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Bt by authority. rirsi rrcctnct-M that portion of GQOD BASEBALL Auction Sales by Jamos F. Horgan,
Blsctioii PrsGlamaUoii !
In nreoidiiwe with tlio Election
Law ol tho Kingdom, notice i? here
by given that n Special Llcction (or
Noblo for the unexpiiod term of six
yo.iiswillho held on thu Island of
Oahu, between llio hours of S o'clock
u. m. and o o'clock p. in., on WED
NESDAY, tho th day of .Inly, IS'.IO,
to fill tho vacancy caused by the io
nization of His Excellency Hon.
John A. Cuuiuiiti. ' r
'lhe Election Disliicts, Voting Pre
cincts, Tolling I'laeee. nml Inspectors
. of Election arc as follows;
1st MSTltlCT, HONOLULU.
That poll ion of Honolulu lying
Southeast of a lino drawn from the
Miminit of tho Konahuanui range of
mountains along tho eiost of the
ridge sepainting Million and Miikiki
Valleys from Nuiiaiiu and Pauoa
Valleys to tho Hag pole on tho old
battery on Puowaina (Punchbowl)
thence direct to tho junction of Kinau
and Alapai streets along tho ccnlei
of Alapai to King licet, center of
King to South street, center of South
nticct to the sea.
.First Precinct All Hint poition of
said District lying East of Piiiii'ihoii
street and a line drawn in extension
thefctif mauka and makai.
Polling Place Government Nui-
eory, junction of King and Wuiklki
Inspector E. 0. Schuman, .1.
Lucas, J. M. Camar.i.
Second Precinct All Unit portion
of slid district lying Wot of Puna
liou street and a line drawn in exten
Polling Place lleretania Street
Inspectors .T. A. Miigoou, Albert
Lucas, E. It. Hendry.
2nd DISTRICT, HONOLULU.
All that portion of Honolulu North
of tho First Distiict nml iiinMuof the
lino drawn fioin the ll.ig pole at the
old battery on J'uow.iina (Punch
bowl) to the junction of School and
Emma s-Ueols, along tho center of
School sticct to Fort sheet, along the
center of Fort sheet to lloiolnnia
street, center of Iterctiinia sticct to
the Niniunii Stream at Smith's.
Budge, thence up tho center of said
Stie.un to School sheet, cental of
School street to Liliha sheet, ccnlei
of Liliha sticct to Judd street, along
tho center of Judd street to tho
crest of the ridge on the Northwcut
erly tide of Nuiiaiiu Valley and
thenco along the crest of said lidge
to the peak called Lanihuli.
First Precinct All that portion of
mid District lying mauka of School
and Judd streets and East of Nuuanu
Polling Pino Water Office, Nuti
anu and P.iuoa sheets.
. Inspectors A. W. Carter, David
Dayton, M. Kcliiaa.
Second Piecinct All that poition
of said District lying ninkiu of Judd
and School streets and West of Nuu
unn and Foit shoots.
Polling Place Fouilh llouso on
tho Ewn side makai of the School
Street Diidgo, ocr Nuuanu Stieuin.,.
Inspectors Jona. Shaw, T. W.
Hobron, J. P. Iwa.
:iu DISTRICT, HONOLULU.
That portion of Honolulu adjacent
to tho iiist and second Dish ids,
bounded on tho Waikiki side by Ala
pai and South streets, mauka by
School street, on tho Ewa sidn by
Fort street from School street to
Berclauia street; along tho center of
lleretania sticct to ltichaids street,
along center of ltichards street to the
sou and bounded makai by tho sea.
First Precinct All that poition of
said District lying mauka of Here
Polling Place Royul School House.
Inspcetois Fled Turrill, .John M.
Vivas, J, Mahlai Kancakua.
Second Precinct All that portion
,of said District lying inakai of Here
Pulling Place Kapimiwa Puild
ing. Inspectors Hour Smith, Win. F.
Ljo, Ci. V. Peters,
Itu DISTJUCT, HONOLULU.
All that portion of Honolulu lying
West of Dishicts Two and Thiee,
bounded as follows: Ucgiuning at
the sen at tho foot of Richards sheet;
up Hicharda street to Ueictanin sheet ;
along llorctania street to Smith's
llridgo; thenco up Nuuanu Shcani to
ichool etreet j thence along School
street to Liliha street; thence through
tho qcntoi of Liliha btrcct to King
street, along tho center of King street
to the bridgo crossing tho Nuuanu
Stream and bounded ruakai by -tho
First Precinct Ml that portion of
said District lying Wist of Nuuanu
Polling riacc China Engine Com
Iii"pcctorF .1. A. Mplulcnsi Snni.
Mnhelonn, Samuel Dwight.
Sccoml Precinct AH that portion
of said District lying East of Nuuanu
Pulling Place Dell Tower, Hono
lulu Fiio Department.
Inspectors 0. T. Hodgcrs, T. C.
Puilti, Oliver Stilhnan.
otu DlSTltlC'l, HONOLULU.
All that icninining portion of Ho
nolulu lying Noith and West of Dis
liicls T.mo and Toui.
Fliht Precinct All that poition of
aaid District lying East of tho main
load up ICalihi Valley and mauka of
Polling Place Hawaiian Tiam
ways C'o.'s building, corner of JCu-
inehumeha School Oround".
Inspectors F. W. Wundenbcig,
Milieus Colburu, J. A. Dfaz.
Second Precinct All that portion
of said District lying West of tho
road up KalUii Valley and makai of
Polling Place Itefoi in School pro
misee. Inspectors William Auld, T. A.
Lloyd, A. Fcrnnnde..
Oni DISTKICT, KOOLAU.
Contistiug of Koolaupoko.
Polling Place Kaneohe Court
Iusiicctois M. ltose, A. Kaulia
and Jas. Olds.
Tin DISTRICT, WAIALUA.
Consisting of Koolauloa and Wai
First Precinct Waialua.
Polling IMacc Wniulua Court
Inspectors Edgar llalslead, E. S.
Tiinoteo, Richard Stcwaid.
Second Precinct Koolaulon.
Polling Place Koolauloa Court
Inspectors .las Donnelly, .lolni
Kaluhi, Jas. Aylett. "
Sin DISTRICT, EWA.
Consisting of Ewa and Wuiauac.
Fiist Piecinct Ewa.
Polling Place Ewa Couit House.
Inspector;; Alex. J. Campbell,
Victor Kapule, S. K. Halualani.
Second Precinct Wnianac.
Tolling Place Waianao Couit
, Inspectors John F. Scott, J. Kc
kahuna, S.unl. Andrcw..
C. N. SPENCER,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Office, June 17, 1890.
Kninclinnielm has been reduced in
its comi urattvo standing for llin
ohainpion pennant, us a result of
llio contest with Hawaii, Siituuhy
afternoon. The pnnio was nu c
ceilent one, as the score will show:
Dan, e ....
Pryce, 1st b... .
Lualdwn, !!d b....
Ro-a, v f
t. n. li.u. o
0 7 (I
1 0 0
0 4 27 2'.' t
A. 11. It. 11.11. O. A.
Wise. c. f..
I row ell, r. f.
UiiVi.p a 1
Lawelnwi, 2d b...
0 8 2 2
0 0 0 0
0 1 U U
0 2 8 0
2 12 4 1
0 21 2 ;i
0 0 0
10 0 0
ISSUED Br THE
On TIITJKSDAY, July 10,
AT 1SJ O'CLOCK STOOST.
Ry order of Rev. W. C. Mcriltt, In front
of my Salesroom, Queen street. I will
sell ut Public Auction the following
IIovscs and Carnages:
1 Lafly's SADDLE EOBSB,
i! Uoises. bioken to dilve double;
1 1-ycar Old Colt,
1 Pliaetou, In good order;
2 Large Omnibusses,
1 Side Saddle,
1 Mexican Saddle,
Sets llui'iiuj, Etc., Etc.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
503 3t Auctioneer.
Clearance Auction Sal
Score bv Innhiga
Hawaii O00B2O 1 0 0 C
Kllliiulnillii'llil 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0- 2
Struck out Ha vis 10, Meek S
Uhscs on UallH l).il' It, Meek 1.
Passed Hull? Paliau It.
Left on Uases Hawaii 2, Kaineha
inelia 1 .
Stolen Bases Hawaii 0, Kaineba
Double Play Mnhukii.
lliiipircs W. A. Wall and .W- V.
Scorer Chns Wilder.
ItHCEBARO A. 3ZcCimV, I'xcsitlcnt.
S For full oarticulata apply to
Dcc-'2-l-8!) General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
sKvy bi Ktx t
Aiul Morclutmliso !
ALWAYS ON HAND AND TO Or.DER
Fresh Oekes, Pies,
131 o in
J: Id 1 11
kjns, Rolls, Eic:, Eic,5
'J M "n
HOW TSSEY STAND.
Following is tho standing of the -1
clubs in the Hawaii llaseball League
up to July iilh. One gamo played
between tiie Stais and Kaniehamo
lin is under protest and not count
l'l.AVKll. I.OHT. WON.
I,. .l.Lv.vnT, :
It ban pleated His Majesty tho
King to appoint
CHAKLES L. HOPKINS
To be Mai glial of the Kingdom, vice
John H. Sopor, resigned.
Iolani Palace, July 1, 1S90.
Ergigcmcnt Extrao.dlmiry! 1'cr a fiboit Eo.-eoh
TiYoii friu iml
(Of the Tivoll Theatre, San.
Grand Opening Xiglii !
On Tuesday, : : : July 811i.
y order of Mil. C. AFOXG 1 will sell
at Public Auction at hi) othee,
On FIJIDAY, July lltli,
A.V V O'CXiOVK A. ai.,
Ebony Tables & Chairs,
Chainplior Wood Trunks,
2 Large Show Oases,
1 Handsome Koa Office Table,
Leather Covered Sofa & Uhahs,
Etc., Kte., Etc., Etc.
Jumbles, Coffee Cakes, Crackers, Etc., Etc.
57" And will bo DELIVERED FItEE oflCHlAEGE to any part of the city. Jgg
3BIJLX. ol" ITATlia:
Cofiee, Tea, Chocolate & Milk,
Steaks, Chops, Fish, Ham & Eggs,
Oyster Stews, Soused Pig's Feet, Etc.
Xiii5iex from 11:30 a. m. to 1 j. itx. tSs52
JAS. P. MOltGAN,
rirdsrd to neither Sect nor Party,
But established for the benefit of all.
MONDAY, JULY 7, 1890.
The Committee- on Resolutions
recommend an appropriation of
S L'OO in aid of the Kapiolani Mater
nity Home. A wise recommenda
tion for a worthy institution.
In the Great London is, New Yoik Suc
cess, the Uiiiicfripie Comedy
hi i Act?, entitled:
Executor & Trustea's Sale of
Leasts, Cattle, iioia
TAHITI : LEMONADE,
B65Usual Pilce! Box Plan open at
the olllce otjj. J. Leiey's on Wednes
day, Julv 2nd, at o'clock A. m. C93 td
FUNERAL OF R. W. LAIIIE.
The late It. W. Laino was buried
in Nuuanu Cemetery Sunday after
noon. There was a large gathering
at the house on Hotel' street, includ
ing lions. C. It. llishop, W. D.
Alexander, and W. 1 Allen, Mr.
I A. Schaefcr, Dean of the Consu
lar Corps, Mr. C Afong, Chinese
Commercial Agent, Dr. and Mrs.
Emerson, Mr. G. West, Mr. I "r.
Damon, and other well-known resi
dents, llev. Dr. lleckwitli con
ductcd brief services, n choir of
ladies and gentlemen leading the
Tho lollowing wcru tho pall-bearers,
representing the consular corps,
the Odd-Fellows, the American Le
gion of Honor, and citizens;
Messrs. F. A. Scharfer, V. C. Wil
der, W. E. Derrick, L. C. Abies,
Jas. Nott, jr., T. J. McLaughlin,
Herman Horn, and Capt. John
Itoss. Rev. Dr. Kcckwitti led the
cortege in a carriage, followed by
members of tho I. O. O. F. and A.
L. of II.. numbering about 10 alto
gether, marching in regalia. Tho
chief mourners were Mrs. Laine and
son Eddie, nnd Mrs. Drown and
two bons, the mother and brothers
respectively of tho widow.
The Odd Fellows had cliargo of
thu burial rites. Mr. C. J. Fislicl
was marshal of the procession. Mr.
J. C. Gail, Noble Grand of Har
mony Lodge, of which Mr. Lainc
had been a member, and Mr. V. O.
Atwutcr, Chaplain, read the beau
tiful ritual at tho grave. The breth
ren counter-marching each dropped
a enrlff of evergreen on the colli u
I after t vr9lowrcd. '
Irs. SvaM. Joiiusoii, ArlM,
Studio, Wo. 27 Alakoa Struct.
Formerly of New York, would Inform
tho nubile that she Is prepared to till
all orders for Pastel, Oil, Water Colors
and India Ink Poi traits.
CW Samples of work can be seen at
Studio and Hamilton House Pallor,.
HW. SCHMIDT bes leave to In
. fonn the public that he has es
tabllsbed hnioaii Impimlng and Com
mission Business under the llrni uame of
H. W. SCHMIDT & SONS,
And that Mr. II. Lose has authoiitr to
bliru by inoeuratlon.
Honolulu, July 1, 1800. f.97 3t
rpilE Callfouihi Wlue & Spirit Iiusl
X nps hnietoforo carried on at No.
88 Port sti eel, under the thin name of
Hamilton Johnson 1 this day dissolved
by mutual consent.
THE ahovo business will ho continued
at the precent htand by Henry
Coiigdon under the thin name of Homy
Uongdon & Co. All mattois i elating to
tho above busbies will bu settled by
11EN11Y CONGDON A: CO.
Hoiiolulii, Juno 80, IS00. fi!t7 lw
NOTICE to OKEDITOIJS.
ALL persons on the Islands of Oahu,
MoloKai and Maui, having claims
against tho Hawaiian Pacific- Cable Co,
aioii'mu'stcd to piesent tho saino for
adjustment to W. O. Smith, Attorney,
ou or before July 2. 1890.
J. S. BARTHOLOMFAV,
01 lw Prcldem& Treasurer.
By direction of CECIL BF.OWN, Ex
ecutor & Tiustoe of- the Last Will and
Testament of Philip Milton, deceased,
I am directed to sell at Public Auction,
Oil SATURDAY, August 2nd,
AT lO O'CLOCK. A. ST.,
At the Farm House In Palolo Valley,
Honolulu, Oahu, all the following
described Property, suitable
for Kaiieh purposes:
1st All that land conralnhiK an area
of -1G0M aeies nml sltuato In Kipahulu
and Waialae-lki, Olsti ictof Ifona, Oahu,
and being the sumo premises conveyed
to tho said Philip Milton bytheTius
tees of the Estate of W. C. Lunalilo.
Sad All that laud containing an area
of nine acres situate In Palolo Valley,
and helm: the same premises conveyed
to the said Philip Milton by Ursolda
Sherman. This property has a largo
reservoir upon it, which hiippliea ine
lower lands with water for nee cuhivar
tlon. tho leservolr Is ISO fathoms square
and has a depth of 1 1 feet, and cost In
the neighborhood of 10,000.
aid Ail tnatianu containing an area
of 1E0 acres and situate at KIpaluihi,
Oahu. The two larger tracts In Uipa
hiilu and Waialae-ilvl are fenced with
good stone walls and wire ft-nclng di
vides them from pioporty uow In pos
session of D. P. Isenberg and UEed for
Also at the same time and place the
Lcaso from Trustees of Mshop Estato
of Waahlla, t!00 acres, yeaily icntal
200, leiir-o exphes August, 18'JO.
Lease from S. Kawal tihd Eekaul of 2
pieces of land hi Waiainiiu and lfeKio
WX aeies, yearly rental $L'l, lease ex
phes In August, 1809.
The lands of Waahlla -ISO acres me
now In higlng a rental under an agree
ment with Portuguese of S(i00 a year.
Tlieio sue about 8 aeies of taro almost
ripe which will be sold with the laud
upon widen it is giowing
Tho Ineonio lroin Outages, I.lmes(
Coffee, Etc., and Pastiuage have
amounted to about 8 100 a year.
Thu propei ty above set foith have a
laborer's house, daughter house and
other outbuildings upon them, and 2
Also at the same time and place about
400 Head of Cattle,
CO Mlleh Cows, Seven Pair of WoiMng
Oxen, a!o 5 Holies, 0 Marcs and -'
Colls.. Ox Cmt. Saddles and Ihldles,
Yokes, etc , etc.. and other utensils and
property used upon a veil appointed
Ry The Propei ty can be Inspected at
anv time. Forfuiiherpaitlciilait apply
JA.S. F. MOKGAN,
Or, to Cecil Buowk,
Executor & Tmsice. CPO lm
Sole Proprietors of BAILEY'S SARSAPAEILLA & IRON WATER,
lip? Mo, Hop All, (Mill, EassiiBEiaflii, Sarajarilla, Mineral Waters, Etc.
1ST Al! couinmnSentions niul orders sliould l)o addressed to
BENSON, SMITH & CO.,
389 lm Agents.
tim "' uTucMnfmragwyga
iS rts o vt li tt
Has just icceivcd a fresh lot of
Give us a call.
Ke. 30 Kuiann Bt. P. 0. Viz 207.
Boot and'Slioe Store.
Having had 10 years experience In
the business, I am prepared to manu
facture to Older fashionable hatid
Gowcd Ladles' te Oentlenicu's Boots &
Shoes. Also, French & American Boots
& Shoes received by eveiy steamer.
Prices reasonable. I solicit your pat
ronage. GUI Sill
Having removed our SODA WORKS to more commodious quarters at
TSTo. 29 0333? SrJTJE2.E2E,3?9
(Near the Custom nousc)
We aic now prepared to furnish at short notice, and of prime quality, any
of the following High Class Aerated Beverages:
Plain, Swiit, lew, Straitey or Cm Hi,
Snrsaparjlla, Sarsaparilla & Iron Water, and Crab
'' Apple Cider.
Using exclusively the HYATT PURE WATER SYSTEM.
AX Unfurnished 2 or 3
Roomed Cott.ifro near
, town. Apply ut this olllco.
VAiS'TED ni ONCE !
ACO'ITAGE Mithin two
or three blocks from
the coiner of Fort mid Hotel
streets, suitable for three gentlemen for
housekeeping, auuicss "r. u. mix
No. L'U7." g'JO tf
FIGIRED INDIA SILKS I
TirE LARGEST and MOST COMPLETE STOCK OP
FANlftiaiJRED INDIA SILKS I
A1IOUSH with 7 rooms
and bath, oil the cor
ner of lleretania and Pcusa-
cola streets. Cars pa63 the door. Ap
ply at this ofllcc. 031 tt
TO LET or LEASE
f HUE Residence of Mrs. A.
I X Long, in Pnuoa Valley.
I Apply to.
01 King St., o er J. NottV stoic.
TO KENT or LEASE
Chas. J. FISMEL'S,
Leading Millinery House, Corner Fort & Hotel sta.
P No. Patterns alike. Fashionablo Dressmaking upstairs fjft
IMM' BAKIIIG PQ
Without a Rival in Price & Quality !
Ouothird tho Prioo of tho Eoyal !
Every Housekeeper Should Use It !
ST A Saving of33 Per Cent in Cost nnd Quality tho Very Best
'' SPECIAL RATES TO JOBBERS.
HENRY DAVIS & CO.,
5fl Om Exclusive Agents for tho Hawaiian Islands.
rpiIAT deslrablo Premises
X ou Fort street, in the
"Mclueriiv Block." recently
occupied by .1. N S. Williams, suitable
for otllco or storo. For Information
nnpiy io opico iiniou irou ivurm, ii-
j. x; S. WJLLIAMS.
planiuie, or to
Dr. A. RTARTER
HAS removed his pfllco to No. 53
lleretaulu, between Fort uud
Nniiauu streeta Qlllcq hours: 0:30 to
11 a. M., anil's to (, and 7 to8 r. M.
Mutual Telephouo-No; 302. 70 lm
Dr. A. LUTZ
WHL have ofllco hours from 8 to a
a. m. nnd 4 to B i. m at No, 8U
Beretaula, between Furt and Nuuanu
stieets. Mutual Telephone No?. 302
and 170, 70 lm
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