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HONOLULU CARRIAGE GO.
Hackstand: Merchant and .Fori
street. Telephones, )h)5.
MONDAY, OCT. 29, 1888.
llklno Amelia, Nowhall, '21 days from
Ilk W 11 Godfrey, Hubcl, '.'l days from
Stun- Iwnlnnl from Hauiakun via La-
Stmr Llkeliko from Mnul
Stmr Klnau from Hawaii and Mnul
Stmr Wnlalcalu from Knual
Stmr Mikaliala from Kannl
Stmr Llkcltke for Kahnlul and way
port9 at 5 p in
Stmr Mokolil for Molokal at 5 p m
Stmr Kiml.i for Wnlnnno and Wulnlua at
0 a m
Stmr Viva for Molokal and Mnul
VESSELS LEAVINC TO-MORROW.
Stmr Klnau for llilo and way porta at
4 p m
Stmr Mikaliala for ICaual at o p in
Bl; t! 1) Bryant for tan Francisco
Stmr Waialeale for Knital at 0 p in
From Kauai, per stmr Mikaliala, Oct
28-3 W Wilcox, II II Wilcox, M A
Gonsalvcs, A frpencer, 11 P I' aye, 5
Clilnaiucu and GO duck.
. From llniiuiUua via Lahnina, per stmr
Iwalanl, Oct 23 V Keccli, Miss L L
Lyman, J M Homer, O II Carter, and
From Kauai, per stmr Waialeale, Oct
28 Mr Midler and 15 deck.
From Maui, per stmr Llkelike, Oct 28
Hon II P Baldwin, Miss Giles, Mrs D
PKcltettand 2 children, P High, W
Goodale, E II Bailey, Mrs Achung, Miss
Mary Langford, II police officers, 2C
lepers and 1 prisoner.
From Hawaii and Maul, per stmr
Kinnu, Oct 28 J 11 Maby and 2 child
ren, G In hie, A T Atkinson, G S Bond,
Chuu Lung, T O Alania, Wong Kwai, W
Alau. W J Wight and son, Geo Cnmp
ton, II It Bryant, V 11 Mclncrny, Hon
J I Dowsett, Jr, Win Thompson, T E
t Waid, Mrs M Puui an child and C3
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr Iwalani 1,728 hags sugar, and 70
Stmr Mikaliala 231 nags sugar, 300
hags lice, fiO bags pia and 1 horse.
Stmr Waialeale 20 bafis rice.
Stmr Llkelike 100 bugs sugar, 30 bags
potatoes and 1 hoi so.
Stmr Kiuau 1815 hags spuds, 00 bags
corn, 13 wnlu awa, 40 pkgs hides, 2
horses, 11 hogs, 130 pkgs sundry.
The sailing of the steamer Half has
been deferred until Wednesday morn
ing. The Iwalanl will sail on 'Wednesday
. at 8 o'clock a m for Lahaina and Hnma
kua. , .,,., j '
WHITNEY At Pelekane, Honolulu,
October 27th, Mrs. Captain B. Whit
ney, aged CO years 0 mouths and 18
days. Leaves a husband and live
children to mourn her loss. San
Francisco papeis please copy.
- LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Next Thursday will bo All Saint's
Read tin; Honolulu Steam Laun
The Planters are in xrivate session
Several good horses and mules
are oifcied for talc.
The Wnikiki tram rails are now
laid nearly to Sunny South.
Several papilla of thunder early
this morning gave heavy sleepers
Cait. W. A. D. Acland, It. N
arrived on the Zealand to relieve
'Capt. E. Bourko of tho Hyacinth.
Miss Mary Green was present at
tho ninth annual convention of the
W. C. T. U. held at Woodland, Oct.
TURRU will bo n reception and
dance on tho U. S. S. Alert on Tues
day between tho hours of 3 and 7
Mr. A. T. Atkinson, Inspector
Goneral of schools, rclurncd on tho
Kinnu on Sunduy from tour of Ha
waii, . .
II. B. M, S. Carolino arrived at San
Itaincisco Oct. 10 th from Esquimau
en route to Acapulco, Tho Marquis
of Qiieensbury was on board.
Hawaiian Coinnieiciul Company
stock reached $35 October llith. On
that day 50 shares of Oceanic- Steam
ship Company stock were sold at
The term of Court at Waimea,
opens Tucbday November Otli. Mr.
Justice Dickerton presides and leaves
for Waimea on Hie Kinau to-morrow.
Tho calendar is rather n heavy one.
Owino to tlit worious illness of Mrs.
Xf. S. Luce after leaving Honolulu,
Mr. Luco was compelled to go right
through with her to England, Mr.
Luce will roturn to Honolulu on the
next mail steamer.
Marshal Soper has olfered $100
rowaid for tho apprehension and de
t livery to the police, of Aikualani and
Manuela Liilii, tho two lepeis who
committed an assault upon a police
ofllcer with u deadly weapon at Ewn
pn tho 21th inst.
Judok TJayton resumed Ills duties'
in tho l'olico Court this morning.
Ojji.y two cases enmo before tho
tax appeal hoard at Wuialua.
There is a vory smnll attendance
of planters at tho annual meeting
Mn. C. Bolto has been appointed
agent for Mr. G. West, owing to the
latlcrs ill health.
The U. S. S. Brooklyn corp of
engineers have been detached and
The hearing of probate of the will
of Cluirlca Bronig was postponed for
one week from to-day.
The thanks of the Bulletin arc
duo Mr. W. II. Graenhalgh for full
files of lato San Francisco papers.
Three very handsome electric
light chandeliers for tho Kaunmka
pili church came on the Zcalandia.
Marshal Soper, Captains Hopkins
and Larsen and Board Health ollicers
Itcynold and Ku all went to Ewa at
II o clock this morning.
The "Bulletin Weekly Summary"
crowded as usual with nowswillhooul
to-morrow morning. Send ono to
your fi lends by tho Bryant.
On Thursday next at 2 o'clock p.
m. tho annual meeting of the stock
holders of E. O. Hall & Son will bo
held at the company's office.
The Blue Itibbon entertainment
Saturday evening was only moder
ately well attended, but the pro
gramme was much enjoyed by those
EVENTS THIS EVENINC.
Baud concert at Emma Square, nt
Harmony Lodge No. 2 I. O. of O.
F. at 7:30.
Lodge Lo Progres clo 1' Oceanic A.
F. and A. M. at 7:30.
MAIL FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
The bark C. D. Bryant sails for
San Francisco to-morrow afternoon
at 2 o'clock. The Post Office will
dispatch a mail which closes at 1
o'clock. This will be a good op
portunity to answer letters received
by the Zealandia and to send tho
Bulletin Weekly Summary, aa the
Bryant will have 2C days in which
to reach San Francisco before the
next mail steamer.
gglJ UU-UJ. II I Igf
THE FIRST LADY LAWYER.
Miss Almeda E. Hitchcock,
daughter of the Hon. D. II. Hitch
cock of Hilo, Hawaii, was this clay
admitted as a member of the Hawai
ian Bar, to practice in all Courts of
the Kingdom. She presented cre
dentials as an L LB of tho Univer
sity of Michigan, U S A, and holds
license for practicing before the Cir
cuit and Supreme Courts of that
State. This is tho first lady appli
cant of the Kingdom as a lawyer,
and the forms of the Court had to
be suited in her case, they being all
of the masculine gender.
A circular from the Minister of
Finance to tax collectors specifies,
the tender in which taxes may ho"
paid. Any 6um not exceeding ten
dollars may Ije paid in United States
or Hawaiian silver coin. Any
amount over ten dollars must he
paid in United States gold coin.
Hawaiian certificates of deposit
above tho denomination of ten dol
lars arc equivalent to gold coin, and
will he accepted as such. These
arc facts for tax-payers to leincm
Tho Board of Education received'
tho following tenders to-day for tho
erection of a new school house at
Wailuku, Maui :
T. Andrews $2,G70
Walker & Bed ward 2,950
J. Wallace 2,290
Smith & Mills 2,198
II. F. Bertleman 2,500
Geo. Lincoln 2,350
B. Hoflgard .'. 1,800
Tho latter was accepted.
The Hawaiian Band will give a
public concert this evening at
Emma Square, commencing at
7:30 o'clock. Following is the pro
March Sword and Dagger Muller
Overture Scinlramide Iiosslnl
Fantasia Mill hi tho Forest (new)...
Duet Troubadour Verdi
Palamn, Kona, Malu I !co Ao.
Chorus Bivouac Pctrclla
Waltz Toreador Koylo
Polka Marvelous Tower. . . .Fain baeh
DEATH OF MRS. CAPtTWHITNEY.
After a long and severe illness,
patiently borne, Mrs. Capt. B. Whit
ney breathed her last at her resi
dence, Emma street, lato Saturday
evening. Tho funeral took placo
Sunday afternoon nud was very
largely attended. The Rev. Dr.
llqckwilh conducted the service and
the remains were interred in the
Nuuanu cemetery. The deceased
leaves a husbaud and five children
to mourn her Joss, much sympathy
being expressed for them.
Cut in a Salem, Ohio, beech tree:
"Hero S. Rogers killed a bear,
THE AK! CLAIM.
Tho dectfio rendered in tho case
of tho executors of Aid's will against
tho trustees of His Majesty's estate
has this day been affirmed by tho
Supremo Court in Banco. Tho
decree is that tho Aid claim of $71.
000 is to bo placed on tho schedule
of liabilities of His Majesty's estate.
PLANTERS IN SESSION.
ANNUAL MI'.UTIXa OP THE LABOR AN1
The annual mooting of the Plant
er's Labor and Supply Company
opened a few minutes after 10
o'clock this morning in their rooms,
Campbell's block, President II. P.
Baldwin in the chair.
The roll was called by tho Secre
tary Hon. W. O. Smith, when it was
found that 12,-MG shares were repre
sented out of 15,195.
The minutes of the last annual
meeting having been published in
full in the Planter's Monthly, were
not read. The Secretary read the
minutes of two . trustees' meetings :
ono held May 2d, 1888, to meet a
delegation of the Anti-Asiatic Union,
tho other on September 24th, to
make arrangements for the annual
Col. Z. S. Spalding moved the
election of oflleers be proceeded
with, and after that they adjourn to
some hour to discuss the condition
of tho company and take such action
as might be found necessary, in ac
cordance with a resolution adopted
one year ago aud which was referred
to a committee. The latter lie
thought would be able to make a re
port. As this matter was entirely
concerning the interests of the com
pany, he moved the session bo an
executive one. The motion was
President Baldwin thought they
might just as well go on with busi
ness until noon, as no doubt there
were reports to be read.
Col. Z. S. Spalding said he had
put on paper the result of experi
ments made by him since' the last
meeting. It explained the methods
cmploj'ed in the manufacture of
sugar, the technical tcims used, and
would give non-professionals inte
rested in the manufacture a better
knowledge of tho reports read at
these meetings. People had said to
him they nould like to read tho re
ports if they could understand
them. He would like to have as
many present of those interested in
tho manufacture of sugar, when his
President Baldwin thought it was
a very good idea to ask outsiders to
liear the report.
Col. Spalding said1 there was a
great many things put into the
Planter's Monthly that non-professionals
did not .understand. He
moved that the rules he suspended
and the Boaid of Trustees here
elected for the ensuing year.
Secretary Smith moved bb an
'amendment that Hobt. Halstead be
appointed in place of J. M. Lidgate
who did not wish to serve.
Both motions were carried. The
Board of Trustees is as follows: II.
P. Baldwin, II. F. Glade, P. C.
Jones, J. IJ. Athcitou,W. O. Smith,
C. M. Cooke, Z. S'. Spalding, Kobt.
Halstead and F. A. Sehncfer.
Mr. J. M. Horner read a paper on
cane cultivation, referring princi
pally to weeds and irrigation.
On motion of Col. Spalding the
report was received with thanks and
ordered to be printed in tho the
Mr. B. F. Dillingham next read a
paper on live stock. It contained
interesting statistics showing the im
ports of live stock, hay, grain, etc.
The committee think that a great
deal of cash has been sent out of
the country for slock inferior to that
raised 'here. The imports of live
stock during tho ten years, 1878 to
1887, amounted to 8834,080.09. Of
this amount S1G8J28.9C, nearJy
one-fifth of the whole, was for hogs.
An excellent substitute for imported
liny had been found in tho grass
known under the common name of
millet. A cutting of millet lately
made on the'premises of Judge Mo
Cully, gives about 2 tons to the
acre, a growth of two months. Five
crops can be taken off in the year.
It proves to be an excellent article
of feed. Summing up tho imports
of our live stock, hay, dairy pro
ducts; potatoes, etc., for 1887,
shows in the tables an aggregate of
8310,195.51. Tho expansion of tho
lire stock and small farm industries
means for these islands, the opening
up of great natural resources capa
ble of. sustaininlng a population
couutcd by millions, instead ot by
On motion of Mr. IJ. A. Schaofei?
the report was received and ordered
to bo printed. Mr. Soluiofor thought
the report a very elaborato ono and
contained the most reliable informa
tion. Considerable discussion took
place on grasses in which Messrs.
Horner, T. 11. Walker, Spalding,
C. M. Cooke, Dilllnglmm, Jones
nud Baldwin took part.
Mr. P. C. Jones, treasurer, read
the following report:
Bnlanco ciwh on hand Oct. 17,
1887 ! $ 31 00
Assessments collected for tho
year 701 45
Oct. 17, pi W. O. Smith for
borvicis $ 50 00
Oct. 29, pd Gnzetto for Plant
er's Monthly for Sopt C2 05
Nov. 1, pd Gnzetto for Plant-
ei's Monthly for Oct . .. 52 05
Nov. 1, pd II. M. Whitney for
Planter's Monthly for Sept.
and Oct 100 00
Deo. 3, pd Gazette for reports. 45 50
" " Planter's Monthly
for Nov 52 G5
Dec. 3, pd II. M. Whitney ,od-
itor P. M. for Nov 50 00
Jan. 7, pd Gazette advt. ..... 3 00
March 31, pd Gazotto for
Planter's Monthly 52 GO
May 19, pd II. M. Whitney,
editor, for 0 months, (Dec.
to May) at $50 300 00
Balance cash on hand 33 40
Debts duo and to become duo
advances by Brewer &. Co. $213 00
Duo II. M. Whitney account
Planter's Monthly, Juno to
Nov 300 00
Expenses annual meeting es
thnatod 50 00
. 33 40
Cash on hand.
Total net debt $529 90
Tho report was referred to the
At 11:50 tho meeting adjourned
APAKTNERSHIP has this day been
formed to carry on the Baggage
Express Business in Honolulu, under
the rm n.ame of Fisher Company.
W. n. CUMMINGS,
Honolulu, Oct. 29, 18(8. 84 In
rpiIE annual mrcting of the stock.
X holders of E. O. Hall & Son,
(Limited), will be held at tliootllceof
tho Company, on THURSDAY, Novem.
her 1st, at S o'clock r. u.
L. C. ABLES,
84 flt Secretary.
ON account of ill health I have ap.
pointed Mr. O. Bolte to he my
agent and to transact all my business
under full power of aitornev.
Honolulu, October 27, 1888. 84 lw
SMALL White Slut,
answerine to the
name of "Sacky," has- on
points of cars yellow ppotn.
Reward will bo paid on delivery to ilie
Executive Ofllcer aboard U. S. S.
Brooklyn. 83 It
A POSITION by a competent mnn,
Into hi rival from England, its
shipping clerk in a mercantile cstnb
Ihhmcut, or overseer on a plantation.
Is wull.acipialuted with English and
German correspondence nnd mathema
tics. Can alio act os stevedore. Speaks
Portuguese. Address "J. M," this
oftlcp. 82 8i
BY a Portugese married couplo a place
where the man can show his use
fulness as a good and competent servant
around a gentleman's place: take chargo
of horses and carriage. Wife is a first
class sower on the machine, and also a
perfect housekeeper, "willjnjr to do any
kind of work. Apply to Mr. Antonio
Oeorge, the florist, School street, Hono.
lulu. 83 lw
PERSONS send ing the Honolulu Busi
licss Directory to friends abroad,
will receive a large discount m the
price according to number pf copits
purchased. The nostago to any part of
the world, on each copy, la 8 cents; nnd
no better souvenir of Honolulu, at so
cheap a rate, is obtainable. For sale at
the book Btorcg and by
J. E. BROWN & CO.,
82 If 28 Merchant street.
COTTAGE to LET
ON I.ilihn. street, this aide
of School Btrcet. lalelv
1 occupied by Mr. ChaB. Kib-
Rent $12 per month.
M. S. GRINBAUM & CO.
N a nice locality, sur
rounded by well-kent
grounds, two suites of Fur
nished Rooms, with bath and dress
ing rooms, suitable for housekeeping,
nud If wanted an additional room enn
bo added to either. AlsoJ a Cottage,
with bath, stable and carriago room,
Address P. O. Box 500. 77 lm
District of Honolulu, Island of Oahu.
TAX Payers in this district are hereby
notified that the taxes of the cur
rent year will be due and payable at the
olllce of the undersigned, No. 'M Met.
chant street, this city, on the 1st day of
November, A. D. 18S8 Office open from
8 a i. to ft i M. daily. Any person de
siring to pay his-laxes before the aboru
mentioned date can do iu at the collec.
tor's ofllce u above Indicated.
t37"All amounts remaining unpaid
after the lOih day of December next will
be liable to an additional 10 per cent
unit costs of collection.
CHA8. T. GULICK,
Tux Collector, District of Honolulu,
Honolulu, Oct. 25, 1S88. B2.0J. 6!Mt
MUHIO furnished for hallc, pnitlea
and serenades by Palmer's String
Hand. Orders left at O. . Williams7,
or ring up Mutual Telephone 80. 74 tf
Xolieei ituilrr t' it l-cail cm chiignl 10 ttrit
per lliiffar thc.lr' inrrrtw and Co ntittrllr.t
tttry iiutllticnal inxulion.
EYAN'S BOAT BTJILDrNG
SHOP. Rear of Lucas' Mill.
Foreign Parcels Express,
THE undurlgncd ate now prepared
to forward parcels through Pitt &
Scott's London Agency, to nil pntls of
Europe, Asia and Africa; and nho to
Australasia direct, and to the South 8ca
Islands via Auslrnlinn or Now Zealand
ports. Tarllf intcs, which aro remark
ably moderate, have recently been fur
ntshed and may be learned upon appli
cation. Parcols or heavy ficlplit can also bo
scut for and brought to Honolulu from
any part of Buropo through Pitt & Hcoll'.i
Agency, nnd may ho Insured at the port
of departure if desired. Special onlcis
for European goods can be placed by
Pitt & Scott in England or through their
ugents in other parts of Etuopc; ami tho
packages forwarded by any route that
is best, at reduced heavy freight rata if
tho packages are lnrgo
J. E. BROWN & CO.,
Hawaiian Agents Pitt & Scou'ti
Expies". c 78 lin
Tho Nippon Ytn.cn Kalaha's Al
BnowH, : : Cojimanukb.
Will ho duo hero from Yokohama on or
about tho 13th Np ember and
will leave for tho above
port3 positively on tho
17th of tlie same Month !
Chinese Passengers for Hongkong
will be transferred at Yokohama by
first steamer leaving that port.
8SFFor Freight or Passngo having
superior accommodations, apply to
Win. G. IRWIN & Co.,
78 td Agents.
friAKE ROOM FOR
During Mr. Fishel's absence, who
went East to buy his Holiday
Goods, our cntiie stock of
Fancy Clotlilnc. Hhoce, Huts &
CapM, Millinery, dr.,
Will be sold at Greatly Reduced Prices
In ordor to make loom for New
Goods. We will offer the
Biggest Bargains in
In tliis country.
Our $13 Hals will bo sold for $2.7fi;
Our $0 Hats will ho sold for i'.l.W'.
Our $3 Hats will bo sold for $1.75;
Our $10 Hats will be sold for if 0.00 ;
Our $15 HaU will bo sold for 8.75.
f e lin Remits
li all Deiiailiiits !
Goods will bo slaughtered for
TIIIHTY DAYS ONLY.
Boys' Fine Straw Hats only 25
Our Linen Lawns take the cake.
Price our Eibbons !
Otii- stock of Ribbons is coniplolo and
you may expect bargains.
Wo Must and wo Will soli in order to
inako room for New Goods.
CHAS. J. F6SHEL.
Corner oi Fort U Hotel Strcols.
Dully lJullutln." DO cents per mouth,
0:j & C5 FOllT STREET.
or 28th of this month.
turn to Honolulu with
stock of Dry Goods,
Goods, Ladies', Gents', Misses' and Chftl
dren's Boots and Shoes, etc., personally, se
lected by himself in
East, and which will
to which the public is
MlilllMUHlympipgpmi,,, IIJ BjiJII
-8 rs? h
3E3w-T Se COMPANY.
To lie fii ii any
DURING tho temporary absence of
our Mr. Win. . Irwin from this
Kingdom Mr. W. M Giflard will act for
our linn under power of , aitornev.
Wu, Q. IKWIN it CO.
Honolulu, Oct. 24, 18s8. 7tf iir
DURING the temporary abaenco of
our Mr. Wm, G. Irwin from this
Kingdom Mr. Frank P. Hustings will
act for our bank in all matter of bush
OLAUS SPKECKELS & CO.
Honolulu, Oct. 23, 18;8. 70 8w
aMIE conditions, of the power of at.
. lorney authorizing an agent for
H. It. II. Liliuoliulaiil, having been fill
Illicit, suhl power hns ibis day been re
volad and cinrcllt'd.
ALEX. J. CAUTWRIGIlT.
Honolulu, Ocl. J!!J, 1. 7a jw
HPHE undorsignod respectfully glvc3
J. notice that on account of tho lack
of tlmu to clvu piopcr attention to ilio
iiiaiiogciucnt of tlm ' l'araillo of tho
Pacific" he has withdrawn fioiu all con.
nectlon therewith, nud tho ppor will
bo solely conducted by W, II. Graon.
halgh, who ho trufts will continue to re
eclvotho hearty support heretofore nc
corded this cll'urt to udvurtlso the ila.
walhu Kingdom aliroid.
81 8t J. J. WILLIAMS.
XN answer to several' onqulilos con
cerning AVhitlo float Krauies, wo
have now In cmirse of eoiifetructloii,
!1 Whale float Frames 74 feet by :i2 feet
long. These franie.8 aro bent In ono
piece of oak, aud held to shape, thus
rciiuhhiR little tact to net them up and
build. The full frame for such boats,
Including canta, 45 sectloiift hi number,
la Bold at yd; with lnigOBtouia on keel,
and ready to plimU 40. Thev arc not
Intended to bo clinker built, nor us tlm
CLOTHIPJQ S ,1
Benf sfurnishing loods, &o.l
fiail imported whale boats proper, hut
mo Intended for lough usu aud durabi
lity, yet light withal, for tlshlug ami
trading purposes. Wo have exported
these i mines and Intend doing ho, and
mnke this offer to ninatenra and others
desirous of trying their hand, with
plenty of IcUiuu nud small ciibIi to make
a business. Will bend frames to any
given model from G to '.'5 tons. Also on
hand (or sale Surf and Pleasure Heats,
Stems, Knees aud Timbers, Mutual
Telephone No 325.
DOWEU & SON.
70 1( Uoit Hullders,
duo here on the
Mr. Ehrlich will f
a large and complete
San DYaucisco and the!
onlf need inspection
cordially invited, ff
G:i Ss G5 Fort Street.
store ia flu agoi
17 - 88
ijnjs nno JttticU Cow
v- price, $125. Applx
in Hie UUI.I.UTUI uuice.
JH 8td oaw
LOT FOR SALE
a ii iyiuk Bireci, opposite
T TTt .. ..
SffSM. Mr. AttlAf-lnn'fl- tina.m
VvW5 tranlacf. nf AS ff l,v oit
t . .ii:..- . . .. 'i
mui uucii. apply lO
71 1 i TAIlv TIAnrr-pn
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A MARE and C'llt 1q
the Colt C m nths Jj
i old. Tho mare is foul by-rp,
xvuDiiue. ppiy to
Cor. Puuihbowl street and Palace Vallcj
7U lw .
ME3. M. B. CAMPBELL,
lr:niimlcliitr, -Jto., o
Hui commc-nnpil ilm lnwlnnca nt n.".'")
making, Culling Hiid Fitting, at bei xoeV-i
dunce. No. ?!i licrchiniu Ktr.f nn u
the Hotel. The pnlronago of the i-uHoaf
a tsijvjii.iuiij' nuiicni'u. oausia ittoa i
Certificate or Registration of Copy
Dr.l'AItTMENT OP THE INTKRIOII, ) -A
Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands f .jffl
KNOW all Men by these Pre.tti.if
'Unit, In necordanco with thi proi'S
vuions of taction 2, Chapter 3, of thiP
Session Laws of J 88$, J, M. Maedoaald
Ins tiled In tho olllco of the Mlulsierof!
the Interior nu application for a Certit .
PIIJ,0 J Copyright for a book entitled!.
"UioHpnolulu Business Directory, be-"'
lag a professional commercial and trade .-.
address bonk of the city nnd suburb
corrected up to date of Issue," which "
said application is accompanied by (he
oith of tho said nppllcant that he is tfca
oilginal and first author of said book.
Now. thf-rnfnri !)! Prlfl.Jn I. .-
grant unto tbo unld J. M. Macdonald.hl 1
heirs or assigns for the term of Twenty-'
l ears. lVom tho Tenth T).ir nf OtiW.
Ono Thousand Eight Hundred u4j
Lighty eight, the exclusive rigUt toil
print, reprint, publish, uso and veedtj
nu t-niu uook lurouguoui me uawaiiaj
Til WltnpQa wlinrftnf T t.awm a.i.Aj
this Certlllcato to bo Issued at Honolulu!
this 11th Hoy of October. A D 1W8
and tho Keal of the Department of I
Interior to bo hereto alllxcd
Minister of the Interior, adtHtcam,