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Rut established for the benefit of nil.
WEDNESDAY, FEB. 17, 1892.
'L'lic way town lots went off to-day
indicates anything else than thnl
people generally believe the bottom
is falling out of things.
What's up? The Liberal mouth
piece is slobbering the Advertiser
over with fulsome eulogy. Ka Leo
is in a liuny showing its party's
Now that the election is over Ka
Leo is able to compliment Her Maj
esty upon her scheme of opening
Crown Lands to settlement. The
Libei al organ could not do this before
election because the Liberals were
Hying to get votes by promising gen
, erously to divide up the Crown
1'ii vales in the German aimy are
to bo emancipated from the cruel
domineering of subordinate olllccrs.
l'lic day of the maitinet, militaiy or
civil, is about at an end in civilized
communities. Common civility at
least is to be expected of those in
authority, both toward their subordi
nates and the public to whom they
They have been having a lively
time in the German parliament over
the Emperor's favorite education
bill. The account says that the
scene was like a "bear-garden." II
the Hawaiian Legislature ever drops
into any Kind of a "lime," one hears
on all sides that the countiy is "not
ill for self-government," etc. Is it not
time that our people gave the conn
tiy of their birth ami adoption the
ci edit thai is unquestionably its due?
There is not a country in the world
whose elections and legislative ses
sions are conducted in a more dccoi
ous, seemly and orderly fashion than
It was feared that thcie would be
some diiliculty in certain cases over
the election of Road Boards, from
the iact that they aie for taxation
districts instead of Repiesenlative
election districts. The only trouble
licaid of, however, is that in Noith
Kona el&cwbeie described. In view
of the laws governing the election
for the Legislature and that for the
Road Boaids, it Tould be a hasty
assumption to say that anybody con
cerned has blundered. The law
ct eating elective Road Boaids oiders
that ''the election shall in .ill respects
be cairicd on and proclamations
made as is now or may hereafter be
piovided for by the geneial election
laws of the kingdom." Again the
same law provides, that, "Whenever
more than one taxation district is in
cluded in any election district the
-voting for the members of the Road
Boards for such taxation districts
may be held in such voting place or
places within said election district as
the Minister of the Interior may
The condition just desciibcd and
provided for in the foiegoing quota
tion is the condition of the two
Konas in Hawaii. And the Minister
of the Interior by pioclamation de
signated the polling pluces for Road
Boards in North Kona and South
Kona. The polling places for Road
Board voters of North Kona were to
lie at the Kalaoa schoolhouse (first
precinct) and at the Ilolualoa church
(second precinct for the general elec
tion). Other things being piovided
foi, then, tiic Inspectors for the sec
ond precinct would have no light to
refuse voters from other precincts,
living in the taxation disti let of North
Kona, the privilege of voting for
Road Board. The polling place for
tlie South Kona Road Board was pro
claimed to be at I'opopiia schoolhouse
(third precinct for the general elec
tion). This fact will explain the
fact, elsewhere reported, of there
having been no ballots or list of can
didates for the Noith Kona Road
Board in tho thiid precinct. Had
there been a contest for Road Board
in South Kona, which it appears
there was not, doubtless there would
have been a list of candidates and
From the foregoing statement of
facts, tliciclore, the question is nar
rowed down to the point already
hinted ut, namely : Were other things
provided, in addition to the proclaim
ing and designating of polling pluces,
which would make it tho duty of the
Inspectors of cither the (list or sec
ond precincts of all Kona, at whose
fatations the Minister diiectcd the
voting for tho Noith Kona Road
Hoard to take piaco, to icceiveund
record the votes of residents of that
luxation district who might present
themselves? It lias been shown that
the election of Road Boards has to
bo conducted in all respects llko that
of the election of members of the
Legislature, with one exception im
matciial to the question herein dis
cussed. Well, one respect in which
the Legislature election is conducted
is that of a strict rcgisttation system.
The ucncial election law provides
most elaborately for the production
of authentic lists of oteis for Nobles
and representatives, and when all
is done such "corrected roll or list
shall be Ihe ollleial electoral roll or
voting list for such election and the
only authority for permitting any one
to vote at such election." This
seems to bind the Inspectors down
to their lists for all sorts of voters
including oven those for Road Board.
For how aie the Inspectors to know
whether a voter from outside of their
precinct belongs to this, that, or
another taxation district, so as to
entitle him to vote for Road Board?
A simple provision seems to be lack
ing in the Road Board law cither to
have furnished to Inspectors in such
cases a list of persons belonging to
other precincts, yet having their
polling place for Road Board
in this one ; or else authorize Inspec
tors of other precincts to certify
voters who cannot vote for Road
Board in such other precincts over
to the Inspectors in charge of the
polling place where they may vote
for Road Board as duly qualified
electors. The Kona trouble would
appear to be due to such an omission
in the law, but all the same a new
election should be hi order for the
Noith Kona Road Board. In the
case of a special election for the
Board alone, provisions could prob
ably be made to secure the privileges
of the hundred who lost them at the
general election. "
PROTEST FROM KONA.
What aie we going to do about it?
lleie in North Kona District over
one bundled properly registered
voters were not allowed to vote for
the Road Bo.ird. Surely jt was not
a conspiracy ! The Minister of Inte
rior ought to explain. Tho late elec
tion cannot be held a legal one. Are
we to have a new election, and better
olllcials put in charge? We ought
to. Apropos of the Board as elected
Nahale the Sheriff is all right.
The other two know how to make
roads or spend money about as well
as who? Why, a nobody. Further
in regard to J. K. Kcalaumkule. He
is post-master, Government land
rigent, agent for the homestead lots,
besides having been tax assessor for
the past two or three ye.ics. He has
quite enough of Government posi
tions, and should not be on the Road
Board. It was no surprise lie polled
the highest in his own neighborhood.
He certainly does not look after the
homesteads ; so far as lie is concerned
the law is a mere dead letter, neither
fencing nor other improvements be
ing done on seveial of the lots. The
above all speaks for itself. As to
his management of the loads during
the past few years, the roads tell
their own tale. It is surely great
folly to pay a man S I a month for
going over a mile or two of a bullock
trail, leading Ins mule or donkey,
mei ely to throw a loose rock out of
the way. Make passable roads ilrst;
then take care of them. So far as
Konn A k:ui is concerned the canto
niers will not work. Just how many
cantoniers aie paid H per month for
going over the tiails I do not know.
This I do Jcnow, the roads are no
better in general than they were ten
3'ears ago. No wonder Kona Akau
remains in an undeveloped' state.
North Konn. Hawaii, Feb. 15,
RAGING ON AN ISLAND.
Detroit, Feb. A. Edwore II. Gill
m.in, William Gillman and G. I'ow
aid Barnes to-day purchased Des-chicc-shos-ka
island, or Fighting isl
and, as it was called previous to last
season, for 8100,000. It is nine miles
below the city and comprises nearly
3000 ucrcs. In addition to a hotel
and clubhouse, built by the same firm
when the' leased the island, a full
mile track will be built there for
1803, when a two weeks' running
meet will be held at the close of the
Washington Park meeting in Chicago.
Horses must come through here to go
East, and they expect to seem e large
entiy lists. An international derby
valued at 810,000 will be tile tiiiuuul
l)n. McLknnan, tho well-known
specialist of San Francisco, Old., re
cently armed here with his family,
lias opened offices at No. 31 Richards
sheet, opposite the Royal 1'ulaco.
The Doctor has liuii fifteen years of
unprecedented success at the Bay
City, having among his patients
many of our leading citizens to whom
ho can now refer.
Tho Doetor'H specialty is the treat
ment of all uhrouie, difficult and lin
gering dUeut.0, and ho invites all bo
afllieted to visit him. Refers by por
niisMon to Mr. J. T. Waterhoiibo, Sr.
Medical and buruieul elect! ioitv a
speciulty. ,';H Jm
CARD OF THANKS.
Mr. and Mrs. E. Ilait wisli to pub
licly thank those who kindly con
tributed flowers and otherwise as
sisted at the funeral of the late Mrs.
Tim WronK Committed on One linn
rtrcil Voters In Konn.
About one hundred voters in Kona,
Hawaii, were at the late election de
prived of their lawful privilege of
voting for the Road Board. The case
may bo better understood by the fol
lowing diagram :
NORTH AND SOUTU KONA SIXTH REr-
North Kona :.E to '. South Kona
Taxation : 8 .5 1 Taxation
and ; ; and
Road Board '.'s u '. Road Board
District, is . District.
The middle line shows the division
between North and South Kona. Tho
dotted lines show the outer limits of
the third precinct, as laid off for
Nobles and Representatives. It will
be seen that the precinct is made up
of part of North Kona taxation dis
trict and part of South Kona taxation
distiict. The law creating Road
Boards prescribes that one shall be
elected by each taxation district.
The polling places were, however, all
fixed for convenience in voting for
members of the Legislature, so that
as seen in the diagram the third pre
cinct is carved out of two Road Board
constituencies. There wcro neither
lists of candidates nor ballots for
Road Board provided at the polling
place of the third precinct. There
fore no votes for Road Boatd were
received there. Then, when North
Kona voters went over to the second
precinct to exercise their lawful priv
ilege, as "qualified voters" of tho
"taxation district," they were not al
lowed to show their noses over the
The South Kona voters of the pre
cinct had no interest in the matter.
There was no contest in South Kona,
as there were only three candidates.
In North Kona, on the contrary,
there was much electioneering with
attendant excitement. An intelli
gent correspondent in this issue
strongly criticises the elected Bqard,
and questions whether it is a legally
elected body. This expression of
opinion would indicate that a real
wrong lias been inflicted on tho dis
trict, by the dcpiivation of a hun
dred voters of their right to partici
pate in the election of the Road
THE SANDWICH ISLANDS.
On the map of the Pacific Ocean
tho Sandwich Islands look like little
dots, and yet they are a nation with
a Queen and are known to the world
as the Kingdom of Hawaii. As wo
understand it, those islands are a
paradise, and there Is nothing inap
propriate in their local name, "The
Paradise of tho Pacific." Every
once in a short period some newspa
per man annexes these islands to the
United States. We wish Hawaiians
would decide to. come into Uncle
Sam's fold ; we think ft would be
beneficial to them and to Uncle Sam
also. Hawaii could do well for itself
t it were represented in the Congress
of this country. If annexed thous
ands of Americans would make their
future home upon those beautiful isl
ands. The commerce and trade of
the islands would more than double)
and the inhabitants would get rich.
Some day they will fly the stars and
stripes and the sooner the better.
Orleans Coynty Herald, Albion, N.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'D.
DOOR MATS. DOOR MATS.
Rubber, superior quality; lettered
"Aloha," "Welcome," and plain
(Gocoiuiut Mats, a desirable assort
ment. Steel Scraper Mats, practical, ser
viceable. " Call and examine our stock.
SKIPPED THE COUNTRY.
Mr. W. V. Lockwood, electrician
with E. O. Hall & Son, left .uncere
moniously the ptljer .day for Hawaii,
via Maui. A ropoiths been receive
that Mr. Lockwood had skipped by th'o
brig Lurline from Hiio. When his
brother, living in Honolulu, was ac
costed this morning with regard to
the mutter, lie confirmed the report.
Mr. Lockwood leaves many creditors
to mourn their accounts.
Auction Sales by Lowls J. Lovcy.
FIRE PROOF SAFE
On SATURDAY, Feb. 80th,
AT IK O'CLOCK MOO.V,
I will sell ut Public Auction at my Sales
room, 1 lu VUGE
MACHL & URBAN FIRE PROOF SAFE
LEWIS J. JLEVEY,
347 3t Auctioneer.
Mil. ALLEN HUTOI1IN80N holds
Ills classes on Wednesday and
Saturday at his fytudlo, No, 4 Adlor's
uveuiio, I'unphbowl street, opposite the
Queen's Hospital. 310 tf
Attorney at Law. Office in
Caitwrhdit Building, Merchant street,
Honolulu. feb ll-ua
I'M, riicct you at tho Brunswick,
ExtkL Mince Tics ot tho rtElilo."
Bunion Bujinkiir at Hobron, New
man & bo.'s. 3'lw
O. J. McCarthy has lots on Lililia
slrcot lor, salo. 3-tf
Buttok Holes niado to order at No.
4 Garden Lime. 7-tt
Thk Brunswick are the only Billiard
Parlors in town. G-tf
After shaving use Cucumber Skin
Tonic. Benson, Smith & Co., Agents.
The Pacific Hardware Co. announce
seasonable goods for tho muddy
SimnuRH relieved at once by Cu
cumber Tonic. Benson, Smith & Co.,
Havk your children vaccinated.
Fresh vaccine virus at Hobron, New
man & Co.'s. 3-lw
L. J. Lkvkv will tell a fireproof
eiifo at auction ut bis salesroom at
If you want to save tinio and
money buy your furniture, etc., at the
I X L, corner Numuui and King
lr0UNi the pluco to buy now and
second hand ilirnituro of all kinds at
low prices, the I X L, corner Nutianu
and King street. 5-2w
Dui.icious coireu and chocolato will
bo served every morning euily at the
Palace Ice Cream Parlors, Ludwigscn,
& Cron, Hotel street. 1-lf
Get your boots and shoes niado
and repaired by tho old Wniluku
shoemaker, L. Tommies, on East
Hotel street. First-class work, low
BnpnooM setB, wardrobes, ice boxes,
stoves, chairs, hanging lamps, rugs,
bureaus, chuflbniers, etc., sold cheap
for cash ut tho I X L, corner Nuuunu
and King street. 5-2w
Thk Equitable Life AsMiradce So
ciety of Hie United States piesents
some telling figures in lliiH issue. Mr.
A. J. Cartvrigt, ngent for the Ha
waiian Islands, promises tho 32d an
nual statement later.
Reckivkd. 14th Fcbiuaiy, per S.S.
Alameda for tho California Fruii
Market, Apples, Cauliflower, Celery,
Frozen Oynters in shell and in tins,
Potatoes, Onions, Nuts and Raisins;
albO 3000 Pineapple Plants, Smooth
Cayenne and Sugar Loaf varieties
for sale reasonable
C-3t P. G. Camaiunos.
Here is something from Mr. Frank
A. Hale, proprietor of the 'De Witt
House, Lewiston, and the Tontine
Hotel, Brunswick, Me. Hotel men
meet the world as it comes and goes,
and are not slo,w n sizing people
and things' up Tor1 jyhat they are
worth. ' He says thaj;' he Jias 'losjf a
father and several' brothers and sis
ters from Pulmonary Consumption,
and is himself frequently troubled
with colds, and he
Hereditary often coughs enough
to make him sick at
Consumptlonhis stomach. When
ever he has taken a
cold of this kind he uses Boschee's
GernVan Syrup, and it cures him
every titntj. Here jg a man who
knows the full danger of liing trou
t'les. and would therefore be most
particular as to the nkdic'uc he used.
What is his opinion ? Listen I "1
use nptbing but Boschee's German
Syrup, and have advised, I presume,
more than a hundred difleient per
sons to take it. They agree with
me that it is the best cough syrup
In the market."
Mlt.Il. C BARNFIELD holds classes
in Drawing and Palatini; at his
studio, Hotel stieet, back of Dis. Ander
son & Lundy. 841 tf
J. V. W1NTE1I,SII.,I)I)B. W. O. WNTi:il,MI., 1)1)8.
WINTER & WINTER,
Pljco Hotel St., opp. y. M. C. A., ad
joining Hie Honolulu Lllnary.
200 Kearny St., S. F.
ALL Den till operations slllfully per
founed at San Francisco prices;
which are 30 peicent cheaper tliau Hono
lulu prices; mid If not us good as the
best Dentistry hi Honolulu tin eliiuge
will be made. You need not go to San
Francisco for your Dentistry. Our gi eat
i eduction hi pi Ices the eltUcns have de
manded, and we will supply the demand.
tt'R HAVE COllli TO IIK.UA1 J
JBQy Call and get prices and save your
money. 'We letiiru our thanks to tlie
eltleii8 of Hawaii, Maul and Kauai for
their liberal patronage and solicit a con
tlnuuneo of the same.
Okfick Houns: 7 a. m. to 0 1, m.
W. T. MONSARRAT,
Qr Office at Hotel Stab'es, Hotel
street. Both Telephones 82. Besldeneo;
Mutual Tel. 01U. deo 10-01
MeHKrs. King1 Bi'OH. are
showing a lino line of Bam
boo and other stylo Parlor
EaselH, Wall Brackets anil
Window Cornices at prices
to meet tho times.
the mutual "LIFE INSURANCE CO.
ltlUHAltD A. ftcUUKUY,
Issues Every Desirable Form of Policy !
It has paid its members since its organization THREE HUNDRED AND FOUR MILLIONS OF D0LIARS,
Its New Distribution Policy is tho most llhcial ever offered by any lnsuianco Company.
t&r For full particulars apply to . '
P3 Jfc$. l-fiO!4 1C.
1-91 General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
Tlie M U
In His Boot!
An interesting incident oc
curred at ix wedding in Nyack,
N. Y., recently, says the Al
bany Argus. All went mer
rily until the bridegroom was
called upon to produce the
wedding ring. In- vain ho
felt in his trousers' pocket
for the indispensable article.
Nothing could be found ex
cept a hole, through which
the ring had evidently fallen
into his boot. "What was he
"Take your boot off," said
the parson. The suspense
and silence were painful.
The organist, at the domi
nie's bidding, began a ''vo
luntary." The young man removed
his boot, the ring was found,
also a hole in his stocking,
and the minister remarked,
evidently with more than the
peremony in mind, "Young
man, jt js time you were mar
ried." For appropriate Engage
ment or Wedding Kings, in
new ideas and odd shapes,
H. F. WICHMAN.
Al 0PP0RT1ITI !
At the request of a
number of our patrons,
we have concluded to
offer the services of our
artist, Mr. "W, Y. Itqw,
as a practical instructor
in Oil Painting and "Wa
ter Coloring, free of
Mr. Itow has been in
our employ for the past
two years and we feeb
COijfldonf, that, by prac
tical demonstration, ho
PiU) fen eh his 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
rpHIS sfockholdeis of tho Hawaiian
I, Atfileultiual Company will please
take iiotleu'tlmt a special iimetlnt; of tho
OoiiifariV-wllI bohijld t tjio oflleo of O.
ISiewcr&ru, Queen btilut.'o'n MON
DAY, Feb. 20, 181)2, at 10 A. m., to con
bUIui important business.
J. O. OAItTEH,
Secretary II. A. Co.
Honolulu, Feb. 15, 1802. 345 2w
rpilK stockholder) of the Haualel
X. Kui;ur Mill Compuny will please
take notice that u special meeting of the
Company will be held at the olllco of I!.
Hiower is Co., Qaeeu street, on MON
DAY, Feb. 21), mi, nt 11 o'clock a. m ,
to eonsldcr liupoitaiit busniQeb. ' '
Fecivtary II. S. M. Co.
Honolulu, Feb 16,1802. Ills 2v
Sausages ! Sausages !
lyitESU Bologna, Liver PuddhiR,
I1 IJlood PuUdliiK, Head Oheesu,
Frankfurt Sausage, Vienna Sauijpgo ami
Kno Pork Sausage always on baud and
delivered to order by
GEO. d! BOHKAEDJ5K,
182 Foic sticct, two doom above tho
per Mutual Tel, 710. rfi3 3m
ALL over ulna mouths' outstanding
aecouuts not paid befoio the 22nd
instant, will be placed in tho bauds of
my1 attorney, aud payment enforced.
m 8t OHAS. J. F1BI1EL.
THE REPORT ON
New York Life
Hew York State mpiriitmliiit of Insurance,
Published January 22, 1892, Shows:
Assets June 30, 1891, pur Superin
tendent's lteport, - - SI 20,710,690
Assets January 1, 1801, per Com
pany s Report, - - $115,947,809
Surplus June 30, 185)1, pur Supeiin-
tendent's Import. - $ 14 708,675
Surplus January 1, 1801, per Com
pany's Report, S 14,898,450
The above Surplus its shown by the Superintendent's
report is larger than that of tiny other purely mutual life
insurance company in the world.
Dress Goods ! Dress Goods I
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liiiiuunpi; B:urLiii;ii uyiuiy iunuiiy
The Agency for JAYfiOTS
FAMILY MEDICINES, so long
held by our house, has been
3 1-''transferred to Messrs. BEN
SON, SMITH & CO., to whom
'" i ' all orders should be sent.
. z, -Signed" " "n.
UATLE & COOKE.
Honolulu, H. I, Feb. 4, 1892.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'dL,
ftkw Goods by
P LA NTATIO N SU PPLI ES,
Tools & Implements,
Paints, Oils & Varnishes,
TURPENTINE, LUBRICATING OILS
OF TIIR BEST QUALITY".
(Fiom 1 Gallon to 800 Oallons).
i&" AVe are the only Authorized Agents for this attielo, anil are
prepared to quote sptcial prices for auy quantity.
PApI-FIC UAItPWAIUD CO., L'd,
OF NEW YORK.
0. (). BERGER,
General Aprt'nt Hawaiian Islands.
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