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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, June 28, 1910, 3:30 EDITION, Page 4, Image 4',
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DAILY aria WEEKLY IlUafcsd by BULLEIET JTJiLiSHlMU tfo, LIU.'
At 120 King Street, Honolnln, Territory of Hawaii.
Daily every day except Bandar. Weekly issued on Tueiday o! tacb week.
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An' Attractive ilome
For Sale ,
I MiMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRKS1.
Wallace R. Rarrlnsrton.
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( i SUBSCRIPTION BATESPAtABUi IN ADVANCE.
Ptr Month, nphrre In U.9 .7i
Per Quarter, fcnywhtr. la U.S 3.oo
rei Vftr, irvwlittelnU.3 H.oo
Per VeM,tKnt aid, foreign , ta.oo
WBBKL.V UU1-LBTIN ,
Per SU Montat .Bo
td Year, nrwhnelo VS I.oo
Per Year anjwtiert n Canada,, I. Bo
PerVeir ttpld, foteitja a.oo I
. CIRCULATION LARGEST OP ANY NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED
in the Territory of Hawaii.
np.V J Editorial Rooms, - 185
A Urn I
loiered at tb PottoSn tt HodoIuIi
m iteoml-ctui muter.
.JUNE 28, 1910
Misfortune is never mournful to
the soul that accents it; for such do
always see'thnt in every cloud is an
angel's face. St. Jerome.
IlooBPVclt will not lmo to continue
ililn'trco cliojipliiK for exorcise when
he rock lulu tlie New York political
Tliu Congress Just adjourned cstnb-
.llslicit Its ilnce us a record spender.
Incidentally, Hawaii profited consld-
J5 Urnlily In this connection.
Hawaiian corporation! paid the
Fodorul fiovernment approximately
$75,000 today under thu new corpora
tion tax law. Undo Sam can uftnrd
to lip liberal with the Territory.
"When In doubt change your policy."
liceniA to bo the slogan of the Thurs-ton-Woolley
should check up somo of his editorial
expressions before proceeding further
Willi his official statements in boimlf
of his cause and "the rest of us,"
Tlio report to taotornor Frcar by
the Commission on Adwinces toHomo
stcadcrs, published I ntodny's D u 1 1 o
1 1 n, embodied n number of Import
ant recommendations affecting tho
welfaro of tho Territory. Tho com
mission has evidently done Us work
In attempting to mako light of the
expressed opinion of George V.
Smith against prohibition, tho Morn
ing Mother of Blind Pigs cannot ab
stain from a characteristic reflection
on the honesty of purpOso of those
opposed to the Thurston-.Wooliey propaganda.
White his lsit In Hawaii will be
brief, Secrelnryot Wat Dickinson will
bo given every opportunity of seeing
local condltjons and it is safe' to say
that ho will depart with a very good
Idea of tho Importance of Pearl Il3r
bor to tho defenses of tho United
Stales iu tho Pacl(c.
Maul presents an Illustration of the
far reaching" discretionary" power of
tho Hoards of License Commissioners.
Tho commission lias decided that no
liquor Is to bo sold at tho Maul race
track on July 4th. Just another proof
L'jl of the fact 111 at the liquor business Is
$5 under ubsoluto control by the Com-
t, jXnlssloners.jnppolntca uy the Govern-
THURSTON'S DEFENSE OF HIS
Using as a" has! A tlio. prohibition
platform written by himself, 1-orrln
"'A. Thurston defends his brand of pro-
,hlbltlon und Woollcyism, all of which
(.he wants (o see applied to tho Terri
tory of IIuwull. Thurston now steps
into tho shoes of publicly Unit were
filled by John O. "Wool ley until he
had succeeded In revealing the hypo
crisy and false basis upon which the
.prohibitionists appear before the puo-
,ple. Then, Voolloy was hastily with'
drawn. Thurston takes Wool ley's
.place and In the Thurston prohibition
organ proceeds to toll us the "facts
about Jlquor which good citizens
Thurston, has undoubtedly consult
ed till the'.''g'ooil citizens" In the pro
hibition ranks they aro ull disinter-
1 estcd men anuuosa who do not
uVce with tho "certuln facts" pro
mulgated thy Thurston are, presum
ably, ussoflutes of lumved uml drunk
Thurston proposes to dispose of the
whole question by conclusions basei
upon such uhtruso premises qv "he
Js more liable to take a drink It he
can reach a saloon by walking two
blocks, than If he hud to walk u
t iHlh." unit "no saloon und thu inan.iu
if' n ruin will tiril Hilnlf ti llnllftp lull
.. . M.V, .'(.. . ,..,w. , ..,
will o liumo and kiss his wife with
.out paralyzing her with u ''whisky
Thurston no doubt pities the wives
of tho moil opposed to 111 propuKumla
who suffer from dally attacks at par
nl)sls under tho operation of tho pres
ent liquor lnw, Thurston's symnn
thles tiro broad and general ns was
Indicated when ho asserted that ho
would not hesitate to form nn nlllunce
with the first guerrilla of evil to
achieve his ends.
In his ' procession of premises nnd
conclusions Thurston carefully avoids
any of the real arguments that have
shown clearly and with Ilnnllty tho
essential el!n of prohibitory law. Jlo
has not n word for tho practical re
sults of prohibitory legislation he
simply asserts that tho saloon Is ,tho
root of all evil and Hint n law ol mip
presslon should bo clamped upon the
peoplo of Hawaii.
Thurston asserts what Is funda
mentally false "when ho declares that
tho difference between high license
nnd prohibition Is n difference In do
gri'o, only, and not In principle.
licensing -fg tlio fruit of yenrs of
oxijojlenco In. dcillng with thN, prob
lem 6f liquor trafllo control. It Is
bullded upon reason nnd sound prin
ciples of statesmanship, recognizing
thi? needs of tho people hnd the right
to Individual liberty and, at tho same
time, controlling the liquor business
In this connection can bo recalled
'e famous declaration of personal
i Ights by Professor Lecky, whoio rea
ronlug Is probably of mora weight
ilian Thurston's conclusion thnt the
"whiskey breath" Is blowing n par
nlytlc path through tho fair lund of
To attempt to guard adult men
by law against temptation, nnd
to placo them sunder a moral
tutelage, Is a dangerous prece
dent and a bad education for the
battle ol? llfo. The essence of
real liberty Is that every adult
nnd sano man should have tho
right to pursue his own llfo and
-, gratify his own tastes without
molestation, provided ho does not
tnjuro his neighbors, nnd provid
ed ho fulfills tho duties which tho
'stato. exacts from Its citizens.
The strong tendency to coercive
laws on all matters relating to In
toxicating liquors, to the restric
tion of tho freedom of contract,
to tho authoritative regulation of
Industry In n( Its branches, Is
certainly not a tendency In the
direction of liberty."
The whole object of tho prohibition
ists at tho present time Is to throw
anti-saloon dust. In the eyes of the
people and place over their propa
ganda at tho same time a cloak of
.Thurston dwells not on the plank
of tho prohibition platform thut would
mado a crlmo of tho Importation of a
bottle of wine or beer Into tho Ter
ritory, How docs he reconcile tho
editorial statements of the Advertis
er which ho has asscrtod "Is my pa
pet'' with his logical masterpleco on
wblfkey breath, paralysis und wheth
er It Iu easier to get a drink In n
blind pig or a licensed saloon.
Thurston Is striking a .different
lyro from tho one he used on May 23rd
when, his paper mado this Interesting
"Tho proposod law practically putB
tho wholo Territory under the sort of
liquor regulations that exist on JCau'al,
except that thl source, for wholesale
supply Instead of bqlng local shall bo
abroad adding somewhat to the
soverlty of thq regulations by Increas
ing slightly the cost and difficulty of
Tho Thurston-Woollcy propaganda
Is now before tho people with Its true
colors unfurled, Its colors riro many,
Thurston Is at tho hcm with Woolley
down In the hold Bhoutlng directions
directions hardly neoded by tho
helmsman In tho trimming of (he pro
hibition craft's sails In deception,
falsehood and evasion.
What has become, nf the old-fnsli-loneil
horse that was ufrnld of uu
lomoblles7 Atchison Olobe,
""very mother knows u lot of good
rules for raising other peoplea chll
dren, C'lKagtT "Newt,
; . ' I'"
, This is a splendldly.appolnted and well-kept property In
the choicest section about Honolulu. It consists of a laree,
well-built dwelling, with modern improvements; servants'
quarters: a garage with concrete floor and tool shop Adjoin
ing. The wdounds surrounding have been hfehlv improved
and beautified. Is being offered at much less than actual
Trent Trust Co., Ltd.
Have You Seen
that ten-room house at Kal
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.
WHEN QUOTINQ PRICES
Office Open Sundays From 8 to 10
TRANSPORTS TO HAVE
Four. Army Carriers to Receive New
Wireless Telegraph Apparatus.
Four United States Army trans
ports are to bo equipped with tho
spnrkless1 system of the wireless tclo
graph. Tho Dlx, now nt Seattle Is
receiving tho apparatus and Dr. Do
Forest, Inventor of tho system, as well
as tho long distance wireless tele
phono, will bo In San Francisco this
month to Install tho Instruments on
the Ilufont. Tho transports Kllpat
rick and Sumner wllj bo equipped Int.
Tho Dlx will bo tho first vessel on
tho Pacific to u so tho now upnrklcss
transmitter. Tho apparatus Is noise
less and works on a different princi
ple from tho spark s)stem, yet It can
bo operated directly with any exist
ing spark telegraph, both sending
electricians aro now engaged In In-
S'' i i
will purchase 'a
cut to order, with any style
at Script lettering, together
with 100 stylish Cards print
ed from the same, at
H. F. Wichman
& Co.. Ltd..
stalling' tho Instruments nn tho Dh
and tho apparatus wliriie thoroughly
tested out before tho vosscl sails on
tho return yogo to tho Phlllipplni-s'.
Dr. Do Forest sajs that thb, spark
less apparatus welghB much less than
tho spark transmitter, uses relatively
low potentials and, therefore, there Is
no longer reason for tho illftlctiltlcs
with tho spark system In tho way of
which vessel owners havo oxicrlonced
Insulation or Inductive effects upon tho
100 SCOTCH LASSIES
TO WED AMERICANS
NEW" VOIIK, May 30. Nearly
100 joung Scotch women, betrothed
to men who havo befn In America
from six months tt. revcrnl years,
arrived jesterday In tho llrjt and
jecond cabin and steerage of tho
steamship Caledonia from Glasgow.
Somo of tho first cabin voyagers
were mot nt tho pier by men who
took them away to marry them.
Real Estate for Sale
Modern story and a half house
in. good' locality $3000
A .home jn Eaimuki, on car
line. Large lot, with remod
eled house in 'excellent con- v ,
dltion. This property can bo
bought on easy instalments.
Price , 47S0
25 acres of land, improved, in
, Palolo Volley. Bargain price (
for quick sale.
Residence of C. L. Wight, Puiwc,
. Nuuanu Valley, furnished, for one
Furnished, Possession July 1, 1010
Anapunl St, (SS bedrooms) $35
Klriau St, (4 bedrooms) 4.5
Fort iod Meruant Streets
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-ih., 1.10, at - .85
45-in., 1.25, at - .95
0-in., 2.0D, at ,. - 1.5Q
100-in.,2.25,at - 1.65
108-in., 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 $150 doz
46-in., 40c. at
54-in., 75c, at
72-in., $1, at
72-in., 1.25, at
60-in., .75, at
72-in., 1.75, at
72-in., 2.00, at
72-in., 2.25, at
72-in., 2.35, at
90-in., 2:50, at
at 1.75 doz
at 2.25 doz
at 2.75 doz
at 3.25 doz
at 4.25 doz
at 6.75 doz
at v 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 Elax 'Towell
ing with Border, at
24 in., Linen Huck, regu
lar 50c, at 32 l-2c.
27 in., Linen Huck, regu
lar 60c, at 45 c ,
18 in., Floral Pattern, 40c
27 in. Flax Towelling, 40c
40 in. Half Bleached Linen
for Ladies' Skirts and
Men's and Boys' Cloth
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
$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
Rubber Sheeting, superior quality, 38 in., at 95c
Linen Squares, Tray Cloths, Runners, etc., in all sizes,
specially .priced . ' " ,
Fringed Doylies, 'special, $1.50, $2.00 '.dozen H
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