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lu neeoidauoe with tho Election
Law of tho Kingdom, notice is hoie
by picn th.it a ypcoial Election for
Noblu for tho uno.xpitcd term of six
' years will be held on the Island of
Oahu, between the hours of 8 o'clock
ii. m. and 5 o'clock p. m on WED
NESDAY, the 'Jth day of July, 1890,
to fill the vacancy caused by the re
signation of His Excellency Hon.
John A. Cummin's.
The Election Distiiots Voting Pre
cincts, Polling Places and Inspector
of Election are aa follows:
lb DISTRICT, HONOLULU.
That portion of Honolulu lying
Southenst of a lino diawn fiom the
summit of the Konahuanui range of
mountains along the crest of the
ridge separating Manoa and Makiki
Valleys from Nuuanu and Pauoa
Valleys to the flag pole on the old
battery on Puowaina (Punchbowl)
thonco direct to the junction of Kinau
and Alapai streets along the center
of Alapai to King street, crntcr of
King to South stieet, center of South
street to tho sea.
First Piecincl All that poilion of
uid District lying EtHt of Funahou
.treet and a line duiwn in extension
theieof mauka and makai.
Polling Place Government Nur
sery, junction of King and Wuikiki
Inspectors E. 0. Sehuman, J.
Lucas, J. M. Caniaia.
Second Precinct All that portion
of baid district lying West of Funa
hou street and a line dtawn in exten
Polling Place Beretania Street
Inspectors J. A. Magoon, Albert
Lucas, E. It. Hendry.
2nd DISTRICT, HONOLULU.
All that portion of Honolulu North
of the First District and inside of the
hue drawn from the Hag polo at the
N)ld battery on Puowaina (Punch
bowl) to the junction of School and
Emma streets, along tho center of
School street to Foit street, along the
.enter of Foit street to Beietania
street, center of Beretauia stieet to
the Nuuanu Sticam at Smith's
Budge, thence up the center of said
Stream to School street, center of
School stieet to Liliha street, center
of Liliha street to Judd street, along
tho center of Judd street to the
crest of tho ridge on the Northwest
erly side of Nnuauu Valley and
thence along the crest of said ridge
to tho peak called L.inihuli.
First Precinct All that portion of
said District lying mauka of School
and Judd streets and East of Nuuanu
Polling Place Water Office, Nuu
anu and Pauoa htreets.
Inspector A. W. Carter, David
Dayton, M. Kuliiaa.
Second Precinct All that portion
of said Distiict lying makai of Judd
and School streets and West of Nuu
anu and Foit streets.
Polling Place Fouith IIoueo ou
the Ewa fide makai of the School
Street Biidge, over Nuuanu Stream.
Inspectois Jona. Shaw, T. W.
Hobron, J. P. Iwa.
3rd DISTRICT, HONOLULU.
That portion of Honolulu Adjacent
to tho first and second Distiicts,
bounded on the Waikiki side by Ala
pai and South streets, mauka by
School street, on tho Ewa sido by
Fort street from School street to
Beretauia street; along tho center of
Beretania stieet to Richards ttrect,
along center of Richards street to thu
sen and bounded makai by tho sea.
First Precinct All that portion of
said District lying mauka of Beie
PollingPhico Royal School House.
InspectoiB Fred Turrill, John 31.
Vivas, J. Mahiai Kaneakua.
Second Precinct All that portion
of said District lying makai of Bere
Polling Place Kapuniwa Build
ing. Inspector Henry Smith, Win. F.
Lovo, (1. V. Peters.
4th DISTRICT, HONOLULU.
All that portion of Honolulu lying
West of Districts Two and Three,
bounded as follows: Beginning at
tho sea at tho foot of Richards btrcet;
up Richards street to Beretauia street ;
along Beretania street to Smith's
Bridge; thence up Nuuanu Stream to
, School street ; thence along School
street to Liliha street ; thence through
tho center of Liliha street to King
street, along tho center of King street
to tho bridgo crossing the Nuuanu
Stream and hounded makni by tho
First rrccinct-All Hint portion of
snid Distiict lying West ,of Nuuanu
Polling Placo China Eugino Com
Inspectors J, A. Mchrtcne, Sam.
Mahelona, Samuel Dwight.
Second Precinct All that portion
of said District lying East of Nuuanu
Polling Place Bell Tower, Hono
lulu File Department. .
Inspectois C. T. Eodgci!', T. C.
Porter, 01ici Stillnmn.
fun DISTRICT, HONOLULU.
All that remaining portion of Ho
nolulu lying North and West of Dis
tricts Two and Four.
First Precinct All that portiou of
said Distiict lying East of tho main
road up Kalihi Valley and mauka of
Polling Place Hawaiian Tram
ways Co.'s building, corner of Ka
niehamcha School Grounds.
Inspector F. AV. Wundunberg,
Marcus Colburn, J. A. Diaz.
Second Precinct All that poilion
of said Distiict lying West of the
road up Kalihi Valley and makai of
Polling Place Refoim School pre
mises. Inspectors William Auld, T. A.
Lloyd, A. Fernandez.
Cull DISTKICT, KOOLAU.
Consisting of Koolaupoko.
Polling Place Kaueohe Couit
Inspectors M. Eoso, A. ICaulia
and Jas. Olds.
7th DISTRICT, WAIALUA.
Consisting of Koolauloa and Wai
alua. Fiist Trecinct Waialua.
Polhug Place Waialua Court
Inspectors Edgar Halstead, E. S.
Timolco, Richaid Steward.
Second Precinct Koolanloa.
Polling Place Kool.iuloa Court
Inspectors Jas. Donnelly, John
Kaluhi, Jas. Ajlett.
8th DISTRICT, EWA.
Consisting of Ewa and Waianac.
First Precinct Ewa.
Polling Place Ewa Court House.
Inspectors Alex. J. Campbell,
Victor Kapule, S. K. Halualani.
Second Precinct Waianac.
Polling Place Waianae Court
Inspectors John F. Scott, J. Ke
kahuna, Saml. Andrews.
C. N. SPENCER,
Minister of tlio Inteiior.
luterior Oilice, June 17, 1R0.
It has pleased His Majesty the
King to appoint
CHARLES L. HOPKINS
To be Marshal of tho Kingdom, vice
John II. Soper, resigned.
Iol.vni r.ilace, July 1, 1800.
TUESDAY, JULY 8, 1890.
The vacant seat in the Legisla
ture caused by the resignation of
Hon. J. A. Cummins, will be filled by
cleclion to-morrow. The polls will
open at 8 o'clock a. m., and close at
5 p. m. Mr. C. O. Bergcr and Mr.
A. Young are tho candidates for
election. Mr. Young is put forward
by the Reform party and Mr. Ber
gcr by tha National Reform party.
Roth candidates are of long resi
dence, and are well known. Tho
electors will decide who is the fa
vorite, and if the contest ho "fair
and square" and no doubt it will
be tho contestants and their back
ers should with good grace accept
The Advertiser says that the Na
tional Reform Tarty "proposes a
new constitution." To us this is
news. The party's "platform" calls
for "amendments," but nothing
more. Surely the Advertiser is not
so stupid as not to know that the
personal opinion of an individual
member of any party is not neces
sarily that party's policy. Even
should the National Reform Parly
propose a new constitution, there is
nothing bad about that, provided it
bo done in a constitutional way, and
is not forced on the country at the
point of bayonet?. Our constitu
tion is far from being so good that
it cannot be superseded by a better.
Our neighbor across tho water, Cali
fornia, deemed it wise to make n
new constitution not long ago, and
acted accordingly. It is not our
desire to secure a new constitution
for this kingdom, but we aro sensi
ble of defects in the present fund
amental law that wo think should be
remedied in tho way provided by
tho instrument itself.
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DAILY BULLKYllJ : HOJSOLTTLU, U. I.,
The attempt to lower the Minis
tora stipends ia not, in our opinion,
a move that deserves support or
commendation. If Ministers them
selves had nsked for a l eduction,
their self-sacrifice might have been
lauded. Rut even in that caso wo
question if the House should allow
them to have their own way. The
amount in thu draft Appropriation
Bill, $5,000 a year, is small enough
perhap3 too small. To mens.urc
salaries in this country by salaries
in thu countries that are Usually
pointed to as examples is not a just
or fair way of regulating tho amount
of compensation for services render
ed. The general cost of living has
to be taken into account. Five thou
sand dollars has a less purchasing
power here than one-half that amount
iu some other places that could he
named. Here a plain man with n
smnll family finds dillleulty in sup
porting himself and those dependent
upon him, respectably, ouoor
S80 a month, while in New York,
Montreal, London, and a thousand
other places the same man could do
so comfortably, and save money to
boot, with an income of 810 or S50
per month. Whcie the cost of liv
ing is high, salaries, both of those
in the public service aud those
in private employ, must bu high
also. There may bo sinecuies in
our public service, by the lopping
off of which money would be saved
and the service in no way impaiied ;
but those who have the responsibil
ity and those who do the work of
government should be adequately
paid for the responsibility and for
the work. The National Reform
party is pledged to economy, but
not to parsimony.
Most old lcbideuts of this king
dom who are coffee diinkcrs know
that Kona coffee is of excellent qual
ity, and that no foreign article that
ever reaches this market is equal to
it. Some travelleis have said that
it is quite as good as the famous
Mocha coffee. But these facts are
known abroad to a very limited ex
tent. Even m San Francisco, where
a far hotter aud a much fuller knowl
edge of these islands cxiat3 than in
any other foreign city, only one in
many has ever heaul of Kona cof
fee; and for the reason that our
suppty has been so small that after
meeting the homo demand there has
been but little left for export. We
are hopeful, however, that the sup
ply of the future will greatly in
crease, and that coffee will become,
ere long, an important export. We
shall then need a foreign market ;
aud where we have found a market
for our sugar, lice, and bananas,
we hope to find a market for our
coffee. The Pacific States and Ter
riloi ies have a consuming capacity
far greater than these islands can
possibly satisfy for manj' years to
come, whatever impetus may be
given to coffee culture here. In the
meantime it is well that tho people
over there should be made familiar
with the quality of the article the
islands produce, thus creating a de
mand. And it is gratifying to know
that a step lias been already taken
in this direction. Mr. T. K. Moore,
formerly with Messrs. May & Co.,
of this city, lias established himself,
in company witli others, as a gen
eral merchandise broker, at No. 2G
California street, San Francisco,
making Kona coffee a specialty. Mr.
Moore repoits that his efforts, bofar
as they have extended, to bring the
article into favor in San Francisco,
have been successful. Samples fur
nished to grocurs,and tried by them,
have, in every case, resulted in or
ders; and thu small shipments re
ceived from hero have been quickly
disposed of. Mr. Moore is of opin
ion tint in tho course of time the
demand for island coffee can bo
made general in Sun Francisco.
rfMIEKE -will bo a meeting of the
JL Htiaugcis' I'lleud Society at the
Parlors of tho Y. M. O. A., on WED
NESDAY AFTEKNOOX, at 3:S0. A
full attcudauee ib desiied for the Irans
actlou of lmjiortuut business. fi'.il) It
,It. TiY. OLAPPEH has taUen man-
iX (igcmcnt of tho Woodluwii Dairy
& Stock Co. Air. John Grace leslgncd.
W. O. SMITH,
Seeretaiy W. D. & S. Co.
Honolulu, .luly 1, 18'JO. 59t 3t
AT a meeting of shareholder of tho
Hawallin Paeltlo Cable Co. held
on Juno 10, 1BD0, at thu ollleo of J. A.
Jlagoon, attorney, Honolulu, II. I.,. I.
Sherman Bartholomew was elected to
tho ollleo of Treasurer, to succeed Hon,
Frank O. Dudley leslgncd.
J. SUEJlMAN BABTHOLOMEW.
6PD 3t X'resldent t!c Trcnsurcr,
Auction Salos by James F. Morgan.
Horses i him
On TiniMSDAY, July 10,
XV l-i O'CLOCK SOOS.
By order of Rev. Vf. C. jlonitt, la front
ol my Salesroom, Queen street. 1 will
sell at Public Auction the following
Horses aud Carriages:
1 Lafly's SADDLE HOUSE,
a Horse, biofcon lo dilve double;
1 1-yoav Old Colt,
1 Fhactuti, lu gdod order;
2 Large Omnibusses,
1 Side Saddle,
1 Mexican Saddle,
ets Harness, Etc., Etc.
JAS, F. SIOHG-AJT,
Clearance Auction Sale
And Jlorcltantlisu !
l$y order of Mil. C. AFONQ I will sell
nt Public Auction at his oillee,
On FRIDAY, July IKli,
AT lO O'CLOCK A. 31.,
Jjbouy Tables & Chain,
Champhor Wood Tiinil.i.
2 Large Show Oases,
1 Handsome Koa Oilice Table,
Leather Covered Sofa it Chairs,
12tc., Etc., T.te., Etc.
Exeouior Trustea's Sale of
Ky .IheeUou of UKClt. BKOWX, Es
ceutnr & Titisteo of the Last Will anil
Testament of Philip Milton, dreea-eil,
I am directed to sell at Public Auction,
On SATURDAY, August 2nd,
AT lO O'CJLOUK. A. .,
At the Farm IIoue in Palolo Valley.
Honolulu. Oahu, all tho following
deseiihed J'ropeity, suitable
for Jtuueli purno-cs :
1st All that land containing an area
of Aifiiy, acies and situate in Kipaluilu
a ml Wiiiulae-iM, DMi let of Kona, Oaliu,
ami being the saniit pieini'cb l-oiim-miI
to the said J'hilip Milton by t!ie Tfns
tee.s of tho Estate of V. C. l'.unaliln.
2nd All that land cout Jiniujr an ari-a
of nine neic Mtiuite iu Palolo Viilli-y,
and being the fame pjciulscd eonveveil
to thu said Philip Milton by UiohU
Sherman. Tills property has a large,
rc-eivolr upon it, which suppliH tits
lower lauds with water lor nee cut h.i-
tion, the lvaeivolr is ISO fathoms squ.ire
and has a deptli of 1 1 feet, and eot In
tins neighborhood of 910,000.
!(rd All that land containing an area
of ISO acres and situate at Kipahulu,
Oahu, 'I'uc two laiger tracts in Kipa
hulu and ralalae-ikl are lenced with
good stone walls and wire fencing di
vides them from pioperty now in pos-f-esMonofD.
P. fhcubeig and used for
Also at, the same time aud plare the
Lease from Trustees of Bishop Estate
of Waahlla, 800 acies, ye.itly leutal
200, lease exphes August, 1800.
I.t'u-e fiom S. Kawal nlid Iekatii of 2
plccci of laud in Waiamau aud KeMo
'i acres, yearly rental 2J, lease ex
pires lu August, 1801).
The lands of Wnaliila 4S0 acies aio
now bringing a rental under an agiee
nient with Portuguese of 8100 a year.
Theie aic about S aeics of taro almost
ripe which will bo sold with the land
upon which It Is gi owing
'J ho income fiom Changes, Limes,
Coffee, Eto , aud Pasturage have
amounted to about 8100 a year.
The proneity abovo set forth liuvu a
l.iboror's house, slaughter house aud
other outbuilding upon them, and 2
Also at tho same time and place about
400 Head of Cattle,
00 Mlleh Cows. Seven Pair of WoiMng
Oxen, also 5 Uoiscs, 0 Mnies and -'
Colts, Ox Catt, Saddles tun! Bi idles,
Yokes, etc , etc.. and other utcnslU anil
property ued upon a well appointed
tar The Property can bo Inspected at
any time. Vw t ui therpaitloulars apply
JA.S. F. BIOKGVN,
Or, to Cncii. Bkdwk,
Executor & Trustee, BS0 lm
JULV 8, 1890.
RICHARD A. HcCTCSDY, President.
tzS' For f (ill particulms apply lo
IV It J
Fresh Gekes5 Pies, Buns, Roils,
Jumbles, Coffee Cakes, Crackers,
gST And will bo DEUVEKEi) KliEK of OliARGE to any
Coffee, Tea, Chocolnte & .Milk,
Smaks, Chop.), KMi, Ham & Egg",
B3r JJiEiiiei iroin Al:i50 ax. m. to 1 i. ski. ,S3S
Solo Proprietors of
TAHITI s LE1OHA0E,
Qlnenr Me, Hop Ale, (Mm, lasjriaflB, Sariprl,
Ktd nl '
H S -v4
Has jufct reei'lved a U'nAx lot of
Ha I American
G VT2 S"J
(jlho us .i call.
iik is,' u J : fc. a
MM ; M Ai w
Kc, SQ fluuai.u St. 1 t). Ui. 237.
Boot and Shoe Store.
Having had 10 jvars rwcpeilenro in
the business, I ain piepatcd to iiiauii
factuie to order tashionablo hand
sowed Ladles' & Gentlemen's Boots &
Shoes. Also, French & Amcilcan Boot
& Shoos received by oveiy steamer.
Pi lees leasonable. I solicit your pat
lonuge. C94 Urn
A X Unfurnished 2 or 3
at this ottlee.
WANTED at ONCE !
eg, a A COrPAGE wllhln two
S'Sl XX or three hloeks fioin
the comer of Fort and Hotul
sticets, suitable for three gentlemen for
housfkeeping. Addiess ''P. O. Box
No. 21)7." G90 tf
110USIC with 7 rooms
and bath, mi tho cor
ner of Beietania mid Peua-
eola streets. Cais pass the door. Ap
plv at this ollleo. r.Bl if
TO IjET or LEASE
rpiIE Residence of Mrs. A.
i a. Long, lu Pauoa Vallov.
1 Apply to
01 King St., over J. pott's store.
TO RENT or LEASE
rpiIAT deslrablo PrcmUea
X ou Foit street, In tho
'Olclneruv Blonk." recently
occupied hy J, Jf . S. Williams, Btiitabli)
for ollleo or stoio. For Information
apply to oilice Union Irou "Works, Es
plauado, or to
650 Hn ,T, N. H. WILLIAMS,
1 LU V
ISbUKO BY TUB
CJ vk IV 8.7 rJP Ft EISrl
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EV"! fA El H E AfjH tbni III n wT
A1AVAYS ON HAND AND TO OliDEll
iroiKi 11:30 ax. m
MAN IJPACTUKBRS OF
mul order? shotiltl ,bo adtlrosspd lo
BENSON, SMITH & CO.,
Having reiiKt'il out'
SOU A W0IIKS
O IT'OffX' JSr3C,K.E2ET9 v
(Mear thu Custom Iloiise)
U'e me now pitpiuiil lo tuinish at frhort notice, and of prime qualify, any
of tin- lullowinB High Class Aerated Peveinges:
din Uwoot 1 cm an
urn, uwuui, uiimuu. i)
f-ta-saparilln, Ssrsapavilla & Iron Water, and Crab
PsiiiR OA.lu,iely the HYATT PURE WATER SYSTEM.
FI&URED INDIA SILKS !
TH'B;'i,AIiaEST and JIOST COMPLETE STOCK OF
FANQiFIGURED INDIA SILKS I
gflT No. 2 Patterns ulll.-o. Fnphlonublo Dressmaking upstairs JgB
Without u Itival iu Price & Quality !
Oue-thirlijo.PrioQ of tho Hoyal !
'f; i& Every Houaokooper Should Use It !
g&" A Saving of 3U Per Cent in Cost and Quality tho Very Best. f$
SPECIAL RATES TO JOBBERS.
Dr. A. Hi;,OARTEIt
HAS icmoved.hls ofllce to No. 3.1
Beretauia,! between Foit aud
Nuuanu streets?? 'Ofllce hours : a :S0 to
1 A. m., and''to i, and 7 to 8 r, m.
Mutiml Telephonp Np, aos, 570 lm
Agent, for the llawoilnn Islands.
pail of tho city. Jf
Stews, Soured Tig'n Feet, Etc.
& IRON WATER,
to inoro commodious quarters at
Mineral film, Etc.
Ghas. J. FSSHEL'S,
Leading Milliuery House, Corner Fort & Hotel sts.
HF.WRY DAVIS & CO., ?
Exelusivo Agents for tho Hawaiian Islands.
Dr. A. LDTZ
XX7 ILL have ofllco hours from
1 8 lo cV'
No. 83 5
if a. m. and 4 to or, m.. at
Beretauia, between Fort and Nuuanu
streets. Mutual Telephone Nos, 302
and 170, 570 lro
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