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.11 LY 12. 1902.
When Senator Hlackburn arrives he
Is likely to tlnd that he has neither n
Democratic or Home llulc party to deal
If ping pong becomes the popular
garae of the waterfront. It will be a
difficult matter to guaranree the de
parture of ships on time.
Talk of harmony In the Home Rulo
ranks after the bolters have burned
bridges behind them Is a new and Inter-
r.stliic nhne nf the nolltlcal situation
which has houny changes. the easy chair of .nd.fference. Let the , " ZMZ SZ
exponents of contending opinions have , comcs for tne onic UllIc lur(y (0 Bpt
The full text of the Isthmian Canal tm,r nK gVe lhvm f sl0,lt, t0 ,fl)niiall. and when It comes to the tlmo
bill published In another column lsln1!U tlcJ cnn nm) wne ,ne platform w'll'n must rebel, then I say 1 am
worthy careful leading. The powcrjg franlocl am, lu cnn(I(latC8 namcd with him." (Applause),
iilaeed In the hands of the President U ,i,. m i, ,i.i ,i ii..,i i, Mr- Emmeluth proposed tho appoint-
extraordinary, and unless Roosevelt
does the unexpected the dirt of ttojor pnrllea the fight of their llics.
canal will be Hying In short order.
Delegate Wilcox having taken a whip
hand In political affairs, ho will hnvu
only himself to blame If the campaign
cry becomes "Anything to beat Wll
cox." The Delegate having compared
himself with Napoleon, will have rca
ton to remember that Napoleon had hi
Wat ei loo
The compliment paid Superintendent
Hojd at the Republican meeting last
night was well deserved. While Mr
Ilojd has been criticised in certain sec
tions of the party, the rank and llle
know that he has administered his high
offlce in a manner that rcllects credit
upon his department and adds to Re
PACTIONS HAVE USES.
(looige II. McCIellnn's discussion nt
factions at the Sciond I'reilnct mi-et
lug last night was u tlmel) word and
stated truths which should be well con
sldered by eveij voter. It Is next to
Impossible to prevent sharp dlffeiences
among members of a party. While
men with strong vlrllo opinions exist
In a section of tho country taking Its
llrst steps in development on new Hue s d(m-t wjU. fnr tlpm W(J mllgt gul tu
u lush Is certain to arise. Many mcnlgethei und build a plaiiorm, little !
urn urn MM nil I- frnmllli: I1CVV Vlt'WS On ' little.
what Is best, and, being convinced of
tl.c sound chaiucier of their condii
f,lons. are iintiuu to themselves If they
fall to urge the adoption of their pio
Dllfeicncos'ln a party cnll it far
tic nal dlffeiences, If desired are a
licneflt to any organization, provided
there foes with It tho nc.eptaneo ol
majur'ty rule or tho recognition of ev
ery man's right to bolt outright. Oin
wholo government syBtcm Is carried
on along the (actional Idea with tho
fectlons developed Into national organ!
zstlous. Tactions, like party organlza
tlous, are merely tho carriers of dit
ferent opinions, the sentiment of all
being to move along the lines of prog
rets though tho lines may not be those
cf least resistance. And tho final out
come Is acceptance of majority rule
which endeavors und usually docs rep
resent a middle ground a majority
nilo tempered In Ra radicalism by fair
recognition of tho minority.
The party entirely free from so call
ed factional dlffeiences will go to seed
It gets In ruts, lacks enthusiasm, and
Tias n smaller working foico when It
comes to the crucial stage of meeting
a common political enemy, inu con
test must cease when the party has fin
ally registered its opinions and lines
up for the llnal ballot. If a man cannot
follow his party, there Is nothing lctt
for him hut a straight bolt, ns was ex
emplified in the local Homo Rule con
vcntlun, nnd has been In evidence In
national, statu nnd county conventions
(since parties became a tactoi in Amur
lean political life.
Tim greatest danger presented to tho
Republican party today Is Indifference
to tho outcome rather than any sharp
THE INFLUENCE OF A MOB
Dy Hon. THOMAS B. REED, at
All assemblages of men nio differ
ent from the men themsehes. Neither
Intelligence nor culture can prevent a
mob from acting as a mob. Tho wise
man and tho Unavo lose their Identity
ami meri" thoiuscUcs Into a new be
lug Tho habits of IndlWdual life nro
bioken up and the safeguards as well,
In our cerydn life wo hae to be In
constant control of ourselves We
know our limited power nnd do not
piopnse to attempt what we ennnnt do
,s part oi a mob thatjlmltatlon Is lost
" 'eel that we hac the power of all
let oitrseUcs loose nnd oerrldo our lie
quired limitations Our reason nt such
times will not work nt Its best, for our
hnblts are broken up nnd human ion
son for everydn) lire depends on hab
A mob does not alvvnjs do wrong. It
sometimes rises to loftier height of
self-sacrifice than any Individual In it
would be capable of When the
French Assembly removed from them-
I selves all Inviolability and let In upon
nemscnca mi? savagery oi rranco,
wns an act of wonderful self abnega
Hon whatever jou might think of It
as an act of sense. The next dny not i
one man approved of what all had dono
the day before with high heart and en '
thuslnstle conviction. The mob need
not be Inrge, nor need It be a mob
Many a Jury has rendercfl n verdict
which not one man of tho panel fully
approved of. This singular effect (if
men upon men this fusing of many ,
natures Into one with nil Its terrible i
consequences, Is nt the basis of the life
of our race
In n great parliamentary nsscmbly
none greater In (he world I have
more than once seen 300 men on tno
verge of personal conflict Each ono of truth against nny two Is sound doc
those men lind been sclecfed out of I trine, but truth without time has not
10,000 or ;n,ouo voters, n man of marl. nu even chance with error.
ra ru ra r-a P-s f-a Ca fa Pa Pa ra na Pa pa Pa pj fa Pa pa ea Ha m p pa jva na
schisms In the ranks Once the woik i the moment. The rights of the people
ers are In action It Is not easy for them ' ' "' stake. He was for peace and
to throw down their arms In the face Jl ,tllc rclllne some inclusion he
. ., , itwecn the warring factions, the joung
n common enemy. A man In tho liar cr ccmPllt to pr0I)0f,e (he ,. Speak.
ncss whether he Is a factional leader, lug of I'rlncc Cupid, .Mr. Emmeluth
for not. Is worth half a dozen sitting in
,., ..... m tll0 opp09t()n ,mrty
The division of energies In a mulll-
tilde of parties serves only to conserve
the Interests of a minority. It will bo
the worst folly Imaginable to nuke the
fight for Delegate a thtee iorn"iec!
YOUNG IIAWAIIANS POINT
TO WILCOX ,
AilD KALAl) Willi SCORN
(Continued fiom Page I )
If jou think tho I'rluco lias done
wrong. ou can ail walk home und gu
back to the other side
"I am sorry that we broke away fiom
the Home Rule party, for I dreamed
that we vvero going forward to sure
victor, but now 1 think we would fail
because with men like them (Wilcox
and Iiulauukulaiil), wo would not dc
seive to win. (lod hates them. What
are we going to do? We dan t want lu
jjoln the Republicans because we have
abused them; we don't want to Join
the Democrats for wo have abused
them, nelthei do we want to Join the
Home Rulers because they light us
If the Republicans put ill good men
let us vote for the good men mid the
same with Democrats and Home Kill
crs. Hut If the Home Rulers put up
men like Kulauoknlanl and Murkham,
"For no self I will never return to
the Homo Rulers until they Hit Knlnu
okahml out and take up with out con
stitutlon. As for Ueorg Maikham, lie
is a blood) snake. Kalauokalanl and
his gang broke their pmmlses right In
this loom and also broku their oath at
the Orpheum. What's the use of ttuy
lug with such men?
Moses Kaalkaiila, the man who In the
convention, Introduced the resolution
to put out Kalauoknljiil, deiiouuied tho
delegate to Washington In good lomid
terms. He said, In pait
"The other evening they made the
biggest error that ever was committed
when they usked the Pi luce to forgive
them und shook hands with black
hearts. What will the people think of
them' I will tell you what they havo
done. They havo becu throwing dirt
Into the people's ejes, I don't care If
both uie In this house now, for I will
tell them to their faces that they are
not men, but are low-lived liars ami
God never foi gives such men."
David Ewuliko, the young man repre
senting 700 voters of llllo and the vici
nity und who told Wilcox and Kalau
okalanl In caucus the other evening
that he had Instructions from bis con
stituents to work tooth and nail to put
tho latter out, was the next speaker.
He said ho would go bdik and tell hU
people that Wilcox and Kalauokalanl
vvero not the right kind of men to fol
low. The) would never get any of the
votes of tho llllo people Let me tell
jiiii." said Kvvallko, "that In the ills
diets of llamakua and Puna theie Is no
man so well beloved us I'lluco Cupid
If Wilcox and Kalauokalanl (an come
to theso districts to make speeches. 1
will tell my people not to IIbicu to
them. I will bo thero to speak foi the
pilnco and I will carry the day, too
Wilcox ami Kalauokalanl will bow
down anil kneel befoie the prince. I
havu watched tho prince and I havo
found tilni to be tuio nnd honest anil
capable of being our leader. Our peo
ple will conijucr (hiougli him."
John Emincluth was tho next speak
er. Ho counseled mature thought.
Nothlnc should be dono on tho spur ot
the Bowdoln Commencement.
lli lila community, and neither Ignor
ant nur brutal. What they might hnc
done without the cyo of tho world up
on them has alna been tho subject
of speculation nnd wonder. Thcso
scenes alnajs occurred when the
thermometer una n hundred In the
shade and each man felt that a oto
either wny on the question before him
wns a peril to his party or to him. The
same stoiy enn be told of every like
nssembl) In the world. The disorder
was not American. It was human.
Our Constitution and sjsteni of gov
ernment arc In full recognition of the
fait that our people uto to govern, and
also of the equally Important fact that
they should have n chance to lenrn
how to govern Wo elect n House ev
ciy two voars. We elect a President
for four jears and a Senator for six
Why are there these differences? Why
should not the people have opportunity
to change all of them every two jeara
nnd make a clean sweep ns It seemed
to them good? Slmtdv becnuse wisdom
Is not born In an hour. Our forefnth
era believed that tho discussions In-
Ivolvod In changing during three differ
,cnt periods the Executive, and the two
chambers would Involve nlso an educn
tlon of the whole peoplo which would
make their Judgment sound.
Three times within my experience
the Judgment of tho peoplo of this
country hns been changed on three
great questions. That tho final Judg
ment wns correct Is not for me to say
In this presence, nut, as a rule, I
think I should prefer the Judgment of
men after discussion rather than with
out discussion. It Is n grent thing to
have Institutions so framed that tho
people can educate themselves before
(hey are called upon to net Time nnd
-na coatee -etDele gate
lay befmc them the proposition of the
jounger.element. He said nlso that .t
was nciessaij for good government anil
llle ''"J'ug through of county and
uiiimtiiiiii gut eminent uiui ivvu-imius
of both houses should be secured,
J. K, Nnkookoo, one ot the most
faithful vvorkeis the Home Rule pari)
hns had, said that Kalauokalanl was a
snake and that he wns done with him
and his ciowd forever. Wilcox wus
alo a suakc. He would not stny with
them any longer for fear the') might
bite him. Continuing, tho speaker
bald "What about the Mnulclpal and
County bills which Kalauokalanl said
he was going to puss? Ho only fooled
him time una)! Neither of them are
the kind of leaders we want to follow
Mr. NaKookoo salel Wilcox would
never again be delegate. He then
called Kalauokalanl n liar und a thief
lllplknne. one of the old men of the
pait) who piefencd to follow Prlneo
Cupid, accused Kalauokalanl uf taking
bilbe money, llotli Wilcox and Knlnu
oknlanl were snakes that poisoned He
had been one who hail gone to war with
Wilcox and who had come near getting
shot b) his foolishness He was u
foolish leader and almost led the men
under li I lit to their giaves. His c)cs
weie now opened, nnd he would nlvvavs
keep one eye on him. Tho speakei
said it was Kalauokalanl's Idea that ho
could do them up because Tie was 11 l.a
buna, but those da)s had gone by.
Senator Knnuhn wns tlio next man
tu denoiin e Knlauokalaul und he did
It lu no uncertain terms. Concluding
his lemarks, Kanuhn said:
"Kalauokalanl would not do anything
but Just went atomic! and asked for
money Kalauokalanl enmo to me one
da) and bald- 'Let's go down to W. O
Irwin.' I nslvl'd him why. He answer
ed. 'Oh. becnilBO we enn get bomo
money fiom him to get nlong with for
awhile' I told him I did not want
none) that way. but still he would not
listen to my refusal. He kept on coax
lug mo and nsked me to go to some of
the big business houses with him to
"We'll, we vvero blind ns to Wilcox
and Knlauokalaul then, but we sco now
nnd cannot he misled There Is a plare
told of In the Illble for tho bad men
and a place foi those who keep faith
Wilcox and Kalauokalanl will go down
luto the cllit where they belon.g"
When Pilnco Cupid arose to address
the meeting thero were prolonged
cheers. Ho sab! In part "Wo don't
want to be throwing dirt nt tno others
Let's havo pattenco and take things
pnsy Let's go slow. Throw away all
haul feelings. Let us nil think togcth
cr. I know that ovei) ono of you hero
tonight Is angiy with (ho otherb, but
nevertheless, go slow Don't let us do
any blackguarding. If wo are to or
ganize a new party, nil well and good;
If wo are to nirlve at some way of af
filiating with the original party. Ilkcpii,
but at nil events let us stand together,"
Mtikalnal, ono of tho Wllcox-Kalauo
kalanl men, snlil lie, believed thero was
too much growling at tho leaders.
There should he u meeting of both
factions to patch up muttcis.
John WIho was on (ho llooi In a mln
lite, piotestiug against nny half-anil
half measures. If the lenders were
wrong, let them come and kneel down
belcni' the men they had wronged and
sue for pardon. Let thorn say they
weiu pan and step out and let them
say the new constitution will bo
adopted "I want to give Wile ox and
Kalauokalanl until 'Monday to conif
and apologize and say they will step
out fiom tho leadership; then that will
cool my temper," said Wise.
At this point, and on motion of John
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Wise, the chair appointed the follow
ing committee to study the situation
.nil to leport on Monday owning on
I i lines tu he followed. John II. Wise
((hnliman), J. K. Kakookon, I). Ewa
llko t llllo), John Emmeluth, Carlos
Long, .M. L. Kaalkaiila and Clulstlan
Prince Cupid aroso and then an
nouiKcd his entire renunciation of the
Homo Rule party, salng while point
lug nt Wilcox: "The other evening I
loeied myself hy going to shuko
hands with a man llko that. I will nev
er go hack to that party. 1 will never
do tvlio what I did the other night.
Never'" Tho Prlneo then advised tho
oung men to go slowly.
Theio vvero other shoit speeches and
then the memorable meeting camo to
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St. Louis, Juno 20. Thomas J. Potts
of South St. Louis Is only fourteen
years old, hut he Is a full-fledged aero
naut nlready, and ho savs ho Is going
In for aeiostattcs as a piofcsslon.
Last night Thomas made his first as
cension. Ho went up 3000 feet nt 10
o'clock at night, and descended a.ifcl)
In a paiachute. So exhlllratlng and
fascinating did ho find the experience
that ho wants tu go up ngaln "right
avva." Thomas says tho ballooning Is
a little "scary" at tit at. hut It Is veiy
cujovuhlc. He savs ho wns badly fright
ened when ho first began to descend,
and liefoie the parachuto opened, hut
afterwnids he seemed to be sliding
down so easily and safely that ho had
no fear whatever, nnd took In all tho
sienciy, especially tho Mississippi river
which he sayb looked like a long nar
Young Potts made his uscenslnn from
Hnsliiigcn'H Park. Ho Induced tho
aeion.iut who has been making ascen
sions theio for soveial weeks to peimlt
him to go up. Three thousand personi,
weie thrilled hy tho hoy'a feat.
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DIRECTORS - J. L. McLean. A.
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J. D. Holt. A. W. Keeck. J. A. Lyl.
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Office nour: 12:30 i.-sq p. m.
The Yokohama Specie Bank
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Paid Up Capital Yen 18.000 000
Reserved Fuud Yen 8.7lfK
HEAD OFFICE, YOKOHAMA.
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and Letters of Credit, and transact a
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For 12 month ,,
For 6 month ,
For 3 month j
Branch of the. Yokohama Specie Bank.
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Set o 5 maps, $2.00
60 CENTS EAOIT
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All Lovers of the Sport
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State or Territory at the
Honolulu Bowling Parlors
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