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CIRCULATION LARGEST OF ANY NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED
in the Territory of Hawaii.
-j- I i Editorial Rooms,
0 man, forgive thy mortal foe,
Nor ever strike him blow for blow;
For all the souls on earth that live
To be foTeiven must forgive.
Forgive him seventy times and
For all the blessed souls in heaven
Are both forgiven and forgiven.
Prohlliltlmi can not tolonto any
opposition, but Prohibition nnil Per
jury alwnys gel along well together.
lore's to th Hawaii! She's a
winner, ami this )oar the ra c will
be ours; the more competitors the
Thiirfton tialil lie would enter. Into
partneiBhlp with Hie Devil. Now Is
Woolley II, or merely one of the
If they postpone the yacht race
long enough, Delegate ;Kuulo W.IU
get here Just In tlnio-to-Yolo ,Kor'
before the polls clone, July 2G.
Dare to say "No" Is what Clio Sun"
day Bchool teaches, and every voter
should follow up his early teachings
by voting "No" In the Plebiscite.
Not bo very long ngo.W'oollQy jvas
declaring that It was lip (o'Congrc'ss:
V,hat he really means Is that the
Prohibition and Perjury conVbtnaUon
Is up against It. ' J. '.',,',. .
" And Woolley also said: "Against
us are only the guerrillas of evil and
timidity." Which was as near to
Hid fact as Woolley ever guts when
he" deals with Prohibition.- . - X
- - . 1 ?-"
.Prepare to vote "No." ' Ytiun owji
Judgment, backed by such mciUJtj
lllshop Libert and lllslioii Uestnrlck.
Is'better than the dictation nf Wool:
ley und Thurston.
, Undoubtedly Woolley ls'"read" to
waner nil ho has and ull lTlV hones
of Hawaii en his assurance that his
brand of Prohibition will have no'
erfect on the laboring poquJc .BtJla
wall. . . .
lllshop Libert re ogntzes In' the"
Prohibition presented for the consul
erndon of the people of; HassaM ".
slick scheme to Interfere In (ho gdV-'
ernment of these Islands to the det
riment of the people.
If Wcollev and his Prohibition
were such an everlasting benefit to
Hawaiian-Americans, would Delegate
Kuhlo be approaching so rapidly on
horseback to help him hypnotize the
.(Iood attendance nt the ltepubll
ran precinct meetings Indicates that
the people intend to take an active
hand in party affairs this year. If
thli continues, boss rule will be
pigeon-holed with Woolleylsms.
Just as the Itusstan Immigration
begins to make a good showing, the
authorities start out for the Portu
guese. In support of their latest
move, the Immigration managers
have the record of the Portuguese
for having always made good In Ha.
wall. . ,
JfWoolley says much of "tho stako
of the liquor dealers" In tho Plebi
scite. If ho will put on another pair
df- glasses he will see that the peo
ple 'of Hawaii have their rights and
privileges nt stako. They will thoro.
' . DRINK NOT RESPONSIBLE .
4 The following, by Dr. M, M. Man-
i gasalrlan, is taken from "The tabor
I Imagine tho prohibitionists nsk'bg
me, "Should a man bo permitted to
encourage or commit crime In tho
, narao of personal liberty?" I have
, no hesitation in answering "No." No
citizen Is freo to encourngo crime or
to commit crime. But Is It truo tiiat
the manufacture aud the nolo and tho
uso of liquor Is a hurt to ono's neigh
bor? Let us look ut that luestlon
calmly aud dispassionately. Thu Su-
.- preme Court bus decldod that no man
can be deprived of his porsoiuil llb-
K orly oxcqpt for the commission of
PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.
( aler td l th Putollicc at Honolulu
u secon1-?ls matter
JULY 0. 1910
foro vote down the Wool lev brand of
Prohibition and uphold the present i
"It Is up to the llnwallani,'' says
Woolley. That Is his latest. Not
many weeks ago ho Raid, "If we are
defeated in tins light, then we win
take tho matter again before Con-
fptPHV " It In ll!i!fpil mi tn flip lln
wallan-Amerlcan voters of this Tor-
Itory to put a flnnt quietus on the
Woolley campaign nt home and
That muss meeting In New irk,
aflc.- having secured n free trip to
Honolulu fur one or more delegates,
will have a:compllshed Its full pur
pose. We hnve no doubt these dele
gates will deal as kindly with Ha
waii as Woolley has done, and he Is
paid by local financiers to rail people
names If they bo "against us."
Prohibition Is bringing to light
'ots 'or selfsncrlflcd' for the benefit
it tho dear people. Think of Wool
ley with nothing but his salary from
he Antl Saloon Lenguo to depend
lpun, und only his grcnt love for
ilUB JVlL -ili'jl .the Hawallans that
aused him tn tako up his residence
.n the Islands Just as long as the
(altyy . held out rtnd was largo
WOOLLEYITES AND THE BISHOP
"Liar" Is tho first thought that np-
fiears to hav entered the Woolley.
brain of tho Prohibition organ after
reading the powerful arraignment of
Prohibition uttered by tho lllshop of
thoCatholl(! church In theso Islands.
44mtrlH-(i-ery- sound argument for
Prohibition, from tho Prohibition
Htanilnolnbut It, docs not convince
'anyone5 WncTW Iri'it state of mind to
5KU1 with public question In u mnn
ner to best Rervo the common good.
VWiU)jti.mltLVhen forced to the
.wulLjtr their hypoeilsy usually say
something. spiteful If their ocabulary
has not already been exhausted.
Hut the Woolley organ males Itself
ridiculous in this Instance as In most
every other contention relating to
After confessing that each man Is
entitled to Ills opinions, It proceeds
to Insult the Dlshup of tho Catholic
church when It Buys that ho didn't
know what ho was talking about
when he said In effoct that Woolley
went on a secret mission to Washing
ton to manipulate the laws of the
country and whocdlo the lawmakers
Into taking a'way from the citizens of
Hawaii a largo measure of tholr pres
ent privileges of self government.
It la Biiggcstcd that Woolley went
to Washington with bells on and his
movements wore duly announced by
tho Morning Mother of Illlnd Pigs;
and that the lllshop has bcon misled
by the BuHotln.
We are surprised that tho Woolley'
Ucs aro ready to admit that tho bul
letin could mislead anyone, but
when they charge such a clearheaded,
observant, keen, and Independent
thinker as Bishop Libert, with having
reached his conclusions by what ho
has learned from a single source, wc
are moro surprised that thoy don't
represent tho D U 1 1 e 1 1 n as tho Preat
Horned Toad, Thurston's partner
lllshop Libert voices the general
crime. The question tlun U this: la
the man who drinks or maKis or sella
liquor n criminal?
That Is the point, and I will shuv
you that In tho history of tho World,
and of nations und of Individuals tne
uso of liquor has playod 'i ery Inslg
nltlcant rolo as far as roipuuslUlIt"
for crime, is concerned.
I You must remember that tno pro-
hibltlouist us a rule Is n .n'ui of rollg
lous tendencies. Ha Is coubuluntlous
ly nnd honestly a religious man, und
.his great urgument Is that his lllblo
Is against It, nnd when wo Juvo brok
en down that defense wo have really
'produced a lasting Impression, upon
Wchiawa 2 Bedrooms $10 00
Pearl Harbor : 3 " 50.00
Kalmuki ,6 " 45.00
Beretania St .. .2 " 25.00
Thurston Ave '. 4 " 40.00
Kamehamcha IV. Bd ...... 4 " 25.00
Matlock Ave , . , , A " 25.00
Lowers Rd , 3 . " 30.00
KaimukL 2 " 30.00
Kaimuki -.2 " 20.00
Emma Lar.c '. '. . 1 " 12.00
Ninth Ave 2 " 35.00
Peck Ave 2 " 22.50
' King St .2 " 30.00
Trent Trust Co., Ltd.
sentiment of tho citizens of Hnwnll,
Including working members of the so
called Prohibition League, when he
Bays that the presence und the mis
sion of Woolley in Wnshlngton wns
an assault upon tho liberties of the
citizens of this Territory, and his ut
terances before the Congressional com
mittee an-lnsult to all self-respecting
The Prohibitionists know this. If
they thought otherwise they would
not have changed their plans for hav
ing Woolley tour the Islands. If the
Prohibitionists were not satisfied ol
tho contempt tho people of these Is
lands have for Woolleylsms, thcy
would not have kept him In the back
ground during their struggle to de
ceive the llnrallun voters In connec
tion with thealcomlng Plebiscite.
Dlshop Libert does not have to ar
gue tho question. Ho has only to
point to ono tf many Instances where
the people ofllic Islands hnvo repud
iated the secret mission of Woolley.
It Is worthy of note that tho busi
ness men of Honolulu made their
optnlons kno4n In strong terms when
they found out what Woolley was do
ing. Now If Woolley und the Woolley
Hcb were so open und aboveboard
what was tbo need for Attorney
Thompson tonotify the peoplo of Ho
nolulu what was going on In Wash
logon, and what was the need for the
people of Honolulu to rally Immed
iately nnd utter their protect against
Ilia dark-lantern, gum slice, gumo of
Tho fact of It Is that Truth and Jus-
t: it n tt t: :i t: i! ti tt tt :: ::
him, Now I want to urgue wljli you
the position of tho lilble upon this
question, but before I do that 1 vuu
to show you that uf-jill tho sivai
crimes mentioned In the Bible, Ilquoi
occupies u very minor, role. What do
you say was the nrst:grvat crime I It
was the full of Adum. As a result oi
that crime, we uro told, tho whole
world was cursed, and that vu were
exposed to the fires of hell; that it
made tho death of God's son 'tetcs-
sury for our redemption, und yet It
was not drink that caused the fall ol
Adam, It shows that tho real cause
of crlmo Is ambition. It is In tho na
ture of man. It Is not in tho apple
which Adam ate; it is not lu tho wills
ky which the man drlnkj. Adum wub
not Intoxicated when ho sinned. What
was tho first murder that was ever
committed? It was that of a brother
shedding the blood of a brother. That
was a heinous crime. Wus It drink
that caused this first awful murder!
Was. Cain Intoxicated? The lilble goes
to prove that the real cause of crlmo
Is not drink; It Is hate. It is Jealousy.
What was thu grcut and shameful
sin of King David? He coveted Ills
neighbor's wife, but she had a hus
band to possess her; ho arranged for
tho death of her husband und tlion ho
married her. Was It drink that was
responsible for that shameful stain
upon tho reputation of ono of the
great men of the lllblo? No; It was
We read in tho lllblo that frequent
ly tho peoplo were In great distress,
In rebellion, lu riot nnd In massacre,
but never once is It mentioned that
all this misery' was brought upon
them by drink. Look what un Insig
nificant rolb drink plays In tho Btory
of the Bible.
Sodom and Gomorrah were so
wicked, It Is said, they were visited
with fire from Heaven. Yet It Is not
mentioned that It was from drink. Tho
saloon keeper nnd the brewery woiu
not responsible for tlto destruction of
those cities. I think that the prohlbl
tlonlsts ought to bo generous enough
to look ut the fucts when thoy nttrib
tlto nil tho crime to the drink evil, as
thoy cull it. Tho real cautea of r.rlme
nro In human nuturo. What do you
Bay was tho gmatcut crime in the
New Testament? It wu3 the betrayal
of Jesus by Judas. Did he dj It on
account of drink? No' but lor n few
pieces of silver, nnrt w.io would say
that It ' tho (free circulation n! Bllver
which caused his -tiliW
tlco will prevail and that Iv where
Woolley and his crowd are Up against
Not satisfied with Insulting the good
sense of the community ns to what
Woolley did whllo In Washington,
they add to their evil deeds by put
ting tho self-sacrificing, consecrated
workers of the Catholic church In the
same class with such "outsiders" as
It Is doubtful If a greater desecra
tion could bo suggested.
Tho organ of Woolley Prohibition
has tho effrontery to speak the name
of the devoted men und women of the
Catholic Church who have given
their lhcs for the uplift, education,
healthy prosperity of tho Hawaiian
people, tho men and women who have
and nro ministering to the sick, the
needy and the distressed, In tho Bntne
lines nnd r'efer to them ns of tho samo
calibre as tho Prohibition campaigner
Just what further crime Prohibition
may commit against tho finer moral
sensibilities of the people of Hawaii is
not hard to estimate. The campaign
ers show tt,ey Intend to go the limit
And tho Prohibitionists who do
these things, who snarl ut the leaders
of tho church, who try to evade re
sponsibility for their words condemn
ing tho Hawaiian people Woolley
said In Washington, "Thu native popu
lation needs and deserves promprund
powerful Intervention In the matter"
theso cnmiialcners exuect thu uco-
plo of Hawaii to support them nt the
They say that tho cause of Prohlbl
tlon is up to tho Hawallans.
Dlshop Libert nnd his church hnvo
led the Hawallans Into paths of tem
perance, vlrtuo und peace.
What did tho Woolloyltes ever do in
the Bnme cause?
CENTRAL UNION CHURCH.
Morning service ut 11. Dr. Whllo
will Rpcnk on "Tho Thrco Specific
Sins That Crucified Christ."
Kvcnlng Service nt 7; 39. AddroRs
by Dr. White on "Milking n LUIiig"
and ".Making a Life."
The mulo q'uaitct will sing at both
Bible School at 9:G0 a. m.
ChiUtlan Kudcnvor Meeting ntfi:30.
Will bo led by tho AbsL Minister.
Subject- "Tho War Against tl.o Sa
loon." Ihp general public Is Invited to
Real Estate for Sale
Modem story and' a half house
in good locality $3000
A home in Kaimuki, on car
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Price 4750 .
25 acres of land, improved, in
Palolo Valley. Bargain price
for quick sale.
Residence of 0. L. Wight, Puiwa,
Nuunnu Valley, furnished, for one,
year. ' v '
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Kinau St. (4 bedrooms) 45- a.
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Seven n;res. House with
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All modern conveniences.
Frontage, on upper Manoa
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Terms Can Be Arranged
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Office open from eight to ten on
(Continued from Page 1)
tlon' held In Kallua. It is Bald that
Krcd K, Hockley, ono of the agents
of the prohibition league, gave n
pointed nnd effective talk to those
present. He enld that the pastors
and pronounced elders nnd members
of the Congregallonnl churches
throughout the Islands were not do
ing according to what they wore
preaching In their churches. Had
they dune so, he continued, tho conn
try nnd Its people would be bettoi
Ho concluded by stating that tho
only people who wero earnest lu
their work wore tho Mormons, who
were now taking nn nctlvo part In
the prohibition work throughout the
Some of tho members of the Com
mlttco of One Hundred, he Bald, were
not doing the right thing by the
league, In thut they do not came
forward lllto mon nnd fuce the prob
lem openly nnd fearlessly.
llecklcy, while traveling on Ha
waii, was received well by his ka
mnatniiB. They wero glad to hear
him make truo and pointed state
ments regarding u certain class of
prominent belf-Btyled prohibitionists.
Those who realized that thoy wore
not doing much work for the suci-esi
or tho prohibition movo in the Ter
ritory admitted to him (Ileckley)
that they were Bhy .In going anil
telling the peoplo to stop drinking
and to support prohibition.
The natlvo Hawallans nro anxious
to hear Mr. Woolloy at a public place,
icgnrdlng his propaganda. Thoso
who do go to church on Sundnya
have heard hlnj; but others havo
not us yet heard him tell the story
regarding his proposition.
According to thoso who hnve
heard him tnlk prohibition In Ka
wulahao , hurch, thoy think that ho
l.as not explained enough to con
vince them that It is a good thing
to havo prohibition here In Hawaii.
Another matter Hint the native Hit- j
wnilnus would like lo hear ffom him
Is whether he did nctually liken the
Hawallans to Indians when express
ing his vie ad before the committee
In Washington. Unless Mr. Woolley
ran explain this matter to the eat
Isfactlon of the Hawaiian voters, It
Is. hardly possible thut his scheme
will work In UiIb Territory, nt leaBt,
mj for us tho nntlvo votcrB nro con
corned, They are itidlgnnnt at be
ing rltissod with "Ihdlans."
One of the workers of the prohi
bition league staled openly, SlncO
lllzhop Libert made his statements In
the Bulletin, Hint Mr. Woolley,
ns n malllilnl, has no right whatevor
under the sun to Interfoin with local
matters which can hu controlled by
the Hoard of Liquor Cuiimil dinners.
lie believed that Woolley was trcs
passing another mnai'a ilgh -l d that I
he had no business To dlctuti to tin
Hawallans to do that which he
thinks should he done.
He Btated this morning that 'the
best thing to do was to make n clean
nnil nhsolntn nrohlhltlnn. Hi le-!
fused to hu quoted.
"1 don't believe In this kind of
prohibition," ho said. "If Woolley
nnd others want prohibition, let
them ndvo:nle Ltrl.t ami ubiolute
prohibition. Let them work ngaltat
the Importation (,f liquor first and
then stop the manufacture und sate
of liquor in this country. 1 don't bo-
llevo In stopping tho manufactuie
and sate or liquor he.-eand allowing
the llquoi f.on abroad to bo Im
ported to Hawaii nel. That Is un
just tnd ui.ftl.. 1. Is taking away
and tiesnasulng on another man's
right nnd privilege."
".re you I -t supporting Wool-ley'-
mfii llliui?" he wbb asked.
"No, Blr," lie answered, "hecnuro
It ucei not tenj to piolltilt tho Im
portation of liquor f i om' nbroad.
What Is the mc of stopping the salo, pralso Pc-runa, but the Industrious ue
of heme made liquor end nPovlng'tul women engaged In manual toil
tho foreign liquor to be imported In ' would not bo wltbotit Dr. Hartinan's
a country wno-e mem is a pronnu
Mon law?" ho tjuettloi.l. "It would
do mole hirui than good. What I
am l.i favor or Is prohibition In Its
lu cciiuluilon, he stated that If the
church people would only work more
Indiut.lr.usl.v and praierfully there
would be mole pood urcompllshcd
among their fellow mon.
"Work on tho extension of the- Hllo
Hallway Is going forward In flrst
rlats shape. Mr. Shingle of the
Henry Wntoi house Trust Company,
thiuugh whom the bond3 were float
I'd, iL'iehed word this morning that
ten inc.: of the engineer corps are nt
work on the extension tieyond Ha
kaltrn. The axtenslcn of the road south,
(oven nilli'i beyond Kapnhn, to Cunt
und Il'ote'8 lumber mill. Is Just
about (oinpi'led. Operations of this
tectlim of thu toad will begin lu
STIJAMITH TIMi: was ma-Jo be
twrcn auviotu nnd .Honolulu by the
tilm Aiiicilcun ship Marlon Chllcott
This vessel appealed off the harbor
rally thli morning and her log show
ed that tho came down from tha coast
In eleven and cne half diys. The
Chllcott brlngi a full cat go of ficl
oil for tho Associated Oil Coojpany.
The ousel wus brought Inside the
harbor by the Matson tug Intrepid
and w nt n ong side tho railway wharf
A large and complete stock
of the Famous
LADY'S AUD CHILDREN'S
hive Just arrived. Brine the
B'l;y and show it this beau
ALL Ni:V AND KXCLUSIVh
Regal Shoe Store
ia::a and bethel
SUFFERED FOR YEARS
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1MJ73. CHAS. GF103 LOUIS.
MIIH. CHAfJnitOS LOUIH, Indlin
Lorctte, Quebec, Can., writes)
"For yean I suffered front a disease
thai the doctors did not understand.
"One day 1 rctul lu the papnr about
your excellent remedy, Peruim. 1 pro
cured a bottldof ltand took Itnccordlng
to directions. It was not long uutll I
observed a change for tho better.
"T can saj that l'erunn hat cured ma.
I could not take any nourishment ex
"I will at all times ay s good word
for I'ertma. I hold it In Ihu hlgbtut
Not oulv women of rank nnd lclnre
The doctor his prescribed It for many
thousand women every J car nnd he
never falls to receive a multltuds of
letters like tho above, thanking him
tor Ills advice, and especially for tn
wonderful-benefits received from IV
The followinir wholesale druccist
s will supply the retail trade: BEN
SON, SMITH & CO.. Honolulu, Ha.
Preparations for tho election on
July 2G aro nearlng completion and
tho force of tho olllco of Territorial
Secretary Mott-Smlth lias been moro
than busy forlheTIast Tow days doing
the final work.
I-nrgo proclamation posters havo
been prepared and uro now ready for
distribution, naming tho precincts and
precinct officers us well us containing
a copy of tho question to be voted up
on, tho question being printed in both
English and Hawaiian.
niunk ballots for the election luuu
nearly ull been sent out to thu differ
ent precincts and within u few days
the last of them will hnvo been re
ceived In the places whero they nro
to be used.
ALLEGED GROSS CHEAT,
Goo Wan Hoy, ti well-known Chi
nese, had n warrant sworn out for
his nricet this morning by another
Chinese, Chang Chan. It nppearu
frcni tho complaint that Goo obtain
ed $27 worth of bedsteads In return
.'or n che::k on tho Tlrtt National
Uank. The check Is alleged In bo
ivoithlcj, and Goo's nrrcit on u
charge of gross cheat was ordered.
"Vvr Snle" enrdu nt llulVlln
will purchase a
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of ScjJptMetteripp;, together
with 100 stylish Cards print
ed from the same, at
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