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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 26 January 1886

Ill .'' un ... , , . . f nlnioi, i ' ; j? - r j3 .-"If . !l.; ' ' I cG ' '!' VOLUME I. HONOLUL.U; HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, TUESDAY, JANUARY 26, 1886. NO. 125. i f.j k. OTaiu .' t. K M "F "IO ON CALAJ8 8ANDS. Andrew Lang In Magazine of Art, On Calais sandn the gray Logan, CI Thon rosy-rod ubovo tbo (my Tbo morn with many a scarlot van Leaped, and tho world wai glad with May, Tbo little wnvos along the bay Bruko whlto upon tho shelving atrands; Tbo sea-mows flitted whlto as they On Calais Bauds I On Calais sands must man with man T Wash honor clean in blood to-day; r On Bpacos wot from waters wan How whlto tho flashing raptors play-Parry, rlposo and lunge I Tbo fray l Shifts for then -Tho J a while, mournful stands victor Hfo obbs fast away On Calais sands 1 On Calais sands a llttlo span Of silence, then tho plash and spray, Tho sound of oager wavos that ran, To kiss tho porfumod locks astray, To touch tho llpi that ne'or said "nay," To dally with tbo holpless hands: ! Till tho soo in sllenc...

Publication Title: Daily Honolulu Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 26 January 1886

I Vf W I It. X I& : it; Is le I? 1$ II I? k"?v5 THE Jlmfy 3f mmhtlu JVm IS PUBLISHED f EVERY MOILING ISxoopt SiniiliiyH. At the Office, No. 29 Merchant St. TBU31S OF SUISSVItll'TIOS. Per annum ... .56.0a Six months.. ...... ..,...., .,.3 po Three months 1.50 1'er month sc I'o.tixt. njditionil. Z3T Subtoripttons I'ayabte alxeayi tn Advance Brief coma.Lin.cat.orn from all parts of the Kingdom will always be itrv acceptable. 1 -. i, Matter intended for publication tn the 'editorial columns should be addressed to Editor Daily Honolulu Press. Budness communications and auvernsements should be addressed simply "Business Manager,1 Daily Honolulu Truss, . Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands. Advertisements, to ensure prompt insertion, should bs handed in before 6 F..M.. . if Ul't TUESDAY ....JAN. 26, 1886. THAT TAX CERTFICATE. Last Saturday morning George H. Luce, Tax Collector, was brought before the Supreme Court on a writ of mandamus to show cause why a tax certificate should not be issued as...

Publication Title: Daily Honolulu Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 26 January 1886

lpSjSPIfWJPIP SmfWWmW n"!W rWripV if; ' X.' '. 1 ..a v At r ' V JX"i it.; - Ay v . . - TUB J)mlt ottoTuht Jfrm Will bo fov Kiilti ftfflhut tin lowing 1'Iiioob : I. M. OAT, Jrt. it Co Merchant street T. O. THRUM Kortitreet CRYSTAL SODA WORKS ....... .Hutel Mrecet J'lve Cant per Copy. t.SlltHwntS? m 7'o Inspectors of Election in" the seveial Districts of the A'infllom : Inquiries having taen made whether person1 who re exempt from the payment of persoml taxes hy reason of liilng clergymen, teachers, pupils In High Schools, firemen, etc., or by reason of being over the age of sixty, yetrji, br whose taxes hive been excused by the Assessor on account of Infirmity1 or poverty, are nllowed by law to vole at the election for Representa. lives. It is my opinion that all such persons arc entitled lo vote. The Tax Collector should issue to each such persona tax receipt with thewoids "Qualified to Vote " upon it, which he must sign, and in place of the amount of taxes, he must write "exempt" o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 26 January 1886

sjwiii! GUNNING FOR BEA'R. ADVENTURES'foF ArEnrToON ONTHE f t t f. 1 'J ( n 1 j ' i-A lAUdirape 'TlteMuildnOf tho! Uounils Hear nndODog In llnttlo TI10 iae' Triumph Via. ' tory nt Lftnt. "811allcum "'In American Fleld.1 There bolug many sistH of boars, tha hounds aro sont out in chargo of tho boy, to start ono. The stockman and engineer tit down on a log to rest. From thoir resting-place they survey tho. grandeur that U upread before them. At their foot lies the lovely valley, gemmed with many a crystal lake and many a silver btreaiu. Farther away, the gulf of Georgia is glittering In calm boauty. On' the edge of the horizon can be seen the Bails of a khlp that Is gliding away Into the distance lllce a beautiful white spectre. Away to the south h teen tho blue waters of Bel linjbam bay. From a epock on Its bosom rises a wreath of Bmoke the mall steamer on its way touth. On one side, almost directly boueath them, sweeps the mighty Frazar river; on the other, but a few miles distant, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 27 January 1886

1 j ?, I' " V1" V V , eyr, 'WT? "! W1 (?.' -y- sTOff,w 4T"V S, vf"i fqnpv T!, p- if Tf ; p ,' m mj&hw V5 ffc" ' T 1- & oer rV M r?rf i f; JLj5YxJLj y i r . ilt ,g , , ... , i. W Uii.i..i. i.i in VOLUME I.f i HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 27, 1886. NO. 126. LEAD PENCIL MAKING. ftcofcsstonrtl QLnxba. Ditsittcsjs GTarbs. Dusittc&s QTarbs. Enmmmtc Notices. rSIuppijtg. Shipping. TRIP TROUGH THE FAB5R FACTORY, NEAR NUREMBURG. Treatment or tho Graphite it ml Clay Suu- Joctod to Intense Heist The Work- men In Cednr Stagei of Dovolopmont. J. , (Forolfrn Oorreaponilfncs.l "We first enter a largo baaomont room containing two rows of hugo vats placod iu a descending series, llko stops. Uno row is devotod to tho purification of tho grnphito, the other to that of tho clay, and tho process is tho samo for both sul-stances. Tho raw material Is thrown into tho first vat audaquantlty of wator added; tho mixture is then thoroughly stirred and afterwards allowed to settle, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 27 January 1886

1 s It i EM I JP f 1 .' f iSf I H fr TKCE3 'I,'W'(, -M ;' fJWfUlTTS' JhiHir If ottaittht JVsss IS PUBLISHED EVERY MORNJNG, EJxoo'pt SundiiyM. .iM At the Office, No. 29 Merc h ant St. TIC 11. IIS OF SUliSVItll'TlOX. For annum .$6.00 Six months... 1. 4. n 3.00 Thrte'momhj. . .. ; .'. 1.50 Per month 50 ns Postbge'addltlonal.' X2T Sitbncrtpttun J'ojnfc'e altcays in c tBrlef communications from all parts of the Kingdom will alvaysabe very acceptable. Matter intended for, publication In the edit6rial columns should be addressed to Editor Daily" rtoNOU)t.u Press. Business communication and advertisements should be addressed simplv "Business Manager," Dailv Honolulu Pkfss, Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands. Advertisements, to ensure prompt insertion, should be Jiandrd in before 6 r. M. WEDNESDAY JAN. 27, 1886. Tho "Indcpondont Opposition" Tioliot for Oahu. H Honolulu.... J. O. Carter, H. Watcrhouse. " .., ,,lli Swinton, Kapolena. Ewa and Waianae A. Kuuhl. Waialua V. E. Rowell. Koolautoa "Cecil Bro...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 27 January 1886

! . Ki ' TfT't -If TECB JHtilij !f oittilulit ras Will Tjg for BnloJiUvuttti PolS lowlllttPllllOOH.i, , I. IM, DAI, JR. SCO.., .Merdimt sheet T. 0, THRUM .rort street CRVSTAL SODA WORKS Hot il ntrceet JVt'fl Cent jtnr Co2!(. 1 Jtuthontj). Tf j To the In ttpcttoi of Election in the several it, , ' Districts ofthe Kingdom : ' inquiries having been made whether prisons who arc exempt from the pigment of personal taxes bj reason of heing clergymen, teachers, pupils In Hiph Schools, firemen, etc., or b reason of being over the age of fclxty )ears, or whose tnxeshave been excused by the Assessor on account of Infiraiityjir poverty, arc allowed by Hw to vote, at the election for Ri presenta. lives. . It Is my opinion that all such persons are entitled to vote. The Tax Collector should issue to each such persona 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 T...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 27 January 1886

X v 4m -T iniMiinmirai Altoporter In Dliule. fDon! PcrlT Pooro. Col 'Wnro, of Virginia, was, beforo tho lftto'"iinploasantnoss. " a noted brcador of fancy sheep, which ho used to exhibit at tho uuMonal exhibition of tho United States agricultural sicloty. Ho was a member of tho oxocutivo committee of that society, and bocamo - Intimately acquainted with Col II. S. Olcott, now studying Hindoo Spiritualism In India. Olcott was then connected with tho Now York Tribune, and was sent to irgluia to obtain, if possiblo an account of tho execution of John Browa Going to Ifichmond ho msagorl to got himself admitted into the nuiks of a volunteer company, which had somo spare uniforms, aud he was thus a witness of the oxocution at which tho bravo old 7eutol was kopt standing at death's door whilo Col. August, who commanded tho troops, countermarched sovcrnl companios that they might havo a bettor viow of tho scone. Olcott flattered himself that by feign ing sickness he could get away unobserve...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 28 January 1886

If fc i ) f n TT9f ?' 'rx ' " , TCT .TV T W "Tf !" " ' ' 7 'f IJwrxWM' f")J' ' rV '"Tl'rY"'TW''Tlf,,'(5,77iyl ",''VwP'',,wrnf njyy ,yv Q IT if. " ej&if UfO? r'rCfl? - "aLu. BK ' ii''t" rfli'irrar,T'rP a ,1 tr Ma M itVtBfcl , A u,i mlHIiXH. f JSi V' JfJt 1 W m I I Volume) T. g U WUJ "' ''))lv Honolulu, Hawaiian islands, Thursday, January 28, 1886. NO. 127. 'i axil .ulnU ... UiilKJ ,i:iLix ulht THE ESQUIMAU AND THE REINDEER. pi'ofcjsstonal QLnvbs. Claris. $usmcjss OTstriis. insurance loticcjs, fjhippittjj. Shipping. An Innult lu III Winter Suit Slnow Used tor Throad. Lieut. Bohwatkivl If a traveler moots an Iwllllk Innult In his winter suit which ho wears nlno or ten months of tho year ho dncountora absolutoly but two distinct animate (ia a scientific senso), tho Esquimau and tho reindeer. Ills buow shoes, boots, stockings, pantaloons, drawers, coat, shirt, nittlons, and hat arc all of rolndccr skin. 13 von tho "puckoring strings" which hold Iho clothing on tho body aro made of si...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 28 January 1886

t ! i t I DAILY HONOLULU PRESS, THURSDAY, JANUARY 28, 1886. .i P: ft i ti c :j f l&jU Win fr t 1 tt m I ii ? T " tt li-i H w IH'i Hr H s n t 1 ft K TKCEJ J)mfy Ifmmlulu $ro IS PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING'- HJxoopt SimtltiyH. At the Office, No. 29 Merchant St. teujis or somnitiM'Tios. Per annnm t .$6.00 Six months . ..... 3.00 'Ihree rnonth i.jr. Per month 50CU 1'osl.iKS additional. tUT Subscription l'a)nble alway in Advance Uricf communications from all parts of tits Kingdom will always be very acceptable. Matter intended Tor publication in the editorial columns should be addressed to Euitiir DAILY Honolulu Pkkss. Business communications and advertisements should be addressed simply "Business Manager," Daily Honolulu Phuss, Honolulu. Hawaiian Islands. Advertisements, to ensure prompt Insertion, hould be handed in before 6 r. M. THURSDAY JAN. 28, 1886. THE RESULT I In the case of the Crown vs. Arthur Johnstone, the editor of this paper, for libel, which was tried yesterday, after the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 28 January 1886

r tt THE v 111 no lorjHtue uniiytit im Ifol Jr Merchant street l.u. 1HRUM Full street CRYSrAL SODA WORKS Hotel st.eeet Flt Cents prr Copy. yi - 7b M Inspectors of Election in the scvefyl Districts Vy Mr Kingdom : Inquiries having 'been maile whether persons who are exempt from the pigment of personal taxes by reason of being clergymen, teicheM, pupils in Hjpli Schools, firemen, etc., or by reason of being over the age of sixty years, or whose taxes hae been excused by the Assessor on account of infirmity or poverty, are Allowed by law to vote at the election for Representatives. It is my opinion that ail such persons are entitled to ote. The Tax Collector should Issue to each such persona tux receipt with the words "Qualified to Vote" upon it, which he must sign, and In place of the amount of taxes, he must write M exempt" or "excused." On the presentation of this Tax Receipt to the Inspector! of Election at their sessions previous to the election, the name of the voter must be put ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 28 January 1886

t fct 4t .. ' . 'WfWrif ? s 'T'r DAILY HONOLULU PRESS, THURSDAY, JANUARY 28, 1886. A CURIOUS OLD MEXICAN TOWN. A City Wlioro No Sound of Wheels Ij Eror Ilonnl A Public. JLnundry. tFaunlsJl. Wwd In San FrunoUco Chronlctft. Iri qutot Jalnp.i no sound of 'wheels is over hoard, and probably n carrlaqo was never scon horo, for thoao stoop streets, as tiresome as picturesque, vroro constructed long before such voklclos had been thought of. The backs of initios and Indians sorvo all purposes for which cars are usually omployod, and horseback riding is an unfailing delight, for some of tho finest views in tho world nro oh talncd from tho surrounding hills. Tho only drawback to unalloyed enjoymont in thesu otherwise perfect clays Is tho frequency of as the light drizzling showers are called; and even these aro blessings In dlsgu!co, for thoy keep vegetation perpetually at its greenest, and rcudcr dust an "unknown quantity. " Of all tho queer plazas, quaint market places and charmingly grotes...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 29 January 1886

7?'FW,5',""" $p'ffy&!immvrww'H" "yi&vrwx mWrWKtf 1mM B h w w 9 & ' ( " ! i Daily i ' Press VOLUME I. ' 7 ' !'1 1 ' HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, FRIDAY, JANUARY 29, 1886. NO. 128. 8 A FALLING BLOW. William Freelaud,. Tbo blow iafalllngl Lot It fall Even death wars no calamity; Qoi wot, why should wo whins or call! It can not hurt our souls at all, Slnos we nro free. A little lasa of earthly things, Leas favor of the world have we: What then, proud inant The rede still rlnjs "lis not the crown that moketh kings, But being free. . Then let the blow fall I What If It Should lay us prone, both you and met 0 Lord of winsr, sivo us the wit To Boar heaven-high, though low we sit, Content and freo. ' To toll, to suffer, to live unknown What matter, if brave men we bet Why, we can live and make no moan, And, dying, feel the grave a throne, Divinely free. Pen Portrait of Tom Shore. (Temolo Bar.l In appcarnaco Mooro vma not Imposing. Ho was very small. Nugeo. tho fo.9hlona Wo tailor ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 29 January 1886

it m1 WM J)m!tj 3 mmlulu ?rm IS PUBLISHED EVEItY Except StiiMliiyH. At the Office, No. 29 Merchant St. TEll.VS Ut' AUJISVHII'TIO.Y. Per annum, bix months ... 300 Three months.... .. . . l.yj Ver month.... ,.',.. i.i .1.500 I'ostnge additional. tOT Sitbuortptton I'aiable aheay In Advance Urief communications from .ill parte of the Kingdom will always be verv acceptable. Matter Intended for publication In the editorial columns should be addressed to EdItoh Daily Honolviu Tutus. Business communications and aavernsements should be addressed simply "Huslness Manager," Daily Honolulu Press, Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands. Advertisements, to ensure prompt Insertion, should Lo handed In before d r. M. FRIDAY JAN. 29, 1886. Tho "Independent Opposition" Tlolcot for 1880. Oauu. Honolulu.... J. O. Carter, H. Watcrliousc. " II, Swinton, Kapolena. Ewa and Waianae. , A. Kstuhi. Wahlua W. E. Rowell. Koolauloa "Cecil Drown. Koolaupoko 'Frank Brown. Maui. Lahaina J. W. Kalua,- Kaanapal! J. Richardson. Wa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 29 January 1886

i. ''WWS1 course. S$WpWS"rWfti i , n c DAILY HONOLULU PRESS. FRIDAY, JANUARY 29, 1886. THE JHrilij Honolulu Jftm Will bo for Halo "illyat tUy lowlnc: : ' " J. M. OAT, Jr. & Co. .Merchinl Mreel T. 0. THRUM it Fort street CRYSTAL, SODA WORKS .... . Hotel Mrtcet J'Ibo Ceut jcr Copj. l JLuthoritK. ' 7i Mr Inspectors of Election itt the several Districts of the Kingdom ! Inquiries having Imen made whether prnoni who nre exempt from the payment of pernonal ta by of being-clergymen, teachers, puplh In Itljrh ScliooU, firemen, etc, or by reason of being over the age of sixty years, or whose taxc have been excused by the Assessor on account of infirmity or poverty, nre allowed by law to vote at the' election for Represent.!, tives. It is my opinion that all such persons are entitled to vote. The Tax Collector should issue to each such persona 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 11 excu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 29 January 1886

a ,4rt, .).MIlnfW,(jNj(f,. 'W ; ,1W '.t ', 'H-' - -ST- Af-" DAILY HONOLULU PRESS, FRIDAY, JANUARY 29, 1886. - 11 inmilMitaitA A PROMINENT SPORTING MAN (Scitcral J.bbcrtiBcmcntc. (Scitcntl JtbucTiiccmcnts. (Scnct'itl JUtottttacmento. (Central rltfibct'ticcmcttts. (general JMcrttocmcttta. l'Her Few l'hllosophloal lloin un Onmbllng unit It DsToteos. (Now York World.1 Bntd a promlnont sporting tain stand. Ing In tho door of a Well-known saloon on l.voiidway; "From early boyhood I was much interested In and generally successful in all games of .chance, so that tho gambling spirit was to a certain extent born in ma I bcliovo card playing and all games of chance come to mo Intuitively. I seem to understand anything instinctively. My homo teachings were good and all right, and I have no one to blame but myself for drifting away from the paths of my forefathers and rushing headlong in tho snaro a wicked fainlity bad set tor me. As in Wall streot, thoso who resort ti the gaining table goneral...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 30 January 1886

Daily Press, t 4 nt; VOEUM'E I. HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, SATURDAY, JANUARY 30, 1886. NO. 129. IN KANGAROO LAND. $n)fc0iomtl (Eatbs. $ttsmc00 dktrtiJG. gUtsittc&s' dtrttuc. BtBunmxe totkcs. glupulitg. .Shipping. fc. fj" jti I' FV . It AN 'OVERLAND JOURNEY" FROM SYDNEY TO MELBOURNE. A Six Hundred ntul Snventjr Miles on an Auatrnllnn "Limited ExpresV A Disagreeable Climate Face of the Country. , J. rCor. Inter Ocean. Most of tho year the. Australians liavo to provide agalust extreme heat. This is evident from tho construction of the hotels with open courts, llko thoso ot bpain." Tho railway carriages too have douhlo tops, as thoy have in India. So wo try to Keep comlortable by congratulating ourselves that wo aro not swoltorlng in an Australian summer. But it amuses us to hear theso people talk of the severo "" American winter with a shudder) Although snow is very rare with them except on tho mountains and tho puddles in tho streets seldom frcezo over, their No. houses, churches...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 30 January 1886

IV ( ft. If Ir l: K w 'i ' ..fcXi THE Jimfy Honolulu JPrm IS PUBLISHED EVE11Y MOtRN.DN'b, Except Sumlnys.." A if At the Office, No. 29" Merdhant,St. Tisiuis or .sunsvuii'Tio.v. Per annum, ..., .$600 Si momlis.. i. ... 3 Three month 150 rcrmomn. ....v ' I'OSiaxe auuiuuiiai. 0X3" .Siitmcrfifiofis alway In Brief communications from ill parts of the KtnsJom will always be verv acceptable.- ., . Matter intended for publication Iri the editorial olurnni should be ndclrrswtl to , IEuitor DaiU Honolulu Press "Buiinfss communications and should be addressed dimply "Business Manager," ' Daily Honolulu Phew, Honolulu. Hawaiian Islands Advertisements, to ensure prompt Insertion, should. be handed in bejnre ft r m. ' " 0 SATURDAY 3. ,886' Th. "initoponiUnt Opposition" Tlulset lor j.oou ii Oahu. Honolulu.... J. O. Carter, "II. Waterhouse. ' II. Swinton, Kapblein Eua and Waianae A. Kituhi. Waialua V. E. Rowell Koolauloa 'Cecil Urown Koolaupoko Frank Brown Maui. Lahaina . W. Kalua, Kaatiapali t . ....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 30 January 1886

T " IT-IT qr jv 4 DAILY HONOLULU PRESS, SATURDAY, JANUARY 30, 1886. 1 3 9b i l I Nit. TECE 3Pilij !f mrolttltt J?rm Will bo foi. Halo lowlruTiMtioeH J.M. OAT, In. kCo. Merclmit street 1. . 1I1KUM.. CRVSI'AL SOUA WORKS "..'.'.'... 'Vlolel "uecct J'Ji'o Cent per Coj;. 'M JLuthocitu. 71) Mr fnsfectois of Elect ion in the several Dish ids of the Kingdom : lnqulri having been imdo wliether who arc exempt from the 'payment of persoml taxes Ijy reason of being clergymen, pupils In ITijrh Schools, firemen, etc., or by rtison of l!ng over the age of sixty )ca, or whose tixeslme been excused by the Assessor on account of Infirmity or poverty, are allow ed by law to vote a( the election for Representatives. It is my opinion that fill such persons are entitled to vote. '1 he Tax Collector should issue to eich sucl persona tax receipt with the words "Qualified lo Vote" upon it, which he must sign, and in plice of the amount of taxes, he must write "exempt" or " excused." On ilie presentation of ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 30 January 1886

THE RACE. Charles 0. Blanden. We'll run a race," quoth Thought to Heart, "To find a Just decree K 'tis with you Lore makes his home, Or, Kardfa, dear, with me." "The goat, my sweot, shall be the mouth, v a The eyas the signal glvo Sir Tongue shall thon proolalm the seat Whore Ioto does really 1178." That moment passed Diana fair; Thought leapt the journey o'orl Too Into, too late; the throbbing heart Was at the goal before. Not Good Judges of Shawl. Lewlston (Me) Journal Hanging In a dry-goods Arm's window wcro somo elegant cashmere shawls. Thero Is nothing mors misleading, per baps, than a cashmere shawl, but the ordinary lady purchaser prides heraolf on what sho knows about such things. two ladles entered the store and asked to look at tbo shawla They woro produced and displayed to the ladles, who pulled ot thorn, and picked at them, and discussed them, and finally turned aside with an air of Indifference, as if they had found no merit in thorn. The obliging lady clerk had become ...

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