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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, July 27, 1910, 2:30 EDITION, Image 1',
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From San Francisco:
' For San Francisco :
ESTABLISHED 1882. NO. 4081.
IT'S ALL OVER
NOW BUI THE
Woollcy Attends Sadj
It's all over but the follcltntlnns
Honolulu lias cettululy developed
an army of ''guerrillas of ovll and
timidity" when numbers have ir
prjsed the .most. sanguinis supporter
of a continuance o the present lawn
of the Territory. '
Just think of It! 3901 voters on
the Inland of O.ilm had the temerity
to bravo the nvenging thunder of n
.Thurston and the artless wiles of n
Woolley ai:d enst their bullnt against
the blight of prohibition.
Oahu lined up n little over (our
to one In favor of the existing form
Over on the big inland of Hawaii,
the prohibitionists fulled to carry n
single precinct. When this painful
Intelligence filtered Into Thurston's
King street Jajknn cnrrol, lloulne,
tho moving picture man, was hastily
told to forget it uud throw something
(Doling and soothing upon tho snrcn.
lie therefore gave th'u little band
of watchers there a fairly good like
ness of a sunwsllde.
Tho silence and rolllmlo that hov
oml around tho Merchnut streot
headquarters of the prohibition move
ment wus like the hush of death in
ompiiitson lo the noise emanating
fium u busy boiler factory.
Dining the heat of battlo of the
haKuto yesteiday afternoon, wh(in the
untls wein putting In tholr beit licks
towards getting reluctant or Indiffer
ent lutci-N Into line, the Woolley
sanctum pruved about as animated us
a country giaveyard iiu a very damp
morulug. One Of the saddest sights
to behold, and ouo that should ex
tract mental anguish even from a
striped barber pole, was the depar
ture ot "Uncle l.orrin" uud his faith
ful co-laborer nitd editorial writer,
W. II. Melton Ayies, urm In arm,
'from tho sanctum wheie schemes for
u government by commission and
omission huve had their birth.
As tho Thunderer's Jester, Ayres
unilil not summon u single rift lu the
Into for Thurston.
The prohibitionists owe their de
tent to tho support of uu unworthy
enure. Hud they routramanded every
nVullable means of transposition In
the; city. It Is barely posslblo that the
ilryB would hJVe been ablo lo mus.
ter up fifty additional voters.
Thurston's mouthpleco, tho Adver
tiser, declared the other morning
that tho mitl-prohlbltlon fprces had
received the munificent donation of
$200 fronlsinalntiinl sources. For
oiu'o, believing that the morning
morning of sightless swlno might
huve really Intended to utter n truth,
then the wets certainly mude that
"two hundred" go further nud cover
u great rango ot necessities. They
went tho frugu.1 horsewlfe, trying to
run n family of' nine on fifteen a
week, a few lines better.
The auto .conspicuously figured In
the -late battlo qf ballots. It was the
fast moving machine that was ever
present and a factor In bringing vot
ers lu touch with tholr product poll
Mug placo. The machines in the hire
of the nnta were everywhere. HackB
were also pressed llto servlco. Trans.
, (Continued on Paste 2)
BY OVERWHELMING MAJORITY
The annihilation of Hie" prohibition
Ists is Increasing, It that he possible,
In Iti otcrnlicliulni; effect us Inter re
ports are being rcrelied from the eth
er Islands. Sol one product did (lie
followers nf Woollc carrj on Hit
null nud the partial returns nl-ci In
dicate this tn be n fart on Maul. The
Lunal precinct lu ulilrli there Is u reg
OAIIIJ..... .;.. 3901 960
........ 1433 524
FlltST I'ltKCIXCT, tTII HISTItlCT
Wiilalue mid Kiipiihulu Hoods:
.SF.COM I'ltKCIXCT, ITU HIS.
TIIICT King mid I'uiuihou:
TIIIIII) 1'ltKCIXCT, 4TII DISTINCT
I'unalioii SI. nud Wilder .lie.:
Yes : to
loi'inii niKCixtyr, itii dimwit
Kceauiiioku mid Wilder Aie.t
Xo ,. Hi
FIFTH I'ltKCIXCT, ITII DISTIIICT-
SIXTH 1'HF.CIXCT, ITII DISTIIKT
Soulli mid KiiMulaluio Sts.t
SKVKXTH I'ltKCIXCT, ITII
TIIICT Kupuulnii Untitling:
KlfJIITH I'ltKCIXCT, ITII
TIIICT Kinma Siiiuret
X1XTII I'ltKCIXCT, ITII HISTItlCT
Fort nud Ilcretmilat
TKXTII I'ltKCIXCT, ITII HISTItlCT
Xiiiiauii Aicniie und Hates Street)
KKKVKXTH I'ltKCIXCT. ITII HIS.
TIIICT Wnlmiiuiilo School House:
(Continued os Page 2)
m m-9 i Tk ". -i0
PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY
istration (it tnctilj-tcicu, Idled for
I'rolillillloii tnclic to three.
The ni cm helming nature of the de
feat Hint has heeii ilsltod upon the
adherents of the Tliiirstnn-Wonltc)
platform In lliiuull, Is best Indicated
by the fact that the iintl-prnhlhllloii.
Njs jiolled more totes on O.ihn than
life prohibitionists polled In the Tor
rltorj nt large.
. . 1395
LFIIIST I'ltKCIXCT, 5TII HISTItlCT
KnotuiipoLo Court House: j
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I am sorry for the people of Hawaii Woolley.
Gives results, hence has high rank among advertisers.
OF HAWAII, WEDNESDAY, JULY
Story of Woolley
Defeat, nbfolutn and 11 iirjuulinf'.l. '
for the c.imo of Woolley uud Thun
tou was quickly shnwji last evening
to the Honolulu p.ibltr. a lowd ot
hundreds gatheiliiK li front, of the
It'll I I e 1 1 n office ijijl watching hq
returns as tlie.v were rapjiliy placed
upon u targe Ijjiiird. The returns
oil.... t,.' tlin t.tiMI. hf lliu II , I I . !
1 1 ii weru )he flint and onlv returns
that were posted Ii- llonolulil.
With the returns being leeched
from all piecluets of Oahu, showing
the overwhelming war of public son
tlment In llawu'.l ngnlnst Thurston
und his phttform. the Advertiser, In
characteristic fashion, fulled to show
the icttirrs that It hud promised, but
In place of that which tho people
expected threw a collection of moving-picture
biiffooticiy upon a R reen,
with nil o-riislonal motto to the ef
fect that "jou .are never beaten
until you quit." The Thurston
Woolley plalfoim wns showi by r.:30
In be a tangled mass of wreckage be
foio tho nssaiilt of the voters of
(Continue on Pace 21
27, 1910. 10 FAQES.
M STEADILY GROWS
I ,'OLUMBUS, 0., July 27. At the
Republican State convention held to
day, Warren G. Hatting was nomi
nated for Governor. Hardintr is the
proprietor ofthe Marion Star and is
not allied totUHer fa:tion repre
sented by the'InsargcnU or regulars.
In his S'jeechvqf acceptance, he en
dcteed the tariff, conservation, all Re
publican adiiilnistrntioji measures,
and recommended' the .renomination
ot orcsiacnt, xau.
OUT ON STRIKE
CHICAG0?,11.. July .Twenty
eight thousand men of 'the Building
Trades Uiiion have Rbnc out on
strike thtQuph the refjisal of the
Chicago Elffator Company to remove
some undesirable machinists -from
the elevator works.
ATTUMWA. Iowa. July 27. At
the convention held here, the Demo
cratic state platform was formed and
adopted, in which it denounces the
present tariff as a masterpiece of in
justice. High license and local op
tion are favored.
SAN FRANCISCO, Julv 20.
Beets: 88 analysis, 14s. 8 J.; par
ity, 5.15c. Previous quotation, 14s.
Richards and Paris j
Struggle For Life
Disabled Boat Swamps In Breakers-
Daring Rescue By Dredger
(Special to the Mullet in) ,
1 Wntertown, July 20. To Honolu
lu residents, by tho names of Theo
dore Itlehards and (leorge II. I'arls.
started for l'e.irl Harbor this after-
noon In a small cat boat run by a
gasoline engine. On returning to town,
ami while In inlil channel tho engine
became disabled nud the bout drifted
Into the breakers, here It wus
I Iloth occupants were thrown Into
the water I'arls clung to tho bout
but Richards was curried off by seas.
The captain of thn South llcnd,
who saw tho bad way In which tho
(Hull' tin Wireless.)
tt IIII.O, J.ily 27. Final returns
tt from all the products of Hawaii H
tS County show that tho 1'rohtbl- tt
U tlonlsts did not curry n single t!
H precinct on this island. St
Tho returns for tho llllo pn- 8
U duct rbow 158 No und 171 Yes. U
tX I'unn cist 119 No and 77 Yes. t
U Hani kirn 33S No and 3.1 Yes Ko-
8 b'lli 8.1 No and C7 Yes Konn M
St 4'f i nud 107 Yes Kau 17 8
8 No and 30 Yes. 8
8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 t
VICTOKY OF HAWAII
lliiunll of (nihil Is uu! Hnniill of
I iilil. It Is now mi tmerlrmi Territory
j ami us Mich Hie people are tree lo ex.
press their dccMon throiiirh the bal
let. box und the result of jcscrd.i)'s
election kIiouh the m.ijurlly of the
people of this Terrllor) lire. for u got-
eriimeiit of the people, bj the people
mid for the people.
i Let Hie nl!l of the majurlt) preiall,
In promote llauall's best Interests mid
Its n el fu re.
I J XI). C. I.AXK.
A Log attacked a Deshler, Ohio,
man the, other day mid nearly killed
him. May ho uo'ie unduly peevish,
but this strikes us ns rubbing It in.
I The linlrpln goes to extremes when
It Is iiu?il us n button hook.
I Many u homely girl has -reached it
, mans ueuri wiiu nur cooKiug,
YOUR STORE GROWS, OR GOES
BACKWARD EVERY DAY AND
THE ADVERTISING DECIDES!
7RICI I OEHTI.
men worn placed. Immediately dla-v
patched tho launch tender of tho
dredger tulh rescue. Tho men who
composed the crow of tho launch took
their lives In tln-lr hands when they
entered the breakers to give nld.tn
the men who were struggling In tho
wuter. fThey first got I'arls, who wns
clinging to the overturned boat, und
then turned their attention to Itlch-
nrds, who wus battling for his life In
Tho Hawaiian deck hand of tho NJ
launch, whofco name Is 11 pi. ut once
plunged Into the raging waters und
(Continued on Face 6)
BIGGER LAKE :
(It ii 1 lot 1 ii Wireless.)
8 IIII.O. July 27. Madam I'olo '
8 smoked up last night n honor of it
8 the defeat of Prohibition. 8,
8 The lake of flro In the crater 8
8 at Kllauen nearly doubled In urea it
8 thrnu:h tho Increased nrtlvlty U
8 that started yesterday The lava tt
8 lake has formerly been nearly 8
8 round It has now Increased In 8
8 site and taken on n oblong form. 8
tt 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8
NHAN WATKINS ON
To my mind the result of Tester.
ilnjV idling Indicates u strong en. 3
ilorM'iui'Ut of the prrxent liquor lint,
mid I lii-IIcs t Hint the recent nrlloii
of Hie Commission In placing nil Im-
nations, compounds etc., on the, tabu
list, us Hell ns restricting Hie limits
of the dUtrlrt iihcrc saloons are per
nutted, uroiiM'd the uibllr to the fact
Hint Hie Commission has the situation .
mil lu liaiid uud Hint Hie general di
rer I Inn of Hie liquor business Is safe
In their hands.
It Is In be hoped thai the liquor
Interests Mill not 'become oier elated
oil urroiiiit of their ilrtor) of fester
da) mid tn Hirouirh the l.eulsluturc
to so amend the liquor Ian that the
usefulness of the l.lcene Commission
III be negiiHie.
Mld-1'nclflc lustltuto tho prettiest
post card vvr published In Hawaii
net McKluley High School and now
panoramic luw of St Andrew's Catb-'J
edrul from Kmma Square Hawaii. &
Fouth Seas Curio Co., Young llulld
Ing. 2M subjects In Hawaiian Souvo-
nlr l'oet Cards largest publishers tn
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