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WA1LUKU, MAUI, H. T., SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1904
NUMBER 4 '':.
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ILAHAINA, . . MAUI
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Republicans of Maul Nominate Rep
resentative Citizens for Senate
Precinct Club nnd Townspeople
Fonst ii nd Entertain the
At 10:30 b M. on Monday the Rep
ublican District Convention of the
Second Senatorial and Third Repre
sentative District was convened ftt
Lahaina, with Judgo A. N. Kepniksw
as temporary chairman. Opening
prayer was offered by Rev. S. Kapu,
after which a credential committee
consisting of Delegates H. P. Bald
win, W F. Poirue, George O. Cooper
and S. Kapu wero appointed by the
Chair. After a short r&'cess the com
mittee reported, seating; all the dele
gntes in perBon or by proxy, The
question of the status of delegates
from the newly created precincts was
raised by Delegate S. Kapu and call
ed forth discussion .until Chairman
Kepoikai called attention to the fact
that no action could be taken in the
matter until permanent organization
' Delegate Kapu nominated Hon. A.
N. Kepoikai as permanent chairman,
nominations closed and he was elect
ed by acclamation. On taking tho
gavel, .Judge Kepoikai courteously
thanked the convention for tho honor
they had conferred upon him, adding
that ho was glad to bo allied to the
republican party and expressing the
hope that each of tho.delegates would
take it upon themselves to show their
brothers on the opposite side, that
the Republican party w the party of
progress and prosperity, and that
the platform of the Republican party
was built to bring democrats and
homo rulers home to the "Republican
party. He further added tkhat the
time was ripe tor the spectators pro
sent to come out and declare them
selves for the republican party, a.ud
speoially requested Hon. Wm. White,
who was present to sst the ball roll
ing in tho right direction.
W. E. Henniug was tchosen Vice-
Present; J. N. K. Keola, Secretary;
T. M. Church, Treasurer and R. W.
Filler, Auditor; all of whom wore
On motion of Delegate H. P. Bald
win, the following committee of fivo
on Rules and Regulations wero ap
pointed: J. D. McVeigh, First Dis
trict; W. E. Henning, SecondDistrict:
W. A. McKay, Third District; H. P.
Baldvin, Fourth District, ana" W. P.
Haia, Fifth District. An adjourn
meut was taken to 2 o'clock P. M. at
which time tho committee submitted
their report consisting of fourteen
articles. Article 1 outlined tho
governing power of the District Com"
mittee, relating both to tho Precinct
Clubs and to tho Territorial Com
mittee. Article 2 provided officers
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For the Island of Molbkal
'to hold for two years. Articles 3, 4, 5,
6, and 7 dealt respectively with Ihe
duties of the District Committee of
ficer!, and all carried as read except
rule 0 which had a rider added that
the Secrotary should submit a report
t the District Committee whenever
required as to what business had been
transacted an per his minutes from
tho time he took office. Article 8
specified that the Executive Com
mittee should consist of one member
from each of the twenty precincts.
Article 9 defined tho duties of the
Executive Committee. Article 10
made a majority of the mem'bers of
the Executive Committee a quorum,
and Article 11 fixed two-thirds of the
members of the District Committee
as a quorum.
Article 12 provided that ail pro
cincts should have the privilege of
nominating representatives, appor
tioned as follows: Precincts 1 and 2,
one candidate; Precincts 3, 4 and 5,
one candidate; Precinct G, onecandi
date; Precincts 7, 8, 9 and 15, one
candidato; Precincts 10 and 11, one
candidate; Precincts 12, 13 and 14,
one candidate. This brought Dole
gate Kalua to his feet in a rousing
speech in which ho argued that as the
sixth precinct had been divided, it
was only fair that both Waib6o and
Waikapu bo recognized and given a
voice in the selection of candidates
Chairman Kepoikni offered an amend
ment that the selection of candidates
be apportioned according to the Judi
cal or Taxation Districts, which would
give a reprosentative from Hana,
Makawao, Wailuku, Lahaina and Mo
lokai, and one delegate at large.
Delegate McKay suggested that as
Makawao had a senator already, and
proposed putting up another senator
and two representatives, and Lahai
na and Molokai together would bo rep-
presented by a senator and two rep-
presentatives, tho candidate at large
should come from Wailuku, thus
giving Wailuku District two repre
sentatives. This led to a long dis
cussion led by Delegate Baldwin, sup
ported by the Hana, Lahaina, Molo
kai and Makawao delegates against
Wailuku having a secoud representa
tive, while Delegates Kepoikai,
Kalua and McKay fought for the
measure. Finally on motion ot Dele
gate Kalania the consideration of
Articlo 12 was temporarily postponed
until the convention could caucus on
a settlement of the matter.
Article 13, outlining the order of
business and Article 14 providing for
changes in the by-laws, wore passed,
and the convention went into caucus
for half an hour, at tho end of which
time the convention was callod to
gether again, and after some slight
amendments to Article 13, adjourned
to 9.30 A. M., Tuesday morning.
9:30 a. m. Sept. G. Tho session
was again opened with prayer and
after the reading of tho minutes and
other routine Delegate Baldwin made
a motion that article. 12 bo adopted
as originally drawn up. Chairman
Kepoikai made a strong speech for
two representatives for Wailuku; but
reiterated bis talk of the day previous
regarding the advisablity of nomina
ting them at the present convention
on account of the confusion it would
cause. Pledges vrerc given that at
the next convention Wailuku should
have tho two and if the republican
vote was brought up to a figuro
mentioned the Sixth Precinct would
be given three representatives. The
articlo finally carried as orginally
put, and the rules adopted as a whole
Tho nominations being m order the
following were elected.
Senators, Sam Kalama anU A. N.
Representatives: First Ditrlct:
MoscsNakulua, andNakaleka. On the
ballot, Nakuina, uominated by J. D.
McVeigh in tho speech of the con
vention, won out by 29 votes to Na
Phillip Pali was nominated by ac
clamation on motion of A. N.
Judgo Kalua nominated W.J. Cool-'
ho as representative from tho Gth
7th 8th and 10th. George Copp
and Peter Noa were the nominees
from 7th 8th 9th and 15th and after
a voto standing 25 for Copp and 7 for
Noa, the election for Copp was made
John Hapainui was defeated by
Rev. Chas. Kalino from tho 10th and
W. P. Haia, "the watch dog of
tho legislature," was again nominat
ed from the 12th 13th and 14th dis
tricts. Tho standing committee
of the Executive Committee appoint
ed by the chair after being proposed
by their respective precincts includ
ing the newly established precinct
are, First precinct, J. K. Wnimalu;
Second, Rev. G. Kaia; Third, J. J.
Newcombe; Fourth, R. C. earlc;
Fifth, Charles Gay; Sixth, Judge
McKay; Seventh, H. P. Baldwin;
Eighth, Jas Scott; Ninth, Edgar
Morton; Tenth. H. A. Baldwin;
Eleventh, W. F. Pogue; Twelfth,
Wra. Nawai; Thirteenth, George
O. Cooper; Fourteenth, J. K. Ka
poi: Fifteenth, J. F. Kaaulou; Six
teenth, Henry A. Meyers; Seven
teenth J. Nakaleka; Eighteenth: J.
K. Nawahine; Nineteenth, M. A.
Reuter: Twentieth, J. J. Kapoopii.
Following theso appointments the
Convention ratified tho platform of
the national party as adopted at Chi
cago, and endorsed at Hilo.
A vote of thanks was extended to
the' Lahaina Precinct Club for tho
generous entertainment. This being
all tho business to be transacted the
convention adjourned and tho Execu
tive Committee went into session.
A meeting was held in tho Waiueo
Church in tho evening at which the
Hon .A. N. Kepoikai being introduc
ed by Nominee A. N. Hayselden made
a pleasing and spirited address turn
ing over the management of the
campaign so far a? tho individual pre
cincts wero concerned to their res
W. F. Crockett being called upon
gave a characteristic talk on the pos
ition of the Republican party as com
pared with tho other two factions. S.
Kapu chairman of the Lahaina Pre
cinct Club, and Judgo Kalua also
gave short talks. W. J. Coolho acted
Lahaina Dons Gala Attire for the
Head of Territorial Government
Midst tho waving of flags, the fan
tastic dancing of mlriadsof Japanese
lanterns, the cracking of Chinese
bombs, and tho shooting of sky rock
ets, Governor Georgo R. Carter set
foot upon tho soU of Maul at Labia.
na, Wednesday evening, and, j was
lustily cheered by liundreas.of admir
ing and staunch supporters.-
This is tho Governor's first visit to
Mauf as a representative of the peo
ple andtp many present it was their
first opportunity of seeing and know-
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the world, by the courtesy of the various
telegraphic and cable companies.
St. Petersburg, August S General Ku
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army has arrived. The Czar inspected
the troops at Cronstadt before leaving
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Ar. early as six o'clock in the even
ing peoplo of all nationalities began
gathering at the wharf and by the
time the Kinau was sighted it is con
servatively estimated that there
wero in the crowd fully eight hundred
people, many of whom came halfway
acroiiS tho Island to bo present to
greet tho Executive.
Tho wharf was so crowded that
eveu olbow room was at a premium,
while on the street in front of tho Pio
neer Hotel thero were fully five times
the number as on the wharf, the
crowd extending possibly fifty feet
Tho Governor was escorted to the
veranda of the Pioneer Hotel by the
Reception Committee of tho Execu
tive and tho Lahaina Precinct Club,
Hon. H. P. Baldwin, A. N. Haysel
den, Delegate Henning and Mauager
Cooper. Mounting a table tho Gov
ernor said that he not was going to
address them, that ho had been given
to understand, and in fact had read in
tho papers, that Thursday had been
set aside for a big jubilee meeting, but
that before he retired he wish to toll
those gathered how glad he was to be
among them, that he had been fast
ing for a week that ho might
do justice to tho many luaus. It was
his wish to meet and know every one
present, and that they must not hes
itate to come forward; that lie was
no different than they, ho was 0110 of
them and wished to be troated as
such. That his reason for holding off
Muui to the last, was becauso he lik
ed the good things last and "Maui No
Th'ursday morning, tho Governor
hold a reception and listened to the
various suggestions regarding the
needs of Lahaina. In tho afternoon
ho inspected. Lahainaluna, aud went
ovor tho watejjfrrights question, nnd
at 4 p, ra.' wasjpyen another recep
tion and luaVMn tho Court Yard.
After, tho luau and address by the
Governor the first guns of tho cam-
paign'woro fired by tho newly ap
pointed Senators and Represent
atives in rousing npecches.
Yesterday tho Governor and party
spent tha day atllonolua, where the
residents of Honokohau and Honolua
mot, luauefl, and listened to him,
Today ho will visit Kahakuloa and
Waiheo and should arrive in Wailuku
r.bout 7:00 p. m.' where ho will spend
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