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THE EVENING BULLETIN; HONOLULU, H. I., 8ATU 'DAX, MAX SG, iHno,
Monday, Mny 21.
Itcimbllcnn primary elections of Sat
urday passed off In a manner highly
gratifying to nil HepubllcniiB having
the best Interests of the party at heart.
A kooiI sized vote was cast and good
feeling existed throughout tho town
except In tho Seventh Precinct of tho
Fifth District where somo difficulty
During tho bnllotlng In tho Seventh,
it becaino apparent that W. K. Sims
would bo elected. After somo argument
Jt was decided to place tho ballot box
in a room by Itself, thus giving each
voter a secret ballot. When tho bal
lots wero counted there wcro 1G0 found
In the box but only 141 names on tho
check list. Mr. Stewart seeing that he
was defeated began to rush tho wrang
ling and started off with tho ballot box.
A meeting will be held tonight to ex
amine ballots. Mr. Sims declares his
confidence In having enough votes to
carry tho election. He also declares
that Mr. McCants Stewart will havo to
adjourn bis political activities to an
other precinct If he wishes to win an
election of any kind.
First Precinct, Government nursery
Votes polled, 94. J. It. Boyd, 7G; J.
R. McCandless, 19. Judges Henry
Davis, E. S. lloyd, Ed. Towse.
The election of delegates to tho dis
trict convention In tho second precinct
of the fourth district resulted in the
choice of Charles Wilcox nnd Clarence
M. White by largo majorities. Tho suc
cessful candidates had been run as a
ticket, which beforo tho count was
derisively dubbed the "Bulletin
ticket" by tho Carter-Andrews machin
ists. That section complimented the
ticket, however, by borrowing Mr. Wil
cox's name from It and coupling there
with that of Ed. R. Adams. Thero were
202 ballots cast and tho result of the
vote was: Charles Wilcox, 191; Clar
ence M. White. 123; Ed. R. Adams, SO;
scattering 5. Majority of Wilcox over
Adams, 114; majority of White over
1 bird Precinct, end of Nuuanu car
line. Votes polled, 12; A. S. Humph
reys, 11; R. Rycroft, 1. Judges Thus.
Patton, R. Rycroft, J. Moiinn. Mr.
Humphreys was the only nominee.
Fourth Precinct, Royal school
Votes polled, 120. C. L. Crabbe. 109;
V. H. R. Vlcrra, 8; A. G. M. Robertson.
4; W. Harrison Wright, 3; C. Wlnim,
1; A. V. Gear, 1. Judges C. B. Gray.
I. It. Bui ns, J. H. Hunt, Harry Evans,
E. O. rcrrclrn.
Fifth Precinct, Kupualawa bchool
Votrs polled. 30. J. W. Shoit, 13; A. F.
ConkP 11; Dr. C I,. Garvin. 9; J. M
Templcton, 3. Judges A. F. Cooke,
Dr. C. L. Garvin, Sam Johnson.
Sixth Precinct, Chamber of Com
meitc Votts polled, 27. Dr. Cooper,
25; F. L. Hoogs. 2. C. S. Desky va3
nominated as a delegate, but withdrew
in favor of Dr. Cooper.
There vvns no election bold nt Wal
raanalo In the Seventh Precinct,
Fourth District. Tho number of voters
thcie Is bnmll, at present being no
moic than four, who, should an elec
tion Liu held, would not be ablo to give
elilicr pnity a vantage.
First Precinct, Kaueohe Court House
Votis polled, 02. Frank Pnhla, 52.
Judges 11. C. Adams, J. Roberts, A. 1'.
Second Precinct .Koloalo.i Couit
House Votes polled, 15. W. K. llath
bun. 2; Gcurgo Weight, 13. Judges
John Mahunnlll, 1). Pocpoo; H. McCub-
'ihlid Puclnct, Wnlalun Court Housi
Votrs pollen, 30. C. P. Inukcn, 30
yiidgcs Uenj. Nauknnn, Paul Mahau
lit, Antliew Cox.
'I la c'utlui of tho fourth precinct of
tho tilth district was held nt tho Wala
niio Cuuit iluuse. llieiu weic two can
didates foi the dUcguto to tho district
convention and the voto proved to bo
n tie, Moses Malahon.i and J. K. Ke
kahuna each receiving 1 votes. A tele
phone message was received from there
tins afternoon announcing that another
flection would be held.
In the Fltth Pieciuct, Fifth District
(P. wa inllwny station,) theio was but
one candidate to tho district conven
tion, Edwin Faimcr, who received all
the votes cast.
Slth Picclnct rrnnk Archer elect
ed. Seventh Picclnct Election contested
by W. It. Sims, J. D. Holt and T. Mc
J.lglith Picclnct, Tramways building
Voles polled, 33. W. C. Achl, 33.
Judges Penhcld, J. M. Kancakua, R.
'I ho election In the ninth picclnct,
fltth dlbtilct, was a very quiet affair;
but results show that' the electors
knew exactly what they weio doing,
'lhcio was ouo regular nomination,
that of It. A. 'thurslou, who vvus nomi
nated with Instructions to voto for
himself us a candidate to the National
Republican Convention nt Philadel
phia. This probably developed more
or less opposition to that gentleman
last Saturday. On Saturday morning
W. J. Coclho was announced as a can
didate unit these two gentlemen weie
tho only candidates announced until
5:30, when tho uamo of J. A. Hughes
was placed on the blackboard. It was
n surpilse; and one of tho Judges said
in a Jocular manner that ho hadn't
much time to catch up with Thurston
Messis. Ballou and Gcorgo Carter
were at tho polls during tho afternoon,
but soon left, after voting and explain
ing In tho piesence of the judges what
should bo uono In tho way of excluding
suspicious votes. Mr. Coclho, one of
tho candidates, was also one of the
judges of election and tills fact was
pointed out by n voter present. The
Judges, however, decided that tho mat
ter could not bo now remedied without
n voto of the Republican club of the
precinct It was then suggested that
should a dlsputo arlso a btatement of
the facts should be submitted to the
Tho belief throughout tho afternoon
ntnnnf Hin frlnmla nf Aft Tlitteatn.. ntt.1
! Mr. Coclho wns that tho election lay
uctween tnoso gentlemen, nnd this wns
not dispelled until tho votes wero mon
than half counted and it became evi
dent that Mr. Hughes must have been
elected early In tho fight.
Everything connected with the elen
Hon went off in the best good spirit
nnu tnrco hearty cheers wero given foi
Mr. Hughes when tho result was an
nounced to ho bo Votes east, 09; for J.
A. Hughes, 27: for W. J. Coelho. 21.
for L. A. Thurston, 21. Ono vote was
cast for J. L. Kaulukou. candidate foi
the Tenth precinct, whoso polling place
was in tho next room, and was conse
quently thrown out by the Judges.
In the tenth precinct of the fifth dis
trict J. Ii. Kaulukou and E. J. Wilson
wcro tho candidates; by an error J. A.
Hughes of tho ninth precinct received
ono vote. The voting vvns lively nnd
02 votes wero polled; of these J. I
Knulukou received 59, E. J. Wilson, 2,
nnd J. A. Hughes, 1. The tenth pre
cinct includes n lnrgo part of tho old
Chlncso qunrter, and theio were 46
votors or that nation who presented
themselves, with certificates nnd natu
ralization papers at the polls on Sat
urday. Tho native Havvallans wero
also out In good force, no less than 15
Wednesday, May 23.
Tho fourth district Republican con
vention met nt 10:30 this forenoon In
tho Judiciary building. There were
present tho following delegates elected
at the primaries on Inst Saturday: J.
H. Boyd, Charles Wilcox, C. M. White,
A. S. Humphreys, Clarence Crabbe, J.
W .Short and Dr. C. B. Cooper.
The meeting was called to order by
Mr. Humphreys, who nomlnnted C. M.
Whlto to bo chairman of tho District
convention. Mr. White was unani
mously chosen nnd remarked upon
taking the chair that ho was pleased to
seo the convention starting off right.
Charles Wilcox was chosen ns secre
tary nnd A. S. Humphreys wns elected
a committee of ono on credentials and
submitted tho following repot t:
"The undersigned having been ap
pointed a committee of one on creden
tials repot ts the following dclegntes to
tho Dtsttlet convention of tho Fourth
District to have been duly elected:
First Precinct J. II. Boyd.
Second Precinct Chns. Wilcox, C.
Third Precinct A. S. Humphreys.
Fouith Precinct Clarence Crnbbe.
Fifth Picclnct J. W. Short.
Sixth Precinct Dr. C. B. Cooper.
Seventh Pieclnet No election.
The report on ctcdcntlnls was adopt
ed. On motion of Mr. Humphreys tho
secretary caiieii tho precincts by dele
gates and tho following wero nominat
ed and elected to tho Territorial con
vention: J. II. Boyd, C. M. White, Charles
Wilcox, Wallace R. Farlngton, A. S.
Humphreys, Clarenco Cinbhe. J. W
Short, C. S. Desky, A. GllOllun, Cecil
Blown, A. V. Gear, Georgo W. Smith,
C B. Wilson, S. M. Knnaknnul, Gcorgo
Mcl.eod, C. B. Cooper, Jas. A. Kennedy,
A. G. M. Robertson.
At tho conclusion of tho election cf
delegates a. S. Humphreys offered tho
following resolution which was unani
"Bo It icbolvcd by the delegates to
the Fourth District convention In con
vention ubscmbled Hint the delegates
this day elected to tho Territorial con
vention bo and they nio hereby In
stituted to vote ns a unit for B. F. DII
lnghnm as a delegato to the National
Republican Convention to bo held In
Philadelphia, Juno 19, 1900."
On motion tho secretary was in
structed to notify the delegates elect to
tho Territorial convention of their
nomination and election thereto by tho
District convention, nnd that they bo
Instt uctcd to forward to tho chairman
an acceptance theieof, whereupon tho
chairman would sign tho proper cre
dentials to tho convention to bo held on
On motion of Mr. Humphreys the
District convention then adjourned
The convention for tho Fifth District
met immediately after tho adjourn
ment of tho Fourth District conven
tion In tho samo place. J. h. Kaulukou
was elected chairman nnd E. Farmer
On motion of W. C. Achl tho i tiles of
the Legislature were adopted to gov
ern the pioceedlngs. Mr. Achl was ap
pointed a committee of ono on cre
dentials and reported ns follows:
I ho undersigned committee on cre
dentials reports the following elected to
bo delegates to tho District conven
tion for tho Fifth District:
First Precinct Frank Pnhla.
Second Precinct Gcorgo Wight.
Thlid Precinct C. P. Iaukca.
Fifth Precinct Edwin Farmer.
Sixth Precinct Frank Archer.
Eighth Precinct W. C. Achl.
Ninth Precinct J. A. Hughes.
Tenth Precinct J. L. Kaulukou.
In tho Fourth Precinct there had
been no election and tho election In
the Seventh Precinct had been con
tested, tho details of which would h
submitted to tho convention." The re
port vvns adopted.
Mr. Achl offered tho following reso
lution which, after discussion, wns
"Resolved. That tho District conven
tion of the Fifth District of tho Terri
tory or Republic of Hawaii, hereby re
quests that the judges, any ofllcers or
any person who has In their possession
tho votes cast by voters, nnd tho list of
tho voters of tho Seventh Precinct, Dis
trict Five, of tho Republican Party, to
produco beforo this convention tho
votes of said precinct cast on May 19,
W. C. AOHI,
Dolegato from Eighth Precinct,
It was ulsom oved nnd carried that
a Work for llmvnll. r
M Washington, May 14. Ropr- ri
Pa sontntlvo John Allen of Missis- pa
Ta fllppl called on tho President P3
Wi today to recommend A. S. pa
Pa Humphreys for a Judgeship In pa
rsa Hawaii. Humphreya formerly Pa
P3 lived In Mississippi and Is a Pa
IM Republican. pa
M The Senate today passed pa
Pa Senntor Morgan's bill creating Pa
fa a new customs district of Ha- pa
pa wall, with one collector who pj
Pa shall rcsldo nt Honolulu. The rSi
Pa snlnry Is to bo $4000 a year and Pa
Pa such deputy collectors ana oth- Pa
Pa cr customs officers will bo nl- Pa
Pa lowed ns tho Secretary of tho U
PB Treasury shall deem necessary. Pa
PTi Pa Pa ra Pa Pa Pa Pa Pa Pa p p. ff
Frnnk Pahla bo authorized by the com
mttteo to execttto the resolution under
an order signed by tho chairman and
sccretnry of tho convention, which was
couched In the following terms:
"To all whom these presents may
"Greeting: This Is to certify that
Frank Pnbala Is authorized by tho
District convention of tho Fifth Dis
trict, at their meeting held on Mny
23, 1900, to produce beforo this con
vention tho votes cast by the voters,
and tho list of tho voters of tho Sev
enth Precinct, District 5, at the elec
tion held Mny 19, 1900.
"J. h. KAULUKOU.
A lexolutlon Introduced by Mr. Achl.
asking that the Republican Party bo
requested to pay the expenses of the
delegates to tho Tcrlrtorlal conven
tion to be held Mny 30th. wns adopted
after considerable discussion. Somo i f
tho delegates thought tho resolution
A request In wilting was read from
W. R. Sims nsklng that an Investiga
tion into tho alleged frauds in the
Seventh Precinct be made.
The convention then proceeded to
nominate nnd elect by precincts the
following delegates to tho Territorial
Frank Pahla, George Weight. C. P.
Iaukca, Edwin Farmer. Frank Archer.
W. C. Achl, J. A. Hughes, J. L. Kaulu
kou, W. W. Goodale, E. B. MIkalcml, J.
M. Kanenkua, Manuel Costa, S. Hoo
kano, E. Johnson, James Davis, S.
Having elected theso delegates tho
convention ndjourned until 12:30 to
nwalt the report of the committee In
vestigating the Kallhi squabble.
'Uio convention again assembled nt 1
Frank Pahala repoited that ho had
seen Mr. Wnllaco and had asked him
for the ballot box; Wallace had refused
to deliver It and ho had brought Mr.
Clitnlo, one of tho Judges, with him to
mako a statement.
Cnpt. Clunlo said that Mr. Wallneo
was In possession of tho box. When
tho ballots did not ngrco Mr. Wallace
and othcis had a dispute, In which Mr.
McCants Stcwnrt took part and flnnlly
pcisuaded the others that tho box
should go to tho executive committee
ho rules nnd regulations had been
read fallowing that tho executive com
mittee had a right to tho box. Ho had
not ngrccd with the Judges about men
casting votes who could not wrlto nnd
could only sign their names. Two of
the judges had decided against him.
Ho believed there was something
wrong In tho election.
C. P. Iaukca legtcttcd tho facts ami
said ho thought It best to elect now
men who had not been connected with
Mr. Hughes asked Cnpt. Clunlo If
tho Judges could not havo made the
cuors complained of nnd the captain
admitted that they could easily havo
done so. Thero had, however, been no
protest mndo at tho time.
W. C. Achl moved that Jas. L. Holt
and W. R. Sims bo declared elected to
represent Kallhi District.
C. P. Iaukca thought candidates who
had not been connected wiin tho pil
mary election should bo selected and
ho gave reasons for following such a
courso nnd securing tho confidence of
Messrs. Hughes and Farmer concur
red in this opinion and the latter nomi
nated E. C. Winston.
W. R. Sims stated that a compromise
had been proposed but refused, to sub
tract tho extra votes equally from the
candidates, and nbldo by tho result.
Mr. Pahla thought tho pcoplo's caudl
iato should bo solected from nny two
of thoso elected
At 2 o'clock the question vvns called
and Judgo Luther Wilcox and Dr.
Georgo Huddy wero elected dolcgates to
represent the Seventh Precinct, Fifth
DIstilct In tho Territorial convention.
'lhe convention then ndjouincd slno
Hllo Republicans havo started out
on tho pathwny of organization with
rousing enthusiasm and just enough
differences to mnko things Interesting.
Tho first mass meeting was held Sat
urday evening, May 12. A. B. Loeben
stein was elected chairman, Carl 8.
Smith secretary. Locbeustcln made
a characteristically patriotic speech.
Tho following committee o. 24, three
for each precinct was nominated nnd
. Rlchley, Vlcrra, Smith (J. U..) Ly
man (F. S) Hapal, Ray (I. E.,) Purdy,
Whltehouse, McDonottgh, Clay, Brown
(Ben.,) Ray (W. A.,) Smith (Carl S)
Andrews (Bob,) Andiews (L. A.,) Molr,
Beemnn, Horner (A.,) Dillon, Parsons,
Holmes (M. V.,) Horner (Wm.,) Ry
Tho mass meeting immediately nd
journed and organized Itself In a pre
cinct mccetlng for naming nominees to
the District convention. After somo
warm arguments tho following dele
gates wero nominated:
McStockor, Desha, Vannatta, Vierra
(L. M) Whltehouse, Smith (Carl 8.,)
McDonough, Lyman (F. S.,) Smith (J.
U) Guard, Affonso, Richards, Holmes,
Ryan, Andrews (Bob,) Brown (B. II.,)
Smith (W. H) Howlnnd, Wilson, (J.
II.,) Rlchley, Hapal. The sevon re
ceiving tho highest number of voles
to bo tho delegates to tho District con
vention. Tho organization commlttco met
Wednesday evening. Polling places
were established nt Olaa, Walakoa,
Hllo Court House, Kallmann and Wnl
nnku. Precinct Judges wero namod ns
Hllo F. S. Lyman, Judge Hapal, J.
Olaa C. J. Geddlngs, II, H. Gcrlach,
Walakea Capt. Andrews, John T.
Brown, Cnpt. Fitzgerald.
Wainnku E. E. Richards, 0. F.
Affonso, James Gibb.
Knumana J. Gamellelbon, Anton
Oak, A. Barnes.
After a sharp cpntest It was decided
that the voting qualification bo na foi
All cltlrcns of the Republic of Ha
waii who can read or wrlto tho Eng
lish language, nil citizens of the United
States residing In Hawaii at tho timo
of the passago of tho organic act and
all aliens who have resided In Hawaii
for five years previous to tho passago
of tho act nnd who wish to tako tho
oath of alleglanco to the United States
will bo permitted to voto nt tho elec
tion for delegates next Saturday.
Tho Tribune announces tho with
drawn! as candidates for delegates of
J. U. Smith, A. Rlchley, J. rt. Rowland,
E. N. Holmes, G. W. A. Hapal, S. L.
Tho primary elections were held Sat
urday, May 19.
Walluku, Mny 19. About ono hun
dred peoplo were present at tho first
meeting of the Walluku Republican
Utib held In tho Walluku courthouse
last Wednesday evening. Only a few
Hnwnllans wero present.
Senator Kcpolknl wns called to the
chair and Job. N. K. Kcola was elected
T..c chairman then appointed tho fol
lowing Enrollment Committee: Geo.
Hons, S. E. Kalelknu, J. H. Thomas,
W. T. Robinson nnd J. P. Sylvn. Tho
meeting then proceeded to tho election
of delegates to the district convention
to bo held In tho Walluku courthouso
next v.cdncsdny moin..ig, nnd tho re
sult was: Geo. Hons was elected from
Walluku, T. M. Church from Kahulul
nnd Spreckelsville, nnd A. N. Kepolkal
from Honunula. Addresses wcro mado
by Messis. Geo. Hons, T. M. Church,
a. . Kepoih.nl and Judgo J. W. Ka
Iiin, who In their remarks explained
tho reasons which mndo them Republi
cans. Although there wcro ncnily one bun
died picsent nt tho meeting, only 21
Blgned tho rolls of tho Republican
party, but tho enrollment committee
will see that a largo number of those
who refused to sign that night will
Tho Democrats of this town Intend
holding a mnss meeting ns soon ns they
hear from ihclr leaders In Honolulu.
Tho Walluku nntlves havo not thus
far signified which party they will
espouse, but It Is certain a majority
of them will Join tho Republicans.
Tho Lnhnlna Republicans will meet
this evening to elect District Magis
trate D. Kahaiilcllo as their delegate
to the dlstilct convention.
Tho Hnnn, Keanao and Klpahulu
Republicans will meet at Hnna this
ovcnlng for the same purpose.
The Republicans of Makawao nnd
Hamnkuapoko met last Thursday
evening. D. C. Lindsay was elected
chairmen cud W. O. Aiken sccretnry.
F. W. Hnrdy was elected a delegate
from Makawao, and Messrs. H. A.
Baldwin, D. C. Lindsay and Rev. J. Ka
llno delegates from Hamakuapoko.
Tho vice presidents nio: F. W. Hardy,
P. N. Knhukuolunn nnd A. F. Travarcs.
Stlirltig speeches wero mado by F. E.
Atwatcr, W. E. lleckwlth and Love
land, after which tho meeting ndjourn
ed. Thursday, Mh' 24.
When tho McCabo, Rcnnle &. Hamil
ton nnd tho Merchants' stevedore com
panies combined several local mer
chants nnd two or threo retired bca
captains got together nnd formed an
other company for tho purpose of com
petition. Tho money has all ncen
raised and six donkey engines ordered.
i ho nnmes of tho parties to the trans
action cannot bo divulged just now as
organization has not been completed.
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T. KATSUNUMA &:Co.
A. K. OZAWA, Msnsgtr.
GENERAL BUSINESS AGENCY.
IneTlTHC"SCt' K'""U ' vt,W" SP'' "
Y. MAN SING-
Has Removed From Fort Street to m
nuuanu oireei, opp. UOO lilm'S,
Dresses Made To Order.
A Fine Assortmfnt of American. English and
Scotch CLoth on Hand . j
No. i Nuusnu strl, Honolulu, II. I. Ji
Good work snd first-clan til Kusrsntectl
Clothes Cltaned and Repslrcd.
.CORNCR AlAICEA AND KlNQ STREETS.
GROCERY AND FRESH FRUITS
always on hand. FRESH PINEAPHLES
cdiu'I-c1?1 order' and CALIFORNIA
K kM.1 IS,SXv.Sry steamer and also ISL
AND BUTTER. Delivery Free. Tel. 361
No. Nuusnu St , fcslow Msrcbsnt. Honolulu.
MERCHANT : TAILOR
nS?Su" aTuranma to It and In Istss atrial,
Cohlng msds to ordsri Uniforms a spsctalrj.
Clothes cltsned and rscslrsd atressoaabls rataa.
The World Recister
Keeps the Cash whllo you are Iniuy.
Try one 0
On Maibleand Granite,
Fences and Lawn
Haw'D Iron Fence and Monumental Co
G. A. GROTE
Merchant ; Tailors
Cleaned and Repaired
FIRST CUSS WORK GUARANTEED
W..IU.I ju ,lau noiej, 1509,