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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, July 13, 1910, 3:30 EDITION, Page 4, Image 4',
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Daily every Jay except Sunday. Weekly issued on Tuesday of each week.
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CIRCULATION LARGEST OF ANY NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED
in the Territory of Hawaii.
p i I Editorial Rooms,
1 eh Business Office,
Istcrtf M tfat Po4tofflc4 lit Itoootoli
J Mcoadlu rattlcf,
WEDNESDAY JULY 13, 1910
"I have had a life of nearly thirty i no for tlio regulation of tho purity of
years here as priest and bishoD, and the commodity sold; thp Territory
hnvp Intimate relation with the na-fnlll be stamped In n saturnalia of
tive people ana witn tne tamuies 01
my faith who have made their homes
t'ln times when liquor was tabu to
the natives they were greatly harm
ed. They wanted freedom and their
nnsuer to prohibition was the :nanu
factutc and abuse of liquor in everv
settlement, hamlet and neighbor
hood. The situation was rulndus.
They arc ar temperate people. The
Hawaiians are not a nation of drink
ers. Temperance work amongst
them is constantly carried on by the
Catholic church. We say to them,
'Don't drink,' but neither the
Church nor the state, in my judg
ment, has the rivht to use force in
this matter, with or against the na
tives or any other people.
"The liquor traffic here can be
controlled effectively and fairly by
our own existing laws and laws tq
he made by us untrameled in the
futute, not by the radical notions of
men who have no leal concent for
Let us have liberty. There will
Houses For Rent
Wahiawa 2 Bedrooms
Kaimukl 7th Ave 0
Beretanla St. 2 "
Thurston Ave , 4 "
Kamehameha IV. ltd 4 '
Matlock Ave 2 "
Lewm Bd 3 "
ChristUy Lane 2
KaimukJ 11th Ave i 2
Emma Lane 2 "
Kaimuki-9th ATe , 2 "
Kaimukl 12lh Ave 2 "
Kaimukl ; 2
Kam. IV. Rd 3
Kaimukl 9th Ave 2
Waipio .... 3 "
Beretania St. ... 2
Trent Trust Co., Itd.
he no abuse of It." Bishop Libert.
Relegate Kulilo r.is he Is not a
Prohibitionist, but stands for tern
jtcrnnco. That shows cry plainly
lie must lime nssoclated himself
with Woolley nnd Thurston tindor a
nilsnpprchenslon of what tho Prohf
liltlnn gang Is drlWng nt.
Kiililn declares for equal rights
for nil races Hut Woolley, the
sponsor fop Prohibition, tohl JC2n;
ro8H that "tho native populatlbn
needs niul desuncs prompt and pow
erful lntct entlou." So tho only
tli I in- fnrtlii simmirter of caual
rights to do In tho plebiscite 'is to
That statement from Governor
Tcrnald of Maine, published by tho
Prohibitionists, carefully avoids any
remarks onovhether Prohibition pro
hibits. No ono Knows better than
(lovernor Fernnld that Prohibition
Is n perfect farce. Hvery child of
xchool ago Knows that tho drug
btoro Is the State of Maine saloon,
alfford Plnchot, coming West to
help William Kent In his fight for
Congress), Is bound to provioo many
bad moments for tho antl-prosecu-tlon
peopUnof San U'ranclsco wno
nppcarcil (b, find favor with Presi
dent Tiift-whcn he visited tho West.
Yet Kent was ono ot tho most ar
dent and ilA;nl supporters of Taft,
nnd Is now when Taft stands by
the cause Of tho people.
mallhlnl boozn that pays no taxes.
Prohibition w 111 Immediately adJ to
tint life ot Hawaii a new factor, tho
pocket peddler of Win whiskey nnd
the kitchen barroom 'sometime, 'knonn
ns the Illlnd Pit;, worse and more
numerous than Ihn mint i v 1 1 saloon
Prohibition will not prohibit.
Prohibition -a 111 oerthrow a low
thai has been accepted by nil tempor-
nneo eople and u godd share of tho
Prohibitionists us effective and well
adapted to the conditions ii tha Tcr-
Pioblbltlon, If gHen u majority vote
by the people ot Ilawull, will lo ae
cepted as nn endorsement of v. lint
Wooltey said of tho llnftallan-Amurl
can citizens ot the Islands when com
paring them with th Indian) v.ho
have no franchise, and declaring that
the "nntlvo population needs rilid dc
se.nes prompt nnd iKjwerfill lufenen
tloujfl tho matler." '
Prohibition wllNhrlng n nw (ruin
of mils lulls wake without gUIng nfi
Prohibition answer? ho (lun.wd
lumio by the people of tho Territory
1'iolilbltlon as It Is presented to I ho
oler Is tho cause of an Intolerant
n. nnrlty that have fosterel and mip
pnted every scheme for llmttliis the
franchise of tho pcoplo and" taking
from them all their rights and priv
ileges of self-got ernment.
Prohibition In Him all thoreforc de
serves from tho motors of this Terri
tory a declsWo and overwhelming
Aolo No, Is nnd should ho tho re
sponse ot Hawaii to thu Woollu)-
mado scheme ot Prohibition.
Prohibition? Aolo No.
HOW TO VOTE
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When jon rerehe your ballot nt the polling place on July 2(1
the day of the plebiscite to determine whether Hawaii Is to continue
under the best liquor law In Ihe United .States or lie afllleted with n
Wonllcy-ninde Mnliile the iiiIIuit. form will appear n follows:
SPECIAL ELECTION JULY 26, 1910.
TEHRITORY OF HAWAII
Vuln hy ninrking n crosi (X) aflcr tlio word
"Vo," or "No" in the squaio rulcil ppaco prnvitlwl
for that purpose.
Ivolio niti ke knlin nnn i kc'n, ,(X), nmliopp o ka
hnnolclo "Av,' a i ole, "Aolo," inaloko o ko kucn i
ruin in, i hoonmkiitiknti in no ia men.
Fluill tlio Irgislntnro to ho clrelod in Xovrmhor,
nincloi'ii liiinilrnl nnil ten, lx rpquoMod to jias1, tit
il- lirt regular t-oion, n law jiroliihitinj; the niiinti
fuolinc or .ilo within tlio Territory of intoxicating,
spirituous, vinoni), niul mnlt liijuor, rxecpt for inwli
cinnl niul K'icntiiic purposes?
E koiiu nk n unci kn nhnolclo c kohoin tiku nun um
Xoveiiiabn, niiiiktiiiioinniwa linucri mo utni, c hooholo
ma kotui knu mini mua i knnnwni o liooknpu Ion nnn
i kn hniiiiin nun ntnc kc kuaiin nnn nmloko o kc Tcri
tore, i nn wnioiui, nn wnionn i pithiin, i lionwanwnin,
u i lioohuiin, kou wnlo no nit huiia liipiinit ;iim; nn hiiiui
I)clecatoJCuhlo (n his tty Inter
' estlng lettrto Senator Uino makes It
, cleur that ho Is neither a teetotaller
S h nor u ProWifcltlonlBL
Ho allowed his nnmo to bo used
-(tyvUli those ion the Comiutttco of Ono
, 'Hundred becnuso ho assumed that
1 that organization BtootI for temper
' ' ante, whcius a matter of fact It has
3 como before tho peoplo as a Prohlbl
, tlon League with a Prohibition plat
,s form, nnd Its sponsor Is Woolloy, the
man whomKuhlo upset In Washing
ton ir It Is not surprising thcrcforo that
tho Delegate should net caro to take
part In the cumpnlgn of tho Prohlbl'
tlon Lcaguo thnt Is taking a fnlno po
Hltlon and saddling upon his should'
era association with and joint rcspons
lblllty for p faUo cause.
-- THE PRESENT LAW,
A vote ngalnsf Prohibition Is a ote
for the present llcenso law ot the
That Is the obvious and declared
trend of public sentiment among the
peoplo Of these islands. Attempt at
deception or evasion of tho fact would
he si foolish nnd silly as the things
Wooljey nnd Thurston nro salng for
their mendacious and Intolerant Pro
Tho people are satisfied with tho
present law nnd they resent the in'
terferenco ot cither the Federal gov
ernment or tht Government by Coin
mission schemers, or tho salaried ag
itators of Prohibition, to mako It ap
pear otherwise. '
That Is why every votor of this Ter
ritory who believes In the proper con
trol of tho liquor traffic should go to
the polls' on the'1 2Ctli and In response
to tho question, Shall 'tho legislature
pass a law prohibiting tho sale and
manufacture of Intoxicating liquors?
placo their olo mark opposlto the
YES I I
A 'J I I'
To tote against the proposed M'oolley-Tlinrslon law"' place n
cross mark In the square opposlto (he words "AO nnd Its Ilnwallnn
THIS IS A VOTE IX SITITOIVT OF THII EXISTING LIQPMR
TIIIFFI0 ('ONTItOI. LAW, AWIIMSTKltUI) IN EAl'lI (MIUNTV
OF THE TEH1UT0KV 1IY A l(O.UlI) OF FlVE COMJlISSIOXEltS,
AITOINTEI) I1V THE (lOVEIINtilt OF HAWAII.
Prohibition In Hawaii
will bo the
algnul forinbor ticjnblijs throughout
tho Biigur IiljluHtry of the Islands.
Prohibition will put an Immediate
damper on tho tourist trade ot Ha
waii from which the pcoplo of the
Islands expect much through tho ad
dition ot a good class of transient und
w permanent residents
Prohibition will result In a Iurjo
itrado In alcoholic liquors from cbe
irnclfle Coast sent In bottles nnd cases
direct to tho consumer; the Tenltoiy
will Imo no authority over thp truf-
WOOLLEV, ATHLETES AND PIE.
John a. Woolloy In, his platitudinous
writing on his schemes for saddling
the Territory with Prohibition, that
does not pretend to prohibit, wishes It
known that athloteB nro always cau
tioned to abstain from alcoholic bev
erages when they nro In training.
Mr. Woolley also religiously forgets
to mention that theso same athletes
aro also prohibited from eating pie,
mlnco pie, and other kinds ot pie.
Now what the peoplo want to know
Is, whether Woolley would get out nnd
talk for the prohibition of pie, and in
tho cause of the prohibition of pie
would call the Hawaiian-Americans
names, ns ho did In Washington, if ho
were paid a regular salary by the
It would also bo Interesting to
learn If Mr. Woolley himself Is a total
abstainer; whether he does not find
that there Is a use for alcoholic bev
erages as well as pie; whether he has
ot also found that ono can ruin his
digestion, put kinks In his head, up
set his wholo outlook upon tho affulrs
of this world, and make a hog of him
self generally by eating too much pe promises rivers of whlskoy, wine and
Can It bo thnt Woolley is planning beer from the Pacific Coast or tho
to follow Thurston's ndvlco nnd dol Orient, he will then tnko up tlio cam
ono thing at n tlmo; that after cnnct-lpalgn ngalnst thoso enemies ot good
Ing a Prohibitory law for Hawaii that digestion, good health, morals and
w l !.
Real Estate for Sale
Modem story arid a half house
in Rood locality $3000
A liome in Kaimukl, on 'tar
line. Large lot, With remod
eled house in'excellcnf cori
dltion. This property can be
bought on easy instalments.
Price i 4750
25 acres of land, improved, in
Palolo Valley. f Bargain price- ;
for quick sale'.
Residence of 0. L. Wight, Pulwn,
. i Nuuanu Valley furnished, for one
year. ' . '
Furnished, Possession July 1, 1010
Anapuni St. (2(bedrooms) $35
Kinau St. (4 bedrooms) 45
Fort and Merchant iint i J w.-. .OW
The Other Fellow
deserves a lot of attention just
noW. 'It is HlS-wifc'aiUl 'HIS
child fen thatn&ld'1 your1- vote
against their 'dqadly enemy the
saloon on July 26. " ,
Vote for Prohibition
J I ' (in';'
FOR S AXE
Seven acres. House with
large living room, two bed
rooms, garage, servants' qitar
All modern convenience.
Frontage on upper Mnnoa
Terms Can Be Arranged
Bishop Trust Co., Ltd.
On Sunday mornings The office is
open from eight to ten.
umn. next, to reading matter on tho
editorial page that Jack Johnson,
tho chnmplon puglllstlo nthlcto of tho
world, Is n total abstainer.
No-other person or paper oer had
tho temerity to call Johnson n total
nbstnlner,' but' iho Prohibitionists
rlnlm they enn do nnythlng when It
comes to calling tho other fellow
mi 111 os by way of argument.
good nature mlnco pie nnd soda
Hut before I Woolley branches off
Into n further discussion of what the
nthlcto has to do, ho ought to say
something of tho announcement mado
by the 1'rolilhltlnn orgnn top of col-
costs init'drt my little more
than what you used to pay'
for plated ware, hut it will
last a lifetime. v
Our stock of Silverware is
large and varied.
Get. ourjprices for compari-son.
H. F. Wichman
& Co.. Ltd.,
Ching Shay Asks Court
To - Eliminate
Dang Pol who was appointed co
executor with Clilng Rhnl of tho es
tate of his father Hang Young has
been spending the cstnlo, ncrordlng
to tho other executor, and tho latter
has asked (ho court to discharge him.
The petition alleges (hat Dang Poi
withdrew from Iho First National
nanlc tho sum of $807 on deposit tjiero
by his father and that ho has never
nlnde nn accounting. Io Chlng Sh.il
for this money, illoipahl fuhornl ex
penses nnd has collected oilier mo.
ncy duo tho, estate but has refused In
makq an accounting tn tho other ex
ecutor, Chlng also alleges that tho son ha
dcpoiltcd to his own account tho
sum of Jt"0 which was n part of tha
amount ho withdrew from tho bank
belonging to the estate. .
Judgo nnhtnsnn ns Issued nn or
der for Dang to npiienr In court nn
July IB and show why ho should not
bo dlrcharged ns an executor of tho
Tho total cstato was estimated nt
THE AMATEUR SPEEDERS.
Wilton Hear J on bought an au
tomobile" the'othc"r day? l '
Cogger Yes, and had bad luckl
Tookmy first spin around town late
the other evening, came home nnd
found myself loehed out.
r "j " l
I " '. J. I n
The rising generation
should be trained ' to tem
perance and to rely v on
strength of character, and,
not be put into a straight
iacket to make up for lack
J ' X t t i
Drink if you want to.
And vote -against "pro-
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