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2nfl District, lsl Prociuct !
Kepistration of Voters !
The Inspector. of Election for the
2ml District, 1st I'iccinet, Honolulu,
will hold meetings for Regiciing
Voters and correcting the Register,
on THURSDAY, .Ian. 10th, from 3
to C p. m tit Maemne Chiueh, on
SATURDAY, .Tun. 18th, lit Store,
corner of Xuuanu and Pauoa street:1,
between the sune houis, and on
MONDAY, Jan. 0th. at Pauoa
Church, same hours'.
Chaiiinaiiof Ins-pectoisof Election,
1st Precinct, 2nd District,
lsl District, 1st Precinct t
Inspectors' Notice of Time and Place
For Registering Voteis.
The Inspectors of Election for the
1st Ptceinet ot Hie let Dihtiiet of
Honolulu (the It Precinct corn
puses that portion lying enpt of
Puuahou btieet from the mountain
to the sea) will hold meetings fo:
Registering Voters and collecting the
Register, WEDNESDAY, Jan. 15th,
18U0, between the bonis of 2 i i. and
5 I'. i at the office of the Hawaiian
Carriage Manufactoiy, Queen street.
AUo meetings for Registiation of
Voters will be held at Long Branch
Ratlin, Waikiki, TUESDAY, Jan.
14th, SATURDAY, Jan. 18th. from 7
to 9 i'. m at Kamoiliili ('lunch, Jan.
17th, Mime hour?, and ut Woodlawn
Dairy Pieniicos, Jan. -Otli, fioni (!
to 9 i'. m.
E.G. SOU I'M AN,
Chaiinian of Inspectois 1st. Pre
cinct of 1st Di.sttiet. 117 td
3ri District, 1st Predict !
Eegistration of Voters.
Notice is heieby given that a meet
ing will be held in the 1st Piecinct,
:ird District, Honolulu, at the Hono
lulu Ritles Armoiy, Ueietania Mieet,
on MONDAY, Jan. l'lth, between the
hours of 7 and 9 i m., on WEDNES
DAY, Jan. 15th, same bonis, and on
FRIDAY, Jan. 17th, and SATUR
DAY AFTERNOON, from 1 to (!, for
the purpose of Regictering Voters and
correcting the Register. These meet
ings will be continued from week to
week at the same place on the same
davs and hours as above.
117 tf Ch'iiinian.
5th District 2nfl Precinct, !
iio.voi.i i.r. oaiii'.
Regiatration of Voters !
The Inspectors of Kleclion for the
iJtid Precinct of District o, Honolulu,
Oahn, will meet in btiid Precinct at
the Reformatory School for the pur
pose of Registering Voter for Nohles
and Representative, and roriecliii;
the Register, on THURSDAY, Jan.
K'.th, from S to 10 a. m. and fioin -1
to 7 i'. m., on Jan. 18th, fiom 8 to 10
v. ji. and from ! to 7 v. m., and on
Jan. 22ud, fioin 8 to 10 a. si. and
fioin -1 to 7 i. si. Notice of fiulher
uieetingH will be given at the above
gJfVleaho bring your Tas lie
peipth. fJW'Ww 2nd Piecinct of the otli
Dir,tiiet, eonijiiif-es all that ioition
of the Dihlriet niakui of King wtreet
and west of the ioail Kalihi
Valley. W. h. WILCOX,
Cliaiiniiin of Inspectois of Klcction w
2nd Pieciiici, full Dihtiict, Ho
nolulu, Oahn. 118 tf
In accoidaneo with Section 1 of
Chapter XXVII. of the lawv of 1SSI,
ull peiHOnt holding V.iter piivilegeu
or thoi-e paying water rates, ate here
by notified that the water rate for
the.tei in ending Juno .'(0, 18110, will
be due and payable at the olliee of
the Honolulu Water Woiks on the
llihtof Januaiy, 1800.
All Mich niton leiiiaining unpaid
for fifteen day after they are due
will be bubjeet to an additional 10
Partiew paying rates will please
present their hint receipt.
RatcH-are payable at the nlllce of
the Water Woiko in the Kapuaiwa
The statute allowing no dipcretion
Htriet enfoiceinent of UiIh elatiho will
be made. CHAS. U. WILSON,
Sniierinlendent Water Woiks.
Honolulu, Dec, 21, 1880. KM If
Orncr. or thk Hoamd ov llrtAt.rii,)
tt i.. i.. i.... i! icon i
iiuuuuiio, .ruin "i loiurt j
At u meeting of Uu- Itoaul of Health
held January i!, INK),
CIEORGE W. C JONES, Km.,
Wan appointed Agent of Hit llo.ml
and Sanitary liiHpcctor for the Dis
trict of Honolulu.
iko. o. potter.
H7 :n StcuMuiy.
Notice of llewunl.
lu accmdaiue with the power con
t'd ted miou me hy haw, 1 heichy
otter u rewind of Fifty ($.10) Dollnis
to be paid to any person who shall
give evidence which will lead to the
conviction of any person for the vio
lation of any of the provisions of the
Election Law by doing any act de
signated in such law as a "corrupt"
or "illegal" practice.
L. A. THURSTON,
Minister of Interior,
lutei iorOllice, Jan. (!, 1890.
1 IS If
Notice to Voters.
The hist Legislnltiie changed the
boundaiies of certain Election Dis
tiicts, toconespond with the changes
Changes have been made in the
following named Districts, and conse
quently all voters icsiding therein will
have to Register befoio the Inspectors
of Election of their ie-pectie Pie
cincts, in older to vole at the coming
ISLAM! Ill o.viir.
The live Districts of Honolulu.
ISLAM) Ol' .MAIM.
The District of Wailtiku.
The District of North Wailtiku.
The District of liana.
The Second Piecinct Di-tiict of
ISI.AKl) 01 HAWAII.
The Distiict of South Ililo.
The District of Centtal Hilo.
The District of North Ililo.
The First and Second Piecinct ol
the District of llamaku.i.
The District of Koua.
In all other Districts tin Register
of those who voted at the Election in
1SS7 will lie used as the basis of the
Register for 1S90, subject to the col
lections and additions lcipiiicd by
Eveiy voter should examine the
Register of the Precinct in which he
resides, in oitlcr to see that bis name
is there, whether re-iegistering is ic
quiicd or not, as it may have been
omitted by accident.
L. A. THURSTON,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Office, Jan. .", 1890.
I IS If
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Plrdzal to neither Sett nor Party,
Hut established for the benefit of all.
I-TUDAY, .TAX. 10, 1890.
A letter has been received, too
late for this isMie, from His Excel
lency L. A. Thurston, in reply to
the note of Hon. II. A. Wideniann
in yesterday's i'-sue. Mr. Thurston
states in effect that. Mr. WWlemann
promised to try to u.cet him at a
certain time, but failing to gel there
was represented at the ocnference
by Mr. T. R. Lucas.
"Reactionary" is the designating
word applied by the morning paper
to the Working Men's parly ; ami
yet this paily is charged by the
same set of having "stolen" the
(jovernment platform. Then if the
working men are reactionary the
Government is reactionary also, the
former being merely followers of the
latter. Gentlemen, be advised to
quit the use of such small and con
temptible means to secure support.
That district club pledge which
binds its members to support un
known candidates, or in other words
to "buy a pig in a bag," sticks in
the throats of many good men, who
would otherwise ally themselves to
the. party to which the clubs osten
sibly belong. A free man does not
like to sacrifice his independence in
that way. This class of political
machinery may be acceptable else
where, but we have not been accus
tomed to it here, and do not take
kindly lo it. It was introduced to
this country a couple of years ago.
We ate none the better for its intro
duction. Moreover, gentlemen who
are now lliient in its advocacy may
ere long discover that it is being
used against themselves.
Tin: arrival of live ocean mailing
vcxsols and one uteaniHliip (peihupn
two), one nailing ve.v-el depailed,
mill a whaling baik inportcd oil Hii
island, with the shipwrecked crew of
another, is 11 pretty huge day'?, ir
eoid for (hi pott. '
THEY NEEDN'T TRAVEL
Htuioit Rru.r.Tix: Your edito
rial criticism, "Making Them Tra
vel," is a. little too premature.
While your paper was probably be
ing printed the Inspectors were
seeking places of meeting at Wai
kiki, Mollllll and jManoa, ami hav
ing succeeded, posters are about to
be put up to-day to notify voters,
also notice has been given to that
effect in the paper. The reason of
tueetlngi being held in town on
Queen street is, to give business
men and others who come to the
city every day a chance to register
without leaving their homes in the
evening. h. u. scut-man.
Honolulu, Jan. !l, 1890.
A WICKED PAIR-CONCLUDED.
KiHTOit Uui.it.tis : III the inter
ests of truth, I wish to state that the
communication of "Kssenlan" in
your issue of last evening, .Inn. 8,
is without foundation in fact. He
states that as leader of a prayer
meeting on Tuesday evening 1 "took
occasion to enlarge upon the politic
al situation in this Kingdom, and
charged all good, right-thinking
men, Christians particularly, to
stand hy reform, regretting that two
Christian men had refused to work
Inasmuch as it is material to the
issue now before us in this commun
ity. 1 wish to state that what I did
say was "that the rulers of to-day
are the men who walk our streets,
holding the power of the ballot, and
that good government can conic to
a land only as these men realize the
s.acredne'js of their responsibilities,
and give effect to their convictions
by attendance at primaiy meetings
where thev can make their intelli
gence and" character count." I said
nothing abotil reform, or the Refonu
Party, or about two Christians who
had refused to work for it.
I am glad to use the present op
portunity to assert again my convic
tions on this cardinal principle of
intelligent, responsible citizenship.
Let the men who withhold them
selves from political duties, assume
their responsibilities in attendance
on primary meetings, and use their
inlhience there in securing the best
measures and the best men. Such
a course would not injure either
party in this country to-diy, and I
certainly may be excused, if I mod
estly state my opinion, that both
patties might' have better standing
with the people if eveiy man of in
telligence and character were to
conscientiously fiillil his political du
ties -it pi unary meetings.
W.M. 15. Ol.KSON.
Anions the passengers leaving by
the MariposA is Mr. Henry Cohh
Ailaius, who is returning to his na
tive land, England. j Mr. Adams has
been in the employ of the Hoard of
Education, as instructor at the Re
formatory School, for the past three
years, billing most of that time
he has also been correspondent of
the Royal Meteorological Society of
Loudon, furnishing it with regular
monthly repoits. The Ri'i.i.r.rix
readers have hadtlie benefit of those
reports. Mr. Adams leaves with
the irgrets and best wishes of many
OCEAN SAILING RACE.
The American barkentines Ame
lia, Capt. Win. Xewhall, and Forest
(ueen, Capt. J. C. M. Winding, ai
rived last night, a little over 14 days
fiom San Francisco. They "both
sailed on the 20th of December, and
were in company the first four days,
but on the morning of thr llfth day
the Forest Queen had parted com
pany and had left the Amelia be
hind. Yesterday evening the Ame
lia, however, arrived off port at 11
o'clock, and about live hours later
the Forest Queen put in her appear
ance. Roth vessels were deeply
loaded. They were lowed into port
this morning. The Amelia brings
11. "i,000 feet redwood lumber to
Messrs. Allen & Robinsou, and the
Forest Queen, n full cargo of gen
eral meichanilise, including deck
load ot redwood posts lo Messrs.
II. Hackfeld & Co.
EVENTS THIS EVENINC.
Week of prayer service, Central
Tnion Church, 7 :!l().
Meeting Co. I) Honolulu Ritles, at
Monthly meeting of Engine Co.
Xo. 1, nt"7::it).
Paeillc Degree Lodge Xo, 1, D.
of 11., at 7 :!!().
Hawaiian Council Xo. (ISO A. L.
of II., at 7:210.
Rand concert at Hawaiian Hotel,
Service St. Andrew's Cathedral,
Meeting Mechanics Union. at 7 :!',0.
The Royal Hawaiian Rand will
play thiseveningatthe Hawaiian Ho
tel commencing at 7 :!!0o'clock. Fol
lowing is the programme-:
Maich- Ciitv Arms Lelinhaidt
Ovei tine The Oath Atiber
Fantasia Herald Angels lleyer
Selection Rlenzl Wagner
Llpollpo, Malauai, Mahlini Mnluiiia
lauia. I'AIIT II.
Medk'v North anil South Toliaul
Fantasia Mill in the Forest. .Kllenberg
Walt. Stories of the Vienna Foil'-.-..
Oalop Pomona I.eiiiner
nu&OUlMJ, II. U MINI
A Itun on iilnm :nCN.
Yesterday afternoon the foreign
jury rendered a verdict of guilty,
three dissenting, against Ah Fook
for unlawful p08seslon of opium.
The Court fined him Sf.O with 12
This morning Ah Chin and Lum
Choy withdrew former pleas, and
pleaded guilty to unlawful posses
sion of opium. Each was sentenced
to one month Imprisonment at hard
labor and pay SoOO.
Klin Sal was then put on trial for
the same oll'ense, before a foreign
jury. C. Creighton for the Crown;
V. V. Ashford for defendant,
i at citAMimns.
Mr. .Justice Dole this morning
granted the petition of Lui Manuel
to be appointed guardian of the
persons and estate of Kelolei (k )
and Maunakapii (w.), minors, un
der SoO bond. A. Rosa for peti
tioner. Executor's Sale
ity o'llcr nf Alu.
c lor of the KM nl i
. O CARTER, Km
ol C. .1. Hiuiloc. de
ccmmiI, I will srll til Pnlillc Atictlou, at
TO-31011IIOW, Wan. i 1 1ll,
AT 10 O'CMM'U A. .11 .
HniM'linlil Piirnittiio & IVivonul KllVpts
of "'li I Kx ate, cimsiitiiig of
Sing. Bedstead, Hair Mattrasses
(Vxlcr Tulile, Vcrmutu ( Iniis,
C'l.iil.-, i'ic.lilli:., Minqmtn Nets,
Lumps, Clocks, Mirror.s,
Crmikisrv, Knivc, Kniks it Spoon,
Pistols, 'Hille, Culiiili,
lifil Olothhij:, Ktc , Kic. Abo,
FRAME witii 2 NETS,
Ami ii few
r Vols. Science Knr All,
1 Vol. Rniiil MeNtdlyAi Go's Atlas
of I lie World.
I Vol. Kmght's American Mechanical
LEWIS .1. LEVEY,
Auc tinti i'cr
3ril District Mori Cl !
All members ol the above Club aie
culled lo lileoL at llie
noxoi.n.r hiim.ks aii.mory.
Monday Evening, thin. '.,
AT 7 ()'( LOCK,
For the Hi'pnsc of elect hit; Dob'g'it''H lo
(lie Noiniaiiiiiiur CouvLMitioii, ami to
liiiinin.ile a Ilepr ii'nlivi. forHoDi.
trict. K. fi.SCIIUMAX,
4th Distiict Meeting Notice !
A incotiiigor th F.iitrili District ISi-l'nim
Club will ln In-l.l ul tin;
"OLD ARMORY," Jri:i.NSr.,
iHnnriny Kvwiiiik, Jan. KHli,
AT 7 0''l,0:K,
Fortlie piirp.i.te of etci-tini: Dnlfjr'iies
to llie Nominating Convention lot
Nobles, anil miiuinmitiir a Ctmiliilnie
for Repiihtiiliillve of the Fourth Ills.
Hict. Per order.
Oro W. SMITH,
T. O. Pott in:, Clmirimin.
Set icttitv. 117 -It
hi District Mora GluD!
VoIims Attention !
In pmsuutUT of the call ol the Ccn'rid
CoiilinllUe lliuie will lie a meeting of
llie alio vtj named (Jlub on
Monday Evening, the 1311i inst,
AT 7 O'CLOCK', r.l
ATKINSON'S SCHOOL HOUSE,
I'.uioi Vullejr Rottd,
For llie pnrpoFR of nntnimiting n Can.
diilaie I'ot Repicsi nlitlive for Unit Dif.
ll 1ft. mid llie eVclion ol Deleunlt'J to
llie Conv. mien lor tin: nomiiiiilinii 1
Cm dnl lies lor Nobles.
W. II. IIOOCS,
I IS -It Mciciary.
1st : DISTRICT
MEETING NOTICE !
A in lci ing "I the
District, Kiriorni Club
Will be held l llie
Beretania Street School House,
j MONDAY EVENING, Jan, 13th,
I AT 7 O'CLOCK.
j For the pnrpnuc of electing Delegates lo
, tint Nominating Convention, tor ilni
liotnliuuioa ot Uiuiiiiiniies lor monies
iiiul nomiiiftlliig a Ciirilldatci lor ltuprc,
bcntntivitot tlie Fiist Dlstilei
Per order. A.YODXO,
(J. T. Wii,di:i:, Cliiiirman.
'ANY 10, to.
Is issuing a now form or insurance which provides, in the event of death, for a return of all pieinluins paid in ad
dilion to the amount of the policy, or, should the insured survive a given number of years, the Company will
return all the premiums paid wlth'lntcrest ; or, instead of accepting the policy and profits in cash the leual holder
may, WITHOUT MEDICAL EXAMINATION and WITHOUT FURTHER PAYMENT OF PREMIUMS, take in
lieu thereof the amount of policy and profits in FULLY PAID UP insurance, pnitieipaling annually In dividends.
Remember, this contract Is issued by the oldest Life Insurance Company in the United States, and the Lar
gest Financial Institution In the World, its assets exceeding One Hundred and Twenty-Six Millions of Dollars.
SST" For full particulars call on or
LEMON, : CREAM
Sole PropriotoiB of BAILEY'S SAB3APAMLLA & IRON WATEll,
Ginpr All, Hop Alt, Grmiliiie, wmjik, Saraparilla, Mineral WaliB. Bit
fe3" All 'oiniiiiuil!iitloiis ami onlei.s should bo suld rosso cl to
:iso i m
From San Francisco.
. . Keb 8
28 . .
. Julv o
A UK 110
.Nov l.'i. . ,
. Dec PI.
For San Francisco.
Feb 111 .
. . .Mar 10..
, . Muv U
. Julv !)..
. Oct 2!)
. .Nov 215.
...Dec 21 .
Alniiie.la . .
Ma lipoma. . .
. J uly
Intermediate S. S. Aus.ralia.
. Nov 21
1Y ii Yoiiiik Lmtj
1) tmil a Komi in
v.i'c riitnliv, vwtiiin llie
Apply o"l O. Il'X D"
'A i :it
NK11IT W'llcliiiiiin. Iti-'iMi-ni'i
lupilicit. Applv at tlii- nlllre
4 IS Iw
AN lnii-1'iginl Young Mini 'it an
otllce. Kel'.at'iicu ti'ipibcil. xxpply
at lluiiicri.s Olth'u 418 lvv
(lOOD Cook for
inttch on Hawaii
Applv nl till "llli
Kii.tynr Hnilor WihiUmI.
Kxpert Holler naut.'d for Ha
uiiil'iia Mill, tlm-iili. Anply
Tur.o. II. DAVIFS.x CO.
1Y a Middle Agi'd Msn of t xperii'lice,
eiierifv and piodi, u pohliion a's
iiccminliilil, Milrbiuini or umnnxer, in a
nit icimtile home, or would buy mi In.
liuest in an established business, city 01
coituiiy Kuft'ii'tices jiivt'ii. Ktupilir
ut tills olliee. 4:1!) tni
8a.iiO A LOOK !
rMIK above ninmuil
be paid for
1 a look at a e.ipv of
K.iiin," (PitbllHhid lu
N .1 ), lor June, IHfiH.
IfOH (5 or 10 yenr-i Lsrge
. Pasture Lauds lu Piuioi
S. F. Leave 1
Jan 2! Friday
J.in 211 Friday
Feb 28 Friilav.
Mar 28 Friday
Apr 2.ri Friday
..May 2.'t Friilav
June 20 Fridav.
. July 18 Friday.
.Aug Ifi Friday.
. Sept 12 Friilav
. Oct 10 Friday
. .Xov 7 Friday.
Dec .1 Friday
froi wmamivtyriWt & frtnawi iimiwh tmtfmm!?!mmt
of jxigw -voxels:
rand-: PLAIN: SODA,
BENSON, SMITH & CO.,
In the Business Center of Honolulu !
The attention of Capitalists, Tiiicteeu and Real Relate Investors, is called to
one of the most important i-'ales of Real Estate, for htiHiicKH
block!', ever held in Honolulu: the property bei.ig
situated in the hem t of the city
nuil bounded by
Nuuanii, Hotel and Bethel Streets.
The undersigned has received instructions to offer for sale by
auction, at bis Salesroom, ijiieen street,
On Saturday, Jan. 1 8, I 890,
A'f li O'CLOCK IVOOJV,
The whole of that VALUARLK CITY PROPIORTY, known as the
k BOOTH ESTATE,"
(Fxcepling only the corner
lot on Xiiiiftuu and
Mr. James Old-,)
Containing in all 16,000 Square Feet.
'I his is the most compact and desirable piece of property in Honolulu,
and being situated in the lieait of the letail business quarter of the city,
between the twp main uiteries of trallic, (Fort and Nuiianu streets), leading
to and from the wharves, and haibor, it will have a value for all time, and
therefoie holds out unusual inducements to capitalist, as a. leintmenilivo
and permanent investment.
The main frontages of this pioperly aie -10 feet on Xtiuanu stieet, 1KJ
feot on Hotel street, and 125 feet on Rethel street, which three streets
have been recently widened by the (Jovorninciit to -10 feet each, and finely
macadamised and graded throughout, tendering them the finest thorough-,
fares in the city. A new stieet of 12 feet, width, which runs through the
center of the property from Nutianu to Rethel streets, has been donated by
the owner of the block, and this will give additional stieet fiontage ot
P.l.l feet on one side of the new stieet and 01 feel on the other, to till the
lots to be Mild, leaving no lot without a valuable street frontage and lo some
of t belli very desirahlu and valuable stieet cornels.
Another advantage of this lino piopcity as an investment, ih its excel
lent sanitary conditions, nuil being on the highest part, of the cilv. "i..!;ui , :
Hotel street, it will have excellent diuiuage for buildings env.i .1 thereon,
audb-ing ot stilhctent elevation, permits the consliuc.tinn of deep ceUuin.
on account of being beyond the reach of tide water.
'fhe block has been sub-divided into building lots, numbering 1 to 12
as can be seen op a large new survey map, now on view at my Salesioom.
The title to the property is perfect. Tonus of sale ate one thiid cash,
one tbiiil one year and one third two years, with inteicsl. at 0 per cent per
An examina ion of this piopeily is solicited, and is ennlidenlly recom
mended as ii petinnueiitly leniunerative iuvcr-lincnt.
For fuller particulars and
F. R.lIIr.s'imv, President .vi Manager.
lionntKi' ltiiow.s, Sccreiaiy & TreaMircr.
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Oppo. Hpreelu'lh' ItanU, : Foil .Sie't, lloiiolnln.
-l.MPORTKRS and DKALFRS IN
Hardware, -:- Crockery, -:-Glassware,
ChandelieiflKleetoliern, Lamps & Lamp Fixtnies,
PainlH, Oila V.ViiruinhiHI Laid Oil, Cylinder Oil,
Powder, Sh'ol.$,Caps Machine-loaded Cartridge Chamberlain's Patent ;
HOUSEi- FURNISHING-:- GOODS,
Silver PlatVjil Ware, Table & Pocket Cutlery,
PIowh, l'Lj liters' Steel Hocb, and other Agiieiilliir.il IniplemenlH,
fil HANDLES OF ALL KINDS,
PLANTATION SUPPLIES Of EVERY DESCRIPTION !
Hart'H Patent "Duplex" Die Stock for Pipe ,v Roll (hilling,
Manila A, Simil Rojie, Rubber I lone,
Wii Round Rubber Ho.so, Spinetei-giip;
Sprinklei-p1 t Spi inkier SIuikIh,
AGENTftt B'OK j .,c
Union Metallic, Cartridge Co.,
H.utinnu'H Steel Wire Fence & Sieel Wiio Mats,
"Now Pioeuhi," Rope,
Win. (!. FiherV Wrought Sleol KnngCH, Neal'H Carriage PaintH,
,tlate City Stone Filter,,
"New Pioeer-h" Twiht Drilln,
nov-211-8',1 Hat IV, Patent "Duplex" Din Slocks.
Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
Hotel streets, owned hy
inhumation apply lo
John Rna, Vice-President.
ClX'ii, ltuow.N, Audilor.