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HONOLULU, TDESDA1, FEBRUARY 11. -1890.
TEN -PAGE EDITION.
TUESDAY, : FEBRUARY 11, 1S90.
' H0N0KAA ITEMS.
C. B. Fisher, late of Paauilo, is now
clerkingjforM. V. Holmes in Honokaa.
HarrylRickard's horse indulged in a
runaway Sunday afternoon, but was
stopped before doing any damage to brake
The Pacific Mill broke down on th
morning of the 3rd inst. Trie
Pele went to Kukaiau and cot a duplicate
piece and thty were running the next
The Honokaa Mill will begin grinding
in lh piniiin:. They have been deluded
lunger than expected on account
of the non-arrival of material for improvements.
All the other mills have
been running for some time, and from
this on each steamer will have a full
caruo of sngar, and will not likely make
so many trips. The Inter-Island Co.
could do well by putting another vessel
on this coast.
Wm. Hepp, one of our enterprising
German citizens, has received the lumber
witli which to build a house on his
homestefd in Kalapa. He intends to
build a larger house than the
of the homesteaders can afford.
The Homestead Act is one of the best
things the poor man has had come in his
way, and it is hoped that it has come to
The Paauhau landing is now completed,
and is the safest and best one in the
whole Kingdom, thanks to the
skill and enterprise of Manager
Moore. The incline is of solid masonry
capable of hoisting from forty to fifty
tons at a load, and cost in the neighborhood
of $10,000. It would be a great accommodation
to the public if the Kinau
would stop at this place regular. It
would save many rides to Kawaihae.
The ballots for Honokaa and Waimea
came on the Kinau mail, but in some
way those for Kukuihaele failed to Bhow
up. Candidates began to get badly
scared about the legality of proceeding
with the election, but the Pele came up
Monday morning and landed a small
mail, including the missing ballots.
Quite a number of copies of R. W.
Wilcox's speech came up on the Hawaii
and have had free circulation, and
have created much furor and comment.
As a specimen of false and ignorant statements
and egotistical bombast it certainly
could not be beaten, is the univer
sal opinion, it should have been printed
in Hawaiian so that the natives could
have read it understandingly. It would
have been far better for his party (if any
churns him) had such a speech never
been made. Put him in charge of things
and in less than one year he will have
the English or American flag flying.
The caucus of this representative district
has ljeen very thorough, and all voters
have had a good opportunity to become
acquainted with the issues to be
decided to-day. Mr. W. H. Rickard and
J. K. Kaunamano have held joint meetings
in every village in the district. These
meetings have been of the nature of
joint debates. Ex-Judge Pakiki, who is
also a candidate, has taken part in some
of them, but he is not considered much of
a factor in the race, and will not poll a
very strong vote outside of Waimea, and
will probably stand second on the list
W. H. Rickard closed the camnaicn
last night with an address to the working
men, at the Lyceum.
To-day came in clear and cool and the
indications are that a full vote will be
cast, as most of the plantations have
given their white men and natives a holiday.
W. H. Rickard will be elected by
a good majority, having captured the
Portuguese vote in the past week. Kaunamano
will come in second and Z.
will bring up the rear. On the ticket
for Nobles we think that all the Independent
ticket will pull through with the
possible exception of W. H. Purvis. Mr.
P. has been reported from Hilo, over the
signature of a man that can hardly afford
to lie, as saying that he was opposed
to the Hamakua water ditch, volcano
road and most other internal improvements
He is down in Kau and Kona
and will not be able to set himself right,
and will consequently lose votes. J. M.
Horner stands a show of going in on
that part of the It is thought
that Mr. Albert Horner will be beaten
in North Hilo, for Representative, by
Mr. Mattoon, a native lawyer of recognized
ability. There has been no word
from Kohala for some davs.
Honokaa, Feb. 5, 1690."
International Slarlne Conference.
The International Marine Conference,
which was so long in session at Washington,
brought its labors to a close on
the 31st of December, when it was adjourned
without day. Those most interested
in the nrrvPAflimrH nf thi
ence appear to regard it as having
accomplished results which will be
found to be of value to the maritime
powers. The portion of the work of the
conference which took up the greater
part of its time was that relating to the
"rules of the road" and looking to the
prevention of collisions at Bea. This
portion of the work consumed all but a
few of the sessions of the conference.
Among the most important recommendations
adopted was one for the establishment
of a uniform system of
a reform which is most urgently
needed. Other recommendations look
to uniformity in surveying laws, so as to
require similar vessels of different countries
to carrv equivalent life-saving appliances,
uniformity in reporting, parking
and removing dangerous wrecks or
obstructions to navigation, and uniformity
in the transmission of warnings and
signals of approaching storms. The
establishment of a permanent maritime
commission was considered, but owing
to the strong opposition of the delegates
from England and Germany the conference
decided not t,o recommend it.
THE GENERAL ELECTION.
The National Reform Party Carries
This Island With One
Cecil Urowu Bents J. E. Bush by Thirteen
Votes in the First District
Eyerythlnc Passes off
The election for the purpose of
choosing by ballots tho Nobles and Representatives
of the Legislature, was held
Feb. 5th throughout the Kingdom. In
Honolulu the morning broke out fine and
pleasant weather prevailed throughout
the day. The Government building, the
two banks and many of the business
houses were closed for the day. The
departure pi the island steamers kept
many persons at work, otherwise the day
was pretty well observed as a general
holiday. The saloons were all closed,
and the election passed off io a quiet
manner. There were ten polling plares
in all in the city, and at no one was
there a very large crowd during the day.
At the Reformatory school some natives
were speech making tor a short time
during the morning. It was expected
there would be a good deal of challenging,
but there was not. At the
building one native offered two ballots,
but it was found out in time and he
lost his vote. The Inspectors at this
precinct, Messrs. H. Smith and Barney
Ordenstein, had a fine lunch provided at
noon. The polls opened at 8 a. u. and
closed at 5 p. m. At the latter hour the
work of counting began and before 9
o'clock all the returns were in the Interior
office. It was a difficult matter to
get the entire figures from the outer districts
but this much is known that J.
Paikuli beat J. L. Kaulukou in the Sixth
district, Antone Rosa was unopposed in
the Seventh and A. Kauhi is elected in
the Eighth. The entire National Reform
ticket for Nobles is elected
in these three districts. All the
candidates on the same ticket for
Representatives in Honolulu were elected
with the exception of J. E. Bush who
was beaten by Cecil Brown by thirteen
votes. A. Marques polled the highest
number of votes (442; of any Represent
H. G. Crabbe
D. W. Pua
E. C. Macfarlane
J. A. Cummins
H. A. Widemnnn
J. 8. Walker
S. M. Kaaukai,
J. I. Dowsett, Sr.,i
E. S. Cunha, V Two years.
u. x: lmiingnam.
R. Lishman, y Four years.
R. J. Greene, )
W. C. Wilder.
M. P. Robinson, Six years.
W. O. Smith.
THE 0THEK ISLANDS.
The Keform Party's Ticket In the Lead.
Only Two Districts to Hear From.
Since our last issue the result of the
election has been learned in all the districts,
with the exception of Kau and
Molokai. Returns have been received
from several districts, but not all being
in, a complete table cannot be given for
a day or two. Below will be found the
elected candidates to date :
NOBLES, -ISLAND OF OAI10.
J. A. Cummins ) 1
H.A.Widemann - six years. 1
J. S. Walker. ) 1
D. W. Pna ) 1
E. C. Macfarlane V four vears. 1
E. Muller. ) 1
John Phillips 1 . 1
H. G. Crabbe two years. 1
C. J. McCarthy. ) 1
Dis. 1 Cecil Brown 1 .
" 2 W. H. Cummings. . . 1
" 3 A. Marques 1
" 4 T.R.Lucas 1
" 5 R. W.Wilcox 1
" 6 J. Paikuli : 1
" 7 A. Rosa 1
" 8 A. Kauhi 1
NOBLES, ISLAND OF HAWAII.
J. Kauhane . ) - 1
J. M. Horner, f Blx years 1
R. R. Hind , 1
E.A.Burchardt.f four year8' 1
S. Parker j .n ' 1
C. H. Wetmore.f tW yearS 1
S. Hilo J. Nawabi
C. Hilo J. T. Baker
N. Hilo A. Horner 1
Hamakua W.H. Rickard.. 1
Kohala Kahookano 1
Kona J. H. Waipuilani 1
NOBLES, ISLAND OF MAUI.
H.P.Baldwin ) . 1
W.Y.Horner, f sir yeara' 1
I WHOLE No. 1309.
ative elected. The "littlo red lion"
gobbled up the auctioneer in the Fourth
iiistrict by a majority ot 193. Achi was
badly beaten by Wilcox in the Fifth
district. E. C. Macfarlane polled the
highest numborof votes for Noble on tho
elected ticket, viz.. SOS and J. S. Walker
the lowest, 825. On the Reform Noble
ticket B. F. Dillingham was given tho
highest number of votes, 778, and R. J.
Greene the lowest, 703.
Results from the other islands will be
awaited with interest. On Kauai it is
probable that the entire Reform ticket
may have been elected. On Hawaii,
which has six Nobles and seven Representatives,
it is felt certain that the Reform
Noble ticket is elected, with perhaps
one exception in the Kohala Noble,
where an Opposition and an Independent
candidate may have succeeded. Of
the seven Representatives elected on
Hawaii, at least three will be Reformers.
On Maui, which chooses six Nobles and
six Representatives, the reports from
various quarters indicate that the delegation
will be pretty equally divided between
the two parties, the Reform party-electing
a majority of the Nobles and but
two or three of the six Representatives.
The full returns from Maui, Molokai
and Lanai and also from Kauai will be
received on Sunday next, and we have
made special arrangements with every
district on Hawaii to have the returns
forwarded by special messengers from
Kau and Kona to Mahukona, from which
port we expect to receive the news also
on Sunday or Monday.
Following is a table giving the complete
returns for Nobles and Representatives
in Honolulu, and those for the outer
districts as far as possible :
TOR TUB ISLAND OF OAUU.
First district. lstprec. 2dprec.
Cecil Brown 106 190
John E. Bush 1C9 123
W. H. Cummings.. 224 187
S.K.Kane 90 123
Third district. '
A. Marques 202 240
M.A. Gousalves... 142 82
T. R. Lucas 297 104 .
J.F.Morgan 73 130
R.W.Wilcox 149 217
W. C. Achi 47 69
J. L. Kaulukou
Antone Rosa, (unopposed.)
J. I. Dowsett, Jr
NOBLES FOR THE ISLAND OF OAJSTJ.
NATIONAL REFORM TICKET.
1st dis. 2d dis. 3d dis. 4th dis. 5th dia.'
fl3 ihS 1tJ
s -a. -a -o & -a -a -a "a 3
"!- '-1 -11 "-1 "-l-l
era a a pa a a oo
07 91 GO 109 87 109 130 75 73 82
67 04 65 103 80 105 129 62 73 81
68 72 62 103 82 103 128 69 73 82
66 68 63 103 82 107 127 61 74 82
67 81 64 104 85 103 130 71 73 83
74 85 67 111 89 111 12S 74 74 85
68 88 65 110 88 106 128 74 74 84
68 84 671 105 85 107 127 66 74 83
67 69 621 97 83 105 126 65 73 78
1st dis. I 2d dis.
W. H. Cornwell
h fouryeara. i
two vpars. ,
Wailuku J. W. Kalua
L. W. P. Kanealii
Makawao W. H. Halstead.. 1
Hana P Kamai
Lahaina W. White 1
NOBLES, I8LAND OF KAUAI.
G. N. Wilcox, Six years 1
P. P. Kanoa, Four years. ... 1
Paul Isen berg, Two years... 1
Hanalei A. S. Wilcox 1
Lihue W. H. Rice 1
Waimea V. Knudsen 1
farewell Dinner Party.
Thursday evening Mr. and Mrs. Robt.
B. Brenham who left for the States on
the Zealandia, gave a farewell dinner
party at the Hawaiian Hotel to a number
of friends. Those present were:
Mrs. J. I. Dowsett. 8r., Mrs. C. B.
Misses Kate McGrew, Mary
Dowsett, Musgrave, Weight, Fintkler,
Severance and Davidson ; Messrs. J. I.
Dowsett, Jr., H. M. Whitnev, Jr., S. A.
Monsarrat, E. F. Bishop and
The dinner was an elegant one,
provided in the best style of the Hotel,
and under the supervision of Mr. P. M.
Lucas, the steward. The Hawaiian
Quintette Club was stationed on the veranda
and rendered vocal and instrumental
music during the dinner.
The Anglican Church Chronicle for
February, lie v. Alex. Mackintosh, editor,
is to hand with timely soggeeioBa
for the observance of the Lenten season.
Local church matters are very complete
and there is considerable news of the
church in America, England and the
Colonies. In the educational department
is an interesting article ea Normal
classes, while on the aext pae ooe reads
with much pleasure a yotijw lady's account
of a trip on Kauai. There is bo
fault to find with the number.