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Vol. ZEE, 3STo. 174.
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YOLNEY v. ASHFORD,
Attorney anil Counselor at Law,
Ollico, Sito of tho Old Bethel
Wost Corner of King and Bethel
A. P. PETERSON,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Office: 113 Kaahumanu Street, Honolulu
' CHARLES CREIGHTON, .
ATTORNEY AT TAW.
Offlco: 113 Kaahunianu Street, Honolulu
PAUL NEUMANN, '
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
311 Merchant Street, Honolulu,
Mutual Tolophono 415.
CLARENCE W. ASHFORD,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR -AT
Office Old Capitol Building. (Honolulu
Hale), adjoining Post Office,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
No. 15 Kaahumanu St. , Honolulu,
H. F. BERTELMANN,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER,'
8G King St. , Bell Telephone 107.
F. .H. REDWARD,
CONTRACTOR and BUHNER,
No. 506 King Street, Honolulu,
A. S. MEDEIROS & CO.,
TVXe reliant Tailors.
American, English, and Scotch
Tweeds on hand. First-class
work guaranteed. -Hotel
St., under Arlington Hotel, Honolulu
If AS HE-tOPENKD his
Boot & Shoe
Opposite the Clab Stable on
Fort Street, and will be glad to
.0 his old friends.
CITY CARRIAGE CO;
Corner KING and BETHEL, St..
AT ALL HOURS.
Both Telephones No. 118.
-J.S. ANDRADB, Manager.
ATORNEY-AT-LAW & NOTARY PUBLIC,
Honolulu, H. I.,
13 Kaahuinanu Street. jy24
. MACFARLANE & CO.
Dealers in Wines and Spirits
K&ahnmanu Street, Honolulu.
PRACTICAL PLUMBER, GAS.FTTTER
S" House and Ship Job "Work
No. 71 King Street, Honolulu.
ST. R. C. S. (Eng.)L. JtjP. (LondT)
HAS REilOYED TO OFFICE FORMERLY
occupied by Dr. Foote, Corner ok
Punchbowl and Beretania Streets.
Mut. 234, Bell Sll. ju29 1m
H. E. McTNTYRE & BRO.,
Grocery, Feed Store & Bakery,
King and Fort Sts., Honolulu
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
Real Estate and General
Coraer.Fort and Queen Streets, Honolulu
Personal attention given to Sales
of Furniture, Real Estate,
.Stock and General
Mutual TcleDhone 23S'
Collector and General Business
Patentee of Lose's Chemical
Compound for Clarifying
Sab-Agent for several of the
FIVE INSURANCE COS.
Mutual Telephone b. P. 0. Box 33S.
Merchant street. Honolulu.
BAY HORSE 33 SALOON 1
P. McINERNT, Proprietor,
Fine Liquors, Wines and Beer.
Corner Bethel and Hotel Sts.
Honolulu Carriage Manufactory
W. W. WRIGHT, Piioprietpr,
(Successor to G. West).
CARRIAGE BUILDING and REPAIRING.
J AH Orders from tho Other Islands In the
Carriage Buildinsr, Trimmloc and Painting
Line will Meet "with Prompt Attention.
Blacksmlthinc in All Its Various Branches
Done. P. O. Box S21. Nos. I2S and ISO
Fort Street. Jyl9 Iy
"Wine and Sririt
Campbell Fire-proof Block,
MERCHANT ST. HONOLULU.
Another Invoice of the World
On draught and by the. keg.
'Also, as a, Specialty,
''Small Fresh California
Business of a Fiduciary Nature Transacted.
Prompt attention given t3 the management
of Estates, Gnardhnships, Trusts,
etc., etc., etc.
Offices, : Go.'liuright Building,
Merchant Street. Honolulu
H. MAY & Co.,
98 Fort Street. - Honolulu
Families, Plantations and Ships
supplied with choicest
European & American Groceries
California Produce by Every
Corner King ana Nauanu Streets.
The Finest 'selection of LIQUORS and
BEER,-sold anywherejn the town.
First-class attendance. Call and judge
for yourself. no 113-tf.
LEWIS & CO.
Wholesale and Retail Gro
. PROVISION DEALERS.
FRESR CALIFORNIA SALMON ON ICE
By Every Ban Francisco Steamor
Salt Salmon in Barrels '
in For St. , Honolulu. Tel. 240,
P O. Box 297.
407 FORT STREET,
tfI(!T0I$ Riding pavilion;
Hotel and Bethel Sts
On account of departure for
Waianao with Phonograph,
jy 19 j. At Victor, Propv.
flational Lion Wof$
Between Alatea & Richard Sts
THE UNDERSIGNED are prepared to
ssake aR lands of
Iro n Braes, Bronze, Zinc.
" - Tia &ad Leed Castings. Abo '
6esril Repair Sfeop for Steaaa Engines,
Kke Milk, Cora Milk,
v Water Wieels,WiBdMnk, etc
MftcM&es for tite Cieaaisg of Cefiis
C-Asior Oik, Ba&as, Eaaiie, Sisal,
Pisaepf4 Lmtbs & o&erFibrass Pkats,
AsA Paper Steak?
Ako MacMses for ExtractiBg S4ak frea
ta Maaioc, Arrev Beet, etc.
7" All 0?s praaptfy aM4a to. -
WHITE, RITHAN CO.
Importer and Commission
J . Merchant
J. 4 P. Coats' Machine Thread
Jonas Brooks Machine Thread
Barbour's Linen Thread
P. O. Box 353. Mutual Telephone 356
id-jvaanwaaxin street. ji-v..
Steamship :-: Co
t . -
s. s. LtjstjrXli.
Arrive Honolulu Leave Honolulu
from S. F,' 4. for S F.
Aug. 11 ..Juiy 21.
Sept. 8 'Aug. 18.
Oct. G Sept. 15.
Nov. 3 Oct. 13.
Dec. 1 Nov. 13.
Through iiine,. .
. From San Fran, for Sydney.
Monowai ... Aug 2
"Alameda ?1?..."-rrrrAug 30-
Mariposa Sep 27
Monowai .- t. . Oct 25
.From Sydney for" San Francisco.
Alameda July 26
Mariposa Aug 23
Monowai Sept 20
Alameda Oct 18
General Acent for
All Kinds of Needles for Sale and
Repairing Done. Damon's Block,
Bethel Street, Honolulu. P. O.
Box 440. jy21
POOL and BILLIAED
H; JDEX Proprietor
IIeti Street anrNntu.
u a;,g. correa,,
attorney AT LAWj,
307. Merchant Stmt, Hoofilulo
CONSTITUTION and LAWS
Gained by tlie Missionaries.
RESPECTING THE NEW MEETIJfG OF THE NOBLES
On the first d0:of -pril, in the yir one thousand eight
hundred and forty-3ne, the Nobles m&at Zuaehu, in Lahaina
according to ihe'Yifuirement of the Constitution, and (tfer
icard three persons came forimHiipffiqtedbyJhe -people, and
joined the council of the Nobles. ' . v
At iliis council several alterations icerc made in the ezisling
Thexfianges in the'ddlawa area0olfotvs:
I. LAW OF TAXATION.
In relation to all laws on taxation it is enacted, that
whenever fbe Governor shall -perceive that any man suffers
on account of the unjust bearing of a. particular law it shall
then be the duty ot the Governor to free tho man in accord
ance with striot justice, and not enforce that particular
phrase of the law. ' j
2. OF MEN WHO VIOLATE THE LAW.
When a man is condemned to work for the government
according to law, tho land amts may claim tho labor of
the men belonging to their lanas on thoir working days.
But the best way is for the man who has the chargo of the
public labor to keop account of the labor days which tho
land agent has a right to claim, and then let the criminal
first work the govornment.portion of the. time, and after
wards that of the land agent. ' .
3. THE TIME OF PAYING TAXES. "-
The following words shall be inserted in Chapter III.
Sec. 1. page 25; "From the first of October to the end' of
4. OF TRANSIENT LABORER.
Transient persons who have regular daily employment
shall not go to the Tuesday labor of the King but all tran
sient persons who have not regular daily labor, must go.
5. OF SHOAL FISn.
From the eighth section of the third chapter of this law,
which is found on thirty-eighth page, cortain words shall
be erased, as follows; ("If in sufficient quantities to fill two
or more canoes, but not so small a quantify as to fill one
The transient shoal fish spoken of in this law aro
1 The Akule, -
2 The Anneholo,
r ,: 5 The
Jl 6 The
These kinds of fish shall be divided equally, .whenever .
they arrive at these islands, or whenever they drift along.
6. OF DUTIES LAID BY LAND AGENTS ON THE FISH OF THE PEOPLE.
On the 27th page. Chapter third, Section eight, read thus;
"The people of other lands shall give" to the landlord one
third of the fish thus taken on said land.
7. OF PUBLIC LABOR ON P.AEST DAYS.
If it rains mach on the King's labor, day, so as to darken
the heavens, then it shall bo improper to labor, let the labor
cease as the amount of rain shall require, at tho King's
loss, or the land agent's as tho case may be. But if the
rain be trifling, such as not to interfere with labor, then it
shall continue, and only those who aro weak and benumbed
. shall return. But if tho people prefer to leave the work
entirely, and work on one of their own days, that too shall
8. OF LABGE FAMILIES.
If any tenant of a land have a number of children, s6
that he is freed from taxation, then his landlord shall not
be called on to pay on his account. The taxes shall' be
diminished according to the number of working meril
9. OE THE PUNISHMENT OP FISHERMEN.
- In the third Chapter, eight section, page 37th, the fol
lowing words are erased; V'F&r two years he shall not fish ot
all oh any fishing ground." The following words shall also
be inserted in their place; "If he take one fish criminally
he shall pay five, and always at thai rate. And if & canoe
full be taken five canoes full shall be paid, according to the
amount taken, evea to the farthest extent."
BLUE " LAWS
3 The Alalauwa,
4ThoUhnkai. - "
Kaweloa, . .
Kalaku. " - .