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Very Stormy Scenes
Yesterday afternoon's session
the Homo Rulo contention nas
last and withal the stormiest of
of , The proper time came more quickly
tha than expected and as soon as the mo
tho tlon to postpone the consideration
three das' sittings In the city. Whlle'thu constitution and by-laws had been
thero had been a tacit agreement on
tho part of tho conservative and more
progressive sections of the convention
to pass the constitution and by laws
as amended on the night before by a
carried, the l'rlncc arose in a cry
dignified manner, called for silence,
and said In n few brief words, as pub
llshcd In (he Ilullctln extru )osterdav
that it was bis Intention to lento the
caucus, the members ot which naei convention with tho Homo Rule party
been named from both sides by Dclo lie, tho Delegate and Senator Kalauo
goto Wilcox himself, tho result tester kalanl had shaken hands on the mat
day afternoon showed that there was ter of the constitution and by law 1
on the part of one side at least no In-'and both theso men had broken 'faith
tentlon whatever to hold to the terms
of tho agreement
Tho ounger clement went Into the
Orpheiim jesterday afternoon, fully
convinced that trouble had passed
away and that thero was an intention
on tho part or tho convention to get
down to hard work and let bygones bo
bygones Instead of that, from thn
time tho amended report of tho com
mltteo was read until l'rlncc Jonah Ka
Innlannolc and bis following walked
out of the place, there was nothing but
n storm of protests against the report,
led by Delegate Wilcox and 8enator
Kalauoknlanl, the men who on tho pre
vious night had shaken bands on the
unity of the party, nnd the passago i f
the amended constitution and bylaws
of the convention.
Old Man Starts Ball.
An old man from the other sldo ol
the Islands stnrtcd tho talk against
the new constitution and bylaws,
meant by the commlttco to givo mora
power Into the hands of the people, it
had been changed so as to permit ot
the reappointment of the old officers
of tho executive committee, and thla
having been tho bono of contention on
the previous day, when Join Hmmo
luth was denounced by Delegate Wil
cox, It was thought that nfl would go
with 111 in Ho did not care any longer
to affiliate himself with n part In
which such men were.' at the head He
would leave tho party lorevcr
As quietly as he hail risen to his feet
the voting Hawaiian l'rlncc took his
hat and walked out of tno Orpheiim
looking neither to ono Bide nor the
other. He did not even enst a glance
In the dlioctlnn of ills followers, but
kept on out of the hallway nnd down
Notwithstanding this fact, the major
part of his followers In the convention
nmong the leaders being John Wise,
Carlos Long, David Hvvallko, Reprc
sentntlve Mnlioo and others, nroti)
from their scats and followed the
Prince Soon there wero little bunches
of politicians scattered all tho way
down Port street, talking over the sit
Kanuha Tried to Speak.
After the l'rlncc and his followers
had left the convention, Senntor Ka
nuha arose and tried to speak but the
excitement had reached such a pitch
that all the delegates wero talking nt
once, ami no one could hear a thing.
Finally Senator Kanuha gavo up In ills
,'ist and taking his lint, follow oil the
others out of the theater.
Senator Kalauokalanl soon had tho
cars of tho members ot tho com en
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Onoor two other old men got up and tlon. In prefacing his remarks, lit
tafRed against tho report of tho com- told all thoso who wonted to g to do
mlttce and wanted it postponed Indcfi so at once. Thero wero Borne Impor
nitciy. It wns then that John Wise tnnt matters to be considered, and the
aroso and in a very eloquent speech ! sooner they were attended to tho bet
told tho members of tho convention of Iter. Let thoso who had left the hall go
what had been agreed on at tho meet , It the) wanted to. Those who remain
Ing held on the previous night, when ed should Blek together . It would not
tho leaders of the party had shaken do to believe what other peoplo should
hands on tho proposition of seeing tho tell them, particularly tho ones who
report of tho committee through tho had left tho hall.
convention. Ho said lie had hoped I The speaker again rang the changes
tho fire of the previous day had been on the fnct that the members of tho
totally extinguished, hut he could sco party were poor, but that they should
by too drift of the remarks on tho pari
of members of tho convention that
thero were still a few sparks left, and
If great cnio wero not taken, thero
would soon be another flamo
The speaker counseled the membcio
of tho convention for the last time to
stand together and to believe In ttio
Integrity of tho joung men of tho par
tj who had been so reviled He anil
tho men associated with him had ahso
lutely nothing else In their minds hut
tho good of tho part) and tho people.
Tlicro was nothing In tho constitution
and hj laws that could be taken uxcep
During tho wholo of the speech ol
Mr. Wise, tho four women from thu
other sldo of the Island who, If they
were chosen by any duly qualified
body, had no right to take part In the
deliberations ot tho convention nnv
way kept up n series of miittcrlngs
and frowns, nnd as soon as tho speak
ir had sat down, one ot tho number
got up nnd denounced the new eonatl
tutlon and b) laws as an attempt to
curtail tho powers of tho recognized
leaders of tho party, 'the old constitu
ilon nnd l laws wero good enough fot
them In tho heated argument that
was being Indulged In, Senator Kaohl,
from Hawaii, got up ain't read uomo ol
the sections of tho constitution nnd by
laws which tho parly hnd gone on up
to tho present tlmo Ho declared In a
loud voice that (here was no other con
stltutlon and b) laws, and that theio
should ho au Indefinite) postponement
of tho leport of tho commlttco.
A motion was mado to postpone con
sldeintliin of tliu constitution and by
laws until 1903 Ilcforo thero was time
for unjono to mako a remark even of
the very hi litest nature, President Ka
lniioknlanl hud risen to his feet, put
tho motion nnd declared It carried.
Prince Leaves Convention.
Previous to the passage of tho mo
tlon l'rlncc Cupid had not said a
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hall wire trjlng to bounce the older
element so Hint they might havo ev
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At the conclusion of these remarks
there were cheers and Ihcn cries for
Wilcox (leorgo Mnrkham arose and
seemed tn floor from several others
who were talking the cli.ilr knowing
just what lie had up his sleeve He
proposed tho nomination ot Wilcox as
next Delegate to Washington In the
Whereas, an election foi Deiegnto to
Congress will bo held on tho first
Tuesday of November, 1002, In the
Territory of Hawaii; nnd.
Whereas, the present term of offlro
expires on March 3d, 1003, and,
Whereas, tho Hon Robert W. Wil
cox, In the dlxchargo of his duties ns
Delegate to Congress, we, tho Inde
pendent Homo Rule part) approve of
the course that ho has pursued, and,
Whereas, ho becanio fnmlllar and
acquainted with tho duties of ills of
flci nnd members of Cougicts, thoro
fine bo It
Resolved That the name of tho Hon
Robert W Wlliox ho placed before
this convention ns nominee of tho In
dependent Home Rulo parly as dclo
gate to Congress.
Thero was no nied of nnj thing bo
Ing said The lesnliitlnn found see
oiuIh all over tho hall The resolution
was lushed through by a unanimous
showing of hands In fnvor of It When
the enthusiasm had died away, Wilcox
made n speech thanking tho conven
tlon for tho honor they had conferred
Wilcox on Bolters.
Ho made special refereneo to tho ac
tion of tho )oung men In leaving tho
convention, characterizing It as tho
action of n lot of hor heads 'I hey wore
too joung to expect to lend tho pnrty
They had not been In politics long
enough They would get over their
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v)lllt lo Mm S lk ul Gnu Llntni Chin... tnl ;4n. OooJl ot All Kill
IIO-9IS (VQUI3U tli
woicl. After ho hnd left tho meeting. , anger nnd would como back ngnln Into
lie explained that He clltl not caro to
say nn thing Ho was totally disgust
ed with tho work of tho men ho had
tr.isted on tho night beforo . Ho hnd
shaken hands with Dclegato Wilcox
nnd Senator Knlauokaldtil and both
hides hnd promised to bury tho hatch
et. When ho heaid Wilcox talk
against the very report which thoy had
promised to put through tho conven
tlon nnd then when Kalauokalanl got
up and followed tho lead ot tho Dele
gnto, ho was perfectly dumbfounded
There was rtally nothing to say nnd
ho did not caro to protest. When
He snld he had found that the new
constitution would curtail tho power
of the old people and ho could not
George Markham was on tho door ns
soon as Wilcox hail completed his
speech. He Introduced the following
resolution, which was adopted by the
Whereas, the Hon. E Cajpless has
assisted tho Hon. It, W. Wilcox In his
work nt Washington; and
Whereas he Is a true Trlend of tho
Revolved, Tint this contention ot
the Home Rulo pnrty endorse his ser
tlces as a unit.
The next thing done wns the recast
Ing of the committees on framing laws
to shut out the bolters from the party.
The restUt was as follows J A. Aklna,
D Knlniyikalnnl I) Kalauokalanl .Ir,
J I' Mnkalual and It W Wilcox The
following committee on bylaws was
named IMgnr Ca.v ptess, J. M l'oepoe,
J Kmmcliith J Knnealll nnd J Kntiul
Endorsement of Wilcox.
Mnrkham's third resolution, relating
to tho work of Wilcox In Washington,
wns adopted. It reads as follows:
Resolved, That we. the Homo Rulo
party of Hawaii, do hereby approve
the work ad endorse tho course of, our
Delegate Hon R. W. Wilcox, during
his service In the Congress ot tho
United States, and bo It further
Resolved That In tho name of our
people we protest against the efforts
of various people and colourations to
discredit our Delegate bj sending so
called representatives to Washington
to oppose nnd obstruct him In the dis
charge ot ills official duties, by at
tempting to secure the Introduction or
presentation of measures beforo Con
gUKs without observing the iiuirtcs)
due to him of Hist presenting sueh
measures for his approval, and bo U
Hi solved That re repudiate all
mcusuH'H so brought before Congress
as unsanctioned by tho people unless
dill) and properly presented by our
said Dulegate and request him to he
govemed according! In bis official ac
tlon regarding such measures
Wilcox was on tho floor again, nnd
this time it wns to mako a public apol
og) fur tho words he had used against
ninmelutli A committee of one, con
slstlng ot Mr I, was appointed to go to
Mr Knimeluth with the pipe of peace
Mnkalual addressed the convention,
sn)lng he wished to go homo and tell
the peoplo to stand firm. It would bo
ncccssnr) to huihl up tho strength cl
the party to meet tha defection ot
those who had vvnlkcd out of tho hall
Ca)pless addressed tho convention
In flio following lnngiingo
"When I talked of unit) to )ou yes
terdny I did not know It was so thor
oughl) Ingrained In sou. This Is not
the first time theie havo been mistakes
made In the part), but I hope It will bo
the lust The bolters have shown a
peevish and childish spirit, us I tnku it
hut It all has shown that ou are real
I) united In jour hearts Tnku that
spirit home In jour hearts Sa) to
jour people that tho war Is on That
elt) nnd county government Is the bat
tie crj, and that every soldier Is a Ka
nichanichu ami we will win"
Knlaiicikulnul closed thu convention
b) saying that it was time for the peo
pie to stand together The inonie nt
tho people weakened they were lost
He advised them to send in their te
ports The delegates then stood and
sung 'Hawaii I'onoi," nnd with n
prn)cr from Knhiiiokalnni tho conven
tlon was at au end.
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bnek, and ho believed he could If they
should return, tho members who had
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call them kids The) should bo called
The speaker also mado refereneo to
Mr Hniinelutli, stating that ho had
apologized to that man lor tho Ian
gungi he used agalns', him on tho pre
vlntis da) and that tho wholo thing
had been fixed up Ho hnd been angry
nt Euimeliith because ho had been mis
led Into joining tho )nting men.
Dclegato Wilcox mndo special refer
John Wise cnino to him and asked him. once to tho constitution nnd li) laws
lor ndvlco ns lo what to do, ho told hut studiously avloilcd n statement A
him tu du nothing and th it when tho I the fact that both sloes liml on the
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