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THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, HONOLULU, JULY n, 1906
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Preserve and Beautify Your Houses
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Shingle Stains .
The Creosote will make
the woodwork impervious
to decay or to injury by insects, and the soft, velvety colorings
will give a beauty that can be got in no other way. They
are made with the best pig-
Tawi l-loci.se at Clin Cove, l. I. x "
c f . m. q"t. Acn-r, n.y. ment8 and pure linseed oil,
and the colors are guaranteed
to be fast. They are the
original shingle, stains, and
the only bona fide Creosote,
wood-preserving stains.
For samples on wood, prices and full information, apply to
LEWERS & COOKE, Ltd., HONOLULU.
SAMUEL CABOT, Sole Manufacturer, - BOSTON, MASS.
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The Present Law Has
Brought Many
Evils.
Monopole
retop Extra Dry
PINTS AND QUARTS.
A Honolulu Hotel manager says: "We have tried other chartir
pagnes, but. since placing your Dry Monopole before our guests they
will use no other. Also
MONOPOLE BRUT
(Club Dry.)
The perfection of a champagne you don't feel "next morning."
L-CLAIO C COMPANY, LTD.
WINE MERCHANTS.
Telephone, Main 240. 169 King Street.
Our manager has just returned from Japan with an immense
stock of 1 .
FINE- MENTAL
. G'OS
such as have never been shown in the city.
Grass Linen, Silks, Crepe Goods.
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Embroidered Shirt Waist Patterns!
NO TROUBLE TO SHOW GOODS.
SAYEGUSA
120 NuuanuSt
Just above Hotel St
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A New Supply
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of the famous
Brand
Pure
Cey loin Tea
Packed especially in little gunny sacks by the growers in Cey
lon for us.
The finest tea sold in Honolulu. '
Henry
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Retail 22- Telephones Wholesale 92.
HOTEL MHJESTI
San Francisco, Cal.
Sutter and Gough Streets
EUROPEAN PLAN
Restaurant and Grill Room in Connection
Telephone in every room. Hot and cold water.
Elevator service.
Bath.
The only First Class Hotel now in operation
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RATES': Single room, $2.00 per day and up.
per day and up.
Opened June I,
Suite, $4.00
Buss and automobile meets
every Train and Steamer
Gustav Mann, Mgr.
Editor Advertiser: In view of the
agitation going on concerning tne
liquor question, I wish to express my
self in the matter. I have been a
liquor man for many years, conse
quently can speak from experience.
It is safe to say liquor will be drunk
as long as it is made. It's absurd to
think it can be done away with en
tirely. Alcohol has been with us since
the time of the Romans and Egyptians.
(Personally, I feel if I had my way I
would stamp it from thj face of the
I earth.) The 'problem is, then, how to
control its use and sale so as to do the
! least possible harm.
I The better class, of liquor men of Ho
nolulu ask nothing unreasonable. Every
bill drawn up by them has been pigeon
holed and some radical one substituted.
"Every man to his own trade." There
fore, I shall always believe the re
spectable liquor man is better qualified
to make decent liquor laws.
In no bill the retail liquor men have
offered do vou find such enemies of
corruption as in the present one; and
everybody knows the present one is not
theirs. Here is what the present liquor
law has done:
It has brought all-night saloons
Sunday saloons, music in saloons.women
in saloons, the right to turn the places
into dance halls and brothels
It flooded the town and islands with
cheap dives, with a low, vicious ele
ment to run them. Vile poison is sold
to enable them to make profit. Cap
pers and runners have been hired, and
given a commission on the trade they
bring. Lewd women and prostitutes
are induced to hang about these places
to draw men.
It has brought more gambling than
ever and has demoralized more men
and women in one year than the
former law in two.
It has brought to life the cafe, which
cnly exists as an excuse to keep open
saloons night and day and Sundays.
The great number of cheap country
saloons has demoralized plantation
help.
The great increase of cheap saloons
has brought into the business a low.
vicious element, capable of doing any
thing. With keen competition, they
sell a deadly stuff to make the desired
profit.
The Chinese grocery shop saloons and
butcher shop saloons (which gives
them the right to open Sundays) have
ruined more young girls than all the
coffee shops.
With about $4 worth of fixtures and
no sanitary plumbing, these dirty,
filthy, dead-falls do business like a
place that spends hundreds of dollars
in sanitary measures.
The writer saw 15 or 20 people drink
ing in one of these places lately. The
glasses used were black and greasy,
and never washed. Filth was every
where. A tub of dirty water stood be
hind some barrels, and a back room
was filled with drunken men and
women some were fighting, some sing
ing and some sleeping. For five cents
they got a large glass of something
they called wine. It was cheap, and
produced the desired drunk, and that
was all that was wanted.
The fifth-class license (or country
saloon) is a failure. They were never
meant to run a regular bar room, but
for $100 per year they do this 365 days
and nights in the year. Under the old
law a saloon was situated entirely by
itself. Xot so now. A good many oc
cupy a hole in some large tenement
house, with a dozen different back en
trances, with back stairs leading to
upper rooms for all kinds of immoral
m or
In fact, it has come to pass that
these low joints can not make it pay
w ithout women about. The last Legisla
ture could not have thrown the town
wider open if they had tried. I do not
know if it would be class legislation
or not to bar the Asiatic from the sa
loon business. But I do know every
State and Territory has the right to
regulate its own liquor traffic. And I
am inclined to believe a vicious ele
ment can be barred, Asiatic or what
not.
I do not wish to throw mud at. any
one, but an Oriental coolie, who is
religiously, morally and socially differ
ent from the white man, is not the
fittest person to handle the liquor
traffic in a white man's country
I do not advance these ideas in a V
selfish way; I leave it to the general
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Asiatic has for our moral and social 1 ,
institutions. John Chinaman arid the
gentlemen from the Mikado's realm
have very few scruples while seeking
after the white man's dollar.
The question is, then, how to im
prove the conditions.' in the coming
election send honest men to the Legis
lature. Good laws can only come from
good people. Pledge the candidate be
forehand; make the license high and
limit the number; place the liquor
traffic in the hands of citizens only;
do away with the fifth-class license as
it now stands; place the power of li
censing in the hands of the Supervis
ors; keep saloons out of the residence
districts; issue licenses to responsible
men only; have no Sunday saloons, no
gambling, no music of any kind not
even squawking ' graphophones, ac
cordions, etc.; let no minors or women
be allowed in or about the places. Sa
loons should not be allowed to locate in
tenement houses, nor have doors cut
through to adjoining stores, to do
shady work. Pure liquors should be
sold. All night saloons should not be
allowed. Loungers and drunkards
should not be allowed to remain on the
premises. Heavy bonds and severe
penalties to live up to the law should
be imposed.
But after this high license and put
ting up this heavy bond, and living up
to all these restrictions, the saloon
man should have some consideration
and protection. Blind pigs, speak
easy places, and these so-called drink
ing clubs should not exist. A Federal
license only should be prima facie evi
dence to convict. There should be
stiff fines lor illicit selling, for the
first offense, and jail for the second,
and one-half of the fine should go to
the party furnishing the evidence.
There should be a graduation license.
Hotels and restaurants that keep open
night and day and Sundays, too, should
pay more than the regular, saloon.
With a good police to enforce the law,
the liquor traffic would be greatly im
proved. H. A. JUEN.
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A splendid new stock of ladicV
and children. Hose is now read v.
Plain and fancy varieties in black,
white and tan. .Moncv savin-'
prices.
white lisle gloves iut
Ladies
opened.
Dainty spotted nets in
pink and blue.
Also, a splendid assortment
ladies' white linen belts.
white,
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BL0M,
MODEL BLOCK,
FORT STREET.
Now is the Time to Wear
( Linen-Mesh J
CHAMBERLAIN'S COLIC, CHOLERA
AND DIARRHOEA DEMEDY
IN INDIA.
Mrs. Sd. L. Hiscocks writing from
Clare Road, Byculla, India, says: "I
have used and still require a good
many bottles of Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, and
have found it invaluable as a cure as
well as preventive of cholera. I have
found It most successful and so far
have never known it to fail if given
early in the stages." For sale by Ben
son, Smith & Co., Ltd., Agents for Hawaii.
A great deal of the sickness in the world is caused by
unsanitary woolen underwear. Most underwear is made of
linen which while being clean has the great disadvantage of
being cold and clammy.
By a special process of manufacture, a soft, warm, por
ous fabric has been evolved by Dr. Deimel, called Linen
Mesh, which is simply linen with the coldness taken out.
Dr. Deimel Underwear has obtained the unqualified en
dorsement of the foremost members of the Medical Profes
sion and in every part of the globe gives health and comfort
summer, winter, spring and fall.
This underwear is made in such a wide variety of sizes
that we can fit everybody.
K
LIMITED.
FORT AND MERCHANT STREETS.
By Every Steamer
from the Orient.
FULL LINE OF JAPANESE AND ORIENTAL GOODS
K. ISg)53HIMBi
KINO STREET.
NO. .
Experienced Japanese cooks, waiters, house servants, supplied
at short notice. All help guaranteed.
JAPANESE HOTELS UNION.
EMPLOYMENT OFFICE
Ring Street near Maunakea. - Tel. Main 28"
purposes. . omen can frequent tne
saloons day and night if they wish.
In fact, they can waltz right up to the
bar with the men. Women of loose
NOURISH
the body, don't dose it
with medicine. Scott's
Emulsion is the best
nourishment in existence.
It is more than a food;
you may doubt it, but it
digests perfectly easy and
at the same time gets the
digestive functions in a
condition so that ordinary
food can be easily di
gested. Try it if you are
run down and your food
doesn't nourish you.
SCOTT & BOWSE, 409 Pearl Street, New York.
ANDREWS NOT MAKING
BANK VAULTS WEAK
Lorrin Apdrews. formerly Attorney-
General of Hawaii, a&l bow a law
practitioner in Shanghai, has written a
friend here that the reports that he is
piling up gold is a mistake. He says
that no bank is being hurt by his de
posits, lie writes of having met many
Honolulu people, and one of the latest
he ran across was Albert Juul, who
was then on his way to Manila.
A FILIBUSTER'S
DESIGNS.
Sectional Bookcases
FOR THE HOME
Macey sectional bookcases for home libraries
are made in sections, half-sections, inside and out
side corner brackets, so that absolute harmony with
any interior is assured and spaces not otherwise
available may be utilized.
No other make or kind of bookcase equals the
Macey for richness of appearance and the ease with
which it can be arranged' to accord with the style
and tone of any apartment.
Our new stock is now open ready for your inspection.
H. Hackfeld & Company, Ltd.
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twenty men, but bunks can be arrang
ed in the hold for 256 more, with provi
sion for ample ventilation. She has one
complete set of sails and two extra
spars. The remaining information in
regard to her I will have to obtain and
send you to morrow I think it must
be clear to you that the opportunity
now offered you will be of incompara
bly greater value at once than Trini
dad would ever be. Still hoping that
I may have an interview with you at
an early date. re?pectfully yours,
"RALSTON MARKOWE."
What Harden-Hiekey thought of this
is not known, but as two weeks before
he received it he had written Mark
owe, asking him by what authority he
represented the Royalists of Honolulu,
it seems evident that when the crown
of Hawaii was first proffered him he
did not at once spurn it.
He now was in the peculiar position
of being a deposed king of an island in
the South Atlantic, which had been
taken from him, and king-elect of an
island in the Pacific which was 'his if
he could take it.
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Our Belts
SPS Neck
and Summer wear
Stock Hats
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Susenders
Hanck'fs
Duck
Pants
Trunks
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Valises
Shirts
Gloves
Etc.
1054 ort Street, I. O. O. F. BuiHincr and 152 Hotel Street.
FRENCH liAUWDRY
All work carefully done by hand. Shirts, collars, ladiet'
and gent s suits washed. Dry Cleaning also.
Goods called for and delivered.
J. ABADIE, Proprietor,
vyjjuxuc rear ent'ance Hawaiian Hotel. 'Phone Iihip-f',r,
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Goods. Repairs to Harness, Saddles, Trunks, Suit Cases and Bags.
ALL WORK CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED.
82 King Street, near Fort
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