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1 ' DY AUTHORITY.
To the Inspectors' of Elect ton-in the set
cial Districts of the Kingdoms
Inquiries bavlug been made whether
persons who arc exempt from the pay
ment of personal taxes by reason of be
ing clergymen, teachers, pupils In High
Schools, firemen, &c, or by reasou of
being over the nge of sixty years or
whose taxes have been rxcused by the
Assessor on account of infirmity or
poverty, are allowed by law to voto at
the Election for llcprcsentnlivcs.
It s my opinion that all such pet sons
aic inllUcd to vole. The Tax Collector
should Isauo to each Mich person a lax
receipt with the woids "Qualified to
Vote" upon it, which lie must sign and
in place of the nmount of taxes he must
write "exempt" or "excused." On the
presentation of Uds Tax Receipt to the
Inspectors of Election at their sessions
previous to the election, the name of the
voter must be put on the list of voters
and the ltccoipt returned to the voter.
At the general Election to be held on
the Unl Fcbi uary, 18SG, the votes of Mich
persons must be received, unless chal
lenged for other reasons.
Honolulu, January 'i, 1SS0. U2I
BISHOP & Co., BANKERS
Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands
Draw Exchange on the
JJiuilt oi Cttlii'ornia, W.
And their ngeuts in
NEW YORK, BOSTON, HONG KONG.
Messrs. N. M.Kothschlld &Son, London.
The Commercial Bank Co., of Sydney,
The Coinmeicial Dunk Co., of Sydnoy,
The Bank of New Zealand: Auckland,
Chrislehurch, and Wellington.
The Bank of British Columbia, Vic
toria, B. C. and Portland, Or.
Transact a General Banking Business.
Pledged to nolther Beet nor Party,
Bat established for the lionoSt of fill,
SATURDAY, JAN. 23. 1830.
It is of the first impoitancc, at
the present stage of affairs in tills
kingdom, that every voter ask him
self the question whether, in the
exercise of the franchise, ho recog
nizes himself us his own master and
acting for his own good, or as a sort
of retainer and servant to be used,
at will, to advance tho petty interests
of some aspirant for place and
"salary. No man, with a particle of
self-respect in him, can suffer him
self to be a stepping stone for the
elevation of any pretentious citizen
who may rcquiro the voter's assist
ance for that put pose. Candidates
for the honor of representing tho
people and candidates for the honor
of representing themselves or their
employers arc now before the
electors. And, if the candidates on
the Government side could present
themselves, severally, on their own
merits, and as independent expo
nents of the views of their consti
tuents, the election might be run on
the choice of the electors whether
they would be represented by this
or, that candidate. Such a choice
would be a perfectly legitimate one to
be made by an independent citizen.
Hut unfortunately, the issue is not
one that admits of the exercise of a
spirit of independence ate tlic'part
of the voter. With few exceptions,
the Government party candidates
are not themselves free men in the
only sense in which the members of
n constitutional legislature can be
recognized as such. These candi
dates arc employees of the Cabinet,
and their supporters will enjoy tho
doubtful honor of castinK their
ballots for servants who may be ex
pected to represent their consti
tuents only in so far as this can bo
done consistently with the orders of
their masters. And it is for this
sort of legislators that the people
of this country arc asked by tho
Government manipulators of tho
political situation to voto. It is a
piece of degradation to which the
electors of no other constitutionally
governed state in tho world is ex
pected to submit. No placeman
dnro present himself for the suffrage
of an American citizen or of a British
subject. No Federal official can
possibly becomo a member of cither
branch of the House of Congress.
And .'so carefully are tho interests of
tho,clcctoratc guarded by the con
, stitution of tho United Slates that
picmbcr3 of lUo Cabinet aro not per-
rolttctl to be members of cither
branch of the Legislature. Cana
dian laws ure no less explicit in
their provisions for securing the like
privileges to the people. Under
United States laws, supposing them
in force heic, two-thirds of the Gov
ernment candidates' arc ineligible,
and their admission to scats in the
Legislature an absolute impossibi
lity. Under Canadian laws, the
same creatures', if elected, might
take their seats, but their doing so
would be in the face of a penalty of
SI, 000 per day. Thus it is tlmt
under both the American and the
Hritisli constitutions, which arc,
without question, the greatest ex
amples of (lie republican and monar
chical system the world lias yet seen,
the elimination of servants of the
Government from legislative func
tions is recognized as a vital patt of
the liberty of the people. Here, in
Hawaii, the voters arc frantically
urged by tho ruling party to stand
by a set of candidates who, in tho
very countries whence this kingdom
is supposed to tako her legal and
constitutional precedents, would be
flung into the Legislative waste
wouit ritzzi.i:. no. mi.
I am u rare and precious gem,
Considered ipiltc a prize.
I vary very much In price,
According to my M.e.
I'm often wen on people's hnuiK
And under printer's heel';
I am not found in whales or t-hark,
But oftentimes in i-oals.
All prlnter.i know me by my face,
And piece hands like me well,
Kor 1 am called fat typo to'cl,
That knocks Long P. to L.
Now typos, It you give me out.
I'll give you full-face heads.
Or take a cheep's foot-in eaeh hand,
And chase you to your beds.
Jtcmovc my bead a little way,
And by me you will pass
Whenever you go out of tow u.
To court a couutiy lass.
.Behead me. now, yet 1 remain.
The very fcelNainc thing.
Between two lovers I oft am,
And poets of me sing.
Behead again, and I am what
Some Miming people did,
So long as food was in their reach,
And without being bid.
Cm tail me, now, and I become
A word of no small note;
I'm found In till the standard works,
And Byron inc oft wiote.
Put back my f ci-ond bead ngaln,
Pronounce nie backward pleao,
And on policemen I am found,
And dogs that carry liens.
Answer to No. 11. Galoot,
Tool. Gnl, Lag.
IF I SHOULD DIE HERE.
If I should die on volcanic land,
Tar, far away from iny native city,
With its cut peaceful, pebbled strand,
Would 1. then, awake your pity?
VouId you inyhenit-hungcr understand,
And weep for me?
Xo! You might come with mournful
And shig of a glorious life above,
But your tears will leave no traces
Like' tho burning team of love.
Jf I should die here, ou the morrow,
Hide from view my lifeless clay,
Let no stranger's nurfacc sorrow,
III pretended grief display,
Let no whisper of death's horror,
Cloud tho sunshine.
Lay my bead on earth's last pillow,
And 'neatb the sun's blight shining rays,
Gently deck my lone bier o'er.
With your choicest, sweetest Ms.
If I should die, 'neath a Minuet sky,
Silently, let my dut be borne away,
While the nlght-wlnds sob and sigh;
Their la--t Good-bye, and softly play,
A requiem to the King most high,
Kor my tplilt.
Swift o'er the silvery ocean's spray,
Carry me to wbeio Ibc sun-beams bide;
There 1 pray to lie, 'mid shadows gray,
On Mountain View, by my dead mother's
side. Aoxr.s M. liuiuci:.
Honolulu, Jan. 21, 18S11.
Ei.ur.it W. M. Hkam'.v will preach at
7:I!0 1'. St., In the tent, corner of Alakea
and Hotel streets.
ltOMAN OATIIOMU CATIU'.IUtAI..
High mass at 10 A. si. Benediction of
the Blessed Sacrament at 1 v. st.
Y. M. C. A. Young Men's
Class in the parlor at 1:I5 A. si.,
ducted by the General Secretary,
pel praise service at 0:110 v. si.
YV. O. T. U. A gospel leniperanco
meeting will be held on the wharf, foot
of loi t street, ;i:;i0 l". Si. Good singing,
led by a band cornet, will bo provided.
Br.Tin:i, Umos Ciujwjh. Hcv. E.
C. Oggel. pastor. Pleaching by the
pastor at 11 a. si. and 7:110 v. si. Morn
ing subject, "The Church." Evening,
a praise and gospel service, In which
the church choir and a full chorus
choir of young people will assist. Sub
ject, "Seeking to Save." Seats free, and
FohtStkkut Ciimtoii. Itev. J. A.
Cruznn, pastor. Pleaching by the
pastor at 11 A. si., and 7::i0'i m on
the subject, "An Open Window, which
gives a Glimpse of Heaven and Hell,
and thu Lessons to learned by looking
through It." At (ho latter seivlce. In
addition to the congregational singing,
led by cornet, violin and other Instru
ments, tho church choir will sine colour
tlons from Ucothovcn. Weber and Buck.
Seats free, no collection and a cordial
St. ASDItUW'S OATnJ-DHAL. Tho
first congregation will have services,
conducted by tho Bishop of Houolulu,
to-morrow, as follow t Holy Communion
at 0 130 A. Si. I mntlus, nud sermon by
the Bishop at 0 :30 a. St. ; Sunday school
ntll a. si.; cvpiigsong and catechetical
Icctiuebvthe Bishop, at 0 v. Si. No
nppropiliitlon of scats. The second
congregation, conducted by Hev. Geo.
Walmce, will have Sunday school at 10
A. st. in the Punahou Preparatory
school. Morning prayer with sermon,
at 11:15 A. si., and evening prayer at
The Hoyui Hawaiian Hand will
play at Emma Square at J o'clock
this afternoon. Following is tho
March Oaliu Merger
Overture Fostlvnlc Bach
Hcinlulseenccs of Balfe, (new). Godfrey
Selection Veil-Vert, (new). Offenbach
Waltz A Maid of Kent Lowthlan
Galop Carillon Lculner
rpiIIJ HKV.nnd MMS.K. U.UUGKL,
X regretting to miss so many culls,
will, after this, be at home, on Nunnnti
Avenue, every PHI DAY AFTERNOON
from x till r, ociocii, wneu nicy win oe
hannv to see their lrlends.
Honolulu, January 1!2, 1830.
THE large and commodious Building
situated on Nuuanu Street, a few
doors above Hotel Street, and recently
occupied as u Drug Store by Messrs.
Hollister & Co. Prom Us location in a
central position on one of our most busy
thoroughfares, It is admirably adapted
to business pui poses. Tor full parti
:):i 1 in No. y Knahumanu St.
A COTTAGE of 5 or 0 rooms, hi good
neighborhood, within 15 minutes'
wall; of the Government Buildings.
Plains preferred. Addiess, giving
location, rent, etc.. P. O. Bo H37, City.
SUPKIttlE COUEtT of the Ha
walian Islands. In the matter of
the Bankruptcy of HOOK LOY ICEE
COMPANY. Before Justice McCully.
Hook Loy Kcc Company, doing busi
ness in Honolulu, having this day been
adjudicated bankrupt on their own
petition, it is hereby ordered that nil
creditors of said bankrupt come in and
prove their claims, before mc, nt my
Chambers, in Honolulu,
On Wednesday, January 27, 1880,
at 10 o'clock a. m.
And it is further ordered that, upon
said day, the creditors do proceed to
hold tho ELECTION of an assignee or
nssignces of said bankrupt estate, and
lhat notice hereof be published in the
Chinese AVtw once, and in the Daily
Bin.i.iiTiN three times previous to said
Dated Honolulu, January 1G, 1880.
Justice Supreme Court.
Attest: Henry P. Pooit,
Second Deputy Clerk. 33 8t
A SMALL Leather Purse, containing
one $20 'Mil, two Tax Receipts,
and two Deposit Certificates of Bishop
& Co., in fiiTor of James Wallace, one.
No. 13883 for SfMO, and one, No. 13851
for $100. All persons nro cautioned
ngainst negotiating the above receipts,
as payment nt tho Bank has been stop,
peel. A reward of $25 will be paid ihe
person returning the above to the store
of J. M. Oat, Jr., & Co.
US lw JAMES WALLACE.
Election of Officers.
the Annual Meeting of tho Ha
ivalian Agricultural Company
held on the 21st January, the following
olllcers were elected to servo for the cur-
Hon. Chah H. Bishop President
Mil. Sasi'i. C. Aiii.uK Vice-President
Jin. P. C. Joxns Treasurer
Mn. Josiu'ii O. Cahteii Secretary
Mn. Tom May Auditor
Directors Hon. C. E. Bishop, Mr. S.
C. Allen and Mr. P. C. Jones.
J. O. GARTEN,
Scc'y Hawaiian Agricultural Co.
Honolulu, Jan. 22, ISSli. 32 lm
Special Sale ol
By order of Mr. E. Lycan, I am in
structed to oiler at Public Auction, on
TUESDAY, Jan. 2(iili,
at 12 o'clock noon, at my salesroom, a
large variety of
Young Fruit Trees
& CRAPE VINES,
Lychl Trees, Alligator Pears,
Oranges, Lemons, Limes,
Koa Trees, Roso Apples,
Codco Trees, Spanish Cherries, &c,
And a large assortment of
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
32 3t Auctioneer.
On Monday, Jan. 25th,
At 10 o'clock a.m., at the Residence, No.
8,Emma St., abovo Bcrctania St.,
will bo told at auction,
Comprising Bedstead and Spring Mat-
tresa, Largo and Small Rugs,
Lounge Willow Rockers,
BWExtcnsion Dining Table & Chairs
Splendid Largo Dinner Set,
Crockery and Glassware. Lamps, Cur
tains and Cornices, 1 Japaneso Tea
Bet, Meat Safe, Slver Ico Pitcher,
Domestic Sowing Machine,
Nearly new; Medallion Range, nl
most new, Kitchen Utensils, etc.
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
29 Ct Auctioneer,
Of Rice Land
The Lease of Rice Land denrlbed be
low for the term of six years and elexeu
months (0 IMS years) to January I,
1803, will be sold at Public Auction, at
the Salesroom of the u.iderslgiud, at 12
o'clock, noon, on
SATURDAY, k 30, 1886,
Iinmi'iliale possession given; rent pay
able quarterly In advance.
Description of Promises:
That portion of tho Crown Land of
Hauikl, lying between the public road
and the Fish Pond of Well and bluffs on
cither side of tho valley; nlso, tho tri
angular piccu mnuka of the road, oppo
site the artesian well, bounded by the
public road, the blull' and the water
13 11-101) Acres of this Land as tier
survey is Hire Land nt the best rpialitj',
in prime condition for Immediate plant
ing, abundantly supplied with water
from an artesian well on the laud, ami
I ii'.IOO Acres of this L-inil is now cover,
cd with Coin, which Is Included In tlie
puichaso of tlie Lease. The Rice Land
acreasie may be increased from year to
year by breaking up new patches on the
makal side; till" Land is two and one
half (2(j) miles from Mossman's corner,
and is iHlnilrnbly adapted for a vegeta
ble garden on a large scale as well as for
raising small stock pigs, chickens,
ducks, Ax , for the Honolulu market.
The Lease includes nil the buildings
and appurtenances on the Land, to wit:
I Dwelling House Tor
1 Store House,
1 Cook House,
1 set of Hog Pens, covered in, supplied
with iron feeding troughs, feed
house, cooking apparatus for hog
feed, together sufficient for tho rais
ing nnd care of 100 Hogs,
1 Duck House, sullicicnt lor 1,000 ducks,
1 Dwelling House for duck keeper,
1 Threshing Machine for rice and horse
power covered with a nubstantial
1 large Threshing Floor,
All the above are nearly new and in
good condition, ready for immediate
After the sale of the foregoing Lease
there will be sold, fur Cnnli, the fol
lowing Live Stock, Agricultural Imple
ments nnd Tools, which together form a
complete outfit for working the farm,
6 Work Oxen,
(2 of which arc accustomed to
the China Rice Harrow),
2 Wagon Horses, drive single,
1 Ox Cnrt,
a Ox Yokes, with bous and keys com
plete, 2 China Ox Yokes, for harrowing;
". Ox Chains,
:i Steel Plows,
1 Cultivating Harrow,
2 China Harrows,
1 Light Spring Wagon,
1 Single Wagon Harness,
:i Single Harnesses, Chain Traces;
10 Canal Wheel Barrows,
7 Picks, s
y Mattocks, -.
;i Bush Hooks,
1 Sod Cutter, .
S Long Handled Shovels, ) '
1 Short D. Handled Shovel,
10 Long Steel Forks, for u?e on thresh
ing floor; "3 ,
11 China Rico Baskets,
1 China Rico Sieves, '
I China Rice Scoop,
II China Rice Poles,
8 China Sickles,
12 China Itlco Cuffs,
27 Rat Trap and Stakes,
1 Lot of Cordage, , , '
4 Rico Illrd Guns, with llasks ' and
2 Hand Saws,
4 Deep Tubs for Hogfced, Redwood;
2 Largo Tubs for Hogfced, Oak;
1 Oak Cask,
15 Pieces 2x12 N. W. "Plank, 18 feet
it Rutidlcs Laths,
:i Largo Sails for covering rice on tho
50 Hogs, largo and small, more or less;
12 Jlags SecdRlce,
B6f On view at Saleroom ;
1 Light Goose-neck Dray, new;
1 Two-wheel Break, nearly new.
Plan and Survey of tho Property
can now ho seen at my Office.
CSV- The Premises aro open to In
spection at any time previous to the
day of Sale,
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
230 Ot Auctioneer.
P. O. Box 207.
LEWIS & CO., GROCERS,
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
Staple and Fancy Groceries,
(17 ami 4M Hotel Street,
Just received, v O S 8 Co.'s steamer St. Paul,
Apples, Pears, Dried Figs, Dried Dates, Dried Applos,
Dried Peaches, Dried Cherries, Dried Pitted Plums, Dried Prunes, Swiss Cheeso,
Oregon Cream Cheese, Edam Checfc, Cala Cheese, Smoked Sausages, Smoked
Tongues, Smoked Reef, Soused Tongues, Kits Salmon BcIIIch, Kits Mackerel,
Kegs RunkcM, Cala. Salt Pork, Kegs Gain. Family Corned Beef, Kegs Salt
Water Cucumbers, Kegs Saner Kraut, Kccm Holland Herring, Sicily Lemons,
Eastern Codllsh, Boneless CodlMi, Stone Jars Soused Pigs Feel,
A Nice Assortment of Biseuils,
Grah-iiu Wafers, Oaten Flakes, Sea Foam Wafers, Pcack and Frcan, Ruspbenv
Wafers, Barton it Geislcrs Salad Oil, Durct Salad Oil, Crosse fc Blackwell'n
Salad Oil, Cala. Olive Oil, Russian Gardcllcs, Russian Caviar, French Eating
Chocolate, Instantaneous Chocolate,
A Fine Lot of Cala. Potatoes and Onions,
20 All of which are offered at low prices.
i i tr. i fjrjw aip'ii
-s I I'HWWA
so, send mc 20 yards. It is the FINEST MATERIAL I
have ever seen for the Money.''
" Quite right. It's below value !"
" GOOD-BYE ! '-
Corner of Fort & Merchant Streets,
Has just opened out a large and carefully selected stock of
Gent's Fine Furnishing Goods,
Cu.stom.JIndo Clothing, and Hats and Caps
11 all flu Latest styles aid Pattens.
C2T Particular attention is called to an elegant line of Gent's Neckwear.
IVOTICJE TO TJBLE
Ladies and Gentlemen of Honolulu.-
THE FIHM OF S. COIIN & CO.,
TEMPLE OF FASHION !
Are retiring from tho Clothing, Gents Furnishing and Hat husiness, in
order to make room for tkeir largo importations of
DRY GOODS, DRY GOODS,
And offer for salo at exceptional nnd genuine bargains their entire
unsurpassed Stock of
Men's, Youth's and Boys'
Suits, Hats, Caps, etc., etc.
Tho many friends of our Mr. S. COHN will he glad to learn that ho has re
turned from ban FiancUco and wllll conduct nnd superintend tills Clearanco Sale
personally, which alono Is a guarantee to our many patrons of its genuineness.
Come and Secure Your Bargains, No
Reasonable Offer Refused,
Hint YOU. MR. FISIII2L ?
"Have you any more of
that brown JERSEY cloth
double width, such as yon
JL''-i soltl to lra' Jeikinsoii yes-
day for .SI 50 a yard? If
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