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EVENING DULliETIN, HONOLULU, T. II., SATURDAY, SHPT. 2C, 190S.
(Coatinued from face 1)
look In Hit) affaire of tlio convention,
nnd If they wcro not tlio regular
cholco of nny primal lea that was tlio
fault of the leaders of the party who
failed in their duty to call such pri
maries. rrho Republican convention at
Walluku did not have n very easy
time of It, and this is thu first tlmo
in the history of tha Maul Hefmljll
can party that dissensions in Its
ranks have comp to tlio surface
Whether Us c fleet will be widespread
or not It Is not easy, nt tUJs stage, to
foretell, but tlio leaders In tho vari
ous districts will do their utmost to
promoto party harmony.
D. C. Lindsay, cashier of the Ka
hulul National Dank, was elected
temporary chairman, while Chailcs
Wilcox was elected temporary secre
tary of the com en t Ion. S. Kelllnot
V. P. llaln, CIt. Lindsay, H. P.
llaldwln, and D. II. Knhaulello wcro
appointed n Commlttco on Creden
tials. Tho commlttco reported seat
ing all the delegates excepting those
from tho new Kealnliou precinct,
Kuln. Tho commlttco recommended
Keating Edgar Morton nnd Ed. For
sythe from Kealahou nnd A. V. Ta
arcs nnd L. L. von Tempsky from
Makawno, the new precinct created
by the proclamation of tho Governor.
Ueo. Copp moved not to adopt tho
report of tho commlttco referring to
seating Tuvaics nnd von Tempsky.
On motion of Philip Pall, tho rcpoit
of the Couimlttco on Credentials was
adopted, and Messrs. U. Copp and
Aknna gracefully stepped out from
Kealahou and W. O. Aiken from Mr
kuwao. The Chair appointed a Commlttco
on Utiles, viz.: (1. O. Cooper, J. Unhl
mil, P. Pall, J. Frcltas, and II. A.
On motion of Senator A. N. Hay
seldcn, tho Chulr appointed seven ns
Platform Committee H, P. llaldwln,
XV. Helming, II. M. Coke. Levi L. Jo
seph, Edgar Morton, J, D. McVeigh,
and C. K. Pardon,
Tho convention then took n recess
until 1 o'clock In tho afternoon.
On reabsemlilliig at 2:30 p. m.,
Senator A. N. Ilajseldeu moved that
the temporary officers bo mado per
manent officers of thu convention
V. P. Haia was elected vice chair
man. 11. A. llaldwln was elected
Each of tho twenty-two precincts
of Mnul County went into caucus to
decide Its nominees for Supervisor
Deputy Sheriffs, Senators, and Rep
resentatives, and delegates to tho
County Committee. A recebs of tlilr
ty minutes was granted.
R. A. Wadsworth was easily tho
unanimous cholco of , tho Wiitluku
delegation for Supervisor, and Cle
ment Crowcll for Deputy Sheriff, to
thero was no necessity for a pow-wow
ovor It. Lahnlna, liana, and Molo
kal were not so fortunate. Philip
Pall and Win. Hennlng wore tho can
didates for Supervisor from Lahajun.
Pull had tho lead until a meeting of
tho various precincts In Lahnlna dis
trict held at Hnlealoha. Saturday
night, tho 19th. Pall had over three
hundred of his followers with' him,
It is claimed. A resolution was pre
sented to endorse all County officers
wltlfW. Hennlng as Supervisor. Both
R. C. Searle and P. I'all opposed tho
resolution, which w&S finally tabled.
A motion to tako up discussion ot
Supervisor first m,ot with strong op
position from Mr. Scnrle, nnd, find
ing that no headway could bo made,
tho meeting ndiournod sine die. At
tho caucus held, at Watluku Armory,
Mr. Hennlng beat Pallby a vote of
9 to 6. Pall-submitted to tho voto of
his district delegation, and doclded
to stny out of politics altogether. Ho
would not ovon accept tho Sonator-
shlp from Lab alna when offered him,
aftor declination by A, N. llay-
T. T. Mover was tho cholco of tho
Molokal delegation for the Supervi
sors!! I p, but thero was division over
choice for Deputy Sheriff. Roth Un
hlnul nndllao wanted tho office, the
delegates being understood to stand
3 to 3, Later Meyer cast his voto
for line, who obtained four out ot bIx
votes. The IUinn delegation camo 8
for Omsted and Mor Hala. The samo
voto stood for L. Joseph as against
Wlttrock for tha Deputy Sheriffship.
Rut it transpired later that the two
Kaupo delegates wero Instructed for
Hala by their precinct club, but they
voted for Omsted nt tho caucus, an
action which aroused tho indignation
ot many sturdy Republicans both In
nnd out of tho convention. Tho ac
tion was denounced us being unwise
and too treacherous to be tolerated
by fair-minded Republicans.
Tho Convention reassembled after
caucusing. Tho Chulr called for
Supervisor from Lahnlna district, A.
N. Itaytelden nominated Wm. Hen
nlng, which was ratified by tho con
tention. R. A. Wadsworth for Wal
luku Supervisor, glided In easily.
Tho Chair then called for liana
Supervisor. N. Omsted was nomina
ted by tho llaim delegation. Dele
gate J. Kallno, fiom llamnkuapoko,
a lose and told the louvcutlou of tho
solemn unwritten low made by pro
vlaus conventions, and which had
been generally accepted as a rule of
order that tho board was to bo rep
lCBentcd by three Hnwallans nt nil
times. While thero was no' law to
that effect, jet It was an unwritten
law nnd accepted by good Republi
cans, ami thero was no good ronton
nt this stago to deviate from that
timc-honoicd custom, which would
be more honored in tho observance.
than In tho breach at this tlmo. Ho
moved to reject Omstcd'u nomlnntlon.
II. P. Ilaldwiu stated that Mr. Om
sted was such n true and trusted
Republican that ho ran In opposition
to Mr. Hala at the last election, nnd
Ilqln was returned.
A. F. Tnvarcs of Makawoo de
nounced Mr. Kalluo's remarks lis
tending to draw tho color line, which
he was not In favor of.
Tho motion to ratify N. Omsted-
nomination as Supervisor from Hnna
was then put by tho Chair and lost
by a show of hands.
Levi L. Joseph then nroso and
with thundering volco that reached
several blocks uway asked In tho
name of decency why tho .liana dele
gation's cholco received such scant
treatment nt the hands ot this con
ventlon, nnd It that wcro tho extent
of tho consideration accorded them
then ho would move to adjourn sine
Another ot Omstcd's lieutenants
declared that the convention might
succeed In moving mountains, but
that he was not going to bo moved
In order to bring peace upon thu
troubled waters, boiiio one moved
that consideration of thu matter be
postponed, which was carried.
Consideration ot Makawno Super
vlsorshlp was also postponed on mo
tion ot S. ). Knlamu.
T. T. Mejer was ratified as Super
visor from Molokal.
.Nominations for Deputy Sheriffs
were mado and ratified In tho follow
ing order, without opposition: Wat
luku, Clement Crowell; Lahnlna, C.
It. Llndscy; Molokal, Dibble Una;
Makawno, Edgar Norton; liana, Levi
For Sheriff tho Wnllukii delega
tlon nominated W. E. Saffery. H
A. llaldwln nominated II. R. Hitch
cock, Tho first ballots wero ordered
thrown away, as thero wero too
many ballots. On tho second ballot
W. E. Saffery won out with 71 votes,
It. R. Hitchcock1 receiving in, whllo
there wcro two blank ballots, mak
ing 88 votes cast altogether.
Treasurer L. M". Ualdwin and Au
ditor Chas. Wilcox wero ratified with
out a dissenting voice, iiImj W. F.
Knue for County Clerk,
County Attorney Fifcht
Nominations for County Attorney
were then In order. Tho nominees
were: J. W. Knlua. II. R. Hitchcock,
Enos Vincent. On thu first ballot
Hitchcock received 45 votes, Knlua
32 votes, Vincent 12, and J. L. Coko
1. Forty-seven being necessary for
a choice, a now ballot was ordered.
On tho second vote. Hitchcock re
ceived -IS, Kaltia 11, Vincent G, nnd
A. Eno3 1. A third ballot was or
dered. Vincent then withdraw. On
tho third ballot J. W. Kalun received
tho nomination, ho receiving forty-
eight votes as against 41 for Hitch
cock. Kalun was then declared tho
cholco ot the Republican party of
Muul for tha office, ot County Attor
ney. Judge Kiilun Is the present
County Attorney, ho having been ap
pointed by the majority ot tho
County Supervisors to succeed Coun
ty Attorney D. II. Case, who resign
Rut tho most curious anomaly that
ever faced any political party then
camo into being, for nt that very mo
ment when tho Republican , conven
tion in Walluku gavo their support
to Judge J. W. Kulun, tho latter was
seeking nomination for tho samn of
flee with his own party at Lahatna,
but wus defeated by J. L. Coko.
Thero Is nothing strange in politics,
for worso things than this havo hap
pened oven In Mnul, which is gener
ally regarded as foremost in tho at
tempt to purify politics. Hut poll
tics makes strahgo bed-fellows.
Nominations for Senators: I.ovl
Joseph placed the name of W. P, 1 la
in In nomination for Senator from
Hanu, ns the land famous for "low
hau, giving heavenly rain," has nev
er had a Senator. Rut Hala with
drew. T. T. Moyer placed A. N, Hay
selden In nomination. Ho with
drew. S. E. Knlnmn. W. T. Robin
son, nnd D. II. Knhaulello wcro then
nominated. Tho first two received
88 and CG ballots respectively nnd
wcro declared tho Senatorial candi
dates ot tho Republican party.
The candidates for Representa
tives wero ratified without opposi
tion." On motion of II. A. llaldwln, tho
convention adjourned at C p. m. un
til 9 o'clock Friday morning.
Tlio convention met at 9 a. m. Fri
day and tlio liana muddle was taken
up. Each of tho liana delegates
Bavo tholr version of tho story, whllo
ono of tho Kuupo delegates admitted
having licon lustiucted for llaln, hut
had ii change of heart oti tho steamer
while on tho way to the couNciitloti.
Tho RcprcBcntnlho nominee from
liana, J. Kuwiiukuj, was Ihuu
lulled, lie slated that his lucclnct.
Kaupo, Instructed Its delegates for
llaln, but when Omsted appeared nt
Kaupo some time Inter thero was u
sudden change ot heart among thu
Chas. K, Makekau of Lnhalnn then
introduced a resolution to nnino W.
P. Hnl.i ns liana Supervisor. Tho
motion to ndopt the resolution warf
put nnd muled, and Hala dcclnicd
ratified, and n feeling ot satisfaction
appeared on the countpnnncea of all.
W. F. Poguo was then latlflcd ns
Supervisor for Muknwao.
Tho leport of tho Committee on
Platform was then adopted.
Tho County Commlttco follows:
Lanul, Chas. Gny; Ilonolua, I). Tay
lor; Lahnlna, A. N. Hnyselden; Wnl
heo, D. Kulwn; Walluku, E. II. Hart;
Puunene, II. P. llaldwln: Kcanac,
Horace Kokumu; Nnhlku, Sol. Kapn
pa; Hnnn, CI. 0. Cooper; Klpnhulu,
Levi L. Joseph; Kaupo, J. K. Hono
kaupu; llamnkuapoko, II. A. llald
wln; Kealahou (Kuln), Edgar Mor
ton; Maknwao, A. F. Tavares; Kl
liel, Mr. McPhcrson; Ulup.ilnkun, (1.
S. (loodness; Halnwa, J. Knmanan;
PuKoo, T. T. Mcjcr; Kmuuikakat. J.
K. Uahlnul; Kalaup.ipa, J. I). Mc
Veigh; Oluwalu, W. Hennlng.
At noon tho convention adjourned
The County Commlttco met nnd
elected the following Exccutlvo Com
mittee: Chairman, II. P. llaldwju;
secretary, E. II. Hnrt; treasurer, II.
A. llaldwln; liana, L. L. Joseph; Ka
laupapa, J. I). McVeigh; Luhalnn, A.
N. Itftjscldcn; Wnlhee, J. Kalwa.
II. P. llaldwln Invited members nt
delegation to visit Ptiuiicno uud l'.ila
mills, an Invitation which was gcu
einlly accepted. Tho delegates weio
taken up in special trains nnd all ie
turned at 4 o'clock greatly pleased
at the ticntment extended to them
by Hon. H. P. llaldwln.
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