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IAIIjY PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, MAY 2, 189:i.
Tnr.Y determine on se
A. Bctnnnd for the Restoration
of the Monarchy Favored.
About forty delegates of the Hawai
ian Pntrmtto T-.irrno mf-t In cnnvpn
tion yesterday morning: at 10 o'clock
in Arion hall. Rev. K. H. Timoteo
openel the meet in with prayer.
Atnonir the visitors present were
noticed John A. Cummins, Captain
John Iloss, J. S. Kmerson, Hon. A.
Marques and Rev. Sj. Kaili.
Hon. Joseph Nawahi was in the
chair. He requested that representa
tives of the press, who were present
by courtesy of the league, would give
a straight-forward account of the pro
ceedines of the convention. The fol
lowing delegates were present:
LIST OF DELEGATES.
Hawaii. S. T. Tiihonu, II. "West,
I). Hoakimou, J. II. Halawale, 8. II.
K. Ne, W. K. N. Kanealii and K. M.
Maul Thos. Clark, T. B. Lyons, J.
Kealoalii, I)av!J Kanuha, Kapono
op!o, S.W. Kaaf, J. Kamakele, J. Ka
luii. and R. Makekau.
Molokai. A. I', Paehaole, S. K.
Piiapoo, J. K. Kaiheopuolani, J. N.
Uahinui, K. Kahalehuli, D. Jllmeni
and Sj. K. Kekoawal.
Kauai. J. A. Akina, D. W. Kama
lilkane, Jno. Molokai, 8. I'. Kaleikini,
O. W. Maliikoa and Chas. Kaho.
Oahu. D. W. I'ua, Keawe, Nau
kana, 8. Kailieha, P. 8. Keiki, J. K.
Kaupu, IX K. Keliimoku, J. P. I'ren
dergast, Kimo and J. L. Kaulukou.
On motion of A. I'. Paehaole, the
chair apjKinted J. A. Akinu of
Kauai, A. P. Paehaole of Molokai,
and Henry West of Hawaii, a com
mittee on credentials. They reported
the commissions of the delegates were
found to be correct.
J-- legates reported as follows :
J. z iuomea, of South Ililo, said
that h listrict has not drawn up a
resolutiu . owing to lack of time.
8. K. Ne, of North Kohala, said
that Lie was instructed ny nis iiisinci
to act on the following points: To re
store the Queen; to preserve inde
pendence ; and to oppose annexation.
A. P. Paehaole said that the sig
natures to the petitions from the
whole islands represent the senti
ments of the Hawaiian people. He
moved a special committee be ap
pointed to examine the petitions.
Vice-President Bipikane favored
each delegate presenting the resolu
tions passed by their respective clubs.
A. P. Paehaole was appointed by
the president to examine the reports
Of the delegate.
The president selected J. A. Cum
mins, honorary president, to see U.
S. Commissioner James H. Blount
and inquire what time he would be
pleased to meet the delegates.
T. Clark objected to the hasty pro
ceedings in sel cting a committee to
call on the commissioner. He said
that the business before the house
was too important to be discussed
hurriedly. It was love of country
that brought him to this convention,
and he came to carry out the earnest
wishes of his constituents.
J. Richardson argued that the reso
lutions be drawn up by a select com
mitteee in secret session.
T. Clark said that this convention
was the most important ever held in
these island. It was a convention
held for the welfare of the Hawaiian
people. It was the first of its kind in
the history of Hawaii nei.
The president appointed the follow
ing committee of live to prepare a
resolution for presentation to Com
missioner Illount: J. E. Bush, T.
Clark, S. H. K. Ne, J. A. Akina, and
The delegates were then presented
by their various chairmen to the Hon
orary President, J. A. Cummins. Pre
sident Jos. Nawahi and Vice Presi
dents Kaunamano and J. . Bipikane
of the Hawaiian Patriotic League.
Honorary President J. A. Cummms
made a few remarks to the delegates.
Delegate A. P. Paehaole, on behalf
of Ahe delegates, replied, showinghigh
appreciation of the kindly remarks
that fell from Mr. Cummins' hps.
Their president had stated the real
sentiments of the Hawaiian people.
President Nawahi said that Gcdhad
assembled together in this place the
delegates from the various islands to
rtiow the.r undying love for their
country. The women also have taken
nr) the cause with the same spirit as
Sfe met.. was sure that they had
nut aside all petty dillercnces. Al
though a few are in favor of annexa
tion yet God is merciful enough o
bring such erring ones into the fold
'aeaiit We have no other home but
iSwaii We have no right to barter
; JwSytbe country which we are
building up for our children.
Tf was God's bountiful mercy
hat gave us Hawaii. . There
fore love the country given to
us bv our ancestors. Patriotic Ha
waihfnsare respected by toijjgnenj
for they themselves love their own
country and would not be induced to
barter7 away their habitation for
nDelefete Paehaole handed in his re
port on the petitions from the country
districts. The committee found that
renorts are embraced under four
heads: (D To perpetuate independence-(2
to oppose annexation; (3) to
SSSetuate the monarchy; (4) tocon
tfnue the Hawaiian flag as the flag of
Hawaii The report was adopted.
W. P. Kanealii explained the
causes leading to the organization of
the Hawaiian Patriotic League. He
iha2Ed to 'find that the
TWJDle. from Hawaii to JNiiuau, uae
:Sbe$3 the .command of their queen
given on January 14, 1S93, wuen sue
told her people to return to their
'homes and preserve the peace. In
deed peace had been kept with re
T K Kanlia made a few remarks.
- The committeo of five on resolu
tions appeared to present a report.
J Schardson favored the report
beiiff made in secret session It ought
not to be made public yet. He moved
fbat all except delegates be guested
to go out while the resolution was
for objecting to outsider bearing t hi-
i i-.-v nuiiou. ne wouni rainer e; oik
thousand foreigners present to hear it,
( I tl 1 II a rf L--.L-ni "1
r Pir.l. r,. ... 1 .I,,. ..c.l.-fT,-..,
being kept fceeret, and only to be read
therefore moved a resolution to that
elt-et, which carried.
Besides the delegates, there were
about ieople, 'mostly native-,
present. The audience began to Ii.--
per-e while the lat resolution was
being put, and shortly afterwards the
tlrt, and probably the last couven
tion that the Hawaiian Patriotic
League will ever hold, adjourned.
THE WAY IT ENDED.
The Only Man Who Ever Bent
Lunins!. Leaves on the Mo
J. V. Liming was acquitted yes
terday morning lv Judge Foster
on a charge of impersonating a
custom house officer. The charge
was preferred by C. II. Wet more,
a correspondent of the Chicago
Tribune. It will he remembered
that Luninz stopped Wetmore's
nassnort on last Wednesday morn
ing and the newspaper man retali
ated by having the collector ar
rested on the charee mentioned.
Luning denied that he claimed
to he a government officer but ad
mitted that he said he was a col
As soon as Judsre roster cave
his decision yesterday, Luning
Miisprl fliM tvhpI nf the law to he
... w . . . w . -
set in motion to get even on Wet-
more, by filing against him a suit
lor ifoOOO damages lor lalse arrest.
Tli nanprs wero made out and
the summons was placed in the
hands of Captain ychlernmer to
serve on the defendant. The oflicer
searched Lierh and low for the cor
respondent and about 2 :30 p.m. he
located his man on board of tue U.
S. S. Mohican. A shore boat was
engaged and when the ship's ladder
was readied the oliicer sent up a
... - - - l iiic niu; b yn us ia uciug ooiitc jiaii
request to see the newspaper man, t0 seUle the difliculties here perma
but Wetmore would not come down, nently."
and in turn he invited tho oliicer
on deck, hchlemmer could not
board the vessel to serve the papers
so he returned to shore, and later
in the day Mr. Wetmore left on the
warship, bound for the land ox ice.
In addition to being an angry
man. Limine is out some court
From San Diego to 3Iexico.
It is only twenty short miles. And
such miles! The rido bv rail is
through an avenue of palms the
onlv thintr of tho kind in the world.
I believe. And if you go to Mexico
by carriage from oau Diego you
rlr-irrtx nlmnci nil iia wav fhrrkiKrh
gold and yellow groves of oranges
and lemons. Now and then you
COUIO IU It U SI lx ii l a v cvi yi
colored olive trroves: and now aud
then you pass a sqnare of sunlit and
nnnrlAt. rrrmvn bnslies tbat bnrn and
cdismn and plow like little tields of
fire; but as a rule the oraDge and
tho lemon wall you in all tho way
from the city of San Diero to the
Mexican town of Tia Jnana. Hero
is a custom house; an' here some
huge and uucouth monuments mark
the artincial line of the two iwepuo
And yet four yoars ago there was
hardly an orange or lemon grove to
ho found between oan JJ.ero ana
This orancro carden of tho iroJs
has a strange history. Some years
as'o two brothers. Kimball by name
hrncrbt all tho land from San
Diego to Mexico, 40,000 acres for
40,000, and began to lead water
on it. For you must know
hat. this vast and varied 6ea
bank of poppies and a thousand
other flowers i?, or was before water
came, for three fourths of the year
practically a desert, and would hardly
sustain a grasshopper. And yet it
riih as bone and marrow :
waiting and waiting through all the
aes that are behind us only for
water to be made the Ii.den of all the
These Kimball brothers, bright and
able Yankees, were Nationalists, if
not Commuuists, at Jeast. lhey
notnori tlipir vast possession "Na
tional City;" and as tho land which
they had bought for one dollar an
acre bounded up to one thousand,
and even two and three thousand
inilnrfl an acre, von can see that they
had ample means to forward their
favorite liberal social pians. auu
c-of ihfv tvere not crodiiral. Many
people say they are not, arid never
were, very liberal. Bat be that as it
may, they have bnilded bravely and
I had rather be known as the archi
tect of National City and the sea of
orange and olive and lemon groves
there, with its twenty-mile ride of
palm trees, than to have been tho
bnilder of St. Peter's, Rome. For
tni9 oraDge sea by the blue sea of
Cortez will do more solid good than
all the cathedrals of Italy together.
It is probably the first and only thing
of a national or communistic charac
ter that has really materialized to
any purpose. Joaquin Miller in the
A firm at Janesville, Ind., are
said to have a peculiar method of
doing business. The two partners
divide the cash each night, and
each morning put an equal amount
in the drawer. Each partner is
charged up with the amount he
credits to customors, and if the
bill is not paid it is individual loss.
It is said to work well,, as they
make money, and never had a cent
owed them for more thnn two
The phonograph is now located
in the Thomas block, on King
street. Mr. Stoeckle has a big col
lection of new records which can
not fail to please the general public.
THE HAUI DELEGATION.
They Call on Commissioner
Blount. Who Asks Thtm
The Maui delegation of the An
nexation Club called on Commis
sioner Illount by appointment at 4
o'clock vesterdav afternoon. There
were present Hon. John W. Kalua,
of Wailuku, chairman of the dele
gaticn, Hon. C. F. Horner, of La-
haina, Rev. .. Pali, of Lahaina, W
F. Pogue, of Makawao, E. Heleka
hihi, of Makawao, and C. E. Coe, of
After formal introductions, Hon
John W. Kalua made a brief ad
dress, explaining the object of the
call, saying that the Annexation
dun of Maui wished to pay their
respects and assure the commis
sioner cA the constantly growing
lyeling among an classes oi natives
and foreigners residing upon Maui
in favor of the annexation of these
islands to the United States of
Commissioner Blount replied in
a lew bnet, but well-chosen worus
and at the conclusion ot his re
marks asked Mr. Kalua rather
pointedly as to what the native
llawaiians would expect in case the
Hawaiian islands were annexed to
the United States : would they ex
nect to become voters?
i .111. ivaiuik icjfiicu i
tion that they would
Mr. Kalua replied without hesita-
The dclocatos remained with
Commissioner Blount half an hour
and express themselves as highly
satisfied with the result of their
The impression made upon
ii . .
ne," said one of the delegates to
an Advertiser reporter, ' was that
he was investigating with a definite
purpose before him. and seemed to
be feelinjc his wav toward, some
positive action, which impressed
The members of the Maui dele
gation expect to return by the
steamer Claudine tomorrow.
LIST OF LETTERS
Remaining ia the General Post Ofncs
up t) April 30, 1S93.
Andrews. C (2)
Avery, M rs N L
Adams, E J
Bateman, F L
Brown. C H
Brewer. WP A
Bag-. C P
Corr, J K
Anderson, O L
Amnions, 1j Jv
niclenbcrp, K A
Hartels. W F
i;Uiiock, L L
Clarke. T i:
Chapman, Mr3 L
Clayton & Sons, J A
Delavan, E C
Eadie, V (2)
Flagg, C K
Glouer, D W
Hunter, J W
Howell & Co
Harvey, J S
I bon, J
Jorgens, G (4)
Lees. O C
Mills. T (2)
Muller, W O
Morse, M, Mrs
McCarty. J V
McKanlass, J A
Norton, G W
Evans. Mra J
Fulton. C B
Feischer, K 11
GifTord, J S
Henri & Co
Harrison. G F
Herring, Mrs M J
Hecker. F J
Holmes, Miss S A
Igl-'ck, Dr S
Kratzer. 1) V
Lewis, F C
Myers, R F, Ir
MrHpnrv. F A
Maunalua K&nch Co
Xavin. T J
Oceanic Council, A
Osborn & Alexander
Perrv. W A
Parker, Mrs M
Pacific Transfer Co
Phillips. J 11
Parker, Mrs J
Pearman, W E
Ramsay, W J
Reeder. P W (3)
Suggs, E C (2)
Sherman, J C
Stafford, W II
Wic'ke, Mrs II
Woodward. H R
Wright. J S
Kitrer. tiro J
Richardson. J L
R chards. Mrs M
Swift. A E II
Smith. Mrs A
Smith. G W
Searls. Mrs J U
Sonimer. W J
Stover, Mrs M
Taylor, J D
Taylor, Mrs T (2)
Ward. Mrs E II
Wason, T B
Weeks, Mrs A
Williams. Mrs M
4:N Arnkil, II.
CisZ Galwitz. R.
filST Wicke, T.
S019 Yeoward, P.
5ff-Partie? inquiring for letters in the
above list will please ask for "Advertised
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AND TENNIS (JOOI)S.
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in addition to tne ieatures
of the first publication,, a full
account of the raising
of the stars and stripes
over the Government Build-
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inches wide, beautiful designs; value 20c. a yard.
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value 75c. each.
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J. A. Kitv, Miuistor of tlo lutvior
Thivi. C i'or!T, M inisli'r ( rnuiix '
VV. O. Siuilli, Attuiney (iouiral.
S. M. P.iruon, Vioo-Proh'Khnt of tho Pro
visional ( iovermnont of l he Hawaiian
C. lolte. John 1'inimluth,
Cecil Urown, 1'. 1. Tonney,
.John Nott, W. T. Allen,
F. W. McCl.csiu'v, Henry Watorhouf e,
James F. llorau, A. Young,
KJ. Sulir t . M. Hutch.
J. A. McCanJlesfl,
Hon. A. 1". J inhl, Cief Justice.
Hon. K. F. Bickerton, Firht Ascit
Hon. V. F. Frcar, Second Aphi elate
Henry Smith, Chief Clerk.
Freil Wuiulenberjj. Deputy Clerk
lloo. Lucam, Second Deputy Clerk.
J. Walter Jones, Stenographer.
First Circuit :
ill. K. Coor
Seixnd Circuit: A. N. Kepoikai.
Third and Fourth Circuit: S. L. Austin.
Fifth Circuit: J. Hardy.
Offices and Court-room m (iovernment
Building. King htrt-et. Silling in Hono
lulu First Monday in Fehniary, Ma) ,
August and November.
Department or Forkiun Ai-faiu.
Oflice in Clovernment Building, Kinc
His Excellency SanforJ B. Dole, Minis
ter ol Foreign Airairs.
Fran V. Hasting, Se-rctary.
VV. Horace Wright, Ed. Stiles, Lionel
Department of the Interior.
Office in Government Building, King
His Excellency J. A. King, Minister of
Chiei Clerk, John A. Hassinger.
AsBixtant ClerkH: Jhuh-h II. Boyd, M. K.
Keohokalolo, Jatnen Aholo Stephen
Maliaulti, lieorge C. lioss, Ednard
Chiefs of Bi rkalh. Interior Dlvaut-
-urveyor-tteneral, W.D. Alexander.
upt. I'uhlio Works, W lv Kowell
Supt. Water Wrk. Andrew Crown.
Inspector Electric LightH, John Cassidy.
Kegistrar of Conveyances, T. J. Thrum.
IJeputy Kegi"trar, Malcolm Brown.
Road Supervisor, Hotiohilu, W. II. Cum
mings. Chief Kngineer iIriro Dept., F. Huntace.
supt. Insane Asylum, Dr. A. Mc Wayne
Office, Government Building, King
Department op Finance.
Minister of Finance, Ilia Excellency T.
Auditor-General, George J. IJos.
Registrar of Accounts, Geo I Smithies.
Clerk to Finance Office, Carl Widemann.
Collector-General of Customs, Jus. B.
Tax Apsessor, Oahu, C. A. Brown.
Postmaster-General. J. Mort Oat.
Office, CuBtora Houne, Esplanade, Fort
Collector-General, Ja B. Castle.
Deputy-Collector, F. B McStocker.
Harbormaster, uaptain a. ruuer.
Port Surveyor, M. N. Sanders.
Department op Attorney-General.
Office in Government Building, King
Attorney-General. W. O. Smith.
Deputy Attorney-General, G. K. Wilder.
Clerk, J. M. Kea.
Marshal. E. G. Hitchcock.
Deputy Marshal, Arthur M. Brown.
Jailor Oahu Prison, Capt. A. N. Tripp.
Prison Physician, Dr. F. L. Miner.
Board of Immigration.
Office, Department of Interior, Govern
ment Building, King street.
President, ilia Excellency J A. King.
Members of the Hoard of Immigration:
Hon. J. B. Atherton, Jas. B. Castle,
Hon. A. S. Cleghorn, James G.
Spencer Mark P. Rohmeon.
Secretary, Wray Taylor.
Board ok IIeai-tu.
Office in grounds of Government Build
ing, corner of Milliard and Queen
Member Dr. Day, Dr. Miner, Dr.
Andrews, J. O. Carter, J. T. Water
bouBO, Jr., John Ena, and Attorney
Prepident Hon. W. O. Smith.
Secretary -(-has. Wilcox.
Executive Officer C. B. Reynolds.
Agent on Lepro-y I'avid Dayton.
Inspector and Manager of Garbbage Ser
vice L. L. I a Pierre.
Inspector G. W. C. Jones.
Port Physician, Dr. G. Trousseau.
Dispensary, Dr. II McGrew.
Leper Settlement, Dr. R. K. Oliver.
Board ok Education.
Office, Government Building, King
President, Hon. C. R. Bishop.
Secretary, W. James Smith.
Inspector of Schools, A. T. Atkin3on.
Police Station Building, Merchant Ktreet.
William Foster, Magistrate.
James Thorn pnon, Clerk.
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