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FRIDAY, NOV. 2, 1888.
Schr Addle llacltiuc fiotn San Fran
oloo Nov 2
Hsu k J 0 Plhmer from Ureinuii
Hktno S G Wilder, Dili dayi from
Stiur Kllauca Hon from Hatnnkua
British bark John Nicholson from Hong.
" Nov 2
Bktno W II Dlmond for San Francisco
at 0 a tn
Stmt- C H Bishop for Walanae, Wnlalua
and Kooluu ut 0 a m
Echr Haleaknla for Pepeckco
VESSELS IN PORT.
USS Brooklyn, Wilson
Bk (J O Whltniore, Ward
Brit bk Lnrniiivonshlic, Williams
HUMS Cormorant, Jasper Nleolls
Ship Daniel Burnes, Stiover
IT'S S Alert, Urahain
BkU 1 Itiyunt, Lee
Bktnc Amelia, Xowhall
For San Francisco, per bktuc W II
Dlmond, Nov 2 .u Uonsalves.
From llreineni, per bark J (J Pllugcr,
Nov a 40 Germans between the ages of
40 years and 7 months.
From San Francisco, per bktno S G
Wilder, Nov 2 J B Waller, Cant Ills
sen, Mrs HUmmi, Mrs Wagner, Mis
Mouny, U L Lrabbe, E L Lrulibe, K 11
Grlbbe and Master Grabbo.
The butne SOW itder arrived this
moining, 124 days fiom Sau Fiaiieiseo
Tuc bktne W ll Diinond took for Sau
Francisco to-day, 2,UG2 bags si g-r, 103
bunches bananas, 3,022 bags lice, 40
bbls of molasses and 1 bag coffee.
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LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
New engagement, T. and F.
Messhs. Brewer it Co. havo gaso
lino for sale.
Snkak thieves havo
at tho Station house
been at woik
The i'unahou l'leparatory
is running a milk bluke.
A notice respecting tho Cosmopo
litan rcstauiaut appeals elsewhere.
ANoniEit tieat in atoie tho com
bined band concert at tho Hawaiian
Tiieke wele bovun deaths from
whooping cough during the month
The Post Office dispatched by the
"V. H. Dimoud SCO letteis and 05
packages of papers.
The Honolulu Aiion Society will
hold its regular meeting this evening
at tho usual times and place.
A LAitQE caigo of new goods ar
rived this mot mug on tho bark J. C.
Pllugcr for McbSiri. H. Hackfeld fc
The S. G. Wilder made
run fiom San, Pianoibco,
heio this morning in
twelve and a
A dividend of two dollars per
shine is being paid to the stock
holders of the Hawaiian Agricultural
Theke will bo no blue ribbon en
tertainment on Saturday evening,
but in place, a tempeiance meeting
for men only will be held in Brewer's
t i i ,
Mr. Clunk's Lucas has bought
tho well-known trotting stallion Al
bert L. for $500. -Ho has a iecord of
2:22A, and will bo used for breeding
It looks as if quite a number of
Chinese would leave tho kingdom
during this month. Tho Amy
Turner will tako between 150 and
200, and other vessels will carry
Police Justice Dayton came protty
uenrlycarniug a pair of whito kid
gloves this morning. There wis only
ono case on tho docket and that was a
Chinaman charged with malicious
injury. At tho request of tho pio
sccution it was nolle pros'd.
A nativu named Kalaniala was
yesterduy lined $10 in tho. Police
Court for visiting upon u laud set
upaitfor isolutiou and confinement
of lepers without written permibsion.
Tho mini went to the leper receiving
station at ICnkaako to see a friend
without un order.
Has tho warehouse for tho storage
of kerosene oil been removed from
its former locution to Nuuanu street,
between Hotel and Ohupluin streets,
as uraylouds of oil uro reported to
havo been delivered tlioro yesteiduy?
The attention of the Fiio Marshal is
respectfully culled to tho mutter.
A sriitiTKU and interesting ddbato
on capital punishment took place in
tho Debating Club, last night, Mr.
A. Kobertson, one of tho vice-presidents
of tho Club, presided, and as no
members hud volunteered as lenders,
appojmted Mr.Tunillnnd Mr.Lail'erly
to discharge thobu functions, Ncaily
' every member present took pint in
tho debate. The subject announced
for tho. next meeting is, "lte&olvcd,
. that tho moitguging of land is an
Tin: death rato for October was
lower than it has been for five vent a
during tho snmo month.
Mk. Chns. M. Cooko brought with
him u splendid collection of views
which ho collected whilo abroad.
Oni: of tho sailors of the bark J.
0. Pflugcr met With a slight accident
this noon. Ono of the men while
working aloft lot his knifo full, strik
ing tho Bailor on the forehead, inflict
ing n wound which bled considera
bly. It was bandaged up and ho
wont to woik a short time after.
EVENTS THIS EVENINC.
Drill of Co. D Honolulu Rifles nt
Polynesian Encampment No. 1, I.
O. O. F. at 7:30 o'clock.
Hawaiian Tribe No. 1, I. O. It.
M., ut 7:30 o'clock.
Services at St. Andrew's Cathe
dral at 7 o'clock.
Combined band concert at tho
Hawaiian Hotel at 7:30.
Arion Musical Society meeting
THE Y. M. C. A. BOYS.
The regular meeting of the Y.
M. C. A. boys was held Thursday
afternoon in the parlors with a good
attendance. After routine business
had been transacted Prof. M. M.
Scott entertained the boys for somo
time with an exceedingly interesting
lecture on Japan, which was much
enjoyed by all piescnt.
LIVE, AND LET LIVE.
This morning's "Advertiser"
states in a. local item that "house
keepers here have to pay S3.50 per
case for 150 degrees lest of coal
oil." Mr. J. T. Watcrhouse, Queen
street evidently believes in the motto
"Live, and let live" for at his
store coal oil can be obtained at
considerably less than 83..50 a case.
A NEW ORGAN.
The members of Excelsior Lodge
No. 1, 1. O. O. F. are the proud
possessors of a very handsome new
.Mason and Hamlin cabinet organ
which recently arrived from Boston,
Mass., by way of Cape Horn in a
sailing vessel. It was in good order
when landed and its general appear
ance and tone arc all that could he
A rope just finished for the Edin
burgh Cable Tramway is 17,000
feet long. This is the longest un
suliccd cable in use in Great Brit
ain, hut for the Melbourne tramways
ropes 20,000 and 20,000 feet in
length, and without splicing have
been supplied. The latter weighs
THIRD COMBINED CONCERT.
This Friday evening the third com
bined concert l)3r the U. S. S. Brok
lyn and the Koyal Hawaiian bands
will be given at the Hawaiian Hotel
with the following pregramme :
I'AItT I. KOYAL HAWAIIAN 1IANII.
Oveitine Noitb and s-outh (new) ..
Fantasia Forge in the Foiest
r-AUC II. U. S. S. IlItOOKLYN, HAND.
Overture Morning and Evening In
Vienna (new) , r-uppe
Selection Erminie "....Sakubor.sky
INTEKMJDE THltKE NATIVE SONGS.
Mikloi, Malnma, Waialoha.
l'AUT 111 COJ1UINEU UNUS.
March Tho King Camilla
Selection Attlla (new) Verdi
Waltz ia GItana Bucoloii
Medley Combined Brigade Beyer
Star Spangled Banner.
God Save tho Queen.
A MIRACULOUS ESCAPE.
There was a runaway last evening
on the "Waikiki road which fortun
ately was not attended with the re
sults that might have been expected
from aii eye witness. A lady placed
a child on the seat of a brake hitch
ed to a horse standiug in the yard
at Marshflcld, and -was about to get
in herself when the horse started
suddenly and dashed out of the
yard. The brake collided with the
gate post near the i-oad, one wheel
being smashed to pieces, and the
little child was thrown from the
seat into the bottom of the brake.
The animal got on the road and
started off towards Waikiki with the
brake minus one wheel and tho little
child at the bottom. It was finally
stopped near the bathhouse without
any further damage being done,
aud the child was not injured ut all.
tiieI. g. pflucer.
Tho German irou bark J. C. Pflu-
ger, uapt. ll. ivruse, arrived in
port this morning, 181 duys from
Bremen, with a general cargo of
merchandise consigned to II. Hack
feld & Co: The Plluger left lire
men June 21st aud experienced bad
weather in rounding Cape Horn. In
80 S. 80 W., in the Paciflo, had ten
days hard W-ather. Spoke two
English ships off Capo Horn home
ward bound. She brings forty-niuo
German immigrants divided as fol
lows: 18 men, 12 women and 21
children. There were two births
and one death during tho voyage.
The Pfluger is a lino looking ves
sel aud was formerly the Wttikata,
engaged in the Now Zealand trade,
After discharging hero she will pro
ceed to Sau Francisco,
Flte Department was held hit oven
itig, First Assistant Engineer Aseli
presiding. The attendance was not
largo. Tho comrnitteo on laws re
ported progress. The offices of Firo
Marshal and Survey engineer having
been combined in ono by the new
law passed nt the last session, J. W.
McGuiro is without, a position, as J.
C. Whito lite suivoy engineer as
sumes both positions Other busi
ness was of a tontine character.
TAXES GONIINC IN.
The" collection of taxes for the
district of Honolulu commenced yes
terday, at tho regular business of
fice of tho collector, Major Clias. T.
Gulick, on Merchant stieet, this
being the collecting olllec. During
scvur.U hours of yesterday the col
lector and his assistants wcro kept
pretty busy in attending to callers.
To-day has been nUo a busy day.
During a great part of tho forenoon
the. oflicc was thronged, aud a
steady stream of arrivals and de
partuics kept up, chiefly of China'
men and natives. Tho woik in tho
olllce proceeds smoothly and expe
ditiously; but when an idcx of nil
tho assessments of tho district is
completed, which index is being
prepared and nearly ready, each
tax-payer can be disposed of in
much less time than now.
The total number of deaths reported
fortho month of Oclbcr, 1S88, was 31,
distributed as follows:
Under 1 year...
From 1 to t. . . .
From 5 to 10...
From 10 to 20..
Fiuni 20 U GO..
From 30 to 40...
From -to to no. . .
Fiom r0 to (iO...
From ;) to 70...
Males, 18 Female, 13
Oilier nations.. .
Fever Brain.... 0
llcmonlnigc .... 1
Inllanimatlon ... 1
.o. Exhaustion 0
Old Ago 2
Typhoid Fever. . 0
Ulcer of Stomach 1
Whooping Cough 7
Brights Disease. 0
Consumption.. . 5
Cholera Infant.. 0
Dis. of Heart.... 2
Dls. of Spine 1
Disease of Jirain 0
Ocl. 18S4 3!)
Oct. ISt..". 18
Oct. IN-ft 4r.
Annual death rate
per 1000 for month
SICKNESS IN llll', SCHOOLS.
School. Scholars. Sick.
Foil fitrcct School...1... 210 5
Uovnl School 3(10 20
Poimk.iiiia School 120 0
tt. Louis College 3y."i 23
Pi eparatoiy School SI 0
.1. H. Buown,
Aaont Boaul of Iluallh.
THAT BASEBALL TRIP.
The Philadelphia "'Sporting Life"
of Oct. 17 devotes .over three col
umns to an account of the pi ejected
trip of the base ball tourists to Aus
tralia. The following is clipped
The Alameda is a beautiful ship,
provided with electric lights, u line
table, commodious htnte rooms and
every convenience known to modern
steamship building. There will bo
musical and diamalic talent enough
oir boaul to till in the evenings with
entertainments of u dramatic, musi
cal, terpsichorcan or minstrel char
acter, in fact, what one chooses,
while opportuiiitias for a good cigar
on deck in one's steamer chair, or a
game of cards, chess or checkers
below, will eajiblo one to fill in the
At Honolulu the voyage will be
broken bj' a slop of about fifteen
hours. Lynch lias arranged every
thing for the eutortaininent of the
party there, and writes that lie has
lixed things sg that tho boys will
never forget their stop-over in the
Hawaiian Islands. I5e sure," says
he iu conclusion, "that Spalding cor
rals all of the boys before the
steamer resumes her trip, for if you
have any deserters at heart in the
pait3', they will quit you here, nnd
I don't know as 1 could blame them,
for the Kanaka girls are dangerously
Lynch says that everyone of the
party will be surprised at the high
state of civilization to bo met with
in Honolulu. The city lias one" of
the best public elcolric light systems
in the woild, a beautiful climate, a
famous hotel aud a line military
band the King's band whilo the
public pinks nro beautifully designed
A drive and horseback ride
through the suburbs- of the city,
which are mountainous in character,
a ball game and other diversions,
which Lynch has arranged for, will
make the stop ut tho Hawaiian capi
tal a memorable one.
Little girls who do not like to go
to school should live in China) lit
tle boys who do not like to go should
keep away from the Celestial Um
pire There the girls do not have
to go at all, and the boys begin
when tlioy aro six years old. School
begins at daylhrht and closes when
it is too da1; to rmd. Therp aie no
vacations, no ludi-holidays and, not
much fun of any sort,
cotud bo found on tho Islands. Ho
has been nil inmate of both the Itc
fonnatory school and Onhu prison.
His speciality is thieving and ho has
done a great deal of it. Mr. Need
ham, principal of tho Ucformatory
School, has missed a good many
articles of late, and amongst them
was a pair of roller skates. John
thought it would bo nice to practice
roller skating, so took the pair of
skates out of Mr. Neetlliam's house
without permission. Yesterday ho
had to answer before Judje Dayton
for this offence ngainst law, and for
the next six months will have to
work at hard labor on tho reef,
where roller okatos aro not required.
Levi, proprietor of the London
Daily Telegraph, is dead.
A rich petroleum well has been
discovered at Anderson, Cheshire,
Kerosene oil is responsible for
nine-tenths of the fires that take
place in China.
America now leads tho world in
the manufacture of astronomical in
struments. An old keg containing $2,700 in
gold was recently unearthed near
It is expected that next season
100,000 acres of Florida soil will be
planted in tobacco.
High license has nearly doubled
tho receipts of the city of Patterson,
N. J., from the liquor business.
Several titled and'aristocratie la
dies of England have taken to tee-
totaiism and wear the blue ribbon.
Bristol Cathedral literally swarms
with rats, which arc to bo seen run
ning boldly about in the nave dur
ing service, and nervous people aro
getting afraid to attend.
la China, Japan, the East Indies
and the adjacent islands the annual
product of rice is estimated to bo
250,000,000,000 pounds, of which
2,000,000,000 pounds arc annually
A new derico has been introduced
for the German Army. Tt is a cloak
cut and finished in such a way that
two of the garments together may
be converted into a tent, the sup
porters for which accompany the
It is announced by a cablegram
received at Ottawa from London
that the bontract for the construc
tion of a ship railway from the Bay
of Fundy to Bale Verte, on the
Gulf of St. Lawrence, has been
finally settled at a cost of $5,000,-
Amsterdam claims to havo become
the chief European tobacco market
on account of the line quality of the
Sumatra tobacco which is brought
there. American cigar manufactui
crs arc said to be specially eager to
get this tobacco. Sumatra sent to
Holland in 1887 138,000 bales,
worth about 813,000,000, of which
85,800,000 worth was purchased by
COTTAGE to LET
kN Liliha street, this aide
of School etreut. lately
i occupied by Mr. Wins. Kib.
Unit S2 per month.
M. S. GRINBAUM A CO.
HOUSE to jLET.
'"U!I3 House anil Prcraifri
i - lately occupied by W. S.
UiHsiw Liu.sc, r.ni,, siiume on union
street and Adams Lruc. The House
coutaius parlor, H bedrooms 2 dressing
rooms hill way, dining room, p.inlrv ami
kitchi-n. There is also a CotWgc in the
grounds with 3 rooiii", stable, carriage
hoiiie and servant's rojm. The rlnce is
in perfect order. Possession given nt
once. Apply to
J. M. MONSABRAT,
87 tf No. 27 Merchant street.
ELECTION of OFFICERS.
rpiIE following olllccrs were chosen
JL tor the ensuing yctr, ut the animal
meeting of the Kolmfa Suear Co. held
in Honolulu, October 20, 1883:
President S. C.Allen,
Vice-President. .Hon. J. Mott Bmlth,
Treasurer Hon. . N. Castle.
Secretary Hon. J. Ti. Atherton,
Auditor C. M. Cooke.
J. B. ATHERTON,
Honolulu, October SI, 1888. 85 lw
FLECTION of OFFICERS.
AT tho adjourned annual mooting or
the Haiku Sugar Co, held in
Honolulu, October HO, 1838, the follow,
iujj ofUcurs wero elected for the ensuing
President Hon. n. P. Baldwin,
"Vice President. ..Hon, B. M. Damon,
Treasurer Hon. H. N. Onstlo,
Secretary Hon. J. B. Alhcrton,
Auditor U. W. PeterBou.
J. B. ATHERTON,
II nolulu. October 81,1888. 85 lw
LANDS FOR LEASE.
rt a T ARTIES deslrinu' Qood
339 J. II .use Lots and Agri
KSfiBl cultural Lauds mny inuuire
of tho undersigned :
There are 10 nouso Lota at Hamohamo,
AValUiltl; 0 sf tlicto being near the Got
nnment road and cloto to the nea beach.
1 Homo Lot ut Palolo, Oahu.
1 House Lot nt Kauluwelft, Oahu.
1 Lot, a beautiful grovo of trees on the
banks of a running stream above the
f.illH of Wuiliahalulu, and iucludmx the
1 Land at Hauula, Oahu,
1 Lund at Ewa, Onhu,
A Lota at Polani, Lalmlnn, Maui.
1 Lund nt NshiUu, Maul.
1 Land at Hatnakua, Hawaii,
tSTThu hoT Lasdfl will heleii'ed
for ttio ifriu nf 1Q to ID years. Apply
vo J. HKLKLUllE,
Honoltilu, October 25, 1888. 81 2w
CHANCE for Investment All tho
furniture and fixing for a lodging
houso of 25 to 30 rooms. Also the leneo
of r 17.toomcd lodging house, in a fine
locality. Rent very low Leaso SJ
years lontjcr to run. Enquire nt this
office T fit
Mrs. J. D. STRONG,
TEAC1IKH of Objeol Diawlug and
Sketching from Nature, would
like to ricoWo n fev mora pupils ut
No 40 Emma streol. Teaching young
children a Bpcnlt y. U5 lw
FIBBWt OD !
For Sale Cheap.
In Cord Wood or Stove Wood Longlbs
J6T" By liana Clipporw -8
At the Pantheon Stables.
85 WORK GUARANTEED, lm
Life Insurance Co.,
OF NEW YORK.
Cath Assets. December 31, 1007
Those who desire safe itnil profitable
Life Insuranco are iurllcil to apply to
S3. It. JIOSE,
Honolulu, General Agent, Ilmvuiian
Islands. oct-0 88-ly
f,1AKE ROOM FOR .
During Mr. Pish el's absence, who
wont Et to buy his Holiday
Goods, our entiro stoek of
Fancy (Mottling, Shoot, Kntn A
C&ii". 33 til lurry, ir
Will be sold at Greatly Reduced Prices
In ordor to make loom for Now
Goods. We will offur tho
Biggest TSjrguins in
DRY and FANCY GOODS i
In thin country.
Our $5 Hats will bo sold for $2.75 ;
Our $0 Hats will bo hold for $3.75;
Our ?:i Hats will bo Fold for $1,75;
Our $10 Huts will be sold for ?6.00 j
Our ?15 HaU will bo hold for $8.75.
We lave Remnants
Goods will bo slaughtered for
THIRTY DAYS ONLY.
Boys' Fine Straw Hats only 25
Our Linen Lawns take tho eul:e.
Price our Eil)bons !
Our stock of Ribbomtia complete and
yon may expect bargains.
We Mubt aud we Will holl in order to
mako loom for New Goods.
Corner of Tart & Hotel Streets.
rv- E ONLY RiA"DABLPA-
i- PER u tVu kinjriMU - "i .e
Haly liulloun," Ui cents per month,
Iffti 3 m ?& STs ?& 0
By the "ZcMiandia," clue hero on tho 27th
or 2Sth of this mouth, Mr. Ehrlich will re
turn to Honolulu with a &vgQ 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 hi San fyancisco and tho
East, and which will' only need inspection,
to which -the public is cordially inyited, to
6 & G5 Fort Street.
-S3? T 3BC
3Ea-.r' Ss OOjMCJPAJVTT.
mile aku unmk Myalv i.fj
uly S rilraCa ! j
Tfl 1)8 fflli ll I! M i! lb!
DUiIImM On,' ti'iuiirnry ah.euco ot
our Mr. W,. U Irwin from this
iClnfjdiiin 'i. 'i vt GMftirt'tvill aclfor
mr arm nmlvr pv-i of uttr.tnt.v.
wm. g in win & co.
Hun' lulu, O :i .'.. .bit. 73v
DURING the tuaportry dhsence of
our Jlr. Win. G. Ir.vin from this
Kingdom Mr. Franli P. Uar.tlngs will
net for our bank in nil matters ot Ijufi.
GLAUS SPRECKELS & CO.
Honolulu, Oct. W, 1S18. 70 8w
Foreign Paresis Express.
rT"VHE undcrbipn d nie now prepired
X to forward pnicr.lii through PiU &
Scstt's Lomtuti .igiiury to till prls ol
Europe, Asia null Africa; ami also in
AtiHtiwlusia ill reel, ntd ti the Smith Sin
Islands vjh Austiuliiiu or Kcw Zculnnd
ports. Turin' rates, which tire rcuivrl;.
ably moderate, have recently bcn fur
nished and may ho leirncd upon appli.
Parrels or heavy freiuht can also bft
sent for nnd brought to Honolulu fiom
any phrt nt Europe through Pitt it Spuit'j
Atc!wy, and may Ito Iniurcd at the nori
ot dcpirture if drsireil. Bpclal oultrs
for Kurnpcau ''t'ds can lie plucid bv
Pitt & ticatt in Eiiglund or thioiish ibrfr
agents In other parts r.f Euiopej nnd the
packages forwarded by any route that
is best, at reduced lii-avy freight rate If
the packages urn lu'ce
J. 10. HROWN ft CO.,
Hawaiian ArW Put & boon's
Expicss. IU lui ft'Jw2t
answer to sever.il etinulilca eou-
ceruliit' Whale lloat Piiunes, we
havo now hi oniirso of construction,
;LWliiilu lloat Ki nines 74 feet by 32 feet
long. , Tin e frames aro Jient hi one
piece of oak, and held to shape, tHw
Tciiuli hie; llltln tact to tet them up ami
Iiiillu, Ttio lull Iraino tor sueii lin.iu,
iucludlng eantA, r sections In uuinbcr,
is sold at C'-S; with larL'osteuirt on keel,
and ready to plunk s-lo. They ai not
lntniidud to bo'clinker built, nor as the
frail hnporteil whale boats proper, but
aie intended for rough use aud durabl-
lity, yet light withal, fov llfchlug and
tradhi"; puiposcs. Ye havu exported
these fraiiieu and Intend doing ho, imd
in.ike this offer 10 amati-urs and oiliers
desirous ot trjlng their hand, with
plenty of leisure and email cash to make
a l)Uhiue&.. Will bond frames to any
given model from 5 to 25 tons, Also on
baud for sale Surf and Pleasure Itoats,
Stems, Kupa and Timbers, Mutual
Dt.WKR & Soy.
70 U Boat lliii(le;B,
i- 2. i
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17 - SH
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,v v i" a.. - t;ii. r-
Gal&nis :! tin. ButuriN Olllcf
LOT FOR SALE
-rr -z .-- . iiri tt i-i, ..
S&?..; J Vr. AthnrtonV. H u a
css"iv lioniRso f fi3 feet by 3l
irc feet deep. Apply to
73 lni JOHN BOE';.
FOR SALE "
ilARE and C 't
ilio Coll (1 mouths
"jesS' "in. r.ie mare laion uy
piJ? Ivanhne Apply to
Cor. Punchbowl eti"ct and Palaeo i ilk.
25J1S. 5L B. CAMPBELL,
Ilrn commenced the business of Dreisi
utiksug, Outlinj; i.nd Pitting, at her iesl
tieute, No 73 Uerctanla street, onnoulto
aula street, oppoulte
Uiu Jinici. 'I Jim ihtri.nRgu of the ladles
is respectfully solicited,
Wail sf action
Certificate or Registration or Copy
Ur.fAH'reNT or Tim Istkiiiob.
Ilnnolulii, llaT-.iiinn Islands.
KXOW all V.cu Ijj- these Pre-.-uU,
That, In r.iwird.ini' with thr pro.
vitn.ns of tiicthm 2. Chapter 3, o-tho
Beion Livwg of 18, J M. Macdi aid
its 11 let in the oluce of the Mlnisi r of
the tute'lor an application for a C: tlfl.
cati. of Cup) right for a book en! tied
"Thn Hniiniulu Business Directory be.
uig a pMfcssioiml commercial and ado
au-iiiws UonK. of the city nnd sub rb.
eon-i ctt'd up to date of Usue."'
suiil tpplioilion is nicotnpanltd b
Okiti of the uuld api'lieant that he j
or); lual uud tlru author of said bo
K', therefore, this Certificate
grunt unto tho i.uld .1 M. Macdouah
beirn or uhslgif. for the term ef Tit
Yara, t'-om ttm Tenth Dy of Oct
Ono 'Iliomaud hljjhi llucilred
Eighty ;lght, tho uxi,hmive ril
print, rcpiiut, puhlibh, uso and
tho s lid boo!: liiraughoul tho Han
In vy lines TVicre'f I have oi
thU Ceritlleato to be Lsued at Horn
llijn lltli y of October, A. D,
anil tlin 5'njl of the Depjrttncut i
1 tl- u' ! lit" liercUi fllzed
Mm m r ot Ut (nterlor, aJintit