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STEWART, CARRICK & CO.
5IEP.CHANTS & COHMISSIOK AGENTS,
11 MArtvkM tVSf., - 8. W.
And U ft- 8.Uuw Latt, LOS lOX, K- C-, fcso. J,
WILLIAMS, BLA2ICHAED & CO.,
S1ilppla JL f omniiiQn Merchants j
Xe.'J I rSlirrBia irrl.
A. P. EVEHLTT. I
Forwarding Concision Merchant j
40i ritOST rKlBT, CoUSKR. CLAY.
fartloila tteiyi j. 4 t rMijrnaaen' I!and Pr!K.
art ly Ml .
m. w. xriiitri "- '"
II. V. SKVERAXCE & CO.,
40i rROST ST.
Corw o CUy Pr-t. SAX rRASCI.CO. t2 If
t Portias, O.
COSBITT & MACLEAY,
rters, iVhoiesaie Grocers anu
Coii.iuil0ii Her chain,
Shippers and Lealeriof Oregon Produce.
HAS FRANCHCO I
Odle lOS CllfrU SireeC
ORTUU, OREON s
I 3 mm l& l'rl,' I U At 12 Flr.l Si.
W. C. Ealslow. Esq.. Bank of California. Ban trtacjw
feavrs. Croaa A t o -- "Jf
Messrs. Urt4 A TllV-n, Bkrr.
Bank wf ntto Column. I mod.
W- L- UateMidi C snd. Ore
Ist? Bishop A Co.. Bankers Uooolola
CsalcaeaaMar !" PrfHH'
A IV II CO.,
VAWTTPr. WOTIONS. FANCY GOODS,
White Goods, Perfumery, Pocket Cutlery,
IIOSllAT, IKPUTR WOOL, Ac. Ac.
HAVINO RESIDENT BUYERS IX THE
ImI la Earop. mod helot direct conannrtlinn
with I ho maawfectare. w ara enabled la I Ooode oo Us
IfK ton 04 lo an accorUrogiy.
Our Stock is the Largest on the Pacific
Coast, and Invite It
npeial altealioa of Honolulu Merchant
to aa examination of the .
Particular atteniloo given, to OrJ'rt-
TOBIJI. DATIS.ON CO.
Conor Salter ft Baoscase Streets,
M Friloee. Clau
FLINT, PEABODY & CO.,
SklppKi; & Conmklon Merchants,
Agenti of Pacific Barrel and Keg Company.
Aaa Fasnais to
raraUa KJ aid Barrel Shmiks la aaj QaiatltJ
Amt Kfuptctftultf MrJicil conairjnmmt.i of Swjnra
a wLasa r-cc.
XT REFER TO
MMra lh.n A Co. noaoluttt
Mmt. 11. UackfWfc! A Co... HooolaJa
Xwr. Caatta Cooke Uooololu
N. 409 California et,a fnacltea. jalO lj
m. a. tavaaiiMta.
319 Fraot o ITraocUco.
LEVERIDQE, WAD HAMS & CO.
Wholesale O 10 c o ih
Forwarding and Commitaion Merchants,
Particafar AtteitUa palt U Csasliaiett f
Sadvrai UlaaU lralaee.
t. o. ill. caAa
J. C. MERRILL & Co.,
Cornmlisioa Merchants and Auctioneers
201 and 06 California Street,
ALSO. AGENTS UV TUB
San Fjncisco and Honolnln Packets.
PartIclaraUaUoD a-Iven to the sal and porhe of mer
toan4i, ahlp' bon, uprllag whalcipa, necotiaUof
rr ail Jrlht anito at 8 rraaciaco.by or to the Ho
aolala Lnot PackeU,wtllbrorwrJea or coaatasin.
XT Exchange oa Iloooiata boaght and aoU.
Hmm. C. L. Rkharda A Co... ...Iloootula
It. HackfeU a Co........
BWtwip A Co.
Pr.E-W. Wooil "
T- 3IcCrjikcn Sc Oo.,
COJI.UISSIO.X .11 EltCII AHiTS,
HAYING BEEN ENGAGED IN OUR PRE
sent baioes for apward of seven year, and beinff
I iraiea ia a Are proof brick balMlnn, we are prrpareJto recHve
n.l diapooeof IlaalMaptea.aacB aaarar,Hice.?Traps.Paia,
Co0. A a-, to advantage. Cooeignmenta ospeeiallv aoliciud
f. tbe Oregon aaarket. u which personal attention will be paid,
nod a poo wtich cash advances wiU be aaaUe when required.
?i tutfcwro Beraasscia:
Badger A LinJ-nbeTg-r. Jas. Patrick A Co.,
Fred. Ikea. W. T. Coleman A Co..
f irvena. Baker A Co.
Alloa A Lewis. LaddATiUon. Leonard A Oreea
s Walker A A lira. 1
mrilST BROAD CLOTH,
Pineit Block Doeskins, West of England ;
Finest All Wool Fancy Tweeds, suitable
for Summer "Wear.
AISO, EXPECTED M THE STEAMER,
A SUPERIOR ASSORTMENT OF THOSE
HEAVY PRINTED WOVEN LINEN DRILLS.
for Gent's and Boy's wear.
"White Linen Duck!
FIXEST AND MEDICM.
White Linen Duck, Heavy Cord.
TU iTC Cdi will k Sold at the Uwet P1
wnf to tf.f OfJ,er Jrf'iml if request'!.
iJ. "T1 cS CO.
HAVE JUST RECEIVED
UI.VilK.D CUKKI'U AT KU
(iahanizfl I'l-iin Iron,
:.i!vnr.izr-J WatT I1
'2 irn-I.t i".
ir,-, 1-2.3-4, 1, 1 1-2.
o rs" xx a
(JalvanizoJ I-jt Tu,
ru' Tin J'LV.e. all eirt ;
Sl.ect Zinc, Si!.t liwJ, 2 1-2, f. 1 1
Rubie r II -m?.
Iirar-S'Icr, lil-jck Tin, S.M-r.
Xj S O
j A COMPLETE ASSORTMENT,
j Second to None in the Market!
; COTTON PLANT "6, 7, 8, 9, 10, pUin and
Magnn Charts," plain and extension top,
C, 7, 8, 9, 10 Inch.
" Placer," 7 and 8.
La Criolla" for coal,
Shamrock," 5 1-2 and C in.
TOffCther With. a. full assortment
TI3NT 7vrk, !
AND MAN V
ARTICLES IN THEIR LINE
USEFUL TO HOUSEKEEPERS.
WATER PIPKS IAII 0 !
Work of all kinds on Buildings in our line
promptly attended to.
Order from the Other Idtud will rarrt with
Prompt Attention at
Lowest Tarkct Kates !
No. 9 KAAHUMANU STREET,
jy Jt?T ABOVE T1IK BANK.
BOOTS, BOOTS, BOOTS I
JXJST RECEIVED !
EX D. C. MURRAY.
JgOYS SCREWED CALP BOOTS.
Boyo Srrywf.1 CalfUifsrd Ties.
Beya Screwed Calf Balmorals.
Misoea Calf Balmoral. (-crevreU)
Cnlf 11m I moral., (ecrewed)
ALSO, A FINK LIN K Of
Abo. a full A:ortmetit of
SUPERIOR FURNISHING GOODS !
Which wilt be Sold at Pric- to Salt the Times !
At M. MrlXERXV'S,
Cnrn-rol Fort aal Merchant Streets.
TIIC LOMiKST JNTAEHSHF.l) rilOTOCRlPHF.R
JSIIOTOGRAHIIS TAKEN IN THE LATEST
style and wait all lie improvements in me srt, sod
ALWAYS ON THE LOWEST TERMS:
FOR FALE Phot irrph of a! the Klnrr, Qieen. Chirf and
other iojortaQt personages.
Als, the Larret Variety cf View, Cards, Strreo-
ampir. Ac, Ac. AT LOW PRICES.
Vawie.v. .StrrreunY'vrv, tc Cli?a)-ef thtn can be
foao I at aoy place In the city.
Having a!l the conveniences doing out dmr work.
Views or Residences, &c, will be taken
Better and at Lrwr Prices tbto by any mW Gallery in
the citv. 11. I.CIIASK.
A RETREAT FOR INVALIDS.
THECI.l.MATEOE THESE ISLANDS
is noted the wcrM ever lr gtaenl lubntr, while
certsin particclsr Inc. 1, tie. In t'.e frran are mnre e
pdAtlr fsvor.biy known. The district of Kona, on tbe lee
i of llswaii, Im Imif been fanird as a flsce of resort for
Lhnse ifflictcl with fftcii t.. of the luncs. Not a few c.ss
J nave been known f-f pro'n who t.ti tern pireo orr r as nore
to die, by their pliinsn In (.aitfiTniv altera f- months
residrace in the l ore, mill a.r of Kona, recovering rubu."!
health I t.ikinr a new Irare of life.
The onders gurd. at his corarootliou. hon near Kaswaloa,
South Koua, U prepare! lo furni.h gd acowsmoditiioos to
boarders oa reasonable terms. The sieamrr Ki'auta run reg
alsrly between Honolulu n-J the port r-f Ksswslns, sod
Horses are kept ready at the bearb. Kerry accommodation
and eoa.furt in the jr of .i:,-t. MILK ami IloNr.Y in aban
dsnce. l-elijthlful rules in tbe DriLi'-orliiHI.
Kaawalu. S. Kmis, May, M'i. myii
ZEXV TOTATOKS :
lYEW POTATOES !
FROM THE K I LA DISTRICT OF MA
RA W AO, will he reired every week by tbe fcchoonen
KA MOl and MO I KEIKI.
VESSELS SUPPLIED IN QUANTITIES
At the Sharteat Notice.
For Sale at
II. E. MrlNTYRE A llRO1?.
''rmr Kort and King .
Session Laws, 1872.
To a menu StcrioN 1S4. 18-j asi IK or the Civil
He it Kttrtl hj ihr K'n'j tii'd !f-e J.j'.si-ilU --!-STiitiy
tf t'f Jl'itniiiuit Jntiflt, in l.e lAj'-i:lyir
t-J IK'. Jiiiij-Jum utst tiJj'.eil :
i-'ctiuo 1. taction 14 of the CitII Coile tLall be
amea lcJ. to rervl a f.Ilows : " Upa tLe rc
ut fif y.Uy or tuore tix pajcra of auv district to
tLc Mioi'ter of Iiiltnr, tLat a new ru.ij. highway
; or Btrtrel U opvbexl. or thai iui roaJ, hiUwaj or
stn-ft U: hliut U or widened or altered, or :l it aaa.I
be luade to apptar to tLe Minister cf Interior in ry
otLer way, tLtany roaJ, Lighwnjr or btieet bliouM
Le opeuel. wiieiiel or oth-rwis; altere-1, tbe a.iiJ
.Minwer f Interior eball request any juiite ( a
t.'ourt of Ilorl to be'ect a list of twruty-fjur nniiies
from ainong tLe lel Tfters of t'te J;atrict in v hic'u
tLe icjproTetnect or bltermtkn La coutfiopi&te 1, from
wiicu each julge bhall direct the MitrLuI of the
Kinzloin. or the tfheriJ tf the Island in which the
improvement is oontein plated, to draw a jury of six
er9iu9 uecmc oo me prupneijr ui iuc uirasure
prcpej, an J the decision of such jary or a majority
of them shall be certified iinuiediately to the Minister
of Interior, wbo hi hereby authorized and empowered
to take actios in accordance with the decision of such
Section 2. Section IS-j of the Civil Code shall be
amendel so as to real as follows : .
In laying out, closing or widening any road or
higeway, respect shall be had to the private vested
rights of property which any individual may hate in
the land aCected by any such proposed work. It
shall be the duty cf the lioad Supervisor immediately
after such proposed work shall be determined upon
to cause notices to be posted along the line of such
propsed new road, street or highway proposed to be
closed, cjiened or widened or altered, advertising the
fact and culling upon nil parties interested therein to
bring forward their claims to the nearest Circuit
Ju J.;e, Police or District Justice, and it shall be the
duty of such judge or justice to forward a list of all
such claims to the Minister of the Interior."
Section 3. Section 186 of the Civil Code shall be
amended so as to read as follows :
" Upon the receipt of such claims, if the Minister
of the Interior and the several claimants cannot
agree upon the amount to be paid to such claimants.
the sid Minister shall appoint three disinterested i
persons as Commissioners, or may request any judge
of a Court of flecord to cause a jury to be summoned
and drawn in like manner as in the first Section
provided, to assess the value of the private property,
or such damage likely to be sustained by the owuer
or occupier of any land to be taken for the proposed
improvement, whose decision or the decision of a
majority of them shall determine the price to be
given by the government for such private property
or for such damages as the ease may be, and such
Commissioners or jury shall send a certified copy of
! their decision to the Minister of the Interior and
another to the claimant.
Section 4. And be it further enacted that all the
provisions of the Act entitled " An Act to provide for
the Assessment of a part of the expense of construct
ing roads upon estates benefitted thereby," approved
the 8th day of July, 1870, shall be deemed and
taken aa anolicable to the wideninc and alterinz of
any road street or highway, as in the previous Sec-
tions of this Act set forth and provided. Provided,
always, that the juries provided for in thi Act shall
thorny as the l.omnudbiouers ptovi.leJ tor in the
aforesaid Act pas,ed on the 8th day of July, 1870.
i .1- .i i v i- t ifeV
Approved ih.s .th day o July. A E 1872.
! To fcbtheb Drn.E the ratlke asdoblioatioxs of ;
t tub Contract APTiiORizFu by StcTioss 1J17 axu
1413 of tjib Civil Code
WiiFREAi, the law in relation to Masters nnd Ser
vants has been misunderstood in some of its pro
visions and is wrongly interpreted by many per-t-ous
And Whereas, some legislation H necessary in order
to prevent such misunderstandings in future and
to further define the nature aud obligations of the
Contracts authorized by Sections 1117 aud 1418
of the Civil Code, Therefore :
l Be it Unacted by the King and the Legislative -1s-'
tembly of the flatraiian Islands in the Legislature
of the Kingdom mbled :
Section 1. Xo contract of a married woman to
: serve another shall be valid in law, unless separated
m .! a
from her husband by decree of a court cf competent
- 1 1 I i
jurisdiction ; and in case any woman shall contract
marriage 'while under contract to serve auother, the
marriage shall operate to annul said contract of ser
vice. Section 2. In all enses when any person under
contract to serve another, shall be sentenced by any
court to make to bis Master satisfaction fur los of
time by desertion, by working for a period of time
beyond that contracted for, he shall be paid his
wages for such extra time worked at the rate ttipu
l.ited for in the contract.
Section 8. No person bound by contract to serve
another shull be held or compelled to work for any
period of time beyond the date when the contract
shall by its terms expire, in liquidation of any debt
or advance made to said laborer during the term
agreed for at the time of his engagement, and any
clause introduced into the contract which shall con
template any tuch service for any such advances
shall be held utterly void and of no eilcct.
Section 4. All laws and parts of laws inconsistent
with or repugnaut to the provisions of this Act are
Approved this 29th day of July. A. IK 1872.
K A M LI 1 A M L 11 A K.
To MAKE ALL PERSONS liKTAIMXO SPIUITfOl'S A Mi I.N
TOXICATIXU LlQt.'oRM I.IABI.K IX lAM AGEH lOU IX
Jl 'RIKA IK INK OR i:ECKIVE BIT TMOSK lJKCO.MlNH LX
TOXICATKD OX -SL'CU LIQL'OIW, AND AS TIIK KESI LT OK
lie it Enacted by the lung and tne Legislative. As
sembly of the llaiciiian Islands in tne Legislature
of the Kingdom assembled :
Section 1. Every husband, wife, child, parent,
guardian, employer or other person who shall be
injured in person or property or means of s.ipport.
by any intoxieated person, or in consequence ot the
intoxication, l.abitmil or otherwise, of any person,
or tth'j being Limself or herself intoxicated shall be
thus injured in consequence of such intoxication,
stiull li.ivo a ricrht nf m titui in 1,14 r hir nwn name.
severally or jointly agaiust any retaileror retailers of
spirituous and intoxicating liquors, who shall by
selling or giving intoxicating liquors, have caused
the intoxication, in whole or m part, ot such per
son or persons, for all damages sustained and for
exemplary damages. And a marii'-d woman shall
have th samo right to bring suits under this Act
and to control the "auie and the amount recovered
as a femme sole. And all damages recovered by
a minor under Ibis Act F-ball be paid either to such
minor or to his or her parent, guardian or next friend
as the Court shall direct.
Section 2. All suits for damages under this Act
may be by any appropriate action in any of tbe
Courts of this Kingdom having competent jurisdic
tion. Approved this 29th day cf July, A. D. 1872.
K AM Ell AM Ell A K.
To amfxd Fie division- 4. of Section- 15, of Chapter
1C. oFTHt Penal Codk.
e it tttactetl ly the King arid the Legislative A.1-
sembiy of the Hawaiian Islands, in the Ljislature
of the Kit.gdom assenJAed :
Section 1. That the 4th subdivision of Section
15 of Cbapu-r 16 of the Penal Code, be and the same
is hereby amended by striking out tke words a
public whipping not exceeding twenty lashes or,'
and "Provided, however, that tbe punishment of
whipping Fball never be inflicted on any female."
so that the Section as amended shall read as f ollows :
Section 13. Larceny is of four degrees, viz:
" "(4) All larceny to an amount less than five
dollars, and all other larceny, not being in one of
the preceding degrees, is such in tbe fourth degree,
and shall be. punished by imprisonment at bald la
bor not more than six months.'
Section 2. This Act shall take effect from and
after tbe date of its passage, and all laws and parts
of laws conflicting with or repuguant to the pro
visions of this Act are hereby repealed.
Approved this 2yth day of July A. IV 1872.
To Regulate the Cvbrexcy.
lit it Enacted by the King and the Legislative As
sembly of the Hawaiian Islands in the Legisla
ture of the Kingdom assembled :
Section 1. The currency of this Kingdom shall
consist of tbe dollar of tbe value of one hundred cents
United States coinage; the half dollar of the value of
fifty cents; the quarter dollar of the value of twenty
five cents, and the dime and half dime of the value
of ten cents and five cents respectively of the said
coinage; and the half dollar or fifty cents silver coin
of the United States of America shall be taken as
the standard and be a legal tender at the value of a
half dollar in all payments to be made in this King
dom. Gold coins and Silver coins other than those
above named bearing the legalized impress of any
Sovereign State shall also be receivable in payment
of Government dues, duties and taxes, at the Exche
quer, and in tender or payment of debts contracted
by private individuals and payable in this Kingdom,
at their value a? fixed by the King in Privy Council,
nl published by the Minister i f Finance in the
Government liaztlU. In case aoy of the said coins
esubl fbed as legal tender as above provided be ;
refuel, the r'er having tendered the tme, mv '.
bring them iulu Court, and plead such tendt-r and I
refusal in bar of coots. i
Section 2. t'oin" of the vlne of t wenty-tive cent '
or les shall be legal tender only as follows : !
In ail paymeuts nut exceeding ten dollars; and
in a! payments exceeding tea dollars, and Dot ex- :
ceeding one hundred dollars ia the proportion of I
fifteen dollars for every hundred; and in all paymeuu ;
exct-eLng one hundred, und not exceediug one thou- I
Bind do!Uri, in the proportion of ten dollars for
every hundred; and in the proportion of five dollars
for every hundred in all payments exceeding one :
thousand Jul'.ais ;
Section . All Acts and parts of Acts incorsistent '
with or contrary to the ptjvisic:i3 of this Act are
Approve! this 'JQth day of July, A. I. 1-72
KiQr::t!N; TV.r. Ii'ktihct;o ok Persons okek
1m; Ar-KxowuriKiMKyis t jsti:i -vkvts.
B it Knartfl Li -'.? King nml the Zsgisiativt Ait- i
rm-ly of t!i llittnil'vin Jbtnli,inthe Lfi$'jfvrf' I
the Kiiojilom .m'W: :
Action 1. No aclknowIed(rm'nt of any Convey- ;
ance or other inMruniflit. whereby any re:;l est;it' ;
is conveyetl or iii.iy be airecU-d sh:ill be taken, un- 1
lt'A.4 the person otfcrinj; to m ike such ncknowledg- ;
meat shall be personally known to the oBicer tak- ;
ing the same, to be the pemu wbote name is sub- !
scribed to fuch conveyance or instrument at a !
party thereto, or shall be proved to be tuch by the !
oath or attiriuaiion of a credible witn?s known to
Section 2. The certificate of suth. acknowledg- ;
ruent shall sUte the fact of acknowledgment and '
that the person making the same was personally j
known to the. oflicr granting the certificate to be !
the person whose name is mbscribed to the instru- '
ment. an a party thereto, or waa proved to be such
by the oath or affirmation of a credible witness to ;
the o flicer whose name ahail be inserted ia the cer- !
Secion 3. Such Certificate- blall bo substantially i
in the following lorru, to wit : !
Hawaiian Island?. )
Island of 4
On this day of A. D. .personally appeared
before me A. U. known to be the person described
in and who executed theforecoin? instrument, who
acknowledged to lue that he executed the same j
freely and voluntarily nnd lor the tuts and pur- j
poses tuerein Set tut ID.
Section 4.-. When the person offering the ac
knowledgment is unknown to the officer taking the
acknowledgment the certificate shall be fitbstan
tially in the following form, to wit :
Hawaiian Island )
dav of A
. personally appeared :
1 belore tne A. li. satisfactorily proved to me to be
the person described in and who executed the with- !
in instrument, by the oath of C. IX a credible wit- !
! nestf for tnat purpose, to tne known and by me duly j
j Hworu. and the naid A. li. acknowledged that he
j execnted the same freely and voluntarily, for the j
: use una purposes therein set Jortb.
euii . .xo certiiicat.. or acKnowietiguieni
contr.,ry to the provision ol tin Act m.nii be held
j va J lb K,"S-. nor shall it be
tli to be recorded in the Registry of Public
S" ThiH Act shall take effect and become
. , r. . i j . .
a ,aw ,&n after at f 118 Pf
' no certificate of acknowledgment executed before
t,a Act 8,ljtU (-ko eH-ect sn in cunseqiM,nce of
I anything herein contained be deemed Invalid.
Approved this zwtli day ot July. A. 1). 1872.
K A M 1 11 A M J . 1 1 A 11. -
.V J !. . " AN ACT . . . : i
to bi.dvce certain' costs is the scprkmk, circuit
a.m Probate Cotrts, and to utaulish Attor
ney's fe. ...
lie it Unacted by the King and the Legislative As
sembly of the Hawaiian Islands in the Legislature
of the Kingdom astembled:
Section 1. That in the Supreme and Circuit
i Courts the costa lor every summons, attachment,
execution or other process, shall be two dollars; for
every rabpocua one dollar; and there shall be no
charge for drawing jury, issuing 6ummons, and the
' service thereof on the panel of jurors.
j Section '2. That the marshal's or sheriff's fees for
i serving a summons or any othtr process (except a
subpoena) shall be one dollar for each party served
i therewith: for scrvini any execution or other process
. -. . . . .
for the collection of money, five ceuts for every dollar
collected up to five hundred dollars and two and one
half cents for every dollar over five hundred dollars;
for every ' writ of possession or restitution, putticz
any person entitled into possession of premises and I
removing a tenant pursuant to order of court, one i
dollar, aud that no fee be charged for attendance j
upon the Court.
Section S. That the judge's fee for every attend
ance at chambers upon the hearing cf any motion
shall be one dollar.
Section 4. That in the Probate Courts, the costa
for every citation or summons shall be one dollar; fir
every subpoena one dollar; for hearing proof and de
termining upon the validity of any will two dollars ; for
taking, stating and determining upon an account
rendered, or deciding upon the distribution cf per
sonal estate, one dollar; for hearing and determining
any objection to the appointment of an administrator
or any application f .r his removal, or for the re
moval of any guirdian, or any application to annul
the probate of a will, one dollar; Provided," that in
all cases where the value of the estate shall not
exceed the sum of five hundred dollars, not more
than Ten Dollars iu addition to costs of advertising
shall be charged for Costs of Court, tc comprehend i
all hearings and proceedings required by Statute or
ordered by the Court, including final hearing and
discharge of the Executor, Ad minid" rater, Guardian
Section 5 Ia all the Courts t'f this Kingdom, in
all actions of Assumpsit there shall be taxed as At
torney's fees, in addition to the Attorney's fees now
taxable by law, to Le paid by the losing party and to
be included in the sum for which execution may
issue, ten per ccut. on all sums to One Hundred
Dollars, aud Two aud one hlf per ceut. iu addition on
all sums over One Hundred Dollars, to be computed
on the excess over One Hundred Dollars. The above 1
fee shall be assessed on the amount of the Judgment ;
obtained by the Plaintiff and upon the amount sued '
for, if the Defendant obtain judgment. j
Section 6. This Act shall take eflect and become a ,
flaw from the day of its passage, and all laws aud
parts of laws inconsistent with, the pruisiona of this
Act are hereby repea'ed
Approved this L"Jth day cf July, A. D. 1872.
K AM 11 1 1 AM Ell A U.
TO AMEND AN ACT ENTITLED " Ax ACT TO REGl'L.VTE
XAMES," PASSED OX THE 24TU OF AUGUST, A. D.
Be it Enacted bu the Kins and the Legislative As
sembly tf the Hawaiian Islands in the Legislature
of the Kingdom assembled : j
Section 1.' That Section Cth of an Act entitled j
"An Act to regulate Xames" pas ed on the 24th j
day of August, A. D. I860, be and the same is hereby '
amended, by adding to said Section 6th the following
words : " Except upon a decree of His Majesty the '
King in Privy Council, which decree shall be founded !
upon the jtetition of the person desirous of changing j
bis or her name, and sh 11 be duly published for tbe !
information of the public for at least four consecutive J
weeks in some public journal in such decree men- I
tioned, so that the Section shall read as follows : j
" Section 6. It shall not be lawful to chaDge any
name adopted or conferred under this law. It eball
also not be lawful to change any name adopted or '
conferred before the operation of this law, except !
upon a decree of His Majesty the King in Privy j
Council,' which decree shall be founded upon the j
petition of the person defirous of changing his or j
her name, and shall be duly published for the inform-
ation of the public, for at least four consecutive
weeks in some public journal in such decree mentioned. !
Approved this 29th day of Jul v, A. D. 1872. '
XAAJEIIAMEHA R. I
a a a- i i i w
COME AND BE HEALED ! j
BY DR. B. H. LYON S
Medical Compound Remedy,
Liniment and JPills !
FOR RECENT ANI CHRONIC DISEASES,
lUieumsutm, Neuralgis, Sires, I'lcers. Eruptions, fckm
lieses. Asthma, tick Headache. IiM-&es of the Throat,
Liver snd Kulneys ; for Female 1 rreguinnlies and general de
bility commou to the sex,
The Compound Remedy has no Superior !
Xo One can vse it without being Benefited by it.
It remove ftom the bloM thuse impurities common to all
invalid, from tbe infant to t'.ie tuan of year.
I have many certificates from thoee who for years wers
thought beyond the reach of human aid. They are now en
To the Victim of his Own Lust !
You who hsv become oisoned by the deadly virus which I
entars ujon posterity tbe blifliUng curie of distase and death,
and have made your own exigence loaihscine, there ia
Ilwpe for you yet. Kesolve ence mote to be a man.
Take the Compound, as Directed. "Tij
Full directions for using the Compound Kemedy, Liniment
and PiUa is givea npoa the Wrapper of each.
Sold in Honolulu by T.
Fort Street. DILI.lNdH AM lo,
MAN Wa.Uiiu . Viuui
A. "LLOYD. No. 70
ll,f. Hnwa-i ; W. MO?S-jvlJ
i: it v
c i!K:w y. a Co
,1 it R S A I. K KV
C. BRKWER 4 Ca-
BREAD AND BUTTEE,
' 1 OR SAI.K B
C. BRKWKK a Co.
a R SAKE B V
f. BKFWKR a Co.
CARTS, Horse and Hand,
O R S A I. K B V
C. BHKWKR 4- Co.
S A I K BY
C. BREWER Co.
FT OR SALE BY
C. BREWER A Co.
C. BREWER A Co.
OR S A I. t:
C. BREWER A Co.
OK SALE BY
C. URF.WKR 4- Co.
C. BREWKR if Co.
C. BRF.WKR if Co.
ASH. SPRUCE & OAK PLANK,
O R S A L E B Y
C. BRKWKR A Co.
PLOWS, all Style,
OR SALE BY
C. KKRWF.R A Co.
PAILS, 3 Hoops,
OR SALE II Y
C. BREWER A Co.
MANILA ROPE, all Sizes,
OR SALE BY
C. BRKWF.R A Co.
STOVES, Asst'd. Si2es,
OR SALE II Y
C. BRKWKIl A Co.
TAR & PITCH,
C. ISREWKR if Co.
C. BREWER A Co.
A. W. P
OiTer for Ssale
WHALE BOATS AND BOAT STOCK
LIME AND CEMENT,
By Steamer from San Fiancisco,
POTATOES, OMONS, &C,
Brand's Bomb Lances,
Perry Davis' Painkiller,
Puuloa Salt Works.
VALUABLE PROPERTY FOR SALE.
rfWE UNDERSIGNED. EXECUTORS OF
A the Will of the late K. M OFF ITT, will caue to be sold at
Public Auction, in August next, if not previously disposed of
at private sale,
THE ESTATE OF StAllURU POINT,
On Oahu, coniatinp nf Fine Orasinjf Land, about 800 bead of
imported Cattle, 40 llor, and a small flock of choice Sheep.
There is an excellent dwelling house with out houses anl fur
The paddocks and pens for dividing the stork are unusually
cmnpkte and extensive. There 1 a W ool Hied, Wool Press,
and every requisite for carrying on the Ranch without further
i'or further particulars, app'y to W. L. GRKKN, or
sp-.'O-tf A. g. CLKQHORN.
VELL.Cr RED ISLAND HAT
at ONE AND A HALF CENT PER
POI ND, at
jy6 3m JL'DD A LAYTON'8
PUBLIC NOTICE !
rMMIE UNDERSIGNED HAVING PUR
M chased all the Cattle running on tbe tnidin and all other
Kula Lands or Last Maui, hereby forbid all persons, under
penalty of being proceeded against at law, from purchasing,
driving or branding any of said cattle.
Tr The following is oar reeiterea orana, ana
all persons are hereby warned against using or
imitating tee same.
Honolulu, March 19, 1S72.
AKANA A CO.
FOR SALE !
IIST RECEIVED V
I A SAN FRANCISCO.
l3 An invoice of English Saddles
II. HACK ELD A Co.
Riding Pants, Riding Pants.
GENTLEMEN WHO ARE FOND OF THE
beautiful and graceful exercise, call and see the splendid
Bedford Cord, the most saitsble material male for Hiding, at
apO J. KEN VOX'S. Tailor, King St. Honolulu.
J70R SALE !
THE PREMISES LATELY OCCU
PIED bv VV. r'iw'licr. on Hotet Ptreet.
. in v li". Er.quiieof J. II PATV.
NEW YORK STYLES OF FANCY PRINTS !
JUST RECEIVED BY
CASTLE & COOKE.
IIN-KHT AM) MKUIUM ENCI.IMI AM) AMERICAN I.ON'O U MIT IIS. FINEST BON-
t1 in Bi. k V-.tio quality do . Mm-LIoo
Etcr.1 Blac k MarM. Pllk. a:.. arte.t 4r. .. N-w urr, a McN.mthl a, an.l Tsjfc rVrM .-waroiwr
?pil Cot tn, L.1!r' lrb t n! U Thrrl Uaonlleu. lk Mtie,
Blf . dfoD, ilat imt bul Liwa HollnJ D.t : . , r. IInrk aiwl Vrvo.
A A a,ru M V.r. iHm. mt ood t oot bvHO.n.. P.rvy Nk TW F.o-M iBUrk
U. k Aoe.iI quAUUc. Grr Bfvwp Micd Aicon HUtk, lwvo, W d ocMtrt4.oU.rca, aU a.l.U'O.
w bile aJ eolortsl tinit:oiit, laucv IVim, c-, Ac, ac, -.
Also, Expected by the Steamer,
A LARGE ASST. OF MERCHANDISE SUITABLE FOR ALL I
Fancy Flannel-, French Corset., Silk Cndershlrts. Lisle Thread nose, Msssellles QallU. Msrtna do.
saiwy rianne jrr f.ney Plaid Oliwbaiaa. Maachaste Wklia do.
WoTte and Brown Linens. HemMitched Handkerchiefs, todies and gen Is,
Finest Victoria Lawns, Grey Blankets, White Crib Blankets,
Ps T-vrrrr i VT AIT C Tins Chmms and PaHs Oreenlo Oil. and 24 lb. tins; tins French
A T X JS S I ) ) I 1 iJ Yellow Burnt and Raw I'mber. Boiled and Raw Oil,
Captor and Neats F4 Od, W hite Lead and Zinc, Carriage, furniture aud Coach Varnish.
om a rYTX"rT'T"r Can, L-tter and Note Paper. Envelopes. Fabee't Drawing c,,,'', F"".
1 A. 1 1 JrS hilX JL UUtaU'a, Aasnirbrook s and V aahlngtoo Medallion IVna.
H. -nrvltr a TI'P C - Drawlnc Knives. Monieo OaugM, Hammers, Chlssla. Tabls Cutlery. Porkes
A Ivilis XV . Cutlery. Rogers Soo'i nase Sail Needles, Selna Twtoo, Farrier Knivee
and li stumers, aster y Cloth, Beu 4 in. English Belling.
JUST RECEIVED PER ATLAS
BTlaps Saddlery, Hoop Iron, Bar Iron, YelUw Ofhrf, Trf neh lellw, Dry Pare Lea.
From iSJew Yorlc and. San Francisco :
Hunt's Axes. Ok Bows. 1j, li and 2 In. Yokes. Pquare and Hexagen Nuts. Ppadea, Faovels, Tla Plate,
A floe assortment of Files up to IS inches. Brass and Iron Screws, Best Leal Olue, Dog Chains.
ON HAND. BEST GOLDEN GATE FLOUR. DOWNER'S KEROSENE OIL. A.cw, At.
&.C, Ai. . "
WILL SELL TO TIIK TKADE AS LOW A 'LOWEST.
ARE . NOW. ORENIN
Consisting in part of the Following:
Rich Black Glace and French Gross Grain Silks. Also, One Piece Very Elegant
Black Lyons Silk, A Very Beautiful Night Shade in Blue, and
THE LATEST SHADE L RR OW l FUEICH SILK!
A VERY PRETTY AND FASHIONABLE ASSORTMENT OF
LADIES' FANCY DRESS GOODS IN FRENCH REPPS !
Dolly Varden Repps, Plain Repps, Plain Satin Cloth, Figured Satin Cloth,
Poplinette and Tartan Plaid, French Mohairs
AI,aL COLORS IIV REAL FREltf CII .HIERIIVOKS !
Black Paramattas, Coburgs, Alpaccas,
Italian Cloths, Baratheas and Crepe Goods.
FRENCH AND GERMAN MUSLIN DRESS GOODS!
j. few Heal Lace Collars and CliemiHettes,
Real Valenciennes, Maltese, Guipure, and other Laces,' Plain and Fancy Linen Setts,
Ladies' Balbriggan Hose in assorted sizes,
Lisle Thread Gauntlets and other Gloves,
The Largest and most Varied Assortment of Patterns in WHITE PIQUES in the City
White Book Muslins, Lawns and Lace Checks,
Ladies' Chenille Opera Cloaks, Summer Costumes, latest style,
Cashmere Shawls, Ladies' French Cambric Robes, (unmade.)
In. !M!oniiiiTig Goods we have Opened. :
BLACK SILK GRENADINES, BLACK ERNANI, AND STRIPED GRENADINES.
BY.TKE NEXT STEAMERIFROMICALIFORNIA VEtwHOPEiTO RECEIVE
Ladies' .ssoxted HTVencli Kid Grloves !
In the Latest Styles and Shades of Colour, and NEW SILKS. Ac.
Our Manchester Department is replete with every requisite for House
Furnisliing, and cmr
FAESGV AND TIWnG DEPARTMENT
CONTAINS A NUMEROUS VARIETY OF ASSORTED COLORS IN
Satin and Silk Buttons, Pearl, Pique and Agate do., An elogant lot of Black Silk, Plain nnd Heavy
Silk Bullion Fringes, White Silk Fringe nnd Colored do., assorted Silk and Satin
Trimmings, in colors and black ; Jkj' Straw llata, Ladies assorted Silk
Umbrellas, Infanta' Long Robes and Ladies Underclothing,
Nottingham Net Curtains, &c.
II AYSELDEN X51TOW., CRITISIZJOIV IIOTJHE,
jrll . E. WILLIAM'S IIL'ILDING, FORT STREET. if
STATIONER im iJElVS DEALER,
IVo. 11 illcrcliant St., Honolulu.
KEEPS CO.STA.HTLY OX EIAftH A FULL SUPPLY OP
Plain, Flat and Congress Paper, Ruled Congress Cap. white & blue.
Packet Post, Commercial Letter, Congress Letter, French Overland Letter,
Packet Note, Commercial Note, plain and ruled-, Ladies' Sots, plain and ruled, whits and tinted;
French Note, varimif fured patterns; Mourning- Note, and Billet Paper,
Packagea Initial Note Paper and KnTelopes,. Cap Account Current Pspsr,
Commercial Letter, Account Current Paper, Broad aod Lon( Bill Paper,
Mmic Ruled Paper, Black Lines, Tissue Paper, UoTernment Commercial, Lt-tter. Note, Billet and Cloth Used Envelopes.
Bronze, Glass and Fancy Ink Stands !
The Best Ink in Black, Blue, Carmine. Red aud Viol, Cap anl Letter Copying Paper, Oiled Copying Sheet.,
Copying Brushes, Babbittonlan, Washington, Medallion, Giltotl's and Easterbrook's 8tel Pens, Oold Pens,
Qaill Pens and Qaills, Sealing Wax, Pp-r Farteners, Kubber, Faber's Pencils, Nos. 1, 2, 3, and 4, warranted;
Faber's Artist Pencils, Faber'a Wax Crayoos, Card Board, Bristsl Board, Perforated Board, Drawinj Paper. Tinted Paper,
Tracing Paper, Tracing Cloth. Rodger's Steel Erasers, Woslenholm's Pocket Cutlery,
A LARGE VARIETY OF BLANK BOOKS!
Such as : Idrers, Journals, Ch, Record. Wilts, Index, Pcrap, Letter, Trial Balances, Inrotce, Memoranda and Pas Books
Shipping and Money Receipt Books, Nois Books, Bill Receivable book. '
A Large Variety of GAMES, Mechanical and Mental!
Toys, an assortment. Alphabet Blocks, Toy Books, Fancy Paper Lanterns, Christmas Candles
Traveling Writing Companion, Traveling Toilet Cases, Work Bags,
HAWAIIAN AND AMERICAN TOY FLAGS!
Stereoscope views, Stereoscopes, Photo Views and Photographs, Chessmen, Checker Boards, Dominoes,
Crib Boards and Boxes, Albums,
AND MANY OTHER ARTICLES TOO NUMEROI'S TO SPECIFY.
o mvj GOODS