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, HONOLULU CARRIAGE CO.
Hackstand: Meiolmnt and Fort
Btrcot. Telephones, 333.
FRIDAY, OCT. ID, 1888.
Selir Jtol Wnhin i from Kolmlu
Schr JInlcakala fiom PcpecKco
SUnr Knnliifiom Wnlnltm imd Wiilnnuo
Stmr W G Hnll for Luhuhui, Miiulaoa,
ICona, Kan mid the Volcano at 10
o'clock ;i in
For Maui, l' await and the Volcano,
per stmr V G Hall, Oct 10 For tho
Voloiiio: J Slicimau, wife and ilr.Mus
gt.wo. For other pints: Air Helnc
niann, II S Trcglo.ui, Mr Lllllo, T E
Evans, Mr Okuu, V II Hiilqtend, Mis
Wuipa, Mis Spcckinnuu mid child, Mis
T O Wills ami child, Not man Logan, S
L Desha and 7o deck.
VESSELS IN PORT.
S S Austiallit, llomllelt
Mk D Mchuiie
Hilt hk Cninanoii-lilio, Williams
Schr W S Bowno, Ulnlim
II ii M S Coi mount, J.ispcr Nicolls
Shin Daniel Barnes, Stiovcr
US S Alert, Giah.ua
Bk O D Bryant, Lcc
Tho steamer Wai.dealc, from foiuai,
will aulc here to-niouow morning.
Tho stc-iuior Iw.il.inl Is on the Mniluo
Railway being cleaned.
The a S Ansti.dla has hauled off fiom
tho OSS dock to make loom for thcS
The btcamcis Ktnan, Ltkcllkc and
Mokolil aie duo huio to-moiiow.
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LOCAL & GENERAL HEWS.
Full moon to-night.
The weather was much cooler to
day. Tun Debating Society failed to get
a quotum last evening. ,
In tho Police Court this morning
five drunks were each lined $G.
Messrs. Benson, Smith & Co. hao
just received a line ns&ortnicnt of
The officers of tho Honokaa Sugar
Co., elected for tho ensuing year, ap
ycar in another column.
One of tho attractions in Hollister
& Co.'s store is a. horned toad. It is
a most "amoosing" little creature.
The Post Office despatched by tho
S. S. Arabic for San Fi.incisco'2-tGl
letters and 037 packages of papers.
Dower & Son have an important
notice in another column respecting
whale boat frames, and boats in gen
eral. A temperance meeting will bo
held in Brewer's Block this evening
for men only cominencing at 7:30
A. rnoMiNENT sugar planter was
asked this morning what ho thought
to the Sugar Trust. Hang tho Trust,
. o .
Mn. F. M. Hatch lcncs on the
Alameda for a vacation to be absent
several months. Rumor lias it well,
The Royal Mail steamer Alameda
will piobably turn up this evening
from tho Colonics en louto to San
Re'Ad what tho Peoplo's Ico and
Refrigerating Company havo to say
about cold storage for meats, fiuits,
The sen ico of tho Second Congre
gation of St. Andrew's Cathedral
Sunday mornings will, hereafter com
mence at 11 :15 o'clock.
A delightful concert was given
by tho Hawaiian band at Emma
Sqnaro last evening, which was list
ened to by a largo audience.
The tender for taking down five
buildings at Kakaakoand re-orccting
thorn at tho leper BOttlemout has
been awarded to Peter High for !)2,
400. i m ".I.
Mu. F. W. Damon has started a
class in English composition for Ghi
ncBO boys. It meets from 0 to 10
o'clock ovory Thursday morning at
Mu. 'A. K. Woir has bought tho
business of A. Morgan, carriago ma
nufacturer, who lately made an as
signment, and will carry it on with
Kkil Warnor, a well-known actor,
will shortly arrivo in Honolulu with
a company and givo several poiform-
nnces. Mr. L, J, Lovoy will manage
, tho company whilo here.
Hon, V.. O. Wilder leaves on tho
Australia on a business tiip to tho
Coast. Ho i etui ns by tho Bamo
sloamer, and will bring tho nows of
Clovolnnd and TJiurnian's election,
On Saturday January Cth, 1889, a
grand bazar will bo given at tho Ho
nolulu Rilles Armory by tho Ahahtii
llootiln and Hoolu Luhui Society un
der tho piUioiiagc of Her Majesty (ho
The Japanese steamer Taknsago
Mnru, dipt. Biown, is expected to
leave Yokohama, November lBt for
Honolulu with Japaneso. Sho will
probably como consigned to Mt'Bsrs.
Win, G, Irwin & Co.
Do not foiget (ho combined bund
conceit at th'o hotel to-night. Fico
to o cry body.
Tin: sale of furnituro at tho iosi
denco of II. Morgan this morning
brought good prices.
IIeu Majesty Qucon Knpiolani's
Hook Lahui Society donated $10 to
wards tho Vollcr fund this afternoon.
The regular monthly meeting of
the Hawaii Mission Chlldien Society
will bo hold at Onliu College to-moi-row
It is ropoitcd that A. Moigtui tho
cauiago builder uho recently left
Honolulu has purchased a ranch at
Messrs. Davis & Wilder havo evi
dently got a very experienced red
and blue ni tist judging by tho display
on the blackboards outside of tho
EVENTS THIS EVENING.
Drill Co. D Honolulu Rifles, at
Polynesian Encampment No. 1, 1.
O. O. F. at 7 lOO.o'clock.
Hawaiian Tiibo No. 1, I. O. It.
M., at 7:30 o'clock.
Sen ices at St. Andrew's Cathe
dral at 7 o'clock.
Combined baud concert at the
Hawaiian Hotel at 7:30.
AUCTION SALES TO-MORROW.
ur J. r. MORGAN.
Regular cash sale at 10 a. in.
At noon a piece of land situate at
Kuaiula, in Honolulu.
POSTAL MONEY ORDERS.
The business done at the Post Of
fice in money orders is very nuch
on the increase. Mr. Z. K. Meyeis
who has charge of this department
states that in tho month of Septem
ber he paid 779 orders with a total
S. S. ARABIC.
Forty three of the 191 Chinese on
board the Arabic for this port wei e
not allowed to land their passports
not being in good order. The
steamer left at 11:30 o'clock last
evening, Mr. T. Graham Gribblc, of
the Tramways Co.. being a passen
ger. HONOLULU SOCIAL CLUB.
The semi-annual dance of the
Honolulu Social Club at Mcluei ny
Hall passed off last evening in a
very pleasant manner. The hall
was tastily decorated for the
occasion, and the attendance was
quite large. There were fifteen
dances on tho programme, and the
music was good. The Elite Ice
Cream Parlors furnished i efresh
ments. COMPANY A.
Last evening a meeting of Com
pany A of the Honolulu Rifles was
held at the Armory for the purpose
of electing a Captain and 1st
Lieutenant vico James W. Pratt
and James L. Torbert, resigned.
Chailes T. Wilder who has been 1st
Lieutenant commanding, was elect
ed Captain bj' a vote of 22 to 5.
W. C. Wilder Jr. was unanimously
elected first lieutenant and sergeant
Fred W. Wood as second lieutenant.
A complaint has reached .this
"office that nearly every evening a
number of boys are to be seen in
the Punahou Preparatory school
giounds in rear of tho school house
smoking cigarettes and otuciwise
misbehaving themselves. The
matches they use :ue thrown over
into the wood pile in the St. An
drew's Priory grounds. This should
be put a stop to at once or else there
will be a fire.
Capt. Cluney was awoke this
morning u little before 5 o'clock by
some one trying to unlock his door.
Upon going out he discovered a man
jumping off his verandah. It seems
that four prisoners (unattended by
a guard) woik around the govern
ment stables, and the captain has
very strong suspicion that it is one
of these that attempted to bicnk
into his house, as one of them was
recognized to bo the man who at
tempted to break into tho captain's
cookhouse a short time ago.
The regular monthly meeting 6f
tho Y, M. C. A. was held last even
ing, with a somewhat small attend
ance. Three now members weio
elected. Rev. Dr. O. M. Hyde re
ported orally a much increased at
tendance in tho reading and social
In behalf of the entertainment
committee Mr. P. C. Jones spoke of
a reception to Mr. Chas. M. Cooke,
to bo tendered him on his return
homo from the World's Y. M. C. A.
Convention recently held at Stock
holm! and where he was the dele
gate of tho Honolulu Y, M. 0. A.
The matter was referred to tho
committee for action.
Tho subject of the Association
w eek of prayer m November wa9
brought up by Hon. J. B. Atherton,
and It was decided to observe it by
holding special meetings,
His Honor the Chief Justice spoke
of the good work being done by the
Hawaiian branch of the Y. M. O.A.,
and Mr. Jones reported the meet
ings for men held In Krewer's block
na a success. Tio treasurer Mr, B.
O, White reported a balanco of over
$18 in tho treasury. Tho receipts
for the month wore $10Q,
ADMITTED TO THE BAR.
In the Supicmo Court Thursdny,
before Chief Justice Judd, Mr.
Gardner K. Wilder, son of Hon. W.
C. Wilder, wns admitted as a prac
titioner to nil the Courts in tho
Hawaiian Kingdom, on a diploma
from tho law dcpaitment of tho
Unhcrsity of Michigan, U. S. A.
Mr. Wilder also presented a certi
ficate of admission to tho. Supreme
Court of Michigan. Tho applica
tion had been pending several weeks
waiting naturalization papers, which
the applicant only received yester
day. BOOKED TO LEAVE.
The following aro booked to leave
on tho Alameda: F. M. Hatch, C. P.
Wilson, B. V. Hoover, W. A. Bowen,
Mis. Dawson and family, dipt. T. II.
Ilobron and wife, Miss Gray, F. E.
By the Australia, Tuesday, Octo
bei 23id.: Hon. W. G. Irwin, Mrs.
Irwin, child and maid, Mastei Ben'
Holliduy, I". 1). Tcnney, Miss Came
ron, W. J. Broderick, wife nnd child,
Miss Maiy Dyke, Mis. Lacy, C. W.
Mocfailiino, wife and child, E. M.
Walsh, Mr. and Mis. James,
lion. II. A. Wideinaun, II. Snibley,
Mis. C. L. Wight, Miss Anna Paris,
J. K. S. Kynnersley and wife, M.
Dickson, II. 0. Bryant and wifo, H.
A. Parmelco and wife, Miss Lottio
Purmclee. C.ipt. D. T. Mnnnix, Hon.
W. C. Wilder, Mrs. Fainsworth nnd
child, J. W. Barnes, C. P. Downing
COMBINED BAND CONCERT.
This evening tho Royal Hawaiian
Band and that of the U. S. S.
Brooklyn will give a grand concert
at the Hawaiian Hotel to which the
public is invited. Following is the
l'ART I. ItOVAL HAWAIIAN UANI.
Match Taniiliaitcr Wngror
Ovcituic Iphtgcnla Glnck
alt La Gllan.i Bucilossi
Reminiscences of Gounod Godficy
l'Altr II. U. S. S. ItROOKLIN, SEVEN
TEEN MUSICIANS, 1). 1'ICOA, LEADER.
0crtiuc Xalmcco Vcidl
selection A2"ight in I3eilln..IIartmau
Cl.u Inct Solo Rigoletto Verdi
Walt? A Dicatn on the Ocean.. Gimg'l
INTERLUDE THREE NATIVE SONGS.
. Miklnoll.1, Alna Hail and Kokohl.
PART III. COMIJINU HANDS, l'lrTV
March Impel lil Citv Seldom or
Ovcituic -1i.i Dinvolo Aubcr
Medley American Airs Beyer
Star Spangled Banner.
C. E. BOARDMAN BUYS A RANCH.
The Templeton Times of Sept.
22d, published at Templeton, San
I.uiy Obispo county, California, con
tains the following:
Geoige K. Boaidman and wife of
Honolulu have been visiting here
for seveial days and left for San
Francisco last Thursday morning,
but we hope they will return to
Templeton again before finally leav
ing for the Islands. Mr. Boaidman
fills the i espousible position of De
puty Collector of Customs of Hono
lulu; and is spending his annual offi
cial vacation in California. Like all
who examine our locality he was so
favoiably impressed with our coun
trj that he purchased one hundred
and ten acres on the Eureka ranch,
adjoining the propeity of Mr. King,
and has made ariangements for
fencing, plowing, and setting out
trees and vines this" coining season.
We are glad to welcome Mr. Board
man, as a property owner among us,
and we aro quite sure that he has
made an investment from which he
will derive u handsome profit and,
if he should desire it, secured a
most eligible site for a beautiful
SUPREME COURT IN CHAMBERS.
IJEl ORE UICKERTON J.
In the matter of th'c bankrupt es
tate of R. W. Laiue. Mr. A. J.
Cartwright the assignco submits an
account which tho Court examines
and approves. Tho assignee reports
that he is able to pay a final divi
dend of 20A per cent. The total
amount to be disttibuted is S1227,
51. The Court ordeied that on fil
ing of creditors, receipts ho be dis
charged and his bond cancelled.
This is the (list bankrupt matter set
tled under the new act relating to
bankrupt estates, the assignees com
pensation being increased from 5 to
10 per cent, on the 1st thousand and
5 per cent, on tho balance. Under
the old act it wns fi per cent, on all
receipts. Assignee iu porsan.
A JURY'S VERDICT.
Deputy Marshal Ilopkin's re
turned from Kaneohc last evening
after holding an inquest on tho body
of Yong F.it. Following is tho
veulict of the Jury:
'Aii inquisition taken at Kancoho,
Islund of Ouhu, on tho 18th day of
October, in the year 1888, before
Asa Kanlia, Esquire, one of the
coi oners of the said island, upon
tho body of Yong Fat there lying
dead, by the oaths of the jurors
whoso names aro hereto subscribed,
etc., do say that the said Yong Fat
(Chinese) came to his death on or
about tho niorniug of Wednesday
the 17th day of October, 1888, be
tween the hours of 12 and 1 o'clock
in the lockup at Kaneoho aforesaid,
from a wound inflicted on the head
at Knneohu aforesaid by the1 hand of
either Robert" Waialealo or Ahaula
of said Kaneoho with a blunt in
strument (supposed to bo a hoe).
In tostimony whereof tho said coio
ncr and five of tho jurois of this in
quest have hereunto sot their hands
the day and year first aforesaid.,
"Signed) Asa Kiiulia, coroner;
William Henry, Robert Blown, Jas.
Olds, David Watson, A. Ku."
"I ngieo to the foicgoing with
the exception that 1 find that the
said Yong Fat came to his death by
the nfoicsoid wound in common
with other wounds indicted on his
body jointly by Robert Waialealo
and Ahaula aforesaid at tho time
and place aforesaid, and by being
at the same time roughly thrown
down and otherwiso Ill-treated by
Ahaula aforesaid. In testimony
whereof, etc (Sjgned) Robert Ma
kahalupa." Tho two men Waialealo and Aha
ula nro at present in tho Station
Houso, awaiting the action of tho
HONOLULU AMATEUR MINSTRELS.
Tho sale of scats for the mlnsticl
performance nt tho Hawaiian Opera
House Saturday has been largo and
there will undoubtedly be a full
house. Following is tho pro
Into locutoiv , A. E. Muiphv
Bones.. W. II. Hoogs & W. 11. Charlock
Comic S.ong (llldo Away) .U.J. Ordway
Put my little Shoo away J. Bright
Telephone hi tho air.... W. 11. Charlock
Ballad (J. B. Wlllokal
New Dudo hi Tow n E. R. Biven
Lighthouse by the Sia...R. E. Halstc.id
I owe Ten Dollais to O'Giady
. W. II. Hoogs
Negi o Sketch Murphy and Blvcn
Banjo Solo U.J. Ordway
To conclude with tho local Bur
"Day and Night, or Llfo in 110110111111."
Gold Storage !
People's Ico & RefriccnitinE; Com.
nany having lately built Two Large
Refrigerators at the Ico Factory,
aro now prepared to store Meats,
Fruits, Vegetables, etc., in same nt
reasonable rates. The rates will be
given to parties desiring Cold Sto
rage accommodations by the man
ager at the Factory. Both Tele.
phonc3 at the Works, No. 153.
J. K. WILDER,
00 lw President.
LX answer to several cuquhies con
cerning Whale Boat Frames, we
lmc now in conrso of coustiuctiou,
a Whale Boat Flames 74 feet by 32 feet
long. Thes,c frames aie bent in one
piece of oak, and held to shape, thus
lequiiliifi: little tact to set them up and
build. The full frame for Mich boats,
including cantd, 4". sections in number,
is sold at $28; with I.u ge sti-ms on keel,
and ready to plant $40. Thev aie not
intended to bo clinker built, noi as the
fi.iil inipoitcd whale boats pi oper, but
aie intended for lough ue and duiabi
llty, yet light w ithal. for fibbing and
trading puipos-cs. We have exported
these ti ames and intend doing so, and
make this offer to amateurs and others
desirous of trjing their hand, with
plenty of lelsme and small cash to mako
a business. "Will bend frames to any
given model from 5 to 23 tons. Also on
hand for sale Stufand Pleasuro Boats,
Stems, Knees and Timbers. Mutual
Telephone No 325.
DOWER & SON.
7C tf Boat Builders.
AN Englishman, 29 j oars of age, Is in
want of a situation in an office,
store, or on a plantation. Has had 12
years business experience, and can pro.
duco undeniable testimonials. Addiess
"F. a. G.," Buxlltin Office. 73 lw
BIRDS ! BIRDS !
A FEW choice Binging Ca.
nary Birds and a.clioice
lot of Japanese Strawberry
Birds, jubt received ex S. S.
Arabic, for sale by
LEWIS J. LEVET,
"iB Jit Cor. Fort & Queen street.
ELECTION of OFFICERS.
AT Ihe annual meeting of tlie'atock.
holders of 'ho llonokau Bugur Co.
held this day the following gentlemen
were elected officers for ihe ensuing
F.A. Schaefer Frcddent,
J. Holing Vice-President,
J. Hotlng Treasurer,
II. RefiJM Secretary,
11. Mclnerny Auditor.
Honolulu, October 10, 188 S. 70 4t
ELECTION of OFFICERS.
AT the aunual meeting of the stock
holders of the Pacific Sugar Mill,
tho following gentlemen were elected
oillcei s for tho ensuing year:
P. A. Hcli.iefcr President.
C. It. Bishop Vlce-l'icsldcnt.
J. Ilotiug Tieusurer.
J, II, Pnty., Auditor.
Honolulu, Oct. 17, 1888. 4t
ELECTION of OFFICERS.
AT the annual meeting of the stock,
holders f tho Waliinue Company
huld Ihls date the following genilumcn
were duly elected to serve as olllccri for
tho onbuliig eur, vii
President II. A. Wldtmann,
Vice. President O. N. Wilcox,
Treasurer A. Jaeger,
Becrutary .0, O. Hergor,
Auditor O. O. Ileruer.
0. O. BEUGEll, ,
Honolulu, Oct, 10, 1883. 74 lw
ELECTION of OFFICERS.
AT the nnnual meotlng of the itock
holders of tho Hllua Supar Co,
held In Honolulu, October 1G, 1888, the
following otllceio were reelected to
Eurveduiing 1)10 ensuing year;
W. G. Irwin President,
John A. Buck....... Vice-President,
W. M. Glffard &
' ( Treasurer,
II. M. Wlilluey, Jr Auditor.
W. M. GIFFARD.
73 lw Secretary, II, 8. Oo,
Collect under tl html aie chtrged 10 renlt
per line for thefint Insertion, and 6 ctnti ier line
every addUlennl Iniertton.
ESSRS. DODD & MILLER
have jitRt received o Australia
another lot of that "PHILADELPHIA
LAGEH BEER" In kegs, which they
aro ollciing to Iholr customers. 73 lw
CHANCE for Investment All tho
furnituro and fixings for a lodging
house of 25 to UO rooms. Also the lcac
of a 17.toomcd lodging house, hi i fine
locnllty. Rent very low. Lease 8'rf
years Joni;cr to run. Enquire at this
office 71 fit
AK. Weir has this day purchased
from us tho materials, tools,
leases and business of A. Mrgnn, car
riage manufacturer, at No. 7$ and 81,
King street, where he will continue tho
tamo business with increased facilities
for turning out good work at moderate
H. C. BltYANT.
LOUIS T. VALENTINE,
Assignees of A. Moigm.
Honolulu, Oct. 10, 1S3S. 7(5 lw
NOTICE to CREDITORS.
THE undersigned having been duly
appointed nnd qualified ns Admin,
i'traters with tho will annexed of the
Estate of Samuel Uardnor Wilder, Into
of Honolulu, deceased; hereby notify
nil persons having 'claims against siil
deceased to present the same, duly au
thentlcatcd, with the proper vouchers If
linV CXllt. GVeri tf Rinnrnl liv- ninrlcrnirn
to Wm. F. Allen, Esq., at the Hauk of
Bishop & Co., Honolulu, within els.
montLB from this date or they will be
forever barred. A. F. JUDD,
W. F. ALLEN,
Administrates with the Will annexed
of the Estate of S. G. Wilder, de
ceased. Honolulu, October 11,1 8SS. 70 1 m
Life Insurance Co.,
OF NEW YORK.
Cash Assols. December 31, 1807
Those who desiro safe and profitable
Life Insurance arc invited to apply to
S. It. JUOSE,
Honolulu, General Agent, Hawaiian
Islands. ocUO 8S.ly
BY TIE S. S. ZEALAffllA
CB-SAS. J. FISHEL,
Will receive a lino lino of
And a general ntHortinunt
Which w will oiler at very
CHAS. J. RSHEL,
The Leading Millinery House,
Corner of Fort & Hotel streets.
PPRHSbS H tf&lF
i mwil m tmm
C:j & (55 FOllT STREET.
Boys' School Shirts, Boys' School Hats, Boys' White Shirts
flgr AT VERY LOW PRICES 3
A full line of Ginghams !
A .rWfi Awhnimt nt
Wo will close
Scs GREAT REDUCTION-
flST For Gents, Ladle,
yo . JLLj 11
-SS rJ? HC
ETS &c COMPANY.
Serifs Furnishing Hoods; &g.
To OB- founfl in any store i le Einto !
TyfY ollloe will be closed from Bcptrm
1YJL ber 22nd to Oelolior 27lb, during
my absence from tho Kluedom.
M. E. GROSSMAN.
Dentist, Oi Hotel st.
FROSI nnd after tlilb date I will not
lie responsible foi nny debts con.
traded in my name by my son Vincent
Fernandez without rav written order.
Honolulu, Oct in, 18SJ. 7.5 lw
DURING my absence from the King
dom the lion. W. F. Al'cn will
act for nm umhr a full poiver of nttor.
ncy in nil piivatu mattius, and alho In
all estates in which I am assignee or
agent. W. C. PAHKE.
Honolulu, August 21, 1688 29 2m
NOTIUK la hereby given Unit nt a
inciting of the uudersigtitil p.irt
uerA of the llwaliuu Fruit & Tuio Co,
it uus rciolvrd to accept tho chuittr
granted ricptciubor 27, 1888, by the
Minister of Interior for the Incorpor.i.
tlou of tho lliiwniitiu Fruit A Taro Co.,
(Limited,) W. H. DANIELS,
A. N. KIU'OIKAI,
J. D. HOLT.
Wailuku, JInui, Oct. -I, IU8S. 05 2w
Dissolution of Coimrtncr
slilp. rrMIE co-partncietilp heretofore exist
X log between tho undtridgucd, cou
Btltutlng tho firm of the Hawaiian Fruit
& Taro Co , in WniluUu, Maul, lias this
day been diBsolvtd by mutual consent;
the assets and llabllliiea of said firm
being transferred to tho Hawaiian Fruit
& Turo Co , (Incorpor.itod )
V. II. DANIELS,
J. D. HOLT,
A. N. ICLl'OUCAI.
Walluku, Maui, Oct. 4, 188S. l!3 2r
Election of Oillcors.
NOTICE is hereby given that at n
meeting of thu block lioldcra of tho
Hawaiian Fruit & Turo Co. held in Wal
luku, M ml, October 4, 1868, thu follow,
log officers were elected for the ru&u.
John IMchurdBon ....President,
J. D. Holt Vico President,
W. H. Daniels &
A. N, Kepoikal Auditor,
W. H. DANIELS,
Walluku, Maul, OcL 5, 1888. 05 2v
full line of Batiste If
Whitn Him finnrts !
out at n
Hisses &. Children. .ffJ '
Q jLTDT TftTT ' vfS
JLfc JU X KJ JUL ,
03 & G5 Fort Street
ONE One Milch Cow,
price, $123. Apply
at the Bou.ktik Office.
MBS. M. B. CAMPBELL,
DroHsmnkliiR, itcj., !fco..
Has commenced tho business of Dress
m iking. Cutting and Fitting, at her resi
dence, No. 7!l Berctania street, opposite
the Hotel. The patronage of the ladles
is respectfully solicited. Satisfaction
HAVING been appointed by H. B. H
Princess Lilluokalanl to be col.
lector of all rents duo of her lands,
therefore, notice is hereby given to U
tenants nnd lessees to pay all rents to
me at Kapalama, Honolulu, Oabu, at
the time and date specified la all the
loibCrf, and I am alone authorized to
gho receipt for the same. Parties com
lug to pay their rents will ploaso take
uoiicu that they must bring their last
receipts with them.
Honolulu, October 8, 1888. 07 2w
Certlflcato of Registration of Copy
right. DEi-im uest or the Intkimok, )
Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands, f
KNOW all Men by these Prejents,
That, In accordance with the pro.
visions of Section 2, Chapters, of the
Session Laws of 1888, J. M. Macdoanld
has tiled iu the olUco of the Minister ot
the Interior au application for a Certlfl.
en to of Copyrlcht for a book entitled
"The Honolulu Uuslness Directory, be.
Ing a profeibional commercial and irade
address book of the city and suburbs,
corrected up to dato of issue," which
eald application is accompanied by tho
oath of the said applicant that he is the
original and tlrst author of said book.
Now, therefore, this Certificate it t
grant unto the said J. II. Uacdonald, his
heirs or assigns for the term of Twenty
Years, from ilie Tenth Dsy of October.
One Thousand Eight Hundred and
Eighty eight, the exclusive right to
print, re print, publish, use and vend
tho said book throughout the Hawaiian
In Witness whererf I havo caused
this Certificate to be issued at Honolulu,
this Ulh Day of October, A. D. 188
ami the Heal of the Department of the
Interior to be hereto afllxed.
Minister of tho Interior, (tdittirim,