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"With -which is Incorporated the "Independent,"
VOL. 1. NO. 0(5.
HONOLULU, H. I., SATURDAY, AUGUST 3. 1895.
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THEY WILL NOT DISBAND.
TAIN Tlli:ill OHU A NIDATION.
minute of Meeting AttacUrd and
Alrveil--Cuiiiitiltfco ITIcu Clinnco
Ilnae and Save the Couipany.
Thoro was n special mooting of
tho Shnrpshootors in tho old Le
gislative hall lost night, convened
in response to n requisition to dis
band adopted ut a meoting on
Monday night. Captain John
Kidwoll prcsidod, and thoro wero
tweuty-tuo inombors prosout.
Rov. H. "W. Pfck moved, as
soon as tho mooting ciimo to order,
that tho press bo admitted. Uo
said a very partisan report of tho
previous meeting had appoarod in
tho Star, which ho understood
given bv Mr. J . b. iMartin.
It made it appear that their cap
tain lod thorn by tho nose. If
Mr. Martin furnished that report,
whioh was aimed ohiofly at tho
captain and himself, it was a dis
gruco to tho company.
Mr. Martin Do you make a
Mr. Pock Wait till I got
Mr. Martin In reference to
the ohargo 1 will be in a position
to take some action.
Walter E. Wall, socrotary, read
tho minutes of Monday night's
meeting. Mr. Podk said ho made
tho motion to disband, and tne
minutes loit out part of it, viz.,
tho words "and reorganize under
the Marshal. J.L. MoLenn, who
seconded tho motion, supported
the objection. To end a discus
sion that was waxing breezy a
test motion vn mado that the
minutes be approved, which car
ried. Captain Kidwoll briofly stated
the objoot of the meoting.
J. L. MoLoan movod a rocon
sidoration of tho question of dis
banding. Mr. Peck moved a reconsidera
tion of tho way in which the
motion to disband was recorded.
JSobodv should know bettor than
tho mover and seconder what tho
wording of a motion was.
Tho socrotary stated that al
though reorganizing under the
Marshal was in tho motion when
mado, after discussion it was
agreed to loavo that part out as
Mr. Pock maintained that no
understanding could altor a mo
tion without consent of its movor
Captain Kidwell You did not
Mr. Pock A motion has to he
put as movod.
Dr. N. B. Emorson held that
thoro was a custom wheroby a
presiding officer could modify tho
tenor of a motion when there was
no objection, although it might
not be strictly parliamentary.
The sorretary was right in his re
cord of tho conclusion, also Mr.
Pock was right in his recollection
of how tho matter started.
Mr. Pock averrod that ho had
not ndvocatod disbandment sim
ply, but stated that ho wanted to
reorganize under tho Marshal.
Dr. Emorson made a motion in
effect tho samo as Mr. Peck's.
Mr. Martin oxplainod that ho
had signed th requisition for the
meoting so aa to prevent the dis
banding ot tho company.
Tho motion to reconsider the
minutos having carried, Dr. Em
erson moved that tho minutes b
amended by saying that afttr dis
cussion it was docided uot to slate
reasons for disbanding.
Dr. Nicholls did not see how
that was going to help Mr. Peck's
Mr. Pock said both Mr. MoLoan
nnd hitriRolf distinctly doniod
having made the motion as re
corded. J. A. Magoon movod tho
minutos be approved as roud. Ho
was tired of tuikine all night nud
doing nothing. Seconded and
Captain Kidwell mado a report
of his action on the decision of
tho previous meeting, as ono of
the com in it too of whioh tho sec
retary and F. S. Dodgn wero tho
othor mombers. Ho had address
ed a letter, conveying tho resolu
tion, to Prosidont Dole ns Com-mandor-in-Chief.
Tho letter was
transmitted through Adjutant
Gonoral Soper. Ho was inform
ed that President Dole put tho
letter in his pookct and afterward
consulted tho Attorney-Gonoral
and othor logal talent about it.
Lator tho Adjutant Goneral ro
turnod tho letter to him with tho
roport that tho Prosidont "would
uot roceivo it, because it had not
come through tho proper chan-
boI." Through tho Adjutant
General ho had rcceivod an ans
wer signed by Mr. Hatch, Minis
ter of Foreign Affairs, to a ques
tion regarding the status of tho
Sharpshooters' officers. It was
to tho effect that, as the Sharp
shooters wore not part of tho bat
talion formation, their officers
could not claim as a right partici
pation in the councils of officers
of tho National Guaid of Hawaii;
yet, as tho counsel of the Sharp
shooters' officers would bo estootn
od of value it should be admitted,
but the occasions ought to bo left
to tho discretion of tho Command-
Mr. Dodge gavo an explanation
this and Mr, Wall's action. At
rait meeting ho was in favor of
disbanding to reorganizo undor
the Marshal. But on consulting
with tho Marshal and tho Attorney
Gonerul next day, ho found that
they wero averse to having the
company become part of tho Oiti
zons' Guard, which already num
bered 500 men in so von companies.
Therefore ho and Mr. Wall had
declined to sign the lottor of
tho captain, but had addrossnd a
letter to the President, stating
that tho action of tho company at
the meoting in question was
"hasty and ill-advised." und, in
effect, that they bolioved tho com
pany us a whole desired to main-
tain tueir organization as ni pre
sont. Ho considered
uction of the previous
Mr. Mo Lean movod
company roconsider tho
Mr. Peck wanted to know what
was wrong with tho action of tho
othor night according to their con
stitution. Mr. Dodge rogardod it as equal
to making u change in tho byluws
without duo notioo.
Dr. Nicholls, although heartily
in favor of tho petition calling
this meoting. challenged tho right
of the committoo to send in such
a documont as inoy nau to mo
President aftor the action taken
by the company.
Mr. Pock did not think the
majority of tho committee had
acted in strict parliamentary
fashion, to put it mildly. That
was a moro representative meet
ing than this one, which contain
ed but a third of tho members
who go to the butts. What they
wanted now to do as mon was to
get to business. There wero three
courses to docido between. 1. To
uniform and have Bkirmish drill.
2. To r?orgunizo undor tho
Marshal. 3. To remain undor
the prosent law so that if thoy
ever got into action thoy should
be treated by tho Colonel as a
mob which that officer considered
Arch. Gilfillan, looking bock
at last meeting, considered that
Mr. Dodgo was right, After in
vestigating the matter noxt morn
ing ho found that thov oouhl ndv
reorganizo under the Marshal.
Mr. Wall dofended the actioc
of his colloaguo and himself,
holding that when reorganizntior
under tho Marshal wan found ii
practicablo, tho deoision of the
meeting could not bo carried out'
and thoroforo thoy declined to
sign tho petition for disbaud
raeut. Captain Kidwell boro called'
Dr. Emorson to tho chair.
M. Mngoon maintained that
Mr. Kidwoll being a minority dl
tho committee had no right to act
ns ho had done. Tho majority
took the only course thoy cnutt?
for tho preservation of tho com
pany. J, S. McCandless moved that
the resolution of last meoting be
Dr. Nicholls, seconding tho
motion, said he had mado tho
same motion last meoting, but it
had been sat down upon.
Mr. Wood asked what was the
object of that motion. Ho under
stood that tho action of last meot
ing had gone in to the President
He wanted to know whore they
Mr. McCandless said tho com
munication had como back, .si
least it had como as far as .the
Mr. Pock wanted a ruling ou
tho constitutionality of tho action
of last mooting. If they wore
wrong then, thoro was nothing
before the houso now.
Captain Kidwell, referring -to
tho statement of Mi. Dodge thai
tho latter votod undor a misccn
coption, said ho had information
that both the President and the
Attorney Gonoral woro in lavor
of the Sharpshooters becoming,
part of the Oitizons' Guard. He
told his informant that the Sharp
shootorB were tired of being re
buffed by tho military officers.
My dander was a littfo up be
cause I thought I was unfairly
treated by our reporter (looking
with a smile toward Mr. Martin,
who roturned tho complimonL
with a bow).
The motion to indefinitely post
pone tho resolution carried.
Mr. Pock movod, to get the
BonBe ol tne mooting, "that wo
uniform and have skirmish drill."
Mr. Wall raised the point o
order that tho proposed action
could not bo taken without -due
Mr. McCandless moved to ad
journ, whioh carried. Tho meot
ing lasted a little moro than an
The Now Tennis Court
Tho Borotania Tennis Club'n
now court is now completo nnd ia
to bo tho scone of an enjoyable
affair at tho opening today.
Mesdames Walkor, Swanzy and
May have kindly undertaken lo
entertain tho olub's many frionda
on tho ground with nn aftornoom
tea and thus introduco tho new
court to tho lovors of the ball and!
raokot. The olnb is to bo con
gratulated on having ucquired
such splondid grounds and on
having such a first class court
laid. Tho Bulletin welcomes
the now addition to tho facilities
which onablo Honolulu's athletic
young mon and women to enjoy
the wholesome game of tennis aoti
it wishes the new club a loug and
Tho new club will consist -61'
twonty-fivo mombors and twenty
two have alroady signed. It hac
tho patronage of A. G. S. Hawes.
H. B. M. Commissioner; T. Rait
Walker, British Vice Consul, and
Torn May. Tho officers are.
president, J. C. Cooke; vioo prosi
dont, W. L. Stanley; Reorotary,
W. G. Singlohurat; treasurer, B.
F. Boardmnro; oxocutivo ood
rnitteo, W. C. Parko, C.H. Athor
ton and L. do L. Ward.
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