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M District, 2nd Precinct 1
Ret-iatration of Voteis !
The Hoard of Insiiectoi of l'.U-i
tion for the 2nd Piecinet, 2nd Dis
trict, Honolulu, will meet for Kogis
lerinr. Voter nnd corroeline, the
Register, nt the rolling Place for
-aid Precinct (Hon. W. H. RiecV
B.un, School street), on Fit I DAY,
.Inn. 17th, from 7 to It i M.. on SAT
ITRIUY, Jan. 18th, finin :'. to f,
p. m.j ut Engine Co. No. I, on .MON
DAY and TUESDAY, .Inn. SWih nnd
21st, f i oni 7 to !) each evening.
Meeting will he held .it ahovo
places on tame days of the weeks
ii n! at same hours until further
0 Voteis will please hiiiij- their
Tax Receipts with them.
I'll tf Chan man.
1st District 1st Precinct !
Inspectors' Notico of Time and Place
For Registering Voters.
The Inepectors of Election for the
1st Piecinet ot the 1st District of
Honolulu (the 1st Precinct eoin
piisc.s that portion lying east of
l'unnhou stieet fioni the mountain
to the sea) will hold meetings for
ltegisteiing Voters and eon eeting the
Register, WEDNESDAY, Jan. lfilh,
1800, between the hours of 2 p. M. and
. p. M., at the office of the Hawaiian
Oa i riage Manufactory, Queen street.
Alo meetings for Registration of
Votois will he held at Long Ilianch
Maths, "Waikiki, TUESDAY, Jan.
14th, SATURDAY, Jan. ISth, from 7
to 1) p. si,, at Kamoiliili Chinch, Jan.
17th, same hours, and at AVoodlawn
Dairy Premises, Jan. 20th, frjRn 0
to J) p. M,
E. G. SCHUMAN,
Chaiiman of Inspectors 1st Pre
cinct of 1st District. 417 td
ill District, 1st Precinct!
Registration of Voters !
The Inspectors, of Election for the
2nd District, 1st Precinct, Honolulu,
will hold meetings for Registering
Voteis and collecting the Register,
on THURSDAY, Jan. Kith, from II
to G p. m., at Maeniae Church, on
SATURDAY, Jan. 18th, at Stoic,
corner of Nuuami and I'auoa stieets,
Itetween the same houis, and on
MONDAY, Jan. 20th. at I'auoa
Chinch, same hours.
ALFRED V. CARTER,
Chairman of Inspectors of Election.
1st Precinct, 2nd Distiict.
3ri District, 1st Precinct !
Registration of Voters.
Notice is hereby given that a meet
ing will be hold in the 1st Piecinet,
.'!rd District, Honolulu, at the Hono
lulu Ritles Armoiy, Uerelania street,
on MONDAY, Jan. ,13th, between the
hours of 7 and 9 p. m., on WEDNES
DAY, Jan. ISth, same hours, and on
FRIDAY, Jan. 17th, and SATUR
DAY AFTERNOON, from 4 to ft, foi
the purpose of Registering Voters and
correcting the Register. There meet
ings will be continued from week to
week at'the same place on the same
days and houis as above.
447 tf Chairman.
8tli District, M Precinct!
Rfgittration of Voters !
The Inspectors of Election fort lie
2nd Piecinet of Distiict 5, Honolulu,
Ouhu, will meet in said Precinct at
the Reformatory School for the pur
pose of ltegisteiing Voters for Nobles
and Repiesentative, and conecting
the Register, on THURSDAY, Jan.
Kith, fiom 8 to 10 a. m. and from 4
lo 7 p. i., on Jan. 18th, from 8 to 10
a. m. and from 4 to 7 p. si., and on
Jan. 22nd, fiom 8 to 10 a. .m. and
fiom 4 to 7 p. m. Notice of further
meetings will be given at tho above
41'lenho bring your Tax Re
ceipts. TTIio 2nd riccinct of tho fith
District,' comprises nil that portion
of the District niakni of King stieet
and west of tho road np Kalihi
Valley. ' V. L. WILCOX,
Chaiiman of Inspectors of Election
fc, 2nd Piecinet, fitli District, Ho
nolulu, Onhu. J18 tf
1st District, 2nd Precinct I
RosiBtration of Voters I
Nulice is hereby given that it meet
ing will be held in the 2nd l'rceinel,
1st District, Honolulu, at the Public
School House on Heietauia stieet,
between Pons.ieola and Piikoi -tieets,
on SATU'inY, the ISth day of
January, lJs'.Kl, between the houis of
I and 8 p. .m for the purpnto of
liegistering Voter and eorieeling
All voters when icgislering aie
respectfully leiiuested to have their
GAKDNEU K. WILDEI!,
J. ALFRED M.UiOON,
Inspecting of Election, 2nd Pre
Mil District, 1st Precinct !
Registration of Voters !
The Inspector of Election for the
I-'iisl Piecinet ot Distiict Five will
meet in said Precinct at the Refoini
atory School for Nobles and Repie
sontatives anil eorieeling the Regis
tor, on WEDNESDAY, Jan. l.'.th
fiom 7 to !) p. in., THURSDAY, Jan.
Kith fiom 7 to!) p. m., FRIDAY, Jan.
17th fiom 7 to 9 p. in., SATURDAY,
Jan. 18th fiom 1 to t) . in.
Notice of any further meetings will
be given at the above meetings.
The First Piecinet of the Fifth
Distiict comprises all that poition of
said District lying East of the main
load up Knlihi Valley nnd mauka of
All voters when icgistering nic
respectfully leiiuested to bring their
452 tf Chaiiman.
4th District, 1st Precinct !
Registration of Voters !
The Inspcctots of Election for the
Fiist Precinct, of District Four, will
meet at the office of M. 1). Monsar
rat, Cartwright Uuilding, Meichant
street, opposite Post Office, on SAT
URDAY, Jan. 18th, from 1 to 9
p. M., on MONDAY, Jan. 20th, from
4 to 9 p. m. Notice of any further
meetings will be given at the above
All voters when registering aie ics
pcctfully requested to bring theii
The First Piecinet of the Fourth
District comprises all that portion of
said Distiict lying west of Nuuantt
M. D. MONSARRAT,
Chaiiman of lnspectoisof Election,
1st Piecinet, Ith District. 41 7t
4tk District, M Precinct !
Bounded by Richaids St., Heietauia
St , Nuiiauu St. and the Ilaihor.
Registration of Voters !
The Inspectors of Election for the
above Piecinet will meet at the Hell
Tower for the purpose of Registering
Voters and correcting the Registry,
on SATURDAY, Jan. 18th, fiom 4
to 8 p. m., and on WEDNESDAY,
Jan. 22nd, SATURDAY, Jan. 25th,
and FRIDAY, Jan. Hist, at the same
bonis. C. T. RODGERS,
H. W. AULD,
T. C. PORTER,
451 til Inspectois of Election.
In aceoulance with Section 1 of
Chapter XXVII. of the laws of 1SS(1,
all persons holding water privileges
or those paying water rates, nieheic
by notified that tho water rates for
tho'torm ending June DO, 1S90, will
be duo nnd payable at tho offieo of
the Honolulu Water Woiks on t lie
first of January, 1890.
All such rates lemaining unpaid
for fifteen days after they are due
will be subject to an additional 10
Parties paying lates will please
present their last lcceipt.
Rates aie payable at Jho office of
tho Water Works in tho Kapuaiwa
The Ktatuto allowing no disci otion
strict enforcement of this clause will
bo made. CHAS. R. WILSON,
Superintendent Water Woiks.
Honolulu, Dec. 21, 1889. 1'iltf
in accordance with tho power eon
fen cd upon mo by Law, I heieby
offer a roward of Fifty (SpGO) Dollars
to be paid to any person who shall
give evidence which will lead to tho
conviction of any pcron for the vio
lation of any of the provisions of tho
Election Law by doing any act de
signated in Mich law as ;j "corrupt"
or "illegal" practice.
L. A. THURSTON,
Minister of Interior.
Interior Office, Jan. 0, 1S0O,
Notice to Voters.
Tlie last Legislature changed the
boundaiies of ceitain Election Dis
tricts, to coiicspond with the changes
Chnnges have -been made in the
following named Districts, and eniise
iiiently all voters residing theiein will
have to Register befoie the Iupeetois
of Election of their lespcctive Pie
cinets, in ordei to vole at the coming
ISLAM) or o.uir.
The live l)istiiel of Honolulu.
IM.ANI) OP .MAPI.
The District of ".Vailuku.
The District of Ninth Wailuku.
'the Distiicl of Hann.
The Second Pieciiicl DMtiel
1-I.AVI) OP HAW Ml.
The District of South Hilo.
The District of Central Hilo.
The District of Ninth Hilo.
The Fiist and Second Piecinet of
the District of Hamakua,
The District of ICona.
In all other Districts the Register
of those who voted at the Election in
lsS7 will be ued as the b.ii of the
Regi-tei for I Mill, .subject to the col
lection and additions icipiind by
Eveiy voter should examine the
Register of the Precinct in which he
icsides, in onler lo see that his name
is theie, whether le-iegisteiing is re
iiiiicil or not, as it may have been
omitted by accident.
L. A. THURSTON,
Ministci of the Interior.
Intej ioj Office, Jan. 5, lS'.IO.
a ii :
PUtlcnl to neither Sect nor Party,
lint established for the benefit of nit.
FRIDAY, JAN. 17, 18P0.
The Lahui is mistaken in saying
that "Mr. D. Logan of the Humxtin
objected to Mr. Achi"
sitting as a clerk at the registration
of voters in the Fifth District. The
person named strolled into the regis
tration room as a spectator, and,
although surprised at seeing Mr.
Achi in that position, did not feel
called upon to interfere.
AN OPEN LETTER.
To Mu. A. Mahqpes.
Datr Sir: In reply lo your
"Challenge" contained in the Hri.
i.r.Tix evening before last, I would
state that it was my first thought to
pay no attention to it, as I considered
the fact that 1 was of tho very same
Mesh and blood as the Poituguese
colonists proof sufficient to every
reasonable man-among them that 1
would surely'be as jealous of their
every interest a9 any onp who was
not a Portuguese.
Further reflection, however, has
convinced me that some remarks in
reply might be appropriate as well
as some questions which I in turn
would like to put to you.
You want to know why 1 am run
ning on the Reform Party plntlorm.
Before answering that I would like
to know how it is that you arc run
ning in the company you arc?
You need not be told, need you,
that two of your present colleagues,
Mr. Wilcox and Mr. Rush, some six
months ago headed a movement of
violence, which, if it had been suc
cessful, would have wiped out every
Portuguese vote in our colony by
the restitution of the old constitu
tion? Though not running simply as a
representative of the Portuguese,
but to represent the interests of all
races and classes to the best of my
ability, still I am Portuguese enough
at heart never to strike hands with
those who meditated such an act
toward my countrymen.
Again you charge me witli run
ning with a party which is Pro-Chi
nese. While it is true that there i-
a wing of the Reform Party which
seems still to, entertain Pro-Chinese
sentiments, still this is true to
a still greater 'flegrcp of your
party. Roth parties have such
an clement in them, but it is because
I believe such an element less domi
nant today in the Reform Party of
Honolulu than in the Opposition,
that I stand as I do.
Have you forgotten that your
present colleague, Mr. Wideinann,
the leader of your ticket, in the last
Legislature on the ith of September
declared that ho "would rather die"
than vote for the Anti-Chinese con
stitutional amendment which re
ceived the hearty support of the
voices and votes of Nobles Wilder,
Robinso;;, and Smith now running
on the Reform Party ticket with my
self. Have you forgotten that it was
with Chinese money that your pre
sent colleague Mr. Wilcox, led a
icvolt deadly in Its intent toward
my Portuguese countrymen and two
oiitof the three convicted legislative
bribe lakers, Kamauoha and Kauhi,
who sold a measure dear to every
Portuguese heart for S50, are. now
running in the snnie party with
You say witli great ostentation,
t hut yon urn working for Hie inlcr-
HONOLULU, IT. I., ,TAXl7A"KY 17, 18&0.
est of the poor. I it necessary to j
do this that you should work for the '
interest of the poor in such company
You say you arc working against
money power. If you look over the
tickets both of the Opposition and
the Reform Party you will llud both
here and on the other islands plenty
of money and plantation power on
both tickets. You will find candi
dates with J'ro-Chincse tendencies
on both sides. You will find men
probably more or less involved in
the last icvolt on both sides hul
judging the parties as a whole I be
lieve there is more to be hoped for
on the Asiatic question more to be
hoped for to the lasting good of the
Portuguese Colony--more to he
hoped lor in the way of peace nnd
progress, in the liberal wing of
the Reform l'.itly than in the
Opposition, and tins conclusion
1 have a tight to come lo with
out laying myself open to the accu
sation of being either proCliinoe or
Miili-l'ortugucse. The distinctive
anti-I'ortuguese sentiment will be
loimd among your colleagues and
In conclusion, lei me say that I
Icavctyour foolish and ostentatious
challenge where I found it. I do
not pretend to be able to compete
either in talking or writing, with one
who does little else, but if I shall
he elected I shall try to prove by
my vole that 1 am auli-C'hinese and
for the interests not only of Portu
guese but also of all good citizens
and settlers, first, last and every
time. I have the honor to be, Mr.
Your obedient servant , ,
M. A. (iossm.vps.
Km mi: llru.r.iiN: I beg to sub
mit the following iiielions for con
sideration, and would be obliged by
Who "invented" our Election
What was it "invented" lot?
Who understands it?
Does the father of it know
own baby? Want to Know
A SOUND SUGGESTION.
KniToit lli'i.i.r.TiN'i 1 beg to draw
attention to what I consider to ha a
gross injustice to those gentlemen
who have signified their intention of
acting as chairmen of the Hoards of
Inspectors of Election.
Section Go of tho Election Law s
reads: "In ease of the failure of the
election of a Representative in con
sequence of the equality of votes be
tween two or more candidates, the
Chairman of the Inspectors shall
give a casting vote, but shall not in
any other case be entitled to vote at
Jn the first place I cannot under
stand why ho should be put on a
different footing 'from the other
members of the Hoard of Inspect
ors, nor in the second place, except
for the very remote chance of a tie,
why he should be placed on a level
with those who, by their ow n mis
deeds, have fotfeited their civil
1 respectfully suggest that this
matter should be considered at the
11. II. Gaijsiin.
I' OST n Pocket Unok eontnlniiiir coin
J mill viliiiinb' nipiTs. Ai ilv ui
1 .-,.". 'J'
;-) SOW'S, 7 months old;
month old. Pi ire '-20
e-irli lor the llr-t lot, !!
for jli'i lit 1! inonlln old. Ap;h at once.
W. R. MI-'AI,.
4.15 lw P. O. Riiiv No. :r.H.
I HAVE hoiif-lit tlic Shoe Sime, Till
Wo Wing ICee, No. Hfi Niiimini
stieet, Honolulu, from t'liiui Yic-U
I.cotii: Tan. All bills ni'itinst lite,
owucr on account of suid riore must
lie picseatcit to mo for payment within,
tidily ilnya from date hcicof, anil no
notice will lie taken of those sent, in
after the linn! lieie et.
WUN Yl'.M NAM.
Honolulu, Jan. 17, 1B-.0. -I :.i
If You Want a Hack
And a Careful Driver telephone to
Cnri'lnsi- .Vo. sj,
At Ihe Union Cnrrlnuf: t'u
Tele. CO! ; Hell Tel. '.'(1 1.
I ."11 lw
mVIDI'XI) will lie tint Mini n:iv-
J. able to the approved cicijltor el
II. M. on and after the 20 iiM . ill the
ojilee of .. '. ('ailw right, Mei chant
(itreel, oppo-ltc llelhel -ti I't't . Ple.i-e
l-illlc-lll.v. PICK U()i;,
MIIS. O.SIIORNi: Is now pirpirul lo
Kive inati actions in l'micy Wurk
, nt "Vim Arlington," linoin II. ( lai-s
Li'ssoii3: Morula, s, "iVi-iliiesibiys anil
Fridays. Private lessons by i-pecinl
I arrangement. Stamping and order-
pionipliy iiucnucii to. ii u
1)l"nsONS holding ilrnris or MesM--;.
"V. Herbert Purvis A Co. on the
undersigned dated prior to and Includ
ing September 30, Jfc8!t. nio icqiiesicil
to present them for paviiienl without
delav. F. A.rOllAKITRtVfO.
Honolulu, .Jan. i:. It-no, ,".:i lw
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IP P km
I-t isMiing a new form'of insurance which provides, in Hie i.neni of dcatli, for a return of all ptcir.lu.iis p.iid in ad
dition lo the ninoiint ot tlio policy, or, should the insuied survive a given-number of yeari, Hie Company will
ri-1 in ti all the premiunn paid with Interest; or. instead of accepting the policy and profits in cash the leual holder
liny, WITIHJirr.MEDK'ALKXAMINATIONand WITHOUT ITUTIWH I'AYMEN I' OK I'l.'K.MH'MM, take in
lull thereof the amount of poliiy and piollli in FULLY I'AII) UP insurance, participating annually in dividend-!.
Remember, this contract is issued by the oldest Life insurance Company in the United Stales, ami the Lar
ge.'l Financial Institution in tho Woikl, iU assets c.vctodiiur One Hundred and Twenty-Six Millions of llollars.
tfc-T l-'or full particular call on or
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.ffl3?!i-':5"J-A' " . Mltty .-
I'ffis'&'SVSM atmi -.'
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AAlh3rii mm. . $ i"s.-i- i-V.t,-i J,-vic, 'v .-.. ix Jt
J'lVviEf-Jiie. ' u
cn 54 ti 'J a
LLSifawiitJj . aSaaS.?i4t3M n mill . a LHSS1 . duUn.
Solo Pro-prioiors of
Hep Ale, fiiiiifi, RssiiiifiFFFHIi!, Sarsmisirilla, Mineral Waters, Elc.
Auction Sales by j-uiigs l?. BorjlaD.
Talnal M Estate
at a rcnor.'.
On SATURDAY, .Tsm. ISih,
AT IS OTJ.OC!'. XOUTi.
At my Silisiofin, fjno-n -Ihi-i, 1 will
fell at Piihln- Auciio'i ill it
Valuable PARCEL of LftND !
() i. In 1 1 i- I,
I'l-U'.ee i tlie ic-iiii'.eneiM ol ('. I'nllc
,1 Ku im.lulli. I lie l.i' i.-is ,i
100 Feet ott ,!ti(iti SJrcei,
:;0() reoi. Deep.
Tlieie i n C'liinfoiliililo Colin;'!' iiii
The hot is well noviiinl with ernst,
and Is a in ).'t ileii-,ililtj leilileniv -i-e,
ciiiniuanilhig mi ecelli:nl viow t llie
eliy anil sua. .y
' SOT'Dccds- -it pnii-li i ir'.i ev, rnc.
tSSTPoi fiutliur jiailiLiil.iifai ply to
Stocks & Bonds!
AT IU I'I'I.I)CK xoex.
At my J'nli'.ionin, tjtueti B'leet, I v. ill
sell at Public Aiiilhvi,
GO Sliarcs Haw. Agrlcul. Co.'s Slot!;,
P.u Value tflGO.
10 Shares (Mala Plantation Steele,
Par Viilili) -m,
I Slmies Reciprocity Sloe!;,
I'm Value ij'to.
9 Siiaies Honomu Stock,
Par Value sjt0(,
$10,000 Government 'fl Percaal Bonds,
t?" This Is nu eP(illciitopmittiiiiy
lo Hi-etiio goud iiayhig Invesiiucnu.
if AS. F. JtlOUCiAX,
iVi Id ' Auctioneer,
a 1it.iftjt ViAt'k JinWOi !! .tfy tn x i mjmjta rjKwii mt iJtsMUwaxiHaafc!
32r rvx'v" rcwreri:
' T f-T I? P ft 7
rwrrm irT----TrTrirT-n-rii "r- r .rrmnr i i m trail um imtimmw u .
IfS.ilLlHl V, A - C - iu - is
h (ti tMt m . "? ct ry im m h jsx r?3J jk 4&k
PillHSlE If PHI
" -p -- m f P k II f
u Us hi. &sa vJ? B-a i gj K..
::m:1 ovilors should be addresfied lo
BENSON, SMITH & CO.,
The Hilcnlinii or('.iiil:di..iK, Trusleea and Keal Kutale Inventors, U calhd lo
inn-nf llie inosl iuiioitaul s-nles of Ileal I'dalo, for hiiMiicba
hlc.i'L , i M-r held in Honolulu; the )iopeily hei ie;
iliiiited in the hcail of the city
and houudeil iy
Ifiuiann, Hotel and Bethel Stiaete.
Tin- utiili-i-.-dk'ued has icceived iii.sliuetions to ofl'or for sale hy
ituclion, at his Salesroom, (Juccn stieet,
AT 15 O'CLOCK NOON,
The ulnle uf lh.it 'VAM'AI5M-: CITV PROPERTY, known as the
'(Kvceptiug oiils the corip-r lot on Xuiiann and Holol nil-coin, owned hv
Mr. ,l.i men Olds )
Containing in all. 16,000 Square Feet,
This i 1 1 io iilo-l compact and desiiahlo pieco of pioperty in Honolulu,
and hei nu; .situated in the heait of tho ictail hiiHinc.ss iiiarlor of the city,
hetween tho two main aiteries of trailic, (Port and Nuiiauu Htiootn), K'wlint'
to and fiom HuAvharvcs and haihor, it will have a value for all time, a'rid
Ihi-iefoie holihi out unusual indueeinent.s to eapitaliMH, as a leinunerativo
and jieiiiiaiient investment.
The main fronlitf'es of this propeily aie -10 feel on Nuuanu stieet, OH
feet on Iloiel" Htit-et ami I2."i feet on Uelhel Htreel, which thiee stieets
have heen recently widened hy (ho (loverninent to -10 feet each, and finely
macadamised and graded lliroughoul, lc'idoiine; them the lincst thorough
farCMin theeiiy. A new sin-el of 12 feet width, which inns tlnoue,h the
eenlei of the pmpeity fiom Nuiiauu to Hot hoi stieets, has heen donated hy
the owner or tho Mock, and this will give additional stieet frontauo of
l!l.r) feet on one side of the new stieet and ill feet on the other, to all tin
Into lo he sold, leain' no lot without a valuahle street fioiitajjo and to some
of thein vciy ilQ.-draMo and valuahle stieet coiucik.
AuotlieiMidvanlage of this lino pioperty as an investment, is its evccl
lent sanitary, conditions and heiuj; on the highest part-of tlio city, iiuikni of
Hotel hlici'tijt will have e.Ncellenl draiiiaj'o for huihlinns erected thereon,
ami heinjf ol-'snllleient elevation, peimits the eonstiuction of deep cellais,
on account of li-im; heyond the reach of lido water.
The lilock hitH heen puh-ilivided into huildiiu' lots, nuinheilnn I lo !i
iih can ho seen on a largo now suivey map, now on view at my Salehidoiu, "
The title lo-lhe pro))ery i? ieifect. TeiniR of sale aie one Ihird caBh,
one third one yj-.tr and one third two yeais, wilh inleicst ar Ii per eenl per
' An examination ul (his piopeily is solicited, ami in eonlhleiilly iecoi
mended as a pevmaiieiitly leinuneiative iiiM-tinciil.
H& Fur fuller pailieulais and iufoiination ajiply In
v( ' s .JAS. F. EV90RCA,
W ' '. Ari'i'ioMiini,
Aent for the Hawaiian Islands.
vt r T-Tor T,
& IRON WATER,
Genfer of Honolulu !
Jan. 25. I 890.
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