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HONOLULU CAfiiilAGE GO.
Hack Bland Merchant and Fort
slrout. Telephones, !it)n.
rV IV in
WEDNESDAY, OCT. 17, 1888.
WlnKclmnii fium Snu
flmr Jas Malice for Kapaa at 5 p m
Stmr Kllatica lion for Hamakua at 5 pin
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
From Maul and Hawaii per stmr W Q
Hall, Oct 10-Fiom Volcano: 0 1' Wll
bon, W W Wilson. Fiom way poits:
ColSNonls, Wi: Ilciilck, Miss Ella
l'nrls, T E Evans, A 11 Sciiingeour,
Miss O Mnlionov, lion J Miiguno, T
Pall, J A Mill! u, Ilcv Stephen L Desha,
D Kalinuu, (J Ako, and 78 deck
For Maul and Hawaii per stmr Itlnau
Oct 10 UIivltie.JTuiubiill, TS ICay
and wife, Mis .1 K Uollcs, Miss Bollcs,
Mr Goiisiilc-. M O Cotioa, J M Lyd
gate, .T W Young, Mrs Ki use, and about
For Katitti and Niihsui per stmr Mika
hala, Oct 10 Miss Fails, Mis E Alna,
Mis Howell, O lliilto, and about CO
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Hall -3811 bags sugar, 17 bags awa,
174 bags coffee, a horses, 11 pigs,
and 23 bead of cattle.
Lehua 730 bugs biigur.
VESSELS IN PORT.
U S S Brooklyn, McNair
S S Austialia, lloadlctt
Bk D Melanle
Biit bk ( ainarvonshhe, Williams
Schr W S Bowne, Blulim
II 11 M S Coimoi.mt, Jasper Nleolls
Ship Daniel Buines, Stiover
US S Aleit, Graham
' SHIPPING NOTES.
The S S SJn Mateo, from London for
Houoluln and San Fiancisco, put into
Aden on tept 30tb with nuchlueiy dis
abled. The Oceanic Company's steamers
will In future cany white llremon and
News from the Aictic shows tho cap
tuio of only one additional wbale.
ARUIVALS AT SAN FKANCISC0.
Sept 20 SS Zealandia, C days and
' 20 hours; S S City of New York, 7 days
and 20 lioms fiom Honolulu;
Oct 1 Bktne W II Dimond, 25 days
Oct 3 Bktne S G YiIdel, 24 days
Oct-1 Sclir Anna, 23 days from Ka
lmlui; bk California, 23 days from
Oct C Bktne Euieka, 18 days fiom
Oct 8 Brig J D Epieckels, 10 dajs
Port Towusend Oct 7, bk Ceylon
Yokohama Sept 17, yacht Coronet
From San Frinclsco Oct 7, bktne
W H Dimond for Honolulu.
From Auckland Oct 8, I p m S S
Alameda for Honolulu.
From Uoston ept20, bk John I)
Biewer for Iloneiulu.
From Glasgow (No date). Hawaiian
bark Foobing Suey for San Francisco.
Projected oepaituies from i-an Fran
cisco Bk Fore-.t Queen on Oct 0: bkts
Planter and S G Wilder, all for Hono
lulu. LOCAL & GENERAL HEWS.
A gknili: pony is wanted.
mi m I
Hawaiian rice is quoted at .f!d.87-J.
The U. S. S. Omaha arrived at Yo
kohama Sept. 15th.
The Y, M. C, A. regular meeting
will bo held Thursday evening.
Tun officerB of tho Pacific Sugar
Co. for tho ensuing year appear else
The U. S. S. Vandalia arrived at
San Francisco tho same day tho Aus
The Scientific American of Sept.
29tb, has an account of tlie leper set
tlement on Molokai.
Some fino fruit arrived on tho Aus
tralia for tho different grocers and
tho California fruit market.
The yacht Coronet arrived at Yo
kohama September 17th, making tho
trip from Honolulu in 25 days.
Tin: G. N. Wilcox is tho namo of a
bark that will shortly loavo Bromon
for Honolulu, consigned to II. Hack
fold & Co.
On Monday, October 8th, CO shares
of Hawaiian Commeicial Co.'s stock
woro sold 'at $31, 110 at $33.75 and
40 at $3S.37.
The flag of tho hark O. O. Whit
moro was Hying at half-mast to-day,
tho Captain's little child having died
t - '
The Wniuiitto Company held its
annual meeting Tuesday. Tho ofll
cors olected for tho next year appear
in another column.
CArr. J. If. Brown looks exceed
ingly well after his vacation at tho
Coast. Ho did not forget tho Bulle
tin during his absonco.
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Mit. S. Ehrlich of tho Tomplo of
Fashion was to havo been married
Ootober 10th to MibB Hay Abialitun
son in San Francisco.
Tin: ciiso of Gay vs. Mondonca,
covenant, was tried boforo a foreign
jury to-day resulting in a verdict for
plaintiff for $1200. An appeal was
Tin: prico of sugar
biuiic its lust aihieos.
Nor.rr. lias for sale, runchbowl unci
Diamond Head oigaia.
Slit. T. K. Ewins, Deputy Sheriff
of Laliainn is in town.
Tin: Post Olllco ieooicd si laigo
mail on llio Austialin.
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II. I). M. S. Swifturo will not bo
hcio so soon as expected.
jMnssns. Rishop & Co. lecoived
.$100,000 in gold coin on the Austra
lia. Mn. II. M. Mclntyio looks ns if ho
had fully enjoyed his trip to the
Oun thanks arc dins W. 11. Giaon
halgh for full files of late San Fran
Tin: Hawaiian steamer San Mateo
put in Aden September 30th, with
her machinery disabled.
Mn. Fred M. Lowib is round again
in Jus usual haunts, alter sovcr.ii
months visit at tlio Coast.
The Koyal mail steamer Alameda
ia duo Friday evening from the Colo
nics enroutc to San Francisco.
Tin: Inlcr-isliind Steam Navigation
Company will pay a dividend of
threo dollars per share to-morrow.
Mn. Andy Brown and Mrs. Oli
phant will be married next Tuesday.
Thoy will spend the honeymoon on
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Tin: annual meeting of the Hono
kaa Sugar Co. will be held to-morrow
morning at 10 o'clock, at the office of
F. A. Sohneter & (Jo.
Dn. L. F. Alvuias has been offered
the position of Government physi
cian for the district of Wnialua, in
place of Dr. Carter, resigned.
Tun stenincr Zealandia has been
undergoing extensive rcpaiis tit the
diy dock, San Francisco. Sho has
been surveyed and reclassed.
In this issuo Mr. J. F. Morgan has
a whole string of new advertisements
containing particulars of important
futuie sales. Head them carefully.
Capt. Houdlettc on October 8th,
pleaded not guilty to an indictment
charging him with carrying an ex
cess of emigrant passongeis. He
was admitted to bail in $1000.
At a meeting of the Board of Edu
cation held yesterday it was decided
to build a now schoolhouso at Wni
mea, Kauai. TCndeia for the elec
tion of same will be called for next
Mr. J. F. Thrum, editor of tho S.
F. Miibic and Drama was aneslcd
October Gth ou two cluugi s of crim
inal libel, against an actor. Ho was
admitted to bail in .$1,000 on each
The box plan for tho cntcitain
nient by tho Honolulu Amateur Min
strels, Saturday evening tho 20th
inst., opens at 9 o'clock to-moirow
moining at the store of tho Hawaii. in
Mn. II. Y. Musgrave of Siurey,
England, arrived on tho Australia
and leaves for tho Volcano on Friday
by tho W. G. Hall. Ho will be back
in time to catch tho mail steamer
Zealandia for tho Colonies,
This is tho way tho S. F. Chroni
cle reports tho arrival of some of our
lesidetits:" W. S. Luce, Gilbert Wal
lei and S. Ehrlich, wealthy planters
of Honolulu, nrrivedfrom the islands
yesterday and will spend a few weeks
in tho city.
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Mn. Geo. Barkci has collected? 100
for John Voller. In addition to this
amount there aro other promises not
paid. Tho list is now at tho Bulle
tin office, and those wishing to pay
the sums opposito their names will
please call at this office.
Colonel Norris ia back to Hono
lulu again fiom his ranch on Hawaii.
Ho seems to be unfavorably affected
towards the present hot weather of
the city. Said he to a friend in the
Btrcet to-day : "Call this the Paradise
of tho Pacific 1 it seems to mo to be
within half a mile of Sheol."
The bark W. II. Dimond caught
flro at tho Oceanic Co.'s dock, San
Francisco, and before tho flames
could be extinguished about $200
damago was done. The fire was sup
posed to havo been caused by the
caielcssncas of a Bailor who dropped
a lighted match into some greasy
Mn, W. I. Bishop lias been aston
ishing tho people of Mexico by his
mind-icading exhibitions. Ho has
experimented bofoio President Diaz
and wife and other distinguished per
bonages of tho Itepublic. The "Two
Republics" newspaper says that "tho
National Theatre was filled on Sept.
10 with one pf the finest audiences
that ever assembled thero to do
homago to any man."
!l UJU .W .. I II
EVENTS THIS EVENIHC.
Drill Co. C Honolulu Rifles, at
Mystic Lodge No. 2 K. of P., at
7:30. Amplified rank.
Services at tho churches, nt 7:30.
Oahu Lodge No. 1 K. of P., at
Moonlight concert at Thomas
Squaie at 7:30.
A PIANIST COMING.
Madame Jaffa, a pianist who gave
recitals in Honolulu several years
ago, will arrive here on tho Austra
lia November 13th, and leave again
on the 2-1 th for tho Colonies. Dur
ing Iter stay hero Madame Jaffa pro
poses to givo two piano lecitals of
which duo notice will bo given.
Tho Hawaiian Hand will givo a
public conceit thig evening at
Thomas Squaie, commencing nt
7 :30 o'clock. Following is tho pro
graiuino: l'AUT I.
Mnii.li Vluim.i Schloinor
0eitiite Frolicsome Suppo
Walt? Lnura MillocKct
Itcinembinttco of Verdi Oodfioy
l'.ilama, Kona, Main 1 kc no.
M ortlcy Revet if Beyer
Vinnlr Jtlcii7.l "Wagner
Quadrille The Times Coote
Uallad La l'aloina ...lth as
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A GOOD OPIUM SEIZURE.
Vcstculay af let noon A. Kwnnctly,
luautigcr of tlie Steam Laundry went
on board the Australia to get tho
vessel's wash. It was placed in a
wagon and on arriving at the laun
dry, Assistant Poll Suiveyor John
Good searched the bundles and was
rewarded by finding sixty tins of
opium. Kennedy was ai tested and
this morning charged in the Police
Court with smuggling the opium.
The cabc was letnandcd to Thurs
KILLED BY A TREE.
News came by tho "W. G. Hall
Tuesday afternoon that Manoel
Vicente, a l'oitugucso storekeeper
at Mnkawao, Maui, was acoidently
killed last Saturday. He wai felling
trees in a gulch, when one ticc fell
before he could get out of the way
striking him and sending him to the
ravine below. Ho only lived a few
moments after been struck. Judge
C. Copp, the district mngisttate,
acting as coroner held an inquest
the following day the jury returning
a verdict of accidental death. The
deceased was lespccted by all the
residents of the district for honesty
and quite behaviour. He leaves a
widow and family.
On Tuesday threo police olIlcerB
made a raid on certain Chinese at
Kaneohe, the other side of this isl
and. Thoy came across a quantity
of opium which was seized. The
affair brought together about thiity
Chinese each carrying a stick or
some other weapon. While the po
lice wete picparing to drive away
the gang, the Chinaman who was
arrested for having the opium in
possession made good his escapo.
Another Chinaman threw a bottle at
the Deputy ShcriiF, and during a
scuflle one of the police olllcers
struck a Chinaman over the head
with a hoe, from the effects of which
he has since died. The rest of the
Chinese when they saw what had
happened ran away.
This moining Deputy-Marshal
Hopkins went to Kaneohe and is
holding an inquest this afternoon.
Tuesday was the thirteenth anni
versary of the birth of II. R. H.
Princess Kaittlani and was duly cele
brated at the residence of her father
Hon. A. S. Cleghoin, AVaikiki. The
interior of tlie tooni where the little
Princess received was most beauti
fully decoiated with kahilis, ferns,
palms and flowers. The Hawaiian
Hand was in attendance and played
appropriate selections during the
entire aftct noon. Prince David Ka-
wanannko.i and Mr. Jas. W. Robeit
son, Vioe-Chambeilain, acted as
libbers. Tlietc was a large number
of callers including His Majesty tho
King, II. R. II. Princess Liliuoka
luni, Hon. J. O. Dninims, the Chief
Justice and Mis. Judd, members of
tho Cabinet, diplomatic and con
sular corn, privy council, ollicers of
II. B. M. S. Cormorant, U. K. S.
Alert and Brooklyn, and many of
our most prominent residents.
Princess Kaittlani received many
very handsome presents during the
day. Refreshments were served
and the ocOa-sion will long be remem
bered by those in attendance.
CHINESE EXCLUSION BILL.
The following is tho full text of
the Chinese exclusion measure as
signed by President Cleveland :
A supplement to an act entitled an
act to execute certain treaty sti
pulations relating to tho Chinese,
approved May G, 1882:
Sectiou 1 lie it enacted by the
Senate and House of Representa
tives of tlie United States, of and in
Congress assembled, that from and
nfter the passage of this act it shall
be unlawful for any Chinese laborer
who shall at any tune heretofore
havo been, or who may now or here
after bo, a resident within tho Unit
ed States, and who shall havo de
parted or who shall depart front it
and bhall have not returned before
tho passage of this, to return or re
main in the United States.
Sec. t2. That no certificate o
idotttity provided for in tho fourth
and fifth sections of this act, to
which this is a supplement, shall
heteafter be issued, and every cer
tificate heretofore issued in pursu
ance thoieof is hoioby declared vbld
and of no effect, and the Chinese
luborcr claiming admission by virtuo
theicof shall not be permitted to
enter tho United StnloB.
Sec. 8. That nil the duties pre
scribed, liabilities, penalties and
forfeitures imposed and tho powers
confetred by the becond, tenth,
eloteuth and twelfth sections of the
act to which this is a supplement
aro heicby extended and inado op
plicablo to the provisions of this act,
Sec. 1. That nil such parts of this
act to which tills is a supplement as
nto inconsistent tiro herewith repealed,
THE SUGAR TRUST
THLIU r.Kl-OHT TO HKAtl OFl' CLAUS
Sl'ltKCKl'.LS WIU. ritOUALLY l'AIL.
Tho New York "Sun" of Septem
ber 28th, has tho following:
Tito chief reason for tho attempt
of tho Sugar Trust and the whole
sale grocer's combination to come
together nt this timo has been ex
plained to tho livening Sun by per
sons in a position to know.
When the Sugar Tiust was organ
ized and sought to bring Clous
SprecUels, the San- Francisco sugar
king, into it, ho declined. Then it
is lcpottcd that tho Trust told him
that they would enter into competi
tion with him on the Pacific slope.
Sprcekels replied that they should
be received with open arms, espe
cially as he intended to build facto
ries in the East that could supply
tho sugar trade in America.
This was regarded as a big bluff,
but Spieckel'B first factory is now
going up. Ono of tho contractors,
Mr. F. Dundore of Philadelphia,
said yesterday that his firm was
working night and day, getting out
tho iron work for tho Spreckuls re
finery, and the entire attention of
his great plant was given up to this
work, as the refinery is contracted
to be finished on June 1 next.
This refinery, which is only ono
of those that Spreckels intends to
build, is one of tho largest in the
So, after June 1 next, Spicckels
will be manufacturing sugar here
and putting it on the market in com
petition with the Sugar Trust.
The Trust finding that Spreckels
is in earnest, and knowing that he
has the capital to carry out his plans
and to fight them, arc making great
efforts to head him off in tho nine
months that will elapse before he
can get to work, and thcrain is con
tained tho secret of the recent at
tempts to bring the grocer's combi
nation and tho Sugar Trust to
It is asserted by a prominont gro
cer that tho Trust Offered to give
tho grocers' combination a rebate of
half a cent a pound in sugar, pro
vided a great majority of the whole
sale grocers came into the combina
tion and provided tho combination
made a contract to take their sugar
exclusively from the Trust, and for
a period of not less than five years.
This rebate, it was thought, would
drivo all competing houses either
into the combination or out of tho
market, while the ironclad contract
to buy only of the trust for five
j'oais would deprive Spreckels of
the means of reaching the consum
The exclusive publication in the
Evening Sun of the meeting of last
week, it is asserted will probably
prevent tho consummation of the
negotiations with the Trust, as a
large number of wholesalers who
had not yet come-into the combina
tion have thereby been informed of
what was going on and arc talking
decidedly in opposition to the pro
There is now every indication that
tho grocers fully comprehend their
advantageous position, and will play
Spreckels the big king, against the
combine and make better arrange
ments than they ever dreamed they
SPECIAL dividend of 7 per
sharo, taken from the reserve
fund, will be paid to tlie stockholders
of Wilder's Steamship Uo. on WED.
NESDAY, OcUbor 17, 1888. '
H. B. HOSE,
Honolulu, October 15, 1888. 73 3t
THE annual meeting of the stock
holders of ihc IIoim kna Supar Co.
willb held on THUUBDAT, the 18th
of October, at 10 o'clock a. m., at tlie
office of F. A. fcicliaefer & Co
00 td 8ccrctrv, totem.
NOTICE to CKEDITOKS.
THE undcrck'tied having been duly
appointed and qualified as Admin.
ii-trateis with the will annexed of'tho
Estate of Samuel Gardner Wilder, late
of Honolulu, deceased; hereby notify
all pilous having claims against said
deceitred to present the same, duly ail
ilicutleatcd, with (he proper vouchers if
any exist, even if secured by mortgage,
to in. i. Alien, issn., at me uanic or
Uli-hop & Co,, Honolulu, wltbln six
months from this date or they will bo
forever barred. A. F. JfIDD,
W. F. ALLEN,
Administrators with llio Will annexed
of tho Estate of S. G. Wilder, do.
Honolulu, October 11, 18S3. 70 Ira
NOTICE is hereby given that at a
meeting of the undersigned part
ners of the Hawaiian Fiuit & Tare Co ,
it uas resolved to accept the charter
gr.mtid September 27, 1881, by the
Minister of Interior for tho incorpora
tion of the Hawaliun Fruit & Tarn Co.,
(Limited) W. II, DANIELS,
A. N. KEFOIKAI,
J. 1). HOLT.
Wailuku, Maul, Oct. 4, 1888. 05 2w
DlPHolution of Copnrtuer
uliip. THE co-partnership heretofore exist
ing between the undersigned, con.
stituting the firm of tho Hawaiian Fruit
ti laro Co . in Wailuku, Maui, has this
day been dissolved by mutual consent;
tlie assets ami liabilities of said firm
being transferred to tlie Huwuilau Fruit
Si Taro Ce., (Incorporated.)
W. II. DANIELS,
J. D. HOLT,
A. N. KEl'OIICAL
Wailuku, Muul, Oct. 4, 1883. 05 2w
rfHE PEOPLES' PAPER-Thi
JL Daily Bulletin 50 ots per month
Xottcc undei tklt head are rhirged 70 cei.f
per lint for thefirtt iniertlcn, anil 6 antiptr line
cury itSdlttontil into lion.
CHANCE for Investment All tho
furniture ud fixings for a lodging
houo of 2ii to 80 ronms. Also llio loiit-c
of a 17-iooincd lrdglng Iioiibf, tao lino
locality. Rent very low. T.cao !ljC
years lonqtr to run. Knquiio nt Hits
nftlco. 71 (It
MESSRS. DODD & MILLER
hivvo inn leeched cv Austtnlln
another lot of thai "PHILADKM'HIA,
LA.GEK BKhlt" in kegs, which tliey
arc offering to iltclr customers. 73 1 w
YAN'S BOAT BUILDING
SHOP. Hear of Lucas' Mill.
HpilE J?toto at Woinluabe.
X longing to the Emcraon's.
For terms enquire of
S. X. EMERSON.
Walnluo, Oahu, Oct. 1), JFM. 0!) 2w
AN educated lcflncd wouvin dcelrcs
attendance on an invalid, or as
general helper in the family. Salary
not an object; personal rctereucc. Ad.
dress Miib. WENSTLMt,
G8 Iw Uui.MciiNOmeo.
AN Englishman, 20 years of oge, h in
want of a situation in on otflce,
store, or on a plantation. II-is had 12
years business experience, and can pro.
dttcc undeniable testimonials. Addtcss
"F. Q. G.," Bui.u:riN Office. 72 Iw
PENDENS for the supply of meat to
JL the Queen's Hospital for 1 yenr
from November 1,1SSS, v ill be received
at the ofllcr of tlin umlcrilgncd up to
SATURDAY NEXT, tho 20th iustunt,
at noon. For particulars npplv tn
F. A. SOHAEFEK,
Honolulu, Oct. 13, 183?. 71 lw
Life Insurance Co.,
OF NEW YOHK.
CashAssols. December 31, 1887
Those who desiro safe and profitable
Life Insutnnce are invited to apply to
S. It. HOSE,
Honolulu, General Agent, Hawaiian
Islands. oct-9 SS.ly
BY THE S. S. ZEALAKDIA
CHAS. J. FBSHEL,
Will receive a fino lino of
Lace Curtains !
And a general nt-Bortineut
Which wo will olfcr at
CHAS. J. FISHED,
Tlo Leading Millinery llonsc.
Corner of Fort & Hotel streets.
DRY GOODS !
63 and 65 FORT STREET.
Boys' School Shirts, Boys' School Hats, Boys' White Shirts,
SfiT AT VERY LOW I'fllCES Jg&
A full line of Ginghams !
AfuH line of Batiste!
ALarge Assortment of
Wo will dob
KS GREAT REDUCTSON-
For Gents, LadicB,
-3? TC TS.
JS1G-AJS &: OOMJP-AJJTST.
Bent s Fumisisig ioods, &g.
To lie fold ii w store in lie Kiita !
MY ofllco will be closed fiom Septem
ber 22nd to October 27th, during
my absence from the ICincrioni.
31. E. GHOSSMAN,
8C tf Di-ntitt, S Hotel Et.
JjiROMnnd after this duto T will not
be responsible for fny debt con
tracted In my naino by my t-on Vine.nt
Fernandez without mv written order.
Honolulu, On in, ISilJ. 72 lw
DURING my absent e from 1ho Kinf
dnm lliu Hon. W. F. Al'en will
uct for me under n full power of ntlor.
ney in all private mutters, and also in
nil est n tea in which I am asiitni'o or
ngcur. W. C. PAltKli.
Honolulu, August 'Z 1883. 2D i!tn
G. W. HACFARLAHE & Co.
announce a urnud
tiou of origins!
Gravures & Etchings
Which will bo ofTertd for Exhlbi-
tiou and Sale at tlielr Snles-
rooms (up bUirh) on
FRIDAY, Oct. 12th
above eomprlEo canvasses
will-kninvn artists of
JLiondon, Munloli, .OurHolU-
Uorli', Jterllu, I'sivIh, mill
otlior Art Conteeri.
tig a whole,
Finest Collection !
Ever brought to these Islands.
I'lcture3 will be
u, in. to ' . wua.r
KTTho Public are omdlully Iulted-ie3a
Wiiite Dress &oofls!
out nt a
Hisses & Children.
G3 & G5 Port Street.
ImM Sf gy BV W 81
17 - S8
ONE line Milch Cow,
pi ice, $12o. Apply
at the Hullktik Office,
ill 8td oaw
CUSTOMERS having our Soda "Water
or Lemonade Bottles (empty) on
hand will (jte.itly oblige by notifying
us-by telephone or otherwise, and they
will at once bo rent for. Botiles retained
longer than ono month will bo charged
for. Telephones: Hell. 172; Mutual, 3b0.
J. E. BROWN & CO..
Pioprletorj, Tahiti Lemonade Works.
HAVING been nppoiuted by H. I?. H.
Princess Litluoknlanl to be col.
liclor of all rents due of her lands,
therefore, notice is hereby given to all
tcuunts and lessees to pay all rents to
mu at Knpnlmna, Honolulu, Oahu, at
the tlrauand dnte fpcciiied iu all the
lease, and I am alone authorized to
givo receipt for tlie same. Parties com
ing to pay their tenia will pleaBO take
notice that they must bring their last
receipts with them.
Honolulu, October 8. 1868. 07 2w
Registration of Copy
right. DErAHTUEMT or the Intiwok, 1
Honolulu, Hawaiian Island, i
KNOW all Weu by theso Prcssnts.
That, in accordance with tho pro.
visions of Section 3, Chapter 8, of the
BtMi-lon Liiws of 1889, J. M. Macdonald
has tlkd in the office of the Minister of
the Interior an application for a Certifl.
cite of Copyright for a book entitled
"The Honolulu ISusliiotR Directory, be.
iug a professional commercial and trade
address book of tho oily and suburbs,
corrected up to dato of issue," "which
said application is nccompanied by the
oath of tho said applicant that he ib tho
original and first author of said book.
Now, therefore, this Ceitlllcate is t
grant unto tho said J. M. Macdouald, his
heirs or assigns for the term oITwenty
Years, from the Teeth Day of October.
Ouo Tliousaud Eight Hundred nd
Eighty eight, the exclusive right to
print, reprint, publish, use and vend
tlie said book throughout the Hawaiian
Iu Witness whurcif J have caused
this CertlGciuo to be Issued at Honolulu,
this 11th Day of October, A. D. 1888
and the Heal of the Department of the
Interior to bo hereto affixed
Minister of the Interior, oJ interim