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tilt: tVKNINo HUlXfillNi HONOLULU, II. I.. MONDAY, Slil'TliMHHIt Ifr, .gno.
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A, I 0. AIMmmmi ttiil A I' Jitdd, Jr,
ATKINSON At JUDD,
Counsellor" at Law.
0Vt ttimm '1 Jildil it Id g
CEO. A. DAVIS GEO. D. GEAH
DAVIS & QEAR
Mterneyt andjCouniellori it Lw , ,
Room tot, icii let, JuJJ tlullJIne
f. Fwt anJ .MeMunt St..llonolulu
CHARLES L PETERSON'
.ttornoy at Law and
J. M. KANEAKUA,
Attorney and Counsellor at
M: In the Occidental Hotel,
raw of King and Alakea Streets,
, 0. Ackt. Enoch Johnson.
Attorneys and Counselors
No. 10 West King Street
MOVED TO THE JUDD
LOCK. KOUT BTREET.
iufiwts, Physicians mi Dwtlsts.
OR. J. T. WAY60N,
Has removeJ to Ills ntw office and resi
dence, Heretanla St., nearly opposite Me
OFFICE HOURS S J,,
163 r'm TIX. Main wG
DR. W. E. TAYLOR,
Has removed to Beretanla street, opposite
Hawaiian Hotel, from comer of RlchaiU
nd Beretanla streets.
SoO-im Tel. 517. Houn: 9 to ;.
DR. C. A. PETERSON
Has re-opened his office at . . .
36 Emma Street
1 7- tiP.M.J
DR. E. C. WATERHOUSE
Office and Residence:
ear Alapai. : : : : :
: r : : : :
Orrici Houns; 8 to n a. m.
1 to 1 p. M..
7 to ( P. M.
SUKDAYS ?:JO 10 (i:SO A. M.
TELEPHONE y)i, WHITE.
Dr. W. J.
1 and Residence: Beretanla and
Mea Hours: to 10 a, m.; 2 to 1
g. a.; 7 to 8 p. m.
R. WALTER HOFFMANN.
ITANIA BTREET, (opposite the
aWnkoaa 110. F. 0. Box SOL
See koura, 8 to 10 a. m.; 1 to I
. m.; T to I p. an. Sundays. 8 to 11 a. m.
DR. i. N. SINCLAIR
UMt, between Emma and Fort.
to 10 a. m., 2 to 4 p. an.
; Sundays, 9 to 10 a, m.
DR. R. I. MOORE,
Mice: 222 Hotel Street.
OHM Hours: 9 to 12 and 1 to 4.
A, C. WALL, D. D. S.,
O. E. WALL, D. D. S.,
Mt Bulldlnf , Fort Street
to 4. Telephone 431.
78FFCT iturnunii zooo.
RINTING i Prepared to fill or.
RODUCED 7 ders until 4 p. m
ROHPTLY Saturdays. . . .
Ibe MERCANTILE PRINTING
Corner ol Fort Street
And other Rings, Watches, Brace
lets, Pins, and en extensive variety
E. GK BIAJRa
401H FORT STREET.
BOOM NO. 10, SPRKCKELS BLOCK
Plantation Work a Specialty,
CMmw ift4 JlHMtt Nfii.
iDONB IN GKAYON OH OIL
t'kttttt. I'ramtd In any lyl
t-ramea I'Kiurn lot mi.
New Mwldlnm let r'ramti ht
Kini? and Alapai streets.
N" HqmuIu stKkYirai,
T. KAT8UNUMA ft Co.
A. K. OIAWA. aUotiot,
GENERAL BUSINESS AOENCY.
T.atM.tr OStti Im .uit lorMkoli toll!.
Wong fBa.1 Kee
A PlDIICT Fit GUAiAhTIID
404 Fort St., near Kins St.
Honolulu, h. I.
Cltinlnf , Dytlng an K.ptltlnf pcclallr
Y. MAN BINGr
Hat Removed From Fort Street to
Nuuanu Street, opp. Goo Kim's,
Dresses Made To Order.
A FlM ASIOftTMSHT Of AMIICAN, EftaLUNARO
Scotch cloth oh Hakd
No. J19 Nuutnu ttmt, Honolulu, H.,!.
Good work toil f rrt-tUt fit fuf tntwd
Cloth CIUft4 nd Rplrt4
..Cobi.ii Aiaua and Kma Stilus.,
GROCERY AND FRESH FRUITS
always on hand. FRESH PINEAPHLES
for special order, and CALIFORNIA
FRUITS bv everv steamer and also ISL
AND BUTTER. Delivery Free. Tel. 363 '
The ... I
Astor House Restaurant
Corner King and Alakea streets I
FIRST CLASS FAMILY RESTAURANT
OUST Meals at all hours "ISao
Ah Chuck Proprietor
Beer and line Dealers.
iMrOBTEBH, ADD WnOLBSALS
Wine ana Lior Dealers.
AlMt. lor tao BoltUd R.lnl.r B..I el Saiulb
NO. 19 NUCAMU STRSKT
Fooui Block. Honolulu. Hawaiiar ItLASDt.
P. O. B01 hi. Maliul Tlao lot.
GrONSALVES & CO., Ltd
WHOLESALE GROCERS AN'
825 Queen atreet, Honolulu, H
Jonsolidated Soda Water Co., L'd
'orntr Allea k Fort 3U., Honolulu
You will find it at the corner
of Hotel and Bethel streets.
Headquarters for ALL 'the
Sports and Race Horse Men.
A No. 1 Liquors a spooialty.
B. Lemon and F. Woodman
will attend to the WANTS of
the Weary. .
Seattle Beer kept at a Tem
perature Unequalled in Town.
John Dewar, Kellock's AA,
Green River and Old Govern
ment Whiskies and the verv
best of everything else.
The World Register
Keeps the Cash while you are busy,
Try one 0
On Marble and Granite.
WORK. . .
Fences and Lawn
Haw'n Iron Fence and Monumental Ct
All Kino Htreet '
rGESSLERS:! will refund
; NAGIC i:; the money
ilHEADACHEIi If they fall
is WAFERS i to cure.
fflftWWMff!fi!l rrt 10 teat..
Opinion of the Attorney
General Removed Its
1 Indigo Hue,
ADVISED HIGH SHERIFF
UPON THE QUESTION
Labor and Traffic for Comfort of the
Community Permitted as Well
as Acts of Necessity
Tim Attorney General lait week fur
nished the IIIkIi Sheriff with an Inter
pictatltin uf the Sun Jay law which tie
prlua It of tin- Indigo blue hue nr.
upon It ly the latter ulliclal nnd hl
I head police offlceis. Yesterday being
tin- first Sunday slnie the rendering of
the Attorney General's opinion, rentier
of the 1 tu) lot In lire here put In pun
resslon of the document:
.Mr. A. M. llroHii, High Sheriff or tlio
Territory of Hawaii, Honolulu,
Dear Sir: I desire to suggest that
Section 322 of the 1'enal Iaws win en
acted In 1872 ami appears to lie tncon
alatent with Section 317 of the Pennl
Laws, which waa enacted In lfcSC. It
seems to me, therefore, that victualling
houses, restaurants nnd coffee shops
should he allowed to keep open un Sun
iluya after 7 o'clock In the evening,
as well ns before for the service of
The circumstance that on Sund.iv
September Utli, the United Stntes trni.S'
port Logan arrived In Honolulu with
about seventeen hundred men, and a
rigid Interpretation and enforcemclt
of the Sunday law, brlnga up sharplyl
the question of whnt Is n fair construe-
tlon of the law.
The Section (317 1'enal Laws) is ni
"All labor on Sunday la forbidden.
exroptlnB works ot necessity or mercy,
fn which arc Included nil labor that '
needful tor the good order, health,
comfort and safety of the community,
or for the protection of property from
unseen danger, or danger nf destruc
tion, or which may bo required for the
prosecution of or attendance upon re
ligious worship, or for the furnishing
of opportunities of reading or study.
Provided, however, that on Sunday
fresh ment and fresh fish may be sold
and delivered; that until 9 o'clock 111
the morning and until after 3 o'clock
In the afternoon milk may be deliver
ed and cattle sheep and swine may be
slaughtered; that during tlio entire day
meals may be sold to be eaten on the
premises where sold or served els
where by caterers; drugs, medlclnca
and surgical appliances may be sold.
personal baggage may be conveyed to
and from vessels leaving nnd arriving
at port on that day ,that Bteamers nnd
public carriages, horse cars and licenc
ed shore boats may convey passengers
for hire and that all labor which may
be lawfully performed on Sunday slmll
be conducted, as far as possible, so ns
not to Interfere with the right of tlio
community nnd of each Individual to
quiet and repose."
In the United Stntes Sunday laws ex
cept from their operations works of ne
cessity nnd mercy, nnd wherever they
have failed to do so have been de
clared unconstitutional. Although the
decisions are very conflicting as to
whnt are works of necessity, the gen
eral trend of nuthorlty Is toward n llh
ernl construction. Ruuntng tram can
and railway trains, sending dlspatchi'8
by telegraph, repairing railways to pre
vent short delays, shoeing stage horses
to prevent delays to the United States
mall, nnd riming an Ice factory that
customers might have their dally sup
ply of Ice, nrc exnmples of what have
been held to be works ot necessity.
Our statute Is peculiar In that it ex
cepts not only work of necessity nr.d
mercy, but nlso "nil labor that Is nesd
ful for the comfort
of the community."
In n tropical seaport town, where
large numbers of people nro transient,
seamen nnd sailors, going on shore
temporarily from long voyages, I think
that an opportunity to purchase harm
less refreshments such ns Ice-cold soda
and mineral waters, Is "needful for
their comfort." Under new nnd chang
ing conditions, I think such an oppor
tunity Is needful to n large part of our
own people, nnd even those who hava
nlry homes and Ice chests cannot carcy
their Ice chestB with them when they
toko their Sunday drives,
Although there mny not be nn equal
necessity for the sale of cigars on
Sunday, as smokers can more easily
provldo them beforehand, so large a
portion ot the community smoke, nnd
the comfort of being able to purchase
cigars when wanted Is so great that I
am Inclined to think the sale might
be permitted consistently with a rn
snnnble construction of the statute.
The statute Is certainly more llber.il
than the old Sunday Inws of New Eng
land nnd evidently contemplates the
comfort of the mnsees during their day
of rest. It seems to me that It admits
of a golden mean between the PurlUn
Sabbath ot a century ago and such con
ditions as might Interfere with relig
ious worship nnd the rights nf Individ
us to quiet nnd repose.
Very respectfully yours,
E. P. DOLE, Attorney General.
I 111 IK llliLCl A1ES
1 Permanent Officers Lcpislfitive Can
didales Not to re Named Until
After the Tenltorial Con
vention. Walliiku, Kl't. 14. The forty-on
deb antes In the lll.tllrt committee of
Hip Third rtccliiral dlttrlct met In
new Republican hall In the Kepolkul
block tin Market Mreet, Walluku, Isnt
Monday morning, Hept. Kith 'nun 11
n, m, to 1:30 p. in, Clialrmsu II. I',
llsldwln of the Territorial committee
railed the muling to order Benator
A. N. Kepolkal was choten chairman
of the meeting, while W. C. Lindsay
acted as secretnry. The forty.cine cre
dentials and five proxies were found In
due form by Messrs. W. O, Aiken, 1).
Knliaulello nnd Clin. Copp, committee
nn credentials. The following were
appointed n committee on rules nnd by
laws by the cbnlr ror permnnpnt or
sanitation: II. P. Ilaldwln, T M
Church nnd J. K, losepa. Theronunlt-
tee then nbsenled thems.lves in order
to draft the rules, nnd on returning
presented their report to the merlin.
which was adopted, During the ntter
noon session, on motion of J, K. linn-
una, the rules and by-laws adopted dur
ing the morning session were ordered
printed for distribution among the va
rlous precincts of the Third electoral
The permanent officers for dlstrl't
committee were as follows: President,
H. P. Ilaldwln; vice president, Judxe
D. Knliaulello; secretary. A. X. Kepol
kal; treasurer, W. J. Lowrle; auditor,
W. O. Aiken. The committee then
proceeded to the election of delegates
to the Senatorial convention to be
held In Honolulu. The rhnlrmnn made
the following npportlonment by dis
tricts: liana, three delegates; Mal:u-
wao, six delegates; Walluku, three
delegates; Lahalnn, three delegate;
Molokal, three delegates. Judge D. II.
Knliaulello, however, was In favor of
the delegntes being selected by pre
cincts, but on motion ot Geo, lions It
wns voted that the selection of delo
gales be voted by districts. The fol
lowing were elected delegntes by bal
lot to the Territorial convention:
Molokal D. H. Kahaulello, J,
Mnhoe, J. K. Knhlnu.
Lahalnn Matt McCnnn, Judge
Kahaulello, R. C. Searle.
Wnlluku A. N. Kepolkal, W.
I.owrle, Geo. lions.
Mnkawno H. P. Baldwin, W.
Allten, P. N. Knhokuolunn. C. H. Dick
ey, A. F. Tavnres, Jno. Knltinn.
Hana J. K. Hanuna, SI. H. Renter,
E. SI. Hanuna.
The nominations for delegate to
Congress were Senator H. P. Baldwin,
Samuel Parker and Senator A. X. Ke
polkal. Sir. Baldwin declined tlio
nomination In favor of Sir. Parker and
Senator Kepolkal nlso withdrew In fi-
vor of Sir. Parker. The convention
then Instructed the delegates to the
Territorial convention to cast their
ballot for Samuel Parker as Delegate
to Congress. J. II. S. Knleo wnned
the meeting to go ahead and nominate
candidates for Representatives and
Senators to the next Territorial Legta
Inture, but Senators Baldwin and Ks
polknl prevailed upon the meeting to
postpone said nomination until the re-
turn of the delegates from the Terri
torial convention In Honolulu.
President Baldwin appointed the fol
lowing finance committee: Walluku,
Geo. lions; liana, J. K. losepa; Mnka
wno, Chas. Copp. At 4:30 p. m. the
meeting adjourned 'to meet again nn
Wednesday, Sept. 2Cth, nt'9 a. m. In the
Republican Club headquarters In Wnl
MURDER NOT FOUND
Hllo, Sept. 14, Alter n prolonged
and searching Investigation lasting foi
Beverol days before the coroner a jury,
the two men from the schooner Okj
nngan who were arrested on suspicion
that they were connected Willi the
murder of the Chinese hackdrlver,
Chan Jo, have been dismissed, the evi
dence not being found sufficient to hold
them on the Grand Jury.
On Tuetdny a man by the name of
Doyle was gathered In by the "minions
of tho law," partly upon general prin
ciples, as the man Is regarded as 3
vagabond nnd 11 wanderer upon the
face of Hawaii, and Is possessed of n
record which makes him the object of
official solicitude,; and partly because
his movements upon the night when
the murder took place seem to bear n
suspicious tinge. It is not stated, how
ever, that there wob any direct evi
dence against him. Tribune.
WlUon On Buying Tour.
Hllo, Sept. 13. J, R. Wilson nid
wife leave by the Klnau tomorrow rn
route to the CoaBt. Sir. Wilton goes on
business connected with the Volcano
Stables Co. and at the faint time he
will visit Nevada where lie contem
plates establishing a large stuck ranch.
While In San Francisco he will pur
chase horses and carriages for the Sta
ble Co. Herald.
The ever popular Rainier beer Is be
coming a household word and "will
you have a glass of Seattle," Is mors
often heard than anything else. The
Criterion Saloon has the beer on tap or
An $8.09 DlGTH)NAftYff St.Of
th fit Wtrner Mlllofl f
Mtolr ib4 BMtnlBeaatl UlwlitM. Wsaftt
I011 the lrt IHrtiratrr rr Ml m IM laaitrt l
I low lW. ThL Mt Ilium ctHln flttnt
irtM rwtutu in as ainuoMr or traaa:
AlUuat, lalMi t Hrdnttiimt,'
Uoatrr if aitrtTMtioa. liliril UM,.l
j-iM looiurrc rvrn m nwRmrn .nniiw
uiiruiif iriniri vniura on nn. ppi-r wmk
tiliMbl mMIUoos t4 M to Mud.nti
nrn. ir ym omn mil Mfti.Mat
11 sttclal filer trie, f I.W, o I w win moo
run thli rnl dlctlooirr. tbun-t la cloth r !
1. 11.0 .ivl will tnvl Iho umo tk tnH Is
all taa MMf. wma a mhuii omr aeaica.
I ha hoDitMCint kw.1oM lilrUoMrriTer wb
..hrl. tt iTirjr d.r um In tlio offlro. hom
iiand nororr inuaicunnorruBuniuuiriin
mtUI lllu.lr.IM r.uUwue. oiiollnr lb lovrti
iilcu on buukt, nitt. Wo can MTt jou uomi
tildreM all oidtn to
THE WERNER COMPANY,
U.k.r. Muilutuvi. AkTM. Ofell
Re&l Estate ud liswuw.
LIKE and FIRE
AGENTS FOR ..
New England Mutual Life In
surance Co. gf Boston.
Ctna Fire Insurance Compart
HENRY ST. GOAR.
Members Stock and lonj Exetange.
AND DEALERS IN
PirttcuLf ontottoo giroa to purcboo. Ml Mlo ol
H.wtllto Sue.. Stock.
Lots. Nttotuul. Bottor .ol Poiolt Sloobi
403 California St.,
San Franclaco, Cal.
Stock and Bond Broker
M.atxr ol Honlloa Stock Escbtaco.
Melnemy Blook, Fort Street.
BOYD, SCOTT & CO.,
Custom House r Internal
: Revenue Brokers
315 FORT ST., opposite Irwin & Co.
A. J. CAMPBELL,
Stock and Bond Brokei
Mwom ol tbo HooolBln Slock Eicbtat.
Otfloe Queen street, opposite Union
rnoitou; io p,o. Bo id
FRED J. CROSS,
Consulting and Superintending
Flectro-dydraullc Power Transmission
REPORTS AND ESTIMATES
FURNISHED. . . .
With Catton-Nell Co., Queen street.
Office next to Pot.ocHoe. 1231
JAMES T. TAYLOB,
S06 Judd Block. Tela. 681.
Honolulu Iron Works C
Improved and modern SUOAR HA
CHINERY of every capacity and de
scription made to order. Boiler work
and RIVETED PIPES for Irrigation
purposes a specialty. Particular atten
tion paid to JOB WORK, and repaln
executed nt shortest notice.
No. 1. Business property on Smith
street, between Pauabl and Beretanla
No. 2. Residence property on Punch
bowl street, near Vineyard street, suit
able tor cottagei.
. Xo. 3, Fine suburban property front
ing on SIcCully street and running
from Beretanla to King streets.
Will sell on easy terms, viz.: part In
cash, or approved stocks or bonds, bal
ance on mortgage.
For Sale or
Valuable business property, corner ot
King and Smith streets.
A few office suites In Model Block.
For particulars apply to
Cartwrlght Building, Merchant Street.
Ann Aineir nli Tun Ntn
Natiohai. Namr or Han riURettxn.
Ham riunn( Tba Natada Matloat
Hank nt Han ITaiirlorrt,
lxmnoK Hit Union Hank of London
Nw Tout Amorlean KaebanM Ha
Cmioaoo MorcUnU NaUonal Hank,
Faim Oradlt Lyonaala.
BaauR Draadnar Hank,
HoxioNa and Yoiobama Honking
Btanglial Hanklui Ooraoratlon.
HkW XkALAIID add AMsrmAUA Huk
ot Maw KMland.
Vioraau and VAUoeoraat Baak a
British Korth AMtrioa.
Trtwi 1 ini mttc mMmiiiiMt
DaaataU JUealTad. Leaat aia4 ea Aa
rerWaocirltr. OoaaortUl aa TraTtlarl
Ull Of sUtkC BWll
Ootfetwi raoairTtT Aoobid foa;
THE BANK OF HAWAII, Lki
I licoaaoaArsD Udbb ts Lawi 1
op tmb Hawaiiar RBruaucf
OFFICERS AND DIRECXORSi
CAa. M, Ooou, Prealdant.
T. 0. Jojm, Vice-President
0. H. Oooaui, Oaahlar,
F. O. ATHaarroN, AaataUnt Oaahlar.
F. W. Macfhrlana,
E. D. Tannay,
Bollclta the Account of Firms, Cor
porations, Trnata, Individuals, and will
carefully and promptly attend to all
business connected with banking, an
trusted to It. 811 and purehaae Foreign
Exchange, Issue Letters of Credit.
Ordinary and Term Depoalta reoalrsd,
and Interest allowed in accordance wtlfa
rules and conditions printed In Pass
books, copies of which may be had npn
Savings Deposits will bt
received and Interest allowed by thla
Bank at fonr and one-half per cent,
Printed copies of the Rules and Reg
ulations may be obtained on application.
Office at bank building on Merchant
BISHOP ct 00.
BISHOP 3C OO.
Transact a General .Banking
and Exchange Business.
Commercial and Traveler's
Litters of Credit issued, avail
able in all the principal citie
of the world.
Interest allowed after July
1, 1898, on fixed deposits 7
day notice 2 per cent., (this
form will not boar interest
unless it remains undis
turbed for 0110 mouth), 8
months 8 per cent., 6 months
8$ per cent., 12 inonthB 4
Pioneer Building and
ASSETS, DEO. 81. 18, 1111,177.11,
Money loaned on approved lecurltyk
A Savings Bank for monthly depoalta,
Houses built on the monthly Install
Twentieth Serl of Stock la no
OFFICERS T. F. Lansing, Preal.
dent; S. B. Rose, Vice President; C. B,
Gray, Treasurer; A. V. Gear, Secretarr,
DIRECTORS T. F. Lansing, 8. .
Rose, A. V. Gear, A. W. Keech, Henri
Smith, J. L. McLean, J, D. Holt, 0. a.
Gray, W. L. Howard.
A. V. GEAR,
unamoer oi commerce rooaoa.
Office Houra; 12:301:80 p. m.
Tfje oohamB Specie Bui;
Subscribed Capital ..,, Ten 21,000,00t
Paid Up Capital Yen 18,000,00
Reserved Fund Yen 8,000,001
The Bank buya and receives tor aat.
lecUon Bills ot Exchange, Issues Draft!
and Letter ot Credit, and triniaaH
a general banking business.
On Flwl Dipoilt for to Boots . . .or oost b. b.
Oa Flul D.po.lt loi t Boolot, i
Oo Fliol D.po.ll lor 1 Boa, i
BrtfcoHMiOaci, it YokobMi, oa CirtoslBt
noil. o-.o ft 4r .
On f-liol Doooill lor i. bodum, ,K p" oost t.a
sew Republic Bolldlor. llfim SLHoioliii
E. . KAAI,
Teacher of itar, Mandolin, Zltbar
Ukulele and Taro Patch,
Orders to be left care of Wall, Nichols
Oo, ' V'rtrom Mualo Oo.'a ISM