THE WKUKI.Y IIILO TKllJtJttK, IIII.O, HAWAII, TUKSDAY, SKPTUMIIKK 6, 1904.
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SPLIT IN THEIR RANKS
First District Committee Meet in Convention A Break
in Caucus and Disruption Narrowly Averted Can
didates Smith, Lewis and Brown, Speak Everything
Points to Harmony and Republican Success.
The 1? hud heju sdicet rnmor.s of
' I III. , HUM IIV.II .-II V.W v... w,
a p isil1e contest in the district con
vent on over the selection of two
em d. daies ftom Hilo for the lower district
house, so that on convening tho Upon motion of Supe, the Secre
delegate on Saturday morning at tary was instructed to cast the nnan
1'ireinen's Hall there was little sin- imous vote of the convention for
prise when Chairman fleers an-, W II Shiptnan. J. I). Lewis, Call
uounccd lhat the Thiid, Fourth, S. Snilh and Antone Kernrndez.
Fifth, Sixth and Seventh I'tecinets ' When the vole was annouueed the
hud been tin ible to nuree. nnd .she
e.slid the sldvisabilny of an nd 1
.ouiiuneiit for a lew lunus. I
According to the program ridopted j
.iiioii the organization of the Dis-
tut Com nit tee on August 12th,
lauiakiiiand l'una were each to
led a candidate and the other
rerii cts included in the South Hilo
district were to join on two men
l).i ing to influences which had been
1 woik with the 0u11g Men's Ke
i iU 1 ail ciiio, vari nmuu noun
nation was conceded, but the jouug
men split among themselves be wien
Jhail-s Akau and J. D. Lewis foi
-econd place. Akau seemed to be
the choice of the Young Men's Club,
but Lewis rallied his forces, and to
the surprise of the opposition had
the six delegnte.s from Wniakea
solid for hint The.se, in addition
to Heers. R iv, Sieniseii, Todd and
Pacheco from Hilo, gave Jim eleven
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vote.s n-. agaiusl Akau s remaindei
)f the eight-'en delegates. Thi
ieemed to insuie Lewis' uouiiuu
lion, and word bad been received
lint the other districts had respec
tively agreed upon their men, name
ly, V. II. Shipmnu from Puni and
AiiK.ne l'ernande. of Mamakun.
The influences which were behind
Akau threatened .setting aside the
uncus agreement and a possible
lisruplion in the party if the fight
were brought into the convention.
When the convention met there was
a disposition, especially on the part
of Lewis' friends, to proceed, but
they finally withdrew their objec
tion to a brief adjournment so that
their differences might be .settled
Diitside of the convention.
From the tune of adjornment un
til 2 o'clock, for three hours and n
halt, the delegates Irom tlie pre
cincts from Waiakea
to Lntipahoe -
mor on and
hoe threshed the matter up and
down, and neither side would listen
to a compromise. Ray and Pacheco
were won over to the Akau side,
md the vote in caucus .stood 9 to 9.
tlere the vote remained for three
hours, with no possible solution in
sight, until Charles Akau, tiring of"
the wrangle and in the interest of
harmony withdrew his name. To
those wlio were familiar with the
feeling that was being engendered
ovor the two factions, this saved the
convention from what promised to
be a veiy ogly fight if brought be
fore the main body of delegates
Akau was congratulated on all sides
up in the stand he had taken, and
ic has unque.tioiiably .strengthened
himself by his refusal to block har
inonv in llie convention.
On reconvening at 2:45 p. in. there
were gathered besides the delegates
a large number of business men
who were interested spectators of
the proceedings. I, 15. Ray re
ported from the Committee on Plat
lorm, in addition to the platform
heretofore adopted, reiterating the
convention's allegiance to the prin
ciples and traditions of the Repub
lican party as expressed in the Chi
cago and Hilo platforms. There
port also favored an appropriation
for a high school on Hawaii and the
Hilo Band. Likewiselegislatiou in
creasing the income tax 'exemption
from Si, 000 to $2,000. Norman K.
Lyman moved an amendment pro
viding for appropriations for roads
in Kalapana, Waipio, and Pulton to
Kaohe homesteads. With these
amendments the platform was
The chairman made announce
ment of changes in the Executive
Committee growing out of the divis
ion of Puna into precincts. He
named I). Kaloi for the First and
Kilipin for the new Eleventh.
Calling on the several precincts
for nominations of Representatives,
Kilipin of Puna nominated W. II.
Shiptnan, which was seconded by
J. I). Lewis. On behalf of the
Third, C. I Aflbnso proposed the
name of Jas. I). Lewis, the former
Representative, whom, he said, was
the only candidate who .succeeded
of election two yenis ago, when
here was such an overwhelming
Home Rule victory.
J. Kntihnuc P.iahati from the
Fourth put in nomination Carl S
Smith, who as a lawyer would be
useful in the next Legislature in
framing a county act. Seconded
by Mattoon of Lnupnhoehoe, I'roin
Ilainaknn Jos, Ii itcliartl nnined
Antone I'ernniidez, whom he stated
was tlie unanimous choice of his
'Chair unpointed I
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K. I aahau, I - !
1? Kny and I Hrughelli to escort
the nominees before the convention
Alter a short rece-.s, Mr. Hrugltelli
repined that inuMiiiuh ns cindi-
nut s suipm.iu and Pemantle. wete
absent from llie ciiy the committee
were able to pn.seut only Mr. Smith
and Mr. Lewis.
When called to the platform, Mr.
Smith spoke us follows:
.Mr. Chairman, and delegates of tliii
convention: I hoped n lew (Ihs iio I
infill huve the honor ol lieing your cm
diilntc for the next leKi-dature, hut you
overwhelm me when you jjive it to'me
iiuiiuliiiously. 1 slmiriiot iittemjit to ex
prcH llie gratitude that wells up Irom
within. 1 liae no campaign speech to
in ike at this time; I shall only say
Tlie fact that I have heen nominnteil
ft r the next legislature makes it impera
tive upon me to prepare ome camp dun
spccclus which I shall preceed to do, in
order to carry the Republican party to
Ifl have eer had any particuliir imi
tation to stand as a repiitilicuu candidate
for tilher house of the legiidature liefore,
that nmliitioii has heen checked hy the
condition in which we louud the republi
can pirtv in this district heretofore. Gen
tlemen, the mnlter of attending to the
legi-laiure of this Territory is one so
close to my heart and interests that I luiie
hoped for some lime I iniidll go as a rep
resentative to either the upper or lower
house. Hut when I consider what the
republican parly has been in times past
Willi its leaders, its factions, lack of har
mony and lack of interest, and when I
have seen what the republican party has
had to fiKlit, I was afraid. Hut through
yourselves audlhat branch of the repub
lican organization known as the Young
Mens' Republican Club, we have formed
a siliil front and I feel sure we can whip
this whole district. (Applause) I hope
by your applause that you intend to stand
shoulder to shoulder in this fight.
(Cries of "Sure, sure") It U not much
that I can do. I do not understand the
native language. We will have to address
tlie natives in the back districts and we
' wil1 have to give them some reason for
I J''ung the Republican party. I regret
therefore I cannot address those
ns I would like.
It seems to mc we have a loin; cam-
Pa'K" iM front of us. We might have
postponed making nominitions at this
tune, but of course your judgement is
better than mine. We have a long cam.
paign before us. However, I sliall get to
work and prepare some campaign speeches
and we will then go forth and see if we
cannot talk the Home Rulers and Demo
crats to death.
Gentlemen, I wish to say at the pre
seiiC tune, you have indeed honored me
with an unanimous nomination. This is
something I ntver could hive honed for
before. This is particularly touclilug to
me and lam particularly grateful, since
there has not been one man from the
chairman to the lowest man here, who
has asked me for a single pledge. I come
before you without having made a single
pieuge 111 me nisi representative district.
leaves me open to go to the legisla-
i lure tiiihampered, absolutely unli.uu
1 tiered, bv auv nre-CHintiaiLMi nieik.es.
j The principal thing before us is locil
self government. Since I came lo the
Hawaiian Islands, I have dreamed of the
time when our entire Islands would be
broken up into counties and municipali
ties, and every man be given an oppot
tunily to exercie the Anglo-Saxon right
of governing himself.
The thing cloe-t to my heart and
which will be when I am seated in the
legislature is 11 county bill, one that
cannot be upset by tlie Supreme court
and one which will work for our benefit.
We do not want any weak half-hour
measure, but one that will form this is
land into one county. (Applause) There
has been a proposition made in Honolulu
and I have heard it mentioned in Hilo,
which would give us n county onlv in
name with the same condition of alfairt.
as we have now I do not believe in that
I believe if we are to Jiave a county at all,
it ought to be n county in which everv
ciliicu has it right to vote and mi optMir
Utility to express his wishes. This is a
matter upon which I will give the greatest
There ate other important niutters we
will be required to attend to in the next
legislaut Matters of public improve
ments are not sattslactory. Everybody
knows that. Improvements will have
our consideration, Legislators sent front
this district will have to go there ami de-
iiliuul and get the things you desire. (Ap
The railed States of America has said
this is a territory and that these people
should have a right lo vote here, and aie
upon the Rime footing with citl
7ens of the United States This is not an
experiment but a principle of the United
States of America. If you are citizens in
the full sense of the lerm, you are entitled
to every thing that a citicn is entitled to.
I think you ought to hiivenuomiortiiuiiv
to work upon public works of tlie Tern-1 jokester protested that that was not his
lory and I believe only cilUeu labor , destination, but was "Vladivostok." He
should be emploved upon' public works, insisted upon Iw-iug taken to Fort Arthur,
Under the act of the Legislature, which 'and the obliging Jehu was about to pro
bus been misconstrued in the past, iceed to the government dumping ground
every opportunity should be given the in Wnliiket when the genlalvSecretary
cilieii 10 work, to work by the sweat of 1 cried "enough," having become sulisfieil
his brow at 11 fair day's wages, with the capabilities of his driver to
These are some of the campaign doct- ' please any editor of a Honolulu daily
dues, which I wish to discuss iiuher.im-1 newspaper,
paign thisall mid win ti victory. Are
)im with me? (.Cries of "Sure") If you
are, we will carry thin Republican party
I to such a victory as bus ucvtrliceu wit
,nesed In-fore in these Ijlnnds.
Chairman Heers called upon Re
presentative Lewis to address the
convention, and in accepling the
1 nomination, Mr. Lewis said:
1 Gentlemen We have come to a fnlis
I factory termination ofourelTortsin sidect
ilng suitable candidates to put before the
public for the r suffriges in this district
I I wish to snj that luc expressions mule
hy Candidate Smith are in accord with
my own ideas. You'wlll remember that
ill the election two vears ago the Repub
licans were inmost snowtil tinner, ami I
was the onlv one circled, t believe as
Mr. Smith said that if we join together
and work harmoniously in thiscampnign,
llie Republican part) will have a great
viclorv this fall. (Applause) During
mv service in the last legislature, I did
everything in mv powi r for the good of
the people anil of this district, but like
Delegate Kuhio I met with difficulties as
it was my first term. Hut I assure you
that in the coming ses-don of the legisla
ture, if I am elided, I will do all I can
and feel confident that I will be able to
accomplish much inon than I have done.
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II. (.till 1. 1 II. tlllUHl ,JI HIV 1 l-.l'l-.
tjilitv resting upon tin members of the
legislature, au with all a legislator can
do, there are some measures which he
may fail to have passed. If the rep
resentative whom you i-end to the hgis- j
laliiri, does not accomplish everything
that he hopes to do or which you disire,
there tn.iv be some criticism nnde upon
his efforts when he returns to his constit
uents This should not daunt us in our
cffortD to do what is right. There is one
motto which we should follow and that
motto is on the emblem of this Territory.
"I'a mail ka en oka aina 1 ka pom ."
I do not wish nl this time to lengthen
tuyspiechbyiunkingany further cm irks.
That, I hope todo in the campaign, which
is before us. I only wish to thank jou
gentlemen who have expressed confidence
in me, enough confidence to select me to
be one of your standard bearers' in the
The nomination of Senators was
merely a matter of form. Under
the rules, Kast and West Hawaii
were supposed to meet in joint con
vention for this purpose, so the
Chair announced this convention
would endorse the nominee put for
ward by the other side of the island,
provided they responded by en
dorsing the candidate of East Ha
waii, and the convention proceeded
to select one Senator. As the chair
called each precinct, the response
each time was for John T. Brown.
Pritchard caused some amusement
when called upon by saying he
"didn't know John T. Hrown from
the west side of a house, but would
second the nomination:" Senator
Brown was duly nominated, and
when called before the convention
by W. A. Todd and J. D. Lewis
expressed his thanks for the nomi
nation and pledged his support of
Republican principles. His son-in-law,
Norman K. Layman, whether
doubting the sincerity of this assur
ance or for some ulterior motive,
asked that each candidate be called
before the convention and pledge
his support of the Republican plat
form. Chairman Beers promptly
ruled him out of order, stating tlu.t
an acceptance by any candidate was
binding upon any honorable man.
After a vote of thauks given
to Chairman Beers and the Secre
tary, R. A. Lyman, Jr., the conven
tion adjourned at 5 o'clock.
Mrs. Carter's Death.
The following resolutions were passed
l'riday night by the Young Men's Re
Whereas. Almighty God in his infinite
wisdom has called unto himself from this
life's labors und tribulations the beloved
mother of our esteemed fellow citizen,
Geo. R. Carter, Governor of the Territory
of Hawaii, be it
Resolved, by the Young Mens' Repub
lican Club of the First Representative
District, that tlie.hcartfelt sympathy of
this club be extended to the Governor of
Hawaii and lus cherished family in this
hour of bereavement; and be it further
Resolved, that these resolutions be
spruid upon the minutes of the club, a
copy be transmitted to the Hon. Geo. R.
Carter ami furnished the press.
Took Hint to Port Arthur.
Secretary A. I C. Atkinson tried, to
emulate the recent exploit of Waller Guff
btiuiu wiieu Hint comic editor was 111
Hilo ext.erimentiiiL' with lanauese li.u-L
(drivers and writing up impressions ol"
Hawaii. The Secretary isa. staunch Irieud
of citizen lalHir. He has won out hi his
single-handed fight for labor's rights in
government road contracts, and nothing
but the spirit of research would have
prompted Ititii to lend his support to an
Asiatic hireling as in the billowing occur
rence. One day lust week the jovial Secretary
s night to satisfy himself by practical
demonstration what might be regarded
as the average intelligence of the Japan
ese hack driver. He wished also to cor
roborate Editor Smith's statements con
cerning the carrying capacity of the
Asiatic vehicle and whether the Oriental
I comforts of travel surpassed the ordinary
advantages of rubber-tired carriages to be
found on nuy well-regulated and legiti
mate cilUeu buck stand about Hilo.
no.utliug one of these equipages, the
former Acting Governor, in response lo
the query, "Where you go?," responded,
"Take me to Fort Arthur." The highly
honored Japanese, recognizing the im
portance of his load and following the
impulsive Instincts of his race, demurred
not to the impossibility of complying
with the order, but whinncd tin bis steed
and promptly carried his exalted charge
I to Cocoauut Island. Here the practical
Subscribe for the TlWliUKit, Subscrlp-
Hon fj.50 per year.
lllivn fMtlfl.1mi..t III V t..r'a .l.irii,i-
rllla. It has been curing people in all
parts of tho world for over (Id i(uis,
ll Is tin greatest family mudii lm In
tho world. It purifies, slicnj'tlieiix,
enrluhus, builds up.
Mr. Ooorjo rmintaln, of Jit. Torrcns, Ho,
An itrilli.ri'iuM lila liutii;r.iili and tliU In-loi-uitlni;
"I bad n Very liailrnsoof ecsrini. Medical
ricii It 11I told mc nothing morn eniild Ik)
diiiic. 1 tried snver.il lilnod remedies, lint
vrlllimit rcllrr. Tin) eriiiUkin Avm over tlio
vh'ilu nl 111) Imdy mid .irm. .My friends
told luc I limn try Aver' H.ir.,nrlll.i. To
ilv-axe llieiu, 1 did wi. To tell Hit) truth, I did
11 t hive 111111I1 iiiulldciKi) In It, I lutd tried
in my inedlelnes. To lay (treat nurprlne, 1
Imiiid ill it nftrr only. Dim iKittlu tlio scales
ivrro Ix-glnnlng to disappear It took Jint
lite Imltlrs tti la.ike a comnlnto euro. My
skin Is now perfectly mmotli, und uotutnwo
do I Ilivu u( my former troulile."
Tlri! are ininy Initiation Sirmii-ullln.
IS., iiiirv)iiu rcfAjer's."
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Passenger Trains, Except Sunday.
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Excursion tickets betweeu all points
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Commutation tickets, good for twenty
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The germs an everv wheie. No i
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Fine Fat Turkeys.
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Houses Wired and
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A complete stock of
Fixtures, Shades, Table, Iltd and Desk
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Fan Motors . . . $15
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Installation charged extta.
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FJectrical Work mid Contracts taken to
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