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' EV&MrUl fYOLLETtN, HOMOLULU. T. H., ATUff)AT. At'd. 2T, 1
a, (Continued trom Face 1,1
P.vT Olcacon, nobcrt Holhrnn, Tho
J'cdro, 8. M. Knmaknla.
Dissension of a rather decided or
der npiioarcd nt Hip mectlnc held In
1 ho seventh of tho fourlli, the Kaka
ako precinct. Thn trouble bciran when
Ixiuls Kann, In the. "Interests of hnr
mony," presented ft motion to the
effect that, alnco something Ilka. Ihrft
slates had nppearetl on the linrlmn.
It would ho better to leave, tlio so
lection of nil official slnto to the, exo
cnllvo committee. ThlR, appeared to
he nRrccable and the motion wax sec.
onded hy Klemmo, who Is alljincd with
the Cohen forces. It was only agree
able, however, until the Cohen sup
porters discovered that Charles Mart
let!, manager of the Honolulu Drew
cry was upon tho executive commit
tee. Cohen was then Immediately and
dccldcly In opposition but as tho mo
tion bad carried thcro was nothing
to bo done, The executive commit
tee proceeded to agreo iion a ticket
that would be satisfactory to thn pro
duct, the samo procedure that was
adopted by Andrew Adams In the Ka
hukti precinct and to which objection
was also raised.
Tho actual facets involved In tho
nominations and selection of tho pre
cinct slato by tho executive commit-
teo appear to ho. In some doubt.
Cohen declares that the onlclal slate
Included tho name of Scully and Wat
erman, whom ho declares wcro not
iirtually in nomination ut all.
Tho opiiosltlon Insists that no nomi
nations wcro made nt all, that sim
ply placing tho names of tho candi
dates upon the table does not consti
tute nomination that In consequence
thcro is only one ticket In tho field
and that will bo the only ticket sub
mitted to tho voters of the precinct
nt tho primaries.
It Is understood that tho Cohen fac
tion will curry thn fight to before the
If machlne-mado politics otor re
ceived a blnck eyo it certainly got it
good nnd plenty at the republican pre
cinct meeting of the First Precinct of
thn Fourth District in Kalmukl last
0er ISO wero presort, nnd In Mm
neighborhood of 25 now members
signed t lici roll before tho meeting
was called to order.
The first simmers of tho political
pot wcro heard when E. A. Douthitt
took the floor a second after nomtna
lions wcr6 closed and in a lengthy
speech refuted tho acculsttlon which
ho snld had been made against ,hlm
by Ed. Towse to tho effect that lio
was part nnd parcel of tho "machine."
Ho declared that ho had no ax to
grind, was looking for no office, but
simply took the. Interest manifested
for tho sako of seeing Kalmukl pre
cinct go ahead. Douthttt denied tho
fact that ho was ruled by any out
sldo ring. Ho accused Mr. Towse of
circulating tho story that ho (Doutlv
itt) was trying to run tho Kalmukl
precinct under instructions from the
ring or machlno manipulators.
pirectlng his remarks direct to
Towso ho said:
"Mr. Towso camo to mo somo
llmo ngo and asked mo to
place him on the ticket. I could boo
no way to do it and Mr. Towso
went out to pull the wool over tho
eyes of tho oters. It Is time this kind
of dirty politics Is eliminated. I don't
tight, but when I do fight, I light In
Ed. Towso udmittej having asked to
lio placed on tho ticket and said: Mr.
Douthitt' replied that he would see
about It. Douthitt "You wanted to
Kot on tho slato didn't you?" Towse
"Yes, but I couldn't because I wos not
nn Andrews' man." Continuing Mr.
Towso said "Ho did nut consult any.
liody, none of tho men In tho district
at any rato. Ho has set himself up
to bo nbsoluto dictator. Mr, Dan Lo
gan and others depended upon him for
lecognttlon when Mr. Logan was not
Included on that ticket and he said
be would fix It with Duffandcau.
"Androws has made mistakes, he Is
down and he has my sympathy, but
thcro has been a plat to shove through
certain slatos mado up In town, not In
tho precinct. This has been going on
over slnco last February when An
lrows was appointed. If Iluffandoau
had to bo seen before Logan got onto
tho ticket It la very evident whero
tho control comes from. If Andrews
was employed to organize tho pro
clnct Douthitt was chosen to nrrango
tho machlno hero. I don't projwso to
yield to bis dictation, Why has not
y ono tho right to go to tho conven
tion? Douthltt's connection with An
drews shows tho attempt to control
thlH district from tho outside, It wns
only through threat of an open declar
ation that Logan was dually placed
on tho ticket. Douthitt was tho ugont
of Andrews heforo Hit. luttor's down,
A number of short speeches wero
inaili) hy Mr. Until, Mr. .ogau, Mr.
Hermit and others who did not inliicn
lliclr words or liuou ono kuomIiik us to
tlm munnliiK of llieni, It wns evldinil
from wlmi whh snhl Hint "h mu
I'lilim" liml linen fully mid mimlMak
ithly HI nlo to th fuel Unit inuililiin
Hindu youils III lliu HUM ft ilpltulv
ttvM r". ;: '.r. tfc -rr-.'.s? lira??!?.
zz.i that :hy r.-?uli t? : ir. th?'.r
gencrillsii If (h'py .cut .11 bM '&-' far
as Palolo and KalmuUl wcro concern-en-
- - ,
Areordlng to a few people who came
n I from Knliukii, tho meeting last
night in th:Ir precinct was one-sided.
That tho plantation magnates had con
trol of the meeting was the expression
today by somo of tho Kahukit people.
They claim that Wm. Itnthhurn, the
president of the club was pracllcnlly
nailed down hy Andrw Adams, the
manager of Knhuku Plantation,
Shortly after Ttathburn bad called
the. meeting to order Adams made a
motion that the conilderatlnn of the
nominees for delegates to tho Terri
torial nnd County Convention bo loft
to tho Kxcutlvo Committee Instead
of leaving it to tho meeting. His mo
tion wns seconded by another planta
tion man and carried.
In tho eleventh of tho Fifth, whore
Aehl resides, there was a tug-of-wur
contest bit ween Aehl and Knnm-Kaea
factions. Kama demanded of secre
tary I'nt Sllvn the precinct roll book
so that lie could take It nutsldn nn '
have his prospeetlte supporters reg
Islor tholr names.
"Oho mo that roll book so that I
can take It outside an 1 liavo iu
frlfnds sign their names," demanded
Kama of Sllvn.
"If they want to sign their nam'
lei them como to tho room." ripllci
S.lva. "This Is tho p-opcr place foi
them to sign and not outside."
Ajlctt, V. II.
E. n. Hath. A,
First of Fourth.
County Dan Ldgan,
V. Clark, V. SL Noa, Ed. Towse, W.
If. Kalllmal, Charles Lucas, Joclntho
Costa, Snm Stono, W. P. Kamal, W.
C. Ashley and E. -A. Douthitt.
Second of Fourth.
Territorial Convention A. I.. C. At
kinson, Cecil Drown, Jos. K. Clark, F.
V. Macfarlanc, George W, Macy,
County Convention John W. Kclkl,
Chas. Komna Kcaloha, A. St. C. Plln
nala, Moses Kekahto, Thos. P. Cum
mliiR, J. K. Mcrseberg, J. II. Doyd,
Henry Van Olcson, Henry Paoa Hao
lae, John Kalml, Sylvester Knhlktaole,
D. A. Hulole, Isaac Ilarbottln, D. K.
Kaca. Ed. Wongham, (Senrge H, Paris.
Third of Fourth.
Territorial Convention Alfred I).
Cooper, (ilotnnul A. Lous.
County Contention V. 11. Char
lock. (Knrge P. Denlron, Henry Frel
t.is, J. D. Ignnclo J. I). Enos, Jno. Ka
llmapehu, Cliarics Kupahu, Ebcn P.
Low, I E. Steero B. von Damm,
Territorial Convention E. Duffan
dcau, Ccorgo Malle.
County Convention Chas. Kupahu
Mnka Mlkasobc, John Illckey (Paalu
hi), J. Vivlschnves, M. C. Undo. J. F.
Lewis, Lorrln Andrews, Snm F. Nott.
Dr. llruc-o MoV. Mackall.
Thos. Forrekt Ticket'
County Convention O. W. Scott.
Fourth of the Fourth.
Territorial Convention Chas. F.
Chllllngworth, John S. Walker, T. II.
Petrle. W. II. Hoogs, H. D. Ilowcn, W.
County Conontlon (no contest J.
P. Cooke, It. W. Urcckons, J. Illchards,
II. Kolomoku, J. M. Little, J. II. Craig.
Georgo A. D.ils, G. Schutnan, Gcorgo
E. Smithies. F J. Krugor, F. C. Smith
Jchn Watorbouse, S. D. Ilose, J, II.
Fisher, C. II. Coo'te, W. F. Drake, R.
W. Shingle, J.' J. Uelser. W. II. Drum
Fifth of the Tourth.
Tonltoral Convention E. A. C.
Lett',- II. C. Mohr. W. C. Pnrke, Wil
liam Tliomi.son, D. L. Wlthlngton.
County Convmllon C. 0. Uallen-
tyno, a. II. Drown, W. W, Chamber
lain. 0, II. Cottrell, Clins. Croiler, W.
W. Harris, Edwin Hughc3. Chus. Ilus
tace Jr., Fred laukoa. W, J. Karrattl,
J. A. Kennedy. T. V. Kin?, J. W.
Lloyd, Carlo. A. Long. F. 1). I-owrey,
Jack Lucas, E. II. Paris. K. D. Porter,
F. E. Richardson J. E. Santos, C.
Strom, O. C. Swain, Clareuco Water
man, J. A. Williams, C. W, Zleglcr.
Sixth of Fourth.
Territorial Convention (two )'ck
e.U); First Jo'j Ilutchclor, Geo, Kallllka
no, John Ollvcira.
Second .lobjlatcliolor, Wm, N. Ka-
anoano, Chas, Papalku.
Couuty Cumcntlon (two tlckots):
First Chos, M. Coster, J. M. Kealo
ha. John Kaana, A, T. Bright, Henry
Kano, Apakl Manuwal, Dick Pnnaowa,
Jos, Luahlwa, Sol. Hnnohano, John
Second Chas. Coster, John P. Men
dlola, John II. Ollvelrn, John Jlahlal,
Clias. Kealolm, Icvl K. Kalelepuhc,
Ilenjamlu Wright, 1 M, Koaimul, Ko-
ohlkll, II. 1
Seventh of Fourth.
Terrltoilul Convention Kola Pirn,
Emll Waterman, J. K. N'nklla,
County Contention I', J. Mithuka.
I' .1C, Corkott. 0. Charlock, John Hilo,
Jr., John llllo, Hr.. Win. Jiiirlmltle,
lluiry Klemiiie, Clins, llnrllclt, Clins.
Olo, Louis K. Kaiio, Mixes Wllo, Ju(k
A sivond llcknl was ns follows:
(Jnuniy rmni'iitlmi -j: k l.lllkalu-
lit, i 0. CoIhii, ,, (), Quimi, Tlio. h'n.
kullu, (!iiis Din, lleiii) hiiiiiiii, J.
Illlu, Jr., J, llllo, Hr,, Mixwt Wliv,
TttiY. xy.-;, :
E.S.th cf rey-th.
lerruoriai Contention C J r.tll ,
A. ,D, Castro, John C Lane.
County fnnvenllon-r-J. r. KcUart
Wm. Luoan, II. T.-'I-iko, . p. Wood!
O. II. t).nls. Vlnc-tit FernnndOA Jr..
H. Perrelra, M. I,. Do Ponte, J. A. It
Vlerra, I). M. Woodward, J. K. Wood
ward, Samuel IMrkor, J. K. Knmano-r-lu.
Ninth cf Fourth,
Territorial Convention C. L.
Crnbbe, Paul J.,Jarrett, David P. IIa.
nale. John T. Mllohell. Paul Smith.
County Convention (olghtern to
be erected) John Mnroallluo ('lint.
Opuntil. H. E. Murray". 0m. J. CTNViu,
C. W. nonrar. John Mitchell. Arthur
K, Arnold. L. li Twomoy, H. D. King
Ed Kogarty. 8. W. K'alelklnl. Jack Ka
hnnakaln, John Kahoomtha, J. W. Wal.
pan. A. V. Gear. It, H. Worrall, S. W.
Parker, Ed. Woodward, Eugeno K.
Allen, Henry Esplniln, II. If. Kohler.
S. L. Aylotl. Frank Cokor. Bum Kipl.
J. P. Itogo. 0. S. Wright. Knlanl Po
tors, W. I,. Welsh. II. E. Ncwliin, A.
O. K. E.iHt. .las. E. Shenhnn. J. W. Ka
watpno. J. II. Miilhnlland. Rlmpson
Decker, Jaa P. Wlnna. Morris Iloscn
blcdt. Jno Kuhcy, Arthur J. Sptlior,
Francis Wong l.cong, J. K. Simpson,
C. J. Holt.
Tenth of Fourth,
Nominations for tho County Conven
tion on the sncnll'd Hod slato were:
It. N. Iloyd J. Munt. David Kaahn
mil, Kauhl Instead of Kaoti, Frank
Fo '-r Instead of Sam Kaaumoana, 0.
L l-orenson, Sam Nuiianii. A. Huku
elo. William Knott. Sam Walker. Joe
Liters, Charles Corrclo and John Mnt-tr
Ni mlnoes for Territorial delognteit
on tno Iloyd ulalo wero Ham Mann,
i;avi,i i)io in, r. ai. Knboa and X AM
Tho Wise -Into County:
Caesar M. Ilottencourt. A. McCnbo,
Eddlo McCorrlston, Sam Kaaumoana
John Ko. A. K, Kaeo, A. Q. Marcnlllno,
Frank Mclntyre, Frank Ollvelrn, John
SotiM. J. II. Wise, Albert Woodward
and I). Katama.
Territorial il'legatcs: Lima Knuna
ele, J, II. S. Kaleo, Snm Mnnu nnd
"nimNT WANT NEW
Second of Fifth.
Territorial Convonllr.ii Henry Cobb
County Convention Frank Pulilii, P.
II. Kollott. Jr., David Wntrou. D. II.
Fifth cf Fifth.
Watalua. Territorial Convention A.
S. Mjliaulu, Albert N'aukana, John
County Convention AndrUw E. Co,
Oscar Cox, S. K. Mahoe. W. W. Good
nle, Edward Hore Manuel Souzn, John
L. Katau, Charles Kukea, Ituel Kin
ney, Cllrtord Kimball.
Tho Ewa Mill nominations were as
Territorial Convention George Itcn
ton County Convention Gcorgo F. Ron
ton, Thos. O'Dowda, F. E. Greenfield,
Joo Fernnndoz, David Douglass.
Ninth of Fifth.
Territorial Contention C. C. James,
County Convontlon II. Alapal, S
Mahelonn. J. P. Dlas, J. Miiukoll, A.
Mnwao, Ed. Moreno, Col. Knox.
Territorial Convention E. J, Craw
ford, C. I). Malle.
County Convention Ceo. F Wright,
I. A. McGulro. Harry Orcgson, Chas,
Kauhano, Sol. Paanola. It. K. Karrat
tl, Chas Huluua.
Aehl ticket J. Kalana, Tom Kco-
land, B. Mabclona, II. Alapal, Geo.
Wright. Chos. Holona Ed. Moreno.
S. Mnholona, El, Moreno and II. Ala
pal wlthdiew fioui tho latter tlckot.
Three tickets wero put In. known
a 8 tl.o organization, Wlfo niul Acht
Eleventh cf the Fifth.
County W. C. Aehl, S. C. Dwlght,
Pat Sllvu, Sam Pulehu Knlols, F. l--r-naudcz,
Sam Paulo, Henry Vlerrn,
Territorial Harry Aula, Wm. Lnn,
Wm. IUither. '
Torrltoilal N. .Fernandez, Stophcn
Mnlmulu, J. I). Tucker.
County Eddlo Drew, Otei. Kaea, D.
K. Kama, J. Kauau, J. Kninno, P. Ka
nae. II. K. Kane, W. K.'HImcrwm.
N, Fernandez Is not at present In
Tw,slfth of Fifth,
Territorial Convention J. K. Man
nakea. County Contention A. 8. Knlciopn,
Illcliard Lano, Harry Kaliale.
Thirteenth of Fifth.
Territorial Convention M. C. Ama
na, S. P. Correa, A. I' Judd.
County Contention E. Alii, Sam
Palm. Kaokalunl, W. Hull, Thornlon,
llaiola ami Naisileun Hon Zahlon, I). K. Hoaplll, A. U Cas
tle. Henry Peters, J. U Fleming,
Fourteenth of Fifth.
Kukahuiin ticket: Territorial Con
vention Chas. II. Dickey. County Con
vention Will Carey. John Davis, John
Miiihiido, Ed, K. Malnl, H. K. Pedin.
Ilent ticket: Teriltorliil Convenlloii
Wllllo Crawford, I) K Akwal.
Kupulaiil ticket Turilliirlnl Conveii
Itott Wllllo Kwnl I'diik mid A K M
orni County Contention Chang
CIihii Clinilm Kanekna (Ipnign Kno
lap), J II hum K. KdHiltllll, WIIHh K. It'o
ii hh, M I'ahla, Mulsluu, II I. Hluir-
WAILUKU, Maul. Aug. 2C. -The
special mooting of the? Republican
club of the Fifth Precinct tWal.
lukii), Mini I county, hold nt tho
Wn.'Iukii Town Halt on Tuesday
evening, Augiifct 2.1, nnd pror.lded
over by Presldnnt II. II. Penhallow,
was one oi tho Inrgeit nttendod meet
liign of this prerlnct rluh held for a
long time. Secretary 0, 11. Sohrao
dor read inliiu'pi of tho Inst moit
tug, which wc.'o reread on motion
of Senator W. T. Robinson and ap
proved on second leading.
The president explained that the
object of tho meeting was to
straighten out the roll hook.
Mr, Keoln than arose and submit
ted thn following resolution, which
was sent up to the secretary's desk
to be read by that official;
"WhoioaH. Section 21 of the Rulej
nnd Regulation! of tho Republl. an
Party of tho Territory of Hawn'l,
adopted February 7, 19Ufi, Article 1,
give tho various pteolnct clubs the
right to make rules for tholr gov
eminent as Lhoy ceo lit; nnd
"Whereas, The roll book of thU
preoiiHt iMub was fVrst opened In
1000 and has not boon revised since,
and now contains on Its pages over
300 names, nbi ut 250 of whom arc
redding within this precinct, while
no loss than Blxty have either io
moved to other precincts or ills
trlrtrt or huve J.ilne.l the throng In
the Grout llojond; nnd
"Whereas, There 'tiro about ISO
true Republicans, morn or loss. In
this precinct, and It is therefore evi
dent that there are more than 100
names on our prec net roll book who
are members of other political organ
izations In this precinct: nnd
"Whcreaii, It Is the highest aim or
all true, hontit nnd slnrcro Repub
licans to open a new nnd up-to-date
prrrlnct roll book, by ollmlnat.'ng
tho names of the dead, w'hoso mem
ories, however, wo revere and honor;
therefore, ho It
"Resolved, by tho members of the
Fifth Precinct Club of tho Third
Representative Dlsttlot, Territory of
Hnwall, In meetiig nssonihleil. Tint
tho -president be empowered to ap
point n committee of flte members,
of which tho president mill scorn
ury shall ho r officio members, ifor
the purpose of causing n re-reglstra-
tlnn of nil RopiibllrnnS In this pre
etict. In accordant) with Section 11,
Article 7, Goner tl Provisions of K.ild
Rules mid Rogulnttons of tho Re
publican Party of tho Torrltory of
"(Sgd.) JAS. N. K. KEOLA.
"Walluku, Maul, Aug. 23, 1910."
Judge A. N. Kepolkal rose nnd ob
jected to the resolution on tho
ground that IIioeo who had signed
the roll could not bo eliminated, as
their names am there for nil time,
The speaker icfeired to the mover
of tho icboIiiUuii ns n kind of sore
head bo.uuse of hla defeat nt the
primaries four years ago and recent
ly nt the prohibition plebiscite.
Mr. Kcala was roon on his feet
uutl asuured the last speaker that
defeat at both the primaries and
plebsclto did not Influence him In
anywise, hut cnly after mature
thought for tho licit welfare of tho
paity In order to exclude there who
make It a prnctUe to sign rolln of
vailous primal lea for thoexprczs pur-
pce of running these primaries for
their hellish Inleicilx, hud he. Intro
duced tlio re.iclutlon.
Senator Robinson moved to lay the
resolution on the table, ho calming
that -froni gyroiul knowlejgo there
wero about thlrt) coed Republicans
in Walluku und nunc, of t)om
straight Rcpuhllcana, and It seemed
to him uu Impossible task to deter
mine, who U who from bit li u mess
According to the speaker, the major
ity on the roll belong to other par
ties, but thnt was no reason for a
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G. Maxwell favored tho motion to in i.tees of but htho Dcmo:ratlc und Iples rtlll lianif JS In tho mlndrt
tablo for various reusons. "j Home Rulo parties, cniidliTatPH who t tho majority, the motion to ad-
The mot.n to table tl.o rcsolu ran for offices during previous elec 9 ."t ",!,,ly ncce",,", w,th0li)t
Hon was first put and lost on it tlons. In othor parties, nnd men who ''''rifere'wns a general rush for tho
standing vote of 2G to 22. nre even tojay bitterly opposed 10 do0 BM, ,ace wng tooI1 ,n dark.
"Knnalua was then raited be- tho Repuhnnu party In any shape ne.g
cause some of thoe standing were or form. I
not membors. Yet many of thoso who voted to " '
The roll wns then railed and the table the resolution declared lii'sup-' A ymlI1B mnn who Pcak8 trom ex'
motlon to tablo was rnrrled hy u port of their action Hint cten thoso Prl"co ""V" It Is easier to keep
vote of 31 to 22. men who now enjoy high offices tompany with a girl than It Is to keep
When tho loll was called. It was parties opposed to the Hepuhllcun.'11 "'
noticed that the list contained tho party wcro still Republicans nt Feminine conceit Is often tho result
names of the pruient president of heart. And with Hint thrill of such of masculine flnttory.
tho Democratic pru inct club of Wal- brilliant contentions by such em!- Obstinacy In others Is the same ns
tukil, membcru on the exccutlvo com- nent expounders of Republican prill- firmness in yourself.
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reuovntun, slucu they have also de
clared themcoltes ns Republicans,
notwithrtaiidliig thoio wasn't a sin
gle straight Republican In Walluku, I
and lu order that WalluKu may have I
a Republican party or words to that I
effect, the speaker favorod tabling!
J. K. Kahoo'ielo spoke on the rules
and the great no entity for remodel
ing the roll hook Ho had a lt
which lin had obtained from thouo
high In authority In other political
parties, which he could substniitlato
boforo nny tilbuuul empowered for j
Juiuiuiii (iurcla was In futor of tlio
resolution, but ho was not In fntor
of excluding iinyi.no of the beuofuc
torn of tho Republican party on tho
na)-m of iiiiono without Hiibstiintlnl
(Icorgn II Ciiiiimlugs wauled tn
know the status of the pimuiit offi.
L'urs v.'liu we ulr led by the pre,
out mixed uu iiiuiiibois,
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