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DAILY BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. L, .rAXUAHY LM, lSf.().
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1st District, 2nd Precinct I
Heisistration of Voters !
Notice is hereby given tlintti meet
iug will be held in the 2nd l'leeinet,
1st District, Honolulu, at the Public
School House on Retetaniu street,
between l'ensncolu and I'iilioi t-ttvot,
on WEDNESDAY, 22nd hint., and
on FRIDAY, 21th inst., Iiom Tito
7:30 p. M for the purree of
Registering Voter anil collecting
For the accommodation of voters
meetings will nlo be held foj the
same purpose on TUESDAY, 2lst
inst., and THURSDAY, 2:tid inst.,
attheolnce of (iardncr K. Wildei,
Esq., on Jleichiint sheet, fiom 12:30
to 1 I'. M.
All volet when icgisteiiiig are
leapectfully iequetcd to have their
CARDNF.R K. W1LDF.K.
.!. ALFRF.D MAOOON,
InspectoiK of I'-lection, 2nd J'i
einct. ! Id
2nd District, 2nd Precinct !
At ft meeting of tho Uoaid of
Health held Junuiuy 15, 1800, the
boitnduiies of the C'ily of Honolirrii
as icliiting to Section 17, 1!) and 20
of the Kunituiv Code, in leguid to
the keeping of hogs, slaughter hntisch
and hides wcic lixed at 1 mile in air
diicctinni fioni tile I'ost Olllce, ex
cepting Dial p.ut of Iwilci ulie.uh
tel npiitl fi ihe above piuposes.
Honolulu, .Km. 20, lS'.lO loTHI
Pltdet'l to neither Sect nor Party,
Hut established for the benefit of all.
TUESDAY, JAN. 21, 1390. j
Persons entitled to vote sit the
coining election appear to be slow in
perfecting their claim b.v registia
tiou. Man meetings of Inspectors
have been held in the several dis
tricts pursuant to public notice, for
the purpose of registering voters;
but the total number of registra
tions to dale falls far shoit of the
total number having the right to
register. It should be borne in mind
that f.iiliue to legUter, according to
t lie Ministerial notillcation, pre
cludes the light to vote, and that
the time allowed by law for regis
tration is rapidly coming to an end.
Registration of Vote s !
The lioaid of luspccloi'- of Elec
tion for the 2nd Pieeinet, 2nd Dis
tiiet, Honolulu, will meet for Regis
teiing Votei- and collecting the
ttegistet. at the Polling l'l.iee for
uid Pieeinet (Hon. V. II. Rice's
R.iin, School sheet), on FRIDAY,
.Ian. 17lh, fioni 7 to It i M., on SAT-
mtDAY, .Ian. isth, iiom :t tot;
i. m.j ut Engine Co. No. 1, on MON
DAY and TUESDAY, .bin. 20th and
L'lst, fioni 7 to 0 each evening.
Meetings will be held at above
plant on same days of the weeks
:iud at iio boms until fuitber
t0 Voteii will ploiiFchiing their
T.i.x Receipt-, with Iheni
Sth District, 2nd Precinct !
Registration of Voteru !
Tin1 Inspector of Election foi the
2nd Pieeinet of DMiicl .", Honolulu,
Oahn, will meet in nid IVcincl al
llie Refoimatnry School for the pin
iwe of 1'euixlciiiig Voteis foi Nobles
and Repie-entative, and collecting
the Register, on TUESDAY, Jan.
i'1-i, .MONDAY, J.in 27lb, FRI
DAY, Jan. :Sl-t.
fjtF"vw bung your Tn Re
ceipts. gJtT'Vi' 2nd Piiviuet of the oth
Distiiet, compiles, .11 that poitinn
of the Di-liiel 111.1I..11 of King sheet
and cM of tin' toad up Kalilu
V.illev. W. L. WILCOX,
(Miitii'iiiiin of Inieeloi. of Election
2nd Pieeinet, ."iih DMiicl, Ho
nolulu, O.ihu. 118 tf
6th District, 1st Precinct!
Regittiatiou cf Voteis !
The In-peclorof Election for the
FiiM Pieeinet of Di-hict Five will
meet in .-aid Pieeinet at the Refoini
aloiy Sehfiol for Nobles and Repie--f-iilntives
and collecting the Regis
ter. 011 WEDNESDAY, Jan. 1.1th
iiom 7 to il p. 111., THURSDAY, Jan.
Kith fiom 7 to!) p. 111 .FRIDAY, Jan.
17th fioni 7 toil p. 111., SATURDAY,
Jan. 18th fioni 7 to ! p. in.
Notice of any fuitlmr meetings will
In- given at the above meeting'-.
' The Fiist Precinct of the Fifth
Distiiet compiles all tb.it poitiouof
said Distiiet lying East of the main
load up Knlihi Valley and niniikii of
All voteis when legMeiing .lie
lenpcclliilly ieiiie-tid to biing tin ii
452 If ('bail man.
3ril District, lsl Precinct!
The so-called Reform Party must
he settiiiR into straits, for it is
abandoning the high ground it took
eaily in the campaign and is fast
going to the slums. We were told
that piiuciples, not men, were to be
con-idered, while at the grand rally
of reformers last evening the Older
was reversed and wc heard t deal
more about men than about princi
ples. The one speaker whose utterances
have been published in the inorn
ng paper stood in judgment upon
his fellow man, and should not feel
at all aggrieved in case his coin is
repaid in kind.
To speak of an opponent "as a
genial gentleman, a good neighbor
and a kind friend," is to ?ayof hira
what any man should be proud of,
but why go out of one's way to say
that the same person "has been a
failure in everything that he had at
tempted." Possibly the vciy virtues
as borne witness to may be the cause
of want of success in gathering
ducats, an ability to do which is
not always the teM of a true manhood.
The speaker in parading his
abounding love for mechanics, ic
maiked that he himself had been a
laborer earning "less wages than
the common day laborer receives on
the wharves here to-day," and possi
bly but for timely assistance, he
would be earning the same wage to
day. It is not every man's experience
or good fortune to be pitch-forked
into pioiniuenceaiidnllhicnee. From
one who has been so elevated we
ought 10 expect 111010 of humility
and less vaunting.
A jackdaw once hail a noiry lime
in strutting among peacocks, and
newly-Hedged reformers should not
speak contemptuously of less favored
iis-piianls lor political honors.
in this Section, shall be made cither
before, during or after an election,
both tho person pnyiiic or offering
to pay or contract for payment,
either personally or through an
other, and the person who is to re
ceive said payment, shall be deem
ed guilty of sin "illegal practice."
.Suction ''.12. Any premises licens
ed for Iho sale of beer, wines or
spiiiti, or any part of such premises,
shall not be used as 11 committee
100m for the purpose of promoting
or procuring the election of a candi
date sit any election. If any per
son hire or uses any such premises
or part of premises' for such pur
pose, both such person and the one
letting such premises or part there
of, filial! be deemed guilty of an "il
legal practice. "
Section V.'l. Any person who
knowingly provides money for any
impose such as set forth in Section
88 beieof, or for the payment of
money so expended, where the per
son who so expended such money is
guilty of an "illegal" or "corrupt
practice," shall also be deemed
guilty of "illegal practice."
Section 1M. Any person who
procures or induces tiny person to
vote, knowing at the time that such
person is disqualified or prohibited
from voting or has already voted,
as well as any person so voting,
shall be deemed guilty of an "illegal
Schedule C, referred to in Section
Persons legally employed for
payment by anj candidate: (1)
One watcher for' each ballot-box,
and no more. (2) Cletks and mes
sengers for conducting business in
committee 100111s, not exceeding one
clerk anil one messenger for each
polling place in a district.
Schedule I), referred to In Sec
Expenses legally incurred by or
for a candidate: (1) The personal
expenses of si candidate. (2) Ex
penses of piinting and adveilising
in newspapers. (!5) Cost of station
ery and postage. (4) Expenses of
public meetings. (,r) ltent and
supplies of committee rooms not to
exceed one for each polling place.
((J) Miscellaneous expenses not to
exceed in all fifty dollars: Provided,
that no expense or expenditure, or
agreement therefor, contiary to any
piovision of this Act shall be per
mitted and provided, also, that
the expenses for all of the candi
dates for Nobles of any party shall
be confined to the same as that of
ono candidate for Representative,
excepting that of personal expenses
and that of miscellaneous expenses,
the latter of which shall not exceed
one hundred dollars in any one district.
misc of support from this element,
the name ol the chief of whom Mr.
Wilcox preferred not to mention in
Court ; and I say to the public, that
feeling there was danger ahead, I
ought to expose what I had gathered
"within recent date" about that fac
tion, and it is this: It is known to
mc and a few others that thu leader
ot this element has inalc proposi
tions to Mr. It. V. Wilcox to create,
another Revolution and he had the
power to do it; but It must be 11a
waiianized in older to be accepted
by the Powers in ense of success.
I'say I don't want such an element
in our continuity. Will the sensible
white foreigners aud Kainaainas
stand by what I say, r support this
element of the Keform Party?
What Ike Hon. Mr. Wilder said is
untrue, and I think he Is, and this
obnoxious element are, trying to
create race prejudice and not I.
And tlds race prejudice is sought to
be created because it fits a certain
element if the Reform Pally, aud I
believe the leader of this element Is
related either by marriage or blood
to the above mentioned Honorable
gentleman. A. llosv.
lloiiolulu, January 21, lH'JO.
Km roit Hri.ixiix: The United
Slates shuts its ports to the immi
gration of paupers, convicts, and
laborers contracted with abroad,
hot all its army cannot colled any
class for 1en10v.1l, or all its navj
cany away 11 single man, unless he
be claimed under some tieaty stip
ulation, who has once passed Un
gates ot Castle (iarilen into lti mid
way, West Waler 01 Washington
Hawaiiun Ilislor.v mid ti adit ion
teach us that Ihe feiclble extradi
tion of men who have once gained
a forting is not a success, ltemciu-.
her ."Messrs, Short, WaMi anil Mai
grct, I'onsul Dudoit and the Admi
lal. To be sure, theie is an inlinile diff
erence between educated gantleuien
and common field hands, In some
respects, but if a thcolng may aspiie
to be a Capitalist and llfshop, a
field hand may aim to attain a 11101 e
congenial condition. It certainly
cannot be against the public welfare
and good morals for all our laborers
to desire to save their earnings,
pick up a trade or own n ship.
The bosses of the Six Companies,
and the Leaders of the Chinese
Scciet Soceitics. are already, per
haps, endorsing the Home Minister's
platform, and competing forthcim
portat ion and control of his serfs, This
scheme Is specially disreputable if
those mau-dealars are in the deal.
Timeo Danans, dona ferentes.
OIT TV13W Y03R.TJC
Is Issuing a new form of insurance which provides, in the event of death, for a return of nil premium1' piiid in ad
dition to the amount of the policy, or, uliould the insured survive a given number of years, the Company will
return till the premiums paid wilh'lntcrest; or, Instead of accepting the policy and prolils In cash the lesral holder
may, WITHOUTMKDICAI. EXAMINATION nml WITHOUT FURTHER PAYMENT OE PREMIUMS, take in
lieu thereof the amount of policy and profits in 1TMjY PAID UP insurance, participating annually in dividendii.
Remember, this contract is issued by the oldest Life In-iiniuce Company in the United Stales, and the Lar
gest Financial Institution in the Woild, its assets exceeding One Hundred and Twenty-Six .Millions of Dollais.
Iciy Uor full particulars call on or address
(Jeneral Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
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xs. iHHk 111 1 Ufl U mm w3 v& L II U 17
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Juat Received !
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J. rX 13A.II-.13V,
Km rou Bui.m:tin; 'ours with
Comrade Green's remarks just to
hand. I object to the tone of some
of his expressions, or rather I will
not lorm an opinion of them till it is
known, if he, as a Hawaiian Noble
assists in laying the "Refoim" Cor
ner Stone of Chinese vassalage, af
ter lighting to Up over Stephen's his
torical Corner Stone of African bon
dage. Oru Coins.
Maui, .lau. 18.
Registration cf Voters.
Nolice i.s beieby given th.il a meet
ing will be held in the 1st Precincl,
Hid Diftiicl, Honolulu, at the Hono
lulu Rillcs Ainioiy, ileielniiiii frtieet,
011 MONDAY, Jan. Kith, between the
bouiH of 7 and i r. m on WEDNES
DAY, Jan. 15th, Kinio lmiiih, and on
FRIDAY, Jan. 17th, aud SATUR
DAY AFTERNOON, from I to I), fui
the pin pose of RegNteiing Voters ami
coi reeling the Register. Theso meet
ings will be conliniied fiom week to
week al the f-amn place on the siinin
iIhvh and houiH as above.
4-17 if Clmiimuii.
The Election Law thus defines il
legal practices :
section 0(1. The following persons
shall be deemed guilty of "illegal
1. Every person who shall, for the
purpose of promoting or preventing
the election of a candidate al any
election, be engaged or employed
for payment or piomie of payment
to act'as agent, clerk or messenger,
except us set forth in Schedule C
hereto attached : or to act as ;om
initleeman, canvasser, runner,
watcher, guard or detective ; to act
or render service in arty capacity
whatever except one for which pay
ment ii authoii.ed by Schedule I)
heielo attached; to act, if an elec
tor, as clei I; or messenger.
'2. Every person so engaging,
lining, agreeing to hire or pay an
other for any such service, or, after
the same has been rendered, olt'er
ing or agieeing to pay therefor, or
to give or procuie any reward of
value for the sunn.
' Set-lion 01. No payment or con
tract lor paymeu.1 shall, for the pur
poses ot piomollng or piocuring the
elrclion of any candidate :il any
election, bo made on account of the
conveyance of cleclois to or from
the polling place in any manner
whatsoever ; for bands, torches,
(lugs, banneis, or other distinctive
maik or favor; for exhibiting bills,
addresses, posters or other printed,
written or painted device ; or for tho
use or any building or portion of
any building or stiuclurc for such
purpose, excepting only as permit
led by Schedule 1), hereto attached.
If any payment, or contract for
payment, for any purpose set foith
Ennoi: Ru.ixtin:- Tlicie is little
doubt that one of your valued cones
pondents will sit a Noble from Ha
waii in the coming Parliament. He
shows, by the vigorous exprcession
of his views over his full name,
that he has the courage of his con
victions and al the proper time dur
ing the Session we shall hear' his
plea for Prohibition. Uy continual
iteration and good usage ttie term is
understood to mean mm and its
Suppose this limitation be dropp
ed for a time, that we ask him and
and his co-adjutors if it will be con
sistent for them to assent, by vote,
voice, or silence even, to strengthen
ing tlie next great curse of our-land
by renewing the importation of the
very lowest and most degraded class
of a people of whom we have already
100 many? Will he and they pro
hibit ruin, and grant high license to
REAL ESTATE INVESTMENTS.
The sale of real estate belonging
to the Lunalilo property and sold al
public auction yesterday shows Uie
advancing figures of the' last 2 years
in this kingdom, on good real es
tate property, and is an index of
the abundance of money in the coun
try, which must sooner or later seek
investnientatstill lower rates of inter
est, than rule at present. City prop
erty, as shown by a recent sale of a
corner lot on the widened Alakea
street, has taken a large jump the
past year, owing no doubt to this
line new street being carried to the
waler front, it being the history of
all cities of any commercial import
ance, that city propeity within the
confines or limits of the bieadth of
the harbor, maintains) a steady and
increasing value as long as general
prosperity exists in the country.
The nc.xtimportant real estate site,
(probably the largest block of city
propeity over sold lcrc at auction),
takes places next Saturday, and
from its very central location, in the
heart of the city, leading direct to
the harbor and wharves, we expect
very spiiited bidding for it and
look with some interest to the re
sult ot this sale,
TAHITI : LEWI
LEMON, : CREAM rand-: PLAIN : SODA,
Solo Proprietors of BAILEY'S SAESAPARILLA & IRON WATER,
Ginger Me, Hop lie, Grenadine, fiptarA Sarsaparilla, Mineral Waters, Etc.
tour All coiiimmtlcntloiiH ami ovtUiiH should bo niUU'coscd to
BENSON, SMITH & CO.,
880 lm .Agents.
Auction Sales by James F. Morgan.
Valuable Real Estate
! ! 1
MOW WK DO TALK ! I
Was the appropriation for
REPLY TO HON. W. C. WILDER.
Kiuiou Hi i.i.rriv: This morn
ing's I'. C Advertiser reports the
Hon. W. ('. Wilder as saying at the
mass meeting of the Reform Taily
last night, that "his (mine) speech
from beginning to end was merely
trying to create raccprejudice. lie
(.lliyscn; lens you uiai mis uiing
will not be settled until tho sheets
run red with the blood of foieigu
eri." Now, what 1 said at the National
Reform mass meeting was: Hint
them was a disagreeable and obno
ious element in this country which
ought to be ousted out of il, for it
is creating constant tumult and I
believe it has been threatened with
in recent date that thih clement will
never be satisfied until there is an
other bloodshedding, until there is
such- bloodshed as will rfd the
streets of Honolulu, and then they
will be salWIed ; and fiirthct that
this obnoxious element predomin
ates in the police and military.
Now will tlii community for one
moment construe this to mean the
whole of tho white foreigner What
1 said and I believe every right-ihink-injr
man will say so too, applied lo
that powerful political element
which has been dibtuibing the peae.i
of the coiintiy since June, 1887. .
The Hawaiian insurrection of duly
.'1(1, iRR'.i would, I believe, have nev
er been attempted without the pio
road from Hilo to the Crater
which the Honorable Noblegobblod?
Docs this same Honorable Noble
" Fisiiks "
that he intends to catch? Kn?
On SATURDAY, .Inii.Saili,
AT l O'4'I.OCK X'OON,
Al my SilcsiDom, Queen Mivi'i, 1 will
(oil at 1'nlilU; Ann ion, u
Desiralile Bniini Lol !
.Sitimli'it mi lliu muiKii illc of Urn
tnniniitreel, liciuiicn llif ri-siileiiRcnui
Mr. Cuiiavano iiml Mr O. Ii llnauliunii.
The Lot hull a gor.il iilcviillon nhovu
the r-.trcet ami It uull pliintcil w,l(i -tuiile
irei'ii. Walei laid 011.
SWerfL)l: M ki I liniil.tue bv 1H)
ftclilrep, nml Iiih 11 i bot I .ne on the
TKK.M.S: i,' em.li. liidnr.ro hi I, 3
nml II yeai-p, imru-sii ill 7 per eml.
Kuilliii pullniluiH app'y I"
,1AH. F. MO ltd AN,
ATTENTION, Police! Hurl &
7V. Co. I'rniiricinrrt of the hlllu leu
('cam I'urlnrs, on Hotel stne.t, will
keep 1 heir cstalilNlinicnt In up during
ll',:lii lime, and will p.iy i.ny police
iilllci r on wnieii the mum ol &rA)tli:il
ni'elitg any lifipiisn'iM on iludr pic
Q SOWS. 7 mmillia old;
,0 5 Ynuii(i llgt, 1
inoiilli old. I'rlre t-u
I lie iiil lot, :i
Aimlv ut once.
... .,'.... .
VV. It. HI-.AI
for W ul 'i iiioiiIIm old
4.'i.r. lw p.o. Hn. No.inn.
"" Voit sa17e ov LKASK "
fpiir. Larue Collage Willi ..1
X rooms and oui-lmlldliiir
on I'liiirhbouloticct, uuiuka
ol llie Moiinnii Chuuh, lately oeiiipleil
by Mr. Mux Kik-ut. Apply 10
l.,:i.M II. IIAOKKllLDACO.
Stocks & Bonds !
On SATUUA.1,.1iiii. 2Mli,
mu.A.fc. 10M t'oltage m JCupa
ASmO liima, near LII1I1.1 street
ymiHIiilloiinf Tramways Co- Col
lage leeently pahiled nml pnpeied
Ihioiiglimil. Rent moilerale. Apply
Or lo.l F Hinwii, (Invi'iiiiiii'iil Suivey
Olllee, h" -''
AT Ii 0'lI.O(li XJIDN,
Al my SiiU'Hiooui, (jiit'i'ii stieel, I will
M-ll 111 I'lllille AIU'IIOII,
60 Shares Haw. Agrlcul. Co.'s Slock,
I'.ir Vulue lon.
10 Shares Ookala Plantatiou Stock,
I'ai Value $'M.
8 Shares Reciprocity Slotk,
I'm Value IH0.
9 Shares llonoom stock,
Pur Vullle l(HI.
$10,000 Government 6 Percent Bonds,
triir 'lids Is un excellent oppotliuilly
lo Htriiie jio"l paying !iivestiiii'iil'.
In the Business Center of Honolulu !
The attention of O.ipiLilislH, Tiuateos and Real Ktdnlo InvestoiH, is callnl to
one of the most important sales of Real Kstate, foi bmiue.-.s
bluekn, evei held in Honolulu; llie propeity hei ig
.situated in (he heart of the city
and bounded by
ffuuanii, Hotel and Bethel Sir oats.
The undetsigiied bus leeeived insliiictions to oft'er for sale by
nutltioii, at his S.ilesioom, Queen stieet,
On Saturday, Jan. 25, 1 890,
1 O'CI-OCIC NOON,
VALtJAllLK CITY I'ROl'KRTY, known ns the
(Kxcepling only Ihe coiner lol on Niimiiiu and Jfotel stieoU, owned by
Sir. .lamch Olds)
Containing in all 16,000 Square Feet.
Thii in the most compact and dcHhalilu piece of property in Honolulu,
and beiiiK uituuted in the heiut of tho letail biiHinoB.s (piaiter of the city,
between the two main nileiies of trallic, (Foil ond Nuuanii Htieets), leading
to and fiom the wbnives and haibor, il will have a value for all time, and
theiefoicholdii nut iiuiiHiial indiieenienlH to capitaliHti, as n leinuiierntive
and pciniiinenl iuvclinent.
The main fiontii;e.s of lliih piopeily me -10 feel on Nuiiaiiii stieet, Oil
feel on Hotel etieel and 12f feet on ltetliid htieet, vvhioh tluee htiecttf
have been leeently widened by (he (loveininenl lo -10 feet each, and linely
macadamised ami guided throughout, leiideiiue; them the lincHt llmioiigh
f.iieri in Ihe eily. A new sheet ol 11! feet width, which runs llpoiih the
center of the pippeily from Nuimnu to Hethel AheetH, has been iloualed by
the owner ol the block, ami this will give additional sheet fion'.HK of
lll.rt feel on one nidi) of the new Micot mid 01 feel on the oilier, lo all Iho
lots to be hold, leaviui; no lot without a valuable Htirel fiontUK! and (o foiiio
ol lliein vciy di'siinblo and valuublo sheet coiiicih.
Anolher udvanliiKe of Ibis line piopeily as an iiiveslnient, isils excel
lent huuitniy condition, and'hein on t liv highcht pint of the city, iiiakui of
Hotel stret't, it will have excellent druiniie,e for buildint( erected thereon,
iiml lii-iiiK of sullieienl elevation, permih. tho constiuelion of deep eelhire,
mi iiecounl of being beyond the le.ieb of tide water.
The block has, been Biib-divided
in bo seen on a Luge new suivey
iulo buildiiiK loin, numbeiim; 1 lo 1'J
map, now on view al my Huh-Bioom.
,IAH. T. MOIKiAX,
4M id Auelloncpr,
The title to the piopeily is peifeet. Tciiiih of Hide uie one thiid cash,
one tli ti I one year and one tbiid two yeais, with inleiest al Ii per cent pet
An examination of thin piopeily is solicited, und ix i;oulideully leeiiiu
mended as a peiniauenlly iciiiiineiative inveslmenl.
gjm" For fnllei )iailieul.trH and infninialion apply In ", J
JAS. F. MORGAN,
1"U lil Ai'crioNi:i:u.