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THE GARDEN ISLAND TUESDAY, JANUARY 4. 1916
LOCAL DEMOCRATIC MUSS
TURNS UP IN CONGRESS
(Special Washington Correspondence
Washington, D. C Dec. 13.
Each Democratic member of the
House and Senate today received
a circular the heading of which is:
"Shall I,. E. Pinkham, Governor
of the Territory of Hawaii, be Ire
called?" The circular, which per
haps has been given previous pub
licity in Hawaii is dated July 23,
1914, and signed by M. C. Pache
co, Chairman, Democratic Terri
torial Central Committee, and John
Bright, Secretary. In the circular
President Wilson is asked to recall
the appointment of Governor Pink
ham and put a Democrat in his
1 place. It alleges that Pinkham for
the past six years has acted as an
5J agent for the Hawaiian Sugar
Planter's Association in bringing j
foreign labor to Hawaii. That as
Governor he has not appointed a
single Wilson Democrat to office,
and that the men he has appoint
ed have been controlled bv the
. Sugar Planter's Association. That
Mr. Pinkham's Republican news
papers are continually charging
the National Administration with
ruining the sugar industry of the
Islands, and Mr. Pinkham lends
his aid to this false charge by
keeping in office Republican ser
vants of the planters who have re
duced the assessed value of the
sugar plantations twenty-five mil
lion dollars. That he has been
directly responsible for bringing
in peon labor to the amount of one
and a quarter million dollars. He
has appointed W. M. Giffard, a
Republican, as President of the
Board of Agriculture, and given
him an appointive list of $4,000
a month, which is filled entirely
by holdover Republicans. That he
has appointed R. W. Breckons, as
an assistant to the Attorney Gen-
keral, contrary to law. That he is
. 4 4J costing the Territory more than
$20,000 a month in excess of the
cost under the Frear administra
tion. His acts have been in abso
lute denial of homesteads, and have
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DR. WELLINGTON KOO, YOUNG CHINESE MINISTER
TO UNITED STATES. ARRIVES WITH WIFE TO
ASSUME NEW POST.
Dr. D. V. K. Wellington Koo
to be the youngest man who ever came as a Minister to the United
States. Dr. Koo had first been appointed as Minister to Mexico, but
was suddenly transferred to the diplomatic service in the United States
Mrs. Koo is a grand-daughter
nese statesman, and daughter of
of China under the republic.
of THE GARDEN ISLAND)
been in favot of giving the land to
large corporations. He nominated
Watson and Wilder as the associ
ate justice of the Supreme Court,
each nomination having been made
after consultation with Mr. Thomp
son, the leading Republican law
yer in Hawaii. He nominated
three Republiccns for the office of
Circuit Judges without consulting
the Democratic party. He nomi
nated Juige Mathewman, a Re
publican, to succeed himself after
conferring with a representative
of Hackfeld & Company. He ap
pointed J..W. Waldron, a sugar
Democrat, to a position on the
land board. He appointed M. M.
Johnson, another Republican, to a
membership in the Board of Immi
gration. He has renewed leases
to the sugar planters and has been
hostile to citizens from the main
land seeking homesteads. He has
been more than generous in grant
ing Isidor Jacobs, of San Francis
co, the verv large and valuable
waterfront on the Island of Kauai,
He has allowed the public funds
to be used in the employment of
R. W. Breckons, former Republi
can U. S. Attorney. He has never
attended anv Democratic meetings
and has been one of the most in
fluential opponents of Mr.McCarn.
The circular criticises Secretary
Lane of the Interior' Department
for having Pinkham appointed
knowing that lie was a Republi
can. It recites that, "If Pinkham's
resignation was called for, it would
at least relieve the Democratic
party in a great measure from the
responsibility of his acts, there
fore, we pray for his removal.
The first meeting of the Board
of Supervisor in the new year will
be held tomorrow morning.
Schools reopened yesterday .morn
ing all over the island. Fjull at
tendance are reported.
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