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Vol. HI, No. 76.
Honolal-u, Monday July BO,
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At King St. (Thomas block),
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- VOLNEY V. ASHFOED,
Attornoy and Counselor at Law,
Office, Site of the OKI Bethel
West Corner of King and B.ethel
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A. P. PETERSON,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Office: 113 Kaabumanu Street, Honolulu
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Offico: 113 Kaahumanu Street, Honoluln
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
314 Merchant Street, Honolulu,
Mutual Telephone 415.
CLARENCE W. ASHFORD,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT
-Offlcoi Old Capitol Building, (Honolulu
Hale), adjoining Post Offico,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
No. 15 Kaahumanu St. , Honolulu,
H. F. BERTELMANN,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER,
8G King St., Bell Telephone 107.
F H. REPTCARD,
CONTRACTOR asd BUHNER,
No. 506 King Street, Honolulu
ATORNEY-AT-LAYT & NOTARY PUBLIC,
Honolulu, H. I.,
13 Kaahumanu Street. jy24
A, G. COR RE A,
; JSC ATTORNEY AT LAW, jEf
307 Merchant Street Honolulu.'
Agent to Take Acknowledgments.
Will Atteud to Management and
Bale of Property-rJolleotion in
All Its. Branches. Offico No. 42
Merchant Street; Mutual Tele
phono 3S0. jy23
A. St MEOELR.OS CO.,
American, English aed Seotea
Twoeds on hud. First -citaa
Ifotel St., nnder Arlisgtcn HoW, Hosolala
CITY CARRIAGE CO.
Corner KING and BETHEL Si.
. - AT ALL HOURS.
jr. & AKDRAD1, Msmgur
MACFARLANE & CO.
Dealers in Wines and Spirits
Kaahumanu Street, Honolulu.
JL E. McINTYRE & BRO.,
Grocery, Peed Store t JBaeeey,
King, and Fort Sts., Honolulu
PRACTICAL PLUMBER, GAS-FITTER
K2T House and Ship Job "Wort
No. 71 King Street. Honolula.
Fort Street, above Hotel..
Mutual Telephone 6S2.ior office;
287 for residence. jy28
M. R. C. S. (Eng.) L. R. C. P. (Lond.)
HAS REMOVED TO OFFICE FORMERLY
occupied by Dr. Foote, Corses of
Puxchbowiam) Bereta"ia Streets.
Mut. 234, Bell Sil. jn29 lm
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
Real Estate and General1
CornerJJFort and Queon Streets, Honolulu
Personal attention given to Sales
of Furniture, Real Estate,.
Stock, and General
Mutual Toleohona 238
Collector and General Business
Patentee of Lose's Chemical
Compound for Clarifying
Sub-Agent for several of the
FIRE INSURANCE GAS.
Mutnal Telephone . P. 0. Box 33S.
Merchant street, Honolulu.
BAY HORSE 332 SALOON-1
P. McINERNY, PnopRiETOK,
Fine Liquors, Wines and Beer.
Corker Bethel axd Hotel Sts.
Honolulu Carriage Manufactory
Y, AY. AVRIGHT, Proprietor,
(Successor to Q, West). "
CARRIAGE BUILDING xsd REPAHUNG.
All Orders from the Other Islands In the
Carriage Building, Trimming and Painting
Line will Meet with Prompt Attention,
BlacksmUhlnu in All Its Various Branches
Done. P. O. Box S2l. Nos. 123 and ISO
Fort Street. jyI9 Iy
W. S. LUCE
"Wine and Smrit
Campbell Fire-proaf llocks
MERCHANT ST.. HONOLULU.
335 Both Tklephoxes 335
Hack Stand, Corner. King and
Maunakea Streets. Hacks a All
Another Iavoice of tlie World
Oh draught and by the keg.
AW), as Specialty, -
Small Fresh California
Business of a Fiduciaraptatare TransBcted.
Prompt attention given0 tha management
of Estates, Gnardianshipa, Trusts,
etc, et, etc.
Offices, : Ca.i.wrigkt Building ;
Merchant Street. Honolulu-
H. MAY & Co..
98 Fort Street, - Honoluln
Families, Plantations and Ships'
supplied with choicest
European & American Groceries
- California Produce by Every
Corner King ana Nuuanu Streets.
S. I. SHAW.... Proprietor.
The Finest selection of LIQUORS and
BEER, sold anywhere in the. town.
' First-class attendance. Call and judye
? t .
loryourseu. no n-n.
LEWIS & CO.
Wholesale and Retail Gro
FRESR CALIFORNIA SALMON ON ICE
By Every San Francisco Steamer
Salt Salmon in Barrels
iti Fort Si. Honolulu. Tel. 240,
P O. BOX 2Q7.
407 FORT STREET,
. McTuerny Block.
MT0I$ Riding paVilloq
notel and Bethel Sts
Will be Closed for 2 Weeks
On account ol departnre-for
Waianae with Phonograph, .
J. A: TICTOR, PropV.
(tail m Wo
Between Alaoa & Richard Sts
THE TJNDEI4SIGNED &k prapared to
it ':aakcftH laeis e
Iroa Brass, Bronx; Sae,
Tin aad Le&d Citstings Ako
Gaenl Repair Step tat Steam Esgises,
Wa5cWlek, Kis& iCSfe, etc.
Caafex Oik, Bue, Saals SisaL.
Aim Xzcteim for Ixtme&g Stank irsat j
Ike Haaiofi, Aanw So, eic
Steamship :-: Go
ft Tm 1
. S. AUSTRAT.TA,
Arrive Honolulu Leave Honolulu
! IromS.F,.., forS,F.
Aug. if July 21.
Sept. 8 Aug. 18.
is Oct G Sept. 15.
Nov. 3 Oct. 13.
I "Dec. 1...; Nov. 13.
I From San Fran, for Sydney.
!3Jonowai ." Aug-
iAlameda .: . ; . AngdUi
Mariposa ; . .,Sdpr-27;
sMonowai .... .. .. . . Oct 25
From Sydney for San Francisco.
Alameda July 26
I Mariposa Aug 23
Monowai . . .T. bept
Alameda Oct lb
PACIFIC SALOON, -
rnng andJinuann. Streets.,,
EDW. WOLTER.... Manager.
The Finest selection of LIQUOBSnd
BEER, sold anywhere in the town.
First-class attendence. Call and judge
for yourself. no SO-tf.
PQ'OIi aad BILLI4E3
H. . JUEN Proprietor
Hotel Street near Nuuanu,
Importer and Cominissioii
SPEOIALTrESt ' Z"
J.iP, Coats' Machine Thread -Jonas
Brooks Machine Thread . '
Barbour's Linen Thread
P. O. Box 35S. Mutual-Telephone 356
IS Xaahmnacu Street.
General Ajnt for
All Kinds of Needles ior Sale asd
Repftirig Done: Demoa's Bloci,-
HAWAII'S "BLUE" LAWS
CONSTITUTION and LAWS
Iranied by the 'Missionaries.
LAWS of-tlie . HtAAIIAN
17. OF THE TITHE OF THE PROPERTY OBTAINED ON THE LABOR 5
DATS OF THE AGENTS.
The following words shall be inserted at the end of the
18 section, on the 52nd page; "The tax officers shall take
. tho property to the King."
18. OF NEW BORN CHILDREN.
When a child is born, then the father or the mother
shall inform the tax officer, who shall record in a table tho
name of the child, the name of the parents, name of tho
land, the day, tho month and the year that tho child was
If neither tho father nor mother givo this notice, then
those parents are guilty of an impropriety, ho shall not bo
freed frni labor on the labor clay3, even if ho have a
number of children.
19. OF JUDGES WHO ARE Gnfi,Tr OF INJUSTICE.
If a judge be guilty of real misconduct, and wifclf a crim
inal design, and punishman.nnjustlj, or set a guilty man
at liberty, or "if ho do this on account of projndice, ho shall
then be brought to trial beffcro tho supremo judges, and
when' convicted, he shall cease to bo a judgo, nor shall he
receive any pay for that yoojji which ho committed tho
20. OF THOSE PERSONS WHO REFUSE TO COMPLY WITH THE
SENTENCE OF THE JUDGES.
Whatever persons are condom nod by the judges to pay a
fiue or to labor, if they .refuse obedience to the sentence of
the judge, then irons are tho consequence or a rope, let
him bo perfectly fast untiL he yieiaent to tho decision.
But if the criminal give notice of his Intention to appeal
to the Governor, or .to the supreme judges, it shall bo pro
per for him to do so. He shall not bo confined, let bim ap
peal. But if the Governor try him anew, or the supremo
judges, and fined the man really guilty, according to tho
previous sentence, then the punishmont shall bo increasod.
If the fiue wore ten dollars, then one dollar more shall bo
aclded. If tho punishment wore two months hard labor,
then the time shall be lengthened five days. And in that
proportion shall the punishment of all persons bo increased
who appeal without grounds. "
21. OF THE PROTECTION- OF THE FISHERIES.
The following words aro to bo inserted in tho eighth sec
tion of the third Chapter, on tho 38th page; "Tho general
tax officer may lay a protective taboo on tho King's fish,
and also on those of the land agent's, but tho land agents
and the King also, may eat of their own fish taboo'd by
themselves, even before tho taboo of the tax officer is re
pealed. 22. OF TAXING UNFURNISHED LANDS.
In the third Chapter, section 2nd, tho following words
shall be inserted; . ''It the tax officer preceivo that the land
is unfurnished, having but few men, then it shall be his
duty to diminish the taxation in a duo proportion. Ho
shall not look at tho size of tho land merely, nor at tho
number of men only but shall look at both together, and,
assess the tax justly, that tho burdens of all tho people may
be made alike.
23. OF DISPENSING WITH LABOR DAYS.
In tho 3rd Chapter, 3rd section, on the 30th page, tho
following words shall be inserted; "If the King choose to
dispense with tho labor of tho people at any particular place
on tho islands, and intead thereof to lay a regular tax on
the people, it is proper to do so, but the tax shall not ex
ceed four and a half dollars.-each man, according as is
mentioned in the law. And. if any man bo taxed according
to this permission, and ho do not pay it, ho shall then be
required to work the full number of days ho has missed,
and the same also with the land agents.
2L OF THE ENACTION OF NEW LAWS.
The Constitution declares that, "2fo new law shall bo'
enacted without tho consent of a majority of the House of
Cobles, and Bepresentatives. That is well, as the chiefs
believe, but hero is a little farther explanation.
"If His Majesty the King, the Premier and tho Noblv
resident near, perceive any particular evil; and on that ac
count think best Jo pass & new law, they mar do it, and
that law shall stand until the next meeting of the Legisla
ture, when it shall be at the option of the .Nobles and Rep
resentatives to confirm or annul it"
All tho words of these" twenty-four divisions baring been
approved by the Nobl&s and the Representatives, we here
by confirm the sarae. aml sabscrib oar names this thirty
first day of 3fay, in tUe ye&r of oar Lord one thousand eight
hasdred and forty-one, at IjahainarAtaui.
. (Signed) KAMEHAMEHk IlB
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WHITEf RITMAN Jft CO