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IVEiMO BUU.ETIK, HONOLULU, T. H., Tt'ESbAY, JULY 19, 1910.
V ' t ", l"1'Jl''
fAIIT'nd WEEKLY lMHthTWrt-LETnt-5TOlISHma'C0.','lTD.
fAt 120 King Street, Honolulu, Territory of Hr-.waii.
; DUy every day except Safldaf ft Wteldy itiaed on Tuesday of each week.
r rJffiMBEH'OF THE ASSOCIATED PBESI.
?Ti. ir. i - , ri
Wnllnce R. F'nrrlnjjton,
SDBSeajPTION- BATES JAYABLE IH liflVAHCI.
r Month, nj-wbrjln U.3 ' .711
PrrQn.itrr, .nflff'l1US'. 3.oo
Fn Yrtr, nTfM9iU.s,r.. H.ou
Per Vmi, pcMipiuI, foreign 12, oo
rrrSliMoaUu.. J........,..'.. .Ho
Frr VfiriuntbtietaU'S.i.-.. I,aa
P.r Yi.vivlr -ht?fcittla .M
grjl Per Vm, imipihl, Ionian IJ.uu II Pf Vf (MlptUl.lsififa 3,cw
g. f 0"1'.'' ' ! '.r . i' -' - ,.
F L CIRCULATION XABOEST OF ANY NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED
taftrcd at tbt Foitoffict at MorJolalo
u tccoad-clais rattier.
.JULY 19. 1910
"Prohibition would lead to espion
age of the worst kind.
"People here would Ret sick of
the (Piohibition) law, ns they have
done nearly everywhere after a short
"Conditions' 'have certainly im
proved in the past year and a lialf
nil over jhe Islands, and the excel,
lent law we have can be j.iade to
remedy evils still existing."
' "I am therefore, by honest con
viction, for the law as it stands and
a vigorous enforcement of its provi
sions." Bisho Kcstarick.
,; Prohibition lias never eliminated
4 1... H.lonll ft I. . .1A(a1. fill.. I .mil
..llll' p.iiiiuu. Ji iitin in.n-i; 111., If,, I I
- To vole for I'rolilliltlmi Ih lo place
b (the stamp of npprmal on W'oollej's
fcicampali?n of Ulllllentloti nnd falsp-
, Vol i' ns frep Aniprlr.in elllzens
who IipIIpvp In iiplinlilliiK personal
liberty anil itpiiIIiik lawn that Hip
people respect. Votp No. ,
A. A. Yoiiiik Mi) Hint Prohibition
will lie ruinous In lloiioliilu. Anil
Mr. Ymint? Ih :i nrettv cood cltixPll.
despite Hip fact' "that Wool ley "I sail J
'"aRalimt ub nrc only the euerrtllns oi
.evil anil timidity."
WIipii (iovernor Krcnr says he '
j-peets lo,viite for Prohibition on July
l!6. It Istuutithcr way lit announcing
nil expectation to iiFsltl In lirlnKliiR
nlmtit n Jalior i rlsls In Hip (treat In-
biliiBtrl.il I'lilerprlM'H of Iho Terrllnrj
rirst ni.il.o up your minil to ro o
the polls. Hawaii's greatest danger'
la Hint the enemies of VToolloy's as.
vault upon the self-covernlns capac
ity of Hawaii's citizens, will feel
over-confident anil not take the
tronlile to vote, (let out anil le
K Dr. Ilrlnckcrhoff Is puMlihln nr.
"I tlclea that are excellent admonition
,to strict total abstinence In all mat-
, ters connecteil with Intoxicating Hn
'vitors. Let us hope that the great
jhihyslchin pracllses what he preaehpa,
fnnil In not like the Vharlnees of Ha-
ft Committee of One Humlreil.
!',' Prohibitionists boast of "fourhun-
lilreil" persons nskeinbled ut Aala
Sl'nrk tn listen to lletkley's speech on
tCtOVernment by Commission. ' With
(this ns sample, It Is at once ap
Tiarent that Prohibition must mar-
ishal four thousanil of those bemsted
mcrJury oters In order to saddle
Hawaii with Woolleylsm.
WJ Hawaii's iirpsent llccnso law has
been uruiln.iliy noveio pen iroin hip
pxpprleneo of people, ami it Is eon
crally bitpportPd by pulilli: opinion.
One might doubt Hawaii's rapacity
for brlf-Kovcrnniuiit If the people
, voted to overthrow an cffpctlvo nnd
NgailKfartory law because woolley.
dangled before them an attractive
Lilian if iu i rjiv.imtit.
CLOSING DRAM SHOPS BY
raukK I'xplalni'il that they n lined al
. ' h..,I.Ihi. .iii.mu. IIiiii llm ,il,,i.fn, nt Hi,.
b. iiuiii,,) mi,, ii' i,i,m 1,1,1 it-iuih .'I i..i
"Thoy did not propose to deprive
i sober citizens of .mature uge of the
right to regulao their diet.
"The nMi'in'jiTwiiM'H'r to male unil
( enforce n stiitulury rule broad enuiigli
f llo enter the ruse of Hie drunkard, it nil
cyet iilli'" forj'ini'-nccesinry rxcep-
AUih, Iniiiliiil kui'li Inoonililenry n
fio rriiiler'lhe.Yiii'e pVurtlcally of llllli
ffffert." ., '
of De Moines, mom profitable than
bnnhlne. .Vvjef f'V .cloak, .of, p,re
tPtiilpd medical necpsslfy nnd In
many cases even this tlltnsy stibter
luge wn lacking lliiuor rontlnitPd to
be bought nnd sold at n beverage,
pvpii where thorp wpre no saloons.
'Thi sanellly of, private llfp was
violated, Witnesses pyrjured them
bpUph upon tliP stand, .lurlps rpfuspd
to render n verdict of guilty, I'vrti
Wherii the Ipntlinony was ample and
uneontrtidlclcil. If I ho cusp wns tak
en before the flrand Jury, It was often
IiiiiossIIi1p to Bpcure an Inillcttnent.
"W'lillo tho statutes wen- constantly
iiugitienllng In severity, Ihn public
oilnlou, which alone rould give them
validity wan crystallizing In opposition
to tho enforcement. The hopular re-
spell furMan raplillj declined liefurp
the Micrliirle iif'tlie Intnoleriip of Hie
(roicriinirnf lu'Jciluiprl (ibeiHpnre (
li W t " tff. M M, '
ThcVP'hro pxtriictrf frorrt tllf'ron
'cliMlons rraclipil regarding Iho prac
tlcul elfect of Prohlbllliin in the Slulp
of Iowa, conclusions that bear the en
doysenfent tif such men ns llliarles V
Ellot,Presldent of Harvard Hnlvcrslly,
nnd Seth Ixiw, members of tho "Com
.nlllee of Fifty" to investigate the
;ltl'or problem, ";
These men of national standing tell
.8 that in Iowa whero Prohibition
roiight violation of the Hunctity of
private life, iierjurcd testimony In the
courts and rapid decline of popular
respect for tho law, "tho moderate1
men Who voted, for Prohibition alined
at "nothing more than the closing of
tho-dram, shops." '
- in other words thpso men listened
lo Jiistjihch ilrjjuii'ientf, such iiilslpaii
IbgibiTtmentii tilt-aret being made by
the. Prohlbltliinlsts Ih the local cam
paign; jWteirthey,,Bn)r that to Vol for
Prohibition in to vote against the
And with what resuUT
Tho liquor traffic turned from tho
licensed saloon that could be regulat'
ed and :ctin trolled, lo the drug stores!
mar am a growing and prdlltublo Uus
jness In sealing' liquor to men who,
lu'mler'tUe license system, would jioi
hnvo.drtlnk nt tho piibllc 'bat'.'"' Thu
result was' exactly the reverse of their
expectations. ' '
This, then, Is' what tho local Pro
rtlbltiortlsta' ore planning t6 do 'for tho
Hawaiian Islands. This Is thu end to
ward which thoi man 'who 'votes for
Prohibition 'on tne"26th Is u'rglng the
'fcr'rltbry of'liawnll. Influenced by
tr-e falVe cry that n'votb against Pro
lilblllori Is n ballot for tho saloon,
So w'lll cast his Vote '"transfer the
business to tho Illicit sales of tho drug
sloio and the blind pig. That Is" iho
''Vx'peWmenl" whlcli ho n'luis tb foist
upon Hawaii In Tespons'a to the spec
ious plea (hut be must consider thu
fulllngs and Hut weaknesses of his
fellowmiiti. His "experiment" means
bringfng Into' tho life of tljlii coniniun
tty the worst - L'vIIn. nnd -tho greatest
dangers' that 'ran threaten d repiibllc
disrespect and contempt for 'tho'Ww-
WliJ. fto saving graco to, protect his
fellow man from tho dangers that be
set his path, ""
1 Prohibition 'has been worse 'than a
failure. It wuuM'llo n crime to thrust
Wooll'eylsui tiKin Hawaii, nnd the peo
Plo will not flo It. They 'will' vote
".No." This will bo tho answer of
eVery man vho 1el loved In honest
iiuintiood as t'i- (oinerstono of lion-
eU government, uud honest Ideals tn
rrivpte and nubile life.
.Buy a Home Now.
$2500 will buy a new modern
bunpilow,' oni.King street ear line,
within ten niihutea of the Po'jt'of
,' fie?. ;T l&t !is large and"' contalks
many large fruit-bearing trees aVid
Trent Trust Co., Ltd.
Seven ocres, llottse with
large living room, ,two bed
room!, garage, servant!' quar
All 'jiibtTern 'conveniences.
Frontage on tipper Manoa
Terms Can Be Arranged
Bishop Trust Co., Ltd.
ton rll not only with the pm'plo of ttiH
Territory of Hawaii ngulnst Woolley'H
Prohibition but also In linn with (ho
progressive praMlcnl mpn nf ihp t'nlt
ed States; Iip still baa u chance to
vote Willi lhe men who IipIIpvp In snii-
portlng good laws that have, gjvHi
good practical result's, ns opposed ti
declared "cxpcrlmentR" with nothing
to recommend them beyond the ad
mission of their supporters that tho
proposed law win not accomplish ihn
purpose for which Iho experiment' Ih
A volp for Prohibition Is u vote to
substitute. Hypocrisy for n good law.
1,1 FLOATED AND
money nnd will see thai It Is ex'
pended to deliver the best results for
It has been decided that the well
boring operations shall be put In the
hands of the people who have dono
tho expert and successful vork for
the oil enterprises In which Captain
Matwiu nnd Ills associates are Inter
ested. Iti other words, tho company
will take advantage of tho experi
ence of the most rupablo oil w'ell
drillers In California, and thoy
should huve results In u compara
tively short lime.
While this part of the enterprise
Is being anled on In tho Held, the
affairs of -the company, In connection
with the remaining subscriptions tn
be paid In, will bo taken care of by
Harry Annltagc, the broker.
According to the estimates thai
were made on this propctty when Mr.
Payne first started Its promotion nnd
the solicitation of subscriptions, the
patented land that tho company owns
was worth three times the price nt
which It wns turned In, and the es
timates havo not been reduced by
later developments In tho nil Held
where this company's property Is 'Il
Real estate belonging to tho
Itlnger children was sold under order
of tho court on Saturday for 210,
and today the sale, was approved.
"Tho Statu Imagined that It could
Iwatch and control tho pharmacist.
Illut It soon appeurcd that tho drug
More wns riN harder lo rcgululc
Itlmu the s.ilnoii,' nil il Hint men Mould
YilrfnL nf tin. .Iriip ftfnrn it lift lTrttilil
Rfcfnnt.' pi.ilcr n license; sjslem, ' hnu
GOVERNOR f REAR'S LAI EST,
Govcrnor.Frcar says that tho pres
ent liquor law Is a good luw.
uovcrnor rrcar says mat ho "ox
pects" to oto for Prohibition on July'
Governor Krcar evidently la ono of
those men who nllowB his better Judg
ment to bo stampeded by an expecta
tion. And since he has left a .loopholo by
"which he may vote against Prohibi
tion and thus uphold tho.good law and
still tell tho truth, there Is ulso a
pHE claim of saloon
m keepers to freedom in
their traffic is the claim to
spread disease, sin, pauper
Vote for Prohibition
"b $ F. Z- '''
I Vote Against Prohibition
! , : .
A. I -
When you rrrelre. your li.illot nt the pulling place on July 2(1
the'day oMhe plebiscite to Uelermlno nhrthir Hawaii U o conllnup
under the best llipior Inn In Hip United .Sc Iip nfillrtnl ullh n
Wooilfr.made Pruhllilllon slii'luli (he. ivl'"', f "" will ilppenr
iilili.lmi blank spares.
1'n ww nualiisl-.llip tiropnool I'mlilli.
rru'os mark In the Mtiiarc npiiiixlie I ic inl.
I'liuhiiltnt .OLt:,,' as rriin-M'iitt-d, !-i
il (.nt pi. lie ii
(I" mid lis lliivtiill.iii
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THIS IS A VOTK IX HUl'l'OItT OK TIIK IIXISTIXO LIQUOK
Tlt'AKPK! COXTIMIIj LAW, AIOIIM.STK1IKI) IX HACK CdirXTY
OK TIIM TKIIKITOUY 11V A nOAHI OK jm'12 COMJIIHSIOXKU.S,
AITOI.MKII III" TJIK GOVEllXOIl OK I.WAH.
.;.. 4- !!! .!:
On Epndav mornings -theiofflce is
open from, eight to tenU 8S Jt.
The only available Beach Prop
erty on the car line.
We have for. sale.at .Waikikl 400
feet of Beachi Property, a .portion
well improved with a large and com
We are authorized "to offer -this
property as a whole or in fifty to a
hundred-foot strips to suit the pur
chasers. l' " r- ;"f V,
Particulars and terms at our of
fdrnnVnt u imlillc liar. , Tho business
koC Belling drugs' became, In the City possibility hat the Governor may bo
costs; jbut n very little more
than what you used to pay
for plated vare, but it will
last a Jifetivne',
Our stock uf Silverware is
large and varied'.
Oct our pru.'cs foy compari
son. ' ' "
Fort and Mercntnt 'StrteU (Ji
H. F. Wichman
I Co:. Ltd.,
LEADINQ JEWELERS "v
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I ' easily made by t'kfKt
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Charnitne Summer Cottuuio
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McCall Pattern! No. 35013392
A Smart Model r
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Just a Touch
l. here and there ,..
fc marks the differ-
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being "well A
dressed" and .
fxZ&i combine tmttS1
h Simplicity. m
For August Now Ready
Honolulu Institute for Physiotherapy
nnnnru' nrnrTAIJTA AWn TJimrATtTI5 RTnT.r.TR
Open From 8 A. M. to 7 P. M., Except Sunday
All kinds of Electrio Light Baths (blue, red, white and violet),
Steam Baths; Turkish, Russian, Pine Needle, Hauheim. Carbonio Acid
and Oxygen, or Medical Baths; Massage, X-Rays and High Frequency,
Special attendant for ladies, ''