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HONOLULU CAfiRftQE CO,
Uncle stand : Merchant and Tort
street. Toleplionca, UI3G.
WEDNESDAY, OCT. 31, 1888.
Slmr Ivaala fioin Wulauao ami Walalna
Slmr 0 It Bishop from Koolnu
Sttnr W G Hall for Lalialna, Slaalaea,
Kona, Kan and tho Volcano ut 10
o'clock a in
Stmr Iwalani for Lahaiua and ITamakna
at 10 a ra
Bclir Knulkenoull for Kauai
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
"Bktno W II Dlmoud for San Francisco
For Maul and Hawaii, per steamer
Kiiinu, Oct 30-IIis Honor Justlco 11 F
Blckcrton and Mrs Hickcrton. Asuford
Spencer, A Harrison, lion A Kosa, Miss
Hitchcock, Hon 1) 11 Hitchcock and
wife, W W Goodali', .1 A Palmer and
wife, O CrclL'hloti, W C Achl, Hon E II
Bailey, C II Jutld. .lr, A T Atkinson, W
AYhittiijr, E 1 Low and wifo, Hon II P
Baldwin anl CO deck.
For the Volcano and way-ports per
stmrWG Hall, Oct 31 For tho Vol
cano : II Wilcox'nnd J K Kenedy. For
other ports : Mr Smith, Mr Wood, Mr
Thompson, E L Hritto, Mr Jones, Mrs
Mnkukoii, D 11 Naliinu, Mr Hutclilnson,
Mr Catton, Miss 33 Paris, Mrs Akana,
Miss A Brooke, Mrs Achl nnd sister and
The Steamers W G Hall and Iwalani
loft at 10 o'clock tills morniuir.for a race
to Lahaiua, Maul. The Hall took the
lead by several lengths When tho
steamers wei e off "Waikiki they wero
the same distance apait as in the start.
The Hull lins just come off tho Marine
Hallway; the Iwalani was cl aned about
10 days ago. Xeither vessel seemed to
gain a foot and a close race is expected.
A telephone message from Dimond
Head, shortly after 11 o'clock, said that
the Iwiihuii had got ahead of the Hull,
just, beyond tho tle.id.
PM.IIII J .1 IIWW;..jIIWH i .I.IM IW.I.,.I
LOCAL &. GENERAL HEWS.
South wind to-day.
Tin: Enterprise Mill lias iiio-wood
for sale cheap.
Editorial and other
crowded out of this issue.
Mit. Atkinson, Tiisppctor-Gciieral
of Schools, left yesterday for mi iu
Hpeclion of tliu schools on Maui.
This Post Oil'ieo despatched by tho
bark C. 1). Bryant yeslciday 1,030
letters and -125 packages of papers.
Tim annual meeting of tho stock
holders of 13. O. Hall & Son, will b'e
held at their ollice at 2 o'clock to
To-day was the birthday anniver
sary of tho King of Portugal, and
was noticed in this eity by (ho tiring
of salutes and hoisting of tho riiplu
inatic and cmibiilar flags.
To-MOKiiow being All Saints' day,
there will bo a Celebration of , Holy
Communion at G:30 a. in. and morn
ing prayer with address at 9 a. m. at
St. Andrew's Cathedral.
Mrs. J. D. Strong, whoso adver
tisement appears elsewhere, lias had
several years experience in this city,
teaching children to draw and paint,
and lias met with unqualified suc
cess, as has been proved by her many
exhibitions at tho Government
'. 1IUJ L.tWUJULil-UI
EVENTS THIS EVENIHC.
Drill of Co. C Honolulu Rifles at
Services at the churches nt 7:30
Oahu Lodge No. 1 K. of P. at
. TRADE IN THE PACIFIC.
J. dispatch from Madrid dated
October 14th contains the following:
Senor Moret, Minister of the Inte
rior, lias informed the Council that
tho English Government has pro
posed to tho European and Ameri
can Governments to prohibit the
Pacific Ocean trade in arms, dyna
mite and other explosives, and al
cohol. Senor Armijo, Minister of
Foreign Affairs, said that tho Amer
ican Government had declined to
assent to the proposition and urged
the Council to assent if the other
nations would do likewise
Mr. J. II. Maby, manager of tho
Volcano House, Kilauca, is in town.
He reports, that tho whole of tho
1880 breakdown is entirely filled up,
nnd that tho lava is again llowing
over tho old floor of tho crater.
There is plenty of action at tho Ha
lomaumau cone, The Qro can bo
Been distinctly from the volcano
houso and presents an indescribable
sight., The volcano house has re
ceived a largo number of visitors tho
last few weeks, and they have been
fully rewarded by tho grand sight
they have witnessed. Tho road b'
tho Wilder'a hteainship Company's
route from Kcauhou to the volcano
house is in first-rato condition. Mr.
Maby returns next Tuesday.
China refuses to ratify tho Am
erican treaty restricting emigration.
The year 1888 will bo known in his
'tho anti-treaty year,
The Oceanic Company's barken
line-W. II. Dimond sails for San
Fiancisco at noon to-morrow. Tho
Postoflicc will despatch a mail by
her which closes at 11 o'clock. The
Dimond is a fast sailer and will pro
bably roach San Francisco several
days ahead of tho next steamer.
Tuksdat, Oct. flOtli.
Siincona for escaping from Re
formatory school was sent to prison
for six months, at tho expiration of
hlsscntenco to bo returned to tho
Knhaiola for larceny of a hitching
strap was sentenced to imprisonment
at hard labor for twenty days.
Ah Ling nnd Ah Tup were fined
SI each and Ah Sing and Ah Keong
S5 each for violating tho Sabbath by
RECEPTION AND DANCE.
Tuesday afternoon Captain Gra
ham and olficers of tho TJ. S. S.
Alert held a reception and dance on
board which was attended by His
Mojcsty tho King, other members of
the Royal family, members of tho
judiciary, diplomatic and consular
corps, oiilcers of tho U. S. S. Brook
lyn and II. B. M. S. Cormorant and
a large number of our most promi
nent society people. The invited
guests were received for the oillcors
by Mrs. Merrill, wifo of the TJ. S.
Minister resident assisted by Mrs.
Moore, wifo of Lieut. Moore, aiuL
Mrs. Knapp, wife of Ensign Knapp
of the U. S. S. Alert.
The decks of the vessel wero
tastily decorated with flags, flowers
and evergreens. The band of the
U. S. S. Brooklyn played for danc
ing. Captain Graham and officers
were assidious in their attentions to
the comfort of tho invited guests.
Refreshments of a most palatable
nature were served. Tho whole
affair was much enjoyed by all
FIRE IN A RICE MILL.
At about twenty minutes before
seven o'clock, Tuesday evening, an
alarm of fire was sounded from the
big bell in the Central Tower, fol
lowed almost immediately by the
oilier bells. It was for a fire dis
covered in Mr. J. A. Hopper's rice
mill, Fort street. The liro was evi
dently first seen by some of the peo
ple returning in boats from the re
ception on the U. S. S. Alert. The
ono to give the alarm was the watch
man at the Honolulu Planing Mills.
The fire department turned out
promptly but their services were not
needed. On every floor of the mill
is a huge water tap with hose at
tached which will reach a considera
ble distance. This is a ape-cud piiv
ilege granted Mr. Hopper by tho
government. His men arc so train
ed that they can find the hose in the
The fire was confined to the third
story where the wood-work to -which
the machinery is attached, was
considerably "charred. The flames
also found their way along tho belt
ing elevators where there was a good
draught. It was put out by the
mill hands with the hose on the
second floor. There was such a
dense smoke in tho third stoiy that
the men were unable to reach the
Tho principal damage was done
by water. The bottom tier of 500
bags of rice ready for shipment on
the W. II. Dimond, was damaged,
and considerable paddy was also
damaged by water. The origin of
the fire is not known. The damage
is fully covered by insurance. Re
pairs will be effected at once and it
is expected tho mill will be again in
running order inside of two weeks.
PLANTERS IN SESSION.
ANNUAL MEETING OP THE LABOR AND
Tuesday, October SOth.
The afternoon session was to some
extent an executive one, and the
discussion was pertaining to immi
gration matters. Minister Thurston
laid bofore tho meeting the plans of
the Board of Immigration, relativo
to Japanese and Portuguese immi
President Baldwin appointed the
following committees for tho ensuing
Labor R. A. Macflo, It. D. "Wal
hridge, W. II. Rickard.
Cultivation J. N. Wright, Chas.
Koclling, O. Unna.
Machinery G. C. Willians, R.
Ilalstead, R. R. Hind.
Legislation A. S. Ilnrtwell, S. N.
Castle, C. R. Bishop.
Reciprocity H. M. Whitney, P.
C. Jouos, C. M. Cooke.
Transportation W. Y. Horner,
W. E. Roweil, A. Cropp.
Manufacture Z. S. Spalding, II.
P. Baldwin, O. Isenberg.
Livo Stock E. II. Bailey, J. II.
Paly, A. S. Wilcox.
Forestry E. O. Rond, G. N. Wil
cox, H. M. Whitney.
Fertilizers T. R. Walker, H. F.
Glade, J. B. Atherton,
Varieties of Cane W. II. Rick
ard, Chas. Notloy, Chas. Koolling.
Fruit Culture W. W. Hall. J.K.
Smith, W. Goodalo.
Coffeo and Tea W, II. Purvis, L.
A. Thurston, W. II. Rickard.
Tobacco F. A. Schuefer, V.
Knudsen, W. O. Smith.
Ramio W. W. Goodale, R. F.
Dillingham, W. R. Castle.
A vote of thanks was passed to
tho President and Secretary after
which tho meeting adjourned siuo
The cool niilttmil Weather has
come at last. At noon to-day, tho
thermometer indicated 09 degrees,
an I it wus so cloudy that rain might
have been expected anywhere out
sido of California. Tho regular timo
for our rainy season has not yet ar
rived, however, and the Btrccts nro
very dusty. Frequent visits of tho
watering carts keep the principal
thoroughfares in good condition.
Nearly all of the Odd Fellows from
distant parts of the country have
returned to Ihelr homes, nnd tho
decorations along the route of the
grand piocossion have been removed.
Workmen are busily employed in
fininhing a number of largo build
ings, which will be icady for occu
pancy when our winter quests arrive.
On account of tho yellow fever
epidemic in Florida, Southern Cali
fornia is preparing ta entertain
thousands of invalids from tho
Eastern States, during tho cold sea
son. Our markets are plentifully sup
plied with almost every variety of
fruit, from the apples and pears of
a colder climo, to tho bananas and
Ocoanuls of your own tropical
Islands. In sheltered situations in
this city, banana trees grow luxur
iously, tho upper leaves being on a
level with Bce,ond story windows.
Unless well protected, the broad and
ponderous foliage is sadly torn by
occasional winds. Now and then a
handsome bunch of luscious fruit
attains perfection. But the lovers
of bananas usually obtain their sup
ply from Honolulu or Panama. The
fruit is more costly than in New
York and Boston, where large quan
tities of bananas arc imported from
the West India Islands.
Grapes of several varieties arc
sold in Los Angeles at very low
prices. The white Muscat grapes
aro in their prime. Five cents will
purchase a sufficient number of largo
and templing bunches for a full
meal. In several places in this stale
raisins of the best quality arc now
produced with entire success, and
many car loads are forwarded to
Chicago and other Eastern cities.
Good laisins are very healthful and
nutritious. Bicad, laisinsand olives
enable ono to make a long journey
without fatigue, and they should
find a place in the lunch baskets of
cvory picnic part'. California olives
arc equal to tho best products of
Italian olive yards. Olive, oil from
Santa Barbara and National City is
superior to most specimens of im
ported oil. For consumptives, a
very nourishing compound may
easily lie prepaicd by mixing ono or
two teaspoonfuls of "pure olive oil,
with a fresh egg, milk and sugar.
The ingredients, thoroughly stirred,
will he found very palatable, and in
many cases far more beneficial than
cod liver oil. I have tried this- re
cipe myself, and I trust that some
of your readers ma' derive benefit
from it, for pulmonary disease has
invaded even tho "Paradise of the
Pacific." A. B. W.
rpilK iiuiiiiiil meeting
JL hokleia ot H. O.
of (lie steel;.
Hull .fe Hon.
lijimncn;, win lie neiil at UieoilKool
tho Compjiiy, mi THURSDAY, Novcui.
her 1st, at 2 o'clock p at.
L. C. AIHES,
8 H't Secretary.
I -. t. tn . . .
CARD of THANKS.
Hie Meichants and Residents of
Honolulu, the Public tn Ornrral
and to Mr. George .Barker: Through
whose Kindness uiul untiring efforts I
h.iv'u reecived the sum of $W7, to each
nnd all 1 leiimi my sincere llwnks far
their kindness to me In mynflllctimi.
J. B. 'VOELLEIi.
Honolulu, Oct. 27, 188S. 85 It
Mrs. J. D. STltONG,
TEACHER of Object Drawing and
Bketcliliig from Nature, would
like to locoivu a few moro pupils at
No 40 Emma sirect. Touching young
children a fpecialty. 85 lw
ELECTION of OFFICERS.
TI1E followlnc officers were chosen
lor the ensuing year, nt the anniiul
meeting of the Kuliala Sugar Co. held
in Honolulu, October 20, 1888:
President S. O. Allen,
Vice-President. .Hon. J. Molt Bmltli,
Treasurer Hon. S. N. Castlo,
Heorelary.. ....IIou. J. U, Atherton,
Auditor... C. M. Coolso.
J. 15. ATHERTON,
Honolulu, Oclobor ill, J888. 8.r lw
ELECTION of OFFICERS
AT tlio ndjourncd annual meetiiij'of
Iho Hailiu Hujjar Co. held in
tJonliiii, October 21), J83S, the follow.
lng oiilcers wero elected for the enbulnp
Trthident Hon. H. V. Baldwin,
Vico-Prchldent ..Hon. S. M. Uamnn,
Ticfiturer Hon. 8. N. Caitlo,
Secretary Hon. J. U. Atlierlnn.
Auditor E. W. Pat croon.
J. 11. ATHERTON,
Honolulu, October 31JSK8. 85 lw
the KhiK'a Stable.
on Klne street. I'a.
lama, 0 aood woik Mules
and Htuucsr. all complete,
well hioko; also 0 head of coed Annul
can Hori.cs; also 1 fresh yuung Jersey
Cow, well broke to milking; 1 live yenr
old Noun mi titalliou with a good pedi.
grto, a uuio foal getter, uiidunyhuly
can ililvu him, fcius nothing. Anyone
wishing to purchuso please call and
oxmnliiH Block. I have owned tho stock
sometime and luvu raised bomo of It
on my own ranch In Kan Mateo County,
Cal, HENRY WOUMINGTON,
THE WEEKLY BULLETIN
X 2d coltunut), pure).) local mutter
Mailed tv loruigu countnw, $G per
lr BMo Cheap.
In Cord Wood or Stovo Wood Lengths
85 Queen Street. lm
In First-Clnfs Btylo, hy Expcrl
IpuS" JBy 1-Ia.iul Cllppm-H j
At the Pantheon Btablcs.
631 WORK GUARANTEED, lm
MUSIC furnished for hallp, patties
and serenades by Palmer's Siring
Hand. Orders left at 0. E. Wllllaiusv,
or ring up Mutual Telcphouu RH(1. 74 tf
the firm namo of Fisher & Company.
V. XI. UUAIM1NUS,
Honolulu, Oct. 20, 18t8. 81 lw
BY n Portugese married couplo a place
where tho man can show his use
fulness as a gosd and competent servant
around a gentleman's placo; take charge
of horses and carriage. Wife is a first
class sower on the machine, mid also a
perfect housokecper, willlnjr to do any
kind of wotk. , Apply to Mr. Antonio
fleorge, the florist, School street, Hono.
lulu. 83 lw
COTTAGE to IjET
street, this side
iol street, latelv
Vv of School
I occupied by Mr. Chas. Klb-
Rent $12 per month.
M. S. GRLNBA.UM & CO.
a nice locality, sur
rounded by well-kent
grounds, two suites of Fur
nished Rooms, with hath and dress
"imr rooms, suitable for housekeeping,
and if wanted an additional room can
he added to cither. Also, a Cottage,
with hath, stable and carriage room.
Address I. 0. Box 500. 77 lm
NOTICE to CREDITORS.
rpiIE underpinned having been duly
JL appointed nud qualified as Admin
M raters witu tho will annexed of the
Estate of fainuel Gardner Wilder, late
of Honolulu, deceased ; hereby notify
all persons having claims apaluit said
deceased to pi escnt the Bamo, duly an
theuticatcd, with tho proper vouchers if
any exitt, even if secured by montage,
to Win. l Allen. Ksq., at tho Hank ot
Bii-hop Jls Co., Honolulu, wiiliin Fix
monil.s firim Ibis dale or thev will be
forever barred. A. F. JUDD,
W. F. ALIiKN,
Admiulutr.itcis witU tho Will auncxed
of the Eatatc of S. O. Wilder, do.
Honolulu, October 1 1, 1S88. 70 lm
LANDS FOR LEASE.
.JW&.& UA11T1H.S uesiring (iood
iy---ivu J. MnnsH
Lots and Agri
cultural Lands may innuirc
f the undersigned:
There are 16 House Lots at Hamoharao,
Waikiki; 9 ef thebe being near the Got
eminent road nnd elope to the sen beach.
1 House Lot at Palolo, Oahu
1 House Lot at Kdiiluwelu, Oahu.
1 Lot, a beautiful grove of trees on the
banks of a running stream above the
falls of YVaikahalulu, and including the
1 Land atllauula, Oahu.
1 Land at Eva, Oahu.
4 Lots at Polani, Lalialna, Maui.
1 Land at Nahiku, Maui.
1 Land at Hamaicua, Hawaii.
BSTTlie nbovo Lands will be leaRcd
for the term of 10 lo 15 years. Apply
to J. HKLELUHE,
Honolulu, October 23, 1S88. 81 2w
Dosiroito inform his many friends and
the public of Honolulu in general,
that ho has purchased the
HONOLULU STEAM LAUNDRY
No expense has been ppared in com
pletely renovating this establishment.
White labor only will bo employed
as much as possible.
Strict atteution will be paid to wash
Ing, bo as lo prevent all Rough Wear or
U?ago while undergoing Uie cleaning
Special terms for Families, Hotels,
Restaurante, Lodging-houses and Ship
ping. Small repairs will be done free
of charge. Washing will be called for
and delivered free of charge at any part
Guarantees fatisfacllon and no more
complaints to be heard from patrons.
Givom atrial and be convluced that
wo moan business. Bell Telephone 100.
Ollice. Queen street; Waikiki side of
Haokfeld & Co, Bell Telephone 808.
Tax Collectors Notice !
Distriot of Honolulu, Island of Oahu.
rpAX Payers in this district are hereby
X nodded that the taxes of tho cur.
rent year will be due and payable at the
ofllcu of the undersigned, No. U8 Mer
chant street, this city, on tho 1st day of
November, A. D. 188 Office open from
8 A. m. to t v. 31. daily. Any person de
cking to pay his taxcr, before the almyo
meniioued date can do go at tho collec
toi'a oillce as nbovo indicated.
Of All amounts remaining unpaid
after the lClh day of Decern her next will
bu llahlo to an additional 10 per cent
and costs of colledloa.
CHAS. T. OULIOK,
Tax Collector, District of Honolulu.
Honolulu, Oct. 23, 1W8. 8S-tit.qO.4V
A PARTNERSHIP has this day been
formed to carry on the Baggage
Express Business In Honolulu, under
AtfifreiUiiierfWi henil rv (fi'fffed it ftnll
Jir lint fat' theftnt iiwertton, nnd a c-nt rer (tn
tvtry aaiUtloxitl inntrttmi.
YAN'B BOAT? BUILDING
SHOP. Rear of Lucas' Mill.
"N account of ill health
I have ap.
to bo mv
J pointed Air. C. Bolte
ncent and to transact all mv business
under full power of uitomov.
Honolulu, October 27, 18SS. 8 1 lw
OF NEW YORK.
CashAstels. Docom!cr3t, 1007
Those who deslro safe and profitable
Lifo Insuranco are Invited to apply to
S. It. ASOSl),
Honolulu, General Agent, Hawaiian
Islands. oct-0 8S.ly
Tho Nippon Yusen Kaisba'a Al
BitowN, : : Commander.
Will be duo here from Yokohama on or
about the 13th No ember and
will leave for the above
potts positively on tho
i7tli of the same Month 1
Chinese Passeugeis for Hongkong
will bo transferred at Yokohama by
first steamer leaving that port.
8For Freight or Passage having
8purior accommodations, apply to
T77m. G. IKWm. & Co.,
73 td Agents.
RA A 1 r
During Mr. Fiahol's abionce, who
wont East to buy his Holiday
Goodfi, our ontiic stock of '
Fancy C'lotltiiii;, sJTioch, Hats A.
CapM, atlllinery, &c.
Will lie sold at Greatly Reduced Prices
In order to iniiko room for New
Goods. Wo will oiler the
Biggest Bargain in
DRY and FANCY GOODS!
In tit !m country.
Our $5 Hats will ho sold for $2.7f);
Our $6 Hats will ho sold for $3.75;
Our $.1 Hats will ho Hold for $1.75;
Our $10 Hula will he sold for $6.00;
Our $15 Hats will ho told for $8.75.
We inn Rmnnti
1 all Departments!
Goodfi -will bo (slaughtered for
TIIIIITY DAYS ONLY,
Boys' Fine Straw Hals only 25
Our Linen Lawns take tho cal;.
Price our Bibbons !
Our slock of Itihlions is comploto ami
you may expect bargains.
We Must and wo Will soil in order to
make loom for New Goods.
CHAS. J. RS84EL.
Corner ol Tort & Hotel Streo'.s.
., RhR,1".. ,ua Iviuguom "Tuo
Dally Hulkllu," CO corns per month.
GJ5 & 05 FOKT STREET.
By the "Zealaiulia,"
or 28th of this month,
turn to Honolulu with
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 tho
East, and which will only need inspection,
to which the public is cordially invited, to
-as t 53:
iIE&K3Jre Sc OOIMUP.AJWrX'.
jjJi csa'H n
5 W nSB f& 1 s
To lis foni iii any mora is tie Kin
lUIIING the temporary absence of
' nun M.. Wi.. T...T1.. r .1....
. wu. juii .1 lit. i. i n hi JIUIll una
irinirilmu Vv V XI rjlir.r.l -.nlll .i..t IV..
our rirm under power of attorney.
ivm, g. mwiN & co.
Honolulu, Oct. 21, 18tf8. 7J 3Y
DUUINO tho temporary absence of
our Mr. Win. G. Irwin from this
Kingdom Mr. Frank 1. IluslinRB will
act for our bank in all niattcm ot bufi
ness. OLAUS SPKKCICKLS & CO.
Honolulu, Oct. a.1, 1SS8. 79 3w
Foreign Parcels Express.
THE undendijned arc now prepared
to forward parccla through I'itt &
Rcctt's London Agoncy, to all jiarta of
Europe, Asia nnd Africa; and iiIho to
Australasia direct, and to tho Smith Sra
Inlands via Australian or New Zealand
porta. Tariff latcs, which aru remark,
ably moderate, have recently been fur.
niched and may ho learned upon appli.
l'tiiceltt or heavy fiolpht can iiIho bo
sent lor and broujjlit to Honolulu fiom
any part of Eu rope through i'itt & Hcoi t's
Agency, and may bo insured at tho pnit
of departure If dtRiicd tinecial ordens
for Kurojiuan eoods can bo placed by
I'itt & Hctt in Enfjlaud or through their
iiEcnta In other jiiirts of Kuiopc; and tho
nuckagca forwarded by any route that
is beat, at reduced heavy freight r.tto if
tho package aro laicn
J. E. WIOWK V5 CO.,
Hawaliau Agents I'itt & hcoti's
Express. ts lm BUwSt
XN answer to several ounuirlcs con
coniiiijr Whalo Itoat I'raiiuts, wo
havo now lit enuibo of eoiistriieiloii,
Whalo llotit Kraincs 74 feet by 32 feot
long, Tliefco frames aro bout In ono
piece of oak, and held to bhape, thus
rcouhiiur llttlu tact to fiet tliuin up and
build. Tho full fraino for sueh boats,
liiuhidlng canta, 5 feelions in numltur,
i sold at 26; with largo stems on kual,
and ready to plank $40. Thev aro not
Intended to bo clinker built, nor m thu
fiall Imported whalo hoatH proper, hut
aiu lntondcd for rough hpu and durabi
lity, yet llglit withal, for tUhlug and
trudtug puniows. Wo havo exported
these fraiiicu and Intend doing so, and
iniiko thla offer to ninatenrs and otlieis
deHlrous of trjlng their hand, with
plenty of lelburo and small cabh to niako
ubuhlnesi. Will bend frames to any
glcn model from 5 to 25 ton. Also op
hand for sale g.irf and Pleasure lloats,
htitinn, Knees ai.il Tliiihcs. Mutual
Telephouo No 32.'.
Ut WEB & SOX,
70 tt BoatllulldciB.
K5 TN ra p n 'rn ran n n
- . - - A. V.
clue here on the 27th
Mr. Eluiich will re
a large and complete M
GJJ & 05 Fort Street.
17 - 88
ONE fine Milch Cow,
price, $120. Ainly
at the BDi.wrTiH Office.
l,OT FOll SAIiE
N Kincr Btrcet,
. Has a
J Tir. AtliurlonV.
froutago of 03 feet by 231
fret deep. Apply to
MAKE and Colt
tho Colt C months
old. Tho maro is foal by
Ivanhoe. Apply to
Cor. Punchbowl street audi'alaco Walk.
MRS. M. B. CAMPBELL,
IlceKHiimlcIiii;. .to., Aro.,
Has commenced Urn business of Dioss.
making, ChU'iiir ami Eitliug, athcr oal
deiieo, No. 7U JJerctaula street, oppi sito
tho Hotel. The patronage of the utiles
In respectfully solicited. Satisfauion
Cortlficato of Registration or Copy- l
Uei'Ahtii:nt ov thk lN'rr.iuon, )
Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands.
KNOW all Men by these rrents,
That, in accordance, with lur pro.
visions of Section 2, Chapter 3, a the
Session Laws of ia98, J. M. Macdoiald
has tiled In the onico of tho MlniBl-r of
the Interior an application for a Cctlfl.
cato or Copyright for a book em tied
','llie Honolulu UnslneBH Directory be.
ing a profcshioual commercial and irado
nddrus book of the city and suburbs,
corrected up to dato of Issue," wfuch
Bnid application is accompanied bv tho
oath of Uib said applicant that he U tho
oriKinal and llrst author of said book.
Now, thereforo, this Certificate is to
grant unto the asld J. it. Macdonnltl.his
kelra or assigns for the turm of Tvonty
Yeais, Irom thuTeuth Day of 'Oct .fcer,
Ono Thiiusand Eight Hundred and
KU'lily eight, the tsoluslvo right to
piint, ie-priut, publibh, uso sad vond
thu said book tlitouhout tho Hawaiian
In Wituess wherccf I havo cnuied -this
Crrtlllcato to bu issued at Honolulu,
this 11th Day of October, A. D. 18fie)
and tho t-cil of the Department of ths
lutcrioi to bu hereto aulscd.
Jliniter oftlio lntinlor, lulittUnw.