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EVENING BTTl-tSTiN, KOKOtTTtTJ, T. H., Tt'iiDAY, JULY 12. 1910.
BAILY-and WEEKLY -J?uMMijd byBTttLETm ZTrBLKHimi tO-pITD.
At120 King Street, Honolulu, Tcrritprycf Hsw&iL
Daily every day except Sunday. Weekly itsned on Tuesday of each week.
MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PEESI.
VVrtllnce R. Rarrlngton,
SUBSCRIPTION BATES PAYABLE IH ADVANCX.
Pef Mjjilb, nr"hei la VA .78
! UuKnert anywner.m u.. a.oo
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Or Vrti. poilfl1'foreljt'ii . . 13. oo
tei Yf ir, inprbm 10 U A .. l.oo
Pf Yti. tnjrwbttt n Cbi). I. no
PtrYcir potpld,lotct(D, .,,,,. 3,wi
GIBCULATION LAEQEST OF ANY NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED
in the -Territory- of Hawaii; ti t
-- I Editorial Rooms,
1 ei.jBuslness Office,
Intttr) l lb rattoSM ! Ilovolsla
, u iccoikI-cIui muitr.
TUESDAY r JULY 12, 1910
"From, my own experience in por-, tiny compared with the corresponding
tion9 of the United States where period In. 1909.
prohibition laws were in force, I be-1 Tlio tabulation for the first nlno
lieve that a strict and rational regu-, months of tho current fiscal year fnl
lation under such a law as we nowiuwn
have, in the hands of judicious andj
right-minded men, will do more for
the cause of true temperance than
prohibition, nnd will be far better
for nil concerned.
"Whenever prohibition is voted
upon, many drinking men favor it.
They believe it will help them. Many
moderate drinkers, carried away by
processions of children and the pray
ers of women, vote for the measure,
It has been my personal observation
that in a short time many of these
men become sneaks and liars and
lawbreakers to get a drink."
Bishop H. B. Bestarick.
Oyster liny Is not as big a nlncC
no llcverly, hut It seems larger.
Avlntor Ciirtl will shortly drop
In on Hawaii on his way to China.
Hns Woolley over ilnno anything
that thn people or Hawaii endorsed?
Why, then, vote 'for Ills scheme of
Prohibition wilt bring abotit wide
spread labor troubles in tho main In
dustry of Hawaii? Why, then,
should you vote for Prohibition?
If many more parties tnko n jaunt
to the top of Mount MelClnley, we"
shall begin to believe that Cook
tnndo It. but forgot to tell thetru
nfter ho got back.
Prohibition further proves Its
weakness when the campaigners
find It necessary to Invent side Issues
of nartlznii itnlltlrtt with which to
mlslcai) the volers from the main
Prohibitionists who wnnt Prohibi
tion for the other fellow hut demand
rivers of booze for themselves are
flocking with birds "of a feather If
they vote with theProHlbltlon and
Our local baseball clubs nro deal
ing out some great games lately. If
you can't get off early enough' in
, the afternoon to wltuess the open
ing of a game, Just drop In for the
twelfth or llfteeiitli Inning. It Is
Alnnto dnrtlcy has explained
somo reasons why he Is a Frohlbl
tlontst. Why should ha not nt the
same .time explain why , he Is a total
nbstalner, nnd nlso what he hasdono
to redact) the consumption of liquor
f'f by the. other fellow?
fcV ' 3
f Circulars of tho Woolley-Thurston
t WnhlldMnn nrnnnirnnriiL mnkn nrnm-
laes to thn Hawallnns that under
'Prohibition thoy can get all the In
i toxlcatlug liquor they want from th(e
Coast. Yet they say" they want to
save tho Hawaiian. Aa a matter of
fact, all thnt Thurston and Woolley
liuvu 11140111. wiujiutYtiuuu its, ma vuiy-.
nnd after unit M once secured tney
. will kick him ami his rights over-
Average dally Increase In
withdrawals of distilled
nqd fermented liquors
for consumption for thn
llrst "J. months, present
fiscal year (gallons) .. 214,874
Total Increase In collec
tions on distilled spir
its for .same, period ... S9,Sir,49
Total Increase in collec
tions on fermented li
quors for same period. Jl.STG.MS.OO
Total Increase in con
sumption of distilled
spirits for same period
Totut Increase In con
sumption of fermented
liquors for same jxtrlod
This Is t);q wuy, Prohibition uc
comidlshea the purpose. thutTliiirs
ton declares, ,lp ,bq Oj( ..qlu o'f the
, ooiieyi i nursLon .comDipution
With such practical-demonstrations
or tne,. .talium or. I'rowwtlpn, to ac
complish t.he. alnjs, ofltsupportcrs,
of course the voters of Hawaii will
.vote "NO" on Prohibition and there
V .sustain the Hawaii-made "license
Houses For Rent
Wahiavra .2 Bfdroomi
Kflimuki 7th Ave ....". ..I.'. ::'.Q- "
Beretania St. .2 ,
Thurston Ave :, I ;' 4
Kamehaxatha IV. Bd . . .. 4
Matlock Av 2.
Lewen .Bd.' . .3 '
Chriitley Lone .....2.
Kaimuki 11th Ave ; 2V
Kairauki 9lh Ave .'.;.. 2
Kaimukl 12th Ave v. 2 :
Kam. IV. Bd 3
Kalmukl 9th Ave 2
Beretania St. . . 2.
Trent Trust Co., Xtd.
t t . 4:4'i
When you ,recrIo jour Imllnt nt tlic polling place on July 26
4-', the day of the plebiscite to determine whether llnnnll Is tn continue
under the best llinior law In the United States or.. ho. nflllclcd wlth.n
Woollej-.mnde stalule the vollng; form will nppenc m (olloflst
. SPECIAL ELECTION JULY 20, 1010.
MORE LIQUORS CONSUMER UNDER
Local Prohibitionists claim that
their purpose In asking for Prohibi
tion which they know will not pro
hibit. Is to decrease the consumption
of alcoholic beverages.
Oltlclal records show that during tho
season of .Prohibition activity on tho
malnland.thq salo of beer. Increased
90,000,000 'golfonsund the sale of spir
its upwards of 11,000,000 gallons.
So the Prohibition claim, ns usual,
Prohibition neither prohibits nor de
creases .the, ponnumptlon of alcoholic
.PROHIBITION INCREASES USE OF
So long us wo hellovo that tho ob
ject sought Is sound and right, vlt.:
the "reduction of the consumption of
. liquor to tho lowest practicable mln-
lraum," wo must not befrlghtcned.pfr
by obstnclcs.-Tk A, Thurston speak
ing for, tho Prohibitionists,
Thevi-Heek u reduction of the con-
- t . - ..
r sumption of,unpor.j, , . ,
JS Thoyi also' clnlm thnt during recent
Venn Uio nrniiY)f .Prohibition lias In.
rrnnflpd fin'flNlVlA Inelllifprt n verv
Br '' ' "
' . V largo section of the country and many
jinllllons of population.
rJ According to the Prohibition tbe-
J-ory the extension of prohibitory areas
'gllUUlU( VMHb IIUUU, U PIVUHJ 1UUUV
," tlon In tho consumption of liquor.
i' Figures front tho United States
.,' - 7
v, show that during the lust year wben
'- Prohibition was making Its alleged
galns-rtUu nvorago increase in the
jti'so of alcoliollc beverages.. In the
MIXING PROHIBITION WITH
fARTIZAM "POLlf ICS.7" '
In the last days.ot.thelr campaign
tho Prohibitionists are trotting out
their ll(tle stunt of trying to mix
politics with, the Prohibition Issue
" .Only a few days ago jhey prom
ised, that they would have many
"stunts" for the closing days of the,
Now they come forward with n
story of an alleged effort ot liquor
dealers to control the, .ilepubllcan
party In the coming -fail campaign.
ineir wnoie statement may. ,uo
taken as a falsehood. It Is snrunc
merely to mislead tho, "voter, from.the
main question of meinour l'rolilDl-
"1.V. - -- ...
, It Is a sample of the trickery nnd
the treachery of the campaigners
who are pretending to set a highly
moral examplo to the community.
First the Prohibitionists said the
voto was for or against the saloon.
Now thoy come forward, with a ynrn
with which, they hope, to frighten a
.few votes 'Into 'their list .through
complicating the situation wjtli par
If there were any truth In tho
statement pf tho effort to gain con-.
iroi or uie iiepuoucan puny or any
other party, It does not affect the
Issue, on which the Plebiscite Is
j The people p this Territory aro
yet'"lu control and will bo 'remain.
They will settle one, thing' at a
', Pr(hlb)ton Is tho present threat.
Tho people will vote that down.
After (he Plebiscite, they will attend
to the next question that has to be
met the protection of the; political
a,rganJz.atlons 'of. Jlio Territory from
coptrpj y' factlonallsts, operated for
factionlsts, at the dictation of
Neither the Intolerant Prohibi
tionist, who disgraces the cause or
TEBBIT0BY OF HAWAII
Voto by marking a cross (X) after the word
"Ym," or "No" in tho pqnnro ruled spaeo provided
for tlutt purpose.
,Klio inn kc knba nun i ke'n, (X), ninbopco kn
liuaolelo "Ac," n i ole, "Aole," maloko o ke knen i
rnl n in, i lioomoknuknu in no in men.
Shiill tho leRislaturo to bo elected in November,
nineteen hundred nnd teii, 1k requested to p.w, nt
ilit first regulnr pession, n law. proliibiting tbo iiiniiu
fneture or Kale within tho Territory of intoxicating,
npirituoii(i, vinous, and mult liquors, except for medi
cinal nnd Fcientitic purposes?
K koiin nkH anei kn.nbnolelo c koboia nku ana urn
Xovemu.ba, umikmnaniniwa banori mo umi, c hoobolo
mn konit kuu iiinu imin i kaunwni o bookapu lou nnn
i kn bnniiiu ana iiino ke kuniin nun maloko o kc Tori
tore, i nil wiiimia, m vnionn i pubiin,i.ibonvt'iiawiiiii,
n i hoohuiia, koo wale no nn banivbipAiiu-'nme mi liaim
nko-nknmni ? i l '
. . -1--. . . .
'i i .
To lote against the proposed Woolley-Thurston 'lair( place n
cross mark In the square opposite the words ".NO" nnd lis Hawaiian
Tllifi IS A V0TK I. SUPl'OKT OF THK KXISTIN0 MQIIOIl
TKAKfio t'0XTit(i, i,.vw, aimixi8tkiii:i) i.v kacii cou.vrv
OF THE TKKItlfflltV 1IY A IIOAltl) OF FIVK CO.WMIHSIOXIIHS,
Al'I'OI.NTKU 11Y ,TIIE OOVEUXOH OF HAWAII,
run this Territory nnd Its politics, mludod; progress.- 'Tho.Btrqngl-nisn
Our Hawnllan-Amerlcnn ncn of,..IIawalI wllLVolo down- Prohlpl.
good, straightforward, clear-headed tlon'a attack on our system of goy
Atnerlcan men will keep the middle ernment .and laws developed ...from
ground of conservative, yet liberal- experience nnd best adapted to. our,
(t fly'U 7 S ri' t - I c u:t
' I c.
( 1 IY1 .k
good, mora)s arid far play, nor the
'low, dlvo-kccncr who elves tho ovll
SVnlted States was 211,871. gallons a character .to the liquor trafflc. can
Real Estate for Sale
i-Modertt storyand a half houie, ,. v,, -,
in good locality $3000 '
A borne in Kaimuki, .on ,car
line. Large dot, .with remod- .,
eled. home, in excellent con-,
dition. This prppertyvcan bo
bought', on. easy .instalment j.,
Price . . i , ,.,, ... ,...,. . 470 '
25 acres of -land, (improved,, in. -'',,
- Palolo Valley. Bargain price en,
for .quick sale.' ...,.' ' ,
. V F0R.1EASE - ,
1 . Besidence of Ci -I. Wight, Pulwa, '
Nuuanu- Valley, famished; for one v .
I year 1., n, t tvt
I' Furnished. Possessioit. July 1, 1910
I Anapunl St. (2 bedrooms) $35. ..
Kinau St.. (4 bedrooms). ...... 45.
Fort and Merchant Streets i.
What's the dds
Ml A J "-
Whether it yHs malihini or ka
niaaina ,thatt pavfef you ahd me a
chance to vp,te,pu.t thq salopnon
Let's hot be' side-tracked!
Vote for Prohibition
, j 1
Hild HI MUt- UfiCl TH T"
ii w &
.TTru 1 i
Seven acres. House with
, largo living room, two bed
' rooms, garage, servants' quar
ters, .etc, ,
All modern conveniences:
Frontage on tipper Manoa
' Price $5500.
Terms Can Be, Arranged
Bishop Trust Co., Ltd.
TALK BY "
, The Wireless
Office open from eight! to iert on
Partltan.pollticB. will letaken
,nare of when Prohibition Is settled,
hr.d no factlonallstg will he able tn
jronlrol tho Repii)iKcnn parly and
lenrry It through a successful cam-hmlRii.
i-t: - -m.
costs, hut n,,vejy little mote"
than what vou nted to rV .
I for plated iware, but it will
IUII U MIClllllC,
Our stock of Silverware is
1 large and varied.-
Ofc't our prices for compari-
" son. ' '
H. F. Wichman
& Co.. Ltd,,
conditions, and then stand guard to
protect the m-ehltiery of pnrtlzai
organizations . snlnst tho schemes of
Individuals who are, aiming to use
thcBc, organizations for their own
,uuvtinur ricaiLuiigs rui
Hawaiian Br.eezes In
, "I nm coming tpitho tropics to cool
off," was tho plaint of Governor Frcar
In n letter written to Secretary Mott
Smith aa ho wns..ncarlng Chicago on
his homawnrd way.
Prohibition h thn Issun of the Tho Irtter. eeelyed this morning by
things., which fiuvernorrriuir hiul
dona while on his trip. Including ,a
stop nt Washington and Interview
with Presldont, Tnft, Spcrotnry Hn
llngcr and other ofnclals. s
According to .thii tcpt of tho letter
which was Written on tho train Just
beforo reaching Chicago from thn
east, ,lt, was somo warm In that part
of the United States and ho evidently
was In tho midst of n heat wavo of no
moan temperature., ,
Tho Governor snlla from San Prnn
fclsco today (in tho Manchuria for Ho
nolulu. ' ' f
President Schwerln of tho Paclllp
Mali Company will bo a passenger on
tho big steamer to tho Orient. .
TIIR CAHADIAN-Australlan llnor
Makura from, Australian ports by the
way of Suva lsr reported by cable as
having sailed from the FIJI port and
duo to arrive herd on br. about July
19th. Tho vessel Is bringing a smnl
Bhlpmcnt "of morcha'ndls6 nnd supplies.
Tho local ngents -report accommodS
tlon for thirty-eight passengcra to tlfo
coast. , . - I
The rising generation
should' be' trained to tem
perance and to' rely' Off
strength of character, and
riot be put into a straight
jacket to make up for 'lack"
of ; character. " "', .,,;'
Drink if you want to
but be temperate.
And vote against "pro-
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