml
nutel told of his t(Kanichnmeha'a)
gradual development until he united
all the iBlnnds, .from" Hawaii to Nll-
hau, under ono hpad.
One of tho moit Important parts
of Kamehameha's success, the Ilev.
Desha Bald, was becauso of his obedi
ence to tho advice of his tutors. Tho
neakcr admitted that tho great con
solldator of tho Islands was phslcal.
ly and mcntnlly tlblo to do as ho
pleased, but bofore proceeding to do
that which he thought best, he nl
wajs consulted his advUors. H?
n creat worker and was not
ashamed to work, regardless of his
klngl position in Hie. ncsiaes incso
two things, ho was porsoverlng, and
tho rre.llpat ot nil his DCCUllarltloS
was that he loved his peoplo one and
nil. All theso things put logomer
made Kamchnmcha the greatest and
most beloved of all tho kings of Ha
Tho historical Kawalahao church
urn fill p.t m Its utmost capacity.
Members of tho Kii"Dhameha Lodge
occupied the maKai suio or. mo
church, whlleMho Kaahumanus seat
ed thenisehes on tho mnuka sldo. Tho
Kamehamehas woro tholr splendid
colored ahuulas, whllo tho Kaahu
manus were In black, with nima
icls around their necks.
The Interior of tho church wns
most appropriately decorated with
flowers of different colors, adding
much to Its nttractlveness. The lab-
let of the deceased Queen Kaahu
mnnu, near the entrnnco of tho
Church, was likewise decorated with
Graduation books, a large assort'
mtnt just received, some Very choice.
Drown L Lyon Co , Ltd, '
Mr. and Mrs, II. O. Hoswcll of Kwa,
announce tho engagement of .thplr
daughter, Eva,, to Mr.'Ellwood C. Wil
der of New York City.
Dr. Pratt of the Doard of Health
has been BuffeiiiiK from heart troubto
for neeinl days and Is at homo today
under strict orders from Mott-Smlth
of the board to tako a rest. .Dr.
Pratt has been devoting a largo
amount ot time to tho mosquito cam
paign In addition to his other work,
aud Is need of a vacation.
Attorneys for tho plalntlfthavo filed
a motion for new trial In tho eject-,
ment casof W.'O. Smith ct als ver
sus Kalclahl. This was tho buU for
the possession of certain land at Wn
tertown which was tried recently In
Judgo Whltnej's court beforo a Jury
nnd occupied five weeks.
Thcro were forty-eight cases on tho
police court calendar this morning
and most of them were sent over till
futuro dates. ,
Fort and Merchant Street! (i ;fy Tfr
If you are looking for a
suitable gift for a lady, we
would call your attention to
our large stdck of rich CUT
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We particularly mention our
elegant line of VASES of all
sizes and shapes, and of beau
tiful design. ,
In CUT CLASS we handle
Hawkes' it's known, to be
the best. x
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This is the expression we mave from all who have viewed our
new arrivals in the NEW, SMART SPRING STYLES. Newness
and beauty in footwear were never more evident. '
In the new short-vamp patterns. Pat
ent leather vamps and cloth tops:
others of dull kid with kid tops; still
others made of all Cravenette cloth.
Style iuslj like put. Price
$4.50 and $5.00
Without straps; "no bulging," "no
slipping.' Made in Black or White
Suede, slightly extended soles, Cuban
heels. They flt the arch and cling
at the heel. Style just as cut. Tho
pair .' '
B 7 7
Made of Bright Patent Colt Skin,
Black Suede, and Sea Island Duck;
plain dress toes, Cuban heels. Just
enough trimming to show class;
walking weights. Priced exception
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