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tDAYif i...:JULY 15, 1910
It wits stated tome time ago in
Advertiser, in a sicned letter by
Thurston, that this was not a
stion of the right or wrong of
ir intoxicating drinks, nor the
of them, but a question of sa
is or no saloons. Now the plat
n puts it clearly that the inten
i is to prevent individuals in
ir homes oranywhere else from
iking wines and beer and so on
leverages, and to accomplish this
a Federal law prohibiting impor
If .the question were the closing
saloons, it could be done under
excellent law under which we
now workine. This has been
wn. we are told, on Kauai.'
inhibition for Hawaii? Vote
:vcry 'employer of citizen labor
lid rIvo Ills men an opportunity
voto on July 26. If possible,
.0 It n holiday.
urn out to your precinct meet
nnl voto against bona rule. Then
:o tho polls on'July 26 and voto
j-No on tho blight of Prohlbl-
ntisylvnnla's strike will merely
ip ono section or me country
and roata, lint only one paid, the oth
era ftolnp to'Jiill'ln default. The fifth
man was released, sentence being sua.
"One man went to Jail yesterday.
sent from 'the local municipal court
for drunkennesa. lie failed to pay a
This Is a pretty lively procession of
drunks for the University City of tho
Prohibition Stato of Maine.
Hut It appears that Wntervlllc is
not the only city In Malno wbcro they
deal out whiskey that will paralyze
at forty rods. Another Item In the
same paper gives an account of a
drunken orgy near tho city of Port
land, Maine, nnd Indeed near tho homo
of Mrs. U M. N. Stevens, the nctlvo
leader of tho Prohibition 'movement?
TOUTLAM). Mri- -June 'IB. An
hntopsy win 'performed today' tli the
hedj ofJIYalter V. Jt'aWeOmb', 1he
hostler, .who win one of 'the? tctln of
the trageflr At' 'the "Hlekronl".IWt)i'y
"(able at '(Jorhmii; Knfardnr 'uiomliic.
.llanscowli na:found dW.vllth u 'bill-
let TFOiind through hli breaat In n
stable room nnd beside him seriously
wounded, wns Mrs. Jfay Stewart, a
woman mlth whom Jia bad been 'Inti
mate for some 'time. There had been
it suspicion that a third party mhtlit
imo been concerned In the shooting
a labor crisis In HawuH'.brouBhtLiCif Urnnkcn orgy prevailed nlnout the
invorauio ine lur uic
it by a
dlc'y-Thurston Prohibition will
te nt'.the prosperity of nil Ha-
f - ' ,'V
flail rtuTlnsuUsSvfffrtrc'd tYie
lie ofi'llawnll, none Is more
sen W1 wfcloua than that of
illoy when he snys-that the "roal
tlonat Issuo on July 26 Is tin
's capacity forfseir-governmeni.
re might be some question, of the
ty of-ilawnll'a voters should they
a majority for tho campaign pi
It and. Intolerance otherwise
AINE PROHIBITION AND ITS
tr loea Prohibitionists are saying
,n gopd deal about violations "of
luw wnicn tncy ciaim to do b re.
of Intoxicating llqtidrs Hold tindor
premtfi vory clllclent liquor lie
klawt tne Territory.
telr dlai'm Is that a vote for Pro
Jon la a vote to wpe out these
itlona of the law and. everyone
live m law-abiding lite ever after,
iw, let, us tnKe a practical view
lets. , Let us take the exact situ
i asTt'.ls found In Prohibition
10, one of thoso States that la held
is' a sample of whnt the prohlbl
'of Ifullquor trnfllc by law will
to 'rejpnt mall brougbt'lo -town
)b riffuiilully paper oMne''cIty of
irvllcy Maine, and In looking over
local news of one .lssuo the ful
SHcm Is notedl '"' '
leht'-mch mere before the Tltti
f-niiiuWIpul' ourt 'on1' chargei of
kemfaftt. Alt were nllOwed to po
imjlng tines and costs
ttsflejd; Maine, la a prosperous
.of the'. Prohibition State. It has
t tw6 thousand Inhabitants. Eight
kaln one day1 before the'iminlc
eburt'of 'tha't town' Is a fur'hleh
veragd .for drunkenneBr than the
tt HpiiblulU or any town In Ihls
itoryjvcr bad recorded acalnst
atilujone of the' practical reaulls
JI'Bf 'thp, xamo nowapaper wo'ilnd
'for Hho three consecutive' days
n tlitfjpoplea of the puperover,
ks iTOupled tii "time of tue po
io'urt'of that city. It Htiould be
labored, that Wntervllle 'Is
tip aty of about twejvo thousand
dtl()j'.and the. 'noule .Of .Colby
Bralty, J, Tho items from the,j)oll"ce
f'roeord follow- . ' ,
be' charge upon which Mlllhinl
wn ,'trJcd Saturday 'before ,tbe
rllfaji'rnurt was' for Intoxication
imtqrlmiirr, not iisKiiult mid lm.
ns istfttct preiloiuir.'
I thpvjiiuniclpal court yeitterda)
Dally drunks and murder following
tho drunken -orgy Is the practical rec
ord of Prohibition wherb it his been
tested-for over thirty years.
Is It any wonder that wheh'tho pro
posal Ismndo'to saddlo such a miser
able farce of 'hypocrisy nnd crime 'tip.
on the Territory of Hawaii, tho vol.
Houses For Rent
Kaimuki ;7th Ave. , . , f 6
Beretania St. ....,,-.' .2t
Thnrston Ave. -.'., ..A
Kamehameha IV. Bd .... .4
Matlock Ave. . .- '. . . 2
Xcwers ,Hd i..O
Oliristley lane 2
Kaiinuki-llth Ave. .2
Emma Lane .. 2
KainiukiOth Ave 2
Kaimuki 12th Ave 2
Kftimukl .I' 2
Kam. IV. Rd. . 3
Kaimuki Oth Ave .2
Beretania St. )2
' " 25.00
. " 35.00
Trent Trust Co., Ltd.
HOW TO VOTE
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lVhen you receive jour bullet nt the polling place' on. July 2tt
.the day, of the plebiscite 'to determine whether )IawnliilM4ocntlnue
under the best liquor law In the 'united 'States -oMo nflllcted with u
Wool ley-made statute the toting form will appear us .follows!
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nicn'&ttpcnred on charges of si
"BRAND. rfHITLOCK AND GOOD
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.OJrand Whltlock, Mayor of Toledo.
ino mcr? montion or ills ,nnmo
brings o the thoughts of 'the reading
public a municipal official whose ab
soluter Integrity and broad aympathlcs
-fat tho-people have marked .him hs
bno' of, the menvon .whom tho country
'dependa for tho xeinplincatlon of
many of its highest Ideals.
Consequently anything that Ilrand
Whltlock -produces carries weight as
the utterance of a nun whd thinks
clearly, 'observes accurately and
reaches his conclusions with nn hon
esty that cannot bo successfully as
Not long ago Mayor Whltlock issued
a statement on the "Enforcement of
Lows in Cities.
In this document Mr. Whltlock. mado
tt clear that to his mind ''Men are not
made good 'by legal declaration, or by
bfuclat action; they ure not good be
cause of fear of policemen or of the
pains hnd "tho ponaltles of tho laws.
They tore good' when they follow tho
best and b'tgbeBt Impulses of their
souls; goodness is developed from
within, arid thero Is no other way by
I which anyone Can become eood."
Tho llayor obviously 'agrees with
the BOntiments expressed locally, In
connection with tho campaign to prol
tect Hawaii from (ho blight of Wool
ley -iTonimiuon, oy uuen men as
Bishop 'Ubort und Dlshop Restarlck.
And .he 'has Very positive ideas regard
ing practical 'conditions among work
ing people und' their relation to the
liquor truffle. ,1-
In this connection Mayor Whltlock
"Again, when wo .reflect upon the
Intensity of the 'modern struggle for
existence, the rigorous demands made
Upon (he vital forces of men in tho
economic' conflict, tho long hourB of
toll In close and often lil ventilated
shopti, stores' und .factories, tho uorv.
pus Htraln, the risk and danger In op
erating roachlnea, It will be seen that
'some relaxation irneceusary, and this
fact, more' than-any other, explains
tho search for' amusement, theUheut-
er, tho ball game and nil that. These
thlnga liernmn. a neeesnlty under tho
economic conditions of today.
"The saloon, It Is true, stands upon
somowhat different grounds, yet.
SPECIAL ELECTION JULY 20, 1910.
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TERBIT0RY OF 'HAWAII
Voto by marking n cross (X) trfter tho word
Ycb," or "No" in tho amiare ruled spneo provided
for flint purpose.
Kolio nut kc knhn nun i ko'a, (X), mahop'o o ka
liunolelo "Ac," n i ole, "Aolc," mnloko o kc kuca i
rula in, i hoomnkmtknu ia no in men.
Shall tho legislature to ho elected in November,
nineteen hundred nnd ten, bo requested to pass, nt
its first regular session, it law prohibiting tho'manu
fnchirc or mile within tho Territory of intoxicating,
spirituous, vinous, nnd innlt liquors, except for medi
cinal nnil-frcienttfic purposes?
E koiia itktt unci kn nhnolclo c kohoiu nkit nin ma
Novemnlia, umikuiiiniiiiiiwa huncri mo 'iimi, u hooholo
ma kojm kali niiiti mun ikunnwni o hookupu loa mm
i kn haiiiiia una -nine kc kuniin nna maloko o kofTcri
tore, i mi waioiia, nn wiiionn i )tthiia, i honwanwnin,
n'i hoohuiia, koo wulc ho na hiitm-lnpnifu imie na.hunu
The First Chance
In this Territory to cast "a clean
sensible vote on thcsaioon nuis-
. The Last Chance
of the saloon to vork its deadly
injury to our community ay be
arranged ior Jujy 26.
Vote for Prbnibitiou
plained on 'the ground ot real or fan- to the necessity for stimulation do
tted social necessity, It being the only creed by this snmo Insatiable ma-;
public place where many men may i chine, vjlilch, by exhausting men's
meet freely ns equals and enjoy each bodies In tho mnd greed for profits,
other's society, it Is found to bo due. drives, them io stimulants In an 1m
Heal Estate for Sale
Modern itory and a half home
, in Rood locality ......... ,$3000
'A home in Kaimuki, on tar
line, large lot, with remod
eled house in excellent con
dition. This property can be
nought on easy .instalments.
"" ' thAfr. '.'.'. " ' . ! '. .?.,'..'
' trice ..i
,25 acres of land,' improved, in
Palolo Valley. Bargain price
for quick sale. '
11 "Residence of 0. L Wight, Pulwa,
Nuuanu Valley, furnished, for ono
FORT RENT ,,
Furnished, Possession ;July 1, 1010
Anapiml St. (2 bedrooms) $35
Kinau St. (4 bedrooms) 45'
Seven acres. House with
large living room, two bed
rooms, garage, servants' quarters,-
All modern conveniences. '
Frontage on upper Manoa
Terms Can Re Arranged
Bishop trust flLitd.
Instantaneous Communication ,
On Sundav norntnn tho nlHw (
open from eicht to ten.
do not rote as they are told, for Pro
lilblttdn; Hhat "will -be.'nneVtdeiri'e'ot
their Incapacity .for aelf goternnjent.
Dut "Wool ley ivould probtbly class
Vhltloek a "a guerrilla of evil and
tlmrdltr." v s. , ..
And Whltlock" Tvo'ttliflrbfe Aole, No.
Thujrslon' nay., the saloon Is the
Issue. ,''. i.' ,
Woolley says 'Ihv capacity for
self-government js the r"cal qtlestlon.'
Tho peopie knovt thai 'the whole
thing is a scheme to saddle Hawaii
with the blight of .Prdhlbltton, In
tolerance, labor .troubles, and the
dictatorship of a few scheming fa
natics. Therefore the voters will make
their cross oppoetto Aole-No.
VIEWS ON PROHIBITION i
By leaders of 'thoughi and
action in Hawaii will be
mmr"'.For Salo" cards at.Dulletin...
pillstvo effort toircstoro their wasted
forces and oxt-nUstcd bodies. '
"And beyond .all this, deeper, sad
der, more pathetic far than all this,
.Is the fact that thousands tiy society's
grim machlno nro driven 'to drink' by.
poverty quite as often ns they oro"
driven tojovorty by drink.
"Indeed, I think that Mr. Tom U
Johnson spoke the truth when ho said
'that there are moro people who drink
becauso they arc, mlaornblo than thoro
are pcoplo who are mlserablo because
thoy drink.' "
Brand Whltlock' would not be found
among tho Prohibitionists. Ho would
not bo ono of tho men -who expect
satisfaction with Prohibition from a
people who have been brought up to I
consider certain Intoxicating liquors
as a part ot their regular diet, nor
I would ho refuse, these liquors by an
arbitrary law and at the same time
demand .from 'the laborers the samo
amount' of hard, -body. and norveraok-.4
Ing work In the field and the mills. ,
I I) rand Whltlock, In other words, Is
found among, the fanatical and self-
tolerant and dictatorial, censor of the
acts and convictions' ot other mon,
honest 'and well meaning as 'himself.
Drand Whltlock would not be
foun 'dattong the fanatical and self-
seeking persons of. -Hawaii who toll i
the Hawaiian-Americans that it they
costs hut a very little more
than what yon used to pay
for plated ware, but it will
last a lifetime.
Oar stock of Silverware is
large and varied.
Get our prices for comparison.
& Cb.. Ltd.,
. FORT STREET
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About two hundred families' plant
grape vines and furnish this company
with grapes. Should prohibition pass,
two hundred farmers will be ruined
and forced to go to the plantations for
These people purchased their little
farms and built their homes on them
oh the strength 6f the law exempting'
grape lands from taxation; put all their
' hard earnings into the business to be
now ruined by prohibition.
.,;. a. v. f avAres,
,HufftXtiero.ilj resort toU.an not.hV'g1 -.t
. Fort' ina-jMercutnt -Strteti . ZigHZSZ..,
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