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DAILY IIULJiKTJN: HONOLULU, Jl. 1., LWCAUY 8, 181.0.
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Honolulu, Jim. ('.. IS'.lO. )
Ala meeting ot Hit' lloaid of Health
held January 2, 1S90,
GEORGE W. C. JONES, lo,,
Was appointed Agent of I lie Do.ird
and Sauitniy Inspector for tlie l'N
triet of Honolulu.
GEO. C. POTTER,
447 3t Seeietaiy.
1st District. 1st Precinct !
J'lfilrd to ucitier Sect nor Party,
But tftabti.thcd for the brutit of utU
WEDNESDAY, J AX, , 18'JO.
The latest political expedint of
the Advertiser, that of parading
bogus Cabinet slates of opponents,
can only bo justified on tin; theory
that "all is fair in polities."
Ofiensive personalities in connec
tion with the election campaign are
daily thickening, and the mornine
paper, wlileh.a few days ago, solemnly
tood for "Meaaures and not Men."
takes the cake.
ers and public carriages, horse cars
and licensed shorcboals may convey
passengers for hire, and that all
labor which may lie lawfully per
formed on Sunday shall be conduct
ed, as fur as possible, so as not to in
terfere with the right of the commu
nity and of each individual to quiet
Section 2. All public ainueinrriK
spoils, limv and gainer on Sunday
are heiehy forbidden, and no one
shall iso prosecute or take pait in
any recreation, amusement, "port or
game not of a public chaiacter, on
Sunday, in such a manner as to in
terfere with the right of the commu
nity and of each individual to quiet
Iutpectois' Notice of Time and Placo
For Registering Voter.
The Insjieetois of Election for the
lt 1'iecinet ot the 1st District of
Honolulu (the 1st Precinct coni
mises that noition lying east of
I'unahoii stieet fiom the mountain
to tlie sea) will hold meetings for
Registering Voters anil collecting
the Register, on SATURDAY, Jan.
11th, MONDAY, Jan. Rlth, and
WEDNESDAY, Jan. l.'.tli, 1S!K), be
tween the hours of 2 r. M. and o
V. ji., at the office of the Hawaiian
Caiiiage Manufactoiy, Queen street.
K. tJ. SCIIl'MAN.
Chairman of Inspectors 1st I'm
cinet of 1st District. 4 t" td
Tlie law requires, in rejjard to the
meetings of Inspectors of Election,
that "not lets than five days general
notice shall tie given by posting
notices in not less than three con
spicuous places in the di trlct, or
precinct, if the district be divided,
and such other notice as said In
spectors shall deem necessary.' ' Is
the law being complied with?
3rfl District, 1st Precinct!
Registration of Voters.
Notice js heieby given thai a meet
ing will be held in the 1st Pieeinct,
iird District, Honolulu, at the Hono
lulu Killes Annoiy, Herelania stieet,
on MON'DAY, Jan. l.'lth, between the
bourn of 7 and 0 i M., on WKDNES
DAY, Jan. 15th, same liouis, and on
FRIDAY, Jan. 17th, and SATUR
DAY Al'TEKXOOX, from 4 to (i, foi
the purpose of Registering Voters and
correcting the Register. Thee meet
ings will he continued fiom week to
week at the same place on the -ame
days and bonis as above.
447 tf Chaiinian.
MAKING THEM TRAVEL.
The Chairman of Inspectors for
the first Precinct of the first District
gives notice that the first l'recinct
comprises that portion lying "cast"
of Punalinu street, fiom the moun
tain to the sea ; and that the Inspec
tors of Election will hold mcetiugs
for registering voters and correcting
the register, ou certain days named,
at the otllce of the Hawaiian Car
nage Manufactory, on Queen street.
That is, every voter will have to
leave his district, and the nearest be
compelled to travel a distance of
nearly two miles, in order lo re
gister. Moiliili oi the l'ark would
be more convenient for that pur
pose, and l'uiiloa less convenient
than Queen stieet. II it lie the in
tention to keep voters from register
ing, we would advise the choice of
Kahukii for such meetings!
Agreeably with a published notice
of the Hoard of Education, of the Cth
of November last, normal classes will
be opened at Fort Street School, in
this city, commencing on FRIDAY
XEXT, the 10th inst., at half-past
two o'clock (2 :IS0) i ji., for tlie benefit
of all teachers who de.-iic to attend,
and forapplieaiits for teachers' places
in the public schools. All public
school teachers in Honolulu, holding
primary grade certificate'), will tie ex
pected by the Bon id of Education to
attend such of these classes as glial'
be designated in eaeb case by the
person in cbarge of the inti iietion.
All other teachers will be welcome.
A meeting of all tlie. public school
teachers and applicants for teachers'
places will be expected at the open
ing session on Vriday next.
By older of the Boaid of Educa
tion. W. JAS. SMITH,
Education Office, Jan. 7, 1S00.
In accordance with Section 1 of
Chapter XXVII. of the laws of 1880,
nil pei sons Jtiolding vater privileges
or tboso paying-iVater rates, aie here
by notified that the water rates for
thottei m ending June T.O, 1800, will
be due and payable at the otlice of
tin- Honolulu Water Woikt. on the
fust of January, IS9U.
All such rates leuuining unpaid
for fifteen days after ihey are due
will he subject to an additional 10
I'nilie.H paying latex will please
pnwnl Iheir last icccipl.
Rates an; payable at the ollico of
the Water Woiks in the Kapuaiwa
The statute allowing no diseiotion
strict enfoi cement of Uri- cl.un-e will
be made. CHAS. B. WJLSON,
Superintendent Water Woiks.
Honolulu, Dee. 21, 1889. .131 tf
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BY' a Young (ii'Miian Woman, tn take
cureof childrei, ord'i lljdit house
work Apply at "Corner Mciclmiil unit
Alnkeu Htift-K" 4lJlt
(lOOI) Cook for ranch on Hawaii.
Apply at lids otllce. -14 tf
Y a Middle Aged Man of experience,
eiieriry unit nueli, a position iih
ucmutitiirit, guh'bniQii or manager, in a
increuulile honee, or would tiny an In.
leietit in an eslulillslii'il business, city in
country. Refemiees given. Enquire
at tills otllce. -tii'J liu
It is strange, very strange, that
men who profess to lie upright and
hone-t, seeking nothing in the
line of politics and statesmanship
but "good government," should be
displeased with olheis for adopting
their principles and aims. But
strange as it may appear, this seems
to be exactly the state of some peo
ple at the present tune. Adliercnts
of the so-called Reform Party are
accusing the Mechanics' and Work
inginen's Union and the Kalaiaina
of "stealing1' and appropriating the
"platform" which they (the Reform
ers) endorse the Government plat
form -and reproaching them for do"
ing so. Those who have attended
the recent district meetings, or have
read the published speeches deliver
ed thereat, are aware of this fact.
The same parties, or their friends,
make the same charge on the public
streets. Without concerning our
selves about the tiuth or faliity of
the accusation, we ask, it the gov-
j eminent statement of policy is good
and on the whole we consider it is
why should people be derided for
adopting the tenets therein contain
ed 'r One would have thought that
rejoicing over repentant sinners and
jubilation because of returning pro
digals would have been more seemly.
OUR "SUNDAY LAW.
Our Sunday law is much more
liberal than is generally supposed.
Allusion is frequently made to cer
tain common acts as being contrary
to law, which in reality are permit
ted thereby. The Sunday law of
1880 is the one under which we live.
Its first two sections are hereunder
quoted for the information of the
Section 1. All labor on Sunday is
forbidden, excepting woiks of neces
sity or mercy, in which aru included
all labor that is needful for the good
order, health, comfort or safety of
the community, or for the protec
tion of properly from unforeseen dis
aster, or danger of destruction or
.injury, or which may be required
for the prosecution of or attendance
upon religious worship, or for the
furnishing of opportunities of read
ing or study. Provided, however,
that on Sunday until nine o'clock
in the morning, barber shops may
bo kept open and fresW meat and
fresh fish may be sold and delivered ;
that until nine o'clock in the morn
ing and after three o'clock in the
afternoon, milk may be delivered,
and cattle, sheep and swine may be
slaughtered; that during the entire
day meals may bo sold to be eaten on
the premises where sold or nerved else
where by caterers, drugs, medicines
and surgical appliances may be sold,
personal baggage may be conveyed
to and from vessels leaving and ar
riving at port on that day, that tho
railroads may ou Sunday carry pas
sengers lo connect with the steam-
CORRUPT PRACTICES DEFINED.
A rewaid of fifty dollars (S50) is
offered by the Minister of Interior
"to any person who shall give evi
dence which vrill lead to the convic
tion of any person for the illation
of any of the provisions of the
Klectinn Law bv doing any act de
signated in such law as a 'corrupt'
or 'illegal' piaeticc." For the bene
fit of those who may not have a copy
ol the Flection Law wc reprint that,
portion of it which designates "cor
Section 88. The following persons,
ahull be deemed guilty of "corrupt
practices :" 1. Kvery person who
shall directly or indirectly, person
ally or through another, ;rivc, lend,
agree In give or lend, or prom'ue to
procuie or to endeavor lo procure
any money or valuable consideration
lo or lor any elector, or to any per
son for mi elector, or to or for any
person in order to induce any elec
tor to vote or refrain from voting,
or shall do such act on account of
any persons having voted or refrain
ed" from voting at any election.
'?. l'.vnrv tiersnn wlin shall direct Iv
or indirectly, personally or through
another, "ivc or procure, or aree
to give or procuie, or offer,prouiise,
or promise to procure, or endeavor
to procure any otlice or place of em
ployment to or for any elector, or
lo or for any person on behalf
of an elector; or tn or for any other
person in order to induce such elec
tor to vote or refrain from voting,
or shall do any such act as afore
said on account of any elector hav
ing voted or retrained from voting
at an election.
I!. Kvery person who shall direct
ly or iniiireciiy, personally or
through another, make any such
gift, loan, offer, promise, procure
ment or agreement as aforesaid ; or
to or for any person, in order to in
duce such person to procure or en
deavor to procure the election of any
person to serve in the Legislature;
or to procure the vote of any elector
at an election.
4. Kvery person who shall, upon
or in consequence of any such gift,
loan, offer, promise, procurement or
agreement, procure or engage, pro
mise or endeavor to procure the
election of any person to serve in
the Legislature, or procure the vole
of any elector at any election.
i'i. Kvery poison who shall ad
vance or pay, or cause to be paid,
anv monev to or to tlie use ot any
other person, with the intent that
such money, or any part thereof,
shall be expended in bribery at any
shall, by abduction, distress, orany
fraudulent device or contrivance,
impede, prevent or otherwise inter
fere willi the free exercise of tlie.
elective, franchise, shall be deemed
guilty of the offence of "undiio in
tliience." 1 0. Kvery person who, at any elec
tion, attempts to vote in the name
of any other person, living or dead,
or some fictitious imme, or who hav
ing once voted, alleinpt1) lo vole
11. Kvery person who, without,
authority, scmW in any claim to
have the name of any other person
enleied on the Uegis'tcr, or attaches
the name of any oilier person to any
such claim in order to make it ap
pear as the claims of such person,
or procures the name of any other
person to be entered upon the He
glster. I'. Kvery person who shall, either
in person or through another, in any
maimer break up or pievent the
holding of any meeting ot the In
spectors as herein piescrihed or pio-
videil for, or in any manner break
up or pieu'iit the holding of any
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i'ay For full particulars call on or address
W. .13. ilJOSl?,
General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
l. 'V. F5A.XIJ&V,
A WICKED PAIR.
KniKii: Bri.i.hTiN : - At the Fort
street prayer meeting last evening.
Killers being the subject, Mr. Olc
son. having the meeting in charge,
look occasion to enlarge upon the
political situation in this Kingdom,
and charged all good, right-thinking
men, Christians particularly, lo
stand by reform, regretting that two
Chri-lian men had lefused to work
for it. If they are not with Mr.
Olesou and his friends they must be
against them and, in this case, the
only thing to be done is to read
them out of the church forthwith.
Of course the two wicked brethren
may question whether reform runs
with Mr. Oleson and bis friends;
but that should make no difference,
they ought not to do their own
thinking nor questioning.
M . WftM
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MANILA CJTI IMS US
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mom AD E,
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lldBliEttU a liSIWi m
Sole Proprietors oi" BAILEY'S SARSAPARILLA & IRON WATER,
Giier All, Hop Ale, Greriins, Utmnk, Siarsiiprillii, Mineral tfilira, Hit
ttr tll romnumlcniio:) and orders ttliotiltl bo nririivsMt'ri to
BENSON, SMITH & CO.,
EVIDENTLY AT &EA.
Fnnoir Ucmxtin: Humps and
dinks are evidently both at sea, or
drunk and can't see. While in this
deplorable condition they advertise
that they know all about politics
You ate gelling old ; slop ashore
a trip and keep sober. The politi
cal sea is too rough for your antedi
luvian ideas. Yon will be able to
lay up in the Queen's Hospital in a
tew months, where you can expect
orate your buttons at one another
until you join the great National
Keforin Party at the eleventh lunir.
Take this advice before you arc mis
taken for a pair of can hooks, and
get Humped and Jinked over the
bottom of the Hawaiian channel, in
search of the lost end of the tele
graph cable, and the names of your
central committee become punlic
GOVERNMENT OFFICERS AS IN
SPECTORS OF ELECTION.
Fonou 15i;i.i.i:iis: -In yesterday's
issue you slate thai "the number of
Government employees ou the list
of Inspectors of Flection is enorm
ous," and that "if this is not con
trary to the letter of the law it is u
violation ot its spirit," and that "in
Honolulu and other centres of popu
lation men competent and willing lo
undertake the. duties of inspectois
are not so scaice as to necessitate
the appointment of Government
olllcials. Therefoic many of the
appointments made in these places
are inexcusable, ami mo electors
have just grounds Jor tho complaints
which they arc audibly breathing on
You have given no figures to sltow
that the number of Government
olllcials is enormous, nor have you
quoted any statute or advanced any
reasons why the appoint inents made
are contrary to either the letter or
the spirit of the low.
There are ."7 voting precincts in
the Kingdom, requiring 171 Inspec
tors. The number ot persons draw
ing .salaries from the. Treasury who
are, inspectors is as follows:
Hawaii, PJ out of a total of AT;
Maui, Malolcai and Luuai, Hi nut ot
12; Oahu, l.'i out lo; Kauai and
N'iihau, 7 out of :.'7 ; total, 17 out
Of this -17, IS are justices, or em
ployees of the Supreme mid Ciicuil
Courts, over whom the Administra
tion has no contiol. The number of
executive olljccrs on the boards is
therefore only 2',) out of 17L Of
this 211 quite a number are Mihool
teachers, who are appointed and
controlled by the Hoard of Fduea
lion, a non-partisan body.
These figures aru siillleient to
show that your statement that the
number ot Government olllcials ap
pointed as inspectors "is enormous"
Second, with icference lo your
statement that "if this is not con
trary to tho letter, it is contrary to
the spirit of the law," I would say:
1. That tho only reference in tins
law to Government otllcers, in con
nection with elections, is section 102
of the Flection Law, which reads as
Any person holding any posi-
election; or Who shall knowingly
pay, or cause to be paid, any money
lo any person in discharge or repay
ment of any money -wholly or in
part expended in bribery at any
(i. Hverv elector who shall .before or
during any election, directly orindii
cclly, personally or through another,
receive, agree or contract for any mon
ey, gift, loan or valuable considera
tion, otlice, place or employment for
himsrlf or any other person, for vot
ing or agreeing to vote, or from re
training to vote, or agreeing lo re
frain from voting.
7. Kvery person who shall after
any election, directly or indirectly,
personally or through another, re
ceive any money or valuable consi
deration, on account of any person
having voted or retrained from vot
ing, or having induced any other
person to vote or refrain from voting
at any election.
8. Kvery candidate at any elec
tion who shall, personally or through
another person, or by nuy ways'awl
means on his behalf, ou election
day or the day immediately preced
ing or following an election, directly
or indirectly, give or provide, or
cause to be given or provided, or
shall be accessory to tlie giving or
providing, or shall pay wholly or in
part, any expenses incurred for any
meat, drink or entertainment, or
provision to or for nny person, in
order lo be elected or for being
elected, or for the purpose of intlu
dicing such person orany other per
son to give or refrain Iroui giving
his vole at such election, or on ac
count of such person having voted
or retrained from voting, or being
about to vote or refrain from voting
at such election. All of the above
named offences bliall constitute the
crime of bribery as a corrupt prac
tice. t. Kveryjpcrson who shall, directly
or liidireel v. nersona v or tliroiiii i
another, make use of, or threaten to lion of truster profit under thoGot
statute preventing a Government
oltieial fiom holding two ollices at
once. There is no such law, and it
is therefore clear that such appoint
ments are not con t rat y lo the Idler
ol the law.
2. The object sought by section
102 of the Klectinn Law is to pre
vent the Administration from Using
Government nllleiiils as electioneer
ing agents. They arc thsrefore ex
cluded under pain of tine and im
prisonment from "procuring" the
election, or "assisting" the election
ot any person. This is right, as a
Government ollieer is the servant of
the whole people ami not solely of
the paily in power.
The position of an inspector of
election is a judicial one. He is a
"judge" for that particular busi
ness. It is not a partisan position.
The very nature of the duties pre
vents his being a partisan. He is
not. "assisting" or "procuring"
the election of any person
any more than is :i judge
assisting in the conviction of a crim
inal at who-c trial he presides.
I must therefore deny that the
"spirit" of the law has been violated.
With reference to the "complaints
which are audibly breathing on this
score," none have come to me. With
the intent of forestalling any possi
ble charge of unfairness in Hie selec
tion of Inspectors, I have been in
correspondence for ihc last two
months ou (he subject with men of
all shades of political feeling, having
written an average of about four
letteis for every inspector appointed.
Quite a number of the aovern
iiieut otllcers were recommended for
appointment by gentlemen of the
The list of inspectors published
for Honolulu, which is specially re
ferred lo,wns submitted to a number
of the opposition candidates, amoin:
others II. A. Widemann, .1. S. Wal
ker and T. K. Lucas and pronounced
satisfactory. Contrary toyour state
ment that there is no dilliciilty in ob
taining men competent and willing to
act, 1 would say that there is great
diltlciilly, as the woik is arduous,
and the pay small, and one prime
reason for taking olllcials ai all, w
that they have acted before, ate
acquainted wilh the work, and were
available without serious huaiucss
injury to themselves.
I therefore claim that your charge
of uufuiriiess and partiality in the
appointment of Inspcetois is un
founded. I.our.ix A. Tiu'iiston.
e Real Estate
In the Business Center of Honolulu !
Tbe attention of Capitalists, Trustees and Ileal Estate Investors, is called to
one of Ihc iiui.mI important sales of Keal Kxta(c, foi Iiimiic.s
blocks, ever held in Honolulu: tlie property bei.ij;
situated in the heait of tbc city
and hounded by
Nuuanu, Hotel and Bethel Streets.
The undersigned bus iceeived instructions to offer for Mile by
auction, at his Sulct-room, (jueen stieet,
On Saturday, Jan. I 3, I 890,
A.'.r i'j o'cjcocic iSooiv,
The whole of Ihat VALUA1JLF. CITY PKOPKltTY, known as the
(Excepting only the corner lot ou Nuuanu and Hotel streets, owned by
Mr. .lames Olds.)
Containing in all 16,000 Square Feet
This is the most compact and denirublo piece of property in Honolulu,
and being situated in (be heait of the retail business quarter or tho city,
between the two main arteries of tratlie, (Foil and Nuuanu streets), leading
to and from the whaives and harbor, it will luivo a value for all time, anil
therefore holds out tiuuiiial inducements to capitalists, as a lemuiierativc
and permanent investment.
The main ftontueH of this properly ate -10 feet on Nuuanu Mieet, 03
feot on Hotel .stieet. and 125 feet on Uothel street, which three streets
have been recently widened by the Government to -10 feet each, and finely
macadamised and graded throughout, rendering them the d nest thorough
fares in the city. A new street of 12 feet width, which iuiih Ihiough the
conterot tlie properly from JMiiumii to Hetliel sheets, bus been donated by
the owner uf the block, and this will give additional Htieet fiontiige ol
195 feet on one side of ihc new stieet andlM feet on the other, to all the
hits to he Mild, hmin; no lot without a valuable street frontage and lo .some
of them very dcMrahhi and valuable stieet corners.
Another advantage of this Hue property as an investment, is its etcul
lenl siinitary conditions, and being on the highest part of the city, nuikai of
Hotel t-'treet, it will have excellent drainage for buildings elected t hereon, .
and lining of siillleient. elevation, permits the const riiclicin of deep cellar?,
on account of being beyond Ibn lunch of tide water.
The block bus been sub-divided into building lots, liuiiilu'iing 1 to 12
as can be feen on a large new suivey map, now on view at my Salesioom.
Tlie title to the property is perfect. Terms of sale are one I liird cash,
one Ihiid one year and one thiid two years, with iutcical at fi per cent per
An exainiuii ion of this piopinly is solicited, and is confidently lecom
meiided as a peinuinenlly leniuueiative iuvcnlnutut.
For fuller particulars and infoimation apply lo
-2C0 BBLS FRESH-
JAS. F. MORGAN,
K. H.IIi:kikv, l'resldeut Ci. Manager.
(ioneuKV IlitowN, Seeiutuiy & Treasurer.
John Kna, Viee-I'relilent.
Ukcii. ltitow.v, Auditor.
Jili iceeived T.uty l.uinp'iiil,"
COK SAI K IIV
CASTLE & COOKE.
Union, Fire & Marine
Insurance Co., L'd,
Ot Xftv ZtMllUiiU.
ninlfo use of, any lorce, violence
or restraint, or inlltct or threaten to
inlliut any Injury, damago or loss m
any manner, or in any way, practise.
Intimidation upon or against any
person, in order to induco or com
pel such person to vote or refrain
from voting at any election, or on
account of such person having voted
or refrained fiom voting, or who
eminent who shall act for the
purpose of procuring or assisting in
the election of any person, except as
a voter and in canting bin vote, shall
be punished by a line," etc.
An Inspector of elections holds a
Government ollico by virtue of his
appointment. There Is then no
thing to prevent his being appoint
ed lo such ollico unless there is a
Klre risks litkci on lhvi'llinii, Stores,
(Storehouses and 1,'niiti'nts. Uo, Sugar
Jiid IPuc Mills, Machinery, lite-, Kte
On Mulls CartifS iinil Finiglits, bow
J. S. WALKER,
Ac-nt for Hawaiian Is itnds.
1 2rt columns, puioly loenl inatiin
Mulled in lortilu ceiitiiib's, fit per
Silver l'laled Ware, Table .fe l'oe.ket Cutlery,
Plows, 1'lanters' Steel Hoes, and other Agricultural Implement,
', HANDLES OF ALL KINDS,
Hart's Patent "Duplex" Die Stock for Pipe A Doll Cutting,
Manila A. Sisal Hope, Itubhur Hose,
Wire Hound ltuhhcr Hose, Spinetei-giip;
Sprinklers & Sprinkler Stands,
Union Metallic Cartridge Co.,
llarlman's Steel Wire Fence ,v Steel Wiro Mais,
"New I'rociW Hope,
Win. (i. Kisher'x Wrought Steel Ranges, Neal's Cauiage I'ninta,
' Gale City .Stone Filteis,
' . "New I'roce.-.V Twist, Drills,
nnv!29-8l ' IlitilV Patent "Duplex" Die Slocks.
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
lpn. Hiiri'vkt'lfc' Hunk, : 1'itvi Nfrovi, Honolulu.
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Hardware, -:- Crockery, -:- Glassware, i
Chandeliers, Elecloliors, Lumps &, Lamp Fixtures,
Paints, Oils .tWarnishes, Laid Oil, Cylinder Oil,
Powder, Shot A Caps, Machine-loaded Cartridges, Chainbeilnin's Patent;
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