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Iff BY AUTHORITY.
2nd District, 2nd Precinct !
Registration of Voters I
The Board of Inspectors of Klec
lion for the 2nd Piecinc!, 2nd Dis
trict, Honolulu, will meet for ltegis
teriug Voteis mid coi reeling the
Register, at the Tolling Place for
-aid Precinct (Hon. W. II. Wee's
Barn, School street), on 1T.IDAY,
Jan. 17th, from 7 to 9 v. !., on SAT
URDAY, Jim. 18lh, from a to i
i'. m.; at Engine Co. No. -I, on MON
DAY and TUESDAY, Jun. 20th nnd
21st, from 7 to 9 each evening.
Meetings will be held at above
places on same day of the weeks
and at s.imo bom until futthoi
g0 Voteis will ploiire luing their
Tax KcceiptH with them.
lol tl Chaiiman.
lsl District 1st Precinct!
Inspectors' Notice of Time and Place
For Registering Voteii.
The Inspectois of Election for the
1st Pieeinct ot the 1st Distiicl of
Honolulu (the 1st Precinct coin
puses that portion lying east of
Punahou utieei from the mountain
to the sea) will hold meetings for
Registering Votors and correcting the
Register, WEDNESDAY, Jan. 15lh,
1 81)0, between the hours of 2 i si. and
ft 1'. M., at the office of the Hawaiian
Oariiage Manufaetoiy, Queen street.
Also meetings for Registration of
Voters will be held at Long l)i anch
JJ.iths, Waikiki, TUESDAY, Jan.
14th. SATURDAY, Jan. 18th, from 7
to 0 l'. M., at Kamoiliilt Chinch, Jan,
17th, same hours, and at Woodlawn
Dairy Piemises, Jan. 20th, horn 0
to y i. m.
E. G. SCHUMAN,
Chaiiman of Inspectois 1st Ph.
cinct of 1st Distiict. -1 17 td
2ntt District, 1st Precinct !
Registration of Voters !
The Inspectors of Election foi the
2nd District, 1st Pieeinct, Honolulu,
will hold meetings foi" Registering
Voters and conecting the Register,
on THURSDAY, Jan. 10th, Horn 3
to C r. m., at Maemae Church, on
SATURDAY, Jan. 18th, at Stoic,
comer of Nuuami and P.uioa sticets,
between the same hours, and on
MONDAY, Jan. 20th, at P.moa
Church, same hours.
ALFRED W. CARTER,
Chairman of Inspectors of Election,
1st Precinct, 2nd Distiict.
3rfl District, 1st Precinct !
Registration of Voters.
Notice is hereby given that a meet
ing will be held in the 1st Pieeinct,
Hid District, Honolulu, at the Hono
lulu Rilles Aimoiy, Beietania street,
on MONDAY', Jan. 13th, between the
hours ot 7 and 0 v. !., on WEDNES
DAY, Jan. 10th, same hours, and on
FRIDAY', Jan. 17th, and SATUR
DAY AFTERNOON, from 4 to G, for
the pin poso of Registei ing Voters and
eoi reeling the Registor. These meet
ings will be continued fiom week to
week at tho same placo on the same
il.iys and hours as above.
117 tf Chairman.
5th District, 2nQ Precinct !
1IO.VOM l.li, OAJII.
Rf gittralion of Voters !
The Inspectois of Election for the
2nd Pieeinct of Distiict .", Honolulu,
O.ihu, will meet in said Precinct at
the Reformatoiy School foi the put
pose of Registei ing Voteis for Nobles
and Reptchentative, ami conecting
tho Register, on THURSDAY, Jan.
10th, from 8 to" 10 a. m. and fiom 4
to 7 p. m., on Jan. 18th, fiom 8 to 10
a. M. and from -1 to 7. p. i and on
Jan. 22nd, fiom 8 to 10 a. m. and
from 4 to 7 p. m. Notice of fuilhei
meetings will be given at tho above
sypieaso In ing your Tax Re
ceipts. gjTThc 2nd Pieeinct of tho fith
District, compiiscs all that poition
of the District makai of King street
and west of flic load up Kalihi
Valley. W. L. WILCOX,
C'hniiinan of Inspectois of Election
2nd' Pieeinct, fith Distiict, Ho
nolulu, O.ihu. 118 tf
1st District, 2nd Precinct 1
Eotcistration of Voters !
Notice is hereby given that n meet
ing will ho held in the 2nd Picelnel,
lsl District, Honolulu, at the Public
School House on Herctr.nia stioot,
between l'cns.icoln and Piikoi sheets,
on SATlMtDAY, the 18th day of
.Unuaiy, l&'.'O, between the horns of
1 and 8 i: m foi the purpose- of
ltegisteiing Votet and collecting
All voters when lvgisteiing aie
respectfully renuestcd 'to have their
.7. ALFRED MAOOON,
Inspectors of Election, 2nd Pie-
ewioU -15 Id
5th "District, lsf "Precinct !
. Honolulu. Oaliu.
Registration of Voters !
The Inspector of Election foi
First Pieeinct of Distiict Five
meet in-said Pieeinct at the Refoim
ntorv School for Nobles anil Repie-
sent.itives ami collecting the Regis
ter on WEDNESDAY, Jan. l.'ilh
from 7 to 0 p. in., THURSDAY, Jan.
10th fiom 7 to! p.m., FRIDAY, Jan.
17th fiom 7 to !) p. m., SATURDAY,
Jan. 18th from 1 to U p. in.
Notice of any furlhei meeting will
be given at the aboe meetings.
The Fiist Pieeinct of the Fifth
District comprises all that poition of
said Distiict lying East of the main
mad up Kalihi Valley and mauka of
All olet when icgisteiing Hie
lebpeclfully tcqucstwl lobiinglheii
452 tf Chairman.
4th District, 1st Precinct !
Registration of Voters !
The Inspectois of Election for the
Fust Pieeinct, of District Four, will
meet at the office of M. D. Monsar
l'at, ditwiight Building, Mcichant
street, opposite Post Office, on SAT
URDAY, Jan. 18th, from 1 to i
p. !., on MONDAY, Jan. 20th, fiom
4 to 'J P. M. Notice of any fuithci
meetings will be given at the above
All xoters when registering .ire tes
pcctfully ii'questcd to biing their
Tax Receipts. ,
The First Precinct of tho Fourth
District comprises all that portion of
said District lying west of Nuuanu
M. D. MONSARRAT,
Ch.iiimanof Inspectois of Election,
1st Pieeinct, 4th District. 45171
411 District, M Predict!
Bounded by Rieh.ii ds St., Bcretania'
St., Nuuanu St. anil the llaibor.
Registration of Voters
The Inspectois of Election for the
above Pieeinct will meet at the Bell
Tower for the purpose of Registei ing
Voters and coi reeling the Registry,
on SATURDAY, Jan. 18th, fiom 4
to 8 p. .M and on WEDNESDAY',
Jan. 22nd, SATURDAY, Jan. 2.')th,
and FRIDAY, Jan. .'list, at the same
bonis. C. T. RODOERS,
H. W. AULD,
T. C. PORTER,
451 fit Inspectois of Election.
In nccoidnnce with Section 1 of
Chapter XXVII. of the laws of 18S0,
all persons holding water privileges
or those paying water rates, aieheie
by notified that tho watoi lates for
tiic;teim ending Juno DO, 181)0, will
bo duo and payublu at tho office of
tho Honolulu Water Woikh on the
first of Januaiy, 1800.
All such lates leinaining unpaid
foi fifteen days after they aie due
will he subject to an additional 10
Paities paying nites will plc.itc
piesent their last receipt.
Rates aie payable at the ollico of
tho Water Works in the Kapuaiwa
The statute allowing no disci otinn
sti id enforcement 6f this clause will
bo made. CIIAS. B. WILSON,
.Supoiintondont Walei Woik.
Honolulu, Dec. 21, 1881). liillf
Notice of ltewnrd.
In accoidanco with the power con
feried upon mo by Law, 1 heieby
oiler a rew.ud of Fifty (WO) Dollais
to be paid to any peison who shall
give cvideuce which will lead to the
conviction of any peison foi tho vio
lation of any of tho piovisions of the
Election Law by doing any act de
signated in such law as a "eoi nipt"
oi "illegal" piactice.
L. A. THURSTON,
Minister of Interior.
Interior Office, Jan. (1,18(10.
Noitco to Voters.
Tho last Legislatuie changed the
boundaries of certain Election Dis
tricts, to conespond with the changes
Changes have been mado in the
following named Districts, and conse
quently all otets lcsiding theiein will
hne to Register before the Inspectors
of Election of their lespeoliw Pie
eincts, in order to oto at the coining
island or OAJtr.
The live Distiicts of Honolulu.
sl,Nl) OK MAt't.
The Distiict of Wailuku.
The Distiict of North Wailuku.
'Ihe Distiict of liana.
The Second Pieeinct Distiict
Mn I:. i wan.
IflMND or HAWAII.
The Distiict of South llilo.
The Distiict of Cential llilo.
The Distiict of Noith llilo.
The FiiH and Second Piecinel
the Distiict of Hamakua.
The District of Koua.
In all olhei Districts the Register
of those who otcd at the Election in
1887 will lie used as tho basis of the
licgii-lci foi 1800, subject to the col
lections and addilioni icquiicd by
Eveiy voter Miould examine the
Register of the Pieeinct in which lie
lesidcs, in older to see that his name
is there, whether re-iegisteiing is ic
(iiiied or not, as it may have been
omitted by accident.
L. A. THURSTON,
Miniftci of the Iuleiioi.
Intel ioi Office, Jan. 'i, LS'.H).
Cii. eta: l
PMcfil to neither Sect nor Party,
But established for the benefit of all.
THURSDAY, JAN. 1C, 1890.
The popularity of the Bii.i.i.nx
has brought to its columns such an
abundance of adveitisements, that
we aie compelled to hold over piles
of live leading mailer already in
Naturally, opinions differ in re
gard to the Noble ticket for the Isl
and of Oalm, adopted by the nomin
ating convention. Some consider it
a very weak ticket and others a
wonderfully strong one. We en
dorse neither extreme ; but, taking
Into account the list from which
nominees had to be selected, think
the ticket moderately good. It
might have been better, and it might
have been worse. It certainly is
not the beat that could have been
made fiom the available list. The
unwisdom of dropping certain
names will probably be more appar
ent on election day. The rojeetion
of Mr. A. Young was matter of sur
prise to us and many others. One
would have thought that common
courtesy, to say nothing of the gen
tleman's fitness, would have nomin
ated Mr. R. llalstead, consldcrjng
that his was tho only name on the
list from the country districts of the
The ballot showed that Mr. Em
tneluth, who was a candidate for the
House of Nobles, was not a favor
ite with the nominating Convention.
Probably his honest and outspoken
convictions at tho Fifth District
meetings were a bar to his success.
Mr. Join Bowler has been again
frustrated ill an attempt to gel from
the Hawaiian Government his just
dues for work done. This time the
.Supreme Court has thrown out his
claim. No doubt the Court is light
according to law, but Qc law some
times works injustice, and it has
done so in tho case of John Bowler.
There is a natural moral law, which,
in the minds of true men, takes
piccedencc of legal enactment. That
law has been violated, and calls for
redress. It is a monstrous disgrace
that this man should be chiseled out
of his hard-earned pay, whether the
law authorised the woik or not.
Mr. R. J. Greene's speech in the
Nominating Convention was able and
eloquent, but calculated to alienate
support. Comparing the Opposi
tion in the piesent electoral cam
paign to the rebels and coppcihcads
in the American civil war is distaste
ful to men who believe in libeity of
thought. Because men do not fully
fall m with the policy or doings of
the party with which Mr. Greene is
allied, arc they llieicfore rebels and
the enemies of enlightened and pro
giessive government? Many voters
in this district arc not so narrow in
their political views, and will not
assist to make up a legislature of
men so piejudiced and unjust,
tiujit Ji- i4iSiS
elfo-l ii Ll fi'Wii.&iiA.iifcj.f. JSite .is&L.s&t i. a- htJuliidtlt'J. KAfj.A,iuUAJ'i?iiyi
.HONOLULU, II. I., .TANUAHY 10, 181)0.
It has been openly boasted that
the Reform party did away with tho
requirement of citizens producing
their tax receipts to entitle them to
vole. Thon, why do sonic of the
boards of inspectors demand the
production of tax receipts in regis
tering voters? Is this the collapse
of another "hollow profession ?"
The platform adopted by the He
foi m Convention, and to which its
nominees are pledged, is brief and
meagre. It is good enough so far
as it goes, but it goes a ery shoit
distance. One would have thought
that after soliciting, by circular, as
sistance from so many citizens in
making up the document, something
more definite and complete would
have been olfered. The mountain
laboied, and a mouse, a very mull
mouse, was brought forth.
THEIR RECORD AGAINST THEM.
KniTOi: Bui.i.kiin: In the 1. ('.
Advertiser of the UHh theie is a
"howl" (the woid "howl" is appio
priatcd from the P. C. A.) of self
glorification of the Administration's.
pure and honest record or its clean
hands and so foith. Well, they
ought to expect that the people
would be surprised if they were
habitually found with unclean hands
or faces cither, as they have all the
control of the water supplies and
water funds also. They have fre
quently declaimed the maladminis
tration and corruption of the foimer
administration. The people have
not forgnlteu all thai nor are likely
to. Anil tlieie is still more that Hie
people have not forgotten, and that
is the frequent attempts of the pie
sent Administialiou to handle and
appropriate the people's money to
their sweet will and fjuiwtic pet
schemes, and their persistent efforts
to twist about the laws to justify
their intentions. And the people
don't forget, either, how nearly
they succeeded had it not been for
the' faithful and sturdy attitude of
the Auditor-General. If this is not
tint, then what did the Auditor
General's Report to the Legislature
amount to, or the cool ami brazen
statement of the Minister mean,
when he asked for the discontinuance
of the ollico and offered as a icasoii
that it impeded their duties. This
request for the discontinuance of
the office was made to the Legisla
ture as a forlorn hope, when it was
found that the incumbent would not
tamely resign at their asking or pro
mises held out.
Did not the "Lion from Molokai"
do his best in getting laws passed in
previous Legislatures for the pro
tection of Appropriations? Was not
that one of the loudest howls they
could raise against Gibson the
misappropriation of Appropriations?
Yes, but consistency, you know, is
not agreeable to remember by the
It is not true that disappointment
and dissatisfaction aiose fiom the
partition of spoils except at the par
tition of the Canadian treaty fund;
but it is true that discontent and
disappointment supervened on the
discovery of broken pledges and
falsehood on the part of the leaders
of the League of 1887, for, as soon
as they felt that their necks were
safe, they laughed in the faces ol
those who but a hoit fcv days be
fore they relied upon to see them
through their undertaking at all
hazards. They shut them out from
any further deliberations or voice in
their secret meetings, by reorganiz
ing another Committee of Thirteen,
and taking into that committee from
Merchant and Queen sheets those
who before the crisis refused to join
them or run any risk of conse
quences. No wonder these additions
of loud-mouthed Reformers created
suspicion if not disgust.
Was it disappointment at the pai I i
tion of spoils that made earnest and
sincere men wonder wilhin them
selves, when it became rtimmed that
their reward was to lie shadowed by
employed henchmen, whose business
it was to report to their Bosses all they
heard and more too of those who
had manly independence enough and
respect to express freely their views
and ideas upon passing events, and
could not believe that such treachery
existed until the suspected hench
men gave themselves away by the
knack of dropping revolvers from
their persons as if by accident, nhen
spotting 'about billiaid and bar
rooms, and the scandal got so openly
talked about that the said supposed
henchmen became more obscure? 'It
was more than disappointment when
these men got employment in place
of those who did not come the seas
across with a cloudy record. Yes,
there was and still continues a dis
appointment at the cowaully, rude,
aggiessivc, and disrespectful de
meanor toward those whom accident
has put in their fancied power.
Anyway, a change cannot result in
anything worse than broken pledges
to the people and a disreputable
political record. The safety of the
country and confidence in it from
abroad is from itself its own peo
ple and not fiom cabinets or ad
ministrations. O.st. Who Knows.
ADIVIDKNDvlUboilno mid pay
abluio tlienppiovcd cieditors of
II. M. on and after the 20 Inst , nl the.
.olllee if A. .r. Cm h light, Muielmnt
MutI, oppnMlo llethel Mieet. I'k'ii'o
cull rail). ricn Oltl)i:il.
U issuing a new form of insurance which provides, in the event of death, for a return of all premiums paid in ad
dition to the amount of the policy, or, should the insured survive a given number of years, the Company will
leliiin all the premiums! paid witlinteiest ; or, instead of accepting the policy mid profits in cash the leiral holder
imiv. WITHOllTMEDICALKXAMINATIONiind WITHOUT FUIl'l'lIKI! PAYMENT OF PRh.MILM.S, liiku in
lieu thereof the amount of policy and piolits in I-TLI.Y PAID IT itisuiauce, pailielpatlng annually in dividends.
Remember, this contract is issued by the oldest Life Insurance Company in the United Stales, and the Lar
gest Financial Institution in the World, its assets exceeding One Hundred mid Twenty-Six Millions of Dollais.
1ST For full particulars call on or address ,
Dcc-21-80 Geneial Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
Cl ffl. liULUDtKli
j0& FINE BALTIMOB,E
k' STRAW HiTS !
v ae-st v. ana mmmijb huu eii hi iki
TAHITI LEMONADE WORKS COMPANY.
1J. rX ;BA.IIX3Tr, Mmiager.
TAHITI : LEMONADE,
LEMON, : CREAM :anih PLAIN : SODA,
Sole Proprietors of BAILEY'S SARSAPARILLA & IRON WATER,
Giicr Ale, Hop Ale, Bmiliii Barijafle, Sarsajarilla, Mineral W alers, Etc.
fcr All (omiiiiinicatioiiH and orders should ho addressed io
BENSON, SMITH & CO..
Auction Sales by James F. Morgan.
Talnal Real Estate
Oa SATURDAY, .Ian. lSili,
AT 1 O'l'MK'K NOOX.
Al my Silesioniii, Queen fln-el, I will
tell til Piililu: Auction, III it
Valuable PARCEL of LAND !
Oi JikM sli.'ct,
Uclwri'i il.c r".hIi'iif'M of ('. I'oitc m.il
.1 Kinint lull). The l.oi lifts h
100 Feet on J add Si reel,
:too root n'i.
There U u t'oiiifortiihle Collude on
The I.ut is well coveii'il villi ki.is
ami Is a most (leshlile ii"lileiiei flic,
coiMiiiiinilini; an c client view ol Illicit)-
taywl)i C(lt .it piuehil't I 'a ej Uric.
tSPKor fnilher puilienliiirt iipply to
,)AS. I MOHMAX,
Stocks & Bonds !
On SATURDAY,. Inn. giitli,
AT 1 O'CLOCK XOON.
At my Suli'Monni, Queen street, I will
M'll at Public Auction.
CO Snares Haw. Agricul. Co.'s Stock,
Par Value ij-100.
10 Shares (Mali Plantation Stock,
Pur Value $100.
8 Shares Reciprocity Stock,
Par Value $100.
9 Shares Honomu Stock,
Par Value $100.
$10,000 Government 0 Percent Bonds.
ESP" ThU U an exeollent opportunity
to sieuiu good paying iiivuhtiiiviit-i.
.IAS. V. MO KG AN,
453 Id Auctioneer.
of ivkiw roxns:
K MM m S8t Bi Bfe rx B K3h &
Valuable Real Estate
In the Business
The tilli'iilion of Capitalist, Tnister-s ami Heal Estate Investing, i.s onllui to
one nl tlio moil impoiliint niU-h of Heal Ktttutc, for bnsine.sa
lilockn, evci held in Honolulu; the projicity bei i;
mIii. Hei in tho heart of the city
and bounded by
Nuuanu, Hotel and Bethel Streets.
The nndeisij;ned lias leeeived insliuetions to offer for Nile by
auction, at bin .Salomooni, Queen stieet,
On Saturday, Jan. 25, 1 890,
AJL' t O'CJ-OCIC NOON,
The who.- of llial VALUA1ILR (J1TY PKOPERTY, known an the
" BOOTH ESTATE,"
(Kvenplinj; only tho coiner lot, on Niiii.uiii and Hotel HlreHa, owned by
Mr. .lames Olds )
Containing in all 16,000 Square. Feet
This is, tho nintt rompacl and deirablo piece of property in Honolulu,
and Wiiijt wiluiited in the lieait of (lie retail businohi ip-iaiter of the city,
between tho two main artoiieH of tnillle, (Foil and Nuuanu Htreots), lending
to uiitl from tho whnivos and baibor, it will have a value for till time, and
tbeiefoiu IioMr out uimximl inducements to cipitnlihtu, hh n leinuneijitho
and peimauent investment.
The main frontages of this pinpeitv nui 10 frut on Niiuami Micci, il.'t
feet on Hotel. Hljeot and 125 feet on Hethel htieet, wliicli three Hlieetn
have been leeontly widened by the (Jovernment to -10 feet each, and finely
mai,adainJBetfaiid,j,'iaded throughout, leadeiing tliein tho (incut tboiough
fates in the city. .NA now slicel of 12 feet width, -which iuiib thiougli the
center of the niopurly fiom Niiiiinu to Hethel stieets, has been donated jiy
the owner of to. bloc);, and this will give additional stjeot frontage of
ID.l feet oi) oi)u side of tho new htieet and IH feet on tie other, to ajl tli
lots to be soli, Ioaviug no lot without a aluablo ntieet frontage and to porno
of them vciy'dCHirnble and valuable sticot coinein. .
Another advautngo of this lino pioperty as an investment, is itn excel
lent sanitary .conditions, nnd being on the highest pait of the city, makai of
Hotel street, it wili have excellont drainngo for buildings eieutcd tlieieon,
and being of fiij(Huiont elevation, permits tho contitiiiction of deep cellais,
op account of mujg boyond the leach of tide water.
Tho lilockias'Oieen Hub-divided into luiilding lots, numboiing 1 to 12
as can bo seeiraja large now suivey map, now on view at my Salesiooni.
Tho tillo lot)jo pioperty h peifect. Tenus of sale aie one third cavh,
ouothiid on'p'ar, nuii one thiid twoyeniij, witii inteiest at (i per cent per
annum. ' .'
An examinalion of this piopcily is solicited, and is confidently i renin.
mondeil as a pei'manenlly lemuneiative investnient.
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if (fflaGfiP,-'!i-.9.'-i.-'.'- ,,.jJ.j,.'t..4il;
Center of Honolulu !
paitiuulars and infoi million apply to
JA8. F. MORGAN,
i TfiiMfi 'iiiiEliriMiinJiii
nHHnHH iii Jv J $