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u tecood-cttst matter.
FRIDAY , ,.., JULY 22, 1010
j "It is n fact that the period of
Jracst rapid decrease of the Hawaiinns
Swas in the days when prohibition
J .was in force." Bishop Rcstarick.
, . "Years ago, as I was traveling
."j 'through Kansas, I read in a paper
1 ''that Governor St. John vehemently
denied that prohibition was a failure
' in Kansas. That same day, on the
station at Wichita, I saw moic beer
i; barrels and cases of liquor from Kan
'"sas, City than I have ever seen in a
Jfstation before except once at Burton-
,on-Trent. My personal experience in
many places is that not only does
prohibition not prohibit, but that its
effects are in many ways bad on so
"iciety." Bishop Restarick.
Aro there nny more crooks In (own
not engaged In assisting I'mlillillloii
c Tletnemlior tlint .i vote nirD.liistTfd-"
, li Hi tt l(iii la it vote, supporting our
present ofllrlent law.
ft- . r-.
i You're not In It thexo days Ulilcas
)nur name la found nmnng tho lists
of uppllr.-ints on lllo with Hie Iaml
f licit who buy stocks and hnvo no
(bland surplus to depend on If
Jl conditions bo wrong aro sat
isfied Hint n vote for Prohibition l
fHyoto for n labor crisis In the 'ler-Vrltory.
jKVVoolloy.ltim nots what It deserves
(from the llllo Tribune. There Is not
nonlnln t.f fllT l.l.lll (II. ,lV'AI.a ftO-
cenby In tho campaign for' Prohibi
tion. - .
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;i After waiting (hrnuRliout the cam.
pnlgn, the llllo Trllnmo finally con-
crudes Hint Woolleylsm violates tho
spirit of fair play. Nothing now re
mains but to vote down Woolloylsiu
with your mark opposite Aolo-Ko, -
,E This new land law has done one.:
'miglity goon illitig in irniiBierjjuK
. the' discussion of public land quos
flTitloiiH from tho secrecy of tho Inner
8'fofflclal ehauihcrs, to tlio open, whore.
loveryono may know, mm uyi-j-jwiu
who bus anything worth while to
Ba'y, may say It.
Socrotnry Knox Is reported to have
nruosire lo ru,n lor uovernor oi
Pennsylvania. There's no wonder
Iio; shoild want to got out of the
Sfiit'o Department when, nil In. one
May',' ho learns that China Is satis,-
nctl Wltn ino KUMto-jaiianesa agree
ment nml Mndrlz has picked his cab
inet from Zelayu's men.
H Is npparent from the literature
Issued by the Prohibitionists and the
statements of their ncjepted organ
.thn't tho agents of n falling Cause
lard willing to assail, with most any
fslunder, reptttablo men who do not
InTt-Mi. with thr.Ii. nnrrnw views. That
LriV.a ir. I.a 11... A,lnttmi Thi'iit.ill.
Woolley schento of action. Voto It
.1....' 'm.a ,,! X.
IJUMfll UW .lUtS-nUi
jV'.To my mind, thero is but one
way. to look nt the successor failure
oHproiiluiiian, anil inai is to com
pnro tho Moslem and. Clirlsllun dur
ing past centuries, Tho Moslems are
tbt, only, peoplo who have tried pro
hlbltlon long enough for It to be
Indued and from tho history of the
two peoples It must bo granted that
JuTe ' Clirly.lani with his drink has
Mono a larger work In the world than
tho followers of Mohammed." Pas-
i I l
ftfeo'r'gla locs moro "moonshlno"
(whiskey business than any other
ISttit'o In the Union. Over 1000 II
Jlclt bill Is havo been destroyed with
'Jn'tn few years, but tho number In
operation has not been deceased
ill'ho renort of tho Internal rovonuo
I officer b showiH that under prohibition
Illicit distilling has trebled In the
State. Prohibition has made tho out
Tnit of tho Illicit stills very valuable
iind so thora has been an Increase In
Ihejnumbor of stills. The moonshln
(under prohibition gets 55 a gal
Son1' for "llcker" which bo used to
Sen for Sl.50. Utlca (N. Y.) Press,
WA vote for Prohibition on Tuesday
lieans a voto for "moonshine" whls-
BEey'and swipes In Hawaii. '
Since tho saloons wero voted out,1
the alleys that are conveniently near
Main street hnvo become quite pop
ular wjlh thnso who have n bottle
of whisky "on their MpJ' There Is
our nlley close to Main street that
Is especially popular among the
rounders, nnd because of tin frc
quent visits to the alloy of those
who are provided with n bottle of
drug sloro liquor the alley Is known
among the rounders os "hip alley."
-Washington (hid.) Democrat.
A voto for Ptiihtbltlon In Hawaii
means n vote for the Introduction of
"hip alleys" lu Honolulu, with the
many evils that aro certain nccom
p.inlments of Illicit llitinr traffic
Tho Cerman Catholic Union In
convention nt St. llarhara's church
adopted a resolution condemning pro
bllijlloii, which wog held o Inter
fere with tiersaltnl llbertv and ncn'ltisi.
rue"(enrierance. The resolution was
the orrnsloh of a spirited debate, In
which temperance and abstinence
wero advocated lu connection wlfh
iliu contention thai compulsory pro
hibition woufd prove Ineffective. Tlio
prohibition resolution carried with It
a condemnation of common law mar
riages and of existing divorce laws.
A committee was appointed .to pre
pare a petition for submission to tho
Legislature urging that the Catholic
'a'w relating to dlvorco bo rccog
Ueil by tho State. St. Louis (Mo.)
.-tur, May II.
II1L0 TRIBUNE SCORES
Utter disregard by Prohibition lead
ers of tho spirit of fair play nnd hon
est argument has finally nroiiscd tho
IIUo Tribune-to,'protcst and condemn
tho tactics of Woolley nnd his fol
lowing. Tlio" -lllltr-'Trriiuno has not taken
part In-Jho "Prohibition contest to nny
extent, ilioush apparently at the out
set somewhat Inclined to accept the
theory advanced by those who want
to "try tho experiment."
FlnoTly however the campaign of
tho' Prohibitionists has been so ling'
rant In "its liiisfc'pfesenfuMoh and
reckless assertion" tliat lilio. Tribune
in Its editorial comment previous to
Its readers going to tho polls presents
tho following condemnation of tho
leading Prohibition campaigner and
A Ytcek from today lie plebiscite
nlll tale place. On that day the lot
ers of tlie Islitiids lire to deride uhith
er they with tlie I'rglHlattire to push
n prohibition law or hoi. Much ban
been said for and much ngnlnit prohi
billon. Iloth sides hale lutd their In
nlngs and baic bad ample oiportun-
Ity to express their ileus nnd glic
It Is now up to the loler.s to deride,
and tills eleenon shoulil, as the lusur
Inioliiil Is lanrtdr n Inoriil one, be
more man liny oincr iree iroiit'iinj.
thing smacking of compulsion or
threats. For this reason the follow
ing paragraph, which forms n part of
n'tt article by Woolley In the would
be, highly respectable organ The
Friend, seems 'particularlyobjection,
"Hut let Mm realize lull, that
the real ijiicstloii In tb6 plebiscite
Is this i AUK THE HAWAIIAN
AOTKttS UAl'AUM: Ol SUM-'.
iOYKH.S'MK.Tf A'loto for pro
hlbltlon itnsiiers "VkK." .A Vole
for the saloon says "Ml."
"If the 'saloon wins In ,the
plebiscite It wlus by llarrultan
Kites. And the Prince goes back
to Washington to upologlio for bis
people. "So your peoplo mint
saloons," Mill be said to the del
egate. "What mis tho argument
that com laced them" "What
will he nnswcrl What Is the ar
gument In fuior of saloons I And
the lluwullnu Peoplo will mpie
forward to a lower place lu Na
The prohibitionists Itnre certainly
bad fiery opportunity of making their
uigiiments Known to the public. A
threat like the, aboie Is most ripre.
llctistble. Coming from the bollci
't l'H n thou crowd II Is purilculorlr i.
II tcviub'tb Indicate (lwtrWfollfyMia
Large, plrstar.t Harae, r!th r-cdern
large Lot, with Fruit-Wring Tree's- ' ' ,
nnd Plants. '
An unsurpassed Marine, nnd- Moun-, t -tain
View Diamond Head, the City ',,
nml Harbor, and Pearl Harbor, "ate . ',
in view from tlie front laiml,
FOR SAI.F, AT A BARQAIH -
Trent Trust Co., Ltd.
Vote Against Prohibition
5- : : : :
4 . ... ... 4
When you recede jour ballot nt tlio polling tilucp on Julr 20
ilie day of tlio plebiscite to 'determine ulirtlier- llawiill Is to continue
under the best llifuor law In the United States or lie (filleted nllli n
Woolley-mndo Prohibition statnlc tlie lollng form will appear
rtllh two blank spaces.
To iqta nifnlnst the proposed ProblblOnn Inw place . n
erosi mark In tho siiunrn oppoaiio the MordsxiCnifd lis Hawaiian
equivalent "AOI.E," n represented In jbe follouinifi
YES I I
TillS IS A VOTK IX SUPI'llUT OP TUB KXISTIXa MQUOK
THAVKIC COXTIIOt, LAW. ADMIXISTl'IlW) l.V KArif iioiin'TV
OF THE TEItlHTOUV II V A IIOA11I) OK 1'IVE COMJIISSIO.MIIW,
Al'rOI.NTKlr IIY TJIE UOVEUX'OK OK HAWAII.
: -J- ::!.. . .! . . -.;. .j .;.. h
lih fo'lonlng feel tbat their nr?;u.
ii-ents n 'c weak, nlu-n they imto to
noisier ibem up nIMt threats.
I'urllier on Wunl'ey wiyst
"If )(iit iilll llgltl. rote TEA
"If you nlll -nit llirht, voir XO -ami
be the serioi.l of the s-ilooii."
'VAX Tl'lKKK JIK AXY MOJII!
sthikiMi Kvini:.vcE. or tiioi:-
OUfllf l'HAIIASAIt'AI. HVPOtlllSV!
THAN Till! l'LA(.'.n OP 3IK.V,
1,1 Ki: 1IISII0P MIIKHT, III.SIIt)P
HESTAItlCK, 1IKV. .Mil. KKWIV AXI
A HOST W WKI.I. KXOWX ASI '
itKl'UTAIIIiK llU.SIX'ESS MUX AXDj
OTiiKlts uxiiKU Tin: Hiiimitixn,
CJiASSIKICATlOX or ".SEUYAXTS
OK THE HAI.OOX."
It may be pretty late In the day to
change turtles, but It Is to be hoped i
that during the lust few days preced-,
lug the election those who hino placed j
tbemsrlies on the high pedestal of
rKiiii-uiiiifii win jiitve lite iniiiiiiuu
decency to let the Voter go forth to
the polls unliiimprrrd by threats or
DeiB. cniilinms. Itifiaticf.. epil
eptics, artel ;&&te theinon
sdcie'ty 'fo he sported by
decettt-: 'hone'sljv industrious
Vote for Prohibitioiv
yon want nn .umbrtlla that
will give yoil'iiood ffttirns for
A pod umbrella will oollnst
linlf u dozen 'cheap ones.
Our umbrellas always wear
well and look' well.
Seven , acres. House with
large living, room, two hed
rooris, j&rage, servants' quar
All iiibdern conveniences.
Frontage on upper Manoa
Terms Can Be Arranged
DON'T WAIT FOR THE MAIL
Office open Sunday morntnits'ffoin
etcht to ten,
This was Just as absolutely Incorrect
as lie was igmirnnt of ilie law re
specting the subject of prohibition.
I have been four times Iri ibo ijlat'd
nt Knnsas and got lliiiipr rahit time
out of drug stores, wjitih Iji perfect
bedllh, on tho permit Issiicil fiy u
duly licensed physician'. And I have
Bccii others get tho same, tliliig.
At tlio eloso of tho Priilitblilonlsts'
tnlk, I asked ami obtnliie'd jicriiils
slon of Mr. Whliford tl correct tho
misstatements iri.-tifc. While doing
,fo, all of tlio eliirifs left (heir seats,
icatne and slood direct ly In front of
ino, nnd begdn to talk very loudly
jnuiro especially, tho red-headed elder,
IwiiOsu iianie I don't know. Ami nil
jibe (line, he bad u peuknlfo In his
Ilcallzlng that In conttnuo was
useless, as my voice was drowned Jiy
It F. Wichman
& Co.. Ltd.,
. IEADINO JEWELERS
At no time during tny tnlk ns
above did I over mcnlioh n slnglo
word ngnlnst Mormohlsm. or It? doc
.Knowing tho sentlnent: of the
News ns regards my Senaldrlal can
didacy, 1 can readily uiiilersland tlio
motive: which prompted llin publlca
tirln if such nrtlfclcs. ' liilwhvcr, I
am safe to say tho News hi like tho
apo In attempting Uj iinltnto ibo
blackguarding tactics Of the famous
"P. C. A.," and n)l It Says aro not
worth tho troublo of reading. Very
truly yours, W. J. tjdHMIO.
Honolulu, July ifi, lblO, '
Every American citizen should (jo
to the polls and vote, Tuesday, Vote
' "When wo go to ITrieifc JlO's' ivo
will (fnvel In "a sleeping car," safil
the constant loud talking of t.ho el. " . T.. .ir.i.i iU
.i . lu ,Ln.i. ,r. i .....i.i' Oh, no, papa," remonstrated tlio
ders, I told the peoplo that I would,...,. ' ' ,.. n ...
Make your plans to Vots next Tues
day. Don't Evade the litue Vote No.
KdltOr K v.e n I ,n B ' ji ii!) I o 1 1 n:
Porinjt mo s'uUlrleiit sp.ic-o In the
rolumlls of our very popular paper
to ifefeml mysolf of tho. vary mean,
nnd untrue assertions of thu Maul '
Nows of July 10, in which an nr-
tlclo npprared on tho front page
under tho caption, "Prohibition nt
Wnloliu," etc. ,
Tho News attempts to, toll tlio
truth, but utterly failed. The trouble
at Wnloliu orcttrrcd at the, instance
of tho "honlo" Mormon clilers, who
knew very little of th.o laws respect
ing prohibition, as evldeiiceif by tbp
tall; nt the thico who apoVd that'
uay, on ino suggestion or. mo pro
hibition agents, Kubookelo and Kn
liua. The Mormons were' linvlng a
Sundny scliool tally on tlio .n'rcinlscs
very kindly permitted thtirt by Mr.
arid Mrs. Joseph Whitford (HniVal-;
lans), when without permission of
either Mr. or Mrs. Whitford, Nahoo-
kclu started to spout Probllbtlon
as chairman, Inviting nnd Introduc
ing speakers as bo chose. One elder
(ln particular -a non-Amorlcan
made tlie ns?" ton that In tlio State
of KanBas there was absolute prohi
bition not n ilron of llnlinr ran bo
, ,... . ,, ., day, Voto on Tuesday.
11111a .n r n.d iMfll.'nt In n M.liln.
contlpuo my speech whc wo .were , nwafc0 ei,
, uiuuu nun wiiuuiu iliu pri-ueiitu ui. -
such unruly young men. f you are doubtful about wheri..
I havb slnrp announced my meet-' you vofe on Tuesday, .look It up to-
The only available Beach Prop
erty on tho car. line.
We have for, sale at Waikiki 400
fCet of Beach '.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,' Particulars and terms at our office.
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Fort and Merchant Streeti 581 K.
I am most emphatically -against
any such regulation as prohibition
would place upon us. It is not right
oii the face of it, and would not be fair
to all hands.
Prohibition will not prohibit, and
it is probable that those who are advo-.
eating prohibition now know that it is ,
true as well as I. ,
- I believe that liquor conditions
would get worse to an alarming, degree
if prohibition was to be placed' upon us.
My men, after a hard day's work
in the field, want a drftik of some light
liquor, and' I don't blame them for the
desire. It is reviving and refreshings
and does themno harm that t have
Manager, Waianac Plantation
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