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THE WEEKLY HILO TRIBUNE, HH.O, HAWAII, FRIDAY, JANUARY 8, 1904.
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Honolulu, Dec. 30. Method of
OAIIU COUNTY SUPKIIVIHOHS.
The steamers of this line will ar
rive and leave this port as here
under: FROM SAN FRANCISCO.
selecting Hawaii's delegation to the
National Republican Convention is
being quite generally discussed
among political workers. Tlie im-
ipressioii pievails amung those who
have taken part in mainland poli
tics that primaries should he called
for the election of delegates to a
Territorial convention which shall
name the National delegates; a
later convention to be held to nomi
nate the Congressional delegate and
the legislative ticket.
Chairman Crabbe takes a differ
ent view. He claims that the old
Territorial convention holds over
for two years, notwithstanding it
adjourned sine die at its last session.
He holds that the delegates of that
convention should be called by the
Republican Territorial Committee
and select delegates to the National
convention. T. McCauts Stewart,
who has had considerable experi
ence in mainland politics, opines
that to preserve the regularity rec
ognized by the National organiza
tion primaries should be called for
election of delegates to the first
convention to be held this year.
"There will doubtless be two
conventions this year," said Mr.
Stewart. "There are always two
every Presidential year. The com
ing convention, for which primaries
will doubtless soon be called, will
Ventura Dec. 16
Alameda Dec. 25
Sierra Jan. 6
Alameda Jan. 15
Sonoma Jan. 27
Alameda Feb. 5
Ventura Feb. 17
Alameda Feb. 26
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
Sierra Dec. 15
Alameda Dec. 30
Sonoma '. Jan. 5
Alameda Jan. 20
Ventura Jan. 26
Alameda Feb. 10
Sierra Feb. 16
Alameda March 2
In connection with the sailing of the
above steamers the agents are prepared to
Deriding on j Consider Kx pontic Acrotnit
Trnttnliilii Tm ir fM,n Pnnffl 1
of Supervisors for Oahu county held
an important meeting yesterday
afternoon in Castle & Cooke's hall,
at which estimates for running the
various departments were presented.
Sonic were quite large, nud in one
or two cases where tlie expenses
seem to be on an extravagant scale,
the Supervisors will probably use
The judges of the First Circuit
Court recommended that for the
jury and witness expenses the courts
be allowed $2,000 a month. Then
there were salaries for interpreters
of the usual nationalities and ex
tras, which would swell this esti
mate to about $40,000 per annum.
Treasurer S. E. Damon recom
mended that two clerks be author
ized for his office, one a license clerk
and the other a bookkeeper. He
recommended a salary of $175 per'
mouth for the bookkeeper and $150
I for the license clerk.
For the County Clerk's office it
was recommended that a chief clerk
be appointed with a salary of $150
a month; stenographer and clerk,
$125 per month; another clerk, $50
a month; messenger, $40.
The District Attorney recom
mended a deputy attorney at $200
a mouth; law stenographer and
assistant, $150 a month; messenger,
$50 per month.
For the police department it was
Tho Abovo Is tho Bonocla Rovorsiblo Disc Plow.
Where a team can walk and draw a plow
The Rkversible works perfectly.
The combination of features in ... .
The Benecia Reversible
Make it the most valued of all DISC PLOWS. It can be used right or left hand,
plowing around the laud or rkversiijlk, throwing furrows all one way. Will plow
between terraces WITHOUT leaving A WATER furrow. Made only in a sulky.
be for the election of delegates to
the National Convention, to beheld I recommended that $15,000 be
in June nt Chicago, and to desig-' allotted for the pay of police, detec
nate a member of the National fives, specials, clerks, maintenance
Committee, and our convention 1 of prisoners! care of animals and
should meet this time in Hilo. The I incidentals.
people there are entitled to such No recommendations were re
recognition. Our committee will I ceived from the Auditor who is ill.
have to call another convention to j For the garbage and excavator
meet in September to nominate a department it was recommended
candidafe for Congress and elect a that this be maintained for $3,300
new Central Committee. Then will per month, and to combine with it
follow conventions to nominate can- the sewerage department. About
didates for the Legislature and 1 a third of this sum is earned in fees
county officers. Next year will be by the department.
a strenuous one politically, as all
Presidential years are.
"I see that we have six delegates,
and that the Governor comes out
and frankly declares that he would
deem it an honor to be one of them.
Well, there should be no opposition
issue, to intending passengers Coupon!10 tue Governor's ambition. He
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We also take particular pains with Chil
and our Delegate to Congress,
Prince Cupid, should be chosen
uuanimously and by acclamation as I Hon is settled
ucicuica iii mrgc, representing uic 1
party throughout the Territory. It
is a compliment they both deserve '
for reasons that need no statement.
But when that is done the party
should select the remaining four
delegates with the view of giving
general recognition and representa
The Road Department mattei
will be considered at a meeting to
be held at 10 o'clock this morning.
It is believed that this department
is being run too extravagantly to
suit the Supervisors.
The appointment of road super
visor was deferred until a later
meeting, as will be all other ap
pointments until the salary ques-
Amiex to California.
Senator Newlands in a speech
before the Senate on his Cuba an-
t Mavndnti fACAl 1 1-ii cnirl rnmntli litrr
interesting about Hawaii in the
"This is a part of the proper ex-
1 r i- t i-t . .
tion to the Republicans of the Ter-, Pans,mi ol ia "ePU0"c, tue traai-
nonni expansion 01 me itepuouc,
not the modern expansion of the
ritory. Each section should have
its representative; and there should
be in the delegation at least one
public speaker of sufficient power
to make the Territory exert some
influence in the convention, and on
the hundred caucus and other plat
forms to which our delegation would
be invited if we have an orator in it.
"I think an equitable division
would be to elect Priuce Cupid and
Governor Carter as delegates at
large; then let Hawaii name one;
Maui name one; and the Fourth
and Fifth Districts name one each,
giving two delegates to Oahu, be
cause it has by far the largest vot
ing population of the group."
Asked if he would be a caudi
empire over countries in distant
seas. Hawaii is a military outpost
in the Pacific controlling our de
fensive line. Why should we have
her? She occupies such a position
as she would if she were only a
hundred miles from San Francisco,
and practically protects the entire
coast from foreign invasion. No
fleet can sail from the Orient and
reach the Pacific Coast without
coaling, and with Hawaii in our
possession the ships of such a fleet
would be derelicts upon the ocean
before reaching our shore. And so
1 as a matter of economy and of wise
administration and of wise adjust-
1 ments of the boundaries of this
Tho Abovo Cut Shows tho Bonocla Ratoon Disc Plow.
Hills up the dirt better
than a hoe, besides leav
ing the soil behind it in a
splendid pulverized con
dition. It is the ONLY
PLOW for ratoons that
actually does what it is
supposed to do.
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date Mr. Stewart said "No." with
great emphasis. When asked why I com,trr we bave taken IIawail into
not, he said: "I have several rea-' ue Union as a Territory with a
sons; one of them being that I can- j delegate. She has today the posi
not afford the expense necessary to tion of an infant State, is in a trail
make the trip, and I believe in pay- sitioual sU toward btatei,ood
ing my own way 111 politics. . , . , , , . '
'But I must confess that I would I not' PerhaPs' "'dependent state
like to see the party pick out an ll00tl; but l trust that some method
orator like Judge Humphreys, and will be fouud in the future to iu
in that way take along some one to , corporate her in the State ot Cali
do its talking. In New York, the foria as a comity, and thus give
Republicans always act upon this l. ., . ...! it
principle, Chauucey M. Depew hav-' her"that representation in the Union
ing been their mouthpiece for years; to which every foot of ground over
I and Tammany always kept Bourke which the American flag floats is,
Cochran on liana, excepting, ot'in my judgment,.entitled."
course, these latter years, when -
Crocker became jealous of him. ' Jupuu Heady.
But Tammany's influence in con-j Yokohama. Dec. 30. The Gov
ventions has never beeu as great as . , . ": , , , 4,
in the days when it had its 'silver eminent has almost concluded the
tongued orator' to speak for it. work of putting the country on a
Of course, Hawaii is only a Ter-1 war footing,
ritory; but eive the convention an , Shanghai, Dec. 30. It is under
orator from this 'new possession' 'stood that Russia is inclined to
and our voice will he heard iu the i make concessions to China iu Man
laud, and Hawaii will be on every- churia. The J;ni press-Dowager
body's tongue." favors an alliance with Japan.
Iiiukeu's ltitc lloml Is Slirucil by
Honolulu, Jan. 4. The Board of
Supervisors for Oahu county was'
formally organized yesterday. A.
Hocking was elected chairman with
three Home Rule votes, but voted
with the Republicans on all matters
considered at the meeting.
Charles Wilson, J. II. Boyd and
Charlie Clark were turned down
for road supervisor, and H. C. Vida
elected after the voicing of a protest
by the Home Rulers against a leg
islator holding office.
The bond of Curtis Iaukea was
fixed at $150,000, the bond of $30,
000 tendered by him being refused.
Iaukea, it is stated by his friends,
will furnish the larger bond, al
though he still claims that the ac
tion of the supervisors is illegal.
August Dreier, Prince David Ka
wauauakoa and Mrs. Abigail Camp
bell Parker are the sureties on the
$30,000 bond, and will, it is stated,
sign the larger bond.
All the former heads of bureaus,
Samuel Johnson, garbage depart
ment, Andrew Brown, waterworks
and W. h. Frazee, electric lighting,
were re-elected by the board, while
there is some question as to the
authority of the board iu relation
to the fire department.
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