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HONOLULU CARRIAGE CO.
Hackstand: Rleiili.uit and Fort
Btrcot. Telephones, 335.
MONDAY, OCT. 22, 1888.
Bk H Hackfold from Liverpool
Bk Foicst Queen fiom San Francisco
Strnr Mlkahala lor Kauai at G p m
S S Australia for San Francisco nt noon
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stmr Llkclike for Kahulul and liana at
5 p m
Stmr Kllatica Hon for llamukua at 5
For Maul and Hawaii per stmr Klnau,
Oct 22 A. P Peterson, A Barbn, A Gll
illlau, 31 ICokl mid U cliildrcu, Hon J
ltlchaidsou, Geo F Holines, A O Tur
ton, W Buriowitz, W 0 Peacock, W F
Mossman,S F Chllllngwoithr Hugties,
A. Lldgato and 70 deck.
For ban Francisco per S S Australia,
Oct 23 II Dickson, O W Macfarlanc,
wlfo and child, W .1 Brodcrlck,wlic and
child, Miss M Dyke, Mrs Lacy, Capt D
T Maiiubc, Master J W Barnes, Mrs J
Farnsworth and child, It Stewart, O P
Downing, Miss E White, Mrs Henson,
M M Tompkins, Mrs C L Wight, W A
Bowen, Miss A Paris, A M Walsh, Miss
Shea, It Hind jr, B Hoover. H O Bryant
and wife, J G Spencer, wlfo and son,
Hon W C Wilder, Miss J Cameron,
Judge Wldemann, II Slnberg, II A Tar
melee. wife nud daughter, If D Tenney,
W G Irwin, wife, ciiliu ana mum, Pias
ter B Holllday, H M Feiguson, II Hud
sou, Mrs E Macf.ulane, Mrs E McDon
ald, C .1 FWicl. Steerage: W Wale,
wife and child, Miss L Perrlns, J II
Oongdon, Chas Prisccll, Mrs F B Wil
cox, E Farr, II Holland and wife, H
Morgan, wife and 3 chlldreu, A M Hew
ett, A C Fasel, wife and daughter, Mr.
L Derldng, wife, child and sister, B F
Sayloc, It Davis, Mrs D Ilecker and 2
ehlldien, Henry Hcgo and 8 others.
The S S Australia took for San Fran
cisco this noon 2,843 bgs of sugar, 3,
G35 bgs of rice, 3,550 bnchs of bananas,
100 buls of sugarcane, 502 bdls of green
hides, 15 bdls of dry hides, C bills of
sheep skius, 5 bdls kip skins, 45 bbls of
molasses, 319 bales of wool and 142 bbls
tallow. Value $03,989.0(5.
Ill .III II. '! imiiJill MU I. !! I I
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
A make and colt arc offered for
A notice from Mr. A. J. Cart.-
wright appears elsewhere.
The "Advertisor" is a great author
ity on potatoes in fact, is potatoes,
A notice to the members of Mystic
Lodgo No." 2 K. of P. appears in
Capt. J. M. Winding of tho Forest
Queen has the thanks of the Bulle
tin for one day's later news.
Ho Fon will act as Chinese inter
preter in the Supremo Court for tho
balance of the October term.
The bark II. Hackfcld arrived to
day from Bremen with a large stock
of new goods for H. Hackfeld & Co.
No greater vacuum pan ca n be found
than tho head of tho writer of tho
article in this morning's "Adver
tiser" on tho Reform party.
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, F. Wahd, second steward of the
steamship Australia, has .been .dis
charged in the Polico Court, from tho
charge of having opium in posses
sion. i m
On Thursday ovening thero will bo
' , combined band concert at tho Ha
waiian Hotel by the U. S. S. Brook
lyn and tho Hawaiian bands. Tho
programmo will appear later.
Mk. Walter M. Giffard will act for
; tho firm of W. G. Irwin &Co. during
' tho absenco of Mr. Irwin at tho
Coast, and Mr. Frank P. Hastings for
tho bank of Claus Spreckels & Co.
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Thehe is a depression at tho lower
end of Kaahumanu street, which fills
with water in rainy weather and be
comes a pond. It calls for attonlion.
In fact, tho entire street is consider
ably out of repair.
Mes. Lack has just received on tho
last steamer a laruo number of clay
pigeons knovn as blue rocks. This
kind of sport is growing in'favor and
sportsmen will do well to remember
that in future thoro will bo no Lack
Mil. W. E. Herrick, who has been
confined to his houso by sicknesB for
several weeks, has suflloTently re
covered to bo ablo to lesumo work.
His turning-shop, on Bethel streot,
which has been closed during its
proprietor's illness, is again open.
.. . .
Someone carried off tho two tubu
lar lamps at tho corner of Boretania
and I'unahou streets placed thoro by
tho Tramways Company to gtvo
warning of obstructions on tho road.
Four lamps were also recently stolen
from their position at Leleo.
The "Advertiser" says that tho
Bulletin had an item nfow evenings
ago about further facilities to bo se
cured by changes in our postal rela
tions with tho United States, and
proceeds to givo tho conyuunication
from tho Ban Francisco "Bulletin"
which constituted our "item," appar
ently thinking it a hew discovery.
THE WEEKLY BULLETIN
2a columns, purely local matter
Mailed to foreign countries, $D per
EVENTS THIS EVENINC.
Drill Co. 1$ Honolulu Rllles, tit
Excelsior LotlgoNo. 1 I. O. O.
Court Lunalllo, No. GG00 A. O.
Foresters, at 7:30.
nr .t. V. MOKGAN.
At 10 a.i in. household furniture
nt the residence of G. W. Hurgess,
Bcrctanin street, opposite the Ice
At noon, at salesrooms, four
mortgagee's sales of land and real
estate. Particulars in advertising
nr r.. J. levkv.
noon, the barque Lilian and
L inortsratrce's sale of six lots on the
THERE'S MILLIONS IN IT.
T. K. Nathaniel started a milk
shake on wheels last Thursday and
has evidently been, doing a good
business. Ho states that the four
days he has been running ho has
taken in $91. This morning ho
sold out the entire business for $200.
At three o'clock this afternoon
Mr. Andrew Brown and Mrs. Oli
phant were united in marriage at tho
residence of Mr. McMillan, Kukul
street, by tho Rev. E. G. Beckwith.
Tho newly married couple leave on
the Mikahala at 6 o'clock for Kauai
to spend their honeymoon, and will
be gone two weeks. The officers of
the steamer will all wear a badge in
the shape of a thistle, the gift of the
bride and bridegroom.
NO LOSS TO THE COUNTRY.
W. Dorking is tho name of a
Dutchman who recently served out
a sentence on the reef for keeping a
disorderly house. He had not been
out of prison many weeks when ho
was again arrested along with a
woman named Louisa Perdcy, both
being charged with keeping a dis
orderly house. Tho case against
them has been remanded from "timo
to time until this morning, when a
nolle prosequi was entered on con
dition that they leave the country.
They went on tho Australia, and it is
to be hoped they will never return.
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DEPARTURE OF THE AUSTRALIA.
The steamship Australia did not
leave her dock until 12:40 o'clock,
owing to the arrest of Captain
Houdlctte. A few minutes before
noon the steamer was searched for
two Chinese who had been ordeied
by the Court, 'to tho custody of the
Captain. They could not be found,
cousectuentlv the Captain was ar
rested and had to appear before Po
lice Justice Doyton, .and there give
a bond in -tho sura of 8500 for his
appearance in Court on November
15th to answer to the charge of let
ting the two Chineso go.
There was the usual large crowd
of people on the wharf to see the
steamer depart, and tlic Hawaiian
band enlivened the proceedings with
choice selections of music. Two
dudes caused much amusement.
Nearly all tho passengers were
covered with leis.
Many of our readers will remem
ber a young man named Landishut
who was in the Islands about seven
years ago, and who attempted to
obtain a marriage licence from tho
Interior department under false
pretences. He left tho country
rather suddeiily after being tried
and found guilty on tho above
charge. From a Melbourno paper
of August 18th it is learned that
Landishut has just turned up in
that city where ho has successfully
obtained largo sums of money under
false pretences. He engaged a
handsomely furnished house at a
rental of $130 a week. On the
k strength of letters and papers he
was allowed to open an account at a
bank and overdraw to the extent of
$10,000. Ho represented he had a
large shipment of castor oil afloat
and obtained $2500 on such repre
sentation. Ho obtained $500 worth
of jewelry, $250 worth of clothes,
naid no rent, obtained $2500 from
the owner of the houso ho rested,
and then skipped. The grocer,
baker, butcher, milkman and othor
tradesmen had bills against him va
rying from $50 to $350. Eyen his
servants had not been paid their
wages. Landishut was married to
Mibs Pollard, an actress, and she
disappeared soon after Landishut.
A warrant had been issued for his
A nniLLIANT WEDDING AT LYNN, MASS.
Walter Osborne Faulkner, tho
distinguished young electrician of
tho Hawaiian Government at Hono
lulu, a former Lynn boy, was unit
ed in marriago September 20, at 4
o'clock in the afternoon, to Miss
Emma Jane Lovering, daughter of
United States Marshal Lovering, at
tho residence of tho bride's parents
on Washington street. It was a
quiet wedding, confined only to tho
homo circle. Tho ceremony with
the ring was performed by tho Rev.
S. B. Stewart of tho First Unitarian
Church. Tho bride was given away
by hor father.
Of those at the weddingjwcro not
ed Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Faulkner,
tho parents of tho groom, Mr. nnd
Mrs. Frank Fatilkncr, Mr. nnd Mrs.
Charles Itichardson, Mr. nnd Mrs.
Harrison Clifford, the grandparents
of the bride.
The brido was nttired in a'charm
ing traveling dress of pearl gray,
with hat and sacquo to match, trim
med with silver and gold braid in
After the ceremony there was a
lunch after which Mr. and Mrs.
Faulkner took tho 5:53 train for
Boston, from where they go, via
Fitchburg, tp San Francisco, visit
ing Chicago, St. Louis, Denver,
Cheycnno and halt Lake City.
They will sail for Honolulu Octo
ber 9th. Tho wedding gifts includ
ed n valuablo silver tea service from
the parents of the "room ; a choice
set of after-dinner coffees from
Arthur Shirley and lady ; gold thim
ble from Mr. nnd Mis. Webber;
solid silver cheeso plate from Mr.
and Mrs. Usher; silver purso from
Dr. and Mrs. McDonald of Charles
town ; solid silver forks from Miss
Annie McDonald ; card receiver
from Mrs. W. II. Niles ; gold-lined
sugar spoon from George Moulton ;
silver pitcher and plates from Mrs.
S. N,. Williams; silver nutpicks
from Misses Annie Batchcldcr An
nie Moulton, Alice Tnrbox; solid
silver spoons, soup and dessert
spoons from C. C. Cox and Cox
family; solid silver sugar spoons
from Miss Graco Wires ; silver fruit
knives from Mr. and Mrs. Eugene
Usher; fruit knife and nutpicks
from Mrs. Fcrnald; after dinner
coffees from Mr. and Mrs. Gcorgo
The spacious parlor was decorat
ed with exquisite flowers. The
usual old emblems of "Good future"
were thrown after the bridal pair.
ONE DAY'S LATER NEWS.
The bark Forest Queen arrived in
port at half past 2 o'clock this after
noon with one day's later news than
the Australia. Following is a sum
mary: The New York and Chicago bakers
have determined to advance the
price of bread.
Father Schlcycr, the inventor of
Volapuk, is dead.
The steamer Baltic sunk at her
dock at Liverpool Oct. 0. It was
caused by a port being left open.
The British man-of-war Osprey
has captured, off Mocha, three
dhows, having on board 201 slaves.
The captains of the dhows and four
slaves were killed before tho slavers
Continuous heavy Tains and snow
are reported in various parts of
Gormany. Further floods aro feared.
A family of seven persons was
poisoned by impure milk at Balti
more. The National steamer Queen run
down the fishing schooner Madeline
in a fog off tho bank of Newfound
land on Oct. 5th. Tho Madeline
was struck amidships and sunk al
most immediately. The Captain,
First and Second Mates and Stew
ard of tho Madeline were rescued,
after being in the water nearly one
hour. The crew, numbering twenty,
wera lost, The Queen lost her bow
sprit and foremast. The Madeline
was" a French fishing schooner.
McAuliffe and Dacey fought early
Oct. 10 near Dover, N. J. McAu
liffe won in 11 rounds.
There was a wild scramble in tho
N.Y.coffee maikctOct. 10th,owingto
an advance of 35 points on tho first
SUPREME COURT OF THE HAWAIIAN
ISLANDS OCTOBER TERM.
Monday, Oct. 22nd.
The King vs. Rego. Fornication.
Appeal for mitigation of sentence,
the defendant having being fined
SCO with two months imprisonment.
Tho Court fines him $15 and to pay
hi b own costs only. V. V, Ashford
Kalauola (k) et. al. vs. Kekuka
hiko (k). Defendants motion for
new trial is granted. S. K. Kano
for plaintiff; J. L. Kaulukou for de
fendant. J. II. Reevo vs. Puuloa Stock and
Sheep Ranch Company. Assumpsit
S41G.37. Judgment by default of
defendants to answer September 15,
1888. Jury waived October 15,
1888. Plaintiff discontinues, de
fendants having paid $302.25 and
costs. C. Creighton and V. V. Ash
ford for plaintiff ; P. Neumann for
In re Man Nun and Ah Yin. Peti
tion for a writ' of habeas corpus.
Decision reserved on the 4th inst.
on appeal from decision of Chiof
Justice Judd of August 0, 1888.
Judge Preston reads a majority de
cision of tho Supreme Court Judge
Dolo dissenting and appeal is dis
missed and appellants aro remanded
into the custody of the Marshal. P.
Neumann for petitioner ; Attorney
Geneial C. W. Ashford for tho Col-lcctor-Gcnoral.
Tito King vs. Qui Nin Ing. Sel
ling spirituous liquors without li
cense. Defendant appeals from tho
Polico Court of Honolulu, where on
July 31, 1888, ho was found guilty
and sentenced to pay a 11 no of $200
nnd costs $1.00. Tried before n
foreign Jury, who return a verdict
of not guilty. Attorney-General
for the crown ; A. S. Hartwell for
AT CIIAMUUIt UUtfOItE DOLK, J.
In tho guardianship of Holeu A.
Dickson. Ordered that letters of
guardianship issue to S. M. Damon
under bond of $1000.
JSKI'OIIE PJtKSTON J.
McChesnoy vs. Wang Chtui Kee.
Jury waived from October term,
1887. Partly heard and continued,
AN ENDLE8S PROCESSION.
Africa is destined to swallow up
it good deal of tho world's surplus
energy. Somo years ago Gordon
went there lo And the Mahdi ; then
Emin Bey followed in tho hope of
finding Gordon ; Stanley, after wait
ing a year or so, started out to hunt
up Emin Bey, nnd now Lieutenant,
Wiseman has began a search for
Stanley. Before very long it will
become necessary for somo daring
fellow to look for Wiseman, and ho
will, of courso, be followed by an
other explorer, who in turn will bo
sought for by another, and so on
indefinitely. If this sort of thing
is to go on thoro will be an endless
procession of fellows getting lost in
the jungles of Africa, in their vain
endeavor to reach tho other fellows
who have gono before. The Dark
Continent is an almost boundless
land of mystery, and the fato of
thaso adventurous explorers may
never be known. They may fall
victims to the African fover, or be
devoured by wild animals, or perish
in a struggle with their savage foes.
On tho other hand, they may win
favor with powerful tribes, nnd in
that strange land build up great
stales and empires. Ono thing is
certain, these numerous expeditions
into tho heart of Africa arc blazing
tho way for civilization. Whatever
may befall these early explorers,
nothing can prevent tho final subju
gation of Africa by the whites. The
Continent will be divided out among
the European Powers, and at no dis
tant day it will become ono of the
most important regions on tho globe.
Let the procession of explorers go
on. Many of them may be lost, but
others will follow, and in tho end
the indomitable energy of the white
man will conquer and hold this mys
terious land and all its treasures.
In tho Bohemian Diet at Prague,
Oct. 8, Count Thun, German Con
servative, expressed tho hope that
Emperor Francis Joseph would sig
nalize the fortieth year of his reign
by crowning himself King of Bo
hemia. The suggestion caused a sen
sation. Viennu papers in comment
ing on tho matter do not approve
the suggestion. The importance of
the question they say depends upon
whether the other German members
arc disposod to support Count Thun.
The death is announced of Sir
Anthony MuBgravc, Governor of
Queensland. He had been succes
sively Governor of St. Vincent,
New Foundland, British Columbia,
Natal, South Australia and Jamaica.
He was appointed Governor of
Queensland in 1883. In 1870 he
married his second wife, the daugh
ter of David Dudley Field of New
''piIE Store at Waialua be
l JL longing to tho Emerson's.
! For terras enquire of
8. N. EMERSON.
"Waialua, Oahu, Oct. 9. 1818. 09 2w
IN a nice locality, sur
rounded by well-kept
grounds, two suites of Fur
nished Rooms, with bath and dress
ing rooms, suitable for housekeeping,
and If wanted an additional room can
bo added to cither. Also, a Cottage,
t, ith bath, stable and carriage room.
Address P. O. Box COO. 77 lm
DURING my absence from the King,
dom the Hon. "W. F. Allen will
act for me under a' full powcuf attor
ncy in all private matters, auwalso in
all estates in which I am assignee or
agent. "W. C. PAHKK.
Honolulu , Aueust 25, 1883. 2D 2in
ELECTION of OFFICERS.
AT tho annual meeting of tho stock,
holders of the Flonokaa Bugar Co.
held thi3 day the following gentlemen
were elected officers for iko ensuing
F. A. Sclmofcr President,
J. Hoting. Vice-President,
J. Hoting Treasurer,
H. Renjes Secretary,
M. Mclnerny Auditor.
Honolulu, October 19, 188S. 76 4t
ELECTION of OFFICERS.
AT tho annual meeting of the stock
holders of tho Pacific Bugar Mill,
the following gentlemen were elected
oillccrs for tho ensuing yean
F. A. Bcliaefer .President.
C. R. Bishop Vice-President.
J. Hoting Treasurer.
11. Renjes Secretary.
J. II. Paty Auditor,
Honolulu, Oct. 17, 1888. 4t
ELECTION of OFFICERS.
AT tho annual meeting of the stock,
holders f the WnTnnae Company
held this date tho following gentlemen
were duly elected to serve as officers for
tho ensuing year, viz:
President II. A. Wldemann,
Vice-President U. N. Wilcox,
Treasurer A.J aeger,
Secretary.. O. O. llerger,
Auditor O. O. Bercer.
O. O. BERGEU,
Honolulu, Oct. 16, 1888. 74 lw
ELECTION of OFFICERS.
a t the annual meeting of the itock.
A holders of llio Hilea Bu
held In Honolulu, October
fniimvlnir oftlcer were
. K IfiOO .lin
gcrve during the ensuing yeir;
W. Q. Irwin President,
John A. Buck, Vice-President,
W. M. Giffard 1 &
II. M. Whitney. Jr Auditor.
W. M. GIFFARD,
70 lw Secretary, II, 8. Co,
ptrhntforthtftrsHntcriloniUMl G Ciiiffriiie
2fottceitnilfri:U head art e7i iffctl 10 celt
rrery auditorial Intcitlon.
T YAM'S BOAT BTJILDrNQ
8HOP. Bear of Lucas' Mill.
LJiium.mi.j. l J- .'' i . '. -'
Foreign Parcels Express,
THE undersigned aro now prepared
to forward parcels throucli l'ltt &
Scott's London Agency, to all parts of
Buropo, Asia and Africa; and also to
Australasia direct, and to the South Sen
Islands via Australian or Now Zealand
ports. Tariff latos, which aro remark,
ably moderate, have recently been fur.
nlshcd and may bo learned upon appli
cation. Parcols or heavy ft eight can also be
Bent for and brought to Honolulu from
any part of Europe through Pitt & Hcolt's
Ageuoy, and may be Insured nt the port
of departure if desired. Special orders
for European coods can be placed by
Pitt & Scott in Engl&nd or through their
accnts in other parts of Euiope; and the
packages forwarded by any route that
is best, at reduced heavy freight rate If
the packages aro larco
J. E. BROWN & CO.,
Hawaiian Agents Pitt A Scott's
. Express. 78 ltn
T?ROM and after this date
I will not
JL bo responsible for any
tracted in my name by my son Vincent
Fernandez without my written order.
Honolulu, Oct. 13, 1883. 73 lw
SoMnLetliiiig" If eve !
"Whoso "ad" is It? Why,
Who has opened a
Coffee Saloon, on Hotel Street.
A Hot Dinner is provided Every
Day from 11 :30 A. m. to 1 p. M.
tSyCome and try his ColTee, otc.-a
Life Insurance Go.,
OF NEW YORK.
Cah Atsots, Docembcr31, 1887
Those who desire Bafe nnd prolitablo
Life Insuinncu nro invited to apply lo
S. IS. HOSE,
Honolulu, General Agent, Hawaiian
BY THE S. S. ZULMDIA
OHAS. J. FBSHEL,
Will receive a fine lino of
And a general assortment
Which we will oiler at vory
CHAS. J. FBSHEL,
Tho Leading Millinery Houso.
Corner of Fort & Hotel streets.
a tpbibib r
i jjfya LL
II f XL
O.'J & 05 TOUT
Boys' School Shirts, Boys' School Hals, Boys' White Shirts, .
giST AT VEKY LOW
A full line of Ginghams !
A full line of Batiste I
A Large Assortment of
Wo will cloio
SS GREAT REDUCTION-
For Gouts, Ladies,
-s3 man si-
E&rS &; COMPANY.
lent s Fnssisng ioods, &o
To 16 Ml i am store ii i Kinii !
MY ofUco will be closed frm Bcptem.
ber22nd to October 27th, during
my absenco from tho Kingdom.
M. E. GROSSMAN,
36 tf Dcntibt, !W Hotel St.
NOTICE to CREDITORS.
THE undersigned having been duly
appointed and qualified iw Admin.
itralers with the will annexed of tliu
Estate of Samuel Gardner Wilder, lato
of Honolulu, deceased; hereby notify
allj)erF0us having claims ugaiu-u suui
deceased to present tho same, duly nil
thontlcatcd, with tho proper vouchers if
any exut, even u securcu uy mortgage,
to Wm. F. Allen, Esq., at Hie Hank of
Bishop & Co., Honolulu, within six
months from this date or they will bo
forever barred. A. V. JUDD,
W. V. ALLEN,
Administrates with tho Will uunexed
of the Estate of fi. G. Wilder, de.
Honolulu, October U, 188S. . 70 1m
Cold Storage !
People's Ice & Refi iterating Com.
pany having lately built Two Largo
Refrigerators at tho Ice Factory,
aro now prcpiied to store Meats,
Fruits, Vegetables, etc., in samu at
rcasonoblo rales. The rates will bo
given to parties desiring Cold Btt
rage accommodations by tho man.
ager nt tho Factory. Both Tulc
phones at the Works. No lfi'l.
' J. IC. WILDER,
00 lw President.
TN answer to ncvcial
ccruiiiff Whalo Boat frames, wo
have now In courso of construction,
8 Whale Boat Frames 74 foct by 32 feot
long. Tlu-fco frames are bent In ono
piece of oak, and held to shape, thus
lcquhlnj'llttlotact to set tlicm up uud
build. Tho full frame for such boats,
Including cants, 45 sections 1n number,
Is sold at 828; witli large btftnw on keel,
nud ready tp plank $J0. Thoy aro not
intended to bo ellukcr built, nor as tho
frail imported wlialo boats proper, but
aro Intended for rough use tuiu uimmi
llty, yet light withal, for ilshiug and
trading purposes. We have exported
these fiaiuos and intend doiug io, and
make this offer to nuiutvurs and others
dehlrous of trying their hand, with
plenty of leisure and small cash to inako
a bublncsj. Will bund f rumen to any
given model from D to 2S tons. Also on
hand for sale Surf and Pluneuio itoaUs.
Stems, Knees and Timbers. Mutual
Telephone No UW.
DOWER & SON.
70 tt Boit Builders,
out at a
Misses & Children. 3GJ,
& G5 Fort Street.
ONE fine Milch Cow,
price, $12C. Apply
at the Bulletin Office.
MES. H. B. CAMPBELL,
"DreHHiualcIiiK. fco., 5fco.
I Hat commenced the business of Dress
fy making, Uutllng and Fitting, at her rest
id I dence, No. 73 Brrctaniu street, oppoiitq
,u. j the Hotel. The imtroungo of the Indies
is respectfully solicited. Satisfaction
HAVINa.beeu appointed by H. R. Ui
Princess Liliuokalanl to be col.
lector of all rents due of her lands,
therefore, notice is hereby girento all
tenants and lessees to puy nil rents to
me at Kapalonia, Houolulu, Oahu, at
the timo uud date specified la all the
leases, and I ain alone authorized to
give receipt for the same. Parties com
nig to pay their rents will pleasotalco
notice that they must bring their last
receipts with them.
Honolulu . October 8, 1 888." C7 3w
of Registration of Copy
right. DErAUTMENT OK THE IZtTEIlIOK,
Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands, j
KNOW nil Slen by those Present,
That, in accordance with the pro.
visions of Section 2, Chapters, of the
Session Laws of lB8f, J, M. Macdonald
has tiled in tho oftlco of tho Minister of
tho Interior an application for a C'ertlQ.
cats of Copyright for a book entitled
"The Honolulu Business Directory, be
ing a professional commercial and trade
address book of tho city and suburbs,
corrected up to date of ibsue," which
said application is accompanied by the
oath of tho said applicant that be in tho
orlgluul and rim author of t id book.
Mow, tkoroforo, this Certificate is to
grant unto tho said J. M. Macdonald, his
uoirs or assigns tor the term or Twenty
years, lroui luoicnin my ot u
One Thousand Eight Hundred and
Eightyulght, tho. exclusive right to
print, reprint, puuusu, use ana vena
tho (aid book throughout tho Hawaiian
In Witness wherci-f I have caused
this Cerlltlcate to be issued at Honolulu,
this lUh Day of October, A. D. 1888
mul the fc'eul of tho Department of the
Interior to be hereto affixed.
Minister of the Interior, ud tiittnm.