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It has pleased lli.s Majesty the
King to appoint the folio ing named
gentlemen to fcs His Cabiust:
Hov JOITls ADAMS CUMHIHS,
Minister of Foreign Affair?, vic?
Jonn. Austin, Esq., resigned
GODFREY U150WX, E?., Min
Uior of Finance, vieo lion. S. M.
CHARLES '. SPENCER, Esq.,
Minister of Interior, vice Lorrin A.
Thurston, Esq., resigned.
AKTHUP. P. PETERSON, Esq.,
Attorney-General, vice Clarence W.
Ashtord, Esq., lesigued.
lolani J'rtlaci, Honolulu, June 17,
1390. T.62 3t-MC It
In accordance with the Election
Law of the Kingdom, notice is here
by given that a Special Election foi
Noble for the unexpired term of six
years will he ludd on the hland oi
Oahu, between the hour of 8 o'clock
a. in. and fi o'clock p. in., on WED
NESDAY, the I'th day or July, 1890,
to fill the vacancy caused by tho rc-r-imition
of His Excellency Hon.
John A. Cummins,
The Election Districts, Voting Pre
cincts, Polling Places and Inspectors
of Election arc as follows:
1st DISTRICT, HONOLULU.
That portion of Honolulu lying
Southeast of a line drawn from the
summit of the Konahuanui range of
mountains along tho crest of the
lidgo separating Mfinon and Makiki
Valleys fioni Nuuanu and Pauoa
Valleys to the ilag pole on tho old
battery cm Puowaina (Punchbowl'
thence direct to the junction of Kinau
and Alapai streets along tho center
of Alapai to King street, center of
King to ."outh street, center of South
street to the yea.
First Precinct All that portion of
.iid District lying East of Punahou
street and a line diawn in extension
thereof mauka and makai.
Polling Place Government Nni
scry, junction of King and Waikiki
Inspectors E. G. Schuman, J.
Lucas, J. M. C.imara.
Second Precinct All that portion
of said district lying "West of Puna
hou street and a line drawn in us tent-ion
Polling Plaeo Ecrctuuir. Street
Inspector J. A. Magoon, Albert
Lucas, G. K. Wilder. s.
2nd DISTRICT, HONOLULU.
All that portion A Honolulu North
of the First District and inside of the
line drawn tmm thy flag polo at the
old buttery on Puowaina (Punch
bowl) to (lie junction of School and
Emma street, along the center ot
School street to Fortitreet, along the
center of Fort btrcet to llcrttania
street, eeutr of Ueretania street to
thu Nuuanu Stioain at Smith's
Bridge, thence up the ennter of said
Stream to School street, center of
School sit eel to Liliha stieet, center
of Liliha sti out to Judd ctreot, along
the center f Judil street to the
ercst of tlii ridge on the Northwest
erly fide ot Nuuanu Valley and
thence, along thu envt of said tidge
to the peak culled Lunihnli.
fMrst Precinct All .that portion of
caid District lying mauka of School
aud Judd .-(recti, and Eaittof Nuuanu
Polling Place Water Office, Nuu
anu and Pauoa streets.
Inspector? A. V. Cailcr, David
Dayton, 31, Keliiaa.
.Second Precinct All that poition
of said Distiict lying makai o: Judd
and School ntrcfld and '.Vest of Nuu
anu and Fort stieels.
Polling Place Fourth Nouso on
the Ewa side makai of the Hchool
.Stieet Bridge, over Nuuanu Stream.
Inspectors Jona. rMiaw, T. W.
Hobron, J. P. Jwii.
JIuj) DISTRICT, HONOLULU.
That portion of Honolulu adjacent
to tho lirst and beeond Districts,
bounded on tho Waikiki sido by Ala
pai and South streets, niauka by
School uticet, on tho Ewa side by
Fort street from School street to
Ueretania s.tiect ; along tho center of
Reretania street to Hichards street,
along center of Richards street to the
sea and bounded makai by tho sea.
First Precinct All that portion of
said District lying mauka of Reie
Polling Place Royal School House.
Inspector Fred Turrill, John 31.
Vivas, J. 3lahiai Kaneakua.
Second Precinct All that portion
of said District lying makai of Hero
Polling Place -Kupuaiwa Build-Joe.
Ugimiti juli'i,Wj)'f Sy
Inspector Henry Smith, B?JnC,v
Ordcnsteln, G. V. Pclirs.
Jtii DISTRIUP, HONOLULU,
All thai portion of Honolulu lying
West of District 'I wo and Three,
bounded as follows: Beginning at
the ecu at the foot of Richards street;
up Riehiiids street tolleictania street;
along Ueretania stieet to Smith's
Riidgoj theneo up Nuuanu Stream to
School street ; theses along School
street to Liliha otrcst ; thence through
tho center of Lilihn Btrcot to King
street, along the center of King street
to the bridge crossing the Nuuanu
Stream and bounded makai by the
First Precinct All that portion of
said District lying West of Nuuanu
Polling FlnceChina Engine Com
Inspectors J. A. Mehrtcns, Sam.
Mahelona, Samuel Dwight.
Second Precinct All that portion
of said District lying East of Nuuanu
Polling Place Bell Tower, Hono
lulu Fire Department.
Inspectors C. T. Rodgers, T. C.
Porter, Oliver Stillman.
5ni DISTRICT, HONOLULU.
All that remaining portion of Ho
nolulu lying North and West of Dis
tricts Two and Four.
First. Precinct All that portion of
said District lying East of the main
road up Kalihi Valley and mauka of
Polling Place Hawaiian Tram
ways Co.'s building, corner of Ka
mehameha School Grounds.
Inspectors F. W. Wundenberg,
Marcus Colburu, J. A. Diaz.
Second Precinct All that portion
of said District lying West of the
road up Kalihi Vulley and makai oi
Polling Place Reform School pre
mises. Inspectors William AulJ, T. A.
Lloyd, A. Fernandez.
0th DISTRICT, KOOLAU.
Consisting of Koolaupoko
Polling Place Kancohe
Inspector.'' 31. Rose, A.
and Jas. Olds.
7tsi DISTRICT, WAIALUA.
Consisting of Koolauloa aud Vi'ai
First Precinct Waialua.
Polling Place Waialua Court
Inspectors Edgar Hulstcad, E. S.
Tirnoteo, Richard Steward.
Second Precinct Koolauloa.
Polling Place Koolauloa Oouil
Inspectorr Jas. Donnelly, John
Kaluhi, JaB. Aylett.
. 8th DISTRICT, EWA.
Con'isting of-F.wa and Waiannu.
First Precinct Ew.i.
Polling Place Ewa Court House.
Inspectors Alex. J. Campbell,
Victor Kapule, S. K. Halualani.
Second Precinct Waianae.
Polling Plac Waianae Coint
Impeetoiv John F. Scott, J. Kt
kahuna, Sarnl. Andrews.
C. N. SPENCER,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Office, Juno 17, ISM.
Iu jiccordanec with See. I. of Chap
ter XXVII. of tho Laws of LSBO.
. All perrons holding water privilegeb
or thou- paying water ratc,iiro here
by notified i hat, the water rate." for
the term ending December ol, 1S00,
will bo due and payable at the office
of thu Honolulu Waterwoiks, on tho
fust day of .Inly, 1800.
All Mich rates icmainiug unpaid
for fifteen dayn after they aio due,
will be subject to an additional 10
Parlien paying rate.- will n!eae
bring their lint receipts
Kates are payablo at tho office ''of
tho Waterwoiks in the Kapuaiwu
The statute allow ing no dincrction,
nil Jul enforcement of thi elauso will
CHAS. II. WILSOX,
fSupt. Hon. With.'! wot ka.
Honolulu, Juno 15, LS'JO.
Pioseor Building & Loan Asso'n
A MEETING nf MoekholdcM of the
alitivi) AEDueiatlou will bu held at
Melueruy Hall, l'oUstieol.ouTilUns
DAY. .luno P.)lh, at I o'clock i. m., for
the iurioe of aeeeitlug the C'liaiter
aud Election of Diiectou. r.i: at
'fEX dollars reward will bo paid for
1 luforimitlon that will convict any
person of shooting game biid- iu thu
close season, more particularly the per
son or perbous who shot ducks at tie)
Tantalus Ponds hut .Sunday. 13th Int.
C. II. WILSON.
Honolulu, Juno 18, jePO. CgJ3t
BAIXiT StrUTOn?! HOSTOLtTLtJ, H. SM JU2CB M, $&&
V WM KOT.--ryVtVWri!MW!lMI'
I'Mea! to neither Srct tier Put'ty,
ttut cstabHshftl for t.ir t-ciictU of all.
WKOKKSDAY, JUNE 18, 1800.
The put Hut suspension of general
business which mctked th interval
between tho relgnntion of the
Thurston Ministry and its succe33or,
the Cummins Ministry, is at an end,
and tho usual routiuu has taken its
place. The Cabinet appears to ho
generally accepted by thu moderate
aud conservative; of both parties as
satisfactory. The Administration
is expected i'n the conduct ol public
affair to stntain the motto, "The
greatest jood to tho greatest num
ber." It is now positively known that,
the following gentlemen, for private
reasons, eould not accept Cabinet
positions, although they were the
strong choice of His Majesty, ou
different slates, during all Saturday
aud Monday, viz. : Joseph (). Car
ter, E. C. Mticfarlanc and F. 31.
Hatch. It ia'safc to assert that such
conservative, able men, with their
blight mindy, would have command
ed the respect and confidence of
even both parties, as well us the
entire country, and the Diplomatic
Corps, a position which we also
concede to the present Ministers.
A SAMARITAN SPEAKS.
Tlie Editor of the Friend sees lit
to take up the defense of his asso
ciate, tlie Hev. Dr. Hyde. Wo do
not envy him that defence; anil he
has evidently missed tho essence ot
the whole question.
It h not necessary to deny any
reports relative to our distinguished
and well known friend, "Uatuicn,"
but we are disgusted by the ab-enee
of that charily coveting all things,
which hideth a multitude of trans
gressions ; which says to the poor
woman, "Go and sin no more," also
neglecting the plain injunction of
our Lord "Judge nothing;" and
even of that of the heathen, "Nil
nisi tie mortuius boiium" (nothing
hut good of the dead).
The letter of 3Ir. Robert Louis
hlevenson Ihib made "a shining
niaik" and it will take more ihetoric
than that of the editor of the Friend
to remove him and his subject lroin
their pedestal of pre-eminence and
honor. We are distressed to write,
that it appear veiy much as if
teligious jealousy and bigotry were
at the foundation of Ui'h said cor
respondence. The Rev. Dr. Hyde
may wiite, "the editor o? the
Friend" may write, but a poor pil
grim on the thores of lime makes
his humble prophecy, that the
above-named are forgotten while
Daniicu wdi be immoital.
THE HONOXAA HOMICIDE.
Tn the case of the King vs. J. K.
Milh and others, Jlr. Hatch, for the
defense, this morning moved tho
exceptions lie continued to the July
term. There were long delays in
correspondence with Hawaii and
other dilllcult cireiitn-tauccu. He
doubted if the case would ever come
to n hearing but could not then
pcak positively as to that.
Attorney-General 1'elerson aid
the Crown was ready but the rea
sons "iven bv the defeiiMt for con
tinuance seemed emtiafactory, and
he therefore consented to the mo
tion. The case was accordingly contin
ued. Our report of the jury tiial at
Ililo was interrupted it iu publication
by the legislative s-e.-sinn, and the
intention was to complete iu a sup
plement as soon as possible. The
iotig recess taken by the Legisla
ture, however, enables us to com
plete tho report iu the regular
A Competent (ihl to take rale ol u
-TX child a year.' old. and to do light
housework, ilu-it eonio well recinii
mended. Apply to
Mlts. A J.OAKTWIMGHT, Jn.,
Maktl.l, oppii. Il,(-elj:ill (jiuiiud.
(iIUT. lo ilo Itt'lir !i(ili.n in I: nml
t to look after a eounb' nf ehilihen
Xono without being well recommended
need apply. Call on Mih. ( O. Heiger,
coiner ileietaul.i aud Punahou ntruets.
1 n VOl.L.MES Kneyeloniedla lliitan.
J Aj idea. .Moroeeu Imuud, iu good
condition, never u-yd
at i his
FOK SALK CI USA I
A COMPLETE unlit for linking and
dUneut.lui: eaihoiiated beveniL'. s,
all lu good older.
M1W. MONIJOE. hHtlcb' iiurte, has
removed to No iJ K.uUul tunc.
-Mlon Saks ly Lrals J, Levey.
Regular Gash Sale I
TOaiOllKOW, Julio ? Oil),
at w O'UI.tUJU A. M.,
1 a 111 mil at Piibllu Auction, nl my
Dry Goods, Clothing,
Troekcry & Glassware,
Boots & Shoe.
Utudware & Groceries, .
t ltainily Carriage,
1 Top Buggy & 1 Phaeton.
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
Neat Cattle !
On 3IOXDAY, July 21st,
Thcro will be said at Public Auction,
at KaldUhiul, Mani,
100 Him Cbws k Gal?
MOHE cr LE33.
FSf A gnoil opportunity to procure
tine stock. r7t lm
IN HALF-l'OUXrD I'A'ig,
Is the Finest Table Hnlter sold In the
City of Honolulu.
to iib had or
Henry Davis & Co,
HEWETT & JACOBSEN,
Acoocut&sti, CollcctcTU, C;mn!i!cE ,iatg and
Uar,toni Hosso Utcr.cr:.
Aro Kt n't tinip.i proparnl to j-lt-form
'in.- ile-r-litli):i ot th-r.ril tl;
imcli 'ii "vii.li'irj; Aei'oimts, Po.-t r.j; iij.
Trm ico in.u'i iliMiU. ,M-ikliip Invi'inu'ic"
Stocii, l.iicrinilnjt Li'i' 1 l). iiiiht.'k.
Etc. C'Uiipe '.ni m.d liillubli.- Prftah.
Clcilo foi il.i (li'Jivuiy and tt(ll)ii-g of
iJ-Oilb c a". 'r&TACUiS: JtoiciRiftOM',
Qi.cn -In ;l Von (Mllri: )li tg'j. Mil
ttul Tulcpl.or.i- I': lit II 'tcii-i..r.ut 11 1
HAWAIIAN JOCKEY CLUB,
rpilE followlne; noiiiitilioii- will close
.H .luni! ::o, i'.iOi
Futility Staio't ol 1302Fnr Hawaiian
hicd.2 year old. A Sweepstake of -S.'O
as follnwh! 83 on Xoiniuation, 610
-T.iuuai'y 1. 1S!I1, 10 .Illli 1, lSi)l, S25
.lanuaiy I. lfcHi.
HflAi.an Dcihy o( 1893- For Hawaiian
bred U year old. A SweepS'iiko of .?I0)
as fnll'iws: ." on Xoinlnalliin, S10
.laiiiiary, 1S!M, .'() .lulv 1, 1S01, 823
.tainiaiy 1, KSSia, .10 .lamury 1. ln.3.
570 til Seeietury.
Iloiscn & Mules For Salv.
y rl',llE fiillowlng iltflrablt; iiui-
VUfh ""d" "' I ''0 so'd at a b.ir
aIU1. gain, to win 11 Flue oiuij;
lloii-c'-s. !i Yniing Mules, shed liy the
Kenlueky .Inek 'Illiieiiei-,'' u firooil
Mine"-, uxpected shurily to have Mule
foal. Applv to
379 If -12 Mci'ihaul h reel, Honolulu.
IIOFE with 7 rnoniR
ind bath, on the. eor-
&&2e!k2 ucr cl ilL-iet:tui.i anil Penia
enla t-tre:ti. Cuts jiiis the door. Ap
ply at tlds oi'.lee. 581 tl
,&X?r,l Ihilhllug now u-eil as
k2Sliii tliu oiliei of tin- Ihiui.Hm
rr.iniwnys ( o., (I.il). on Mug Mroct.
suu.ililu cither for an ollico or stoie.
A). lily mi the pieiuUc.i i'.'J Ot
'IO lAi'V or l.ICA.SIi
THE ltesldenei! of Mi. A.
.S. Long, iu Pauoa Valley.
IMVJI) V YJUA.
HI Kiu St., over. I. Xott'.i stoie.
iO KEs.T or iiEASli
'rilAT desirable Pii-iiiIm'.i
1 on Foil istreet. iu ilie
"Melnerny Hloek.' recently
oeiaipicti by.I.X.iS. Williams, hidtable
for iillleu or stme. For liifiwinailoii
apply to ofllce Union Iroii Woik, Es
planade, or to
f.5!l lm J. X. -S'wryU5lj.
TWILL not bs rediniilblt- fur any
bills iigaltut thu Steamer "Aka"
uud" unlets inclined by my willten
Older. O. P. OAHTLK.
Ilniiolillii .Tuim 7, 1D0, 373 H
VTOTIOE Is hereby given that .Mr. T.
ll .1. King has been appointed man
ager of llui Peoplo's feu & Kefiigerat
Ing Co. The olllen of the Company has
been moved to thu olllces of 'lias. 'J'.
Clullek. E'ij.. :I8 Sleiehaut i-tiee.t. Mu
lualTelephoneXo. 18!); HellTelephouo
No.tllb. O. P. CASTLE,
Seer, tarv P. I. A- Jt. Co.
Honolulu, June IG, 1SU0. 3S1 31
ALL claims against tint "Honolulu
Dairy" to Juno 1, 18D0, must be
left nt thu oftlee of J. A. Magooti within
!!0 days from date. Mows, Hewett &
Jacobin am authorized to collect all
bills due the Honolulu Dairy" from
May 1, lS'Jl).
JlonoJuhi, June 11, 18TO. 580 tf
StS For full particulars apply to
Jumbles, Coffee Cakec, Crackerf3,
30- And will be DELIVERED F1JEE of CHABGE to any
JtUJUU of FAREi
Coffeo, Tea, Chocolate A Milk,
Steaks, Chop?, l'Mi, Ham & Eggs,
nm l'".r-"Tnllll i ihm turn a iiMaiui smi nnim amnmiijajctr-i wm irfimiya 1- J!jat vwnxueAM lap .wwaBCCqertf lmju juwiCV.'aqBCI
T A HIT!
Bclo Proprietors of BAILEY'S SASSAPARILLA 6s IfiON WATSK,
Siisr Me, Hw Ale, Greiiie, U$mnii SarsBuarilla, Mineral ffaiifs, Etc.
1C5 All (.a(tii:inunlont!ons
TJje A 1 Ktoamshlti
Sa garni Biaru'
Will leave Honolulu ter the atmvi- yinU
on or a! out
JUPf'rO SO (la.
iST F-ir fie1(,!il ! pi-fg-', ll-ning
1.1 jnrlnr euli n umt rle-r-ij;.. i.eeoramo.
la. tens', apply In
Wm. G. l?.7IJf
.VI t t.l
iectricity is Life !
Vf ANY persons find a moderate ap
ltt plication of Electricity llcucllulal.
I'llectrielty sonietiiues eiues" and nearly
iihvayi benefits lHieiiiiiatlsm, Neuralgia.
Indigestion, Etc., unit nets like a tonic
and Is u'l'j bi'iu'llelal lu ensi of Oentral
Debility. Oo in
On Ouuou titrcut,
And get an Eleetrlu Shock by dropping
a Nicrc' in tho '-lot. Can be legulated
1 ult the delicate as w ell as the utroug.
There is also one nf theii' Electric
Machine at Young Nap's, corner oi
Mug and Hetbel sir.ets. f7l lm
1AHTIESdeslilng Avocado Penis In
uuaiitltlei. of not less than fit) will
Dr. UENKI J. Me(iI?EW.
AFTEII an ab?enee of four years lu
Paris, lias returned to Ids home
on the Ihlnuds. for the puipohcofre
Mimiug the pi tut lee of medicine. He
may bu found at his old edict; on Hotel
mi between Foil ami Alikea streets.
Oflleo hours fiom 8 to 11 a. m., aud 2 to
4 end II to 8 !'. M, 570 lm
PowuII'h ItaiiKO Express.
JAS. POWF.LL. formerly employed
nt Union Feed Co. lor several
years, having gonu Into tim baggage
pjtprei-s buuierii, eollelts patioiiugo.
Stand, coiner of King and llethel
sheets. Orders can bo left at Young
Nap's cigar stand. Bnggngo-dollvcred
with promptness aud cntu to tiny part
ISSUED M THIS
JLtlCSIARO A. 5XcCI)nY, frcolilcnt.
IV UUA IV 1.7 IS'XXIMS liISrX
ALWAYS OK HAND AND TO ORDKn
Pies, Buns, Bolls,
j o -n n T7
firom 11:30 tt. in. to
, &JA.XX-.XT2Y. Mnunger.
-M ANUFACTUKilis" OF
n:nl ortluvH slioutd he suUlrcsscd to
BENSON, SMITH & CO.,
- m Mmtxxi?xuf.-.JT-
Having removed om SODA WO UK'S to more commodioui qnnrtors nt
IV o. SO FORT WJl,l.22Ei,3?,
(N'ear the Custom Uo'iso)
Ws air, now iropnrod to furnish nt Miort notice, and of primo quality, nn
of the following High CJa-a Aerated Beverages: "
i! Qmost Tnmnn Qtrawhoinvir nn niiDom
u, unuui, jjuiuuu. uuuwuuii m uiuq i
Sarsaparilla, Saraaparilla & Iron Wutor, and Crab
IMng oscltisSvfly tho HYATT PUKE WATER 8YSTKV.
FiaURED INDIA SILKS !
THE LAItOEST and MOST COMPLETE STOCK OF
fjGF No, 2 Patterns alike. Fashionable Dressmaking upstairs
Without n Klval
One-third tho Price of tho
fjgr A Saving of 311 Per Cent in Cost
SPECIAL RATES TO JOBBERS.
HENRY DAVIS & CO.,
G'rl 0m Exclusive Agents for tho Hawaiian Islands,
Dr. A. It. CARTER
HAS removed his offloe to No. 53
Ueretania, between Fort aud
Nuuiinu streets Quito hours: 0:a0to
11 A. M.. and a' to 4. nud 7 to 8 i. M.
Jl Mutual Telephone No. W3. 570 lm
Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
part of the city.
Stcwc, Sotifcd Pig'. Foct", Etc.
Leading Millineiy lloiibe, Corner Fort &. Hotol sta.
In IM-Ieo & Quality !
Housekeeper Should Use It !
and Quality tho Very Best.
Dr. A. EUTZ
WILL liavo oflleo hours from 8 to r,
A. M. and I to fi i'. m.. at No. S3
Berotaula, between Fort and Nuiiauu
streets. Mutual Tolcphono No?. 303
mill 170, 870 lm