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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, July 25, 1910, 2:30 EDITION, Page 6, Image 6',
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EVENING nULLRTIN, HONOLULU. T. II.. MONDAY. JULY 25, 1910.
"" THE ORIGINAL AND -GENUINE
Horligk's Malted Milk
is tile most delicious, nourishinir food-drink known for
the aniemic, the debilitated and the dyspeptic. So easily
and promptly digested that it agrees with the weakest
stomach. It is simply a pure food, invigorating and
It is pure, rich milk, with the extract of malted grain,
in powder form, soluble in water. A. nourishing drink is
prepared in a moment by stirring vigorously in water, hot
or cold. Unequalled as a food for infants, invalids and
nursing mothers. Endorsed by physicians everywhere.
Sample! free to Phylld&ni tad Drufttiti.
At all Druggists. ( ,
HORLICK'S MALTED MILK COMPANY, Racltit, Wli U.S.A.
OPEN ALL YEAR
The Scenic Attraction of California
A valley of great beauty and grandeur, unique in iti
atsemblance of sheer walls of great height, imposing peaks,
and the number of its stupendous waterfalls.
Now Reached by Rail A Quick,
Daily train service from Merced to the Park Line, con
nects at Merced with Southern Pacifio and Santa Fe.
0. W. LEHMER. Traffic Manager. Y. V. R R-. Merced, Cal.
EXCAVATING, FILLING. STONE WALL. CURBING, SIDEWALKS,
PLOWING. ETC., ETC. 4&
I will give you low figures on any one of above different 'kinds of
work that you may want figures on. Give me a chance. .
. ISLAND TRANSFER
VINEYARD STREET, EWA NUUANU STREAM
Office Hcurs 5:30 p. m. to 0:30 p.m.
(Continued from Page 1)
Prohibition And Politics
Find No Haven
Lnlo was host to n gathering of sev
eral hundred people oil Saturday and
Sunday. Slxty-thrco years ago, a lit
tlo hand of 143 people under the lead
ership of that matchless organizer of
men, Brlgham Young, arrived at Salt
Lako City, Utah, after n Journey
fraught with perils. The expedition
reached the beautiful valley of tho
great salt sea on July 24, 1S17, and
since that tlmo the date has been re
ligiously observed, by ndhorcnts of tho
Church of Jcstis Christ of Latter Day
Saints the world over. It Is known In
the annals of the history of the Mor
mon church as Pioneer Day.
Laic, tho HtUo settlement of neat
white painted homes of happy and
prosperous Hawallans, did the honors
on Saturday to a. large number of vis
Saturday was a day of more or less
rejoicing. Sunday morning was given
over to the religious phaso of tho an
niversary of the arrival of the Mor
mons In "Beautiful DcsereL"
i Memories nwakened through the In
I voston of Lale will go clattering down
the corridors of time, creating a rack'
ct likened to that mado by a hunted
canine doing a spirited marathon,
with a battered tlnwaro fluttering and
trailing after his caudal appendage.
Tho way to Lalo Is not one that
.might generally be considered strewn
with floral tributes. Lale Is on tho
map all right but quite another thing
to get thero as a trio of "young lions'
of the local press can most eloquently
Besides the newspaper men, Lalo
drew a number of well known 'poli
ticians. Mayor Joseph J. Fern was on
hand with his red automobile Ills
Honor left Honolulu early on Satur
day morning and remained thero
left orders for the repairs of such
heort. The Mollllou at 1 o'clock to
lay una not been signicu.anu u is throughout tho celebration and
uiougiu w.ni sne may iurn up ."-, festivities. Incidentally
morrow komo time. F(Jrn ,ooko(, mf .., rcnceg
I ah Fuun tut i no nwci'iurati wua
ulnhlnil fltla mni litir o riimii Tinw
around town that"her Hag was half- In his political bulwarks
i.,,nfp,i ti,o nn- -nrpnrf .ml wn """ appeared to presago any UOUbl
I ported on a board on Merchant street. aB to hls chances for reelection.
A cable was despatched to San Fran. Lorrln Androws, arrayed In costume
tho Honolulu yacht won tho Cisco Baying that there was death on, "" "" " mwuuncn ol lo
.... 'i ... At i. i...t ...ut.l nr tiAnr nnnrnnoli nt tltn vnMtt llnu'tilf
race. Wo hud good weather all the uuuru me jui.hi, uui. iiibui i" . ,.,.... . ... , ....,
way down, and the crew simply was minutes another was sent contradict-1 was found to be a quiet worker In tho
Kreat. ng (no statement anu saying miu viucyora. inn laimiui iieuicnaw,
'The cook looked nftr them, and a wn8 K- ,'oara "10 r,acer; I ueno unnueau, also mingled with
the consequence Is thnt they oro as " "' "ur 'luIlm l"",us" ' ' "'rong anu me microms oi,uw
fat and well .as If they bud been "laB I,eln& flown on ,ho yach'' anrt arnntl 01u now ani "lcn
.tnvlmrnt n first-class hotel on shore, i "'" "" "'""" "-.ceiveci a well mrec c-a boost.
'" .VnmllrHralnnalnl1nrv U-ard I . .
Wo nnVKF saw u ulcn nf tho Hawn I 'mu"ru "'" """ '" "" " " """ "w" JMV
or tho Mollllou Iromt tho time we. ; .. ... ... ,
left thc,"Co.ujt: in fact, wo saw no' " ' Bw,on n
.sail or steam vessels the whole way ' - " - " -'"" "'
.t....,n Tl.o r.l el. I., tt.o ci.lV ii-n '"l ") "cu.iu au.uu. ...vc, ,.
off Dlnmond Head, when tho Chlyo
Alan. .ifiacAil ..u fl I. DfUlil In llA
liere, nnd from what I can see of the tl"ll v,,htt- , ,.
place froni'tho jaehfs deck. Hono-' The d.ll y vuns of the Sweetheart
riulii Is indued a lovely place." I a8 J01 " . iJ l'.V ...' MV
., .. .... , ". 10'. ! ", "i n. 'u
Assnonas tho Sweetheart docked. 10. .,., knot twonty-four
Mrs. Smith, hud Mrs. Hazard Hoarded h(mrs who not equttUg tho rung tloned car of Juggernaut that finally
mn Miciu nnu met moir nuBuanus. ..... .... ... ,. ., ... ....n i,ij ,u. r..inn i..k... n..i.
- " , t 1IIUUO !! IIIW JlUWtlll, HID rillUIIUI .uhucu VMS MUltlH UlUhllVIO UlIU illCIt
Tho (list act of tho ladles after v ,u Ue d Ume down to ,,0. party Bt tha Mormon BOltiomcnt.
",,"'h i,"',l l"uo """ '"D" "" i.olulu. She carrlpd four tonsof out-- Thoro Is reported to buvo been a
id ui'iuruui uvciy iiiuiiiuvi ui
crow with beautiful yellow leln.
T A llrtiiiti'lnb tu nrriilii In
noli. in lin'i7wii nnwn hVri, ,,' mo crow whb mei ai AiaKea Bircci biCH that to cnumerato would
nolulii. no Ik well Known hero, us ,,,,., ,.,, ,.,. ii ,.hi.
........ x., .. ..u...Uw. . .v-. v semuio a xoni 01 pica type.
fllshop -Wpollty .wa?, absent, being
awa? on the Island of Hawaii. How
ever this did not In the least mar tho
occasion. 'The gathering wnB'n suc
cess And tho Mormon lalety led with
each other In their proffered hospi
tality. To those who Visited the settlement
In their own conveyances the congrat
ulations of a "united press" Is of
fered. Three "wise men" from tho "cast
side" essayed tho trip by train on Sat
urday afternoon and arrived nt tho
windward metropolis of Kahuku nt
sundown. Heretofore Kahuku has
generally occupied n place on the Is
land map as the homo of a sugar mill,
Augustine J. Coombs, wireless Oper
ator Maddams and seventeen million
Tho Associated and Amalgamated
order of Scribes soon brought to light
anothor Industry and It proved no
puny Infant Thoro Is a transporta
tion trust and It fell to the lot of tho
newspapermen to break a lanco with
just a very plain ordinary and un
varnished Chinese chop houso pro
prietor. Chew Hop not only operates
tho only grill that graco or disgraces,
as the caso may be, tho Oahu railroad
terminus but he apparently holds nn
electric welded' nnd copper riveted
monopoly on tho Fast, Furious and
Very Urgent Hand Car Lino that und
er ordinary stress of circumstances
affords a menns of transportation be
tween Kahuku and I.nla when tho
"Jim Castle" palatial coaches aro
quietly reposing at Kahana nnd not
duo to resume business for twelve
Threo scribes wanted a hand car.
They didn't exactly want it bad but
they needod It In their business. No
gotlatlons were opened and gentlemen
wno at ono tlmo might have been n
trust buster in flan Juan, Porto Illco,
acted as mediator. He soon developed
a tondency to provide transportation
when Celestial cupidity stepped In
and commenced to mix matters. By
actual count fifty-seven assorted nnd
unsavory specimens of plantation lab
orer were on hand to share tho four-by-ntne
coach engaged by the pur
veyors of (Purity. Negotiations were
brought to n''s"uindstlll and other and
far more effective means of transport
was finally provided. Suffice to say
that Qulnn'a stock as a road builder
hns gono up se'eral points as a re
sult of tho expedition to Lale.
"Cap" Winters, is a veteran and In
tho employ ,pf Jboi Oahu Hallway &
Land Company. j.Wlnt'e'rs puts In con.
sldcrable spare time collecting rcve-j
nuo for tbo bloatod corporation. Ho
also acts as a host for those strang
ers who And themselves seeking quiet
and solaco and freedom from turmoil
by a visit to Kahuku. Winters n-id
several of his colleagues po9ses n
habitation that may novcr again shel
i j - t u - . n
" ' J
THE WATERHOUSE CO.
announces the opening of a department for
the repair of
Qulnn,' self-confessed ''Fath
er of Good Roads," could no moro let
n gathering of tho slzo of the Lalo
luuu pass without his being present
ftififl li n onnlJ n tin Ant nt ttm mnntlnn
then the Intrepid tool; hold of her '.;""'':. V : ,7 .
... .... u. .- .... a. ........ ul 4,I i-uuniy milium wiwiuui ins luui-
and towed tho jacht to the Alakca '
Qulnn was willing but his machine
vns weak and tho combination result
ed in "Brother Tom" being requisi
tioned and it was the dark complec
side ballast, and that stiffened her vast consumption of gasollno soda
j up when It happened to blow hard, pop and also an assortment of ed-
ihe (mo down on the Gwendolyn two m"". d Invitation,, were T showered ' ... ?. ,, V , " ""
T j ears ago.' Mr. lirnnnlek designed ?en: '" ' lnT '".n" .V.?!!" I "r" Bergor and an aggregation
on them. Already the yachtsmen
the, rig andVlls for the Sweetheart. ", nZ Z1 1! ZX2
7'iui.il Iig la ilollchted in ho onrn more
X?l In llnuiiHfc.-t Thn prnw nf Mm Vnrllt
-;- - -
f will take Ivor hack to Sun Pedro In a
V row wpfkn.. lint r.fiimm.ilnrn Kmlth
I "will return nn a steamer earlier.
5, Tho rotirse tnkon by tho Swcet-
Lf heart after" she had run down to "7
N. latitude, wus In a direct line to
Ik.Honolulu, find tho chart shows an nl-
I llivni D.iniKllfc II.C lll.lVn I1ID Mb:....
tiir iiweetneart ran into some
I squalls oft,Mo',okal and lost at least
rtlueo hours tacking about In tho
', cliiumol. Only for that delay, tho
tho least of which Is certainly not ,. . ., , , , , .
tho grand ball at tbo Moana Hotel THhTcrrlt0,rlft! ba"d !"" nr
next Saturday night. ftd'r"8 "' "1 KVmm
t . ; "d this brought about a musical
I WATERFRONT NOTES I marathon that did not ceaso until tho
Mfl nAtlfiri nr nouiMnoorii ulll ln $ ituui
. ,. , lt . , . .. ... For tboBe bo Inclined, thoro was tho
left at this port by the Toyo Klscn trlpplng of m fnntagtle
Kalsha liner Hongkong Mar... The gcnoo, hoUBe An orchoatra ass8te(1
vessel arrived off the port at an early making tho place extremely pop-
hour this morning ami was brought ular with young men and maidens,
along Bide tho Bishop wharf whoro u old men and matrons.
quantity of coal will be taken on. Thol Saturday wltnessod tho pulling off
Hnnf lrnntr M nrn rrmfu from PMnn -. - si .i i
vacht woi.1.1 Imvn l.pnn rlnKor tn th "' .."-" -"" V" "." "T." ul "" 'rB vroEraii. 01 ouiuoor
inwull at the llnlsh. The Sweet- ""."S...?0" ' "?.. """ " "a"! WT. Thero was overythlng from
Uhcart ..nssed tho finlshl., linn at 7' u" . ' T" X" 1 I". . the chasing of the grcasod pig of
riUlumomt Head ut 8:32:42 1-2, chio.
somo twenty cabin passengers bound
frt fmt mt nlikntf tlirm Pnnl fetfll fitltfl Qllti
a' 'rT" ;,.:," :w"",,:" commerce to the gathering In of tho
fnometor time, which Is 9:20:11 local in bo ulspatched at six o'clock this elUBlvo eBB bjr-the meanB of a BI?al!
itlmo, . I ovonbiK, through tbo agency of 1L Pon- Th8 fat n,on vlo(1 'lth ho
National Cash Registers
This will be in charge of an expert who has
taken the full course in the factories of these
companies. His work is guaranteed by the
manufacturers and the Waterhouse Company.
Prompt and satisfactory attention
will be given all work
Queen, Street near IjTuuanu Street
and First Floor Judd Building
-cs for assassins of char-
T'i.ri'i:i and his paper hao been
ter as interesting and appreciative,' " "'" of llle uoernmnni by coin-
company as ld!d on a nconi HnHin.;"1! " scneme. uy wn.cn ino Clllions
day evening. As a Jfo saver "Cap"
Winters h certainly entitled "to tho iha rlBllt of franchise, and governed
tovo lid medallion.
A little but untorrtned band of pro
hibitionists also called in upon Lalo
lato Saturday aftornoon. Several
speakers attemptod to throw a few
oratorical fits but tho people gathered
thero wero not pining for dry political
enlightenment. It was a day of mer
rymaking and tho Prohibition bund
wagon soon took up tho trull for tho
leoward sldo of tho Island without
having created u rlpplo In tho prosent
agitation against tho full gin bottle.
of the Torrltory nro to be robbed of
by such men us Woollcy nnd Thurs
ton going on tn Washington to nils-
Thurston's paper, having n trail of
community Blunder ns long or longer
thnn tho yenfs the Territory has ex
isted, now voices Thurston'H plea for
tho fmorublo vote of the elcctorato
of theso Islands, an elcctorato which
Thurston nnd "my paper" have lab
oied lo restrict mid dlsfrnn-
smeary record hsks for u otn of con
fidence on tho Thurston-Woolloy
scheme of Prohibition.
Will they get It?
Aolc, No. '
represent tho Islands and tho people chlso TIiIh combination with such n
If you are doubtful about where
you vote on Tuesday, look It up to
day. Vote on Tuesday.
Tho Hawaii won the race with tho Hackreld nnd Company.
onlnRt'nf ai.a nt.H flt.l.liarl nnil . & .
f(igrcatpst'"!jlf case, and Mulshed ovcrl
;ril hours to tho good outBlde th,e
if tlmo allowance given)
Make vour Plana tn Vote next Tuei.
tbo Sweet-day. 'Don't Evade the Issue Vote No.
smnll boy in the race. The fats hav
ing ono advantage in that they wero
not handicapped by having their feet
swathed In the folds of a sugar sack.
tTHE RUMBLE OF INTELLIGENCE
I (HRFfe I VtlfrttJ closer ni,tTL-,P.,wJ,.
THURSTON'S APPEAL TO
(Continued from Pte 4)
ly .ovory Hawaiian of prominence. In
a stylo so vicious nnd io wantonly
rockless as to bring tho paper an I tho
owner to feel tho sting of public con
tempt and disapproval so richly de
served. Although using tbo Hawaiian-American
as tho particular target fur as
saults, tho papor of Thurstou'i has
exercised Its natural procllvltlo lor
defamation and criminal aitucl: on
most any citizen who for selfish or
uersonal reasons it happ.-no.! to ilia
like. It has marched Into tha pilplt with
its muck and libel; It h:u hidden ilr
disgraceful head behind tin alilrU- of
women; It has uttorwl the brordost
nnd the most perfect faUvhoods, and
Thurston, tbo Thurston ho om tho
papor, the Thurston who Vants tho
Hawaiian-Americana nnd other decent
Americans to follow In his vr.ike, '.ins
always been on hand to enjoy nil
tbo glory of tho outrasnous and mean,
unmanly, tltuperntlon and nasty
hurstbn clefcted'WIIcox by tho rid
iculo and the contumely visited upon
the Hawaiian-American by the organ
he calls "my paper."
Thurston brought upon the lawyers
of Honolulu tho most biting condem
nation that oor Issued from the office
of tbo Attorney General of the United
States, by the vicious attacks of
"my paper," mudo upon the Judiciary
of tho Territory.
Thurston elected County Attorney
Cathcart by slander; an Incensed elec
torate subjected Thurston nnd "iny
paper" lo tho casllgntlnn ;iiid rhnsjlso
munt thnt hnnorablo men hnvo iim.nl-
Prohibition will 'oftly pro
hibit licensed and regulated
liquor selling. It will con
fiscate much property and
drive good men out of a
living only for the benefit
of blind pigs, speak-easies,
and other forms of " lawless
liquor traffic. , -