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1st District, 2nd Precinct
Roeiitrotion of Votm ! '
Xoliee is hereby given that a iiiect
iny will lie held in the 2nd rrocinct,
1st District Honolulu, at the Public
School House on lleretauia lreet,
between Fensacola and l'iikoi fctreetc,
on WEDNKSPAY. 22nd lust., mid
on K HI PAY, 21th inM ftoiu fi to
1 :'M) p. M., for the iiuiptv-e of
Registering Voter- and correelinu:
For the acconnnodation oi soters
meeting!) will also he held fur the
fiiiue purpose on TUESDAY, JlUt
nr-t.. and TUVK.SPAY, Inl ui6t .
ultheotriec of Gardner K. Wilder,
Km., on Merchant street, fiom 12::t0
to 1 p. M.
All oters when rrgihtcriii! ate
M'fipeotfully rci'llcMcd to h:ie their
i;akdni:i k. yilpei:,
. ,j. alfred magoon.
Inspector of Election 2nd I'm -einct.
2nd District, 2nd Precinct !
llegistration of Vote s !
The Hoard oi luspeetoii ! Kiev
lion "for the 2nd 1'ieciiuM, 2nd Dir
1 1 iet, Honolulu, will meet foi Reidn
tering Voteis and eoneetin the
Register, r.t the l'ollinj; Place fur
.id Precinct (Hon. W. II. Riee'h
Darn, School Mrect), on FRIDAY,
Jan. 17th, from 7 to 9 p. m., on SAT
URDAY, Jan. 18th, from I! to 0
p. M. ; nt Engine Co. No. 1, on MON
DAY and TUESDAY, Jan. 2tHh and
lilht, fiom 7 to 0 cadi eveninj,'.
Meeting' ill he held at above
places on tame days f the weeks
and nt sime bouts until ftnlhei
g0 Ynteia will pleatehting their
Tax Receipts with thorn.
1.11 tt (.'haii man.
Sib District, M Predict!
HO.YOM'I.l'. OAIII .
R' glstration of Voters !
The Inspectors of Election for the
2nd 1'iecinct of Dibtnct ,i, Honolulu,
Oalni, will meet in slid Precinct at
tho Reformatory School for the jmr
poff of Registering Voteis foi Nobles,
and Representative, and correcting
Hie Register, on SATURDAY, Jan.
2.'ith, from ! to 7 p. m on WEDNES
DAY, Jan. 2'Jlh, ftom ! to 7 i y.,
and on FRIDAY, Jan. :U.-I, from 2
to 8 p. m. Notice of r'uithci meet
ings will he given at lhe above
j"Tlease biiug y.uu Ta Ite
cviplti. )f"Tlii' 2nd I'nvinet ol the oih
District, comprises all that poitinn
of the District makai of King stieel
and wet of the load up Kaliln
Valley. W. L. WII.UON,
Chairman of Inspectors of Election
2nd 1'iecinet, 5th Di.-tiict, IIo
lioluln, Oiihn. US tf
5tli District, 1st Preciuct!
1 lonolulu. Oiiltu.
Ecgutration of Voters !
Tho Inspector of Election lor ihc
Fiist l'iceinct of District Five will
meet in said 1'iecinet at the Reform
atory School for Nobles and Itepie
M'litativeH and collecting the Regis
ter, on MONDAY, Jan. 27lb, from
7 to 'J P. M., FRIDAY. Jan. ,'tlht.,
fioin 7 to ! p. M.
Notice of any further meetings will
Ive given at the abose meetings.
The First Riecinct of the Fifth
District comprises all that portion of
wiid District lying East of the main
load tip Kalibi Valley and maul.it of
All voteis when legidlering are
respectfully requested to bring their
1 52 tf Chairman.
3rfl District, 1st Precinct!
Registration ef Voters.
v Notice is hereby given that a meet
ing will he held in tho 1st Piecinct,
JJid District, Honolulu, at the Hono
lulu Rilles Armory, Reretania street,
cm MONDAY, Jan. 13th, between the
hour of 7 and 9 p. m on WEDNES
DAY', Jan. 15th, same hours, and on
FRIDAY, Jan. 17th, and SATUR
DAY AFTERNOON, fiom 4 In (i, for
the putpohc of Registering Voters and
correcting tho Register. These meet
ings will bo continued fiom week to
week at tho.same place on the same
days and bonis as above.
j 17 tf Chairman.
2nd District. 1st Precinct!
Regutintlon of Voters !
lhe Iue)irtoiii of Election ftu the
2nd Ditdtict, 11 1'rce.inet, Honolulu,
will meet at Kline, eoiner of Ntiuanu
and I'atuu streete, tor the puipoce of
Register ill; YoUth and eoinetini,'
tho Uegiftei, on SATURDAY, Jan.
25tb, fiom 2 to U P.M.MONDAY.
Jnn. 27th, from !l to 0 r. M.. WED
NESDAY, Jan. 2()th, from 7 to !t
p. m.. and on FRIDAY. Jan. MM,
fioin 2 to t' P. M.
ALFRED W. CARTER.
C hainuau of Innpcclornof Elect iin
lit 1'iecinet, 2nd Di-triet.
1st District, i st Precinct I
A l.it of Voteis foi Nobles and
ISepU'ffontativef. ha- hren posted at
the l'ollinj; place oi thi- riecinct.
the Government Ntnerv, on King
street. Voter- can satisfy themselves
hy inspecting said list that theii
name are propeily enleied. Foi
the purpose of making any eoi lec
tions and foi any additional names
to he added, meetings will he held at
lhe Government Nuiseiy, King
street, on-WEDNESDA Y, Jan. 2!Mh,
ft. -in t mS p. m , THURSDAY, Jan.
3lth, from I lo i p. M., FIJI DAY.
Jan. :tl-t. from -I to fc P. vi.
K. (i. SCHI'.MAN.
fh.iimian of lri.-M". In 1-t l're
einct, 1st District. -1C1 Id
ii ' - L. '. 1 - - J1
'1 1 1 IC
t'lrilved lo urither Sect nor Party,
Vut cstittlishai for the irnrfit of all.
SATURDAY, JAN. 2.j, 1830.
Diogenes, in -parch of an
man. has fallen among
Diogenes decline's at present to
give fuller information touching the
"ugly rumors" in regard to the
8.J00 ictainer matter. They aie
public property, which maybe in
vestigated by the respectable Adver
tiser, if -o inclined.
Since 'machine politics" were in
troduced, into this country, two
years ago, we have heard a great
deal about "majority rule." And
yet it is no uncommon thing at the
present time to hear some of those
who have talked majority rule at
waul meetings express their unwill
ingness to accept gracefully the de
cision of the majority at the polls,
should tho majority be against them.
As long as the majority is on their
side submission thereto is right and
proper: but if on the other side,
then that is different.
A constant reader of the Adver
tiser, who confines his reading to
that paper, is liable to imbibe the
belief that the only men the country
can fuini-h, capable of managiug
its public aft'aiis, are those com
posing the present Cabinet. Of
course, it is needless to say t lint airy
such belief is absrud. Proper
material for Ministerial positions is
not abundant, not -o abundant as
the aspiiants for the places and pay ;
but it is not so -scarce that another
set could not be had as good, at
least, as the "set now in ofllcc. Al
though, in our opinion, certain gen
tlemen now in the Administration
arc among the best procurable, we
believe others could be roplaced by
Our morning contemporary has
uttered a caution in icgard to exciting
the native against the foreigner, to
which we take no exception, but
would add that neither should
the foreigner be eel against the na
line, No one can deny that fiom
the first day the foreigner settled on
these islands until now the native
has been his friend. He found an
hospitable welcome on arrival, and
has been an honored Kucfct ever
since. The foreigner has good rea
son ever to think and speak well of
the hospitality and generosity of hia
host. I'he contemptuous sneers at tho
native race that are sometimes utter
ed and even printed are not becom
ing to their authors, If the sou of
the soil makes mistakes iu Ids ef
forts to master the white man's eco
nomy of life, it would seem the part
of the latter to ondeaor to correct
his errors, rather than denounce and
ridicule him -to guide his steps in
the safe and right road rather than
shoot him liko a mt in a hole when
he 1ia llllMUU-U'll.
Fair play is what nil honest and
fair-minded men want at the coming
election, and all such arc prepared
to accept cheerfully the result of a
fair contest, whether it ho in accord
with their wUh or not. Hut unfor
tunately all men are not fair-minded,
and those who are not are capable
of trying any questionable method
to secure victory. No matter which
side such men atu allied to, they
arc an uudc?itab!e element to he
guarded against. Let us have fair
play, Kenllonien, and no taors, and
manfully submit to the conquering
Disraeli once derisively chaiueil
his opponent, (Gladstone, with hav
ing changed his opinions upon cer
tain points. Gladstone quietly ie
plied that lie should be botry to have
maU; no progress in forty years. It
i a very small mind that does not
liml occasion lo modify and perhaps
change in iews with irici eased ex
perience, retleetion, and knowledge;
and it is small business to charge in
the present campaign that because
certain men held r-eitain views an
IniUTruite number of years ago they
must necessarily be .of the same
opinion to-day, in spite ot llifirpro
fe.wiou to the contrary.
According to well authenticated
report cold water squirted ftom a
lio-e is sometimes used at the Station
Hou-te foi the purpose ot quieting
refractory per-on- Unit may have
tin1 misfortune to be locked up tor
the night. Is theie any authority
of law lor this method ot punish
ment? If a man commits a lucacli
of the peace, or any other petty
offence which justifies his being ar
rested and locked up, have this
police the right to llood him with
cold water while lie is in their charge,
and then let him shiver for hours in
his wet clothes, until he has con
tracted siekne-s which may terminate
life? It is an outrage on erring
humanity. All persons subjected
to siicli treatment have a claim for
damages w Inch justice cannot ignore.
"Heteiodoxy is anything and ev
erything which does not accord with
our notions of orthodoxy." This de
lines the position of each and ('very
branch of the chinch. "If you don't
accept our interpretation of biblical
teaching you are wrong ami tuincd."
Political parties are supposed to be
more liberal. Judging from Hono
lulu experience the supposition is u
delusion, llete we (lnd a faction
represented by tlie morning paper,
laboring strenuously and with great
pertinacity to convince the commu
nity that the orthodox political
faith is the faith of that faction, and
all who do not believe are enemies
of the country, compassing its ruin.
Tire majority of the community
seem to "catch on" very slowly.
Thev are heretics.
PARTIES OR FACTIONS.
EruroK Hi i.i.t.rr.N : In the Adver
tiser of yesterday morniug, in the
correspondence column, there ap
peals a letter, headed "Parties in
Hawaii irei," which, as an exhibition
of either ciass ignorance or wilful
misunderstanding, is one of the
most barefaced elfusions that lias
yet appeared in that paper. Iu the
first place "Citizen" iu his premises
states that the assertion of the Edi
torof the Hri.txriN that "We have no
real parties" proves his (the edi
tor's) "gross igntrancc of Hawaiian
political history ;" and then in tho
paragraph immediately next follow
ing admits the truth of the Rrr.r.r.
hn's statement in almost the identi
cal terms used iu that paper.
The article in the IU'i.i.ktis sets
forth that "political parties in
tht full sense of the term as under
stood 'in the United States, some
Kuiopean countries, and most lit t-
tibh constitutional colonics, do not,
at present, exist in this little King
dom." "Citizen," in the. second
paragraph of his communication,
says, "It is true that regularly or
ganised parties, liko those of the
United States anil England, cannot
llourish under personal govern
ment;" by which, presumably, he
means government on the same lines
as thosu of Hawaii nci. That state
ment can be translated into nothing
less than a coincidence with the
statement iu the Hri.r.r.iis.
"Citizen" then endeavors to show
that for lhe past 00 years two dis
tinct patties have exised in the
Hawaiian kingdom as exemplified
by the Government and its opposi
tion, utterly ignoring the fact that
when the positions were reversed
ami the former opposition became
the party In power, they were aclutv
ted by exactly the bame principles
as their predecessors in ollce were,
and endeavored to cairy out a simi
lar policy, though peihaps ou blighN
ly different lines.
Using the cant term "He-action-ary"
as a handle to his bioom,
"Citien" makes a clean sweep ot
all the different factions which have
held orllce sinco the reign of Kame
liameha V., heaps them together,
ami implied that they have always
opposed by his faction, which lie
HONOLULU, 13. J., .LN(VKV
arrogates to himself the right to
call the "Liberal party. 'lhe term
"Liberal" as applied' to politics is
generally understood to mean Pin
gtevdvr'." In what way, I would
ask, has the Reform faction proved
itself to favor profession more than
has that faction at present yclept
That the principles of both these
factions are identical is proved by
the whining complaint of the Re
formers, that the Nationals stoic
their platform ; while the National i
tacitly admit tho soft itupeaetimjnt!
and if their fundamental principles
are the same, the parly must be one
and the same. Hccause the latter
faction lias on its ticket names of
men wlio have been opposed to the
present administration in bygone
years, 1 maintain Hint is no reason
wht it should not favor anil enact
law's for the progressive welfare of
this kingdom as freely, in tin' future,
as has been done, by iU opponents,
in the past.
Hut all this is apart from thu
question. 1 lime been led into a
"factional" diatribe by "Citizen's"
divergence from Hie point at issue.
The question is "parlies," and the
editor of the lbi.i.n rs simply states
that in Hawaii nci we have no real
ones "based upon a common beliel
in, and united for the common sup
port of, fundamental principles, ot
state polity. He docs not say we
never did have sin-h parties, but
that they do not now exist: and
neither do they. A man may seek
election, as a legislator, either on
the Refoi in or National ticket, bill
so lonjr n.-, the professed principles
of thee two opposing elements sue
the Mime, he belong-, not to a dill'ei
ent, di-tiricl paity. bet ineuly to an
(idvei-e faction of one and tti -aiiie
1 will not du-cend into pcisonnli-
tie-, us "Citizen" iloes, as 1 (to not
need that to strengthen my argu
ments, nor would it do so it I did ;
bill I will say it "Citizen" imagines
he has proved the "gross ignorance"
of the editor of the lb r.i.K.rrx, in
ins letU'i- to the Advertiser, lie iu
grossly mistaken. He has first en
dorsed the opinion of the lk'LLi.rrs
and then merged his statements into
matter entirely foreign to the point
iir question. A statement that ".the
misguided (?) editor of the IR't.u:
us" and his friends will be unable
to control cither one or other of the
factions at preseirt striving for elec
tion to tho Legislature of this conn
tiy does not go to prove that we
have real paities here ot present,
any more than does "Citizen's"
political retrospection to the time of
Ivamphameha V., or his attempt to
cast a slur upon the Hui.i.r.Tix by
calling it "vould-be respectable."
Honolulu, Jan. 2ti.
WORKIND FOR AN OFFICE.
KditohUui.iktin: There is quilp
a latlle itoing on, for. the Police
Judgeship of JCohala. A petition go
the rounds amongst friends and re
latives of the presenting. Deputy
Judge, begs for his promotion to
that ofllcc, in thu event of the pre
sent incumbent's removal. This
seems to be a bit too forward. The
majority opinion i-., that the present
incumbent ha tull'illcd his duties
beyond the most sanguine expecta
tions of the public. It is conceded
on all sides that ids decisions, in the
main, have been satisfactory besides
purely honest and wholly impartial.
We hope that those iu power will not
entertain, for a moment, the icraov
ul of one who, after patient diligence
and careful, study, has made him
self proficient in the performance of
his duties ; or be misguided by thu
petty intrigues of would-be olllce
lioltlers. So much disgust is fell
everywhere over this selfish move
amongst others also of the Ooveiu
ment party here, agairi3t one of
their wn biethren, that there, has
been an ctfort lo implicate an Inde
pendent iu tho game, but the trick
lm not succeeded. Kpn'rim.
Coiiiiselii-, elvei the law unit the uilliu
rilit? in writing. Mil '.vol i a u question
nf law ami Licit, Rulunlltcil in lilm, mut
indicate the pror-cr c.oar'e Oflloe:
Oortiut Kimr and Bethel itrtc't, Horn
lulu. '! 1w
VTi'OUOUOH CoihI Cook.-wnaes
$10 pet wick. App.v st lids
offlr.1. Mi Bt
SICK Coli-i'ie in ROftd
1 calllVi turm bwl o.-
unfiirultlied Addie-s "W,"
I Ids ntllce.
Adlltb or Yiiimu Woiamr to do
) niiQuwirk und lake eaie ol tn
yoiini! tiilliliun. Oeraiiin preferred.
Appl) "Ife!) Fori Si nit" -101 fit
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AHITL'ATION us Hiniiit ("etk or
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Has expi'ilmiuo and eau fnrnlbli rinod
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woviu (.ainintllehu Daiitucliu hleiduiitli
lifliiudllt'lui elnculndiii wenlen. I in
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Jmjjjr jg FINE BALTIMO&E
HPiff OWD A TO' n A r5Q?
feessft--- .blKAW riiilb $
BBpM-w . ' Just Received !
Sole Proprietors of
Ginger Ale, Hop Ala,
t&r All eoninmnicHtlons
Auction Sales by Jamss P. Morgan.
On TCKSDAV, .am 2S(li,
r to O'clock .1. n .
At Iheiuildfucoiif IT. UOItM.YX. No
f.) Kiit-Uliiu -Ii. 1 1, I will tell i.t I'ulili.
Atii'tlim Tho Eniirc Houseli'd Fiirnilure
il! injti Nliiij
Hlnek Widiltll ( luitrs.
S irl.tr Itui'Kci-.
1 UlcgaM Mack. Wa'r.ut
Bedroom Set,Teuossee Marbletop
Wtie .t prhijr MalU-iMcs,
Kei'hiM I'llluWfc, Miuipi'lo N'ut,
1 Gypsy Quuou Stove & Utwils,
Pin- l!i.k".!iiSet. Cldlil's ',ii
Kie , I ie , p I',ie , i:i!
,TAK. V. MOHOAN,
m.'m ) mt w i no. tx j-wjx.m:.eia n
r"MIi: HawHllan Hitlc A.-t itiioti'i
1 llit)j;e. Kirn? slrei t, ilo ul frmir
thlsibttii All n-rtoas un- her-'iy tor.
Iilililo'i to mi ibt'.ovor nl.Mc Ituit'u
itiilll iiiilhei iiDib't- l) niili-r.
I'rmideiit li II. A.
Ifotiohih', .I,iii 'II, 1S1.0 41)1 lw
cinina yaiisnc. Mitvkol
JOril' 0 eeil hi "ArniBtto:ig'.i Uloclt,"
nr:u ICina Slteet Urldge. Ki.rntle
flush ilnlhT-lliml Clieuat-, 1 lariktmtcr,
ltolo,init, rryliif, Liver, Hinnkeil anil
t lier Saiiciiijfi.
460 tf I'lOpilelof.
HOO.M Ci)ttne sit K-ii.i-lauu,
near l.llih.i sli.-et
titnllnii of Tiainw.iys Co- Cot-
leeetiriv niiiiiteii ami impeii-u
ilnniiuliuiit. Hear ininleiate. Aw-ly
Or rod r Hinwir, linvernniuiit burvey
Otllee. I.v.t Us
Uoal EHluto For Sale.
rp'0 JImiriM und l.il uj
1 Hnliellu bmif, Pahnni.
Ctuivenltnt lo stcittn unit tiiiin
enrri. Very healthy lneiilltv Lot "i
KltiK street, nenr IliiiiiunkuV Ltiiif For
imrtlriihni npply in
.1011 N K. IIOWI.KH.
Oi CIini. T. (Iiiliek. -1110 :lm
1pl.JlMrjtf - .:tft.vyJ3JClv WhMWMmin-
ImQI b ESI
oir new vonK
ttinl orders should ho nddrofw
L E EVE O U A D E,
-and- Pi 111 - S'flUA
ilreiaoiio. RasDiimilf!. nnlla. lum
BENSON, SMITH & CO.,
LEADING MILLINERY HOUSE
ECkkr & axrmt
Alofiici'Jiy Ilo'lc. 7s' o. 77 l-'orl Mt.-t.
iHmnl, Eiiilisli and Mm Dry ai Fancy Goeils,
CHILDFIEN'S CLOTHING, FURNISHING GOODS, ETC.
VVU, IdNK OK HOldDAV GOODS
M (ilo?as, Biamoiiil Dye Black Hose isi Ribbed k Plain.
JAMES NOTT, Jr.,
TINSMITH and I'LUMIiKK,
(oinumt Killer Antl AUkcit stiei'in,
V;orkiiop..Mut 261 -Resldonco--Mut 230
tar-KiUmri'e firminlu-it on all clns'PR
ot plurabiug tui.l linsniiihliij; vnk
First cl.iai workiunubhl,) nrd innttrial
Kiinrntitud In all I lie almvu handles
nt my liuslne.,s at lciFonahle iuIih.
O broken niul tounil
in nil rewctp.
V. 0. I'KACOOK.
SHOWS. 7 mimlhsold;
5 Yninijt 1'i),", 1
month old. I'rieu ifiJO
enrh tor the llrtt Int. !)
for i'y ul 2 month M. Apply at imee.
l'.O. Ilux No. aw.
in: a i) iii Km
Hteuiri. Apply to
Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
& IRON WATER,
- d to
A Fair will he given by the Catholic
Ladled Benevolent Society ou
Thursday, January 30, 1890,
A.IMlrr4Mlo?s'. : '1,1 C'uiiIh
ADIYIDKN'pnf Three (:() I)oluu
per share will bu paid to the
s-hari'holdeiMit the Inter-Island Steam
N'alfjaliou Co, on Tlll'ltSDAY, lhe
'Jlliil InM., at tlielr tilllen ou Queen
tieel. ,1. K.N'A,
Secretary I. I. S, N. Co.
Honolulu, .Ian. L'i 1SJ11. I.v.t :it
NEW ZEAIiANI) MULLET
,7'1V usu canned minion when New
It .inland Mullet, piononnecd tiy
ctinnnbs'juiH lo bo vanity suptrlor, Ii
diiHinublt,v Wholes'ilo it'ijetitB ttru
.1. K. HHOHN A CO.,
4f7 tw Merchiiat utieet.
AOOOO I'limiiro at Walkikl, for n
liinlleil iiiiiuliei ol horsud, ul u-a.