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THE EVENING BOLLETIN: ITOOI,nijn. M I.. THURSDAY, MAY 10. -a)0.
Call for the Organization of Republican
Precinct Clubs and the Holding of the
First Republican Primaries for the
Island of Oahu.
tfo the Voters of the Island of Oahu:
The time is approaching when you will be called upon to exercise the duties of American citizenship.
Experience has shown that such exercise is most effective in the ran''s of regularly org inied parties.
The national policy is swayed by two great parties, the Republican and the Democratic. A contention for
any great principle or desideratum without the sanction of one of these parties is practically useless. It
follows, therefore, that local requ rements can be best secured by bring confided to the to the advocacy of one
of the parties having the adv intages in the contest of its su )erior organization and its concerte I effort.
t onceding the advantages, nay, even the dispensability of these political parties, the propriety of
alliance with one or the other is at once apparent. The question of affiliation then narrows down to njchoice
The Republican parly stands for good government and progress and is to be credited with the remark
able commercial and education.il advancement of the United States since i860. It has ever been the cham
pion of freedom and manhood suffrage. It has advocated and maintained an honest coinage and issue of
money. It has ever been the friend of l.ibor a. id its wise protective legislation has resulted in benefits to
capital and labor alike, creating and fostering a community of interest between them. Its dignified foreign
policy has commanded the respect of the World at large.
Being a party of pronounced principles it has ever kept its pledges and has never deviated from
its upright course at the beck of mere expediency.
It Is the party of power and intelligence and is the safest medium for conserving the interests of this
1 hose who regard its past splendid history as a guaranty of its corresponding future destiny and who
desire to join its ranks are requested to enroll in the Republican Clubs of their respective precincts so as to be
ible to vote at the primaries of May 19th
Your co-operation is earnestly solicited to carry out the following
P LAN :
Hvery person intending to act with the Republican Party is requested to attend on Friday, May nth,
at 7:30 o'clock p. m., at the usual polling place or such other place within the precinct in which he resides as
may be designated by the temporary chairman for the precinct who has been appointed for the purpose of
organizing the club. Passed.
Upon being called to order, each meeting will appoint an Enrollment Committee whose duty it shall be
to immediately open a roll for signatures to the following declaration:
"The undersigned hereby declare that they are Republicans and that they intend to act with the
Republican Party " Adopted.
All persons signing such roll shall thereupon become members of the club together with such other
residents of the precinct as shall thereafter s'gn it. Adopted.
The meeting will then proceed to elect from among its members a permanent chairman, a secretary
and such other officers, ard take such further steps as may be necessary to effectuate a permanent organisa
tion of the club. Adopted. w
Each club will also appoint judges to preside at the first primary election. Adopted.
It will also be in order to nominate candidates for the election of delegates to the District Convention
tor which election primaries are to be held. Adopted.
The hnrollment Committee shall thereafter cause said roll to be kept open and available for signature
at some convenient place up to the time of the closing of the poll on May igtli. Adopted.
The poll shall be kept open at each primary from 4 0 clock p. m to 6 o'clock p. in. on said date, and
no person shall be entitled to vote thereat unless he shall have signed the club roll. Adopted.
Each precinct on the Island of Oahu shall be entitled to elect at such primary, one delegate to the
District Convention, except the second precinct of the fourth district, which shall be entitled to elect two
such delegates. Adopted.
Each delegate is required to be a member ot the club of the precinct for which he is elected. Adopted
Each delegate elected shall be entitled to receive a certificate of election from the judges of election for
his precinct. Adopted.
List of Precincts and Temporary Chairmen.
All that portion of the Island of Oahu lying east and south of Nuuana street and a line drawn in exten
sion thereof from the Nuuanu pal o Mokapu po nt.
F rst Precinct All that portion of said district lying east of Punahou street, and a line drawn jn (exten
sion thereof mauka and makai. J. A McCANDLESS, Temporary Chairman. nT'1" ji
Second Precinct All that portion of said district lying betsveen the westerly bound uy of the First
Precinc' and a line drawn as lollows, vi: From the foot of South street along South, K ng and Alapai streets,
and from the head of Alapai street to the Hag pole on the old battery on Punchbowl; thence to and along the
ridge on the easterly side of Pauoa valley to the summit of the mountain. J. A. GILMAN, Temporary
r- Third Precin t All that portion of said district lying between the westerly boundary of th Second
Precinct and Nuuanu meet, and mauka of School street and a I ne drawn from the juncton of School and
Pun hbnwl itrctts to the tlag pole on the old battery on Punchbowl. A. L. C. ATKINSON, Temporary
Fourth Precinct All that portion of said dMrijt bounded .by the Second and Third Precincts, Berc
tania anJ Nuuanu streets. C. L. CRABBE, Temporary Chairman.
Fifth Precinct All that port.on of said district bounded by the Second Precinct, Berctania street,
Richards street and th harbor. A. F. COOKE, Temporary Chairman. - "vJ T-t
Sixtli Piccinct All that portion of said district bounded by Richards street, Berctania jstreet, Nuuanu
street and the harbor. T. E WALL, Temporary Chairman.
Seventh Precinct All that portion of said district lying east and south of a line drawn from the
Nuuanu Pali to Mokapu Point. , Temporary Chairman. (To he filled by Chairman). Motion
GEO. WRIGHT, Temporary
IAUKEA, Temporary Chairman.
R. GILLILAND, Temporary
All that portion of the Island of Oahu lying west and north ot Nuuanu street and a lint- drawn in
extension thereof from Nuuanu Pali to Mokapu Point.
First Precinct Ml that portion of the District of Koolaupoko lying west and north ot a line diawn Irom
the Nuuanu Pali to Mokapu Point. r-KANr PAHIA, temporary ujatrman.
Second Precinct The judicial and taxation district of Koolauloa.
Third Precinct The judicial and taxation district of Waialua. C. P.
Fourth Precinct - The judicial and taxation district of Waianae.
Fifth Precinct All that portion of the judicial and taxation district of Ewa comprised in the lands of
Hoaeae and Hohouliuli. GEORGE F. KENTON, Temporary Chairman. tftss . -
Sixth Precinct All the remaining portion of the judicial and taxation district ot Ewa. FRANK
ARCHER, Temporary Chairman.
Seventh Precinct -All tlm portion of Honolulu or Kona lying makai of the King street road from the
Ewa l'ne to the King street bridge, and all mauka of said road from the Ewa line o the main road up Kalihi
valley. W. L. WILCOX, Temporary Chairman.
Eighth Precinct All that portion of Honolulu or Kona lying mauka of the King street road from the
main road up Kalihi valley to Liliha street, and a line drawn from the head thereof, in extension of the line of
Judd street, to and along the ridge forming the westerly border of Nuuanu valley. W. C. ACHI, Temporary
Ninth Precinct All that portion of Honolulu or Kona lying between the Eighth Precinct and Nuuanu
street and mauka of a line drawn along School street, the Nuuanu stream and Berctania street. GEO. R.
CARTER, Temporary Chairman.
Tenth Precinct All that portion of Honolulu or Kona bounded by King, Liliha and School streets, the
Nuuanu stream, Beret.miu and Nuuanu streets and the harbor. J. L KAUI.AKOU, Temporary Chairman
l-rancis J. Hcny,
Rooms 3 and 4, Love Building, Fort St.
1 a. L. C. Atkinson nnd a. F. Judd, Jr.)
ATKINSON & JUDD,
Counsel J or sat Law.
Offim over Dlaliup Ai Coa Dank, cor.
aanumanu nnd Merchant Streets.
C. M.OC1ANTS STEWART,
Oounu!ilor nt L:iv.
Progress Block opposite) Catholic
Church, Fort Street, Honolulu, II. I.
R. D. SILLIMAN,
108 Judd Building.
CHARLES F. PETERSON
V.fctornoy at Law and
,T. M. KANEAKUA,
.ttornoy and Counsellor al
Offlco: In tho Occidental Hotel,
jorncr of Kins nnd Alakca Strect3,
W. C. Achi. Enoch Johnson.
AOHI & JOHNSON,
Utornoys and Ooniiriolors
Office No. 10 West King Street.
F. M. BltOOKS.
ttorney at Law
SpTPCkcls Building. Fort Streot.
R. 4. MOTT-SMITH,
HAS MOVED TO THE JUDO
BLOCK, FOUT STItEET.
inrgeoDs, Physicians and Dentists.
Dr. F. E. Coudert,
OF NEW YORK,
fteretanla Street, opposite
iffice Hours: 9:30a. m. to 12 in.; 24
p. m.; 78 p. m.
ldence: EnRl-slde, Vineyard Street.
Discuses oj Children
V C. WALL, D. D. S.,
O. E. WALL, D. D. S.,
Lovo Building, Fort Street.
KourstUojI. Tclephono 431.
Dr. W. J.Galbraiih.
Practice limited to Surgery and
officii aid IUsidunoc. ltcrci.inij.inJ Aiaku su.
OHIClllOL'KS q to IO A M.. ,U, jt0 8l'.M.
R WALTER HOFFMANN.
EBUTANIA STREET, (opposite tho
I'elepnono G10 P. O. Box 001.
Offlco hours, 8 to 10 n. in.; 1 to 3
). m., 7 to 8 p. m. Sundays, 8 to 11 a. m.
DR. R. I. MOORE,
Ofllce; 202 Hotel Street
Offlco Hours: 9 to 12 and 1 to 4.
D. 60W(H HOGGINS.
OFFICE AND RESIDENCE, OEDQE
COTTAGE, corner Hotel and Illchard3
3troeta. Ofllco hours: 9 to 11; 2 to 4;
7 to 8. Tclephono 953.
DR. A. N. SINCLAIR
School Street, betweon Emma and Fort.
Hours: 9 to 10 a. m., 2 to 4 p. m.
I to 8 p. m.; Sundays, 9 to 10 a, in.
Supported by Voluntary Contributions.
FREE TREATMENT to tho Poor of
For Information as to cards of ad
nlBElon and to tho service, etc., etc.,
pply at the
In Mi mary.
Third Floor, Progress Block.
Subscriptions may bo left with J. F.
flacueld, L. O. Abies or Dr, Sloggott.
Real Esfalfl and Insurance.
Q "" w-m-w' wwmw
L,11hHJ and JhMKK
AGENTS FOR .
New England Mutual Life In
surance CO. OF BOfc TON.
tna Fire Insurance Company
HENRY ST. GOAR.
Members Stock and Bond Exchange.
AND DEALERS IN
Darilttta HntlAn lin miifliK njf ill. ai
Hwlln Sue" Slock.
Loam Ntutlltl, Ettttro tai Forflfn Slock,
403 California St.,
finn FrnnclHco, Col.
W. C..ACHI& CO.,
Brokers & Dealers
tW We will liny or be ileal fnUloli
Ul potts of tho gtonp.
t.7 Wo will Bell PropitIcH on IlfauMn
ible Commissions 1
3FFICE. 10 West King Stree,
Real Estate Broker.
223 MERCHANT ST.
Twelve Chlneno Granite
Post, ft each.
Proporty In tcmu.
UOUSHS TO LKT.
T. R. MOSSMAIS
Real Estate Agen,
Searcher of Titles . . .
Room 10, Sprcckcls Building,
fnllpellAn :l .nflrtllv Pmmnf p. .
nltt.inrn. No fee th.iroiM irnlN. mil-.
tinn I nnrtfl. . 1443
ROOM NO. 10, SPItECKELfl BLOCK
Plantation Work a Specialty.
WILLI AM SAVIDGE,
Stock and Bond Broker
MtmUr of Htwtlltn Stock Ectinr.
Mnlnernv Block. Fort Street;
OHAS. .T. EALK
Mcminn Honolulu Stock Kicliangt.
Itooui 301, Jiuld Ilillldlnp.
P. E. It. STRATJOII,
Real Estate Broker
FliwnulM AKni oiJ Collector.
No. 8 Iletliel St., nenr 1. O.
JOHN II. SOPER
Stock and Bill srifc
110 Merchant Sfrtot
A. J. CAMPBELL,
Stock and Bond Broker
Mimbr ol lb Honolulu Stock Eichaait.
Oflloo Queen etreot, oppo-tlto Union
TltsBoo m6 P o. B01 i.
112 Botkl Hnutirr.
KAPA. CALA11ASIIES, LEIS, NA
TIVE HATS. HULA SKIKTS, NHHAU
MATS, PANS, SHELLS, SEEDS, Etc.,
HOMEMADE POI, constantly on band.
PRINTING CO., LTD..
-WILL OCCUPY UP STAIRS,-
Cor, Fort and Queen Sts.
FIjE JOB pINTlNlj
.At Reasonable Prices
Maifc Is and 'irocers.
108 KING STBEET.
Q. J. 'rVAMiEii, : : Managed,
Wbolcaalo nnd Kotail
Nvl 0runc8, Lemons,
DrletlJFruIt, Ranch E&&S,
Butter, Cheese &c.
J. R. MILLS
Miirolii niiwk. Klntr street.
Hivo boon Mcr'llti'd thnt yi nnd I
might nt t bo ilullulmiM LewU' Own
Curo Hams mid Urenkfast lUoon.
LEWIS & CO.,
relephone zao. 1 1 1 Fort Sl.
r.l.pbooii m56 It j6 p. O. Bot T
V ". BEKKti, : mananr.
- DiPRDll RollcclioDS a Specialty
Visitors are cordially invited to
call and inspect our gallery of life
size royal photos, from Kamehameha
I. to date.
At tho Old Stand
On Fort Streot ::
His foumi-r Location, Corner
I;0RT AND CHAPLAIN LANE.
And Is now prepared to supply every
Sprays, Bouquets, WeddliiR and Funeral
ucsiuiis cxrciuru on Mion nonce.
A large variety of Roses and oilier plant
PINKE & CO.,
I)(iiit Ollk'o. Slii'rlilnu htroet, near
Iii'li iHM.diMici) Par It.
Town Ollk'C, Kurt ntruet, opiHixItu
'IK I,. NO. 00l.
Delivered twice dally to any part of
A PEW VERY PESIRABLB 'BUILD.
NGLOTS on Nianu Avenue, at Nle
opa, Nuuanu Vallej for sale. Apply te
J. M. tNSARRAT,
Cartwrlsht Block, trchsnt street'
aonoMa Sbeet Metal Works
Galvanized Iron Skylights and Ventilators,
Conductor Pipe and Gutter Work.
tlchuli Stmt. UL Qoon ul Mtrtteat. HaWa
WJotklOf ptomtttf tttMt4 to.V
Tel. White 41 . P. O. Box. 870