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Vol. m, No. 173. i
Honolulu, Thursday, Jxily 26, 1894.
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lulu, H. I.
Correspondence and Communications lor
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Hawaii Holomna. No notice -will be paid
to any anonymous communications.
YOLNEY V. ASHFORD,
Attorney and Counselor at Law,
Office, Site of the Old Bethel
West Corner of King and Bethel
Streots. ' j'2
A. P. PETERSON, .
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Office: 113 Kaahumanu Street, Honolulu
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Offlco: 113 Kaahumanu Street, Honolulu
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
314 Merchant Street, Honolulu,
Mutual Telephone 415.
CLARENCE W. ASHFORD,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT
Offlco. Old Capitol Building, (Honolulu
Hale), adjoining Post Office,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
No. 15 Kaahumanu St. , Honolulu,
H. F. BERTELMANN,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER,'
86 King St., Bell Telephone 107.
F. H. RED WARD,
CONTRACTOR and BUHNER,
No. 506 King Street, Honolulu
.A. S. MEDEIROS & CO.,
Amoncari, English and Scotch
Tweeds on hand., First-class
Hotel St., nnder Arlington Hotel, Honolulu
jy 17-lmon. t'
HAS RE-OPENED HIS
Boot & Skbe
Opposite the Club Stable pn
ForttStreot, and will bglad to
.see his old friends.
CITY CARRIAGE CO.
Corner KING andBETHEL St.
. ' AT ALL HOURS. .
' jBoth Ttlepbboes No. llSr..
WILLIAM FOSTER, -
ATORNEY-AT-LAW & NOTARY PUBLIC,
Honolulu, H. I.,
13 Kaahumanu Street. jy24
MACFARLANE & CO.
Dealers in Wines and Spirits
Kaahumanu Street, Honolulu.
PRACTICAL PLUMBER, GAS.FITTER
House and Ship "Job Work-
No. 71 King Street, Honolulu.
Ir. ATCHER I .EY,
IT. R. C. S. (Eng.) L. R. C. P. (Lond.)
HAS BEMOYED TO OFFICE FORMERLY
occupied by Dr. Foote, Cokser ok
PlJSCHEOWX ASD BeHCTAMAStEEIS.
ilut. 234, Bell Sll. ju20 1m
H. E. McINTYRE & BRO.,
Grocery, Feed Store & Bakery,
King and Fort Sts., Honolulu
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
Real Estate and General
Coraer;Fprt and Queen Streets, Honolulu
Personal attention given to Sales
of Furniture, Real Estate,
Stock and General
Mutual Tdeohone 23S
Collector und General Business
Patentee of Xose's Chemical
Compound for Clarifying
Sub-Agent for several of the
"" " " Jest
FIRE INSURANCE COS.
Mutual Telephone i. P. 0. Box 333.
Merchant street, Honolulu.
BAY HORSE 53 SALOON 1
P. McINERNY, Froi-rhctor,
Fine Liquors, Wines and Beer.
Corner Bethel and Hotel Sts.
Honolulu Carriage Manufactory
VT. W. WRIGHT, PROrniETon,
(Successor to Q. West).
Carriage building and repairing.
All Orders from the Other Islands ln-the
Carriage Building, Trimming and Painting
Line wiU Meet with Prompt Attention.
Blacksmlthlns In All Its Various Branches
Done. P. 0. Box S2L Nos. 12$ and 130
Jort Street. J5I9IJ-
W. S. LUCE
Wxae axid Sririt
Campbell Firc-proof Block,
MERCHANT ST.. HONOLULU.
Another Invoice qC the. World
On draught and by tho.ksg.
Also, as a Spccudtyv
Small Fresh Oaufornia
Badness of a Fidndaiy-Xatare Transacted.
Prompt attention giren to the s&nageaent
of Estates, GnarsManips, Trusts,
etc., eic., etc
0jjice3, : Ca.-iwright Building,
Merchant Street. Honolulu.
H. MAY & Co.,
9S Fort Street.
Families, Plantations and Ships
supplied with choicest
European & American Groceries J
California Produce bT Every
Corner King aim Nuuanu Streets.
S. I. SHAW.
The Finest selection of LIQUORS and
BEER, sold anywhere in the town.
First-clas3 attendance. Call and judge
for yourself. no 113-tf.
LEWIS & CO.
Wholesale and Retail Gro
FRESR CALIFORNIA SALMON ON IOE
By Every San Francisco Steamer
Salt Salmon in Barbels -
i ii Fori St. i Honolulu. Ttl. 240,
P O. Box 297.
407 FORT STREET,
TO0r$ Riding pavilion;
Hotel and Bethel Sts
On account o departure ior
Waianao with Phonograph,
jy I9 J. A: VICTOR, Prop'r.
Jlationol M Woi1
Between Alafcea & Richard Sts
Closed for 2 Weeks
THE-UNDERSIGNED are prepared to
Iran Brass, Braaae, Zisc,
Tin ssd Lead CistiBg- Ako
GeseralSepair Shop for StaaaaEEgiaes,
IlkXilk, Cora ililfe,
Water Wbek, AYiad ilflk, ete.
3&doas fo-r tite deaakg e CoSfec,
C6ioc Oik, Beaas, Eiusie, Swd,
PSsMpgk Laaws fcotW Fftnws Pkxte,
Abe Maahinaa ior Sxtraedsg Storah frafii
Manioc Anow Boot,
" WHITE, RITMAN it OO.
: GHAS. G1RDLER.
Importer and Commission
SPECIALTIES: I "
J. & P. Coats' Machine Thread
Jonas Brocks Machine Thread ,
B&rbonrt Iiaea Thread
P. 0.Bor 35S. Mutual Telephone: 256
13 Kaahnmann Street. :-rf - v
Steamship :-: Go
Arrive Honolulu, r Leave Honolulu
from S. F 4 for S, F.
Aug. 11 . A; July 21.
Sept. 8..i.i&... Aag. 18.
- Oct. 6..:.:.... Sept. 15.
'Nov. 3..:.L...ct. 13
Dec. 1... Nov. 13.
.1.. Dec. 8.
FromJSan FrSn.' for Sydney.
. Arrive. Honolulu
Monowai . . : '. . Aug 2
Alameda Aug 30
Mariposa? . . . . ; Sep 27
Monowai Oct 25
From Sydney for San Francisco.
Alameda ' July 26
Mariposa Aug 23
Monowai Sept 20
Alameda Oct 18
General Ascent for
All Kinds of Needles for Sale and
Repairing Done. Damon's Block,
Bethel Street, Honolulu. P. O.
Box 4A0. 9 jy21
- . Tp MIB-OfiEAJt
POOL lui BILLLED
H. J.TJEN . Proprietor
307 Mrobnt Stmt, HoooIuIh.
CONSTITUTION and LAWS.-
Iranied hy the Missionaries.
LAWS of the H AWAII&N?
IiAW FOE THE PROTECTION OF THE SABBATH
It is a well established fact that a nation cannot enjoy
peace nor the people prosper, unless they are taught in
morals and religion. Wherefore the sabbath is of great
importance; because on that day tho people are extensively
'taught iu those branches. If any one interferes with an
other in his "observance of the day, or if any one disturbs
the peace and quiet of the day, he is criminal, ho does an
injury to the public, and to every indiv'duai who is seeking
the greatest good. Wherofore it is proper for the laws to
give protection to the sabbath, and to all those who oosorve
the day, lest any one should interfere with tho greatest good
of the land, by making the day a nullity. "Wherefore, Be
it enacted by the Xing and Nobles of tho Hawaiian Islands
in council assembled,
1. All unnecessary worldly business is by this law pro
hibited frm being done on that day: It is not proper to
cultivate the ground, engage in fishing, to seek for wealth
or do any thing of the kind unnecessarily. But works of
necessity which cannot bo done before nor put off till after
the Sabbath, together with works of mercy for the distress
ed may be done. All othor kinds of work are taboo. Who
ever violates this law shall be fined one dollar, and if ho
does it again he shall be fined two dollars, and thus it shall
be doubled for every repetitio of the offense even to tho
2. All worldly amusements and recreations, and all plays '
are at variance with the quiet of the sabbath if engaged in
on that day, they aro also at variance with the best inter
ests of the kingdom, and are therefore by this law made
taboo. Whoever violates this taboo, shall be fined one dol
lar. If he violate it a second time he shall be fined two
dollars, and thus the fine shall be doubled for ovory repe
tition of the offense even to the farthest extent. Whosoever
shall give his sanction by standing and looking on, he too
has violated the law.
3. All loud noise, and all wild running about of children,
and all conduct which creates confusion in worshipping as
semblies on the sabbathv are an interferenco'witluieHjright
if the person committing tho offense be below tho age of
fourteen years, then he shuR be examined in connection
with his parents, and the person who is in fault shall pay
" the fine.
4. This law shall go into execution on tho first day of
January, in the year of our Lord 1841, at all places in this
All the words of this law having been approved, wo have
hereunto sot our names on this thirteenth day of November,
in tho year of our Lord 1840, at LahainaMaui. :
(Signed) KAMEHAMEHA III. .
CHAPTER XII. '
A LAW PROHIBITING RIYILING, -SWEARING AND
If any. man is not respected and beloved it is a great mis
fortune to him, he cannot enjoy peace and happiness when
he is thought tojjbo a bad man; nor can a man be happy, or
well refrain from anger even to sin, when one speaks to him
in reviling language. Wherefore this law is passed for the
protection of people's good name.
1. If one shall revile another with an ovil intent, in order
to make him odious or angry, tho person doing this shall
suffer the shame of irons, at tho discretion of the judges,
but not exceeding one month. So. also shall the man be
punished who swears at another with" an evil intent.
2. H any one lie slanderously respecting another, with an
evil extent, or with anger, in order to involve an innocent per
son in difficulty, or in order to put a good man to shame, or to
bringupon a man tho anger of others, or the anger of govern
ment, the man that does thus shall bo punished according to
the aggravation of the offense. If ihe saying be perfectly false,
the fine shall be large, if nearly true there shall be no fine.
If it 138 a mere mistake without any anger; there shall be no
fine. II the person alasdering and the person slandered
are both persons, of distinction, the -fine shall .be large, but
shall never amount to more than one fourth of the criminal's
property. But if tke slanderer be a poor man, he may be
put to a hanl labor, but the time shallndi exceed four'
months, and it may be lees, according to the magnitude of
the offense in the estimation of the judges.
3. This law shall take effect o& the first day of January,
. in the year of our Lord 1S41, oa" all the places on these
Hawaiian Islands. -
All the words of this law bavingieen sanctioned, we have
iiereaak) set our names this fourteenth, day of November,
in the year of our Lord 1840, at Lahaina , Maui.
' (Signed) . KAXEHAyETTA,. UI,
J. S. AND&ABJS,; Mir.