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DAILY IHJLIjETIN: HONOLULU, II. T., JANUARY iio, 181.0.
1st District, 2nd Precinct !
ReaUtration of Voters !
Notice is hereby given tli.it ii meet
iug will lio held in tin1 2nd Precinct,
1st District, Honolulu, at tho Public
School House on Hereti'.nia street,
between Pensacol.i and Piikoi streets,
on WEDNESDAY, .22ml inst., ami
on FRIDAY, 24th 'inst., from " to
7:30 p. m for the putpo-e of
Registering Voter" and coirceting
For the accommodation of solera
meetings will alto he held fur the
same purpoce on TUESDAY, 2Ul
inst., and '1 HUltSDAY, 2Ilrd inst..
at the olliec of Gaidncr K. Wilder,
Ksj., on Meiehant sheet, f mm 12:1)0
to 1 v. M.
All votei when icgii-teiing aie
U"pectftilly ieitie(cd lo h.ivo theii
2nd District, 2nd Precinct
Registration of Vote: !
The Fo.iid of lu.-iieelois of Elec
tion for the 2nd Freeinet, 2nd l)is
tiicl, Jtonolulu, will meet for Ilegiv
teiing .Voteis anil eoi reeling tnc
Kegistor, at the Foiling Flace fm
said Fiecinel (Hon. W. H. Nice's
IJjin, School sheet), on FRIDAY,
.Ian. 17th, fioin 7 lo Jt i. m., on .SAT
URDAY, Jan. 18th, fiom " to li
i'. ii.; at Engine Co. No. I, on .MON
DAY and TUESDAY, Jan. (hh and
21st, fiom 7 to 0 each evening.
fleeting will he held at ulsve
jilHfeH on same d.iys oi Ihe vveekK
and at miiiio houi1- until ftnlhei
fjf Voleif will plcatc biing then
Tax lteccipts with them.
151 tf Chairman.
1st District, 1st Precinct !
Icapectors' Notice of Time and Placs
For Registering Voteri.
The Inspeelnis of
Jt Fieeinet ot the
Honolulu (the 1st
jui-es that poition
Kleetion for Ihe
1st Disliict of
lving east of
Fuuuhou sheet fiom thu mountain
to the sea) will hold meetings for
Registeiing Votcisand collecting the
Register, WKDNKSDAY, Jan. 15th,
ISflO, between the hours of 2 1 M and
5 I. M at the ofliee of the Hawaiian
Cauiage Manufaeloiy, Queen street.
Also meetings lor Regiatiation of
Voteis will be hold at Long lit. inch
Hath-, Waikil.i, TUESDAY, Jan.
llth, SATURDAY, Jan. 18th, Mom 7
to ') i'. m., .U Knmniliili Chinch, Jan.
17ih, r.ime bom-, and at Woodlawn
Daiiy l'TemiTK, Jan. 20lli, fiom li
to il I-. M.
E. O. SCHIMAN,
Chaiim.iu of Inspcctnir 1-t Pio
einet of J-t Di-liid 147 Id
M District, 1st Precinct !
Registration of Voteis !
The luspeclois of Election lor tin
2nd DMiiet, lit Fieeinet, Honolulu,
will hold nuctings for Hegistciing
Voteis and collecting the Register,
on THURSDAY, Jan. il'.tb, fiom I!
lo 0 f. m., at M.iemae Chutch, on
.SATURDAY, Jan. 18th, at Storo,
coiner of Nuu.inu and Fauoa sheets,
between the Mine houi, nnd on
.MONDAY, Jan. 20th, at F.mo.i
Chinch,- came bonis.
A1.KKE1) W. CAISTEIi,
Chaiiman of Inspecloiol Kleetion,
1st Fieeinet, 2nd Dii-tiict.
3rd District, 1st Precinct !
Re,tUtration of Votei.
Notice U heieby given that a meet
ing will be held in the lrt Ficeinef,
"id District, Honolulu, at the Hoiu
lulu RilleH Armoty, lleietania street,
on MONDAY, Jan. Dlth, between the
home of 7 and 0 r. u.f on WEDNES
DAY, Jan. 15th, .same hour, and on
FRIDAY, Jan. 17th, and SATUR
DAY AKTEltNOON, from 4 to C, foi
I ho puipoeeof Regihteiing Voteis and
t oi renting Ihe Hegistcr. These meet
ings will he continued fiom week to
week at tho same plueo on the siimi)
iIhvb and lion in m above.
J 17 If C'liiiiimnn.
At a meeting of Ihe Hoaid of
Health held January 15, JSilO, the
boundatiesof tho City of Honolulu
as lehtting to Sections 17. Id and 20
of the Sanitaiy Code, in icgnid lo
the keeping of hogs, slaughter houses
a ml hides weie fixed at 1 mile in all
direclioiiH fiom the Post Office, ex
cepting that p.ut of lwilei aliendv
et npnil-fui the above put poses,
GEO. C. POTTEI!,
20. 1800. 157 III
Rfgltiatiou of Voters !
The liujifctois of Kleetion foi the
2nd Fieeinet of DMiiet 5. Honolulu,
Oahn, will meet in aid Fieeinet at
the Rcfoimaloiy School foi the pin
ose of Registering VutiMs for Nobles
and Kepiesentalive, and conecling
the Regitci, on TUKSDAY, Jan.
21ft. MONDAY, Jan. 27th. FRI
DAY. Jan. KM.
J"Fli'ae biing youi Ta lie
eeiplr. g0TTp 2nd Fieeinet of the 5lh
Duitiict, eompiihOi. all that poition
of the f)iliiet makai of King.slieel
and west of the toad up Kaliln
Valley. W. 1.. WIJ.CON,
Chaiimau of hupi toisof Election
2nd Fieeinet, 5th Disliict, Ho
nolulu, Oahn. 118 tf
5tti District, 1st Precinct!
Re glstratioa of Voteu!
The Inspector of Election for
FiiM Fieeinet of Dictiict Five
meet in said Fieeinet at tho Refonn
atoiy School foi' Nobles and Repie
scntatives and collecting the Regis
ter, on WEDNESDAY, Jan. 15th
fiom 7 to !) p. m., THURSDAY, Jan.
ltlth fiom 7 to Op. in., FRIDAY, Jan'.
17th fiom 7 to 0 p. m , SATURDAY,
Jan. 18th fiom 7 to !) p. m.
Notice of any fin ther meetings will
be giscn al the above meetings.
The First Fieeinet of the Fifth
Distiiet romp! ices all that poition of
said Disliict Ijing Fast of the main
load up Knlihi Valley and manka of
All oters when legistcring aio
respectfully lequcntcd lo biing their
Tax un eipts.
152 tf Chaiimau.
4tli District, 1st Precinct
Honolulu. On it u.
Registration of Voters !
The Inspected:) of Election for the
Fiist Fieeinet, of District Four, will
meet at the ollice of M. D. Monsar
tal, Cailwiight Huilding, Mcich.int
.slice), upporite 'Fot OO'ice, on SAT
URDAY. Jan. KStli, from 1 to 0
i'. .v., on .MONDAY, Jan. 20th, from
1 to 0 i'. m. Notice of any fuilher
meeting will be given at the above
All oleit- when legisteiing aic leo
pcclfully io(iietctl to biiim theii
The J-'iir-t Fiecinel of (lie Fotutli
DiMiicl coinpii'-i'h nil that poition of
f. lid Disliict lving west of Nuuaiiu
M. D. .MONSARRAT,
Ohiiiimanof ln.spectois of Election,
ll Fieeinet, 4th Diatiict. 15171
In .tccoulauce with Section I of
Chapter NXV1I. of tho laws of lSSlt,
all pei.-oiH holding rater privileges
or tho-e paying water laten, aieheu
liy notilied that thu water latex for
ihe.leim ending June VM, 1SU0, will
be duo and payable at the ollice of
Ihe Honolulu Watei Woiks on the
linaof .iiimiiuy, S00.
All pueh t.uth ifiuaining unpaid
foi liflcen d.iy.s- nftoi they am line
will be subject to an additional 10
Fatties paying talcs will ple.i'O
piesent tlieir I. let iceeipl.
Ratfs mil payable at the ollice of
tho Water Woikn in (he Kapuaivva
. The M.itute allowing no discretion
hliici eiiFoicenient of tliis el.iiiH! will
be uiiide. C1IAS. B. WILSON,
Superintendent Water Woil.s.
Honolulu, Dec. 21, KS80. Ill I If
A SITUATION as Susat Clcik oi
Nielli Watchman al a mill, m a
pliice at, .nun on a good plantuiioi .
ilm uxpciiencu and can furnlsli gnoj
lefetenre. Cull or address ".M. E. F ,"
itui.l Kit!. Ollice. 407 If
NOTICE to SHJFPUKK.
I "Milt the more mtisfurtory arcoinme.
daiion of our patrons wu beg to
Highest to llieiii 1 1 in t in eaaes where
drfijs nre ivtpiliuit tor blitppiug goods
10 out (loitij? bti'Hiiiuis mid ronati're, or
lu any iiiifd wlioro icipiirrd, al 1 o'clock
slmip ot the day, tliov will Had that by
ringing up Miiutul Telephone No. a'l,
IiUvhcii 12:10 and l'Ji'Fi in Hie unon
limn lluil .Mi. Hc.iu'lt will bo tli em in
tierouu to ritehu all ordtin, nnd our
rrieints will ilietchy gie.illy furillimu
limine" to the belter biMlafuclinn'nl till
HI Vi'ACE iS. ROHKRTSON,
'V II XT.
) ntlii guTTijfttt
Pelfrl to ntithrr Stct nor Party,
UhI ttabKshtd for the benefit of all.
MONDAY, JAN. 20, 1801).
A sheet of Hawaiian two-cent
postage, stamps has hern received nt
the Hn.uvnN' ollice, through t.
The envelope hear1? the post marl; of
Ilannlel, Knuni : but there is no in
fot niation within as to who is the
bender or what was the intention in
sending the stamps. Flcase supply
the information, which has probably
been inadvoitenlly omitted, o that
we i nny know what to do.
Mis. FicMou desiies us lo tendci
her finceje thanks to all fiicnd for
their kind assistance and loving sym
pathy I'm her in the loi of her be
There is a ritinor alloat tliat 90ne
Inspcctor.s of Election in registering
votets, do not register voters for No
bles, when they well know them to
be entitled to the double vote, un
less specially as-ked to do so. They
lest on their oais when the registry
ot the right lo vote' for Representa
tive is made. Is the tumor line,
or is it talseV
We have been asked: Do tax as
sessors pay taxes at the rale they
assess others? and, is it light for
people to pay taxes for toad", and
then have to turn out and do the
roads as well V Can't answer the
first question, but presume they do.
Don't think it is right, after paying
road taxes, to do road work alho,
without compensation, and would
advise people not to do it.
The Road Supervisor has stalled
lo mend the Government road in
Kalihi Valley, and has commenced
to icmovc tho rocks at the rocky
point at the entrance of the valley.
The intention is to make a roadway,
at tin's point, twelve feet wide, pro
vided the available money holds out.
Kalihi Valley is entitled to good
carriage road, available in all ordi
nary weather, from the entrance to
the top. This will be admitted when
it is known that something like one
sixth of tho banana expoit of the
country comes from that valley. To
build such -a road will require a
liberal appropriation nt the next
From a long time back wise peo
ple have held that it is a very foolish
thing for those who llvo iu glass
houses to throw stones at their
neighbors; for it is a practice calcu
lated to irritate the neighbors into
retaliation, in which case there is
imminent danger of the glass houses
gettiug fractured. Our friends of
the opposing political parties have
been rashly committing this folly.
The Reformers, living iu glass
houses, have ''shied" rockb at the
National Reformers, because the
latter have a certain man iu their
ranks; and now the National Re
formers pitch hack rocks at a man
of the same class in the ranks of the
Reformers, and the glass suffers
gieat damage. Neither side can
affoid to indulge in lecrcation of
Ibis delieate nature, and if by mu
tual consent they had agreed that
the faultless side should throw the
first stone, not even a harmless little
pebble would ever have been thrown.
In sonic countries coroners' in
quiries into sudden or accidental
deaths are considered a strong safe
guard against "foul play": here
they are little other than a useless
Jn the first place, Ihe" system
which make! a coroner ot a public
ollicer'vvho may have otfier duties to
attend to when an inquest is called
for, is wrong. ' A coroner should be
iintraimnelcd by other public duties,
and anyone holding that position in
a place with the population of Hono
lulu will Mnd ample scope for .he
employment of his whole time.
.Many cascb ot sudden, if not su.
plcioitb death, aie overlooked entire
ly, for the want of a proper man to
look solely after such matters. Our
monthly mortuary reports invaria
bly contain a large percentage of
cases "unattended," In which the
assigned causes of death can be,,
many times, scarcely more than con
jecttne. Should this lie allowed in
a civilized country r lleic is a field
for the full employment of a com
petent and enefgetic coroner.
In the few cases in which inquests
aie deemed necessary or expedient
the forcical element often piedotni
nates. A jury is empaneled, and a
loobe enquiry proceed ; or the en
quiry is postponed to some "more
convenient season," without huIII
eicnt reason, and is taken up when
the facts hearing Upon lite case are
pretty nearly forgotten; or no en
quiry may he held at nil, although a
jury has been empaneled and sworn.
These arc haid facts within the range
of easy pi oof. In support of the
assertion, that an empaneled 'jury
may fall to hold an inquest, the case
of the late Captain Wood, whose
body was found one morning in the
harbor of Honolulu, over two years
ago, might be cited. If the jury
ever held an inquiry in that instance,
they did it very secretly, and the
public have been kept in ignorance
There is something sadly wrong
in all this, which needs reforming,
and In oider to which legislation is
required. The work of the coroner,
diligently performed, is among the
most salutary functions of govern
ment, anywhere; here it would be
especially so, tending to reduee
lo a minimum the number of deaths
of persons "unattended" by author
ised physicians, and in that way
tending lo lessen moitaljty.
WE HAVE NO REAL PARTIES.
Folitieal patties, in the full sense
ef the term, as understood in tin
1'niled Slates, some European coun
tries, and mol Hrilish constitutional
colonies, do not at present exist iu
tills little kingdom. We have factions-,
and we havesupporletsof the
fioveriiinent and opponents of the
Government ; but parlies, based on
common belief iu, and united foi
the common supporlof, fundamental
principles of State polity, we have
not. We simply give the lettn party
a local application for want of a bet
ter term. Supporters of the Oov
ernment mean, to a largo extent,
suppotlcis ot the Administration;
and support of the Administration
means, largely, friendliness for its
personcl and support because of
personal or family advantages de
rived or hoped fiom ceitain persons
being in power. Opposition means,
to a considerable degree, the same
thing reversed, capsi.ed, turned up
side down. That is, opposition iu a
great measure, is the fruit of per
sonal prejudice, and arises from sel
fish considerations. Factions are
formed on these same lines.
This we believe, we know to be
the truth, and perceive nothing but
folly and dishonesty in trying to
hide It by willful lying. To be
sure, there arc men on either side
who stand where they do from con
scientious convictions and for rea
sons honorable to themselves ; but
their number is ptobabiy very small
iu comparison with the number of
tho class previously mentioned. The
published "platforms" of the two
bo-called parties in the present elec
tioneering campaign show thai the
professed policy of each is about the
same as that of the other.
In the face of these- facts facts
which every intelligent man knows
and every honest man admits is it
not absurd Jo try to make it appear
that fundamental principles of State
polity underlie the acrimony of the
printed articles and spoken speeches
with which the community is daily
and nightly pestered? And is not
the disdainful snarl of "missionary"
and the contemptuous rejoinder of
"re-actionary" equally preposter
ous? The Jibsurdity is enough to
make a lamb laugh, and Hie ever
lasting reiteration sickening to a sow.
A REPLY TO A QUERY.
On the 15th instant the IU'uxtin
3aid that "several of the nominees
of tho National lteform l'aity have
been asked to accept nominations
by the Heforin Party, etc." On the
17th the Advertisqr asked, "Who
and how nuny of the Ke-aclionary
candidates have been requested, fo
Bland for the Ileform Parly? At the
time we paid no attention to Ihe
query, beyond reading it and smil
ing at the "freshness" of our con
temporary "freshness," consider
ing that our assertion was pretty
well known lo be conecl, and that
discussion of Ihe matter would
rather injure than benefit the side
supported by the Advertiser. Re
lieving it. 10 be an injudicious dodge
"to evade the truth, and not 'feeling
iu a canlankeious mood, there the
matte!.' would have rested, as far as
we were concerned ; hut since then
one of the editors of this paper lias
had the matter privately thrown into
his teeth and been told that the Bt't.
i.i'.iin was wioug. For this icason
we now icply to the query and say,
without referring lo candidates on
the oilier islands, that both Mr.
John A. Cummins and Mr. Charles
McCaithy, nominees on the National
Ilpform ticket, weie asked by pio
THE MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO.,
OF JV13W YORK
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dition to the amount of the policy, or, should, the insured survive a given number of yeats, the Company will
return all the premiums paid with inletest; or, instead of accepting the policy and prolits iu cash the leirat holder
may, M I TlHUiT.VIMML'AMvAAiVlliNAl I IKS atlil 1 IIHU TI'WKTIIKK I'AY.MKNT OK FHK.MH .MS, lake ill
lieu thereof the amount of policy and ptollts in Fl'I.LY PAID UF Insurance, pailicipaiing annually iu divitlendn.
Remember, this contract is h.sued by Ihe oldest Life Insurance Company iu the United Stales, and the Lar
gest Financial Institution iu Hit! Wot Id, iis assets cveeeding One Hundred and Twenty-Six ilillinns of DnllatSi
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TAHITI LEMONADE WORKS COMPANY.
LEMON, : CREAM
Sole Proprietors of
Hiiip1 ile, ii Ale, Grenadine, RaspDerrraQe, taparilla, Mineral Wale
sr All roniiminleatlons
minent members of the Reform
Party lo accept nominations on their
ticket.' Mr. Kane, or his friends
for him, sought to be placed on the
National Heforui ticket, and now
actually appcaru on the Reform
ticket. Certain members of the Re
form Paity, for reasons fiatisfaotory
to tliciu, even favoicd the placing of
Mr. Hush's uame, whioh is now on
the oilier ticket, on the Reform
ticket. Mr. A. Voting was a favor
ite with certain members of the Me
chanics' Union, and was also desired
by adherents of Ihe Reform Party,
before vvhobc convention his name
was placed as a candidate, and was
unwisely rejected. Others could be
mentioned, not on either ticket, pri
marily because their consent could
not be secured by either, who were
solicited by both iddes. What does,
all this go to aliow? .Simply that
"parties" in Honolulu amount lo
little or nothing, and that men take
precedence. Right you are, rcntle
inen! Let us elect men who are lib
eral, jusl, and representative, re
gardless of patty.
Auction Sales by James P. Morgan.
Stocks & Bonds !
On SATUKDAY, , Jan. 2Sth,
,T Itt OUIMM'K x.
At my Snli-stnniii, Queen slieel, I will
sell at Public Audi in.
60 Shares Haw. Agricul. Co.'s Stock,
I'm Vabin $100.
10 Shares Ookala Plantation Stock,
I'm Value $M.
8 Shares Reciprocity Stock,
Pill Value $!00.
9 Shares Honoinn Stock,
I'm Value $100.
$10,000 Government G Percent bonds.
K$T This is an excellent opportunity
lo mctue good piiylnj; invi'8linc!iK
,IAS. v, mo ltd AN,
43? id Auctioneer,
STRAW HATS !
MAN IJLVfJrUEERS OF
nml orders should bo nudrosHeil to
BENSON, SMITH & CO.,
Valuable Real Estate
In the Business
The attention of Capitalists, Tiuslces and Real Estate Inventors, is called lo
one of the moot inipoitanl sales of Real Estate, for business
blocks, over held in Honolulu; Ihe piopeity being
Mtuatcd in (he hem l of tho city v
and bounded by
Nuuanu, Hotel and Bethel Streets.
The undoisigned has icccived instructions to ofler for sale by
auction, at bis Salcmoom, (jiieon hlieot,
On Saturday, Jan. 25, 1 890,
A.'V 1 O'CLOCK NOOf,
of that VALUABLE CITY PROPERTY, known as tho
(Excepting only the comer lot on
Air. .lames Olds)
Containing in all
This, is the most compaot and
and being situated in tho heait of
between the two main nrtciies of Unfile, (Foil and Nuuanu stiocls), leading
lo and fiom the wham's and harbor, it will have a value flirall time, and
thoinfoio holds out unusual inducements lo capitalists, as a icmuneintive
and peimnncul investment.
The main fiontac;es of this piopeity aic -10 feel on Nuuanij ulioel, Itt
feet on lintel btreot and 125 feet on Uetliel hlrcet, which thtee" sheets
have been lccently widened by the Government to -10 feet each, mid finely
macadamised and graded tlunughout, londciinK them the finest thorough
fines in lhi city. A new sli eel of 12 feet width, which iinifl thioii(h tho
eiintcr of tho piopeity from Nuuanu.to Ihithel sheets, has been donated by
tho owner of the block, and this will givo additional sheet iioninRp o'f
l!)5 feet on one side of tho new sheet and ill feel on" the other, lo all the
lots to be (.old, leaving no lot without a valuable Ftied frontage and to fouu"
of them veiy de.siiablu and valuable sheet cornets.
Another advantage of (his lino'piopeily as an investment, is its excel
lent sanilnty conditions, mid boing on Ihv highest pnrt'Of tho citv, makni of
Hotel sheet, it will havu excellent drainage for buildihgs'eiecied (hereon,
and being of suflieient elevation, pennitMho construction of deep rolhiiu,
on account of being beyond the. leach of tide water.
Tho block has been Mib-divided into building lots, numheiiug 1 to I'J
as can lie icon on a huge new suivoy map, now on view at my Halesioom.
'I he title to (lie piopeity is pet
nne mini one je.u ami one until two
An e.xaniiiiiilion of thio piopeity is solicited, and is conlidentlv recom
mended as a peiiiianeiitly teiniiiier.itive investment.
iCtX" Imii fnllei p.iitiiMiI.us and iiifm niation apply to
JA3. F. MORGAN,
blU hi Al't'TIONKRIl.
Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
' ft ,1
Just Received !
15 t 2vv
I H. M . -t,
& IRON WATER,
Center of Honolulu !
Nuuanu and Hotel street, owned" hV
16,000 Square Feet.
desirable pioeo ofproperty in Honolulu,
tho iclail busines (innrterof tho citv.'
feet. Terms of sale aio one thinla)!,
ynai, Willi inleiest at II per cent