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EVEihita BUIXEtlN, HOOttJLTJ, T. H., TEDEjnAT, JULY 20, I?10.
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JULY 20, 1910
"It is nil very well to say:. 'The
law punishing theft docs not prevent
stealing.' The cases are not analo
gous, To steal is by nil men ac
knowledged to be a criinc against so.
ciety. To drink a glass of beer or
wine is believed to be admissible by
millions: yes, by a vast majority of
the best men and women, and mil
lions of the best Christians in the
world. Prohibition prohibits that
which n majority of men do not be
lieve to be wrong. Thi9 will always
make it difficult of application. This
is shown by the way in which, in the
past sixty years, States have passed
and abolished prohibitory laws. In
1859 when John Stuart Mill wrote
his 'Essay on Liberty,' nearly one.
half of the United States had prohib
itory laws. State after State has tried
'and has rejected such laws. Many of
the Southern States because or the
negro population have recently
adopted prohibitory laws. Already
the siens are that the experiment
will not last long and that other
methods will prevail. Bishop ucs
tarick. Prohibition fur Hawaii? Voto with
' the majority. Aolo No.
Voolleylsm must go. It Is tlio'smni
brand of nRltntlon that brought about
a labor crisis a year ago.
Prohibition lias failed ovcrywhero
It luifl' been tried. No senslMo man
wants 'to anihllo a fnlluro on lluwiill.
Kauai lias proved that n Profilhl
lotion law Is not required to close
tsainons, and ilius given me ne -in
the principal claim of Ilia I'm li lb I
L tlnn cry In Honolulu.
There's nothing unusual about Pro.
I.hlblttonlsts culling one another
names. That Is nil they do when
'.' speaking of tholr opponents, and 'tK
custom has become n hnblt.
Prohibition would bring about n
thriving business In rotten concoc:
y, .lions labeled us gin, and every Pro
hibitionist knows It. Why voto for
' the rotten concoction Inhaled gin. '
Prohibition has promoted graft In
ft every Stato where It has been tried
-Does Woolley expect tho law business
1 to Improve If the. peoplo should bp
ft hoodwinked Into nn approval of his
Buy a Home Now
$2500 rill by a ? modern
bungalow, on King street car .ilnej'' "
within ten minntea of the Post of
fice , The lot is large and contains
many large fruit-bearing trees' aitl
Ttfent Trust Co., Ltd.
Ullo seems to think- It lias dlscov-
' ercd soino kink In tho Pleblsclta proc
lamation. Let tho technicalities take
IVcaro of themselves. Get out and vote
KAolo No, next Tuesday. That will
take nil tho kinks out of the proposl
1 tlon .
V. 41. Mclnerny Is a pretty good
'Citizen and generally respected h)
vtlio community. Ho says that Prohi
bition", and Woolley mo ruinous.
'.J' MViftlti, envn A.-nlnct na firn ntlv
tho guerrillas of evil nud timidity."
It Is your duty to support the lion-
ornblo men at tho Territory n
ngnlnst tho Insulting wreckers of the
W Woolley hrniid.
Tho Morning Mother of Illlnd Pigs
must have thought It was turning one
of its Prohibition falsehoods when It
hatched the silly yarn of n fuked
cablo In connection with tho yncht
K,IInwnll. As u matter of fact the
morning paper has waited for the
ill u 1) o 1 1 n to get iill Its news of
tho yacht ruce. Although tho race
-Btarted from Ban Pedro Sunday, It
; was tbo 11 u 1 1 o 1 1 n of Monday af-
Fternoon that guvo Honolulu tho first
i.v'nnwB of It. And the special Assoclat
.'led Press cable o the Uu lie tin tho
'following day reported tho Hawaii
jj. becalmed off Catallna.
KAUAI WILL VOTE AOLE-NO.
Sheriff W. II. Itlco of the County
f,of Kaual Is u pretty good citizen mid
fo generally admitted honest olHclul,
Ho makes tho stntemvnt today, less
'than a week beforo tho people go to
the noils In tho plebiscite, that Kaual
will voto.ogalnst Prohibition.
' .Of course thcro In no telling what
'the Prohibitionists muy cull Mr. Itlco
since he linn boon free to express his
mind on what he has observed, but
tho average citizen of this Territory
will nccept Mrf Hlco's judgment, nnd
the Woolleyltes will have to Invent n
new batch of nasty names.
The particular vnluo of the observa
tion from Kaual Is Its proof that
Prohibition In this Territory has
developed no enthusiasm whatever,
nnd Its only hope of success today Is
that the opponents of the Woolley
scheme hatched In tho Rocrct con
claves of tho (lovernnient-by-Conimls-slon
crowd will feel so sure of the
result that they will not take the
trouble to go to the polls.
The certainly of Prohibition's de
feat in tho County of Kaual Is 'the
best possible answer to tho claim of
the Prohibitionists that n vote for Pro
hibition Is ii vote against tho saloon.
j Kutml. decided, thut It Old not want
ftjilnons nnd It proceeded to do away
with them under tbo present license.
Kaual peoplo know that they have
no necessity to vote for the' overthrow
of nn effective law In orifcr to elim
inate the :saloon. They know from
their own experience that the claims
.put forward by the Prohibitionists
are false. They will consequently
vote down tho proposition which has
milling more to recommend It than
.. y othor freak experiment with
something that has failed elsewhere.
Kvory citizen who believes In the
competence of Hawaii lo manage Its
own affairs should be on hand at the
polls Tuesday next to cast his ballot
:nj;hlnsi.Irphlbltlon. J.et every Coun
ty mnko tbo same nnswer. lt tho
voto demonstrate, that wo of Hawaii
bavo ronildenco In our own abilities,
npd .our own homo made laws.
Thus will wo command tho respect
of Congress nnd of all Americans.
jFhus wjll we put n quietus on the
Becret missions to Washington for
tho purpose of working off experi
ments on tho. peoplo of Hawaii In
order that Woolley may draw his sal
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BECKLEY AND PROHIBITION
Perhaps Mr. neckley, tbo orator for
the Prohibitionists, did nut know what
ho said ut Aala Park In connwtlon
with Mr. Thurston and his ad"ocucy
of Government by Commission. It is
quite a common thing for Prohibition
orators to become so thoroughly In
toxicated with tho fervor of their rod
Icul speech, that, they do' not know
what they are talking about in fact
the mujorlty of tho voters of this Ter
ritory muy be said to bo fully con
vinced' by this tlmo that tho Prohi
bitionists uro cither Ignornnt or do
not care. They appear tq bo ready to
Witness tho silly twmldlo that
Thurston tho sponsor, has written In
tho namo of arguments for Prohlbl
Witness tho way Brother Olcson
went after his own favorite Prohibi
tion organ, and was so understood by
the representative of the organ, but
afterwards decided that It was or
ought to be u mlBtuko.
WltnesB tho outrageous Insults that
Woolley has uttered.
Witness tho statements of tho Pro
hibition forces that tho campaign
against Prohibition Is u campaign of
the liquor sellers, when us a mutter
of fact the most outspoken opponents
of the Woolley-Prohlbltlon scheme are
the heads of Ica'dlng church organiza
tions of tho Territory, u long list of
church members, nnd finally a great
majority of the buslnoss men and
worklngmeh at largo.
All tho stunts tho Prohibitionists
are pulling off they promised stunts
for the last days of tho campaigns-
carry tho conviction among thinking
men thut the Prohibition speakers nnd
workers uro so curried away with
their own conceit or so blinded by the
rage that causes u fanatic to run
amuck, that they aro not responsible
for their utterances,
This 1 3 tle charitable way to look
ut It. OtherwUa tho Prohibitionists
must bo credited with having lost ull
Seren ocm, House with
large living room,, two. Irfrty.
rooms, garage, servant' qunri
All modem conveniences. ,
frontage on upper wanoa
Terms Can Be Arranged
Bishop Trust Co., Ltd.
Call ' Pattejpas
. l i iu' niu ... ...... 't
sense of morals nud nVefngb deccficj'
n dealing with public matters.
Why then should thny bo allowed
to dlctato In framing our laws?
Many reputable witnesses confirm
what Prohibition Orator Berkley sold
nt tho Aala Park meeting Monday
evening regarding Thurston nnd Gov
ernment by Commission, ns reported
In tbo II ullo tin. Ueckley "ex
plains" by snylng It was n rake.
This of course means that the Prohi
bition political forces besides having
nn unworthy causo In tho first place,
have found It absolutely impossible
to lug Wooliey nnd Thurston. Tho
people, have no confidence In tho
virtue of Prohibition or tho peoplo
mixed up Irt. tho management of It.
I Consequently the Prohibition lead
ers nro ready to say anything with
out regard for tho truth, In tho hopo
pt misleading n few voters.
What could you expect from n com
bination whoso spokesman, Woolley,
Bald, "Against us i)ro only tbo guer
rillas of evil nnd timidity"?
Nothing remnlns for tho voters who
wish to sustain Hawaii's good name,
but to voto down the Prohibition pro
paganda with its Janus leaders Wool
ley and Thurston. Take Ueckley nt
his word and wlpo out Woolley,
Thurston and Prohibition all In one
In tho few weeks that tho Casino
Musical Comedy Company has been
playing at the New Orpheum It lias
gained tho .reputation of giving some
thing better with each chnnyo- every
production is bettor than tho last So
that "Ryan's Reception," which will
bo tho offering nt the populnr Hotel
street playhouso tomorrow nlp.lit.
promises full of bright, catchy mus
let numbers, dulnty dancing uiiil
sltif.lrig chorus sirls, to say nothing
rtf the fund of, fun that Producer
r.'rlr har In his trnln nud tho ii:ci
Iqnt cest of principal. 'Ttyann J'c
M.moii" Is said to bo h it on irg.IUi
lines tul that doeso -. iiarm su loiu
ns tlo songs nro new, the Jokes pal
atable and tho girls pretty and well
gowned ull of which Is promised to
morrow night In "Ryan's Reception."
All of the principals will Introduce
now and novel, numbers.
Some men are llko eggs too full of
themselves for anything else.
IHE "blind iig" has
killed its tens, but
the saloon has killed
Vote for Prohibition
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Woplley.nindf Prohibition stn('utc the tn nil will uppcar
with tun blank spaces.
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