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Vol. Vni. No. 1530
12 PAGES HONOLULU, H. L, SATURDAY, MAT 12, 1900. 12 PAGES
Pbiob 5 Cents.
ORGANIZING THE PRECINCT
Meetings Held Last Might Showed
Thurston Comes into the List Tor the Convention
Delegates As a Rule Unnamed - Second
Precinct Leads the List for Numbers.
The organization of the precinct
clubs of the Republican party took
place last night. In most of the dis
tricts and precincts there wero full
meetings. In a few of tho outside dis
tricts meetings were postponed for va
rious reasons until next week. That
tho trtio Republican spirit was In good
J working order was shown by the ac
fitlon of several of the precincts In de
"forrIn nomination of delegates until
a future meeting, when a fuller attend
ance of Republicans could bo present.
All of tho meetings wero noticeable
for the perfect decorum which prevail
ed and the absence of factional feeling.
Tho broad term "Republican" covered
all differences of opinion nnd the club
men of the various precincts met as
Republicans Intending to act with tho
Republican Party In the Territory of
Hawaii. Tho leaders of tho natives
wero represented In each precinct;
they wero present to watch events and
wero In every instance, ns were tho
Portugueso present, given full parti
cipation in tho proceedings. Some
concern was expressed, In tho different
precincts, to have a full representa
tion of Republicans present beforo tho
delegates of tho clubs wero elected. In
somo of tho elections took place, but
In others It was delayed In a spirit of
In tho ninth precinct of tho fifth dis
trict, when tho election of a delegate
came up last night, instructions wero
given by tho voto of tho club that Mr.
Thurston should bo tho delegate to be
nominated to tho convention. Thl3
was done, as explained by Mr. Bnllou
nnd others present, because there
might bo some hesitancy on the part
of Mr. Thurston In voting for himself
as a candidate to tho nominating con
vention. It was suggested that the oth
er members could elect him and he, in
his turn, could help elect others of the
delegates who wero desirous of going
to tho convention.
Tho meeting at tho Uerctnnla street
school houso was the largest held in
Honolulu. Tho meeting therefore de
cided by a unanimous vote, to hold tho
next meeting In the hall nt Indepen
dence Park. To meet tho expenses It
was voted to assess all tho members of
the precinct $1 each to defray expen
ses Tho following is the result of last
FIRST PRECINCT Clnilrruun, Cecil
Urown; secretary George Manson; en
rollment committee, W. C. Woo
don, J. H. Boyd , John Cas
sldyj flnnnco committee, W. C. Wcedon
and J. A. McCandless; comlmtteo for
Wnlklkl end of district, E. S. IJoyd, J.
II. Lahllahl and John Casstdy; for
Punahou end, Ed. Towso, A. V. Pear
son and Geo. Dennlson; judges, Henry
Davis, Ed. Towso nnd Jack McVeigh.
Meeting to bo held at tho" Government
nursery next Friday nt 7:30 p. in., for
tho purpose of nominating a delegate.
Thirty members signed tho rojl.
SECOND PRECINCT Pi esldcnt.
J. A. Oilman; secretary, D. II. Case;
treasurer, V. A. Bowcn; enrollment
committee,!!. F. Wlchman.C. II. Ather
ton, C. S. Crane; Judges, V. O. At
water, E. 0. Wlilto, F. C. Atherton.
Committco on Rules, L. Andrews, F. J.
Lowrcy and Charles Wilcox. J. II.
Fisher was appointed to this commit
tee but refused to sorve. A meeting for
nomination of delegates to the district
convention Is to be held in Indepen
dence Hall next Tuesday night. One
hundred and sixteen Republicans sign
ed tho roll.
THIRD t'KECINCT Chairman. M.
P. Robinson; secretary, C. J. do Roo;
enrollment committee, O. J. do Roo;
Judges, Thos. Patton, R. Rycroft, J
Mann. A. S. Humphreys was nominat
ed for delegate to tho district conven
tion. Eleven signed, Tho roll will bo
open for signatures at rooms 1 and 2,
Progress block, from 9 to 12 n. m. and
2 to 3 p. m. and on May 19 from l p. m.
to G p. m. at polling place.
FOURTH PRECINCT Chairman,
W. C. King; David F. Morton, secre
tary; W. II. Wright, treasurer. En
rollment committee, J. II. I.ove, Abel
Cnrrelro, Frank Rosa.
Judges for Primaries C. II. Gray, I.
R. Burns, Jas. II. Hunt, Harry Evans
and E. O. Ferrlera.
Committco on By-laws Jas. II.
I.ove, Jas. Nott Jr., W. Horace Wright,
G. II. Rutman and M. M. Colm. Sixty
signed tho roll. Clarence Crabbe anil
W. T. Bluxom were nominated nn dele
gates to tho district convention. Tho
nominations were left open to bo fur
ther considered at a meeting to be call
ed for Wednesday evening.
FIFTH PRECINCT Chairman. C. L.
Garvin; secretary , John W. Short;
Judges, A. F. Cooke, 8. Johnon. C. L.
Garvin. John W. Short. A. V. Cooko,
C. L. Garvin and W. M. Tompleton
nominated for delegates to district
convention; nineteen signed.
SIXTH PRECINCT Chairman, T.
E. Wall; secretary, O. S. Swain; enroll
ment committee, T. 13. Wall, O. S.
Swain and Captain Bray; place of
meeting, Chamber of Commerce. The
election of delegates was postponed un
til Thursday evening, May 17th, owing
to tho smal lattendanco
SEVENTH PRECINCT No report
FIRST PRECINCTN No rethrns.
SECOND PRECINCT Geo. Weight,
temporary chairman reports no meet
ing held last night owing to short no
tice. Tho meeting will be called for
THIRD PRECINCT Walalua court
'i sjse Chairman, C. P. Iaukea; secre
tary, A. S. Mahaulu; enrollment com
mittee, Andrew Cox nnd Mr. Maukann.
A mass meeting Is to be held tonight
at t'.ie Walalua Hotel.
FOUUTH PRECINCT A meeting
held; officers and delegate to be elected
and roU ilgned en next meeting on
Tuesda evening .
FIFTH PRECINCT Chairman, Geo.
F. Ronton; s'crctnry nnd treasurer, D.
II. Murdoch Enrollment committco,
II. D. Thlrklcld, Thos. O'Dawda and D.
II. Murdoch. Judges. Thos. O'Dowdn,
D. B. Murdoch nnd II. I). Thlrklcld.
SIXTH PRECINCT Chairman, Par
son Azra; secretary, Jan. McDonald;
treasurer, A. Fernnndcz. Frank Aich
er was elected club delegate. Over forty
Republicans signed tho roll.
SEVENTH PRECINCT Permanent
chairman, W. L. Wilcox; vlcn chair
man, Geo. II. Huddy; secretary, I. II.
Shorwood; treasurer, S. Lowdon;
executive committco, T. McCants Stew
art. K. R. O. Wallace, Capt. J. Cluncy,
E. C. Winston and W. Kamann; enroll
ment committee, E. C. Winston, W. O.
Nccdham and James L. Holt. The
abovo names, together with tho offi
cers, to compose examination commit
tee. Forty-two members enrolled.
Meeting adjourned to meet again Fri
day evening next, May 18.
EIGHTH PRECINCT Chairman, W.
C. Achl; secretary and treasurer, P.
Sllva; enrollment committee, F. L. Les
lie, Charles Dwlght and Mr. Bristol;
Judges of election, J. M. Knncakua, Ru
dolph Duncan and T. J. Penfleld. The
election of n club delegato was post
poned, on account of the Bmall attend
ance, until Friday evening nt tho resi
dence of W. C. Achl, subject, however,
to a special call by tho chair.
NINTH PRECINCT Chairman, Geo.
R. Carter; scceretary, J. Do Bolt; en
rollment committee, George R. Carter,
W. J. Coelho, W. J. White; nominee
for delegate, L. A. Thurston; twenty
TENTH PRECINCT Chairman, J.
L. Kaulukou; secretary, E. J. Wilson;
enrollment committee, Ab. D. Bolster,
Chas. Broad, E. J. Wilson; Judges, Geo.
PIgott, W. H. Crawford, A. D. Bolster;
nominee, J. L. Kaulukou; eleven mem
bers. Passengers From Hawaii.
From Maul and Hawaii ports, per
stmr. Klnnu, May 12 W. C. Wilder Jr.,
Miss Ladd. Miss Mott-Shlth, Mrs. Am
bier, Wm. McKny, A. C. Steele, Miss
Krout, Major J. Wood, Carl Strecko-
wald, Carl Braush, L. Whltchousc, W.
H. C. Campbell, Geo. T. Klucgel, E. J.
Walker, A. A. Braymer, C. E. Moore
nnd wife, Mrs. E. Naanao, Y. Wan
Hlng and wife, E. A. Frnser, Rov. 8.
Kanda and wife, L. R. Crook, L. K.
Akann, A. N. Kepolkal, John D. Holt,
W. Berlowltz, U. Napoleon, C. Benson,
R. D. Yokum, P. D. Day, Chlng Tong,
Lcong Sue, Young Kong, W. Do Cato
and wife, R. C. Searlo, R. C. Searlo Jr.,
J. W. Searlo, J. T. McCrosscn, N. J.
Polmero, C. S. Holloway, A. Fernandez
and wife, J. H. Leixelrn, M. A. Sllvn,
J. Rago, W. Savldgo, F. J. Cross, P.
Bowden, Y. Yokokawn, M. Yamada, D.
H. Kahaulello and 153 deck passen
In tho tennis match of yesterday F.
C. Atherton defeated A. T. Brock to tho
tuno of G-0, 6-1. Tho semi-finals and
finals will bo played on tho P. T. C.
courts this afternoon. At 2:30 S. G.
Wilder will play P. M. Lansdalo and E.
R. Andrews, F. C. Atherton. Tho win
ners of these matches will play tho
finals at 4 p. m. Tho Bulletin predicts
that Lansdalo and Atherton will bo tho
All interested in tho gamo aro In
vited to tho P. T. C. grounds to witness
Republicans of Hllo in response to
tho call sent out from Honolulu havo
culled a mass meeting of their district
for Saturday evening. Mny 12. Hllo is
For flno full dress shirts at S1.00 each
L. B. Kerr & Co., Queen street. These
shirts aro strictly high grado as to S
HONOLULU t SCHOOL
Day and Night Classes
Rooms ti-u, jrd Floor f o a, h.a p. m
Hour l 7:309:30 p. M
FORWARD 50,000 STRONG
Roberts Drawing His Net More
Closely About the Boers.
Advance Is Hade Cautiously Bat With
Good Effect Bratdtort Has
Been Taken Press Is
London, May 4. It Is announced that
tho British have captured Brandfort.
(Brandfort is 60 miles northeast of
Blocmfonteln, on tho Free State Rail
way.) The Gallant Gordons.
London, May 4. Tho Dally News has
tho following from Thabanchu, dated
Wednesday: "In yesterday's Hanking
movement Captain Towso nnd fifty
Gordon Highlanders wero surrounded
by 250 Boers, who demanded their sur
render. Captain 'lowse ordered his
men to fix bayonets and charge. With
a wild cheer tho Gordons rushed the
enemy nnd swept them away with great
(daughter. Captain Towso was blinded
In both eyes by tho enemy's fire, and
throughout behaved most heroically."
The Advance Operations.
The Blocmfonteln correspondent of
the Standard, telegraphing on Mny 2d,
says: "I have Just ridden hither from
Thabanchu, along tho lino of our ad
vance, east of Blocmfonteln. Tho dis
tance Is fuiiy 40 miles and yet almost
every point of concentration Is contest
ed by the enemy. General Bundle, with
the Eighth Division, Is posted on our
right flank, with orders to guard a
strong and boldly outlined frontal posi
tion in n country of a decidedly diffi
cult nature. Thcro tho Boers havo
posted n number of guns of superior
weight nnd range to our own. How
ever, they show no disposition to do
more than keep In touch with us, and
to harass our advance. Further to the
west General Inn Hamilton, with his
division of mounted Infantry, Is press
ing northward, encountering only u
desultory lire. Tho Highland Brigade,
from Valkrantz has been engaged,
while General Tucker, commanding tho
Seventh Division, has moved eastward
from Karco Siding, and has returned
south, followed by the Boers.
Nevertheless, tho cavalry, owing to
tho grenter number of tho enemy, have
been prevented from completing the
movement that was Intended to encir
cle tho Boers on tho march to Brand
fort, and the enemy aro now prepared
to offer stubborn opposition on an en
trenched hill to tho southeast of Kron
stadt. They will probably abandon
that position ns soon ns their stored
havo been moved north of tho Vet
General Tucker's attemtp to advance
on Brandfort showed the enemy to bo
In considerable- strength. The Colonial
Cavalry wero engaged, and they lost 20
horses whllo under fire from Pom
poms. Thu Boers were, however, driv
en from their position."
British Press Sarcastic.
London, Mny 4. The Times, refeilng
to the correspondence says: "Lord
Lansdowno's despatch Is a singular In
vitation to Lord Roberts to cook his
opinions for the benefit of tho unfor
tunate. British public. Comment upon
this correspondence Is almost super
fluous. Thero Is something credttnble
to Sir Redvers Duller in his refusal to
re-wrlto a despatch for publication."
Tho Dally News says: "Tho man In
tho street, considering what ho has
been allowed to sco, will bo npt to
form rather lurid Ideas of what has
been withheld from his gaze."
The Dally Graphic severely ntturks
Lord Lansdowno for "trying to nhlft
Tho Standard mildly approves thu
Government's action In publishing tho
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ITAllltlllUWUll, Ullt, 1.1U ftl-UCIII, WtMIIIMll
Is that tho correspondence should not
havo been published, unless In full,
and tho partial publication Is. on the
whole, rather badly received,"
50,000 British Advance.
London, May I, 4:15 a. m. Goncrnl
Broadwood's Cavalry Brlgado has
reached Isabelfortoln, 28 miles north
of Thabanchu; General Ian Hamilton
Is bivouacking nt Jacobsrust, 15 miles
north of Thabanchu; General Tucker's
division Is moving eastward from Kn
rco Siding; the divisions of Generals
French nnd Rundlo aro in nnd near
Thabanchu. Thus Lord Roberts has
C0.000 men operating clear of tho rail
way, along n front of 10 miles. II.) Is
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advancing Blowly, with somo success
es, but nothing decisive. Yet, nt all
points of concentration tho Boers ap
pear In 'otio iMlliclpnt to oouii. i the
British to proceed with caution.
Tho wldo front In a rugged country
makes turning movements off-hand
Observers nt headquarters In Blocm
fonteln seem to think that tho Boers
nro preparing to evacuate Brandfort
nnd Ladybrnnd. Tho Uoers still hold
ing the Thabanchu district nro esti
mated nt 4,000. They have nmong their
guns a 40-pounder. Ono correspond
ent wiring from Blocmfonteln on Wed
nesday at 1:15 p. m said that tho
British hoped to cut off the whole com
mando. The correspondents at Klmbcrley
nro forbidden to communlcato for sev
eral days, the deduction being that a
forward movement Is under wny there.
Tho Boors In Natal aro restless. Two
hundred crossed Sundays river on
Wednesday, and tried to engage tho
The Olflclui Orjjnn.
Minister Young was asked if bids
wero to be Invited for publishing in
newspaper and printing in pamphlet
form tho Territorial BUI. He answered
In tho negative. When Instructed to
have tho work dono ho asked tho Exe
cutive Council tho question, nnd It was
decided It was not worth while for so
small a matter, nnd that tho work be
given to tho Advertiser. Mr. Young
was sorry his bands had been tied, be
cause since tho action was tnken Mr.
Atkinson of the Star had told him ho
had prepared nn Index to tho Bill,
which ho thought would bo a good
thing. Ho did not llko to sco so much
trouble go for nothing, but In n case
of that kind those doing such work
should glvo timely Information. The
typo prescribed for the work was pica.
Hawaiian Born Lawyer.
Erie AUred Knudscn, u nutlvo or
Walawn, Kauai, has been admitted to
tho Hawaiian Bar. Ho Is an American
citizen, 27 years of age, resided last at
Boston, Mass., and Is not only n gradu
ated Bachelor of Arts from Harvard
University In 1894, but received tho de
gree of Bachelor of Laws from tho
samo University In 1807 after a three
years' course, at Its Law School. Mr.
Knudscn has practiced law In Boston
slnco May 25, 1S9S. Ills certificate of
recommendation Is from Hon. W. O.
Smith, who has known him slnco child
hood. Condition of Prison Road.
Sumo tltno ago tho Bulletin called at
tention to tho disgraceful condition or
tho road from King street to Oahu Jail.
Soon after men wero set to work on
tho thoroughfnio and one-half of It
was tilled In. Tho condition now Is
really woiso than beforo and tho peo
ple who uso tho road aro very anxious
that tho other hulf bb put In good con
dition at once.
Manager F. J. Cross and Mr. Bow
den or tho Wireless Telegraph Com
pany returned today. Tho stations lo
cated wero Kaunakakal on Moloknl,
and a point on Maul near Mnkcva.
Y. T'.mnkn, a JaianrHo rrom the
Union mill nt oKlialu, fell overboard
from the Klnau off Maalaca nt about
G o'clock this moiulng. A boat was
lowered Immediately tho fact becamo
known, but nothing could bo seen of
the fellow. Tho boat was capsized on
account of rough weather.
THE WATERMAN IDEAL FOUN
TAIN PEN. All Bt:cs, all shapes. II. F.
TWO WEEKS ONLY.
Wo will hold a reduction sale In
every line, commencing from May 5th
1900. Call In and Judge for yourself
Iwakaml, Hotel street.
MR. CULLOM IS SATISFIED
Appointments Thus Far Published
Remarks bj Mr. Cullctn on the Power of Gov
ernor-Little Said lo Hare Good Chance
for Judgeship Work Done.
Washington, D. C, April 28. Tho
Hawaiian government bill went to tho
President this morning for his signa
ture. Tho President assured a friend
of tho measure that It would bo speed
ily signed, the only delay likely to en
sue being to havo tho Attorney Gen
eral look over It.
Senator Cullom, who has had charge
or tho bill, stated to your correspond
ent today that ho wns very well satis
fied with tho mcasuro ns passed, al
though It contains many changes rrom
the original bill. Ho Is or tho opinion
that It will prove acceptable to tho ma
jority or tho people of Hawaii nnd will
servo to glvo them a satisfactory form
of government until they nro admitted
Ncarly all of tho Hawallans hcru
nro satisfied with tho new law. the nnlv 12
exceptions Doing Messrs. Smith nnd -
Hartwcll who have continuously on-
posed many of tho reformatory amend- 9-
mciita plnced In the original measure.
That those refnrnintnrv nmnmlmnntu
have been secured Is dun In hn mnln
to tho efficient work of Col. O. F. Lit-
tlo who has been In closer Imiph wlih
the members of Congress than nnv
other Hawaiian representative who has
been here during tho session. Through
Col. Little's effective efforts Section
4 of tho bill was amended so as to
make citizens nil American citizens
who were residents or tho Islands Au
gust 12, 1899. Ho also secured tho
adoption or the Tollowlng amendments
Making each house or the Legisla
ture Judge or tho qualifications of Its
Rcqurlng that Senators and Repre
sentatives shall be qualified to voto In
tho districts rrom which they may bo
Tho rejection or the clause making
payment or tnxes obligatory In order to
The elimination or tho property
quniiiicatfon for citizenship.
Tho provision that no person shall bn
convicted or a criminal offenso excep
ting by unanimous verdict.
Tho appointment of all Judges by tho
President Instead of by tho Governor.
Change of Ufti term ot Judges to
Tho establishment or a grand Jury
Tho provision tor appointment or a
clerk and reporter ror tho territorial
Provision providing thnt the Act
tnko effect forty-five days after pass
ago Instead of on July 4.
Amendment preventing Imprison
ment for debt or non-payment or taxes.
Securing American registry Tor thu
Star or Franco, Euterpe, Star or Rus
sia. FallB or Clyde and Wllseott.
Nearly all or these amendments weio
opposed by the Hnrtwell ruction, but
Now that the bill Is passed the ques
tion or appointments Is looming to tho
Tront. To tho present time very little
has been said or dono in regnrd to ap
pointments tho efforts of tho Hawaiian
representatives hero hnvlng been con
fined mainly to securing the passago of
Tho President had n conference this
morning regarding appointments with
Senator Cullom, In whoso Judgment tho
President has great confidence. Tho
conference was short as tho President
was pressed for tlmo and related only
to tho matter In n general way. Asked
what course tho President will pursuo
In making appointments Senator Cul
"I think all of the appointments nt
the disposal of tho President will bo
made from citizens of tho Islands ex
cepting possibly thnt of Territorial
Judge. 1 nls appointment may go to
one of the California applicants. Those.
I understand urn M. M. Estce and
"In the matter or tho Governorship.
U I wero n gambler I would bet on
Dole. He is the choice or a consider
able element jm tho Islands particular
ly tho older residents, and as tho bill
gives him but limited powei'H, the only
objection that has been urged against
him, mat of tho possibility of ccntial
llng inatti i'H among his friends so that
they might have virtual control of af
raiiH, docs not have much torce. I
think Dole will bo appointed. If he
should not bo inmlo Governor ho will
probably bo made Chlcr Justice or tho
"ir Dolo should bo appoint! .1 Gover
nor tho Chlcr Justiceship will probably
go to Hnrtwell or Ficar.
"Beyond the Governorship : .id tho
Chler Justiceship thero ha. '.ecu but
little, discussion to the present tlmo
nnd the disposition or the other ap
pointments will bo dercrred until con
ditions in tho Islands can bo carefully
discussed by the President with those
who aro familiar with them and in
whoso Judgment ho can rely."
Col. fJ. F. f.lHln la linlnir atrnncrltr In.
dorsed for tho position of Territorial
JUdlTO. nnn Ctt Ilia mnat nntivn aunnnrf.
crs being Senator C. D. Clark of Wy
J. A. BRECKONS.
Free Trip to San Francisco
for Hawaii Teachers
Following is tho standing or the
Teachers' Contest up to Saturday,
May 12. Tho names corresponding to
tho numbers mny bo obtained nt tho
Bulletin olllcc. These numbers apply
to tho Bamc names throughout the con
Fort St. Night School. i97
St. Peters 163
Royal iSchool 99
, lolanl 35
, 101am school 25
, HlchSchool 28
, Knlulanl School 22
, Honomu, Hawaii 14
, lolanl School 13
, lolanl School 11
, Kaihopua School u
, Kautuwela School 10
, Oahu 8
, Reform School 7
, Kaakopua School 6
, I lanl School 5
, Kaakopua School 4
, St. Peters 4
27 - "
it. t'eters 2
-. Roval School
-, St. Andrew's Priory
-, High school
20. , Walmea, Kauai 1
Tho teacher who shall havo secured,
tho most votes at tho end of tho con
test will bo given a free trip to San
Francisco nnd return.
l'assago has been secured on ono of
tho flno now boats or the Toyo Klscn.
Kalsha lino which aro said by all who.
havo traveled In them to bo tho best
and most comfortable boats on tbv
run between hero and San Francisco.
Tho America Maru will bo tho steamer
on tho trip up, leaving hero July 17.
Either tho America Maru on August 'i
or tho Hongkong Maru on August 20
may bo selected on tho return trip ac
cording to tho length or stay it is dc
ilrcd to make at tho Coast.
A voto wit appear In each, tssuo
or tho paper on tho upper
right hand corner of tho first page. In
addition to this, votes will bo given
with all NEW subscriptions to the
paper. It should bo understood in this
connection that a. new Bdbscrlption
docs not consist In transferring tho pa
per to somo other namo In tho samo
tiouso nor In stopping the paper and re
8ubscrlblng. Votes will bo given to ail
now subscribers as follows, tho coupon
being attached to tho receipt for the.
1 MONTH 0 votes
3 MONTHS 1C0 "
6 MONTHS 350 "
1YEAR 750 "
Teachers on tho other Islands Bhould
not loso sight of tho fact that this con
test Is open to nil teachers of tho Ha
waiian Islands nnd that they have as
good a chanco as nny ono of securing
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