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1st Distriet, 2nd Precinct !
Registration of Vottn !
Notice is hereby given tlint a meet
ing will bo hold in the 2nd l'iceiuct,
1st District, Honolulu, tit the Public
School House on Hoietania stieet,
between l'cnsacolsi suiil l'iikoi streets,
fin WEDNKSDAY. '22nd inst., nuil
on FRIDAY, 24lh inst., fiom f to
7 :'M v. ., for the liuiiiou of
Registering Voters anil eoriecting
For the accommodation of voters
meetings will also lie held for the
same purpose on TUESDAY, 21st
inst., and THURSDAY, 2Ihd inst..
at the ollice of Gardner K. Wilder,
Esq., on Merchant stieet, fiom 12::i0
to 1 I', m.
All voters when icgi-dciing me
lespectfully icquoted to have then
GARPNKR K. WILDER,
.1. ALFRED MAGOON,
Inspeetois of Election, 2nd I'io-
finet. l-")l til
2nd District, 2nd Precinct !
At a meeting of the ltoiud of
Health held .Innunry Jo, 18!)0, the
boundaries of the City of Honolulu
ns relating to Sections 17, IS) and 20
of the Sunitmy Code, in regard to
the keeping of hogs, slaughter houses
and hides weie ll.xod at 1 mile in all
directions fiom tin- Post Ollice, ox
coiiting that iiait of Iwilei aheady
set a pint for the above purposes.
GEO. 0. POTTER,
Honolulu, .Ian. 20. 1S90. 457 ill
Pledged to ntxthtr Sect nor Party,
Hut established for the benefit of all.
DAILY BULLETIN: HONOLULU, II. L, JANTAIiY 2:2, KSbO.
MWMMMM'rlrt9MeiOUrtMM4rUt '1'W '";TN T
It h very trying to be consistent
in our daily walk ; wc realize this ;
but fall to understand how any rea
sonable person can suppose that
Mr. Kuulukou, or any other fellow
marching to the drum and fife of
the Reform party, is n whit better
fellow than he would he if inarching,
say, like Mr. Hush, to the music, of
the National Reform parly. What
fools we mortals be.
WEDNESDAY, JAN. 22, 1890.
Restoration of Vote s I
The Hoaul of lnspectois of Elec
tion for the 2nd Pieeinet, 2nd Dis
trict, Honolulu, will meet for Regis
tering Voters and coi reeling the
Register, at the Polling Place foi
R.iid Precinct (Hon. W. H. Rice's
Ham, School street), on FRIDAY,
Jan. 17th, from 7 to 9 r. M., on SAT
URDAY, Jan. 18th, fiom '.) to ti
I. M.; at Engine Co. No. -I, on MON
DAY and TUESDAY, Jan. 20th and
2lst, fiom 7 to 1) each evening. k
Meetings will be held ut above
places on same days of the weeks
and at same houii until fin titer
gjtT Votein will please bring their
Tax Receipts with them.
l.",l t,f Chaiiinan.
i - i - -
5lh DistriGt, 2nd Precinct !
The principal speaker at the Re
form mass meeting is reported as
saying, in icference to the National
Reform ticket, that the only thing
he could see "national" about it
was the bad character of some of
its candidates. The logical deduc
tion from this is that hadiiess of
character is characteristic of the
nation and that to be of the nation
is to be of bad character. Surely
this was not what the speaker meant !
The tooters for the present Ad
ministration lind u deal of amuse
ment raking over the remains of
former Administrations; hut, dear
friends, wait until auditors and com
mittees have had an opportunity to
scrutinize the acts of your paragons.
You will then realize that it does
make some difference whose ox is
gored, and that it is well not to
whistle too loudly until one is well
out of the woods.
"The Voice of the Feoplo" news
paper has too much of some things
to be agreeable to our fastidious
taste. One of these is the "Seventh
Day Adventist" business. The peo
ple who hold to the belief that Sun
day should be on Saturday may be
right, or they may be wrong; but
what has that to do with politics?
And why mix up contioversial re
ligious beliefs with political discus
sions, in the editorial columns ol a
On Monday evening the efumc dc
la crane of our society sat for
an hour or more listening to a ward
politician damn with faint praise or
abuse men as good as he is, simply
because they train under a differ
ent political banner. The leader
of society took as much pleasure
in listening to the harangue as a
Spaniard would at a hull bail.
Verily leligion, education, and other
supposed to be refilling inlluenccs
have failed to make any impie-sion
upon the goody-goody people ol the
Makawao districts, with six ' Post
Olllccs, would Invu had a chance to
answer that mail, being the last mail
to leave Honolulu till February the
8th. Hut no ; oh, no I To the d
with the public, the steamer is onrs,
and will have to ran to .suit us, and
nobodv else. That seems to be the
leading idea. It will not cause any
wonder ut all if tho Game thing hap
pens again. On Christmas day the
Likelike came in about 7:210 a. id.,
but the train did not start from Ku
hului till about noun, thus keeping
everybody waiting for their mall.
To make the Saturdays the days of
departure, and Wednesdays the days
of arrival will bar us, every time
the Kinuu goes to Honolulu on Tues
day, from answering our mail, but
that of course is all tight as long as
there is no other company to run
Wc have had copious rain here in
Wailuku, and mud is cheap. Re
ports from Makawao say Unit there
also they have had a good rainfall.
Chinese New Year as usual was
ushered in witn homos ami mo
crackers and disappearing chickens.
I(9r3P B jyaTsSri
oa ;nxt:w "voices:
Is i-suinu a new fdnn of insurance winch provide, in the ewjiil or ilealli, for a return oi an premiums pain in au-
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ret in it all the prou'iiuum paid v.ith'intoiost ; or, instead of accepting the policy mid piolits in cash the leual holder
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ount ol policy ami piouts in cijiii.ii i-aiw i r insurance, paiiicipumig uiiiiuuuy iimm-nu-..
"est Financial In
Remember, this contract is issued by the oldcs-t Lifo Insurance Company in the United States, and the I.ar
ltution in the Woild, Its assets exceeding One llundied ami Twenty-six Minions oi uouars.
For full particulars call on or address
Sl. 3B. ROSE,
Geneial Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
If Mr. Wilder's methods
the Hue of the reform his
Registration of Voters !
The Inspectors of Election for (lie
2nd Piecinctof District ", Honolulu,
Oahn, will meet in said Precinct at
the Reformatory School for-the pur
pose of Registering Voters for Nobles
and Repiesentativo, and correcting
thi! Register, on Jan. 22nd, from
K lo 10 a. m., and from 1 to 7 p. M.
Notice of further meetings will be
given at the above meetings.
V"P1p:ifu biing your Tax Re
ceipts, gjTTw 2nd Pieeinet of the Otlt
District, compiit.es all that poition
of the District makni of King stieet
mid west of the toad up Kulihi
Cliaiinian of Inspectoisof Election
2nd Pieeinet, oth District, Ho
nolulu, Oahn. -M8 tf
6th District, 1st Precinct!
I lonolulu, Ontiii.
claims to represent, we have had
enough of such reform. Mr. Wilder
and his ft lends are transplanting
methods quite familiar to anyone
who knows anything of political
campaigns in the Western States of
America. We would not be surpris
ed to hear next that the Keform
Party has placed sums of money
with saloon keepers lo be expended
in treating the boys. This is the
way ward politicians work elections
in Chicago, but, there, persons using
such methods do not style them
The clever politician who under
stands human nature rarely direct
ly attacks the character of an oppo
nent. He knows that an ons
laught of this nature is calculated, in
the main, to gain sympathy for the
opponent. Mark Anthony-like, while
extolling "the man" he places in
a contemptuous light "the policy"
represented by his antagonist ; and
the audience, reversing the order
and taking the man for the policy,
cover him with a storm ot howls
and a hurricane of hisses. Our
politicians have yet to learn those
Eegistration of Voters !
The Inspector of Election for the
First Precinct of DMiict Five will
meet in said Precinct at the Refoim
ntoiy School for Nobles and Repre
sentatives and collecting the Regis
ter, on MONDAY, Jan. 27th, fiom
7 to 0 p. M., FRIDAY, Jan. lUst.,
from 7 to '.) p. m.
Notice of any further meetings will
be given at the above nieotingt..
The Fiist Precinct of the Fifth
District comprises all that poition of
said Distriet lying East of the main
road up Kalihi Valley and maiika of
All voters when legiHleiing are
respectfully requested to biing their
4fi2 tf Chairman.
3rfl District, 1st Precinct!
Mr. Wilder is reported to have
said, substantially, that if people
arc not to pledge themselves to a
party, he would like to know what
they arc to go upon. We know
quite a number of voters, of mature
years and capable of thinking for
themselves, who have a poor opinion
of parties as constituted here, and
intend balloting for those whom they
believe to be the best men and
"scratching" those in whom they
have no confidence, regardless of
party. Will any but narrow bigots
dare assert that these men arc not
wisely exercising their right as "free
and independent electors?"
I. XI I
Keally, we regret to know that
some men in Honolulu, some of them
political workers, are so narrow and
prejudiced as to conscientiously be
lieve that those who do not belong
to their political faction are posi
tively deluded. Considering that
politics do not constitute an exact
science, ami that political doctrines
are largely matters of opinion, witli
more than one side, men lo whom
nature has been so unkind as to
.bring them into this world with such
Liliputian minds arc to be deeply
pitied. This narrow prejudice is on
a par with condemning lo sheol the
souls of men who do riot subscribe
to the dogmas of some particular
section of the church.
In his speech at the Reform mass
meeting, Mr. W. O. Smith indicat
ed a bit of his early legislative ex
perience: "He went into the House
with a pocket full of bills based on
intentions, which he found he
had to give up." That is, as we
understand, lie wanted and intend
ed to do more, as he found, than
could be done. Probably there is
danger that the next Legislature,
whichever side predominates, will
attempt too much. This is to be
deprecated. The last Legislature
blundered in this particular, result
ing in considerable loose legislation.
A little good law well done, is infin
itely preferable to a mass of in
KiiiTon Bl'i.ixtin:- I would like
to know : Does he deserve the name
of an HONEST MAN who upon the
very first opportunity given him
puts his hand into thc'till and takes
out of it that which no man had
given him the right to take?
Registration of Voters.
Notice is heieby given that a meet
ing will be held in the 1st Precinct,
Uid District, Honolulu, at tlto Hono
lulu llilles Armory, lieretania btreet,
on MONDAY, Jan. lillh, between the
hours of 7 and J p. m., on WEDNES
DAY, Jan, 15th, fame hours, and on
ERIDAY, Jan. 17th, and SATUR
DAY AFTERNOON, fiom 4 to (1, for
the purposo of Itegistoi ing Voters and
coriccling the Register. These meet
ings will bo continued fiom week to
week at the same jilnco on the same
dayfl and bonis as above.
4-17 tf '. Chaiiinan.
Cgly stories arc being whispered
about town regarding a live hundred
dollar retainer paid lo a pillar of at
least two rhurches, sometime about
or during the session of the last
legislative assembly, for which the
recipient was understood lo cham
pion the cause of the Chinese in
case it came into the assembly. The
story has a funny side too, for the
aforesaid pillar, at or about the time
when a Hawaiian brother was telling
how he found a fifty-dollar bill in his
pocket, handed back to the giver
one hundred dollars of the retainer.
I'he droll pait of this matter is, why
one-filth of the retainer this is what
a lawyer calls it should be handed
back and four-fifths of it held on to.
To the simple minded it looks fully as
wrong to keep tour hundred dollars,
under the circumstances, as to keep
five hundred. Again, to call the five
hundred dollars a retainer and the
fifty dollars a bribe is to make a dis
tinction without very much of a difference.
LETTER FROM MAUI.
Kditoh Bru.r.TiN-: Here in Wai
luku politics arc as lively as ever.
Meetings are held, and resolutions
passed, and work is all the time going
on. There seems to be hope that in
Wailuku district, at least, the Re
form party will be snowed under.
In Makawao everything is quiet, at
least on the surface, no meetings
having been held since the one for
nominating Nobles in Kahuhii.
The Hoard of Education are
boasting of all the schools they have
put up, and they have clieel; enough
lo say that schools are established
in an (iisincis ana places wucre
there are children enough, and this
boast in the face of the fact that
right hero on Maui there is a largo
district,' with over 100 children,
where there is no school, and not
likely to bo one either. At Spreck
elsville the children are growing up
as ignorant as pigs, only learning
lo root in the ground like pigs. The
children arc kept to work day in
and day out for the benefit of the
parents mid the plantation, and no
wonder that mairied Portuguese
prefer to work there, where there is
no school. It is a crying injustice
to all the others of that nationality,
and the other plantations are losing
their laborers as a consequence.
Can Spreclcelsvillc say: Noli mctau
gere? Asiatics are swarming in on us
again, to the tunc of several hun
dreds, very much to the satisfaction
of the voters amongst the laborers.
They will express their deepfelt
thanks at the polls. What wo want
is not line words and phrases, but
acts; not delusive promises, but the
carrying out of those made.
dent satisfaction is expressed all
over for the way the steamer mono
poly run the Likelike. Just think
ot It, the foreign mail ai rived Iii
Honolulu tho 1 1th, and we get it on
the loth. The Kinau went down on
the 1 1th, and if tho Likelike had
arrived op that day, Wailuku and
THE HOMESTEAD POLICY.
Editor Hcmxtin : Will you kind
ly allow me to blow away a little of
my wrath through your column1'.
1 came to this beautiful country a
few months ago and decided to set
tle here, as I thought the Oovern
men; would give a European immi
grant a liltle mine encouragement
than they would lo Ihe Orientals
whom they aie inmorlitig into the
countiy by thousands. I applied
to the .Minister of Ihe Interior for a
piece of uiiucl Covein uciil land in
the mountains at 1 lit luck of Hono
lulu. I told him liflei'11 ncies would
do, as I wanted lo glow fruit trees
and other plants to make enough
money to pay the wages of a man
whom T needed to keep there. I told
him I wanted to build a house, no I
could upend a few hours there eveiy
week and get some ficsh air aftir
toilintr in town. The Minister told
me fifteen acres was a. little too
much, but I might have ten, and I
was to sign an agreement that Jwould
not cut any trees down without
Jiis or Mime oilier ollicial'a consent.
He told me the price of the land
would not be moie than what was
given for it by the Government. I
left the Minister with the distinct un
derstanding that the land J had se
lected was to be sold to me. 1 or
dered a large water tank from Cali
fornia to catch drinking water, and
1 collected a sjreat many different
kinds of fruit trees and other plants
while away on the other islands. 1
planted about one hundred trees up
on the land, such as, alligator pears,
lemons, oranges, limes, loquat, man
goes, and other trees, all of which
starlea well, i went up tin re a
great many times and worked hard
to keep the weeds away from the
young trees, and I cut down a good
deal of lautana.
On an appointed day a govern
ment surveyor from the Iand-ollice
went with mo to survey the laud ; he
surveyed a piece of land which hail
been applied for at the same time
and for a similar purpose, and start
ed on my lot ami had only made one
line when all of a sudden he packed
tip and went to town. Next morn
ing I was informed that I could not
have the land, us so many had ap
plied for lots in the same neighbor
hood. I enquired and learndd that
all the applicants subsequent lo my
self were government ollieials. Later
the Minister declared that he in
tended to lay out a road into the
mountains and divide the laud into
house lots as soon as he could pro
cure tho services of a competent
engineer (do Lesseps perhaps).
Now my plants are choked with
weeds and" abandoned. In view of this
is not the Government talk about
homestead lols for settlers rather
empty? Won.n-m: Si.ru.r.u.
' '"""ffev 1 1 1 LI 1 FBI'S
'Jjjjm? ' Ymi BALTIMORE
W3g&0!& ' M rsC J ust deceived !
JlipM' M ICV' 'V; . ,r,:,aw
c pMMKAMinrALvs wnExirfrit.vyTiggsyrju.'i'M in hjj mt fmwwjjuaoaaMj aj .i i i iitiai wiimimii iiiiiw iiiiiiiib
fiiiTl 1 I31I1I1C UinDlft FflMDANV
JO. r.r. JLSA.XB-iEJ'Sr, Maim-ci-.
M AN TFACTU.ttERS OF
LEMON, : CREAM ranch PLAIN : SODA,
Solo Proprietors of BAILEY'S SARSAPARILLA & IRON WATER,
Giiipr Ms, In Ale, GrenliM, Raspfrn'ryafle. teiaril, Mineral Waters. Etc.
cr AH ciiititiiUiiiCiitloiiH and orders should lo addressed to
BENSON, SMITH & CO.,
Acctlcn Sales liy .lames '. Horgan.
Pk at; jjB h u g
On SATURDAY, .Jar.. a(li,
at iri 4::.u:sc .; .;.
W my BilcMonn, IJuccn -tin", 1 vi'l
fell lit I'ulilii: Aiiciliiii, u
Dili! Mil . Lol !
Hitiiiicd (-a ilio in iil.i il'li- "I tJi i f
Mliiti ill eel, 1'i'l'witi t.'ii' u-'il 'I'C.b i'
.Ml. I'aiiiV'.iiit mid Mr (1. P. !!) uV.;iu;
The Lot his it gooil fcli'Vitlinu iiliovn
llu1 Mud mill is well hiiiidi v, illi blmilo
ire. . V.iier litlil on.
ECHOES DF THE REFORM rVJASS
Don't incite natives against for
eigners! Hut import rilles to bhoot
Public plunder! Who (nil Gov
ernment, ollieials plunder the public
Which has. been in our hiitory the
most corrupt legislature?
Where was "General Greene"
Did you not coinc hero in Knmc
liamelm V.'s time?
Did you not put up the Govern
Did you not become Superintend
ent of Public Works and Water
Works, and Clerk of the Market?
Did you not stav in these olllccs
Who discharged you?
Why were you dischaigod?
Do you really have the electric
lifjht on the street you live in?
Did this ministry really brin the
electric, light, or was old Gibson the
As a fact the Minister of lutcrioi
hires out the electric liujil in town
and keeps L.'s street and others in
Do wc see any loaves haiigiiii; out
from the lluform Government?
Have wo any ox carts to hire out
at S8 per day?
He it enacted :
1. That the Government pay each
laborer $& per day.
2. That the Keform Putty pay all
Who got tho Kaknako contract?
Were there not some bids for it?
Did the Government mule get it?
What is the wjI of it?
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fici ill c)1, iiiiti
fl!i t ft "lit
n (I toot I
,!(. l.y 1H0
mi) on ilic
'lKUUS: 1.,' oiihli, b.iluiid.i In
anil it years, inii'ivM lit 7 per erni
l'mllicr piitliMilais .ipp'y m
1A8. I lUOliUAN,
kissness Center of Honolulu !
The attention of Capitalists, Trustees and Keal Estate Investois, in ealhd to
one of the must impoi taut pules of Heal Estate, for liUMness
blocks, ever held in Honolulu; the propeity bei.ig
.situated in tho heart of the city
and bounded by
Nuuanii, Hotel and Bethel Siroets.
Tim uiidciMfPied has received instructions to oiler for sale by
auction, ut bis Salesroom, ucen street,
Si f m"
Jan. 25, 1890,
.. j . t
On SATUIKDA V, inu. tt;1(li,
AT J!! (VCC.OCEl .'."i,
A I 111
sell a' I'll!
(Jiii en sliu'i, ! will
illi' AlK tlni.
GO Shares Haw. Agrlcul. Co.'s Slock,
l Mr ViiliH) .Jir.H.
10 Shares Ookala Plantation' Slock,
lMi Value s?0'i.
8 Shares Reciprocity Slock,
IMi V.i'ue f.lOO.
9 Shaves Moiiomu Stock,
I Mr Value 1 00.
$10,000 Govornmenl 0 Pcrcost Bonds,
10 Shares oiowalu Plantation.
23 " People's Ico fi Mii Co.
48 " Untnal Telephone Co.
ti?" 'I Ids U mi excellent opportunity
liineeute yuoil puling liivrsliiifiiW.
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
The wbolo of th.it VALUABLE CITY PROPERTY, known as (ho
" BOOTH ESTATE,"
(Excepting only the coiner lot on Nuuaiiu and Hotel Htreetn, owned by
Mr. .James OUIh )
Containing in all 16,000 Square Feet,
This, it. the most compact and desirable- piece of property in Honolulu,
and beint; hiiiuiteil in the hciitl of tho retail business quat tor of the city,
between the two main aitoiies of trallle, (Fort and Nuuaiiu RlieeU), leadini;
to and from tho wharves and baibor, it will have a value for all time, and
tliPtefuio hohl.H out uniiHital inducements to capitalist;), as n leniunerativo
ami permanent inveHtnuint.
The main frontages of this propeity are 10 feet on Nuiiaini stieet, !KS
reel on Hotel hticetand 12f feet on Jielbel street, which three streotH
have been tecenlly wfiiluned by tho Government to -10 feet each, and finely
iiincad.imihcd ami graded throughout, leudeiiii,' them the finest tliorougli
fares in the city. A new stieet of VI feet width, which runs through the
center of tho pinpeily from Nuuaiui to lJelbcl fitieets, has been donated by
the owner of the block, and this will give additional stieet frontage of
llt.'i foci on one side of tho now ulreet and HI feel on the other, lo nil the
lots to be bold, leaving no lol without a valuable fctiect fiontnge and lo fome
of lliciii very desirable and valuable street coineis.
Another advantage of this line property as an investment, Is its excel
lent tanitiiiy conditions, and being on the highest pail of the city, inakni of
Hotel hticel, it will have excellent drainage for buildings erected thereon,
a.1 id being of Hiillieiunt elevation, petniils the coiisliuction of deep cellars,
on account of being beyond the roach of tide water.
The block has been sub-divided into building lots, numbeilng I to 11!
as can be 6Cun on a huge new suivey map, now on view at my Salesiooni.
The title lo the piopeity is pet foot. Terms of sale aie oim lliiul cash,
one lliiul one year and one lliii.l two yeais, with iuleichl at li jier cent per
An examination of this propoily is elicited, ami is confidently leeom
mended as a poiniancnlly leniuner.itive iinentiuenl.
.IAS. I. 3H)EU.!AN,
4W III AiuitloiH'cr,
l''or fuller p.iilicul.mt and.infbiiuatiou ujiply to
JAS- F- MORGAN,