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BY AUTHORITY.
7V Insfectors of Election in sev
eral Districts: of the KiiinttoMt
Inquiries having been made whether
poisons who nrc exempt from the pay
ment of personal taxes by renson of be
ing clergymen, teachers, pupils lu High
Bchools, firemen, &c, or by reason of
being over the age of sixty years or
whose taxes have been excused by the
Assessor on account of Infirmity or
poverty, nic allowed by law to vole at
the Election for Representatives.
It is my opinion that all such poisons
aic entitled to vole. The Tax Collector
should Issue to each such person 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, the name of the
voter must be put on the list of volcis
and the Hccclpl relumed to the voter.
At the general Election to be held on
the 3rd February, 18S0, the votes of such
persons must bo received, unless dial
longed for other reasons.
PAUL NEUMANN,
Attorney-General.
Honolulu, .January 13, 1880. '221
BISHOP & Co., BANKERS
Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands
Draw Exchange on the
J3unlf ol Cttlilbrnia, S. IT.
And their agents In
NEW YORK, BOSTON, HONG KONG.
Messrs. N. M.Hothschlld&Son, London.
Tho Commercial Bank Co., of Sydney,
London,
The Commercial Bank Co., of Sydney,
The Bank of New Zealand: Auckland,
Chrlstchurch, and 'Wellington.
Tho Bank of British Columbia, Vic
toria, B. C. aud Portland, Or.
AND
Transact a General Banking Business.
CC9 lv
Pledged to neither Beet nor Party.
Bat established for tho benefit of all.
FRIDAY, JAN. 20. 188G.
THE DUTY OF THE DAY.
Touching thu coining election wc
feci that foreigners should have
something to say ami something to
do. This applies particularly to
the foreign born who are entitled to
vote. First, let every such person
have his tax receipt in his pocket
when he goes to the polls. Voters
should not wait to have some one in
the interest of the' candidates re
mind them of their duty. One of
the candidates for election in 1881
assures us that it was with the mobt
strenuous efforts only that foreign
born voters were persuaded to vote.
The issues to be considered by the
Assembly this year arc too weighty
to be trilled with, and it is the duty
of every voter to cast his ballot.
The whito candidates upon the
Independent or Citizens' ticket con
sented to be put forward and make
no small sacrifice in consenting, and
they are entitled to the best sup
port that can be given to them.
Every person who can vote must
vote, and after voting should use his
influence to cause others to vote.
Wc feel warranted in saying that if
our citizens will make a strong pull
and a pull together the Ministerial
ticket can be beaten in part if not
altogether.
The candidates have made a
laborious canvass of this voting dis
trict and, although they know that
the most unscrupulous means are
being used by the Ministers to beat
them, they are not without hope of
seating two or more candidates.
No citizen needs to be told that
such a result is worth everything to
the country. Hawaii expects every
man to contribute some effort to
bring about a better administration
of government.
THE DEATH WARRANT.
On Wednesday next the llawalians
will have an opportunity of cilher
endorsing or cancelling the death
warrant of the native race. That
this Kingdom is under a prohibition
which cuts off indiscriminate access
to the "Devil's drug" is due, not to
thoso representatives who", ought to
be first in vigilant solicitudo for
tho welfare and preservation of tho
native, but to the determined front
fortunately presented against them
ntlast session of tho Legislature.
The object of those now howling for
repeal is but too well-known. But,
apart from motive, it is sulllcicut
lliattbo fact stands patent to tho
publlo thnl tho abortive attempt
made at last session of tho Legis
lalurci to sweep away the prohibitory
legislation at present on tho statute
book, will bo renewed at next session,
provided the death warrant pre
sented by Lillkalaui and strenuously
prosecuted by ICaultikoti at last ses
sion is endorsed by the electors on
Wednesday next. ".Self-preservation
is the first law of nature," and
self-preservation ought to be the first
law of thenation. That freer access
to opium would be fatal to the native
population, has been amply proven
in former years, previous to the ex
istence of the present law. And
the like cause will again produce the
like effects. Tho iUC3tiou before
the patriotic native voter is one of
life or death to his race. Nor is
there any getting away from tho fact
that to support candidates of the
Kaulukou stripe, is one and the
same thing as to repeal the opium
law. The policy of restriction of
tlto traffic by ttringent prohibitory
measures has proved itself to be u
wise one; and the foil' of retro
grade measures will soon appear if
opium repeal candidates arc toler
ated on Election Day. Extermina
tion versus preservation is one of
the great Issues before the electors.
The death warrant of the Hawaiian
only awaits his own ballot endorse
ment to become a fixed fact. To
cancel the warrant and preserve
themselves, they may have to slay
several political aspirants. Who
those aspirants may be, whether
Government supporters, independ
ents or opposition, is not of the
slightest consequence. It is the
plain duty of the native to vote
against any candidate whose plat
form docs not include rigid prohi
bition of the drug. Every Hawaiian
who votes for the opium repeal ring
or any member of it, simply attaches
his signature and seal to the death
warrant of his race.
EXTRADITION TREATIES.
Washington, Jan. 5th. In the
Senate to-day a resolution was offered
by Mr. Hoar, as his request referred
to the Committee on Foreign Rela
tions, requesting the President to
take measures for revising and ex
tending our extradition treaties so
as to cover cases of embezzlement
and other breaches of trust. In
offering his resolution Mr. Hoar
made special reference to the num
ber of defaulting bank officers who
tried to escape punishment by flight
to Canada.
As communications have been
passing between the United States
and Canada on the subject, the
above despatch looks as if it had
been concluded that an end should
be put to the anomaly of friendly
neighboring nations giving safe re
fuge to eacli other's known rascals.
Now is a good opportunity for our
Minister of Foreign Affairs to in
struct the Hawaiian Minister at
Washington thatthis kingdom desires
to be included in the proposed ex
tension of extradition treaties. This
country has been gaining a bad re
putation on the Coast lately on
account of the dishonest refugees
from thence who arc harbored .bore.
POLICE COURT.
TiuntSDAY, Jan. 27th.
Ah Lo was found guilty of crimi
nal intercourse with Mclc, a girl
under 14, and was sentenced to im
prisonment at hard labor for 18
months; costs $1.10.
Ilaawinaaupo, selling liquor con
trary to statute, fined 6150; costs
63.70. Appealed to Supremo Court.
FitiDAY, Jan. 29th.
Kolomona, stealing a pair of sleeve
buttons from Lyons & Cohen, pleaded
guilty, sentenced to imprisonment at
hard labor for 40 days ; costs 81.
Kamano and Keola. pleading guilty
to adultery, were lined 830 and 815
respectively, $1 costs each.
John l'adekcn and Lo Keen, af
fray; former forfeited bail of 810,
latter was remanded till 30th.
"What is philosophy?" Well,
dear, it is something that enables a
person to bear with resignation the
misfortunes of others.
FOR SALE,
f WINDMILL, 10ft. diameter, com.
JL plclo, with Composition Pump and
Framework, 14ft. high. 1 1,000-caMon
Wooden Tank (nearly now) and Frame
for samo, 7ft. high, all in good order.
Also, U00 feet, more or less, of Jf Gnl.
vanized Pipe, second hand. Apply to
Bulletin Office. 8 2w
Estate of T. E. Krouso.
THE undersigned, having been elect,
ed usslgnco of tho above estate,
hcieby requests all persons indebted to
this estato to pay Immediately, and all
persons having claims against this
estate to send their bills immediately to
T. It. LUCAQ.
Honolulu, Jan. 20, 1880. 28 8w
ageya.
Under w riter s'
SALE of HAY
ON SATURDAY, Jnn. 30th,
nt 1 p.m., on Brewer's Wharf, we
will sell, for account of whom It
may concern,
170 Bales, pioro or less,
GOIPEESSED HAY,
damaged on voyage from San Fran,
cisco, ex brig Ella.
E. L ADAMS & Co.,
It Auctioneers.
WANTED,
A WOMAN or Gill (Gorman preferred)
to do light houc work. Applv at
:i7Ut PACIFIC IIABDWAUK Co.
FOIt SALE.
A LADY'S SIDE-SADDLL',
almost new. Apply to
N.S. SACHS.
iiOlw 101 Fort Btrcct.
FOIt SALE,
AN INOUBATOU Eclipse self,
icgulatlng in perfect order. A p.
ply TAHITI LEMONADE DEPOT.
Fort Street. 'M SJt
FOUND.
A BAY MA HE, on thu
night of January Mth,
with a Spanish Saddle
'-nnd Bridle on. hi milled
S. P. A. Can bo found ut tho PAN.
THEON STABLES by paying chuigos.
yi3t
Annual Mooting: Notice.
THE Annual Meeting of O. Brewer &
Co. will be held ut their olllee,
Honolulu, on WKDNESDAY, Fcbruniy
3, 1880, nt 10 o'clock a.m.
210 td J. O. OAKTKlt, Smelurv.
WANTED,
A COTTAGE of 5 or 0 room-, in t:.m I
-cjl neighborhood, within IB lniii.-iri'
walk of the Government Biiilillut: .
Plains preferred. Adiliuss, an Ins;
location, rent, etc. P. l. I.u ;W7, .'1m.
y;j lw
Annual Meeting Xutice.
THE Annual Meeting of tin: II .u.il.
nn Ramie Company (Limited), will
bo held at the office of A. J. Cartwright,
Esq., Kaahumanu Slrcct, on MONDAY,
February 8, 1S80, at 10 o'clock a.m.
34 2w W. F. ALLEN, Sec'y.
MRS. GASC0YNE,
ITuuliiomiblc Clonic tiiitl
DrcMKiimlcci.,
Corner of Alakcn & King Sts.
Feathers Cleaned and Dyed.
'.'17 :im
Election of Officers.
AT the Annual Meeting of the East
Maui Plantation Company, hold
on the 20lli Janunry, 1880, the following
officers wore duly elected for tho cur.
rent year:
Coi.. Ww. F. Ai.u:n Piesidcit
.1. Ed. Hoki'mann Vice-Presid" it
P. C. Jonks Secretary & Trcas' .n
Cor.. Wm. F. Ali.uk Audit -
Director: Col. Wm. F. Allen, Hon. ('.
It. Bishop and P. C. Jones.
J. O. OAHTKlt.
See'y pro tern E. Maul Plantation Co.
30 1m
AUSTRALIAN
CiM Ol
Tome,
CA.TSTSED 13I2121" .to
BEEF IN KEGS,
Ench lOOlba. For sale by
H. Hackfeld & Co.
37 lw
Special Sale of
Dry Goods, fines,
13t;ei ote..
On Saturday, January 30th,
At 10 a.m., I will sell nt Public
Auction, a largo assortment of
DRY GOODS,
Consisting of Silks, China Shawls,
Laces, Dicss Goods, Quilts, Slippers,
Gents lino Shirts, Straw Hats, &a,
a full lino of Hosiery and a general as
sortment of Staple Merchandise,
also, a line of
Wines, Brandy, Ale, etc,,
and 1 lnrgc MacNcalo & Urban
No. 10 Fire-Proof Safe.
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
37 2t Auctioneer.
Special Notice.
IMMEDIATELY nftcr tho Sulo of
Lcaso of Klco Lund on
SATURDAY, Jan. 30th,
I will offer at Publlo Auction,
I Large MaoNealo & Urban
Hi. 19 Fim-Proof
and Stand,
Now on viow at tho ofllco of Hustaco &
Robertson,
LEWIS ,T. LEVEY,
30 3t Auctioneer.
3m?
3UBA.S:E
Of Rice Land
AT AUCTION,
The I.e.ise of lllce Lund ilesi-ilbod be.
low for the term of six ycais und cloven
months ((! 11.12 years) to January 1,
1803, will bo Bold nt Public Auction, at
tho Salesroom of tho undersigned, at 12
o'clock, noon, on
SATURDAY, Jan. 30,18
Immediate possession given; rent pay.
able quarterly in advance.
Description of Premises:
That portion of the Crown Land of
Huuiki, lying between the public road
and tho Fish Tond of Wcli nnd bluffs on
cither side of the valley; also, the tri
angular plcco mauka of tho rond, opposite-
the artesian well, bounded by tho
publlo roiil, the bluff and the wntcr
course.
H -11-100 Acres of this Land as per
survey is Klco Land ot tho boot .piality,
in prime condition for immediate plant
ing, abundantly supplied with water
from un artesian wcli on the land, and
f 57-100 Acres of this Land is now cover
ed witti Corn, which is included in the
purchase of tho Lease. Tho liice Land
acreage may bo Increased from year to
year by breaking up new patches on the
maknl .Irtc; thtf Land is two undone,
half (2- ) m'.Ii- fiom Mossman's corrcr,
mid i uiiimlb adapted for a vegeta
til'' un- lo: n u l-irgchdilcns well as for
iil..iii o.i. II rtork iig-, chiclns,
ihu.k , .Vc, for the Honolulu market.
'llin Ltj.'iM! Includes all the buildings
nml I'.fipu c-nanrPM on the Land, to wit:
1 Dwelling House for
Laborers,
1 Store House,
1 Coolc House,
1 set of Hog Pens, covered in, supplied
with iron feeding troughs, feed
house, cooking apparatus for hog
feed,. together BUlUcicnt for thu nils
ing and care of 150 Hogs,
1 Duck House, sufficient for 1,000 ducks.
1 Dwelling Houso for duck keeper,
1 Threshing Machine for rice and horse
power covered with u subMautial
house,
1 large Threshing Floor,
A '.I tho above aro nearly uew and in
gn..i .ondilloi), ready for immediate'
Hue.
At. i 1' ( H.ilo of tho foregoing Lease
M:. ii' wi. I . sold, for CiinIi, the fol
m n. J.'vc :l ok, Agricultural Imple.
inn ,s ii. i TimN, which together form a
ron pj ie oiiiili for working thu farm,
v.y.;
6 Work Oxen,
(: f vliii: i urn accustomed to
tin China lllce Harrow),
'.' Ui'imiii lliiife-s, drive single,
i un,
:; 0 dUl's, with bows and keys com.
I b if.
2 '111 nit Ox Yokes, for harrowing;
f Ox Chain-',
U Steel Plows,
1 Cultivating Harrow,
2 China Harrows,
1 Light Spring Wagon,
1 Single Wagon Harness,
:i Single Harnesses, Chain Traces;
10 Canal Wheel Harrows,
7 Picks,
:i Mattocks,
U Bush Hooks,
1 Sod Cutter,
1 Scythe,
15 lloos,
0 Lone; Handled Shovels,
1 Short 1). Handled Shovel,
7 Spades,
10 Long Steel Forks, for use on thresh
ing floor;
2 Crowbars,
11 China Hfco Uaskets,
t China Klco Sieves,
I China llico Scoop,
II China Rico Poles,
8 China Sickles,
12 China llico Cuffs.
27 Hat Trap nnd Stake,
1 Lot of Cordage,
,4 llico Ulrd duns, with flasks and
pouches;
1 Axe,
2 Hand Saws,
4 Deep Tubs for Hogfepd, Redwood ;
2 Largo Tubs for llogfccd, Oak;
1 Oak Cask,
10 Pieces 2x12 N. W. Plank, 18 feet
long;
8 liuiidlcs Laths,
U Largo Sails for covering rico on tho
threshing floor,
CO Hogs, largo and small, more or less;
12 Hags Seed Rico,
BQf" On view fit Saleroom :
1 Light Goose-neck Dray, new;
1 Two-wheel Break, nearly new.
Flan and Suwoy of tho Property
can now bo seen at my Office.
BQy Tho Premises aro open to in
spection nt any tlmo previous to the
day of Sale.
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
230 Ot Auctioneer.
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V. 0. Box 207.
LEWIS & 00., GROCERS,
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
Staple and Fancy Groceries,
Or and o Hotel Street,
dust received, ex OSS Co.'s Meiunur St Paul,
Apples, Pears, Dried Figs, Dried Dates, Dried Apples,
Dried
Peaches, Dried Cherries. Dried Pitted Plums. Dried Prnnnq Hlu nii.
Oregon Cream Cheese. Edam Cheese, Cala Cheese, Smoked Sausages, Smoked
'longues, Smoked Beef, Soused Tongues, Kits Salmon Hollies, Kits Mackerel.
Kegs Bunkers, C.ila. Salt Pork. Kegs O.Ua. Family Corned Beof, Kegs Salt
Water Cucumbers. Kegs Saucr Kraut, Keg Holland Herrlngo, Sicily Lemons,
Eastern Codllsh, Boneless Codllsh, Stor.o Jars Soused Pigs Fret,
A Nice Assortment of Biscuits,
Graham Wnfcn, Oaten Flakes, Sea Foam Wafers, Pcack and Frenn, lmspbcir
iV,.lfp,raAMa,0,n ,S3,S,S:. J3altl Oil, Duiet Salad Oil, Crosso & Hlackwcdl s
Salad Oil, Cala. Olive Oil, Russian Gardelles, Russian Caviar, French Eatlnc
Chocolate, Instantaneous Chocolate, ,
A Fine Lot of Cala. Potatoes and OnionB,
29 All of which arc offered at low prices.
HELLO
K3
so, send mo 20 yards. It is tho FINEST MATERIAL I
have ever seen for the Money."
" Quite right. Its below value !"
GOOD
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M. GOLDBERG,
CAMPBELL'S BLOCK,
Corner of Fort & Merchant Streets,
Has just opened out a large and carefully selected stock of
Gent's Fine Furnishing Goods,
Custom-Mado Clothing, und Hats and Caps
In all He Latest Styles ai Fattens.
IS" Particular attention Is called to an elegant line of Gent's Neckwear.
28 tf
NOTICE TO TJEiE
Ladies and Gentlemen of Honolulu.
HIE FIHM OF
TEMPLE OF FASHION !
Ate retiring from the Clothing, Cents Furnishing and Hat business, In
order to make room for tkolr largo Importations of
DRY GOODS, DRY GOODS,
And offer for sale at exceptional and 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 thot ho hos re
turned from San Finncibco and willl conduot and superintend this Clcnranco Sale
personally, which ulono is a guuranteu to our many patrons of Its genuineness.
Come and Secure Your Bargains, Ma
Reasonable Offer Refused,
Telephone 2if)
HERE !
IS Unit YOU, MB. FISHJBL ?
YES."
"Have you any more of
that brown JERSEY cloth
double width, such as you
sold to Mrs. Jenkinson yes
terday for $1 50 a yard ? If
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