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Hack stand: Morchant
Blrcot. Telephones, 885.
WEDNESDAY, OCT. 24, 1888.
Stmr Knahi from Wnlnnao ami Walalua
ytnir 0 It Bishop from Koolau
Stmr Llkollka for Kahulul and Ilium at
5 p m
Stmr Kllauea Hou for Hamakua at C
VESSELS LEAVINC TO-MOnROW.
Stmr Kaala for Wnialua and Walnnae
ato n in
Stmr Knlmiloa for Lahaina at 4 p m
VESSELS IN PORT.
U S S Brooklyn, Wilson
S S Australia, Ilondlett
Bktno W 11 Dlmond, Drew
Ilk 0 O WJdtmorc, Ward
Brit bk Carnarvonshire, Williams
11 B SI S Cormorant, Jasper Nieolls
Ship Daniel llarncs, Strovcr
USS Alert, Graham
Bk 0 D Bryant, Leo
From San Francisco per bark Forest
Queen, Oct 2311 Wormlngton Mrs E
Wallace, S B Stevens, W B Koli, G W
Sane and J Ilerlit..
From Liverpool per ship n Ilackfolil,
Oct23 O Bclinc, URabe and 3 stow
aways. For Kauai per stmr Waialcalo, Oct
23 M A Gonsalves and 20 others.
For Hamakua and Lahaina per stmr
Iwalnnl, Oct 23 J- Marsden, W II Rlck
ard, C Bosso and 40 others.
For Kauai per stmr Mlkaliala, Oct 23
R A Macllo jr, A Brown and bride,
Judge J Ktila, Mr Smith, Mr Apoi, Mrs
A Lovell. Mr Katsura, C W Spitz, C II
Blsliop, E Kaatoa, llonGN Wilcox, 3
Chinese and fiO deck.
WILCOX At Orovllle, California, Sep
tember 25, of pneumonia, Charles II
Wilcox, aged 50 years, jtprmerly of
Waioli, Kauai, and brother of lions
Gcorgo N and Albert 8 Wilcox of Li
;t ' m ,i" ui..i,. i " ' " '..
LOCAL & GENERAL HEWS.
Boston Crullers to-day at tho Elite.
The galled jade (Advertiser)
Three, stowaways came on tho
ship H. llackfeld from Liverpool.
Several delightful showers of rain
have fallen to-day, and still they
How much longer is tho obstruc
tion at tho corner of Hotel and Ala
kea streets going to last?
, N.I ' '
The Royal Mail steamer Zealandia
is due on Saturday from San Fran
cisco en route to the Colonies.
In the Police Court this morning
a charge of adultery was pieferred
against Mrs. Aholo and S. K. Kaiuc.
A Poutuese had two of his fingers
jammed while cleaning the ongino at
the Honolulu Iron Works yesterday.
' Mrs. E. Wallace, mother of freight
clerk Wallace of tho Kinau, returned
from the Coast yesterday on tho bark
TiiEnvork on McKennoy's Hawai
ian Directory is comploted,the man
uscript has all gone forward and the
books will bo here on tho return of
Comacho, the Portuguese who shot
Flennolly, a sailor on the U, S. S.
Omaha, was yesterday acquitted of
manslaughter in the second degree
by a foreign jury.
The Interior Office's auctioneer
sold a picco of land situate at Kipa-
hulu, Maui, containing an area of
' Cfj-100 acres, at noon to-day to W. K.
Kcoho for $75.
It is rumored that the Amateur
Minstrels have assented to give
another performance. This is by
urgent and special request. Ear
trumpets will bo in order.
The salo of household furnituro at
tho residenco of G. W. Burgess.
Borctania streot, this morning by Mr.
J. F. Morgan was largely attended
and good prices were realized.
. Mr. S. Ehrlioh of tho Temple of
Fashion will not only return on tho
Zealandia with a wife, but also with
a very largo and complete stock of
now goods, selected by himself.
At noon to-day Mr. L. J. Levey
sold by order of Bishop & Co. mort
gagees, tho six lots on tho Kulaoka
Iiua plains to T. It. Walker, Esq., for
$7,200. Tho bark Lilian was with
drawn. i m '
According to Mr. E. R. Butler
mosquitoes have been hero since 1820,
In that year a Spanish vessol put into
port for repairs and landed hor wator
casks. That is whoro tho frisky litllo
insects came from.
Mu. N. S, Sachs of tho Popular
Millinery Iioubo, contributes a nico
article iu this issuo on tho replenish
ment of his stock of dress goods, and
tho goods in fashion for tho fall sea
son, It is on tho first page. Read
It is true, yesterday's Bulletin
was, according to tho dato lino, a day
old when it was issued ; but tho "Ad
vertiser's" shipping 'column sont off
the Australia and other vessels on
tho 22nd, a day beforo their departure.
Wtl.l it not soon bo time to call a
mooting to fiuiko arrangements for
tho coming of tlio baseball tonms in
Mystic Lbdge No. 2 K. of P., at
7:30. Amplified rank.
Services at tho churches, nt 7:80.
Onhti Lodge No. 1 K. of P., at
Drill Co. C Honolulu Rillcs, at
THEY FOUND NOTHING.
When tho schooner Lavinia arrived
at Ewa yesterday, the Deputy Sher
iff and some police oflleers went on
board and searched the vessel care
ftdly expecting to find opium. They
The Post Oillco dispatched by the
Australia 4082 letters and 981 pack
ages of papers. By the threo steam
ers which have left since Thursday
for San Francisco there has been
forwarded from tho oillec 9273 let
ters and 19GS packages of papers.
The Y. M. C. A. have engaged
Mr. A. D. Bisscll to teach a class in
vocal music iu their hall one evening
each week, if a sufficient number of
young men desiro to join. Tho pre
liminary steps will be taken to-morrow
evening. Any young men who
would like lo join, whether members
of the Association or not arc re
quested to be present at 7 :30.
THE OCTOBER TERM.
On Saturday the October term of
the Supremo Cout will end by limi
tation. There arc still a number of
cases to be heard. The term has
been a somewhat heavy one, and has
proceeded as expeditiously as possi
ble. It may be that a special term will
have to be held as it almost impossi
ble to get through with the balance
of the cases on the calendar.
Three sales of land were held at
Mr. Morgan's auction rooms this
noon. A piece of land containing
an area of G0-100 of an acre situate
ut Kapalama was bought by lion.
W. E. Castle for others for $440.
Two pieces at Laic were sold for
$50 and $150 respectively to C.
Booth. An area of 52-100 acres at
Kalaepohaku was purchased for
890 by Mr. A. Rosa for others.
A JURYMAN'S MIND.
When .the foreign jury was called
in the Supreme Court this morning
to try the case of a Chinaman for
perverting justice for whom Col. V.
V. Ashford appeared, and had taken
their seats, one of them P. Godfrey
rose and said he did not want to
serve on a case if it was thought
that personal differences would in
fluence his mind in giving a verdict.
In this case his mind would not in
the least be affected in rendering a
verdict, but if Col. Ashford were
being tried it would. Up to this
morning Godfrey has been called
eight times but has only sat as a
juryman in one caso.
OPIUM IN POSSESSION.
Scarcely a day passes now that
there is not a case in the Police
Court where opium is concerned.
Four Chinese and two natives were
charged this morning with linving a
preparation of opium in possession.
One of the natives, Iopa, pleaded
guilty to tho charge and was fined
5n with ten days imprisonment at
Ah Sung had a similar charge pre
ferred against him. He had many
questions to ask the witnesses for
tho prosecution and in defence made
a very noisy speech. When the
Court fined him 50 with ten days
imprisonment at hard labor lie sat
down in the dock with a most con
tomptiblo look of disgust on his face.
SUPREME COURT OF THE HAWAIIAN
ISLANDS OCTOBER TERM.
Tuesday, Oct. 23rd.
Tho King vs. Manuel Gomez Co
macho. Manslaughter, second de
gree, in killing John Flcnnclly, a
marino of the U. S. S. Omaha on
July 21, 1888. Arraigned on Oct.
1st, pleading not guilty. The jury
returned a verdict of not guilty, two
dissenting, Attorney-General for
the crown ; A. S. Ilartwell for de
fendant. Kahananui (w) vs. Kahananui (k).
Divorco. Further heard.
Wednesday, Oct. 24th.
Tho King vs. Ah Sun. Pervert
ing justice. Tho defendant is
charged that on July 5, 1888, lie
corruptly -gave to Makaila, a duly
commissioned constable of the Ha
waiian Government, a gift of 325 to
influence his acts as auck constable.
Tried beforo a foreign jury. Attorney-General
for the crown; V. V.
Ashford for defendant.
m. i iiiiHjiuriua-uiiruiLEi iiiiiivr.iviiin . .
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In probate, guardianship of Snm -
ucl Monkeawe. Ordered that tho
account of D. P. Sanford, guardian,
be approved and that he bo dis
charged and his bond cancelled.
W. .0. Achl for petitioner.
Professor Pasteur has received
advices from Sydney, N. S. W., to
tho effect that his method of the ex
termination of rabbits has been
tried experimentally on llliodo Is
land, iu Fort Jackson harbor, and
has proved a perfect success.
KOLOA, KAUAI, LETTER
Although thero aro at Koloa
scarcely 1000 inhabitants laborers
included, yet it is doubtful if even
the city of London could coino any
ways near to tho standard of this
place, as regards gossiping, or the
number of political factions, the
latter of whom must certainly num
ber about 50, comprising tho thrco
principal parties, namely: (1) Su
perior Intellect, (2) All Fools, and
(3) Independent Parties. Thanks
to tho law enforcing tho secrecy of
the ballot, it has been found that
tho first party enjoys a membership
or one, while tho third party enjoys
a membership of probably three;
the rest being members of the All
Fools Party. Between tlicao parties
the Independents enjoy tho most
of the fun, as they appear in the
role of disinterested spectators,
leaving the other parties to do bat
"tlu amongst themselves. Tho first
party is quite active in its warfare,
and would undoubtedly carry of
the palm if some new life had not
been infused into some of the mem
bers of its most cordially hated ri
val, the All Fools Party, whoso
platform guarantees to all perfect
liberty in speech and actions, in the
use of food and drink, liberty to all
to worship according to their con
sciences, equal rights with their
fellowmcn, and the fullest enjoy
ment of all the privileges pertaining
to citizenship ; while tho platform
of the first party is rather a one
sided document, for all who are not
in accord with its views on religious
or prohibition questions, arc to bo
forthwith cast into the darkest dun
geon until they promise to repent
and live according to tho laws of
this party. It also promises to. get
rid of its opponents by blackguard
ing them or boycotting their busi
ness. Finally the party platform
promises to run out of Koloa all
those who should have ah, I was
going to say the manly courage
audacity to criticize tho soundness
of this curious document the" plat
form of the high and noblo Superior
Not a little excitement prevails,
caused by tho disclosures of some
persons, carrying the proud inform
ation to the people of this place,
that they need not be ashamed of
Koloa, as it seems to keep up with
a progress that might be envied by
a much larger city, by boasting of
possessing a well organised opium
However the greatest excitement
at present is caused by the notice of
our Deputy Sheriff, who will, on
the Mikahala's noxt arrival from
Honolulu, seize al.l beer, wine or
liquors.scnt to this, place, as being
against law according to a new Act,
lately passed. This official claims
that the law relating to the amount
of liquor, namely, i gallon of beer
'or wine, or one quart of ardent spi
rits, allowed to be kept on the pre
mises where a business is carried
on, for which carrying- on of such
business a licence of the Govern
ment is rcquir.cd, docs not apply to
licensed dealers only, hut to all
private parties as well, no matter
whether capitalist or laborer, judge
or policemen, doctor or quack,
minister or infidel, mechanic or
bootblack. How this highly csteom
cd and popular official obtained this
interpretation of law, is a conun
drum mat puzzles a great many.
Some say that the high and noble
Superior Intellect party must have
allowed our Deputy Sheriff tho
gracious concession to inspect tho
new law wilh the help of this party's
private magnifying glasses, but to
prove the unreliability of the latter,
a person will receive on Wednesday
Oct. 24th, per steamer Mikahala, a
case of beer so as to give our courts
a chance to decide. a test case, in
volving the legal authority of our
Deputy Sheriff to carry his order
Considerable complaints are heard
concerning the management of the
Koloa Hospital. Although I have
not, as yet, had a chance to. thor
oughly inquire into this matter, it
must be nevertheless admitted that
appearances seem to prove the jus
tice of the complaints. No one
ever thought of grumbling when the
Government established with the
people's money this institution, but
what tho taxpayers are complaining
about is that they should bo com
pelled to pay for tho services of a
nurse or hospital steward or what
ever other name this individual may
possess, besides furnishing house
and incidentals lo himself and wife.
From information received it seems
that the hospital has had no inmates
for some lime, while it is said that
only two persons availed themselves
of its accommodations since its es
tablishment. The taxpayers of this
place aro certainly entitled to have
their rightful demand for an account
of tho business performed and ex
penses incurred, together with the
moneys received by the Koloa Hos
pital sinco its organization granted,
so they may know what uses
their money is put to.
Tho last cartload of cano of this
season's crop wus hauled to the mill
t . m . .. n
. .. jin.a nlinuK 1 1 .Ull n n
I UU IUIO UJ lib MUUItb ii.uu a III,
I.TI10 occasion was Bignulled by the
din and noise of the lamo steam
whistle, which sounded forth its
tunes for about IS minutes. The
carts null bullock's and mules were
decorated wilh garlands composed
of sugar cano leaves. The nutives
and laborers are going to liavo a
good time in anticipation of easier
duties for about a month, The last
sugar of this season will bo shipped
next week, whicli will bring tho
amount of this season's sugar ehip-
ped to 01,000 bags, or, taken at
tho pretty correct estimate of 17
bags to tho ton, 3,000 tons. Of this
amount A. II. Smith & Co. aro
shippers to tho extent of 5,900
bags; tho Knlua I.Ionu Sugar Co.
1,400 bags, while the rest has been
shipped by the Koloa Sugar Co.
witli the exception of a very small
ninount of sugar, hardly enough to
bo taken into consideration, that has
been shipped by a fourth part'.
Together with tho sugar used for
home consumption tho total amount
will como probably nearer to 55,000
than to 53,000 bags. Grinding on
tho new crop is expected to begin
again in 8 to 4 weeks hence, but
more likely it will bo in about G
weeks from now.
The condition of Mr
far from satisfactory.
A. Cropp is
has completely disappeared, bat the
patient is suffering from a severe
Koloa, Oct. 19.
CHINA AND THE UNITED STATES.
Tho Chincso Times of Septem
ber 15th has the following letter:
THE EDITOR OR THE 'CHINESE TIMES.'
Sir, By the last two cablegrams
from Europe, we have learnt with
surprise and indignation that the
U. S. Congress has passed a Bill
forbidding tho return of Chinese
after leaving the States, and can
celling all tickets of identity. This
is evidently in consequence of tho
refusal (and proper refusal) of our
Government to ratify the Treaty re
cently made in Washington by our
Minister thero and the American
Secretary of State, prohibiting
Chinese immigration into that coun
try for a period of twenty years ;
and the Congress, yielding to the
clamour of tho Anti-Chinese crusa
dors, has, passed this unjust and
unreasonable Bill, which is clearly
a flagrant violation of tho express
terms of tho treaties made with
China on the subject. Tho Bill
only requires the sanction of the
President before it becomes law.
This is the last straw that breaks
the camel's back, and China kds
now to take a decisive step in the
matter. If tho obnoxious American
Bill should be carried into effect,
there will bo- no other course open
for China consistent with her dig
nity as a nation than to adopt re
taliatory measures by prohibiting
the citizens of the U. S. from com
ing to China.
This, it will be seen, is by no
means proportionate to the harm
done to the Chinese interests in
America ; but it will have to be
done in order to show that the Chi
nese can do the same thing ; and if
this will have no effect in bringing
the U. S. Congress and Government
to reason and fairness, then it will
bo a question for China to consider
whether it is not time for her to
cancel her treaties toado with that
country, to recall her subjects from
there, to expel all the U..S. citizens
from this country, and to cease ail
relations and intercourse, diplo
matic and commercial, with that
Individually, I am strongly in
favour of a liberal policy being pur
sued toward all countries, and I
should be very sorry to see a single
step taken whicli might bo called
retrograde and anti-foreign; there
is, however, a limit beyond which
even tho most patient and long-suffering
cannot go, and the most ef
fective way to convince American
Congressmen of their folly who,
blind to reason and deaf to sound
argument, and reckless of the dis
astrous consequences that may hap
pen to other men, have passed the
obnoxious Bill in order to gratify
their prejudice or to become popu
lar with the Auti-Chiueso voters and
electors, is to treat their own
countrymen in China in the same
way as the Chinese are treated in
America. Yours obediently,
A Peking Official.
Peking, September 11th, 1888.
NOTIOE is hereby given that at a
meeting of the undersigned part,
ners of the Hawaiian Fruit & Taro Co.,
it was rcsolred to accept the charter
granted September 27, 18S8, by tho
Minister of Interior for tho incorpora
tion of the Hawaiian Fruit & Taro Co.,
(Limited.) VT. If. DANIELS,
A. N. KUPOIKAI,
J. I). HOLT.
Wailuku, Maui, Oct. 4, 16S8. Glj fiw
Dissolution ot Copartner
ship. npiIK co-partnership heretofore exist.
JL lug between tho undersigned, con.
etituting the firm of the Hawaiian Fruit
& Torn Co.. in Wailukti, Maul, has this
day been dissolved bv mutual consent;
the nssuts and liabilities of said firm
being transferred to tbe Hawaiian Fruit
Si Taro Co., (Incorporated.)
Y. II. DANIF.LS,
J. D. HOLT,
A. K. KEPOIICAI.
Wailuku, Maui, Oct. 4, 1883. (IS Sw
Election of Officers.
NOTICE is hcroby given that at a
meeting of tho stockholders of tho
Hawaiian Fruit & Taro Co. held in Wal
luku, Maul, October 4, 1888, the follow,
lug oilicerH were elected for the cusu.
John nichardsou President,
J. D. Holt Vice-President,
W. II. Daniels i &
'' ( Treasurer,
A. N. Kepolkai... .Auditor.
yr. ii. daniei.s,
Wuiluku, Maui, Oct. 5, 1888, CS Cw
MUSIC furnished for Dalle, parties
and serenades by Palmer's String
Bind. Orders left at O. E. Williams7,
or ring up Mutual Tolephouo MO. 74 tf
IfeHcti-dnder thi hwd art charged 10 ccnti
per Untor thtjlvit httertlon, anil 6 cwtt per line
txeru additional inciilcn.
A ROLLING pin gathers mi dough t
"Boston Ciollora" to-day atthn
Kills. 80 U
RYAN'S BOAT BUILDING
SHOP. Rear of Lucas' Mill.
muiuj.i1 rr-r-i-j s
Thoso whisking Taro Flour or Pol, in
bancls are requested lo ring up
Mutual B08-aTETEPII0NES-Bcl! 325
When their orders will bo promptly
G31 attended lo. '"'
JSoMietliiiijg- IWev !
"Whoso "ad" Is it? Why,
Who has opened a
Goffoe Saloon, on Motel Street.
A Hot Dinner is provided Kvcry
Day from 11 :30 A. M. lo 1 r. M.
t"Comc and try his Coffee, ulc.-a
Life insurance 0
ov new Yomr.
Cash Assets. Doocmbar3l, 1087
Those who desiro safo tvnd profltablo
Life Inauiuuco are luvitcd to apply to
Honolulu, denerat Accnt, Hawaiian
JTorfc Street, above Xloiel.
Portrait. Cabinet Size, $0 per dozen.
Curd Size, $4 per dozen.
Island & Samoan Views
$4 pur dozen.
OS?" For purchasers of more than a
singlo dozen a reduction of $1 on each
dozen is made. 59 Im
BY THE S. S. ZEMAMA
CHAS. J. FSSKElL,
Will receive a fine lino of
And a general assortment
Whicli wo will offer at very
CHAS. J. FISMEL,
The Leading Millinery House,
Corner of Fort & Hotel stroals.
&9H la &La8 BiiQ'aLy
B LIfia Lit iifl B fS?is!3pJ31p. -
63 & G5 FOllT STJtEET. j-
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Notice I Notice ! :k
By the "Zealandia,"
,. OQ4-K j.i: w,.i,
ujl ao.uu. ji tina jiumtn, ji.r. jlujllljlluij. mux jlu-
tnrn to Honolulu, with a large and complete
stock of Dry Goods, Gents' Furnishing.
Goods, Ladies', Gents', Misses' and Chil
dren's Boots and Shoes, etc., personally se
lected by himself in San Francisco and the
Bast, and whicli. will only need inspection,
to which the public is cordially invited, to
Sr8 r3? EC 2S "33
E-,A.N &c OOJOP-AJY.
lent s f
To lii H i hit store-i In liwjm !
MY office M-ill bj closed from Scptom.
ber 22ad lo October TAh, during
in absence from the Kincdom.
M. 12. UltOSSHAN,
8G tf Dentist, OH Hold t.
NOTICE to CKKBITGIIB.
THE undersicned having been duly
appointed and rpmlilluil ns Admin
MrfMcrh with the will atnexeil (if Hie
Eiditteof Samufcl Umuncr Wilder, lute
of Honolulu, demised; hereby notify
all I -loons having claims ugbinst wild
deceased tuprosout tho Rfune, duly ru.
thontleateJ, with tho proper vouchers if
uuy exist, even if eecurcct by mortnr-P.
to Vm. If. Allen. Tveq.. iti the Hunk of
Bishop & Co., Hnnoiuln, v.iiliin six
mouiiiu fvnin this date or tliuy will ho
forever barred. A. F. JUDI),
VT. F. ALLEN,
Administrators with tlw Will unntxrd
of tho Eslato of S. G. Wilder, de
Honolulu, October! I, 1838. 70 lm
People's Ice &
uly butllTwo La
pany having lately butllTwo Large
Hefrigeialors at the Ice Factory,
aro now prepared to sturo Meats,
Fruits, Vegetables, etc,, in tamo at
reasonable rates. The rates will bo
given to parties desiring Cold Hto.
rao accommodations by tho man
ager ut the Factory. Both Tele,
phouia at the Works. No lfi!S.
J. K. WILDER,
00 lw President.
IN answer to several enquiries con
cerning Whale Boat Framed, wo
havo now In course of construction,
!l Whale Boat Frames 74 feet by US feet
loug. Thefeo frames aro bout in one
pleeo of oak, and hold to shape, thus
requiring llttlo tact to set lliom up and
build. The full frame for such boats,
lucludlng can,ts, 45 sections In number,
Is sold ut 8''rt; with lartro stems ou keel,
mid ready to plank $40. They arc not
Intended to bo clinker built, nor an tho
frail imported whale boats proper, but
are Intended for rough use and durabi
lity, yet light withal, for llshlug and
trading purposes. Wo havo exported
these frames and Intend douig so, and
lunko this offer to amateurs ayd others
dmdrous ot trying their hand, with
plenty of lelsuru and small cash to make
a buslucas. Will bend frames to any
given model from S to 25 tons. Also on
hand for salo Burf and Pleasure Uoats,
Stems, Knees and Timbers. Mutiud
Telephone No 325.
DOWER & SON.
70 tf Beat Builders.
clue here on the 27th ''Mx
"ftr... Tru.,.iiVK :n
G3 & G5 Fort iitveoU
fine Milch Cow.
V.'rU1 Price. 5125. Aiply
9S-cej-J, at tho Bulletin Ofllct.
91 6td oav
KES. M. B. O&KPBELL,
RroaJama.lcliic:, &o 5fco..
)Tn eommeiicp.l tho business of Dress
msUtiiir, Culling itnd Fitting, at hw :esl
denre, No. IU huretanir. ijtreet, opui&ito
the Hot?!, The putro&fic'of tuel.riies
is respectfully solicited. Hatlsfii'tion
HAVING been appointed by H. .'.n;
PrincesH Ltli ..okxlaui to U col.
lecior of id! itflU liue of her ads,
therefore, notice is hereby given u all
tenants and lessees to pay ail rv'jai to
mo at Kcpnlumt", Honolulu, Oal ., at
iho time and date specified iu an the
leases, and I am nlone author i-d to
give receipt for the same. Partieu :om
hig to puy their reals will pleasr tako
notice that they must bring the!' last
receipts with them,
Honolulu, Octobers, 1883. r7 2w
Registration of tpy
rl0ut. Dzi'AnTMKNT 01? TUB INTERIOR, )
Honolulu, Hawaiian Iblauds J
TTNOW all Men by these Pro.:ents,
a, iimi, in accordance wuu tu pro-
viHions of Beet Ion 9, Chapter 3, ,f the
Session Laws of 18, J. M. Macdnald
has tiled In the office of the Minif.jr of
tho Interior nn application, for a Cortlfl.
onto of Cop.vrie.kt for a book ct Itled
"Tho Honolulu Uusluess Dltectorv, be
ing a professional commercial and' jade
address book of tho city and su' urbs,
corrected up to data of issue," -.vhlch
said application is accompanied by tho
oath of tuc suld applicant that bo is the
original and Hrst author of said b.-ok.
Now, theroforo, this Certificate Is te
grant unto the said J. U.Macdonn d.hls
heirs or assigns for the term of Treaty
Years, l'row the Ten'U Day of Otiofeer,
One Thousand Eicht Hundm. and
Eighty-eight, the exclusive right to VI
print, reprint, publish, use and vend
the said book throughout the HtfMlaa
u-inguom. . :
In Witness whererf I have ckumiVW"
Itilri Pnri ifli'Atfi tn lm ittRUf! t ITrtn.tluli '
this 11th Day of October, A. D 1888
a.idtlioKuul of the Dcpaitiuent of the.,,
interior in no nureio amxeil-
MiaUter of tho Interior, mi tttrnt