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EVENINO nOLLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II., TUESDAY, JULY 2C,-1010.
P V EJNTG-' 3SHLi,ETiN
MBAILY and WEEKLY Published bv BULLETIN PUBLISHING! CO.. LTD.
"At 120 King Street, Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii. ,
i Daily every day except Sunday. Weekly limed on Tuesday of each week.
1 ' MEMBER' OF THE ASSOCIATED PBESI.
Wallace R. F-rrlnjiton, - Editor
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CIRCULATION LARGEST OF ANY NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED
in the Territory of Hawaii.
TP1 I Ed.torI.I Rooms, - loo
1 :Wi. Business Office, - 562
Entered at Ihc PoaioSice it Itoooitlu
m tecond-clAM mttttf.
.JULY 20, 1010
Nor shall our cups make any
fguilty men; but at our parting, wc
will be ns when we innocently met.
t Ben Jonson.
It Is not too Into to oto Aole, Xo.
I)n nnt full to huvo your ballot
(counted ugnlnst tlio blight of Prohibi
If )ou tlil not Aoto uk you palii you
gin mild put It down that Prohibition
puis begun Its oll Inlluenco by nink
ifiig n.liyiiocrlto nml falsifier of you
tviitiln li!i nnltl lip will Dm Wnnlli'V
out If lie goes to Washington nguln.
Woollcy lins promised that lio In go
ing to Washington So It's up to
ft l'orcy I'ond 1 absolved. He lias
only onu pieuinciiu uiur 1111 inn ipice
and Hint's ). M. himself. It Is 111 all
that this nrcli-ProhlbltlpnIst
mended his ways
t, Strength of the raw sugar market
is snown uy me iuci nun lauor trou
bles are dlsturblug two of the largest
buyers In New York and the price, .of)
rafts lias not dropped
tLriiey couldn't hold their prejudices
In check Biidlclciitly to prevent taking
pt. llnal whack at lllshop Hestiirlck
(wid what lias the lllshop done? Mere
ly expressed ins nonest conviction.
.The ll.il lie tin said that the Ha
Avail would win. There Is only one
result for n good yacht with n cup-
Uiln and sailors on board who ure on
the Job eery moment of the night and
Is sulllclent to wine out every saloon
On Hawaii j if the people feel so dls-
if Most ewirjonc Is thankful that It
,ia neany over ana no ono rises up
to bless Woolloy for being responsible
for the trouble, the expense, umi'tlie
Ill-will Woolleylsui has stirred tin. all
fin twi iinriinaA
u .... ,.... ,'W.iu
yachtsmen After today's fracas Is
finished the people of Hawaii will glo
them undivided attention, rtnd try to
make them satisfied there may be oth
ers but this Is the best Jilace on earth
Latest returns from Kauai were for
a solid majority for the present law.
That doesn't mean Prohibition by sev
eral long shots.
Some one ought to notify those poor
wretches who nro sweltering In the
heat at eastern summer resorts
It Is always cool In summer In Hawaii.
During the breathing spoil before
the fall campaign the people, ought to
be nblo to do something toward the
common good of helping. Honolulu
Brow. . .
'. Prncttcnltj; nil, the jprurn frouj the
election should be In by nine o'clock.
Yon enn stnrt the new 'day by leaving
Prohibition and Its wrangles com
pletely In the past.
. According to all Indications the
people: haye cant i splendid ote in
rupport of the present license lnw If
vim have not voted, swell the total
I . otlng Aole, No.
Funny 1-orrln. Ho told, a Sunday
night audience that tourists don't
come here to see the llrcwcryi they
have plenty of thov In St lwls. Had
uny nntl-Prohlbitlonlst made such a
relatively brilliant argument as that
Ixirrln would be ready to swear he
HProhlbllloulsts try to keep up the
rileccntlan to the last moment The
Issue Is Prohibition. The present lawj sugar will not go-beyond the extreme
8u'ru( (Jlrculijrs are beginning to
talk "about Invisible supplies. Hut
they are using these to proe that
llinjls iredlejcd "for this time of the
year. Ilnnnli:.l)l,mnke no complaint
lornnif yearrnna me jhuiook lor tne
mat campaign could hardly be bet
ter for fair returns.
Tho peoplo who are worrying
lufioTIt Aslifdrd"B reference to ISO." are
likely the same ones who felt good
when Thurston attempted to appeal
to prejudice through attacks on tho
'Hero's it hearty aloha to the visiting mullhlnl. 1Ots of things In the heat
fRRTRON AUTHORITY ON
r PROHIBITION EXAGGERATION
I brlleui I here It Inn much of n per cent of those who apply are either
Jcnilciirj to exaggerate the Inlluenco directly or Indirectly victims of strong
drink. I do not bellovo-ln being fanat-
I do not know, nnd I do not think leal regarding these matters. It is
.of strong drink In producing1 crliiiln
(any man knows what percentage of tuberculosis that elves the trouble to
itho prisoners In our penal institutions our charity workers In Colorado,"
Tho meeting wns tho greatest ever
held by tho Stato Hoard of Chaiitles
Buy A Home
5 Rbom House
and King Street
Trent Trust Co., Ltd.
4- 44-t 4 4 i
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i a x -.-"-4. 11 -i:i-:a:.-
I Vote Against Prohibition
When )ou receive your ballot lit the polling place on July 20
the day of the plebiscite to determine whether Iliivrnll 1,' to continue
under the beat llcjiior law In the United States or lie nflllclril with n
Woolley-nindr l'rolillilllon statute the luting: form will appear
with tno blank spare. .
To idle ngnlnat the )irop(ncl rrolillilllon law titnco n 4
rrois mark In the s(iiare opposite the word "NO" nnd Its Hawaiian
eijiiltnlciil "A()I,K," ns represented Jit the following:
this is a V6ti: i? supVojit ok the Kxisfin Liquori
TUAI'IU I'O.NTltOI, LAW, ADMlSlSTKllKI) IX KA('II COU.M'Y
OP Till: TKItlllTOIIV IIY A HOAIID OK FlVKCOMJIlSSlOMiltS,
APPOINTKI) IIV TJIK (lOVlOIIXOIl OK HAWAII.
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of debate were better left unsaid, but to gratify anyone who seeks a fair
expression of opinion
Up to the noon hour there had been
no disorder and no serious disputes.
The -voting tins proceeded quietly and
rapidly, There seems at Ibis writing
no reason why the result should not
be u deliberate expression of the sen
tlments of the peoplo.
WE will njt have " blind
pigs" unless we have
blind officers, and we will
not have blind officers unless
we have blind voters.
Vote for Prohibition
Seven acre. House with
larjjc living- room, two bed
rooms, garage, servants' quar
All modern conveniences.
Frontage on upper Manoa
Terms Can Be Arranged
Bishop Trust Co., Ltd.
DON'T WAIT FOR THE MAIL
Office open Sunday mornings from
eight to ten. t ,
they nil say them,
Progress of the voting up to the
noon hour Indicates that a compara
tively light vote will bp cast In .(he
precincts of this Island. Whether this
is duo to the natural falling off of the
vote from tho old registration, or that
theyoters are 6oUcui;lng. .uuj,.Js,
sorao'thlng .that ca"nno be determined
until the vote Is counted and analyzed.
All the outward Indications are 'for
a good sized majority for the oppon
ents of Prohibition and supporters oi
tho present license law. Prohibition
ists at tho last moment have mado
personal appeal to men opposed to
Prohibition that they vote "yes" In
order that the defeat may not bo so
overwhelming as to give the so-called
liquor Interests too much prestige, It
Is not provable that many voters hnvo
casjt tholr ballot against their convic
tion us tho result of such n request.
Tho atmosphere of tho election on
Whether an attempt will be made co
by the 'defeated side to client tho baI-jor
boat had but two competitors. It
should be romembered howocr that
the log of tTie lawall, this year, com
puted with that of Its llrst race, shows
our boat to hae encountered more
light weather than during the first
race, and under such udvorse condU
tlons whs, until tho last day out when
It ran Into culms, ahead of 'tho time
mudo liv t.ie winning yacht In the
Tie i, .1 therefore shows that
Hawaii ha i llrst tl.isa yacht, first
cl.i'- -u-hi i.icn and the boys nnd the
( It; know how to take defeat
-ry llke'llrst class sportsmen.
lot In the counting remains to bo seen.
OUR YACHT AND OUR RACE.
Commodore Wilder nnd his splendid
crew have vindicated tho reputation
of the yacht Hawaii and tho yachts
men of Hawaii.
These men have proved that our
boys know how to sail yachts to vic
tory and wo can pick n crow from tho
j'odng men of theso Islands who can
sweep tho sens In this section of tho
Pacific ocean ns against anything that
enn bo produced on our Bldo of tho
This, tn Knmp. mnv hpoiii llkn nn
this. Island is ono that cduld not 'fall Idle boast In view of tho fact that our
uro'tliero becuuse of strong drink,
KSo spoko the Hcv W. K. Collett, scc-
fretary of the Colorado Stato Prison
Association for tho last six years, and
general secretary of tho Charity Or
fganlzntlon Society of Denver since
that society was re-orgnnlzed six
mion'tlis ago, In unswer to u question
Risked by Kntlier William O'llyan last
plight nt tho (oml-annual conference
Kit? the Colorado State Hoard of Char
nTfes und Corrections at the stato
mCollett's unswer created n sensation
fTnfthe meeting, to which W11S added
another thriller, u moment Inter,
jwiicn, Habbl W. S. Friedman, presid
ing, said that ho had been informed
!y!tho president of tho Churlty Organ
jjzailou Socloty of Dentcr that only
o nnd one-tenth per cent of those
Iwho applied for charity nro the vie'
tlnis of Intoxicating liquor.
Questioned further by some who re'
midned after the meeting, Rabbi
nLrhe percentage quoted I obtained
from President Pershlp, of the Asso
elated Charities. I may not huvo ro
moinbercd the exact percentage glv-
jenTtbut I am sffre that It wnfc within u
small fraction of ono nnd one-tenth
BR I do not know nx n fact that the
mvl!i Ilellef Sorlely, which lakes
caro of 'thousands of unfortunates of
STu rnceV huB statistics to proo that
fiiot; iiiuio thitn ono-hundredth of ono
and Corrections, both in point of at
tendance nnd In tho ipiportanco of
the topics discussed. Tho subjects
for discussion were alio coubcs for the
needs of charities and the dispensa
tion of money for charity.
Several of (he most, prominent char
ity wqrkers In tho Stuto were pres
ent . Mrs. Kate Waller Darrett. nn
tional president of tho Florence Crlt-
tenton homes .was an Invited speaker.
The meeting was about to adjourn
when Father O'ltyun, after hearing u
paper by Collett on tho work that Is
jjelng done to reform prisoners, asked
what part liquor played In criminal
"That Is a question," said Collett,
"that I have no patience with, be
cause, to one who is Informed, it Is
meaningless. Some peoplo put tho
percentage at 90, and some nt 95,
while the more conservative estimat
ors say 75 .per cent Is about right.
"As for me, I belleie the question
s not lion man) criminals liquor
cause, hut what causes men tu drink
liquor. I know (hat some men hiiic
an Insatiable desire fur Ml hints,
either liquor, opium, cocaine, mor
phlne or retee, There !ippeiir to he
l gnawing "ipslde, u rrmlng for the
stimulant. It Is mi unb.il.iiii'ed nen
ous sj stem, an abnormal enn lug that
lends to .It." Denver (Colo) Daily
News, May 4.
The only available Beach Prop
erty on the car line.
We have for sale 'at Waikiki 400
feet of Beacli Property, a portion
well improved with a large and com
Wc, are authorized to offer this
property as a whole or jn fifty to a
hundred-foot strips to suit, the pur
Particulars and terms at our of
fice. . v
As (or the fiituio of tho Trans-Pn-
Clllc yncht nice. It Is now up to the
ynchtsmen and tho sportsmen of tho
Pnclllc Coast. Hawaii has dono all
that It can up to date but Is ready to
do nil of Its share nnd more.
Our boys have dono the pioneer
j work. They sent the first challenger,
fn mere cockleshell, nnd took their de
feat good nnturedly. Thoy then built,
.with everyone helping, n twenty-fio
I thousand dollar yacht and took de
feat without complaint, from n lemon
, packet. Now the boys themselves
I have got In, handled the race them
selves, profited by mistakes and made
good. Kvery man and womnn In Ha
wnll feels Just as happy over tho win
nlng ns tho commodore and the mem
hers of the crow.
The secret of tho success this year
was that tho men on the yncht were
tit work ecry waking moment to get
1 nil the speed possible out of their
craft. This Is us It should be. Let
none of our opponents think for n
moment that there was tin Idle man
on the Hnwuil, or that any chance was
missed that might possibly move tho
yacht nt n more rapid ("ice or gain an
Our men on tho Hawaii worked for
nil they were worth. They had to
And having won this race, all that
our yachtsmen ask, nil that tho people
of the Territory who own tho yncht
request, is that tho yachtsmen of tho
Pnclllc Const Bhall rise up In numbers
as large a,s possible and try to tako
this honor or winning the trans-Pa-cltlc
race away from our Island boys.
In other words tho people and tho
ynchtsmen want n hot competition
you want an umbrella that
will give you good returns for
A good umbrella will outlast
half a dozen cheap ones.
Our umbrellas always wear
well and look well.
H. IF. Wichman
& Co.. Ltd.,
nnd If noocssnry put our boys to tho
trouble of making the yacht Hawaii
go over the coiirso again and again,
each time faster than before.
Thurston says tho Prohibitionists
nre going to corry Prohibition
strnlght Into politics. That's their
privilege, but they will do well to
bear In mind tho significance of tho
rousing npplnuso that greeted Mayor
Fern when he said at Mondny's rally
that what the Hawnllans want Is
work. Thero nre other Issues that
appeal to the people moro forcibly
John Wise has proved that ho can
mnke n clear-cut and convincing ad
dress In both English and Hawaiian,
nn art that Is possessed by mighty
few of the Territory's stump speakers,
Wiso has only to keel) cool in dealing
with the present, and not dwoll too
much on tho past, to become one of
the most cffcctlvo orators of tno Territory.
When you, bump up against some
thing that you can't afford to d and
can't afford not to do, what do you
A thick head Is apt to generate a,
faster good sportsmanship multltudo of thin Ideas.
Fort and Merchant Streets
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itOR the stomach's sake an
' occasional glass of beer is
veiy good. It is a well estab
lished fact "that
contains corrective and tonic
qualities wjiich make jt irivalu
able to the run-down system.
Apart from its medicinal pro
perties PRIMO is an ideal
beverage, weil-suited to the
requisitions of this climate.
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The Reer Thai's .Brewed
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