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DAILY BULLETIN: HONOLULU, II. L, .TANUAltY M ISOt.
1st District, 2nd Precinct 1
Registration of Voters !
Notice is'heieh) given Hint u meet
ing will l held in the 2nd Pieeinet,
1st District, Honolulu, nt the Public
School House on Ueietr.nia street,
between lVnncola anil l'iikoi stieet?,
tin TITKSDAY, 28th InsL, from o to
T-'.'.O v. M., ami on FP.IDAY. :ilt
hut., from i!:::0lo."i::i0 v. M.
A list of peions rcgistcied and en
titled In vole will be postal nt the
above jil nee on Tlnn-diiy, !!0ih insi,,
ami l-'iiday, :ilst inst.
All voteis in thiJ Pieeinet me ie
(liicsteil to see t lint then mime :ire
on the list.
UAKDNF.l! K. WILDLI!.
J. ALFlM:i) .MAOOO.N.
InspecloiH nf Flection 2nd l'ie
einct. l"'l td
M District, 2nd Precinct !
I lOlloltl 111.
Registration of Votes !
The l'o.ud of Iu-peetoi'Oi illee
timi fur tlie 2nd 1'ieeinel, 2nd Dis
niet, Honolulu, will meet fur !!enii-li-riiiK
Voter- mid ciuieeiinj; t h
1'fKii.tci , at the Polling Place fur
.i'id Piceincl (Hon. VV. II. Jtice'.s
lt.un. School .-tieet), mi FIMDAY,
.Ian. 17th, fiom 7 to ! i M.. on SAT
URDAY. Jan. lSth, fimn .'! to f,
V. M.; at Kngiuu Co. No. I, mi MON
DAY and TUESDAY, .Ian. 2(llh ami
21it, from 7 to !) each evenine..
Meetings will he held at ahoe
places on same days of the weeks
and at -nine hotu until Juilbei
fjtT N'uteis will please In in; then
Tax lleecipls with them.
l.'il tt Cluiitiimu.
5Ili District, 2nfl Precinct !
tlO.NOM'M, OA1H .
Registration of Voters !
The Innpectoi-) of Kleetion lur the
2nd Piecinct of Ditiiet ."i, Hounhilu,
Oahu, will meet in said Piecinct nt
the Itcfniniatoiy School foi the pui
hi of Itejiiateiini; Votcis foi Noble
and Kepi tentative, and cm reefing
the Legi-tci, on SATI'UDAY, Jan.
li.'ith, fiom I lo 7 i-. m., on WEDNES
DAY, Jan. 20ili. fimn A to 7 i v.,
iinilou FIMDAY. Jan. HIM, fiom 2
to 8 p. .M. Notice of fmthi'i meet
ing will be j;ivon at the above
jjfll'le.-w hring yont T.i He
ceipi. jCThc 2nd Pieeinet oi the .ilh
Distiiet, oompiio. nil llint pmtion
of the District tunl.ni uf ICing Micet
and weM of Hie mnil up K'.ililu
Valley. W. I.. WILCON,
( liaiiiiian ol Inspeeloi-of Kh-ctimi
2nd Piecinct, ,'itb DiMiiel, I In
iiuliilii.O.ibn. MS If
Otli District, 1st Precinct!
1 louoliilu, : Im.
Re giitration if Volet !
The Inspector of l.leetimi fui (be
1'nst 1'ieeiiict of Di-liict Khc will
meet in said Piecinct al the liel'tnm
nloiy School for Noble?, and Hepie
tentative ami collecting; the Kegi
tei, on .MONDAY, Jan. 27th, fiom
7 to .) e. m FIMDAY, Jan. .'ilt.,
1 1 oni 7 to 'J i'. m.
Notice of any fiiithei im-eline. will
be (iiven at I he abue ineetiii;.
The Kirst Piecinct of the Pifth
District comprises all thai poitiouof
paid District lvinir KaM. of the main
toad up Kalihi Valley and manka uf
All soteis when .leyihteiinf? aid
respectfully icqtiesfed to brim; their
t.')2 If Oliaiiiiiaii.
3rl District, 1st Precinct!
Registration cf Voters,
Nulieo in heicby iven that a meet
iiiK will he held in the Nt Piceincl,
Unt District, Honolulu, at the Hono
lulu Kille.s Aimoiy, lleietnnia stieet,
on MONDAY, Jan. lUth, between the
boms of 7 and U r. m., on WEDNES
DAY, Jan, 1,'ith, same houis, and on
FRIDAY, Jan. 17th, and SATl'K
DAY AKTKP.NOON, fiom I In tt, fm
ihe purpose of IteKisieiitiK Voters and
(Directing the RcgiMcr. These nieet-nij-is
will be continued fiom wee), to
week at the same place on the same
days- and. bonis .mh above.
'117 If ('htiiiiiuin.
411i District 1st Precinct !
'l'hi! lonpettoi "f thin Pieeinet
will fit nt China Kngine Hoiim', on
TUESDAY. Jnn. !2Sth, fiom 7 toil
1-. M., F1M1UY, .Tan. IlM. fiom 0 to
ii i M.
.M. D. MOVSA1MSAT.
Jrtn ."it (Minirmnn.
2ift District, 1st PnclHCt !
Registration cf Voters !
The liifpcctni of Flection fin the
2nd District. lM Precinct, Honolulu,
will meet at Stoic, em in i of Niinnnii
and L'imon Mieet, im the impose of
Hfyinli! iiJK Voter and cm reeling
the KcuNler. mi SATl'KDA Y, .f.in.
2.Uh. fiom 2 l. (1 c. vt.. MONDAY,
.Ian. 27th, fiom :i to l! i m.. W'KD
NF.SDAY, .Ian. ii'.lth, 'mm 7 to 0
c. m. and on KIM DAY. .Ian. :IU,
fiom 2 to ii i'. M.
ALFKF.D V CAUTKlt.
riininmin of Inspector. of l'.leetimi
1st I'rounet. 2ml DiMrirl.
Notice to Electors
1st District, 1st Precinct !
A I .is l uf Yutcl lui .Nulile- and
ltepiOiMllillie leiP bun poteil at
Ihe Polling jil.iee nt tbi- Piceincl,
the (Sou'iiimciit Niiiii, on IC ill ji
stieet. Votei- can ali-i'v theinielve
by in.'peelni'; -aid lit that theii
iiitnics :ue piopeilv entered. For
the pin pnc ! makinix any eorrcc-tion-.
and fm any additional names
to be added, meeting will be held at
the Coveiiimeiit Nilleiy, Kinj;
sticet.on WKDNESDAY, Jan. 2!th,
fioml to 8 cm., TIIUltSDAY, Jan.
:i()th, fiom -1 to h v. m., KIM DAY.
Jan. IllM. I mm ! to 8 c. m,
i:. (!. SC1I I'M AN,
('haiiinan oi ln--'(clms Nt Pie
cinct, Nt Di-liiet. Hil td
v ix :
P!ctli?d lo urtthrr Sect nor Party,
Hut rstablit'ied for tir benefit of nil.
TUESDAY, JAN. 28, 1S90.
A native Hawaiian who was read
ing the "Times" iu a tiamcar last
evening, was heaid to iciiiaik:
"Tliee people who have been pio
lesting against creating lace pieju
dice, are now exciting prejudice be
tween foreign nationalities residing
A native Hawaiian, between the
agesol fort and fifty, presented liiin--clf
foricgiMiatiou, recently, in one
of the Honolulu districts, and failed
in hi object on account of being una
ble to read oi write. The case is not
worthy because ol iN rarity. The
writer ha-, never et met a native
Hawaiian who could not rend and
write his own hinuitaae.
To make the prosperity of the
country "as enduring and s-afc as
can be," by the peipciualioii of the
Reciprocity Treaty. N the wish of
all men who icalie how much their
own prosperity depends upon that
treaty: but those who crave for it
at the expense of the country's in
dependence are not patriot they
are tiaitor, and nothing les. The
piojected or suggested treaty, of
which a drali appeared in the public
prints two or tlnee months ago,
struck diieclly at our national inde
pendence. To .say that that docu
ment wa- simply a fabrication is
simply a lie.
The lakawan conespondeul of
the Advetliscr, referring to the Na
tional Itelorui meeting at Wailuktt,
ays:" "The Kvi.mm. Ilri.uuix'
candidate forXdilewas theie from
Honolulu and had to talk to empty
benches." This is wholly untitle.
There were no empty benches. All
the seats in the house, including the
benche running along the walN,
were tilled with people, and not a
few were standing all the evening.
The candidate had no reason to be
"disgusted with his reception,"
which the correspondent says "he
must hae been." Ho was only in
terrupted iu a' hostile way once, and
that iu his llrst sentence, for all the
rest halng almost the entire attdi
enci' with him enthusiastically. Ac
counts aie that the candidates on
the other ticket, with theii eager
helpers fiom Honolulu, did not meet
with anything like Mich unanimity
of approval at their iiiecliiig Satur
day night Ial.
The Supreme Court has decided
thai the six hundred dollar annual
income to qualify a man to vole for
Nobles must he wholly in cash, and
no pail thereof In hoard and resi
dence oi anything else" that may
have been accepted by the recipient
as the equivalent ol cash. This in
shown to no the letter of Hie law,
and aiued In be its intent also;
but it is a hardship nevertheless.
The "Dally Time" claims lo
hacavivid remembrance of times
befoie the treaty and times after,
and of the time when news of its ac
eeptancc by tfic Tinted States reach
ed here "when the steamer was
signalled off the Head," etc. "and
when the Moaiuer rounded Diamond
Head decked with buntin;,',"ctc. The
trouble with our neighbor's memory
is that it is rather ton comprehen
siveembraces what -never oc
curred. No hunting-decked "steam
er" brought the news to anxious
writers. The hearer of Ihe gl.iil ti
dings was the Mary l.ellc Roberts,
a plain sailing craft, afterwaids the
KalaKaua. She was decked with
hunting to bp sure, and off Diamond
Head blazed away powder to the
alarm ol Honolulu.
THE PROPERTY QUALIFICATION.
The l.'eforin Parly, according to
it evening oigan, Is opposed to any
uiodilieatioii of the constitutional
propetty iunliticatiou of voters for
Our iews iu favor ol a propeily
ipialilicalion hae been cxpiecd
nioi e than once. We believe iu
such a (pialilieatiou. Put a uiodili
eatioii of the preenl arrangement
we decidedly favor, because the law
a it now stands manifestly misses
the ti n- intent of a property ipialili
cation. The intent in other countries, and
we assume it to be the same here, is
to give gi eater power to the man
who has a tangible interest in the
country than tnthe man who lacks it.
That intent is certainly not subserv
ed by our constitutional provision.
To illustiate: a man living in a
country district is the owner of a
small tract of land, on which he
lives and which he cultivates. He
keeps a cow or two, sonic pig,
chickens, a horse, etc. His cntiic
property doe not amount to the
taxable or maiket value of $;,()00.
And yet he has a real interest in the
country, is settled in it for life, and
brings up a family respectably on
his property. Most of their neces
sary supplies come from the land ;
but that, according to the Supreme
Couit, counts nothing in the man's
income. He sells produce to pro
cure clothing and such necessaries
of life as he cannot raise by hi own
labor; but he docs not sell to the
amount of SCOO per annum.
This man is a propeily owner, a
householder, the father of a family
born on the soil, is allied to the
country by his real interest Iu it,
and consequently is to be relied up
on as a true subject or citizen ; and
yet li ha no vote for Nobles. The
case is no imaginary one. Theie
aie hundreds nf men iu this country,
even on this island, in the position
Now come lo the city, where you
liud scores ot employees at lilty dol
bus a mouth and upwards, who live
iu lodgings, own no real estate, are
not householders, have no families,
do not care two straws whether the
country sinks or swims, as they have
no tangible interest iu it, and are
ready to put on their hats and "skin
out" at any moment; and yet they
haveawitc for Nobles, while the
other man, who by right and reason
ha a better claim, is excluded.
Another point to be noted i Un
taxes paid to the government. The
disfranchised land owner and set
tler disfranchised so far as the
otc for Nobles is concerned con
tributes uioie to the public treasury
than the other man who is given the
privilege of voting for the two
classes of members. The latter
simply pays bis five dollars personal
tax, while the propeily owner pays,
iu addition to a similar sum, a tax
on his real estate. The man paying
the smaller amount is given the
Do just and thoughtful men de
sire to sec this anomaly perpetu
al ud? The boast of its new organ
that the IJeform Party contends for
the (tutu iuo in this regard is not
to the credit of the paily, and is
not calculated to gain the suppnit ot
thinking men. We contend for a
propeily ipialificaliou, but for a
modification that will so a I lor the
ptesent provision as to confoini to
the principle that the man really
allied to the country, whether native
born or naturalised, N the proper
man to hac the chief sav iu the
manajjeinejit of its public affairs.
K.ni run Itt'i.t.r.TiN : The Govern
ment themselves are getting anxious
over the registration question and
the well apparent indill'ercnce of the,
electors about taking the trouble of
registering their names, according
to the Minister's caprice, The rea
sons of this indifference, may be nu
merous, but the. principal ones are
certainly the wearisome fonnajilies,
dallying and binding ol many of
the inspectors, and the inconveni
ent hours'of the day and ii regular
dates appointed for registration in
the several districts. I know many
electors who did give themselves the
trouble of going several times to
the registering places, and after
waiting patiently for their-turn to
come, and seeing that !10 minutes
were often spent for accepting one
name, left in disgust and do not in
tend to return. 'Ihe registration
ought to have begun if it was ic
ally necessary instead of using the
old (Iraiid licgister at least one
month previous, and more days with
better hours should have been ap
pointed for the registration. In one
word, the Government ought lo have
looked for the accommodation of the
people and not for the convenience
ol the inspectors.
Another proof of the blunder
committed by the Government i
shown by the rejjisliatioii ot Por
tuguese.' In the thud ward alone
there ought to be, accoidingtn Mo
uld ii-gistration list, nt least 2IH)
Portuguese. Up to date about Ho
have leyistcied. Tin- principal rea
son ol this from what I have gath
ered trom eeial would-be voter--is
the choice of the candidates. The
Government thought it a wry sinait
deal to oppose Mi. Gonahe to
Mr. Maiqiics, but the n-sult is the
iono. for the Portuguese, digut
el at lriing to cliooc between two
men I hey equally low and respect,
pit fei abstaining limn soling alto
gether. The rcMilt ol all. this will
be that the elections may not he Un
true epresiou ot the people's will.
POI AND POI COCKTAILS.
"Wha. is poi, and what is a pni
cocktail V" are questions which many
persons, who never quite understood
what poi was, have been asking late
ly iu view of the fact about UK) Ha
waiiaus, now here to spend the win
ter, ate sending over tor a supply ol
poi. They like it o well that hoy
can't get along without it. J. V.
Colburn, who returned to Honolulu
last week, carried back a number
of ordei.s for it.
Poi is the ground or powdered
root of the taro, a curious wild veg
etable, looking much like a rutaba
ga, being of about the same size and
of a white or slightly yellow color.
It is ground by a rude pestle orstmie,
in a morfar hollowed out ot a large
stone, and when woiked to the con
sistency of llnur is mixed with a lil
tle milk and left over night to sour.
Next morning more milk is added
to il and it is eaten at breakfast, or
whenever the Hawaiians chooe.
It is relished exceedingly and tastes
something like thick luiilcrimlk.
A poi cocktail is one of the luxur
ies of life at Kakikaua's capital. A
couple of tcaspooiifuls of the aheadv
iiiilk-dampened poi aie put inlo the
glass, ami an ounce of new mill; add
ed. Then a couple of tablcpoontuls
of whisky, nunc or less, as is de
sired, are poured on top, with such
llavoring as may be wished, and the
whole mass stirred up. When drunk
this cocktail is said to get to ihe
Thru; has been stich a demand iu
Hawaii lately for poi, owing to the
acquired lastes of white residents,
that numerous Chinese have gone
inlo the business of raising tain.
Wet, inaishy laud is selected, and n
tarm often is as huge as six acres,
Iroin which the owner will often
make a couple of tlioiiwand dollars a
year. Snn Francisco Kxaniinei.
STOLEN or STRAYED
lloi.se of medium sre,
with iifindf-rcripi lirnnn
n riplit thlfjli, in fccine
piutR le-c-iiili'iiij; ' II. ' Shows harness
minks A siiitiible rewnril will lie piiiil
lor hi ictiiin or Information which
will k-:ul to hl-i lecnvcrv.
tilltf II S. TOWN'.sl'.ND.
T the nimii.il meeting of ihe ICnpio
. hint I'aik Association held thi
JSth ihiy of .liuuiniy, 1800, the follnwhu;
gentlemen were elected to seive n u
Mould of Dheeloi-sforllie ensuing yeai s
,1. Campbell. I',. S. Cmilia,
W. (i. Irwin, A. S. Oghorn,
W. M. (lifliml, Tom Mnv.
(Veil Ilrown. T. U Walker,
II. .Maeiurlniie. II. .1. Nolle,
T .-. Diiinrhis.
liil lw Secn-Ii.
Dr. .H. 15. (JHOSSAIAN,
lU'tium-il en the Aiistudhi nml 1ms re.
eiuni-tl piueticu at bin loimi-.i oll'.r,-. OS.
Ilo'cl street. 4IHUI
A I'lNF. folt (male).
' linpilie al llri -I
i:.:t l lit
, US. OSllOKNi: I now mcpaiid tn
iYl jjlve Inaiiilctioiis in Fancy ork
nt "I'lic Arlington," Ifuom tl. (hiss
l.eMiiis; AIoiiiIiuh, Weiliii'silnys mnl
Kiiiluj. Private loicoim by special
aiiniii'i'iiii'iil. Siiiinniiiir ami outers
J pioiujitly iitUiiiled to. 1 0 tl
Is issuing a new form of insurance which provides, in (he event of death, for a return of nil premiums paid in ad
ilitiim lo the amount of the policy, or, should, the insured survive n given number of yesn, Ihe Company will
ictiiin all the pieininms paid wilh'inlercst; or,'iiilte.id of aecepling the policy and protils in cash the b-ernl holder
mny, WiTIIOUTMKDIGAI.KNAMINATIONand WITHOUT KUKTIIKIt PAYMKNTOK I'UUMIUMS, lake iu
lieii thereof Ihe amount of policy and piolils iu KUl.l.Y PAID UP insurance, participating annually iu dividends.
Remember, this contract is issued by the oldest Life Insurance Company iu Ihe United Slates, and Ihe Lar
gest rimiiieinl Institution In the World, Its tiscti exceeding One Hundred anil Tweuly-Sk Millions of Dollars.
Sy For full particulars call on or
pf FIHE BALTIMORE'
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FAhllT! : LE
BB ii r S mm
Sole Proprietors of BAILEY'S SARSAPAMLLA & IRON WATER,
Giipr Ale. Hon Ale, (rciisiiliiiG, iMrrdi, Sarsajarilla, Mineral Waters, Elc.
Joy- All conmtnuU'iilion.s and urdots Hliouid lid itddrossi-d (o .
BENSON, SMITH & CO.,
I llHVC H-Clivcil illstlla-liiJtl f,;l!l 1I
Uiuilii- ti) sell al Piililii- Am lim ii.ii nc
iniiiit n ifimiviil; it his it l 'i-i i- , line,
oirrruanvY. i-vii- nit.
Al 10 ii'eliii I, a. in, the whole ol hi'
Hoiim-IiiiIiI l-'ii-uitiiie, tO'ihinllun i I' I ,
hnl.,t(-iei Pill,. i Fiiiiiiitin , VVn-Ui-t
(.'linns. Imiiii-ji-s, .I.iiisi- Aviiiuis'i-r C t . ,
Minhlt-lop (V-ni-r Tiilih , (Jil P.unliii
&, Kiu;iiviii!H, l.itfre Mirror, ('in mi
.V CiruU-e ll-iiiilioiiii It. VV .Si.h-li i.itil,
Kill! i Ii (111, Diuintr 'I'nhh', Cliiimhlii-i,
I Stcinway U Son' Co'.Ugo HIANOfOlirC.
II. V ( luirw, I,-iiiih, f'ltel,. Iliiiln'h
Tr.iv, (HI tJhith. Ktc. I M,irhh-ii;i Ii W
Heilifumi Sets !l Mnil'e'0, II VV VVin.l
lobes, llilr .t Sp-inv' M itu i-t-e-t, M s
illiitn Nets, Ch'iiiilii-i .SH-. M. VV. CliL-ll'o.
nier, I!. VV. Heciel.i-v, !'. VV Moot. IW,
I Itevolviii-c Ii itik C.i-e, Deeor.itt-d Din.
ner Sti, Di-coi iletl Mie.ilt;i-t sv-, Itclri
KUiatoi, Kitclnn L'leiifiN, Me it Site,
Jioekeiy it (iibwitic, i:-e., lite. The
lioii-e. will he open foi iiijpccthm on
Moml-iy, Fell :!nl, limn 10 t,i Vi o'clock
LEWIS .1. LEVEV,
4'il IU Alirtionci-r
Dll.WVIN'fi anil Palnlhif; In oils
tin I water coIom, Minnichroiiie
Clinton, Ktc , nu Tiics.hiv nml ("r'nlnyt,
nlli-riiiMin, ami S.iiurilays iiioiiiIhk nml
II. MAItNM'IKI.D, Ani.l,
lui-eUelh' Hhek, f-'oit slit-i-i.
Nlt'K Cotl'ige iu KC"d
I'CnlilV, fllllli'lieil in
lllHlirlllrlied. Aililics W,"
r JtOO.M Cone,e nt Kipn
i) Inmn, near l.iliha stieet
IJslatlon ol Tiauiwny Co- t'ot-
taue icceiiily palniiil nml pnpeicd
lliiouehollt. Kent moileinte, Applv
lo A..I.OAHTWKI(illT. "
Or to.I.IMIiowu, (nveiiiiueiii Siuvuy
ltotil" Kslulf Eur Sale.
MfcdkrPWO House . mill I.olb mi
?S 1. Ilohelln l.nne, Piilimm
liSff'Vr Couvi-iilt-nl lo .sicmii nml tiiiiu
e.iin. 'ery lienlthy loi-nlliy. Lot on
K ItiK stieel.neur lluiiiiiiil.ii' Line For
piwtlcnlitrs iinnly to
JOHN F. MOWLI.Il.
Orl'hns.T. (Iiiliel.. HJllJliii
oi'"1 ivisw roxsis:
f A NTI TACTUltlflRS
iifirMiwi "-huh-" ri uiei " ainm
a wiiHBfliiii irtiita
LEADING MILLINERY HOUSE
iiit-l lleen.N- ItlocU, No. 7"? I'""i-t Hli'-I
Freacli, Eenlisli aiA American Dry ni Fancy Goods,
CHILDREN'S CLOTHING, FURNISHING GOODS, CTC. .
Fl'l.l. LINK OF HOLIDAY (iOODS
Kid Gloves, Diamond Dye Black Hose in Bibbed k Plain.
JAMES NOTT, Jr.,
TINSMITH and PLUMKER,
( iimici ol Klttj.; nml A I n ken si i eels,
Honolulu, II. I.
Worktliop.-Mut 261 Rc$Idcncc--Mul 230
BSS" Ksllnmlei furnished on all ehisses
ol plutiihiii nml tiiisn:lihliij,r wo k
First cln1)-) w-orKiniinship nml iiinteihil
Kiiaiaiitieil in nil the nhou- liAiiehes
nl my lniiiies nt reasonulile mli-f.
SADDLK Horn-, well
broken ami toiiml
, O. I'KACOC'K.
Q HOWS, 7 liinnthsohl;
.O ,ri Yoiiuj; Pig.", 1
inonili old. Price 2(l
rassi23. ench Im the llii lot. H
for f-'i at ' luonllis old Apply nt onee.
W. 1 1. M'h'AL.
P. ()'. Ilnv No.tni).
l,"ll?T-V II LAD of Ful
V SiceiR. Apply m
Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
A Fair will lie given hy the Catholic
Iidlc.' IJeiievolent .Society on
Thursday, January 30, 1890,
AUMtHHION, . i.unlH
A DIVIDEND of Tluee (S'.l) Dollnih
per shnre will he paid lo Ihe
shnrchiihleisol the liiler-lslnnd Slenin
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