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Germany And China Are
Not Indifferent To
Caucus of Delegates Prom Central Maui Shapes
Plan of Action That Will Probably Be Carried
Through Convention- Many'Renominations
WASHINGTON'S ADVICE HAY
BE FORGOTTEN SOON
(Special (o tlio H u II o 1 1 n )
AVAIMJKU, Maul, Sept. 18. Tlio
thirty nrnl four delegates cleitcil
from Walluku district to tlio County
Convention to lio held In Walluku
Thursday, Sept. 24th, held a caucus
In Walluku Inst Monday evening. All
were present, viz.: twelve from Wal
luku, four from Walhee, sixteen from
Puunene, and two from Klliel.
Tho meeting Is reported to linvo
been n very tnmc affair, hut now the
candidates who cot left at least
their supporters nro Baying all
manner ot thlncs, and If the work
for their candidates Is to bo as
khafp and offectiva as their tongues
there, will bo very lively times in
Walluku district at the coming elec
tion. Clement Crowell received the en
dorsement of the caucus for the of
fice of Deputy Sheriff of Walluku,
while the friends of It. A. Wadsworth
succeeded In milking his choice for
the Wulluku Supcrvlsorshlp unani
mous. 8. K. Knluo had several sup
porters at the caucus, but when they
saw that they were outnumbered,
they gracefully yielded to the choice
of tho majority and withdrew their
candidate. Tho majority of those
present had nothing personnl against
Supervisor Kaluc, who had striven
during his term of ofllco for the best
Interests of tho town of Walluku and
Kahulul. Ills present physical con
dition, however, compelled even his
best friends to look around for a
much younger and stronger man
plijslcally, and Mr. Wadsworth an
swers these conditions splendidly.
T. 11. Lyons will not run for tho
Shrievalty on tho Democratic ticket,
but will try to opposo Mr. Wadsworth
in tho Walluku Supcrvlsorshlp. J
Cockett will not run In Walluku 'it
Mr. Lyons should run, but C. h. Koo
l.oo, the Home Ilule Hercules of the
County seat, is being urged to run
for tho SupervlsorBhlp, and, if he
does, the field will not bo so easy for
cither the Republican or the Demo
cratic candidate. Mr. Kookoa Is at
present employed by the Supervisors
ns night watchman at the rock crush
er, and his experience in that direc
tion will bo useful to him In trying
to crush his opponents. U. II. Hurt
was selected as delegate on the Coun
Deputy Sheriff Edgar Morton ol
Makawao was In Wulluku last week-,
and when asked as to his Intention
of running as Sheriff of Maui In op
position to Sheriff W. E. Saffcry, Mr.
Morton replied that nothing will In
duce him tp movo Into Walluku.
E. II. Carley was also down at the
County seat this week and he was em
phatic in his belief that both he and
Hon. A. a. Gomes will be selected by
the convention to represent Makawao
district in tho lower house. Thero
nre n number of Ilcpubllcans who, it
they aro turned down by tho conven
tion, will run ns independent candi
dates, and by so doing will succeed
in getting snowed undor, and tho
sensation will be nothing new to
Chairman W. E. llal of the caucus
selected tho following committee to
draft a platform: 1I. P. llaldwln,
Mr. McPherson, H. M. Coke, and W.
Kukona. The committee met at the
court houso this afternoon.
Tho convention will most likely
select tho following candidates at
their meeting next Thursday. Moat
. of the candidates havo already served
the County most faithfully In their
respective capacities in tho past and
their renomlnatlon by tho convention
1b nn expression of tho highest confi
dence and esteem In which they nro
hold by the electorate. Tho Lahalua
Democrats havo already endorsed a
number of the Republican candidates
for County office:
Sheriff W. E. Saffery.
(Auditor Chas. Wilcox.
Treasurer L. M. Holdwln.
County Attorney Mr. Vincent.
Clerk Wm. F. Kaae.
Supervisors liana: W, P. Hnla;
Makawao: W. F. Poguo; Walluku:
It, A. Wudsworth; Lahnlna, Phillip
Pall; Molokal: T. T. Moyers.
Poputy Sheriffs Hann: W. P.
WIttrock; Makawao: Edgar Morton:
Walluku: Clement Crowell; Lahalnn:
C. It. Ltndsey; Molokal: II. It. Hitch
Bonators Hann and Makawao:
S. E. Kalania; Lahnlna: A. N. Hay
selden. Representatives Hnna: Levi Jo
seph; Mukawao: 13. 11. Carloy and A.
0. domes; Walluku: M. P. Wnlwal
ole; Lahalna: Chas. Makekau; Molo
kal: Jool Nnkaloltn.
BULLETJN ADS PAY -Qj
PEARL HARBOR IS
VISITED BY LQOMIS
Commissioners Make Trip
As Guests Of
Commissioner Loomls and Secre
tary O'Laughlln of the Toklo Expo
sition Commission wero the guests of
Captain Reed, commandant ot tho
Naval Station, on n trip to Pearl Har
bor yesterday afternoon. Tho trip
was made in tho Iroquois, which left
tho dock shortly after 2 o'clock. In
cluded in the party wero British
Consul Korsler, Judgo Wilder, Supt.
Maiston Campbell, Eilg'lncer Purks,
In charge of the Poail Huruor work,
and Wnllaco II. Farrlngton. Capt.
Motes was In command of tho Iro
quois. Tho work nt the Harbor entrance
and in tho vicinity of tho Naval Sta
tion slln has developed bo that the
laymen can net some Idea ot what Is
going on. It begins to look llko bus
iness. Tho entrance of the Harbor Is
marked with pipes where the barings
for the dredging specifications havo
gono on, and it Is possible from these
to gain a fair conception of what tho
engineers nro driving at.
Tho chanuol-strnlghtenlng process
Includes moro than the Immediate
entrance of tho harbor. It cuts off
two large shoals encountered nftcr
the "shark pen" Is passed, thereby
giving tho warships practically a
Btrnlght course to the Naval docks.
Among tho first signs of activity
on approaching the Harbor is the
dredger used by tho Army In build
ing tho landing and wharf at Puuloa.
This is to bo the headquarters for tho
Harbor entrance fortification con
iProccedlng along tho tortuous
channel, flags and buoys show thnt
tlio channel dredging for which bids
arc to bo opened the lBt of December
will bo n very different matter from
tho dredging operations carried on
tome years ago at the mouth of tho
harbor. A Btrnlght and broad chan
nel is to bo dredged all tho way to
tho coal-pile, which Is to bo on tho
Bouth sldo of tho ynrd for two rea
sons convenience and tho direction
of prevailing trado winds that will
tuko the dust away from tho main
Maps in tho office ot Engineer
PnrkB show tho plans for tho dry
dock, tho twclvo slips for battleships
and twelve for torpedo-boat destroy
ers. These plans also show tho quar-
teis for the officers and men. the ma
chine shops and the wholo ground
schema of a perfectly equipped Navy
Tho ground at tho Naval Station
site Is hardly scratched, but the loca
tlon'of the boring outfits, the stakes,
flags, and pipe lines enable ono to lo
cato the sites for the docks, buildings,
and wharves. Tho work Is going
ahead. Thero Is no doubt ot It. but
It is all too slow to Bult Engineer
Parks, who will not rest easy until
bids nro let for tho Navy-Yard con
struction as well as tho dredging.
The arrival of Admiral Holladay
on tho Mongolia Monday will havo
much to do with tho future, progress
ot the Naval Station. Ho Is the head
of tho Ilurcatt of Yards and Docks
and there nre many matters "up to
him to decido before the engineers
It Is very apparently tho desire of
thoso In charge of tho plans and spec
ifications to hasten tho preliminaries
bo that tho bids may bo opened and
tho work begun before tho end of
Capt. Rees took his guests over tho
usual course, tho Iroquois turning off
tho Nuval Station and returning to
Honolulu. Both Commissioners Loo
mls and O'Laughlln were very much
interested and Impressed.
Mr. mid Mrs. Albert WatnrliniiaA
sail by tho Mongolia on Monday for
tlio Far East, whoro Mr. Watorhouso
goes to Inspect tho two rubber planta
tions in me niainy mates in which tho
WotcrhotiHcs aro interested,
J. P. Cooko left last ovonlng by tho
Claudlno for Maul, A public hearing
by tho Land Commission; of which ho
Is a member, Is to bo hold nt Walluku
today. Ho oxpects to loturn to Hono
lulu tomorrow morning,
Revision of Tariff May Serve Purpose
ot uaimng mends Oriental
Situation Holds Center
WASHINGTON, 1). C, Aug. 29.
With two important foreign Powers
practically suing for alliances Willi
the United States, the advice of Gen
eral Washington to bewnre of for
eign entanglements seems to bo 111
danger or being forgotten. Nobody
to well as thoso who havn hud to Jo
with American foreign relations In
the ilecnde since the Spanish War rec
ognlzcs tho certainty that foreign re
lations will, In tho near future, play
scarcely less a prominent part In pub
lic life In this country than domestic
This Is Inevitable becauso tho Unit
ed States has grown so thoroughly to
dominate tho Western hemisphere.
Tho only nation of tho first clnbs
which lias foreign doors opening on
both tho Atlantic and Pacific oceans
cannot hope to cscnpo the responsi
bility ot that distinction and that op
Germany Was First
uermnny ami unna nro tlio two
great countries today tapping at Un
cle Sam's diplomatic door. Germany
was the first country which seemed
thoioughly to leallze tho possibilities
of the new Oriental situation
bi ought about by tho war In Man
Only yesterday tho jingoes and tho
sensationalists were assuming that
tho next world war would bo between
tho United States and Germany. The
sumo people who wero making such
predictions three, years ago now smile
as they recall their own pessimism
of that period, and admit that there
novor was reason for serious differ
ence or conflict between the United
Stntes nnd Germany.
Thero is disposition nowadays
among students ot International re
lations to accept frankly that race
differences aro more likely to cause
International friction In tho future
than anything else. Consequently
the problem of each, which Involves
not only n tremendous commercial
stake, but also n question of which
raco Bhall domlnntc, looms larger and
lurgcr in tho minds ot these philo
sophic students ot world politics.
Avoid a Conflict
Tho possibility of Japaneso aggres
sion In the Fur East would not be
taken bo seriously but for tho Anglo
Japanese alliance. In every club nnd
bocIuI gathering where army and na
vy officers and diplomats exchango
views thero Is ahvajH inquiry as to
how fur Great llrltaln would go
against her biother In blood If the
Japanese alliance called for action.
There Is an Intel csting and remark
able volumo .of testimony to tho be
lief among English peoplo that llrlt
aln would find means to avoid a con
flict with any other Caucasian coun
try as a result of her pact with Ja
pan. Probably no American statesman Ii
moro intimate with tho details ol
Oriental policy than William Howard
Taft. Mr. Taft's view as to tho atti
tude the United States should main
tain in tho East were stated with
great vigor In his Shanghai speech
delivered nearly a year ago, when ho
told tho representatives of tho great
business interests of China that tin
United Stntes stood and would con
tinue to stapd for territorial Integ
rity ot China and the maintenance of
tho open door. Further, he Intimated
broadly that tho United Stntes would
bo willing In case of necessity to cm
ploy whatever means' might seem nec
essary to prove Its devotion to this
view. The Orient construed this
speech as nothing less than a threat
that the United States would Join
China in a war on any Power uhto
aggression menaced Chinese autono
my or tho open door.
Will. Affect Campaign
nils question or urientai iciations
Is expected to havo considerable bear
ings on devoloynients of the present
Presidential campaign. The Demo
crats count on great gains along tho
Pacific Coast, especially in California,
by reason of their platform declara
tion for a largo Navy and against
Oriental Immigration. Tho Republi
cans expect to set off against this the
fact that Secretary Taft Is ono ot tho
world's greatest experts In Oriental
affairs, and thnt In his Shanghai
speech ho committed himself sqmuo
ly to maintain tho policy first pin-
nuilgated by John Hay in his nolo to
the Powers concerning Chlneso In
tegrity and tho open door.
With the assurances thnt the
American tariff schedules aro boon tu
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