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KVKN'tNO nULLRTIN, HONOLULU,. T. II.! "MONDAY, JULY IS, 1910.
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MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PBXSI.
ace R. F'nrrlnttton,
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Entered it th rontoflice at Honolulu
a. second-class tattler.
...... JULY 18, 191Q
i "jay pcrsoniy 'experience in many
places is that not.only does Prohibi
tion not prohibit tout that its ef
fects are (n innnywiyrs bad on so
1'rohlUltlMV- 'or Hawaii? Aolc
i Prohibition la the question before
the people!; not tlio factional troubles
of tlio Itdpuhllcnn part)
' Dlsgusti-d with Delegate Kuhlo's
refusal to stand for Woollo) Ism, the
I'rotilbltlotilBtM now trj to put
words Into his mouth through the
mod hi in of one of their wandering
roprosentathes, who also doesn't be
lleo In tho personal application of
I'artlzan politics hae their place.
but It Is not In the midst of i
Prohibition campaign. Woollej Ism
must ho attended to before the jww
pin get down to deciding who ijhnU
rcprepeut them In local government
Woollelsm Is an nssmlt on the prlv-
'HogeB of solf-goernment, nnd'VVnol-
leylsm must go -
Mr Schwcrln'B assurance that the
Pacific Mali will hao those inolister
liners read) In three )ears, renews
the hope that the American flag
. (will continue to lie borne by modern
rnBuiipB tuuitii,, lu uui niuy i .......
three icarB congress siimnii wane
ftip and retognlzo that nn American
merchant marine Ib worth creating
When businessmen, wo'rMngmen
Jand clcrg)inen unite In declaring
t '.... nl.n. 1. 1.... I. . ......., I In
lllllll JTIMIUJIIIUII IB llUi nuuit'U iu
Jlawnli, )ou can depend upon It that
tho people who want Prohibition are
mighty few and far between. Wool-
Jo's only hope Is that the anti-Pro
hlbttlanlsts will bo so Biirc of tjie.
result that they will not take tho.
troiiulo to ote See that )ou cast
r,jour ballot against Wool Icy and tho
'WoollejIteB Vote No.
over his own signature that tho time
for passing laws and working out
problems on racial lines has passed
The position In which the Prohibi
tion organ tries to put tho Delegate
Is like that of tho ninn who was ready
to sacrifice all his wlfe'B relatives In
the cause of war, but ns for himself,
why, that of course was different.
Prohibitionists and Woolleyltcs nrc
mighty hard up for material with
which to fool the people when they
hau to resort to such silly misrepre
sentations ns that offered In connec
tion with Kuhlo In this morning's is
sue of their organ.
DON'T MIX THE ISSUES.
Prohibitionists are showing
marked desire to tnlk politics, no
thing In fact but the question of the
liourf , -
l'lplflbltlon's IcKhl organellas be
come suddenly Interested In the fnc
tlonul differences of the Itepublicnn
party,, as ,tlie time for the voting on
All of which shows that the Prolil
blUgnjst8.hae wit enough to, realize
thai alley hioo a losing c,ause, but
their only ray of hope Is tho posslbll-
Buy a Home Now
$2500 will buy a new modern '
bungalow, on King street car line,'
within ten minutes of the Postof
Ace; The lot is large and contains'
many large fruit-bearing trees and",
Trent Trust Go., Ltd.
Seven acres. House with
large ;liying room, two bed
rooms, garage, servants' quar
AU modern conveniences.
Frontage on upper Manoa'
Terms Can Be Arranged
Bishop Trust Co., Ltd:
hlbltlon, of the Woollcy-Thurston
brand, with which Woollcy by hLi sec
ret mission succeeded In threatening
Keep jour attention on tho inaln Is
sue of keeping this Territory In lino
with tho principles of go eminent of,
by and for the jicople, ns' against the
Woollcy scheme of special prP. lieges
and special prohibitions gained
through secret games carried on at
the nntlonnl capital.
Let thojmlltlcs of partisanship tako
care of tliemschcs for the next few
The Saloon robs your
sons of their ftianhood
and your daughters of
days nnd bring nil your forces to bear
to overthrow the common enemy, tho
Prohibition Hjpocrlsy. I
And finally, don't forget to mark
your ballot opposite Aole, No.
FOR SAILING RACE
The fine mllo mounted cnlab'fiBh to
be presented by ex-Commodore C W
Mncfarlanc to the South Const Yacht
Club of San Pedro, for competition,
Is on exhibition at Weeden'n Bazaar, ' rrTT---rr-;l-5-j-jr - . vtT:T:T?
Vote for Prohibition,
lelrbniy ray of hope Is tho posslbll- n0 Fort street. It Is a beautiful K
y of befogging tho Issue at the last specimen of the notlo wood, showing I
i.omcnt oy jugging in factional lights exquisite grnln mid marking under
WARPING JUIIIO'S TALK.
Dolcg.ite Kuhlo did well to present
fhis lows on the Prohibition question
jin n letter to ex-Senator John Iano.
Otherwise ho would bo the victim of
Touch ridiculous mlsreprcscntutlpn as
Enppenrs (u tho morning Prohibition
Borgan In ho form of on alleged Intcr
Evlew bot'ecn tho Delegate nnd M
H Tho mqrning organ says that Hen-
,shall say that tho Dolcgato told him
Uthat "ho lellccs In It not personally
-but forttho good of his rnco." AIbo
)wo arc Informed from the same round-
jnbont sofirce that "Cupid still talks
M ii uusgwore uu iiiui inu iuuuuub
forgan trlva to tnako It, thero woum
still be 14 tho third hand tnlk all that
.Is typical of Prolilhitlon If Prohlbl-
itton hnslovor (lone ono thing mora
man nnorucr.UWifc-.lD snow iu ream-
uines8 to -iirciicii. a great deal and fall
EJBO completely uciuw im uwu luvuin ua
Jto mako Prohibition u synonym for
i According to this third hand story
S' -f IliA llnl.nnl-'o lil.nn Itn uniltll lllrn
ery much to reform his raco but not
Ihimscir Delegato Kuhlo has said
of tho Ilepubllcan purty Thcso fnc-
ilonnl contests can luno nothing to
do wltli the matter to tie decided by
the plebiscite, but Vrohlbltlonlsts ev
idently hopo to distract the toters'
and reduce the public interest in tho
Prohibition has nlwnj-H found it nee-,
essary to resort to subterfuges and
misrepresentations, und the boast has
been made that tiro 'most of Its
VnTrta": will 1p "sived Mill the last
weekrofthe campaign. Open declara
tion has bcop made of tho dependence
jiluced on ihe jicrJured vote.
:JVo douitthoVeycf thnt Intelligent
otors will be misled In the next ten
Defeat of Prohibition, to uphold the
present license law Is the matter bo
lore the people.
Candidates for Mayor, and differ
ences among tho members of the pre
cinct clubs, can nil wait until next
week, when the Prohibition Issuo will
The Republican party will o and
grow fat if tho people whoso tro has
bocn stirred by the squabbles In tho
precinct clubs will bottlo up their
troubles for a few days and give their
undivided attention to tho more 1m
portant duty of casting their otes
against tho proposal to snddo tljts
Territory with a Prohibition that win
not prohibit, but will bring to tho
business enterprises a labor crisis and
start a political revolution among tho
electorate Furthermore If xheso fa,C'
tlonallsU and candidates tako a few
da) s to cool off .after the little scrim
mages they have, indulged in among
theniBohes, they may And that tho po
litical situation Is not so bad ns It
seems and order can bo brought out
of their little chaos without breaking
any bones or seriously dislocating any
legUlmate, political. Joints . .
Stick to the text. Vote down Pro-
the transparent polish, Is n good size
and very symmetrical In shape.
On tbc front is mounted tho Hawaii
an cou of arms In enamel, with the
Coast Yacht Club flag nnd colors on
either side, while on the back Is a
suitable silver shield for engraving
the nnmes of the donor and the suc
Ab a prize tp be competed for, going
from Hawaii, this seems fur more ap
propriate than tho ordinary conven
tional silver cup, und Mr Mncfarlnno
is to bo congratulated on his happy
selection and tho winner will linvo n
souvenir worthy of tho donor nnd tho
CASTOR I A
For Infants nnd Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
: Vote Against Prohibition l
t i" r -
$; ft;, f :. .;.'-:. .
When ydu rcfclio, j'onr ballot at llsc polling place. n Jul) 2G
thenar of the plebiscite fn determine wlnllicr Hawaii Ii to continue
! under the best liquor lair In the United M. e- ,. aflllrled with u
' Woollej. made Prohibition sliiluli (lie vi iij. jrni will nppcur
with two blank ipiirv.
To Mole agiilnM the prupaoiil
9- cross mnrk In (he square ipnylte I'
ciiilnil(iit "AOI.K," iih rrirmn(id I.
I'ro'ilii on law place u
"Is M iiiiU lis Iftiniilluti
CAMIMION 111 this city
July 17. to tho wlfo of J. O.
Cameron, a daughter.
mis is urn: i Ki'iTiiitr ok 'nn: i:ikii.mi i.kjikh!
TUAFKIC (UVrilOI. liVW, AI)JIIMSTi:i!i;i) I.N KACH COII.NTV
OF TIIK TKKHITOHV llV A II0.V11D OF FIVK 1'OMMISSIOM.IIS,
APPOIM'KD JHY'vTIli: OOVKItMIU OF HAWAII.
U ! ' !
AGAIN ON PROHIBITION
From the Hawaii Shlnpo 0
p hiur piprrssnl In this mrles of arllrlrs lmbllshrd In Ihu lingllsli
7 column of the hlilnpo the opinion of our Jupuucso public ou the (lending
vqiiiHtloir (o ho drrlilcil nt the plihlscltc or July L'lilli, jind wo believe that our
:rlnwu ,!,, flu. itiii.ultini uu mliiiiieed frnm llin .InniineNh tlf.viwilii( Inn,, nltrnpt.
ed the nltentloii of ninny thinking people who lime the true Intereils of the
Blhlands ill heart.
'iinurous prohllilllon nrtlrles hate been Irnnttluled Into the JiipiUH'se
.Inniruage nnd nubllnhrd III the .Shlnpo, notwithstanding the Publication of
f ft -. i I .Mhl.lf.fll. ..bllAlitu ! Jl.li ju.1 nf.iti llt tj tkj Jink I,. II... .A 4l...i l.ll..
.VUUll-pruitlilllluii iiiurir't in linn luiuiuii. .11,9 o uuv iu mr mci null Willie
Wflnv liro irjliig 10 preHViu uie .jupaiii'se meai uu nun pariicuiiir ijiiesiiou lur
U'die belter iipprrrlullnn of our Atncrlian friends nod (ho cltlzeiik, wo lire ulmi
'trying In interpret for (ho bcuctlt of the JiipiinehC, some of the opinions pub.
P'lHhcd lu I.'iib'Ush papers for prohllilllon, so that each of the Important de
ment? In this cosmopolitan roinmuully inuj mqiialut Itself with the opinion
Mprowilllni; mining; tlio oilier.
In imviorili uinnro tr)liiK to be uu, Impartial Inlerpri lir of dli'iVrcul
tliongbts, nnJMOi'be n tnrdliim -through vvUIch an unmlgnni'illon of dllfcrcnt
i Ideas In this rosnect limy ho reached Hie difference being Milr' In the niethml
J'nnil degree of restriction, but not lii principle.
(Continued on Pace G)
On Sunday mornings the office is
open from'eight to ten.
The only available Beach Prop
erty on" the car line.
We have for sale at Waikiki 400v.
feet of Beach Property, a portion
well improved with a "large and com"-'
Wc are authorized to offer this
property as a whole or in fifty to 'a
hundred-foot strips to suit the pur'
Particulars and terms at our of
costs but a very little moro
than what you used to pay
for plated ware,. but it will
last a lifetime.
Our stock of Silverware is
large and varied.
Oct our prices for comparison.
Fort and Merchant Streets
It F. Wichman
& Co.. Ltd.,
, LEADINO JEWELERS
.McCall Pattern. No.. 3517-3465
Charming Summer Costume
McCall Pattern. No.. 35013392
A Smart Model
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For August - Now Ready
MAY TIE UP RAILWAY SYSTEM.
I'IIILAI)i:i.VHIA Jul) U - Tha
I'enns)lnnta Itnllioad Cnmpnii) Is
facing one of the biggest striken lu
Its histor) At a lonfeiemo (odny
of reprebontatles nt ihu tralnfnon's
unions and the olllclals of the rail
loadtheie was a failure, of all of
fiulH of tho t'inpln)(3 to ulilnlii con
coBlnna from tho compiii)
following the announcement that
110 ngrooment iriuld ho reached, tho
trainmen in n geucrut meeting vot
ed oreruhelmingly to Btrike,
Negotiations for a settlement of
the dlffeieuces have been In progress
(or Boveral da) if.
If tho'ordcr Ib carrlod out, fifteen
thoustnd ipen will quit work and
lwne tho rolling stock of tho I'cnn-
B)lnnla Hies unmanned!
Tho rruson git en for thn demnnil
foi lilghcr wages In that tho cot.t or
llvlni? han niH'nnpiiil tnnrn rnnl.llv.
'during tho pnst. fow iiionths than
lme the wages of tho worklngmon.