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Qfttherlnp of National Koformors,
Iiibornls and Sons of Hawaii.
Nolico of only n fow hours brought
logolhor a gathcrinj for tho greater
pnrt of nntivu Ilawnuans. munborintr
about two hundred, at tho Qucun
street Armory last night. Hon. Jos.
Nawalri, lcador of tho Liberals in
tho Legislature, prosided. Tho meet
ing was in tho intorost of tho candi
dates of tho National "Reform, Liber
al and Sons of Hawaii union C. B.
Maile and Chas. L. Hopkins.
Hon. L. W. P. Kanealii was tho
first spoakor. Ho was goinfj 'onio
time boforo an interpreter in Uio
person of Hon. Antone Hosa was
called forward on entering tho hall.
Tho Bpoakor wished to call attention
to tho champion of tho nativo rights
in 1890 R. W. Wilcox and his
courso this yoar. Tho othor night
that man had said Hawaiians woro
foolish in looking for a now Consti
tution, tho thing ho had two years
ago declared ho was read to shed
his blood for. Hawaiians should bo
gin anew that night and carry for
ward tho domand for a now Consti
tution, keoping it up till the last
Hawaiian generation if happily thoy
might thon gain thoir end. Mr.
"Wilcox said now that tho Constitu
tion of 1887 ho formerly dunouueed
was tho bost tho Hawaiians could
over expect, and that tho only trou
ble with it was that it was above tho
intelligence of Hawaiians. Such was
tho half-casto who had been edu
cated abroad at tho oxpenso of the
Hawaiian people. Thon there was
John E. Bush, another former pro
fessed patriot, who was advocating
in his paper tho election of "Wator-
houso and itobinson, so that we
might have clohor rotations with the
uuiicu oraios. tn mat, party want
ed with tho United States was two
and a half cents extra on sugar.
Some of them wanted annexation
with tho United States. If tho coun
try wanted any annexation it should
bo to tho British, whom history had
shown to have always had a fathorlj
feeling toward this country.
Mr. J. C. Quiun on being called
forward said ho hadn't expected to
be asked to speak, but being a mem
ber of tho Mechanics' Union and of
the executive committee it was pro
per ho should say something about
rumors that thoy wero working to
throw Mr. Mailo overboard and
eleot Mr. Brown instead. As a mem
ber of tho executive he emphatically
denied theso rumors. Thoy had
nothing to do with Brown. Thoy
all know Brown, ho had boon brought
up hero, and thoy know that Brown
was for Brown all tho time. Mailo
and Hopkins wero tho unanimous
choice of tho committee. In 1890
tho National Eoform party won such
a victory as was nover won horo be
fore. It had overcome all tho money
and brains although ho admitted
there was some brains on this side
(laughter) which could bo pitted
against them. At tho late general
election lie was sorry tho party had
been separated, but now it was
brought togethor again to-night. It
mado one sick theso days to see
"Waterhouso and tho missionaries
going round with long lists of voters
to bo notified that their qualifica
tion to voto would bo disputed.
That was enough to make one's
blood boil, a sample of the great in
justice being perpetuated under tho
E resent Constitution. This party
ad gone in boforo to have this in
justice abolished, and meant to keep
up tho struggle. "Why should Ha
waiians bo prevented from voting,
when foreigners of two or three
years' residence had tho privilege.
He did not like to charge the othor
side with being rank annexationists,
but ho would say that this party
was tho one that stood for indepen
dence and tho monarch-. Tho course
of the Queen tho past fow weeks was
a great credit to her. By voting for
Mailo and Hopkins thoy would bo
upholding tho Queen. Thoy should
urge on all thoir friends to pay their
taxes and voto. As Huntsman onco
told them to sell thoir pit's and buy
a rille, so ho would toll thoni to soil
their pigs and pay thoir taxes
(laughter). Don't listen to talk
about Waterhouso and Robinson and
Brown. Voto for Mailo and Hopkins.
Maile and Hopkins will bo elected.
Hon. D. W. Pua remarked on tho
absence of Mr. Bush, president of
the Liberal Association, and of Mr.
Wilcox. Mr. Bush had on many oc
casions stood on that platform and
condemned the Reform party, con
demned the Queen, and' condemned
everybody that did not suit them.
Now both Bush and Wilcox wore
found paying the most degrading
respect to thoso thoy formerly de
nounced. Why? Because thoy wore
itching to bo Ministers of tho
Crown. Tho people should see to
it that thoso false friends novor
reached that distinction. Wilcox,
whom tho Hawaiians onco worship
pod and would have done anything
for and they did do much to Have
him thoy saw tho othor night sup
porting tho Reform party and tho
Constitution that ho onco denounc
ed. This was enough to mako them
vote for Made and Hopkins, true
Hawaiians who would help to ro
storo tho rights of thoir country
men. Wilcox had been cared for by
him as a foster child; ho had taken
caro of him in all his troubles when
he had fow friends. Tho party had
boon askod by Mr. Wilcox to voto
tho Cabinet out, and although thoy
wore not unanimous thoy thought it
was right to follow thoir loader.
Thoy would havo done so had not
Mr. Baldwin said his party could
not support tho motion becauso it
had been moved by Mr. Wilcox. Yet
after such an insult Wilcox was now
ongagod in licking tho foot that had
Hon. J. W. Bipikano did not liko
to be personal with regard to any
member of tho House. Ho wofl
know tho two candidates. Tho
sneaker's ono purposo in going to
tho Legislature was to procure
either a change in tho constitution
or a new constitution, that will giyo
the pooplo thoir rights. If thoy
could not got this by ordinary
means, the Queen had the power to
promulgate an amondod constitu
tion, and tho pooplo should petition
her to that end,
Mr. Chas. L. Hopkins, candidate,
was received with loud marks of
favor. Ho spoke somo timo in Ha
waiian and tlieu addressing tho for
oimiors in English said ho did not
intend to mako a long speech. What
ho said to tho Hawaiians did not
much concern tho foreigners. Ho
would .ipoak at length to them in
tho ISorotania-slroot Armory on
Monday evening. Then ho would
give his viows on tho loltory, having
had timo to study tho question. Ho
would not only discuss its bad fea
tuies, but would point out its good
ones as well. In his address to tho
natives Mr. Hopkins said the mis
sionaries had conducted affairs dur
ing and from tho reign of Kamohn-
meha 111. down to the time of tho
Into Premier Gibson. Again thoy
secured control on tho promulgation
of the Constitution of 1887, holding
it till it was taken from thorn in
18!H). They wero trying to regain
power to-day. Wore tho pooplo
willing thoy should do soT (Cries of
"Nol") If not, voto for Mailo and
Hopkins (applause). The mission
ary voice was tho voice of Jacob,
but tho hand was tho hand of Esau
(laughter). Ho believed tho present
Cabinet was a strong ono. The op
position to it was a factor in its
Mr. C. B. Maile, candidate, had
felt somo dillidonco the othor night
in speaking, but tho largo gathering
of suppoiters now gave hnn confi
dence Ho asked thorn all to voto
for thoir candidates, and hoped on
Tuesday night they could greet
Mailo and Hopkins as tho choice of
the people, lie was sure thoy vould
think ho was a noblo-lookiug man
(laughtor). and thoir votes would
eon lii in tlio thought. Tliero woro
rumors afloat that money would bo
used against them. He advised thorn
to take everything that was offered,
and voto for Maile and Hopkins
Hon. J. Kalunn introduced himself
as tho member elected for Makawao.
A member elected by a party and
betraying it deserved decapitation;
he believed that was tho fato of such
false representatives in othor coun
tries. Tho most important question
boforo the country was that of roliof
for the financial distress, and work
for thoso who woro now unemployed.
Thoy should decide on tho best can
didates and voto for them. Ho had
tho bost moil in his oyo and would
voto for them next Tuesday.
Mr. Daniel Lyons was pleased to
meet the pooplo boforo him, with
whom ho had boon identified for
years. It was late and ho would re
serve extended remarks for next Mon
day evening. Ho urged them to voto
for Mailo and Hopkins and elect
them. On thoir olection the salva
tion of tho country and tho stability
of tho throne depended. Tho Re
form party comprise tho worst ele
ments of tho country Bush and
Wilcox, Thurston and Smith. He
forgot to mention another who had
sold them worse than had anybody
else C. W. Ashford. Thoy should
nover allow thoso who had sold thorn
to enter thoir ranks. Ever since tho
speaker had como to the country tho
men ho had mentioned wero working
against tho interests of native Ha
waiians, by trying to change tho in
stitutions of tho country by uncon
stitutional menus, that is, by tho
bayonet (applauso). In conclusion
ho drow attention to a notice in tho
Bull tin, to tho effect that every
voter in tho first precinct of tho
fifth district would bo challenged
and required to show his tax recoipt.
Tho otors should stay at tho polls
and see that everyone had his rights.
Hon. Kamauoha was sorry ho was
going to Kohala and would not be
hore olection day, but hoped to hoar
on his return that Mailo and Hop
kins had boon elected. Thoy wanted
men who would support measures
for tho benefit of tho poor as well as
Hon. W. White had boon struck
with tho advice given by a provious
speaker. If money was offered them
thoy should open thoir side pockets
as big as assos ears and tako all thoy
couiu got. (laughter). U they
voted for any but Mailo and Hop
kins thoy would havo reason to blow
thoir noses and shod tears, when
thoy found themselves on thoir
backs and tho othor follows on top.
Voto for ono party only and don't
snlit for Cecil Brown or anybody
olso. If Mailo and Hopkins wore
not elected thoro would bo no hope
for tho Louisiana lottery! (Roars of
Tho chairman mado the closing
speech, every period of which was
loudly applauded by tho native audi
tors. His remarks woro not inter
preted. Ho callod a mooting of tho
Liberal Association on Thursday
evening next, for tho election of
ofiicors, as Bush and Wilcox had de
Hon. R. W. Wilcox appoarod at
tho entrance at the close of tho
chatinmn'fi speech nnd askod for a
hearing, but tho Hawaiians roso in a
body and pressed through tho door.
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