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ESTABLISHED 1882. NO. 4GG3.
PRICt I 0HT.
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Voices Strong Statement
In Opposition To
INDORSES VIEWS OF
AM ugulnst.jirohlbltlon for i!a-
wull. I took occasion to con
grptuluto .,VI1JI'0S. Jtesturlck
when Ills letter on tlio plebl-
. m sclto wnB published. I fcol tht 1 tun
etulorso practically nil that he said."
Theso aro tho words ofllls lord
ship Illshop Libert, shepherd of the
3G,00U Human Catholic church coin
uuinlruntR In the Territory of Hawull.
The attitude or the lllshop In tho
pending campaign has been known
genet ally for soma time, but this Is
his llrst public utterance on tho ques
tion to bo settled on tho 20th Instant
"In the llrst place," continued UN
I.o r (Mi I p, "1 inn one of the large
group of residents mid citizen who
reoviit the Interference of .Mr. Woollcy
In our uffnlrs. .)Ve of llawall run reform. Those evils can ami do cxlsi
handle all local problems nlthout aid )vltl1 Prohibition. Tills Is undonlabl,
from the outside and should he per-l ' mnmileii. with their
,,, , , , ,..ii i ,.Molnl abstinence and nbomlnblo Im
mlttrd to do so, .Mr. noollrj ma, be ' r)y AmXa 10HU , m ,,
n u-ry good man i.iornlly. Ijt fart IB lllrll , cnm.H M lc cfrpctl( nf
tlilnk lie is n goon mini, nm ne nas
no Interest here unci Inning none lie
should not mix In our nffnlrx.
"I hare had n life of nearlj tlilrlj
jears here us priest and Illsliop and
hate Intimate relations mIIIi the mi
lite people mid vtlth the fumllles of
in) faith nhii hate made their homes
' -"In (lines nhen lliiior Mas tiilm to
the until oh they were greatly harmed.
They vtanted freeilnm and their
ausner to jiroliHilllon was the iiiaiiu
f.irliire and abuse of liquor In eiery
Mlllonieut, Iiumlet and nelghhorhood.
The situation tins ruinous. They nre
ii teiniieratn lieonle. The Jlanallaiis
nre not ii nation of drinkers. Temper
ance nork iiiuongHt thrni Is ronstant
Ij carried on by the t'lithollr church.
We say to them "don't drink," hut
neither the church nor the state, In
my judgment lias inn right to uso
force In this mutter vtlth or against
the nut I res or any other people
The liquor trafllc hero ran he con.
trolled effeclltrly ami fairly by our
1 vun existing Inns mid Inns to lie
made by us iiiitraiiinieled In the fu
ture, not by the radical iiutlons of
men' who lime no real concern for us.
J.ct us ham llberlj. There 1JI be
.no abuse of It.
"Prohibition Is Injustice to tho ma
jority. It hinges on distinction bo
tween those who get drunk to tho In
jury or others, and thoso who use
liquor decoutly with tho balance very
much in ruvor or those who use It
decently. Who bns tho right to say
,' to thoso iiBlug liquor In a harmless
way that thoy must becon.e prohlbl
tlnulstaT Drink Is no dotibt tho source
of much evil,' but much experiment
has proven that prohibition Is the
sourco of much ovll aiirt many great
thinkers and close observers declare
prohibition to result In moro ovll than
Iwell regulated use of liquor.
"Chas, 8. Dovas, M. A., Oxon, In
his powerful work on Political ICco
noiny declares that It Is error to at
tilbuto to drink tho greater part ot
i'- yjrfiWi-'-iitiii fA'JiMfciiiii -f smiaffrfi "'--
Si SSIp fo
3 mi !U U BJ & tM
on For Hawaii
HHmwOuNniSL' Ss&tjf&Jn'Msasffv? " I 'TwVw
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penury Immorality and crime and In
cnilHpnilpn-n In lipllnva tntnl filiutln
rinco "'o one thing needful Tor hoclal
,inmkcnncss, for hunger
crowding oi (Hods of fhnmc may not
follow tho gin liottlo, but bo follow
cd by It us n sqlnco.
"Lot tbcio bo saun ami systematic
ediicatlmi In tho school mid church
and home against drunkenness. That
Is the cure A man bns n right to
drink or not to drink, but ho bns no
right to nit drunk, for drunkenness
s wiong. Christianity will prevent
driinkennem, but law will not. any
moie than It will prevent drinking.
Now, bore s Ituskln's definition nf
education." "It does not menu teach
ing people to know what hey do not
know. It te-iclios them to bcluivo as
they do not behave. It is a painful,
continuous and difficult work to bo
done by kindness, by watching, hi
warning, by precept and praise, but.
abovo nil, by example." "
"Thcro Is only ono kind of 'prohibi
tion that hnlili out bono for Hid fu
ture. It Is the law or tho Individual
for himself. Kteti ouo ran bo a pro
hibitionist so far as It conrcrns him
self, and no one ran find fault with
him for his views. Tho stato laws
may prohibit the sale of Intoxicants,
but that does not make tho Individual
n total nbstalner or oven temperate.
Until each one becomes an advocate
of piohlblflon for ono. stato laws will
avail but llttlo In tho cause of tcin
poinnco. "The best prohibit Inulst la tho total
abstainer. 'Ho pulH In pructlco what
athers preach, ami he does It without
tho aid of laws and without Indicting
his views upon others.
"Our Hoard systom seems to bo do
ing good and It should bo continued.
It Is moro and moro Justifying Itself.
Prohibition has not vindicated Itself
anywheio mid It would' bo a tremen
lous mistake to try It horo. AH well
balanced men tare naturally opposed
to violent changes In government.
Most of tl0 mm who made, the Colo
tiles free were ngnlust any change
until their condition became, iutoier
ible. Tli pro Is no liquor crisis In Ha
waii. If (hero were, the old tlmo dn
bnte of phyalcnl forco vorsus moral
suasion Is still undoclded. Therefore
I say and this loa be an advanco
reply to scum criticism, It is quite trniiKfor rrom steamer to train,
conceivable that the moM ronsclcn-' The port ot Makena which beiolo
tious temperance uiUocato should rav- roie has leen visited by the Mauni
oi .mil work Tor feasible regulation' Kea will now Im Inclu led In the scho 1
rather thnu an Impractlealilo abolition' ulo of ports of call made by tho
or Iho mighty liquor trnftlc. j steamer Mlkahtilu. Tlio Mniil and
"I live Hawaii and It pains mo to Molokal boat will make her llrst call
sen her disturbed by such a needless
light as this. My church and my pco-
pie uio my lire,
I am tho friend of
every honest man of any religious do-
nomination but I cannot extend my
aid or my sympathy or my coiiiibcI to
a cause which I nm certain will
suit In sin. In Injury, In Injustice and
"No! you can say ror mo that pro-
hlliltlon by force and by cnnukcatlnii
or property and by outsldo udvoeacy,
Is not for Hawaii not."
HOW TU VOTE.
When ii recehe your hnl.
lot ut the pulling place on July
! ".'IS the day of the plebiscite to
4 determine whether Hawaii Is to
s continue under the best liquor
:- lau iu the I'liHcd States r be
nftllcted mIIIi a Woullrj-innde
: slatiite the toting form will ap-
pear ns follnwst
To tole ngnlust the proposed
Wiinlle) -Thurston law place 11
cross mark In the square nppo. v
site the iwiriN "X11" anil Its llu- .
niillmi eqiiltiileut "ile."
'? THIS IS t voti: l sn.
I'OHT (IF Tin; KXISTIMl
Ligiroit TKtFric comiioi.
rorvrv or Tin: tkhiiitojiv
IIV A IIOAItD.Ol' I'lVi: COM.
.missiom:iis, aimmiixtimi iiv
tiii: iiomi.Miii ir iiamaii.
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iIAiWi .FniiiMiiii tisAMfrn-t
Much Saving In Time
By Ney Sailing
MAUNA KEA WLL
unm esti st Trti mni nni
nun ami. hi il.i u uluuix jjarcnc iia, ma&t quite a name for
herself by her daring flights.
Makena Will Ee Dropacd From Call- WON'T "fiYYRPiT
inn List of Inter-hland Flit?. VV Vl X k VSXKjIj
ship-Volcano Tojrists Benefit. PICTURE WAR
The ctiaiigo In steamer schedules -..., T , "I
InniiRiirated by tho Infr-Isbiul t3tim ChlCAQO. July 8. Opponents of
Nax.gitlnn Compaii) an I going Into the Jeffries-Johnson movinc pictures
iiTrrt with tho.uex't outward toyage will find no cause for complaint from
ff the stiamor Mnunii Ka will caimo tlie attitude of the owners of the
- considerable reduction in tiini" In pictures. They stated today that
the trnnpnrtntlon or malls and pas- they would make no contest in cities
Fi-wrs littwcf-n Honolulu and the er towns where steps have been
ulndwnrd pnitH u the Island of Ha- taken to prevent the exhibition of
wall the pictures.
Tim Muuna Ken v'll hereafter sail
fiom Hoiintulii at ten o"c'ock t.n Tuos- P'TT'R A 'AT A "NTT1 Q
day iimrnlnQntrnil ut leivlng hero vUJJXX VVJ.l,XO
,nt iiuini. ThU'Iairhmif to hours . TYTA 'PTP'T't TD ' T?C2
will be iiigmenlcd by the time con-' ViKJ X J L UXvJLO
.ruined bv otopplng at Makona. which
part will be em out from tho Illlo HAVANA, July 8. The Cuban
ilnci-s in w Fchedulo The time gnlnol government has taken action bar
by o-niitliig Mnken-i as well ns the rinc; the Johnson-Jeffries fight pic
carllr ilipiitiire rrom llonoliilii. will tures from exhibition in this city,
enable the Manna ea to nrrlve nt
i Hlhi between six end (even ocloek
on Wednesday morning.
The morning train to fllenwood on
the Illlo li-iihviy deiiurls from Illb)
nt eight o'clock. PasscngTs nnd
malls destined for the Vnlrnno nnd
Ulnu be,ond will nrrlve a. the Ha-
wall port In p'e,y r time Mr their
wall port In I
at Makena commencing next Tuesday
internum: visitors to the Volcino
now have the privilege of lualilii-; the
trip from Honolulu to the natural
wonder without a brenk. They will
arrive nt the Volcano House by noon
rc-,nnd In niuplo time ror lunch. Tliey
will have the added advantng' or
! spending Wednesday afternoon nn.l
Continued on Face 4.
DAILY SCORES OF
(Special Bulletin Cable.)
(Snecial Bulletin Cable.)
CA-fcT TT)AVlfCPn T..l Q T1..
I .SiliS AtilUlViU, rfUl U. illC
scores in tin bit: leacues play today
are: National Fittsburc f3, Brook
lyn G. American Boston 3, Cleve-
land 1; Boston 6, Cleveland 2; Phil -
adclohia 4, Detroit 0; New York 13,
pTQTJ rvT) DlDTPTxTT1
JjlOllVJjr JJXVIllll 1
TO FIGHT OPIUM
(Special Bulletin Cable.)
LONDON. July 8.-The Riht
Kev. C. H. Brent. Bishop of St.
J Mary's and St. Johns Cathedral, at
iuunun, rt 1., iius uiiivcu iicrc, auc
bishop was appointed a special dele.
gate from the Philiunines rto attend
the conference at The Hague, and is
In this citv for the nurooae of train-
ine- Great Britain's assistance in a
wcrld-wide move to abolish onium.
SAN FltANCISCO. July 8. Beets:
88 analesis, 14s. Od.; parity. 5,15c.
Fievious quotation, 14s. 8 l-2d.
There Is always room at the "lop
and In a Masonic lodge it man bus to
woik up to It by degrees.
Itleh relatives have u munln for liv
ing tu a ripe old age.
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RIIEIMS, France. July 8. The
aeroplane claimed its fint woman
victim heie toJay, when the ma
chine manipulated by the Baroness
de larcclie fell and the fair aero-
uiniusi wai iiuuuv injures, inc
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Sl.LS lJ.? .???
umiiu uiuiu uioniti. miurncy ui
Norre Or by. the incumbent, has
been removed on account of charges
cf official misconduct.
LATE CHIEF JUSTICE INTERHED.
CHICAGO. July 8. The remains
of the lale Cliief Justice Fuller were
interred today at the Graceland
Rc,)U',''cans '" Cat!lcr
iu rajiiniimc new
Politics aro looking up and to
I nlRbt tho regular biennial meeting
of the Iteiuibllcan nreclnct clubs will
, bo held at which nominations for
club otncois to serve ror (he nuxt
itwo years will be nlnde.
I 'According to .orrln Andrews there
'" ,,u "" Particular contest except
In the fourteenth product of tho firth
'district where Willie Crawford Ib to
run for tectetary, against tho present
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s 10 conventions tho latter
part of August and llrst of Heptem-
The section follojvs:
Section 17. Kurh precinct club
shall meet biennially at 7:3(1 o'clock
p, in. on tho Bicond Krlday Ir July,
m- upon tho call or tho Territorial
Central Committee, or ItH Kxecutlvo
Committee, or the County Committee,
and shall then make nominations ror
officers of the club; and on the third
Krlday In July llity shall meet at tho
same hour and elect officers for tho
ensuing two years: on the fourth Fri
day In August they shall meet nt the
siime hour nnd make nominations for
delegates to the Territorial, and
Counlv nnd District Conventions, to
bo voted for at n primary to bo held
on tho first Saturday In September,
between the hours ot " and 7 o'clock,
Fern To Follow In .Footsteps
Of Mainland Municipal
Honolulu will -In all probability
rail Into line with Hie largo Hum-
her of mainland 'cities Iu ntlenipt
, , , . ., . '
Ing to b:ir the pisentatlon or the
.loliiiKou Jcrtrles prize-right pi 'Hires,
Mayor Joseph J. Kern Is decidedly
ojiposed to the display or the pie.
lures Iu tills clt;. His Honor ttikes
the stand that to show tho views
of the great battle fought between
a white mini nnd an American negro
nt the Iteno, Nov., arena would
doubt es Incite much trouble If not
rlotiy should the place nf exhibition
contain a mixed crowd of llntvullnus
Mayor Kern has been approached
by u tin ko number or Influential jioo-
plo within the ptiBt rew das win)
desire that he lake some steps to-
wntds proWbltlng the exhlbllloii of
the list tight vjews. It Is'knowu
that, ul easti t.vo. local moving-pic-
lure Theater managers nre already
liegotlntlng Mr the Juliiisoii-Jeltrlrb
Alma Anderson Warned
By Judge To Be
Alma Anderson, who was committed
ror contempt of court yesterday
spent tho night ut tlio police station,
and this morning wns brought lit
rorc Judge Andrnde. The girl was
inoio subdued nnd did not endeavor
to "SflflR'' the "linfllr,' ulii. w,i . 1f,l,l
that bIio had better not annoy heri
rather nnymoie, and to get r-ady to I
leave the country as soon ns possi
ble. "This Is Mr. McDuffle, the rhlcr or
detectives." remarked tho Judge, to
the girl, "and be will keep an eyo on
you while you nre In Honolulu, You
will do better In San Francisco, nnd
had better go back to whore you be-,
long ns soon ns nossible." j
Tho young woman was confronted
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"llll PlflllU lill-IUlllIU IIIUl Will, IIJIIUII
III her possession mid she attempted
to explain the circumstances by say
lug that tho had round the mutter.
"That sort of talk does not go with
me." Interjected tho Judge., "you got
the Indecent verses by mall and you
had better bo careful."
Miss Anderson was allowed to de
part nnd If she over appears In court
again, she will have m little moro
seuso than to cheeky tho Judge be
fore whom she gives evidence.
t: st :: t: itsitttt u t: n :t :: :: it tt ::
p. in., or iisn the calls or "tho Torrl
torlal Central Committee, or Its fixe
cuttvo Committee Nominations shall
ho open from 7.30 to 8 o'clock p.
m.. nnd rhnll bo filed In writing with
the chairman of the meeting,
The officer to ho nominated to
night and elected tho following Krl-
day owning will hold olllco for tho
coming two years nnd will bo In
charge of Itepubllran affairs In their
eovernl precincts during that time.
According to AudrowH thcro nre to
lie practically no changes In tho pre
cinct club nlUctrs at tho coming elec
tion Later, next month things Iu local
pontics promlbo to warm up somo
and tho meetings ror tho nomination
or delegates to Territorial nnd Coun
ty conwiitlons will be held on All
The primary elecllcns will bo held
on September nt which time these
delegates nominated on August 6
will bo voted for.
. 1 1 JstillYlftT ntr itiMili 1 ftijfelifltfl13 i iffatifl
llefore the light was pulled orrffl
"'"" c-'bles passed Ix-tweeli Horn?
'V"' "'" ,,'R l"otcr- t M
I'lecii which hnvo. practically settles
llll( ,lto,,OB,n flir ., k0r,M of &
hltions at Honolulu.' JJJJ
The etunil tnken by those 'wM
have be omo Instrumental In jm
tempting to keep out the picture!
here Is that the exhibition would
prob.ihly lf; given In this city nt tRj
time of the visit of the Iaclju
cruiser eqiudrcii. This would bring
thousands of sailors to these shoreS
A large peirentage being granted
liberty would frequent the vnrloul
place of elite! tulnment. B
The result or the Johnson-JeTj
frlec light lias engendered much fan
hatred throughout the States, and Tt
i r t 11 thin element that trou'b'la
1 1 1 reaioiialily be expected, aS
on ui.ig 10 the deductlniis ot thnM
who ate I J5.,trjlug to cjiulureutifl
mitulvlpal atiihorltles that theuTs
play ef the fight fl'ms In Honolulu
would prove an tinwlne act. -jj
Says It Is Unfair To His
Constituents To j
Major Kent has returned from'
his business trip aiuutid tho islu'tull
lie said he was precept nt the pr3
clnct meetings of tho Dcmocratf?
party and found the Democrats takj
lug a great deal of Interest Hijlffil
cueslug the questions ns (presented!
to them by the leaders. JC
The Mayor, when asked nbout tliS
story of leslgnlng his cllko to ag
cept the position made vacant liw
the death of the late Senator Hau
vey, said that he bad uht thought!
or resigning from tho mayoralty!
nfter ho wns given the honor of hoj
Ing tho first niaypr of the city audi
county of Honolulu. 9
"I don't thli.k It Is uronor fori
me, ns- chlof executive of the city' of
Honolulu, to resign for the, purposnj
of accepting another Job." said Ills
Honor. "This is more so on oS
count of the fact thut my term"
not pan et. I believe It Is unfal
to my constituents, nfter they have,
given me their support, for me; to'
resign beforo the expiration of my
"Have you applied 'for tho posl
tlon hold formerly by IIarveyT"lu
wns asked. m
"No, I have not," said he.
"Has the Job been nfferedjfjto
you?" , f
"No. it tins lint '
"Huvo )(iu ever thought of apply
mg tor the position, nfter llarveya
"No, I hnye not,"
"Ate you thinking of applying;
ror the job?"
"No. I am not."
The ptayor was quite emphatic!)"?
denial of miy collection with Job-
chasing along lnter-Is.and lines,
DR. 8EXTON JOINS
Dr I.. I.. Sexton In connection wlthj
his duties as an officer connected
with tho Territorial Hoard of HealfiT
haa Joined forces with tho United
Stntca Marino Hospital anil quaTana
tlno service. Dr. Sexton will act fas
h,.l.t... , .,.. . ....Vr4
iinaifiiiiMt aiiifciHiu ui lilu local BlflUOU,
DULLETIN ADS PAY'
ONTO HIS JO!