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' 12 PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY" OF HAWAII. MONDAY, JULY W, 1910. 12 PAGES.
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YONKERS, N. Y., July 23. Four
hundred employes of the Federal
sugar refinery have gone cut on
strike todav. calling for higher
The Federal refinery In th con
rem with which I ho "opposition
Sprcckcls Interests In New York have
been allied. The American Sueur
dl))finery has lioen hnvlng tiouhlo
with lis men, ami the discontent now
appears to hsfvo spread to the, estab
lishments ot Its nominal competitors.
Bartlett Challenges Thurston BUND PIG KILLS
J To the Public:--I will donate five hundred dollars to the Children's Hospital if Lorrin A. Thurs
ton can prove or in any honorable way support with fact his declaration made from the platform on
Sunday evening quoted in his paper as follows:
I understand "that the liquor men have fent barrels iipfon barrels of liquor to Kaneohe, to Waipahu, to all the outside districts, so that
every voter next Tuesday can have frie drinks.'
I challenge Lorrin A. Thurston to prove that the liquor interests have sent out any whiskey or any
intoxicating liquors" of any kind to the outside districts or any other districts, or promised delivery
of free drinks to the voters on next Tuesday or any other day.
Lorrin A. Thurston, in making this assertion, uttered a deliberate falsehood.
Honolulu, July 25, 1910 . . CHARLES G. BARTLETT.
Practical Exhibit Of Value
Of License Taken
' CASHJER GONE
NEW YORK, July 25. Discovery
was made today that Cashier Wider
cf the Russti Chinese bank is a de
faulter in. the, sum of $000,000.
Wider has. fled and the pulue ate
searching for Urn.
', WASHINGTON,, D. C....July 25.
The British cruiser Scylla has been
ordered to Blucflelds, N.carapia.
. SECOND PLACE
Follows Hawaii Across
Finishing Line In
At half-past ten o'clo I; this morn
lug the Sweetheart docked nlungsldo
the Alakea street wharf and com
pleted her lone voyano from San I'o
dro to Honolulu. lies, log showed
that sho covered 213S ml es on the
run down, and her biggest run was
200 knots, which wan done on the
second day out from San I'edro.
Tliu Sweetheart averaged 1C1 knots
per day, and inude a line showing on
tho run down, Shu Is. only 54 feet
tver all, Is 47 feet on tho water, lino,
draws 10 feet, aft and 4 feot for
ward. She Is- 15 feet on the beam
Jand carries t'lia largest spread of
canvas of aliy boat ot her size, No
less than 4000 square feet of sail
wcro spread on her, and bIio waltzed
through the water In benutlful style.
Commodore Smith ot the South
Coast Yacht Club Is owner and mas
ter of .the Sweetheart.' He was seen
on board the Sweetheart by a II u I
I e 1 1 n , representative this morn
v.e, and on being congratulated on
tho great showing he had mado In
the trnnn-1'aclflc race. Bald: "I am
veVy glad tho rnco ended, as it did.
Tho Hawaii bpya nro the'best ever,
and although I, In a way, hoped tuat
we fbould cross tho Hue first, I re
peat that I am dellgtited to think
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REV. WILLIBALD FELMY.
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Oho of the best practical evidences
of what prohibition does' In tho Injury,
of young men through tho Increaso
In I lie numliEr of swlpo Joints arid
evil blind pig dens, Is contained In an'
nrtlclo from tho Victoria Dally Colo;'
him in j my j. , .
The article shows wliero the .moral
conditions of tho community (.hnvo
grown Blcaillly worse tlirouRh'tho
wiping nut of tho license laws, and,'
the expense of conducting ttm gQV
cinment has Inrreated.
The nrtlcle follows:
"DLIND PICS" THE
CAUSE OF RUIN,
Young Atcrlbet Cownfslt to the In.;
fluence of Ceni Where Drugged'
Liquor Was Sold Flghtlij .the'.
IMwnril l.clghtou, a youth oil eight-
rev who 'madt mad for tho nodCo bjra
'' 'nence In potatOns of fiery 'woodj
sire .l and tobacco, juice In onVofi
ire many -Diina pic nt nave prov-j
en the curc cf Prince Rupert In lUjj
nc license cays siaunen i.iimou uni-
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W. 0. SMITH.
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BISHOP LIBERT. ,
"Let us lime lllnrly. Thrre will lie no wliusf of It." IIMiop Libert.
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MARK P. ROBINSON.
I licllcie the prrtrnl llquar Ian Is
u good one, nnd It should be ghen n
trl.il. l'rcilillillliin It unucccarj'.''
S.imurl ('. II nig lit, one nt the mot '
cotiMTi utlic llioinllans made the
iiImho utiilcmcnl thlt morning In a
must ciiiplintlr muiiiirr. lie bcllerea
(hat prolilliltlon nould not prohibit '
and therefore It N unnofcuMiry to ng
Itale surli nil lusiic- ''J
He stalrd that the only tiling ior'toi
Hie iiuthnrlltes to do so far in Honor
It rnnrrrni'd It to enforce the Inn, the.
'good Inn non on the statute lioojts. '
A. D. CASTRO,
FOURTEEN CITIZENS WHO HAVE CONTENDED' FOR
HAWAII AGAIMST BLIGHT OF PROHIBITION
The Inst gun In tho campaign
of tho anUprohlhltluultts ugalnst
ssssHs'l hS jHtH
Woolleyliui nnd the saddling of 11- ' v
wall with tho blight of nl Thuntun- ,, .... , , , .
, ,, . ,,, , Knal'H qnlntetto club will bo In at-
Woolloy law, will be llred tonight at tendance,
,nla I'nrk. It wU be u big guth-
crlng, nnd (in the night beforo elec
tion day will show with llnallty the
tentlmenl of tho public.
Tho spoakera will Include some of
tho must prominent and well-known
HawullanB who are ready to dft'larn,
the causes (hat bring them into op
position to thu pinna of Thurston
Mayor rum, Simuel D.vlght
II. M. Kunlho uFil C. W. AUiford
Will tpenli and. show tho Hawallans
(ho tinln of u v 11 lesults that would
follow In tho wake of a inlstep Into
thi) path to which Thurston has been
MAYOR DEAD, !
BOMB DID JT;
RIDEWAY, Va., July 25. Mayor,
Bourman cf this city was ojmssi-v
natcd leday while at lus home. The1'
assassin had tilaced a dvnamite homb
1 under the hammock in the yaroV nnd
exploded it while Bournian was"talc-
inp; a siesta.
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EL PASO. Tex.. July 25. Frank
Lawton, one of the negroes who' was
dismissed from the army in connec
tion with the Brownsville affair,
committed a horrible murder here to
day nnd is 'in prison.
Lawton fatally shot his wife and
his mother-in-law nad, having finish
ed his family, made nn attempt on
the life of the postmaster of the city,
He was captured and put in prison.
LOCKER DEAD .
LONDON, July 25. Admiral
Locker Is dead.
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