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VOL. VIII. NO. 1162.
HONOLULU, H. 1., MONDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1894.
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atuntlon paid Ut all kinds of repair.
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land ou or about
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Mai Is and Passengers on or about lhatdeu.
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be due at Honolulu from Ban Pran.il.oo.
on or about
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Cence in handling Live Btock, we decline
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loss of same.
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Money or Jewelry uulvss placed in the nare
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Consolidated Soda Water Co., Ld
(Bueoessor to 0, Weil.)
Ow. ajim ft fori It.,
Mri, Boardman hut mnovrd the bal
ance of her iliiek rom Hotel itrret to
hf.r private tfUU(tcet whne ih n
tend) doihin it out at private tale. It
it arranged ami ready fur improtion,
and at the intend to retire permanent
ly from butlnest the Ooodt will be told
rrgardlett o Coit, Old patront are
cordiully invited tit pay her a virit.
Lessons for Privet Purola in si.
olal lines of work also alvn
JeV The Btudln will be open to viiitors
every Friday afternoon.
City Carriage Co.,
Ooruer Kiug aud Bethel hia.
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Fine Carriage & Civil Driver
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i Talaphonws I
Nominations for Oahu to Both Houaea
of the Legislature.
Pursuant to notice of the executive
committoo nf the American Union
party, a nominating convention was
held at the American Laguo'n hall,
King aud N'uuanu street, Saturday
afternoon. The hall had been pro
fusely decorated for th ocensiou.
Oror tlib platform tvae, hung a large
medallion beariuir tho arms of the
American League a gorgeous pieco
of ronublican horaldrv. At the op
posite end was a largo portrait of
('resident Dole, bordered with the
United Slates and Hawaiian flags
and surmounted by an eagle of fierce
aspect with wings spread wiuo.
American flags woro hung all around,
and docoratiro bunting figured with
stars and stripes was festooned with
taste on tho ceiling, being caught up
at throe points in clusters of orient
al lautorns. A rail ran athwart the
hall, to separalo tho convention from
tho public. Not many nioro spec
tators than delegatos were present
at the opening.
There was a good deal ol delay in
gotting to work, it lieing forty min
utes after tho advertised hour of 2
o'clock when tho chairman, J. A.
Kennedy, rapped for order.
Chairmau Kennedy read an open
ing address, in which he referred to
the party as one that stood for good
government, but whose chief reason
tor existence was the object of poli
tical union with the United States.
This statement of principles was re
ceived with applause. Tho chairman
railed on the meeting to elect a
temporary chairman. On tho nomi
nation of O. W. Smith, tho sitting
chairman whs elected. J. Eilingor
was elected temporary socretaty: D.
L. Naoue,vice-presideul;A. K. Akatt,
assistant secretary; J. Hilbus, ser-geant-at-arms.
Tho following woro appointed ana
committee ou credentials: A. V.
Keech, W. 1 O'Brien, T. Wright
and D. Keliipio. Tho committeo re
tired and on thoir return a few min
utes later reported the credentials of
tho following goutlemen as delegates
Club No. I -J. A. Kennedy, A. W.
Kerch, T. F. Lansing.Thos. Wright,
D. L. Naoue.
Club No. 2-.T. S. Martin, E. V.
UUhop, Geo. W. Smith, J. Sou.a.
Cluii No. !)-W. It. Sims, .1. U.
Fisher, C. Crozier, J. Asch, C. W.
Day, 11. O. Woolen.
Club No. i-E. Towse, T. D. Mur
ray, W. 1'. O'l)riou,.)ohu Etllnger, A.
Club No. 5-J. Emmeluth. E. C.
Winston, D. Keliipio, D. P. Kaiena.
Club No. 0 W. Henry, Frank Pa
llia. Club No. 7, (a.)--W. II. O. Arno
maun, (b.) J. A. MrCanrlless.
.Club No. 8, a)-V. J. Lowrey,
(b.) J. L. Torbert.
The report was adopted and the
roll called, all the delegatus being
fouud present. Meiisrs. Smith, Dishop,
Murray, Crozior, Torbert, Woolen
and Soti.a were appointed a com
mittee on permaueiit organization.
Messrs. Fisher, Dny, Winston, Asch,
Aruemauii, Pallia and Keliipio were
appoiuted a committee on ordor of
Mr. Smith reported from the com
mitteo ou permanent organization,
recommending that the temporary
otlicers be made permanent, with the
addition of an interpreter to be
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and W. Luther Wilcox was elected
Mr. Fislior presented tho report
of the committee ou ordor of busi
ness. It limited speeches to five min
utes, with only one speech in secoud
iug each nomination. Candidates
before ratification of their nomina
tions must come before the conven
tion and declare their adhesion to
the platform of the Atuuricau Union
Mr. Towse said no provision was
made for the cases of candidates
who might be absent.
Mr. Fisher said the convention
could bo adjourned to the call of
Mr. Towse moved an amendment
that vacancies ou tho leginlativu
ticket might be iilhd at a special
session of the convention.
Mr. Fisher accepted the amend
meut aud tho report as amended
A committee on platform and
resolutions, consisting of oue dele
gate from each club, was appoiuted
by the chair as follows: Messrs.
Lansing, Towse, Martin, Sims, Henry.
Emmeluth. McCaudloss and Low
rey. Ou the committee's retiring a
recess was taken for uftoeu minutes.
Mr. Lausimr. after recess, read the
report from the committee, contain
ing the following platform:
to tho inauguration of extensive
public works, to practical projects
of similar nature, and to plans of
settlement for open lands.
4. We oppose the employment of
prison labor in any mechanical pur
suit. 6. Wo are opposed to the employ
ment of Asiatics upon any public
0. Wo declare against the im
portation of lnboror material of any
Kind whatover by the Oovernmont.
7. We recommend that the Gov
ernment at once secure absolute
ownership of all water front lands
in every harbor throughout the
f;roup where the possession of such
ands by other parties is detrimen
tal to necessary wharfage facilities.
8. e favor a revision of tho tax
system, whereby all property, Im
proved or unimproved, shall be tax
ed on an equitable basis, and recom
mend a consideration of the gradu
ated tax system.
U. Wo favor such legislation as
will promote the occupancy of all
public lands by small holders, aud
foster the development of varied in
dustries, believing it to be of vital
importance that "many acres should
be for many men." We ask that
Uawaiians havo the opportunity to
secure homesteads upon more favor
able terms than granted to others.
10. Wo are in hearty sympathy
with tho spirit which actuated the
government in its dispatch of a com
missioner to search for European
labor for tho industries of the Isl
ands; as a further earnest of the in
tent of tho domiuaut party iu these
premises we refer to tho creation of
the Labor Commission by the Coun
cils of tho Republic.
li. We pledge all luo power ana
influence this party may possoes to
aggrossivo endeavor to bring about
at once the restriction of Asiatic im
migration. In this connection we
again point to tho menace of Asiatic
encroachment, aud demand legisla
tive protection from theso people
for llnwaiiau, American and Euro
pean mechanics aud tradesmen.
n-Wu urge tiiu euactmoni al
once of a law that will cause the
Asiatics brought to these Islands for
plantation labor to continue iu that
service, or return to thoir homes.
1!) Wo demand such revision of
the Tariff as will prohibit competi
tion with American products and
manufactures; protection to which
America is justly entitled by virtue
of tho Treaty of Reciprocity, and
which we deem necessary to lusuro
the existence of our merchants, who
are being rapidly superseded by an
element having nothing in common
with the principles lying at the
foundation of our iustitutions.
14. -We urge tho Government to
secure for the Islands cablo commu
nication; that no exclusive franchise
be granted, and that no agreement
or contract be made which does not
meet with the unqualified approval
of tho United States.
lf. We ask that there bo con
tinued effort in the direction of ex
tending and improving the system
of free schoolx.
10. Wo declare our opposition to
Monopolies aud Trusts of any kind.
17. We declnro full allegiance to
the Republic of Hawaii, citing its
Constitution aud the proseut peace
ful condition of the country as work
of the American Union Party.
HO VMN KKR & CO.,
41 Nnuann Street.
TiMsaitba, PIimbIbq, Etc.
OKOOKKUY and QLAUBWAKK.
Cement Sidewalks Si Gra
nite Curbing Laid
Kslimst' yiven mi all kinds nt
HONK OONCHKTK.V PLAHTKK WOKh
ksaw loaissra a arauM.n !
JOHN F. BOWLER
Atlas Assurance Co.
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Illlllflim A. .VAI.I
rilllTUJJ'J' V M)(N
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Ageut for Hawaiian Islands.
TO THE VoTEIlS OF THE RKlU'lILK' Or
Wo, the Delegates of the Americau
Union Party of the Island of
Oahu, Republic of Huvvnii, in
Convention Assembled, this lllth
day of October, 1811 1, announce
aud declare these to Imj out
Principles, aud this the Pint
form of our Party:
1. We declare unequivocally that
tho foremost mission of the Aiueri
can Union Party shall continue to
be unreserved effort to secure the
political union of Hiiwnii with the
United States of America.
'J. Wo cordially commend the
nllioicut, courageous ami honorable
(induct of nubile affairs bv the olll
rem nf the Provisional Oovernmont
and Repuhllu of Hawaii,
11. i nm proud of tho partj's
policy of Internal Improvements and
development, and In wit no point
The report was received with ap
plause at nearly every paragraph.
Mr. Wright moved t ho adoption of
the report of the committee as a
Mr. Smith sernuded the motion,
which carried unanimously.
Mr. Lansing nominated Peter
Cushuiau Jones as a caudidate for
Senator. No language of his could
give the members a better acquaint
ance with the nomiuee thuu they all
already eujoyed. All who had at
tended tourtli ol July celebrations
were aware that he belonged to a
stock that ensured his always being
iu the front in auy movement for
adding another star to tho American
Mr. Towso,as a memlier of what was
known as the radical element, would
Becond the nomination.
Mr. Martin uamiuated C. Brown.
He had been with the movemeut
from the start, aud there was no
firmer believer iu the idea that good
and stable government could only
be Foeurcd by annexation to the
Mr. Henry seconded the nomina
tion. Mr. Fisher nominated W. C. Wil
der, a man who had spent some of
the best 3 ears of his life in keepiug
the Union together, and who was
now devoting his time to the scheme
for adding to that Union.
Mr. Woolen seconded the nomina
tion. Mr. Henry, socfiuftml by Mr. Tor
bert, uomiuatrd .1. A. McCaudless.
Mr. Murray uninitiated J. N.
Wright, another man who had spent
some ears iu saving the Uuiou,
Seconded by Mr. Ellhiger.
Mr. McCaudless nominated Heury
Wnlerhotise, who had been in the
movement from tho first and a mem
btr of the committee of safety. Mr.
Henry seconded the nomination.
Mr. Smith would nomiueate a
staunch friend of good government,
Heiurich Win. Suhmidt lu second
ing the nomination, Mr. Asch refer
red to the nominee as oue who took
annexation for breakfast, diiiuur aud
Mr. iviinmeiutli, speaking as a dele
gate from No. f, uomiuatod a Ha
waiian, 1), L. Naoue. This was
seconded by Mr, Akau,
Mr, Martin moved that the nomi
rVrWinu'd on 4M lyt,)
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