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DAILY BULLETIN: HONOLULU, IT. L, JANUARY 18, 1890.
1st District, 2nd Precinct !
i' ti d:
Registration of Voters !
2nd District, 2nd Precinct
Registration of Voteis !
The Board ol lnpi?clui 1.1 r.iee
tint for the 2nd J'lci-iuut, 2ml Dis
trict, lloiiolulit, will meet for Begin
tering Voter" and collecting tin."
Kegister, at the Polling Place for
-aid Precinct (Hon. V. H. Bice's.
Bam, School street), on J'HIDAY,
Jan. 17lli, from 7 to t r. M.. on SAT
IIKDAY, .Ian. 18th, fiom :i tot'.
m.; tit Engine Co. No. -I, mi MON
DAY and TUESDAY, .Inn. 20th and
21st, from 7 to D each evening.
Meetings will hi" hi'lil lit above
places on fame days, of tin weeks
ami at same honri until ftulhei
0 Votci. will pleas-cluing their
Tax ltceeipls with them.
-tl tf Chairman.
1st District. 1st Precinct !
Notice ic herehv given that ti meet
ing will ho held in the 2nd l'lecinel,
lil District, Honolulu, at the Public
School llnitac "ii IK'iclr.ni.i Klieil,
between I'ens.u'oVi ami Piikoi xttcets,
mi SATIMSDVY. the ISlli day of
.lanunrv, 1WI0. helween the bouts of
I and S . m for the purpose of
RcgUtciiiig V"tel.- and eoneeliiig
All voter- when icgtateiing two
icspectfully requested to havo then
luiinxKU k. wii.nuu,
luspettoij of r.lcction, 2nd Vie
dnct. I'M Id
Bill District, 1st Precinct !
I lonolnlu. Onliu.
PMfttl to ntxther Sect nor Party,
tint cttaVlhhcil for thr btiicit of till.
SA'ITHDAY, -JAN. IS, 18HU.
In the demise of Judge, l'leslon,
Second Associate Justice of the Su
picnic Court, Hie country lias lost
an aide and conscientious judge.
Perhaps a more learned lawyer or a
more upright judge never pat on the
Supreme bench of the Hawaiian
Kingdom. His worth will be more
appreciated now he is pone than
when he was. alive.
I inspectors' Notice cf Time and Place
Tor Registering Voters.
The Inspectois of Election for the
1-t Vieeinct ol the 1st District of
Honolulu (the lt-t l'recincl com
prises that portion lying cast of
Vunahou street fiotn the mountain
in the ken) will hold meetings foi
Begibtering Voters and correcting the
Ht-gister, "WEDNESDAY, Jan. l.'itli,
1SSI0, between the bonis of 2 i. i. and
." i M., at the oHiec of the Hawaiian
C triage Manufactory, Queen street.
Also meetings for Registration of
Voters will be held at Long Branch
Baths, Waikiki, TUI5SDA.Y, Jan.
14th, SATUBDAY, Jan. 18th, from 7
to i) f. m., at Kamoiliili Church, Jan.
17th, same hours, and at Woodlnwn
Dairy Premise, Jan. 20th, fiom 0
to !l r. M.
Chairman of Inspectors ltt Pre
cinct of 1st District. -I-I7 td
2nfl District, 1st PreciBEt!
Registration of Voters !
The In.-peetor of Election for the
First l'recincl of District Five will
meet in said Precinct at the Itefot ni
si toty School for Nobles and Bepie
sentatives and collecting the Regis
ter, on WEDNESDAY, Jan. loth
from 7 to H p. m., THl'USDA Y, Jan.
Kith fioiu7 loO p. in., FRIDAY, Jan.
17th fiom 7 to 1) p. in., SATURDAY,
Jan. IStli from 1 to '' l. m.
Notice of any further meetings will
be given at the above meetings.
The First l'tecinrt of the Fifth
District comprises all that poition of
said District lying East of the main
road up Kalihi Valley and niauka of
All voteis when legistcring are
respectfully toquentcd to bring the'u
.T2 tf Chairman.
4th District, 1st Precinct !
Registration of Voters !
The Inspectors of Election foi the
2nd District, 1st Precinct, Honolulu,
will hold meetings for Registering
Voters and collecting the Register,
on THURSDAY, Jan. Kith, from 3
lo 0 i'. si., at Slaemae Church, on
SATURDAY, Jan. 18th, at Store,
corner of Nuuanu and I'auoa street?,
between the same bonis, and on
MONDAY, Jan. 20th, at I'auoa
Church, same hours.
ALFRED W. CARTER,
Chairman of Inspectors of Election,
1st Precinct, 2nd District.
3rt District, 1st Precinct!
Registration of Voters.
Notice is hereby given that a meet
ing will he held in the 1st Precinct,
.lid Distiict, Honolulu, at the Hono
lulu Rifles Armory, Uerctania stieet,
on MONDAY, Jan. 13th, between the
hours of 7 and 1) l. m., on WEDNES
DAY, Jan. 10th, same home, and on
FRIDAY, Jan. 17th, and SATUR
DAY AFTERNOON, from 4 to 0, for
I he purpose of Registering Voters and
correcting the Register. These meet
ings will he continued fiom week to
week at the same place on the same
days and hours as above.
'147 tf Chairman.
5tti District, MPrecioct!
Registration of Voters !
The Inspectors of Election for the
Kitst Pieeinct, of District Four, will
meet at the ollice of M. D. Monsar
rat, Caitwiight Ruilding, Merchant
street, opposite Post Office, on SAT
URDAY, Jan. ISth, from 1 to I)
cm., on MONDAY, Jan. 20th, from
I to 0 i. m. Notice of any further
meetings will be given at the above
All voters when registering ate tcs
pcctfully requested to bring (licit
The First 1'iecinct of the Fourth
District comprises all that portion of
said DMiicl lying west of Nuuanu
M. 1). MONSARRAT,
Chairman of Inspectois of Election.
1st Precinct, -Jth District. I."il7t
4tn District, 2nd Precinct !
Rounded by Ricliauls St., Beietania
St., Nuuanu St. anil the Huibor.
As previously announced in the
lUi.ir.Tts, Mr. W.T. Alonsarrat, V.
S., has been appointed Government
Veterinary Surgeon of tlieKiiigdoiii.
Mr. Aloimarrat is native born, and
probably this fact had, properly,
sonic inllucncc in his appointment.
Ills professional education was ac
quired lit Toronto, Canada, from
where he hiiujjs hack to his native
land high class testimonials of his
skill as a veterinary surgeon.
It is a tact that this commu
nity is divided into a number of
cliques, or factions, and that talk
and feeling are at limes disagreeably
acrimonious; hut it is also a fact
that, at heart, the people are won
derfully good and generous. Let.
anyone of any of the. cliques, or
anyone outside of all the factions,
be in real trouble and it be known,
and the whole community stands
ready to render practical assistance.
Political diffcrenccs,religious creed
national prejudices, and all such
things, are immediately dropped,
and the hand goes right down un
qucstioningly into the pocket. Scores
of illustrative instances could be
quoted in proof, and not one on the
other side. From what he hasi seen,
the writer of this paragraph feels
impelled to boar this testimony of
the people among whom his lot is
Registration of Voters !
"The Inspectors of Election for the
above Pieeinct will meet at the Dell
Tower for tin puipoee of Registering
Voters and correcting the Registiy,
on SATURDAY, Jan. 18th, fiom 4
to 8 i. m., and on WEDNESDAY,
Jan. 22nd, SATURDAY, Jan. 2.'th,
and FRIDAY, Jan. lilbt, at the same
horn-.. C. T. RODtiERS,
II. W. AUL-D,
T. C. PORTER,
4,"ri lit Inspectors uf. Election.
Registration of Voters !
The Inspectors of Election for the
2nd Pieeinct of District 5, Honolulu,
Oahu, will meet in said Precinct at
thu Reformatory School for the pur
pose of Registering Voters for Nobles
and Repiesentative, and collecting
the Register, on THURSDAY, Jan.
mill, from 8 to 10 a. m. and from 4
to 7 i. !., on Jan. 18th,, fiom 8 to 10
a. m. and from -I to 7 v. M., and'on
Jan. 22ud, fiom 8 to 10 a. i. and
fiom 4 to 7 i. m. Notice of fuithei
meetings will he given nt tho above
g0U'nbu bring your Tax Re
ceipts. gjTThti 2nd Pieeinct of tho filli
District, comprises all that portion
of tho District makai of Kingsticet
n ml west of tho road up Kalihi
Valley. W. L. WILCOX,
Chiiiunan of Inspector of Election
2nd Pieeinct, .1 1 1 1 District, Ho
nolulu, Oahu, 418 tf
In iiccoiilanco with Section I of
Chapter XXVII. of the laws of 1880,
all pciMins holding vater privileges
or those paying water rates, uio here
by notified that the water lates for
theteim ending June U0, 1890, will
be duo and payable at the office of
the Honolulu Water Woiks on the
first of January, 181K1.
All such rates lemaining unpaid
for fifteen days after they arc due
will be subject to an additional 10
Parties paying rates will please
prcbent their last receipt.
Rates arc payable at tho ollloo of
tho Water Woiks .in the Kapuaiwa
Tho ntatuto allowing no discielion
strict enforcement of this clause will
bo made. CIIAS. B. WILSON,
Superintendent Water Woiks.
Honolulu, Deo. 21, 1881). 4!il tf
If You Want a Hack
Ami a Careful Driver telephone to
(.'nrrluffe No. HI.
At tlm Union Carriage Co. Mutual
Tele. 500; Hull Tel. 201. 4.).ri 1w
Within a period of two and a half
years the country has passed through
two revolutions; or one revolution
and one rebellion ; or two rebellions.
Take your choice. Whichever is
accepted amounts to about the same
thing. This is certain, however,
that uncAsiness and turmoil have
arisen therefrom. Of these the
country has had enough. A few
restless, adventurous spirits may
prefer such a state all the time:
peaceable people who have some
thing to lose do;not. We have had
enough in fact, a trille too much,
react and quietness, on terms fair
and just to all, would suit every
patriotic citizen. The turbulent
agitator is the cuemy of the country ;
the peace-maker is its truest friend.
It is not to be expected that every
body should sec alike in everything,
hut surely reasonable men should
be able n discuss their differences
calmly mid fairly, without resorting
to personal scurrility, which only
tends to create hitter feeling and
Our San Francisco regular corres
pondent has sent us the information
that Mr. II. A. I. Carter, Hawaiian
Minister to Washington, will, ac
cording to rumor, ere long retire
from that position. The rumor has
been published in some of the Ame
rican papers. The San Francisco
Po9t goes so far as to mention Judge
S. H. Dole as lfr. Carter's successor.
Whether the rumor is baseless or
stands on a solid loundation, we are
HONOLULU CANDIDATES FOR
Mr. C. O. Ucrger and Mr. Daniel
Logan, both of Honolulu, arc candi
dates for the Legislature on tho No
ble ticket of tho Workingmenls
paity, on. the island of Maui. Nei
ther of these gentlemen sought or
desired to be placed on that ticket,
or any other ticket. The patty on
Maui solicited them, and they re
luctantly yielded to the solicitation.
We venture the opinion, that if they
are elected neither Maui nor the
country will hac occasion to regret
Mr. Logan left for Maui yester
day afternoon, and is expected lo
address a mass meeting at Wailuku
this evening, of which due notice
has been given by pnsteis. The
gentleman is one of the editors of
this paper, and lor that icason we
should have lefrained from exprcsw-
iug an opinion in regard to him had
he not been absent. Hut he is ab
sent, and this btiel aiticlc is written
and published without his knowledge
Mr. Logan, who is a Canadian by
birth, has been in this countiy sonic
five or six year:, tho whole of which
time has been devoted to newspaper
wnik, on sundry papers. Previous
to comiut; here, in his native land,
he followed the same avocation, hav
ing worked his way up through all
the irrades of a printing ollice. For
a couple of years or -( immediately
belore leaving ho ne he was employ
ed a one of the editorial writers of
the ".Montreal Witnens." His news
paper experience has furnished him
a stock of knowledge that would he
extremely useful lo him as a legis
lator. Mr. Logan's occupation as
a public writer in this country has
naturally familiarised him with its
affairs and requirements, a neces
sary qualification of a member of
the law-making body. Resides
which he is a thinker and reasoner.
His sympathies embrace the native
race with his own, and he believes
in equal rights for both. He is no
hot-headed cxtrcmest, nor "reaction
ary," but is a thoughtful, reason
able, and reasoning man, who can
always be counted on as being on
the side or lioneMy, right, and jus
tice. It will be to the credit ol the
Maui people , if they elect Dan. Lo
gan to the Legislature, and they
may feel certain he will serve their
varied interests faithfully and con
scientiously. This much we have
said for an absent man, knowing
him and his views intimately, and
sincerely believing every wind we
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ODF" W32V -voitr:
Is issuing a new form of insuiiiiice wliich provides, in the cent of death, for a return of nil pn nonius paid hi ad
dition to the amount of the policy, or, should the insured survive a given number of years, the Company will
reluiii nit the premiums paid wilh'intercst; or. instead of ileeeptlng the policy and profits in cash the le-wl holder
may, WITIIOl'TMEDICALKXAMINATION and WITIIOI'T l-THTIIKU PAYMENT OK I'liEMJCMS, lake in
lieiillieicor the amount or policy and piollls in Fl'LI.Y PAID IT liiiuraiiec, participating annually in dividends.
Remember, this contract Is iHsiicd by the oldest Life Insurance Cotnpan, in the Tn'itcd States, and the Lar
gest Financial Institution in the Woihl, its assets excee.Jjuy One Hundicd and Twenty-Six Millions of Dollnis.
call on or addieis
. J, jteowib:.
Dcc-24-sn General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
tt3- For full particular
.mJ f FINE EALTIMGItE
Jtt , STRAW HATS !
HPIr'Mraik Just Received !
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cSffllrTfyM-'rate -Aw fcV
SBKMS-Y?: .SEfri:-' VjV.
TAHITI LEMONADE WORKS GO
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. ri iSA.xi.j'iav,
TAHITI : LE
LEMON, : CREAM :-and
PLAIN : SODA,
Solo Proprietors of BAILEY'S SARSAPARILLA & IRON WATER,
Ginger Ale, nop Ale, Brnaiiii, Rasptierryafle, Sarsajarii, Mineral Waters, Bit.
itgr All eAmnuH'lcittionH niul orders sliouhl bo ndtlrcsHOd (o
BENSON, SMITH & CO.,
Auction Sales by James F. Morgan.
A DIVIDEND will be due unil pay
able to the approved cicditnit. of
H. M. on and after the 20 Inst , ut tho
oillco of A. J. Cnitwrljilit, Moieliiuit
stieut, iipiHi,iii Ilethel htreet. Tlcai-o
unable to say. Hut, anyhow, in
view of certain facts or beliefs, it
would seem to be the proper thing
for Mr. Carter to step down and out,
with as little delay as possible. No
one doubts his ability as a diplomat.
On this score no objection can bo
raised against him. Hut Mr. Carter
is believed, and with good reason,
to have made an attempt to gel
the independence of his country.
The matter of that attempted treaty,
wliich aimed to establish, virtually,
a United States protectorate over
tliebc islands, is too well known to
our readers to need repetition again.
Our Ministei:,at Washington is said
and believed to havo been the father
of that document, anil it will take
an immense amount of explanation
to convince the public that their bo
lief is wrong. Confidence in Mr.
Carter is gone, which nliould he suf
ficient reason for his going loo. 1 lis
successor ahoidd ho a true Hawaiian
patriot who would stand for the in
dependence ot Hawaii llrst, tout, and
all the time.
THE OTHER SIDE,
KniTOU IJumxtin : It is a matter
of surprise to me to see the nomi
nees of the National Reform 1'arty
condemned for associating with Mr.
Wilcox, the leader of the recent in
surrection ; for if it were investi
gated, the public would find that
Mr. S. K. Kane, the Reform candi
date for District g, was an active
.member of tho yamchamela Iiille
Association, that ho turnftl out on
the morning of the Rflth July, with
a rille and a belt of cartridges, and
when he found out that the Wilcox
par-ty were getting the waist of it,
left his "un ami ammunition at a
friend's house; and if 1 am not mis
taken he was arrested and his case
investigated, and it was his previous
good character only which saved
him, 1 an) credibly infprmed that
he slated to the authorities that lie
turned out to suppress the insurrec
tion. I presume the Reform Tarty
knows that tin is a lawyer and they
would say that he haij "set Dp"
pretty good defense. And yet ho
was a member of the Kamehaumha
Rille Association, of which corps
most of the Insurrectionists were
composed. This is the man that tho
Reform I'artv wants to put up the
party vow's lhat they must have a
llnwaliun to catch votes and yet
theyjiayo goj; cpo whoso name is
'imid," or ought to he with both
political parties. It is reported that
the gentleman stated hu would not
run on the Reform ticket, because
they wanted him to pledge himself,
which he said lie would not do, ami
(hiding that he could not run inde
pendently, the National Party hav
ing dropped him, lie Hops over to
tho Reform l'arty.
Honolulu, January 18, 18;)J.
Slocks h Bonds!
On SATURDAY, Jsm. '1V Ii,
AT 1U O'CLOCK .OO.V
At my SalcRrnoin, Qiii'en 8'iert, I will
hell at i'ulille Auction.
00 Shares Haw. Agrlcul. Co.'s Stock,
l'nr Value 100,
10 Shares (Mala Plantation Stock,
Pur Value $'K).
8 Shares Reciprocity Stock,
Par Willie sjUOO.
9 Shares Honomu Stock,
Par Vnliiti $100.
$10,000 Government 6 Percent Bonds,
CT Till- U an exeellenl iijorliliilty
to hcciiic goiil pitying hiVi'Miiicui i.
,7A,9. V, MORGAN,
152 td Aiie'liuieor,
LOST a Pocket Itnok cimtalnini; coin
unit v tillable pipers Apply nt
2 HOWS. 7 mnnlliBOlilj
fi Yoiin-x Plge, 1
month old. Prlcu '.'()
uacli for the llrnl lot, ')
for 2r) nt 0 innntlm old. A nply at once.
W. It SKAb.
4,-,r, Jw P. O. Hex No. !I7I1.
A(IOOI) I'aMiire ut Waikiki, lor a
Ihnltcirnuiiiliiir of liorHus, at iwt.
Honiible ifttc. Applv lo
4,-,t tm w. ii, Ai.mucm.
'VHE BEST PAPER to HUbs-crllm
X Tor ib thu "Dally JJiillutlii." 50
en's nor niontli.
IUAVB boiiutlil llie rlioe Slot e, Tnl
Wo Win?, Kee, No. !i Niiiiiliiii
stiei't, lloiiiiiiilu, fiom CIiuii Ylnk
bcong Tnu. All hills ag'ilul httii
owner on uecniuil of mid time must
lie prtfeditcil to me for pnyitient wlllilti
thirty dnyH from (lain lii-ieof, nntl no
tioiiro will he Uiken of tlnnc sent ill
ftflor the liin't hoie n-t
Ilonohilii, .Ian 17, IH'O -t .1 Jt
,1 IIS. OHUOItXK in now prep tied to
111 hIvu instructions in Fancy Work
ut "'I'll ii Ailington," Itonni 0. Class
Lt'SBOiid: MonilayH, WiilneMlHyii anil
Fiiilnyn Piivntu Ichsoiih hy t-pechil
nriiingoiiU'iit. thumping niul orilerH
promptly nttiiuhil to. -l.V) II
1KftOXSholilhig draJt-s of M.-tsvs.
W. HerbcU PiiiaIs A: Co. on the
ijinlcrslgned tinted prior in and Includ
ing September SO, 880, aro ivmiested
to inc-tcui them for pavmriit wliloit
ih'lnv. P. A. SCIIAKl'liKA (().
Honolulu,, Inn. 1,',. MM, ,vs
in the Business Center of Honolulu !
TIip attention of Papillitis, Trustees and Real Estate Investoin, is calhd to
one of the most important sales of Real Kstate, for businessi
block?, ever held in Honolulu; the piopetty hniig
situated in the heatt of the city
and bounded by
Nuuanu, Hotel and Bethel Streets.
The tmdeiigned bus icceived instructions to ofior for pnlo by
liuctinn.ul his SuIcaiooiii, (Jueen street,
On Saturday, Jan. 25, 1 890,
AX 1!3 O'CLOCK NOON,
The whole of that VALUABLE OITY PIIOPHRTY, known ns the
; BOOTH ESTATE'
(Ilxnopling only the enrum lot on Nuuanu and Holol Htroeld, owijod by
.Mr. .lames Olds)
Containing in all 18,000 Square Feet,
This is the most, compact and desirablo piece ol property in. Honolulu,
and being situated in the henit of the letail busine.sH quarter of tho city,
between the two main artericrt of tra flic, (Knit and Nuuanu Htients), londiu
to and from tho whnive.s mid haibor, it will have a viiluo for all tinin, and
tbeteforu holdH out unUMinl indueemenlh to eapitali.ttH, an a lemuneiative
and ieriuaneiit investment.
The ihain frontagen of thin pinpeity are !() feet on Nuunnu sticet, l).".
icet on notei hiieet nun 12.', leet on Hetbtil fitreel, which thiee Htiectw
have been leccntly widened hy the Government to -10 feet eneli, and tinelv
maeadamiMcd and winded llirnuhout, roudci ing llioni the (lneht tlioroiiKli
fared in the city. A new Mieet of 12 feet width, which rutin thtouj,'h (be
center of tiro propVrty fiom Nuuanu to Bethel FtieetH, has been donated hv
the owner of the block, and thin will give additional htiect ftontiiKo (if
lil.ri fent on one nidii of the new hticet and DLIi-cl on tho other, to nil the
lotH to be hold, leavini; no lot without u valuable Ptieel frontage i,ni (,, M)n.
of them very denir.tble and valuable street coiunrh.
Aimtjier mJvanlnB of this linn piopeily an an invchtiuent, is iln excel
lent Hiinitijiy i:oii(liti6if, nijd pnilij; on the iip,ient part of tjm citv, mnkni of
Hotel Hticet, it will have excellent dnijuiip) for buildinu.s'eifNit'eil thi'ifoii,
and huiiiff of hiifllcient elevation, )ienniln tte conBtrnotioii o'dcnp cejlurt
on account of being beyond the uacli of tide water, '
The block has been sub-divided into liuildiiiK loth, numheiiug 1 lo 12
iiH can ho Keen on a huge now mirvey map, now on view at my .HnlcMooiu.
The title to the pioperiy is peifect. Terms of nle i)ri. one Ibiul otis.lt,
one tbiitl one year and one tbiid two yeairt, with intent at (i pei cent tier
An exiuninaiion of this piopeily is Milieited, and in confttliMillv lecom
mended nt; a poriiiniicnly )einuiejative imv.iijici.
&r Kor fu)ler p-utieujars and iiifoiiialinn apply In
'' hi Ai'inroNpi;,