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THE DAILY BULLETIN. FEBRUARY" 28 ftibS.
WE ARE THE BEGGARS.
Lively Discussion at Meeting of Ha
waiian Annexation League.
Au adjourned organization meet
iuir of t ho Hawaiian Annexation
Leacuo was hold yesterday evening
nt tho hHll of tho Amoriunu Lioaguo. i
Animiir tluiMi nr. Mint woro Samuel
J'arkor, Joint P. Coluurn, d. Li. Ka
ulukou, C. B. Wilson, V. U. Daniels,
JohuD. Holt, Jr., Enoch Johnson,
Antotio Rosa, John KichanUon, Uoo.
Rosa, Thomas Spoueer, Giovanni
Long and J. K. Kahookauo.
Mr. Colburu as temporary chair
man called tho meeting to order,
and Mr. Johnson took tho secretary's
place in tho absence of Chas. L.
Mr. llosa, after tho reading of tho
minutes, asked what was all this
about, at ho had just como out of
Tho chairinau aiked tho secretary
to road tho preamble to the consti
tution, for the benefit of Mr. Rosa
and others who had been in jail.
(Liughtor.) Tho document was ttion
read for information, as it had been
adopted at a previous meeting:
Whereas, A chaugo in tho form
of government ha taken place in
these islauds, to wit: from n mon
archy to a republic, aud
Whorea, Tho comor-stouo or
fundamental jirinciple of tho Ropub
lie is auuexatiou of these islauds to
tho United States of America, aud
Wherea, Tho Ropublio of Ha
waii has been recognized by tho
Groat Powers as tho established gov
erumout of theso islands, and
Whereas, A certain resolution
was passed by tho Seuato of tho
United States, recognizing tho priu
ciploof leaving to the people 0f ,
those islauds tho choice of electing ,
their own form of government, ami
Whtireas.-The Republic of Ha-
with and to quell insurrection or ro-
bellion, as well as to protect tho :
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islauds do hereby formulate aud
enunciate tho following articles to ' vf """omeni, except, to get, annex
bo our political creed: I atin 1 ' a.Btal ?' t"tory.
Article l.-Wo beliovo that the ro-1 , Mr Wl !,n 8a,d,: Wo aro Jloro f
publican form of government has
como to stay in these islauds.
Articled wo Del io vo that every,
person should assist the Government
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Political Union of theso island with ' l"lt,n8 U,w W"rd ''state" in., I can
tho United States of America. . .ot ?? ,0T.iXH !fo of 10 hi' .wo
Articlo 3. Wo believe that to be
come a member of tho Union, with
a liberal organic law, is to obtain
freedom of speech, freudom of tho
press, freedom of religion, mid to
liavo a strong protecting arm against
iutorual and external dangers. It
means inilux of capital, creation of ,
now on'.orpriso, circulation of mo-!
iioy, giving employment to all. Tho
opening of markotH for our pro
duce, tho introduction of a cable
enabling us to communicate with
the world at large. It means equal
ity before tho law, tho right to vote,
tho making of our local laws, the
election of our local officer. It
means tho shutting of the goto to i lworiiia. As lar as Placing our
Asiatic immiuration. tfivinc tho uoo-' 8"lvc'8 ,n "ny with tho policy of j
plo of tho country a prosnect of I
earuiug higher and hotter wages for
tneir lauor. it moatiH employment I
to our sous and dauchtors without I
competition with Asiatic cheap la
with A !! M.... in
bor. It moans freedom and inde
pendence, happiness within and en
tangling alliances with uouo.
Articlo 1. Wo beliovo that this is
tho course which will opou thodoois
of our prison aud allow the unfor
tunates to go free.
Articlo ft. Wo boliovo that, by tho
grace of God aud tho united etTorta
of all iu this matter, we will briug
peace, happiness aud prosperity to
our beloved ones aud lo our homos,
as well as a rich legacy to our pos
terity. Mr. Kaulukou, ou a suggestion
that the constitution be considered,
said ho thought tho mooting was
protuattire until martial law was
over. Ho moved that tho meeting
Mr. Wilson moved, seconded by
Mr. Parker, that tho constitution bo
considered section by section. Car
ried. Mr. Kaulukou, on the first articlo
boiug read which declares tho
name of tho organization to bo tho
Hawaiian Annexation Longuo
again raised tho objoctiou of pro
tnatiironess. Tho chairinau called him to order,
soying thoy woro not thoro to dis
cuss tho propriety of tho annexation
policy, because that priuciplo had
been already adopted iu tho pre
amble. Mr. Kaulukou moved that tho first
articlo bo laid on the tablo.
Mr. Wilson said: It strikes mo
that Mr. Kaulukou does uot under
stand tho preamble. Iu a general
way wo boliovo that annexation
would benefit tho country. Wo do
not go into details, which would
cover poihaps fifty pages of fools
cap. If wo menu annexation I don't
sco why anyono should object to
that first article. I movo wo adopt
Mr. Rieharilsou seconded tho mo
tion, which carried.
Tho secoud articlo originally roads
, "Tho objoct of this League i to as
sist tho Government in tho propaga-
. tiou. furthoritiL' atid securing tho
annexation of (ho islauds, as a stato
or territory, to tlio United States of
America. aiio spcciucnuuu as
stato or torntory" had boon struck
out of the preamble on its adoption.
Mr. Kaulukou moved that tho arti
cle pass as road.
Mr. Wilson said it was a question
in his mind if they should pass that
1 article as read!
( Mr. Richardson asked if nutiexn
i tiou was tho policy of tho Govern
1 Chairman Colbum Yes; it is in
i tho Constitution of tho Republic,
, nud the Government has declared
t itself in a letter lo our committee.
: Mr. Wilson thought thoy woro do
I manding somothiug they could not
, enforce. Wo should bo satisfied in
having tho United States Govern
ment take charge of us and mako us
part of their country no matter what j
form they give us. I think it is ask-'
ing too much to say that wo only
I support annexation as a stato or ,
(territory. It is hotter for us to place
j ourselves in such a position that i
they can deal with tu fairly and not
to put a stumbling block in their
Mr. Kaulukou would insist on an-.
1 nexation as a territory at least. i
, Mr. Parker said: That question !
was sottled in tho preamblo by strik-1
ing out tho dictation of tho form of i
government. I believe Mr. Kaulu-,
, kou came hero to try to block us. '
First ho tried to postpono tho meet- (
1 ing until martial law was over. Thon ,
when that failed he trios somo other .
I havo como hero uitrht af-!
lr nigni to uo busmoss, anu l wouiu
ralhor do it with half a dozn mom-.
bors. hau.. hftV, J',00? b3truct,DK
u with all sorts of objections. ,
Mr. Kaulukou said Mr. Parkor
know tbat they had a right to antpnd
? ro1v,go this dra(l f eonstilution.
Ho thou ariruou in favor of retain-
&K words, "state or territory." '
Tbo Hawaiians would not go into j
irauio uriu-ies in organization, to
instil tit o such an organization, and
if anybody does not like to como in
uo c.nn "W ,0IU- 1U0 Pous
snoauor said there was uo harm in
should put it in there after leaving '
it out of tho preamblo. lit tho pro-1
atnblo wo allow Undo Sam a frco
hand to act. Ho doesn't ask for fav-
ors from us it is wo who aro asking
for favors front him. Wo aro the
beggars, aud not in n position to j
dictate to tho Uuitod States. If wo
mclal l0 u,. un'10. a . ' ...
.,noau annexation ot us put nothing I
iu mo way io uniK inu uuiieu otaioj
in making us a part of their coun- J
try. They are tho host judges of
what is best to bo done. It -
is useless, perhaps, to ask for
a state, or oveu a territorial i
form of government, but wo may bo ,
taken iu as a comity or district of
jnouoyorniueni is concerned, every-.
00CV i common souse kuows mat
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through the Government, without
iwuodiuo iroaiy cau uo mauo. i
second tho motion of Mr. Johnson
to strike out tho words, to make tho
articlo consistent with tho pream
blo. Mr. Kaulukou complained of ac
cusations made by Mr. Wilson.
Mr. Wilson said ho mado no ac
cusation. Ho objected to people
comiug thoro to block them, aud if
tho cap fitted Mr. Kaulukou ho could
Tho auiondmeut carried aud tho
articlo passed as amended. The re
maining articles, l elating to organ
ization, woro passed aud tho consti
tution was adopted as a whole.
Somo progress was made iu tho pas
sago of tho bylaws, and tho mooting
adjourned subject to call.
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EXECUTIVE BUILDING, (
Honolulu, H. I., January 7, 18J5.)
Tho right of WRIT OP HABEAS
CORPUS is hereby suspended and
MARTIAL LAW is instituted and
established throughout tho Island
of Oahu, to continue until further
notice, during which time, however,
tho Courts will continue in sossiou
and couduct ordinary busiuoss as
usual, except as aforesaid.
By tho President:
SANFORD B. DOLE,
President of the Republic of Ha
waii. J. A. KING,
Minister ot tho Intorior.
General Headquarters, Republic
Adjutant General's Office,
Honolulu, Island of Oahu, H. I.,
January 1G, 1895,
SrEciAL Order No. 25.
Order for a Military Commission.
A Military Commission is hereby
ordered to meet at Honolulu, Island
of Oahu, on Thursday, the 17th day
of January, A. D. 1895, at 10 o'clock
a. m., and thereafter from day to day
for tho trial of such prisoners as
may bo brought before it on the
charges and specifications to bo pre
sented, by the Judge Advocate.
Tho Oilicers composing tho Com
1. Colonel William Austin Whit
ing, First Rogimont, N. G. H.
2. Lieutonaut-Colouol J. H. Fishor,
First Regiment, N. G. H.
3. Captain O. W. Ziegler, Compa
ny F, N. G. H.
4. Captain J. M. Camara, Jr., Com
pany C, N. G. H.
5. Captain J. W. Pratt, Adjutant,
N. G. H.
6. Captain W.C. Wilder, Jr., Com
pauy D, N. G. H.
7. First Lioutonaut J. W. Jones,
Company D, N. G. H.
Captain William A. Kinuoy, Aid-de-Camp
ou General Staff, Judge
By order of tho Commaudor-iu-Chief.
(Signed) JNO. H. SOPER,
Undor MARTIAL LAW orory
person fouud upon tho streets or
in auy public place betweon tho
9:30 P. M. and 5 A. M.
will bo liable to arrest, unless pro
vided with a pass from Military
Headquartors of tho Marshal's
The gathering of crowds i3 pro
Anyone disturbing tho peaco or
disobeying ordors is liable to sum
mary arrest without warrant.
By ordor of tho Commaudor-iu-Chief,
J. H. SOPER,
From and after date LIQUORS OF ALL
DESCRIPTIONS will be allowed to be
sold at tbe Licensed Salooni, between the
hours of 0 a. m. and 0. r. u., providing tha
Hume bo drank on tho prcmlsus.
No Liquors shall be taken away from
such Ealoons except Ilccr, Ale and Stoat.
Any violation of this will causo such Sa
loon to be Immediately closed. Tho pres
ence of auy person undor the influence of
liquor upon any saloon promises will also
be tmlllcleiit to cause such Saloon to ho im
E. G. HITCHCOCK,
Marshal Republic of Hawaii.
February 0, 1805. 1250-tf
SPECIAL ORDERS No. 81.
Tho following appointment is
hereby announced for ths informa
tion of tho National Guard ot Ha
waii. A. G. M. Robertson, to bo Aid-do-Camp
on tho Gonoral Staff with
rank of Captain, from February 11,
Captain A. G. M. Robertson will
act as Judge Advocate on tho Mili
tary Commission now iu session in
this city, vice Captain W. A. Kinnoy,
relieved from said duty.
By ordor of tho Commander-in-Chief.
JNO. H. SOPER,
Adjutant-Gonoral's Ofiico, Hono
lulu, H. I., February 11, 1895.
SPECIAL ORDERS. No. 26.
Tho Military Commission now iu
session in this city, convened by
Special Ordors No. 25, dated January
16, 1895, from theso Headquarters
will hold its rossionB without regard
By order of tho Commauder-in-Chief.
JNO. H. SOPER,
Adjutant-General's Office, Hono
lulu, Jauuary 19, 1895. 1243-tf
All porsons aro hereby notified
that they aro strictly forbiddou to
uso fire crackers, Chineso bombs or
any fireworks whatovor within tho
limits of Honolulu.
E. G. HITCHCOCK,
Marshal Republic of Hawaii.
Honolulu, Jan. 22, 1895.
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