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most Interesting part wore tlio
BpccclicH whlcji wcro iniido liy bucIi
loaders iih kulilo, Holjcitsoii. Lane.
A, I,. C. Atkinson nominated Ku
lilu, speaking us follows:
"Mr. Chairman ami Gentlemen:
Six yearH nfio tlio Hopulillcun party
of Hawaii picked out an Inexperienc
ed boy joi'iiib, forceful, nnd Inexpe
rienced and cent him to Congress
four yearn ago, sallllcd with lltelt'11J0,,t,?11,c,, l.n 'T'0'' ,ho Territory
work, the HeiiutillciuiB assembled at
Illlu Ktooil by their former candidate.
Two years ago, at the convention In
Wullukti, the delegates to that con
volition, satisfied with Ills record and
success, named him for tho thlid
"Today It l left to us to name a
candidate, for Delegate to Congress
rrom the' Territory of Hawaii.
"Wo Miotild not bo too hasty, but
should vpgli In the balance nil mat
ters concerning tlio rase. So for tho
time being let us look to this Dele
gate's record of results. Tho list Is:
"Appioprinllonri and authorizations
for dredging Honolulu harbor nnd
widening tho entrance:
"Dredging Pearl Harbor and wid
ening the entrance;
"Naval station for 1'carl Harbor,
Including dry docks for battleships;
"Lot for' public building;
"Apptoprlatlon for public building
"llllo breakwater, that Is (o make
HI to harbor better Hum Honolulu's;
"Lighthouses for all the Islands,
Including the biggest light In Amer
ica for Mnkapuu Point, tlio gateway
"Appropriation for legislative ex
penses; "Appropriation for tlio study of
"Appropriation for tho tigrlcultur
"Appropriation for the Alaskan
"And among other matters thero
has been secured an amendment to
the Organic Act providing for tho
election of County Hoards when, un
der the Organic Act, nil public hoards
bad to be appointed by tho Governor,
"This, gentlemen, Is a record to
tio prom! of and n record to which
the Republican party of Hawaii can
point with pride.
"J. Kuhlo Kalanlanaolo has turned
out to bo tho Napoleon of tlio Pacific,
a leader whoso nnnio spoils victory.
Ills, work and Its results hnvo mi Im
proved ycrir aftor year that today wo
acknowledge ho docs a man's work
nnd gets results worthy of any man.
"Now, gentlemen, can wo afford to
bleak tlio spell of his success? Do
wo, or hao we, heanl tho business
Interests of tho people of this Terri
tory demanding n change? Let us ns
cue man nominate, for tho Dclcgato
to Congress fiom the Territory of Ha
waii, Jonah Kuhlo Kalanlanaolo."
Lane His Second
John Lano seconded tho nomina
tion, making u speech in Hawaiian
Fellow Delegates nnd Gentlemen:
It gives mo great pleasnin to Btnnd
hero today nnd second tho nomina
tion of Kalanlanaolo as our Dclcgato
to Congress. It Is nn honor to tho
Territory to return him there. Thero
Is no other leader who can lend the
Republican party with success, out-
bldo of our Prince, Delegate Knlanl
anaole. As n standard-bearer ho lias
carried tho Republican banner to vic
tory and with honor. Tho Republi
can candidates wero overwhelmingly
successful In tho Inst Campaign be
came of our Delegate, Prince Kalanl
anaolo. Thn llomn Riileis and tho
Democrats wero unsuccessful. Tho
Delegate secured n largo appropria
tion for tho benefit of the Territory.
It Is therefore Incumbent upon us to
send him back to Washington again."
On motion liy.I'llanala nominations
wero closed nnd thn Delegntn was de
clared elected on a ballot cast by tho
Tho Dclcgato answered with tpo
"Aftor tho several times you hnvo
been good enough to nominate mo ns
jour candidate I hnvo always been
called upon to speak, hut ho far I
havii never been nblo to mako a
npecch. 1 urn not a speaker: t am n
worker. It Is hard for u man lo blow
his own horn, but at thn samo tlmo I
have to point to tho results of thn
work I have, ilnno nt Washington, ami
results count. Tlio party has shown
lis faith in mo again, and 1 upprccl-
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ate the confidence you have put in
mo. I can assure you that having
that confidence I will Keen on doing
always what I can for the Rood of
"There Is one UiIiik I want to nay.
From the reports that t have heard,
there seems to ho a feeling that
things are nrlBlng within tlio Repub
lican parly that, If (outlmicd, will
break that party up. 1 do not know
how true the reportB are, hut It Is
raid that come who want to ho candi
dates are threatening to withdraw
from the party nnd go out with the
knife If they do not' get what they
want. This will '!" tlio party.
"Kor he Hake of the Territory I
liopo that such feelings will not pre-
nil. So long as tlio Itcpulillnm par-
will continue, to advance, nnd I want
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to divide and turn the government
over to tlio Demorrats.
"I have listened to thu rending of
the platform nnd I can say that 1 can
ttnnd on Hint platform, nnd on It I
hope to sco every Republican candi
date stand nnd be elected.
Now, n few words to mv fellow
Hawaiian," concluded tho Delegate,
who then spoko in tho mother tongue
Wprd on Immigration
"Fellow Delegates and Gentlemen:
Tho Republican party stands for tho
success and progress of the Nation.
Its power Is recognized and ns long as
it Is In po.wcr the. country will pros
per. The Democrats, I understand,
are opposcil to the Immigration of
the Orientals nnd Europeans, for fear
that they may disenfranchise the 11a-
wallans. Tho leaders of the country
are in favor of tho Immigration of
Europeans. In order to m.iKo thu
louhlry prosper and advance, it Is
necessary lo have field hands."
Chairman von Holt declared a re
cess and the convention reconvened
at 4: in p. m., when the various dis
tricts reported on the members to bo
selected for the Central Committee.
These wcro ns follows:
A. L. C. Atkinson, chulrinnn; Ar
chie Mahaulti, vico chairman; A. D.
Castro, secretary; J. P. Cooko, treas
urer; Otto V. Rose. II. L. Holsteln,
W. T. Robinson, 12. N. Voeller, N.
Fernandez, nnd W, II. Rice.
First District: Otto W. RohC, U. H.
Austin, Frank O, da Rosa, B. W. llar
nard. Second District: C Wolters, J. I).
Purls, II. L. ilohteln, John Kaclctnn-
Third District: O. A. Peck. R. H.
Hitchcock, Win. Kcanu, Geo. 11.
Dunn, W. T. Robinson, M. II. Reutcr.
Fourth District: A. L. C. Atkinson.
J. P. Cooke, A. D. Castro, K. A. C.
Long, C N.' Happies, B. J. Lord.
Fifth District: N. Fernandez, Louis
J. Fcary, K. N. Voeller, Ktigcno Alii,
A. 3. Muhnulu, K. II. Mnkalcml.
Sixth District: W. H. Rice. (I. P.
Wilcox, James K. Kiiln, James K.
Robertson moved that tho nomina
tions ho confirmed nnd tho commit
tees named declared elected. Carried.
J. P. Cooko moved that a vote of
thanks bo extended to Joo Cohen for
tho iiso of tho Orphcum. Carried.
Atkinson' made a short speech of
thanks promising to do his best to
carry tho election for tho Republican
party. It hail done well for Hawaii
in tho past and tlinuld do so in tho
future. "And tho only way for ua
to do that," he added, "Is to hare
each district's workers go hack and
puf tho fear of God In his men. hi
they vnto the Republican ticket. I
hopo that everyone will voto for tho
ticket from toil to bottom."
Threo cheers for tho straight tick
et," called A. (1. M. Robertson.
They wcro given.
"And let us see that good men nrn
put on tho straight ticket," added
Judge Mahaulii moved a voto of
thanks to A. O. M, Robertson, who
bad rarrlcd tho party to success for
tho past four jeais.
Tkoy wero given with a will.
Alec Stands Pat
"I retire," said Robertson, "with a
feeling of relief and hoping that tny
successor may meet with success. It
is truo Hint somn of tho work of tho
offlco has been taken away ulnco tho
County Act went Into effect; still tlio
party rules require that tho chairman
shall hnvo u general supervision of
tho work of the County Committee.
I hnvo given alt tho time I could, nnd
havo done so cheerfully nnd willing
ly. I urn satisfied that I havo not
satisfied everybody, Ipit I nm also sat
isfied that I havo been satisfactory
to thp rank and flo of respectable.
Republicans. I havo said before nnd
( repeat now that I nm a strnlght
ticket man. I always was nnd I hopo
that I always will bo. I havo no
sympathy with tho split-ticket crowd,
neither havo I any sympathy for
thoso who would havo this Territory
turned over for government lo a com
mission. I would consider myself a
traitor to my country nnd my party
If I had nny sympathy for thoso who
advocate such a proposition,
"Tho party organization Is now
fairly good. On Hawaii things are
not satisfactory, but some hard work
there will Improve them. Every-
From New York wc have just received a large and complete line of stamped desks,
hall racks, chairs, stools, collar and cuff boxes, jewel boxes and boxes and cases of all
kinds, stamped and unstamped skins for sofa cushicr.s, burning outfits, and everything
Nothing an ways near so extensive in this line has ever been shown in Honolulu,
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where else the party is in good shnpo
"Thero Is no reason why wo'shoiih!
not bo successful. Kuhlo Is entitled
to u great majority based on tho re-'
suits of his hard work'nt Washington
alone. There arc good men In the
County Convention and re'ison to be-'.
neve mui goon men win uu nominat
"I hope for the success of tho tick
et. Kvcn If that ticket is not filled
with angels I believe In tho support
of tho ticket from top to bottom and
let tho spllt-llckcteis go elsewhere."
Chairman Atkinson notified thu
committeemen that thero would be n
meeting In his nlllce ut !) this morn
ing of the KxecutlVo Commlttco nnd
nt 10 of tho Central Committee.
Tho convention then adjourned.
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