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BVBNIMG BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T H, SVT'JRDAY, JULY 1C, 1910
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.JULY 10, 1010
"Let us have liberty. There will
be no abuse of it." Bishop Libert.
Y Woolteylam uiubi go. Vote Aolo-No.
I'lnchnt elves Ilooievelt all the
glory, lint asks that William Kent
ami ltlram Johnson he allowed the
favor of the votes.
The latest record shows that nn
automobile accident may result from
Inability to gpt out of the way, as
well as from speeding.
' 'What does Woolley care whether
Prohibition brings on a labor crltil.i?
lie can fold up his tent and ult the
place without much loss when tho
ProhlbllloiiMi, lilt It right If tlicy
say that I'lnhlliltlun booze kills
That Is the le mil of Maine ami
every other I'ruhlliltlon State. Hut
Prohibition i.ever killed tho l"02e
Hvery murderer has to invent some
excuse, like the buy who didn't know
It was loaded. Hut Prohibition does
not reduce the number oJmurdercrs
who look to whiskey forsjttolr hope
of escuplug the gallows.
'"Did you notice an odor of whis
key on Ills breath?" asked the re
porter of the Morning Mother of
llllud Pigs. , .
"Oh, jes, I call, smell theWTfWkev
on jour breath," responded "tire-lady .'
who misunderstood the query of tho
member of the Prohibition Commit
tee of One Hundred.
Prohibitionists after reading over
Delegate Kuhlo's letter to J5enntor
I.ariH haw decided that the Delegate,
If here nn July 26, would ."Wrole
No. Prohibition Is not thrcijt.
tentative of temperance, amjyiuhlo
Is keen enough to know thagte WW
fqoled by tho people who got his
name for the Committee of One Hun
dred. ' Having been taken off the' stage
because of Ibo damage he does the
cuuse, ' Woolley Is- allowed to let
loose on the public a barrel of his
a'nrlentermons on Prohibition that
haVo become useless on the main
land. Dealers In this second-hand
huid-meidowns are the persons back
of Wbollej's de.lnratlbn that the
rcali question of the Prohibition
plebiscite Is the capacity of the Ha.
wallans for self-government. Should
they follow Woolley teachings there
might be cause Jo doubt community
lly repeating Its misrepresentation
of past history, tho organ of Prohi
bition .Is merely piling up addition
al evidence that the people of Ha
waii support the present license law.
If ail the manipulation credited to the
liquor dealers were true, this could
not do, otherwise than prove tnat
the people stand by tho present li
cense .law, have found it a good
law, and will not allow it to bo
chanced by either those Interested
In the' liquor busli.ess or by tho fa
uallcs.of Prohibition. The Prohibi
tionists are now being dealt with,
and they will be treated to an over
whelming vote of Aole-N'o.
business men whom Woolley has
scooped up in his gencrnl condemna
tion, "Against us nrc only tho guer
rillas of evil and timidity," but whoso
Integrity and good moral standards
cannot be successfully assailed
Prohibition Is without friends
among tho majority of tho fair minded
and conservative thinking and tiding
pcoplo of Hawaii.
Prohibitionists know this, for their
chief claim to possible success at thu
Iiolls Is thut they will git tho votes of
men who huvo dcclnred agulust Pro
hibition but will secretly vote for It.
Their only hope rests, uccordlng to
their own statements, upon the treach
erous, tho traitorous, tho unmanly
creature in human form whoso word
Is absolutely woithless.
The mere fact that tho Prohibition
ists cater to such u follow Ing and fos
ter such degraded acts and thoughts
umoug voters of this Territory should
bo enough to condemn them In the
minds of right thinking people, and
subject them to u more crushing do
feat. IK this Issuo or tho Hull i' tin is
given u symposium uf views on Prohi
bition held by men of ability and ac
tion, men on whom tho people depend
tor business progress nnd moral
The w tight of moral HentlniPiit Is
not only against Prohibition but tho
tide Is setting stronger every duy.
Prohibition and religious
Prohibition has had some mlglity
bard blows slnco tho people have be
come fully informed an the perfect
hypocrisy It represents, but It Is
doubtful It lu any othor city or Terri
tory of the country there has over
.been such au urruy of churchmen and
business men coming forward against
the miserable farce, us in this city
Leaders of three churches repre
senting, an, overwhelming majority of
the; church communicants In tho Is
lands, have expressed in pluln and con
vincing language their belief that tho
Prohibition scheme of Woolley" and
his 'following ou which tho people
vote July 26, is wrong, absolutely
harjuful ii) Its Intlitence on the com
nnjaity should it meet with any do-
-- PROHIBITION KILLING.
"Tho present law only curbs tb
boozo buiiiness; prohibition will kill
It," says tho unsophisticated Morning
Mother or Wind Pigs.
-Malne-isjono of the samples of Pro-
hlbltlon-i'kllllng tho boozo business,"
ana flVerV niuvminnAr -frnnt lm ulnlA
EtVos "llrt-sjrttly record of drunks be-
lore tho police courts of prohibition
titles and towns. Tho most recent new s
Items brought to local notice shoved
ul6ht drunks in court for one day In
tho small town of Plttsfleld, Maine
Probably these men bccuine Intoxicat
ed ou ozone, for we nro assured thut
"Prohibition kills tho boozo business."
For tlirco days running, tho pollco
court of thu University City of Wut
crvllle, Mulne, devoted Its time to dis
posing of drunks. Hero Is unother
instance of how Prohibition "kills the
From the same Stato comes tho ac
count of u suspected murder caso fol
lowing a drunken orgy, within a fow
miles or tho home of Mis. L. M. N
Stevens, where Prohibition should
"kill the boozo business" If It does In
any place on earth.
Dut Prohibition docs not now nnd
never has killed the boozo business.
Calling pcoplo names can't Convince
them that the Prohibitionists spenk
other than a falsehood when they put
forth nny such claim In behalf of Pro
Prohibition liquors kill more men
and do moro damago physically and
morally than licensed liquors have
Prohibition has novcr been effective.
The present license law or tho Terri
tory of Hnunll In.
That Is why tho voters or tho Terri
tory will mark their ploblsclto bullots
opposite the words Aole, No.
Not only do the clergy of this Ter
ritory 'huvo tho Prohibition politics
sized up accurately, but they are In
line with a steudlly growing number
or pulpit occupants on tho mainland,
Hov. Walluco M. Short, who was
formerly pastor or the Congregational
church In St. Louis und Is now pastor
of tho First Congregational church or
Sioux City, Iowa, hus given his opin
ion of tho Anti-Saloon aggregation
who work ror peir and nro doing much
the same stunts that Woolley has put
on tho boaids in Hawaii.
This pasjor bus been called tone
count by soW of hi? intolerant asso
ciates in the" creed, but what he buvs
Is fact and they know It. In ono or
his roccnt sarmonsHov.', short saldt
"Wo havo gotten ourselves In a
Houses For Rent
Wahiawi 2 Bedrooms $20 00
Kaimuki 7th Ave 0 " 45 00
Beretania St 2 " 25 00
Thurston Ave 4 " 40.00
Kamehamclm IV. Bd 4 " 25.00
Matlock Ave , , ,2 " 25.00
Lcwcrs Bd ,.,,1 " 30.00
Christlcy Lane ,.2 " 15,00
Kaimuki Uth Ave , 2 " 32.00
Emma Lane 2 " 12.00
Kaimuki 9th Ave 2 " 35 00
Kaimnki 12th Ave 2 " 32,50
Kaimuki 2 " 22.50
Kam. IV. Rd. 3 " 25.00
Kaimuki 9th Ave. 2 " 22.00
Waipio 3 " 12,00
Beretania St. 2 " 17.50
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HOW TO VOTE
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YWien ynu rioHic your ballot nt the polling plnre nn .Inly 20
(lie ilii) of Hie plebiscite lit determine whether llinvnll Is to continue
miller the best liquor lint In Hie L'lilted Slates or be nhllclcd with n
Viollc).nini!c statute Hie losing form "III iippc.ir ns fulloivsi
SPECIAL ELECTION JULY 26, 1910.
TERRITORY OF HAWAII
Vote by marking n cross (X) nfter tliq word
"Vi'V or "No" in flio square ruled pnce provided
for that purposo.
-Jiolm inn ko kitlia aini" i ke'n, (X), iutilioie o ku
liunolclo "Ae," a i ole, "Aole," iimloko o ko kueii i
ruin in, i hoonuikmiknu in no in men.
Slinll tliu legixluturo to 10 elected in November,
nineteen liiiinlied uud tell, bo requested to puss, nt
iln lirst legulur session, n law prohibiting thu niiinu
fncttire or i-alo within tho Territory of intoxicating,
spirituous, vinoui, nnd malt liquont, except for medi
cinal and scientific purposes?
K koiia nku unci ku nbaolelo c kolioia aku ami mn
Xovciiialm, uuiikuiiiauutivvn liauuri mt' uini, e hooholo
ma koua kau immmua i kttmivvai o'hooknpu loa ami
i k:i liiiunin una nine kc kuniia nun ululoko o ku Tcri
tore, i nn waionti, na wninuu i puhiitij i lioawaawaia,
a i hoobuiiii, koe wale no u:i liaiui liip.uiu nine nn liana
To volt against Hie proposed Wonllcj -Thurston law place n
cross murk In the square opposite the words "0"uiid lis llitvvnll.iii
UIIS IS A VOfK IN SUPPOIIT OF Till: KXISTIXH MOUOU
TltAFFIC COMHIMi h, AlMI.M.STi:iti:i IX HACII VOVXn
of Tin: Toiimmv iiy a iioviid or fivi: commissioxkhs,
appoixti: iiv Tin: tiovoxoit of iiaivaii.
strango situation when an army of cupatlon depends upon tho continued
men nro organising to light tho saloon existence of the saloons,
and nro drawing salaries that their "During tho lust sixty years about
uMlltlcs would not command In tlulr three-fourths of our territory bus
regular catlings, and whoso very oc- beon covered by prohibitory laws. i
The Wide - Open
of the saloon should be nailed up
FIRST. Then it will be time to
hunt around in the dark alleys
for the saloon's litter the Mind
Vote for Prohibition
w.irpcd and somewhat depraved
They are claiming for Prohibition
that which they know It will not do
liver. They base their hopes on de
ception by their orrn 'falsehoods and
perjured iction by the votcri at tho
ThU must be the situation if the
local organ represents the Prohibition
canto and Woolley Is ltd prophet.
Kiiultiiiy (omlltloiis at w'ulp.ihu nrd
greatly lmproyed Is the Information
given out by the president or tho
lioattl of Health, a clean-up which has
Lvon going on ror nomo time being
now about complied
Krnnk Cook or tho Hoard staff has
been In charge or the work with sev
eral assistants anil shacks have been
demolished, rubbish gotten rid of and
the drainage much improved.
1 ho placo is no longer considered a
mennce to health.
"" ; -"Por Rent" cards on sle at
the Bulletin office.
Seven acres. House with
large living room, two bed
rooms, garage, servants' quar
All modern conveniences.
Frontage on upper Manoa
Terms Can Be Arranged
Bishop Trust Co., Ltd.
Instantaneous Communication '
On Sunday mornings the office is
onen from eidit to ten.
the gruft of lav enforcement has be
come ono of the most disgusting and
embittering elements In this disgust
'I lie per capita consumption of alco
hol as a beverage bus doubled.
"When n man tells us he has Issued
2000 Injunctions against liquor deal
ers In Kansas City, Kan., Is It not fair
to ndd that tho laws of Kansas allow
a 1200 fco for each Injunction nnd that
PROHIBITION liOOZE PROMISES.
Prohibition's local organ sus thut
Prohibition kills the booro trade
Prohibitionists have proved that
tl.ey nio willing to say anything, but
In this connection it Is important to
check up on what the Prohibitionists
Ono of tho cliculurs Issued Lv tho
I'rohlbltlonlsts umoug the Hawaiian
American voters duc.urns that under
Prohibition, as proposed by the Wool
ley aggregation, tho ilunallans enn
send to the Const and get all tho
liquor thoy want.
' When this latest pha3c or Prohibi
tion hypocrisy was exposed tbo Wool
lejitcs hud no denlul to utter. They
arc llko tho fallen woman who was
bad nnd gloried in It.
Their position must bo false accord
ing to their own tstlmato framed by
costs but a very little more
than what you used to pay
for plated ware, but it will
last a lifetime.
OurN stock of Silverware is
large and varied.
Get our prices for comparison.
Ii. F. Wichman
& Co.. Ltd.,
Real Estate for Sale
Modern story and a half house
in good locality $3000
A home in Kaimuki, on car
line. large lot, with remod
eled house in- excellent con
dition. This property can be
bought en easy instalments.
25 acres of land, improved, in
Palolo Valley. Bargain price
for quick sale.
Residence of C. L. Wight, Puiwa,
Nuuanu Valley, furnished, for one
Furnished, Possession July 1, -1010
Anapuni St. (2 bedrooms) $35
Kinau St. (4 bedrooms) 45
'j v iWi
About two hunched families plant
grape vines and furnish" this company
with grapes. Should prohibition pass,
two hundred farmers will be ruined
and forced to go to the plantations for
a living. '
These people purchased their little
farms and built, their homes on them
on the strength of the law exempting
grape lands from taxation; put all their
hard earnings into the business to be
now ruined by prohibition.
, v:. . ' A. V. TAVARES,
i -'il5 '
5. i ,' S1. ,.'
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Vii.iCK'OiJiuis is luo testimony oi me
Fort and Merchant Streets