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DAILY BULLETIN: HONOLULU, II. I., .UXrAltY 'JT, IHiiO,
W BY AUTHORITY.
1st District, 2nd Precinct !
Bee 1st rat ion of Voters !
Notice is heieby given tlint n meet
ing will be hi'lil in the 2nd 1'ieeine.t,
1st. Distiiet, Honolulu, nt the l'ublie
Sohool House on lieietr.nin stieet,
between l'ensacola ami l'iikoi .Mreeln,
on TUESDAY, 28th inst., fiom Mo
7':30 t. m nnil on Fill DAY, :il-t
iiit., from 2:110 to fiiilO l M.
A list of poisons icgisteted and en
titled to ole will he posted nt the
ihove plaee on ThuiMlay, !.Oih inst.,
ami FiUluy, :ilt inst.
All voteis in this Pieeinet me ie
ijuefiteil to -eo Hint theie n nines me
on the list.
CAItDNEK K. W1LDKI!.
.1. ALFRED MACiOON,
liHiretoia of Kleetion 2nd Vie
nnet. I'M tj
2qi1 District, 2nd Precinct !
Registration of Vote s !
'The llo.ud of Insneetois of Elre
iion for the 2nd Precinct, 2ml Da
niel, Honolulu, will nitet I'm Regis'
t'rinj; A'otei- nml con eel in;; tin
IN'gifetei, .it the PiHin$: lMnee for
mid Piccinct (Hon. W. 11. Rice's
lijiu, tiehool street), on FRIDAY,
.Inn. 17th, fiom 7 to i) e. v . mi SAT
URDAY, Jan. 18th, tn.m :t tot!
. m.; nt Engine Co. Xo. I, on MON
DAY and TUESDAY, .lau. 20th ami
21M, fiom 7 to !l eneh evening.
Meeting- "ill In.' held nt aliovo
idaoes on .anie day- of the week
.mil at -.iiiii' bonis until liuthei
fjf Voteis will please lu in;; their
T.ix Itceeipt-i with them.
4."il tf Chniiniiin.
5m District, 2nd Precinct !
R( gittration of Voters I
The Inspectors of Election lot the
2nd 1'ieeinct of Distiiet .", Honolulu,
Oahu, will meet in mid 1'ieeinct at
the Refonnatoiy School foi the pin
pose of ltegisteiiug Yole.'i- for Nnblee
and Kepiesentalive, and collecting
the Itenistei, on SATURDAY, Jan.
2.ith, fiom 1 to 7 e. M on WEDNES
DAY, Jan. 29th, fmni I to 7 v. .M.,
iiiid on FIMDAY, Jan. ISlM, fiom 2
in 8 i'. m. Notice of fuitber meet
ings will be Riven at the above
"l'lense IniiiK voui T.i Re
ceipt. F"The 2nd l'leeinet of the "ith
Dintiiet, compiii-c all that pnitinn
of the Dictiiet inakai nf KingMieet
and west if the ruad up Ealiln
Vnlle. W. L WILCOX,
''haiiinmi of Inspcctoisof Election
2nd l'leeinet, "tb Dipliiet, Ho
nnlnln, Oahu. 118 tf
6th District, 1st Precinct!
Begittratioa cf Voteri !
The lni-peotor of Election foi
Fiiirl l'leeinet of Dictiicl Five
meet in .aid 1'ieeinct nt the Uefonn
atoiy School for Nohlen and Itepie
sentalives and eoiieetiug the Kegiu
lei, on MONDAY, Jan. 27th, fiom
7 to 9 i'. ii., FIMDAY. Jan. :ilt.,
fiom 7 to 9 e. M.
Notice of nny fuitber meeting will
he given ut the aboe meetings.
Th' Fi'ist Precinct of the Fifth
Distiiet compii.-es all that poitinn of
.-aid Difitiiet lying En-t of the main
toad up Kalihi Valley aitd liinukn of
All oteih wlit ii regibtciing aie
ichpeelfnlly ieiuesteil to hiing their
42 tf Chaii man
3rt District, lst'Preclnct !
Registration of Voters.
Notice if heieby given that a meet
ing will be held in the Ist-Piecinct,
:iii Distiiet, HouoiuliYi M'thc Hono
lulu Itilk'H Annory, Heietania stieet,
An MONDAY, Jan. lilth, between the
houib of 7 and v. n., on WEDNES
DAY, Jan. lfitli, iiRino houii', and on
FIMDAY, Jjin. 17th, and SATUR
DAY AFTERNOON, from I to 0, for
ilie purpose of RegisteiSug Voters and
oircetiiig tho Register. TIicmi ;eet
aiigs will bo continued fiom week to
weekdt ilii euuin placo on tho :unu
ilaj. ami Uo)if as above.
;H7 If CJjaiijjiiui.
4th District, 1st Precinct !
The l.ispeetortf of thin 1'ieeinet
will lit at China Engine House, on
TUESDAY, Jim. 2Sth, fiom 7 to It
I-. m., FRIDAY, .Ian. Itlst, fiom ti to
'.I i M.
M. D MON.MAUUVT.
M District, 1st Precinct!
RegUtiatUn of VoUis !
The Inspector of Eleetion foi the
2nd Diitiift, 1 e-1 l'leeinet, Honolulu,
will meet at Stoie, enmerof Nuitimu
and l'nnon sited-, mi the niuioso of
Reitfuleiinu Voteis and coueetinji
the Repntei, on SATURDAY, .Inn.
2.'.lh, fiom 2 t.i 0 I-. M.MONDAY,
.lnu. 27th, fiom :t to li v. m., WED
NESDAY, .Inn. 2!th, fioin 7 to 9
v. ii., unil on FIMDAY, .Inn. "iM,
fiom 2 to 0 i'. M.
ALFRED W. CARTF.R,
Chnitimin of lnsiioctoi-.of Eleetion
lrt 1'ieeinct, 2nd Di-tiiet.
Notice to Electors
1st District, 1st Precinct !
A Lint of Voleii. fin Nobles and
ltepie?entatie has hceii poslcd at
the l'olline place of ihif I'teeinel,
the (loveinment Nuisery, on King
ulieet. Volei- can .-ntisfy IheiiiM'Ueh
by inspeeling . list that their
names aie piopeily enleied. For
the purpose of- nukin", any collec
tions nnd foi any additional names
to be added, utcetiugn will be held at
the (fiiveiument Nui-eiy, Kin;
stieet.on WEDNESDAY, Jan. 20th,
fiom 4 to S p. m., THUESDAY, Jan.
:10th, fiom I to r. ii., FIMDAY.
Jan. :!l-.t, fiom l to H e. m.
E. fi K'lll MAN.
Chniiiii.ni oi Inspeeloic 1st Pie
einet, Ut Dihtiicl. (Ol til
i . '
X' i n
Pltilftd to neither Sect nor Party,
Hut established for the benefit of all.
MONDAY, JAN. 27, 1890.
Is it true that some of the Inspec
tors of Election state publicly, that
they mean to "'onok the register"
and hash it up to suit their own
A correspondent calls attention to
an appaient oversight in the election
law in not making pinvision for a
casting vote in caie of a tie lietween
two candidate- for tilt position of
Noble, it i an impoitaut point
which calls for timely consideration.
It ha? lieen fiit-gested that the
Ueaver SuUinu erect & private room
in connection with the goncial busi
ness, for the use ofthe Minister of
Interior, that lie might take hi-
lunch in pence and ipiietness, instead
of being pestered with a lot of poli
ticians, who nutter around him like
a swann of bees as soon as tie be
gins jiis midday meal.
In the nine ward? now forming the
five distiicts of Houolnlu, the olllcial
number of voter legistered in lfirtt
was between ti.fiOO and .1,700. At
present the total number of icgK
tercd names is only 2,400. If the
registering does not progress lively
during tho few remaining days,
about 1,200 vntei'K will lose their
right to the ballot, t lint is to say
one-third of the total number. What
conclusion can be drawn from this
state of things V
The Marshal sayS that It was not
"by order" that lefraetory persons
locked in tho Station House cells
may have been doused with water.
We have not charged that it was,
but simply that the practice has
been lesoited to, order or no older,
timl now add, "in. more cases than
one." It inat.es no material differ
ence whether a lioe or a bucket is
used: the result is the same; vi..,
the man's clothes Is saturated with
water, which is, neither pleasant nor
safe for the .subject. We can under
stand how hard it is to deal with tur
Jcnt fellows under the intlueiice of
liquor., ut cannot admit that there is
is justification fijresoi ting to uieth
ojls of quieting tli.em .dangerous to
AH AID TO PROSPERITY.
One of the private enterprise
which is at present especially assist
ing;, ami will in the future assist to
a much greater extent, to bring in
creased piosperity to Honolulu ami
the island of Onhu, is tho Oaliu
ralhoad. Never was an enterprise
inaugurated in fnce of greater apa
thy or stronger opposition. Nothing
but the firmest faitli',in the sound
ness- of the project and a determin
ed perseveinuee on the pait of the
projector, Mr. H. K. Dillinghani,
could have enabled that gentleman
to overcome the preliminary obs
tacle in the way of commencing
the undertaking, lly the aid of
these qualities he surmounted every
dillleulty, and about twelve miles of
the road ate actually in use. Every
body now concedes thai the railway
i? a greil boon, and will be a great
er. Two companies have been
formed to plant cane and manufac
ture sugar, as an immediate result
of the railway, and others will prob
ably follow. Mr. Dillingham's com
plete scheme is to ultimately extend
the line until it encircles the island.
Probably the next Legislature will
be asked to afford some pecuniary
assistance, and considering the pub
lie benefit ol the entei prise, the peo
ple's representatives are not likely
to be unfavorably disposed towards
"THE HONOLULU DAILY TIMES."
The "Honolulu Daily Time-," a
little campaigning sheet, made its
first appearance last .Saturday even
ing, "and will be published during
llii' present campaign and distribut
ed fiee." Its language is, so far,
moderate and decent, in striking
contrast to that of the leading :u li
cit of its morning contemporary on
the same side of polities, Usued the
same day. It is a paiiy organ, re
presenting the .so-called Refoiui
parly. The Times is "in full ac
coid and sympathy witli that party
and its put poses," and is "pledged"
to its suppoit. Like any other
"thick and thin" parly organ, it
"can eoncelve of no more uncom
joi table position than that occupied
by a paper which, having pledged
itself to neither s,ect nor party,
finds itself in sympathy with a par
ticular paity and hostile to another."'
Minds are not all cast in the same
mould, and it is quite evident that
the Times and the IIuixi.tin were
not. The latter does not see things
in the same light as the foimcr. In
fact, wo have not yet reached the
stage of "full accord and sympathy"
with either sect or party struggling
for mastery in the present campaign,
and would he sorry to see either
ticket, complete, elected. In our
opinion there are good men on both,
and also dutlers; and by selecting
the best men on the two tickets we
may get a good Legislature. Other
wise, no. Many electors, quite
capable of funning their own opin
ions, think as we do In this matter,
'and in suite of the Times and all
the patty organs in the country,
will act accordingly at the polls. To
suppose that men are any better or
any worse, or that they aie going to
pull opposite ways in the Legis'a
ture where the vi'al interests of tho
country arc concerned, simply he
cause they happened not to be on
the same ticket, is to our mind ab
The Times objects tc a joint
guarantee of the independence of
the country by the Powers, piefer
ring that of b'nclc Sam alone, and
furnishes the information that "the
Reform paity advocates a sole guar
antee by the United States." This
is new. The platform adopted by
the Convention of the party says no
thing about it, and some members
of that Convention say lljat they do
not entertain such views. Reading
between the lines we would fancy
that our new contemporary has "an
The Times is not in "full accoid"
with the great morning organ nf the
party. The latter endorses the Im
dependent ticket of Nobles for the
island of Hawaii; the former op
poses it. Doesn't like Mers, Pur
vis, Itutchurdl, and Marsdeu, be
cause their names were rejected by
the llilo Convention, in which their
distiiet did not have the number of
delegates it was entitled to; and
then they are Englishmen. Never
mind about the ability of these gen
tlemen and their general fitness for
the Legislature, the two points
named aie enough to throw them
The Advertiser, unless induced
to change its mind by the fur-fetched
reasoning of the Times, would
like them elected. Herein we ate
in "full accord" with our morning
contemporary, because we believe
they are capable and honest, and
therefore Ihe pioper men to elect.
THE NOBLES FRANCHISE.
The Huiuenie Court llrelitcM Hint
the HIt lliunlrcd Onltor MuhI
Dr.iwHTMRNT or nit: JtimciAiiv, )
llosom.r, Jan. 27, 1800. )
To His Exoixi.unpy L. A. TmiitsToN,
Minister of the Interior,
.SiV: In continuation of our, ro
ply of the Ufilli inst. we beg leave
to'answer the remaining question as
Second question. II au employee
receives a sum less than S'iOO in
amount for the year, but teceives
from his employer his board and
lodging, is it allowable to consider
the inatket value of such board and
lodging as being a part of such em
ployee's income, or are his wage
only to be the basis of estimate'
The language of the statute being
likewise the words of the constitu
tion, which is required to be con
strued in giving an answer to the
second queslion, is that the voter
for Nobles ".shall have actually re
ceived an Income of not less than
six hundred dollars during the year
next preceding his legislation for
The one clear construction fiee
from embarrassment in its applica
tion to all cases which might be put
would be that the elector must have
received six hundred dollars. There
are no words indicating that an
equivalent, or a value may be count
ed for the six hundred dollars or a
part thereof. The word "actually"
is not necessary to the sentence. It
is a qualifying word or a wind ot
emphasis, and we icgaiil its force to
be that the presciibed amount shall
have been leceivetl st nelly in the
teiuis ol the act. It purpose wxild
seem to hae been to exclude all in
iliiect niodes of counlii g up the in
come to siv hundred dollars. In the
constitution of lfllil the language
deliuing the qualification tequired in
a candidate for Representative is
"or who shall have an annual in
come of at least two hundred and
fifty dollars derived from any pro
perty or some lawful employment,"
and for an elector "an income of
not less than seventy-live dollaro prr
year derived from any propetty or
some lawful employment." It Is
known that the operation of these
provisions was countervailed by al
lowing constructions which reckon
ed income as something else than
"dollais actually leccivcd," notably
by the expedient of counting sub
sistence as income. Iu seems to us
that the words used in the present
constitution were designed to ex
clude such previous constructions.
When a departure is made from
the first obvious meaning of these
words, one ia led to uncertain
ground. A duty would be east upon
the inspectors or election or tteier
mining "the market value of board
and lodging." What board and
lodging are worth depends on the
quality of them, which is very vary
ing. The more consideration wc
give to the ditlleultieK attending the
questions which arise when some
other i ule is adopted than the sim
ple one of "dollars actually re
ceived," the more does it appear
that this is the coned and proper
construction to ho adhered to.
We therefore answer the first. pait
of the second question In the nega
tive. A. F. Jftn.,
L. Mi Ci i.i v,
Ilium. F. HifKi'.Kiov,
.Sankoiih 15. Ddi n,
Justices of the Supreme Com t.
IMPORTANT POINTS RAISED.
Kimon rluu.r.TiN: I wrote you
on the lfilh inst. pointing nut the
injustice of depriving the chairmen
of inspectors ol their light to ole,
except in the case of a tie. It Ijas
since occurred to me that in the event
of an equal number of ballots being
cast for a Representative in a dis
trict in which there are' two or more
Precincts no instructions have heen
issued as to which of the chairmen
in that district shall take precedence
and give tUe casting vote. The very
fact ol theie being two or more pre
cincts in each election district proves
I think the absurdity of prohibiting
the chairmen from voting.
Having lead the election laws
carefully through I find no provision
is made for the possibility of a tie
between Nobles. Should such an
event come to pass, who is to give
the casting vote? Certainly not t lie
chairmen of inspectors, for the Nobles
are not elected from districts, there
fore why prevent .them '(the chair
men) 'faun voting. These are mat
ters which should be attended to
Though a supporlei ot thejuiupi
pics of the Reform Paity, yet J
think this lack nf detail proves that
it is not wise to hurry new measures,
through l)je Iloifse as was done last
session, an evperience by wbjpli I
trust the coming legislature will
unfit. Ii, II. (i.vitsiv.
Kilaiica, Kauai, Jan. '2.
FOH 8AU3 ""
NK .seiieinier's lo'aiisenpe
H't nf uiiinoatus,
NICK Cottnge In good
loeullty, liiiniblieit or
uiitiiniislii'il. AihhcM "W,"
A (II HI, or young NVonmn to do
Imiisework mul tuko chiii ol two
young eldldien. (lermnn luetencd.
Apply "lUU Foil Street." 101 ill
Ol? TV12 W yORK
Is issuing ti new form of insurance which provides, in tho .event of death, for a return of rill premiums paid in ad
dition to the amount of the policy, or, should the insured survive a given number of years, the Company will
return till the premiums paid with inteicsl; or. instead of accepting the policy and profits in cash Ihe legal holder
may, WITHOUT MEDICALEXAMINATION and WITHOUT FURTHER PAYMENT OF PREMIUMS, take in
lieu thereof the amount nf policy ami ptollls in FULLY PAID UP iusmafice, participating auntinlly in dividends.
Remember, this contract, Is issued by the oldest Life Insurance Company in the United States, and the Lar
gest Financial Institution In the Woild, its ussets exceeding One Huiidted nnil Twenty-Six Millions of Dollais.
tt&' For full particulars call on or address
29. 3B. ROSE,
Dce-24-.s.fl General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
O' tCSk V. H )
ssj,V. "r?s Mtws-
n ill ii II ' llrBMTBilT i r i fr' wz. stv
TAHITI LEMONADE WORKS COMPANY.
1. rI BAILEY, Manager.
T A W IT I
LEMON. : CREAM
Sole Proprietors of BAILEY'S SARSAPARILLA & IRON WATER,
Gliiicr Ale, Hop Ale, Gnie, Bnspberryade. Sarsipilla, Mineral Waters, Etc.
" All 'oiumiiiilrntloitu and oiiUmh tfiotud lip iwUlreauMl to
Auction Sales by James F. Morgan.
On TIJESDAV, Jan. 28th,
AT lO O'CLOCK .. .11 .
At tl.eie.ideiiceof II. OORMAN, No
'i'.t Unelanla Mrctt, I will sell i:t Public
The Entire Househ'd Furniture
i 9. r'nii
Muck Wuluul ( Ijaiis,
1 Elegaut Black Walnut
Bedroom Set,Tenessee Marbletop
Wlic & Spring Mutlmsrici),
Kea'lii'r I'illows, Mosquito Net0,
1 Gypsy Qieen Stove & Utentils,
HedriHimSi't, Chilli's t'ril',
Kie., Kte . Km.
JAM. F. MO KUAN,
On WEDNESDAY, .liiii.2!,
AT 10 O'CMM'li. A. M.,
At thi' leoidunei of the Inti- (JI1AS.
HANSMAN. diei-ii id, I will si-ll at
The Entire Houseli'lt) Furniture,
1 Upliolslciiiil parlor M,
1 1,'irRi' it W. (tautfir'l'.ihle,
1 :i light C'hiui.lellei,
Black Walnut Whatnot.
Ciirtiibni & Cnrnlci's,
2 B,W, Marbletop Bedroom Sets
Sprhu; & Hir Mu'li asses,
B.W. Dining Table,
Ulaek Wulniit Olialrs,
Crockery & (Jluonwnie,
I New Home Sewing Machine,
1 Meal Sale, Kle.,, Kle., Kle.
JAS. F. AIOHOAN,
LIFE INSURANCE CO.,
"-?. j&ai nnHMiihiM
' M. liULUDtKIl 5
STRAW HATS I
ranch PLAIN : SODA,
BENSON, SMITH & CO.,
LEADING MILLINERY HOUSE
AKiIlM'l'liy llloi'lc. No, 77 I'-oi't WtVMt.
Froncli, Enilisli ami Ancai Dry iiiiil Fancy Goods,
CHILDREN'S CLOTHING, FURNISHING GOODS, ETC,
. FULL LINK'OK HOLIDAY GOODS
Kid Gloves, Diamond Dye Black Hose in IM & Plain.
JAMES NOTT, Jr.,
TINSMITH and IMjUAUSEK,
Cnnier ol King mid Alukca iirecln,
Honolulu, II. I.
Workiliop.-Mul Z6lr-Rosiilcnce--Mul 23C
SiaT-Kstlmalii furuieluil on till cIusm's
nl iibiinbiDL; urn! tinsiiihlilnc wok
FI i at dim wnrkiimnslilp and intilirial
guniuiitird hi all the uliove branches
ot my business t reasonable iuten.
k?' ifoUf;ii ami tniinil
Q 80W8.7 mnnlhsold;
tC youutf 1'ig, t
month old. 'I'rlro 20
each for I lie lira lot. 3
" at 2 innntlia old. Anply ut ouce.
wsiw i. o iio No. ;nn.
ITMFl'y UKAD of Fat
V Steers. Apply to
Just Received !
27 - 8!)
A Fair will be given by the Calhnlle
Liilic-i' ltenevolciilMocieiy on
Thursday, January 30, 1890,
AiiAiiHHitrv, i n ontu
' '457W ' ?t,'
ADIVIDKN'Dof Tluee f.i:i) Doling
per' si:ii will lie jiald to tle
Hliaielioldeisor Die futei-lshind Hteai'ii
Jfiivi-ailon Co, oi THIIR.S1AY, the
iMnl uM., i( llieir ojlleu on Queen
ttu'i't.- .. KN'A,
Seoreinry 1. 1. H N. On.
lioiiolubi, Jim. 'Si, 1SHII. .yj at
NEW ZEALAND ATULIiET
"THY iibu eanncd sabnnn when New
U Zralaml Mullet, piouonnred by
coiiiioltsiuir in be vuhlly suputior, U
obtainalileV Wholesalo iiirentu are
.1. K. HHOW.V A CO.,
457 lw Merctiant street.
AflOOD I'lisliire at Walklki, foi a
liinlted ituiubtir of homes, at re
Hotmhle iftlf-p. Apply in
Jlllin W. II. AI.DHIUII.
hit- 'rffT'ii . if ' a,. fs&.s.
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M ..."Ww'.'.uaLiii. . r SL,. 'i..i. ,fe.