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u second-cl&M matter
.JUNE 27. 1910
Money is an article which may be
used as a universal passport to every
where except heaven, and a univer
sal provider of everything excent
WOOLLEV'S THREAT SHOWS
"If lie lire ilifiiitiil tit IliN light
then vvr Mill tuku the niitllcr iikhIii
This was ttiu public stuU'tnent mndo
by Juhn 0. Woolley, promoter nnd
leader of tlip prnlilbltlon prnpitKiimlj
before a Honolulu nttdlenct on May
lly tills nlllclnl uttPMncn of Wool-
Ioj'h, tlui pruhlbitJimlHtH haw tolil
tho pronto of llmwtll Unit Ihey will
not accept tlm verdict of tlie plebl
bcIIp on Jttlv 2Gtlt uh Until, nnil In face
of tliu nnllt'Iiateil vote of tho people
UKnlnst WiioUcy'H propagation. slnto
(lclllierutaly that Wool ley will go to
Washington hgnlu, with contempt far
the expressed opinion of Hawaii, and
seek tin enactment of a prohibitory
law by the United States ko eminent.
1'hu turncoat policy nnd deliberate
nttempt to deceive that have char
acterized Woolloy during the wholt
course of Ida ttctlvlty In llnunll, Is'ti
marvel to nil men. Ills nttempts nt
deception and beclouding the Issue
tiro us oi Went as they nra foolish.
Iiefore Congress hu referred to the
passage of an ntttl Federal prohibition
Resolution by the Hawaiian legisla
ture as "the Btatnpcdo of a lot of na
tives," but It was with honeyed words
and an ardent defense of the Territor
ial legislature that he made the first
statement of tho prohibition campaign
"In explaining his work at Wash
ington and his failure to secure tho
enactment of tho Federal prohibitory
law, Woolley stated on his return that
lie was "conscious of tho merits" of
Kuhlo's contention that the people of
Hawaii should decide the question for
Hut In splto of the fuct that Wool
ley ndmltted thut ho was "beaten In
tho argument," he cannot help from
exposing his truu colors by stating
thut ho will go back, to Washington,
dinging his contempt In tho face of
Hawaii and Its expressed wish at the
polls nnd by n resumption of tho und
erground methods that tiro character
istic, to force; Federal prohibitory law
PATERNALISM JNJORTO RICO.
Our friends in the "possession" of
I'orto ltlco believe in looking after
their musical and literary s'nrs and
providing for them from public funds.
Ono of tho Inst acts of t.'in I'orlo
Illco legislature approved by (lovrin
or Cotton wns to pass Joint llesolu
Hon No. 10, thut provides "for Iho ie
lief of tho Misses Mnnitcln (Atoll)
nnd Cnnsuelo Menclinca ttoilrlgue, nu
that they may continue their nrtlitit
studies nt Milan, Italy "
To fully appreciate hci.v the ptople
caro for their own It Is necossar" to
read the further text of th resolu
tion, which follows:
"Wjiereaa. these .1ml lei, who .tro
born -in ijnncer I'orto ltlco, t their
capacity fthd kAon ledge uave' demon
strated their perfect urtlstfcal skill,
tho first, Aseln, as n Bont:mcr,j and
violinist, nnd tho second, Cousuelo, nt
the piano forte, so inuoii i that thoy
tavo been admitted, upon jmsslitK it
erjf strict examination, m ulilclal
ttiimnf of'the lloyal C.Miorvniory of
Milan, Italy, vvhersln nro admitted
only Bitcli students ub am liinrouglily
iiiaiuivu nnu nose itiitiro prospects in
tho muslcnl nrt nre ussurod; and
"Wliercns, regarding tho f.lUs Jinn
uela (or Ascla) tho ,renownd profes
sor of singing Cnnllor iJ Ortlil pre-
dicts-lliHt she will beco'no a star of
the lyric art Judging from the utiallty
of tier voice, which fact entitles her
to asslstanco and jiupport from tier
country, and llkewfso her sister Oon
"Whcreas.i. the Misses Ascla and
Consuelo llencljaca'.lclng ivithotit nny
means save .whnt-llttto tuppnrt their
father, who is n street broker hardly
able to make n living, enn provide for
th.m, therefore, It-behooves The l'co
ple"of I'orto ltlco through Its repre
sentatives, to do something of n prac
tical nature for their relief .:nd iup
port ns'thOy so well d'esorvo utul to
aid In tho realization of their bright
An' Attractive Home
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This is a splendldly-appointed'and well-kept property in
the choicest section about Honolulu. It consists of a larpe,
well-built dwelling, with modern improvements; servants'
quarters: a garage with concrete floor and tool shop adjoin
ing. The "dounds surrounding have been lifehlv improved
and beautified. Is being offered 'at' much less1 than actual
Trent Trust Co., Ltd.
LABOR AND PROHIBITION
Front (ho Huvtnll Shlnpo.
CoiisMcrlntr the fact that Hie majority of tho Japanese residing la
the Terrltorj are manual laborers nnd that they constitute the main source
of Mippl) of plantation labor, li nould not bo nmlxs to discuss more fully
hour prulilhltlon lll n fleet them and to seo what consequences It villi
bring upon the tested Industrie, the success of -which largely depend!!
nt p risen I on the cllHIrney mid supply of Japanese labor.
Wo licllcte, us tas pointed out In Mir last Sunday articles, that the
forty thousand Japanese nnrklng on utrlous plantations In the Territory
are nil against an radical legislation uhlcli ulll corupel them tit once to
break their liahlts anil customs.
It Is vtlilspered ewryvrhere nmoug nil classes of Japanese that once
lirobllilllon passes, the plantation in.iuagers must soon confront numerous
complaints mid be uimojed utmost beyond Ihelr palleurc Midi tarloiis
klrkN from the Japanese laborers as itell us from other working men. Vie
kuon that the Japanese laborers Mould not tolerate Inning their habits
urn! cuslims changed till at once because a few radical men wish them to
do so. Ho k'uovr also that radical legislation which will dcnrlte our labor
ing men of their scanty comforts will benefit nobody except it few hun
dred men who cannot deny tliemselies nnd whom (led will not help.
We think, therefore, that prohibition Is a mere senllnirnlalllj, If not
an rnut) mid noxious farce.
A Japanese gentleman who Hied neural jcurs on the Island of For
mosa tells n his ery Interesting, nnd lit the same lime quite coinlnclng
obscrtalliin on that Island territory, touching tho question confronting us lit
According to his klorj, mi ruterirlsliig Japanese capitalist raiuu. to
the Island wjillo ho was there mid undertook sugar planting on a small
scale, bringing from Japan about on0 hundred laborers. This man being
of mi educated class mid of somcnli.it fanciful propensity of mind, It oc
curred to him to run his llltlo colony strlcllj on u temperance basis. He
allotted no liquor on his plantation and tho men under hint were forced to
Hut like true "missionaries," filiating the word the gentleinun used In
relating Ms story.
The men were well prodded for olliertrlse: they had books, netrspii
pers, mid magazines to read; were nlso protlded with billiard tables mid
other means of uuiuseiiiciit jo kill their lime In the et tilings. The envir
onment was net! to them, but they were well Niitlsllcd nt llrst unit tin) plan
tation lutd etcry prospect of sucress) but after about a )ear of such u life
the men' begun to be Irritable and quarrelsome. They also lost Hie tlgor
nnd the spirit which they had uiniilfestrd In their worl during the llrst
year. 'Ilulr complexions gradiinlly lost lustre, mid their motcmenls be.
The iniplojcr lluiill) could no louger tolrrale tlusc comllllons, mid dc
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 beg-Ring.
Bishop Trust Co., Ltd.
Office Op'cn Sundays Prom 8 to 10
A. M. t
will purchase a
o 1 f J.V
cut to order, with any style
of Script lettering, together
with 100 stylish Cards print
ed from the same, at
li. F. Wichman
& Co.. Ltd.,
elded to" modify the liquor restriction, whereupon the men -rrnduully reroi..
ered their capacity for work, mid became more satlsfaetor) In it general
wny. In this Instance prohibition proved u complete failure for working
.Mr. Homme, who was the superintendent of the so-called poachers on
Lnysnn nnd Mslnnsky Island tells us that a similar condition once pre
vailed among his men on those Islands, until finally ihey made sake from
the rice they had, and relieved tho situation.
Mr. Iwusnkl of Olaa, who Is one of tho large Japanese contractors' In
tho Territory, once conducted his rump on u temperance Ji.isls, but In this
Instance also, the result was it failure. Ills men would not sta) long In
spite of other considerations; mid eren those who staed were not stead).
The flock of sheep Jlr. lwasakl had hoped for under tho Christian"
regulation, became more like a pack of wolves, of no service whatsoever
hut harmful to others. The temperance regulation wits given up flnnlly
nnd n better condition prevails nt present.
Tito Japanese army established saloons under the supervision of the
commissariat department during (the Hustlan-Japaiiese war nnd provided
the soldiers with u certain amount of liquor during their nrtlt lly In the
On the face of these experiences, we consider that no one should,
from n mere sentimental standpoint, urge prohibition, without n due consid
eration' mid ii thorough study of the probable effects upon local conditions.
Of nil broken reeds, seutlmentallt) Is the poorest upon which righteous
ness can lean. ' ' '' ,
Real Estate for Sale
Modern story and a half house
in good locality $3000
A home in Kaimuki, on car
line. Large lot, with remod
eled house in excellent con- , '
dition. This property can be
bought on easy instalments.
Price 4750 ),- ,
'25 acres of land, improved, in j ,
Palolo Valley. Bargain price t -for
quick sale. !,
FOR LEASE ' -
Residence of 0. L. Wight, Puiwc,,A
Nuuanu Valley, furnished, for one
FORT RENT . ,
Furnished, Possession July 1, 1010
Anapuni St. (2 bedrooms) $35
Kinau St. (4 bedrooms) 45
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Fort and Merchant Street! jJL t-u X,i
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Specially Uiiilcr-priced for a 10-Days Sale
Beginning Tomorrow (Thursday) Morning,
IT is generally well Known that in LINENS we Keep only the
best, and at this sale dependable goods can be bought at an
. exceptional advantage. The following savings can. be.
effected by taking 'advantage of these offerings:
Sheetings & Pillow Linens
42-in $1.00, at - $ .75
'42-in., 1.10, at - .85
45-iru, 1.10, at -' .85
45-in., 1.25, at - .95
90-in., 2.00, at - 1.50
lOO-fin.,2.25, at - 1.65
108&1., 2.50, at - 1.75
36-in., 75c, at - .50
85c, at - .60
$1, at - . .75
Butcher Linen, .40
Fine Huck and Damask
$2.25 values, at $1.50 doz
46-in., 40c, at
54-in., 75c, at
72-in., $1, at
72-in., 1.25, at
at 1.75 doz
at 2.25 doz
at k2.75 doz
at 3.25 doz
at 4.25 doz
at 6.75 doz
at 7.50 doz
at 8.50 doz
at 9.00 doz
at 9.75 doz
at 11.00 doz
at 15.00 doz
18 in., Check Glass' Tow
elling, at 15c.
18 in., Check Glass Tow
elling, at 20c.
24 in., Check Glass Tow
elling, at 25c. and 30c.
18 in., Pure Flax Towell
ing, with Border, ,at
24 in., Linen Huck, regu
lar 50c,, at 32 l-2c.
27 in., Linen Huck, regu
lar 60c, at 45c.
18 in., Floral Pattern, 40c
27in:Flax Towelling, 40c
40 in. Half Bleached Linen
for' Ladies' Skirts and
Men's and Boys' Cloth
60-in., .75, at - .50
72-in., i 1.75, at . - li25-
72-in., 2.00, at - 1.50
72rin., 2.25, at - 1.75
72-in., 2.35, at - 1.85
90-in., 2.50, at - 2.00
Superior quality in sets
Fine Linen Round and
Square Cloths, with 1 doz
full sized 'Napkins to
Hemmed Stitched Linen
Cloths and Napkins to
match, . . $9 set
84 Cloths, with Nap
kins to match, $12.50 set
$25 values in 90x90
Cloths and Napkins, at
$30 values in 108x108
Cloths and Napkins, at
$35 values in 108x108
Cloths and' Napkins, at
$27.50 set i
$38.50 values in 108x
108 Cloths and Napkins
Table Napkins, a gene
ral clean up,at 95c, $1.50,
$2.50, $3.50, $3.95, $4.50
$4.95, and, $6 per dozen
Fine Irish Linen Lawns
32 in. $1.50, at . $1.15
1.75, at . 1.25
2-50. at . 2.00
3.00, at . .2.50
3.50, at . 3.00
Special 24 in. Linen Diaper
at 35c "
Rubber Sheeting, superior quality, 38 in., at 95c
Linen Squares, Tray Cloths, Runners, etc., in all sizes
Fringed Doylies, special, $1.50, $2.00 dozen
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