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No great thing is created sudden
ly, any more than a bunch of grapes
or a fir. If vou tell me that vou de
sire a fig. I answer you that there
must oc time. i.ei u nrst uiujsom,;
then bear fruit, then ripen. Epic-.
Prohibitionists claim they have
first call on tho voters who make a
falsi- statement of their Intentions.
Don't oto for Prohibition nnd Per
jury. It whiskey was the only thing
that mined homes, tho Morning
Mother of llllud Pigs would he In
A vote for Prohibition means a
Aotc fiuornble to secret missions to
Washington by people, aiming to
overthrow popular government In
Hawaii. i' '
A negro has licked our champion
fighter and a woman Is raised to the
highest ofneo In tho ranks of edu
cators. Hoys, oh, bojs, what arc
joii coming to!
Prohibition's declared hope Is In
men who. for "private reasone.'.' will
nfo other thnn they talk Prohi
bition depends on perjury. Why
should jou vote for perjury?
"Talk Prohibition," says tho Pro.
Hlhltlou campaign manager.. You
can always depend on the Prohibi
tion campaigner to do everything
but practise prohibition by total ab
"Mai.y stunts" nre promised by
the Prohibitionists as a wind .up of
their campaign. They all realize py
this time, that they can not gain
votes by straightforward arguments,
so they must resort to nn thing that
Tho Hawaiian drinks, like the
'Amcrlcnn Indian, for the fell, sheer
poison of tho liquor. Woojley'ji
speech beforo Congress.
Do Hawaiian-Americans Intend to
cast their ballot In support of the
man nnd tho cause that put thdhf
on tho pluno with tho American
Prohibitionists don't llko to be
held to an uccount for tho evil things
said of tho Hawullans by tho Prohi
bition agents In Washington. Hut
these same timid Prohibs aro ready
to Jump Into tho fight und say all
this and ii)oro, should they get any
where near a majority votp from nn
.e-lectoruto they are trying to do-
Colonel Hoosovclt can hardly bo
said lo bo taking sides In Rcpubll
can factionalism when ho goes Into
the light to assist Senator Uoverld'ge.
'It should bo remembered thatn Sen
ator llovcrldgo Is tho regular candi
date of tho regular Republican pon
From the St.
Adnlphus Ilusch, now on his wuy, to
spend n vacation on his estnte In Ger
many, was Interviewed In the harbor
Ht Now York Just beforo his vcsbbI
sailed, and not unreasonably the lead
ing subject touched upon was that of
the conflict In America between tho
crudely named "wets" und "drys."
Tho simplicity und, we believe, the
unassailable soundness of Mr.
Dusch's utterances should commend
thorn to all peoplo who nre willing to
give to eery problem the benefit of
nu Inspection from more than one
There would seem to bo no longer
uny new thing to tuy on the subject
of tho disagreement between tho pro
hibitionists und tho advocates of torn
pcratcness; nor was thorn anything
at alt novo! In the theories of the
famous St. I-oulsaii; but they were
rather mnip cogently nnd sincerely
put than usual.
-"Prohibition, If given full sway," ho
E&td. ."would ruin the world ' This
'vigorous statement, analyzed, becomes
plain us day. It mud prohibitum, uu-
Pet Vttr, anjrwhnc In U.3 I .op
Pel Year anywhere n Canada.. I.Krt,
Per Year pwtpald, loiein......i 3. on
vcntlon, nntl only tho President has
thus far refused to do anything that
might complicate his campaign for
return to the Senate,
Tn nicfiFn PRnHIRITinNKTS
IU HL.LiL.UtU 1I1UIIIUIIIUHIUIUI
Wo respectfully call the attention
of about ninety-nine members of the
Prohibition Committee of One. Hun
dred to the following extracts from
tho statement of Ilisbop Libert on
"Tho best prohibitionist is tho total
abstainer. He puts In practice what
others preach, nnd he does It without
tho aid of laws and without Indicting
his views upon others."
"There Is only one klild of prohibi
tion, that holds out hope for the fu
ture, it Is tho law of tn'o Individual
for himself. Koch one can bo a p'rb
blbltlonlst so far as It concern1! him
self, nnd no one can Mhd ,'ntilt with
him for his views. 'Did stnto laws
may prohibit the sate of Intoxicant?,
but that docs not make the Individual
n total abstainer or oven tempeinti'.
Until Bach one becomes nn advocate of
prohibition for one, rtuto law? will
uMill but littlo In the cn'ii.o of temper-
GO TO YOUR PRECINCT
To establish the political boss Is
tho program of a faction within the
Republican party that has been laying
Its lines or tho past six months.
This faction has not only openly ex
pressed Its. Intentions but It lms made
promises to deliver tho delegates In
return for money advanced
Naturally it will do Us utmost to
smcariho tracks of Its wobbly course
by calling anyone, who may demand
u fair deal, names.
The Republican voter should be on
hand at the precinct meetings und seo
that the factionalism and bosslsm is
ov"erlh"fbwn. Then tho situation will
take care of Itself to tho utter dls
comtlturo of tho crowd of would-bo
Tho mcro fact that tho morning or
gan should Are up at tho suggestion
of whnt the boss gang Is doing, Is
mighty good evldenco that tho fac
ttonallsts realize their scheme Is gen
Why should anyone object to n re
quest from any source that tho votors
of the Republican party turn out in
large numbers to attend their pre
cinct meetings, and bo on hnnd to
provent tho schemes of factlonallsts
nnd block the manipulation of aspir
ing bosses? Why should tho organ
that claims so much for Itsell and
practices so little political honesty be
tho first to cry out against tfio Ro
ll 'Mlcana turning out in force to do
dcr unother name, and exercised In
another direction, which lost to Orent
Urltaln the American colonies; and it
has been prohibition, under oho gulso
or another, that has caused hatred
among men from the Crusades tho
first of the great prohibition move
ments in modern history loirti.
"It (prohibition)," proceeded j Mr.
Dusch, "Is a breeder of hypocrisy' and
a destroyer of moderation. What we
aro working for Is moderation. Wo
want moderation In all things ln eat
ing, drinking und smoking. We want
high license and regulation of saloons.
Look at tho great Gorman Nation. Tho
people all drink, biit they drink In
moderation." The uddltlonul opinion
tliut Mr. Buuch does not regurd all
prohibitionists us hypocrites wus In It
self u species of moderation which
very neatly conjoins tho w'brd nnd the
Tim nlKiilllcant fact In that tbn high
er ono goes for his authority In good
ness or wisdom,- tho moro unassall
nbly do tho words of this Intorvlow
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their full duty ns parttzans nnd cit
izens? Don't forget, Republican votors,,
that your duty tonight directs you to
attend your precinct meeting.
If, after staying at home, you find
yourself in the hands of the political
boss and tho factional political ring,
you havo no ono but yourself to
PROHIBITION'S AIM IS TO
DECEIVE THE VOTER,
Prohibitionists do not now and nev
er havo faced their own Issue.
They assert that a vol? for Prohi
bition on July 2G Is a vote for n sa
This Is false nnd they know it.
They know nnd the record of tho Pro
hibition States throughout tho Union
hns shown that n vote for Prohibition
is a vota for tho Dllnd Pig, the saloon
In Its most vicious nnd degrading
They know Hint tho present law of
this Territory Is sufficient at the pres
ent time to wipe out every saloon in
these Islands If tho people believed
It better to dispense, liquor Illicitly
than througli the controlled and lic
They know that they nre mislead
ing tho voters Just ns Wool Icy at
tempted to mislead tho .members of
Congress when they assert that Pro
hibition would wipe out the retail sale
of Intoxicants within this Territory.
They know that Prohibition does
not save the man whose wages they
claim aro tho subject of their special
solicitation. They know that tho
Dllnd Pigs and Kitchen Uarrootns that
thrive and increase under Prohibition
wilt reach the thoughtless and weak
worklngman, who thinks of his uppe-
tlto beforo his family, by a shorter
and moro certain route than they now
credit to tho worst Buloon their Imag
ination can create.
They know that the issue beforo
the voters of this Territory Is wheth
er he will uphold a law that Is ef
fective and has met with general sat
isfaction. They also know that to vote for
Prohibition Is to placo tho stamp of
approval on tho secret mission of
Woolley to overthrow our laws, and
also approv.e all tho evil ho spolco of
Hawaii and tho Hawallana while ho
was at tho National Capitol.
Prohibitionists are evading their
own lssuo at every point in tho gume.
They are avoiding their own platform,
they are striving to dccelvo tho vot
ors. They cannot succeed.
PROHIBITION AND PERJURY.
"Hundreds will voto for pro
hibition who will not say they aro
going to do so, for private rea
sons." Prohibition Campaign
What could better exemplify tho
hypocrisy of tho Prohibition campaign
of Woolley and Thurston than this
expressed hopo of perjury coming
from the headquarters of the' Prohl
The plain intimation of this state
ment Is thnt "hundreds" of the oters
on whom tho Prohibitionists depend
to further the Woolley campaign of
vlll location, misrepresentation and
community damage, are so thoroughly
steeped In hypocrisy -that they will
vote other than they talk; that these
mplettf tne deception they are now
. -, ,'! . 1 a .; .
practicing nt tho suggestion of the
Prohibition leaders, and give the fin
ishing touch to tho lie of their lives,
when they go to tho polls on the 26th
Now the II u 1 1 0 1 1 n docs not be
lieve that thero are ."hundreds" of
any such voters in this Territory.
Hut tho Prohibitionists through
their cnmpnlgu spnkrsmen ball such
men and ouch conditions of common
Uy docelt. with satisfaction Tho
thought of.such a possibility, tho hopo
mat men will morally perjuro thorn.
wlw. will Ilvo ii ttmoU6 tUvlt ft
2 Bedrooms $10,00
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ow .citizens nnd clinch the promised
. lenring of false witness in tho secrecy
of the ballot booth, teaches Its own
lesson as to tho character of the Pro
hibition campaign In this Territory.
Prohibitionists haio at various
times claimed for their cause a stand
ard of morality that Is much better
than that of the nerngo honest man,
who has an honest opinion and states
it honestly and fearlessly.
But now in tho closing days of their
strugglo they note with special unc
tion that their hopo of winning a vic
ious campaign for n dubious cnuso Is
In tho voto of men who are deceiving
Prohibition nnd Perjury have gone
hnnd in hand wherever the fanatics
have gone forth to whip men into lino
for false schemes labeled with reform.
Prohibition ns it has been developed
on the mainland has proved a promot
er of Perjury.
It may not therefore be surprising
that tho Prohibition campaigners of
Hawaii are placing their greatest ro
llnnco upon tho voter who plans to
play fulso for "private reasons."
It Is a fact however that should be
taken to heart by tho honest men who
believe in tho cnuso of temperance
and the advancement of Hawaii. The
fair-minded men or Hawaii, tho hon
est men who Mote us they talk and
havo tho courage of their convictions
at all times, should renew their de
termination to cast their voto und en
list overy other voter within their
sphcro of Influence, to go to tho polls
and by putting his mark In
the space opposite the words
NO and AOLK, administer to
tho promoters of Prohibition that does
not prohibit and Perjury that blights
tho Integrity of the citizen, tho defeat
so richly desorved.
According to tbe claims made by
the Prohibition leader quoted by tho
Prohibition organ, to voto with the
Prohibitionists Is to voto with
GOOD BYE TEDDY.
A. Fnrc-Tlicc-Wcll from the Ruling
Heads of Kuropc to Their Distin
guished Visitor, T. II.
Wo trust you'll understand, Tod, In
dropping you this lino
Thoro'a not ono word wo'vo written
that's meant to bo unkind.
Dut Truth muijt always' triumph, and
tho object of this "porno"
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 oh easy instalments.'
Price ........; -". 4750
25 acres of land, improved, in
Palolo Valley. Bargain prico
for quick sale.
Residence of 0. L. Wieht. Pulwa. ''
' 'FORT RENT "
Furnished. Possession July 1, 1010
Anapuni St. 2 bedrooms) $35
Kinau St, (4 bedrooms) 45
J,' .Jj' j
? Seyen acijes.' .House with
large living room, two bed
rooms, garage, servants' quar
ters, etc, j
All modern conveniences.
Frontage on upper Manoa
Terms Can Be Arranged,
Office open from eight to ten on
Is to tell you frankly, Teddy, thnt
wo wish you would go home.
Now don't tnko this unkindly, you
surely know, dear Ted,
We appreclato your visit and all the
things you've said:
And we'll nlways try to cherish the
lessons which you'vo taught
And mend our way In some 1 expects
ns wo renlly think wo ought.
Dut again we'd humbly mention, nnd
with tho utmost grace,
You're much too swift for us, Ted,
and wo cannot stand the pace.
It's long slnco you'vo'been home, Ted,
nnd wo think 'tis hardly fair
To monopolize you longer when you're
so much needed there,
Your countrymen Impatiently nre
wnlttng for the fun
To hear you tell of all tho things
you've seen and snld and dono.
They long to henr your volco, Ted, and
seo that radiant smile.
(Tho I-ord ki ows you'vo enough to
tell to hold them down awhile)
Thut's why wo'ro Just nthlnklng (tho'
wo hato to tell you so)
That really, truly, Teddy, It Is time
for you to go.
So pack your grip at once, Ted, and
lic- n parting drink.
We nec t- -.1 forget ou, nor the
thour s you mudo us think.
Will!? we glorified In your pres-
ucc yet we feel we've earned
So our pleasure now, dear Teddy, Is
to speed tho parting guest.
We'll be nlways glad to seo you If you
happen buck this way,
Dut wo now must havo tho quiet
which we'vo longed for many n
So do not think nn Instant wo would
ruBh you, Teddy dear;
Hut wo'vo things wo must attend to
which wo can't do whllo you'ro
So again excuse our frankness (you
would rather huva us so),
When wo sny with hcurtfolt longing;
O! for Ood's sukc, Teddy, gol
W. U. J.
Bournemouth, June , 1010.
furnished,'' for -one
(W' ' fc
Go ye therefore into the land
ofr Kaimuki,r ,and say thou unto
Mr.;Pessimist that I shall buy a
-lof and profit thereby, and-upon
that lot shall I build a house, and
in that house shalf I dwell, high
above the sea, and enjoy the Koko
Head breeze forever more.
Kaimuki Land Co., Ltd.
AtTEtl SCHEDULEWILLCLEAN UP'
(Continued from Paee 1) .
tho wholo of Thursday at tho Bhrlnc
of Mndam Pole. There will bo no
change ninde In tho tlmo of departure
or tho Mnunn Ken from llllo, the
steamer sailing Friday morning nnd
arriving nt Honolulu bright nnd early
on Saturday morning ns heretofore.
Tho chnngo In the sailing schedule
of tho steamer Claudluo has already
gono Into effect nnd by a shortening
up of tho tlmo heretofore spent nt
Hawaii and Maul ports, thnt Vessel Is
permitted to return to Honolulu on
Wednesday instead of Thursday morn
ing ns has been tho rulo In tho past
The Clnudlne salts as usual on Krl
day afternoon for Mnul and Hawaii
calling at Lahalna, Kahulut, liana
Laupuhoehoe and llllo, nrrlvlng at the
latter iort early Sunday morning
Returning the vessel departs from
llllo on Monday afternoon as form
erly nnd In ordor to gain twenty-four
hours on the old schedulo will has
ten her visits to tho ports of Uiupa
hoehoe, Klpahulu, Hnna, Nahlku, Ko
anno, Knhulul and Lahnlna. It Is tho
intention to cut out none of tho ports
of call on either tho outward or In
There has been some agitation for
11 chnngo In tho schedule of tho
steamer Mlkahala and should this go
Into effect the steamer would bo dis
patched for Maul, Molokal and Lanai
ports on Friday instead of Tuesday
evening thcroby taking passengers,
mall and freight brought hero by tho
Oceanic steamer Sierra.
Whooping Cough Third In
Diseases For Month
According to figures compiled by
llin llnii-.l ... Ifnnlth IllllprrlllOSlH
und measles headed tho list of con -
taglous and Infectious diseases In
Honolulu during tho month of Juno
Tuberculosis holds the head of tho
list, with thlrty.thrce cases and flvo'
deaths, while measles has the same
number of cases, but there wore no
deaths from this disease.
Whooping cough Is credited with
nine cases, of which four resulted In
death, 'the only other deaths being
one each from typhoid fever, plague
The full report or sickness Is;
Typhoid fever .... 4
Meases ' , . . 33
Whooping cough. . ,
t . ' . " r
CASTOR I A
For Infants nnd Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
TWKNTY-THRKE days was requir
ed In tho pnHpagp from Honolulu tn
Port Townsrnd, mndo by (hn Amorl
can schooner A. M. Raxtcr. Tho Bax
ter completed tho discharge of a ship
ment of lumbor nt this port tho mld
dlo of last mouth.
Slnco ten o'clock yesterday morn
ing when the Board of Health was
ndvlsed of tho death of a Japancso
under suspicious circumstances In
Chinatown the disinfecting apparatus,
hns been busy nnd thoroughly fumi
gated two tenements besides tho ono
In which the body was found.
From examinations made so far It
Is considered that tho Japancso found
lied of ptilmnnory plague but doflnlto
leclslon cannot be reached until tho
ixpcrlnicnt with guinea pig Inocula
tion brings results which will bo In
about flvo days more.
It w-as only through reading thu
nowspnper that Dr Pratt of tho
Board of Health learned of tho unat
tended death of tho Japanese, no oth
or report having been mndo by tho
pollen surgeon, Dr. Emerson.
Immediately upon reading of tho
death Dr. Pratt started an Investiga
tion and by the mlddlo of tho after
noon jestcrday practically tho wholu
of three tenements had been gono
through and nil tho clothing and oth
er nrtlclcs found In them had been
given a steam cooking besides a bath
of disinfectants given tho wholo of
tne Interior of tho buildings. Carbo
lic acid could be smelted for soveral
blocks In ench direction when tho
work was woll under way.
President Mott-Smlth of tho Board
of Health In speaking or tho caso this
morning stnted that tho wholo sec
tion of tho city near these tenements
would bo thoroughly overhauled and
disinfected tho section to bo operat
ed on extending as far as the car
All the houses will bo given a minute-
Inspection by tho Board of Health
nnd nil Insanitary pluccs which may
bo found to havo escaped tho regu
lar Inspector, who has been given a
reprimand for lax work, will bo dono
No plaguo rnts havo been found up
to tho present though two suspicious
ones wero captured yesterday after
noon. They turned, out not to bo
plaguo ratB, howover.
Thero has not boon n caso of.plagus
In .Honolulu slnco 1907 and tho auth
orities hopo by energetic measures to
stop anything or this kind now.
Last month thero wero throe casea
of plaguo among tho Russians who
camo In bn tho Nippon Marti from
Japan, but these cases developed at
quarantine Island soon after arrival
nnd wero contracted on board tho
! ship and not In tho Territory.
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