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EVENING DUILETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., TUESDAY, APn. 16, 1912.
REPUBLICAN SKIRMISHING LASTS
, ALL DAY AND UNTIL ONE AT NIQfit
Tint session ill tin- Uopuhllcuii eon
volition veatorduy nflrrmmn and Inst
night wns ininkpit lit sKli inNliliii; for
wlviilitiigu mi liulh sides niitl tilth (lie
Mine hut contest for over lxilut th.it
liiiil cliiinirierled tin- picicrpilliiisn
Tin tottllng nf ii luupor.ir thulr
mnu took until tin- middle or tlio nf
tornoon, and tlirii the credentials itml
rillPR tOIUUlltlOO WOlc named nml n
teress tt m Ink '11 to enable .hclii tn
B"t tit work
It wa 4 in o'rloiU liof(tn Hit cro
itrtitlul I'nmmlllpp rnncluilcel lln re-po-1
mill Clinlnii.in Harris ngaln callid
tho convtntlnn lo order.
An pm-I'p.1 Inillviiliml In tlio icnr
Iirol-p Ipl.i Hie inll-i.ill anil DcRan lo
biipbI. I'll tries Arnold was Iheieupun
nnn-r I ne-Rcu'ii nl arms ami iliu ex
cl'nd iron n iiiipIIpiI
TIip Or-tonHuls Cominllleo therein'-
I.. Wrlnthelnier of Maul w.ii de.
Every Point Contested
Scries of Lout) Sessions
elnlcil l.v a mpji.rltv nualllled to sit in nri.o. Spcnd Word(t Frcey. nt all eloso It would have been necc-
Ihe eonvcnticu, Iho enniniltteo aiillt- The Kienr fences at oneo claimed Tho second convention Mulshed lis Raiy to Unit sotite surer method of ns
tlur; i in 1. ,,. plan was HiicKCSteil In order that business In falrlv icood limp, hut tho it'rtnlulnt: the prefeicnies of the ton
A tniuorlt.v report was siihmltted
KURnrd hv the dlsneullUR 1 luce. Lis. I..
Unit, llinr.t L. Alapal and Smnticl
The committee iiiiaulinouelr over
rtilH ;i pto'eil iiRalnst 11. S. ItlcKsud
Tho mlnorlly repot t on Wclzhelmer
dcrliiretl thu, he Is not a citizen.
(!. I'. Knmiin.thii moved thai the
mlunrlt teiort be ndoiited.
(oorRc It. Caller roe at Ihli istliu.
"1 call tp,ir fitientlon. Renilemoi,
iikiiIii lo the fad that ou are estab
lishing n .InuRcrniiB precedent Von
don't need Ills vole. Why do ou force
M. I. I'liuwr thereupon dei hired
lienteilly that Mr Wclnzholmcr In bis
opinion was ellKlble within the spirit
nnd the meutiliiR of tho law.
W. J. Coolho made a ringing ieech
against the seatiiiR of Welnzhclmer,
ilcflmlng that under bucIi a iirccedont
pliintallon mnnncors could pack the
lireuinit ciui) vvttn aliens.
Atkinson reiterated th" point.
A rnll-rnll was taken on the motion
III adopt IllO minority report, hilt hc-
fore the rolUall could he taken
weinzncmcr rose anu vvnti.irew. uus
ronowcti a nurrtccl whlsiK-recl conior- i,nu t nothing but fair now that
nnco botwwn John Watcrhoiise. Crank the Governor Is named, the Delegate
UaUJln. and other Krcnr League lead should be named loo. nnd both by ac
" - Iclamatloti.
A motion was then made to adopt
tbe majority reimrt but .Coelho
oil o'.i that arc online to the minority
report, i he cuugldntc from Lnhalnn
ImvliiR tho vote next highest to Welnz
hcltnor sh-inld bo named In Wolnz
Wlsn drew iillentlou lo Iho part
rules ii"iilrlng Iho ipienlnlnt dcU
gales of the precinct to ballot to till
their miniber After some technical'
llllsllllK iiiiiKo imiip rose itir me
Ilnie din lug debate lie moved
the Lnhalua memhors balloli
among themselves to 111! tho vacancy
the majority report being adopted.
Tbla was carried and the adoption cf
the repent us amended nlso.
Itov. S. Kapu was elected lo the
delegates fiom tho Lahalnn product
of Maui to tuke. tho placp of Munagcr
Welnzlieltner of the Pioneer planta
tion Tie convention unanimously
adopted Ibis ionise
1 ho nailing nf the Utiles Commit
Ic.'s report showed that C. (1. Hurtled!
unit (.cm gp Cm tor wore not contur-
ring with tho majority.
Aiguiueut l.'ought out motions to nl-
lei Unto 3, which called for an open
ballot. George It. Carter spoko strong-
l Tor Iho secret Imllot.
Carter said' "Kmourage.l by my,
prpv Inns npiieala lo reason." ho said,
'1 move thai tho rule making nil open
ballot shall he amended In load that, Its candidates, for tho others to vrltlf'
tlio election of delegates ho mndo on draw, mid "to let tho pcoplo decide nt1
(Hinted ballots In order that they maythe polls If this course today has been
"I despise Hie Ameilcan citizen who!
Milues his honor so little that be will!
sell his voto for dollars and cents. 1
desplso Htill more, however, tho man
who buvs the vole
"I was told last night of n man who
could not vote ns be wished betausct
his om plover hud told him thai lie
would Ion; his Job If ho did,"
(leoreo W Smith asked If Carter
was mnklng a charge ugalust anyone
lu the convention.
"No," teplled Cnrter, "I sulci that I
ilesplbo tho mini who would sell bis
votf. I only desplsu moio thu mail'
who buvs It.
Ills speech was vvlldlv applauded,
Itov. Stephen Dcshu look up tho cud
gels for Cartel's motion. Ho stntcd.by acclamation under suspension of
that theio wero manv of Iho dclcgntos tho rules, nnd thoy woio accordingly.
who wero afraid to vote becauso of,e!eited
tlio Influence their omplojers had over
i. lie stated that ho wns Btirprls- the ileleRatos throo from llnwall1 elnc toil, and the result of tho ballotlnglenlo to Congrcns to Introduce a
o seo so manv plantation maunand one fiom Maul. A. K. Vlcrra uudjon tho otherB was us follows: land scctiro Its passnRe, If posn
nt tho convention. It almost II. V. Patten wero named tellers by Kuhln, 158 Hcnton, 87! Oovernor coiifiirmlng to our local dllzon I
Ki'Oiueil as tliniigh they woro going
back to tlio davs of oppression. 'Tim Al this point a motion by 0. W.
plantation mmiugcrs wero trying lo Smith for a lb-mluulo recess wns car
rule, he Inslhtcd. rled.
Coolho btalcd cm a ipiestlon of spo-' Caucuses Held,
clal privilege that ho was told of til Tho tctoss was taken In order to
delegate on Maul who had been sent Five tho lendcis on both sides oppor
nwny Into biding after liuvlng been tunity for tompromlse, but It failed,
iiiailc to sign a blanV proxy by Davo The leu minutes stretched Into mi
I'lemliig, and Iho man who held thu hour. Hncti sldo hold a caucus, thq
prow did not know anyMiltig about It Cooko forces on tho stnRp, back of
nnd had no hand In BetlirliiR It. 'some sconery, tho Kuhlo forces nt Ku-
Henry .1. Lyman broke In and asked blo-Tnft licaikiuarterR, Young building.
' that as so-mam charges had been
mndo there should be some aubstnn-
tlatloii. "Wa. Hliould voto oponll." he
(ontimit'd, "so Hist wo should sho.v
how the voting Is going. Otherwise
(hlsohuiKo that the employers win
n. llw.lt innn ulll linlip nvnr lis fnr
men will hang over us for
John Wl'e ilnlQ-JftliuUcxiUubi. elmiK
es had bocn nului
. . .'J MT.-)Vri ... f i..
mo ami mm ino ono
nv to ilclchnltip thdlr ttlillt was in
Mttp openly "If tlio oicn Imllot ays
tpn N iMiiplnjpil, tlion wo run easily
IPlI nrtpr Hip convention If tho itln
plnyois dine barge limit- men." he said.
Appeal 'or Irtdependertee.
(ieorgu Cnrtcr undo n strong appeal
on behalf of Hie wetrk. "TliPio nrp."
lip enlil. "innnv wlio havo not the mot
111 COUtilRC td voto openly. Thin does
not only Include (he llawnllatis lint
sown of the nlillCH nB w ell."
The (Ucsllim of tabling the amend
melit made by Carter was then nut to
I he conehtlon, resulting In victory
r.n Iho open ballot by a vote of SI lo
-, the rloPBt vntp of the convention.
It was Just previous to the takliiK til
this vote thai ludKe Dole mailo bis
slartllUK spceih and ote.l for a secret
ballot to allow the delcKatcs to act In-
KoiiowinK mis cn-ne ui in orupr tho shouted rom Iho atari
nuieiiilinent to the rules hiirrpbIpiI bj nd McCnndlcss wlsbeil for u reso
W. ( Ac lit. Ilin iiinenilntetil fnlllnc fnr li.tt.... r.m.irlira nil ltmtww rn.u I..
n,,, dnlecntrH rroin Onliu lo liaiiio
three ilpleisnlPH to the National ion-
- - - ,.
venllon. Hawaii in ii'iiup one. Maul,
Moloxnl nml l.nnul to iiaiiio one, nnd
Ktiiinl lo n.inip one. In other words
It wniihl hnte tieen otlnir bv iIIm.
ti I im Inslend of ht Ihn conxeiilbm .it
on Oalui. where tho anil-l'rear forcea
philnlv controlled, the delegation
mi lil he nnmed wllliont the Governor
as a member, nnd the opposition to
Achl's amendment Btarled
It was then nearly 7 o'clock nml
adjournment wns taken to S o'clock.
c Id's amendment wns tiontf.ii b
about the same vote as had ruled
ihroiiRhnul the day, and Immedl.itelv
nflerwnids tho .convention got down
nl lust to Iho business nf mnklng tho
uoinlnstlnus fnr dclcgnioj to the Na
Nominations at Last.
Inhn II Wise arose and Humiliated
I plute (lovcmor Prenr In nomlna. !
he said. "I do It liccauso Its
tho onlv iireper and feasible thfiiR to
do In view of tlio circumstances mid
so lhat ho and Iho Delegate mav be
laced on nil eipial fouling. If ono
jii((l1-l( III! Vt(l I Witling. II IIIIU ,
Mnuds. the other stands. If ono fnlls.l
the other falls."
i (;00rpo W. Sinllh seconded the lion-
Miction In a Bicech laudntorv of tho
ml. ftim r.-irker then nrnan. "I n.n
for fair play." he said. "I speak for !
imaclf now not for tho party. I
"Nnw help wp are. What are
Wo should name two besides Ku
um mini n.n ship uiiu iwu ocsiiics
I'rrar for bis side."
CoIoiipI I'niker'fl speech was iniiUii
in nnminniinn or ueiPRnto Kuiiio, lieiexiKiuniloil liv a long lino of states'
evplzlneil later when a iiiesllnn mosoiuen. While rccoRtilzlitx tho fact lhat
a the natter Dosha sciondcd Co'. (),n' DplegnUt lo Congress has no Nolo
Parker's motion I m ,c floor of the lloiibo, wo be-
ndrrw Adams nonilnnled flcorgolllcve Hint bis Blnc'oro and earnest nt-
r nontnn in a urlef speech. Charles
.M-noici seeonueii uus uomiuaiion.
Kami nf Mnnl n,.tiilimie.l Ilnrrv'
Henry I.vmnn nominated lohn T.
Molr of Hawaii and John Iluss second
ed Desha nominated 11. I. llolsteln of
Hawaii. V. K. M Oso-lo hoc muled.
A. S. Wllco uomlnatod C. A. Itlco
of Kauai J. M. Kaneakun setondod.
W. T Itoblnson seconded a hlthorio
iiuspouBorcd uoinlnntou, that of 11. A.
(:. Achi placed licforo tho con
vrntlon the nnmo of Itohcrl W. Shin
R)o. Pied. Ileckley seconded It.
Ceorgo 11. Carter nominated A. U C,
'Atkinson, rcferrliiR to him feelingly as
a "chnrnilug bachelor." and paying u
slntorc tribute to his nblllt) and ov
pcrlence. W. J. Coolho seconded.
Pied. Ileckley nioso nnd suggested
to let tlio mujoilty fncllon nominate
With this tho nominations closed.
Chairman llnrrls ruled that all
uomlnatod appear on tho platform nnd
take tho pledge to support Taft as In
strutted hv tho convention.
pledge lu vvrltlnt,'1
was lead by tho tliRlrinnn,
Ualdwln, Atkinson, llolsteln, Ilk
Kenton, nnd Molr then nstended to tl.ci
platform and gnvo their assent singly
to tho pledget ns read by Chairman
Hob Shingle, who was nbsont, was
sent for hurriedly, and nrilvcd ainldjhtcaincra nnd should not bo forced
elicers. Ho look tho snmo pledge as
Aucliow Adams moved thu election
of Itlco mid Duldwln, both unopposed.
Harris then called for tho voto on
The Frear Lcaguo leaders arranged
lor Kenton and Molr to withdraw, nnd
lo cast their Btrcngth to It, W. Shlnglo
nml II. L. HnlBleln for delegates Their
proposition wus to iiuiiui Shlnglo, Hoi
stein and Kuhlo, of tho Kuhlo sldo,
anil Baldwin, Prenr and Itlco from
their own side, wllh Itlco ns National
.. .... ....... .... ...
mis worn wns sent to tlio iviililo
M'CANDLESS CARRIES EVERY
POINT AND CONCEDES NOTHING
itrlcta, Oalui. Tho other districts
Democrats' Nominee for Con- nKrt V "!nl'?n,",,"'r,fnS,,ihpir
i n i i ii , secretary s hnllol was cnul for their
ciressional Delegate Has election, in tho fourth nmi nnh
Convention Controlled. "ifro ,vcro fo"r nominees, with only
j three )o elect, nml n voto by prcclnctH
Soldi m lias n political iimvcnllon wn c-nllcil, ipbuIIIiib In ip lpfcal of
hecn so intuplolclv ilellvereil to iino J'v W" '" 1 "J" p'l V i i . iv
mini nB vesterdnv's dual convention of ' tar (J. J. Waller. 11. for loin hf
tlio Democratic paity was clellvorp.l li)j n"Kor '" 1"' f,"r A,a,"1 "'"
L. L. MtCnndless. Not only dhl Link! I'" ' National delegates Ih hb
succeed In IiIb Innln object getting follows:
himself nominated ns Delegate lo Coll I. a"y Irwin. I'lrst and Second. 1
Kress - hut he also secured thu elce-
t ,,f j0im H. WIIhoii as National
Committeeman, nnd elected IiIb own
intoitH .IclcR.iteB to tho National con -
' Nnl n ttolnt tvns lost In convention
nm tit n point wns conceded hv mm.1
prontlie. Tho opposition was one In
'name mil, being outvoted nnd oni-I
i.tiiirii i nil ,,.i, i.ii ..V.....V...'.' ...
Kn,w uhlHliers and dve Iheni Mn
ur,...n. Mm iniueiiiiiiii would bnro
passed It by ai clamiilloii. and tho casllnt; the hnllol brourlii mil somi
(haii(es me I lint half the dplcp.iloii.thlnK of n contest 'I he Mile wni lln
wouldn't biixe kniiwn what Ihot wcrit'nllj last bv precini's nnilil a hcillnii
...ii,, . ,miil ilmv h.nki.,1 In Ittn.nr ennnirllni? rntls fnr Information
de!et;atps mine primed for n bit; tnlk venllon. However. It tinned out to bo
rest and icfiised to be chented out of,a Wllaon landslide. 1 lie count was
It. So a couple of hour4 were tlcUI-i 102 for Wilson lo IB for Waller
ented lo the matilifncluro of J'hot nlr" The convention closed with some
and half n dnien Impassioned oratorrTow remarks" bv winners nnd losers
slcpl the better for having Rotten the itllkp. McCarthy i-ald he would Ret In
wind on" their chcBts, while somo of and work for .YkCundless clcillon,
Hie ilelepiles alept In their chnlrs. Sam Koloa said he also would he .1
Tom Clark of Maul was iiartkulml) booster, but Hint l.luk Mi Cnuillcss hail
prodlR.il with tho precious minutes, better slop hitting hlln with person
comparliiR MtCandlesB lo Moses In nlltles In his paper. Mavnr 1'erti said
roof-rnlsliiR vocal flreworkR. Iio'il work for the tlikct as a whole
Tho ono tlme-savltiK nctlnn of the IncludltiR the nominee for Manr,
evetiliiR wns lo elect tho permanent which would probablv be himself",
rhnlrmnti and other oftlccrs of tho first Johnny Wilson Rave out n few "Ihank
couvenllun to tho same olllces In tho um, fellow delcKaies." ami (1 I Wal
The election of delegated tel Iho Hal
timoro convenllon broiiRbt out n con-
test only In Hip Fourth and Klflli Dls-
The Democrats adopted their ii!ai -
form soalerdny nflcrnoim eiactly ns
reported out of committee, nnd wllh
urmllrallv no dUcussliin. Tho feat
mo wan tho elimination of tho worn-'
un'n suffrnRo plank, which Link He
Candlcss said before tho convention
bad his support. Tho platform adopt-
We, the representatives of tho I (cm
'ocrntlc party of the Territory of lla-lon
wall, in ronveiition assomuieu, renew
land pledge our fJnlty to the National
Democrntle party and its prlnclplcM na
Mention to duty and a truthful dtid for
c ble reptesciitntlon to i;ongrcvss oi
i-i .lu n.l ,n,llilnl will
uiii rinin Hint lui.lv the attention
wbleli the matter itescrvoB. Our Del-'tho
egntos in tho National convention vvllllln ptcot wo offer tho fact that al
he able to materials assist In fram-i
Inir the National platform so ns to con
..?' ...'. "... '...". ., ,i.iu t...
..-.. i.,.i..ul. r ti.., ii i.i.
Iiir been built up under a protective
tariff and largo amounts of capital!
having been Invested In the said In
dustrv nnd for tho further teason that
the sold Inilustiy coiiBtltules tho main
business of this Territory wo would
not dac o tho commodity on the free
list, therefore, we heart ll emlorso tho
..!.. .!, i. n. ii.....,.n,i.. Trri.,
....i..i (,., i ..,.,.,i,,.... i ,i,,,,n
and transmitting to Congioss tho fol-
rtesnlvcd by tho Democratic Tcrri-
i .... tt tt tt tt tt tt it tt tt tt tt tt
turlnl Central Comiuittoo of tho Teril-'"'"1 '" tllHl rflB0 " I'lcslgo our cauill ,
10, v of llnvvall That wo do not fnvor'a,,' for "ologato to Coligiess to en-
... ' naS8Heo oftho hill Introclui'eil by llenVnr ,, bcciiib fiutli an niucnillncnt1
Iho'-ciiTart caucus, but It wna liimeil down
and both hides returned lo tho hall to
oontlnuo tho light cnused by Iho
n lilslst -
cue o upon Crenr's nnmo as a delegate. I law and also to enact u law establish-, aro ambiguous nnd unintelligible,
When tho convention wns tailed tojlng tho olllco of Recorder of Deeds InlWhut Is needed In ho Territory of
lordor again, Ocn. W. Smith moved ad-
i. . .,, . . -i ... .., ..!..
adjournment until today at Id o'clock
Colonel Parker setondod tho motloii.'control of tho Loglslaturo, it alone
declining Hint It was Rotting too lato,
to stnv unv longer.
Knmaiinhn declaiod that tho outsldo
delegates had to leave tndnv on
slav In Honnliihi sovornl davs longcr.lRress to sot forth Iho facts nnd proofs
rhon tho (actloiiH settled doWn to
their llnnl light. Ono by ono tho loll
call of delegates was taken, and the
hame mitlorlty that had ruled through'
out the day still hold, under tho steuily
sazt. tho l-'rcar league lloutonants.
Duldwln and Itlco had already been
Prenr, 81; Molr, 82; Shingle, .'J; Hol-'iaiv and reriuiring an i-euoini puuiic; "in in incur power to navo u plank in
.tnln. 74: Atkinson, fit. Iwoik In tho Territory nt Hawaii to ho. soiled In the National platform Plcdg.
Thoro woro occasional breaks from
tho two regular tickets, but tho final!
result was nut long lu doubt, Prenr'n
supporters cheered vigorously when
ho wns named.
Nominations for ultornatcs wero
called for. John II. Wluo of Oahu, .1,
H. Conov of Kauai, Dr, W. T. Monsar
rat, Oahu; Charles Wlliox of Maul,
Carl S. Carlsmlth of Hawaii, and A,
Q. Marcalllno of Oahu wero quickly
nominated and the nominations clos
ed with a rpsli. The alternates vvctio
called In Iho platform to bo pledged
lor Tall Carlsmlth was not present,
hut hnd sent a Wireless pledging hliu
hclf for Taft. Tho ultei nates took tho
pledge and wero then elected by ac
Thru the vvrnrj'-tunvvtl quit.
L-v"",' ri ; (1 waller, .ion
;,n'nRcr, Atnn Ilt-i liort. loiutli ami
""h; David Lwnllko, Slim
! . r nliprnnleH there was no contcsl.
l"'0 ,,:tl''ii rpiuHliiR as follons
"enry West, I irst am aponnu, i.u
) uaui belle. Ililnl; I.,
J,1,1, Ml - ch1r" . r ".e"
"'I nml roitrlli, I . lliamii
word K. IJuvaui belle. Third; 13. I
Landslide for WlUon.
The llnhl for National lotnniHter
mini win mi opcu-iiml-fhut proiimltlnn
fiom tho start'. iillhouKli Hie inelhod ol
!nn.l nxtilntinllnn llml I tin Mite been
lor hntided a few bouquets lo tlio pur
ty. Thomas Clark of Wnlluku, lleitl
I.lvcuhurRli, J S Chandler of Kauai i
and Joe l'picz of llnwall also spoke
! i '
llciresentatlve riulcrvvood now pend-
Iiir In Iho Congress of the Cnlted
States scckltiK to rcmovo tho larlH on
We therefore pledge our delcgales
to Iho National convention lo use ev
cry mentis lu their power to prevent
tho said convention from Incorporating
In llii. Vntlruinl nlntrnrm n I l.ittKn lrn.l
vldlng for fife abolition for the tariff)
siiRnr and wo pledge our canilhlnlo1
for Dclegato to Congtcss, If elected to I
uso his iitirinst endeavor lo prevenl
tho passage of nny bill uttemptlng to.
nbollsh such tariff.
8 Tlfhuc'cc-ss of tho DciniH-n.lt. natty'
already attained by securing a large i
majority In the House of Uipicrntn-
tivos nlid wllh the present bright,
iirospecis oi eiecuiiK u "u"""-nl,lc
Prpslilffiit brines llnwnll nenrei l..
'Statehood. Wo clinrge lnslnrcrity oil!
party of tho nciHlblicun partv and
inoiigli p resolution was nuoptcu ny
the last local Legislature urging tho
I ,i,ni..inn t u. .ii n. . Riiin .... i.iti !
lo Hint end was Introduced in Con
Rress ny tne lie puuiican
jllcan Delegate, w'o
vMko our candlilnto for Delcgato lo
I '" K"1" '" 1."'"',':!;
Hnwalian Statehood, believing (hut
the xiime Is In nccnrdmico with tlio
well-roingnlzcd principles of Democ
Bhoiild It be found thai the Oiganlr
Act of Unwell In atly way movents
tho ciiattment by tho lotal Leglslatuio
"r ,awK providing for psinbllshlug
inai nro common.) nimwn u uio hh.;
..!.. 1.. 1 - il 1.1
l,tlllvlj' 'eic.uimi.in ...u iui-i.h, .iii-h
hs will rehiov-c, shell disability.
I Dlredl Primary.
Tlio platforms of both pnrlles In Ha-
wiill, having repeatedly pledged their,
tcuuuiunies in enacc a cnreci primary
Il.n..l.... .. ....,-
tho Republican party,
(having heielnforo boon
'on In continuous
responsible for tho failure of such leg..
iBiation. Therefore, If tlio next L,cRla-'a
Mature again falls to enact either
both of Bald proposed laws wo pleclgojtles deaily setjoith, the homesteader
our enlididato for Dolcgato to Con- tuny acnulip hlirbomestead lu feo slm-
nnd ask Congress to pasa both such
lavs which havo been bo repeatedly
domniuled, bo ropeatcdiy promised byauvocato the ennctmont of a law by
tho Itcptihllcan party, and by tho same' tho United Slates CotiRrcBs with the
parly so repeatedly refused, .above objects lu vlow and We pledge
Wo pledge our cnnilklaln for Dclo-
performed by citizen labor only,
Wo pledgo our cnuuiuaiu tor, Holc-.'ug ino general principles or tho Unl
galo lo Congress to etldeavnr to so- led Stutes land laws along tho forego
euro a pension from the United Slates i lug BiigRcstivq lines In bo far as the
(ioveininent tor formor (ueeu Iilllito-nlil lund laws aro applicable, to local
Italanl lu such uu amount us Con-
gross may dectn auiirdprlate.
Wo urge upon Congress nnd we
pledgo our candidate for Dolcgato to actes, unci sulllclcnt to support thero
Congress bo to doitbo necessity of ai-j on an ordinary family" Wo chargo
proirlntlng money and lo ncctulie bylthev oxocutHo olllcera ot this Territory
condemnation If neressarv nil vested, with u violation of this nlaln nrovl-
ii tvato llshlng rights In this Tci rllory
and to upon tho sumu for public use.
Tho Demot ratio party of tho Toirl
Ion of Hawaii lias, for n number nf
jciiiF. a.llbinln.l n foniilei. lorldOn
of the laud laws of this Teiilltuy and,
Another High-Class Act
Presenting Farcical Comedies and Legitimate
"The Loan Shark"
A Powerful Comedy Drama
Hamlin & Mack,
Vaudeville Society Dancers
" "l ' '
"I"'0""' "m"lH haVO m" ,,w" vr'n
""ll coinpleto muccss, wo have.
succeeded lu obtaining certain amend
incuts of the hind laws which urn lien
clltlal lo some estpiil to tho iiooolo of
m'"" ' hu"11 l " "l lo 1110 peopio 01
this Tcriitory: theso nmeudmcutK
wore In ought
by local Democtnts be-
roro tho llouso Committee on Terrl-
lories at Washington, I). C. We have
boon unnble, however, to succeed In
Inn lus .. m.,i.lin inii.in,i ..t ii...
Land Act and wo hcllovo that tho B.ilil1
aci, hi ns iircsoni lorm, is clumsy, un-
Intelligible and unworkable.: lb., Limit
Act of IM)"., ns amended by tho retent!
amendment or Iho Organic Att, Is so
complex, ambiguous, nnd iiululelllgl-
uie that oven tho shrewdest lawyerH
are In doubt as to Its exact mcnnlng.
Wo sbouhl havo enacted by Congicss
ii plain and simple Innd law slmllnr In
onus to Iho United States land InwB
o lhat tho homesteader may. by
lending tho samp, understand what lis
Itr....... .....I 1.1. .1...1 ...
n.-iuin nun um uniir rr, i mi auoi-
v.- ..v,uin wepaiiiiieiii m uus icr-
rllory hns rec
Island nf Haw
an 1L'CUIIII' IIISIIIUIPU boverm
against homesteaders on tho'
all for tho declared nur
mioso ot 'securing a Judicial Interiireta
Hon of tho Ijind Act nnd tlio law ro
Intlng thereto"; this is In Itself an
mission bv tho legal ofllcers of tlio',,H neleeteil secretary
, w.noiiniieiii uiiu uie sniq land law
Hav all lu tills regard Is a plain, slm-
I'lo mid clem law similar lu Its terms
la'lo tho present Unlled States laud laws
or thu Candler land law, whereby for
nominal consl.lorntloii an.
nnd upon tho
portoimnnco or certain homestend dtt
I'lo mid I tint this right should not bo
ciopcnilent upon tho whim, caprice or
discretion of any exec utlve officer. Wo
our ciuuimalo for Delegate to Con
gres to uso over effort to securo tho
nnusugo of bucIi an act by Congioss.
Wo further pledge our delegates lo the
,.M(Honal convention to uso ovory of
lug the National Democratic party to
enact a law for this Tet rllory embody-
comilllous. Thu Organic Act us
nmcndod piovlilns that tho conunls-
I (doner shnll allot tho public lands in
mi amount "not exceeding eighty
skill. of the law In that tho public
lands mo being allotted lu uiuounlH
langlug from llvu to twenty acres In
extent. Wo hcllovo that the said lund
Bbyuld be allotted lu InrRer nrens In
nrimnlniicn wllh Ihn oxpioimed wlnh ol
John P. Rogers,
The Popular Basso
We again nrgo upon Congtcss tit
further amendment of tho Organic Ac
mi as to nbollsh tho ofllco of Supcrli
Ipudcnl of Public Works, abolish Hi
..tun. .,r litt. cti,nHir ntlmv elriinn .
ollito Of High Sheriff, allow election c
public bonnlu by the ponplo as well n
"-v ai'l'olntmcnt. npproprlnto mot
""'"cy f'"- I'cilernl agricunmni expo
UnoM "tntlon. npproiulnto more mot
-v for"") College of llnwnll and mall
tain eMierlmetital furms on oaclv of th
r,mr 1'Hnclpnl Islands. Wo pledge ou
"..- '!. v.....v.D .
'" tor nil the above piovisiona am
Yi'sti-ribi) ufti'iinioii the l)"iiiinrutl'
I'.inveiilliin elecK.l the central coin
nilltee Hint will conduct ttm huslnos
or the tK.it.v for the next two cnrF
MiiniiM- Pachlco of Honolulu wa
1... ...! I......,..hi.i-i- n lid lil I ill In ii ii ii
nd-im.nt clmiiiiniii uii'd 11 K Keuwehaki
r.illowlug Is the perMiuuil of the
new c oininltlce:
I'lrst district Joe Pi rr . Hurry Ir
win, R W Kelelhoii, II .Moniiiilllca
Sec. mil district Sam T KiiiipIuiIIii
Charles Ku, A. Until. W llolnnn Oplo
Third district M K. Keohokalole
N K Kill. nt Jr., TI.1 Deviiuchi'lle. II. A
KVinohe. J XI Ilrlsht
I'ourtli tllstrlct S Kiilm, John Kf
ling. Tt Kesiwebahii, U II. I' Welter
M (Inniiilipr. II N. Ki.biilepiina
l-'iflli ilMricl Joseph AiIiiiiih, Philip
.Manuel, Hugo Kiin.it, M '. Piichcco,
i: J Mc('niidlc;s, l'red Lulling.
Hlxth district J S rimuiller. (Wo.
linker, Kapi.bu Kauakahl, W M. Sin
GREELEY'S DAUGHTER WILL
RETAIN HISTORIC FARM
Editor's Grandchildren Lose
Suit to Havo Deeds
MOI'NT VHIINON. N. Y April l.-
Cndor u decision of Supremo Court
.lusllro Mills, llled lu tho County,
Cletk's nlllccl nt While Plains tcl.lay,
NDIblft Grtolcy Smith l'onl nnd ld-t
(lieolcy Smith rail lu tholr suit to
hnvc tho deeds of tint historic (Ireeloy
farm at Clmppaqiia to Mrs. Cahrlello
Oreele) Cleiii'enln, daughter of tho
lato Horace. Urecloy, sot aside as null
Tho plntnlllTs are the two ihlldiou
of tho' Into Ida L, fltecley Smith, also
u daughter of Hrcl'loy. lustko Mills
ellsmlsscB tho action piiucipally ou
Hie lonleiillon of the defendants that
iho slniil'o of llmllnllou Iiiiih tho
ON COAL BOAT
Sailing on the ship Shlntsu Mum,
vhlih arrived late eslcriln friini Alls
rnlla vvltli ii turgo of coal for tho
nter-Ishiuil iompun, Is not all Unit
t s s.inietlmes puintiil to be When
lie vessel arrived last ovciuilg. fol ty -brie
iiieinbcrs of the crew weru nt
he present time under lock nnd key,
ml special police minuted tho ship
nd wharf to see that mine of them
No trouble has been experienced oil
be trip over, but It Is thought tb.it
he crew might tiy nnd desert help If
Iven nn oppoi tunity, ns on previous
ii'.mleiiH mis has been the mm so.
The police were warned , by lh
,hlp'a olllceis to be very ..ireful In
use 11115 of the crew did ninkaan tit -enipt
to escape, us they lire all nrni-
.1 with knives unit will use them vvlth
nit the slightest hesitation The uiiu
le drawn from the Hni'Ht laboring
lass In Jiipini, unit the olllcerM vveie
ircplirril throughout the tilp for troii
de, Keeping rllles reud stacked In tho
She brought iii'.t tons of coal mill
ins also three sacks of mall Prom
lent she proceeds to Vain Oliver nml
Kureks, where shit will load tbiiberuud
hen head rnr Milbourno to dlht barge,
ileklng up auotlier largo of coul nt
PAINTING PURCHASED FOR
$700 SOLD AT $62,000
PAIHS. IV Slur 23 The wile of
the IliViiKKol urt eollectlou iittriictcd i.
luiKu ii.iwd to the (U urges Pcti gal
lery today. The highest prleo of the
day, $S7,000, wus paid for tho "Pur
'llllt of I'lllllltlSH of Wilton," Ii)
Thomas l.ii.w rente It was bought in
by Petit, the dealer, Mrs Ituussi I
paid IIIS.UOO fur the painting u few
The second highest prleo or the sale
Was brought bj ('unit's "A D.incn Cu
ller the Tires on the llnriler of 11
Lake" It was bought bv Wildi'iistelu,
it denier, for ICJ.imo. Tills wns bought
by M ltuusscl himself in. no j.'.iim hkh
Piiigiinaid's' "IMucntl.in Does All'
was carried off by Wlblenwtiln f.u
I'ligers' "Pnrlrnlt of llllab. th of
Wiuteliibuig" was told to Anuidor for
ilulnsbiiiiiuKh's "fllue llii" wild lo
Aiiiiulnr for 111,000.
Petit iiImi bouglit Driiimrs "Two 1,11
tie S.imimii.Ih" for $33,000 j.ud the si.iiie
nrtlsl's "A Young Scholar" fur lir.niin
IoJI'Ihi tiilubnntnuiil rcnllc.l rr.n n..
daj's sales wus ,',r,'.l f,7r,
,Vi hM jvii 'immAJltibiWAx)fcK
ITM iiphXi XflllHIIlllVirHllflnT I In ,
.'ii,Witr.kL.,i.. ii ....,.'. . . j ;., c. Mil-