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M District, 2nd Precinct
Registration of Voteis t
The Uoaid of Inspector of Elec
tion for the 2nd 1'iecinet, 2ml Dis
trict, Honolulu, will meet fur Regis
teiing Voters and correcting the
Register, at the rolling Place for
said Precinct (Hon. W. 11. Nice's
15am, School street), on FRIDAY,
Jan. 17th, from 7 to 9 p. M., on SAT
URDAY, Jan. lSth, from I! to (i
p. m.j at Engine Co. No. 4, on MON
DAY and TUESDAY, Jan. 20th and
2-lat, from 7 to ! each evening.
Meetings will he held at above
pluceB on same days of the weeks
and at same hoiii until further
gjW Voteis will please lning their
Tax ItcoeiptH with lliem.
l.'il if Chaiunan.
1st District, 1st Precinct !
Inspectors Notice of Time and Place
For Registering Voteu.
The Inspector of Election tor the
1st l'leeinct ol the 1st District of
Honolulu (the 1st l'recinct com
prises that portion lying east of
I'uniihon stieet fiom the mountain
to the sea) will hold meetings for
Registering Voteis and collecting the
Register, WEDNESDAY, Jan. 15th,
1890, between the bonis of 2 p. M. and
o p. m., at the office of the Hawaiian
Carriage Manufactory, Queen street.
Also meetings for Registration of
Voters will be held at Long Branch
Ratlin, Waikiki, TUESDAY, Jan.
14th, SATURDAY, Jan. 18th, from 7
to 5) p. m., at Kamoiliili Church, Jan.
17th, same hours, and at Woodlawn
Daily Premises, Jan. 20th, fiom !
to 9 p. M.
E.G. SCJI UMAX,
Chairman of Inspectors 1st Pin
cinct of 1st District. 417 Id
2nfl District, 1st FrBcinct !
Registration of Voters !
The Inspectors of Election foi the
2nd District, lbt l'recinct, Honolulu,
will hold meetings for Registering
Voters and conecting the Itegistei,
on THURSDAY, Jan. lGth, from 3
to 0 p. m., at Maemae Church, on
SATURDAY, Jan. 18th, at Store,
corner of Nuuanu and Pauoa stieets,
between the same hnui, and on
MONDAY, Jan." 20th, at I'auoa
Chinch, same hours.
ALFRED W. CARTER,
Chaimianof Inspectors of Election,
1st l'recinct, 2nd District.
3rd District, 1st Precinct !
Registration of Voters.
Notice is hereby given that a meet
ing will be lield in the 1st Piecinct,
3id Distiiet, Honolulu, at the Hono
lulu Rifles Aimoiy, Beictania stieet,
on MONDAY, Jan. 13th, between the
boms of 7 and i) p. m on WEDNES
DAY, Jan. 15th, same hours, and on
FRIDAY, Jan. 17th, and SATUR
DAY A FTERNOON, from 4 to 0, foi
the pin poe of Registei ing Votei s and
eoirecting the Register. These meet
ings will be continued from week to
week at the same place on the Mine
days and boms, as above.
447 tf Chniintan.
5lli District, MPreciflct!
iio.voi.ri.r, oaiii .
Rfgittration of Voters !
The Inspectois of Election for the
2nd Piecinct of Distiiet ", Honolulu,
Oahu, will meet in said Piecinct at
the Reformatory School for the pur
pose of Registering Voters for Nobles
and Representative, and collecting
the Register, on THUItSDAY, Jan.
H5th, fiom 8 to 10 a. m. and from 4
1o 7 p. m., on Jan. 18th, from 8 to 10
a. i. and fiom 4 to 7 p. .M and on
Jan. 22ud, from 8 to 10 a. m. and
from 4 to 7 p. m. Notice of fuilher
uieelingswill bo given nt thoaboNe
JTlease bring your Tux Re
ceipts. T"The 2nd Piecinct of tho oth
Diti ic t, comprises all that poition
of tho District makai of King stieet
and west of the load up Kalihi
Valley. W. L. WILCOX,
Chairman of Inspectois of Election
2nd Piecinct, 5th District, Ho
nolulu, O.ihu. 448 If
0th District, 1st Precinct!
I ldliolulll, OltllU.
Registration of Voters !
The Inspector of Election for
Fiist 1'ieciiicl of DiRtiict Five
meet in said Piecinct at thu Reform
n lory School for Nobles and Repie
sentiiliu's and collecting the Regis
tei. on WEDNESDAY, Jan. l.'th
fiom 7 to t p. m THURSDAY, Jan.
Kith fiom 7 to 9 p. in., FRIDAY, ,1un.
17th ftom 7 to !) p. ni., SATURDAY,
Jan. ISlh fiom 1 to i p. in.
Notice of any further meetings will
be given at the above meetings.
The First Precinct of the Fifth
District comprises all that portion of
said District lying East of the main
road up Kalihi Valley and ninuka of
All voters when legibtenng aie
lespectfully requested In bring then
452 tf ( 'hail man.
3rd District, 2nd Precinct !
Registration of Voters !
Fin the pin pose of Registering
Voteis anil conecting the List o!
Voteis, tho undei signed Inspectors
will hold public meetings at Aliiolani
Hale on FRIDAY EVENING,
TUESDAY EVENING and THURS
DAY EVENING, Jan. 17th, 21st and
23rd, 1890, between the hours of 7
and 9 o'clock.
Besides the above meetings, ap
plications will be received daily or
the Itegistration of Voters at the
same place during oilioe hours until
the end of this month.
The Boundaries of this Piecinct
areas follows: All that poition of
Honolulu makai of Ueietania stieet
to the Water Finnt, bounded by
Richaids Stieet on the Ewa side,
and by Alapai and South Stieets on
the Waikiki side.
fjF No person can voto whoso
name is not Registered in the New
Register of this Precinct on or be
fore Januaiy 31st instant.
G. V. PETERS,
InspcetoiB of Election, 2nd Pie
cinct, 3id Distiiet. 4.'il .It
4th District, 1st Precinct !
Registration of Voters !
The Inspectois of Election for the
First Piecinct, of District Four, will
meet at the otliee of M. D. Monsar
rat, C.iilwrighl Building, Merchant
street, opposite Post Office, on SAT
URDAY, Jan. 18th, from 1 to 0
p. M., on MONDAY, Jan. 20th, from
4 to '.) p. m. Notice of any fin titer
meetings will be given at the above
All voters when legisteiingaic i es
pecially lerpiestcd to bring their
The Fiist Precinct of the Fourth
District comprises all that poition of
said Distiiet lying west of Nuuanu
M. 1). MONSARRAT,
Chaimianof Inspectors of Election,
1st Piecinct, 1th District. 45171
4lli District, M Predict!
Bounded by Richaids St., Beielania
. St., Nuuanu St. and the Ilaibor.
Registration of Voters !
The Inspectnm of Election for tho
above Piecinct will meet at the Bell
Towei foi the puiposo of Registering
Voteis and collecting the Registiy,
on SATURDAY, Jan. 18th, fiom 4
to 8 J-. .M., and on WEDNESDAY,
Jan. 22nd, SATURDAY, Jan. 25th,
and FRIDAY, Jan. 31st, at the same
bonis. C. T. RODGERS,
H. W. AULD,
T. C. PORTER,
151 01 Inspectois of Election.
In accordance with Section 1 of
Chapter XXVII. of the laws of 1880,
all persons holding water piivileges
or thoseipayjng water rates, aie heie
by notified that the water nites for
tho.lcrni ending June 30, 1800, will
be due and payable at the office of
the Honolulu Water Woiks on the
fust of Januaiy, 1800.
All such nites lemaining unpaid
for iifteen days after they ai- due
will bo subject to an additional 10
Paities paying rates will please
piescnl their last receipt.
Rates aie payable at the office of
the Water Woiks in the Kapituiwa
The statute allowing no diseietion
strict enfoicemcnt of this clause will
be made. CHAS. B. WIL.SON,
Superintendent Water Woiks.
Honolulu, JVc. 21, J8R1I. -KM If
Notice of Howard.
In uccoidance with the power cen
fcired upon me by Law, 1 heieby
oiler a rewaid of Fifty (150) Dollais
to he paid to any person who shall
give evidence which will lead to the
conviction of any person for tho 'w
lation of any of the provisions of the
Election Law by doing Any net de
signated in Mich law as a ''conupt"
oi "illegal" piaclice.
L. A. THURSTON,
Minister of Interior,
Interior OHiee, Jnn.-G, 1890.-
Notice to Voters.
The last Legislatuie changed the
boundaries of eeilain Election Dis
tricts, to concspond with the changes
Changes have been made in the
following uauud Districts, and uoiisc
ipienlly all voteis icsiding theiein will
have to Register hefoie the Inspectois
of Election of their tcsprctiwi Pie
cincts, in older to vote at tin coming
island or OAIII.
The live Ditriclsof Honolulu.
ISI.AN'I) or .MAPI.
The District of Wailuku.
The District of North Wailuku.
'ihe District of liana.
The Second Piecinct Distiiet
m.a.vd or HAWAII.
The District of South Hilo.
The District of Central Hilo.
The District of Ninth Hilo.
The Fiist and Second Piecinct
the Diotiict of Hauiakiia.
The Distiiet of Konn.
In all other Districts the Register
of thoM' who vottd at the Election in
18S7 will be used as the basis of the
Hcgi-tei for 1800, subject to the coi
rcctimih and mldilions leipiiitd by
Eveiy otei should examine the
Register of the Piecinct in which he
icsides, in older to see that his-name
is theie, whether ic-iegistering is re
quited or not, sis it may have been
omitted by accident.
L. A. THURSTON,
Minister of the Interior.
Interim Office, Jan. 5, 1S1I0. ,
T il J3
Pletltrcd to neither Sect nor Party,
Out established for the benefit of alt.
TUESDAY, JAN. 11, 1890.
FALSE PROPHETS OF RUIN.
In the United States
it is a common cry of
sional politicians of each of Die two
great parties Republican and De
mocraticduring an electoral cam-
paign, that if the other gains the
ascendency in the government, the
country will be ruined. Republic
ans declare that if the Democrats
get the lead, it will be a national
misfortune; and the Democrats talk
in the same way about Republican
control. Of course, the sensible
and reflective of cither parly do not
believe a word of it. As a matter of
fact, whichever parly has control
the government of the country is
pretty much the same ; affairs, pub
lic and private, continue very nearly
in the usual way, and it mailers bul
little which party is opperrnqst.
It would appear that Hawaii is an
imitator of the United Slates. Talk
verbal and printed -bemoans the
misfortune to the country which is
prophesied to lcsult from .success In
the coming elections of either of the
two so-called parties in H)e field. If
the Reform Party, or the nominal
government supporters, got a majo
rity, then we shall he under "mis
sionary" rule, and all outside of
that clique had better pack up their
traps and depart. Rut if the Na
tional Reform Party, or the nominal
opponents of the government, secure
the major part of the Representa
tives and Nobles, their "reaction
ary" tendencies will take us back to
tiie objectionable past, and the coun
try will be utterly ruinod. Jjimlj is
the sickening talk that has grated
on our ears, and the nauseating
"kybosh" that has been forced
upon our mental palates, during the
last week or two past.
The uttcrers of theso conclusions,
or some tof them, may believe what
they say ; for it is so, that o man
may tell a lie, knowing it lo be u
lie, and by freipient repetitions con
vince himself that it is a truth.
Some simple-minded or prejudiced
hearers and readers, too, may, in
their simplicity or by reason of their
narrow prejudices, liavo accepted
the extreme utterances hefoie allud
ed to, on first hearing. Rut, we
ask, does any. elector who has a
niind to th)i)k and exercises it in
HONOLULU, M. I., JANUARY 14, 1800.
that, direction, give credence thereto?
Hardly so. For our part, wc regard
all such talk as absurd nonsense,
and used merely as "molasses to
catch flics." Whichever party, so
eallcd, secures a majority of legis
lators in the coming-elections, we
ate satisfied that progress will ensue.
"Reaction" is not a thing wo fear.
There is no "reactionary" party in
the field reactionary in the sense in
which readers of our morning con
temporary have recently' become
familiar with the term. There is
greater reason to fear a too rapid
and ill-considered plunge into the
new and untried.
WHY HE RESIGNED.
This morning's Adveitisci- makes
"an apology for an apology" to
Judge Widemann for its "implica
tion" of several days ago, that the
Judge vim bally resigned his mem
bership of the Legislature, near the
close of the last session, for impro
per reasons. It isjust as well that the
public should know the facts in the
case, which are briefly as follow:
Ceitain members ot the Legislature
were accused of having taken bribes
to defeat a bill to amend the Con
stitution. Sufficient proof to estab
lish guilt having been produced, the
House proceeded to vote on cxpul
Mon. Kaulii was expelled by a
unanimous vote of the members
present, 38. Kaiuauoha was simi-
laily disposed of. In Itic case of
Luhiau the vote for expulsion was
30 ayes and 8 noes, Mr. Widemann
voting with the majority. When
the motion to expel Nawahiue was
introduced, an amendment to coin
mule to censure was brought for-
waid. The amendment was carried
by 20 to 18. Mr. Widemann voted
against the amendment, believing
that this case should "have been
treated like the others. The major
ity was made by the vole of two
Ministers, Messrs. Thurston and
Ashford. Had they not voted there
would have been a tie, and the
member possibly expelled by the
easting vote of the President. Mr.
Widemann considering that Nawa
hiue should have been treated like
the others, and being indignant that
tho votes of the two Ministers should
have interfered with the elected
members of the House tarrying out
their own will in 'regard to one of
their number, resigned his member
ship. This is how we understand
OUT WITH IT.
Kuitok Bum.ktix: III the Adver
tiser of Dec. 1J) appeared the fol
lowing: "Rumors are current af
fecting the standing of several olli
cials in regard to illicit opium trans
actions." Is that the last of it?
Qr are the authorities afraid, if it is
brought to light before the elections,
that it would be apt to hint them at
the polls. The paper that boasts so
loudly for reform, should enlighten
the public in the matter, and not
drop those hints so quickly. If
llieie was nothing in it, say so ; if it
is so, true reform would say, "let
lier loose." Mechanic.
CONCERNING THE HALF-BROTHER
OR BROTHER-IN-LAW' OF
Kditou Rri.i.tTis :
"Slaves cannot meulhe In Knghiid:
Thev tone h our eounirv and thcirsluirl;
All, whose age qualifies them to
yote at the approaching elec'iou,
feel the infinite cost of life, and the
uncounted waste of wealth, by
which slaver' was abolished in the
Germany makes no distinction on
a division of race simply.
Hawaii, by its so-called constitu
tion, declares all men free, and
guarantees to all an equal right to
the pursuit of liberty, wealth, and
happiness. The IJonoluln Cabinet
are pledged to introduce and support
measures to prohibit an entire class
of their fellow-subjects ar.d citizens
the pursuit and enjoyment of their
human rights, and this for no crime,
but simply for a desire to rise above
the capacity- and grade of Held
Such a Cabinet may prepare to
"step down and out" if the Noble
tickets,so far us lieaid fiom, prevail.
Those, whose names are mentioned,
are not the men of such doubtful
principles, that they will consent or
ponnive at declaring thai a man,
even a Digger or a "jjushmah, may
not aspire" to any desirable condi
tion, or brand any laudable ambi
tion as a crime or misdemeanor
deserving deportation, imprison
ment, or death. So far as the tickotn
are made up, with Oahu lo hear
from, our candidates are not com
mitted to any such antiquated and
And, by tho way, what have the
lawyers done lo be so completely
outstripped in the Noble race Ha
waii, Maui, vauai, and the Inde
pendents of Oahu have not found
among them one whom they "delight
to honor." Anti-Sckkdom.
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Giier Ale, Hop Ale, GreeadiBe, Hasierryaie, Sarsaiarille, Mineral Waters, Etc.
z&r All coiniuiiitlcnUoiiH
Auction Sales by James 1'. Morgan.
On SATURDAY, Jnn. ISlli,
AT 't O'tll.OtilC -00..
At my Salesioniii, Queen street, 1 will
(ell at Public- Auction, t lint
Valuable PARCEL of LAND !
On .hull! stieet,
Between tin1 residences nf ('. Polio and
.1 Hiiiiiiulutli. The Lot Iiih a
100 Fool; on Judil Street,
.;00 Feet Deep.
There is a. Comfortable I'ntiuge on
Tlie Lul is well covered willi (-rns?,
anil ha iiioal desirable mlilencu situ.
Roniiannding an excellent view of the
city and sea.
Hay-Deeds at purcha-tr'i expense.
ty For further particulars apply to
JAS. P. MORGAN,
Stocks & Bonds !
On SATURDAY, Jnn. 8511i,
AT IS O'CLOCK XOOX,
At iny Salesroom, Queen s'reei, I will
sell al Public Aiutinn,
60 Shares Haw. Agricul. Co.'s Stock,
Par Virtue $100.
10 Shares Ookala Plantation Slock,
Par Value f: OL
8 Shares Reciprocity Stock,
Pat Who $ 00.
9 Shares Honomu Stock,
Par Value $100.
$10,000 Government 6 Percent Bonds.
I2T TliH h an t x.'cllriit orliioity
lo scciiih good paving iiiVftlliU'liH.
,1AS. P. MO ICO AN,
152 1(1 Auciiiineei.
Notice of Hearing by Commissioner of
Boundaries for 1st Jud.lci.il
OK application or H imiiel M Diiiinn,
I will 'u-iile Hie li'iuniluiii'i of lilt
Kisliery, at ICulilil, Oahu, known iih the
"Kal luilUwu," ul tin: Pol ieu Con 1 1
Ito.nn, in Honolulu, on TUKSDAV,
Jan. 21, 1MI, til 1 o'clock i m ; mill all
parties biteie-led in s.iiil mi'ter arc
lienily notilkd to attend at snhl limit
Commissioner of riniimlnrli- fur 1st
Honolulu, .Ian i:, IftJIO. 451 hv
Sug;iii' JtoiUtr Wanted.
P.xpcrt Duller winti'i fqr Ha
uiakiiii Mill, Ilii'-iill. Anp'y
Tlii:o. II. PAVIKStf CO.
ANK1HT Wutclininn, Reference
iiipiiied. Apply at this ntllce.
AN Intelligent Youug Mun for 1111
olllee. Kofcrcnco lemiired. Apply
Ut lllll.LKTIN Ollleu.
A (IOOI) Cook for much ou Hawaii.
Apply at lids olllee. -HJtf
- ' , " r 1 ' -,,s"--i 'l-iThtW " n-iTMr $"Wtikltt "rfc
OF NEAV -SrOItK
and onlors should )e addrcNst'd to
BENSON, SMITH & CO.,
Valuable Real Estate
In the Business Center of Honolulu !
The attention of Capitalists, Tiuslees and Ileal Estate Investois, is enllid to
one of ihe most iuipottant sales of Ileal Estate, for biiMiicM
blocks, over held in Honolulu; the propeity bei ig
Minuted in the heait of the city
and bounded by
Nuuanu, Hotel and Bethel Streets.
The undersigned has received iustiuctions to offer for sale by
' auction, at his Salesroom, Queen street,
On Saturday, Jan. 25, 1 890,
iVrr 1 0'OJL.OCK NOON,
The whole oT thill VALUABLE CITY PROPERTY, known as the
(Excepting only the corner lot on Nuuanu and Hotel streets, owned by
i Mr. J.imes Olds)
Containing in all 16,000 Square Feet.
This is the most compact and deniable piece of property in Honolulu,
and being nituated in the heait of the lelail business quarter of the city,
between the two main arteries of trailie, (1'oit and Nuuanu stieets), leading
to and from tho wharves and haibor, it will lme a. value for all time, mid
theiefore holds out 11 11 usual inducements to capitalists, as a iemuneiatie
and permanent investment.
The main fiontages of this propeity aie -10 feet on Nuuanu stieet, 5W
feet on Hotel slieet ami 125 feet on Uethel street, which 'thiee streets
have been leeenlly widened by the Government to -10 feet each, and finely
macadamised and graded throughout, rendering llicni the finest Ihoiougll
faies in the eily. A new street of 12 feet width, which runs tlnough the
center of the pioppj-ly fiom Niiiianu to Bethel stieets, bus been donated by
the owner of the block, and this will givo additional stieet frontage of
l'.K) feet on one, side of tho new stieet and HI feet on the other, to all the
lots to be sold, leaving no lot without a valuable stieet frontage and to some
of tin-in veiy desirable and valuable stieet coineis.
Another advantage of this line piopeity as an investment, is ila excel
lent sanitary conditions, and being on the highest pail of the city, makai of
Motel street, it will have excellent drainage for buildings, erected I, 'icon,
and being of sullicient elevation, permits the construction of dny cellan,
on account of being -beyond the reach of tide water.
Tho block tbiis been sub-divided into building lots, numheiing I lo 12
us can be seen o'n a large new survey map, now on view at my Salesioom.
The title to the,priperty is pet feci. Terms of sale are one (hiid cash,
one thiid one ye.ir and one thinl two yeais, with inteiest at (5 per cent per
An j'xaipjria'ipn. of tis property is solicited, anil is cnnlldenlly lecoin
nfended as a permanently leinuneialive investment.
BJtT Foi fuller puiticiil.us and infnnnation apply to
JAS. F. MORGAN,
Kli) td AuoTioNni:n.
1 . ' '
K. lt.iIi:M)itr, President ic Manager.
(ioniitKV llitow.v, .Seem ary A; Treasurer.
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Opiin. NiH'iH'ltciM ItiuiU, : Fori Ntroe., Honolulu.
IMPORTERS and DEALERS IN
Hardware, -:- Crockery, :- Glassware,
Chandeliers, Electnliors, Lamps '&. Lamp Fixtures,
Paints, Oils AV Varnishes, Laid Oil, Oylindyr Oil,
1'owdcr, ShoUv Caps, Machine-loaded Cartridges, Chanibeihiin's Patent ;
HOUSE '4- FURNISHING -:- GOODS,,
Silver Tinted Ware, Tnblo it Pocket Cutlery,
1'lown, rianleiH' Steel Hoes", and other 'Agiioultural Implements,
5. lfANDLES OV ALL KINDS,
Halt's vMWd "Duplex" Die
jwiiuiiiua. vptfai nope, ivuonur iiosc,
Who --JHi)pl Rubber Hose, Spinclei-grip;
SpiinlJt(iu,iM Spiinklor Stands,
. v -V. agents irore
Union Melalljif Ojuliidgo Co.,
Win. a. e
"iihei's Wrought Steel Ranges,
- ?'JftUo City Slnno Eiltois,
. - i34MS'V'tj,5 4. lf$ttffr$A-ji
- 1:5. HOSK,
Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
John Ena, Viee-Pretlilent.
Ckoii. Knows, Auditor.
Of EVERY DESCfTIdN !
Stock for Pipn nolt Cultlne,,'
Wiro I'onee a riteel wire Mats,
"New Process" Rone,
Neal's Cm tingo Paints,
Piocess" Twist Drills, -'' -
Hail's Pateiil "Jliijilex" Plo Stock-i,