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EVENING DULLETIN. HONOLULU, H. T., TUESDAY, DECEMBER J, 1901.
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Objectionable Action Grand Opening
Perhaps no quieter meeting than
the beginning of last night's session
of the Republican Territorial commit;
tee has ever been recorded In tic an-
rlcd unanimously and Dr. Huddr was Committee not already members of
sent out as a committee of one to And the Executive Committee .provided
Mr lane and escore htm Into the room, that no member shall hold more than
Mr. Lane was not far away and, en. one proxy for the Executive Commit
nals of the political history of Hawnll terlng tho room, amidst great np- tee:
r.el but If the meeting was quiet In tho pliiuse, he took a chair next, to the "All rules or parts of rules Inconslst-
beglnnlng. It ended In such a manner chairman. Doing railed on for a rnt with this rule arc hereby rescind-
ns to leave no doubt that each member H'ccch, he thanked the committee for ed."
of the committee In the room was the honor they bad conferred upon . proxies Continued,
thinking liardlrom bis own particular Mm by making him vice chairman. Mr. .Stewnrt continued along the
standpoint. Wanted Matt McCann. ' line of proxies. Introducing the follow-
Tho work for the beginning of the Mr gtcwnrt stated that Mr, McCann Ing n solution:
evening was so well advertised and had written handing In his resignation ' Itesolved, That a proxy may be used
talked about that an) thing In ennnce- ns n member of the committee. The at any committee meeting of the Tcr-
Hon therewith went through lth n icttcr wn. rcad. Mr. McCann stating rltorlal committee, but no proxy shall
rush by n unanimous vote. However, tnnl le hnd found the step necessary bo used except by n member of tho Tcr-
It was relt by nil mat tnis very tame on account of n combination of III- ritorioi committee, and no memher
work was but the preface to something i,rnlth and pressure of business. It rhnll hold more than two pioxles.
very warm the calm before the storm. wna iilc unanimous sentiment, of the' Col. Fisher wanted this matter laid
Nolo single-voice was lifted against committee thnt It could not well dls- over until the next meeting which, ho
the reconsideration and the final burla pcnsc with Mr, McCann and, on mo-, Included In his motion, should be held
In a safe resting place of the mottnt tni the ctu.r was laid on the table " 'he evening of the first Monday In
carried at the laBt meeting of the com nn, tlc secretary Instructed to write January. This was seconded by Mr,
mlttec which provided for the Increns. tnc member asking him to withdraw Cooke and carried by n vote of 15 to 9,
in tlie numiier or tnc icnirai commit his resignation,
tee from nine to twelve members
There vvnsn't a kick to the ncceptnnc
of the resignation of ono of the conn
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; ' "Tlr.,r '" w ' "a1 "" " the . U U wn. necessary that I years, his opinion as to the mutter of
was turned before Its completion Int.. . ... ,
n veritable gasp for, as tnc cnairman
I Apportionment Resolution.
I Resolutions began In earnest at this
point. Mr. Cooke, prefacing the first
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en the calling of the roll.
.Mr. Cooke asked Mr. Kenton who
has lived In the country districts for
ilgnatlon of another. All went somclh, ;,,, 1)C d regarding proxies and th
smoothly and Chairman Ken- n,portlonmcnt ,lf senators In the .members at th
reathed a sigh of relief which '..' ,.,,. .... ,,,,., ,,ii mmmin
laid this matter had long ago been re
'erred to the central committee. The
chair answered that this action bad
teen taken so long ngo It had become
ftale. Mr. Cooke then Introduced the
following resolution, which carried
Resolved, That the ebalr appoint a
committee of three to prepare and for
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had suggested once during the earl;
part of the evening, Stewart "had
something up his sleeve." This some
thing reposing very close to his col-
! .1 n I 1 1 n AAtt mil At Art inn li
(til unit MirtlMfS it v- wilt 11 1; vv in tinnlmmtnti
n while was n resolution to the effect "ni)"'T",y;
that the committee express by ballot
Its choice for Governor In the event
of the resignation of the present In-
mtm ttn.it twk n nnmt nf nf HlnASd I
1 Committee on Territories of the House,
However, the Territorial committee n draft of n bill to be submitted to Con
will go down Into history as having Rrogg pr0V(nnR for tno apportionment
dono the right thing In regard to the , , SenatorB of thIll Territory.
Inadvertent action taken at the pre-1
vlous meeting by which the member- Question of Proxies,
ship of the central committee was In-1 The vexing question of proxies wai
creased from nine to eleven against next brought to the surface by means
the express stipulation of the con- of the following resolution, Introduced
ventlon. Tho Ilulletln took up the by Mr. Cooks:
light ngnlnst this work on the day nf- Resolved, That the following rule bu
ter tbo meeting and carried It on tin- adopted, namely:
til the call was made by Chairman That members of the executive coih
Kcnnedy. shortly after his return from mlttee nbsent from Honolulu may bn
the Const. represented by proxy at any meetings
It was not until close to 8 o'clock of said committer,
last night that Chairman Kennedy All rules or parts of rules Inconsist
ent! the meeting to order. There, ot with this rulo nre hereby rescinded,
were present the following: J. W. Mr. Stewnrt was on the floor at once.
Jones, J, II. Klshcr, W. J. Coelho, C. protesting thnt such a resolution was
11. Wilson, Dr. Geo. II. Huddy, Jtdgc un-American. In cnect. He said that
A. N. Kcpolkal. George F. Rcnton, T. the parting of the ways had come nnd
McCants Stewnrt. J, l Cooke, Andrew proposed a substitute which limited
Cox, James U. Holt and B. II. Wright, proxies to members of the Territorial
Those present by proxy were as fol- committee residing In the districts ot
lows: F. II. McStockcr, W. 0, Walker, the nbsent members.
It. I'. Rnldwln, P. N. Kahokuoluna. D. Col. Klshcr did not bellevo In this
It. Kahaulello, T. II. Brandt nnd John course. He was for more latitude In
A, Palmer, by Cooke; E. W. Kstcp, If, the matter of proxies, emphasizing his
U Holstcln, J. A. Magulre, G. P, Ka. remarks by the statement that often
nianoha and J. W. Wnlpullanl, by country members could not get to
Stewart; II. K. Sandnw, by Oilman, town for a meeting but that there were
Others present were: J. C. Lone, Win. often men here from their districts
Aylett. Emll Ney and Frank Hoogs. ho, knowing the sentiments of their
In the absence of Mr. Hendr;, the own members, could vote Intelligently
regular secretary, Mr. Avery was "n any matters brought up before the
chosen In his place. The roll wis call- Territorial commltteo nnd better than
cd, showing twenty-five members ny others, members of the committee
present. Including proxies. Those nb- trom other districts not excepted. '
sent were Messrs. albb, Reuter, Smith, I Stewart Has a Say.
.ticuunii ana vvncnx. .Mr. vviicox was Th.. rmnrl. nf M- L-.h.r.
Ill and Messrs McCann and McCnbe broltKht Mr stcwnrt t0 thc floor again
hud sent In their resignations. Mr. ttm, thcro he rcrailncd nt he had
uuiu nau niso s.gnincu nis intention eompictcy explained his stand
01 resigning Mr stcwnrt npl,cacd to tho commit
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the nttendnnce of country
e meetings of the Terri
torial committee. Tho answer came
quickly and ns follows: "The matter
Is Important enough for thc country
members themselves to rome to town
to thc meetings. If they ennnot come,
then let the people here attend to thc
matters that come up. We will then be
assured of Republicans on the com
mittee." On Committee Meetings.
Col. Fisher moved that thc meetings
of the Territorial committee bo held
on the first Monday of each month.
Seconded by Mr. Cooke. On motion ot
Mr, Renton. UiIb matter was also post
poned until the next meeting.
Bombshell and Firecrackers,
Mr. Stewart arose as If nothing had
happened, felt up his sleeve In u sus
picious manner nnd catching some
thing by the neck, drew forth and rcad
the following resolution:
Whereas, thc Impression exists that
a vacancy In the office of Governor ll
likely to occur at any time; and
Whereas, It Is difficult to get n meet
ing of this committee because ot tin
great distance at which members reside
irom Honolulu, therefore
Resolved, That this commltteo desig
nate by ballot Its choice for Governor
In the event that a vacancy should
The introducer ot the resolution
stated that It was based on tho im
pression that Governor Dole contem
plated resigning either by virtue of
suggestions from his friends arising
nut of Ill-health, or otherwise. The
speaker here referred to an interview
with W. O. Smith in 11 conservative af
ternoon p.pcr. Mr. Smith wis one
of the Governor's closest personal
friends' and wtu previously his adviser
for a great m.uiy years.
Refers to Smith Interview.
Thc speaker continued, saying tlut
Mr. Smith, Just back from Washing
ton, had made statements which from
him, would seem to Indicate a change
In the offlco of Governor. He dU uot
wish to Intimate that the Governor
was about to bo removed because ot
any complaints fiom hostile parti.M or
any member of his own party. How
ever, when Mr. Smith states that tho
Governor might resign on account cj
Ill-health, etc., and that in casa aa
appointment Is made It will be accept
able to tho people. It seemed to the
speaker that such languago would ot
have been used If the people closest to
thc Governor were not, at least, dls-
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but all this had been swept away by! cussing tho matter of his resignation
This much being so, they must also bo
talking about n possible successor,
Stewart nnd tlie Organic Act
.Japanese Provisions, etc.
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tee not to overlook district rcpresen-
Mr. Cooke moved that the motion to tatlon. Ho referred to the political
Increase the membership of the cent nil status under the old regime, where a
committee from nine to eleven be re- man could go from one island to an
considered. Seconded by Mr. Stewart other and becomo a candidate for the
and unanimously carried. Legislature from tho latter. This state
Mr. Cooke next moved that the mo- of uffalrs was decidedly un-American
tton referred to be indcfintely post'
poned. Seconded by Mr,
r.ic(,aoe nesigns. Tho pcacr Bah that tho resolution
ai mis point, .vir. otewari am nc was nothing more than an nrrango
bcld Mr. McCube's proxy and that he n,cnt by wncn n ccrtan man prcSeBt
desired to use It only up to that point Ulu room might get a proxy nnd en-
ns nis resignation was pending. Jir. .vie- ter thu meMng. It was sccklne for a
Cabcs letter ot resignation, dated m,.n . .,nit ,..r.nm.i ini, u !
from Ileela and asking that his name Bad ho was remaining strictly parlla-
ho withdrawn ns a member of the coin- mcntary In that ho did not mention the
mltteo on account of pressure of busl- , nnmCi However, he kept look-
ticss, was then read nnd on motion of nK at Mr, (jnian nil tho while and,
Mr. Stewart, it was accented. Inclul- i... .,.n. r itil..rr.i.n iin..n.. mn.inn
ed lu this motion was tho provision ca h, nnmo wMhollt 'mMllK ,,,,. Jtantcii which would supgest that ac-
.......,... t ., . . k. .. " t nn nf .nmn L nil n'n. nlir.il, In 1. Mb.
luai iiic uuiniiiuiiuu u n man iu iuhi- ne allusions.
Mr. MtCnbe's place be left to the mem- In Mr. Stewart's opinion, tho way
uera or tno rinn mstrici present at for gllch a man t do In cute he wish-i
tnc meeting as members or me icrri- t, t() become a member of the comtnlt
torlnl toinmlttce, , tcu or any hody Included In tho conn-
Stewart Objects. 'tils of the party, was to go btfore tbo
Mr. Stewnrt mado an objection to peoplo nnd bo duly elected.
Mr. Cooke's voting the names of The speaker next went Into the his
Brandt and Palmer. So far as he knew, tory of proxies showing tho origin of
the men were not members of the com- tho Bame as having been In the Parlla
mltteo and Mr. Cooke should not enjoy inent of Great Britain. Even there. It
If thcro was to be a change, thc com'
mlttec should be ready to have some
thing to say In regnrd to tho c'tolce ot
another man. The resolution, said the
speaker, wub In no wise an attack, on
the Governor. It was a matter of
record at Washington that tl'ie Re
publican party had stood behind Mr.
Dole. Mr. Stewart then referred tn
the visit of Secretary Cooper to Waih
Ingtnn and tho combination of clrcuin
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tho privilege of voting two such prox- was very limited nnd no man could , f, JJ" ' ,
tlon of Borne kind was about to be tak
in. Tho speaker said ho was not sure
the Governor would advlso tho Kepub-
illcnn party committees even If ho did
Intend to resign or had ulready resign
ed It would be best for the party not
to be taken by surprise,
Mr. Cooke said the action wiu pre
mature. Ho had seen Mr. Smith and
ho had said thcro was absolutely iioth
lug In tho story of tho Governor'
What bo had said to .t
Tho secretary spent a lot of tlm vote n proxy unless ho be perfectly .''.'., ,, .' ,T ,' . ',.". ,,,
....1 . .. .v.. I-. 1 I-.. .i l .. .. -.. ... ....... I...,. .. ouui.il. 11 nuum uo mo luunin. nuu.
IIIIIK IU mm llie II1IUI IUUIIUU UVUIII1I. iuu...icii in v.cijr nil iu vuia juni a.
of discourtesy to pass such a rcsolu
tlon. If tho truth were sought, n com-
on this point but, hclng unable so to tho sender of the proxy would havo
.In f Dtni.lfiat ItlwInAii. Ilia An(.nn( .'ntfxl ll tl li n Iman nntsniif I
"MnSUwarrked that the Fifth Dls- Mr! Stewmadr an ' nmendment ' !"'-. "-'''! "TM an" "Cat t0
trlct members bo allowed a couple ot along the line of his remarks, to the
minutes conference. There wns ho ob- original resolution of Mr. Cooke which
Jcctlon and the members withdrew to wub again slightly amended by Col.
tho hall where, after a short confer- Fisher. Mr. Cooke withdrew bis reso
the Governor direct.
Fisher Doesn't Know,
Prefacing his remarks with tb
statement that ho did not know It the
OmIh. I. Flat Slim ud Gttii Usui. ChlntM d4 Japum Qm4i ot All Klali
io-( Nnainu ttrMl
WELL WORDED WANTS IN
encc, they returned, Mr. Coelho mnk- lutlon and Mr. Stcwnrt's amendment ng Uovernor would advise tno party of ins
Ing the announcement that J. C. Lane amended by Col. Klshcr took Its place, resignation or Intended resignation
i ih rlinlpn nf ihn vifth nintrlrt naBsInc as follows: and thnt ho didn't believe ho would.
members. This nomination was at "Hesolvcd, That the following rulo Col. Plsher supported thc resolution of
ouco seconded by Mr, Stewart and bo adopted, namely: That members of Mr. btewnrt anil fought the motion oi
thero being no objection, the secre- the Rxecutlvo Committee absent from Mr, Cooke, seconded by Mr. Itcnton, to
nrv wan Instructed to past n nnnnl. Honolulu may be represented by lay this resolution on tho table. Ilnw-
mous ballot for Mr. Uno. proxy, by members of the Territorial ever, ho suggested thnt the National
i Committeeman buouiii oe appealed to
t, 111, oil Bon-poUonoas "" committee uu oem iiuiu rrcsiucui
b nnua, .nr luuitrnru
nL. 'a i - r.rzvcT
this effect, bo mado an amendment
on. irriuiiun ir aim.- wnicri, by consent or .Mr, Htewart, was
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