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Hilo Republicans Differ
On Special Election Work
Hllo Tribune ot November
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I the nntl-hanlo (mention, t think it a
L'pnm .Iwt Int.irvlnvva ulilch fiillfiU' vprv iinfnrtlinnto fttntn fif affairs nnil
It appears that the sentiment among 'very unjust to thosu of us at least that
Hllo Republicans Is that no effort i have arrived hcru In recent years and
sunulil be made at this special election .have had no part In the events that
tn place u candidate la the field back
ed by tho regular Republican organi
zation. Tho opinions published and
those not 'published aro based up"n
various grounds. Soino claim that It
is useless to combat a sea of Hawaii
an votes. Some Bay It would cost too
much. Some say that the Republican
organization is in shreds and tatters
and could not bo sot In motion. Oth
ers are firmly of tho opinion that to
nominate a candidate would be an
open and undisguised affront to tho
Hawallans who c.nlm to be pitching
their tents In tho direction of the Re
publican party and harmony.
Sheriff I,. A. Andrews la decidedly
opposed to the Republican party plac
ing n rival candidate In the field. Ho
said to a representative of the Tribune:
rur iuu iii'iiuuiiiuun tu irni u luati
in nomination against jnnu-s i.ewm
would bo very unwise. Lewis Is well
known to all as an honest and Intelli
gent man, as well as a broad-minded
citizen. At tho last general election,
he was nominated by the Republicans
nnd had their support and was, per
haps, tho best man on their ticket for
"Tho Hawaiian political organiza
tion has shown the good senso to put
him up fm- election to fill the vacancy
left by the death of Ewallko. This Is
tn a certain extent a conciliatory ac
tion on tho part of the Hawallans. It
shows their appreciation ot the action
ut the Republican party at the last
election. Should tha Republican par
ty put another man In tho field against
Lewis, as a lew noc-ncnteu ones uu
sire, It would be naturally and proper
ly attributed to no otner cause man
a deslro to oppose tho wishes ot tho
Hawaiian element of our population.
"Tho real Interests of tho Hawallans
nnil tho so called haoles In this Torrl
tory aro not conflicting, tne proper
course for tho Republican party to
pursue Is to do what It can toward
healing tho breach which exists or has
existed between tno haole and tho Ha
waiian. "No good can come from keeping
this breach open. Tho Hawallans of
this district have come half way tn
meet the hnole by nominating James
Lewis. We, on our side, should not
bo slaw to accept the olivu branch
helil out by them.
"Tho Republican party organization
should aim to compromiso matters
with tho new Hawaiian political or
ganization so as to bavo a voice In
their deliberations and endeavor to
guldo Client rather than to fight
"My opinion," said Mr. Alfonso, pub
lisher of "A Vos I'ubllca." tho Portu
guese paper, "Is that tho Republicans
should not oppose Jim Lewis at this
spuclal election. Lewis was the Re
publican candldato at tho last election
and so far there Is no evidence that
ho has changed his political views
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exists. Should this become their set
tled policy I would certnluly do what
I could to opposo any candidate that
they could put upon such a platform.
1 hope It Is not true and that the Ha
wallans aro making a sincere move tu
effect a consolidation with the Repub
Johnson Nickeus paid: "I am will
ing to roll up my sleeves and work for
tho election of any candidate suitable
to the Hawallans and Republicans. I
believe Mr. Lewis Is a good man for
tho placo and that the Hawallans hau
made a shrewd move In choosing him.
I would bo better pleased with tho sit
uation, however. If they had marix
thler convention a more open and pub
lic affair. If they were nominating a
IlctmbllcT l upon a Renuhllran plat
form, I myself would have beon glad
to have attended the convention to
add my vote to tho majority I bellovo
nearly all the old-time Republicans of
Hllo would have been glad to do the
wine thing, and I think ihc Hawallans
made a mistake nut to give them an
K. 12. Richards said upon the sub
It ctt "I think we should call a meet
ing and name a candidate. Wo should
not endorso the other candidate for
the reason that he was not chosen at
an open Republican meeting."
A. II. Locbensteln when asked If ho
thought the Republicans should nomi
nate a man said: l certainly tiiink
so. As a party we cannot afford to
lay down, merely for the reason that
wo fear that wc are In tha minority.
If we ever aro to gain recognition by
either of tho great parties in tho
United States, we should constantly
bear in mind tho tenets of that party
Iwhaover tho outlook may be. Faspla
hero who aro not familiar with tho
undei lying principles of party, nnd
'who do not believe It wise to differ
entiate on party lines must lenrn that
party lines must bo sharply drawn.
'Ino conditions hero are peculiar.
Americanism as wo understand it Is
thared by a limited number. There Is
a tendency to trim to shifts of expe
diency: to make concessions on 'tho
principle of peace at all hazards. Rut
It Is a mistake. There Is nothing tn
be gained by concession. If the prin
ciples of cither party are worth light
ing tor, they should stand by thorn
selves and bo fought for upon their
own merits. It is due the voters who
Blllllnted with the Republican party,
lu claim from the committeemen In
this district that they perform their
duty to tho party by calling for prima
ry elections, thereby enabling the cltl
zens who aro members of tho party to
exprchs their wishes at thu dlelrlcl
"It may bo urged that tho narrow
margin of time Intervening beforp the
lima set by. law for tha deposit o'f tha
certificate' of nomination with tin.
JOSEPH CHAMBERLAIN SAYS
NEW RULES WILL DO IT
Goes Vfter Ireland Representation in
Public Speech-Proposed Changes
to Be Made When Parlia
IMInburgli. Oct. 2U. Joseph Cham
berlntn. the Colonial Secretary, ad
dressing more than b"u jierwma In
Wnverly .Market, Dllnburgh, announc
ed that the (lovornmoiit Intended to
frame new rules for the House of
Commons so ns to limit Irish obstruction.
Wc iiiiiihjso. In said, "to bring
forward rules which shall give to tho
majority of tne Commons gicnlur con
trol over Its own business nml grcatei
control over the men wno Insult nml
outrage It. nnd we shall endeavor tn
protect the mother or Parliaments
from those who would destroy her
usefulness nnd reputation.
Hut this was not the only tlilngi
Mr. Chamberlain declared thu Govern
ment Intended tu do.
"Thu present representation of Ire
land Is." ho said, "an nhtisu and scan
dal. No alteration cuuld bo made ox.
t-cpt In Immediate anticipation of a
general llssoluttnn. and wo nro not con
templating that, nut when wu gel
nenr to the time wo shall nsk you
whether you think Irish representation
Is so precloua to you. Is so valuable tu
the national Interests, that It Is desir
able to continue It on n scale which
gives the Irish a representation enor
mously exceeding the proportionate
representation of England.
Tho Colonial Secretary went on to
point out that on the basis of popula
tion Ireland had thirty members too
many In tho House ot Commons, nml
on tho basis of her contributions for
Imperial purposes, ns considered nt
the time of thu union, she had from
forty to fifty members too many.
I say that this constitutes an
abuse," he continued, "nnd there is no
1 canon why It should bo perpetuated."
In another portion of the speoch
which was largely devoted to tho Irish
question, he observed: "If these gen
tlemen who now openly shout for thu
Mnlull anil pray lor thu Moors, If they
had u parliament of their own. If all of
the strings of Irish government had
been In their hands, If they nad thu
power. Is It not certain that they
would havu refused tu pay their con
tribution to the wnr, nnd that would
have placed us In n position of embar
rassment?" Tho relations of tho Parliament op
position with tho Irish party. Chamber
lain said, ho considered "dangerous to
In reviewing the war In South Afri
ca, which lie declared again had been
forced upon Great Urltntn bv tha
Doers, he said tho Government ac
knowledged that It had made a mis
take as to the time of ending the war.
nnd that he admired the tenacity of tho
lioers. hut he insisted that it was the
duty of Great Ilrltaln to meet this te
nacity with equal resolution. Then
followed what Is regarded as a most
"I think tliu tlmo has come or Is
coming." said the Colonial Secretary,
when measures of greater severity
may bu necessary, and if that tlmo
comes wo can find precedents for any
thing wo do In tho uctlons of those na
tions who now- criticize our barbaiity
and cruelty, but whoso examples In Po
land, in tho Caucasus, In Algeria, In
Tonquln, in Uosnla nnd In tho Franco
German war wo have never approached."
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CH.. HSE FIRM IN HONOLULU.
Chlntw a4 Jipiiiu Ooodi ot All Klols
party In this district Is In no condi
tion to put up a winning fight. Ily
supporting Lewis at this election, tho
Republican party will obtain tho grat
itude of a largo number of Hawallans
nnd their possible support at tho next
Or. Itlce, who Is n strong hellovor
.in active work among party men
'Whether there Is n chance of winning
or not said: "Should tho Hawallans
persist In their untl-hnolo policy I cor-
jtnlnly could not Join In nny party or-
gnnlzntlon that would endorso their
(nndldnte. James Lewis I believe tu
I bo a good man to till tho placo of
ilivvallkti. I question whothcr'otir Ho-
I publican organization Is called upon
! at this time to put up n candidate tn
opposo l.owls, If tho platform of thu
new Hawaiian organization has been
it impossible for tho commlttco to do
this. If this Is so. It Is their duty and
tho duty of tho Territorial Committee
to remonstrate wit hthn Governor, who
Ib supposed to be a Ilcpublltun np-ioln-tee,
by a Republican Administration,
ngalnBt an action which Is likely in
defeat tho wishes ol HepuhllcuiM It
Is nlsn tha duty of tho committeemen I
to demand a postponement of thu duy
lor this special election.
"In expressing my views, It will ho
understood that I havonuaxo to grind
I hnvo received letters asking that
ho n candidate but havo unequivocally
declined to accept tbo honor of n nom
Inatlnn. Mr, l.owls has been
tinted by nil organization, tho
and iilms iV which nro unknown
public. Vnat It Is composed cnt'nily
uf Hawallans Is known and tho truo
politics nnd political sympathies of itc
president nro known."
James ulbb, committeeman for thli
district during tho last rampnlgn, was
consulted by tno editor of tno Trihuun
ovor the telephone. Ho said tint he
had resigned six months ago bo'h nt
Territorial anil District coimultteenuir.
snd ttint ho did not feel llko tnulurc
tho responsibility of calling out tha
Republicans of tho district to pr'ma
ries and convention, without toi.unu
nlcntlng with the nxecutlvo committee
ut Honolulu. Ho salt) ho would not
havu tlmo to do this and rccclv-j :m
answer In tlmo to hnvo tho Republican
nominee's certificate returned to Hie
Territorial Secretary within tho iro
ecrlbeil twenty clays befuro the special
election set by Governor Dolo for Da
Mr Glbb said Jhat the only way lir
could suggest nut of tho dilemma was
for Hllo Republicans to got togethor
and hettlo tho question to suit thorn-
Bclves, Tills, However, no observed,
would not ho exactly fair to the out
sldo precincts. Ho did not believe un
der the circumstances ho would ho
warranted In calling precinct caucuses
and did not feel that It would bo prop
er for him to Issue an official call lor
a meeting of tho Hllo Republicans.
Concerning Mr. Lewis, tho nomlncn
of tho Hawallans, Mr. Glbb said, "I
had a good deal to do with him during
the last campaign nnd do not hellovo
tho district could Unci a better man to
succeed Hwallko as Its Representa
tive." As u parting word Mr. Olbh
said his resignation had been placed
In tlio bands of K. It. Hendry arx
months ago mid Mint ho considered
himself no longer n part of tne Repub
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