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I BY AUTHORITY,
Ti' hnfcctorf, of Jiletlion in the .'
cial DNriJs of the Kingdom;
Inquiries having been made whether
persons who are exempt from the pay
ment of pcroiml taxes by reason of lie
ing clergymen, teachers, pupils In High
Schools, 'firemen, &C., or by reason of
helm: over the age of sixty yearn or
wlne taes have been excused by the
As.sess.or on account, of infirmity or
poverty, .ire allowed by law to vote at
the Election lor Representatives.
It N my opinion thai all such persons
arc entitled to vote. The Tax Collector
should Usui' to each such peron a tn
receipt with the word" "Qunlltlcd to
Vote " upon it, which he mut sign and
in place of the amount of taxes he must
write "exempt" or " excused." On the
presentation of this Tax Kccclpt to the
Inspector? of Election at their sessions
previous to the election, thoname of the
voter must he put on the list of voters
ami the ltecoipt lelurned to the voter.
At the general Election to ho held on
the ;ird February, 1SS0, the votes of such
persons must be received, unless chal
lenged for other reasons.
Honolulu, .limitary HI, 1S8U. 221
BISHOP & Co., BANKEHS
Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands
Draw Exchange on the
liiuilt oi California, S. IP.
And their agents in
NEW YORK. BOSTON, HONG KONG.
Messrs. X. M. Rothschild &Son, London.
The Commercial Hank Co.. of Sydney,
The Commercial Dank Co., of Sydney,
The bank of New Zealand : Auckland,
Christehurch, and Wellington.
The Hank of British Columbia, Vic
toria, 15. C. and Portland, Or.
Transact a General Hanking Business.
Pledged to neither Sect nor rity
Bat ciUillshcd for tlio bonoSt of all.
And every voter who casts n ballot
for the Government candidates, en
dorses those outrageous projects
for the demoralization and ruin of
the people. The duty of the hour is J
plain. To oust the present Govern
ment will be to prove before the
world that the native voter has at
tained a sulllclently advanced .stage
of civilization to be capable of
deciding what it and what is not
for ills own interests.
his party' "soft sawdor," as Sam
Slick would say. Ho therefore
came clown from his roost looking
very crestfallen. 'ftgW
LOST or STOLEN.
17ROM mv house at No. 121 Maunn.
. kea Street, on Filday night Inst,
.limitary 13th, my Bink Hook. 'I ho
bank has been notified of thu same.
The Under will be rewarded on return,
ing the same to the undeislgned.
JOHN ALL13X (Chlnainnn).
Honolulu, Jan. 1(5, 1WU. 27 2t
SATi'HDAY. .TAX. 10. 1880.
MUSIC IN THE AIR.
The electioneering methods of the
Government party arc neither new
nor unique. They are, in them
selves, the very strongest evidence
of weakness, and no person of or
dinary observation and intelligence
can fail to have noticed how exceed
ingly shy the Government candi
dates are of their own or their
masters' past record. There is an
unmistakable determination to "light
it out" on every lino except on the
merits oi the cabinet ministers indi
vidually, or of the policy of the
The howl of disloyalty raised and
reiterated from day to day against
the opposition candidates and their
supporters is the historical war-cry
of tvrannv both in England and
America. The people who, in the
great crisis of Knglish history, stood
manfully for their own and the
nation's liberty, were denounced its
traitors and rebels. Similar dirt
throwing was indulged in by the
foes of New England's liberties in
pre-revolutionaiy years. The third
edition of precisely the same book
Is now, in this year of grace, being
issued, chapter by chapter, from
the Monthly Advertiser olllce, and
foisted upon the Hawaiian electorate.
JJut the absurdity of striving to
synonymi.e the country's success
with the success of the batch of politi
cal venturers controlling its affairs,
is so palpably absurd that it requires
some ten or a dozen repetitions
every day to drill the minds of even
the Government scribes into a sort
of vague supposition that there must
be something in it. Loyalty and
patriotism, tree opium and licensed
gambling,arc:iniongtho planks of the
administration's platform. The lirst
named are hewn out by themselves,
cut and squared to suit the exi
gencies of the hour, and arc of value
only to the proprietors, on salary
pay days. The next named, opium
and gambling, they hope to have
the electors accept on the !Iril of
February, a hof)c that no well
wisher of this Kingdom desires to
see realized. The policy of national
debauchery by opium and gambling,
attempted by the present Govern
ment at last meeting of the Legis
lature, but fortunately frustrated,
does not harmonize with the assump
tions of immaculate patriotism in
clijlged in by thu self styled "na
Uonal party" in their appeals to
the support of their constitueats,
Hclow is given documentary evi
dence of the prostitution of the
educational service of the kingdom
to partisan purposes. It is a letter
received by a Government school
teacher from one of the Government
tools holding the position of tax
assessor. The latter threatens the
former, "by authority," with de
privation of position and pay if he
does not support the Government
candidate. By such means an in
capable, corrupt and corrupting
administration seeks to maintain its
grip on the nation's vitals:
To my Dear Friend,
1). Kr.KiOKAi.ANi, Esq.
A suitable time having presented
itself I now address a letter to your'
distinguished self, and you take the
good ' out of it and reply to me in
Who are you going to vote for?
I hear that it is C. Brown because
lie has given you S10. I now put
this question to you, which is the
best: S 10 which'lasts but a short
time, or regular -wages as a school
master that you and your wife can
live on, and draw regularly at the
end of every month until the year
ends? The S-10 in which you now
place your trust is for the present
only ; on the .'Ird of February it will
be gone, and do not ilattcr yourself
with the idea that you will get any
thing more out of C. Brown after
that time. 1 thcicforc place the
matter plainly before you, are you
willing to lose your subsistence from
this time forward, and I make this
statement to you with authority,
and request that you will use your
best judgment and think well over
the matters contained in this letter
and act accordingly, or time will
show that your occupation will be
taken away from you and your wife,
and you will be very sorry to miss
the regular monthly appearance of
your pay. 1 do not think that you
arc a fool and are unable to select
what is best for you, and I therefore
recommend you to vote for me.
J. 31. K.U'AIIIICAUA.
Fuhceniiki, Jan. 11, 1880.
To Hunt Funi i.shod,
AXEW House on llcrctania, coiner of
Pcnncoln Street! contains 7 lirgo
rooms wltli furniture and cooking nr
rnngements, water, garden, etc. Will
lease to respectable parties on reason,
able trrmx. Apply to
.1. E. WISEMAN,
27 lw General Business Agent.
FOJl SA LE,
NOUN'U Hull, i! months old, -iud
by Imp. Hercules, dam graded
Jersey Cow ; color, black with a few
white spots. Is very gentle and will
make a large animal. Apply or address
J. E. WISEMAN,
27 lw General Business Agent.
Administrators' Notice to
HAVING been appointed by the
Supreme Court in Prohntc tem
porary Administrators of the Estate of
Allium, other 'Vise LcengTat I'lo, late of
Wnlnlua, of the I land of Oahu. do
ceased, we hereby notify all creditors
of the said Allium to present their
claims against the said Estate, and all
pet sons owing to the said Estate to
make immediate payment to u. at the
olllce of M. S. Grinhaiim & Co., in
Honolulu S. SEUG,
Honolulu. January 10, ISSd. 27 -lw
ENGINE CO. No.
Iluw'n Cai ringe Mnnf 'c Co.,
E. O. Hall & Bon,
Inter.Island S. N. Co,,
llnw'n Agricultural Co.,
Wllder's Stcamhlp Co.,
C. Biewer A; Co..
Wnllukii Sugar Co.,
Iteciproclly Sugar Co.,
L. A. THUHSTON, Slouk Brokci.
3H Merchant Stieet. 151 ly
i DO 1(10
(! 7. 100
03 00 100
ELLO HERE !
Change -of Location.
HF. 1IKBBAEI). American Express
Company, lias removed his
No. GG Fort St., with J. A. Palmor,
where be can he found at all times.
SPECIAL Meeting of the above Com
pany will he held MONDAY
EVENING. January 16th, at 7:110
o'clock; also, .Moonlight Drill same
evening. I'cr order,
27 2t ROBT. MOHE, Foi email.
There is hope for the Kingdom
yet. During the heat and turmoil
of an election contest, our contem
porary, tiic Bui.i.utin, finds space
for two columns of original matter
on Apostolic succession, and may
take up the
Animal Meeting Notice.
rpilE Annual Electing of thu East
X Maul' Slock Co will be held at the
olllce of C. Brewer & Co. on MONDAY,
February 1, ISiO. at 10 o clock a.m.
210H1 P. C. JONES, Secictary.
Animal Meeting Notice.
rpilE adjourned Annual Meeting of
X the Reciprocity Sugar Co. will be
held at the otlico of W. It. Castlo at 10
a.m. MONDAY Junuarv IS. 1880.
224 -It E. D TENNEY, Sec'y.
soon be expected to
vexed question of
The letter on apostolic succession
was rather lengthy for any time,
but. unfortunately, we were com
mitted to its insertion by having
published shorter letters on the sub
ject previously. The right of legi
timate reply to criticism is one that
we hope never to lie compelled to
deny to a correspondent. Anyhow,
the Bn.i.r.riN is not a party hack,
but discusses politics on their merits.
If, however, it were designed to
make this paper a mere campaign
sheet on this occasion, wc should be
ashamed to have to 1111 up space with
columns of foreign stereotype plates,
as Hie Adcerliser does. For in
stance, in to-day's issue, it has,
among other eclectic matter of that
sort, a disquisition on the "Charac
teristics of Camels." The camel is
therein stated to be able to travel
from twelve to fourteen days without
water. In this respect, we may
observe in passing, the camel differs
from the I Iawauan Government party,
that cannot go one day without
I3x AV. S. J3vne,
For Sale at Lowest Bales, by
F. A. SCHAEFER & CO.
Vain Lois for Sale.
Queen St., next Bulletin Olllce
Horses broken to Sad
dle and names'),
Horses boarded by the
Q? day, week, or month,
Hoises Clipped. C3T Telephone 181.
WHEREAS Mr. John .1. llalstcad of
Ulupalakua, .Maul, has made an
assignment to the undersigned on the
Ilrd ilnv of December, A.I). 1885, for the
benellt of his creditors, notice is hereby
given to all i ersons havlne; claims
again! the said John J. HnUteiid, to
pre-tnt the saint; to J. F.. Hackfcld,
Honolulu, within tlncc mouth from
date hereof, oi they will be forever
haired, and all pcr.ons Indebted lo said
John J. llalstcad are heieby lcqucstcd
to niiiku immediate payment to the mid
J. V. Hackfcld.
J. F. BACKFEED,
Assignee of John J. llalstcad of Ulu.
Honolulu, Jan. n, issu. - oi
npiIE undersigned, having been duly
X appointed by the Hon. Jacob
Haidy, Circuit Judge of Kauai, II. I ,
Administrator of the Estate of S. K.
Kunpuu, late of Wnlmea, deceased,
heieby calls upon all per-ons Indebted
to sal'd Estate lo make immediate pay
ment lo me, and all poisons liming
claims against said estate, whether se.
cuied by mortgage or otherwise, arc re
quested to present such claims lo me at
my house in Hanalci, duly verllled,
within six months lrom date of this
notice or be foicver barred.
Administrator of the EMate of S. K.
Hanalci, Kauai, Jan. 8, 1880. 222
IN ihc Vineyard oil" Nuuanu Street, by
the First Bridge and back of E. S.
Cunha's propcity, a deniable lot with a
dwelling cottages thereon. .Main cot
tagc, I roomsT Kitchen, Cook House,
Chicken House, Hath and Wash Room.
The other 2 Cottages, each contain 2
rooms with Kitchen, Cook House, and
Bath room. Also, the exclusive right
of .vay leading to the premises. This
properly will bring in a rental of $180 n
year easily. Fine location, quiet neigh,
borhood and nicely adapted Jor small
families. AVater on thu premises. "Will
sell on reasonable terms lot cash. Apply
to J. E. WISEMAN,
' General Business Agent.
Merchant Street. 20 lw
For Sydney, N. S. W.
g The Magnificent Steamship
so, send me 20 yards.
have ever seen for the Money."
" Quite right. It's below value !"
IS that YOU, Mil. FISHEL ?
"Have yon tiny more of
that brown JEKSEY cloth,
double width, sncli as yon
sold to Mrs. Jeiikinson 'yes
terday for .SI HO st yard '.' If
It is the FINEST MATERIAL J
NOTICE rJ?0 -JTl-JUE
Ladies and Gentlemen of Honolulu.
THE FIRM OF S. COHN & CO.,
The statement of Mr. Ward, at
torney for the late Mr. Oakley, is
withheld to-day, as, not having been
written for publication, it is not in
(pule satisfactory form for that purpose.
TEMPLE OF FASHION !
Are reining fiom the Clothing, Gents Furnishing and Hat business, in
order to make room for their large importations of
DRY COODS, DRY GOODS,
And oiler for sale at exceptional and genuine bargains their entire
unsurpassed Slock of
Men's, Youth's and Roys'
Suits, Hats, Gaps, etc, etc.
The many friends of our Mr. S. COHN will ho glad to learn Hint ho has re
turned from San Finncisco and willl conduct and supci intend this Clearance Sale
peiaonally, which alone Is a guarantee to our many patrons of lis genuineness.
Come and Secure Your Bargains, No
Reasonable Offer Refused,
Intimation lias been given by the
Government weather bureau, of
squalls at the Fish Market, at four
o'clock this afternoon. The Ushers
for votes are as likely to " catch
crabs" as anything else.
Mr. John Sheldon, one of the
Government party's champions,
mounted the Armory steps at noon
to-day, and tried to attract an audi
ence of the native mechanics and
laborers employed in that vicinity.
Tlio intelligent workingmen would,
however, have none of him or Of
Uy order of the owner, wc shall sell at
Public Auction, on
MONDAY, January 25th,
at 12 o'clock, noon, at our Salesroom,
unless previously disposed of
at private sale,
All tlio following Designated
1st All those Premises situated rm
Jlnunakca street, N. ,
With the Buildings thereon,
having a frontage of 2t feet and a depth
of (Ij feet, yielding nn annual lent of
ijtloO. Leased for 10 years from Janu.
ury 1, 1830.
2nd That certain Parcel of Land
situated near the corner of Maunakea
nnd llerctania streets, containing an
area of 72 fathoms, upon which there me
3 Good Buildings,
yielding an annual lent of $20-1, payable
ilrd Those certain 2 Lots at ICapa.
lama, lying on Hie Ewn side of the lane
lending to Aiiblln's Estate, about 02 feet
front and 100 feet deep. They aio well
fenced and water laid on.
1th A l4 Interest In that certain
House Lot at Kikihalo,
known as tho Kaklna Premises, which
now rents for -J!i0 per annum. There
are 2 now Houses on these premises
with additional room for 11 more.
fiih Those 2 certain Lots at Kalihl,
continuing about 1 acre of good ICalo
Land and House Lot. with a new build-
in-: iheieou. Leased at if 100 per annum,
H years to inn.
Tliebe are all good paying propeities,
very suitable for Investment.
TERMS OF SALE-"One-third Cash,
balance 1 and 2 years with interest at
8 per cont. secured by mortgage,
E. P. ADAMS & CO.,
220 ICt Auctioneers.
Will leave for the above port on or
about FEimtJAltY 2, 1880.
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
The well-known Mngulficcnt Steamship
Will leave for the nbove port on or
about FEBRUARY 0, 18S0. For freight
and passage, npply to
22(1 II. HACKFEL1) & CO., Ag'ts.
Chas. Brewer & Co.'s Line of Boston
LEWIS & CO., GROCERS,
or ami OJ Hotel Wii'cot,
A Full Line of Gross & Blackwell's Canned Goods,
Fine Teas, Fine Teas, Fine Teas,
Staple and Fancy Groceries.
ZS" P. O. Box 297, Telephone 210 tj3a
SntiwiUotioii Guaranteed. 201 .
Shipper?; will please take notice that
the flue Bark
Will sail from Boston for this port on
or about APRIL 1st next. For parti
culars apply to
C. BREWER & Co.,
Or to CIIAS. BREWER & Co.,
210 2m 27 Kilby Street, Boston, Mass.
GalaHes & Mats !
By order of A. J. Cartwright, Esq.,
Executor of the Estate of Her Majesty
Queen Emma, wo will sell, at the resi
dence, corner Bcretnnla nnd Nuuanu St.,
On Wednesday, Fob. 10th,
at 10 a.m., a large lot of
uiilakslics, Native Km
Honolulu, H. I.
Wholesale Impotlcr and Denier in
Calitoruia Wince, Giocerlcs,
Provisions and Produce.
Fresh Receipts by every Steamer.
Just arrived, a huge consignment of
Wine, in Cases & Kegs,
Which he oilers for Sale at the usual low
200 prices. lm
I. els, Mats and Small Kahilis
. There aro over S00 Calabashes, made
of a variety of island woods, biich as
Kou, Cocoauut nnd Ko.i, and In dillcr
cut styles and sl.es. The Cocoauut
Calabashes upon Silver Stands, present
ed lo Her late Majesty by members of
the Royal Family of Ponmio, Queen of
the Society Islands, are very iuieresting
us curiosities and also as mementoes of
13?" An opportunity for examination
of thonhONO will he ntlordcd the day
before the sale from !) a.m. until 4 p.m.
E. P. ADAMS & Co.,
225 0 tu-thu-sat Auctioneers.
A GIRL between 15 nnd 18 years of
age to help In n store. Good
wages paid. Inquire nl THIS OFFICE.
Wo have received instructions to off or
nt public auction, on
Monday, Jan. 25th
At 12 o'clock noon, at our salesroom,
those certain eleven
Val'ble House Lots
On the Kalihl Road, near tho residence
of Capt. Lorenen of Steamer Likclike,
nt the following upset prices, viz:
Lot No. 2 101x100 feet. ..$275
!! 201x100 " .. 225
1205x100 " .. 225
5105x160 .. 275
7 2i:).lC5 " .. aoo
S 21!lxl25 " .. -175
0 05x110 " .. 475
10205x100 ' .. 275
1120.1x170 " .. iiOO
12 20Vl(i0 " .. 200
13205x100 " .. 175
These Lots aro on the rising ground
just beyond the What Cheer llouso and
command a lino view of Diamond Head
and the sea.
From tho natural slope of the land
the opportunity for dinlnage Is perfect.
Terms of Sale will he One-half Cash,
Balance in 2 Years,
Secured by mortgage with interest at 8
E. P. ADAMS & Co.,
221 lat Auctioneers,
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