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CIRCULATION LARGEST OF ANY
in the Territory
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TEE QUEEN'S DENIAL.
It Is to Ic hoped that tho chronic
trouble-makers of the city will ltavo
wit enough to leave Queen l.llluoka-
lanl out of their political cabal after
reading tho very direct statement of
the Queen's Secretary published In
It Is a gratuitous Insult to bring
the Queen Into tho petty affairs ot
political personalities and factional
ism. She Is living a quiet life and Is
entitled to a higher degree of respect
than is found In tho effort to ally her
name, or represent her as associated,
with the partlzan affairs of tho Ter
ritory. Can't the hounds let tho Queen
spend her years In peace? Must they
continuo tho campaign of misrepre
sentation even after she has lost her
country and her throne, and asks no
greater favor than to lie let alono?
thi Mckinley high school '
Citizens of tho Territory of Ha
waii are to bo congratulated In tho
possession of tho new McKlnlcy High
School building. Residents ot Ho
nolulu arc perhaps tho most direct i
beneficiaries, but tho advantages of-
fercd by the improved equipment of
the highest-grade Institution of tho
public school system are open to all.
The building does not always
make tho school, but It may add in-
cstlmably to tho success of consclcn-
tlous teachers and Intelligent pupils,
The Honolulu High School under
the direction and developing genius
ot Principal Scott had made a name
for Itself beforo It could aspire to the
accommodation of a first-class build
ing. It had strength of character
when struggling against tho handi
caps of crowded rooms, Incomplete
equipment, and Insufficient teaching
Now with all tho attributes that
go to make a successful ptibllc school
It has space, equipment, and tho or
dinary comforts thnt promote tho
enthusiasm of tho teacher and pupils,
and help to create an admirable
The new building Is n distinct ad
dition to the public buildings of tho
city. It is an evidence ot tho now
progress of tho Territory and as "Ex
hibit A" or "Exhibit D" in tho cause
of Americanism In Hawaii, It is per
fect proof of broad Ideals nnd prac
tical common senso with which tho
people ot this Territory, tho future-
people of this Territory, nnd future
As a memorial to n martyred Pres
ident tho building nnd tho school aro
particularly appropriate. They give
the youth of this Territory opportu
nities for education that aro equaled
only at Oabu College and find no su
It Is to bo hoped that the opening
exercises will bo attended by a largo
renresentatlnn of Honolulu's friends
of tho public school system, and that
more peoplo will each year tako n1
more personal interest In tho prog
ress ot this school and tho education
al work of tho Territory generally.
It Is worth while.
WHAT JONATHAN SMITH DID.
Honor dono a hitherto forgotten
citizen or tho celebration ot an anni
versary recall to tho people ot tho
present by what narrow margins tho
foundations of some of our American
liberties were saved and tho great
structure of tho present bulldcd.
A boulder monument was unveiled
recently at Lnncsboro, In tho Bork-I
shires, to tho memory of Jonathan)'
Smith, whoso speech to his "follow-' -plough-Joggers"
eotts for the Federal Constitution inj
1788, At that time tho vote was
close 187 to 1G8. Had Jonathan
Smith, who was a loader of tho farm
er delegates, viewed, tho proposed
Constitution differently, Massachu
setts would have voted no nnd tho
present Constitution would not then
have been rattilcd.
Only five States, Delaware, Penn
sylvania, Now Jersey, Georgia, nnd
Connecticut, promptly ratified tho
Constitution. Now York and Vir
ginia were unwilling at first to ac
cept It. North Caroline and Kliodo
Island refused. Had Massachusetts
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SEPTEMBER 10. 1008
nlso refused, the scheme for a nation
al union would have been dropped.
The people of the thirteen colonics
were tenacious of their rights and
jealous of their neighbors. They
were avcrso to rIvIiir any ono else
,ho ,)0Wcr to tnX nr t0 B0Vcrn thcm
Ileyond any doubt, If tho United
States Constitution with Its present
Interpretations hnd been submitted
to popular vote in 1787 It would have
been overwhelmingly defeated. As
it was, North Carolina waited two
years and Rhode Island three before
coming Into tho new Union,
Hnd Jonathan Smith voted no,
what a difference It would havo niau
to tho people ot today! Had tho old
federation continued there would bo
lio tariff for protection. Such States
us preferred negro slavery would
have continued It. There would bo
no national banks. A United Stales
Senator would amount to less than a
Governor and the Stnto Legislature
would bo more powerful than Con
gress. Tho United States Supremo
Court would be only n board for vol
Still, there wcro a number of oth
er "Ifs" besides .Tonnthan Smith.
CAUCUS IS ROASTED
(Continued from Pas 1)
ak.o any actlou which was In any
way binding on this convention? I
think thoso who took part had a lot
Ingham broke In on tho flow of
oratory by calling for nominations,
nnd thus padded Ashford,
Trent nominated Ingham tempor-
nry chairman. George Low nnd John
Emmcluth were both nomlnntcd sec
retary but the former withdrew, nnd
tho latter was selected.
Keawehaku and John Prcndergast
were nominated for temporary Inter
preter. The first withdrew and tho
TW0.st0ry house: modern: lot 75x
New 2-bedroom Bungalow; corner
Lot 100x150 . . $2750.00
A choice building lot of half an
Two lots near car line on high
ground, partially cleared.. $800.00
Two-bedroom cottage, good location;
lot 100x150 $2750.00
Liberal terms on all above prop
ositions. Waterhouse Trust
Corner Fort and Merchant Streets.
Hawaiian Sugar Stocks and
Ilonds of tho better class aro
regarded as good and safo In
vestments by our most care
ful nnd conservative business
men, nnd many of them are
now deriving good Incomes'
from their Investments In
these securities. Why not put
those Idle dollars of yours to
work by buying n few good
dividend-paying Bhnres? You
will bo surprised at the re
sults. Consult us about It
In person or by mail.
latter was not present, and finally
Georgo Low was, on motion by Mc-
Candlcss, chosen temporary Interpre
ter until Prcndcrgast should arrive.
Jas. Auld nnd David Kalawala
were nominated for temporary scr-
gcant-nt-arms. Tho latter was elect
cd by a great majority.
Ingham said that the caucus had
agreed to choose tho committees by
giving each district n representative
on each committee, and let tho chair
man select tho chairmen. In this
manner the following committees
had been selected:
Credentials II. T. Moore, chair
man; J. K. I'aahao, 1st district; F.
Kauwe, 2d district; Sam Kckucwa,
3d district; 11. C. Vldn, 4th district;
Edward Hanapl, 5th district; W. D.
Naumu, Gtli district.
Platform and Resolutions C. L.
Rhodes, chairman; E. II. lllsslcy, 1st
district; J. A. K. Keawehaku. 2d dis
trict; Kaulmakaolc, 3d district;
John Emmeluth, 4th district; L. L.
McCandlcss, Cth district; J. S. Chand
ler, Cth district. v
Rules and Permanent Organiza
tion W. S. Edings, chairman; Jos.
Perez, 1st district; E. V. Hno, 2d die
trlct; Palanakl, 3d district; E. C.
Rowc, 4th district; J. J. Fern, Cth
district; John Halemano, 6th dis
trict. Tho names above wcro read out
and Ashford moved that thoy be ap
proved. Patau took up the kick that tho
caucus should not havo tho, right to
dictate to tho convention, but ho fin
ally withdrow, saying that ho felt
that his was a voice crying In tho
Col. McCarthy said that it was up
to tho chairman to appoint tho chair
men of tho committees, nnd all this
talk was useless. Harvoy sustained
him, and tho committees wore finally
settled on as above.
Trent moved to adjourn until 2
p. m. nnd this carried.
Tho' list of delegates to tho con
vention Is as follows:
First District K. M. Koahou, R.
Ross. S. Kaholo (proxy for E. II.
Hcasley), Henry West, M. O. Mctz
gcr, Kahaku, Clias. McGulrc, Fur
tado (J. K. Paahao), Chas. Kanaka-
okal (Plllwalo), Sol. D. Helela (Wm.
Alapal and Jas. Vlcra), II. P. K. Ma
lulanl (Joseph Vlcra), Wm. Alapal,
M. T. Furtado (J. K. Paahao), Jos
eph Perez Jr.
Second District S. II. K. No and
M. F. Kauwe, J. K. Haleniau, Philip
Keplllna, S. K. Kaluapo, Sam P. Ka
lua, Wm. Apela (W. N. Punlkala, J.
B. Klnlkapo nnd J. H. K. Kcawo
haku), J. K. Kekaula (Jno. Emmcl
uth, E. von Hno, Geo. Kauwe), I
P. Kanahclo nnd Luka Klla (Geo. K.
Low and Dan Hoolapa).
Third District Sam Kckuowa and
A. Illakc, Robt. J. K. Nawahlno, tt
A. Mahuka and A. D. Nuuhiwn (Na
wahlno), T. H. Lyons nnd Dr. J. H.
Raymond, J. L. Coke (T. 13. Ly6ns),
J, W. Halemano (G. W. Kaulmaka
olc), O, W. Kaulmnkaolo and II. A.
Kcmoho (J. W. Kcnho and II. A. Ko
nioho), Noah Kamnkau (J. Hums),
Samuel Kuttln, J. Burns, E. R. Do
vnuchellc, Jno. T. Unca (Jno. Nnlu
nlil nml Nnvlrt lllhlnl.
TUESDAY. SEPT. 1ST,
AT 8 O'CLOCK
RISE FROM FIGHT
Report That Sailor Died
From Injuries In
Bact'cn to death by men from an
other cruiser of the Fleet, Seaman
Tate ot tho Washington, tho man
whoso funeral was held yesterday,
expired In great pain on tho wny to
tho hospital Tuesday night, accord
ing to n roport which was nbout town
this morning, hut which .was found,
on Investigation, to bo false. Tato
died from typhoid fever, nnd tho man
who was beaten went back tn his
ship after getting first aid at tho hos
An argument over tho West Vlr-glnln.-South
Dakota boat race and tho
money lost on It, hot words, nnd ii
beer bottlo.uscd on tho crown of a
mnrlno caused a hot mix-up at tho
Hotel Datlis on tho night In ques
tion. Tho city police find tho Fleet
patrol stepped in, but tho Injured
man had to be carried to tho hospital
In the ambulance, though ho was able.
to walk from the Baths. His namo
was Peterson. Ho presented a very
bloody sight, but was not really very
Tho occurrence of tho scrap Just
the evening beforo Tate's funeral
gavo rlso to tho report that tho fu
neral was that of tho injured man.
tt tt it n tt 8 tt n a :t a 8 it
Fourth District Edwnrd Ing
ham, Jno. Klaalna, D. H. Kahanamo-
ku and II. C. Vlda, A. Kawnlhon, Ju
lius Asch, F. Turrlll, 11. A. Juen.
M. II. Saunders, E. C. Rowc, Chas.
L. Rhodes, C. 11. Carter, T. It. Lucas
and P. II. Burnctte, J. W. Asch, C.
W. Ashford, F. W. Gehrlng. W. I..
Howell and C. J. McCarthy, G. K. Ke
awehaku, Geo K. Kane, Dan Yowelt,
Joel Klakahl and Paul Nuhl, Sam
Watson, A. V. Peters (J. Hills, U.
Nnhoolown, Wm. Frlol, J, S. Martin,
Jos. Lcwal and J. S. Nobrlga), Just.
A. Auld, A. Knlclkau, W. A. Hall,
Jno. Emmcluth, Thos. Gnndnll, E. II.
F. WoltcrBS.E. II. Frlol, W. II. Mi
Clcllnn, JI. .T. Moore. W. E. Taylor,
J. W. Young, Jno. Mitchell, Adam
rorsythc, M. K. Palau. 11. Ell, P. K.
Honolulu, Jl Ululhl, D. Kncka. K. N.
Kawaihau and Olson (J. S. Nobrlga,
Sam ICaaliu.fJno. Emmcluth).
Fifth District J. K. Paolo and
Hnlcnkaln.-W. K. Apuakchau, II. 11.
Clcmer nntL D. Naolwl. R. Lv 01111-
Innd, Jnmcj K. Hclcnihl, H. Puou,
Jas. Munoanpa.S. Mnhlnn, Chas. Kie
klc, Wm. KJial and J. J. Fern, Geo.
Fern, Edward K. Hanapl, Eugeno De
vauchello and Allen Herbert, D. A.
Kaalaliua, S. H, Kauhane, Jos. Ka
pepa, Jos. Klpapa, Jos. Kcnul, L. L.
McCandlcss,vG. W. Pahu. D. Napilha
and G. K. Uiukou, A. Knhaawlnul,
L. onwepooolo, M. L. Kckupa and II.
M. Molokn, E. f, Palau, II. Wnla, J.
K. Kapono, E. M. Mlkaleml, E. P.
Palau. C. C. Kclllnul, J. Manaku, E.
L. Llko nnd Chas. Cordcs.
Sixth District Naumu III Anaka
lea, Sol. Kcaloha, Nnhora Opio, Ml
kaelc, M. Kanlkanhla and J, Hale
mano, David Kalawala, J. S. Chand
ler, C. W. Hudson.
Tho ennn nf Knli.l Ifiikiinlmil
charged with larceny In the second
ui'Kreo was mm morning noilo prosscd
beforo Judge Robinson by County At
torney Catlicart. Mr. Cnthrnrl KlntrH
that tho man had turned State's evi
dence, and,, had It not been for this,
tho other Parties concerned cnulil nnv.
cr hnvo been convicted.
Fuglta, charged with maiming,
asked permission to plead guilty to
tho chargo of assault and battory.
which was granted by tho Court, and
he was lined $50 nnd costs.
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