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rilKCKLEUR lTEUHOlR HM)Of
jZ IIAKAL4C.loifcDittrucfllii, lUwtii.
Tm Ubl,UK. l?Utr mmi CrmMI of ACAl'KEAE.
Kcs. Utfui. c-.n;iuin t ul TOO acres.
f"r jniiUr apply to
W L. OKtKV
I V ion I.B. KKOl
(OR SALE IIV
H. HACKFFLD CO
CARRIAGE MATERIAL !
- POKES. 1 TO 3 1-2 IXCHW. HICRORT
RIMS Ah tad Hie 'tory, 1 to 2 IneftSi
HCf:" All :,
FELLOES Ft Os Cat', aannrtcd sie. Hk and Ait;
PH A F f Wg-oi and Curiae. liUH and roah;
POLES ! Csrrisfr, CiWlMd And roc,l;
CrH Bars Tkw, St UIK
rai a Birxr
A I war Ki 0aWr,
Ox Cart IVhttls and Carta,
WlirK I m irrprA U HELL CHEAP.
A Large Lot of Ash Lumber I
flaring paeehasrd the entire stock f mrUf material firm Wl
Unfa Col, I aot prepared to tU City an-1 Chantry Order
pracspdy swd si Eeswxnbta trfcxs,
DIFFIBE5T STTLE3 OF
of mr own snriiretnr, nnatantly o tend, and
.ahjj 71 and " King Steet, Honolulu.
For Sale at Castle & Cooke's.
PERKINS & HOUSE'S
Metallic Kerosene or Coal Oil
SAFETY LillYIPS I
rjMllft IttTHKO.NLV ABSOLITBLV 8.4KB
l.dP AND F1LL15Q CAN rVER MArE.
Ha-a4- r IawIIIm tkl !. te.
ilfy u in StjrUrily ir all alkr
Lara la ffar:
1. it w perfectly safe from explotion,
owing to its 8rintifi! itrnctarc.
2. It Will not break, teing made of metal.
3. it ! rcn iTcl perfectly clean jr rtent
. It u one-third less Oil in proportion to
(ha lijht Jc'iTen, without o-lor.
5. tr gfis much more brilliant light, nd
ovira ate!- thn gs, at one-fifth the expense.
EXTRA CHIMNEYS AND SHADES
niVSTAXTLT ON HAND.
J. n. C021ET,
iMe At"ol Cor lh Sandwich IiUsv's.
Ea IT TM 13 ES 13.
OF ALL KINDS, AT
BED ROCK PRICES I I
In Largo Assortment.
TDnPEXTLXE, VARWIsn !
Finest Quality Puuloa Salt.
GOODS DELIVERED IN TOWN
JPTtEji OF CICAIIGE,
and at any Port in the Kingdom as per
WILDER & CO.
ol Corner of Fort and Queen Sts.
CALIF0ENIA OAT HAY !
A SMALL. LOT. PRIME QUALITY
iolS 0LL3 a CO.
JET all Sefison.
CASTLE & COOKE
D. C. Murray and J. VV.Seaver
INK VET OF K.NOUn HIJACK
Tine Blark Pwllru. Grj P.aekkin.
All Wool Ts-e, 'ait lb rlvi for mir.ur
Fine White Marseilles,
Fancy paltrr., ta!ubl f"r Tj!"i or Children' Preiser, and
Gent's Tffnua Vests.
PUin sad SuipM Brown Li or a Drillicf, Just ths tf.Ug for
Boy's and Mna srofktns- elrh"S.
()' Milk. Mrrlon, Ail Wool aod Cotir.a CnderMrl.
Ladies' aod O-nl'a Linen Ca?a, (Vu'i Cr41an,
A f'W d-Trti of Fine Black Pllk Sck T, 6 5 and 3-4.
A f urrivr anortmerit sf Ocru's and Lads' HI-chM
stk! I'libl'srhM Coti'Tt If
Kl'PERIOR U.L r.lXRN
&J) acd 2-t all Linri Napkioa fr-n $"! f0 lo T 00 per il'-fn.
Crttn, Lir.Ti, HcttTjr and Pamaik T"wH,
Linen and Cotton Sheeting 1
61, 72, 0 and 100 Ineh.
Linen and CotUo Ut r;:ic 5Ia.
10-4, 11-4, and 1(4 Whit- MarilM Qoil'a.
AVhi.c IVIcrino Illnnket
SrarW, Elae, Oreen aud White Biaoketa,
Jri Cnra, fine avrtmnt of i'rarl BntUw
AX .tSSORTMEST OF
SHELF HARDWARE !
Ioor, Chit. Pad, Baj, Cuphnard and Till Locks,
Sap-rior Fadloeka, wruiKht Irm, with PpriDg and
prlni" Ch-!t Lorkf, 1 Ks earti and no duplicate,
Hpeir Jackann'a Fine fi, 12 to 24 Inch, e c and rip.
Ppear 4 Jarkson't Fil-. all ixe and kinds 3 to 18 inch.
Haro. r.ridle aod Roller Bnrkl'S, Plated and Jap'd.
Paddl" Kinga, tinned and japanned, 2 1-2, 3 snd 3 1-2 la.
Flh Hooka. No. 10 to SO and lareer.
Cnion and Wool Girths, fhoJ Ttfad. Handled Axes,
Onppr Ta-ka. 1-2 to 1 1-2 inrb. Llchtnin? Wood Paw.
Cooper' Tools, Pand Paper, Scrnb Uroshe, Iron T"k.
ALSO, ON HAND :
.Unertean an.1 FnzIIih White Lend and Fine Paint.
American and English Pale Boiled Linard Oil, Turpentine,
Lamp Black, Yeilow Ochre, French Yellow, Venilian Bd.
Baw and Burnt Cmber, Bed Vrj Vermillion, At.
Good Assortment of Paints in Oil,
OESriNE IOWNF.R'fl AND PEVOK'S
X5I o i o o n o O i 1 !
Cnpal. Damar, CArrlajre and Bright Vamiah.
llAWiiUn, California, Chemical, New York, Fj-aiv, Beaton,
Oiive. pore Catil? snd Fsncy
Paris. Eagle, 20 and 2 Steel XI and XO ;
Horse Plows. !
r?hovcli,PpdM,no,, Pcythes, Pjike., Hop., 4c, Ac., Ac, ftc. J
ALL OBDEBS FILLED AT LOWEST MARKET j
LEWERS AND DICKSON
AT THEIR OLD STAND
Fort, King and Merchant Sts.
H AVE ON HAND AND FOR SAI.K.
1ST O -TWJEl&T
Board. Planks and Battens.
Nor West Tongned and Grooved Boards.
Nor' West Surfaced Planed Boards.
H.ETD C O 33
Bough and Planed Boards,
Redwood Battens and Clapboards,
Redwood Tongned and Grooved Boards,
DOORS, WIMOffS AID BLUBS !
Kails, Locks, Butts and Screws.
j OIL. WHITE LEAD. ZINC PAINT.
Turpentine, Chrome Green,
Paris Green, Chrome Yellow,
Red Lead, Black Paint. Varnishes.
Burnt and Raw Umber,
Venitian Red, Yellow Ochre, &c &c.
FOR PLANTATION- VSF..
WHITE ASH BOARDS & PLANKS,
FOR WHEELWRIGHT ANP PLANTATION TSE
WHITE EASTERN FINE
BOARDS AND PLANKS.
WALL IPVIE:T !
All OTHER BIIUIIM .MATERIALS !
LEWERS & DICKSON.
cl3 3io ins.
SOLE AND SADDLE LEATHER.
Tanned Goat and Sheep Skins,
CONSTANTLY ON" H ANI ANP FOR SALE,
frm the well-known
WAI.MEA TANNERY C. NOT LEY.
Py (T lj) A.P.CLKOnORN & CO., Arent..
IIIDKS, SKLS. TALLOW.
j i- i THE rXDERSIC.VED COXTlNrK
X I to pay tfce highest market price fcr Pry
li i iiX Hid r. Goat Skiat ad Goat Tallow.
tciSI Sa C. BREWED k CO-
SiTllllAY, SEPTEMBER 12.
SESSION LAWS-- I 874.
Authorirnt the Mm:ertf the Inttr'-cr to grant to
0betB t.f Mi'.!s f-r tl.e Manufacture of Sugar, !
Liteuots to Diatiil Spiritoous Liqacra. j
Be it eiiiicti- by the k-iog, &c
Src. 1. The Minister of th Interior is her:by
anthem! to frract to any owner or owners of any
ciiil for the ruanofacture f sagr, a license to diirtill
piritaou8 liqaor subject to thn conditini vii rest rie-t'f-cs
fceroicafrer set forth.
Src. 2. AJ1 pwoB" applying for a lieecse ander
i thia law, shall before reefiTicg the same file tv bend,
1 (in form aimilar to the fallowing,) the sase boirg
! always subject to the approaJ of the Wicieter of the
Know all ratn by tbeee prefDta that we, .
I principal, on 1 . surety, are held and firmly
i bound cnto the Minister of the Interor for the nse
i of the Hawaiian Government in the penal sum of one
thousand dollars, lawful money, to be IeTivI cn our
r-spectire joint and several property in ca the e-n.
ditions hereinafter aet forth shall be violated.
For the j'ist and full payment of which we hereby
jointly and severally bind ourselves, our heir?, exec
utors, administrators an I assigns.
Sealed with our sca's and dated this da of
A. P. 1R
Tbe condition of this obligation is as follows:
That, whereas, the above bounden principal has this
day applied for a license to distill spirituous liquor in
accordance with the law enacted cn the day cf
18. and has complied with the requisitions of the
said law. and has consequently become entitled to a
license to d'still spirituous liquor in accordance with
the fttatnte rn such cases made and provided, for the
U:rm cf five years from dte; Now, therefore, if dur
ing tbe continuance of this license tbo said
shall not contribute to the violation of any cf the
Lists of thU Kingdom nor violate any of the condi
tions of his license. C"'py of which is here to annexed,
then this obligation shall t void, otherwise npon
proof being made to the satisfaction of a common
magistrate without the intervention cf a jury, the
penalty mentioned in this bond shall be forfeited and
the license of the said thia day granted shall
Oiven under oar Mnda .nd seals the d.y snd
year above written.
Ia the presence cf
Se 3. Such license shall be valid for the space
of five years, and before granting such license, the
Minister of tbe Interior shall demand and receive at
the bands of the applicant for the benefit of the Royal
Exchequer the sum of fifty dollars, and at the expi
ration of one year from the date cf said license the
licensee shall pay fifty dollars further, and so on at
the expiration of each year during the time of the
Srr. 4. All spirits manufactured by authority of
this law, shall pay when withdrawn for consumption
in this Kingdom an excise equal to the fpeciGc duty
that is now, or may be hereafter levied on spirits of
like strength of alcohol of foreign manufacture im
ported into this Kingdom. If withdrawn for export,
the sai l spirits shall be subject to the 8.ime surveil
lance and restrictions to which liquors of foreign
manufacture are now, or may hereafter be subjected
when withdrawn for re-exportation.
Sec. 5. All spirituous liquor manufactured under
the authority of this law shall be delivered into the
charge and keeping of the Custom House authorities,
and shall so remain until lawfully withdrawn for
consumption or exportation by a permit of the Col
lector General of Customs or his deputy, and all the
expenses of storage shall be paid by the owner of
such spirits in like manner as though the same were
of foreign manufacture nnl had been imported into
Sec. 6. The licensee, or the manager cf the plan
tation, or some person acting for and on behalf of
such licensee or manager and acquainted with the
fact9, shall report to the Minister of the loterior, and
to the Collector General of Customs, the quantity of
Fpirits manufactured by him and delivered to the
Custom House authorities, each quarter and oftener
if required, and shall at the same time subscribe an
oath as follows or to the following effect:
I solemnly swear that the report hereinabove sub
scribed by me, contains a true account of al! the
spirituous liquors manufactured by me or by my
authority cn this plantation during the time set forth
in such report. The subscribing of such an oath
shall subject one so subscribing it to all the pains
and penalties of perjury, provided the report so
sworn to shall be proved to be untrue.
Sec 7. Any persons introducing for consumption
any spirits manufactured under the authority of this
Act, without paying the excise thereon, shall be lia
ble to tbe same pena'ties as though the same had been
smuggled, and if any such person be an owner or an
employee in a distillery the apparatus of such distil
lery shall be liable to confiscation and eale for the
benefit of the Publis Treasury.
Sec. 8. His Majesty ths King in privy Council
shall have authority to make from time to time such
regulations, not inconsistent with the provisions of
this enactment, which He, upon the advice of a ma
jority of those present at any duly called meeting of
His said Frivy Council, may deem requisite for the
protection of the revenue.
Src. 9. Whereas the bond provided for in the
second section of this Act runs for a long time, the
surety may withdraw upon giving two months notice
to the Minister of the Interior, and to the principal,
and it shall be the duty cf the principal in such a
caw to supply another surety, and upon his failing
bo to do his license shall be void.
Approved this loth day of July, A. D. 1874.
IleUting to Orders of Confirmation of Sales of Real
Estate by Administrators and Guardians.
Be it enacted by the King, &c.
Sec. 1. For tho purpose of perfecting Bales of real
property by administrators and guardians a certified
copy of the order of confirmation of sales cf real es
tate by an administrator or guardian shall be re
corded in the office of the Registrar of Conveyances
in Honolulu, by tbe administrator or guardian,
within thirty days after such order is granted.
Sec. 2. This act shall take effect and become a law
from an l after the date of its approval.
Approved this 18th day of July, A. P. 1874.
; AN ACT
i To amend Section f51 of the Civil Code, of Pasfporis.
Be it enacted by the King. Ac.
Skt. 1. That Section toi ot the tivil Code be and
the same is hereby amended, to read as follors :
Section Col. Every master or commanding officer
of a vessel, who shall convey out of this Kingdom
any person not having a passport, shall be subject to
a fine cf fifty dollars, and be liable for all debts which'
such person may have left unpaid in this Kingdom;
and if he shall ful to pay such fine and debts, such
vetoel shall be subject to seizure, condemnation and
sale for the payment thereof: Provided always if
the master or commanding officer of such vessel shall
by the aid of the police of this Kingdom make a
thorough snd faithful search of tho vessel after
clearance, and previous to passing the boundaries of
, the jurisdiction of this Kingdom, with a view to
guard against persons ma&ing mcir escape, sucn
master cr commanding officer of a vessel shall not be
liable to said fine cr liable for the payment of the
debts which such person may have left unpaid in
this Kingdom, nor shall the vessel bo liable to seizure
and confiscation. And provided further that none of
the provisions of this Section or Article, shall be con
strued as applicable to any seaman legally shipped
on board of any vessel.
Sec. 2. This Act shall take effect and becom a
law from and after the date of its approval.
ArrrcTed ths? 18tb day cf July. A. D. 1874.
To amend Section 1, and Section 3. of an Act ap
proved on the 221 day of June, A. P. 168. to li
cense the slaughter and sale cf beef.
Be it enacted by the King, &c.
Sec. 1. That Section 1 cf said Act bo, and the
same is hereby amended to read as follows:
Sec. 1. Tba Minister of the Interior may at any
time license, for the term of one year, any applicant
to slaughter and sell beef, either in Honolulu and
Waialua, Island of Oahu; Lahaina, Wailuku and
Makawac, Island of Maui; Uilo, North Kohala, Ka
waihae. Keatakckua. Kaawaloa and Waiohina, Isl
and of Hawaii; Koloa, Lihue and Hanalei, Island cf
Kauai; upon receiving for such license, the sum of
twenty dollars; provided however, that this Section
shall not be held to apply to salted or corned beef,
brought from other parts of the Kingdom. , .
Sec. 2. That Seciion 3 of said Act be, and the
same i3 hereby amended to read as follows:
Sec. 3. Whoever shall slaughter or sell beef in J
Honolulu and Waialua, Island of Oahu; Lahaina, !
Wailuku, and Makawao, Island of Maui; HUo, North
Kohala, Kawaihae, Kealakekua, Kaawaloaand Wai
ohinu. Island of Hawaii; Koloa, Lihue an.. Hanalei,
Island of Kauai; without first obtaining a license
therefor, as provided in Section 1, of this Act, shall
be subject to a fine of not less than ten nor more than
twenty-five dollars for each offense, in the discretion
of the Court.
Sec. 3. This net shall become a law at the expira
tion cf thirty days from the date cf its passage; and
all laws cr parts cf laws inconsistent herewith are
Approvd this 18th day cf July, A. P. 1874.
.. AN ACT
To fcUitnJ rVctin 470 of tLe Civil C1?, relating to
Certifiontrw cf Pei-osif.
He it enacted by the Kiug.
1. Thi Section 47'J rf the Civil Code be,
su I the s:ne is beirby amended to re J as fullest :
S.-c. 47V. For the purpoee of promoting onve
tieuce in business and exchange tetween the differ
ent irUt.Ji ot the "Moglem, it ehil be Kful for the
Minister ot Finance, in his discretion, to receive Any
current coiu on deposit, to auy amount not h-ss ttito
tif'y dollars, and to i.-ue certificates of deposit there
for, of such deoouiiLi&Dviie as tie Ahau deem to be lor
the public interest, payable to bearer on demand
without interest. The said cerucles shall be sign
ed by the Minister of Finance and countersigned by
tbe Registrar of Public Accounts. Tbe money re
ceived in exchange for such certic&tcs shall be held
as a special deposit, to be used only fcr cancellation
cf the said certificates.
Src. 2. This act shall rake effect and become a law
from and after the date of its approval, and all laws
cr parts cf laws inconsistent herewith are hereby re
pealed. Appirved this 1st day of Angmt, A. D 171.
To authorize the Minister of Finance to negotiate a
loan for tho School Fund belonging to the board of
Whereas, during the current biennial period, most cf
the School Fund belonging to the Board of Educa
tion, cn deposit at the Hawaiian Treasury, will bc
c. me due;
And whereas, the interest only f said fund having
by law been made available for the uses and pur
poses of the said Board, interest at the rate of
twelve per cent, per annum has always heretofore
been allowed thereon ; now, therefore,
Be it enacted by the King, &c.
Sec. 1. That the Minuter of f inance, by and
with the advice and approval of His Majesty the
King in Cabinet Council, Is hereby authorized to re
new, when due, exchequer bonds with coupons at
tached, for the amount of the School Fund at present
on deposit at the Hawaiian Treasury, viz. : twenty
five thousand six hundred dollars ($25,600) in such
sums as shall be convenient, for such a length cf
time as shall be agreed open and which shall be
specified upon the face of siid bond3, at interest not
to exceed twelve per cent, per annum, payable semi
annually. The said bonds shall be eigncd by the Minister of
Finance and countersigned by the Registrar of Pub
Sec. 2. The Minister of Finance is hereby like
wise authorized to issue exchequer bonds with cou
pons attached, for all future deposits that shall b"
made by the Board of Education at the Hawaiian
Treasury, on account of the School Fund, and the
same shall bear interest at rates not to exceed that
stated in the foregoing section of this act.
Approved this let day of August. A. P. 1874.
To encourage Steam Navigation with Foreign Coun
tries. Whereas, the maintenance of frequent and regular
communication with foreign countries by steam, is
important to the welfare of the Kingdom, and can
not fail to promote the prosperity of the Hawaiian
Aod whereas, to encourage such steam communica
tion certain facilities should be offered; therefore,
Be it enacted by the King, &c.
Sec. 1. For tbe purpose of encouraging the estab
lishment of steam communication with foreign coun
tries, the Minister of the Interior on behalf of the
Hawaiian Government, is hereby authorized in his
discretion to permit and allow any steam line or lines
which may make regular trips and stoppages at the
port of Honolulu to and from foreign countries, to
enter and leave, and load and discharge freight and
passengers at Honolulu on payment of lawful charges
thereon, but without port charges for light houses,
buoys, wharfage, or water from the government
pipes, provided such water be not wasted, or ueJ in
Sec. 2. That for the purposes aforesaid, the Ha
waiian Government will admit free of duty, coals,
machinery and supplies required for the use of said
steam line or lines, and all vessels arriving laden
with coals, machinery, and supplies, imported by
said steam line or lines for its own use, shall be ex
empt from port charges for light house, buoys or
wharfage; unless such vessel or vessels be only par
tially so laden, in which case they shall be exempt
from such charges in the ratio of such cargo import
ed as aforesaid by such steam line cr lines to the en
tire capacity of tho vessel, such rates to be fixed
without appeal by the Collector General of Customs.
And all property of such steam line or lines shall be
exempt from taxation. Provided however, that such
vessel or vessels shall be charged wharfage after they
have discharged their coals, machinery and supplies,
if they remain at the wharf twenty-four hours after
Sec. 3. The Minister of the Interior is hereby au
thorized to set apart for the use of Baid steam line or
lines, a lot or lots of land on the esplanade for a coal
depot, and to allow the storage of machinery and
supplies imported foi 'he use cf said steam line cr
lines free of charge.
Sec. 4. This act shall take effect and become a la w
from ad after the date of its approval.
Approved this 1st day of August, A. P. 1874.
To amend Section 1, of an Act entitled "An Act to
amend Article 2, Chapter 7 of the Civil Code,"
approved on the 21st day of August, A. P. 18G0.
Be it enacted by the King, &c.
Sec. 1. That Section 1, of an Act entitled "An
Act to amend Article 2, Chapter 7 of the Civil Code,"
approved on the 21st day of August, I860, be, and
tho same is hereby amended by striking out the word
"licenses" in the second line, and inserting in the
place thereof the words " a license," and by striking
out the words " two persons," in the second line and
inserting in the place thereof the words " one per
son;" by striking out the words "and one at La
haina " in the third line; by striking out the word?
'districts of Honolulu and Lahaina " in tho fourth
and fifth lines, and inserting in the place thereof tho
words "district of Honolulu;" by striking out the
words two thousand " in the fifth lino, and insert
ing in the place thereof the words "sixteen thou
sand;" by striking out the word "each" in the sixth
line, and inserting in the place thereof the word
"such;" by striking out the last letter " s " in the
word "'licenses," in the sixth line; and by striking
cut the words " two thousand " in the seventh line,
and inserting in the place thereof the words " sixteen
thousand;" so that the Section as amende! shall
read as follows :
" Sec. 1. The Minister of the Interior may at any
time grant a license for the term of one year to not
more than one person resident in Honolulu, to import
and sell opium to Chinamen for the term of one year,
in the district of Honolulu, upon receiving the sum
of not less than sixteen thousand dollars for such
license so granted ; provided that the said license shall
be exposed at public auction at the upset price of six
teen thousand dollars, and sold to the highest bidder."
Sec. 2. This Act shall become a law from and
after tbe date of its passage, and all laws or parts of
laws in contravention herewith are hereby repealed.
Approved thi? 1st day of August, A. D. 1874.
To provide for taking cf tbe Oath of Allegiauce Ly
Persons in the employ of the Hawaiian Govern
ment. Whereas it is expedient that all persona who may be
appointed to places of profit or emolument under
the Hawaiian Government should take the oath cf
Be it enacted by the King, &c
Sec. 1. From and after the passage of this act
every person who may be appointed to any office of
Erofit or emolument under the Government of this
iingiom shall, before entering upon the duties of his
office, take and subscribe the oath of allegiance, in
manner and form prescribed by sections 430 and 431
of the Civil Code.
Sec. 2. Every person now holding any office of
profit or emolument under the Government of this
Kingdom, who shall not already have taken such oath
as aforesaid, and who shall neglect cr refuse to t&kd
such oath within three months from the passage of
this act, shall be deemed to have resigned his office,
which shall become vacant at the expiration of such
Sec. C. The said oath may be taken and subscribed
by any person not resident on the Island of Oahu.
before any Judge of a Coart cf Record, who shall im
mediately forward the same to the Minister of the
Sec. 4. Thia act shall take effect and become a law
from and after the date of its passage.
Anrroved this l9t day of August, A. P. 1874.
Providing for a Fveduction cf Terms of Imprisonment
in Certain Cases.
Be it enacted by the King, &c.
The Marshal shall require the Keeper of every jail
to keep a record of the conduct cf each convict whose
term of imprisonment is not less than three months,
and for every month that a convict appears by such
record to have faithfully observed all the rules of the
prison and to have conducted himself in all respects
properly, there shall be deducted from the whole
terra of his sentence as follows : Two working days
from every thirty days. Said record shall be shown
in Privy Council when considering petitions f r
Approved this 8tb day cf August, A. P. 1874
To amend Section 1. of an Act entitled an Act deaig- j
nation the owners cf C(t.V, Horse, Mu'.ts, IVnk- ;
ejs. Sheep, ti.ats, and Swine, r.-et marked cr j
I ran le-l acconiing to law, an t wine may re rue-
I ning wild, and at larpe. cn the lands ci this K c
j Jutu approve-1 c the l&b day cf July, A. P. 187t.
Be it eaacted t.y the K;r,. Ac
Stc. 1. Th-f S-ctkn I, cf an Act designating tins
i owuets of cittie, hcrsc. mulrf, doo.ejs, sheep,
j gcxtts and iwine not marked or bwnv'ed according to
liar, an I w!.;ch mij re rnnnicg wi! I as J at Urge on
the lauds of this Kingdom be, &ud the utu is hereby
amended by inserting certan words, so that- the
Section as amended shall read as follows :
"Sec 1. All cattle, bones, .rculrs, donkeys.
Bheep, goats, and swine, over twelve months cf age,
not marked cr branded according to law, and which
may have been mcTjing wild and at large for six
months cr over, npon any of the lands of this King
dom shall be'ecg to, and be the property cf the
owners cr lessees cf the lands on which the said
animals may be found running."
Src. 2. All laws and parts of laws in conSict with
the provisions of this Act are hereby repealed.
Aprrcvel thia lS.h dsv of July. A. P. 1874.
To indemnify the Minister cf Finance.
Whereas It appears from the Report ef the Minister
of Finance, submitted on the 80tb day of April
list, that the following expenditures were author
ized by the Privy and Cabinet Council, viz. :
Funeral of His 1st Majesty Eamtharoc-h. V. . . $11,661 C2
Eanrral of H. bip Majesty Luoalilo 11.93 to
Inuring Hawaiian llotrt l.ffsS 00
Wrt.b's Line cf Steamers Si.000 00
Police cf Oahu 1,46! 66
Amoaatiuf to tbe aura cf ll,?6 T7
And whereas the Minister of Finance has requested
to be discharged from further liability cn account
of said expenditures; therefore.
Be it enacted by tho King, &c.
Sec. 1. That the Minister of Finance be, and be
it hereby indemnified and discharged from all lia
bility on account of the expenditures above mention
ed, and that the same, as inserted in the report of
the expenditures of the Hawaiian Treasury during
the two years, ending March 31st, 1874, are hereby
Approved this 22 J day of July, A. P. 1874.
To amend Sections 2 and 8 of an Act entitled, "An
Act to repeal an Act entitled an Act regarding the
Qualifications of Electors,' approved December 31,
1S64, and to regulate the Qualifications of Electors
for Representatives to the Legislative Assembly cf
the Kingdom as approved the 24th cf June, 1868,
and to rereal Sections 1 and 2 of Chapter 80 of the
Be it enacted by the King, &c
Sec. 1. That Section 2 cf said Act be, and the
same is hereby amended to read as follows :
" Sec. 2. Every male subject of the Kingdom
who shall have paid bis taxes, who shall have attained
tbe age of twenty years, and shall have been domi
ciled in the Kingdom for one year immediately pre
ceding the election, and shall know how to read and
write, if born since the year 1840, and shall have
caused bis name to be entered on the list of voters of
his district, as hereinafter provided, shall be entitled
to one voto for Representative or Representatives of
that district ; provided, however, that do insane or
idiotic person, or any person who sh;!! have been
convicted of any infamous crime within this King
dom, unless he shall have been pardoned by the
King, and by the terms of such pardon have been
restored to all the rights of a subject, shall be allowed
to vote ; and no other persons than those qualified as
in this section provided shall be allowed to vote at
any election for representatives to the Legislative
Assembly of this Kingdom." -
Sec. 2. That Section 3 of said Act be, and tbe
same is hereby amended to read as follows :
Sec. 3. The assessors of taxes in the several
districts shall carefully record npon their several as
sessment registers', in separate columns, to be pro
vided for that purpose, according to the form imme
diately following this section, the names of all persons
possessing the requisite qualifications for voters as
provided by Section 2 of this Act; and if there shall
be any persons in their respective districts who shall
be possessed of the requisite qualifications to justify
their voting, as provided by the sixty-second Article
of the Constitution as amended, and yet may be dis
qualified by any Constitutional reason, they shall
note the same carefully against such name on their
said lists in tho columns set apart for remarks.
QUALIFICATION OF VOTERS.
I , I An. Read and Write
Name j Ag I.T.;':'?",- (f torn ainco .tetnarks
Sec. 2. This Act shall take effect and become a
law on the first day of June, A- P. 1875, and Sec
tions 1 and 2 of Chapter 8C of the Penal Code shall
be, and tha same are hereby repealed.
Approved thi? 7th day of Aueust, A. P. 1874.
To provide for the Codification and Revision of the
Laws of the Kingdom.
Whereas tha existing laws of the Kingdom are de
fective in many essential particulars, and from con
tinual amendments having been made therein are
inconvenient of reference, and from various de
cisions having been made by the Supreme Court
adopting in whole or in part the principles cf tho
laws of other countries, the law has become doubtful:
And whereas, for the foregoing and other reasons it
is expedient that the laws should be codified and
Ce it enacted by the King, &c.
Sec. 1. That it shall be lawful for and His Majesty
the King is hereby empowered to appoint three Com
r.iissioners whom His Majesty may deem competent
for the purpose, to codify and revise the existing laws
of the Kingdom, including the laws passed during
this present session, adding notes and references to
important decisions of Court, and to report the same
to the next session of the Legislative Assembly.
Sfc. 2. The sum of three thousand five hundred
iollars ia hereby appropriated for the expense of pre
paring such Code, which sum the Minister of Finance
is hereby authorized to pay to such Commissioners in
?uch sums as may be deemed proper.
Src. 3. This act shall become a law from and after
t'e date of its approval.
Approved Vi?" 7th day of Ausust, A. P. 1874.
living time to Mortgagors to redeem in certain cases, i
l"e it enacted by the King, tec.
Sr.c. 1. Tbat after breach of the condition, if the
mortgagre or any one claiming under him is desirous
f obtaining possession of the premises for the pur
poses of foreclosure, he may proceed in cither of the
following way, viz.:
First. He may enter into possession and hold the
same by consent in writing of the mortgagor or the
person holding under him.
Second. Ho may enter peaceably and openly if
not oppose! in tbe presence of two witnesses and take
possession of the premises, in which case a certificate
. i the fact and time of such entry shall be made and
tigned and sworn to by such witnesses before any
Judge cf a court, and such written consent and such
certificate ehall be recorded in the registry of con
veyances, and no such entry shall be effectual unless
sweh certificate or consent in writing shall be recorded
Tithin thirty dijs next after such entry is made.
Srr. 2. The mortgagee in possession is authorized
Ij make such expenditure as is necessary to carry on
the estate or to keep the same in good condition, giv
ing credit for the income, and the balance shall be
placed in the account for or against the estate as the
cae may be, if the mortgagor makes a tender for re
demption. Sec. 3. Such possession obtained in either of the
two modes above described being continued for the
term cf one year shall forever foreclose the right of
Approved this 7th day of August, A. D. 1874.
rglliOSF. TIIRF.K WELL KNOWN
.17- THE BANK EXCTTAXftE!
Fr r further rrti'Qlsr., spply f
r,F.". C. ftDFR.-, nf
JXO. T). K'JBlNiON.
MANILA CIGARS !
a NEW INVOICE OF THOSE Sl'PERIOR
Genuine Ci-?arf . jat retired and tnr eate tiy
CyO BOLLEd ir CO.
COTTON DUCK !
LAWRENCE MANUFACTORY. AN AS
'r'tn?nt of n".n;bcri, for nle vx hy
rr0 KOLLF3 A CO.
SPERM OIL, the Pure Article.
TARRANTEO FREE FROM FOOTS.
tr9 F"T Sale t.y KOLLEi? fi CO.
AMERICAN MESS BEEF
H.10R SALE IN BOX I) BY
M tuy9 B0LLE5 4- CO.
X HALF BARRELS.
Tor sale by
A m STOGEl OF HARDWARE.!
AND OTHER DESIRABLE GOODS,
OIV THE MOST UEAsbXABLK TERMS!
PIEASE fill Ml) IXSFEtT 01 R
A NEW ADVERTISEMENT ! J 2
A FEW OF THE MANY
ouoli Prioos tvJ3
PAY TO GIVE THEM A CilII !
PAINT OIL Hubbuck'i Beit Pale Boiled and Raw ;
WklTE LEAD AND ZINC Hubbuck's Best in Oil ;
PURE SPIRITS TURPENTINE, RED LEAD AND OCHRE,
CHROME GREEN. BURNT AND RAW UMBERS
PARIS GREEN, VERMILLION.
BURNT AND RAW SIENNA. PRUSSIAN BLUE.
Downer's Conulno and Dovoo's.
MATCI1ES, 8-Card. DAIRY SALT. CRUSHED Sl'tiAR. PARIS PLOW'S, with EXTRA HEAVY
' BEAMS. EXTRA POINTS. BEAMS AND HANDLES.
Cat Nails, Wrought Nails, Cut and Wrought Spikes !
AMOSKEAC, PEARL RIVER AND ENGLISH DEN I ft 8,
' ' summon faxcy pjiixts, ltxex juitlls.
Cambric and Hamburg Edgings and Insertion?. Heat and Imitation Valcncienr I.nors,
ju21 Fine Printed Iirilliants for Children's wear, Ac, Ac, Ac, Ac, Ac. qr
OfTer for Sale
WHALE BOATS AND BOAT STOCK
LIME AND CEMENT,
By Steamer from San Francisco.
Brand's Bomb Lances,
Perry Davig Painkiller,
Puuloa Salt Works.
Ex Bark Mattie Macleay, from Portland.
Oregon Bran, Timothy Hay,
r-T Falc by
jjll II. HACKFEI.D A; Cm.
OREGON EXTRA FLOUR, j
" Superfine do., i tth1. j
Dried Apples, j
" Salmon Bellies, n hU bMs. j
i-r ?ale by
H. HACKFF.LI) ti CO.
JEFFREY & CO.'S
IN PINT AM) R. I' A K T H .
VRV'ftlAN ALE IN tlt'ARTS N D
3?rmn Al, Kr-y brand, ir. rcisrta an l p':&'.
Holland Gin, "tire jug i". baak'-M,
Strong Rum, in barrels ; Alcohol in Tina
C!rt "f "lfTcrTt qualitl.
MRBFRAI EN Mll.ril.
kiii.nf: wit ink.
Ir. Pfcne J;!g.
rOR .'ALE BT
mhk'. If. IIACKFF.LU JL CO.
JN GREEN CASES, 12 BOTTLES EACH.
In Bed Caaes. 18 bouies each.
In Baskets, 12 Jags es?h.
1st Betas" or Duty Pals.
Tor Sale by CHAS. LOSO.
STOfK, AT' X'OMVt U MG ST.
THINGS TO 1 "FOOT
F. A. SGHAEFER & CO.
HAVE RECEIVED THEIR
EX HAW. BK. R. C. WYLIE, FROM BREMEN
WiIICII COMTRIcKS A
Well Ni'U-clf.l V ('fliul-i Aftsor.ia'r
FRENCH COOPS ! !
Print, Denims, Cottons, Drills, Victoria Uwnt,
Jcnr(a, Nslnaooks, Phtlnsn, Madapolama,
H1 -Ticking, Siiriat Orcy Domratice, QuttUrfis. Ac., e.
Bla;k C ibourga. Black Merino?,
Blue and White Checked Fanry fUnn-l,
Scotch Cachotn-rea, Caaalmerea, Hrrad"Mh,
Doeskin, Banting, Ktc, Tic.
CLOTHING AND HOSIERY.
!ltu and Mack Cir.th Pants, Hannel f hirt ,
M"rino and Cotton t"nflThirif, ; .
r-torkint; fti.d Pwk Flt l!at.
CUTLERY, HARDWARE, &c.
NeMei, Kniv, HciMora, Fih flofik, ' '
d Tir', Iron Piping, Calf Pkina, Oil CWh,
F ! Paddle Cloth, TraTcllng Trunks,
riaylfitr Card, nian, Bap, lilnrlnir, OUt-, He. :
Xvuf-ly Cni'hM rtupar, fyjaf Pafrv, c .
i'h Paovae, Currant, r.Hi'ir,, fh"!IM Almr.nda,
Vin-par, Mut-UrO, Fr nh IV, Ifr-an. Oiive,
Morten' Knglirtt Prea.'rve.
llTrint-.s, Harriett, OhI M'nl, Cniiary ed, Juc.
WINES, BEERS & SPIRITS.
Varr.My Nrr;da Ale, Key I'.rand,
llork Win", Itofdeiox, f'Urrt, T"kay,
lluiirarim Win. A k-ih'-l. Uip, C"f m, r.u
ALSO TOIiAltO, IH.ARS AM! ClfiAItlTOS !
Printing and Wrapping Paper J
F r. PhHrv-ome, prrfumTy, IjirendT Water. Esu de
Ci U jiie, bh rc.aUr' Tslf.,
And a Variety of Other Articles
For Salo at Liberal Rates.
2m F. A. SCIIAK.Fr.R A. CO.
Blocks and Oars!
A FI LL ASSORTMENT.
1m. f'r by
rtOLI.FP A CO
CANNED GOODS, ;
fR'tM ( T'TTIXfi U CO.'S crXEURATF.D FACTOUV,
C1ASF.S MOCK TCRTLK KOI'P. CASE
J ROAST r.-rf, C.iff Ilril.r f. Cava Roast Motion,
(" lloilcd Multfin. Car lion'l Vrt, livi Tnrkey, Cs
Chickr.n. Ca-e Soup, e, ..
vrP., y HOI.I.Ff k CO.
OREGON PILOT BREAD !
CASES SMALL CAKES.
Formic by lioI.LFJ" A C.
CALIFORNIA 0 AT-HAY !
RECEIVFD PER O. C. MI RRAV, AND
a Superior Quality. F"t Salt by
ja 50LLIS CO.