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UUNIUY l)Ul.t,iyi IN IMNiMAjLtJ. ll f., .SUNDAY, .APRIL 27, 1902.
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fost OlIlco Dox
APRIL 27, 1902
Six tons of ping-pong balls nie turn
id out of one llrltlsb factory every
wuk They are made of xvlonlle
A "llreiitor-Oieatcr Huston" pnijeil
has In on pending since 1S9I Sinner
ille Is the latest town piopused tot
annexation to the Hut.
Prince Henry of Germnnj nnd his
v lie have each been fined sewn lunik
for riding their bicycles on tbu foot
Ii'th In order to mold the mud.
A silk undershirt has just been sold
lur $1022. It was the gnimout that
King Charles I took olf nnd handed to
Mis doctor heroic stepping upon the
Hon William Jennings llrynn bus
lamed his new homo I'nlivlcvt. Il is
! be hoped ho will now take a fair
iic the political sltuatlun of the
West Indian sugar produceis seek
n bounty of ten doliais a ton from the
litltlsh fiovcrnnient pending the opei
ufon of the International ugiccmcut
made at Ilrussels.
The recent drop In the price of raw
sugar Is said to be due to unloading
liy Cuban planters, who had held on
n long as they could In anticipation
cf a tariff reduction by the United
With seventy thousand deaths n
month from plngue In India, and
deaths from cholera in the Philip
pines Increasing, the unit onto can
hrrdly be regarded as in healthy con
dition. Inmates of the Philadelphia alms
he us, who receive a dollar a month
bitlary from the city, are entitled to
rote nnd, nt the lost election, they
wero driven In carriages to the poll
The term of Senator Tellei ol Col
orado will expire next March He wus
filBt elected a Senator in 1S7C, but re
signed to become- Secretary of thn In
lerlor in tho Arthur Cabinet. His op
penent for reelection will be ex Sen
Senator Hanna has so lar succeed
' in tho case of Itnthhone, one of tbo
Havana postoffleo men who was een-
tenced to ten years' Imprisonment for
fraud, as to get him released on
Hon. Corn King Phillips has com
promised with his creditors on the ha
uls of forty cents on the dollai, with
a promise of another nickel when It
inn be realized. Thus nnothor mon
inch of the gambling homo la de
I'lku county, Pennsylvania, which
Horace Oreeley onco described bh bu
I ui; "mostly Inhabited by snakes nnd
Democrats," hits been steadily de
clining in population since 1880. It
Is believed that tho snakes are dcbcit
lui; tho county.
A Maori contralto Is singing in Lou
den. Sho Is tho prlncoHS Te llangl
Pal, n half-white, her father being
Ilrltlsh colonel and her mother tho
nrnd of the Ngatlporon clan The
i-nly addition to make ts that uhu Is
singing Irish songs.
Three hundred factory gills In
Cleveland, Ohio, asked Mnilnmu Nor
ilea If sho would sing "just one" song
lor liiem as I hoy could nut afford to
go to her concert. In response sho In
vited them nt tho nominal charge of
ten cents and the girls attended In a
"l.lebig's Extract or Meat" Is, In tho
eyes of tho law, a commercial numo
ol n commodity and tan bo used by
anybody manufacturing n piepaintlon
ot this nature. Tho tiademark nnd
ecpyrlghted label, however, cannot he
hi useu In tho opinion of Judgu Hnzel
.r tho United States Circuit Coin t or
Ilulldlug material has been jumping
In price In Sail Ffunrlsco owing to an
enormous domestic and foreign de
mand. Tho Government needs two
hundred million feet of timber for tho
Philippine, a large order has been
iccelvod from Siberia, and the tiado
with Hawaii and Australia Is Increas
lpg. I'ho collapse of tbu brick trust
has caused a collapse In that com
ii'udlv, but structural Iron and steel
4ir advancing by leap and bounds.
GOOD Cunl.MI T I lili WORK.
The dellverntlous or vne Territorial
committee last eveninK were markcu
bv a spirit of fairness which will nt
Uast enrry n favorable Impression to
parly workeis There Is unqueotlon
nlly a sharp inherence of opinion hi
the committee based on an honest de
sire to sere the bioad interests of the
party as opposed to factional schemes
Individuals outBldo the committee
were the only ones suggesting the
charge of packed primaries previous
to the last general election, but these
aversions were promptly squelched
by comparative figures of pnrty
oiiength as shown in the primaries
nnd the voto thrown In the election.
The discussion by committee mem
burs was baseii on a fair and temper
nie view of the situation; how best to
give ench Republican n voice In tho
election of pnrty leaders and man
agers, at the same time safeguarding
tU'alnst nttempts to ring In repeaters
fi om outside precincts or men who
have no Intention of voting with tho
pnrty nt the election. While the tlin-
i usslon nnd the vote on party rules Is
held to such a calm basis, the pnrty
workers will feel confident thnt the
fral action of the committee springs
firm steailfnst lutegilty of puipose.
The amendment tegnrdlng thn
p'edge of intent nt the primal les offer
ed by Mr Mi Candles came as a hap
py solution, and It Is difllcult to offer
ii'i opposition that will nppi nr (iinilir
lent to the pally rank nnd file. All
voters ready to pleilgc their suppoit
t the paity in the election should be
glU'ii the voting privilege though they
u.rle at the primaries nt the eleventh
I our. Had this amendment been put
to a Mite nt latt night's uieitliiE It
would undoubtedly hnvo tnirii-d II Is
In he hoped pro-hulding members
of the committee In their requests for
Instructions will be prompted by mo
tlws which Hfuk a fair consideration
in the question rather thnu an nt
tempt to liitlucncu ubseiit memhers
upnliiHt the cihiioiis iiuivltiiun or the
nnjiiilly committee membeis pict-nt
v the discussion.
IU1AN TARlHtS Kit II T.
The outcome or the Cuban tariff r
din lion scheme hi the I louse gives
new stiength to the claim advanced
lioiu time to time that the Repub
licans of the lloute need some olldl
fing foice. A more complete mute
of the administration I'm c en hits Kel
itom been recorded than Hint ndiniii-
I'tered by tho so-inlled Insurgent lie-
Piibllcans in passing the Cuban bill.
Py combining with the Democrats tho
piogram of the Was and Mcnns Com
n".'ttee wns upset so completely thnt
oven now It Is nut known Just what
has been done nnd the prospects lire
ceil that the whole Cuban program
may be allowed to die n natural deuth
In the pigeon hole of n ..ennti' com
mittee. When Cleveland hnd hit nota
ble fight with the contending elements
ot his pnrty, which bears n fairly
close analogy to tho present struggle
over Cuba, ho was able to carry a
snong party vote for his measures In
l he House, whose members aro elect
ed direct from tho people. Ills pro
giam was wrecked In tho Scnnto
whero tho same power now behind
the Trusts was well Intrenched and
finally succeeded In dictating the
more lmportnnt details of the tariff
then under consideration Roosevelt
has lost in tho Hotiso to all appear
ances and must look for his support
among tho "millionaires' club" for the
rescue or the adinlnlsttntlon hill mid
thn wiping out of nn amendment aim
ed specifically at the trusts.
It Is n mighty Interesting pioblem
thnt Is beforo the party vvoikeis and
the President. Aecoiding to nil pub
Ill lied reports the ndmlnlstrntlon for-ecp-nro
very much nt sea. c'hnliinnn
1'uvuo charges that the beet sugar
end anti-Trust Republicans have not
only taken off the differential on it fin
eii sugars, but have also wiped out the
eountei vailing duties on bounty red
sugars. Kveii Morris, who fatlieied
Iho amendment, does not seem wholly
c ear on this point, but the beet sugar
crntlngent seem confident they l.nvn
the ndmlnistintion forces ho well
routed that they will bo unable to
gutber a reslicitablu majority ellliei
In the House or tbo Senate for the
assistance of tho Cuban sugar plant
tin nnd tho hohleis of options on Cu
1 nit sugar estates.
I'rom thn Hawaiian standpoint the
administration plan would have been
much more satisfactory than the sit
uation offend nt present. A twenty
or tvventy-fivii per tent reduction for
Cuban sugars would probably hnvo
kept tho big sugar producing island
quiet for somo time to como and
would not hnvo seriously interfered
w'th our market. The sugar situation
is affected by othei tropical posses
sions would have remained i-ason-rhly
Without the proposed iedutIon
Cuban schemes will haunt the halls of
Congress and tho sugar centeis jear
lii and year out. Annexation will be n
fondant possibility If not a piobabll
Ity and goodness l.no'vs vyjint other
c-'iangea may be runt, on tho basis
(hit somothing must be done for
Tar bettor would It bo for Hawaii to
h.ivo tho reduction allowed as origin
elly proposed, than to bo constantly
subjected to tho depressing Influence
of tho Cuban relief brigade
f What IsTrue Republicanism?
Editor Sundnv llulletln Since my
lni-t to you we have had very slrenu-
ens times In politics You will re
.hi mli. ii- tmi tiillltti. t nil thflt tlinrn
il. ..mi. iiiv v n j . ...... ........ ,
v lis n vacancy In the Fourth, caused...
b the death of A. HllniTnn Well, the
Itipubllcnns, with (lenr leading, won
a great victory over the combined
foires of Mugwumps, Democrats and
Populists. The Advertiser nnd Star
strangely opposed putting up n candi
date. They claimed It would not pay.
Many of the bovs were uncharitable:,,. . ., . , ,. , ,.
' -ih, nnlv unt It .anmaanl. It la tint
trough to say their opposition to put-
t!tig up a candidate was for the ica-l
. . .. (l.n. If mm nliiinnrflliii tt.i.1.- unllnll I
.. i.mi u..i "i'i"i "-" I"'"-' ;
stood for nny district on the Islands
be would be made a Holocaust.
The Adveitlscr, not knowing which
wuy the cat would jump, was bndlj
hcarc?i, but when our boys won, It
Ml up on Its hind legs nnd shrieked
In calliope tones, "Dole Is Canonized;
the Judges" (meaning Clear and Hum
phreys) "are damned. Now, let us
lu.ve harmony with Dole ns King,
Thurston Prime Minister, tne start of
out paper Judge nnd Jur, and the
i 'million Kepubllcnns salves." That
Is their piogram.
We had n meeting nt the club last
evening. All niembeis wero present.
And) Mnck wns In the chair. After
dlteiisslng many lmportnnt matters
nnd finishing the legulnr order or
hri-liii'ss, the chitlrmnii snjs, "Heivs.
we got thiougb tonight with neatness
iinii dispatch. It Is too curl) to go
lu.ine; now ns we ale nil good Kn-1
publleniis. I piopne we devote n Tew
minutes to discussing politics." There
be.iig no dissenting voice, the chair-1
nan putt ecdcil. "The subject for ills-
tiiislein Is the strengthening nnd con-
Killd.itlnn of the Itepubllcnn paity for
in- rail idinptilgn. and also future
iiiiiipaigns. which means the upbuild
I in of this Tenltory of Anierlmn
lilies mid pilmnill) fen the good of
Auieili mis. A tidal wnvi- of oraloij
emueii uiai llli-lliliv nwepi till' oil lll
f. et All the speeches weie fieiy. log
iml and i loiiucnt. All hnd the siime
ling The Itepubllcnn party htnntls
Pi Anieilinn equnlltv nml Is for nil
the people It Is neither a mii Inl club,
Ini'ge or ihiiiih. Its ranks nro open
m nil Ameilinns There' Is no mom
In It for giint 'I Ann.' fnctlonnllsm or
It.iilers with empty binlns and full
pc lehes Money nlono is not nor nev-
er will he King In the grand old par-
t. After ui'veinl had spuktn one ot i
the quiet members got i.io lloor. Ills
name Is Scruggs. Ho begnir
"Mr. Chairman nnd Follow Lltl
7'-ns- I hnvo listened very nttent-
Ittly to the many nble speeches thnt
hnvo been delivered here tills oven
lug. but Iheie Is one matter that all
l.i.ve Ignored. 'Tls true It Is not n
vei) Important one, but nevertheless
I beg to call sour attention to It
"We hnvo In this tlty n morning pa
, c r called the AuVc'riiBcr. It claims,
ir n Hip Van Winkle way, all the
r'-od In the Territory. Its strong
point Is that It repiesents the only
Slmon-puro Republicans. It poses as
n missionary organ (whatever that
is) and It also claims to be the citato
eban of tho wealthy parvenues, Phar
Ireca and mean Republicans. It has
piomulgated a platform in which It
snys, Governor Dole must becnrrled
in ' only over mountain chusms, but
level plnlns by the Itepubllcnn party.
Those Judges who differ from Dole
tit.it Thurston must be tuned, feath-
ered nud driven out of Nie country. Throw It overboard nnd show our nn
lb foro nn Amerlinn citizen can vote live biotheis that we too tan do as
n' n ltepuli"nn primary, he must be they have done Win an election on
M'cirn lu (It does not Bay who shall principle and that without coin."
svt-nr him), and finally it Is money i AMT.RICAN.
alone shall rule. Drain or honesty ' Honolulu, April 19, '02.
to Regulate Sale or
Lease of Hawaiian Lands
Wushliigloii. Apill II (Spulal ) -'1
lie Senate Committee on Pacific isl
umls and I'm to Itlto nt Its reguhii
meeting this moiuliig bad liefoie It
Gov (i nor Dole, Senator George R.
Cmttr, Delegate Wilenx, nud Cdgaj
C.iyplcsB who submitted theh views
on the uppnulonnient of the Seuntois
elected at the first geueial eleelion of
the Tcirltory of Hawaii, and the bill
giuntiug rights or wi to the Hawaiian
Dltih Company No conclusion wus
lemhed on tltbtr of the billj nor nn
uitlun tal. en
Governor Dole wns of the opinion
nnd so btiited to tho committee thnt
thcie was no necessity for the passage
of bills granting lights of way In Ha
waii au he believed tb.it full authoiljv
nnd Jin Ibillc lion tested In Territorial
olflcluls In these matters.
He cndoiBcd tho hill for nppoitlou
nient of tbo Senators which nws Intro
diiccd by Delegate Wilcox on February
lb at tho icquc.it of the Republican
Centra! Committee of Hawaii which It
He It t nacted by the Senate mid
House of HcpicuMitutives of the United
Stntcs or Anieilca In Congress usscni
bled, That tbo Bovcral senators elected
(ji tho First, See ond. Third mid Fourth
Senatorial DlEtilets at the first general
election held In the Tenltoiy or Ha
waii who letelved tho lowest number
or votes shall un h hold offleo for thn
term of two ycuis fiom the date of such
Sec. 2. That tor the Fit at Senatorial
District J. 1). Paris and N. Russel, hav
ing received tbo lowest number of votes
"no, fellow citizens, 1 feel It Is not
PcecBeary for me to show and prove
i'o you tho ahEtird fallacy, the iinmlti
..... ... ..
Ing You know It, but to others who
do not know, and who nro unforlmiato
enough to be hypnotized by the gla
niour nnd specious pleadings of thin
paper, I nddress msclf.
"In tho first plnce, the Advertiser
does not now nor never did represent
Ihi. iil?ftu1illiiin nnHv nf Ihimn tulntifla
lv ... , , . ,. . .
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Apostles. I lay this down as a basic
proposition as Immutlblo as any law
"Tho Advertiser Is of nnd for tho
classes; the Republican party Is of,
for nnd by the Masses.
"Secondly, tho Advertiser Is not n
mlrslonary orgnn, for there Is not a
Mlislpnaiy patty. The owner of the
Advertiser fully realizing that ho was
In n nebulous state, and ns a political
I entity In eternal obscurity, got his
Mi phlstolenn brain to devise ways
J rue means whecrby to again get rollt
leal power. The opportunity unex
petteilly piesented Itself. A man
Unoin Thurston could not control, nnd
i,OBO brilliant Intellectuality cnusod
' i, mcdlocio mind to writhe with
jmlousy had been elevated to tho
Judlelaiy. Immediately a personal
lli,til wns begun on him by the Adver
titer. Thurston's scheme wns a sue
rrss. Tor others were drawn Into the
fight, nnd hnd to tnko sides. He dub
,,(( himself tbo missionary pnrtj.
Those who got Into his net wero tail
od the same, but the term as used by
tl,p Advertlsei Is nn Insult to some of
cur veiy best e Itlzens.
'! lie Advertiser snys. 'Suppoit Dole
nnd condemn the Judge's. Our party
It not called upon nor Is It bound by
any law to do either,
"(ioveiuor Dole bns nevi-i stilted
'tlat he Is a itcpuhlltau. consequently
.lei llllisi ninko llllslllkes Which WO
could nut uphold. He Is the servnnt
if the pnrt. to bo suppoited when
light, to be condemned when wrong.
"The Judge's seem thuroughl coin
pi'tent to tnko enre of themselves.
They do not nsk the pnrty for nnv
hiipjioit. nnd In the Inco of unfair, un
.'est eiltlclsm nnd ungodly vllillcnllou,
they keep on dispensing Jnstleo Hint
Mauds the test befoie the nation's
"The Advertiser's platfoim snvs.
'All persons loping nt Republican pil-
muiles should swenr they nre Repub
1'wiiis.' Who Is to ndmlnlster the
oath? Who nre the Rcptihllrnns to
nrmlnlMcr It? I lay It down ns nn
other linslc piluclplc on a ruck li.un
dutlon that nny Amerlinn citizen In
th Territory is ns fully qualified to
volt nt n Republican primary as tho
owuer of the Advertiser; In fact, I be
lieve better qualified. The Republi
can party heie Is In a formative state
unil American t Itlzens can neither he
sworn Into it or barred out of lis pri
maries. "I will admit that tbo Adver
tlncr is the custodian of abundant su
gar stocks, but I have yet to learn
fiom oui paBt history that money In
nphes elvlc prldo or American patriot
Ism. Wbb it money that fired the
biiaBta of the patrlotB of revolution'
hi y rnme, the heroes of our Civil Wnr
or of the late Spanish win or any ol
Hie great movements lu our country?
Ontlemen, our party in this Territory
it sinking with tho money bugaboo
east, shall each hold olllce as a semi
ten ftp such district for the teini oftwo
) c.i is.
That fin the Secondi Senatorial l)l
tilit William Whlto, having ittt-lveu
the luwtai ninnljet t ballots east, shall
hold ollleo as u senator reir hucIi dis
trict ror the lei m or two yitiis.
That ror the Thlid Senntoilnl Ills
tliet I). K.iiiiiIiu, Geoige H. Carter, ulul
U, Knl.tiioknI.uil, having lespettively
it-eelved the lowest number of n.illou
east, shall each hold ollleo as a M-iintui
I lor Biith district ror the teini of two
That for the Fouith Senntoilal Ills
trlct I. II. Knlilllnu, having leetlveii
tho Ion cat nuiiiber of ballots cast, shah
hold ofTko as i scimlor for siith dlv
lilet for tho term of two ytais.
Ho was followed by Delegate Wilcox
mid Mi. Cayplcss who .ulvouitcd tlm
bill recently ngiied upon by the Hiiufi
Committee on Teriltoiies wlileh pio
vlilcs foi the relliement of four Home
Itulcis nml tlueu RepubllcnnB nne
I which was lece-mly puhllshed In tltlt
'I htf committee tool, no netlon on nnj
of Iho mutters cllheiiBseil nml Ii lu it,..
piCM'iit liiteiitlou of Chalriimn Foiaktr
to ran a special meeting or the commit
ten ror Saturday next when Delcgnte
Wilcox's hill piovldlng apeelal Imic.
laws ror Hawaii will bo considered
when It Is understood the (loveinoi
wi.l bo present and biibmlt his views.
i During tho healing Governor Doll
and Scnntor Caiter left for the Whltt
H6uso to call on tho President.
I J. A. DHKCKONS.
REPUBLICANS ARE HARMONIOUS
AND I'KARSACTMUOH BUSINESS
(Continued from page 1.)
lirpubllcan ticket In November w child
hardly, under theso circumstances,
voto for Republican candidates.
Mr, Farrlngton. replying to the re
marks of Mr. Towso respecting news
papers, suggested that the commltteo
adopt a resolution requesting each
newspaper to give the previous speak
er a column In which to express his
Mr. Reynolds told something of how
primaries wero carried on In tho
Slate of California. They wero fair
and square and all primaries voted to
gether. If on tho day of election a
Democrat happened to bo converted
to Republicanism, ho should bo allow
ed to vote. There Bbould bo absolute
ly no restriction.
WANT HAWAIIAN REPUBLICANS.
Mr. Coclho told how tho Republi
cans had won tho last fight In UufTnlo
while ho wns there. When a voter
pledged himself to voto tho Itepubll
cnn ticket, ho was allowed to voto at
the Republican primaries. Tho nonv
iiiDtlons of candidates wero ot courso
closed beforo tho election and tl.oso
pledged themselves to voto tho Ro
piiblican ticket were forced to volo
ioi the candidate already put up. It
was In this way that the Democratic
city of Iluffalo went Republican.
Mr. Cooke moved to adjourn but Mr.
Devil arose and said: "You must
tcnslder this matter well from n
standpoint of tho Hawallans. If you
wnnt Hawallans to become Republi
cans J on will have to mnkn thrin
btich. If )ou want to bar them then
Ktep them nut Hawallans hnvo tnld
of late. 'You Republicans don't want
i'm at vciitr pilmnrles because yon
want to put In jour own men. Atler
this hns been done, then we nro good
inoiigh to ionic in nnd help elect our
Mr. Cooke answered Hint ho did not
wish to be misunderstood, tto wns
anxious for Home Rulers and Demo
t nits to become Republicans nnd ho
1 1 Moved they were fast coming that
Mr. llojd "That's what joii tblnlt.'
Mr. Fisher cited Instances nt the last
primary elections when n large mini
htr of Home Rulers had been driven
tn the Itcpublliati polls to vote when
they had no right whatever lliero.
The rolls should be closed In tlmo lo
nl'cw a rigid overseeing of liiem.
STEWART ON THE SECTION.
Mr. Stewnit, ns chairman of the
committee on rules nnd regulations,
SMiko ns follows on the section under
I'llmnry elections should bu as caro
fully guuided as general elections
Many of the states have laws regulat
Ing tho primaries and prescilblug
tuts to he npplied to persons desiring
to voto thereat. It Is unfortunate
that no citizen got this matter before
Mil last legislature.
In Massachusetts by an Act of 1897,
I' ts piuvlde-d. that when a person ap
ptars at a primary to vote. If ho is
challenged, he must make oalh as to
I'll- Identity; also that ho has not tali
! pint in l he caucus of nny other
paity for u year, and Intends to sup
pert the nominee of tho caucus. Upon
t.'klng such an oath he shall be por-n-ltti'd
to vote. There Is no prellmln
T) registration whatever.
Hon. Joslah Qulncy, for somo tlmo
Mayor of Ilostun, Mass., oppose, I all
legislation for primaries he snys "1
litdlevo that perhaps the fundamental
pilnttple of caucus reform Is tho pro
v'slon of some method by which the
individual voter of tho party shall bo
secured in his -right to deposit hla
vote. I think that that object can
only be- ui rived nt satisfactorily by
making his right depend. In the last
result, upon his willingness In lake
oath to a certain form or declaration
I do not believe that It Is wise to pro
vide In nnj way for any system ol
paity ctiiollmcnt It seems to me
that at the best It Is au unneeessaiy
irtuiiibiante and difficulty, a source
nr piikslble trouble and fraud, mid that
ui rter pioper laws It Is entliely un
iii'ceBsurj lo nave nny piovTstel.i lor
he enrollment ol party voters."
PROVIDE FOR CHALLENGE.
In Keiituek),us lute ns ilanmiry, ISO1),
uellher the Democratic pany, nor tho
Republican pint) has icipilicd vntii.t
nt a lultnaij to do au thing nunc than
to ilei hue In good faith Hint the) dcslr
to ttllill.it t- with that pint).
When Hon. IMwuid J. MiDcuuott
Hindu this stHtcment at a public con
fen nie In New Yoik Clt, Ihu follow
ing culloqii) look pljic:
Mr. Hopkins i Kansas) Suppose it In
for the uoiulnutlon of a Republican
andldate? Do I understand Hut you
allow a mini lo slcp up anil say "I am
a Republican, nud want to volt foi the
wiimlldate of tho Republican pail at
tho toinlng election" will vou allow
Jim to vote?
Mi. McDennott Certainly. We pin
Id he may be challenged II the pioof
Iocs not satisfy us.
In the State of Peiiiisvlvanla thue
s no unlfniiu svHtcm; hut tho lent
vhleli Is applied lu Dehnvaic county. Is
teiierall mllcuved, namely: Hut tterv
oter who drcl.ues hlnitilf In faviir ul
ho unconditional administration of th
,'overninrut upon Repiibllinu piiiul
iles can vule at Republican prlniuilcs
Al p public iiiiiieit'inti Nn York
'Itj. a HinMl.fi was understood to say
but only putons could vote at a pil
laiy who voted nt the Inst diction
vhereupon tin following culluquv tooli
Mr. Johnson I meiely want to In-
pure, .vir Ch.ilrmnn, whether theio Is
i provision in Iho pioposed statute for
inyono to vote at u primary who inn
not declaro that he voted at Hie dec-
Uy LANAI LOUNGCK.
Judges nro sworn to ndmlnlster Jus
tice without fear, favor or affectlou,
yet their oaths allow them to have
stiong attachments for absentee Jur
mcn. Utile Pitchers: "Ma, I heard a lady
at the matinee say that another lady
was always at the Orpheiim. 1 wonder
how she knew the other one was al
ways thero If sho wasn't nlwnys thero
A man should always search bis
pockets, when a steamer Is signaled
from the Coast, for letters to hli wife
that may have been forgotten t licit?
from some previous steamer. This pre
caution would be n great nld to the
good woman In keeping measurably
well up with her correspondence.
The Fish Commission steamer Alba
mint of the Senators which was Intro
Moloknl shore. Probably the whole
finny push was on the Ontui side of
the channel watching the torchlight
procession of Japanese fishing boats.
lleforc the Hawaiian oligarchy rem
nant sets out to renew Its stakes under
popular government, it ought to pro
vide a svstcm or old age pension), for
its henchmen. They will need t is
tennnco while nvv tilting tbo chalet ol
their masters as rulers by the ironic
Another rainy Btnson of imiis.'uieiits
would uppenr to have struck Hono
lulu. Meny wUe folk will no nn.i tu
fill their fun tanks against lb.1 nxt
President Roosevelt was ngieivilily
surpilsed nt Governor Dole's appear
ance. He did not know, pioh.ihl.v. thnt
the nntlve costume hud gone out of
fnsblou lu Hawaii some viis ugo.
Punchbowl summit may not be the
bite 111 St Milled for the klml nf nni I-
the MtKlnley Mrmnilnl Commlttri Is
secKiiig. let It must be made a public
pnrk some dav. or i Ise lEcnerntlim un
born will blush for the stupidity of ns
r- fn r r r-a nt rts ns i n m s "a
Hon of Hint mil tleiitnr nnrfv thn nm.
vIoub election As I understand tho
gentlrmnn, who olfeied this proposed
Act. hei stilted thnt mi mini ,nnM wiln
unless he toiild decl.ue Hint he had
voted fur the iiimllthitcH of Hint party
lit the PI ev ions election. If Hint In
true, vvhnt room Is there for n man who
.night be converted or ilinugc his
Mr. Rush Thnt was it mistake l
meant those who had voted til the last
pilimiij election or nn opposing parly
It would not be rtclit tn llllWi n mnm.
her of a party vote nt tho prlmnry of
ws paity. when a week before, we wilt
8av. he had been nt it nemmrntl,i ni-t.
maty. J did not tiny anything about the
election, but he Is restilcttd In regard
to his piimailes; he can not vote at a
primal) or mi) other p:ut within .i
In New York the icglstratlon for pri
mal lex Is conducted hy election nfllreis
after a full nilhllrntlnn In hiiifln,niiMi
as to time nnd place of registration, and
oooKs are open rrora C in the morning
till 10 at night. The registration list
Is then filed In the bureau or elections,
where It Is open ror public Inspection;
nlso nt Police headnuarlers. nljt nt
OPP08E REVOLUTIONARY ACT.
In no SUitc that I know of do thn Mr.
ties limit their primaries to persons
wno voted nt tho last general election.
Now, the rule as reported from your
committee lg in tho exact language of
the rules passed by tho convention and
practically ratified by the last conven
Our primary sybtem as to no tlmq
limit for emollnicnt may bo safeguard
ed b) icqulrlng tests of Republican
1 do not think It Is In the power or
this committee to change the principle
cutlicl), and shut up books. 1 am In
e lined to think that I shall favor such
action by our next convention, and that
pussage hy tb enext Legislature of a
passage b the next Legislature of a
Hut at this point I can nut ngire to
vvliut would be a revolutionary nit on
the pait of this committee.
At this point, Mr. MtCnldless Intio
dueed the following substitute for See
llou 17, which wus leeched cnthuslns
"No peibon shall be entitled lo vol'
at u Republican pilmuiy unless lie shall
have the quiillllcitloiis of a voter of
the pieclmt mid If uillcd upon shall be
compelled to take the following pledge
'lliut be will support tho Republican
tit kel and its nominees at the next
The oilglu.il section which gavo-rlsc
to the length) discussion, leads as fol
No member of a picclntt club shall
be entitled to vote at u pilniury unltsj
his iiniiiti ulmll huve been enrolled lu
the i lull, but any person who will bo
entitled tu vote at tbu next general
election bhull have the light to have
hla name enrolled lu the club of iho
pieeluet In width he will bo entitled tu
voie tip to the time of the closing of tho
SOLUTION OF CONDOLENCE.
All fiutucr discussion was cut off
b) Chairman Kennedy granting per
inlsslun to Ml. Couke to prcsuit tho
following lesoliitlou of lomlnlciuu
v.hlih vvaa unanimously adopted.
Win lens, Wc have linrntil with i
giet of Hie iltath of Jus. K Kuulla,
tho c hah nun 0r the Hxecutlvo loiniuli
tee of Hie Home Rule pmly,
Ho It Resolved, Thut tbo Republic un
Teiiilculul Committee of tho Tenltoi)
of Hawaii ofler our enndolciite nud ex
picas om icgrcta at the loss stistalneq
both by his friends, his paity and tip.
tomiiiltUe at laigo.
As the hour was getting late and the
inenibeia weie anxious to get home. Mr.
Couke moved to ndlourn. i in, m..nn
(.was carried unanimously.
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