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THE EVENING BULLETIN; HONOLULU, H. I.. FRIDAY, JUNE 1. lflOO.
Frederick W. Hankey,
attorney'-at - law.
Eove Building, Fort St.
Rooms 4 and c;.
Francis J. Berry,
8B3avl4, Love BulldlnE, Fort SI.
jk. u C Atkinson and A. P. Judd, Jr.)
ATKINSON & JUDD,
CoTtnSPl'oi" at Law.
OBm orer Bishop & Co.'a Dank, cor.
XajLiitwiaau and Merchant Streets.
Ooannellor sit Law.
STroarerw Block opposite Catholic
KStnreh, Port Street, Honolulu. II. I.
k D SILLIMAN,
JH JufJ Building. Telephone 213
I5Lu21.ES F. PETERSON
j&MtrnoY at Law and
J. M. KANBAKUA,
Attorney anil Counsellor at
Office. In the Occidental Hotel,
.wrner of King and Alakea Streets,
.W. C AeM. Enoch Johnson.
Attoruovs and Oounsolors
Rfflet No. U West King Street.
P. M. BllOOKS.
Attorney at Law
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B. A. MOTT-SMITH,
HAS MOVED TO THE JUDD
BLOCK. FORT STREET.
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tna fire Insurance Compaiu
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Members Stock and Bond Exchange.
AND DEALERS IN
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Hawaiian Sugar Stock. ....
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403 Calltornln St.,
8an Francisco, Cal.
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llpnitHol tho group.
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223 MERCHANT ST.
Twelvo Chinese Granite Hltcliliif
Posts, $S obcIi.
Property In town.
houses to Lirr.
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Real Estate Apn.
Searcher of Titles . . .
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Member of Hawaiian Stock Exchange.
Mcliierny Block, Fort Streot.
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Room 301, Judd Building.
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Real Estate Broker
FinancWl Agint id Colloctor.
No. 0 Bethel St.. near P.
JOHN H. SOPER
SW ilM Bond Bntv
116 Merchant Slttbt.
A. J. CAMPBELL,
Stock and Bond Broker
Member ol lb. Honolulu Stock Eachaugi,
Ofllco Quoon stroot, opposlto Unlos.
Telephone toft P.O. Boa m.
112 Hotkl Street,
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ipply at the
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EHDS IX SWEjtf HARHONY.
(Continued from page 3.)
mlsslonnrics, which Hie other clement
were not doing. Ho Implored tho con
vention to stop nnd conaldcr a while
before going further. Mr. Intikca con
cluded by speaking to the Hnwnllnns In
tlvlr own language.
ltcv. S. L. Desha followed In Ha
waiian. Mr. Nnbalc was Interpreted by Mr.
Paris. They were called from the va
rious Islands to consider the best In
terests of tho Republican party, but
there wns nothing of thnt In what they
had been bearing. Unless the conven
tion presented sound principles upon
which ho could stand, ho would return
home nnd tako no further Interest In
tho party. When theso rules were sub
mitted they were not supposed to bo
Ironclad, but only a guide for discus
sion of n Bet of rules. It seemed to
him Hint the talk of love for Hawallans
was only n blind. Why had not thoso
gentlemen brought forward a better set
of rules? Chnlrman Smith had done
the best he could for tho Hnwnllnns.
Nobody could deprlvo him of his vote
for a Senator or Representative. Where
would the Hawallans bo today If It
wcro not for tho missionaries?
Charles Wilcox started to speak In
Hawaiian when ho was Interrupted by
Frank Archer, whom tho chairman
compelled to sit down after repented
requests. Mr. Wilcox did not repent
b.s remarks In English. Ho refused to
support the report In detail.
Mr. Archer then was having his say,
when Mr. RobcrtBon called him to or
der. Tho wbolo discussion wns out of
order, tho matter beforo tho houso be
ing Mr. McLcod's amendment to sec
Tho chairman ruled tho point well
taken. He had been nwnro all along
that Mr. Iaukcn and the succeeding
speakers wcro out of order, but as no
gentleman had raised tho point he hail
kept quiet. Ho wanted to give nil n
show. Now thnt the point had been
rnlsed by Mr. Robertson, It was his
duty to sustnln It (Applause.)
Buck to BurtlncRS.
Secretary Hendry lead the amend
ment of Mr. McLcod, providing that no
fees or dues should bo charged to mem
bers of clubs.
Mr. Achl opposeu It. It would pre
vent poor men from being candidates,
for want of funds to pay his deposit
for expenses. Tho more attempts made
to amend theso rules tho better he lik
ed tho work of tho committee.
Mr. Loclienstcln called tho speaker
down after ho had been Bpeaklng sev
eral minutes In Hnwnllnn after bis
English speech, under tho supposed
Mr. Humphreys moved that the gen
tleman liavo unlimited time. Let no
member bo muzzled.
Mr. Achl had by now subsided.
Mr. Hookano moved tho adoption of
tho amendment, which can led without
a dissenting voice and the section pass
ed as amended ami renumbered I, tho
previous section hnvlng been struck
Section 5, duties of olllccrs, passed.
Mr. Robertson moved to amend bec-
tlon C, limiting n fixed night of meet
ing, so ns to leave that to tho club.
Mr. Gear moved to nmenil the ncc
tlon further, to make a quorum, Instead
of "one-fifth," bo "not less than 0110
Mr. Robcitson moved to amend sec
tion 7, to substitute "from tlmo to
tlmo" for tho definite time stated for
meetings of tho revising board. Car
ried. Mr. Hookano moved to strike out
stirplusngo In section 8. Carried.
Geo. W. Smith moved to nmend sec
tion 9, leaving out "annual meeting In
December" for primary election of
Section 10, members ellglhlo for dele
Article I. passed as a whole.
Mr. Iaukea moved that Article II.,
of District Meetings, bo laid on the
table. He repeated, as his reasons for
tho motion, tho sentiments of his
speech at tho opening of tho session.
Should this Artlclo pass, unless the
statement mado regarding tho motive
of those provisions wcro contradicted,
tho Hnwa..ans would have nothing to
do with this party, and ho should bo
tho first to lenvo It. Tho Hawallans
wero a weak pcoplo and bound to suc
cumb In time, but ho would stand by
his people. If tho oxprcssed wIs'J re
ported as coming from ono of tho mis
sionary section wero true, nnd It wcro
countenanced by this party, tho result
would bo that tho Hawallans would
stand together and obtain a Legisla
ture of their own kind.
J. A. Hughes seconded tho motion,
becauso tno rules had not emanated
from this convention. They wero tho
wot k of n machine. Charges had been
mado w..lcli had never been refuted.
C. S. Smith denied that tho commit
tee had not disclaimed rcsponslblllty
for tho expression that had been de
nounced. Gcorgo lions bald the convention
could not nfford nt this time to havo
any dissension In tho ranks of tho Re
publican party. It was tho duty of
members of this commlttco to go on
tho floor nnd say that, so far as they
were concerned, there was no Intention
to deprlvo any Hawaiian of tho fran
chise. Looking around tho houso It
was easy to sco that no attempt had
been mado to deprlvo Hawallans of
their rights. The convention was very
evenly divided, as to nil districts, be
tween tho two races. Ho had always
stood for tho Hawallans nnd would
coiitttnio to do so. With Lorrln An
drews, tho alleged author of tho ob
noxious expression, ho was not ac
quainted, and If that gentleman bad
uttered tho words attributed to him ho
did not dcslro his acquaintance.
C. S. Smith had not thought It
would havo been necessary to' requlro a
statement from tho comnlltteo that
night, after his remarks of tho after
noon. Ho then repented tno assuranco
that tho commlttco bad not been In
fluenced In any wny by the motives de
nounced. i.noch Johnson wanted to know what
all this discussion amounted to, when
tno Congress of tho United States had
given the Hawallans manhood suffrage.
Unless the convention censed this
wrangling tho Hawallans would form
Independent Republican clubs of their
Mr. White renlscd the point of order
that the motion before the houso wns
Mr. Humphreys moved, seconded by
Geo. W. Smith, thnt unanimous con
sent be given the gentleman for un
The clinlrmnn allowed the point well
taken, but In view of Mr. Humphreys'
motion ho overruled the point.
After further remarks by Mr. John
son tho motion was put and lost.
Mr. Knmnuoha moved to refer Ar
ticles II. nnd HI. to a special commit
tee of thirteen. If they discussed all
these rules they would nover get
Oiling Troubled Waters.
John D. Pnrls believed that refer
ence to n commlttco would lmpedo
progress. There hnd been an nttempt
to rush these rules through, which ho
had opposed. A cpmlmtteo rcprcsenl
'lng nil the districts from Ilnwatl to
Nlihau had reported this scheme. It
had been printed so as to be placed In
every delegate's hands. Ho had been
against restricting full discussion, be
lieving in broad Republican principles.
Let them go through with this docu
ment section by section. It was great
ly to bo regretted that personalities
had been indulged In, thnt tho race
question hud been Introduced Into this
convention. Remember thnt wo aro ad
Americans. Remember that we are
gathered under that flag. Remember
thnt wo belong to tho party to which
Lincoln belonged, and transact our
business ns by the people, for tho peo
ple, for tho best interests of theso Ha
wnllan Islands. Mr. Pnrls repeated his
address in Hnwnllnn. Ho wns loudly
applauded while speaking In both lan
guages. C. II. Wilson endorsed the remarks of
Tho Chair I presumo thnt Mr. Ka-
uinuoha will withdraw his motion.
Mr. Kaniauolia I withdraw.
Section 1, district comlmttces to con
Rlst of delegates from precinct clubs,
Mr. Gear moved to strike out section
2, ns embonying tho principles de
nounced that evening, it required pay
ment of dues to committees by dele
gates beforo being allowed to sit. Car
ried. G. W .Smith moved an amendment o
new section 2, to leave out stated dates
of district meetings, and substltuto tho
call of tho Territorial committee. Car
Mr. Gear moved to amend section :i
by giving district committees twice as
mnny delegates to tho Territorial Cen
tral Comnlltteo ns Representatives to
the Legislature instead of as many.
Sir. ltobertson moved to strllto out
the section. Ho believed the conven
tions nominating candidates for tho
Leglslatuio should also elect tho Ter
ritorial Central Committee. Otherwise
ono body might bo nomlnntlng candi
dates, and another body managing
1 elr campaigns. In our mixed popula
tion such n thing would bo llnblo tj
Mr. Gear withdrew his amendment,
and tho motion to strike out carried.
New section 3, Republicans eligible
ns delegates, passed.
Mr. Johnson moved nn amendment to
section -1, striking out what ho deemed
Mr. lions thought tho attacked sen
The bectlon passed without change.
It defines tho functions of district com
mitter. Mr. Robertson moved to amend scc
1.011 5, so ns to admit of special as well
as regular meetings, nnd subject to
Mr. Gear naked leave to Insert a new
article, to bo Article HI., tho succeed
ing ono to bo IV. It wns to tho effect
that, "No meeting of precinct or dis
trict clubs shall bo held unless notlco
shnll bo given, through tho papers or
otherwise, of not less than two days."
Mr. Iloyd wanted It six days, us did
Mr. McCann. To save tlmo Mr. Gear
accepted tho amendment.
W. J. Lowrlo thought some delegate
wcro terribly suspicious. They nad tho
telephone on Mnul and ho could notify I
ovcrybody In n few minutes. Two daya
wcro as good ns two years. If you aro
going to do anything go to work nnd
don't talk about It a week.
Mr. Boyd replied that many Hawa
llans mid no telephones. They wero
Biisplclous of Ameilcau politics.
The artlclo passed.
Mr. Robertson moved to nmend sec
tion 1 of Artlclo IV., Territorial Central
Committee, relating to election and
term of delegates. Carried.
Mr. Gear moved to striko out section
2, requiring annual dues of ?25 of niem-
Mr. Robertson moved to striko out
section 3, referring to tlmo of meetings.
Carried. Ho then moved nn amend
ment to now section 2, embodying tho
suujeci mailer mruen. urn ui mu inu-
vious section. Carried.
wow section a, mccung in rsovemucr,
Artlclo passed as amended.
Artlclo C, Primaries.
Old Snng Struck.
C. S. Smith said this was the article
complained of so much, with regard
to 15 days' prior membership ns quali
fication for voting at primaries. Ho
moved to male tho time ono day. On
Mr. Gear's remarking that It did not
seem to mnko any difference, Mr. Smith
said tho object was to provent repeat
ing. Mr. Humphreys contended thnt as
(Continued on pago 7.)
WM, i. IHT7I
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National Bank op San Franoiboo.
San Fhancirco Tho Novndn Nntlonn
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Chicago Morchnnts National Bank
Paris Credit Lyonnalg.
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nd Exchange Business.
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.otters of Credit issued, avftil
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Interest allowed after Jul
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months 3 per cont., 0 month
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Savings Doposlts will be
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Hank at four and ono-half por cent,
Prlntod copies of tho Rules and Reg
ulations may boobtainod on application.
Oltlce at bank building on Merchant
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ASSETS, DEC. 31. 1898, 1112,677.57
Money loaned on approved security
A Savings Bank for monthly deposits
Houses built on the monthly install-
men' pir .
Twentieth Serl - of Stock Is now
OFFICERS T. F. Lansing, Presl
dent; S. B. Roso, Vlco President; C. B
Gray. Treasurer; A. V. Gear, Socretary
DIRECTORS T. F. Lnnslng. S. B
Rose, A. V. Gear, A. W. Kccch, Henry
Smith, J. L. McLean, J. D. Holt, C. B
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A. V. GEAR,
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Subscribed Capital .... Yen 24,000,000
Paid Up Capital Yen 18,000,000
Reserved Fund Yen 8,000,000
The Bank buyB and receives for col
lection Bills of Exchnnge, Issues Draft!
and Letters of Credit, ana transacts
a general banking business.
Oo Filed Deposit for n uunttii, 4 ftr inl t ,
On Fixed Depoilt (or 6 nonthf, )H "
On Filed Depoilt lor 1 moi, 1
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lied Depoelt for ii months, jK per cent p. ,
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c b ox
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O, Achl President & Manager
K. Nakulua Vice President
J. Makalnai Truaauror
Enoch Julinton fjaooiotarj
Geo. L. Ittsurt ..". .Auditor
BOARD OF DIRECTORS:
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or sell ands In all parts of the Hawaiian
Inlands; and also lis houses hi the City
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P. O. Jones, Vice-President
O. H. Coorr, Cashier,
F. C. Athrrton, Assistant Cnshior.
Henry Water houso,
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OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS.
Cecil Brown , President
M. P. Robinson Vice-President
W. O. Cooper CaBhler
E. M. Boyd Secretary
Directors Cecil Brown, Mark P.
Robinson, Bruco Cartwrlght, W. Q.
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Australia Tho Union Bank of Aus
Canada Bank of Montreal.
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Corner Alakea and HalekauwIlaSts.,
Has a large assortment of
Chandeliers and Elec
Constantly on Hand.
Estimates given for house wiring
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Marine Wiring a specialty.
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