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Intend at Itw rottofficc at HodoIoJo
M ecoad-clut nutter.
.JULY 14, 1910
The best prohibitionist it the wallan Is to establish his capidiy for
I Jtotal abstainer. He puts in practise
1 .what othcts nrcach. and he docs it
L .without the aid of laws and without
' inflicting his views upon others.
"Our Board system seems to be
doing good AND IT SHOULD BE
CONTINUED. It is more and more
"PROHIBITION HAS NOT VIN
DICATED ITSELF ANYWHERE,
AND IT WOULD BE A TREMEN
DOUS MISTAKE TO TRY IT HERE.
"All well-balanced men are nat
urally opposed to violent changes in
government, MoYt of the men who
made the Colonies free were against
any change until their condition be
came intolerable. There is no liquor
crisis in Hawaii. If there were, the
oldtime debate of phyycal force ver
sus moral suasion is still undecid
ed." Bishop Libert, head of the
Catholic church of Hawaii.
Prohibition for Hawaii? Aote-.S'o',
' Prohibitionists can't understand
KuIiIo'h letter bemuse he delivered a
body blow to their scheme o( carry
ing on n race campaign. They don't
want to understand him.
1'iohlMUoii moans a crisis In the
, lnbpr situation nf llawnll, but what
does Woollcy rare 7 The voters ?t
, llannll will show their cnpacltyToV
melt-government and their apprecia
tion of their icsponsllillttles In the
amatter, hy voting "No."
', If t!ivle,t liquor law In the coun
try Is knoAed out. and Woolleylam,
' ntngnatlonlsm, bllnd-plglsm, swlpe-
,'ism, llllcltlsm and general cussed-
Jlsm saddled upon this fairest of Ter
ritories n week from next Tuesday,
tt the cntnstrophe can bo charged up
to tho stay-at-home ote. Oct out
HAWAII'S TRUE FRIENDS,
i t Illshop Restnrlck, lllsfcop Libert
Vnnd l'astor Kolmy hnvo declared
against .Prohibition fdr Hawaii..;;
I Hut Woolloy says that a vote
against Prohibition will show the
lluwallans, to be Incapable of self-
i Kvcr?ne Knows that tho word ol
L'lllshop lto'starlck, Illshop Libert and
f Pastor l$3my, collectively and Indl
, vldually, 'would havo nioro weight
L In Congress and with roputable men
"than tho say-so of W.oolley and all
WODLtEY'S LATEST FALSITY.
Hut 'let blm rent 1 10 welly that
the real question In tho pleblsclto
-Is this; 'AHK THE HAWAIIAN
VOTERS CAPABLE OF SELF
(50V13P.NME.vn A vote for pro
hibition answers "YE9." A voto
im, for tlmiiloon says "NO." John
ii. womiey in mo rriena.
This U Woolloy's latest. Having
V failed to JoqI Congress Into wiping out
j tho Belf-Eovcrnlng right of Hawaii's
cltlzons.i having come back to tbo
; Islands to weakly deny his attacks on
i tho Ilawtillan-Amerlcans, having ca-
Joled amti (owned without result, he
l now threatens, all tho while keeping
f up his regular Bcheme of deception.
On what docs this man feed that ho
goes In and out among men with
falsehood on his tongue, and still with
I nn assumed piety that Is nauseating
to decent ,falr minded, men, classes
.nil who do not believe with him as
"guorlllnMf evil and timidity."
' bn whit? authority does this puld
agent, WMtlley, declare that the Issue
before tho Hawaiian Voter Is the Ha
waiian's capacity for self-govern
Since ;m hen has ho been delegated
with the flowers hitherto resting with
I Congress, 'and by the exercise of the
ySume thftsiiiembers of Congress sent
If him home defeated and discomfited?
lif Ooleguto' Kuhlo, the representative
ttof tho Territory of Hawaii, says the
day Is puvHeil when tne laws or Ha
Avail sharfwork along race lines. Hut
this man, this Woollcy Prohibitionist,
coinos In with nit thn niiHiiinnro f Iho
hnnillout- bombarlnn-clad old lunid
Now what do you think of that?
What sort of a causo is It that must
bank Its hopes on such fals.eho.od,
such subterfuge, such raw attempts
to frighten and cajole tho thought!' ss
and tho timid, as is found In this
studied and deliberate utteranco of
tho man Woolley who Is trying to run
Hawaii and the Hawallans,
A more vicious attack on tho ca
pacity of tho olectorato of this Ter
ritory could hardly bo uttered than is
found In this paragraph of Woo I ley's.
It shows that Woolley means nil ho
has said against the Hawallans, al
though he has npologlzed on rarlo'W
Hnwall and the Hawallans havo a
proved capacity 'for self government
that Is older than Wnolleytand nuj
recognised by the United. States Con-
gress long UeforO' ho'. over thought ol
this section of the world as n lold.i'or
fanatical-promotion for. p.
It Is true that Thurston and thoan
associated wljh Woolley In hi cam
paign of vlllficatlon and rulnoin folly
d.ld .their utmost, when Hawaii w.is
treated a Territory, to Prove that the
Hawallans were Incapablo of self gov
ernment. - nut- they were put to
tslt Is truo that Thurston, and other
.ioclate8 with Woolley In hh schemo
to run a law through Congress while
tho people of Hawaii were not look
ing, havo always been ready to at
tack the Hawaiian-American voter of
this Territory, and rob him of his
present rights under a plan called
Government by Commission.
There Is, not the slightest doubt
of the enmity toward the Hawaiian-
Americans that has been shown by
J'iIJHrri aistr-remembered by the
siojors of th'rtfijSIands, that every
Time Thurston and his gang, and
LlaTcriiPoollerTvifh his gang, havo
gone before Congress with their ne
farious jobs for eucherlng the Ha
waiian out of an American blrth-r-lRht
jjnd efjunl American p'riy'lfcge,
tho representatives of tho American
people have turned them down with
a dilll thud, kicked them out with
d.ue b.utt eant courtesy, and seut
That's ithe truth of the matter,
and the Thurston gang and tho
Woollcy gang know It.
And knowing It, and having felt
tbo too or tho Congressional boot,
and suffered defeat every time thoy
tried to decelvo tho representatives
of the American peoplo In Washing
ton, these deceivers and skulkers by
the by-was and hedges nro trying
to work the gamo on tho Hawaiian
Americana themselves. Uy misrep
resenting the facts and by warping
the moral problems that are In.
volved lu the control of the liquor
traffic, they hope and oven boast of
tholr ability to lead tho Hawaiian
to his own funeral by getting blm
to vote for the Prohibition schemo
they now represent.
The citizens qf this Territory havo
many times defeated the old Thura
ton rule-and-ruln combination, and
they will do It again, Woolley Is a
keen artist as aq Inventor of evil
names and misstatements, but tho
people of this Territory know him,
and will vote "NO" accordingly.
A vote for Prohibition will bo n
voto for Woolley to go back to Wash
ington to renew his campaign for
Intervention In Hawaii's affairs by
Congress. He has said as much. lie
has been brazen In his threats, as
he has been smooth In his misrepre
sentations of the conditions In the
Islands and also of the electorate.
Woolley, falling to convince tho
Hawaiian voter, Is resorting to
tricks nnd treachery.
ilut he can't fool Hawaii's voterB
Jnto giving him and his nefarious'
game an endorsement,
' The people will , vote "NO" on
Prohibition, and' prove to the world
In general and i the American people
In particular thai they are p far
capable of belt-government that they
refuse to be misled by this and other
moral and political bunco iteerers
who come Into their midst an the
orient of nirfn who hne, In iicason
pid out ilnnu all thdy could to rob
citizens of Hawaii nf the right of
Houses For Rent
Wabiawa '2 Bedrooms $20.00
- Kaimukl 7th Ave 0 " 45.00
Beretania St '.. 2 " 25.00
Thurston Ave 4 " 40.00
Kamehameha IV, Rd 4i " 25.00
Matlock Ave 2 " 25.00
lewers Rd. ...-,. '....3 , " 30.00
,ChristlevLane 2 " 15.00
, 'KaimnkI Uth Ave 2 " 32.00
Emma Lane 2 " . 12.00
Kaimuki Oth Ave 2 " 35.00
Kalmuki 12th Ave. , 2 " ' 32.60
Kaimukl 2 " 22.60
Kam. IV. Rd 3 " 25,00
KaimnkI Oth Ave 2 " 22.00
Walplo , ,3 " 12.00
Beretania S.L .a.u. ..2 " , 1750
Trent Trust Go., Ltd.
HOW TO VOTE
.When jou receive your ballot nt lhc polling place on July 26
the- day of the plcMsel'tc to. determine whether IlarVnll s t,o continue
under the best liquor law In the Untied Mlatcs or be filleted with n
Woollrr-mnde statute the Toting form will nppcnr at follonsi
. . .. - 4. t W tAt.i.tAti-
SPECIAL ELECTION JULY' 26, 1910.
TERRITORY OF HAWAII
Voto by marking n cross (X) after tho worM
"Yes," or "Xo" in the square ruled spaco provided
lor that purpose.
KoliiHina ke knha nun i.kc'n, (XJ; ninliopp o kn
hunolelo "Ac," n i ole, "Aole," lnuloko o k'o kuen i
ruin in, i lioomiiknuknu in no in men.
Shall the legislature to Iks elected in November,
nineteen hundred and ten, be requested to pass, nt
its first regular cession, a lnw prohibiting the iuhuii
f net tire or siihj within thu Territory of intoxicating,
spiritupus, vjiious, ami malt liquors, except for medi
cinal nnd scientific purposes i
., E koiin nk u unci kn nhnolelo c kolioia uku ana nut
Noveninba, uiiiikumauifiiwnlmucri mo utni, c liooliolo
nut konn knit tiuiu inua i kiiiinw'iii c liooknpu Ion ana
i kn hnnnin nun iifnc Ko kttniin nun niuloko o ko Teri
tore, i mi wiiionn, nn wniomi i iu1iiin. i lioawnnwtini,
u,i hooliuiiu, koe wulu no mi Ilium liipnuu nine nn liniui
rt t .. - ... . , r 4.
Tu vote iiKalnst the proposed Woollcy-Tliurstoii law place a
cross mark In the square opposite the words ".NO" and Us Hawaiian f
equivalent MAOLE." - ,, ., , ,.,, , ?, , ,
THIS IS A YOTK IX .SUl'l'(mTtOFail):KXLSTlsq.JLlQUOH
TltAFfrC COXTIlOli L.V1V, ADJII.MSTKHUU. JL K,VCH .COIIXTV
OF THE TEHIHTOItV 11V A HOAItD OF FIVK. C03IMISSI0NEII.S,
AITOIXTED BY THE (IOVEUXOU OF H.lWAH. '
What man over gained renown for
capacity for self-govcrnmont who de
liberately voted IiIb country Into a
labor crisis? That's what the Pro
hlbltlonlsta want the Hawallans to trouues..ond,nufiar Iepxesslou ,on tho
do. Territory (of llawll
Today's droiCln, the price pf,raw
sugar, s ,'ccountcd for by tbo labor
troubles, the. American Sugar Hefln
lng,,(.'onipuny is enjoying.,, Voto for
I Prohibition, and you will saddle labor
Real Estate for Sale
Modern story and a haUVhonse
in .good locality ,.ai.v$3000
A home in Kaimuki;,, cm t,car
line. Large lot, with remod
eled house in excellent conr
dition. This property, can bo. j"
bouRht on easy instalments.
Price ..(-(Md 4750
25 acres of land, improved, in
Palolo Valley. Bargain price
for quick sale, h ST ' .
FOR LEASE. ,
1 . , , Residence of C. L, Wight, Puiwa,
' '" Nuuanu Valley, furnished, for one
.year. ' ,,
Furnished, Possession My 1, 1010
Ananuni St. (2 bedrooms) $35
Kinau St, (4 bedrooms)...,... 45
CavIio oor gracod a funeral and do
The First GMncc
In this Territory to cast , a clcan
sensible vote on the saloon nuis-
The Last Chance
of the saloon to work its deadly
, injury to our community may be
arranged for July 26.
Vote for Prohibition
Seven acres. House with
large living room, two bed
rooms, garage, servants' quar
All modern conveniences.
Frontage on upper Manoa
Terms Can Be Arranged
Bishop Trust Co., Ltd.
On Sunday mornings the office is
The back-tolhe-farm movement Is
very popular n.uong thoso who don't
Intend lo go. Washington Post.
Wo missed seeing Hamilton, but we
havo seen a house fly. Uoston Tran
FLYINO FISH IDEA
IN THIS AIRSHIP
England's War Department .Interest
ed In Invention of German Car
penter Honors for Swender
LONDON, Juno 10. The Kngllsh
Wnr Department, which Is very
much aware of tho fact that Ger
many's rapidly Increasing aerial fleet
Is a danger to England, Is greatly
Interested In n novel Hying machine,
on the lines of a flying fish,
which haB been Invented by Alfred
nrohmann, n carpenter In this city.
,Mr. O rob mn nil, who Is of Herman
extraction, has given the subject of
aerial (light serious Btudy, and the
directors of the Star mills havo pro
vided him with every facility for
Tho "flying fish" possesses planes
24 feet In diameter, and on the
frame embodies 3C squaro feet of
fabric. Ily an Ingenious contrivance
tho wings clobc In the sanio manner
as a blrd'K, and the whole machlno
can bo wheeled through an aperture
costs but a very little more
than what you used to pay
for plated ware, but it will
last a lifetime, '
Oip stock -of Silverware is
large and varied.
Get our prices for compari-
H. F. Wirjiman
& (ft. WfJ.,
3 feet 6 Inches wide.
Mr Qrohmann nrgucs that If the
rigid wings of a fish canicatCh tho,
ar currents so ns.to enable flight,
so can similar wings assisted .by
power. Tho machine .weighs only
1Q0 pounds, nnd the wholo Is mount
ed on a jady's blcyclo for tho pur
pose of experiments. Wlicn the ex
periments are successful with a dif
ferent propulsion, Orohmann Is .per
fectly confident of being able to soar
The machine Is of Imposing build
and resembles n prehistoric bird pro
paring for a flight. Qrohmann Is
being assisted In his experiments, by
J his follow workmen, but so far the
heavy winds havo been, against him.
ITCH RELIEVED AT ONCE.
That terrlbto Itch disappears nlth
the KIHBT DROPS of D. D. D. Pres
cription. It klUs all- skin disease
germs Instantly a soothing, healing
lotion used externally only. .Honolulu
Drug Co., Fort street. ,
And Just then the manager pulled
him In with tho hook and saved his
- , r
Prohibition Does Not Mean
IT MEANS STAGNATION
The question of prohibition and of real
temperance questions very far apart have
been important since the beginning of civili-
'zation, and they are especially important now.
f If prohibition meant real temperance every
sane man. would advocate prohibition instantjy.
Unfortunately, prohibition does not mean, temper
ance. It means the control of a majority of the
citizens by a minority.
t It means, as has been proved all over the
Union, that drinks easily concealed will be univer
sally substituted for harmless light drinks, such as
beer and wine.
. In the States where prohibition has been en
forced drunkenness has increased.
In the United States army, where hypocritical
and irisincerle Congressmen abolished the canteen
and ' established army prohibition, drunkenness has
increased 500 per cent, and desertions have in
creased greatly. , ,;:
- Legislators and editors should nb'te that with
the abolition of the canteen the hospital average of
the American army is higher than that of any army
ih the world. ,
A community, village, city or state that estab
lishes prohibition tries an experiment, that has
failed over and over, and proved itself over and
over a failure and harmful.
t'ilares thnuthV'n8ifliiPjrUirJhofrnnchIe. and anything elso that
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