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'Your name must lie registered on
the List of Voters foi Rcpicscnta
tives. The name only being on the List
of Voters for Nobles will not entitle
the person to vote for Representative.
Examine the Voting Lists and im
mediately cause your name to be
entered on the Representative Vot
ing List by the Inspectors.
Voters for Nobles now on the Noble
List must also have their names
registered on the Representative
Voting List and Register. Many
names of Voters for Nobles on the
List published and on.thc Register
arc not now on the Representative
Voting List or Register.
. , C. N. SI'KNCER,
Minister of the Interior.
January 13, 1892. 310 ldt
Permission is hereby gianted to the
Chinese iet.i(lriits of Honolulu and
submits to lot oil lire eiackorh on the
days, and during the hour specified
below for the celcbiation of their New
Yeai's Day, to wit :
From Thurcday, Jan. 28, at 2 ). in.,
till Friday, Jan. 29, at 10 p. in. On
Saturday, Jan. 30, from G a. in. to 10
p. m. On Monday, Feb. 1, from G a.
in. to 10 p. in.
No fire crackers to be let oh" in any
slicct or except in private yards, and
thon only in boxes or other suitable
containorh to pieveut the possibility
No bombs will btyullowed to be used
within the Fire Limits of the city.
District and Police Justice of Hono
lulu. Approved :
Chas. 1$. WII..-OK,
Marshal of the Kingdom.
Honolulu, Jan. 27, 1S92. IWO 5t
In accordance with Sec. 1 of Chap
tei XXVII. of the Laws of 18SC.
All persons holding water privileges
or those paying water rateb, aie here
by notified that the water rates for
the term ending June 110, 1892, will
be due and payable at the ollice of the
Honolulu Water Works on the ihut
day of January, 1892.
All such rates remaining unpaid for
fifteen dajv after they are due will bo
subject to an additional 10 per cent.
Rales are payable at the ollice of
the Water Works in the Kapuaiwa
building. JOHN C. WHITE,
Supt. Hono. Waterworks.
Honolulu, Dec. 28, 1891.
Honolulu, H. I., Dec. 2, 1891.
Holders of water piivileges, or thoto
paying water rates, are hereby noti
fied that the bonis for uting water for
irrigation pin poses are from 0 to 8
o'clock a. ji,, and -1 to G o'clock i i.
until further notice.
JOHN O. WHITE,
Supt. Honolulu Water Works'.
C. N. Sl'KNCEK,
Minister of the Interior.
. Makriiaih OlTIOK,
Honolulu, ILL, Jan. 28, 1892. J
All Special Commissions issued
fioni thib Department healing date
prior to Apiil 1, 1891, ire hoiuby can
celled, and tho holdcis are l ('quested
to return them immediately to this
ollieo. OHAS U.WILSON,
Maishal of the Kingdom.
Approved : -
W. AlIhTIN WlUl'INO,
W. E. K. Muikiii, Esq., has this day
been appointed an Agent to Grant
Marriage Lieeiibes for the District of
Makawao, Island of Maui.
O. N. SPENCER,
Minibtei of Inteiior.
Interior Oflice, Jan. 28, 1891.
J no. S. Sniithiob, Esq., linn this day
been appointed an Agent to Grant
Marriage Licenses for tho District of
North Kobala, Island of Hawaii.
0. N. SPENCER,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Office, Jan. 28, 1891.
r ii .t-i
Plalt;al to nntArr Srct nor Party,
Hut fttabliOtctl for the brntlit of all.
SATURDAY, JAN. 30, 1892.
And Mr. Waterhousc still persists.
In the face of the objections to bis
candidature of such men as Hon. C.
R. UMiop, Hon. J. O. Carter, Messrs.
C. M. Cooke, V. "V. Hall, and
others of the party from which he
hails, he persists in running against
a ticket that had been generally ac
cepted as a representative one in the
conservative interest. He persists
chielly by virtue of the fitful and fan
tastic backing of the Advertiser. His
reward will be humiliation for him
self, if not damage to the best inter
ests of the country.
Many people would like to hear
from the candidates on the question
of the constitutional amendment re
gaiding legislation on the labor ques
tion. When it 'passed at last session
it was deemed in as good form as
could be devised. Certainly it is all
that can be obtained now without
waiting two years more. There has
been talk about its being inadequate
to its purpose. This talk may, how
ever, have been started by those who
do not desire the amendment in any
form. The electors may as well in
sist on its passage finally by the
coming Legislature. They cannot
get anything better within two years,
and nobody can assure them tboy
will get anything as good by waiting
The Advertiser seems to have set
tled down at last to a definite aim in
the campaign, It makes its fight
against Mr. Neumann on the National
Reform ticket for Nobles. The Ad
vertiser knows full w.ell that Mr.
Waterhouse cannot be elected, yet it
pits him against Mr. Neumann. Its
object is to defeat Mr, Neumann, even
at the price of electing a Wilcox fol
lower. This position it cannot evade
by the llimsy device of throwing res
ponsibility for the success of its ob
ject on the National Reform party.
That trick is simply a cunning em
ployment of an argument against its
previous position of supporting two
independent candidates, which it
could not answer on that occasion
but now dishonestly utilizes. Does
the Advertiser have the assurance to
make itself believe that any consider
able number of the Noble electorate
take slock in its spiteful assault on
Mr. Neumann? Brains are not such
a superfluous commodity in our Leg
islature that the Advertiser can place
a man and a legislator of Mr. Neu
niaun's ability under the ban of the
bodj' politic by its bull of excommun
ication. The greatest curiosity of
journalism evolved by the Advertiser
the past few da3's will be very com
monplace, it may safely be predicted,
beside the confession of its blunder
ing that will be due from it next
AN OPEN LETTER
To Mk. RouEitT W. Wilcox.
Honolulu, Jan. 29, 1892.
My Dkau Wilcox :
While your associate Ashford is
looking over a few questions and
the public awaits his replies I take
the liberty of giving you a few words
Let me at once assure you that the
advice is better than you have or
could ever receive from your present
Your fondness for appearing in
pi hit, and the general all round eon
temptibihty of your political record,
have rather disposed me to pass you
over in silence than to attract the at
tcntion of decent people to you.
A slight incident at the Armory
meeting the other night, however,
weighs the balanco in your favor and
you will get the advice and may
you benefit by it.
It was at your attempted meeting
outside the Armory while "Boodler"
Dillingham and the "Missionary
gang" were holding forth on the in
side. Your worthy leader had been
ranting away to a lot of your open
ja.wed followers about the deadly
Missionary, and the insidious wiles
of the railroad builder until the
crowd got sick and choked him off
with cries for "Wilcox I" "Wilcox!"
You arose, and, pointing at once
towaids a ciowd of noisy opponents,
cried out in English: "Don't be
Missionary hoodlums try and be
Missionuiy gentlemen. " A smile of
enjoyment at your own wit played
upon your lips, and for a moment
you looked quite a gentleman, and
certainly the supeiior of the shiftless
loafers about you. The snarling,
ranting, lying, treacherous dose that
had been received by the crowd wus
for a moment forgotten.
A man who can look the gentleman
once, friend Wilcox, can look it, and
not only look it, but be it always.
The stuff is in him. It rests with
himself to bring it out.
You have started off wrong you
are partly to blame and Gibson the
rest. You were educated at the ex
pense of this Government, but so far
thti oced sceths lo have fallen In very
poor soilsoil that sprouts big1
weeds, big empty cabbages, but
nothing substantial or useful.
Your head swelled to such large
dimensions while in Italy, that when
you came back you wanted the king
dom and have been wanting for it
ever since. They tell mo now, how
ever, that you are willing to divide
with Ashford, and possibly a few
The time will come, my boy, when
your wants will be so small, and
your head will have so shrunk that
you will be willing to turn in and
earn an honest living. And now
we have reached the point of my
story: Go to work. My dear fel
low, you talk about making now
Constitutions, dividing up other peo
ple's lands, establishing paper cur-
icncy, and doing all kinds of non
sensical things with a gllbness that
is amusing. You can't do it. It is
all rot, and if you think you can it
only pioves that you are simply an
What 'do you know about making
Constitutions? Why put you, Ash
ford, Ross, Malic, Thomas and Gay
at work making Constitutions, and
in a week you would all bo making
brick for Thomas, catching fish for
Malic, or punching cows for Gay.
An element is needed for making
Constitutions which doesn't exist in
the crowd bruins; straight brains,
not crooked brains. So, my boy
Uo to wow.
If you really know anything about
military matters, go to Guatemala or
Chile. But if you are man enough,
you can find work enough here. Even
the "Missionary Gang" would give
you a show if you went about it in
earnest and showed that you were not
afraid of work. Between you and
me, u fellow who is afraid of work is
generally a poor hand to luce gun
You don't really take much stock
in this man Ashford, do you? Why,
no "haole" in this country hates the
"kanaka" as much as Ashford does.
He hated you openly and above board
before the revolution of 1887, and,
to show his opinion of your courage,
it was his open boast that fifty white
men could "wipe all the d ned ka
nakas off the Island." He despises
you all now, and just as soon as he
is done with you somebody will fall
into the soup. You arc no longer a
leader. You have boen tried and
found wanting. Ashford is on tiial
now. Give him a fair show, but keep
an eye on him.
Above all thou poor, restless,
misguided foolish - ? shake off
your bad companions and heed the
advice of the sage.
AN ASHFORD ADVOCATE.
Mr. Thos. Wright warmly advo
cates the election of Mr. Ashford,
and argues that all "white" mecha
nics should vote for him in prefer
ence to Mr. Dillingham. Mr. Wright
says that the profits of the planters
must be cui tailed ; that they are fill
ing the country with slave labor that
will eventually banish all white
mechanics. Mr. Wright expresses
deep sympathy for the aforesaid
mechanics. The wages of wagon
makers in Honolulu range from $4.50
to 85.00 per day. Mr. Wright em
ploys only the descendants of plan
tation laborers at very low wages,
thus competing with other shops that
employ skilled white labor. He em
ploys no kanakas. Query : Are Mr.
Ashford's expressions of "aloha" for
the downtrodden native and the while
mechanic as sincere as the political
clap-trap of Mr. Thos. Wright?
Hon. R. W. Wilcox illustrated
Ins cowardice, at a meeting last
night, by stating behind my back
that I had retired as candidate for
representative in the fifth district.
I wish to repudiate that statement as
it is false. He advanced a proposi
tion to me to retire, but I scorned it.
I will run as representative for the
fifth district, Wilcox notwithstand
ing. J. A. Kaiioonei.
THERE IS NQwTbETTER.
Dr. R. L. St. John of Ilowland,
Putnam county, Missouri, take's es
pecial pleasure in recommending
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, be
cause he knows it to be reliable. He '
has used it in his practice for several
years, and says there is nono better.
It is especially valuable for colds and
as a preventive and cure for cioup.
This most excellent medicine is for
sale by all dealers. Benson, Smith
& Co., agents.
When you want a Portrait
Enlarged call on King Brow,,
get their price llHt and Hce
Maniples'. They can't bo beat.
MISS N, yod GERICfiTEN,
SPisviiisfc Ac Soloimt
Teaches tho Higher and Lower Rudi
ments of Miibic. Fur fiuther Informa
ilon IiKjiilie at Hawaiian News Oo.'s
Stole, or call Mutual Telephone 0(15.
I3AU SURE, wife of Amu .and Alan,
1 doing buttine-iS at Kiikulhaclu, in
dry goods and general niei-elmiulise,
under the linn name of Tan Yau & Co.,
huvu this d.iy sold their business and
hook accounts) to Hup llbig & Co, of
Honolulu, who will settle all accounts
due by the said Hi in, Tan Yau & Co,,
and to whom all debts due the said firm
must he paid. HOP UlNG&lO.
Honolulu, Doe. 1G, 1811. 82tt lw
FROM AND AFTER THIS DATE
Air. O J. McCarthy will collect all
my hills. II G. AlcGREW, M. D.
Honolulu, Dec. 31..181U. 308-1 m
The majority of well-read phyd
Icians now believe that Consump
tion is a germ disease. In other
words, instead of being in the con
stitution itself it is caused by innu
merable small creatures living in the
lungs having no business there and
eating them away as caterpillars do
the leaves of trees.
A Gorm The phlegm that is
coughed up is those
Disease. parts of the lungs
which have been
gnawed off and destroyed. These
little bacilli, as the germs are called,
are too small to be seeu with the
naked eye, but they are very much
alive just the same, and enter the
body in our food, in the air we
breathe, and through the pores of
the skin. Thence they get into the
blood and finally arrive at the lungs
where they fasten and increase with
frightful rapidity. Then German
Syrup comes in, loosens them, kills
them, expells them, heals the places
they leave, and so nourish and
soothe that, in a short time consump
tives become germ-proof and well.
Auction Sales by James 1'. Morgan.
On TUESDAY, Fob. lGlli,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. 31.,
I will sell at 1'ubllo Auction nt the.
Iron Warehouse of G. W. Macfarl.uie
& Co,, Queen street, the following
Distrained for non-payment of rent,
from the prcmibcs of the Union Iron
Works Co :
1 Mi-inch Lathe with chuck, gear
wheels, belts, wrenches, study lest,
fall plate, holder, turning and Uoi
1 Emory Wheel with countershaft,
pulleys, hangers, belting, shifter rod
1 Biass Worker's Lathe with chuck,
slide rest, eountor shafts and pul
leys, hangers, belting, turning and
boring tools, two dogs, s-hifter rod,
wrenches, lathe centre, lay screws
and brass lever.
1 IG-inch Lathe with countershaft and
pulleys, hangers, chuck, faceplate,
wi enches, study rest, socket wronch,
tool, post, gear wheels, shifter rod
1 G-inch Latho with counter bhnft,
study rest, gear wheels and wrench-
1 Mill Press with baseplate, counter
shaft with pulley, shifter rod, belt
ing, cone, shaft, pulley and fiame,
tied plate, handle and hangers.
1 '18-iuch Lathe with chuck and
slide rest, two tail pieces, two
clauips with bolts, belting, wrenches,
gear wheels, bevel pinion, hangers,
tool post, counter shaft with cone
and pulleys, study rest, chuck, slide
rest, boring and turning tools, two
lathe centres, one pipe centre, one
rest for cutting shafts.
1 Milling Machine with two han
gers, belting, shifter rod, counter
shaft mid pulley, wrenches, oil
boxes, gear head.
1 Shapor with two tables, bod plate,
countershaft and pulley, three
hungers, two shifting rods, belting,
one central, one rod, one gcai
wheel, tools, four bed plates.
1 Grinding Machine with counter
shaft, hanger and pulleys, belting.
2 Cases Tool.
jp0P"All abovo are complete and in
JAS. P. MORGAN,
AUCTION SALE OF
face oo Young St
On SATUKDAY, Fob Otli,
AT 1W U'OLIIVK NOOV,
At my Salesroom, Queen street, I will
sell at Public Auction, ,.
A Desirable Residence
On 'Young Street, at icar of icsl
dcuce of linn. S. 1'aiker.
The Lot has a frontago of 50 feet on
Youug street anil la 140 feet deep. There
New Dwelling House
On tho Lot eoiitahilnp l'ailor, 3 Bed
rooms, Dlninij-ieoiii, Panliy. Kitchen,
etc The gioumlh aie nicely planted
with Klowerb am Shade Trees. Water
laid on tluoimhmit.
1 Fur Inula; particulars apply to
JAS. P. MORGAN,
rnilK Very Desirable Kesl-
JL deuce located uu KInau
stieet near tho coiner of I'eu-
sacola btieet. iieently occupied by l
F. August Khleis. lloiiso contains par
lors, iihihig-iooin, Kitchen, three cham
bers, hathiooin, puniiy. veranda rooms
and ample eloeet space. Possession given
December 1st. Inquire at
HAWAIIAN UAKDWAItK CO.,
245 tf Foi tell eet, opp. SpieckelH,
Till: Maps and Descriptions of Lands
of Ills Into Majesty KalaKaua to be
sold at auction, am now 011 view at Mor
gan' auction loom, UK 20t
Plcturo Frames mndo to
order from latest styles of
mouldings. Innovation of
old pictures a specialty.
MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE GO.
HKJIIAUI) A. .UctJUUDY.
Issues Every Desirable Form
It has paid its members since its organization THREE HUNDRED AND
Its New Distribution Policy is the most liberal ever offered by
t& For full paiticulars apply to
AN OPPORTUNITY !
At tho request of a
number of our patrons,
we have concluded to
offer the services of our
artist, Mr. AV. Y. Itow,
as a nrnetical instructor
in Oil Painting and AJ,fa
tor Coloring, free of
Mr. Itow has been in
our employ for tho past
two years and we feel
confident that, by prac
tical demonstration, he
can teach bis pupil just
what he wants to know
in the matter of handling
colors, etc., without the
tiresome course usually
adopted by instructors.
For further particulars
DY vhtiic of a Wilt ot Kxcctition-
jL ibsued out of the Police remit on
the 22d day of January, A. I). 18!)2,
against H. Akt, defendant, in favor of
J Nott, plaintiff, for the sum of SoQ,7u,
1 have levied upon anil shall e.poe for
sale at tho Police Station, In the District
of Honolulu, Island of Oahu, at 12
o'clock noon, of WEDNESDAY, 'the
24th day of Fehruaiy, A. D. 1892. to the
highest bidder, all the light, title ami
interest of the said II. Aki, defendant,
In and to the following property, unless
said judgment, inteic-t, costs and" my
expenses be pieviously pdd.
List of piopeity for sale:
Plumber's and Tinsmith's Tools
For paitioulars iiiquhc at the Deputy
(Signed) (J. B. WILON,
Honolulu, Jan. 20, 16a2.
329 30t-5 3t
J. W. WINTEIt.SH., llOS. W. O. ISTC1I, Ml)., H(S.
WINTER & WINTER,
Olllec Motel St., opp. Y. M. C. A., ad
joining the Honolulu Libiary.
Branch Ollice, : : : 200 Kearny st., S. F.
LL Dental operations sUllully per-
formed at Ban Fr.mcco prices;
which arc 30 percent cheaper than Hono
lulu prleen; and If not as good as the
best Dentistry in Honolulu no chaigc
will be made. You need not go to San
Francisco for your Dentlstiy. Oiu meat
i eduction In pi Ices the cltlcns have de
manded, and we will supply the demand
vi: iiiiVK com: to 111:11 ais
IlQr" Call and get. prices ami save your
money. We letiirn our thanks to the
citicus of Hawaii, Maul and ICaual for
their liberal patronage anil solicit a con
tinuance of the same.
Orriuu llouits: 7 a. m. to (i v. m.
MRS. FLORENCE WILLIAMS
'Patriots,' 'Humes' & 'Saints.'
SATURDAY, Jan. 30tli.
TUESDAY, Feb. 2nd.
FRIDAY, Feb. 5th.
at -yxao i. m ,
Ooiii'bo TlokQt , S3. 50
single Admission SI 0Q
ONE Cottago to let on
I'liuchhowl street. En
quire of L. ADLKK,
i:t Kuuaiui et. hIiou btoie.
ASUITB of Furnished
K00111R with lial 111 onin
attached and conveniently
Apply ai this ollice.
II OUSK of G iooiiik, Kitchen
I and hithrooui, within
four inliiiifes' walk of the
1'oht Olllee. Kent SL'0 a mouth. Apply
at this ollice. 8i.'8 tf
Mchhth. King JJtoh. are
showing ti finu linu of Bnin-
boo mid oihor stylo L'arlor
j linsnls, "Wall Brackets ami
1 Window Cornices at prices
I to meet the times.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO,, L'd.,
N''W Goods by Lnte Arrivals I
Tools &. Implements,
Paints, Oils & Varnishes,
TURPENTINE, LUBRICATING OILS
OF THE BEST QUALITY.
(From I .Gallon to S00 Gallons).
fiffi" We are the only Authorized Agents for this article, and are
prepared to quote special prices for any quantity.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'd.
Dress Goods ! Dress Goods I
A FULL ASSORTMENT CAN BE FOUND AT
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Latest Dssips in Wmi nil Plaid Dress Goods,
All Wool Camclette in all Shades,
A FULL LINE OF COLORS IN
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AN IMMENSE ASSORTMENT OF
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General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
your purchases elsewhere.
35 Conts a Bottlo,
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.jjvJ.OO pop Dozen,
$7.00 per Dozen.
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