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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. f., P'IDAY, JUNE 1, J900.
Baldwin Celery Soda
Headache, Nervousness and
FORT AND HOTEL STS.
When in Need of DRW
go to the
' HONOLULU DRUS CO.,
VON HOLT BLOCK, KING ST.
Daily : Delivery
ANY ORDER NO MATTER HOW SMALL
delivered from either of our stores daily to
H. MAY & CO., Ltd.
2 E3igf Stores 2
The Waterhouse Store
Architects, Contractors and Bollders.
Jobbing : Promptly : Attended : To.
WM. T. PATY,
Contractor aod Builder.
Store and Office Flttlne.
Pl.ni and E.tlmates rurnhtiel.
Hotel Street, near Beretanla.
O. A.Howard, Jr,
HOWARD & TRAIN,
Suit, t, Model Block. - HONOLULU, OAIIU. H.I
P. O. Box to. Telephone So
H. L. KERR & CO..
Architects and Builders
n.A W. P.e
P. O. Uoz u
F. W. Beard.lea
BBARD8LEE & PAGE
Architects & Builders
Office: Rooms 2-4, Arlington Annex,
Honolulu, H. I.
Sketches and Correct Estimates furnish'
at Short Notice. 1441
OF ALL KINDS.
Dealers in Lumbor and Goal.
ALLEN & ROBINSON,
Qnnnn strnnt. Honolulu
W. H. BARTH
Honolulu Sbeet Metal Works.
Galvanized Iron Skylights and Ytntllaton,
Conductor Pipe and Gutter ye'
Richard. Stnat, bat. Que tail Merchant, Houolja.
SOT Jobblnr promptly attand.d to.W
TclWhlte 41'. P. O. Box 1T
The Brealns Bultogn, 78 otan par
: to : Waikiki
The Mclntyre Store
COR. KINO ANCTFORT STS.
Markets and srocers.
Naval Oranges, Lemons,
Dried Fruit, Ranch Bs,
Butter. Cheese, &c.
J. R. MILLS
Lincoln Block, Klnir street.
Ilave boon sacr'flcod that you mid I
might t-at 'ho delicious Lewi.' Own
Cure llama aud Breakfast lincon.
LEWIS & CO.,
Telephone ?4o. 1 1 1 Fnrt St.
r.l.pboot. 1080 It .56 P. O. Boi r
Q. H. BERREY, : Managtr.
w-Diflcnlt collections 8 Specialty.
Room 10, Sprocket Building,
Collections a specialty. Prompt re
nlttances. No fee charged unless collec
tlnn l made. 144a
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN THAI
tho tenth assessment of ten (10) per
cent on tho capital stock of the Hono
lulu Rapid Transit & Land Company
will be due and payablo to J. H.
Flshcr, Treasurer, at ill Fort stri
(upstairs,) Honolulu, on the 2d day
of April Inst. The shares upon wnicfc
an assessment may remain unpaid af
ter thirty days from said date, will b
J. A. OILMAN.
Secretary H. R. T. U. Co.
Honolulu, April Id. 1100.
Hotels and Restaurants,
THE ORPHEUM CAFE
The Best Meal
The Best Service
In the City
:: At Popular Prices ::
8S-MEALS AT ALL HOURS: A la
carte or Table D'Hotc.
WE OFFER YOU THE
Best -5c. Cigar
Tu be bad for tho money.
CLOSING OUT ALL OUR DOMESTIC
Beaver Lunch Rooms
H. J. NOLTE.
Boor and Vine Dealers.
IMFOHTEHB, AND WnOLXBALl
Woo and Liquor Dealers.
Acrats (or to. Dottl.l Ralnltr Beer of s.attl.
NO. 19 NUTJAND STIIKET
Po.t.r Block, Honolulu, Hawaiian Island..
GrONSALVES & CO., Ltd
2fi Quofin otrnot. TTonnlnln, H ,
louobdatea Sofia Water ttL'
tamer Alien ft Fori Sts., Honolulu.
TEE : PACIFIC : NDRSERY
Cut and Growing Plants
Wedding& Funeral Designs
ON SHORT NOTICE
Large Variety of Roses and Other Plants
: FOR SALE ::
PINKE & CO.,
Union St., above Hotel.
A FEW VERY pfjSIRABLE BUILD
INGLOTS on Niinu Avenue, at Nle
lopa, Nuuanu Vallej 'or sale. Apply u
J. M H ''NSARRAT,
Cartwrlght Block, erchant strw.
rUid other Rings, Watches, Brace
lets, Pins, and an extensive variety
f J velry.
E. GK BIART,
K-I.V cOT Stopbt,
l). A. GROTE
Merchant -:- Tailors
Cleaned and Repaired
FIRST CLASS WORK GUARANTEED
Union St. near Hotel 1500,
H. F BERTELMAIN'S
To rear of old stand.
meet. Order left at either shop, or office,
at John Nott's itore, Kin? street, will re
.elve promp' attention. 1451-tf
BIOS IN SWEET HARMONY.
(Continued from pago I.)
this statement ns making tho matter
twlco ns bad for tho committee, when
Mr. Achl raised tho point of order that
tho 15-dny clause was not In the arti
cle under present consideration. The
chairman sustained the point, when Mr.
Humphreys proceeded. In Euglnnu
was an aristocracy of birth. Hero In
Hawaii was an nrlstociocy of wealth.
Ho Implored them not to put n prlco
of wealth on tho franchise. Tho nil
thor of tho report had told him that
tho Hawnllans wero further to bo re
strained by high dues In the club. Tho
United States Government had mnde
mado them American citizens, but It
was sought to make that priceless
privilege dependent upon their be
longing to a four by five precinct club.
Jesus had said that not everyone who
said "Lord, Lord," was entitled to tho
kingdom of heaven. And It wa not
everybody who demanded fair pla on
the lloor of this convention who want
ed to carry It out. He asked tlio Ha
wnllans present not to allow their con
fiding niid generous natures to bo Im
posed upon by unscrupulous schemers
for depriving them of the sacred rlghtB
of American citizens.
Smith AtlmltH the Scheme.
Carl S. Smith, Interpreted by Mr
Desha, spoke to a question of privilege
Ho wished to congratulate tho conven
tion upon tho nblo presentation of his
views by Mr. Humphreys without hav
ing Indulged In n Blnglo personality.
That gentleman had mnde a searching
Investigation of the report nnd nn al
most convincing argument of his view
of tho subject. Ho had attneked tho
motives of the men behind tho icpoit
without nspersing their characters.
There was no man who more than him
self, the chairman of the committee,
felt grateful to Mr. Hump! rys for
the searching criticism ho had given
tho document. If that report could not
stand before tho Inspection of any gen
tleman of these Islands upon Its met Its,
let It bo expunged fiom tno record. If
thnt paper contravened tho principal
of the Republican patty, then let tli.it
paper bo burned In the fire. Did he be
llcvc that the repot t ho had signed was
Intended to dcpilvc anyone of man
hood suffrage, be was a man of ills con
victions enough to denounce tho docu
ment. If nnyono of them came to the
conclusion thnt they had been mis
guided, that tho repot t took away Man
hood suffrngo, that It was opposed to
tho principles of the Republican patty,
that man would do him 11 personal fla
vor by voting against tho udoptlou of
the report. I wish now to sti.to to you
ns plainly, as tersely and personally as
I can, the manner In which this repot t
was built up In tho committee. When
It was suggested that tho committed
should be formed, nnd that I might be
the chairman, 1 had several talks with
gentlemen on this floor but who do not
belong ncre. We got suggestions nnd
assistance, as wo had been advised we
could, from every source whency wo
could get them. I found that one man
who belonged to this party, though ho
has not been long In these Islands, had
typewritten n paper containing n
scheme of organization. I found In that
paper matters that appealed to my
senso of justice, of fairness, of propri
ety, nnd I took that paper. That pa
per, gentlemen, formed tho basis of
our report. Our committee met at 1:30
and from that hour until 4:30 wu la
bored as assiduously as I had labored
for mouths. We went over that thing
section by section, lino by line, and wu
put thoso sections to the best test that
we knew. Gentlemen, I cannot speak
for moro than ono member of that vm-
mlttco of seven, but lean say for that
ono that wo wero not subject to any
Interference. If 1 have been led to do
anything, misled 1 should say, which
should not lutvo been done, I shall l .
cedo from my position. 1 nm not pro
pared to contradict or explain wlr.it
passed between Mr, Humphreys and
that gentleman. Gentlemen, but I do
want to tell you that If that Is machlno
politics I nm guilty as charged. There
was a gentleman who canto before U1I.1
convention Inst night and said that
objecting to machlno politics was like
throwing Chinese stinkpots. Who Is
throwing Chlneso stinkpots today, try
ing to stink this report out of this con
vention? Pause, gentlemen, before you
vole on this question and consider
whether you are being ground down by
a machine. This Is my question of
privilege, gentlemen, on behalf of my
self nnd other members of the com
mittee. Thero Is no matter so secret,
In any commlttco teport thnt I nm con
nected with, thnt I ennnot lny It bo
foio this convention. I do not think
theie Is anything in this report which
robs anyone of his suffrage. I should
like to see Article I. pnss. Do not volu
for this report, gentlemen, let my vote
be the only ono In Its favor, If you con
sider Hint it deprives ono mnn of his
Mr. Brown rose to a question of
privilege. It had been said thnt this
report was n product of machlno poll
tics. Speaking for myself nnd every
member of tho committee, 1 say that
tho committee had not known that
thero was such a document In existence
as that from which we drew a great
deal of what appears In thnt report.
When tho chnlimnn submitted thnt
document to us, ho snld It was written
by n gentleman whom wo all know Is
a Republican although not a member
of this convention. No other draft wns
presented to us, nnd I sny thut If any
other commlttco had the same oportuu
Ity they would accept It. Had wo not
done so, you would not have had a re
port from ub up to this moment. At
tho sntno tlino I think thero nro some
things In tho report which unduly re
strict voting privileges. But tho wny
I to correct that Is not by striking out.
Entranca on ,, but by amending It wherever tho con
cniranco on M.ig ,,., .,,i nn.i rnnr
Mr. McLcod moved to refer tho re
port to tho Territorial Commlttco
about to bo elected. Mr. Smith raised
tho point of order that tho motion to
BOARDING AND LIVERT
Rigs sont to any part of tho
HACKS -AT -ALL -HOURS
TEL. BLACK 141.
lay on tho (able took precedence of all
other questions. Thin point was sus
tained. Mr. Achl spoko In Hawaiian without
interpretation, tho chairman having
promised to check him if ho departed
from a question of privilege.
Tho motion to lny tho icport on tho
tnblo was lost, only 1 1 delegates voting
Smith Tries to Force It.
C. S. Smith moved thnt the article lie
Mr. Robertson moved tho urtlclo be
considered section by section.
Mr. Gear argued In favor of detailed
consideration. Having amended other
portions of tho report, there wero prob
ably other amendments desirable. H
had Home himself to offer.
Mr. Smith opposed seriatim consider
ation, believing Hint amendments
might bo orfcrcd without that process.
There wero amendments he thought
of suggesting himself.
Air. l.owrlo spoke In n similar strain.
Tho country delegates did not wish to
bo detained until Christmas.
Mr. Robertson believed that Unto
would be saved by taking up the sec
tions In their regular order, rather than
taking up amendments In ti hlgglcdy
plggleby fashion. No one desired moro
than he to expedite tho work, but
while they were at it they should mnko
n good Job of It. The manor In which
the plan of organization was completed
would have nn Important Inllucnco up
on tho welfare of tho party.
Mr. l.owrlo now said lie would sup
port Mr. Hobei (son's motion. His ob
jection had not been In tho lino of kick
ing, but to get at th espeedlest method
The motion tarried.
No Number LtmltH.
Mr. Kuhaulelio moved to make 10
Instead of 15 the number of voters to
qualify n pieclnct for club organiza
tion. Mr. White moved to strike out tho
section, ns the convention had nlrendy
decldo ilthnt any precinct should hiivo
Mr. Gear moved to strlko out all tho
words after tho lira tones, reading,
"Thero shall bo n precinct organiza
tion In every election precinct."
Mr. McCann supported Mr. Gear's
amendment, mid Mr. Kuhaulelio with
drew his own In its favor.
Mr. Gear's amendment passed.
Mr. Robertson moved an amendment
to section 3, to mako It consistent with
action on the preamble. Carried.
ICnocb Johnson moved an amend
ment to curtail section A.
itlnchtnc Section Killed.
Mr. Robertfeon thought this good, but
it would bo better to strlko out tho
whole section. They should not require
nn applicant for admission to attend a
meeting. He moved accordingly. Car
ried. Mr. McLcod moved to amend section
1". by Inserting a clause saying that no
fees or dues should bo required.
C. S. Smith thought tticro wero va
rious matters In this section fur con
sideration. Ho moved tho convention
adjourn till 7:30, but withdrew tho mo
tion at tho request of tho chair.
Mr. Gear proposed a substitute to tho
section, whereupon Mr. Smith renew
ed his motion to adjourn.
Adjourned at r,:3.r till 7:30.
Chairman Kuulukou called the con
vention to order at 7:fil. Ho started In
to appoint a comlnittco of llnanee.
John A. Scott declined becauso ho
thought Honolulu men ought to form
tho committee, to which tho chairman
retorted that tho llilo members had
Messrs. Gear. Urabbe, G. W. Smith,
Itiukea and Achl wero dually appoint
ed. Inulccu Condemns Report.
Tho chairman stated tho order of
business to bo tho consideration of sec
tion n of Utiles and Regulations recom
mended by tho committee.
Curtis I'. Iatikea interposed to per
form n painful duty. Not long ago ho
was called to denounco a transaction 111
his own district. Now It was his duty
to denounce a discreditable transaction
exposed on the lloor of this convention.
It had been charged by Mr. Humphreys
nnd not denied, thnt tho report that ho
held In his hand had been prepared to
shut out the votes of native HawallatiH.
They wno treading on dangerous
ground. The party had not yet re
ceived tho native vote. There was a
movement coming' to a head among tho
Hawallans to form un Independent par
ly. Ho represented moro nattvo votes
than any delegate there, and they had
been gained by bard work. It was a
dangerous policy that had shown Itself
In tho convention, tho attempt to rttlo
by those who thought they held a ma-
Inrlrv. He wnrneil thorn nrmliisit. trv.
ing t0 put antagonism between tho na-
tlvcs and tho missionaries. Attacks on
tho missionaries would ho resented by a
largo number of natives, Tho children
of. tho poor wero being educated by the
(Continued on page C.)
jgtn's, Brokers and Jobbers.
W. G. Irwin & Go
Western Sugar Refinery Oo., Hi ttix.
Baldwin Locomotive Work eM
Philadelphia, Fenn., U.8.1,
Newell Universal Mill Co. (Natkaat
Cano Shrcdder),New York, O. m.
N. Ohlandt & Co'a Chemical FttttP
Alex. Cross & Sons, high graCi &
tillzcrs for Cano and CoSm.
Heed's Steam Pipe Cortrlaj.
ALSO OFFER FOR SALB
Parafflno Paint Co'a P. ft
and Papers: Lurol an
Oils, raw and boiled.
Indurlne (a cold water yaMfc M
whlto and colon. (
Filter Press Cloths, CmuL mm
and Bricks .
CASTLE & COOKB,
HO XOLU J U .
fbt fcw. Pl.nt.tl'flCo.
Tb. W.ltlui Atl(ulrMl Co., LI,:
Th. Kohal Sur.r Co
Tb. Wil.m.t Sugar (III Co.
Th. Kolo. AgTlctilMut Co.
Tti. Fulton Iron Work.. 51. too:.. Mo.
Th. St.n3.ril Oil Co.
Tb. Co. F. Bl.ko Stt.a Punp..
The New Enjl.nl Life lniuf.net Co, ft. .
Th. .Etna Tlr. Int. Co. ol H.rtforl, Cm.
Th. Alll.nc. Atiur.nc. Ca ol Loodo.
Agents for the California and Oritwitt
$m. G. Irwin & Co.
Wm. Q. Irwin, Frcsldont and Kajurjm
Claua Sprevkels VleePrsalstac
V. II. Qlffurd.. Second Vice PrMlssaB,
H. M. Whitney, Jr..... Trcas. ax
Geo. J. Rom AtaMsji.
AornrxB of inn
JOEANIO STEAMSHIP OOMPiJI
OF HAN FRANniHOO. OAT.
QUEEN ST., - HONOLULU.
The Lancashire Insurance Co.
The Balolse Insurance Co.
Union Gas Engine Co.
Domestic Sewing Macb ne. Bto
BREWER S CO., MiD
Queen trt I, Honolulu H.I
ll.w.llin Agricultural Co;.ny, Am.rKta Still
Conp.nv, Ooiul Suj.r Pl.nt. Co., Oooa.t B.i.i
Co., Honomu Sug.r Co., W.lluku Sug.i Co., Kibi
Sug.r Co , H.le.k.lt rinh Co., MoloLI R.xb,
Planter'. Line ban It 4ico Paclret ha.. Sr vt
fc Co.. Lin. ol Boston racnet.
LIST OF OKFICKRS
0'. M. Cooko, Profeldont; Goorgo fi
Robertson, Mnnogur; IC F. Ulstor.
Troasuror and Sbcrotary Col. W. if,
Allon, Audit r; P. C. Joiior, H. WaUt
houBo.Ooo. K. Cartor, Directors.
luQeral Manager of
rb Rqujt&ble Life Asan.'Anca Sccitlv
O' thn IJultod States for tu tliv.Uia
Oii'nai Mfrflhunt atrMt. linn
M. PHILLIPS OO..
Wholesale Imported and Jcbbers
luropean and American Dry &coq
Fo t and Queen StmiU.
H. HAOKFELD OU.,Le
.ENERAL COMMISSION ABE!
Oor. Wn nnd Onecn Street HoaoUls
tionoituTj. Iron Works Co.
Improves And modern 8UQAH
CHINERY of every capacity anal
scrlptton mads to order. BolUr
and RIVETED PIPES tor 'TTipfl
purpose a specialty. Partlaeuar atUat.
tlon paid to JOB W3RH a-H rsisHfj
exscuttd at shortsst noUos. .