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'oticu to Corporations.
It; conformity with Section 1U1
of the Civil Code, nil Corpoiatiom
uro horcbv reonested to make full
utul accurate exhibit? of their anuirs
to the Interior Department on or bo
fore the 31st ilny of July, the same
being for the year ending July 1,
Blanks for this purpose will be fur
uhhed upon application nt the Iu
r. N SPENTFR,
.Minister of the Interiot.
Interim Dopaitment, June 20, '1)0.
Will he received :it tlie Interior Oflico
until WEDNESDAY, June 'Jo, 1800,
nt 12 o'clock noon, for furnishing
j-ay 12,000 feet nioro or low $ Inch
Water Pipe, Kiy 'J.00O 11.-,. more or
Sundry fittings for the above.
SpoeilioutioiiM fur tlw above mate
rial and all detail of information
can he obtained upon application
to the office of the Superintendent
of Honolulu Water Works'.
The .Minister of Interior doott not
hind himself to accept the lowest or
any hid. C. N. SPENCEIt,
Miuifrlet of the Intoiior.
Inteiioi Otlieo. June 19, lS'JO.
In accordance with See. I. ot Chap
U'i XXVII. of the Law of 1S8C.
All persona holding water privileges
or thoue paying water rates, are here
by notified that the w.itir rates for
the term ending Deeembei 31, 1S00,
will bo ilue and paynbh- at the oliice
ot the Honolulu Watciwork;, on the
fin day of July, IS',10.
All such rates icmaining unpaid
for fifteen dayi after they are due,
will be Mibjcet to an additional 10
Parties paying rate.- will .plenvn
bring theii lai-t receipt.
Jtate.s aie payable at the office of
the Waterworks- in the JCapuaiwa
Tho statute allowing no dihC.-elion,
trict enforcement of this clause will
OllAS. 15. WILSON,
Pupt. J Ion. Waterworke.
Honolulu, June 1.", 1S90.
Election PMlaalli !
In uro.ti dance with the Election
Law of the Kingdom, notice is here
by gien that a l-'perinl Election for
Noble for the unc.ph:d term of six
yens Viill be. held on Hid J.d.md of
Onhu, between tho hours of 8 o'clock
a. in. and ." o'clock p. m., on WED
NESDAY, the OlU day of July, 1800,
to fill ibo ac.ncy enticed by the re
sigmitiou of HN Ko:!leno.y lion.
John A. 'imnr.iiv.
Tho Election Ditiict-, Voting Pre
cincts, Pulling Pl.tpf and Inspectors
of Election are a follows:
lsr DISTRICT, HONOLULU.
That poition of Honolulu lyitii;
Southeast of a lino drawn from the
summit of the Konahiianui jsingo of
mountain along: the crest of tho
ridge separating Mauoii and Makiki
Valleys fiom Nuuanu and Fauna
Valleys to the flag polo en tho old
b.itteiy on Puowaina (Punchbowl)
theucii diiect to the junction of Kinau
and Alapai stieeth i.huig the center
of. Alapai to King .-(root, center of
King to South stieet, cuib'i of South
street to the sea.
First Precinct All that portion of
said DiMiiet lying East of I'uuahou
stieet and a line diawn in extension
tlieicof nmiika and makai.
Polling Place (ioveinrnenl Nur
sery, juui'tiou of King and Waikiki
Inspectors E. C. Schumnn, J.
Lucas, J. .M. Gumma.
Second Precinct All that portion
of said distiict lying Wert of l'unu
hou street and a line drawn in exten
Polling Place lleretania Stieet
Inspectors J. A. Mngoon, Albert
Lucas, O.K. Wildei.
2.S1) DISTRICT, HONOLULU.
All Hint portion of Honolulu North
of tho First District and inside of the
ivJL:44, s.,'" ,,.jk,. ;4va ,;-;.i:iJay..r ;- .. '-aK savAfcik5& . '&i .. .
"ttt rilir it iiliT ilniiii liin tf w rww wm ti ' "w n " ti mtiftf" nuiiiT i
line drawn from the flag polo nt tho
old battery on Puowaina (Punch
bowl) to tho junction of School and
r.mitM ctrcots, along tho cvntor of
School fdiect to Fort street, along tho
center of Fort street to llcretania
street, center of Deretania htrcct to
the Nuuanu Stream at Smith's
Bridge, theneo up-the center of enid
Stream to School Htrcct, center of
School street to Lillhn street, center
of Lilihn street to Judd street, along
tho center of Judd street to tho
crest cf tho ridgo on the Northwest
erly side of Nuuanu Valley and
thenco along the erect of eaid ridge
to the peak called Lanihuli.
First Precinct All that portion of
said. District lying niauka of School
and Judd streets and Eastof Nuuanu
Polling Place Water OHiee, Nuu
anu and P.moa (street.
Inspectors A. W. Carter, D.wid
Dayton, M. Keliiaa.
Secoud Precinct All that portiou
of said District lying ninkui of Judd
aud School streets and Wwi of Nuu
anu and Fort streets.
Polling Place Fourth House on
the Ewa side makai of the School
Street Bridge, over Nuuanu Stream.
Inspectors Jona. Shaw, T. W.
llobron, J. P. Iwa.
Ilr.n D1ST1UCT, HONOLULU.
Tlial. portion of Honolulu adjacent
to the fust and second DistrictE,
bounded on the Waikiki side by Ala
pai and South streetn, mauka by
School street, on the Ew.i side by
Foit street from School streot to
Beretania stieet; along tho center of
Beretania street to Itichards street,
along center of Kichurds street to the
sea and bounded makai by the sea.
Pirrt Precinct All that portion of
said District lying mauka of Bere
Polling Place Jloy.il School llou:-o.
luspeclots Fred Tun ill, John M.
Vivas, J. Mabiai ICnncakua.
Second Precinct All that portion
of said District lying makai of Bere
rolling Place Kapuaiw Build
Inspectors Henry Smith, .Barney
Ordenritoiu, O. V. Peters.
Jth DIST1J1CT, HONOLULU.
All thatpoition of Honolulu lying
West of District Two aud Tluee,
bounded as follows: Beginning at
the goa at the foot of Richard Mitel ;
up P.ieh.irds street to Beretania street;
along Beretania street to Smith's,
Bridge; thenco up Nuuanu Stream to
School street; thenco along School
street to Liliha street ; thenco through
tho center of Liliha street to King
street, along the center of King street
to the bridge crossing the Nuuanu
Stream and bounded makai by the
Fk?t Precinct All that poition of
said District lying West of Nuuanu
Polling Place China Engine Com
Inspector J. A. Mehrt?ns, Sam.
M.ihch mi, Samuel Dwight.
Second I'recinct All that portion
of said District lying East of Nuuanu
Polling Place Roll Tower, Hono
lulu Fire Department.
Inspector C. T. Rodgeu, T. C.
Porter, Oliver Stillman.
.'tit DISTRICT, HONOLULU.
All tlint remaining portion of Ho
nolulu lying North nnd Wiwl of Dis
tricts Two and Four.
. Fir.-t Pibuincl All that portion of
.siiil District lying East of the main
load up ICalilii Valley and mauka of
Polling Place Hawaiian Tram
ways Co.'.s building, comer of Ka-
mohamolv.i School Ground.j.
liirtpectors F. W. Wuudenberg,
Murcus Colburn, J. A. Din.
Second Precinct All that portion
of said District lying West of tho
road up Kttlihi Valley and makai of
rolling Place Reform School pro
mises. Inspector. William Auld, T. A.
Lloyd, A. Fernandt..
Ova DISTRICT, KOOLAU.
CoTiiiiiting of Koolauptil.il.
Polling J'laoo Kai.eoho Court
fnspectoir. M. Ro?e, A. Kaulia
and Jr.s. Olds.
7in DISTRICT, WAIALUA.
Coniiiiting of Koolauloa and Wui
alua. First I'recinct Wniidun.
Polling Place Waiulu.i Court
Inspectors Edgar Tl.ilte:,d, E. ?!.
Timoteo, Richard Slowanl.
Second Precinct Koolaulon.
Polling Placf Koolaidost Coin I
ln:-H'Ctorc Jas. Donnelly, John
Kalulti, Jas. Aylett.
8m DISTRICT, EWA.
Consisting of Ewa and Wnianac.
First Precinct Emm.
J'olling Place Ev.a Court House,
lnspectois Ale. J. Campbell,
Victor Kaptilc, R. K. Halualani.
DAILY liUJlfiOU.W : JIOaOLULlJ, II. L, JUKE 23, 1S90.
Second Precinct Wainnne.
Polling Pliieo Waiannc Com I
Inspectors John F. Scotl, J. ICe
kahuna, Saml. Andrew.".
C. N. SPENCEU,
Minitcr of tho Interior.
.Interior Office, Juno IT, 1800.
U L I JO
PltdifM to tf-.'irr &&: r JTUrty,
Hut eii.iilifA.:t fjr the intiit of at!.
SATURDAY, JUNE 21, 1890.
An Keen JtollliiK by a Itj slatnter
It is raid that ono of the country
uieuihois in a sure Reform constitu
ency will resiyn hi- seat in the
Legislature in order to let Mr.
Thuiston be put into it. Mr. Thurs
ton, if he went in with the intention
of promoting useful legislation,
would be a valuable rnnn in the
House. If, however, his ohjetit be
tho upseUin!- of the Ministry, his
entry to the lloor would be had and
not pood for the country.
Mr. Alex. Young is likely to ho
nominated by the Reform Conven
tion to-night to run for the vacant
Noble seat. He failed to get a
noniiuiUion for the general election,
although standing for one after
being two sessions in the Assembly.
It is strange that one of those who
heat him in that convention should
not be considered a Mronyer candi
date now. Hut strange are the
ways of politics, especially the kind
the Reform Party has been giving
In thid clannish town there is one
Brown who does not seem to care
about slicking up for the elan name.
This one is the chief wire-puller to
get up opposition to the National
Reform candidate. He is, in thort,
the "Handy Andy" to the Reform
Remnant, and it will lie bad for the
R.R. if ho hurt.3 more than helps
"tho boss," like lii-t famous proto
type used to du by hU comical
It's Euglish-practice that's the go,
is it, old chappy? Well, when a
Minister goes l,ack after appoint
ment for re-election at homo, he ia
rarehy opposed unless the. first elec
tion was very cloc. This would be
the graceful thing for the Reformers
to follow at this stage. They lost on
a broad mtigin at the general elec
tion, and now when there is a
vacancy, through a Noble accepting
a seat in the Cabinet, they ouirht to
leave it alone. While professing to
be satisfied with the new Cabinet,
some of those fellow are trying to
secure tho election of an opponent
to it. Sensible people who voted
on that side at the general election
will stay at home now, as the seat
was won ;n a fair tight by the Na
tional Reformers tor the term of six
The ITouso allowed too much lati
tude to-tho late Ministry in having
out its dissension. On the heads
of answers to regnhir questions from
members, one Minister after another
was nllowcd, on the pielcst of
"privilege," to pour out abusive
rhetoric against his colleague for
hours." As the first "privilege"
abured in this way was in reply to
a succinct written answer, it would
only have been leasonabh' that the
privileged character should have
been confined to a similar statement
of fact in writing. The cniintn
does not espect the Legislature to
provide such circuses as those we.
have just cen, even on so great an
occasion as the breaking out before
the public of a Ministry'! quart els
long waged in its secret councils.
lheiois.no use in complaining of
the. exhibition') now, only to em
phasize advice to tho Mouse that in
future it should be master of its
THE' ROAD" BO a (ins.
Kmroi: Rui.ixtix :
The Auditor-General, in his ex
cellently written repott to the Le
gislature, has given us gient satis
faction by his comments on the
Rond lloatds in icgiiid to their
financial management. We have
in former communications to your
valuable paper pointed out thu dis
satisfaction, which is fell in many
districts, willi the working of the
Boards. We huvc paiticularly no
ticed tho Wailuku Roail Hoaid,
v,hlch persistently refuses to com
ply with tho law to hold public
meetings and preseut their accounts
to tho taxpayers, but of late the
actions of this' Hoard bivo exceeded
nny thing we expected, and we ask
the Legislature to seriously con
sider any bill which may be brought
before idem in regard to tho repeal
ing or timeudmeut of the present
law. You have, Mr. Editor, in
commenting upon our former cor
respondence on this subject, ex
pressed yourself to the effect that 1
Road Boards were tieslraolc as a
beginning lo establish self-government
in the different districts. Wu
fail lo see where wo arc asked to
partake in governing tho roads and
road taxes. The Minister of In
terior appoints the Koad Boards
vre do not elect them. The Road
Hoards, or rather the chairmen, nro
not responsible. t anybody, as far
us we can ace, and as above men
tioned in some dtstrleta ignoie the
taxpayers totally. Wc much pre
fer a Road Supervlsor-in-chiet di
rect! v under the Minister ol In
terior and responsible to him. Let
tho road-money remain a special
deposit in the treasury, aud let tho
Minister draw on this deposit for the
uses suggested and proposed by
the chief. What has the Hoard
done in Wailuku? The Board has
leased a piece of land for 20 years,
hn erected a stable, imported
mules, draya and carts, und ordered
an expensive steel bridge for the
Wailuku river. For ull these items
the taxpayers have to pay without
being asked if they approve of tho
investments or not, and to judge
Jrom tho Auditor-General's report
tho Hoard owe nobody an explana
tion for their actions, and piescnt
their vouchers lo months alter the
money is drawn. Js that self-government?
Now let us imagine that thu
Legislature abolish the Road Hoards,
to whom do the mules, carts, stable,
lease, etc., belong? To the Govern
ment? lu such case the Minister
ot Interior will suddenly be po.sses
bed of a lot of Government pro
perty, for which no Legislature ever
voted one cent on an Appropiiation
Hill, aud the Government will own
a 20 years' lease pet haps perfectly
useless to it. If the Government is
not the owner of the said property,
may be it belongs to the taxpayers
in Wailuku, but they may refuse to
pay rent on the lease or to feed the
mules, and then so much of their
money is thrown away instead of
being spent on the roads, for which
purpose it was intended. The Board
Is not a corporation, wo do not see
that it has any standing in law as a
board ; the Government seems not
to be responsible for its actions. To
whom hae then eventual creditors
say tho lessor ()f the land to
look for their money? Wo suppose
to the individual members of the
Hoard, but, as has been the ca-e all
over the country, the members of
the Hoards are changed so frequent
ly, that it is difficult to know it the
man you do business with to-day h
still in lo-moirow, or. as is the ease
in u ailuku, the members may be
men without property and impossible)
to recover a claim from. The truth
ii we can never expect any good
woik without payuu: the men who
do it. To any complaints oi rebuke
the Hoards simply answer wc do not
give a dam, nothing in it for us,
find somebody else to do the work.
Wc hope that when tho Ministers
get through washing their dirty
linen before the public, aud the
House settles down to busiucs3, that
the road bill to be introduced will
be tieatcd in a manner satisfactory
to all Taxi'avuus.
THE NEW HAWAIIAN DIRECTOR.
HaviiiK completed the canvass for
this woi kin Honolulu and the bl
and of Oahu, and compiled the .-ami',
wo find we have on this IM.iud alnim j
over .two moji' iiami'! until wu nan
hi our lasi iss-ue. We. do not include
any Chinee this time other than
bufeincbti linns, tlieii inuiiitor.H or
bookkeeper. V are ipiito nine tliin
Diieelory will be :i full,enmplrie ami
reliable tsoureo of iuforinatiou and bo
stitiffactory to all. We would ic-paest
thoi-o who may have changed place
of biibinofi or ic-idenee, new eonier.1-,
or any that weie pon-ibly omitted,
to nmd their names with present ad-dief-.s
to niu at once, mf the new book
will bo readv for deliverv in Septem
ber, 1800. .I.O.LANE,
1 O. Box -KID. Editor.
4 Competent (Slrl to lake care of
l child. .Miibt come well reeom
uiouded. Apply to
Miss. J. XL DOWSKTT,
M:il.H:l i.t. aliove Hiiheliall Oioniid.
Jt!. A A uui aii, wun i rooms
d"r,-VH - -
and liuth, on the eor-
.ii'-ai- ......... i .. . .
ijttvist iu:r in ouiTiauia ami rratu-
eola lreeti. Cms jiass the diior. Al
ply at tlijs ollleti. M If
to i Jet
wc4ArIMIK Two-story Brick
fii?,j'fr Bulldliiir now u-ed uq
-7.-T ..-1 if.iiiiiiiii, linn ,,-, in
fcS&Hffi the oillcc of the llawnllun
Tramways (!o., ( L'd), on Khitf street,
oiutiiblo either for nil olflee or stme.
Apply on till' rcini-ra. i"7!t tit
TO LET or LEASE
a rpilKltesldcnee of Mrs. A.
5i$ X Lonj;, In I'auoa Valley.
U. 111 UAl io.,
91 Ktui; si., over .J. Noll's siore.
TO JJENT o'rLKASK
u, 'IMIAT desirnblo lreml.es
fikSlP - 0, E't street, In the
aSTl "Meltieruy Block," recently
occupied by .1. N. S. Wllllfiiiis, ftiiltablo
for olllen or stoio. For Infnrmatlnii
apply to olllec IJnluii lion Works, E3
plauade, or to
551) 1m J. N. ,S. WILLIAMS.
iiiElli i lS
Clash Assets, : : : : :
KICHAUD A. SIcUVRDY. Picsiilent
lay For full particular apply to
Jumbles, Coffee Cakes, Crackers,
& Aud will be DELIVERED I'HHE of CHARGE to any
XHL.U ol' JFAHICt
Coffto, Ten, Chocilul A Milk,
Steakf, Chopa, FUh, Ham & KugE,
ffch- - .
Solo Proprietors of BAILEE'S SAHSAPARILLA & IRON VATER,
Giliir lis, Hit 118, Mw, RsIshmg, Se?sap?l, Mineral ffiiw, Etc.
or AH cMimsmtnicatioitff
rtu .1 1 m-..uiiiii
Will lt-av5 llcii'nliilii Inr tint itmvr j.nlM
ill lr I.' mil
.1 VZSIjZ 520i?i.
HJ" Vr fu-iglit in pi-'!"!', tinvlrj;
i ej-crl'ir euh'u mill fle.Tiiii' nfir.oiliill'i
i!h iiu, t.pply to
Wni G IfiVi'lN
Electricity is Life !
MANY per-ons ilint a modeialp ap
plication of Klertiiclty Hfiii'flclnl.
Kli'otili'ity Hoinethiies oiucs and nearly
always tiiMii'llisltliouinatl-m, Nt-nralii.
Inillijestliin. Etc.. ami arts like a tonic
ami N nrv lnuetleial In ease ot CJeiicnd
Debility, tin to
On Queen Htruot,
And n('1 !l" Eleetiln Shock ly diopplnij
a MiCfO' hi the slot. Can be regulated
to nilr tlio delieato as well as the .strong.
There Is aUo one ot ihee Electric
.Maelilnei at Youiift Nap's, corner of
JthiKimd Ih'lhcl fili'iets. 'm1 I in
PAitTTEtidesbhiK Avocado Tear? hi
(limiitltles ot not le- tliim CO will
nv. HENRI (J. McClKSW.
Al'TElt an absence of four years In
Paris, lias returned to his home
on the Islands, for tho purport) of re
suming tho praetlce of uiediclue. Uc
niny lie. found ar his old oilico on HoU-l
stieet between Kurt and Alakea street?.
Olllee hours fioiii 6 tn -11 a. m., and 3'to
jaud li tuS f. M. :i70 lm
lNvwoll'.s Baj;SJiK Exivsh,
IAS. POWELL, tormcily employed
fj at Union Feed On. for several
year, liavliic goiift Into tho hntrgago
riNpres.s hii'liiess, Holieltn pntrounpi.
Stand, corner of King nnd Bethel
htrei'li. Orders eim bo loft at Younjj
Nap's eigne i-taml. Iiugago dcltveicd
with pruuiptiiejn aud cure to any part
of city. June 7-00
ISSUED BY THE
u a. js? lt ss'.r.i". isiiirjr.
:. ALWAYS ON HAND AND TO ORDER
Pies. Bans. Roils,
iVona. 11:150 n. m. lo
MANUPA CTUKETitT OV
nnd ovdoiR should be aildroHscil lo
BENSON, SMITH & CO.,
Uuving lomoved our SODA WOHKS
(Near the Custom House)
Wo aio now prepiirf-d to furnish at chorl notice, and of piimo quality, auy
ot the billowing High Class Aerated Ucveragoa:
Plain, sini, Loin, straiten or Cream soJt
b'ursapcfriUfi, Sarsaparilla & Iron Wator, and Crab
' t " Apple Oidor.
UMncr rtsehiv.ly the HYATT 1'UltE WATKIt SYSTEM.
FIGURED INDIA SILKS I
THE LAHGEBT nnd MOST COMPLETE STOCK OK
FANCY FIGURED INDIA SILKS I
iO& No. '2 PattoniB alike. Fathionnblo Dressmaking upstaira ffij
Without 11 Itlval hi Prlo 1 QuitlUy !
Oao-third lha Prio3 of tho Eoyal !
Every Houaokoopor Should Uao It !
g&r A Buvini of 3!i Per Cent in Cost and Quality the Very Best, g
SPECIAL RATES TO JOBBERS.
HENRY DAVIS & CO.,
Wl Am ExehiHivo Atjontfl for tho Hawaiian Islanda.
Dr. A. II. CAItTEIt
eiiKived his olllee to .Vo. W
Bfietaula. between Fort 11111I
Nimanu Btreeiu. Ollleo hours: Otaulo
11 A. M., and 3 to 4. and 7 to 8 r, .v.
1 Mutual Teluphoun No, 'J03. 370 lm
Agent for tho Hawaiian fslniub.
part of the city.
Stews, Souted Pie Toot, Etc.
1 p. m. g
to more commodious qurtoii nt
O J. j it'll o
ITER & CO.,
' Chas. J. F!SHL'S,
Lending Millinery House, Corner Fort k Hotel bts.
Dr. A. LUTZ
7ILLbavoofflce u0"" frcmStop,
T a. m. nnd 1 to t v. at No. S3
Berotanla, between Fort and Nuuiuui
stroota. Mutual Tolepliono No. 303
and 170. 470 m