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Australia November 22
Alameda. Doccmbdr 14
Australian Mall Service
FOB BAN FRANCISCO,
The now and fine Al steel stenn-.sbip
O ktftfi Oceanic Steamship Company, 'will
.JiDe due at Honolulu from Sydney
and Auckland on or ahout
December 14, 1889.
Aud will leave for the above port with
lualls and passengers nil di' nbout that
iFor freight or psssaire, imviug KIT.
PCHtOH AmlMtiIATlf.i.Nr, apply
iHLti. LRWLK & CO., Agent.
For Sydney and Auckland
'Hie ut-v bud line Al Ptccl slearcaulp
Of, die Oceanic Steamship Company, will
be due at Honolulu from Suu
Francisco ou or about
November 23, 1889.
And will have prompt dispatch witli
malls and passengers for the above ports.
For freight or passage, having BU
PEIHOK ACCOMMODATIONS, applj
:$7 WM. G. IEWIN & CO.. Airents
A. G. SILVA,
(J7 Hotel St., opposite Bethel St.
Cabinet Work Neatly Done.
Furniture llepaired & Polished.
lultlntr ,&2 CnrilN XjiUI.
j-Work well and promptly done at
reasonable prices. 396 Im
Tax Collector's Notice, 1889,
THK undersigned Deputy A-cor
and Collector of Taxes for the 1M
tilct of Walluku, Island of Maul. II. I.,
hereby gives notice thai lie will be at
the following places on the dates given,
for the purpose of collecting tnxc-: tR'.-t
TUESDAY, Xov. 12th. 183!), at Makena
THURSDAY, Xov. Hth, 1380, :it Wal-
MONDAY. Nov. lSili, 1830, at Wnlkapu
TUESDAY, Xov. .-. th. ISSO.at Kahulnl
On all other days during the month
of Xnveinber and December (Sundays
excepted) from 0 a. in. to I p. in. dally
and ou Saturday-, from !) a. m. to 12
noon at his ofile'e at Wnilukn.
All amounts oer S10 must he pa'd iu
U.S. sold coin, or iu Hawaiian 20 f'pi
liticales of Deport.
Taxes remaining unpaid after Decem
ber 13th will be "object to an additional
charge of 10 per cent.
.T.no. II. STLLLIXG,
Depnty Ascs-or A Collector of Taxes
Dliiiiet of Wnilukn, Island of
Walluku, Maul. II. I., Xov. 1, 1S89.
Notice to Tax Payers, 1889.
rpnR undersigned Deputy Assessor
t. and Collector of Taxes for the
lIttlct of Maknwao, Island of Maui,
licieby givers notice to the tax payers of
the said district, that lie vt HI meet them
nr the time and plices below specified
for the puipo'C of recehiii" tlieir t:iM;s
for A. D. ISdO:
SATURDAY, Xo. tiOth. 1SS0, at Huelo
-MONDAY. Dee. !d, 1S80, at Pauwela
TUKSDAY, Dec. ISrd, 1S30. at Pain
WEDNESDAY, Dee. -Un, lh.SO, at .Ins.
THURSDAY, Dec. r.th, 1SS!. at D. El-
FItlDAV. Dec. fith, 1?S0, at.I. K. Ka-
And on all other days during the
mouth of .November and of December to
ttie 15th at his otlleo at the Giove
Ranch, llnknv.no, Maui.
All amounts over 810 must ho paid in
IT. S. gold coin or i20 Hawaiian Ceili
tteates of Deposits.
Taxes remaining unpaid after Dee.
15th will he ehaiged 10 per tent, addi
tional. w.m. p. fenxi:t.l.
tDepnty Assessor A Collector of Taxes
Makawno. Nov. lr, 1S80. . sou Sw
118. MONROE, indies' nurse, ha
removed to n. :$, Kiikui laue
ANEW Wilcox A White Parlor
Organ with eight stops,. Suitable
tin- bcbool or church. A line inetru.
mail. Apply at 07 Punchbowl Mrret,
oipoille N. P. MUsion Iiihtlluh-, ur.l If
AH. ROW AT, Veterinary Surgeon,
olilco aud pharmauv at Hawaiian
Hotel Blables, corner Hotel aud Uiobaid
atieat. Scietilllle treatment In all di.
eases of domestic animal. Orders for
plnulatlou and ranch stock promptly
uttemied to. Mutual Telephone U14,
P. 0. Box :12!J. mh.lSMi
HAVING bought .out Mi. W, II,
Page in the "Honolulu Can luge
Manufactory," at lis Fort street, I am
prepared to continue the above business
under the old nanus of Honolulu Cit.
i luge Munufactoiy, and being an old
experienced carriage builder I solicit
the patronage of my old friends and tiie
public in giueral.nud with ray thorough
knowledge, of the busiuesa aud with ex.
perieored workmen aud using o'uly the
best materiul 1 guurautee ginernl saliB.
fdetouf Please call aud tee me before
lloitojttlu, Oct. 28, 1U8U, ' loi tf
inawww wgm, ;jiw nwrwae.tW!aaTW
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California Hay, Oats, Bran,
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Unrloy, Rolled Hurley,
M 111 ill hi (J round Hurley,
Wheal and CJoni Flour.
FLOUR xsr-Alin, Golden Gale & Saliiins-xea FLOUR
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Chandeliers, Lamps and Lanterns,
WATER PIPE and RUBBER HOSE,
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PLTJMBIHG, TIN, COPJEE AND
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AM. QUALITIES OF
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JST fall it ml examine our "New
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on November lfltli
The Best Paper to Heud Abroad.
UK At UT lCliir Htvviit.
QUALIFICATION' OF VOTERS FOR
tlV A MKCUANIC.
Sweden is recognised as one of tho
most liberal monarchies in Europe,
partly from the fact, that tho elec
tive principle enters into the compo
sition of both bouses of the Legisla
ture. The lliksring meets .ywily
ntul consists of two houses. The
tipper hoiiso numbers one member
for every thirty thounand inhabit
ants, nuil Is elected by rural bodies
In the counties (landsttng) and 'by
tho municipal councils of the larger
towns for nine yenrs. The qualifi
cation for a candidate Is that he
must be a Swede and have paid
taxes on $.1080 of annual income,
or lias for the precedittg three years
possessed real estate of the value of
82 100. The voters for tho lower
lioii'o must, own bind of llio value of
S270, or pay luxes on nn annual iu
dine of SvMO. This qualillr'ntion
limits the number of elector's in sii
dercont of tlu1 popul.dloii.
It may not be out of place here to
refer to the evoellent plan of tin1
Itiksdng for adjusting deadlock
between the houses when they dif
fer on budget (juestions, which con
sists in the two houses sitting to
gether, discussing their differences
and deciding the mailer by u com
mon vole. This givea the lower
house an udvantage from its num
bering about fifty members more
than the upper house.
Sweden is proverbial for the in
telligence, thrift and patriotism of
its people, virtues that are essential
to a safe extension of the voting
power. Can the same be said of
our voting population? And yet, our
proportion of voters is much in ex
cess of that of Sweden.
When we come to examine the
constitutions of the French and
Swiss republics we find that in all
the vicissitudes through which they
passed, at times torn almost to
shreds by popular tumult and for
eign wars, yet the principle of dual
houses of Legislature exists, and in
France especially, where it has been
most severely tried in the crucible
of aftliction, the senate exists by
popular will ; although it is elected
by a method which might bo called
an electoral college of various bo
dies, of so highly conservative a
character as to render it equal to
being elected by a very high pro
Hut the French nation recognizes
the value of lite conservative lean
ing of theSennte and well it might:
for the numerous instances its which
it has stood in the breach, opposed
to the tide of popular clamor which
had dangerously swayed the cham
ber of deputies.
It is not the writer's intention to
be prolix, but the subject is one de
manding serious thought and is
worthy of the attention of others
more capable of espounding the
piinciplcs which underlie the ques
tion, than a horny-handed laborer
can pretend to be. These crude
thoughts are not intended for sa
vants to criticise, but arn merely
rough outlines for ignoramuses like
myself. Lot us in conclusion glance
briefly at the Constitution of the
United .Slates and tho basis of elec
toral power upon which the United
States Senate rests, and wind up
with an analysis of our own voting
(To he continual.')
A POINT ON THE CHINESE QUES
TION. Well-wishers of the llawniian race
often express regret that eirh edu
cated at such institutions as Kawai
ahao Seminary seem to have a re
pugnance for marrying into tlieir
own race. Hut the reason for this
is not far to seek. These girls have
been made somewhat accustomed to
the refinements of a civilized home,
and tlieir aspirations are for such
homes of their own. But while
these aspirations have been stimii
lated in the Hawaiian girls, the
young men of their race have not
been fitted for furnisliing them such
homes. From a business point of
view few of them have succeeded ;
and what wonder if a girl educated
in Kawaialiao Seminary shows a re
pugnance to the taro-patch life of a
generation ago ii Let us rejoice that
she does. Recently a systematic
effort has been made to do away
with this discrepancy between the
ability of tho educated young men
as bread-winners and the aspirations
of tho educated yonng women, and
men too for that matter, lor civiliz
ed and refined living Industrial
education is, of course, hero referred
to. Is not this worthy Christian
work? Look, then, at tiie prospect
iilicnd of these aspiring young me
chanics. Tlioy go out 'from the
schools with tiie tudlments of their
trudes acquired, They meet in
competition a rapidly increasing
horde of men having about equal
ability with them as mechanics with
out tlieir aspirations for tho refine
ments of civilization, for the Chi
nese more readily acquire the rudi
ments of a trade than the rudiments
of westej-n Christian civilization.
Then the law of demand and supply
will soon bring the wages of such
mechanics down so as to mako their
condition little or no better than
that of the young men who have re
ceived no systematic industrial
training, Thus will industrial edu
cation fail iu largo meastiro unless
some action is taken to relieve me
clianios of tho necessity of unto-;
elrictod competition with the Chi'
nose, f"H. s, Townjend,, in "Sfalle
FOR S .A.JL.TC !
jf It. HAimY.r. AGXKW, on account
ItJL of leaving the. Kingdom to locate
in California, offers for vale the Pro
petly owned by him. Said Piopcity
consists of lit present resilience nt
Knplohiiil Paik known as "Gieenllehl,"
this Prnpcity must be examined to be
appteelnted. The House U neatly new
aud well built and of the best inateilal.
The Stables aie commodious. vi; y handy
and ample room for the storage of enr
rlages, feed, etc., in addition to that It
ha been the home of such horses as
"Angle A.." "Johnnv Goldsmith,"
"Queen Knnlolanl," "Mink," and
otbeis thnt will long be remembered by
the public of Honolulu. Also, the
Household Furniture In said house.
Tbe Land has a Iront.ige on the mniu
uvenue of the Park of 2."0 fiet and a
depth of 200 feet. Also,
About 10 Aries of Land, formerly a
P'litoftbe l.unalllo Kstale, and lying
between the pi.ipeily of W. If. Ualte-y
and .las. Campbell, lisq. Alio,
A beautiful Ituildliig Lot of ahtUt3
At it. oIiihik the line irslilei.ee of Cecil
Umwii, Ksi. Al-o,
Abnlit 'JO Lots in Kaptohilil l'ail:.
All t lut ( Piece of Lind with Impiove
incuts coiner lVn,"j!a and Klnati
erects, now, occupied by tbas. A.
Ill own, Ksq. A No,
Shines in Walmanalo .Sugar Co.,
Muttutl Telephone Co. and knptnhiui
1 Fine Top Iluggv, 1 Uo.nl Cart, 1
.Phiicton, 1 Sulky, l)onble aud Single
llauu'vs, Hoots, illtts, Uildles, Saddles.
aud a complete outfit for breaking and
K3" For pniticulars aud prices apply
to I1..I. AttXKW.
Or, Pun. Oi'rr.iaini.T. tiill 'Jineod
J will sell at tbe veiy lowest prices,
GOODS & FIXTURES.
Violins, Curios, Etc.
If I cannot sell ibem before December
1,'IRS!), they will be sold at auction.
IV12W -:- O OODS
OF THC LATEST FASHIONS
AitlnViul Teeth from one to au entiro
set iuseikd on gold, t.ilver, alluminum
and rubber bnse.s. Crown aud Bridge
Work a specialty. To persona wohiIiij.
rubber plutea "which are a constant
source nt initation to tbe mouth nun
thiout, wo would ti'commeiid our Pio
pbylac.lic Jttotal Plate. All opuiationt
performed in accordance whb the latest
Improvements in denial Mileiiee. Teeth
Extracted without pain by Ihc ubc of
Nitrous Oxide (las.
(grOIHco at Old Trcgloan Uuddence
Hotel street. Keb.20-81
W.W. Wright & Son
70 A 81
All oidcru for wlicd vehicles of t very
description tilled with piomptncss.
Fliat class mechanics employed.
Fine Carriage Work a Specialty
Til AM (JAltM, OMMUIINHKN,
Plantation Wagons, Mule & Ox Carts,
Made to order, nllond or repaired.
Carriago Painting, Trirmniug,
H1C, M6, K'l'C, fwlO.
Our HORSESHOEING Department
I e under the management of It.
oetlfi Cnyford. Hm
THOMAS & HENRY,
Fori Slrool, next Lucas' Mill,
Ship's BleckimhhlnQ, Drayi, Carts &
Wagon Oulldhg ni specially.
Kvery description of work In tho
above Hues performed iu a tlrt-clusa
manner and executed & ulnnl nonce.
ALL WORK GUARANTEED.
OT Orders from tho other Ulaudu
loliolted. Will be pleased to siu all
our old customer m well aj new oiica.
Mutual l'elepliooe Ho. 075.
niii ninm'ii:i,i! iiimii;
123 days from Liverpool.
Large, Varied A Selected Block.
Wlulicr Warn, lite.
A full line
GrocRory ami Glassware !
v A large assortment.
BOOTS, SHOES & LEGGINGS,
Oils ! Oils !
Moiled A R iw Linseed, Cantor.
Paints & Zinc !
Fern Stands & Wire Baskets,
Frypane, Ktc, Etc.
- IRON ! gRON !
Corrugated & I'laie.
TIN WARE I .
In all varielleB.
Fence Wire !
I'atent Bteel Harbed
BEASTEADS of IRON,
Of all vaijetles. always InstoeV.
Hay, Feed & Flour
wawutHHWUnyiw wq .iM.wwi.iw.wwami,
The llioiiglira Stnllioii
Will stand at seivlen nl
$50 nl m liisince.
HFConn 2:C2, tfaetnmrnto, Sept. 15.
PunmiiER: Mai In wn sired by
Qulnu's Patchcn, l.u by Geo. M. Pat.
chen, Jr.; Marln'a dam bv lfinjcrant, lui
by Illlly jMcCrnckeu; Hilly McHniekeii
by MeCracken's Hbick Hawk, 1(17, (ihu
sire of Ladv Doolcy, anil of tbe dam of
Oveiman, 'JilUtO. Me.Criirkeu's Uluek
Hawk, 707, by V.rmont Hluek Huwk.o;
Slid dam by Mnt,ltiilir. Klsek linwk, bv
by KastouV llbirk Hawk. Tim dam of
Qulnti's PMulitm by r-tocli'-ilile Cbli.t,
he by Vermont Islm-ir Hunk,
R." T. t'arrnll (it San Prnuehro, the
former owner of Mirlii, voiicIich, thai
out ot tbirtyi uiinea i-ervcd bv Ibbi
hoiBo during lib. labl f-cusou in 'Oidl.
fornla, ihirtj'.llve piovtd wltb loal
S'AIIE It. IS2Hr.lC.
74 King st.
Rattan & Reed Furniture.
Pianos & Furniture
Moved with Care.
Matting and Carpets Laid.
Fine Upliolsterjng & Bedding
CHAIRS TO RENT.
Continental and Colonial
Utl Rue do Dunkerquo, - Paris. .
Executes Indents for every description
of French, Belgian,
Swiss, German, and English Uooda, at
tbe best .Manufacturers' Lowest Prices,
Commission, Two-aud.a.Hidf per ceuu
All Trade and Cash discounts allowed
to Clients. Original Invoiced foi warded
Remittances, tluougb a London or
Paris Hanker, payable on delivoiy'of
Bblpplug documents; or, diiect to ths
The Agency ltepresents, Buys, amj
Sells, for Home and Colonial Firms.
Piece Goods, Cashmeres, Cambrics,
rillks, Volvetb, Lawns, Chintzes,
Muslins, Carpets, Cloths,
Millinery, Laces, Gloves,
Fringes, ParaBoIs, Haberdashery,
Gold and Silver Lace,
Flannels, Feathera, PcarU,
Hoots and Shoes, Glass, and
China-ware, Clocks, Watches,
Jowellry, Fancy Goods,
Klectro-plato, Musical Instruments,
Fans, Ecclesiastical and
Optical Goods, Mirrora, Toy.
Perfumery, Wines, Ac,
Oilman's Stores, Hooks Artistic '
Chromo , Machinery. &o An.
: n K
Reading Room Association.
Cor. Hotel & AlaUcu Street?.
Open every Day and Evening.
The' Library consists at tlio pieso
Uino of ov.tt PK'fi 'riiniiniitt.l Vnlinniui
The KoudliiK Room Is supplied with
about fifty of the leading newopapern
A Pailor Is piovlded for conversation
Terms of membership, ilfiy ceuts a
.nonth, payable quarterly in advance.
No formality required In Joining exempt
signing the roll.
Strangers from foreign countries and
vlBltora fiom tho other Islands are wel
come to tho rooms at all times as guests.
This Association having no regular
means of support except tho dues of
members, it is expected that resldouta
of Honolulu who deslio to avail them
selves of its privileges, and all who feel
au interest iu maintaining an Institution
of this kind, vylll put down their names -and
beeomo regular coutillmtois.
A. .L CARTWRrOHT, J'res., '
M. M. 8COTT, Vice-President.
H. A. PAHMKLEK, Seoiftary,
O. T. RODGEKS, M.P., :
Olmlrman fTall and Library Committee
O LUSO HAWA1IANO.
ALL porsous who want to communl
cato with tho Poitutrueeo, either
for business, or for procurlu'g workmen
tervauts or any other helps, will tlud ii
ihernodt prontablo way to advertise iu
tho iMto dwaifauo, tho new organ of
he 1 ortuauase colony, which PuU
lUllttl on Hotej streoloiuJ oujy ehweei
raftioaabla mpt tot wlveritscmeuiJ,
-mJ? n King st