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i BY AUTHORITY.
To the Intfcctors vf Election hi the rev
eral Dish ids of the Kinciloms
Inquiries Laving been made whether
persons who are exempt fiom the pay
ment of personal taxes by reason of be.
lug clergymen, teachers, pupils In High
Schools, firemen, Ac, or by reason of
being over the age of sixty years or
whoso taxes have been excused by the
Assessor on account of InHimlly or
povcily, aic allowed by law to olc til
the Election for llcpicscntntivcu.
It is my opinion thai all such portions
me entitled to vole. Tliu Tax Collector
should issiio to each such pcreuu a tax
receipt with the words "Qualified to
Vote" upon It, which he must sign and
In place of the amount of taxes he must
write " exempt" or " excused." On the
presentation of this Tax Receipt to the
Inspectors of Election at their sessions
previous to the election, thonamo of the
voter must be put on the lisl of voteis
and the Itcccipt returned to the voter.
At the general Election to be held on
the 3rd February, 18S0, the votes of Mich
persons must be lecclved, unless chal
lenged for other reasons.
Honolulu, .ranuaiy 18, 1S8U. 2:M
imJiior& Co., bankers
Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands
Draw Exchange on the
JLIuiilc ol' Culilbmiu, S. IP.
And their agents in
NEW YORK, BOSTON, HONG KONG.
Messrs. N. M.Hothschild&Son, London.
The Commercial Hank Co., of Sydney,
The Commercial Hank Co., of Sydney,
The Hank ol Nev Zealand: Auckland,
Chrislchuich, and Wellington.
The Hank of Uritlsh Columbia, Vic
toria, 1). 0. and Portland, Or.
Transact a General Hanking Uusiness.
Fledged to neither Sect nor Party.
But established 'for the benefit of nil.
WEDNESDAY, JAN. 27. 1880.
The following is the lisl of Inde
pendent candidates for election to
the Legislative Assembly on Feb.
Old, in the various districts of the
Honolulu M. O. Caller. II. Water
house. 11. .Swlnton, Kapolena
Kwn and Walauae A. Kauhl
Walalua AV. E. 1 towel 1
Koolanloa Cei'il llrow n
Koolaupoko Erank Hrown
Lahaina M. W. Kalua.
Kaauapali .T. Illchard-ou
Wailuku W. It. Castle, L. W. 1
Makawao Chas. H. Dickey
liana AMI. HalMoad
Molokai and I.aual L. A. 'I'linr.-ton.
A. 1. 1'aehaolo
HIlo .. Nawahi, H. H. Hitchcock
Hamakua W. A. Kiiinev
Kohala Dr. .1. Wight
North Kona C. W. l'lllpo
South Kona A. 1. Kalaukoa
Kail .T. Kauhaue
Puna M. M. Kaulla
Llhuu and IColoa S. It. Dole
Hnnalci and Kawalhaii..). ll.Kaupeiia
Walmi'ii and Nllhau C. W. A'-hfoul
lteprecutatlvi" In former -elnn..
It will be observed that the ap
portionment is about even between
natives and foreigners, with a largo
proportion of the latter of Hawaiian
nativity though of foreign parentage.
This showing disposes cffeclunlby of
the Government paity's insinuation
that the Independent party desires
to deprive the natives of the privi
lege of helping to make the laws of
the country. In this as in other
respects the Government defenders
have been following a policy of
baro-.faccd deception. Furthermore,
there arc no olllce-liolding depen
dents on the Independent ticket, so
that its general return will give tho
nation the benefit of an independent
Legislature without waiting for a sta
tutory enactment for that purpose.
The "Morning Lyre" still dwells
on its proved libel against Opposi
tion merchants. Us "discrimina
tion" against truth is consummate.
A note written from liana by a
Government partisan, published in
the Press, shows that the most bare
faced corruption is being resorted
to by that side. The writer solicits
the vote of tho person addressed,
and offers live dollars for every voto
he can obtain, for tho Government
A letter from San Francisco in tho
Cfaxeile announces lliat tho cppitril
Btook of tho American. Sugar Refinery
litis been increased to one million
dollars, nil paid up, nnd that the
establishment is to bo made equal to
nil demands that may be made upon
its capacity. Further, that Senator
Stanford and Mr. Charles Crocker,
railway magnates both, had invested
in the enterprise. The writer goes
on to say that these and the other
stockholders will stand by the
Treaty, piovided a monopoly does
not continue to control Hawaiian
affairs for its own ends.
NOT A CANDIDATE FOR HONOLULU.
Eiurou Ili'i.ixTiN : Having heard
that my name had been used, of
late, in dilToient new electoral com
binations for the next Legislature,
I wish you to allow me to thank,
through your paper, all the friends
who have kindly thought of me.
Hut, as I do not favor the maimer
electoral campaigns are conducted
in this country, 1 do not wish it to
be understood that I want to run at
present for the Honolulu district.
"Thimble parties" arc the latest.
Crescent City is building a theatre.
Crescent City is filled with idle
Frost did not harm oranges on the
trees at Modesto.
Agricultural Park at Sacramento
has been leased for three years at
SI,1(V2 per j'car.
Mrs. Hagenow has been found
guilty, at San Jose, of practising
medicine without a license.
Nevada county Supervisors have
decided to put all vagrants to work
on the public roads.
Large excursion parties to Mexico
and Southern California were ex
pected to pass through El Paso
Habbit hunts are popular in
Shasta. A recent hunt near 1'itt
ville, of ten hours, ended in the
destruction of JJGIi.
The bodies of two murdered China
men were found on the trail between
Sunny South and Damascus, Placer
Miss Francisca Iladilla has sued
J. S. Phillips, a capitalist of Los
Angeles, for trilling witli her affec
tions. She claims 825,000 damages.
Horace Hell, editor of the Los
Angeles J'orcujnne, says he has
money enough to pay all damages
E. J. Baldwin may get against him
in his libel suit.
Mrs. Eleanor E. Kellogg of Visalia
died from a wound indicted by tho
tire of a fork in the thumb of her
left hand, on the 1st. Hlood poison
ing had resulted.
The little linnets arc proving such
a nuisance tins season, says the
Santa Maria Times, that man of
our citizens are poisoning them by
hundreds. One fruit man put out
poison apples, and next day (licked
ii(i 250 dead birds.
The Pacific Mail statement of
business for the last j'ear shows u
net increase in the earnings of over
8 percent, being $1,017,055. After
paying the dividend the company
carries over a surplus of S700,000.
Never before in the history of the
West have so many persons found
their deaths from severe cold, as arc
loported lost during the llrsl week
of Jan. twenty-four persons are
known to have been frozen to death
Zukcrtort won the third game in
the chess contest in New York. The
game now stands two to one, in
The New York Sun makes a
double-leaded appeal for subscrip
tions to the Irish Parliamentary fund,
which now amounts to 8155,000.
A friend of the New York Histor
ical Society has deposited with the
Central Trust Company 810,000 to
bo used for a new building, pro
vided 8300,000 is raised in two
The colt by Spendthrift, Doubt,
which, as a yearling, was sold last
year at Madison-square Garden, N.
Y., for 80,000, has been named
Stockton, and there is a report that
he will be matched against a 2-year-old
of Pierre Lorillard's. Stockton
is said to have run a half mile last
fall in fifty seconds.
The House Committee on Kivers
and Harbors wo resolved to limit
the total amount of the appropria
tion for improving the rivers and
harbors to 811,000,000.
The four children who returned
from Paris after having been inocu
lated for the rabies, by M. Pasteur,
arc pronounced in good health by
In a two-column letter to the
Times, ex-Consul Thomas 1$. Van
Htiren approves Col. John S.
Mosby's suggestion as to tho collec
tion of fees by consuls, lie also
suggests that it might bo wise to
abolish the diplomatic service, which
is undemocratic and unsuited to the
country's needs, and expend the
money saved on improving tho con
A LADY'S SIDE-SADDLE,
a 03t new. Apply to
101 Fort Street.
N 1NOUHATOH Eclipse self.
regulating in ported oiocr. A p.
ply TAHITI IjKMONADH UJil'OT,
Wrt sticct. no :u
A HAY MAKE, on the
night of .lanuary 25th,
with a Swinish Saddle
-. 3-nnd (Iridic on. branded
S. P. A. Can be found at tho PAN.
TIIE0N STAHLES by (laying charges.
full. uOlh, ill 7 1!!0 o'clock,
A Half-Mile Running Race,
Entrance free. Prize, Silver Mug.
Oiic.hour.go-a.you.plense, between Jas.
Torbert and J. Camara, the latter
having a btart of tt laps.
Admission, 25 Cents.
IMMEDIATELY after tho Sale of
X Lease of llicc Land on
SATURDAY, Jan. Oth,
I will oiler at Public Auction,
1 Large MacNcalc & Urban
No. 19 Fire-Proof Safe
Now on view at the oflleo of Hiistacc &
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
Thursday, Jan. Sth,
At 10 o'clock a.m., at our Salesroom, will
be sold, a full line of
Clothing, Crockery, Glassware,
Illue Mottled Soap, Lamp Chimnoys,
Cal. Potatoes, Onions, Corn nnd
AIsj, removed to our salesroom for con
venience, ABanRruDt Stock or goods,
consisting in pari of
Chinese Dried ITisli,
Hoxes Tobacco, Pepper, Mustard,
Jams, Soda Ciackers, etc. Also,
SACKS No. 1 & 2 SUGAR,
Hbls. Salmon, Kit? Mackerel,
Jewelry, Watchc, Guns, Pistols,
Cane and Wood Seat Chairs,
A lot of Mexican nnd other Saddles and
LYONS & COHEN,
30 It Auctioned s.
Harnesses at Auction.
On FItlDAY, Jan. gtttli,
at 11 a. in., at Auction lloom, without
lcserve, an Invoice of about
R Vatc Wmtf Mmmnoono
i row iwv luuiuMB,
Halters, Reins, etc., etc.
These Hnrnc-ses will bo sold POSI
TIVELY without regard to cost.
xter Como and Seo Them. "X9a
E. P. ADAMS & Co.,
!)5 3t Auctioneers.
AT 11. J. XOLTE'S
NOTICE of BEMOA'AL.
"TRS. GASCOYNE begs to inform
i.iX her numerous friends and cus
tomers that she has removed to tho pre
mlses lately occupied by Mr. Mlchlols,
at tho comer of Alnkcn nnd King
Streets. 81 lv
A COTTAGE of 5 or 0 rooms, In good
neighborhood, within lfi minutes'
walk of tho Government Buildings.
Plains preferred. Address, giving
location, rent, etc., P. O. IIox 837, City.
Annual Mooting Notice.
npiIE Annual Meeting of tho Hawaii.
JL an ltamlo Company (Limited), will
bo held at tho olllco of A. J. Cartwrlght,
Esq., Kaahumaniv Street, on MONDAY,
February 8, 1880, at 10 o'clock a.m,
34 3w W.F. ALLEN, Bec'y.
k r mil ai
Of Rice Land
The Lcac of Itlee Land described be
low for the term of six years and eleven
months (fl 11.12 years) to January 1,
1803, will be sold at Public Auction, at
the Salesroom of the undersigned, at 12
o'clock, noon, on
SATURDAY, Jan. 30, 1886,
Immediate possession given; rent pay
able quarterly in advance.
Description of Premises:
That portion of tho Crown Land of
Haulkl, lying between the public road
and tliu Pish Pond of Well nnd bluffs on
cither side of the valley; also, the tri
angular picco mnuka of the road, oppo.
bite tho artesian well, bounded by the
public road, tho bluff nnd the water
18 11-100 Acres of this Land as per
suivey is Hire Land ot the licit quality,
In prime condition for immediate plant
ing, abundantly supplied with water
from an artesian well on the land, and
I TiT-lO!) Acres of this Lund Is now cover
cd with Corn, which Is inclmicd In tho
purchase of tho Lease. The Hlco Land
ncrcimc mny bo Increased from year to
year by breaking up new patrhes on the
Miakal side; thl Land is two and one.
half (2) miles from 3Iosuiiiui'r corner,
ami U admirably adnptedfora vegetn.
bio gulden on a largo scale as well as for
inlsing small stock pig-, chickens,
ducks, &c , for the Honolulu market.
The Lease includes all tho buildings
nnd appuitcnances on the Land, to wit:
1 Dwelling House for
1 Store House,
1 Cook House,
1 set of Hog Pens, covered in, supplied
with iion feeding troughs, feed
house, cooking apparatus for hog
feed, together sufficient for the rals
ing and caro of 100 Hogs,
1 E-uck House, siifllciont for 1,000 ducks,
1 Dwelling House for duck keeper,
1 Threshing Machine for rice and horse,
power covered with a nubstantial
1 largo Threshing Floor,
All the above aro nearly now and in
good condition, ready for immcdlato
After the sale of tho foregoing Lease
there will bo sold, for ChhIi, the fol
lowing Live Stock, Agricultural Imple
ment? and Tools, which together form n
complete outfit for working the farm,
6 Work Oxen,
(2 of which arc accustomed to
the China Itlcc Harrow),
2 Wagon Horses, drive single,
1 Ox Cart,
3 O.v Yokes, with bows and keys com-
2 China Ox Yokes, for harrowing:
r Ox Chains
:i Steel Plows,
1 Cultivating Hni raw,
2 China Harrow?,
1 Light Spring Wngon,
1 Single Wagon Harness
:i Single Harnesses, Chain Traces;
10 Canal Wheel ;Banows,
:1 Hush Hooks,
1 Sod Cutter,
(! Long Handled Shovels,
1 Short 1). Handled Shovel,
10 Long Steel Folks for use on thresh
11 China Klco Haskcts
4 China Itieo Sieves,
I China Itlce Scoop,
II China Klco Poles,
8 China Sickles,
12 China Hlco Cuffs,
27 Rat Trap and Stakes,
1 Lot of Cordage,
t Hlco Ithd Guns, with llasks and
2 Hand Saws,
4 Deep Tubs for Hogleed. Redwood ;
2 Largo Tubs for llogfeed, Oak:
1 Oak Cask,
If. Pieces 2x12 N. W. Plank, 18 feet
3 Bundles l.aths,
3 Largo Sails for covering rice on the
CO Hogs, largo and small, more or less;
12 Hags SceilRIee,
BQr On view at Saleroom:
1 Light Goose-neck Dray, new;
1 Two-wheel Hreak, nearly now.
Plan and Survey of tho Property
can now bo seen at my Office
U6y- Tliu Premises aro opeu to In
spection nt any time previous to the
day of Sale.
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
230 Ot Auctioneer,
P. O. Box 207.
LEWIS & CO., GROCERS,
IMPOKTEHS AND DEALEHS IN
Staple and Fancy Groceries,
or uiul Ol Hold Street,
.lust received, ex O S S Co.'a steamer St. Paul,
Apples, Pears, Dried Figs, Dried Dates, Dried Apples,
Dried Pmclie, Dried Cherries Dried Pitted Plums, Dried Prunes, Swiss Cheese .
Oregon Crcnni Cheese, Edam Cheese, Cala. Cheese, Smoked Sausages, Smoked
J I ongues, Smoked Beef, Soused Tongues, Kits Salmon BcIHoh. Kfis SInckcrel.
Bunkers, Cala. Salt Pork. Kegs C.ila. Family Corned Bcof, Kegs 8alt
atcr Cucumbers. Kegs Saner Kraut, Kegs Holland Herrings Sicily Lemons,
Eastern Codllsh, Boneless Codfish, Stone .Tars Soused Pigs Feet, '"'""""'
A Nice Assortment of Biscuits,
"'"wnV."!!! 0ftclc,',,''.lakcu.s';a Foam Wafers, Peack nmlPrcin, Kaipborrv
Z lad 1) II rX ni? Snn3v,l'"i1 ) ' ",r,et 8lml ,on- Orossc 'illackwellV
Salad Oil, Cala. Olive Oil, Russian Gardelles, Russ bin Caviar, French Eatlnir
Chocolate, Instantaneous Chocolate, ' ftaiinj,
A Fine Lot of Cala. Potatoes and Onions,
29 All of which aio offered at low prices.
so, send me 20 yards. It is
have ever seen for the Money."
" Quite right. It's below value !"
Corner of Fort & Merchant Streets,
Has Just opened out a large and carefully selected stock of
G-ent's Fine Furnishing Goods,
CuMom-Mado Clothing, and Hats and Caps
Ii all tie Latest Styles and Patterns.
3T Particular attention Is called to an elegant lino of Gent's Neckwcnr.
NOTICE TO THE
Ladies and Gentlemen of Honolulu.
THE FIRM OF
TEMPLE OF FASHION !
Are retiring from the Clothing, GcntB Furnishing and Hat business, In
order to make room for tkoir largo Importations of
DRY GOODS, DRY GOODS,
And offer for sale at exceptional aud genuine bargains their cntlro
unsurpassed Stock of
Men's, Youth's and Hoys'
Suits, Hats, Gaps, etc., etc.
Tho many friends of our Mr. S. COHN will bo glad to learn that ho has re
turned fro.n San FiiuicUco nnd wllll conduct nnd superintend this Clearance Sale
personally, which alono is a guarantee to our many patrons of its genuineness.
Come and Secure Your Bargains, No
Reasonable Offer Refused,
IS that YOU, MH. FISHEL ?
"Hiive you any more of
tlint brown JERSEY cloth
double width, such as you
soltl to Mls. Jenkliison yes
terday for $1 50 a yard ? If '
the FINEST MATERIAL I
S. COHN & CO.,