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KVENINO nULLBTlN, IIONOMJMJ, T, II.. WEDNHBDAY. JUNI3 IB, 1010.
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WEDNESDAY JUNE 15, 1010
Let not opinion make thy judgment
The evening cdnquest crowns the
Don't waste paper and envelopes
l) sending nnonjinoin communica
tions to the Bulletin.
When California Rets a lioom It
docs all possible to keep It going.
Thus the great State keeps on grow
ing. According to the lcns of man,
thcie are quite a number of old
women already members of the Pres
Perhaps Ajlctt wants to consult
Ills attorney in order to learn
whether he did not make the error
or raising sixteen tents to sixteen
Prohibition finds its most itrMcnt
and Insistent ndocateB among the
promoters of government 1) commis
sion. Why tote for the government
by commission combination?
As an employer of Hawallans and
u man born and raised In Hawaii,
.Mr. McLean knows as much about
the Hawallans, and is more deeply
Interested in their welfare than
One of tho curiosities of the Pro
hibition campaign Is that Leader
Woollcy Is so thoroughly discredited
that his services must be used under
cover. Kvcn in Washington, Wool
Icy and Woollejlsm thrived only
when operating In the secret conclaves.
Judging from all that can be
learned from Washington, "we
didn't allow the United States" to
extend the Interstate commerce law
to our Interlsland trade, despite the
fact that Thurston urged It; not for
personal reabous, but for the great
good It will do.
Having becomo useless to the Pro
hibition forces ns an open worker
for their cause, It is apparent that
Woollcy ai.d Woolleylsm are being
worked through the editorial col
umns of the morning paper.
Woolley is devoting his latest at
tention to the saloon. He has been
on so many sides of the Prohibition
question that most anything he sas
today does not jibe with the position
ho took jesterday, hut he has said
over his own signature that he re
fuses to enlist with any party "ex
Prohibition does not reduce the
number nor the evils of tho sa
loonund Woolley and his followers
know It. v It changes the name of
the saloon to tho blind pig, where
any degree of enforcement is main
talned, and in the great majority of
Prohibition cities and towns the sa
loon exists In spite of the law be-euuao-tlio
people are not in sympa
thy with the prohibitory measures.
Prohibition changes the form of the
saloon and Intensifies the evils.
Ilur the saloon Is not tho Issue
boforejthe voters of the Territory
of Hawaii. The saloon can be wiped
out under the present law If the sen
tlment?of the people supports such
The Issue before the people Is
whether they will vote to support
Woolle) and Woollevlsm, the hy
pocrisy of which Is exemplified In
the following samples
r "AU'J It further declares that the
Importation of Intoxicating, spirit
uous,' vinous and malt liquors Into
this Territory, except for medicinal
or scientific purposes, should be pio
hlblted by Congress." Plank In the
Prohibition platform of Woolley
partyhpromulgated May 'JG.
"And If he (the tourist) really
requires alcohol, the ship that brings
him will not lack a full supply; and
In tholavlsli hnspllnllty that makes
tho Islands famous ho Is absolutely
eafo Irm alcoholic drought." J. 0.
Woolley, February 11, before U. 8
BenatfCommlttee on Pacific Islands
and Pofio Rico.
HONOLULU AFRAID OF 1TSEL"
Why Is It that so many people of
Hnwall persist in retarding the
progress of tho Territory bj being
in constant fear of a boom, depre
cating n boom, and bearing down
hard on the soft pedal every tlmo
nn ono suggests advancement but
sldo the drear) humdrum of ordi.
nary dull days
This question Is suggested by tho
first paragraph In the latest publici
ty document Issued by the Pacific
Coast Development Ilureau, that Is
successor to the California Promo
tion Committee. The paragraph reads
SAN niANClSCO, June ...
California Is aflame over Its oil
boom. It Is the latest ''and
greatest boom of all that the
West has ever known. Already
Is has surpassed real estate,
stock and grain, wine and
- fruits'. Even mining and tho
old reliable "tourist crop" now
look palo, unexciting and un
important by comparison with
This makes one think of Haw nil
it- Is so different.
Should the Hawaii Promotion
Committee put the word "boom" In
n y of Its circular or personal letters,
io financial forefathers of the ham
ot would turn in their graves and
he present caretakers of the com
munity would probably throw sev
eral conniption fits and threaten to
withdraw their subscriptions.
Hawaii has, during the past two
)ears, had a season of sustained pros
perity that probably can not be du
plicated In any portion of the Unit
ed States, not even In the famous
oil region. Should the same thing
occur on the Pacific Coast, It would
be heralded as a boom, and tho peo
ple would be proud of It. National
programs assure the development
of Pearl Harbor with such certainty
that the samo conditions existing in
any city of the mainland would also
be heralded as a boom and the peo
ple would be proud of that..
Hut what do we do hero in Ha
waii? Most every time a man gets out
Into the open and sayB boom, our
conservative fellow citizens rise up
from their corners and say, "Hush,
for Heaven's sake. They might hear
us In Washington. They may tako
the tariff off sugar. The labor may
quit us tomorrow. Pearl Harbor
may not be ns much as we think It
Is." And so forth.
Honolulu Is doing what no other
HOME FOR SALE
This property-, consists of a mod
ern 5 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 orango 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.
Have You Seen
that ten-room house at Kai
muki which can be bought for
The lot is 45,800 square
feet. This is a property that
should not have to go begging
BishopTrust Co.9 Ltd.
For Business Communications
On Sunday mornings the office is
open from eight until ten.
whole city blockB could bo had If the
purchaser would pay tho taxes.
When handled correctly, a boom
Is a mighty good asset. The West
generally makes the most of a boom.
California does this. Honolulu docs
Its utmost to stlllo a boom, and some
people even turn pale when tho
word Is mentioned. The sooner our
people get over this habit, the
belter. When they are relieved of
tho threatened blight of Prohibition,
they should launch out, and If Ha
waii wants to boom on BUgnr, tour
ists, pineapples, and cotton, wlij.let
been requested tlmo and tlmo again
for this piny and In consequence ho
will glvo this great play a very olnli
oralo production apodal flro works
for the Drocken sceno arrived on tho
last 'Frisco boat and over)' little de
tail will bo given proper attention.
This great play will bo presented
for tho last three nights of UiIh week
with n special matlnco on Saturday
Mr. Louis Morrison who has played
this great part over threo thousand
times will he seen to groat advan
tage In tho rolo of Mcphlxto.
In Jhc matter of the cstato of George
Namokurha tho administratrix, Lizzie
Nnmokiicha, tins filed a petition for the
allowances of final accounts. July 25
lift") boon set ns the daj for hearing
Provldo for the future of our famllj
by opening n savings account today at
tho Hank of Hawaii, Ltd , niid make
It n rule to deposit each pay day n
ccrtnln percent of jour earnings.
If you want your beer served with
a sparkle and snap go to the Criterion,
corner of Hotel and llcthcl streets,
and order a glass of draught beer. You
will pronounco It the best over.
American community In the world la i
duplicating deprecating Its own
opportunities by being afraid of It
self, It Is sitting on the safety
valve so hard that If we don t
watch out It will push the safety
valve down through.
When compared with tho great
commonwealths of the Pacific Coast,
as well as the ltttlo cities of the
same relative size none of which
can boast of the same wealth Ho
nolulu la playing the gamo of prog
ress like a Miss Nancy.
The usual explanation,!!, that our
conditions are peculiar. Of course,
they are. Hut the great State of
California has been built up by mak
ing the most of tho booms when
they woro booming. The samo Is
true of tho other States of the' Pa
cific Coast. San Francisco did not
stop shouting boom, nnd hailing a
boom as a piece of good luck, be
cause It had a disaster and tho peo
ple un unfortunate experience. Tho
people of Southern California do not
ceaso to make a Jojful boom nolso
over tho high price at which their
products may bo sold, because It might
lead the tariff makers to believing
Callfornlans are making too much
money, Seattle doesn't stop talking
boom and going ahead with boom
enterprises, because some years -ago
It had a roost horrible setback and
"THE MANJDNTHE BOX"
The Opera House was well filled
against last night p witness the Mc
Hoe Company's production of "The
Man On the Uox" and as the comedy
Is a very clover one they wero moro
Tomorrow night Mr Mcltao will of
fer a play that has entertained tho
nconlo of tho world for years Ooethes
Immortal "Kntist " Mr. Mrltao has
to kee- perfect time if repair
ed by us.
Many years' experience in the
watch business places us in a
position to offer to you expert
services at minimum cost.
Appoint us the guardian of
your watch. We will guaran.
tee to make it keep perfect
H. F. Wichman
& Co.; Ltd.,
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cockroach tv water
bun. etc Ready for,
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Rubbcrset Lather Brushest ,
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Fancy Dartcing Exhibition
ALEXANDER YOUNG HOTEL
TUESDAY EVE., JUNE zfsr.
$T.ob Dancing Follows
Bergstrom Musio Co.
Oeorgo Do ou think that I'm I Hack on the farm; also be It re
good enough for you, darling? Dnr-lmembcrcd you cat all the rlpo straw-
ling No, Oeorgo; put you'ro too berries nnd ship tho green ones to
good for uny other girl Illustrated tho city folkB St. LouIb Ololio-Uem-Ilts.
Manoa Valley 3 $40
Matlock Avenn 2 25
Matlock Avenue ........3 30
Alexander Street 5 60
Lunalilo Street 3 25
Nuuanu Street 7 60
Manoa Valley 3 50
Young Street ...........2 30
FOR SALE: V
Improved and unimproved proner
' ty in Manoa, Kalmnki, Palolo and
To buy a small house and lot in
good neighborhood, c
Bargains Domestic Departm't
Special Inducements to Householders for this Week
Bedspreads, Sheets, Towels, Linens,
Fort and Merchant Street!
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HttMMtfn RHRF.TS "RttATlY FOR TTSF.
O I wflfll a 4 u(ia 7 C w Q? t a I Lw am s4 ii 4 rm rrvw I v in T
90x90 Sheets, $1.25 regular; Special Next Week, $1 ;
BEDSPREADS, REMARKABLE VALUE
At $1.25, $1.50, $1.75 $2, $2.25, $2.50, $3, $3.50, $4, $5, $7.50
PILLOW SLIPS, 42x36: 10c, 12 l-2c 15c, 20c, 25c
TURKISH TOWELS, 75c $1, $1.25, $1.75, $2, $2.50 to $5 dozen.
TABLE DAMASK, 35c, 50c, 75c, $1, $1.25; $1.50
100 Dozen Odd Lots in .TABLE NAPKINS, Special Prices for Next
Week s Sale of Domestic Goods.
All Goods laid out on the tables marked in plain figures ' r;J1l ; r
It will pay well to attend this sale. v - . . -