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HONOLULU CARRIAGE GO.
Hack stand : Merchant mid Fort
Blrcet. Telephones, 835.
SATURDAY, OCT. 27, 1888.
Stmr Mokollt fioin Muloknl
Sltnv Viva from Moloknl and Maui
JStiiir Wnhilculu from Kauai ut 5 p m
titnir .fas Mnkco from Kapaa
S S Zcnlnndlii from Snu Francisco en
ronto to the C otolites
Bk Amy Turner from Boston
a B Zcalandia for tho Colonies at 3 p m
Sclir Sarah & Eliza for Koolan
SlSTKn Bonavontura returned to
day from (ho States with two Sisters.
Fathor Sylvcstor also canto back.
Mr.ssns. Hackfeld it Co. have some
now advertisements in this issue of
Tun annual meeting of tho Planters'
Labor and Supply Co. opens at 10
o'clock Monday nioining.
Messhs. II. Hackfeld & Co. have
just received German grocciies ami
Norwegian canned goods.
Gaudauk won the road Bculling
raco in flow orif, covering auu
miles, Ross 2d, 1G2; l'laisted 3d, 455.
in "' !'"!' ' ' '
Cavtain Lnrsen captuicd two
lepers, a man and a woman, at Ewa
yesterday, but as yet the two shooting
topers havo not been caught.
Mesbrs. E. 0. Hall & Son havo re
ceived a largo now stock of goods by
the bark II. Hackfeld, particulars of
which appear in our advertising
VESSELS LEAVING MONDAY.
Stmr Likollke for Knhulul aud way
ports at 5 ) m
Stmr Mokollt for Molokai at 5 p m
Stmr Kaala for AVaianno and Watalua at
9 u m
Stmr Viva for Molokat and Maul
' VESSELS IN PORT.
U S 8 Brooklyn, 'Wilson
Bktno V 11 Dluiond, Brew
BkOO Whttnioic, Ward
Brit bit Carnarvonshire, Williams
HliMS Coi niorant, Jasper Nleolls
Ship Daniel Barnes, Strover
USS Alert, Giaham
Bk O 1) Bryant, Lee
Prom Kapaa per Jas Makce, Oct 27
Col Z S Spalding.
From San Francisco per S S Zealan
dla, Oct 27 Capt W A D Ackland aiid
servant, SUtcr Anthony, J T Aiundel,
Sister Bonaventura, M Urasch, P Bun
ker, A F Cooke, O 31 Cooke, S Ehilich
and wife, WWGoodnlc, Br M Gross
man, Henry Grottier, Paul llainll, C T
Hancock aud wife, Mrs A E Hitchcock,
Miss llttcheock, M Judali, wife and in
fant, J II Kennedy, J Kldwcll,N Knud
scu, II W Peck. W J Smith, lion L A
Tliurston, Sister Vincent.O E Williams,
"W K llltclieock, O II Kluegel, Father
Sylvester. In transit for Tutulla 1,
Auckland 27, and Sydney 103 passengers.
Fresh trade imls about Kauai.
Kcalta mill will lesume grinding on
the new crop on Nov. 1st.
1,070 empty barrels, 1,050 of which
contained petroleum, were brought heie
from Kapaa by the steamer Mnkco this
morning, to be taken to San Francisco
by the Bryant, Tuesday, to he re-lllled.
LOCAL & CENTAL NEWS.
Mit. S. Ehrlich and biide niived
on the Zcalandia.
Tun Oceanic Council 777 Ameri
can Legion of Honor has just receiv
ed by S. ' S. Zcalandia, iv draft for
$5,000 being benefit policy of the
late Henry J. Hart.
That pretty oil painting in the
Pacific Hartwaro Co.'s store, men
tioned in yesterday's issue, is a land
scape and was painted by Miss Lulu
Fanning of California.
In the Supremo Court this morn
ing in tho caso of W. O. Achi vs.
Isabella A. Achi, divorce, tho plain
tiff's motion for discontinuance was
allowed. Mnria Hagorman was grant
ed a divorce from Harry Hagcrman
for extreme cruelty and failuro to
provide. The defendant was ordered
to pav $25 into Court by next Satur
day or bo lined for contempt.
HUMPTY DUMPTY TROUPE.
By tho Australia duo November
Ulth, Gayford and Silbon'a Ameri
can llumpty Duinpty Company will
airivc in Honolulu and give a series
of performances at the Hawaiian
Opera House, under tho manage
ment of Mr. L. J. Lcvoy. They
leave Nov. 2 1th for tho Colonics on
A San tfrancisco paper says of it:
This company, formed for n forty
weeks season in Australia and Now
Zealand, completed its organization
in this city to-day. It is a very
strong one, consisting of tho follow
ing talent : Ullbou Ti oupe,tho Dales,
Moultou & Dashwny certainly tho
best in their lines of business in the
county the Stiik Family of panto
mimists, Pico Adams, Nobar llas
siu, the Arab Acrobat; the Tudors
and others. This company will bo
the strongest specialty organization
ever taken to Austialia. It will
sail on tho steamer of Nov. 6th.
"With such a combination of talent
there can be no such word as fail
connected with it. "We expect to
hear great things of its business.
rpilE adjourned uinual meeting of tho
JL Haiku Bugar Co. will be hold Ht
Ihooulcoof Castlo fc Cooko, on MON
DAY, the P9th instant, nt 10 o'clock A. m.
J. B. ATHERTON,
83 It Secretary.
BMALL Whito Slut,
answering to tho
nnmo or "aaoKy." nas on
points of cars yellow spots.
Howard will ho paid on delivery to tho
Executive Ofllccr aboard U. S. S.
Brooklyn. 83 It
A POSITION bv a eompotent man,
hilu arrival from Ennlnnd, as
shipping clerk In n mercantile estab
liMimeut, or overseer on a plantation.
Is welbncnualntcd with English and
German correspondence and mathema
tics. Can ho act as stevedore. Speaks
Poituguese. Address "J. M," this
ofUcn. 82 3i
EVENTS THIS EVENING.
Music at Yosomito skating rink at
Blue Ribbon League entertain
ment at 7: 30.
THE SAN MATEO.
.A dispatch from London, October
ICth says : Tho pumps of tho Ha
waiian steamer San Mateo, Crom
well, master, from London August
19th for Hongkong, Honolulu and
San Francisco, broke down on Sep
tember 24th, when the steamer was
off Socotra, nn island in the Indian
Ocean. The vessel was unable to
replace them until her anival at
want a situation.
A number of tho through passen
gers on the Zcalandia visited to pali.
The Chinese who arrived by the
Arabic wero released from quaran
Sixteen young men joined the Y.
M. C. A. singing class Thursday
Purser George McLano has our
thanks for files of late San Francisco
BLUE RIBBON LEAGUE.
The usual entertainment by the
Blue Ribbon League, will lie given
this evening at the Y. M. (J. A.
Hall, commencing at 7:30 o'clock.
Following is the programme :
Piano Solo Mr. Bisvcll
Song Mr. ,T. McGuirc
Rcaulng Miss M.E. Spooncr
Duet. ...Miss Bcckwitli & Mis. Damon
Address Rev. W. C. Men tit
Dr. Grossman, tho dentist
passenger on the Zcalandia.
got a new hat.
.. I,. .
Messrs. C. M. Cooko, W.
Smith, J. Kidwell and A. F.
returned on tho Zcalandia.
Mr. J. T. Arundel was among
passengers on the Zcalandia.
The Hawaiian Band will give a
public concert this afternoon at
Emma -Square, commencing at
4:30 o'clock. Following is the pro
March Sword and Dagger (new)... .
Chorus Bivouac Petrella
Duet Troubadour Veidi
Overture Semlramlde Rossini
"Waltz Toreador Roylo
Polka Marvelous Tower (new) ....
THE BARK LILIAN.
"When it was learned that Mr
Chris. Gertz had bought tho bark
Lilian all sorts of rumors wero cur
lent ns to what he was going to do
with her. Some said ho was going
to put her on between 'Frisco and
here in tho sugar and boot and shoo
trade; others that he intended to
take the members of the Arion Mu
sical Society on an extended picnic,
while another said ho was going to
take his family to Germany and
back for a trip.
Our reporter tumbled across
Chris, this morning, looking as neat
as a newly baked pretzel and as
happy as a clam. What' are you
going to do with the Lilian? said the
Mein gott! said Chris; vat is the
matter vid you, vat you vant know
Is she going to leave the port,
No, she is not; I am going to
break her up and have already got
six men at work. Now, do you
vant to know anything further?
No, Chris., that is all. So long.
A DROP IN SUGAR.
From Williams, Dimond & Co.'s
circular ia clipped the following un
der date of Oct. 20th. :
Since last advices, Oct. 9th, the
two refineries have made six changes
of prices, reducing cube from 8 to
7$ between the 9th and ICth, and
advancing again on the 17th to 7$.
Latest telegraphic advices from
New Yoik under date of October
19th, rcpoit market dull but steady.
Cuba centrifugals 90 test, G cents,
London beets 88 test Ms 3d ; Euro
pean and foreign markets un
changed. Both of the California beet facto
ries are now at work, but as yet too
early to give definite results, al
though it is reported that the Pacific
Coast Sugar Co.'s product will be
on the market shortly, and that the
Spreckcl's factory at Watfeouvillc, is
turning out about 200 tons of raw
A dispatcli from New York re
ceived in San Francisco about three
hours before the Zenlandia sailed,
says : A sale of Cuba centrifigals,
9G test, was made at G cents. This
is a drop of i of a cent.
DURING the temporary absence of
our Mr. Win. G. Irwin from this
Kingdom Mr. W. M. Glffard will act for
our urm undor power of attorney.
Wm. G. IRWIN & CO.
Honolulu, Oct. 24, 1838. 79 3w
DURING the temporary absenco of
our Mr. Wm. G. Irwin from this
Kingdom Mr. Frank P. Hastings will
act lor our hank in all matters of busi
ness. CLAUS SPRECKELS & CO.
Honolulu, Oct. 23, 18S8. 79 3w
THE conditions of the power of at
torney authorizing an agent for
II. R. H. Liliuokalani, having been ful
filled, said power has this day been re
voked and cancelled.
ALEX. J. OARTWRIGIIT.
Honolulu, Oct. 23, 1888. 78 lw
COTTAGE to IiET
Jfttlct Urtilcf t it luail i re chirtmd JO ceils
per hut for ftafin I nei fir , nJ.!i itif lr Hut
ci'eru aSdiliOiial insertion.
TTAirs-" boat budLdinci
SHOP. Rear of Lurn' Mill.
Foreign Parcels Express.
THE undersigned aio now prepared
to forward p.ucols thtotigh Pitt &
Scott's London Agency, to all parta of
Europe, Asia and Africa; nml nlso to
Australasia d licet, and to the South Sea
Islands via Australian or New Zealand
ports. Tarlil' latcs, vihich arc remark,
ably moderate, havo lrccntly been fur
nished and may tic learned upon nppll.
Parcels or heavy ficlght can nlso ho
sent for and brought to Honolulu from
nny part of Europe tin ough Pitt & Scott's
Agency, and may ho insured nt the port
of departure if desiicd. Special orders
for European goods cnu be placed by
Pitt & Scott in England or through their
agents in other parts of But ope; and the
packages forwarded by any route that
IB best, at reduced heavy freight rates if
tho packages are lairc
J. E. BROWN & CO.,
Hawaiian Agent Pitt & ScotlM
Express. 78 lm
Tho Nippon Yusen Knisha's At
BnowN, : : Commandeu.
Will be due hero from Yokohama on or
about tho 13lh November aud
will leave for tho above
ports positively on the
17th of 'die same Month !
If !(! pi(riM
03 & G5 FOltT BXREET.
By tho "Zcalandia," duo lioro on the 27th
or 28th of this month, Mr. Ehrlich will re
turn to Honolulu with a largo and complete
stock of Dry Goods, Gents' Furnishing
G-oods, Ladies', Gents', Misses' and Chil
dren's Boots and Shoes, etc., personally se
lected by himself hi San Francisco and the
Bast, and which will onty need inspection,
to which the public is cordially invited, to
O: & 05 Fort; Street.
ON Li 1 ilia street, this Bide
of School street, lately
I occupied by Mr. Chas. Kib-
Rent $12 per month.
M. S. GRINBAUM & CO.
Chinese- Passengers for Hongkong
will ho transferred ut Yokohama by
first steamer leaving that port.
I"For Freight or Passngo lmving
superior accommodations, apply to
Wm. G. IRWIN & Co.,
7S td Agents.
THE Store at Wninlua be
longing to the Emeison's.
For terms enuuiro of
S. N. EMERSON.
Wuialua, Oalm, Oct..lS83. CD 2w
TN a nice
grounds, two suites of Fur
nished Rooms, with bath and diet
ing looms, sultablu for housekeeping,
ami if wanted an additional room cm
be added to either. Also, a Cottage,
with bath, stable and carriage room.
Address P. O. Box COO. 77 1m
-! T 3H 3S "31-
EJca-.1 &: ooM:jp.A.iv"sr.
Cius. V. llousman, civil engineer
formerly a resident of these islands,
died recently in Bakersfiold, Cali
At 10 o'clock Monday morning the
annual meeting of the Haiku Sugar
Co. will be hold at tho oflico of Cas
tle &. Cooke.
Foun young wahincs wero each
fined $3 and received a good lecturo
from Judge Luther Wilcox in the
Polico Court this morning, for dis
turbing tho quiet of tho night.
At latest advices Col. G. W. Mac
farlano Was quite sick in Now York.
Ho caught a severe cold in Montreal,
and erysipelas had set in. His doctor
would not let him travel owing to
Mh. J. C. Klein, a well known San
Francisco newspaper man, was a
through passenger on tho Zcalandia
on routo to Tutuiln. Ho is going to
writu up Sumouii affairs for tho S. F.
"Examiner" and tho N. Y. "World."
His Excellency L. A. Thurston,
Minister of Inteiior, returned on tho
Zcalandia looking tho picture of good
health. Ho toports Mrs. Thurston
impioving in health, and politics all
the rago in tho States.
SEitanANT Harrington, of tho U, S
S, Vandulia, author of "tho Chaplain
Afloat," and well known to many
Honolulu people, was invalided on
tho day tho Ynndalia loft this poit,
and has been a sick man ever sinco
Ho ia now in tho naval hospital at
Maro Island. His trouble 1b acute
R. M. S. ZEALAHDIA.
The Royal Mail steamer Zcalan
dia arrived at her dock shortly be
fore 11 o'clock this morning, from
San Francisco. Tho first two days
out she experienced bad weather,
shipping an immense sea which
stove in one of tho boats. Her
smokestack showed signs of rough
weather. For Honolulu she brought
33 cabin and 22 steerage passen
gers, and had 131 in transit for the
Colonies. She resumed her voyago
shortly after 3 o'clobk this afternoon.
PERSONS'sending the Honolulu Busi.
ne8s Directory to friends abroad,
will receive a large discount on the
price according to number of copies
purchased. The postage to any part of
tho world, on oach copy, is 8 cents; and
no belter souvenir of Honolulu, nt so
cheap a rate, is obtainable. For salo at
die book stores and bv
J. E. BROWN & CO.,
82 tf 28 Merchant street.
NOTICE to CREDITORS.
MAKE ROOM FOR
During Mr. Fishel's absence, who
went Eaet to buy his Holiday
Goods, our cnliia slock of
6UPREME COURT OF THE HAWAIIAN
ISLANDS 'OCTOBER TERM.
This school house has been built
and furnished by tho Hon. C. R.
Bishop, from his own private purse
and, though on tho same enclosure
as the boys' school, is entirely dis-
Jtinct. It is handsomely fitted up
with overy possible convenienco for
the comfort of teachers and scholars.
Miss C. A. Reamer is principal, and
Miss flight and Miss L. Lyman are
teachers. The school will open on
Tuesday next. There are already
about 30 native boys, between 7
and 12 years old, on the roll.
A dispatch from Chicago, Oct'
18th, has the following : W. A. Kin
ney, law pai titer of Minister Thurs
ton of tliu Hawaiian Government, is
in this city to consult witli President
Spaulding of tho Chicago lliibeball
Club on tho subject of having tho
American ball teams stop nt Hono
'lulu on tho Austiulian trip and play
ouo or two games. Ho assures them
a hearty reception..
"Bo Quick or You'r Dead" is the
title of a story about a Westoin
A band of Gypsies took in 150
for fortune telling in a Michigan
town on a recent Sunday.
Tho Vandcrbilt family, at last
accounts, held $10,000,000 of tho
4 per cent Government bonds.
One sentence in President Cleve
land's Letter of acceptance contains
329 words. "Words, words."
A wooden derrick which ten years
ago cost tho Government 800,000
lias been sold at tho Brooklyn Navy
Yard for 81,200.
Tho epicures of tho East say
oysters arc better this season than
they have been for ten years. They
are fat and of good size.
Tho world is growing moro tem
perate. There is a large increase in
the number of men who do not use
intoxicants as a beverage.
Friday, Oct. 2Gth.
The King vs. Tonus et al. Gam
ing. Before foreign jury. Verdict
of not guilty.
T. Ahung vs. Ng San Kce. As
sumpsit. Clerks certificate of de
fault of defendant to answer being
filed, judgment is ordered entered.
Kanaloa et al. vs. Union Mill Co.
et al. Ejectment. Plaintiffs' mo
tion for new tiial overruled and cx
centious noted to ruling. W. C.
Achi for plaintiff ; W. O. Smith and
A. Rosa for defendants.
Kahelcmauna (k.) vs. Kcamalu
(k.). Replevin. Plaintiff 's motion
for a new trial overruled and excep
tions taken to the ruling. S. K.
Kane for plaintiff ; A. Rosa for de
fendant. at ciiAMimns nuFOiu: iiickkktom j
Castlo & Cooko vs. W. O. Smith.
Bill in equity fora specific perform
ance, praying that defendant, as
signee in bankruptcy of A. F. Cooko,
ondorso over to plaintiffs certain
shares of stock in the Haiku Sugar
Co. pledged to them as a security
for $12,000. In a former replevin
suit at law the defendant, being
then the plaintiff, recovered judg
ment in his favor for tho possession
of said shares, which wero not en
dorsed by tho bankrupt, said A. V.
Cooke. Tho question involved in
this caso is ouo unprecedented in
this Court, as to whether or not n
specific performance will He against
an assignee in bankruptcy. After
arguments the cabo was submitted.
W. It. Castlo for plaintiff; W. O.
Smith and Gardner Wilder for do
A cable dispatcli received at Mon
treal from London says orders havo
been issued for an increase in tho
strength of Royal Engineers at
Halifax by strong drafts from tho
submarine section of Royal Engin
eers from Chatham, ns well as from
the depot companies, Sevoral sub
marine torpedoes havo been ordered
THE undcrsiimed having been duly
appointed and qualified as Admin,
iftraters with the will annexed of tho
Estate of Samuel Gardner Wilder, late
of Honolulu, deceased; hereby notify
all persons having claims against said
deceased to present the same, duly a'u.
theutloatcd, with the proper vouchers If
any exist, even if secured by mortgage,
to Wm. V. Allen. Esq., at tho Hank of
lilshop & Co., Honolulu, within six
months from this date or they will bo
forever barred. A. F. JUDD,
W. F. ALLEN,
Administrates with the Will annexrd
of tho Estate of S. G. Wildor, de.
Honolulu. October 1 1, 1888. 70 lm
Fancy ClothliiBT, HIioch, IlatH A.
CapM, SXllIlnory, Ac,
Will be sold at Greatly-Reduced Prices
In oider to make loom for Now
Goods. Wo will offer the
Biggest Bargains in
lent s Fn'sfiK ioods, &g
To lie lU Ii 3HF store ii tie KliEioi !
f Y oflico will he eloped from Seplem.
ItJL tier 22nd to October U7th, during
my absence from the ICinirdom.
M. E. GROSSMAN,
30 tf Dcntht, US Hotel St.
LOT FOR SALE
ONE fine Milch 0w,
price, $1S5. Avply
at the Uulletik Office.
91 81(1 onw
District of Honolulu, Island of Oahu.
In this country.
Our $5 Hats will bo sold for $2.75;
Our $0 Hats will bo 'sold for $3.75 ;
Our $3 Hals will bo told for $1.75;
Our $10 Hats will bo sold for $0.00;
Our $15 Ilati will be sold for $8.75.
HPAX Payers in this district nrc hcroby
JL notified that tho taxes of (he cur
rent year will be due and payable at tha
oflico of tho undersigned, No. !58 Mer
chnnt street, this city, on the 1st day of
November, A. D 1838 Office open from
a a, m. to fi i' m. daily. Any person de
siring to pay his taxes before tho above
mentioned date can do to at tho collec
tors oflico as above indicated.
E3?A11 amounts remaining unpaid
after tho 15lh day of December next will
ho liable to an udditional 10 per cent
and costs oi collection.
CHAS. T. GULICK,
Tux Collector, District of Honolulu.
Honolulu, Oct. 25, 1P88. 83-0te9.4tn
ConiaM Iron !
Best Crown lirand.
6, 7, 8, and 9 Foot Lengths
Just landed Ex. Bhlp "Cockcrmouth''
For Sale in Quantities to Suit.
Also, COO Uhls. Whlto Bros.'
At the Lowest Market Rates.
I e have Remnants
Ia all DGBartments !
Goods will bo slaughtered for
THIItTY DAYS ONLY.
ON King street, opposite
Mr. Athcrlon'ts. Has a
frnnlmrn of !l!t frot liv 9!M
feet deep. Apply to
LANDS FOR SALE !
Boys' Fine Straw Hale only 25
Our Linon Lawns tako tho cako.
Price our Eibbons !
Our stock of Bibhons is completo and
you may expect bargains.
Wo Must and wo Will sell in or.dor to
make loom for New Goods.
PARTIES desiring Good
II juso Lots and Agri
cultural Lands mny inquire
of tho undersigned, ns I am ready to
rent or kasu good ami desirable Lands
for good homesteads in the future. The
eamu are as follows:
10 Houbc Lota at Hamahamo, AVaikihi
kai, Oahu; ' of the&u are close to the
Government road aud closu to the sea
1 House hot nt 1'alolo, Oahu
1 IIoutQ Lot nt Kauluwela, Oulm.
1 Hoiieu Lot at WaiUahalulu, Oahu.
1 Agricultural l.und ntllauuln, tiahu.
1 Aurlcultural Laud at Ewa, O.ihu.
4 Pieces ut Poluui, ltlmlmi, M.iul.
1 Piece at Nubian, Maui.
1 i'leco atllamakua, Hawaii, formcily
owned by S. 1'iululil.
CSTThe above Lanrfi will he leased to
to tlioen wishing frum 10 to in vcars. I
will bu found ut Kiipalamn, Honolulu,
Oahu. .1. HULEf.UHH.
Honolulu, Octobpr 25,1 8fc8. 81 aw
OWNER wanted for a
with saddlo and bridle.
J. E. BROWN,
3d Merchant street.
MARE and Celt
tho Colt G months
old. The nmro Is foal by'
Ivanuoe. Apply to
Punchbowl street and Palace Walk.
MBS. M. B. CAMPBELL,
Dx'OHHIUIllClllK'. i&O.. &Om
WILDER & CO.
CHAS. J. F1SHIEL.
Corner ol Fort & Hotel Streets.
1 PER in
tlio Kingdom "The
50 cents per mouth,
to several eiinuliies eon
Whulo lloat I'lanied, wo
have now In oourso of construction,
!l Whale Boat Framci 74 feet by 'M feut
long. There frame uio bent in onu
piece of oak, and held to hhape, thus
requiring little tact to tot them up and
build. The full frame for Mich boats,
including cauU, 4J sections in number,
Is sold at 8i-'8; with huge sterna on keel,
and ready to plnnlc $lt. 'Ihey are not
intended to bo clinker built, nor as the
fiall impelled wh.du boats pi oper, but
aio Intended for lough use and durabi
lity, yet light withal, for foiling uud
trading purposed. We havo exported
thefe Xiamen ami intend doiui; ho, and
make this offer to amateurs aud others
desirous of tiilng their hand, with
plenty of lclsiue aud Hindi cuMi to uiuku
u hublwus, Will bend frainei to any
given model from Ii to '.'& tons. Also on
hand for silo Surf and I'leahiiro Uoats,
Sleiu, Knees aud Timbers. -Mutual
Telephone No Iki5.
1JOWER & SON.
70 tf ' Boat Builders.
Jinn commenced tho business of Dross
mailing, Culling aud Fitting, at her resi
dence, No 7U Berelania street, opposite
tho Hotel. The patronage of the ladies
is respectfully solicited. (Satisfaction
Certiflcato of Registration of Copy
right. Di'.i'ANTMEjrr ov tub Ikt biuox, )
Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands. J
KNOW all Men by theso Preoonte,
Tint, lu accordance with tur pro
vlHions of Bectton 2, Chapter 8, of the
Session Laws of 1888, J. M. Macdoaald
has II led lu the oflico of the Minister o
the Interior an application for a Certifl
cato of C'opyrlcht for a hook entitled
"The Honolulu Uuslnoss Directory, be
ing a professional commercial and trade
addrues honk of the city and suburbs,
corrected up to date of Issue," which
said application is accompanied by the
oaui oi tue sam applicant mat no n mo
original and first author of said book.
Now, therufore, this Certificate ii to
5raut unto tho said J. M.llacdonald.hls
eirs orusslgns for the term of Twenty
Years, from thu Tonth Day of October,
One Thousand Eight Hundred and
Eighty-eight, the exclusive right to
print, re print, publish, use and vend
the said hook throughout the Hawaiian
In Witness wherecf I havo erased
UiU I'crtlilcuto to he Issued at Honplulu,
this 11th Day of October, A D. 1838
and the Bed of the Department of the
Iulurlor tj hit hereto afllxed
Minister of the Interior, adinitrxm.