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HOUOLULU CARRIAGE GO.
Hack Maud: Merchant and Fort
Blrcet, Telephones, 035.
Schr llaleakula tium IVpcckco
Sulii'tlosciiliiiu fiom Kwu
atmr Kiiimltoa fiutn Lnhnlmi
StinrKaala for Walalua and Wulauae
t at !) n in
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Bktne W II Dluiond for San Francisco
at 9 a m
For Kauai, per stmr Mlkahala, Oct 30
S W llcox and wife, Mis .1 Kiunlo,
Rev .T B llaualkc and wlfo, Mr Lesser,
JlrSSoheininelfcnlg,Mr Ktilamu, t Chi
nese, and 80 deck.
For Kllauea and Haualei, per stinr
Wnialeale, Oct 30 Mr Mullcr.
From a ciieult of Onhii, per stmr C R
Bishop, Oct yi .1 1' Kama, Mr Kalcl
kau, und 21 deck.
For Kauai, per stmr Jas Makce. Oct
31 W Eassie.
For Ilamakua, per stmr Iwalanl, Oct
01 J M Horner.
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr U It Bishop G;(7 bags lice.
Stmr Kuulii 00U bags sugar, 1,700 bags
Schr llaleakaln 2S0 bags sugar.
VESSELS iM PORT.
USS Brooklyn, Wilson
Bktne W II Dlniond, Dicw
Bk U O WhUmorc, Ward
Brit bk Carnarvonshire, Williams
II Ii M S Cormorant, Jasper Nieolls
Ship Daniel Barnes, Stiovcr
USS Alert, Graham
BkOD llrvant, Lee '
Bktne Amelia, New hall
The bark Foiest Queen has been
moved to the Inter-Island Company's
wharf to leceive sugar.
The bark Amy Turner, Captain C O
Johnson, uirhcd Satuiday, Oct 27, loi
days from lioston. She brought about
1,700 tons of cargo, iueluding 5,000 cases
of keio-.cno oil in tiausit for Manila.
The Amy Tmii'-r left Boston May
24th, anchored in Nuntaskct roads same
.day; was wind-bound theic 4 days.
After leavitig the rundsdiud seeral days
of light souilicily winds and foggy
weather. J uuo 0th, latitude 33 dog o'J
miu N, longitude -11 deg V-i miu W pars
ed thu wieok of the bilgautluu AVanen
W, of Umrlottetowu, V li I, water log
ged and disma-ttd. Took the N K
trades, In latitude, 30 deg N longitudo
40 deg W, and lost them In latitude 8
deg N, longitude 27 deg W. Had 7 dnys
of equatorial doldrums. Took the S E
trades in latitude 3 deg S and longitude
25 W. Crossed the equator in longitudo
28 deg W June 30th. Lost the S K trades
in latitude 20 deg a lougitirie 3S deg
AV. Was 24 days from BO deg S In the
Atlantic to 50 deg S in the Pacific with
almost a constant succession of head
winds. August ath sighted and passed
Cape Horn, mountain tops covered with
snow. Canicd N to N W winds to lati
tude 10 deg S longitude 85 dog W,
wheiuwe met tho S 13 tiades which
were light and bailing throughout.
Crossed the equator in longitude 121
deg W on the Otli of October Lost the
S Ji trades in latitude 5 deg N longitude
128 W. Took the N E tiades in latitude
10 deg N longitude 120 deg W. From
the tiiuu of leaving Naukisket Roads
until the S E tiades wcie cncouuteied
in the Pacific had only 10 davs of fair
wind. Sighted Hawaii on Fiiday morn
ing and made Honolulu the following
day at daylight. Captain .Johnson was
foimeily .in command of thu bark
Edwaid May, and Captain Nowell hav
ing been promoted to the new Hawaiian
iron bark Koohing Suey now on the way
iiom Glasgow to Sau Fraueisco, Cap
tain Johnson was oidered from Manila
to retmii and join the Amy Turner.
There were 7 steamers and 90 sailing
vessels sighted on the voyage fiom
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LOCAL & GENERAL (JEWS.
A house on Union street is adver
tised to be let.
Two passengeis left for tho Vol
cano yesterday on tho V. G. Hull.
Pkoof of claims in tho bankruptcy
of G. D. Freeth is set for Wednesday,
Tho regular meeting of the Debat
ing Society will bo held this ovening,
tho subject for debate being "Capital
On Monday next at noon tho an
nual meeting of tho Waikapu Sugar
Company will bo hold at the oilico of
(i. W. Mucfarlano & Co.
A i.uan, hungry looking cur was
tied by a lopo to u hitching post
near tho Fuuhinn stables this morn
ing, a sight to behold. An end was
put to its Milloiings later on. '
Tun Haleakala Ranch Company
has accepted a chatter of incorpora
tion and elected tho following olfl
cera: Piciiidont, L. A. Thurston;
Treasuror, II, P. Baldwin ; Secretary
and Auditor, V. O. Smith.
Tub "Owl," which canio out of tho
printor'a hands on Satuiday lust, is
being sold on tho streets by caniors,
at 25 contB per copy. Jt may nlso
bo had at Mr. Grucnhulgh's book,
etoro, Fort Btreet. Tio littlo shoot
taenia with local "hits."
An Oakland paper of recent dates
says. Rev, ID,
P. Baker, foimorly nna-
tor of tho
Church in this city, but more recent
ly of tho Church in Ililo, IIawaii,ha8
l'eturned hero on a six months' leav
pf absence for his health. Ho is en
gaged to supply tho pulpit of Hie
Uieon street Olairoh, recently vacat
ed by Dr, Jf. AV. Lane,
Tun Portuguese Philharmonic So
ciety will give a giand rnnsqucrado
ball, December 10th.
.... i iip i m '
Vkiiy largo congregation assem
bled at Mm special service at tho
Human Catholic Cathedral this
You do dot know what a good
bologna sausage is Until you try one
mndo by .Tns. Tinker at tho City
Meat Market, Nuuanu street.
Tiik sixth organ recital will bo
given at Kaumakapili Church, on
Fiiday evening, November 0th. Tho
piogramino will appear early next
- . .-. .I.
The Royal Hawaiian Band sere
naded the rortugucso Consul yester
day morning for ono and iv half
horns, in honor of the birthday an
niversary of tho King of Portugal.
Tiikiik will be a grand concert in
tho basement of Kaumakapili Church
Saturday evening. Several nativo
singing clubs will take part and a
saxaphone quatettc will play two
The festival of All Saints was ob
served at St. Andrew's Cathedral
this morning. At 9 o'clock there
was a full chontl service with an ad
dress by the Rev. Georgo Wallace.
A good congregation was piescnt.
Only those who could voto in tho
States will be allowed to voto on tho
Presidential election at W. H. Graen
halgh'a store next Tuesday. You
can register tliero any time between
now and 5 :30 o'clock Monday after
noon. To-MOimow is All Souls day und
will bo observed at tho Roman Catho
lic Calhedial by low masses at G
and 7 a. in., and high mass de ic
quicm at 0 a. in, All tho masses
will be oflcied for tho souls of pur
gatory. i m
Residents at Waikiki aro very
anxious to know how they are going
to drivo in and out of town, if tho
tramway rails are to be laid in the
centre of the load. But they aro not
to be laid in tho centre they aro in
tended to occupy ono side.
On Tuesday next a Presidential
election will bo held at Mr. A. M.
Hcwett's bookstore, Merchant street,
tho polls opening at 9 a. m. and
closing at 5 p. m. Every whito malo
H'hident, excepting minors, of Hono
lulu, will be allowed to vote, so as to
obtain the sentiment pie vailing in
town as to the choice of candidate.
EVENTS THIS EVENING.
Drill of Co. A Honolulu Rifles
Singing class at Y. M. C. A.
Debating Society at usual time
Regular party Honolulu Social
Club at Mclnerny Hall at 8.
Oceanic Council No. 777 A. L. of
II. at 7:30.
Nuuanu Chapter of Rose Croix
No. I A. and A. S. R. at 7:00.
AUCTION SALES TG-M0RR0W.
nr L. J. LEVEV.
At 10 a. m., regular cash sale,
when will be offered a largo assort
ment of goods.
Saturday next Nov. 3rd, will be
the thiity-sixth anniversary of the
bit th of Mutsi Ilito, Emperor of
Japan. The Royal Hawaiian Rand
will serenade Mr. Taro Ando, the
Japanese Consul, at his residence in
On Friday evening tho third com
bined concert by the U. S. S. IJrok
lyn and the Royal Hawaiian bauds
will be given at the Hawaiian Hotel
with the following programme:
l'AKT I. ROYAL HAWAIIAN BAND.
Ovei tuie North and South (new) . . .
Fantasia Forge In the Forest
PART II. U. S. S. BROOKLYN, HAND.
Overture Morning and Evening hi
Vienna (new) ttippe
Selection Ernilnio Sakuborsky
INTERLUDE THREE NATIVE SONQS.
Mikioi, Malama, Waialoha.
I'ART III COMBINED BANDS.
March Tho King ."Camilla
Selection A ttila (new) Veidi
Waltz La Gitana Bucoloi I
Medley Combined Bilgado Beyer
Star Spangled Banner.
God'Savo tho Queen.
I OWE TEN DOLLARS TO O'CRADY.
I lost my situation twelve months ago
Dlvll a stiokc'I've done, from then till
They had mo on half wages, I stiuck
for better pay .
They Hwd me out hcfoio I raised a row
A brand new suit I ordered, from a
tailor on our block
I bought It on tho new Instalment plan
I paid him just 11 vo dollars, that left me
Put O'Grady was the little tailor man
I owo ten dollars to O'Grady you'd think
ho had u moi tguge on my life
He culls to see mo t-very morning, at
uight lip scuds his wife
Ho wanted mo to pawn my ghl's piano,
I think O'Grady 1ms a teniblo ganl
Unless lie wants to wait I'll rub It eff
And di il a cent ho'l oyer got at all,
A week ago last Sunday, I walked
around the block
To get a pint of German Lager Beer
O'Grady stood tjieio di Inking, a glass of
rye and rock
I thought at ouo'st he acted rather
Ho said I was a blackguard, I said ho
was tho same
Ho stmok me and wo idled upon tho
I whipped him lu ifve-uihiutcs O'Orady
As ho walked away 1 couldn't help but
Tho Y. M. C. A. singing elnsa
with Mr. A. 1). Blssell, instructor,
meets for tho first real lesson at
7:!)0 this evening. Young men who
woro not present last Thursday eve
ning, but wish to join the class, aro
requested to como to-night. Mr.
llissol teaches tho tonic sol-fa sys
tem, and the class promises to bo
an interesting ono. Sixteen were
present last week.
A DOUBTFUL COMPLIMENT.
A Mr. Harris, of Atlanta, was on
the witness-stand in Fulton Superior
Couit, mid was being cx-iniincd by
the then Attorney-General of Geor
gia. Tho witness did not repty to i
qucsliou as directly as the Attorney
General wished. Tho latter repeat
ed his question, and added with cm
plinsia: "Now, Mr. Harris, you cer
tainly understand that question, for
you aro a very intelligent man."
"Thank you, Mr. Attorney-General,"
replied Mr. Ifarris, with a
bow, "I would rotum the compli
ment with great pleasure, if I were
not at present under oath."
THE SAN MATEO.
A Boston, Mass. paper has the
following: The fine stcol ship San
Mateo, G. J. Ciowell, commander,
recently completed on the Clyde,
though built andjOwncd by Ameri
can capital, has just made a tri
umphal progress through the Suez
canal, en ioulc to Honolulu. This
ship carries the Hawaiian Hag, and
is the first to learu England and
pass the canal under those colors.
Captain'Crowell is the third Ame
rican commander, and tho first from
Massachusetts, to make the passage.
It is too bad that so good a ship
should have, to ho luiilton the Clyde,
though Ameiican money paid for it,
and loo bad that so good an Ame
rican commander should have to sail
under a foreign Hag. Hut our bad
tariff and shipping laws make, both
A CANOE ADVENTURE.
The manager of a leading hotel
in Honolulu has always prided him
self on being an expert in the man
agement of canoes, either in pad
dling or sailing. Waikiki has been
his favorite resort and his many
friends including a number of ladies,
can boast of having enjoyed many
canoe ride9 with this popular man
ager. A few days ago he invited
one of the olllcers of the war ships
in port to join him in a canoe ride
among the breakers at Waikiki. The
oflieer was delighted and of courso
accepted the invitation They stall
ed and all went well for a lime until
it was noticed from the slioie that
thu two were in some kind of pili
kia. Time went on and they were
still in the same position. Another
hotel manager whoe hostelry is at
Waikiki ventured out in a boat to
the scene and discovered that the
canoe had met with an accident and
the two occupants were badly bruised
from the effects of having been
bumped on the coral reef for neatly
an hour and a half. Thoy weicglad
to get into the boat, had finally
reached the hhore in safety, where
they were each given a dose of Wor
cestershiic sauce and wrung out.
The town manager has given up
canoe riding for the present, while
tho olliccr declares the next time he
goes out il will be with an expert
and none otlu-i'.
SUPREME COURT IK CHAMBERS.
Wednesday, Oct. 31.
II. A. 1'. Carter vs. Kaaikaula.
Petition tor foreclosure of moitgagc.
On oral motion of plaintiff contin
ued for one week. Hearing ap
pointed Oct. 2,5, 1888.
In the matter of the estate of An
drew O. Forbes of Honolulu, Oahu.
Petition of W. J. Forbes to be ap
pointed administrator. Ordered
thatlcttors of administration bo is
sued to him, he to act under $5000
imroitE PRESTON J.
Thursday, Nov. I.
In the matter of the estate of
Kaia (w), late of Honolulu, Oahu,
deceased. Petition of A. Knuhi,
administrator for allowanco of ac
counts discharge and final distribu
tion of property. Ordered that af
te? paying costs of Courtvout of bal
ance $535,10 on hand, remaiuder
bo paid to Mary, tho heir, and that
on filing her receipt for same tho ad
ministrator bo discharged.
AVed.se-.day, Oct. 31st.
Fivo drunks hail to pay thu usual
Daniel Bopc was sent on tho reef
for (lvo (lays for drunkenness.
E, .Simpson was lined S7 for furi
ous and heedless driving.
I. Dick for assault and battery on
his wifo was lined 525.
Thuusday, Nov. 1.
Sam NtiuaUti was charged with
embezzlement of $17:50 from Jas,
Curly. A nolle pros was asked and
granted, and defendant released
Mulakana was lined 87 for assault
and battery on T. K. Nathaniel.
Tho row took place at tho barracks,
and some very (lthy lunguage was
used by tho parties.
John Cooper was fined 85 for
A nolo pi os was entered against
Joo aud Finnic Ft'ircha, charged
with assault aud buttery on Chas.
OFFIGESS ELECTED. BBBISESS items. dA etia&Wk f iiP ?w ? ( F ! ! T " SF .-J
The annual meetings of the Haiku
and Ivohala Sugar Companies were
held on the 29th when tho following
offleora were elected :
Haiku Sugar Co. :
President Hon. II. P. Baldwin
Vice-President... Hon. S. M. Damon
Treasurer Hon. S. N. Castle
Secretary-. . . . .Hon. J. B. Atherton
Auditor E. W. Peterson
Ivohala Sugar Ce. :
President S. C. Allen
Vice-President... Hon. J. M. Smith
Treasurer Hon. S. N. Castle
Secretary Hon. J. B. Atherton
Auditor C. M. Cooke
IT IS RUMORED
That the "Advertiser" has thir
teen editors on its staff ; that they
are not all in accord ; that the Portu
guese baud makes too much noise ;
that Cleveland is sure to be elected ;
that it is time for another band con
cert for the business men ; that
whooping cough is not dying out ;
that there will be a grand wedding
next week; that Goldberg won't
own to being a Seventh day Advent
ist; that the "Owl" is full of capi
tal local hits this month ; that Tin
ker's bologna sausages beat tho
world ; that Jinks and Bumps have
left tho county; that the hot
weather has returned for a few
AIDING DESERTING SEAMEN.
The case of Tim. B. Murray, who
on Oct. 25th was charged with aid
ing and abetting deserting seamen
from the U. S. S. Brooklyn, was
tried in the Police Court this morn
ing. From the evidence it appears
that Polico Ofllcer Dole roceired in
structions to arrest two deserters
named Kinney and Horn, from tho
Brooklyn. The officer went to Mur
ray's house with tho warrant and
saw the two deserters on tho veran
dah. Murray, he says, refused to
let him go on to tha premises, and
during tho loud talk, .the two men
got away at tho back of the house.
Dole further stated in evidence that
Murray said he would shoot him if
he came into the house.
Other officers gave evidence and
Capt. Larsen stated he afterwards
arrested the two deserters.
Several witnesses were called for
the defence, and after argumont by
counsel, Judge Dayton reserved
The New York Club has won the
national league baseball champion
ship of the United States, and the
St. Louis Club the American Asso
ciation championship. The two
clubs, when the Zcalaudia left were
competing for the woi Id's champion
ship ni a series of games. The New
Yorks, Oct. 19th had won 3 and the
St. Louis 1. Following is a tabu
lated statement showing the result
of the games for the two champion
ships: NATIONAL LEAO.UE.
. Won. Lost.
The Emperor William's determin
ation to have all his bills of fare
punted in German may not. ba due
so much te his patriotism as to his
unwillingness to see the Frcncli lan
guage slaughtered in the merciless
way common to such literary pro
ductions. Mrs. J. D. STKONG,
npEACHER of Objuet Drawing and
JL Sketching from Nature, would
like to rtcuivo a few more pupils at
No. 40 Emma street. Teaching young
children a specialty. 85 lw
COTTAGE to LET
ON Liliha street, this side
of Bchool etrect. lately
I occupied by Mr. Clias. Klb-
Rent $12 per month.
M. S. GIUNBAUM & CO.
a nice locality, aur-.
rounded by well-kont
grounds, two suites of Fur
nished Rooms, with bath and dress
ing looms, biiitablofor housekeeping,
and If wanted an additional room can
be added to cither. Also, a Cottage,
with bath, stable and carriage room.
Address P. O. Box COO. 77 lm
LANDS FOR LEASE.
PARTIES deslrine Oood
House Lets und Agri
cultural Lands may inquire
of tho undersigned:
Thf-ry are 10 Bouso Lota at Jfamohaino,
Waikiki; 0 of theeo boing near the Gov
ernment roud aud close to the seu beach,
1 Uoiidq Lot at Pulplo, Oahu.
1 IIounoLot at Katiluweln, Oahu.
1 Lot, a beautiful grovo of trees on the
banks of a running stream above the.
i'alU of YYnlknhaliilu, and iucludin: the
1 Land ut Hftuula, Oahu,
1 Land at Ewu, Oahu.
A Lots nt Polanl, LhIihIiih, Maul.
1 Laud at Nuhiku, Muu,
1 Laud at Huimtkua, Hawaii.
fSyTho above Lands will, he leit'fd
fo hu term of 10 ip ID vuus. Apply
o J. I115f pLijmil, '
Honolulu, October 35, 18613. 81 2w
XotlctiM.lerMik(t,dn6tl.ir0td M cnlt & 1" 53 H8" S !?3 - I-!l If3 fe' & F li B $ il la ? $
K'fc"!5 i Ottu LL IPf B iraO-Hiiwrap- 1
DTA1TS BOAT ""aUTLTJlKQ - - fi
XL SHOP. Rear ol Lucas' Mill. M
.. & (Jfi FOtt,n STREET. ,!H
AT the King's Stable,
on King Ltrect, Pn.
jrf.cj5giYK miuii, u tuu wtiru turn's
PX3C&is and Hantcis all complete,
well brokoj also 0 head of good Aineri.
canllorups; al60 1 firs.li young .Jersey
Cow, well broke to milking; 1 live year
old Norman Stallion with a good pod!,
gree, a sure foal getter, and any lady
,can drive him, fears nothing. Anyone
'wishing to purchase plcnie call aud
cxamlue stork. I have owmd the stock
somotlme and huvc raised homo vf it
on mv own rmrh in f-nu Mateo County,
Cal. " HENRY WOKMIN'GTON.
,., For Sale Cheap.
In Cord Wood or Stove Wood Lsn0tris
Queen St-rot. lm
In First-Claes hlvlo, by Expert
EST" By Hand Clippoi'W "XSZ
At the Pantheon Stables.
851 WORK GUARANTEED, lm
OF NEW YOKK.
Cash Assets, Doccmbor 31, 1887 ,
Those who desire safe and profitable
Life Insurance are invited to apply to
S. It. JJOSK,
Honolulu, General Agent, Hawiiii-.n
IviAKE ROOftl FOR
During Jlr. Fishel'e .absence, who
went East to buy his Holiday
Goods, our cntiio stock of
Fancy Clothincr. Nhoe, IK.itH JL
tlaj.u, SillliniM'.v, A-c
Will be sold at Greatly Reduced Prices
In order to make loom for New
Goods, Wo will oflcr tho
Biggest BaigaiiiK in
In this country.
Our $5 Hats will bo told for $2.75;
Our SfO Hats will ho cold for !?3.7G;
Our JJ.3 Hats will bo fold for $1 75;
Our !fl0 Hats will bo sold for .fO.00;
Our $15 Hats will bo pold for $8.75.
Wc lave Biiints
Ii all Departments !
Goods will be slaughtered for
THIRTY DAYS ONLY.
Boys' Fine Slraw Hats only 25
Our Linen Lawns tnko tho oako.
Price our Bibbons !
Our stock of Ilibbons is comploto and
you may expect bargains,
We Must and wc Will sell in order to
mako loom for Now Goodn.
C84AS. J. FISHEL.
Corner ol For! & Hotel Strsots.
July 17 38
THE ONLY R LAD ABLE PA
f PER i. the Rne".,m-"iiu.
Dally Bulletin," 00 ccutb per month.
Notice ! Notice ! .:p4
n- jt I'tt rwif.
By tlic "Zealaiulia," due here on the 27th
or 28th of this month, Mr. Eliriidi will re
turn to Honolulu with n largo and complete
stock of Dry Goods, Gents' Furnishing'
Goods, Ladies', Gents', Misses' and Chil
dren's Boots and Shoes, etc., personally se
looted by himself in San Francisco -and the
East, aud which will only need inspection,
to which the public is cordially, invited, to
be appreciated. .-
S. EI-IRLICH, '
0.3 & C5 Fort Street.
-&S5 rX' E-X
EG-AINT -Se COjMCJP-AJWY".
6 ilia frRSSnB
mm i Svm3 1
K2 Jjb m O O
To lis M il 817 store in tie KimoM !
the tempiiiitry ahocme ol
r. Vvih. ) Irwin from tins,
Kingdom Mr. V', M Gill"nd lil act fur
our rlrm under lm u of ittoruer.
Wit. G. IB WIN & CO.
Honolulu, Oat. 3-t, bb. 7-"!vv
DURING tho tumpiinry abtencoof
our Jfr. Wui. G. I twin from ibis
Kingdom Mr. I'ran!: P. Iiu?tiitgn will
net lor oui bank in all matter.- of busi
ness. OLAUS 8PRKCKELS & CO.
Honolulu, Oct. 'M, 18' ii. 7i: !tw
Foreign Parcels Express,
''pHlfi undersigned are now prepurcd
X to foi ward patcols through I'm &
Hcott's Loudon Agency, to all parts or
Europe, Asia and Afiii-4; and also to
Aiihlrulusiiv illi'ct, and to the South Ken
iBlnmK via Australian or Now Zealand
ports. Tmill' ratt-s, which aio remark
ably moderate, li'ive recently h:en fur
nlnlifd and may bo learned upon appli.
Parrels or lwnvy freltrht can also Ji.:
sent for und brought to "Honolulu from
any part of Europe through Pitt & Sco-t's
Agency, aud m.iy be insured nl tho port
of depaituralf ilcidicd. Spcoiiil orders
for European coodn cun lie placed by
Pitt & Scott in lhigland or through Ui'.lr
iigcnN in other put in of Europe; mid tho
packages forwiiidtd Ii) unv routo that
in bcM, at reduced heavy freight rutoi If
tho packages nro In'tro
J, E. BROWN &, CO.,
Hawailnu Agents Put A; tjeotl'a
Kxpic". IS lm DfiwSt
to huvei-.il eiiquliles cou
Whtdo Boat rrninco. wo
huvu now in eumso of const incHoii,
." Whnlo Bout KiiunOft 74 feet by Ha feet
long. These frames bio bent In ono
p!m of ouk, and hold lo shape, tints
icniiiiliig lltilolaet to set them up mid
build. Tim full f ramo for such boat,
including cants, 4fi ecllous in number,
is sold ut 926; with largo stems on keel,
anil ready to plunk $40. They mount
Intended to ho clinker built, nor as the
hull lmpmted whalu boats pi oper, but
mo Intruded for rough tihc and durabi
lity, ye.t light withal, for lushing aud
timllnj' jiutpocs, Wo hao exported
these irnuivh mid intend doing mi, and
make this offer to amnleins and others
d;Mruu of trying their hand, with
plenty of lelMiio and niiall cubh tu muku
u business. Will hem! frames to any
ghen model fiom 0 to L'5 tou, Also op
nunu tor sate biiunml Pleasuro Houm,
i titouii, Kiiuith Hint Timhi'14. .Muliiiii
1 U Wlill L.
70 (( Bum Biihueib.
Of i.'td oi;w
LOT FOR SALE
ON Kinrj Mrcct, opn lite
Mr. Aihai ton's. B n &
homage of 1)3 feet bj 231
tect derp. Apply to
lRE and C U
the Colt 0 muiths
The limra is fom hv
iIvaohoe. Apply to
Cor. Punchbowl street and Palace V. alk.
UBS. M. IJ. CAMPBELL,
DtohhiiuiIUjik, Ao &o .
Una commenced ilia business of Dross)
making, OuUiug and Vitliug, other tosl
dcm.e, No. "11 Dcrelanln strtet, opp-iaila
tho Hot'l, The pnlrnnngu of Uin Indies
is rctpeottiilly Bollcltcd. Batlsfactlon
Cortlflcate or Registration of Copy
DnPAUTMENl' Ol' TnK INTEIIIOK, )
UoTiflliilu, Hawaiian Islands. )
KNOW all Men by theso Pro ents,
That, in iiocor.lttiioo with th- pro.
vi-ioui! of Section 8, Chapter 3, nf the
He-slon Jwb of lbdc, J M. Macd-mnld
has tiled In tho otllcc of tho Minis r of
tho interior uu upplleutlou for a C rtlfl.
cull; of (.Vipyrlglit for book en tiled
"TJie Honolulu Uuslncss Dlrcclorv bo.
lug ix profeseinnul commcrclul and rado
Huirc!.H book ot the city and nut irbs,
ocivetcd up to date ol IbsucM ilch
said upplicatlort Is nccompanied b the
oath of thu buld applicant that ho tho
oriKlunl and tirst author of said be k.
Now, llteroforo, this Ccrtlficato Is to
giant unto the said J, Jl.Mncdoual t.hii
luirs or us-,kih for the term ofP- entv
Years, front thu Toutli Day of Oc ifcer,
Ouo Thousand Eight Hundred and
Eighty eight, the vxcluxivc rig. t to
print, reprint, jinlilli.li, uso sod end
thu ash! hook throughout the Hut. .Han
lu Witue&3 whoro f I hare c used
ihii- Ccrttflcato to be isMifd it Hon lulu,
tldi 11th Dty of uctolwr, A D 1866
ax) tho f.oU of thu Ocpstrtmenl t tha
I.amiiH in hchc'vto "illil
UUt Ur of die tiller lot, uUiSil-i .
tl K M i ? S C . t& A war.
&r;i rVN'E fine
VCi V- price. ftlSo.
owJinMC' ct tho Bulletin
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