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CIRCULATION LARGEST OF ANY NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED
in the Territory of Hawaii.
qni I Liclltorltil Room, - 185
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I seek the truth, all the truth,
nothing but the truth. Wc must pro
- claim, W fearlessly, Henri dc l'Epi
Oo to the rally tonight, ami vote
Aole-No on I'rohlbltlun tomorrow.
' 'Vote Aole-No. The Issuo Is wheth
er Hawaii wants u Prohibition Hint
has never proved anything but n
A veto against Piohlbltlnn Is u
vote for 'the present llcciite law
framed of, by and for the citizens 01
Unwnll. Vote Aole-No. J
:Tho closing iliiy 01 i e ca'nTb.rtfcn to
jeillHe this Tcrrl'oiy with the blight
of I'loiilbltlon Mills tneonly expressed
bbpe of the Prohibitionist's resting on
the secret vote of men who, whllo op
posed to Prohibition, may vote for it
In order that the antl-1'rohlbltlon ma
Jorlty may not bo rollcd"ui so large
that the pcoplo personally engaged .Jn
the liquor tralllc will itrIKo furji
Such a position taken iy sufcrl 'Vot
ers la n dangerous olio under any con
dltlon, us they arc voting against their
convictions. It In ulso entirely wrong,
as the liquor Interest and every other
interest must be controlled by nnd
will respond to public sentiment. The
man who wagers his conviction on
the "way tho other follo.wllL.vqtc
wukca up to find that helms done
.Ecry mun opposed to l'rohlCTiloiT
sboul'd voto No.
The general conduct $f -the Onm
pulgn hus been u credit to' those In
chargo of tho opposition to Prohlbl-
. tlom Tire meetings have baerrordcilrl
uiiil ull sides hnvo bad aTulr hairing.
,'At no time huvo the U'uJor InttraitB
endeavored to Influence- tRe vote Willi
tho gin luniis nnd free llqimrOliiit liaTcJifni't citizens of this Territory will
on. more than ono occasion marked
the 'political operations of people
'prominently alllgncd wltdithe. Prohi
bition forces. All tho afftl-PfohlbF
Hon oter will go to the polls with
clear heads to voto fur law and order
c .Self coutrot has been In cvldcnco all
along the lino with the exception of
the reckless statements of thu Prohi
bitionists in their attacks on Ulshon
Itcbturick, and other citizens of less
prominence, but of equal Integrity,
who have exposed tho false morality
of Prohibition and stund out for u law
that will regulatu and Insplro respect
for ull law's.
What Is wanted at the polls tomor
row Is that every man shull rcglstor
his c,onvjctlon for or against practical,
not theoretical. Prohibition for these
Tho canvass of the voters shows
that .tlio majority Is agulnst tho Pro
hibition farce whether It huvo the
name of Woollcy or any other nuuic
attached to It.
Hawaii can control Its liquor tralllc
and on the question of Prohibition It
wllllvote Aolc, No.
PROHIBITION'S INSULT TO
prohibitionists In their campaign
.have mado a direct appeal to tho race
''sentiment of the Hawaiian-American.
If they could win the Hawaiian by
firing his mind with rnco hatred they
httva left no racial stone unturnrd.
Out the Hawaiian stands or falls In
the present day by bis ability to con-
. duct-hlmself as an Independent, self-
, lespectlng, self-reliant American clt-
, Ijen.H. lie is on tho samo footing as
all other American regardless of their
race, and ho will be judged by the
same measures and standards.
If the Hawaiian-American voter of
these Islands registers hU conclusion
on the side of the cause that Wooliey
represents lie nlll glte liN sanction lo
(lie 'rill things Woollcy .mid .others
said' of the Hauallaus nlillc cam
paigning in Washington.
He will practically shout "Vukoa"
to 'tho assertion of Wooliey (hut; tho
"native papulation needs and deserves
powerful intervention." This means
ss-tmrattaek upon the equality of the Ha-
PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.
emcrcd at tlw P.tnmtc at Honolulu
O Hfttilld-aJtftft tn)llff
.JULY 25, 1010
wullan with other Amcrieaitv I' Is n
dcrluriitlou of IneiitinlPy. It gives u
bcmblntice of truth to tin.' lompnrlson
that Woollcy made between fie ninor
lean Indian, always treat"d by tho
American ns a weakling to 'e cured
for, und the Hawaiian who at the time
of annexation passed Into full leltow
shlp, equal, rights and equal privil
eges, with nil American citizen? of the
The Thiirsliiii.lViPiilliy raiupaUn for
E'lolillittlon lias Ik en cdinlurti"! In u
manlier to place the llannlhn- Wncrl
ran In such it pusltloii that be cunnoi
i ute for Prohibition nltlioiit re;;ltfr
lay bi M.il ui later u,.iu, mil hli nc
.eptaucv of, the deiriidfi purltlun tv
ul.k'li the lumment of Vim l!c; In
Washington assigned him.
The American nation ttuvo tho 11a-vraJlan-Amerlcan
Tut) jjllzeiisliln, lion
rfrljig MMj Jth rec5;nltIon of his
ability to take u position of equal
rights with Americans of every ether
raco or previous nationality.
Tho American pcoplo nluccd con-
irJciicc in the Hawaiian's capacity to
resist temptation .and .develop ull the
fiitteY' qualltU'i'b). jjiuman nuturc
while controlling any icmNnci'.s to
e'xc'elw' nnd-crror. '
Is this tho Woollcy, tho Prohibition
IdeuT Not much.
, Their whole scheme of notion Is
based on tho presentation of tho Ha
waiian to himself nnd to nil other ns
unequal, ns weak, as rouuliinz to bo
fared .for rather than powerful and
thoroughly capable In hU curcise of
the responsibilities of citizenship.
Ilanullan-Auiorlcans !u,-o been
(lulcl to perelve the Irenchorv of
W3ilJy"J8litinfjid'-tliQ Insult li-plbd In
the itppeals' that nro being mado In
hel.iilf of the leaders of I'rolilbu'rn.
-uKor this reason- -evury Indication
points to ii HolliFmaJprU agulnst the
I'Whltiltlon Hcheme, Tho Independent,
fieti thinking, progrestiho and self-re
vol. down a mieakliu and tr.Kldious
iironraiii- fpr robbing them of their
good name and their liberties.
""What the Prohibition leaders nnd
the (lovernment by Commission crowd
want to do Is to get a voto for Prohi
bition, by hook or crook, und then
iiold up n record und say, "Why look
aero. Wo have tho approval of the
Hawaiian behind nil the evil wo have
spoken of him,"
Tho vote will bo Aolc, No.
BOMBAST THAT FAILED.
If ono might Judge from the nbsence
of uppluuso following tho announce
ment by 1 A. Thurston that Dcleguto
Kuhlo intends to voto for Prohibition
on Tuesday, the people cither have
mighty little Interest In how tho Dele
gate totes or less confidence In
Thornton's ability to speak tho truth.
Thurston very apparently saved
this declaration for his closing pero
ration and oxpected to make n hit.
It fell ns flat as could be imagined,
und Kukjua went back to his corner
It Is not surprising to learn that
tho Dolcgato authorized neither
Thurston nor anyone ulso to speak for
PROHIBITION DESTROYS HOME
I understand that the wjne, dealo'rs
of California have sent S200 down
here to fight this campaign for prohi
bition Advertiser report ,of Thura-
toiia speech. . '. .
The morning mother of blind pigs
Is wrong ns usjial. Thu rB ton said
If such a sum was sent to the is
lands by the California wine dealers,
It does not compare in size with tho
sums Hint have been expended to fln
uncu Wooliey, ills trip to Washington
und tho whole schome of ugltatlon to
thrust upon the Territory of (Jawajl 0
law-that l( dfd no't'ask for"and'iu i'aw
that 't docs not want - v $
Hawaii has un efficient license law
and If tho California wlno dealers con
tributed money to supportMhiitlaw
j.- '.'A t
5 Room House
and King Street
Trent Trust Co., Iitd.
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When J oil rcccitr jour b.illo at (lie polling place on .Inly .ti
the day of the plebiscite (11 determine vtliellitr llunnll Is to continue
under the best liquor l.iu In Hie United Stales or be nullctcd rtlth a
Woollcy-made l'rolillillton htatulo tlic lollng farm nlll npjiear
vfltli tno blank spaces.
To lole ngalnst (lie proposed I'mlillilllnn law place 11
cross mnrli In the square opposite (lie minis "Ml" and lis Hawaiian
cqutiiileul ".lOLiy ns rrprescnieil In Hie folliinlngi
AE I I. ' .
IS A VOTi: IX SUITOKT OF Tlltt'l.XISTI.N'fl MQUOIt
('(UiTKOI. LAW, AIlMlMSTIMtKIf IX IIACH COUXTV
OP TIIK TKllllITOItr IIV A IIOAilIi (IF FIYi: COJIJIISSIOXIMtS,
APPOIXTKI IIV TJIK (KIVEltXOU OF1IAW.MI.
A A 4. 4. A .5. A A .'
Jt is to their credit, for California
wine makers and dealers would, every
ono of tlichn, profit by tho Thurston-
Woollcy Prohibition that contemplates
ruining the wineries built up In tho
Territory nnd ruining tho homestead-
ers who have made 11 fair return for
their labors In growing grapes, but
nllowlng purchases to be made on the
Callfoinla wIiiuiIch will be helped
und Hawaii wlnorlc ruined by tho
Prohibition Thurston wants.
THURSTON AND WOOLLEY.
"it Is not Wooliey und Knkluu" wuh
the oft repouted sentence used by
I-orrln A. Thurston In his speech bc
tore the people assembled at Aalu
Park Hunduy evening.
Well If It Isn't Woollcy and Knkluu,
who under the sun Is It?
Tho Prohibitionists themselves nro
so much convinced of tho luck of con -
fldcnco thut the voters have In Wool-
ley that they kept him homo from the
Island tour thut was announced.
Tho citizens of tills Territory
through their duly elected represcnta-
The only available Beach. -Property
on the car line.
We have for sale at Waiklkl 400
feet of .Beaoh Property, a portion
well improved with a large ahd'eom
We arc authorized to offer .this
property as a, whole or in fifty to a
hundred-foot strips lo suit' the pur.
Particulars' and terms nt our office,
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Hves Jn the Legislature declared that
llicy'wnnfta nonobrtrie Woollcy iramo
that Wooliey was 'working In Wash-
The Delegate to Congress did not
call for tho scheme that Wooliey wus
working In Washington.
If the. people through their repre-
I seututlveKiJn tho legislature and
through their representative In Con-
gross did not call for tho Prohibition
j legislation, thero is no one else to
carry ,,, responsibility than Thurs
ton and Wooliey. No ono else wants
And If they have n righteous cause,
If they have an honest, and pure pur
pose that they are presenting to the
people, why should they be ashamed
to accept tho fatherhood of It and tho
full responsibility for It.
If Thurston was sincere In his ap
peal to tho Hawaiian-Americans why
should ho not come out and accept
1 the challenge, why should ho not ml-
"lt that he and Wooliey aro the fuc'
tors who cooked up Hie game and
worked thu campaign?
Why. If ho Is engaged In 11 n honor
nblo presentation of a worthy cunso to
WE will not have " blind
pigs" unless we have
blind officers, and we will
not have blind officers unless
we have blind voters.
Vote for Prohibition.
FOR S AXiE
Seven acres. House with
lai-ge living room, two hed
rooms, Karage, servants' quar
All modern conveniences.
Frontage on upper Manoa
Terms Can Be 'Arranged
Bishop Trust Co., Ltd.
his fellow citizens, doea he conatnnt; , Miould coinmond Itself, to tho good
ly cry out to the people "It Is not will of tho votora of this Territory?
Woollcy nnd It Is not Kahlua" who,' what hiu Thurston over dono for
hnve.hrought this. upon you? 'tho Hawaiian-American that should
If Thurston Tcels In his 'heart that secure from thorn anything but ills
the Hawaiian-Americans havo reason trust or hato? '
t trust him In his political utter- Tluirpton owns the Advertiser. Ho
I remember when there was prdT
hibition directed against .the Hi.waiians '
our company suffered severely through
members of the crews failing to appear '
on sailing days, being off in some blind
pig, where they made the most of tl..e ';,,
opportunity. . Many times the boats
put to sea with members of the crews
in bad condition. . This, handicap Js' "
'no,met with now. . The sailor knows'.
that he can get what he wants and "the. .: '
result is that he drinks moderately." '
DON'T WAIT FOR THE MAIL
Office oron Sunday mornings from
eicht to ten. !
nnccs, wl.y does ho pitucliiato Ills pub
He spccchci wild assurances, plain
tlvo pleas, thai he Ij not the man,
Woollcy la not. the man.
Tliurito'j did not utter n word In
his rally speech that ousgosted that
he was proud of cither himself or
proud of Woollcy.
On Ihla point the people nsrce.wltli
When it comes In voting for Thurs
ton, Wooliey tud (loternment by
Conrvylcrlon ly tko ProlIMtion routu,
Ihi will ot
RSTflN'S APPEAL TO !!.'
V.'hat Iui3 T!iiirston ever done that
x , JAMES L. MeJLEANs--; '- -;
IZ.', .; ' Vicc-1'rcsidcnt of the Intcr-IslanStcam'' '
you want an umbrella that
will give you good returns for
A good umbrella will o'.ttbst
half n dozen chcip ones.
Our umbrellas ' always wear
well nnd look well.
II. F. Wichman
& Cq... Ltd.,
has raid In public meeting "It Is my
paper." When he said that, ho ut
tered a confession.
, Ktcryonc with any oenso has
known Hint Thurclbn was rsoponslbla
ai owner lor the outrageous nttacka '
on tho Hawaiian-American consistent
ly mndn. through tho columns of the
morning paiier.'bul ho consistent
ly tried to "Iny It off" onto whatever
editorial goat ho happened to be rid
ing. Hut Thurston's fellow rltlzms ono
day In n public meeting told him what
they thought, of him. 'Their "calling
.1 cpndo a spado" opened up I'm true
Thurston so completely tnat ho went
Into a lowering rngo mid whllo then
off Ills guard admitted Hint the 'd
iVeitlscr Is my paper," .in.l thai ho
controlled its uttcrani3.
Tills sumo AdvortLur, "mv paper,"
has devoted the years of Its cxlstcnco
silica annexation to atltcklns and in
sulting tho Hawnilan-Auiei'icans of
This paper of Th.ir.ton'H Iui4 at
tacked the.Dc.lcRate to OonrcHH, neir-
(Continucd on Fnce Gt