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Delegation Elected To
Chicago Convention i
Kuhio Kalanianaolc R. W. Bieckons
A. G. rt. Robertson J. M. Dowsett
John 0. Lane 0. B. McClcllan
W..T. RobiAson Joaquin Garcia
W. G. Walker Chas. Wetherbcc
E. A, Knudscn , F. M. Hatch
The delegation will be uninstructed.
A. G. M. Robertson endorsed as National Committeeman.
At wn jiiciIIcUmI li tlio II ii 1 1 o -
I In osterduv, (lit' nbove Rctitletni'ii
were elected tt i;o to C'lilr.iK" to lep-
resent Hawaii., The IiubIiichs session,
(it till' convention Inst evonMK wan
ns quiet and uneventful as posslhl".
I'terjtliliiK hud boon llxed befoio
Imml nt caucus mill '" committee,
iitul the convention itself went olt
like it well-rcheuiscd plnj. Outside
of tliu miilii business done tlio main
fentutos ot Intercut were a rlngiiiK
endorsement (it the Delegate and lili
wurk ul Washington by II. I'. H.iM
)1a oil b) I lie I'lCRljVnl mill niciuborfi
(if Coiikicw In ndvooallni; lllieial up
propilatlotiH fui tlic ill'fi'tiKp i.f Hie
hm hoi h (if thM Tcrrltiui iiml tin us
tnbllFhmcnt of u !! uml nt I'eurl
Ilm lioi-. A due regard li the nsplr.i
tlnns of oilier nallnnii icipilu-s of iuir
statesmen a high nnd piiilnile uppre
(Intlmi of tin) Htrntonlial iiiiHrtuncf
of this fiontler of the nation Wo do
fIiu tliu retention In tin- I'aclllc Ocean
of u naval force of sufflcliiit sttonKth
lo meet nil posslltlo Icntili . iiii'iilH.
b the olllcjnl cnll
Whereas, In and
of the Hopillillcnn
1t nti.1 Glut, I ntinni li liv A fl M
tllO dtltlcS of' iciim'iter n.ne ,,evu
IllltJlieil IWil ,1U1'H" UIMl II llttl
the delegates ""'I dwelling In lolly on
At 7 : 5T. the convention was called
to order by Jlli'o and the li'poit of
the t'litliinlttpp on Credentials wan
lead nnd adopted.
The Committee on Utiles lcported
recommending the nppolutnicnt uf
Illto nnd Cnstro iik permanent chnlr
innn nnd heorctni lespoctlvely; thnt
Hut two delegates nnd two nltcrnutcu
should be elected In anordance with
tlio cnll, mid thnt thereupon fournd
illtlonal delegates mid four ultcruiitcb
should be chosen, to bo seated nt the
convention If possible, ns well ns oth
er perfunctory niles. This wan
The rppoit of the Committee on
Resolutions w.is then read ns follows.
He It ltesoled by tlio Republican
Teriltorlnl Convention of Hawaii in
uBsomblj convened nt Honolulu on
tlio 13th iluy of April, 190S
1. That wo nemtlly uniloisc the
wlte nnd patriotic administration of
President Uonscvelt, commending his
principles ns being designed to pin
miite the best IntctestH of nil our pen
pie and to secmi' the gie.ilcst good to
I he gientest number.
i. We lie:irtll ondorro tlio wIfi
mid consonatho manner In which the
affairs of iw Territory are being nd
nilulsteied by flournor W. I". I'rcai
Wo most heartily endorbo Hit
course pursued In Congress by om
Delegate, Kal.inlanaolo, mid partlcu
hirly commend him for tlio energy nnd
ability dlsphoed by him In endeavor
ing to secure, mid In mniij cai.es to
pilling n 1 1 uu leallz.itlou by Cougiohs
of tliu wants mid needs of the Torrl
lory, of the necessity for formications,
of the possibilities of Pearl Harbor
cud of our right to !ino our lurtiort.
3. V,'o ri'ltcintp our firm belief In
a pioleclhe tariff as the basis of tl.c
prospprlty of tlio Anuilrnn Nation
and iuitlciil.nl) of the Teirllory ot
Hawaii. The deel(ipnienl of the ng
rlcnltural lnleiests of this Tcirltor)
renuiies tlio continuance of tariff pio
teetluu In order to shield our pioducts
against ruinous foreign pompetltloii
Wo believe, howeer. that a cupful
oWslon of Hip till i If Is now demand
od by public IntoicstH. Wo also bo
lleve thnt any such iplsion. entrust.
ed to tlio Republican iiaily, Imbued a
it Is with the policy of protection, will
iiiuiuestloiiably Impose surli cuslonu'
duties ns will enual tho illlferenco bo
twien the cost of pioductloii nt homo
mill abroad, together with a ipusou
able pioilt, to the end thnt, without
xccrfIc duties. American mnmifiic
turers, farmers, producer!) nnd wage
enrneis may hnu ndoipinto protec
tion. I Wo bolloo In tlio ipyiiipiit o,.'
subsidies for tho eiiiour.igement ,'
American nicichnnt m.irlno, the pro
motion of the coinmeice of tliu I'.i
(.Iflc. nnd tlio peipetuatlon of the
American ling on tho high seas, bo
liming fin titer that such action Is im
mediately nccpsbary to urutcnt the
illsappe.iranco of Amirlcnn bhlps fiom
6 We commend tho patrlotlsin ills
w & bML Or
and Commission Merchant
RIRB AND MARJINE
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Parrott & Co., San Francisco
Aachen and Munich Fire Insurance Co.
Mannheim Insurance Co.
number of alternates, ns Its represeu
tatlon in the National Contention to
be held on June ICtli next nnd
Whereas, It Is understood Hint tho
Territories of Arlzoiri and New Mex
ico nnd also Alaska ouch proposes to
elect nnd Bend to said Co nentlon six
delegates nnd nltermites with the In
tention of eudenvoilng to have them
tented in said Convention, nnd .
Wheieas, It Is tho koiiso of this
Coueution that six dologaks nnd al
ternates would bo n fnlr lepreueiitn
Hon for each Torrltorj
He it Resolved, thnt besides the two
delegates and alternates allowed this
Territory by said call, this t'oiuptitlon
thnll elect four additional delegates
Resolved, further, thnt Hie dele
! gatcB elected by this Ciimeiulon pur
suant to said call and the .National
Coninilttee-mnn bo Instructed to use
their best endeavors to lecuro the
Eontlng In tho National Cohm ntlon of
tho said four other delegates nnd nl
tei nates elected by this Contention.
Resolved, that.it Is the sen.se of
this Convention that the delegates to
tho National Convention should vote
In said Convention na n unit, nnd thnt
said delegates are Jitiebj Instructed
A. K. Vlerra moved to adopt tho
leport, which carried unanimously.
The Chair appointed (1. 1 Renton,
John II. Wise and 0 II. Knlrchlld ns
Indues and Chas. Akatl and T. I
Cumiulugs as tellcis of election.
II. I. Baldwin nominated Delegate
Kalanlanaolc, stating that his ac
tions at Washington In tho wuy of
securing Pearl llaibor linprovctnents
nnd fort)llratlnus were too well
known to need repetition, llaldwin
hud been the first una to nominate
him three elections ago. ns tho enn
dldate for Delegate on tho Republi
"I think wo are all liioud of our
Delegate." suit! llaldwin. "A i
of the soil, I nin certainly proud of
him. He has leainud a gieat deal lit
Washington In the way ot experience
and has done good work In getting
things for Hawaii I hope to vote
for lilm for Delegate at the next
Judge Aliilinulu beconded the mo
tion, snvlng that he for one had
known Kuhlo ns a friend nnd com
panion for jeus, even when ho be
longed to another patty, pi lor to Ills
joining tho Republican party. He
believed In Kuhlo mid would stand
by him until the end of his days.
S. Ij. Desha made a lengthy speech
In Hawaiian nominating A. 0. M.
llernaid Kelckollo moved that the
nominations dose This carried and
tho Delegate and Robertson were
elected, the secretaiy being fnstruct-
cd to cast a ballot for thm on mo
tion by Charles Clark.
' W. K. Diake nominated II. W
llrcckons ns an alternate. Wlso sec
onded. Knudscn nominated J M
Dowsett us nu nlternato. K limine
moved to close nominations, Cm i ltd
and Ilreckons nnd Dowsett were de
clined elected, Willie Crawford mov
ing that a ballot bo cast by tho .sec
retary. W 0. Smith nominated John C
I.ane ns a delegate, who, lie said, had
done good scrvlio In tho Legislative
and had done good work for good
government In the community. Ho
would do tho Territory honor nt tho
convention. Kaulukou seconded.
0 II Falrchlld nomlnuted Hrlc A.
Knudscn. H V. Richards nominated
W (1 Wnlker nnd Kalama present
ed W T Robinson
Ciawford moved that nominations
close Kclekullu moved thnt tho sec-
rotary last a ballot for I.anc, Kuud
sen, Walker and Robinson, and they
wero dpclaicd elected.
Atkinson nominated V. M. Hatch
as nn alternate Kaulukou nominat
ed (i II McClellan. Kelckollo noml
nnted A. D C.iBtro Woltcrs nomi
nated Wcthctbeo and llaldwin Joa
quin Garcia Castro withdrew, nnd
on motion that nominations close,
McClcllan, Wetherbco, Hatch and
Oafcla weto dei lined elected as ill-
If you are looking for a
inedlolno that has thoroughly
proven Us nbllltv. to cure, get
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54 years it has been curing
Headache, Heartburn, Insom-'
nia, Indigestion, Liver Troub
les, Costivcucss, Biliousness,
and Malaria, FcVcr and Ague.
lernntes on a ballot cast by the sei
letarv C II Cooke moved tli.it A (I M
Robertson be endorsed us National
Committeeman. Willie Crawford
moved that nominations close Car
ried, nnd the endoisement was cur
ried b a unanimous vote and with
Robertson thanked the convention '
for his endorsement, mid stilted that
he was authorized by Prime Kuhlo
to give thanks for him. "While the j
honors were great," ho said, "the
delegates will not be unmindful that
the responsibilities are eijunlly as
great. The duties of tho delegates
will not be easy. nnd. owing to tho
peculiar stnte of affairs on the main
land It is dldlcult to say what 'duties
they might be called on to perform.
There Is always u temptation to jump
Into the band vvngon, but the ques
tion will be whether this plan
should bo favored or whether It
would nut bo better to make It a mat
ter of principle and support tho can
didate for President who Is believed
to want to do most for Hawaii, The
delegates will have to consider thcli
duties In this respect. Tho conven
tion litis nlready declared in favor ol
a protective tariff, wisely leallzliig
thnt therein lies the vvclfnre of the
Territory nnd tho whole United
Stntes. Secretnry Tnft has been one
of the furemobt advocates for tariff
revision, mid still he Is the candidate
of tho Adinlnlstiatlou. T.ift Is not
only nt present tho leading candi
date, but as ho Is Roosevelt's choice
serious consideration ot his candl
dacy is duo tho great work done b)
tho President for Hawnll. All things
considered, I believe it wise to let the
delegates uso their judgment nt the
convention, so they can vote for the
candidate the) think best for Hawaii
and the I'ulted States ns a whole. It
Is highly proper for any Statu to
pledge Its delegates to support Us
favoilte son. but It would be unwise
for a lung-dlstuuco Territory to do
otherwise than to entrust the respon
sibility to tho delegates, a thing
wlilch, ni cot ding to Senator Crane,
Is a time-honored custom.
"With legal d to tho local bltiia
tlon," said Robertson, "It bus been
observed In past years Hint at about
thU time, between campaigns, the
patty has seemed to be In a sort of
disorganization, but this Is the unt
il! al icstilt of the fact that nothing
has come uu to keep tho workeis nt
tho wheel. It may therefore seem to
tho casual observer that tho pmty
Is not In a condition tq enter u cam
paign. I don't think, however, that
there Is catibc to bo otheiwlse than
hopeful. 1 hoe before mo tho faces of
strong nnd slncero party workeis
who lire ready to do their duty and
who will see that tho Republican
ticket Is again successful nt the polls.
Men like we have heio tonight will
not give up without a struggle, and
will not be led astray by any false
cries, cries In tlio wilderness ns It
were, but will again stand up and
cair the Republican banner to vic
On motion by Chas Clark tho con
vention adjourned at U 05 p. m.
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