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Detail of Gear's Fight to
TEND AGAINST GEAR
Hawaii Represented Among Interested
Spectators-Democrat Comes to Aid
of Wilcox to Put Him Onto Me
thods of Making His Fight.
Washington, Feb. 9. Tho House
Committee on Elections has becu
w refilling for two days with tho con
test brought against Delegate. Wilcox
looking to unseating him. Represen
tative. James M. Hoblnson (Democrat)
of Indiana appeared nt yesterday's
hearing as Mr. Wilcox's attorney. Mr.
Hoblnson stated that as Mr. Wilcox
was not familiar with the proceedings
in election cases he had consented to
appear In his behalf and filed the fol
lowing answer to the memorial which
had been filed by George I). Gear:
I am In receipt of yesterday's copy
or memorial or petition of (ieorgo D.
Gear, with respect to tho seat that "I
occupy In tho United States Congress
ns Delegato from tho Territory of Ha
waii. I understand that many of the
charges preferred are, on their face,
without merit. I ilralre respectfully to
submit my answer to such portion of
the charges ns tho comtnltteo mny In
dlrnte their deslro to have answered, nil
of which are Inconsistent with the facts
whero material. As I am unfamiliar
with tho proceedings In such cases, I
desire reasonable tlmo In which to pre
pare such answer.
If tho two letters, attached as ex
hibits 11 and C to tho petition, dated
impectlvely January 31, 1S3P, and
March 8, 1899, are to bo considered
nnd answered, I respectfully suggest
that tho conditions provnlllug at thnt
tlmo nnd tho legal status of the Ha
waiian Islands with respect to tho Unit
ed States wero entirely different from
thoso existing Inter, nnd nt tho tlmo
of my election, and. Indeed, at tho
tlmo tho Hawaiian Islands Anally be
came n. part ot tho United States, tho
organic law becoming effective and
making tho Hawaiian Islands defi
nitely a part of tho United States In
.Tunc, 1900. nlmost a year and a halt
after tho pretended letters nre dated.
I nm now sincerely nnd thoroughly an
American, nnd I believe In and heartily
support their Institutions.
I submit that I should have, In fair
ness, a definite statement from tho
cnmmlttco as to what portions of these
charges they deem material nnd de
sire from me nn nnswer, expressing
the further desire to have a reasonable
tlmo nftcr learning from tho committee
their wishes within which to submit
my answer. Very respectfully.
nonuRT w. wilcox.
Delegate from the Territory of llnwnll
In tho Congress of tho United
Yesterday's session was devoted
mainly to hearing tho testimony nnd
argument of Mr. Gear and a brief ar
gument In Mr. Wilcox's behalf made
by Mr. Robinson.
In his testimony, Mr. Gear first stnt
"il that Governor Dole's proclamation
(filling tho election was Issued Septem
ber 22, 1900. This proclamation called
for tho election of a delegato to Con
gress. Claiming that this proclamation
was not published for a uuillclcnt
length ot tlmo prior to tho election.
Mr. Gear said: "It was Issued for a
suillclent length of tlmo calling for
tho election of Senators nnd Represen
tatives, hut there was no machinery nt
nil for electing a delegate to Congress."
In rcsponso to questions propounded
by Mr. Robinson, Mr. Gear stated that
ho voted ot the election; that tho total
number ot votes cast was 9,609; and
that possibly 2,000 citizens did not
voto. He detailed the result of tho
election; nnd when asked If ho was
representing Parker ho said that ho
was not representing Parker any mnro
than the rest of tho community, Thero
was a fund collected for his expenses
hero to which a numtier of merchants
of Hnwnll subscribed. Asked, If ho
considered thnt President Dole ncted
In perfect good faith In Issuing tho
election proclamation, Mr. Gear said:
"I Bnw President Dole, nnd his legnl ad
visors, and they told mo they nlwnys
lind doubt as to tho legality of tho
Questioned as to whether objections
wero nindo and whether citizens re
frained from voting because they ho
lloved tho election proclamation was
not Millil. Mr, Gear saldr "Understand
mo, my objection Is not p. question as
to tho tlmo of the notice. That'll!' not
tho question In tho case at nllTjflt is
tho question whether or not tltetcT was
nny Inw nt nil for tho election of a
delegntn, nnd not thnt tho notlco was
not plven In tlmo."
Representative Mann of tho commit
tee, said: "As I understand It, you
claim, on that point, that Hawaii Is not
entitled to a delegato In Congress nt
this tlmo nt nil,"
Mr. Gear "Yes, sir."
Representative Mann "Thero hav
ing been no provision of law authorize
Ing the eleqtlon of n delegnte?"
Mr. Ocar "Yes Blr. That has been
my contention right nlong."
Mr. Gear testified as to the purport
of speeches made by Wilcox during
tho campaign. At ono point In his
testimony a sensation was created
when Wilcox, who wns sitting by his
counsel, muttered, "Ho."
Mr. Gear had stated that In one of
Wilcox's campaign speeches he said
that he would restore Queen Ulluokn
lnnl. As he said this Wilcox seemed
to become livid with rngc and hUsed
the word "He," between his teeth. Ho
was restrained from nny further dem
onstration by his counsel.
During the hearing Attorney Gear
was asked to produce the originals of
the letters written by Wilcox to Cao-
sar Cclso Moreno, nnd after a brlnf re
cess thq original letters were produced
and plnced In evidence.
Chnlrman Taylor of tho comrplttee
said that In his opinion what was dona
or written by Wilcox when ho wns n
citizen of tho Republic of Hawaii
should not affect the committee In Ha
discussions, unless there might he nn
Inclination to show that he was In tho
habit of rebellion, and even that should
not have nny effect.
Mr. Gear cited the fact that on March
24. 189S, Wilcox sent a letter to Mo-
reno asking him to see the Secretary of
War to secure for him a romman 1 Mi
tho army of the United States so that
he might take part In tho struggle
against tho power of Spain In Cuba,
nnd yet six months later he was send
ing letters which offered his services t.i
tho Filipinos. These facts taken Into
consideration with the fact thnt twice
ho wns convicted of treason In his own
country, once ngalnst the monarchy
and once ngalnst the Republic of Ha
waii, are enough to show thnt his pro
testations of fealty should go for
Chairman Taylor Interrupted to auk
If It could be denied that when Wil
cox nas elected tho men who voted f-f
him knew thnt ho had been convlctej
of treason, nnd thnt. notwithstanding
this fact, ho received nearly two'
fifths of all the votes that were cast
Mr. Ocar admitted this, but said the
voters did not know of these letters.
He rend from one of Wilcox's letters,
which had not been secured In time to
be Included In the complaint, as fol
lows: "I havo made up my mind to
Join with you ngalnst America In caso
they Insist to Ignoro the right nnd Jus
tice of your cause. I know well my
profession of artillery officer, nnd havo
no fear of the wholo world when I
fight for a legltlmato cnuso llko yours.
Between Agulnaldo and myself It will
bo llttlo chnnco left for tho Invading
army of tho United Stntcs to Invade
your country. Tell Agulnaldo I hav
already given my services for your
country nnd can light for the Indepen
dence of your country and peoplo at
Speaking of this nnd tho other Wil
cox letters, Mr. Gear said: "They wero
nil written nfter tho American Hag wns
raised In the Islands. Thero might bo
a question ns to the citizenship of tho
people when tho Islands were nnncxed,
but there can bo no question ns to their
nlleglnncp to the Untied States at the
tlmo these letters wero written."
Mr. Mann of the commlteo rend a
clause of the Constitution of the Unit
ed States defining treason nnd said that
Congress could, without doubt, expel n
member for nny cnuso whatever. It
could not expel n member for trearon,
unless ho hnd been so convicted .r
could bo so convicted. This could not
tin done In this case.
In responso to this, Mr. Gear said:
"1 romo hero to show this comtr.lt'cc
thnt the man who holds tho seat for tho
Hawaiian Islands Is not n proper per
son to sit In the Congress of the Unit
ed States. I come to plead with you
on behalf of tho decent people of Ha
waii to not allow to sit In the Cnngrcra
a man who has shown thnt ho does not
deserve that right. Ho says he Is nn
artillery oflleer. Send him back to hln
profession, but do not nllow him to
alt as tho Representative of the Hawa
iian Territory. While our peoplo are
learning to lnvo America and American
Institutions, do not put before them tho
cxnmplo of the clevntlon of n man who
writes such letters ns theso. I submit
to you that this man Is not fit In edu
cation nnd does not hold the sentiments
that entitle him to represent the Ter
ritory which wns granted the great
prlvllego of coming Into this Union."
Mr. Gear then mndo a legnl argument
to show that thero was no election of
This brought forth consldernblo dis
cussion by tho committee nnd thoro was
a general examination of precedents.
It developed that thero Is no general
Hawaiian election law and that the
provisions In tho Constitution of thn
Republic ot Hawaii had been wiped
out by the Act of Admission.
Gear admitted that he had mado
speeches In favor of the Republican
candldato and had urged tho people
to ote for Parker, though he had be
lieved thnt thero could be held no legal
In behalf of Mr. Wilcox. Mr. Robin
son filed n specific nnswer to the
chnrges contained In the Moreno let
ters, It reads as follows:
In asi.cr lo Hie alleged charges nnd
faetB presented to the Elections Com
mittee No. 1, of the Housu of Repre
sentatives, tho undersigned, Robert W.
Wilcox, Delegato from tho Territory of
Hawaii, submits- Thnt ho Is a native
Hawaiian, that ho shared with Hiu
peoplo nntlvo then, loyalty to tho for
mer Queen I.llluokalanl, during her
reign, and was not In sympathy with
tho rolgiilug power, Immediately suc
ceeding her reign.
Thnt after the annexation of Hawaii
to thn United States he labored earn
estly to secure from tho United States
Congress an organic law for the peopla
of Hawaii, and came to Washington,
and remained for live months to pro
mote the same, Ho freely confesu-j
that he did not therefore understand
fully tho Institutions or the feelings
of the United States, but all doub.
were dispelled when the Congress gno
to the people of Hawaii a splendid s
tem of organic laws, providing ns ful'y
os could bo for their rights personal,
property, and political nnd tnafrin
them citizens of the United States.
mat in common with tho people
there ho hnd nt all times, with genuine
patriotism, supported the United SUtcs
nnd Its Institutions, nnd Is now and
has been a loyal supporter of the Con
stitution, laws, and Government of tha
United States. That on the passage of
the said organic law for Hawaii he and
the citizens of the United States and
Hawaii generally registered as a voter.
and he announced his candidacy ai a
Delegate to Congress from Hnwal. as
provided by law. That during this rn-
vnss he loyally supported the United
States nnd Its Constitution and laws,
nnd no word of his during said time
uttered could bo otherwise construed
He did, during that time hold out tho
hope that Hawaii, now n Territory of
tho United States, would some time be
come a State of the Union.
He ndmlts that on January 31, 1S99,
nnd on March 8, 1899, he wroto two sev
cral letters, marked exhibits 13 and C
In the petition, That said letters won
of a personal and confidential nature,
and sent to whom he supposed was u
friend, nnd who he thought would nrf
betray his confidence.
This Nlev. wns Justified by th fact
that tho letter, exhibit II. wns In aid of
hlm. He further says that sal.l let
tcrs were written by him under an
entire misconception of the reil a'tl
tudc of the Government of the Untied
Stntes toward the peoplo of tha Hawa
iian Islands, nnd his false Impression
were entirely dissipated by thn action
of Congress In enacting the organic Inw
for the Territory, which passel April
30. 1900, and took effect June II, lOAO.
Thnt under the laws of the Unite 1
Stntes, at a fair nnd free elecMon. he
wns elected as n Delegate from Ha-vall
to the United States Fifty-sixth Con
gress, wns sworn In as such, and Is now
performing the duties thereof. That In
all respects he Is duly qualified as Bjvh
Delegate, and no reason exists or has
existed disqualifying him as such Dele
gate from Hawaii.
Mr. Robinson nlso gave notice that
he would flic a brief In behalf of Mr.
Wilcox which ho would prepare at tho
earliest possible moment. Mr. Gear
will nlso file a brief.
After hearing Mr. Robinson, tho com
mittee ndjourned until Tuesday next,
first taking n short executive scss'on.
Among the prominent citizens of Ha
waii who wero present at tho hearing
are W. E. Hnywood, Iand Commis
sioner llrown nnd Harold M. Scwnll.
rrom tho trend of questions pro
pounded to Mr. Gear by Individual
members of the committee nnd from
tho tenor of Chairman Taylor's com
ment It may be reasonably Inferred,
thnt at this point In the proceedings,
tho sentiment of a majority of the com
mittee Is with Wilcox. It Is possible
the arguments nnd briefs to be submit
ted may change this sentiment but this
Tho opinion evidently prevnlls that
It would bo unwise to Interfere with
the will of the peoplo of tho Territory
as expressed nt the first opportunity
given them to exerclso the right of suf.
Senator Foraker has Introduced lu
the Senate a bill providing for tho re
tirement of Hawaiian coinage nnd cur
rency. The bill Is Blmllar to that which
recently failed to pass the House, ow
ing to tho opposition to Democratic
members on the Committee on Coluago,
WclghtB and Measures. It Is under
stood that a further effort will bu made
to pass tho bill In tho House, as tho
members previously opposing It have
considered the matter nnd ngreed to
Joseph M. O.it has been commission
ed postmaster at Honolulu and Arthur
Wall to the same ofllco at I-ahnlna.
Tho Sennto Committee) on Judiciary
today reported favorably Senator
Clark's bill amending tho section of
tho Hawaiian net of admission relating
to salaries of Territorial nnd Federal
olllclals. Under this amendment tho
salaries provided are as follows: Gov
ernor. $3,000; Sccrctnry, 13,000; Chief
Justice, $5,500; Associate Justices, J5,
000; Circuit Justices, (1.000; United
States District Judgo, $5,000; United
Stntes Attorney, $1,500; United Stntcs
J. A. nilUCKONS.
The ever popular Rainier beer Is be
coming a household word and "will
you havo a glass of Seattle," Is mom
often heard than anything else. The
Criterion Saloon baa the beer on tap cr
Tho use of tho Singer In millions of
homes shows tho unprecedented suc
cess of theco Ideal sewing machines.
It Is convincing proof thnt tho Singer
excels In nil kinds of family sowing
ami art needle work, All our sowing
machines uro of the best construction,
beautifully decorated, and aro mounted
on selected woods in finely finished
cabinets of artistic design, 1). Ker
nel son, agent, 10V4 llcthel Btreet, P, O.
Those wishing reliable horses, ex
perienced drivers, now rigs, fair prices
and courteous treatment should call at
tho Territory Stables. Their tclcphono
number Is Mnln 35. They dellvor and
call for rigs frco ot charge.
A co-partnership Is announced between
William R. Castle, Jr., and Philip M.
Lansdale. for the purpose of carrying on a
etnenl Heal Estate, Trust, and Investment
business. All business done bv W. R.
Castle, Jr., will hereafter be carried on
under the firm name of Castle & Lans
, THE PACIFIC MILL COMPANY
has succeeded to the planing mill business
of the Enterprise Mill Co., Ltd., Alakea
and Richards streets, and tespectfullv soli
cits the patronage of all former customers
of the latter mill company.
7i6tf W. H. G. ARNEMANN.
Stockholders are hereby notified that tha
Poufth Assessment of tr rmtnr twn and
one-half dollars per share on the Capital
Stock of THE INTER ISLAND TELE
GRAPH CO., LTD., Is due and payabla
July ist, at the office of the undersigned,
Ul Fort streot. J.H.FISHER.
Actc Treas. Inter Island Telegraph Co.
Honolulu. June t. tooo. t;$o
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
At the adjourned annual meeting of the
HENGSTNOM .MUSIC COMPANY, LTD.,
held this day, the following officers were
elected for the ensuing year:
J. W. HerESlrom....l'resldent and Mgr
C. S. pesky Vice-president
C. J. Hutcliins.. reasurer
W.O. At water.... Sec'y and AuJItor
The above officers also constitute the
Hoaid of Directors.
W. O. ATWATER,
.. , , .- , Secretary.
Honolulu. Feb 16. loot. I7tp-it
IN Tlir rtoriitT rmmr iiucTriurnir
Terrltury of Mawiil In rrnhji. it rhimUn in thl
nutter nf the ntntr ot I Karruniwi KuihJ. lite o!
Minoiu'u, Ojhw. llw will and tetjm?nt of nlj
4tHaJ hulne Iftn tfM-ntfJto taU ciiuit. togetti
er iiti a trttti n for ih (rotate thtrenf an J for th
(siuanc of I ttfti tex'jTt-ntJiy to Hcnrv Miul hav
lr txn McJ nnlct U Vrtty givtn that I rliay. ih
UthJiviit Mrrh. A D. it., at io o'clock t tn . In
th JuJklir IlullJlne, Honolulu, U arpolntiJ the
tin ani lac for heaTlnjr I4 application, when
arj uhere any rfon Intercitei may irrnr J
ihow cau. If an they hve, hy the rraer of talJ
i-Li'iinn iiuuij nui r Krarrra.
iiwnoiuiu, i erruary 4,
Uy tht Court,
, IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. FIRST CIRCUIT.
Tcirltory if Hawaii. At c imttri, In pfotate In
th nutter of ihettatnf dlralJo J Roclo, lat of
H. nolulu A document rutrmifn to be th Utt will
and teitament of Mi J JectateJ. having been rrm
ei to tal J court, toiether wh a rcdtibn fnr the rro
tate, thereof, and lor th issuance of tetters tetta
mentaiy to John S Aredo having been filed. Notkt
U hereby gtn that HI Jay, th Bth day of March. A.
O . 1901. at 10 o'clock in, o! tald day. at the Court
Room of alj Court, In trie Judiciary Uulldlne. Ilono
lu'u, b and th same hereby I appointed thtlm
and place for p'ovlnc tald will and fearing mi4
Honolulu. January tgth, igoi.
Uv the Court.
Itlt'Teb 1 8 m i
NOTICB TO CREDITORS.
Th unierilgned having been duly appointed Ad
mlmtrator t thetttitect Jamet Hutching, hie of
Honolulu, Ulan of Oahu. drceated nolle It here
by gln to all pertonsto present their claim aalntt
th estate of ald Jatnet HuUhlngi, drctattd, duly
authenticated whither tecured b mortgag or other
wic, to th undersigned at hit ofte on Oueen street
in th city of Honolulu, (stand of Oahu, with n U
months from th dal hereof, or they will b forever
barred, and all persons InJerted to theetatart
hrreby reusted U mike Immediate payment loth
Administrator ot th estate of Jatnet Hutchlngs,
Honolulu. Jan. jo. iqo. iTHm
Notice to Creditors.
Th undersigned having been July arrolnted Ex
ecutors and ttecutrlx respectively of the estate of
James A H'Tfef. Jcceased late nt Honolulu, Oahu,
m.tlc I hereby ghen to all creditors b present thMr
claims against said Jamtt A. Hopper du'y authen
ticated Willi proper soucttcrs, If an exist, ewn it the
claim is inured bv mortgage upon real esUte. t th
undersigned, At tlulr otticv on I ort street Honoluu,
Oalm. within six months from tht da'e f iti hm
puriicanon nereoi, or my win P if revef barred.
Honolulu Oahu, lebruary lit. A D , luot.
wiiUam l hopper.
E. WILLS i'r-TEHSON,nJ
Executors anJ Lxecutrlx ot th estate of James A.
Hoprer. Jtceased MU-ialMf
Notice to Creditors.
Letters Testamentary having bn duly Issued!)
the Undersigned as Executors of the Last Will and
Testament of ROriERT G. RAHli. lat of Honolulu,
Island otOahu, Territory of Hawaii, deceased, No
lle Is hereby given to all persons to present their
claims against the Estate ot said Robert (1, Rat,
deceased, duly authenticated, whether secured by
mortgage or otherwise, ft th Undersigned ot thtr
offices In the City ol Hi nululu or to Messrs, Holmes
and Mantey, their Attorneys, at their (iftic on Kaa
humanu street In tht Cltv of Honolulu, within MX
MONTHS from tht date of th frt publication here
of or they will b forever barred, and atl persons
Indebted to said Estate are hereby reauestcJ tu make
Immediate payment to the UnJ.rslgned
FRCDLR1 K HARRISON,
Executors of the last Will and Testament of Ro
bert G Rab. deteased.
Honolu'u. hebruary Tlh. io 1. iwiit
The undersigned, haslng been duly appointed ad
mlnlsiratois with the will annexed of thetteof
Lau Tseung.otherwistfLauChon;, formerly f Hono
lulu, Hawaii, late of Hong Kong, deceased, hereby
glv notice to all creditors to prese t their claims,
duly authenticated and with proper vouchors, If any
exist, evtn If the claim Is secured by mortgage up
real estate to them. h said undersigned, aithfomr
of Wing Wo Tal, Nuuanu street, near King, In said
Honolulu, wlihln six months from this Jatt of ruhiu
catlon, and If said claims be not presenu d within iuca
time, they th.M b foreser bared. All persons In
debted to salJ estate are r')tested to mkt Immediate
pay mem 10 saia unaeriignej at sal4 ortict.
Dated, January list, iqoi,
Administrators with the will annexed,
All kinds of C.urlagc Trimming
done cheaper than at any 'other
VINEYARD ST. NEAR RIVER ST.
C. BREWER & CO., Ltd.
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