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Bntiflcation Mooting of tho Oom
binod Xiiboral nnd Indopondont
Pursuant to enll n mooting wns
hold last night nt tho Borotnnin
strcot Armory, for ralifiunlion of tho
nomination of Mr. llohry Wntor
houso and Mr. M. P. Robinson ns
candidates for Noblo;.
Mr. J, S. McCnndloss, interpreted
by Hon. J. E. Bush, called tho moot
ing lo ordor and asked for tho elec
tion of a chairman. Hon. W. C.
Wilder was elected by acclamation.
Mr. V. Luther Wilcox was invited
to act as interpreter, and Mr. 0. A.
Low as socrotary.
Mr. Wilder in opening tho moot
ing said they did not assemble- as
Reformers or National Reformers or
Liborrtls, but as citizens desirous of
selecting tho best men for tho vacant
Noblo seats. Politics made strange
bodfollows and they might find a
curious mixture in those to address
thorn. It had boon said that tho
National Reformers nominated tho
Noblo candidates at the general
election and tho votes of tho old
Reformers elected thorn. It was re
presented that if tho Reformers did
not help tho ticket thoro was danger
that some of those peoplo called
Liberals might bo elected. Rut
after what had been seen in tho
Legislature the past few weeks lie
didn't know but thoro might bo
worse than Liberals in tho world.
They woro hero to ratify tho nomi
nations of tho Honorables Henry
Waterhouso and Mark Robinson.
These candidates had given no
pledge of what they would do when
elected, but woro nominated for
their known good qualities for tho
position. He would introduce Hon.
L. A. Thurston as tho first speaker.
Mr. Thurston said ho was one of
those who assented to tho arrange
ment at the general election, but
now ho was ready to confess tho Re
form Party was like, tho whale when
it swallowed Jonah thoj believed
thoy had got a bellyful. Their op
ponents would cry out about the
inconsistency of Thurston and Ash
ford and Bush and Wilcox being on
the same sido. If their former op
ponents were supporting tho same
principle as thomsolves thoy vero
not to rebuff them. Tho speaker
spoke of tho Attorney-General's
course in tho late events, and wont
on to give reasons why tho Wator-houso-Robinson
tickot should bo
voted for. Whilo all tho opponents
of that tickot woro not boodlors, all
the boodlors wcro opposing it. Thoy
all knew Waterhouso or Robinson
had nothing to do with the opium
ring. Neither would thoj bo found
supporting personal govornmont,
with its backstairs and midnight in
fluences, and it was desirablo to havo
men in tho Legislature who would
oppose such a state of affairs no
matter in what form tho opposition
might come. As to tho otlior ticket:
Made sold good fish, for he had
bought them from him. Hopkins
was a good deputy police judge
when ho could got a job, but he had
a punuku (halter) on his nose. Tho
lottery question was not before tho
country at tho general election, but
had sprung up since. There was
'talk that tho lottery was dead, but all
the same it was shoved up to every
National Reform candidate as a con
dition of his acceptance. Now when
tho Advortisor had come out this
morning making tho lottery an issue,
tho Bulletin camo out this evening
with a double-loaded article denoun
cing tho lottery as a fraud and a
swindle. That showed tho lottery
had become a losing game, bocaubo
up to this timo tho Bulletin had
said nothing worth a row of pins
against tho lottery, but had been
filled with letters ho did not know
whether thoy were editorial or not
in favor of tho lottery. Another
inattoj: before tho electors was tho
relations between this country and
tho United States. Some wind-bag
would be heard to-morrow saying,
" There goes Thurston for annexation
again." But ho didn't care tho
question of preserving good relations
with the United States was one
on which tho strongest annexation
ists, the most staunch Republicans,
Roformors and Liberals could stand
on the same platform. Waterhouso
and Robinson could bo depended on
to do nothing that would not tend
to promote good relations with tho
United States. Tho head of tho
Ministry was known for his antagon
ism to American interests, and was
on record in an attempt to nf front
tho representative of tho United
States. Referring to other candi
dates, ho said personally thoro was
littlo to choose between Cecil Brown
and either Waterhouso or Robinson.
Mr. Brown might be standing for
the same principles as thoy woro, but
his candidature showed him pursu
ing an unpatriotic course. Ho
(Brown) had got mad when waited
on by a committee and told ho could
not got all tho support required,
and said ho would run anyway. If
thoy all worked hard till election
day, thoy would elect Henry Water
house Cecil Brown or no Cecil
Brown, Mnilo or no Mailo.
Hon. J. E. Bush, on coining for
ward, thanked tho chuinnau for call
ing him. Ho was for good govern
ment, was anti-lotter3', anti-gambling,
anti-govornmont that support
ed such things. Tho two parties
now brought together woro so for
the sako of representative as against
porsonal government. Thoso ho
spoke to were not men to bo bought
by a square-face bottlo of gin. Thoy
woro asked to vote against men who
used that sort of influonco, who woro
carrying out porbonal government
with, ho was sorry to say, a mis
guided lady. Lot thorn unite, sot
aside all party linos, and all color
linos. Ho had boon a strong parti
san for what ho believed to bo the
rights of his people, but had boon
led to see that thoso rights could
only come with equality ho meant
intelloctunl equality. Two years ago
he fought for universal suffrage, but
Binco ho had become convinced that
.without intellectual equality it would
bo like casting pearls boforo-(pauso)
thoso who would not appreciate
Hon. W. O. Smith said adversity
tries mon. So it is with nmmnimirina.
This community had been struck I
hard. Ho did not boliovo in vilify
ing or calling hnrsh names to thoso
who supported tho lottory. There
was n torriblo temptation to this
community in tho form in which the
lottery proposal was presented lo it
under the circumstances. Public
and private finances woro in a pre
carious condition. Ho did not won
der that so ninny business men and
mechanics grnspod at tho lottery
like a drowning man after a straw.
Tho w onion of this country woro
nrouod becnuso thoro was danger
for thoso thoy loved in tho lottory.
At this juncture tho people should
not mind tho glitter, but stand by
Hon. C. W. Ashford referred to his
piominont part in tho general elec
tion on tho Liberal party's platform,
tho first plank of which declared for
popular government. Thoy had as
events had turned out found thom
solves assailed in tho very heart of
thoir citadel. A cliquo numoricallj'
insignificant wns putting one man
ovor all tho people. A fow yoars ago
ho addressed a largo meeting in that
hall, on tho subject of tho personal
rule of tho lato King Knhikaua.
Now history repeated itsolf in a do
graded and degrading way, on ac
count of a man of loss education and
brooding than tho lato king attempt
ing to wrest the govornmont of tho
people from tho people's representa
tives. This was not n gathering of
diverse oloinonts, but a union of all
who desired to uphold tho principlo
of repiesentntive govornmont. A
snnko story was hero made up about
quarreling fishermen in tho Molokai
channel joining to kill a common
01101113' in tho form of a sea serpont.
Thoro was moro than tho lottory
question at issue the quostion of
solf-govornmoin. Some of thoso
elected on the Liberal platform had
stood by its principles, but it had
been proved impossible to carry out
all these principles on account of
the course of somo of thoso elected
in their support.
Hon. R. W. Wilcox addressed him
self more particularly to tho Hawai
ians, to explain his position thoro to
them, as thoy know lio had for sev
eral elections strongly opposed tho
Roform party and, particularly, Mr.
Thurston and others with him.
When a school was opened nt Halo
nludn, Maui, Mr. Thurston and he
had been among tho first to enter it.
And when Roformors appeared for
good govornmont, thoy could count
on Wilcox overy time. Ho described
tho situation at tho general election
with tho several parties, but some of
tho Liberals oloctod had gono back
on thoir principles. This ho thought
was because thoy did not quite un
derstand tho serious, condition of
the country in being ruled by one
man. If tho candidates of that
mooting woro not elected, thoso he
addressed might havo to bow tho
kneo to King Bolabola. It was time
for native Hnwuiians to sond intelli
gent men to tho Legislature, so as to
presorvo tho balance of power in tho
hands of tho peoplo. Otherwise,
thej' might live to seo somebody's
groom or stable boy sot over tho
peoplo to rule thorn. Lot them sink
all talk about the Bush and Wilcox
party, and Missionary party, and
unite to presorvo tho rights of tho
whole poople. Ho did not want
thorn to think ho had abandoned tho
Liberal party, but at present the
parties united for tho promotion of
a principle. Placo no more depend
ence on tho National Roform party,
which had used tho natives as stop
ping stones to power. Tho candi
dates of tho opposite party woro
backed by the opium ring and che
fa gamblers. Native Hawaiians, if
they value thoir interests, will stop
all this talk about a now Constitu
tion. Mr. Henry Waterhouse was ap
plauded on coming forward. This
nomination had boon a great sur
priso to him and something ho had
not sought. Thoy know his princi
ples and it would bo his endeavor, if
oloctod, to sustaiu good govorn
mont. Tho chairman enjoined electors,
as a last word, to seo that their por
sonal taxes aro paid.
Hon. C. W. Ashford moved that
tho mooting ratify tho nominations
of Messrs. Henry Waterhouso and
M. P. Robinson. Carried with
Wo Don't Want a Lottery.
Wo must wait patiently and tho
financial Solons of this littlo king
dom will make everything all right.
Thoy will! they will I The idea of
airy of our scoundrelly citizens dar
ing to suggost a lottory aftor noting
all tho heroic sacrifice these gontlo
inon havo niado for tho public goodl
-It is absurd! Why, wo know those
men aro our financial saviors. Thoy
will pilot us through tho wilderness
of nntioual dobt and individual
bankruptcy if wo only wait long
enough. "J. B." says thoy will and
ho knows, for he's in tho ring. Ho
may bo a J-ay B-ird or a J-ailB-ird
but thoro ain't any insects on "J. B."
He's going to tench tho natives. Ho
says ho's going to "got thoro," gall,
mustache and all, with both foot,
oven if ho hasn't got n singlo wing
to fly with. And whon thoso bully
good times do come don't imagine
that these generous, high-minded
bankers and solid citizens will rako
in your littlo homes for non-payment
of interest on mortgages.
They'll dood everything back to you
in foe simple thoy will, honost!
They're built that icayl
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JL has leased this property belonging to
A. Herbert, T.v., in Wnlklkl, which for
thn prevent, no open to the public ns
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a The "Green Cottage" containing Par
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All tho Cottages arc well-appointed In
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Tho Main Building will bo reserved for
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purposes it oilers exceptional advantages.
A charge of Twenty-live ($25) Dollars will
bo made for tho use of the House nnd
Grounds including Bathing, Lights, etc.;
prepayment is required for intended uso of
tho Main Hulldlng and Grounds.
Ctf For further particulars opplleation
should bo mado to tho Manager of the
lloinl Hawaiian Hotel. 0J7-tf
ri-illi: ANNUAL MEETING OF THE
JL Stockholders of the Mutual Telephone
Co. will bo hold on WEDNESDAY, Sept.
iSth, at 10 o'clock a. m., nt tho Company's
.Building. 0. O. BEUGKK,
6th District of Honolulu, 2d Pre
cinct. NOTICE IS HERE11Y GIVEN THAT
tho Inspectors of said Precinct .shall
hold a Public Meeting from 5 to 8 o'clock,
at the Reformatory bchoot:
On TUESDAY EVENING, Sept. 27, 180.2,
For tho purposo of correcting the Electoral
lloll or Voting List of tho Precinct by add
ing new names thereto, or striking oil'
the names of such voters ns have died,
removed from tho Precinct, or other
wise become disqualified from voting in
the said Precinct.
By ordor of the Hoard of Inspectors.
W. L. WILCOX,
Honolulu, Sopt. 2(1, 1802. 532-2t
1st District of Honolulu, 1st Pre
cinct. THE BOARD OF INSPECTORS OF
Election for tho 1st District, 1st Pro
duct, will meet for the purposo of corrcct
intr tho Electoral Roll or Votintr List br
adding now names thereto, or striking oil"
tno names ot ucn voters ns nave aieu, re
moved or otherwiso become disqualified,
at the Long Branch Bath Hoif-o, Waikiki,
WEDNESDAY', Sept. 28th, 7 to 0 o'clock
'TlESDAY, Sopt. 27tir, 7 to 0 o'clock
p. m., at tho Government Nursery, King
J. A,. OILMAN,
2d District of Honolulu,
OR THE PURPOSE OF CORRECT-
inu tlie Electoral Bolls or VotiiiE
Lists of wnd District bv addini: new nnmos
thereto or striking oil' the names of such
voters as havo died, removed or otherwise
becomo disqualified, the Inspectors of said
Precinct shall hold meetings on the fol
TUESDAY", Sopt. 27, 1892, from i until
G r. m.
At Building nt entrance to Lower Reser
voir Grounds, Nuuonu Avenue.
By order of Board of Inspectors.
JAS. . SPENCER,
3d District of Honolulu, 2d Pre
cinct. THE BOARD OF INSPECTORS OF
Election for tho 3d District, 2d Pre
cinct, w ill meet for tho purpose of correct
ing the Electoral Roll or Voting List bv
adding now namos thereto, or striking on"
the namos of such voters as have died, re
moved or otherwise become disqualified, nt
the Kapuaiwa Building, Queen street, ns
On WEDNESDAY, Sept. 28, 1892;
From 7 v. m. to 0 i: m. each evening.
Honolulu, Sept. 20, 1892. 527-8t
3d District of Honolulu, 1st Pre
cinct. rrvHE BOARD OF INSPECTORS OF
JL Election for tho 3d District, 1st Pre
cinct, will meet for tno purpose of correct
ing tho Electoral Roll or Voting List by
adding now names thereto, or striking off
the names of such voters us have died, re
moved or otherwise become disqualified, at
tho Roynl School House ns follows:
On TUESDAY, Sent. 27, 1892;
On WEDNESDAY, Sept. 28, 1892;
From 7:30 to 0:30 o'clock eoch evening.
J. M. CAMARA, Jn.,
Honolulu, Sopt. 17, 1892. 625-lOt
4th District of Honolulu, 1st and 2d
FOR THE PURPOSE OF CORRECT
ing the Electoral Rolls or Voting
Lists of said District by adding now names
thereto or striking on' tho names of sux-li
voters as have died, removed or otherwiso
becomo disqualified, tho Inspectors of said
Precincts ahull hold meetings from 7:30
l. m. on the following days:
WEDNESDAY, Sopt. 28, 1892, at Engine
House China Co. No. 5, Muuuakea street.
Adjourned meetings may ho held if
deemed necessary by tho Inspectors.
Per ordor of the Inspectors.
8th District of Honolulu, 1st Pre
cinct. THE BOARD OF INSPECTORS OF
Election for tho 5th District, 1st Pre
cinct, will hold public meetings for the
purposo of correcting the Electoral Roll or
Voting List by adding now nnmos thereto
or striking oil tho names of such voters as
have died, removed or otherwise becomo
disqualified, at the Tramways Co.'s Build
ing, at Kapalamu, ns follows;
On TUESDAY, Sopt. 27, 1892, from 7 to
0 1'. M. 111!
If neeossary udjourm-d meetings will bo
held, of which due notice will be given nt
tho stated meetings.
M. R. COLBURN.
Chairman 5th District, 1st Precinct.
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